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     Have you noticed yet that America has turned into a Coen Brothers movie? Everywhere you look, you see madcap characters disgracing themselves while doing their bit to burn the whole country down. It’s a panoramic extravaganza of everything gone wrong, with slapstick overtones, driving toward an apocalyptic climax — civil war, nuclear war, economic collapse, maybe all three. And all because the people on-screen just can’t stop lying.

     Yesterday was Fani Willis’s turn, her big scene. The Fulton County, Georgia, DA, wasn’t even scheduled to testify, but she barged into Judge Scott McAfee’s courtroom and seized possession of the witness stand like it was home-base in a game of ringolevio. This was after the morning vivisection of her boyfriend, the feckless Nathan Wade, testifying to the couple’s fun-filled romantic travels during the months they were supposedly busy constructing a racketeering case against Donald Trump and eighteen others scooped into their dragnet.

     The reason the lovebirds could take so much time cavorting across the Caribbean and California — vineyard tours featuring “pairings of champagne, chocolate, and caviar,” Ms. Willis testified — is because their Fulton County case was entirely prepped for them out of DC by Mary McCord, the veteran blob lawyer active in every Get-Trump hoax cooked up since 2016. (And I’d bet cash-money that she had plenty of assistance from Lawfare blobsters Norm Eisen and Andrew Weissmann.) The complex particulars of the case were all teed up, ready to go. All Ms. Willis and her lead prosecutor, Mr. Wade, had to do was get the trial date set, raise the curtain, and follow the script.

     Alas, the couple got carried away in the raptures of amour and, all of a sudden, we’re in something like The Real Housewives of Atlanta. And then they lied about the details under oath, especially around the money involved. If they are not disqualified from participating in the Trump “racketeering” case — in which their own behavior would be centerpiece evidence of an ineptly tainted and malicious prosecution — and/or if the case is not tossed summarily, then it will have to be removed to another county and most likely delayed until after the 2024 elections. Nice work, Party of Chaos!

    That little opéra bouffe is but one sub-plot in the larger scenario. Also this week, the scandal of the century was re-kindled when alt-news reporters Taibbi, Shellenberger, and Gutentag filed the story of how Barack Obama and CIA Director John Brennan, with his chore girls, Avril Haines and Gina Haspel, cooked up the RussiaGate caper and fed it to the FBI, with a major assist from The New York Times, the WashPo, CNN, and other useful idiot news media vectors. All of this had actually been well-documented for years, but the reporters dredged up new corroboration from disgusted blob insiders further clarifying the origins of the hoax.

      The cast of characters in that part of the big movie has been consistent through eight full years of anti-Trump hysteria and the associated trips laid on our country. Ms. McCord, for instance, was U.S. Acting Assistant Attorney General for National Security during the birth of RussiaGate; later served as counsel to the House Committee that kicked-off Trump Impeachment No. 1 (coordinating the Eric Ciaramella “whistleblower” scam); then became counsel to Rep. Bennie Thompson’s J6 committee investigation, and now turns up as Fani Willis’ legal tutor, and probably also tutor to New York State Attorney General Letitia James and her preposterous Get Trump real estate valuation case under Judge Engoron. (Alvin Bragg, the Manhattan DA on the Stormy Daniels case against Mr. Trump, was coached by then US Associate Attorney General Matthew Colangelo who was hired out of the DOJ directly into Mr. Bragg’s office for tutoring purposes.) All of this coaching  post Jan 20, 2021, was coordinated by the “Joe Biden” White House.

      Speaking of whom, the evermore spectral “president” was not having a great week either after DOJ Special Counsel Robert Hur painted him into a corner in his final report as either too demented to face charges in the purloined documents case (and, by inference, not mentally capable to be president), or else a criminal trafficking in top secret documents he was not authorized to possess as Senator and Veep. Looks like that puts an end to “JB’s” game of pretending to run for reelection (that is, lying about it) and leaves the Democratic Party holding a flaming bag of dog doo-doo.

      In the background of all these shenanigans in high places lurk three other smoldering bonfires: 1) all the lying, deception, and treason behind the Covid-19 operation that has left more than half the country susceptible to deadly vaccine injuries (and disordered our society); 2) the monumental mail-in ballot fraud of the last two elections (2020, 2022) enabled by the Covid-19 “emergency”; and 3) the War in Ukraine which is winding down towards another US humiliation, and behind which lurks a virtual off-gassing giant landfill of money-laundering, bribery, and something that smells like treason. Also looks like BlackRock will miss out on the colossal asset-stripping op it has been looking forward to there.

     Oh, and by the way, this movie is not over. A lot of the people involved are going to end up in court themselves, perhaps in prison. Stay in your seats.

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600 Responses to “Speed. . . and. . . Action”

  1. Nathan February 16, 2024 at 9:30 am #

    I love the Coen Brothers films. But has anyone noticed the truthtelling coming out of Barak and Michelle Obama’s film production company? They release some real humdingers giving us a preview of what is coming, and why we shouldn’t blame the Obamas when it comes.

    • Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 9:45 am #

      Some are saying that some of the commentary on the Russia story may be designed to lay all the blame on Hillary, making the other participants out as fools who fell for her lies.

      It would be interesting to see what she might have on Barack Obama should that happen.

    • JohnAZ February 16, 2024 at 10:13 am #


      Remember that the Obama premise, the Black father’s three steps, is that the enemies are going to allow the USA people to destroy themselves. I didn’t catch that until my second viewing. Speaking of which, did you see that the illegals entering California in lieu of Texas are becoming more and more Chinese. Why should China make war with the USA when they are going to just absorb it with immigrants. After they absorb our Liberal friends in Australia and New Zealand.

      • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 10:24 am #

        Well, from what I have heard China has a few million young men who can’t find a woman to marry that they need to export. I mean, they killed all their girl babies and now they have an army of angry, horny young men and no women to satisfy them. SEND THEM TO AMERICA, AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND!

        • BackRowHeckler February 16, 2024 at 11:05 am #

          In my state Chinese control the AGs office & the State University System. Last week there was a big Chinese New Year Celebration at the State Capitol.

          Overflow populations from India (pop. 1.4 billion) & China (pop. 1.3 billion) is what is filling up the massive chickencoop 1 bedroom apt. housing projects the govt is building all over the place here, destroying our remaining meadows, forests & farmland.

        • cowbell81 February 16, 2024 at 12:03 pm #

          Comment erased as in Bad taste
          Cowbell81 is warned. — JHK Admin

      • benr February 16, 2024 at 10:25 am #

        It was revealed yesterday that San Diego has absorbed 20,000 Chinese just this year alone.
        It shows the local Costco is literally wall to wall Chinese people now and they are even catering to them with products like bird nest soup Lunar new year baskets, and Chinese Sausage.
        You can easily tell the FOTB Chinese as they have zero understanding about personal space, get in your way and won’t move in the stores, hock up phlegm filled loogies then spit them out everywhere, and are terrible drivers

        There are Chinese massage parlors popping up all over as well pretty soon they will outnumber the Starbuck coffee shops.

        • hmuller February 16, 2024 at 10:48 am #

          Koreans spit as much as the Chinese. (The Chinese are probably the ones who taught them).

          If I ever write a memoir of my years in Seoul, I shall call it “Great Expectorations”.

        • loosethedogs February 16, 2024 at 11:20 am #

          benr: Perhaps that explains the exit of Walmart from San Diego and El Cajon…

        • Werbil February 16, 2024 at 11:31 am #

          I didn’t know about this loogies situation, I always learn something new and interesting here.

          Apropos of nothing, when Charles Dickens first toured America, one of his strongest impressions was of our population’s constant spitting – he didn’t mention loogies, phlegm-filled or otherwise, lubricating the Costco aisles — tobacco juice was the substance flying about and dribbling down the heavy beards of the rustics, even the ladies.

          That’s quite enough of all you all being disgusting.
          I’m taking names and putting them on the ‘warning’ list

          • hmuller February 16, 2024 at 12:29 pm #

            Phlegm censorship. This is what we’ve come to as a nation?

          • NZRico February 16, 2024 at 3:03 pm #

            The classic “Burn After Reading” clip, the loogie exchange comments and the final telling off by our host has left me in stitches. I haven’t laughed so hard in quite some time and it was much needed considering all the events of the past 4 years. Thanks to all of you, but especially Werbil and JHK-Admin. I need to go and have a rest before continuing with the comments section.

          • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 3:26 pm #

            I can’t tell if JHK-Admin is being sarcastic……

          • NZRico February 16, 2024 at 3:56 pm #

            I can’t either Canker, but whichever way you look at it, it’s comedy gold.

          • benr February 16, 2024 at 8:33 pm #


            His site his rules.

            It is important to understand the difference in the new class of “citizens the wef are sticking us with.

          • benr February 16, 2024 at 8:34 pm #

            That’s quite enough of all you all being disgusting.
            I’m taking names and putting them on the ‘warning’ list

            Where is this “warning” list?

          • hmuller February 17, 2024 at 7:25 am #

            Didn’t the East German Stassi also keep a lot of lists?

        • Ron Anselmo February 16, 2024 at 11:34 am #

          benr – just sneak up behind them at Costco and blindfold them with a piece of dental floss, then push them out of the way.

          • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 3:25 pm #

            Dude, dental floss?

            I needed a good laugh today. Thanks.

          • BadBoomer February 16, 2024 at 5:48 pm #

            But do you pull it upwards or downwards to tie it?

          • Ron Anselmo February 18, 2024 at 12:31 pm #

            @CP – yeah, the CCP may not appreciate my humor. Oh well, the next set of authoritarians I won’t seem to get along with.

      • Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 10:38 am #

        We already reward Chinese women who overstay their visas to give birth in this country, with citizenship for their offspring.

        How many of these “citizens” are now old enough to vote?

        • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 3:24 pm #

          Dude, dental floss?

          I needed a good laugh today. Thanks.

    • izzy February 16, 2024 at 10:19 am #

      “Leave the World Behind” left nothing behind but an ominous foreboding.
      Something like that would be an almost perfect way to bring the whole tent down.

  2. megabeth February 16, 2024 at 9:33 am #

    “News media vectors” — and the implied germs — is a withering and apt characterization of the whole shittaree.

  3. Uncle.Al February 16, 2024 at 9:36 am #

    There is nothing the Left touches that does not wither and die, bleeding and screaming. This is not necessarily a bad thing…though it should be fully reflected upward – a *Ceau?escu Christmas mourning* with so many carefully rapt gifts.

    It is Trump’s fault that NATO nations are suddenly eager to pay up their agreed obligations, though he has no license to represent the US in foreign affairs. Does the Don get 10% as commission, or another indictment?

    • hmuller February 16, 2024 at 9:40 am #

      Uncle Al, Trump is out of office (we think). Blame Biden. You do know he’s occupying the oval office now?! Just checking.

      • Uncle.Al February 16, 2024 at 9:46 am #

        Perhaps you missed the Don’s short remark re NATO dues laggard$ versus US defense charity during the second Trump Presidency.

        • hmuller February 16, 2024 at 9:58 am #

          Perhaps you missed the fact Trump supports peace. Your heros support unending wars all over the world. Is that what you want? Do you identify that closely with the Elitist networks and their agenda?

          • JohnAZ February 16, 2024 at 10:19 am #

            Trump is against the Deep State, not just Biden, he is against the entire Mob. His success, if he wins, will depend on what he can do against the bums in the Deep State. One man cannot do it all, he has to have scads of help. He can help himself by not bringing on anyone from the current cast in DC.

            As the MIC runs the Mob, of course he will not make war for them and will want overseas to defend themselves. He also knows that real battle is at the southern border, not Europe or the ME.

          • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 10:27 am #

            I don’t know, JohnAZ. Trump had every opportunity to “drain the swamp” during his first term and he left many of Obama’s appointees in positions of political power where they were free to continue to run the deep state. Trump did nothing with the CIA or the FBI. Trump permitted Fauci and Birx to wreck the humming economy he created. Trump did nothing to bring down the money printing mecca we know as the Federal Reserve.

            I question your judgment on Trump. He may offer lip service against the deep state but his actions scream that he’s not interested in ending it.

          • Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 10:40 am #

            Not all of it was his fault, Canker, as he needed to rely on support from people like Mitch McConnell to get things done, but he made plenty of own goals.

          • JohnAZ February 16, 2024 at 10:51 am #


            Do not forget that the vast majority of federal folks, the Deep State, spent his four years cancelling out everything he wanted to do, impeached him twice, created the Covid scare, debased his family. I do not believe the lack of action had much to do with his wishes.

            If you think he did nothing IYHO, how come Biden spent a whole day doing EOs that stopped all the stuff that Trump had done.

            Also, how could anyone in their right mind vote for a Biden or designee over Trump and say they loved the USA.

          • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 10:54 am #

            Beryl, I don’t deny Trump did good on what he promised he would do and I would welcome a Trump2.0 if that were to miraculously come to pass, however, I just don’t know if Trump is as anti-deep-state as we like to believe. As the President he is the CEO of the Executive Branch. He has the authority to literally shut down many of those unconstitutional alphabet agencies. Never happened. They were permitted to continue to run amok and even undermine their own boss and Trump never did anything to stop it.

          • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 10:58 am #

            JohnAZ, I think you misunderstood what I was saying. I don’t disagree with you. Trump did amazing things even though he had everyone there throwing up roadblocks to stop him. You are correct and I don’t disagree.

            My point is that as the President he has sole authority over all of the agencies that constitute the executive branch. He has the power to eliminate the staff populating these agencies. I believe he even has the power to eliminate the agency altogether. So why didn’t he?

            Trump is not a politician. He’s a business man. I think he went into his first term approaching the Presidency as a business man and did not have the political knowledge necessary to “drain the swamp.” Mistakes were made.

            I hope that if he gets a second term that he will hold a heavy fist to the executive branch and clean it out once and for all.

          • Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 11:14 am #

            Canker, Trump likes these people and seeks their approval.

            He also likes to make deals where he gives each side something so everybody is happy. He told us this right up front.

            On some of these issues, there is no middle ground because the other side has an evil agenda.

            I don’t know what anybody expects to be different in a second term.

            He’s already talking about a compromise in giving money away to places like Ukraine.

          • Jarek February 16, 2024 at 12:36 pm #

            Many Blacks are disgusted with the Democrat’s support of the illegals before them. Thus Trump’s “Platinum Plan” bids fair to help draw them in to the fold. More gibs than even Johnson gave them.

            As for his White base? As Jared Kushner said, You already have the trailer parks, why not focus on the Blacks and Hispanics? And so he did.

          • Socrates-Detroit February 16, 2024 at 1:01 pm #

            Candidate Trump (2016) said many of the right things.

            Donald Trump (197x-202x) is both a creation of the mass media, as well as creator of media and trends.

            He likes attention. He likes flattery.

            It is plausible that, all along, he dreamed of being President, and has planned his “unorthodox” approach all along. That might explain his Playboy interviews, where as early as the 1990s Bush Sr/Clinton era, he points out how America is “paying to defend Germany and Japan, and they are building factories to sell stuff here”.

            As a teen in the 1980s, Trumps’s public antics amused me. He was sort of like a “rich Howard Stern” on the New York scene. Anything big, he is there! Even at Chris Evert’s last US Open in Queens, the Donald is present!

            As others here note, President Trump could have cleaned house, yes.

            As some here note, one man can’t do it all, yes.

            As a media creature, Trump knows Superman needs villains to be Superman. If Superman got rid of all the villains, why would we need him.

            I think subconsciously that perhaps explains why on the one hand, Trump kept much of the establishment excrement in key foreign policy/military positions, and on the other hand, Trump liked to CONTINUE tell us about the “wasted money on mid-east war FOREVER wars”. Even as he invaded Syria.

            Don’t get me wrong. I liked Candidate Trump. I contributed to his campaign. I was an “early adopter” when I saw he could win, unlike my less informed, less knowledgeable, Republican friends and acquaintance who felt that National Review and Fox News imbued them with knowledge of reality and figured Trump was a fad and would pass like Perot or Buchanan.

            Trump got his chance. In many regards, he held the line. He did not make things worse in some ways. He TRIED. To his credit, he did not start a war when Iran shot down an (unmanned) US drone.

            But in other respects he failed. Trump ratcheted up the Ukraine. Trump invaded Syria. He printed money like there was no tomorrow for COVID.

            Now, he is simply the lesser of the evils; by a considerable margin.

            The magnitude of problems confronting the US, and hence the US president, is vastly greater than 2016.

            And Trump’s capacity to deal with them is less than what it was in 2016.

            And the 0.01% to 1% of Americans who are least EXPOSED to some of semblance reality, whether here or antiwar.com or sonar21.com or the duran or grayzone.com or bill bonner or one of any other number of small, but credible, alternative news sources

            (and all of them leave out facts that don’t fit THEIR narrative, though they leave out different facts–for example, imagine if JHK shined his journalistic spotlight on Israel–but that’s OK, since grayzone does TELL us the truth about Israel, when I feel the need to get updated on ongoing crimes against the Palestinians and Gaza, in which as a US taxpayer, I, and YOU, are complicit)

            this 1% is not enough to shake things up and get a plurality of Americans to pull their heads out the sand and take action–write letters, protest, stop traffic, go on strike, NOT GO ALONG (say, I won’t buy this new car because I don’t want on-star monitoring me; I don’t want direct fuel injection; I won’t pay $200 for cable TV; I won’t use a doctor who Pfizer sends to Hawaii, I won’t buy crap for my family to eat; I will exercise my 2nd amendment rights, I will try to live healthier) –to try to turn things around.

            But still, we need to keep trying. And toward that end, we should support the Orange man. At least that’s how I see things.

          • Uncle Bob February 16, 2024 at 3:02 pm #

            Biden, being from Delaware (from De La War, interestingly enough), has got to be heavily leveraged by du Pont, as nothing in that state happens without that family’s approval. And how did the du Pont get rich? Why, with military explosives and munitions, of course. So why are we surprised this whistle-headed old man is getting us involved in so many wars?

          • The Man They Call Zazelle February 16, 2024 at 5:49 pm #

            “He likes attention. He likes flattery.” ~ Socrates-Detroit

            While I’ve yet to read most of your piece and have to head out at the moment, I’ll just say for now, so do I. Especially if it comes from someone I might have designs on, or whatever the expression is. Is it ‘designs on’? (scratches head, rubs chin with thumb and index-finger, looks upward-sideways, inquisitively…)

          • Zaz's Director February 16, 2024 at 5:53 pm #

            Ok cut! It’s a wrap. You’re free to go. Just be back on time.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle February 16, 2024 at 5:54 pm #

            Ok chief.

        • Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 10:03 am #

          I thought those remarks were great.

          • abbybwood February 16, 2024 at 3:29 pm #

            Many things about Trump scare me. He can’t be the sharpest knife in the drawer.

            He promised to “drain the swamp” then named Pompeo as Secretary of State? Haskel for CIA? Wray at FBI?

            I forget what Bolton was doing but he and Lindsey had Trump’s ear just like now.

            Lindsey Graham is the biggest warmonger in Congress and he is so cozy with Trump that he just did a 180 on Ukraine for Trump?! On what promise? VP? Secretary of State?!

            I won’t be able to vote for Trump or Biden because of the warmongering.

            Sadly, it looks like little ol’ Jill Stein of the Green Party will have to be my vote if I want to support someone for president who seeks peace and would sincerely want to drain the swamp.

            I know I would be throwing my vote away, but at least I would be able to sleep at night.

    • Uncle.Al February 16, 2024 at 9:43 am #

      The “Ceau?escu” displayed question mark is a cedilla diacritical mark hanging under the letter ‘c’ to make it a pronounced soft “s” rather than a hard “k.”

      • taijitu February 16, 2024 at 3:38 pm #

        Then why isn’t there a cedilla diacritical mark “hanging under” the capital ‘c,’ as in that asshole’s name?

    • Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 9:48 am #

      Does Trump get to talk about the things he did while in office, as he seeks that office again?

      Or is he not allowed to run on his record and positions, like every other candidate?

      Why would talk like those nations paying what they owe is a bad thing?

      • JohnAZ February 16, 2024 at 10:22 am #


        Those other countries no longer have the wherewithal to pay their required share, they are too busy trying to pay Greta for her stupidity, no, their stupidity. The farmers revolt just adds fuel to the fire.

      • benr February 16, 2024 at 10:27 am #

        Anything Trump wants has to be bad come on man!
        Get with the program.
        You know the thing the thing.

      • Jarek February 16, 2024 at 12:38 pm #

        Trump talks loudly and carries a very small stick. At best he’s a mildly conservative politician, his conservatism mostly sentimentality.

  4. hmuller February 16, 2024 at 9:37 am #

    Speaking of the Coen brothers, has anyone seen Fargo Season 5? It’s quite a piece of woke propaganda supporting the Globalist deep state agenda.

    A sheriff supporting Constitutional rights is portrayed as a wife beating, racist, hypocritical, all-around bad guy.

    The FBI are the heros protecting the American people. (Yes, they seriously tell us this).

    The Coen brothers have done some entertaining work in the past. It’s a pity to see them on their knees paying tribute to their Khazarian Mafia masters.

    • Uncle Abraham February 16, 2024 at 10:47 am #

      Herr Muller, you can put down Mein Kampf now and start your detox into reality. The Coen brothers have nothing to do with the Fargo tv series. Baby steps.

      • anmariwakaranai February 16, 2024 at 11:04 am #

        Good catch Abe.

      • hmuller February 16, 2024 at 11:06 am #

        Uncle Abraham, reading all that AIPAC material a lifetime membership buys has made you very smart.

        While the Coen brothers no doubt earn a big royalty from the series, they let lesser Tribal minions produce the series. Being a right-wing Zionist, I’ll bet you wouldn’t like season 5’s heavy handed woke propaganda, if you watched it.

        And by the way, your bigoted race baiting of someone for being German let’s us know who and what you really are.

        • Uncle Abraham February 16, 2024 at 11:40 am #

          I do not read AIPAC – not a hater of Germans, either. Your name lends itself to association with one A. Hitler and his ideas about Jewish conspiracies that led to genocide. I have plenty of problems with plenty of Jews, but not with the race. You are the one with the problem and your conflict is with God, the God of Israel. If He, Jesus Christ, Whom they murdered, is yet extending His hand to save them, who are you to enflame persecution against them? Judge a man by what he does, not the skin he was born in.

          • Socrates-Detroit February 16, 2024 at 2:20 pm #

            @Uncle Abraham, No, God is NOT extending His hand to save your Zionist friends.

            In this world, good does not always triumph.

            That’s why Churches are full of icons of Saints who died violent deaths–in this world–in order that they might be with God for eternity in the next world.

            You confuse God’s will with YOUR personal preferences, YOUR interpretation of the bible.

            The methods are different, but what the Germans did to the Jews using Zyklon B, among other methods, and what the Israeli government is has been doing to the Palestinians for decades, not to mention Gaza since October, represent different methods toward the same objective–the annihilation and elimination of an unwanted group.

            I don’t think God approved then or approves now.

            Your Israeli friends can’t even keep quiet about it–they are openly looking for “third countries” to “resettle the Palestinians” and openly advocate killing all the Palestinians.

            I hope they come to America in general, and to YOUR neighborhood in particular.

            God is not “extending his hand to save” Israel any more than He extended his hand to allow one country in Europe (Nazi Germany) to dominate the continent of Europe for a few years.

            The Zionists will ultimately share the same fate as the Nazis did.

          • Uncle Abraham February 16, 2024 at 3:47 pm #

            To Socrates-Detroit:

            Your “official” proclamations are just what you say about me – that I’m confusing God’s will with my own.

            The things I say are true, however, backed by facts and the Word of God, whereas your narrative is invented by liars, such as the claim Israel is doing to Gaza what Hitler did to the Jews.

            And it’s so obvious I would feel silly trying to explain it to a grown person who obviously has a great store of historical knowledge, but your education should not be confused with a realistic perception of reality. (And I have already explained it on this blog multiple times, even today.)

            So, no more explanation for you. I leave you to your chosen bitterness. You can’t be talked out of drinking the poison of hate. That will take God’s special process, of which my part of telling you the truth is accomplished.

          • benr February 17, 2024 at 9:08 am #


            Just imagine for one second if the people NOW calling themselves Palestinians were the ones in power would there be a Jew left anywhere?
            Would they bother to look for a place for Jews to settle where they were not constantly attacking them?

            Ask yourself another question with fellow arabs all around why has no one offered to just resettle a couple million people?

            It is a fact all the other arabs around actually dislike Palestinians and want nothing to do with them.

            It’s a huge sand box plenty of room.

          • Uncle Bob February 17, 2024 at 10:38 am #


            It’s widely held that God used the Nazis’ hatred of Jews to bring about such a feeling of revulsion that the Allies created a new state of Israel after WW2, thereby fulfilling prophesy that Israel would exist as a separate nation again before the second coming of the Messiah.

            As to your belief that Israel wants to annihilate the PLO, Hamas, etc., it’s prophecied that Israel will indeed exterminate them, probably after another big attack because “never again” means something. That act will bring the Iranians (Persians), Turks, and most other Moslem countries together to fight Israel again — only this time, they’ll have an allied ringer in Russia. And Israel, according to this prophecy, will win because God will send His angel to slaughter the allied Russo-Persian forces in what’s known as the War of Gog and Magog. These events set the stage for the rise of the Man of Sin, a liar of such talent and ability that he’ll claim he saves the Israelis, and people believe him. You may know him as the Antichrist. At least, that’s what we Protestants believe.

          • Socrates-Detroit February 17, 2024 at 8:43 pm #

            We have the argument that “IF the Palestinians were in power, would there be a Jew left anywhere?”

            We really cannot know, since they are NOT in power, nor are they likely to be.

            But we DO know that, under Israeli rule until Oct 07, Palestinians are, at best, living under an apartheid system, or at worst killed.

            Nobody can dispute that.

            But that was not enough for the Israelis–so they worked to create their own “Pearl Harbor” so they can now stop “playing games” with the Palestinians and get rid of all of them–Gaza first, West Bank later.

            But somehow, what was wrong for African Blacks in South Africa (the natives), or German and Eastern European Jews is not a big deal for Palestinians.

            Quite the double standard, which requires a lot of “moralistic acrobatics” to defend, or invocations of “God’s will”.

          • Socrates-Detroit February 17, 2024 at 9:40 pm #

            @Uncle Bob

            Thank you for your summary. While this is not the forum to debate theology, I want to offer an alternative view.

            What you wrote seems to align with the “Late Great Planet Earth” written by Hal Lindsey in the late 1970s. I saw the movie as a teen.

            You noted that “at least that’s what we Protestants believe”.

            That’s not the view of the Orthodox Christians, or even the Catholic Church.

            The Orthodox Church is more concerned about trying to live a Christian life on earth, in our quest to spend eternity with God, not an easy task for most of us.

            Both the Catholics (who are schismatic) and the Orthodox believe “…He (Jesus Christ) will come again in glory, to judge the living and the dead; and His Kingdom shall have no end…”

            How or when will this come about? If one believes the above, from the Nicene Creed, does it matter? No.

            Orthodox Christians pray that “we may complete our lives in peace and penitence; and that the end our lives may be without pain and peaceful, and for a good account at the fearful judgement seat of Christ”.

            I think Biblical interpretation is contextual. If one lacks the right context, one could reach incorrect conclusions.

            I noted above, the early Christians thought Christ would return in their lifetime. We’re (Orthodox) have been told this is because they were persecuted relentless and figured the end of the world was near–certainly THEIR end was near.

            And that’s why so many Saints were martyrs.

            Then I think Christ will return in my lifetime, or certainly within 50 years, because (logically) I don’t think the world can continue on the path it is on.

            And as I wrote this, it hit me, that for different reasons, the early Christians and I seem to think the same thing… the end is near–and we are 1800 years from them.

            The Book of Revelations throws out some very big, grim numbers… so the world’s capacity for abuse may be bigger than I, or some of us, think.

            The Protestant view of scripture is different from the Orthodox.

            In any case, I cannot rationalize or justify, or see “God’s hand at work”, in what is happening in Gaza; or the way Palestinians are forced to live in occupied Palestine, any more than I can’t rationalize or justify the Germans’ treatment of the Jews and occupied Eastern Europeans.

            And I don’t agree with my tax money making it possible.

        • Jarek February 16, 2024 at 12:41 pm #

          The God of Israel? So you view their race like unto God Himself? Idolatry.

          Good miss, ani.

          • Uncle Abraham February 16, 2024 at 2:54 pm #

            I didn’t make that up, Jarek. It’s all over the inspired Word of God. Here is what He said to Cyrus the Persian: “I will give you the treasures of darkness, riches stored in hidden places, so that you may know I am the LORD, the God of Israel, who summons you by name.” It’s ok to be ignorant, but not stupidly oppositional to the truth.

          • Uncle Abraham February 16, 2024 at 2:58 pm #

            God says it – the focus is on Him and how He chooses to identify Himself. You make it about race because you’re a racist and you’re a racist because you have placed yourself above all others, including God.

          • anmariwakaranai February 16, 2024 at 5:59 pm #

            The Bible makes no distinction between the Kingdom of Israel and the Church. In fact, the Bible specifically says that Israel is the Church and vice versa.


          • Jarek February 16, 2024 at 10:22 pm #

            No, you got it wrong. The old wine skin of Judaism would be split by the new teaching or wine. A new wine skin was necessary. The Church is the new Israel, the new Chosen People.

            As for them He said, Soon they will drive you out of the synagogues and consider killing you a good deed.

            Now remember what you know about the Talmud? How does that jibe with what you just said about there being no difference? It doesn’t. Such integration or “jibing” is the inner work you refuse to do.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle February 17, 2024 at 12:38 am #

            Religion is just older propaganda.

      • Night Owl February 17, 2024 at 7:25 am #

        HMueller has nothing to do with Mein Kampf.

        Unless you have some evidence for this, Abraham.

    • GoldenRoad February 16, 2024 at 1:48 pm #

      Well if the wifebeater t-shirt fits . . . . .

  5. RaymondR February 16, 2024 at 9:38 am #

    Watch for K. Harris to pull off a palace coup under the 25th Amendment. The former law and order prosecutor could bring in a Reign of Terror that would make Robespierre proud

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    • hmuller February 16, 2024 at 9:43 am #

      Kamala can barely pull off her clothes in the frenzied aftermath to an office party, much less pull off a coup. But she could be the obedient puppet, just like Biden.

    • Lawrence Mint February 16, 2024 at 9:45 am #

      Putin must have felt particularly stoked after making an ass of his useful idiot Tucker. He apparently thinks it is a good time to bump off another political opponent. This is the guy Trump admires.

      • Demeter February 16, 2024 at 9:51 am #

        Only people who have no sense of humor, and cannot recognize Slavic playfulness would think Putin made an idiot of Tucker.

        • Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 10:44 am #

          A lot of the discussion of Tucker’s interview crosses into personal attacks, I’ve noticed.

          • hmuller February 16, 2024 at 12:00 pm #

            Beryl, have you ever known a left-winger who could frame a coherent, logical argument base on facts? I haven’t.

            It’s all snarky ad hominem attacks with them – which admittedly I also use when I’m feeling lazy. So I understand that. But all the time?!

            If you refute any of their dis-information and nonsense, the name calling intensifies: racist! misogynist! homophobe! climate change denier, pandemic denier, anti- semite, the list goes on and on.

          • benr February 17, 2024 at 9:11 am #


            They also refuse to acknowledge when they have been bested they just ignore reality.

      • hmuller February 16, 2024 at 9:52 am #

        I can only guess at the “heros” you admire, Lawrence. Maybe about all the MSM ” journalists” who pump out Globalist propaganda 24-7? You want to see a useful idiot.. Look in a mirror

      • benr February 16, 2024 at 10:29 am #

        Another useful idiot laments the fall of Soviet union.
        Wishing for the good old days eh comrade?
        Is this yet another maj character?

        • Majella February 18, 2024 at 9:28 pm #

          “Is this yet another maj character?

          @benr…you wish! You seem to be finding me EVERYWHERE…that’s quite an OCD thing you have going on there. I suggest you seek psychiatric assistance without delay (if you have health coverage, coz you’re becoming one sick puppy…)

      • Uncle Abraham February 16, 2024 at 11:15 am #

        If a murderer is an amazing chess player and I state as much, it doesn’t mean I admire him for being a murderer. Why must you have this explained to you? TDS is a terrible thing!

      • BackRowHeckler February 16, 2024 at 12:10 pm #

        Larry, why is it only Tucker Carlson travelling to Russia on his own dime interviewing Putin? Why haven’t the legacy media sent correspondents to Moscow for an interview? Where is CBS, NBC, or ABC? Shilling for Biden? Digging for evidence to be used against Trump? After all, democracy dies in darkness.

      • mary.m February 16, 2024 at 12:11 pm #

        Or maybe Carlson played the ignoramus to give Putin free rein to tutor the brainwashed masses.

        • Anthea February 17, 2024 at 12:32 am #

          @ Mary.m:

          You could have acquired the same information in Carlson’s interview with Putin by watching Col. Macgregor’s videos: historical background and analysis of the situation from a military strategic standpoint, as well as information and analysis of the real reasons for the war, both on the side of Russia and US/NATO.

          Leftists have an absolute horror of facts, information, knowledge, and truth in general.

        • Night Owl February 17, 2024 at 7:22 am #

          Stopping both (or multiple sides) of a story from being told is a classic manipulator tactic.

          You are a complete moron.

        • GreenAlba February 17, 2024 at 5:57 pm #

          “Or maybe Carlson played the ignoramus to give Putin free rein to tutor the brainwashed masses.”

          I heard very little that I didn’t already know before Putin said anything.

          I’ve just heard a BBC newscaster pointing out that this month is the second anniversary of the Russian invasion, without mentioning that this year is the 10th anniversary of the Maidan coup, effected by the CIA and Victoria Nuland, which was the actual start of the war. Her telephone conversation about who to put in place of the President they illicitly deposed is on her Wikipedia page, FFS – although only because it’s so widely known about that it would be counter-productive to deny it.

      • Night Owl February 17, 2024 at 7:23 am #

        “Stop him from being heard” said the honest man Lawrence Mint.


    • Demeter February 16, 2024 at 9:49 am #

      I am not worried about Kamala as President for the remaining months of 2024. She wouldn’t stand a snowball’s chance in hell of accomplishing anything except fighting with her would-be handlers, and she sure as shooting won’t make it into office after.

      • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 10:20 am #

        I thought the same way when Biden the house plant was running against Trump. And yet, here we are nearly 4 years later.

        • Demeter February 16, 2024 at 10:27 am #

          Cheating doesn’t count as a win, and there’s no amount of cheating that will prevail this time.

          • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 10:30 am #

            Are you sure? How are you sure that cheating won’t prevail this time. I’m not being antagonistic towards you, I’d really like to know your thoughts.

            They have cheated us in 2022 and 2020 and I believe the cheating has been going on since 1963. Why would they not cheat now?

          • Demeter February 16, 2024 at 10:53 am #

            I’ve been working as a minor election official, precinct chair, for decades and following the whole debacle on cheating. There has been considerable improvement in procedures at the state level; there will be a lot more, plus the citizen oversight is growing. And there’s a limit to how much cheating can be “ignored” covered up or overlooked. Trump’s support exceeds that by more than double.

          • Demeter February 16, 2024 at 10:54 am #

            Of course, it will probably be another decade before we return to the gold standard: in person voting on paper ballots, hand counted in public on one day.

          • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 11:01 am #

            Demeter, I hope you are right.

          • JackStraw February 16, 2024 at 11:03 am #

            Cheating involves a few keystrokes to alter the counts in a database. It’s never been easier and nothing has been done to address it.

            This time, they’ll alter the votes earlier so that there aren’t any statistical irregularities. They’ve had 4 years to perfect that slight of hand.

          • Paula D February 16, 2024 at 11:10 am #

            The cheating doesn’t have to be widespread. We saw how key precincts in key states were targeted, and that made the difference in changing the results of the election.

            Local officials can be honest, and the citizens can keep an eye on them, but what happened in Atlanta and Philadelphia can be repeated.
            It isn’t even the computers, although I am sure that computers were also involved.
            They literally drove up with thousands of “mail-in” ballots in the middle of the night. Never mind that the “mail-in” ballots were not creased. Evidence is racist, so ignore it.

          • River February 16, 2024 at 12:33 pm #

            Demeter, agree that ‘growing citizen oversight’ is key since it’s plain to see that there is no longer any authentic oversight of our governmental agencies, let alone many other local and state organizations whose actions, when reviewed – which rarely happens – are often found to be in direct opposition to that which they profess as their ‘mission.’ –

            I’m not necessarily known as an optimist but far too many of us are now awake and per JHK’s recent quote from Jacob Dreizin: ‘The reserve of trust, patience, and deference, among non-zombies in the USA, is now ZERO!’ – The Covid debacle was a bridge too far…

          • Jarek February 16, 2024 at 12:46 pm #

            The Diebold machines are still connected to the internet during the voting and the count. They can and were adjusted as needed. Some people up late saw this happening in real time.

            There’s no reason why this won’t happen again.

    • Uncle.Al February 16, 2024 at 9:50 am #

      “When you say ” Robespierre proud” do you mean” Robespierre blanch”?

    • JohnAZ February 16, 2024 at 10:24 am #

      It is interesting that Garland is backing Hur and his report. Are the Dems about to have a coup?

      • Uncle Bob February 17, 2024 at 10:43 am #

        They have to get rid of Tour de France Joe somehow….

  6. megabeth February 16, 2024 at 9:41 am #

    John Kass writes that the Biden handlers obviously decided to shove Gramps into an uncontrolled press conference for once, and are throwing him to the wolves . . . although I don’t think old Joe can really outdo his previous performances without actually punching out a scribe.

    • benr February 16, 2024 at 10:31 am #

      Plenty of embarrassing gaffs left in that tank.
      It has been said when Joe gets really mad he drops a load in his depends.
      Rumor says he did so at the Vatican in front of the pope.
      Would love to see uncle Joe push a steamy one out in a live press conference.

      • megabeth February 16, 2024 at 11:13 am #

        Then there was that long, loud fart in front of the current Queen of England. I guess it ended their conversation, though it served as a great conversation starter for Camilla in the days following.

        Personally, I’d like to see him take out his upper plate, lick it, then set it on the podium. Lots of decent people fill their paper panties, but you know somebody is crazier than a shithouse rat when he sets his dentures on the dinner table.

        • Ron Anselmo February 16, 2024 at 11:40 am #

          Beth – I love your expressions. Just how crazy is a shithouse rat?

          • megabeth February 16, 2024 at 7:09 pm #

            So crazy that:

            ~ He would holler, “Look, fat–” at an Iowa caucusgoer. (And you just know he truncated a “fatass” when he did that)

            ~ He can’t stop making offshore shell companies for the grandkids.

            ~ He would jab the breastbone of a union worker in a hard hat and growl “You’re full of shit! I don’t work for you!”

            ~ H could accuse a black reporter of being a junkie after a question he doesn’t care for.

            ~ He could brag on camera of having coerced the firing of a prosecutor after his son, using 1 billion U.S. taxpayer coconuts.

            ~ He would swim his wrinkly old naked ass around a swimming pool such that his female SS guards husband is fit to be tied.

            ~ He can’t raise a well behaved German shepherd for sour apples.

            That’s shithouse rattery. You get the picture.

          • Ron Anselmo February 17, 2024 at 3:13 pm #

            Beth – Thanks.

            Also, regarding the second item, I’ve read that there is evidence of Biden’s grandkids paying him – a little unusual. So, maybe they’re paying him to set up their offshore shell companies.

            Just a thought. I’m sure it’s nothing more suspicious than that.

      • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 9:29 pm #

        Pretty sure that’s 45, not 46…

        • benr February 19, 2024 at 8:01 am #

          Possibly but we are talking bout Joe not your obsession with Donald.

          Joe Biden’s fart and other embarrassing royal moments for Americans
          US president lets rip at COP26 meeting with Camilla.

          When you meet the queen of England, you’re not supposed to turn your back on her (presumably in case she steals something). Clearly when you meet the Duchess of Cornwall, you’re supposed to fart.

          That’s allegedly what happened when Joe Biden met Camilla at the COP26 climate talks in Glasgow — with the U.S. president doing a terrible job at reducing emissions.

          The duchess “hasn’t stopped talking about” Biden’s fart, an “informed source” told the Mail on Sunday in what may be the greatest use of media sourcing in years. Move over, Deep Throat, here comes Deep Colon.

          “It was long and loud and impossible to ignore,” the Mail wrote about the fart — the breaking of wind, not the U.S. leader, I hasten to add.

          • benr February 19, 2024 at 8:02 am #

            With all that said British royals are a joke.

  7. Demeter February 16, 2024 at 9:46 am #

    “A lot of the people involved are going to end up in court themselves, perhaps in prison.”

    You are just getting my hopes up again, Sir. It’s going to take a lot more than Truth to put any of these crooks into court, let alone behind bars. We’ve been waiting since….1963 for such an outcome.

    • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 10:18 am #

      Yeah, I feel the same way. I don’t mind hoping but I’m pretty pessimistic that these fuckers will ever pay for their treachery. They shouldn’t even be in prison. They should be swinging from lampposts in very public executions. But, alas, twill never happen.

      • Jarek February 16, 2024 at 12:49 pm #

        We’re a peaceful (harmless) people. In other words, we don’t have the guts to do it. It wouldn’t be nice.

    • benr February 16, 2024 at 10:32 am #

      Indeed I have turned the corner on LBJ and the DEMS bumping Off Mr Kennedy.
      LBJ was such a nasty POS it leaves little doubt as to him having had a hand in it.

      • JohnAZ February 16, 2024 at 10:41 am #

        Not just DEMS.

      • Jarek February 16, 2024 at 12:50 pm #

        He said to let the Israelis sink the Liberty. Luckily his order was ignored.

        • Uncle Abraham February 16, 2024 at 4:02 pm #

          “Johnson’s idea of a convoy aimed at breaking the blockade came to nothing, and Nasser’s troops remained mobilized in the Sinai. Syrian and Jordanian forces were also poised to attack. On the morning of June 5, with diplomatic options exhausted, the Israeli government went to war. The IDF launched lightning air and ground strikes against Egypt, quickly gaining the initiative, and repulsed attacks from Syria and Jordan. Yet the Israelis remained highly concerned about threats to their coastline, along which most of the country’s major industrial and population centers were situated. The Egyptian navy outnumbered Israel’s by more than five to one in warships and, in a crisis, could call on the support of some seventy Soviet vessels in the vicinity. The failure of the Israeli navy’s attacks on Egyptian and Syrian ports early in the war did little to assuage Israel’s fears. Consequently, the IDF Chief of Staff, Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, informed the U.S. Naval Attaché in Tel Aviv, Cmdr. Ernest Carl Castle, that Israel would defend its coast with every means at its disposal. Unidentified vessels would be sunk, Rabin advised; the United States should either acknowledge its ships in the area or remove them. Nonetheless, the Americans provided Israel with no information on the Liberty. The United States had also rejected Israel’s request for a formal naval liaison. On May 31, Avraham Harman, Israel’s ambassador to Washington, had warned Under Secretary of State Eugene V. Rostow that ‘if war breaks out, we would have no telephone number to call, no code for plane recognition, and no way to get in touch with the U.S. Sixth Fleet.'”

          Michael Oren

          The USS Liberty Incident: “The USS Liberty: Case Closed”

          • Mac February 16, 2024 at 6:12 pm #

            Well, if Michael Oren wrote that, it must all be true.

  8. Phineas February 16, 2024 at 9:47 am #

    Fanni Willis is guilty of:
    Adultery. Fornication. Thievery. Deceit. Lying. Oath breaking as a public office holder.
    And she had the gall to address the AME Christian church playing the race card.
    She may well avoid man’s punishment but the wrath of God will fall upon her if she does not repent.

    • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 10:16 am #

      Fornication and adultery are not a crime in new America. Everyone is committing adultery and fornicating and nobody gives a damn. Our young people don’t even bother to get married anymore before they hop in the sack and start making babies. And why not? The woman then goes and murders the child her actions created and gets patted on the back as being a “progressive modern strong woman.”

      And we wonder why our Country is a shit hole?

      • JohnAZ February 16, 2024 at 10:25 am #

        Well said!!!

      • benr February 16, 2024 at 10:41 am #

        The invocation to the first rebel (the devil) last summer at a Nevada washoe county commission.

        a regional Alaska government meeting and a San Marcos California City council meeting.

        This has been happening with more and more over the last two years.

        My original post got rabbit holed.

      • Jarek February 16, 2024 at 1:02 pm #

        Women are desperate to get married for economic and ego reasons. They see little reason to stop fornicating. If she gets caught, and the husband doesn’t like it, she’ll take him to the cleaners. Win/win for her.

        • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 3:19 pm #

          Plus they can abort the consequences of their fornication. Abortion after all has become a woman’s preference of birth control.

          In today’s world fornication = no consequences.

      • Uncle Bob February 17, 2024 at 11:08 am #

        I know a girl who goes by a guy’s name, who’s shacked up with a guy who dresses as a woman. The girl who thinks she’s a guy got knocked up by the guy who thinks he’s a girl, so the natural solution was a trip to Planned Parenthood for a “procedure” that was paid for by her (his?) parents’ insurance. And now she’s taking hormones to become a man, even though The Patriarchy is destroying the planet and oppressing POC. No, it doesn’t make sense, but it does make her/him feel empowered and messianic, so it’s okay. The kicker is, her/his grandfather was a Baptist pastor, so she has awareness that her actions are anti-God. But she/he is apparently fine with that because God is an oppressor. And this is why America is going to die.

    • BackRowHeckler February 16, 2024 at 10:38 am #

      Fannie is a George Soros project; there are others like her in positions of authority all over the USA. Look at the condition of NYC, Oakland, St. Louis, Chicago, San Francisco, Philadelphia… and consider who is in charge.

      • Jarek February 16, 2024 at 1:04 pm #

        Blacks seek power to enrich themselves. Period. Kleptocracy.

        • anmariwakaranai February 16, 2024 at 1:09 pm #

          …but whites don’t, hypocracy.

          • Jarek February 16, 2024 at 2:00 pm #

            It’s a matter of percentage of how many Whites and of course, the degree to which they do it. Blacks do little else, or at least little else that’s good.

            These are subtleties that are lost on you. It’s either yes or no, black or white. Percentage? What’s that?

          • anmariwakaranai February 16, 2024 at 2:12 pm #

            So give us a percentage then, oh gr8 poo baaa

          • Jarek February 16, 2024 at 2:24 pm #

            Hard to say. But obviously Black corruption precludes any civilization. They’re in it for themselves, their family, and at most, their friends. In Africa itself, their extended clan. So nepotism not ability and qualification.

            What we have is utterly alien to them. To expect them to maintain it is simply folly.

          • BackRowHeckler February 17, 2024 at 2:37 pm #

            Jarek your last sentence describes perfectly events in Rhodesia & SAfrica. You can add San Francisco, Detroit & NYC to that list too. In SAfrica it took a mere 3 decades to dismantle a prosperous, efficient, first world economy … and turn it into something else entirely.

  9. sadlycdn February 16, 2024 at 9:53 am #

    Yesterday was a mind boggling ride into the unexplainable……Fani was giving the world a tutorial on how diversity hires turn out….not so good for us but fantastic for her and fck buddy assistant….no need for a Saturday Night Live skit…..she did it for you….just copy and paste…..Fani was there to trash the place and the white Judge basically looked like a security guard at Walmart….He has George Floyd syndrome and realizes that it is after all black history month…..She may be a disgrace to the law profession but will be Supreme Court material for the Libs….watching that shitt show for 5 min is all you need to know about the sham case and the clowns involved….

    • anmariwakaranai February 16, 2024 at 9:57 am #

      But so sooo entertaining.

    • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 10:12 am #

      Fani Willis, Letitia James, Kamala Harris, The Squad, Gretchen Whitmer, on and on and on. Too many of these damned crazy women in positions of power. Damned frightening.

      In Australia the word “fani” refers to some female private parts. The spell it “fanny” but it sounds the same. Fani knows how to use her “fanny” to get her poor beta male lover to do her will. Pathetic.

      Just saying.

      • Demeter February 16, 2024 at 10:22 am #

        Gretchen doesn’t qualify as a woman. She’s a crook, first and foremost, following in Pelosi’s path to greater crookedness.

        • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 10:33 am #

          I forgot to mention Pelosi. Add that woman to my list of crazy females who should be in sanitariums, not in positions of political power.

          • OG February 16, 2024 at 1:27 pm #


          • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 3:17 pm #

            It’s meese, not mooses, right OG?

        • Jarek February 16, 2024 at 1:15 pm #

          That’s what Gloria Steinem said about conservative women: Not women. It’s bullshit whether you agree with them or not.

      • mary.m February 16, 2024 at 12:25 pm #

        Like their aren’t any batshit crazy men on the take in power? Genocide Joe & all his male appointees, the she-men in dresses & pearls running health, military, Lindsey Graham running his mouth, etc etc etc.

        Those in power are chosen precisely because they are batshit crazy & on the take. Equal opportunity for crazies.

        • Jarek February 16, 2024 at 1:16 pm #

          Women are more easily deceived, being far more emotional and irrational than men.

          • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 3:17 pm #

            Yes, Jarek, the are and they blow a gasket when one of us foul toxic males dare even suggest such a thing.

        • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 3:16 pm #

          Yes, Mary.m, there are crazy men. Sigh! What I am always trying to say is that there seem to be far more crazy women in politics than sane and conservative women. That is what I have always been trying to say. Yes. Some men are nuts. But there are also a lot of sane men trying to do the right thing. But women? The vast majority of them are Democrats, liberals, pro-abortion, and pro big big big government.

          Prove me wrong. The list of nutty women in politics is long. The list of solid conservative women is short. Very short.

          • TruthSeeker1986 February 17, 2024 at 5:04 am #

            Exactly thats why Georgina sorry ass had no problem back stabbing Italy after pretending to be against all the invasions. But she’s white, and white women today suffer from Racial guilt problems. Too stupid, dumb, and ignorant to even defend their own people because they’re more concerned with the horde of negros drowning at sea. Now because of her recklessness women have been raped, groped, and everything by these men flooding into Italy…And I use to think Italian men were tough and wouldn’t stand there taking that shit. Especially since Italians aren’t the ones advocating open borders.

        • Uncle Abraham February 16, 2024 at 3:22 pm #

          Let’s be clear, the only genocide Joe supports is that of Jews, as he’s doing his level best given the circumstances to stop them from putting Hamas out of business. On the other hand, if genocide was Israel’s aim, the Arabs would be long gone. If anyone is ignorant and stupid enough to argue, just compare the number of Jews living in Arab countries with the number of Arabs living in Israel. Case closed.

          • TruthSeeker1986 February 17, 2024 at 5:08 am #

            @Uncle Abraham

            lol that’s because the Jews don’t want a bunch of people living there who aren’t Jews. How is Biden committing genocide against a bunch of people he’s supplied weapons with that have been used on civilians who aren’t even part of Hamas?Not to mention given away billions of our tax money too…Seems like to me you are the ignorant one…

            Jewish people a the very top have infiltrated just about every country and worked toward destroying all of them. The liberal shit they promote in the West they want no part of in Israel. Find me a place there where gays are getting married, or where Jewish women promote killing their own babies. They only demand we do that to ourselves because THEY HATE US.

    • Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 10:20 am #

      I think these kinds of people (politicized office holders) get their ideas of how to act and what their job is, from TV shows.

    • C.O.Jones February 16, 2024 at 10:23 am #

      I saw a headline that said “Fani pounded”

      Still laughing

      • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 10:34 am #

        See my “Australia” comment above and it gets even funnier!

  10. anmariwakaranai February 16, 2024 at 9:56 am #

    You are on fire lately jhk. But, as you well know, so is the whole western world. Remember the kami kaze pilots that were ordered to self destruct after Japan surrendered? That’s us. But I know one that lived, so there is hope.

    Pray you mofos.

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    • anmariwakaranai February 16, 2024 at 9:58 am #

      Are you not diverted? 🙂

  11. Opie February 16, 2024 at 9:59 am #

    One thing I’ve been blindsided by in this long slow breakdown is just how irrational and batshit crazy people are becoming. Not just the obvious ones like the super bowl parade shooter, but like the cop who lost his shit when an acorn landed on his roof and he starts pumping lead into his car. I really wonder if it’s vax side effects or just the end result of this major phyops being unloaded on an alarmingly complacent population.

    • SpeedyBB February 16, 2024 at 10:17 am #

      Everybody on a hair trigger. Somehow has a profoundly contemporary ring to it.

      Split-second reaction, or crash. Aviate, navigate, communicate. High-frequency trading: see billions vanish, wash up again. Deepfakes ordering bank transfers in His Master’s Voice. Creepily authentic fake video whipped up by faraway computers.

      Are humans designed for this? Maybe in a theater of combat … but on a daily basis? How’s about a perpetual PTSD…

    • rainmaker February 16, 2024 at 10:18 am #

      Opie – I knew the minute that the super bowl parade shooting hit the news that hood rats were involved.

      • Opie February 16, 2024 at 10:22 am #

        It’s always them Boo Boo, unless it’s a batshit crazy trans in a church.

      • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 10:43 am #

        Have you seen the NFL Shop ads? They advertise only to the hood rats and to the women. Google and watch a couple of them and you’ll see what I mean. The background music is rap. The people are swinging their arms around like rappers. None of them are white men either. Women and hood rats, the NFL’s new customer base.

      • Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 11:19 am #

        But what weapon did they use? That’s more important than the dead people.

    • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 10:41 am #

      Opie, I have a theory. It’s not the vaccine. The problem is television, movies, video games and smart phones. We as a people have lost our grip on reality. Nobody knows what is real anymore. Everything is fake. We look at beautiful women and their lips are fake, their boobs are fake, their asses are fake and their faces are covered with mud. Take off the make up and you have an average woman. We look at people driving nice cars or who live in big homes and think they are wealthy and successful but in reality they are buried by insurmountable amounts of debt that will never be paid off. They have less money than a school janitor. Look at the music people listen to today. It’s all fake, all autotune, all computer generated. Our entertainment is all fake. We spend countless hours watching other people pretending to be something else. We spend countless hours watching “super heroes” fly and have super strength.

      After decades of being fed lie after lie after lie we no longer know what is real or what is fake. We no longer trust anything. We have been so brainwashed by this entertainment that we are now on the cusp of boiling over.

      We as humans can sense when things aren’t real. We can’t readily identify why it’s not real but we can sense it and we are starting to come to an understanding that we have all be massively duped. Some of us have awakened. Most are still in the coma.

      It’s bad. It is really bad. After covid and seeing how many people thought a piece of cloth over their mouths would make them safe from an invisible bug, well, I have no hope in humanity as a whole. Our species as it currently exists is doomed. The dinosaurs got millions of years. We are going to kill ourselves after a few thousand years.

      • Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 10:47 am #

        That cloth over people’s faces did incalculable damage to children in early stages of development.

      • anmariwakaranai February 16, 2024 at 1:14 pm #

        It may be that the pyramids are much older than current estimates. They may be the last vestiges of a super high tech population that got wiped out eons ago, maybe by a flood.

        • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 3:12 pm #

          Stargate, anyone? In that series the pyramids were landing platforms for alien vessels.

  12. Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 10:01 am #

    “All of this coaching post Jan 20, 2021, was coordinated by the “Joe Biden” White House.”

    To me it looks like more than coaching from the Biden administration.

    It looks like they laundered money( imagine Bidens mixed up with money laundering?) in the form of payments to Ms.Willis’ boyfriend.

    Every time he went to the White House, he came back with money. Was he the bagman, did they pay Fani to get her to prosecute Trump in the first place? That would be bribery, wouldn’t it?

    BTW I just looked up bagman to refresh my memory of all the things it can mean, and I found that the very first entry was this, from Wikipedia:

    “People involved in political fundraising, soliciting donations, or otherwise involved in the financial side of a political campaign may be referred to as a bagman.”

    That definition, in itself, is a form of laundering or whitewashing.

    • rainmaker February 16, 2024 at 10:14 am #

      Boo – Hunter is Joe Biden’s bagman. I don’t remember which person the lamestream media always referred to as President Trump’s fixer.

      • Ron Anselmo February 16, 2024 at 10:47 pm #

        Michael Cohen

    • C.O.Jones February 16, 2024 at 10:34 am #

      The “election” in Georgia and Fulton county in particular was so filthy they had to go on offense, Beryl.

      “How dare you call our vote counting into question, you RACIST! Just for that, we are going to prosecute you beyond the fullest extent of the law…as soon as I get back from the Caribbean.”

      Going on offense is, to me, a way of keeping Stacy Abrams from being indicted. I wonder how long that will last if Trump should hold office again.

    • Paula D February 16, 2024 at 10:54 am #

      Sounds like another definition needs changing, to suit the current narrative.

      • Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 11:20 am #

        Yes, bagmen are an everyday, normal occurrence in the world of politics.

        Nothing to see there.

        • Paula D February 16, 2024 at 2:51 pm #

          Like corruption is redefined as “lobbying”, and…..presto!

          It’s legal, and perfectly legit.

  13. Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 10:08 am #

    Thanks Jim for the insights. You said: ” Oh, and by the way, this movie is not over. A lot of the people involved are going to end up in court themselves, perhaps in prison.”

    I hope you are right. I doubt anyone is going to end up in prison as we are no longer a nation subject to the rule of law. We are subject to tribal law and those of the right tribe are not subject to the law in America 2.0.

    Anthony Fauci is still collecting big money as he prepares to write his memoirs. Thousands of vaccine pushers out there are still prescribing the vaccine. Phizer is still running vaccine ads. Hillary Clinton is still being talked about to be President. Hunter Biden, “Joe Biden” and many other grifters like them are still wealthy.

    No, nothing will happen. They will continue to pillage the American treasury and retire in style with the rest of us struggle to pay our heating bill and feed our families.

    God bless this wretched putrified country. I needs a good enema to get its head thinking straight. No doubt. But it seems like the enema is never going to come. That’s what frustrates me.

    • TruthSeeker1986 February 16, 2024 at 10:12 am #

      Forget the Enema, if anything the country needs a brutal ass beating. And even then that might not really do anything to fix the problem.

  14. socialisthater February 16, 2024 at 10:09 am #

    I will depart for a moment from my usual exposure/bashing of the Communist/Socialist/Fascist Democrat scum elite running the U.S. into the ground, to offer a respectful suggestion to JHK. If you have not done so already, please read Dan Bongino’s books exposing the whole Deep State (blob) plan to destroy America, especially “Follow the Money.” Bongino, in his books, and in his blog, has been years ahead of everyone else in exposing what amounts to the Democrat/RINO overthrow of the U.S. Republic. Also, for what would be a captivating program for both of you, you and Mr. Bongino should do a podcast together on Rumble.

    While your at it, a guest appearance with Tucker Carlson would be a hoot. You three guys (JHK, Bongino, Carlson) would not agree on everything, but you would be a three-headed dragon to lay waste to the Deep State blob. How about it?

    • TruthSeeker1986 February 16, 2024 at 10:15 am #

      I hear the word Rhino a lot, but Republicans also love money just as much as the Democrats do. It’s kind of foolish to sit here and pretend that The Democrats are the only dirty ones when both Democrats and Republicans serve the very people. Thats why they never try to even stop them half of the time.

      • Opie February 16, 2024 at 10:28 am #

        I was listening to some podcast while nodding off to sleep last night. It was an exposé about swingers and their meetups. They followed meetings around the country, fascinating ,yet creepy . One thing they said that perked my ear was that the majority of these people consider themselves republicans. Only surprised me for about a tenth of a second. I bet they all go to mega church’s as well.

        • C.O.Jones February 16, 2024 at 10:44 am #

          @Opie – Trump’s “strategist” Roger Stone is notorious for trafficking his wife at swinger events. Dude oozes slime.

          Since his arrest, he has disavowed all such behavior. I can only hope he is sincere in his embrace of Jesus.

          Any protege of Lee Atwater should be met with a healthy dose of skepticism but anybody can be forgiven.

          • Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 10:49 am #

            I’m amazed at the number of people who have no idea about Roger Stone.

          • C.O.Jones February 16, 2024 at 11:00 am #

            I wondered why my skin would crawl at the sound of Stone’s voice and then when I read about his tendencies I thought “yeah, that sounds about right.” Did you know his wife is deaf?

            What a prince!

      • JohnAZ February 16, 2024 at 10:37 am #


        RINO is Republican in name only. They are both equally pro-Deep State, and anti-populist.

        Ever think about that, the Deep State’s main target is the MAGA folks, the populists. The Deep State is set against the people, the people that count, that produce, that pay the taxes. The Mob will be in Deep Shit when the taxpayers follow Greg Abbott down the yellow brick road.

        Separate the establishment Republicans from the MAGA folks, the RINOS are traitors to the people, the ones that count.

        • TruthSeeker1986 February 16, 2024 at 11:18 am #


          yeah except people have accused Abbot of being a fraud, and is actually helping some of the illegals get into States like California because he keeps rounding them up and bussing them off to these Blue States. Which honestly is still helping them get into the U.S. illegally regardless if he’s doing it to spite Democrat Govs. And someone here even once accused him of being part of WEF. I know little about Abbot so I’ll just reserve judgement and see how far this border thing goes.

          • Jarek February 16, 2024 at 1:24 pm #

            It’s theatre. Eagle Pass is just one crossing. The rest of Texas is wide open. That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t make the most of it though. If we win at Eagle Pass, maybe we can win in the rest of Texas.

            At least Abbott gave us the opportunity. He can’t do much more than that if no one else steps up.

          • Paula D February 16, 2024 at 2:55 pm #

            He’s helping get people into California? They can come right over the California/Mexico border. They don’t have to go through Texas.

            As for Chicago, NY, and Washington DC, etc., they asked for it by becoming sanctuary cities. Also, Martha’s Vinyard, which was my personal favorite.

            It is ridiculous to think that Abbot is the only one providing buses to the interior US.
            The Border Patrol hands out bus and plane tickets to wherever they want to go.

          • TruthSeeker1986 February 18, 2024 at 2:01 am #


            Still doesn’t change the fact that he’s guilty of bussing them off to other States. And I never said he was the only one providing them with help to get here.

    • Jarek February 16, 2024 at 1:21 pm #

      Dan is Zio-War Monger. He doesn’t understand that the Democrats and Republicans are mostly friends back in the locker room. The Zios certainly all are.

    • Ned February 16, 2024 at 4:11 pm #

      I second that motion.

  15. cheryl February 16, 2024 at 10:20 am #

    Buckle up. 2024 is going to be a wild ride.

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    • BackRowHeckler February 16, 2024 at 10:33 am #

      I’m curious how this Ukraine/Russia conflict will end up. I suspect it will just sort of fizzle out when no more billions are forthcoming from the USA & the EU. If Ukraine does get more cash it will simply prolong the bloodshed and delay the inevitable, which is Russia holding Crimea & the eastern Provinces. Ukraine doesn’t have the manpower and the Collective West doesn’t have the funds or equipment to keep up the fight much longer.

      • Paula D February 16, 2024 at 10:58 am #

        I think it will stop soon, at which point the Mighty Wurlitzer will switch tunes, and you will never hear the word “Ukraine” pass again from the lips of the squawking heads.

        The US will move on to Moldova or Kazakhstan, or wherever they can buy some local terrorists to stir up trouble.

        • cheryl February 16, 2024 at 11:13 am #

          Maybe forced to become entangled more than we already are in Taiwan.

          • mary.m February 16, 2024 at 12:36 pm #

            Maybe. But “We” may need to bolster our self-image by pulverizing a weakling 1st.

            A genocide of Palestinians could do the trick.

      • cheryl February 16, 2024 at 11:12 am #

        The new term for money laundering is foreign aid. The blob will keep the money flowing one way or another. Whatever it takes. I believe we will see some horrific things this year. Whether it be civil war, marshal law or what have you. Many people will be killed for their political, religious beliefs on both sides. I know we’ve seen some of that now, but truly, we haven’t seen anything yet.

      • mary.m February 16, 2024 at 12:34 pm #

        Russia is liberating Avdeevka as we write. That is a major turning point. The entire front line will be collapsing very soon. Possibly during the next mud season.

        • Paula D February 16, 2024 at 3:00 pm #

          The nazis have been shelling Donetsk City from Avdeevka for 10 years.
          Even with the Russian closing in, they still find time to kill civilians. They shelled Donetsk again last week.

          But I notice that the last two biggest atrocities were committed in Belgorod, a city within Russian borders (pre-2022).

          They just killed 10 people, including 3 children, at a market there.

          There are Americans who support these terrorist acts, because they have been programmed to hate Russians, and they are stupid enough to go along with it.

          • BackRowHeckler February 16, 2024 at 7:01 pm #

            Paula, you seem to follow the Ukraine situation pretty closely so I’ll ask you this.

            Why doesn’t Russia just finish off Ukraine and put an end to this war? Or at least neutralize the Ukranian army and roll it back up to Kiev? In the long run it would save a lot of lives & a lot of treasure. Putin would have to commit more Divisions, more equipment etc. But from what I’ve read he has plenty to spare. What’s holding him back in your opinion?

          • Anthea February 17, 2024 at 1:11 am #

            @ BackRowHeckler:

            I don’t know as much about this stuff as Paula does, but my guess is that one reason is that Russia does not want to destroy Kiev. It is a historic Russia city. Much of the reason for Russia’s measured approach to this was arises from an unwillingness to kill any more “brother Slavs” than necessary, and probably from an unwillingness to destroy any more infrastructure than necessary. The destruction of infrastructure tends to be genocidal, as people have no access to clean water (for starters), public sanitation in general, fuel for heat, cooking, and washing, and food.

            Another reason is that Russia probably doesn’t want to end up ruling Ukraine. The place is such a busted, corrupt, broke-ass state that it would be a huge liability for a very long time. Much of the country will need to be rebuilt as it is–an immense cost.

            In addition, suppose Russia were to completely conquer and control all of Ukraine. How would the US/NATO respond? Would they continue to shell the Russians from neighboring Eastern European countries, as well as from Finland and even Sweden? What I’m saying is, even the complete defeat of the entirety of Ukraine would not necessarily mean the end of the war.

          • BackRowHeckler February 17, 2024 at 8:08 am #

            Good points Anthea. Thanks.

          • Paula D February 17, 2024 at 7:54 pm #

            I agree with Anthea. I think that the point of Putin’s history lecture was that Ukrainians and Russians are the same people. They just got caught on the wrong side of post-war drawn border lines.

            The Nazis in Lvov are Poles caught behind the same drawing of lines.
            Ditto the Hungarians and Romanians. I think that’s why Putin gave a broad hint in the Tucker interview that borders may have to be redrawn again to reflect the wishes of the populations involved.

            So Putin really thinks of most Ukrainians as fellow Russians and he knows that the US/NATO plan is for every last Ukrainian to be killed so that Blackrock and Monsanto can move in and grab up that sweet black soil. I think that one of those people at the Munich Security Conference just repeated that yesterday. If I run across the quote again, I’ll come back and post it.

            Russia could completely flatten Ukraine and kill every Ukrainian there and it wouldn’t stop the US plan to overthrow the Russian government, divide the country into parts, and move in again to loot its resources. So there is no point in doing such a thing to their Slavic family.

            And yeah, they plan on rebuilding. So better to limit the destruction to a few cities, rather than the entire country.

          • Paula D February 17, 2024 at 7:56 pm #

            I saved this woman’s letter, written at the start of the SMO, because I thought it expressed the view so eloquently.

            A message from Natascha Janssen in the Netherlands:
            “As many of you may know, my mother was born in the former Soviet Union, in Ukraine, where my extensive family is a mix of Russi@ns and Ukraini@ns. Because of this, I feel called to share my vision on the developments in Ukraine.
            With my Russian/Ukrainian roots, I love both nations very much, centuries-old brotherly nations merging with each other. When you asked my Ukrainian-born mother if she felt more Russian than Ukrainian, she replied, ‘That’s a weird question I have no answer to. There is a difference in our language, our music and dance but our hearts are one.’
            This is how I was raised and spent 40 years — the most beautiful holidays of my life — in love and togetherness, experienced in Russia and Ukraine, in the former Soviet Union.
            It’s good that everyone in the Netherlands is now speaking out against waging a war. No one supports war.
            But why was everyone silent when that war started 8 years ago?
            Why didn’t everyone swear at the slaughter of thousands of citizens in Eastern Ukraine?
            Why didn’t everyone swear at Ukraine for not following the Minsk agreements?
            Where was everyone who looked away when 52 people were burnt alive in Odessa?
            Where was everyone who thought it was fine that a 2014 elected government was overthrown and a major European country was taken over by bunch of neo-nazis?
            Where was everyone when the Ukrainian regime took away from Russian Ukrainians their basic human rights?
            Speaking Russian was banned, the right to pensions disappeared for Russians, and children who spoke Russian and had Russian names were no longer welcome at school.
            Where was everyone when torch rallies were organized by neo nazis spouting slogans like “Russians on the gas”?
            And finally, where was everyone who was silent when large parts of this beautiful country, once Europe’s grain barn, were sold to banks and investors for an apple and an egg, e.g. exploitation for genetic manipulations of Monsanto and Europe’s latest mega bio industry?
            My niece in Ukraine saw such a factory farm built in front of her house. The incessant screaming of those animals packed so close together, and then those big deafening silences…
            Take note: In Ukraine there was only one small-scale breed of beef before the country came into the possession of western block.
            Ukraine has been transformed into a vassal of the West for 8 years. A colony. And all this at the expense of man, animal, nature and environment.
            So why only now is the compassion of the people channeled into rage against the war?
            The Ukrainian population has been living in war for 8 years. Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians have already fled to Russia, including my relatives, like my niece and her family.
            Of course I know that most people have no idea about this side of the story because our news service gives a very one-sided picture of the situation. I’m now providing that information from the other side. Do what you will, but silence is no longer an option for me.
            I can only hope that peace will come soon for ALL Ukrainians, Russian and Ukrainian speakers.”

            Finally: I have been a member of the Party for the Animals .With a heartache and a great illusion part, I just quit my party membership . I have joined because of the view that the interests of human, animal, nature and environment always prevail over profit defeat by exploitation of human, animal and nature .
            Unfortunately, I haven’t or hardly heard ‘my’ party for the last 8 years about the violations of human, animal and nature rights in Ukraine .
            That’s why I have no choice but to withdraw myself, I want to be able to look at myself straight in the mirror . And I don’t want to wrong my late mother’s postum . After all, I learned everything from her about respect for every human being, regardless of their origin, and respect and love for animals and nature .
            I will erase reactions with threats, bullying and caste like ‘All Russians are dead’ .
            I’ve already received too many of these in my inbox . Just like many Russians living in the Netherlands .

          • Paula D February 17, 2024 at 8:00 pm #

            This is how they turned the Ukies into Russian haters.
            They started with the kids.
            This reminds me of CRT and the trans shit they are teaching American children from very young ages.

            “The year is 2015.
            The little Ukrainian girl is wearing a Hello Kitty t-shirt that says “love cat.”
            She looks to be about four or five years old, maybe younger.
            She is holding a knife in her tiny hands.
            From off camera, her father says, “Marinochka, will you cut Russians?”
            He uses a slur for “Russians.”
            “Yes!” She shouts.
            “What will you do to them?” He asks.
            She shrieks: “I WILL CUT RUSSIANS!”
            She repeats this phrase several times and makes little thrusting motions with the knife.
            Then she gives a Nazi salute. “Sieg Heil!” She says, “Sieg Heil!”
            Her father laughs.”


          • Ron Anselmo February 17, 2024 at 10:42 pm #

            thanks Paula.

          • TruthSeeker1986 February 18, 2024 at 2:04 am #

            @Paula D

            Just like Americans supporting Israel.

  16. bobfitz03 February 16, 2024 at 10:33 am #

    Watching the madness unspool, I once again ask, “Is there a factory somewhere that spits out these people out?”

    Seriously, where does the Blob find them all? There seems to be an endless supply of ethically void, incompetent, liberal hacks lining up to commit treason and fraud for 15 minutes of fame and a quick payday.

    I am sure Barack Obama fancies himself quite the puppet master. In reality, he’s riding herd over the most dysfunctional dipshit-go-round in recorded history. Sleazy, stupid, backstabbing, Commie punks, jerking off while stumbling toward oblivion.

    Never mind the fact the “smoldering bonfires” were ALL lit by St. Barry himself. Truth has no place in the kingdom of lies.

    • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 10:47 am #

      “Is there a factory somewhere that spits out these people out?”

      Yes. The American University system.

    • Lyndy33 February 16, 2024 at 12:09 pm #

      Where? Northeast Universities are the nest from which they hatch.

    • Anthea February 17, 2024 at 1:37 am #

      I think people used to be quite a bit more honest.

      Dishonesty seems to turn into a geometric progression. When people see that crookedness is rewarded, they may decide to continue to be honest. But pretty soon it becomes difficult to engage in any kind of gainful employment that isn’t crooked. Every job demands some degree of lying and cheating, if you want to get ahead–or even if you want to keep your job. Eventually it becomes difficult to even survive without dishonesty. It has probably long been difficult to earn a high income without dishonesty.

      The top 1% probably came to terms with that long ago. They now take it for granted that one of the requirements for earning a very high income is to ditch every moral scruple. One good example of this is the way doctors conducted themselves during covid–and the way they continue to conduct themselves re the vaccines.

      I think the geometric progression of corruption in this country has reached the point where there aren’t a lot of honest people left. Part of the reason is that there aren’t a lot of ways for honest people to stay alive.

      • Ron Anselmo February 17, 2024 at 11:27 am #

        Anthea – I’ve had this same notion for a very long time, but not as eloquent as you. You captured the thought exactly.

        Many things are legal, but not necessarily right from a moral standpoint – many use this to assuage their conscience – those that still have one.

        In the worst cases, eventually they lose that too. There’s no going back at that point.

  17. Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 10:35 am #

    France passed a law that can put people in prison for being critical of therapeutic treatments recommended by the government.

    • sadlycdn February 16, 2024 at 11:06 am #

      So Russia had another mishap with a Putin foe…..shocking….of course it’s sad and of course Putin is very very ruthless but guess what…..thats how you stay in power in Russia…..China….Iran…..Ukraine….Canada..etc and yes America…I can keep going…..We can Epstien anyone anywhere anytime…Seth Rich made the mistake of underestimating Hillary…..China murders people on a daily basis but that really doesn’t count for most…off to Walmart….most of the time thou ….western civilization would just rather just ruin you with phoney charges or have the IRS make an unexpected visit…..in the end we must strive for better and that starts with our own corruption….good luck with that

    • anmariwakaranai February 16, 2024 at 1:22 pm #

      Specifically mrna therapies “”.

  18. Paula D February 16, 2024 at 10:37 am #

    Meanwhile, in Russia, which throws its political opponents into jail, which is the epitome of totalitarianism unless the US does it, Putin’s “chief opponent”, who got 1% of the vote, has died in jail.
    Just like Epstein and Lira. Oh, wait, no. It’s a tragedy and proof that Russia is not democratic.
    Unlike Pakistan and the USA, which can throw actual popular leaders into prison. There it is a sign that No one is above the law.

    Also, an informant who told the FBI about the bribes that the Bidens took from Burisma, has been arrested for perjury.

    Looks like the fixers are extra busy.

    • cowbell81 February 16, 2024 at 10:56 am #

      I wouldn’t put it past the Deep State to try and make Trump disappear or die (or Biden given all the current mental deficits he is facing).

      Honestly, in order to fully clear the swamp, we need someone like Trump to hold high office for a lot longer than a 4 or 8 year term. The constitutionally mandated term limit just isn’t going to cut it for everything that needs doing.

      Putin has been president of Russia since at least 2012, and look at all the great accomplishments he has made. We need something like that here in the USA to get things done!

      ##The Iron Fist

      His gaze, a frost-kissed river, flows with icy might,
      A stoic visage, veiled in Kremlin’s dim light.
      The iron fist concealed in velvet gloves,
      A dance of power, where shadows weave their troves.

      ## Siberian Winds

      From **Leningrad’s** frozen embrace he emerged,
      A KGB lieutenant, secrets tightly submerged.
      The **Siberian winds** etched resilience in his bones,
      A man of few words, yet a symphony of thrones.

      • Paula D February 16, 2024 at 11:03 am #

        We can see them trying to make Trump quit or go to prison. It’s happening now, in real time.

        Would they actually kill him? Yes, if they are ready to kick off the civil war.
        That would be the trigger, guaranteed.

        Would they kill Biden? Maybe. That would be the easiest way to get rid of him.
        And they would blame it on some racist MAGA follower, in order to make it illegal to oppose the Blob.

        • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 3:41 pm #

          Trump being assassinated triggering a civil war? Not likely. Americans are like walking punching bags. After covid? You can keep hitting them over and over again and all they do in retaliation is download more porn, sniff more drugs and go shopping.

      • anmariwakaranai February 16, 2024 at 1:38 pm #

        Bare back bear rider
        Fishing with no shirt
        Dare to disagree with him
        Long sleep in the dirt

        Cowboy prince of the Russian steppe
        Recently converted
        ruler for a generation
        Almost unperverted

        Cannot quite believe the hype
        It nearly gets me going
        Reality is more oblique
        Than hero’s tales we’re hearing

        …but I so wanna believe.

        We had Christ without the cross
        Russia had the cross without Christ
        the inversion is here
        Brutal and rife

  19. stelmosfire February 16, 2024 at 11:02 am #

    Being the pessimist that I am I believe that in the grand game of ringolevio playing out in front of us it’s going to be ollie ollie oxen-free for the whole bunch of these evil purps.

  20. Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 11:04 am #

    Travis Kelce is getting some kind of green energy tax credits to produce a film.

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    • sadlycdn February 16, 2024 at 11:29 am #

      I saw that……what’s next for him?….reality series….winning horse in Kentucky Derby…maybe Kelce electric cars….I wish he would dissappear for a while….but looks like it’s going to be more not less

      • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 3:09 pm #

        Well, the 49ers could have dispatched the Kelce-Swift curse that we are all enduring, even non-football fans, but alas, they failed to do so. So we will endure another year of this nonsense. Even if you don’t watch football, you can’t escape it. I was in the grocery checkout line and one of filthy tabloids had “Mama Kelce and her favorite recipes” on the cover. What the hell has Mama Kelce done to be worthy of praise and adulation other than raise two foul mouthed, drunkard, angry jock sons who can catch a ball and run fast. Baffles me no end.

        • Organist1022 February 16, 2024 at 5:07 pm #

          Jason is not Travis.

          He doesn’t catch a ball, neither does he run very fast. He is happily married with three small daughters. Yes they’re both raucous and loud, and enjoy some brew but one of them radiates warmth and large humanity – and the other has dead eyes that radiate nothing. Some discernment is in order.

    • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 11:57 am #

      Travis Kelcei is a walking piece of shit. His disrespect towards his elderly coach showed who he really is. Pathetic.

      • sadlycdn February 16, 2024 at 12:15 pm #

        I agree 100%……he’s above any rules that would apply to anyone else….I was disappointed in Reid taking it the way he did…..he should have been sent to the showers….Swift gives him cover to do what he wants….its amazing the clout she has….that’s his kryptonite

        • cowbell81 February 16, 2024 at 12:23 pm #

          He will soon be destroyed and spitten out by Swift, just like all her past paramours. She is a complete leech and does nothing good for a man. She has probably never even put out to her former lovers. Look what she did to John Mayer.

          • Organist1022 February 16, 2024 at 5:08 pm #

            If they had lost the game she’d already be writing the next album. As it stands, she’ll hang on awhile.

        • Jarek February 16, 2024 at 1:32 pm #

          How old is he? Swift is 34. As Candace Owen said in regards to her chugging beer on camera, At least she’s larping as a college student now, and not an angst ridden teenager.

          Travis is for more gun control. A real good old boy!

          • Daddyotis February 16, 2024 at 2:12 pm #

            And he’s 100% diddly down with getting vaxxed and boosted ad nauseum. Even loyally posted a pic of himself with a bandage on his bicep after taking the shot…smiling smugly as he flexed

      • JackStraw February 16, 2024 at 12:35 pm #

        Andy Reid is a weak excuse for a man after taking that public assault from Kelce and then covering for him later.

        I’m sure Taylor will be dedicating an album to him after she’s tossed him after beating her to a pulp. That dude screams wife beater.

        • BackRowHeckler February 16, 2024 at 1:11 pm #

          These celebrity arrangements very seldom work out; no doubt some kind of tragedy is in the offing.

        • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 3:06 pm #

          Like Tina Turner. Poor woman endured so much abuse at the hands of Ike. Travis Kelce obviously has anger issues. Like I said, the man is pathetic. His only redeeming qualities in life are catching a ball and running real fast. About the same for all professional athletes. And they get paid millions for it.

        • Q. Shtik February 16, 2024 at 3:11 pm #

          Andy Reid is a weak excuse for a man after taking that public assault from Kelce – JackStraw


          What happened? I must have missed this.

          • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 3:45 pm #

            The mighty Kelce had a child like tyrade when Reid pulled him from the game for a series or two. Got in Reid’s face, body bumped him, spit all over him. “put me in coach, put me in coach, I’ll score.” Add about 23 F words to it and you get the jist. Reid just stood there like a hanging gutted halibut and did nothing.

          • BackRowHeckler February 16, 2024 at 6:43 pm #

            Canker, what could Reid do? Kelce is dating tho most popular woman on earth. The success of the entire Superbowl show was dependent on Kelce and Taylor and frequent screen shots of the both of them. I wouldn’t be surprised if Kelce’s tirade was scripted, part of the whole production.

          • TruthSeeker1986 February 18, 2024 at 2:13 am #


            She isn’t the most popular woman on earth…Get real. Maybe the most popular in shitty decaying America. But not the world because the whole world doesn’t listen to her garbage music.

  21. Jimpa February 16, 2024 at 11:19 am #

    To me it’s self evident the Trump is a narcistic sociopath. If you disagree, tell me why. That being said, he appears to be uncontrollable and the Blob hates him. He’s also very vindictive and will go to great lengths to get his enemies. All of these are reasons to want him to obtain the Presidency.

    There may be more to him than the above, with him going thru these myriad absurd court cases which implies at least a modicum of self sacrifice for a greater purpose. That greater purpose may be just his self aggrandizement though. Hard to say, but really who could work in the White House with the man? People like Jared Kushner I guess, probably sociopaths themselves.

    I used to hang out with a sociopath, completely charmed by him and thought he was the greatest. He ended up taking two years of work
    and twenty K from me. Was quite eye opening to see a dozen or so others he did similar to. Trump is the same, just with a much bigger following IMHO.

    But hey, payback’s a bitch. Let the Blob contend with him. They deserve it.

    • JackStraw February 16, 2024 at 12:37 pm #

      He may be a narcissist, but he sure as hell isn’t a sociopath. You’re incorrectly associating your personal failure and projecting it on him.

      • Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 3:29 pm #

        “Narcissist” is less something you are than a descriptor, anyway.

        They took it out of the DSM because it is so overly broad.

        Anybody who runs for high office is being a little bit narcissistic.

      • Jimpa February 16, 2024 at 11:02 pm #

        You may think so, or maybe it’s just I can see the countless tells he exhibits. Let me ask this, Has Trump ever shown the least amount of empathy… for anyone? Sure as hell not a sociopath,… Really?

      • TruthSeeker1986 February 18, 2024 at 2:15 am #

        @Jack Straw

        You missed the entire point of the song which is about being a sociopath but decided to insult me like an ass anyway rather than paying attention to the damn song. Hell a majority of the comments is talking about it. And you don’t know anything about me to make such an assumption anyway.

  22. cowbell81 February 16, 2024 at 11:24 am #

    I thought it utterly hilarious, and someone ironic, that Putin stated he would rather have Biden in office than Trump, since he is a predictable career politician.

    So, is a vote for Biden akin to a vote in favor of Putin? Once could make that argument. That ought to make the Wokie’s heads spin.

  23. cowbell81 February 16, 2024 at 11:28 am #

    And now we have “Blaxit”. They don’t call it the “Dark Continent” for nothing. Let ’em go! Make pappy proud.


    Some Black Americans who move to Africa never get the resolution they sought. Adwoa Yeboah Asantewaa Davis, 52, a therapist who moved from Washington, D.C., to Accra, Ghana, in 2020, said that Black Americans considering the move to escape racism should try therapy first — because the trauma of years of discrimination will not disappear with a change of setting, and may even resurface when they are foreigners in Africa.

    “You’re coming here and you’re expecting that everybody’s Black, so I’m going to be OK,” Ms. Davis said. “But then you get here and then you’re being ‘othered’” — viewed as different and separate.

    The “othering” goes both ways. Some Ghanaians feel discrimination from Black Americans, said Ekua Otoo, 36, a Ghanaian in Accra. Black American communities there can be insular, she said, and their businesses often prefer to hire Black Americans, or Indians and Lebanese, for senior positions, while qualified Ghanaians are excluded or underpaid. “If you’re leaving the U.S. to come to Ghana thinking about ‘I’m coming to the motherland,’ at least treat us right,” Ms. Otoo said.

    And then there’s the exodus back to the United States. Despite big plans for new homes and businesses, many Black Americans who move to Africa do not stay.

    Omosede Eholor, 31, moved to Accra in 2015 after becoming enamored of the city while studying abroad there. But she decided to leave in 2020 because she felt she was missing out on life back home in New York and the big events of family and friends. And she began to feel that the daily stresses around frequent power outages and cultural differences were changing her for the worse, making her quick to anger.

    “How much of yourself are you losing in the process of trying to adapt to a culture?” Ms. Eholor said. Ghana was not going to adapt to her.

    Erieka Bennett, 73, the founder of the nonprofit Diaspora African Forum, said that Black Americans came to Ghana “in droves” in 2020 — and they are still coming. But Ms. Bennett, who has lived in Africa for 40 years, said that many Americans are not cut out for life in Africa, and she urged those considering the move to visit first. “Africa is not for everybody,” she said.

    • Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 11:57 am #

      White people never move to a random European country just because there are whites there.

      It’s funny, I see droves of Africans in Walmart and Aldi here.

    • BackRowHeckler February 16, 2024 at 12:43 pm #

      Seems similar to the Back to Africa/Liberia movement from 200 years ago. Except then thousands of American ex slaves & free blacks — when the arrived in the ‘Motherland’ — set up plantations like they’d known in the South ~ and they were the masters! The Americans were appalled by the natives (especially human sacrifice & cannibalism) and did not mix with them, in fact exercised a Supremacy that lasted for over a century.

    • Jarek February 16, 2024 at 1:36 pm #

      Well Whites do move to escape radical cultural change. Many German have moved to Hungary for example or Californians to Idaho. Whether they’re honest enough to admit that they were trying to get away from the Brown people that the Liberal brought in is another question.

    • Jarek February 16, 2024 at 1:38 pm #

      I worked with Black Africans. Their opinions of Black Americans were negative in the extreme. These guys needed to get fitted with their Klan robes.

      But should they stay, their children will assimilate to the Black American triumphalism and supremacism. Why wouldn’t they?

      • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 3:47 pm #

        Had a family of blacks move into our neighborhood. From Haiti. Very good people, hard working, devoted Christians. He too has a low opinion of black Americans. Has a bitchin accent too.

        • Paula D February 17, 2024 at 8:09 pm #

          We had Haitian neighbors for a while. Yes, very nice and hard working.
          Their younger son and my son became BFFs. He was very sweet
          Their older son rode the school bus with my daughter. My daughter said that he was bullied and harassed by kids for being ”too white”.
          He was as black as could be, and the kids hassling him had a white mother, but he took school seriously, studied and did his homework, so that made him ”white”.
          He probably turned out fine, once he got out of school.

          When we moved, my son and his friend wrote to each other for a while. I watched as the younger son’s letters turned into complaining about being black in America. I know he didn’t learn that at home, he learned that in school.

          So yeah, he probably got caught up in black culture, I’m guessing. And I doubt that he turned out well, although he was a great little boy.

          • TruthSeeker1986 February 18, 2024 at 2:20 am #

            @Paula D

            lol just because you had a few neighbors who were Haitian doesn’t mean they are “nice and hard working” I hear people say the same BS about Mexicans. Meet maybe one or two and assume the whole population is hardworking, it’s a joke.

      • TruthSeeker1986 February 18, 2024 at 2:22 am #


        Look how they are acting in Europe. But they try to talk and pretend that they are more civilized than ordinary Blacks in America. I wonder if Blacks in the U.S. is even aware of what Africans think or do they still believe the ass kissing white race is the most racist?

  24. mrjlc38 February 16, 2024 at 11:28 am #

    Same movie over and over. Useless to read about. Who cares about people being taken to court. In fact that notion pisses me off. I hope this country falls. I love the country I had but it seems no one else does. We need a call to action and violence, not….you’ll be on the wrong side of history “….go fuck yourself , who cares about that. Tired of words, his words, her words, God’s words….all of them feckless and unable to even fail if failure was all there was. This is all one big threat….well bring it then. Otherwise stfu

    • gustafson.robert.22 February 16, 2024 at 11:39 am #

      The faster the US is 50 separate little countries, or even more, the better.

    • anmariwakaranai February 16, 2024 at 1:47 pm #

      Don’t you worry mr buckaroo, God’s gonna bring it on in extremus pronto. 😉

      • Cankerpuss February 16, 2024 at 3:49 pm #

        God? No likely. God is off playing tiddlywinks with his buddies having given up on his totally illogical human creation when they rejected and crucified his son. We are on our own Amanaawakaakaariri.

  25. MiTurn February 16, 2024 at 11:32 am #

    “civil war, nuclear war, economic collapse, maybe all three.”

    How about dis-federation, that is a break up of the union? I think it is the most probable and plausible outcome.

    Look at how many states are monetizing gold and silver and starting their own state depositories. It’s not just ‘because’….

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    • cowbell81 February 16, 2024 at 11:36 am #

      If the USA factionalizes, can I get a refund on my old US Passport card? I will want to travel in safety and freedom from one Red Nation to another Red Nation.

  26. reggiezz February 16, 2024 at 11:47 am #

    Think about the domestic implications of our new era of cheap drones and missiles. It means that no asset above sea level in hostile territory is viable. Ships, tanks, military bases, cities and even small countries, if surrounded by a hostile population, will not see peaceful life again.

    Now picture that map of blue cities surrounded by a sea of red counties.

    If you still live in one of these cities, get out.

    • cowbell81 February 16, 2024 at 11:55 am #

      Let ’em burn, let all the Blue Cities burn! That is what they want anyways. Loot, burn, rape, murder, steal. That is life in the Blue City. An American Dream, if there ever was one, for all the illegals flowing over our southern border.

  27. ATZ942 February 16, 2024 at 12:03 pm #

    Never stops amazing me how you give tRump a free get out of jail pass while whacking on Joltin’ Joe. Indeed our country has become a Coen brothers movie, but pointing fingers at only Biden is comic when the right punishes women for their biology and screams about immigrants and then refuses a bipartisan bill because their tin God tells them to abandon common sense in the name of the bankrupt MAGA cult. Biden thinks more clearly than you do these days. And the vaccine that’s saved millions? And making voting easier? Hard to fathom how far you’ve fallen from your salad days.

    • cowbell81 February 16, 2024 at 12:04 pm #

      Salad days, eh? Sounds to me like you are living the salad spinner lifestyle. Keep spinning those greens!

    • Uncle Abraham February 16, 2024 at 2:17 pm #

      “Joltin’ Joe”?! That was DiMaggio. Biden is Joe Robinette – yes, that is his middle name. Who says God doesn’t exist or have a sense of humor? As for President Trump, his name says it all, too, contrary to your perverse and deranged mind.

    • megabeth February 16, 2024 at 7:25 pm #

      Bleed more.

  28. Lyndy33 February 16, 2024 at 12:17 pm #

    Has anyone noticed the idea that Russia is developing a nuclear satilite killer just after Tucker’s interview with Putin. For those who might have noticed Putin went on for two hours of some background history and up-to-date discription of his position in the world without a teleprompter or notes. “You know, the thing.”

    • JackStraw February 16, 2024 at 12:30 pm #

      The timing of it right after losing the funding vote tells you it’s just another lie to manipulate the morons.

      To believe anything this government or the media spews out is a clear indication of a non-functioning brain.

    • anmariwakaranai February 16, 2024 at 1:53 pm #

      Russian space nukes = nada.

      Nothing to get fret about…

      • anmariwakaranai February 16, 2024 at 2:05 pm #

        Het not fret.

        • Q. Shtik February 16, 2024 at 3:17 pm #

          Het up, not just het.

          • anmariwakaranai February 16, 2024 at 6:08 pm #

            U got me there Qbert.

          • BackRowHeckler February 16, 2024 at 6:47 pm #

            Still busting balls, huh Q?

            How’s life without Peter in the house? A little boring?

  29. Ron Anselmo February 16, 2024 at 12:32 pm #

    Sorry, but the Navalny outrage and investigation need to get in line.

    1) Jeffrey Epstein
    2) Gonzalo Lira
    3) Navalny

    Motherfucking hypocrites.

    • GoldenRoad February 16, 2024 at 1:52 pm #

      I’ll say Navalny gets head of the line privileges over Coach Red Pill and Child Chase Epstein. There is some moral high ground beyond your partisanship, and he is on it.

      • Ron Anselmo February 16, 2024 at 3:17 pm #

        Look beyond the decedents. You have to scratch below the surface. I’m not surprised at the shallowness of your reply. I know it’s hard. Try harder.

    • anmariwakaranai February 16, 2024 at 1:59 pm #

      I say jhk should do a piece on Julianne Assange before it’s too late.

      Hero or traitor?
      Depends who you are,
      Nearer or later
      The state goes too far.

      If I told the truth to lies
      Would I be a prophet in your eyes?
      Or a martyr to barter
      In the neon blue skies?

      Are any of us safe
      How can we prepare?
      When already we swallowed the poison
      The Hemlock, if you dare.

      • anmariwakaranai February 16, 2024 at 2:00 pm #

        Oh and rip Navalny.

    • mary.m February 16, 2024 at 3:49 pm #

      Soon to include Assange.

  30. WadeWaters February 16, 2024 at 1:27 pm #

    During the latter years of the Soviet Union the leaders were these old guys. Brezhnev, Andropov. Zero charisma, and who knows how or why they were promoted to lead. They were the figureheads but who was actually running things?

    Can’t help but see the parallels with Joe Biden. Who’s making the decisions? That laughable idea that the adults were back in charge.
    Yes, and things are about to collapse here as well.

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  31. GoldenRoad February 16, 2024 at 1:50 pm #

    Let’s see if the “alt” facts journalists can actually produce the conjectured source vs. talking about how they simply heard it exists on Faux News.

    • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 8:06 pm #


  32. neurodoc February 16, 2024 at 1:59 pm #

    All of this so called ‘tutoring’ of subpar DAs, and other dem attorneys involved in the Trump lawfare attacks, sounds like a massive affirmative action program. Kind of like barry soetoro’s college experience, if such actually exists. One would think that a DA would not need ‘tutoring’ by people associated with the white house and the communist, er, democrat party apparatus. Quite telling. Idiocracy is real and playing out in front of us. Amerika is dead. No long exists. Deal with it!!!!

    • neurodoc February 16, 2024 at 2:00 pm #

      No longer exists.

    • Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 3:43 pm #

      That’s DIE for you. That’s why I get so furious with RFK Jr. when he comes out in support of affirmative action and worse yet, reparations.

      The people who push that stuff are all doing pretty well, but we are supposed to believe that because they had one 5th great grandparent who may possible have suffered some hardship under slavery, which was not something the American government invented for whites to do to black Africans, they have been irreparably harmed, unless of course the rest of us pony up some money for them.

      Speaking of Barry, I recall the July 2008 “fist bump” cover of the New Yorker, which was mocking all of us prejudiced folks who saw Barack and his wife as some kind of radicals, because we couldn’t wrap our heads around the idea of a black president.

      In hindsight, I see it as a way of labeling anybody who saw them as they really were, as an alt-right conspiracy theorist, because that cover was fairly close to the truth.

      • neurodoc February 16, 2024 at 4:02 pm #

        barry soetoro wasn’t a black president; he was half black/half white communist, or as some would say, a mulatto.

      • cbeard February 17, 2024 at 8:48 am #

        Yes, and its a goddamned shame that he’s one of the very few who are telling the truth about covid and the vaccines. I would rather watch the world burn than to pay reparations. Hell, they owe white Americans reparations.

  33. jim February 16, 2024 at 2:06 pm #

    “Everywhere you look, you see madcap characters disgracing themselves, while doing their bit to burn the whole country down.”

    What are the origins of such madcap behavior?

    To what extent is it ideological (Left or Right or whatever)

    To what extent is it downloaded and apparently quite entrenched perceptions and beliefs from Moms and Dads, Aunts and Uncles, Grandpas and Grandmas?

    Where do out self-deceptions reside?

  34. SoftStarLight February 16, 2024 at 2:21 pm #

    Thank you Mr. K for another wonderful post. I hope you are having a wonderful Friday and looking forward to a good weekend. Wishing CFN a happy Friday and wonderful weekend as well xoxo <3

    • cowbell81 February 16, 2024 at 2:45 pm #

      Thanks, same back to you SSL! Hope you’ve had a wonderful week!

      • SoftStarLight February 16, 2024 at 3:04 pm #

        Thank you CB!! I can’t complain lol. I hope you’ve had an amazing week as well :0)

    • Ron Anselmo February 16, 2024 at 3:50 pm #

      xoxo <3 2u2

      • SoftStarLight February 16, 2024 at 4:23 pm #

        xoxo ;0) Happy Friday Ron!!

  35. Roundball Shaman February 16, 2024 at 3:16 pm #

    “Have you noticed yet that America has turned into a Coen Brothers movie?”

    Either that, or ‘Night of the Living Dead’.

    “Everywhere you look, you see madcap characters disgracing themselves… Yesterday was Fani Willis’s turn…”

    To understand our Times today one must know that there is extreme power and influence in being a member of a protected and privileged Class of Persons and Positions. Sort of like wielding a blank check with unlimited funding and having a universal Get-Out-Of-Jail card. Disgrace is the engine that drives our World. And with that disgrace comes the associated right of never having to answer for what you do or suffer any consequences.

    “… the couple got carried away in the raptures of amour… And then they lied about the details under oath…”

    Remember what Willis said about herself: “You cannot expect Black women to be perfect and save the world. We need to be allowed to stumble. We need grace.”

    Do you hear yourself, ‘Proud Woman of Color!’? Listen to your very own words – carefully.

    If YOU cannot expect YOUR self to perfect and you believe you have the right to stumble and are deserving of grace… then so the hell should all that be extended to your target, Mr. Donald Trump. Or does that only work for those of the ‘Right Look’?

    “… this movie is not over… Stay in your seats.”

    Don’t know about that. Today’s Living Dead Ghouls are everywhere and still hungry and on the prowl. Somebody around you might be passing up the popcorn and use YOU to fill their hunger pangs. Watch out for anyone around you holding a large vat of butter.

    And it would be VERY wise to stay far-the-hell-away from Fulton County, Georgia.

    And in the famous words of the Bee Gees from the 1970s…

    “Fanny… Be Tender With My Love
    You know how easy it is to break me
    Fanny, be tender with my love
    ‘Cause it’s all that I’ve got
    And my love won’t forsake me”

    Maybe the Atlanta Braves should use this as their ‘Walk Up’ music?…

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  36. Paula D February 16, 2024 at 3:18 pm #

    Apparently the propaganda narrative for the proles to obsess about this weekend is the Russian space nuke. (At least it’s not another weather balloon, like last year, amirite? Or Taylor Swift, like last week.)

    Anyway, this reminds me of the old story about the US spending billions to make a pen that could write in space, and the Russians just using a pencil.

    From MoA:
    “Satellites are useless without down-links/receivers and the relevant ones are big and well known, every single one on the entire planet, and not that hard to get rid of.

    Russia can take out Svalbard and everywhere like it whenever they want to.

    Zero need to go to space :):

  37. TPTB-USA February 16, 2024 at 3:24 pm #

    “He (Trump) printed money like there was no tomorrow for COVID.” ~ Socrates-Detroit

    Have a look at this from the perspective that there were numerous intractable issues throughout the world, and the flavor of the day was to use the cover of COVID as an opportunity for leadership throughout the world to address the various issues they were confronted with.

    The chaos and confusion was being amplified, and the example was to use it or lose it.

    Based on the facts at the time, I don’t think anyone can fault Trump for his action. And, once the decision has been made, it is tough to change course, and criticism of others is not justified.

    The perpetrators of COVID are the ones to blame for the money printing, and then we can review which expenses were justified.

    My bet is that it all relates to the 2030 Agenda.

    • Ron Anselmo February 16, 2024 at 3:48 pm #

      “My bet is that it all relates to the 2030 Agenda.” ~ TPTB-USA

      And the papering over of debt since 2009…and the night in September 2019, when the repo market broke overnight…

      • TPTB-USA February 16, 2024 at 4:00 pm #

        The REPO market was a big one.

        They threw the window open 24/7 and changed their definition of “collateral”.

    • Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 3:50 pm #

      I blame him because he was in possession of all the facts he needed and still went with the Chinese Communist response, and even after Dr. Scott Atlas informed everybody of the facts Drs. Fauci and Birx got medals for spreading stuff they made up.

      “Once the decision has been made, it is tough to change course”. That’s what LEADERSHIP is all about.

      Congress and the president who signed off on it are responsible for the money printing.

      He said he would never sign off on another omnibus bill, but he went ahead and did it anyway.

      Every single thing that was done was the wrong thing to do. Everything.

      • TPTB-USA February 16, 2024 at 4:13 pm #

        The hype was that COVID was deadly, Andrew Cuomo was killing patients with ventilators while pounding on the table demanding that Trump provide him with 40,000 more, which did not exist.

        [“I don’t believe you need 40,000 or 30,000 ventilators,” Trump said March 26, 2020, on Fox News. But Cuomo insisted that the worst was yet to come, telling reporters a day later: “Of course you don’t need them today. You need them when you hit the apex, which is 30,000. We’re not there yet.”]

        New York spent $250M on tech to fight Covid that no one uses
        By Joseph Spector

        … and to this day, there are those on the left that still believe Fauci, and question if it came from a lab in China.

        • Beryl of Oyl February 16, 2024 at 4:38 pm #

          It took me about 15 minutes to confirm that the ventilators story was hogwash.

          If anybody didn’t know that, it was because they didn’t look.

          When I first started hearing the nonsense about masks, I went looking for studies I had recently see proving that masks didn’t work against a virus.

          When I saw that they were being taken down, I knew then and there that this was not about a virus.

          • TPTB-USA February 16, 2024 at 5:15 pm #

            We can be thankful that we were exposed to information to refute the MSM narrative.

            But, half the population would still vote for “Joe Biden”. One needs to take into account that this is the water that Trump needed to navigate.

        • TPTB-USA February 17, 2024 at 5:03 pm #

          Taking into account all the variety of issues, like Andrew Cuomo having a temper tantrum on national TV, that have been on display for at least the last 8 years, I can only conclude that there has been an unrelenting “get Trump” agenda that is being planned, coordinated, and executed at a NWO level with military like precision.

          Given the current set of parameters, the best solution I can think of would be to have Trump win the 2024 Presidential election from prison, VP Vivek game the system to allow him to pardon Trump, Vivek then focuses on uniting the population and managing the affairs of state, while Trump mends fences with other world leaders, and with his right hand assistant MTG, they expose and layout in detail the structural flaws that have nearly allowed people like Schiff, Raskin, Mayorkas, “Joe Biden”, etc.; corporations, and entities like the teachers union, the Democratic Party with their unanimous voting record, MSM, CDC, WHO, Open Society Foundations, WEF, etc. to game the system to perfection, and then they enact laws that curtail gaming the system.

          For example, pass a law that would make it illegal to present information in word salad fashion, punishable by being caged in central square and having to continually repeat your concoction until you either went insane or choked to death on it.

          How many people have been inside MTG’s head? Is that because MSM have mastered the execution of a hatchet job?

          Tucker Carlson – Marjorie Taylor Greene (11-30-23)

          The primary criteria for being a member of the 2024 Trump Presidency ought to be that they represent their donor’s, We the People.

      • TPTB-USA February 16, 2024 at 5:05 pm #

        I have in mind that the following was one of those major intractable issues, and Trump’s position was that it was Illinois problem, and that the average US citizen shouldn’t have to bail them out.

        Well, all that changed when COVID came on the scene,

        “Illinois’ pension crisis has been a growing problem for decades, and its negative effects on state residents are well documented.1 Economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic and related government shutdown orders threaten to bring that long-running crisis closer to its breaking point.”

        Pension apocalypse? COVID-19 exposes long-running fragility of Illinois public pensions
        By Adam Schuster

        Beryl of Oyl, I don’t understand how you can say: “Every single thing that was done was the wrong thing to do. Everything.”

        If you were in Trump’s shoes, what would you have done?

        Until someone convinces me otherwise, the perpetrators of COVID are the first ones to blame and prosecute. Then, after discovery, we can discuss the negligence/abuse by others.

    • Socrates-Detroit February 16, 2024 at 4:13 pm #

      Let the record show that under the Biden Administration, even more money, considerably more money, has been created than during the Trump Administration.

      As far as Trump and COVID, I realize it was a stressful, confusing time.

      At the outset, I shared many of the mainstream COVID views, because of the way things were presented. I was conned for a short time.

      To his credit and to YOUR credit, JHK and many commenters here were skeptical or critical right from the outset. Fortunately (for me), I saw the light fairly quickly, in part thanks to all of you.

      Between JHK’s column and many of your comments, I’ve learn things I might not otherwise learn or know, thank you JHK and CFN.

      Even without COVID, we were printing money, just not as much. There has been NO serious effort to reign in budget deficits since Bush Jr took over, and even before. Clinton’s “balanced budget” (balanced only because Social Security was still running a “Surplus” of payroll taxes to expenditures) was the result of gridlock between him and the Republican Congress; the end of the Cold War also depressed military spending for a few years in the 1990s (active duty military were “RIFFed”, aka fired).

      The Trump “tax cut” disproportionately benefitted people who really didn’t need it, but probably cost real revenues.

      Much of the Republican mantra about lower taxes stimulating economic activity is overdone.

      And many of the programs Democrats champion are wasteful, or simply WASTE.

      In this regard, Biden and the Democrats have proven considerably worse than Trump.

      It’s just one of the seemingly intractable issues confronting America. It’s been an issue my whole life.

      • TPTB-USA February 16, 2024 at 4:37 pm #

        Socrates-Detroit, in regard to the printing of money, that which is not being considered is the numbers game aspect, and my suspicions are that those in the know understand that the money supply needs to increase.

        The REPO market was an indicator.

        If so, what is the best way for the US to increase the money supply?

        For an example of the numbers game aspect, consider the following:
        Proof Bitcoin is going to $100,000 in 2024

        If a US$ devaluation is inevitable, where will the money go to side-step it? Chaos and volatility could be a nightmare.

        It is my understanding that a CBDC is the preferred solution to address the problem., and the race is on.

        • cbeard February 17, 2024 at 9:09 am #

          Where will your cbdc or bitcoin be when the power grid goes down? Fools, all.

          • beantownbill. February 17, 2024 at 12:52 pm #


            My thought exactly. If I ever buy bitcoins, which I probably won’t, it would be as a speculative play, not an investment, and I would watch it carefully every day.

          • TPTB-USA February 17, 2024 at 3:17 pm #

            Are you aware of the development of CBDC?

            Central Bank Digital Currency Tracker

            If you were in charge, what would be your solution to a collapsing financial system?

            If a CBDC is implemented, how do you intend to operate?

      • TPTB-USA February 16, 2024 at 7:23 pm #

        “The Trump “tax cut” disproportionately benefitted people who really didn’t need it, but probably cost real revenues.” ~ Socrates-Detroit

        I don’t believe that I could ever impact a decision, so I don’t study this issue to try and determine if I am a winner or loser. Besides I suspect that I will never be smart enough to ever figure it out.

        For your consideration:

        The Trump Tax Cut, the Pass-Through, & Multinationals \

      • Ron Anselmo February 16, 2024 at 11:13 pm #

        “Much of the Republican mantra about lower taxes stimulating economic activity is overdone.

        And many of the programs Democrats champion are wasteful, or simply WASTE.” ~ Socrates-Detroit

        Soc-Det – think of it this way:

        Democrats tax & spend.

        Republicans don’t tax & spend.

        It’s a spending problem.

        • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 7:47 pm #

          Republicans don’t tax but they DO spend. Hence $8T was added to the ‘debt’ between 2017 & 2021.

          • Ron Anselmo February 18, 2024 at 11:37 pm #

            No shit, Shermanlock. WTF do you think I just said?

      • The Man They Call Zazelle February 16, 2024 at 11:24 pm #

        I said this some years ago on Peak Oil Barrel, maybe also here, to the effect that, if money is debt, and we/it enters a period of relatively-permanent economic contraction, and so society as a whole cannot repay its debt(s), then money loses its meaning.

        That’s also in part why I think a debt jubilee and/or money reset is inevitable, as per economist, Michael Hudson’s suggestion as well.

        • Ron Anselmo February 17, 2024 at 12:24 am #

          Zazzy – I used to think a jubilee would be used as a “twofer” – reduce all debt and be used as incentive to behave in a certain way (get vaccinated?) – a win-win in their eyes.

          Come to realize, no incentive is necessary – if people are simply told to do something – they will. To wit: Close your businesses, go home and sit in your living rooms until we give you the “all clear”.

          The money reset – CBDC – is probably inevitable. Then we’re fuct.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle February 17, 2024 at 12:50 am #

            That’s in large part why, during the past 10 years or so, I’ve been educating myself about wild edibles (and medicinals to a smaller degree), fermentation, distillation, natural building (cob, rammed earth, earthen flooring, thatch, reciprocal roof, timberframe, straw-bale, etc.) and knitting. Well, knitting not as much, since I’ve always loved sweaters– often the classics, like arans, cable-knits and Icelandics.

            Unfulfilled bucket-list item examples: Beekeeping, pickling, vinegar-making & yarn-spinning (maybe also what comes before the spinning– forget the term).

          • The Man They Call Zazelle February 17, 2024 at 12:59 am #

            Even if we don’t get too fuct in our lifetime, learning this sort of fundamental stuff is fun, interesting and lends itself to a stronger sense of independence (such as from corporate prepackages) and self-empowerment.

            Of course I also cook and bake and even cut my own hair. Mind you, I use a professional electric clipper, so it’s ‘cheating’, but it’s paid for itself many times over. It’s also a skill I taught myself that I can now use on others.

            While I have nothing to my name in the way of silver or gold, I could probably barter some of the above skills.

          • Ron Anselmo February 17, 2024 at 1:26 am #

            Zazzy – I think I told you this before – some of your stuff is crystal clear, and some melts my brain. The above two posts are awesome – not only in clarity, but in value of content.

            Everything you mention is soul nourishing – active, not passive, knowledge building and enhances your skill set. It all has intrinsic value – independence and self-empowerment, as you describe (and fun).

            Tangible value – meaning skills for barter value – absolutely. Had that same discussion with my wife earlier tonight. In the not too distant future, those without skills of any sort will. or may, be held in contempt as having to be “carried” by others.

            There will be a lot of those people I’m guessing – better not to one of their kind.

          • Ron Anselmo February 17, 2024 at 1:30 am #

            …better not to “be* one of their kind.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle February 17, 2024 at 5:28 am #

            You need to give up some of these fancy vittles for Lent. Such belt tightening will help you prepare physically and emotionally for the hard times that are coming.” ~ Jarek (to me) February 14, 2024 at 1:11 pm

            The ‘WEF’s of the world, their counterparts & cronies who would seek to ‘manufacture’ our species’ lives, may have a tall order if they are advocating going further down a soul-destroying path, because our species has already lost much of its soul.

            I’ve spent a considerable amount of time trying to wrest it back. The aforementioned has naturally been part of that ongoing process.

            Hard times, yes, likely and already for some, such as the newly-homeless, but of course in other ways, possibly easier and soul-enriching times too.
            Some of the homeless, maybe with some joiners, may decide to start building homes/real communities of their own, without permission, and maybe eventually without official harassment because the former officials, too, will have their hands full with their own changing lives to worry about socially-engineering ours.

            Here’s a reflection of a notion of how humans can work with nature, rather than against it, and replace some of their soul as they do, and live within the limits of nature while at the same time enhancing it and coaxing it to where it wants to go anyway. It is not limited to root bridges:

            Meghalaya. Living Root Bridges.


          • Paula D February 17, 2024 at 8:18 pm #

            I had a sheep dumped on me, long story.

            Anyway, I had to learn how to sheer sheep, because it is too damn hot here in the summer for sheep. There’s a reason they raise them in Scotland.

            I always waited until it was hot to do it, and then I would be wrestling with a couple of hundred pounds of frightened sheep, trying to sheer her close without cutting her skin.
            And then I would have piles of wool, entangled with burrs and sticks. What the hell was I supposed to do with that?

            Then I went to a county fair where old-fashioned wool using was exhibited.

            They had a sheep sheerer, and a carder, and a spinner, and a knitter.

            So I asked the sheep sheerer, “But how do you clean the wool?”
            And he said “Oh, that’s too hard to do by hand. I have that down by a professional using a machine.”

            Well, OK then.

      • TPTB-USA February 18, 2024 at 8:06 am #

        Socrates-Detroit, you point out that MSM failed in their mission to serve the public interest. At this time there is significant evidence that for some time they have not been providing an honest objective assessment of news and events. Furthermore, I think a case could be made that they are serving an agenda, and that various revelations have exposed that public figures and agencies have been complicit in this endeavor, and reluctantly they have had to admit as much. The bottom line is that MSM no longer deserve the respect of the population.

        What is the best way to point out this lack of credibility to the segment of the population that still worships them?

        That which is being promoted after the Tucker Carlson interview is Putin bad, Putin evil, and Tucker is a stooge for providing a platform for Putin.

        Then, within a few days, we hear of the murder of Putin’s opponent, who might have been able to garner 1% of the vote. Joe Biden has gone into scolding mode, and MSM has gone on a horror mode rampage.

        Then the news of the Russian nuclear ‘satellite killer’.

        Last evening Jack Keane told Mark Levin that Putin was positioning assets to attack neighboring countries, and Keane promoted that the West needed to put an end to Putin’s aggression before the situation gets out of control.

        Why would Putin murder an opponent that had no chance of winning an election against him?

        In an attempt to view the situation from Putin’s perspective, one should assume that he is familiar with Gonzalo Lira’s discussion that “Victoria Nuland’s” agenda is to corrupt a government to the point where the country is “prostrate” and the assets can then be stripped, as well as all the activities that she promoted in Ukraine. Putin spent much of the interview walking Tucker (and the World) through all the related history.

        That which I heard, was Putin telling Tucker, and the World, that an offer of cessation of conflict is yet on the table, but essentially all he (Putin) hears is silence. What comes to mind is that Putin made a similar offer prior to his military engagement in Ukraine, and it too was not taken seriously.

        It has been claimed that Gonzalo Lira was murdered in a Ukraine prison, so can Putin claim justification for the murder of Alexei Navalny, or at least get the World’s attention?

        Can Putin claim justification for the murder of Alexei Navalny, because he was Victoria Nuland’s pick for his replacement?

        Then the news that funding for Ukraine is on it’s way.

        Well, by now it should be obvious that the West does not respect Putin, so once again, one should assume that he is initiating engagement and intent on forcing the issue.

        I suspect that this gets serious from here on out, and “Joe Biden” and Lloyd Austin better have a stash of Aces up their sleeves.

        The lack of an honest objective assessment of Tucker Carlson’s interview with Putin is proof positive that they have lost all credibility, are irrelevant, and I would go so far as suggesting that they are engaged in an international coup.

        • TPTB-USA February 19, 2024 at 12:19 am #

          The unspooling of US censorship.

          [The national security state is the main driver of censorship and election interference in the United States. “What I’m describing is military rule,” says Mike Benz. “It’s the inversion of democracy.”]

          Everything You Need to Know about the Government’s Mass Censorship Campaign

  38. devnickle February 16, 2024 at 3:28 pm #

    From Russia gate, to Ukraine, election fraud to J6, the average Dumb, I mean Dem on the street believes the bullshit foisted upon them.

    The Hunter laptop, 51 security experts say it’s Russian fake, just adds fuel to the fuckery fire.

    There’s a word for this leftist chicanery. It’s called “Treason”.

    The average Dumbocrat better do some learnin’ real quick-like, lest they get run over by the Treason Tractor. TM.

    It’s WAAAAY past time to get the hangin’ party started.

    • RCAnderson February 16, 2024 at 3:56 pm #

      And now the US attorney has indicted some Russian guy for providing “false evidence” about Hunter and Joe in Burisma, the upshot of which is to make us think that they’re not still traitorous scam artist/blackmailers but the victims of Russia Russia Russia! It’s really getting old!

      • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 7:44 pm #

        Take another look at the indictment, fool, rather than just writing it off as some Deep State conspiracy to ‘get’ someone.

        The Special Counsel is a Trump-appointed judge, looking into the whole Hunter Biden thing. He found that, after investigation, there was zero proof of what Smirnov alleged. Jeez. Just fuckin’ GOOGLE it.


  39. jim e February 16, 2024 at 3:59 pm #

    “What you talking’ about Willis?” It’s not easy…

    Coen sounds to me like Cohen… Jewish Temple custodians?

    • jim e February 16, 2024 at 4:06 pm #

      tRump gets hit w/another one for 364 Million.

      • jim e February 16, 2024 at 4:13 pm #

        “Their complete lack of contrition and remorse borders on pathological. They are accused only of inflating asset values to make more money. The documents prove this over and over again. This is a venial sin, not a mortal sin. Defendants did not commit murder or arson. They did not rob a bank at gunpoint. Donald Trump is not Bernard Madoff. Yet, defendants are incapable of admitting the error of their ways,” Engoron wrote.

        “Defendants’ refusal to admit error — indeed, to continue it, according to the Independent Monitor — constrains this Court to conclude that they will engage in it going forward unless judicially restrained,” he added.

        • jim e February 16, 2024 at 4:36 pm #

          The absurdly lenient sentence is a travesty of justice.

  40. messianicdruid February 16, 2024 at 4:56 pm #

    ““He who learns must suffer
    And even in our sleep pain that cannot forget
    Falls drop by drop upon the heart,
    And in our own despair, against our will,
    Comes wisdom to us by the awful grace of God.”

    — Agamemnon

    America the favored, pay attention!

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    • The Man They Call Zazelle February 16, 2024 at 5:39 pm #

      “What, me worry?” ~ Alfred E. Neuman

  41. The Man They Call Zazelle February 16, 2024 at 4:58 pm #

    “He [OG] might have posted a link but then he would see it as awaiting moderation.

    It is funny how certain people wait to post deep into the cycle hoping to slide by Jims notice and getting rebuked by the other members of the board.”

    ~ benr February 16, 2024 at 8:24 am

    “Yet I can reply to yours [OG’s] with no problem…

    Particularly when they come at the end of the week, right before the new entry from our host drops.

    In the hopes that I won’t see it and respond.


    ~ Night Owl February 16, 2024 at 7:27 am

    That might be nonsense, guys, as OG can just move it forward, like I have here. I seem to recall OG previously doing just that.

    And as you know, as for me, I reference previous quotes all the time, sometimes from years ago. Presumably, this doesn’t preclude others doing the same. It’s good practice.

    • The Man They Call Zazelle February 16, 2024 at 5:03 pm #

      Correction: [OG] should be [gustafson.robert.22], except in some of my bits at the end, which could of course include whoever.

    • The Man They Call Zazelle February 16, 2024 at 5:09 pm #


      Kunstler.com has apparently been modding its site’s modus operandi for the past little while, so what may have been working before might ‘break’.

    • benr February 16, 2024 at 6:20 pm #

      Have you not noticed that certain poster refused to acknowledge when their ears have been pinned back for past lies?
      Slimy does not even begin to describe some of these Socialist loving dirtbags.

      • The Man They Call Zazelle February 16, 2024 at 11:13 pm #

        I have not noticed. That’s between you and Rob I guess.
        Sometimes, too, I’ll just shut ‘the news’ off for a stretch and maybe pretend that I live in a relocalized community that has little idea of what is happening even 100 miles away.

      • gustafson.robert.22 February 17, 2024 at 6:47 am #

        If this is directed at me, you’re an idiot, benr. If not, carry on.

        • benr February 17, 2024 at 3:12 pm #

          No not about you gussie but hey if the shoe fits then wear it.

  42. bob February 16, 2024 at 5:21 pm #

    All this conflict and disorder does not reflect well on the human condition. The human condition is a consciousness issue. Change the condition with a shift of consciousness out of fear.

  43. The Man They Call Zazelle February 16, 2024 at 5:21 pm #

    My career was from 1968 thru 1972…we had no laptops to limit our imagination…we had doughnuts for that…” ~ elysianfield, February 16, 2024 at 11:51 am

    Ya, I figured you might split that laptop hair. Was Krispy Kreme donuts around then at least?

    If not, I don’t know how you managed as most of the midnight-hour donuts were shite, at least over here. Dry, stale, hard, tasteless. Like much of State-controlled society. One big midnight ‘cop-worthy’ donut.

    In any case, that’s a short career. What did you do after? Homicide detective? Paper-pushing? What made you change? Shot the wrong guy? Realized that working as a cop sucked shit and that you were stabbing too many of your people in the back?

    • Beryl of Oyl February 17, 2024 at 8:58 am #

      There was a time, when a place called Dunkin’ Donuts made their doughnuts fresh, every four hours, 24 hours a day.

      The waitress served you coffee in a real coffee cup.

    • elysianfield February 17, 2024 at 11:12 am #

      “What made you change? Shot the wrong guy? Realized that working as a cop sucked shit and that you were stabbing too many of your people in the back?”

      The short answer is that I got married with the knowledge that I could not raise a family in the capitol of Inner Shitholistan.

      The longer reply would be that I loved working as a street cop, the pay was beyond excellent, work exciting…I often felt that I would do the job for free…the stabbing of “my” people in the back was but one of the many benefits…Perks of the job.

      What I did after? Moved to Ore-Gun, to be closer to the root cause of our current social ills

      Canadian Anarchism.

      Still fighting the good fight…..

      • The Man They Call Zazelle February 17, 2024 at 3:33 pm #

        Thanks for the elaboration.

        ‘Your people’ was offered facetiously of course, as evidenced if you’ve been reading my back-and-forth with Jarek about that sort of thing over the past year, as I imagine your ‘Canadian Anarchism’ is too, since of course anarchists are Stateless by definition.

        (Unsure how you regard/handle his take, but anyway… perhaps it was resolved before I arrived…)

        Speaking of States, Oregon is lovely, I’m envious. Maybe it’s a Blue State, though, but I’m talking about its location and nature in general.

        Nova Scotia’s not too bad for Canada, though, although we probably have more mosquitoes, black flies, deer flies and ticks than Oregon.

        Does Oregon have sequoias?

        • elysianfield February 17, 2024 at 4:53 pm #


          Only a few acres in the lower most western corner of the state. Where I reside, an inner valley coastal area, we have almost no mosquitoes, no deer or black flies, but ticks are evident, but not thick. Heavy rain forest, mostly Douglas Fir, with a representation of Grand Pine, Myrtle wood, and a Maple variant. No poisonous snakes, no scorpions, no black widows…and VERY little diversity….

          Jarek? I like him. He speaks in nuances, metaphor… He rarely disappoints (other than the tongue thing….)

          • elysianfield February 17, 2024 at 5:28 pm #


            Grand Fir, not Grand pine….

      • Ron Anselmo February 17, 2024 at 3:39 pm #

        E & Zazzy – you both should be commended for your wit, your intelligence and your courtesy.

        • elysianfield February 17, 2024 at 4:54 pm #

          Please. You embarrass me….

          • Ron Anselmo February 17, 2024 at 5:46 pm #

            E – I have to sing your praises. Heaven forbid, I should leave having painted the picture of you and the doll – emblazoned in everyone’s’ mind…

  44. benr February 16, 2024 at 6:17 pm #


    • benr February 16, 2024 at 6:25 pm #

      Joe Biden bought off by China…No really?
      Only the dimmest bulb on this board did not already know this.

      Comer: We Now Know ‘Biden Was Doing Things For China As VP, I Believe He Still Is’

      Chairman of the House Oversight Committee and Kentucky Congressman James Comer says that having the closed door interview with former Hunter Biden associate Tony Bobulinski provides confirmation about suspicious of Joe Biden’s ties with China and is further proof that Joe Biden has a China first, America last policy. One America’s John Hines has more from Capitol Hill

      But but he is too senile to prosecute.

      • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 7:39 pm #

        All very well till the transcript is released, as usual.

        One name for you and James Comer, wee benr – Smirnov.

  45. trypillian February 16, 2024 at 7:02 pm #

    Fire & ice; that’s what barbaric russians get. Oil refineries & oil tank storage blown to smithereens; in Moscow & St Petersburg – ha ha.
    Half of the proletariat is consequently freezing; hypothermia, frostbite & the like. Half the gasoline & diesel capacity was destroyed. A missile factory was discombobulated a few days ago.

    Only five of thirteen vessels of the orcian Black Sea fleet remain. They have been vaporized, blown up & sent to Davy Jones locker. JHK seems to think the ruscists [russian fascists] are doing great. Unfortunately this premise does not hold water – unlike the ruscists ships on the bottom of the Black Sea.

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    • The Man They Call Zazelle February 16, 2024 at 9:05 pm #

      Ever notice that in these frontpage large-scale US shoot-em-ups always involve the general public?

      You never hear about politicians and/or their spooks and/or their bodyguards and/or their military industrial complex head honchos being shot up en masse.

    • The Man They Call Zazelle February 16, 2024 at 9:29 pm #

      Do you think Dmitry Orlov will ever return to the US?

  46. JohnAZ February 16, 2024 at 10:03 pm #

    Just a question.

    Trump was nailed for inflating his net worth to obtain loan collateral. My question is did he? I saw nothing about the trial itself to show he did it. Is this totally a kangaroo court. Even the GD judge said that he did nothing to hurt anyone, like Madoff, and he repaid his loans so the banks did not get hurt. The judge said he did not show contrition enough. That judge is a Democratic crook.

    Again, we see the one sided bias of everything in this country. 320 Million and no more business in NY for three years.

    For you Libs, this does not stop him from running for president, although I wonder about his mental health for wanting to be president to improve this country. It is not worth it.

    • sadlycdn February 16, 2024 at 10:23 pm #

      Banana republic in full view….it’s a well executed plan to keep him in court and drain his bank account…..

      • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 7:34 pm #

        Well-executed plan?

        He did the crime, but he cannot do the time is what I think you’re trying to say.

        The ‘banana republic in full view’ id Grifter in Cheif holding Hillbilly Nuremberg Rallies and fundraising off poor simple idiots (like you?) for a few bucks here and a few bucks there. Bought any of his NFTs lately?

    • benr February 17, 2024 at 10:15 am #

      The judge should be thrown off the bench and his law license revoked.

      The sad reality these totalitarian freaks are leaving little recourse what is left to actually fight back but to actually start fighting?

      Trump should sell all his assets in New York and leave that state post haste.
      They will just keep passing laws to specifically go after him.
      He should take all his assets to a state that will value what he brings to the table.
      Make sure it’s a red state and then he should start building and employing people.

      Had the chance to go to the Trump winery and I must say they treated you like a million bucks and it was amazing.

      • JohnAZ February 17, 2024 at 12:02 pm #


        Only in New York?

        The DA Bragg and Letitia James both ran their political campaigns based on “getting Trump” and won. Any bets on who financed both campaigns? Soros?

        Anyone who has bias toward a dependent should be disqualified from being involved in the court. It did not help that the judge was a confirmed Never Trumper also. This is most definitely a kangaroo court, an example of the Banana Republic condition of the American judicial system.

        Have you heard about the prosecution of all the cases against him going to the WH and meeting for strategy making to “get Trump”. To me, this is unbelievable.

        I disagree with you on one thing. IMHO, if I was in his shoes, I would liquidate everything and get the hell out of the USA. The people and politicians of the country are not worth what is happening to him. These so called judicial people are so much more corrupt than Trump is it is almost laughable that they are judging him. Both Trump and Melania are heroes in her home of Slovenia.

        The horrible corruption of the Deep State is really showing now.

        Putin says he favors Biden? Uh-huh. Putting his support behind Biden sure helps Trump out, his real choice. That is not surprising either as Putin wants to deal with a sane person instead of the insanity of the current WH.

        • benr February 17, 2024 at 7:28 pm #

          New York is the only place that has changed laws that appear specifically to go after Donald Trump.

          • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 7:25 pm #

            LOL! There’s a conspiracy under every bed, huh, benr…

        • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 7:27 pm #

          “Anyone who has bias toward a dependent should be disqualified from being involved in the court.

          Couldn’t agree more, JohnAZ. So that’s Clarence Thomas and Alito outta there at the SCOTUS hearings on Drumpf’s whining little bitch cases, huh.

      • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 7:32 pm #

        “They will just keep passing laws to specifically go after him.

        Hey, bird-brain…which laws are these of which you moan like a little whiny bitch? I’m pretty sure the laws on which the prosecution of Drumpf and his stupid children have been around for decades, possibly generations.

        YOU couldn’t get away with what the Drumpf Disorganisation has tried on over the years, nor would you expect to, but you want to give Number One Grifter a pass?

        How much have you donated to his Super PACS to pay his ridiculously mountainous legal bills, benr? $39>

      • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 7:35 pm #

        “The judge should be thrown off the bench and his law license revoked.

        What? No lynching? No firing squad? Are you getting soft, wee benr?

    • Paula D February 17, 2024 at 8:26 pm #

      It’s not against the law to overinflate your estimation of yourself or your worth.
      Jeez, if that were true, half the population would be in prison.

      Banks don’t take your word for what you say your house is worth. That is an insane idea. They have their own appraisers.

      There was literally no crime involved. Why should he be fined for not showing contrition?

      He paid back the loan. The bank had no complaint. It was the state prosecutor who brought the charges, not the bank.

      It is so over-the-top stupid that I can’t believe any one falls for it.

      And yet, the Dems seem to.

      • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 7:36 pm #

        You really think YOU could pull off what this sleazeball pulled off and get away with it?

        • benr February 18, 2024 at 8:07 pm #

          Oozing jealousy once again it would appear.

          Donny is in your mushy head 24-7.

        • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 9:34 pm #

          What jealousy? I’m loving seeing that slimy asshole squirm and writhe and his loyal minions like you twisting themselves into pretzels to come up some sort of half-arsed justification, no matter how fucking stupid, to support Orange Jesus.

          • benr February 19, 2024 at 8:56 am #

            Not even close we just laugh and shake our heads at how far the Democrats have gone to try and make Trump stop running for President.
            The best part he is like a machine nothing phases the guy.

    • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 9:38 pm #

      JohnAZ, it’s called LYING nad you wouldn’t do it, would you? Why do you wanna give this conman a pass?

  47. The Man They Call Zazelle February 16, 2024 at 11:00 pm #

    Asymmetrics Anytime/Anywhere/Any Way: Is Russia ‘Too Big’ (Even For Itself)?

    “The Special Military Operation in Ukraine is proceeding apace, but the U.S. and its NATO allies are pursuing a ‘covert war’ inside Russia, especially in the field of espionage and sabotage. This is because the NATO army cannot yet defeat Russia on the military battlefield…

    The Netherlands will have a new drone control center, following in the example of Ramstein in Germany, the largest U.S. base in Europe. From Ramstein, the U.S. and NATO carried out attacks on Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and Pakistan, with these MQ-9 Reaper drones, so there is a possibility that these recent drone attacks on oil depots, etc. in Russia are coordinated from Ramstein. The new drone base in the Netherlands is located at Leeuwarden…

    In the future, even near future, we can expect drones from Leeuwarden or Ramstein into Russia. Perhaps this is what the NATO countries are betting on, a drone war, for which you need relatively few army personnel…

    Washington’s agenda is now being actively pushed by American foundations inside Russia. The aim is that Russia should be divided into several weakened, nominally independent states. Like what happened with former Yugoslavia, a process of dismemberment called Balkanization. Russia is already alert to the plot, hence Moscow’s order to many U.S. and NATO NGOs to leave the country…

    Another threat is posed by the embassies of various Western countries, especially NATO countries, which try to recruit young people by organizing all kinds of programs under benign-sounding projects such as ‘pro-democracy’ and ‘civic responsibility’. Universities are a common target for these NATO [and Woke] programs, where participating groups receive training, and generous funding for travel, computers and other communication devices.

    The latest example was NATO’s attempt at a coup d’etat in Belarus, where the Netherlands played a major role by offering certain programs to young people and students through their embassy and also financing them.

    NATO’s secret war in Russia is becoming more overt, it seems, through its various networks. However, the Russian people are well aware of the manipulation effort from abroad despite the Western media’s ‘reporting’ (propaganda) about unrest within Russian society.”

    ~ strategic-culture.su/news/2024/02/11/nato-and-cia-waging-secret-war-in-russia/

    “Balkan 176 Vodka 70cl Serbian Pure Grain Vodka

    Balkan 176 70cl is the strongest vodka available to buy in the UK. It is imported from the Balkan Mountains where they hand craft the vodka in small batches and then triple distil it. This vodka should never be drunk neat, only added to supercharge a cocktail.” ~ DrinkSupermarket.com

  48. The Man They Call Zazelle February 16, 2024 at 11:02 pm #

    Or is Russia too big to fail?

  49. Billingsgate February 17, 2024 at 2:05 am #

    There is not a single photo of Obama in which one cannot see evil oozing out of every one of his pores.

    • The Man They Call Zazelle February 17, 2024 at 4:17 am #

      You don’t find him suave and debonair then I gather?

  50. The Man They Call Zazelle February 17, 2024 at 5:38 am #

    Natural Buiding: Reciprocal Roofs/Frames


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      Empowering The Homeless & Everyone Else: Lashing The Reciprocal


  51. Mister Roboto February 17, 2024 at 6:27 am #

    I can’t help but be impressed with the way you are able to keep track of who is involved with what in this web of legal chicanery aimed at Donald Trump. I’m ashamed to admit I was starting to get a bit glassy-eyed from just reading your brief thumbnail sketch of it all in this blog-entry!

  52. Beryl of Oyl February 17, 2024 at 9:01 am #

    Fani chose to wear her dress backwards.

    Maybe because a knit dress is extremely difficult to zip up the back.

    She should have worn a pair of Spanx under it, IMO.

  53. Beryl of Oyl February 17, 2024 at 9:13 am #

    I was looking at Bobby Jr.’s short video about the war in Ukraine that he posted on X on February 11.

    Bobby was one of the first to reveal that there had actually been a signed deal ready for Ukraine and Russia to end the war, so that shows he’s been doing some good research.

    He made the catch when Tim Scott said most of the money to Ukraine was in the form of loans.

    Most people if they paid any attention to the debates at all, were just watching Vivek and being highly entertained by him.

    President Trump just recently started talking about how foreign aid should be in the form of loans, and if they can’t pay it back, write it off.

    He also recently mentioned Tim Scott as a possible VP choice.

    Uh oh.

    BTW, how does most of the money staying right here jibe with recent reports that Zelensky pocketed too big a share of the last pile of money we sent over there?

    • The Man They Call Zazelle February 17, 2024 at 3:52 pm #

      Of course if whatever the money is starts to change/un-peg, then maybe it starts to enter that proverbial classic bar scene where the lone out-of-town outlaw walks into the saloon, orders a drink, takes out his money and the barkeep looks at it and says, ‘Your money’s no good here.’.

      Maybe in this story, the outlaw takes out his gun, points it at the barkeep and replies, ‘It is, is it?’.

      Naturally, there are people in the saloon who have nothing better to do than to watch all of this transpire and some of them have guns too and different ideas…

    • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 7:23 pm #

      “…Reports Zelensky pocketed too big a share…”

      Proof, please. You may assert anything, and you may reference others who assert what you wish to assert, but an assertion is nothing without evidence.

      • benr February 18, 2024 at 8:14 pm #

        Please the corruption in Ukraine is legendary and do your own research loser.

  54. Beryl of Oyl February 17, 2024 at 9:24 am #

    I’ve mentioned before about most of the issues regarding Ukraine and corruption are brought up in that TV show about an ordinary guy winning the presidency in Ukraine, that appeared on Netflix here in the USA.

    They talk about the loans in the show. These outside global organizations and other governments make these loans, with strings attached. If the conditions aren’t met they can call in the loans and the country goes bankrupt.

    They bring up the fact that the new government is saddled with the debt the old government borrowed and stole, and it’s the reformers facing the wrath when government workers do not get paid because the new administration can’t meet it’s obligations.

    There is also that the new government can also be corrupt and blame it all on the previous corrupt administration.

    Why does this matter? It doesn’t really, except you see a lot of people buying into one side or another completely, when there is plenty of information right out in plain sight that would give them a much more clear picture.

  55. Beryl of Oyl February 17, 2024 at 9:46 am #

    Speaking of TV, Jews, and Palestine (above), has anyone watched Fauda?

    It’s about Gaza.

    It’s funny, the name translates to “chaos”, and that’s the MSM’s new favorite word.

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  56. Beryl of Oyl February 17, 2024 at 9:56 am #

    Kind of off topic, but we are talking hoaxes and scandals.

    I got this article from a link at Ivor Cummins’ X site. It’s from Evidence Not Fear dated 10/15/20.

    “A must-read article from Forbes in 2010 – which they deleted from their internet in Oct 2020

    What a bunch of Pharma Frauds the WHO really are – read the article….and weep:”

    5:42 PM · Feb 14, 2024

    Why The WHO Faked A Pandemic – Forbes

    The World Health Organization has suddenly gone from crying “The sky is falling!” like a cackling Chicken Little to squealing like a stuck pig. The reason: charges that the agency deliberately fomented swine flu hysteria. “The world is going through a real pandemic. The description of it as a fake is wrong and irresponsible,” the agency claims on its Web site. A WHO spokesman declined to specify who or what gave this “description,” but the primary accuser is hard to ignore.

    The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), a human rights watchdog, is publicly investigating the WHO’s motives in declaring a pandemic. Indeed, the chairman of its influential health committee, epidemiologist Wolfgang Wodarg, has declared that the “false pandemic” is “one of the greatest medicine scandals of the century.”

    Even within the agency, the director of the WHO Collaborating Center for Epidemiology in Munster, Germany, Dr. Ulrich Kiel, has essentially labeled the pandemic a hoax. “We are witnessing a gigantic misallocation of resources [$18 billion so far] in terms of public health,” he said.

    They’re right. This wasn’t merely overcautiousness or simple misjudgment. The pandemic declaration and all the Klaxon-ringing since reflect sheer dishonesty motivated not by medical concerns but political ones.

    Unquestionably, swine flu has proved to be vastly milder than ordinary seasonal flu. It kills at a third to a tenth the rate, according to U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates. Data from other countries like France and Japan indicate it’s far tamer than that.

    Indeed, judging by what we’ve seen in New Zealand and Australia (where the epidemics have ended), and by what we’re seeing elsewhere in the world, we’ll have considerably fewer flu deaths this season than normal. That’s because swine flu muscles aside seasonal flu, acting as a sort of inoculation against the far deadlier strain.

    Did the WHO have any indicators of this mildness when it declared the pandemic in June?

    Absolutely, as I wrote at the time. We were then fully 11 weeks into the outbreak and swine flu had only killed 144 people worldwide–the same number who die of seasonal flu worldwide every few hours. (An estimated 250,000 to 500,000 per year by the WHO’s own numbers.) The mildest pandemics of the 20th century killed at least a million people.

    But how could the organization declare a pandemic when its own official definition required “simultaneous epidemics worldwide with enormous numbers of deaths and illness.” Severity–that is, the number of deaths–is crucial, because every year flu causes “a global spread of disease.”

    Easy. In May, in what it admitted was a direct response to the outbreak of swine flu the month before, WHO promulgated a new definition matched to swine flu that simply eliminated severity as a factor. You could now have a pandemic with zero deaths.

    Under fire, the organization is boldly lying about the change, to which anybody with an Internet connection can attest. In a mid-January virtual conference WHO swine flu chief Keiji Fukuda stated: “Did WHO change its definition of a pandemic? The answer is no: WHO did not change its definition.” Two weeks later at a PACE conference he insisted: “Having severe deaths has never been part of the WHO definition.”

    They did it; but why?

    In part, it was CYA for the WHO. The agency was losing credibility over the refusal of avian flu H5N1 to go pandemic and kill as many as 150 million people worldwide, as its “flu czar” had predicted in 2005.

    Around the world nations heeded the warnings and spent vast sums developing vaccines and making other preparations. So when swine flu conveniently trotted in, the WHO essentially crossed out “avian,” inserted “swine,” and WHO Director-General Margaret Chan arrogantly boasted, “The world can now reap the benefits of investments over the last five years in pandemic preparedness.”

    But there’s more than bureaucratic self-interest at work here. Bizarrely enough, the WHO has also exploited its phony pandemic to push a hard left political agenda.

    In a September speech WHO Director-General Chan said “ministers of health” should take advantage of the “devastating impact” swine flu will have on poorer nations to get out the message that “changes in the functioning of the global economy” are needed to “distribute wealth on the basis of” values “like community, solidarity, equity and social justice.” She further declared it should be used as a weapon against “international policies and systems that govern financial markets, economies, commerce, trade and foreign affairs.”

    Chan’s dream now lies in tatters. All the WHO has done, says PACE’s Wodart, is to destroy “much of the credibility that they should have, which is invaluable to us if there’s a future scare that might turn out to be a killer on a large scale.”

    • Night Owl February 17, 2024 at 1:49 pm #

      Yes. And it was Wolfgang Wodarg of Germany (and the Corona Ausschuss) who made major contributions to showing it for the fraud it was.

      Just like the Swine Flu, Covid is a Hoax.

  57. benr February 17, 2024 at 11:15 am #

    So apparently being black is an excuse to commit any crime and not follow any law?
    Here it is they are calling you the enemy if you are not specifically black.


    At a hearing on Friday, the father of Fani Willis—the lead prosecutor in the Georgia election case against 45th President Donald Trump—was asked to give a statement.

    According to newly released recordings, John C. Floyd III, the father of the Georgia district attorney, was a well-known Black Panther who referred to the police as the “enemy.”

    Academic scholars were informed by Floyd that, during the 1960s, he saw the police in his hometown of Los Angeles as an “occupying army” and “nothing but trouble.”

    80-year-old Floyd had also previously referred to a well-known White politician of the time, Jesse M. Unruh, as a “Texas cracker.” Additionally, he implied that he was a believer in the conspiracy that claims that the CIA killed Malcolm X, according to The New York Post.

    According to Willis, who purportedly speaks with her father “up to ten times a day,” his principles still serve as a source of guidance for her. Although, she avoided talking specifically about his time as a Black Panther.

    As a judge considered whether Willis should be dismissed in the case for her clear misconduct, he was questioned over his daughter’s relationship with the special prosecutor that she assigned to the case. However, according to John Floyd, his daughter did not date Nathan Wade, the special prosecutor, but rather a “disc jockey” between 2019 and 2020.

    He also said that she was forced to leave her home in 2021 as a result of threats from the disc jockey.

    Mike Roman, one of Donald Trump’s several co-defendants in the case, has claimed that Willis profited monetarily from her association with Wade, in addition to keeping their secret romance hidden from colleagues.

    To ascertain the veracity of such claims and whether they constitute misconduct, the court in the case has heard testimony regarding the relationship in detail for two days, including topics such as how Willis celebrated her 50th birthday and her “refusal to accept checks.”

    In the event that Roman’s assertions are supported by the evidence, Judge Scott McAfee has stated that he may remove Willis from the Trump case. Her removal would most likely force the prosecution of Trump to be delayed for months at the very least, potentially until after November’s presidential election, where he is assumed to be the 2024 Republican nominee.

    This is because a new team would have to take over the case.

    Following his daughter’s emotionally combative testimony on the stand for most of Thursday, Floyd gave his testimony on Friday morning.

    He stated in the Fulton County courthouse that he would “sometimes every day” visit her lover, the disc jockey. He remembered cleaning up after him, who he said would leave music “paraphernalia” all over his daughter’s house.

    Floyd also said that from December 2019 to December 2022, he resided at Willis’s residence in south Fulton County. He maintained to the attorneys that, up until 2023, he had never met Wade.

    “I just found out when other folks found out,” Floyd said.

    Floyd’s testimony differed from the testimony made on Thursday by Willis’s former coworker and friend, Robin Bryant-Yeartie, who claimed that their relationship began prior to the Trump case in 2019. Yeartie said in court that she had “no doubt” the couple’s relationship began in 2019, having personally seen them “hugging and kissing” years earlier.

    In order to determine the extent to which the connection impacted the case, the chronology is crucial.
    Following a multi-year investigation, Willis accused Trump and eighteen co-defendants in August 2023 of plotting to have the Georgia results of the 2020 election thrown out.

    In November 2021, the same year she was appointed chief prosecutor of the county, she appointed Wade as a special prosecutor on the case.

    Attorneys have claimed that Wade covered her travel costs for opulent trips, such as those to Belize and Aruba.

    Early in February, Ms. Willis and Mr. Wade admitted their close connection, but they refuted any conflict of interest or improper financial behavior.

    According to Willis, she used cash that was held in her house to reimburse Wade for vacation costs. Floyd told the court that he also kept cash on hand in his house, noting that this was “common among Black households.”

    Attorneys attempting to remove Willis from office frequently questioned him about his time living at her house.

  58. benr February 17, 2024 at 11:20 am #

    The newest member of the San Francisco Elections Commission, a seven-member civilian body that oversees and creates policy for the city’s Department of Elections, isn’t legally allowed to vote. Kelly Wong, an immigrant rights advocate, is believed to be the first noncitizen appointed to the commission.

    This is who decides who is allowed to vote and who is not.
    They are no longer trying to hide this behind motor voter ID laws folks.


    We achieved a historic victory on August 8th when the California Court of Appeals ruled that immigrant parent voting in San Francisco is constitutional under state law. James Lacy, a conservative activist who brought this legal challenge, did not appeal the ruling, thereby permanently restoring immigrant parent voting in the City and County of San Francisco.

    And by immigrant they mean illegally here.

    Meanwhile a single judge is holding back the tidewaters of refuse.


    A San Francisco law allowing noncitizen parents to vote in local school board elections was overturned Friday by a judge who said the California Constitution permits only citizens to vote.

    The ordinance, the first of its kind in the state, was approved by city voters as Proposition N in 2016, took effect in 2018 and was extended indefinitely by the Board of Supervisors in 2021. It allows noncitizens, including undocumented immigrants and legal residents, to vote for school board candidates if they are a parent or guardian of a school-age child and are not in prison or on parole for a felony conviction.


    Uh huh we are getting a thousand different stories on the same issue.

    • JohnAZ February 17, 2024 at 12:11 pm #

      It means that people that have no idea of what America stands for are voting to make decisions for all of us citizens. So what does being a citizen mean any more?

      IOW, there is no longer an identity known as an American, just what the Demoncrats want.

      So what are we ?

      • benr February 17, 2024 at 3:09 pm #

        Human resources

        • Ron Anselmo February 17, 2024 at 3:45 pm #

          Yes benr – and it never dawned on people – years ago – when every corporation established a HR Department.

  59. OG February 17, 2024 at 12:37 pm #

    China creates MICROWAVE CANNON that can fire high-power microwaves to disable satellites


    Chinese researchers have created an advanced “microwave cannon” that is capable of disrupting satellites using high-power microwaves (HPMs) 68,000 times stronger than the Earth’s magnetic field.
    This cutting-edge weapon is augmented by four Stirling engines, ensuring efficient cooling and remarkably low energy consumption compared to similar systems. The microwave cannon can be mounted on a truck, offering exceptional mobility and strategic deployment options for the Chinese military.

    The inclusion of Stirling engine technology sets this weapon apart, making it the first of its kind openly revealed to the public.

    Elmo be like, “Impossible!”

    • elysianfield February 17, 2024 at 2:03 pm #

      Elmo be like “believe nothing you see, hear or read on the internets….”

      • elysianfield February 17, 2024 at 2:05 pm #

        Oh, and you DO know that a Stirling Engine is…well, not the first choice of any sentient engineer? Nothing much more than a toy, in terms of efficiency.

        • OG February 17, 2024 at 3:12 pm #

          Right. The Chinese are barking up the wrong again, technically. Gotcha.

          • elysianfield February 17, 2024 at 5:17 pm #

            Why are Stirling engines not used anymore?
            Stirling engine – Energy Education

            This heat transfer makes the engine far less responsive than internal combustion engines. Stirling engines have also been found to be largely impractical in power plants; Stirling engines have low specific power, meaning that the engine has to be quite large in order to produce a relatively small amount of power.

          • OG February 17, 2024 at 6:18 pm #

            So … either the Chinese have somehow altered the Sterling engine or they are completely clueless and it was pure luck that their new DEW works as required.

            I’m not a betting man … but I’d throw 5 bucks at the former over the latter.

          • elysianfield February 18, 2024 at 12:26 am #

            “So … either the Chinese have somehow altered the Sterling engine or they are completely clueless and it was pure luck…”

            Or…or someone, somewhere was either mistaken or lying. Internets….

      • OG February 17, 2024 at 2:54 pm #

        believe nothing you see, hear or read on the internets

        That is the very definition of “don’t throe the baby out with the bathwater.

        One does not need to understand how an Airbus takes off, flies and lands to awaken in Regina and bed in Toronto.

        My point is that TPTB have multitudes more DEW capabilities than has been publicly disclosed.


        • elysianfield February 17, 2024 at 5:12 pm #

          “My point is that TPTB have multitudes more DEW capabilities than has been publicly disclosed.”

          Without doubt.

          HOWEVER, they will not be disclosed by some obscure site on the internets.

          • OG February 17, 2024 at 6:15 pm #

            You can’t say that, Ely. Independent journalists on the internets have provided us with myriad truth.

            If we can never, ever glean the truth from the internets, where, pray tell, are we to look for it?

          • elysianfield February 18, 2024 at 12:21 am #

            Truth? Where to look for it?

            “Truth” may be entirely subjective. In the age of Artificial Intelligence, the “Truth” might be what you want it to be. Recovered Alien bodies? Yup. Bigfoot? Got the pics. Weird trick that the Power company hates? Got it!

            Your closely held beliefs become truth. Settled science is truth. History written by the victors is truth. Existence of the female orgasm? You ever had one? No. But someone, somewhere SAID they did.

            And you believed them. What else did the Ex Wife tell you?

            “Truth” is relative, and, at my advanced age with a bit of earned wisdom, I observe that which is around us, but have ceased forming opinion upon what is the “truth”. I have become a true agnostic, and it works for my worldview. Maybe, possibly, probably…no absolutes, if I can help it.

          • OG February 18, 2024 at 12:48 am #

            Good versus Evil exists. Truly.

            Evil has merely made the truth malleable at this point in time in this realm but Satan knows that his time is short.

          • elysianfield February 18, 2024 at 11:45 am #

            “Good versus Evil exists. Truly.”

            Maybe. But understand that the working definition of “good” and “evil” changes between cultures and even individuals.

            …Theft might be evil in your eyes, but some will call it “reparations”. You might consider your ex wife and her lawyer evil for what they did to you, but the wives and friends of the ex and her lawyer might not agree.

          • OG February 18, 2024 at 2:05 pm #

            Exactly. Satan has facilitated that people can now view things through a prism of “their truth.” It is malleable as they twist and turn it into whatever pleases them.

            In this realm at this time.

            There is, however, truth. It is above all of that and it will prevail.


    • stelmosfire February 17, 2024 at 2:08 pm #

      Big differance between shooting a straight beam concentrated for an instant to disrupt electronics in a satellite. and a steady beam of microwaves with enough heat energy to ignite cities on fire. Like I told you before my microwave is 1.2 kilowatts and it takes over two minutes to boil a cup of water. Imagine the energy needed to melt a car. HPM’s 68,000 times stronger than the earth’s magnetic field? Haha. I’m impressed. The Earths magnetic field may move the compass needle in my hand but it ain’t doing shit to redirect this iron hammer I’m throwing at your head. In other words not very powerful.Or are they talking about 68,000 times the magnetic field of the entire Earth? If they fire that thing it will probably throw the Earth out of orbit.

      • OG February 17, 2024 at 3:08 pm #

        You continue to mix up fuels, Elmo. Really, it is very simple:

        After it takes you 2 minutes to boil water, put a fork in there. Nuke a metal fork. How long to get it sparking? How much energy?

        You see, you keep proving my point while you continue to refuse to answer my simple question*.

        It takes tons of energy to boil water but multitudes less to heat metal to crazy-intense temps. That’s why in Paradise and Lahaina the trees remained unharmed right next to melted auto glass. D’uh.

        You keep quizzing me like a Computer Science/Econ guy must know the science to discuss the evolution of the science.

        I don’t know how a tank works but I know when one’s crushed everything in its path.

        *How come in the yt video that you shared months ago, vegetation is always the first to burn in fires started by electric wires and caught on camera while in Paradise and Lahaina vegetation was the only survivor? [Hint: metal versus water]

        • stelmosfire February 17, 2024 at 3:54 pm #

          OG, energy is measured in units. I don’t care if it is kWh, calories, btus, joules, or ft lbs. All are fungible. The way it is supplied or transmitted doesn’t matter. Could be sterling engines turning a crank or a nuclear reactor heating water to generate steam to spin a turbine to generate electricity to power a microwave generator to shoot a beam which strikes a chunk of aluminum which absorbs the heat and heats up, Did you know it takes 105 kilowatts of power to heat a cubic foot of aluminum from 65F to 212F. in one minute? That is a heapin’ ton o’ juice.For one small junk of metal. Now try to do it in a millisecond. Just plug the numbers.in the calculator.


          • OG February 17, 2024 at 4:12 pm #

            Yet my fork throws sparks immediately in my microwave oven.

            How come in the yt video that you shared months ago, vegetation is always the first to burn in fires started by electric wires and caught on camera while in Paradise and Lahaina vegetation was the only survivor? [Hint: metal versus water]

      • BackRowHeckler February 17, 2024 at 4:03 pm #

        “Imagine the energy needed to melt a car”-Stelmo

        When a Tesla burst into flames last year on I-84 one of the firemen being interviewed stated the car was burning hot? How hot? He said at least 5000°F! It took hours to put out, and when they thought they had it squelched it burst back into flames. The car ended up a melted blob on the pavement. So that’s how much energy needed to melt a car, 5000°F worth of energy.

        • OG February 17, 2024 at 4:14 pm #

          Auto glass melts at approximately half that.

        • BackRowHeckler February 17, 2024 at 4:26 pm #

          I mean the Sun itself is only about 10,000°F. With great fanfare some towns around here are deploying Electric School Buses. They cost twice as much as a standard School Bus, but that’s beside the point. We’ve already had two EV city buses catch fire here, both at their charging stations. With their unstable, immense battery packs I think that these school buses will burn even hotter than 5000°F. Hotter and longer, because there is more fuel for the fire. Maybe they’ll even burn at the temp. of the Sun. I see a potential disaster in the offing. I’ve read when some of these EVs heat up the doors lock and the driver and passengers are trapped inside, trapped like rats in a barn fire. Let’s hope this is not the case with EV School Buses.

          • Paula D February 17, 2024 at 8:53 pm #

            It is bizarre to use batteries to power vehicles.

            Chicago and San Francisco used electricity for buses and subways for a century. Cable cars made SF famous decades before homeless junkies did.
            It turns out that Ukraine uses electricity for its trains.

            But they don’t use batteries, they use wires.

            Battery powered vehicles are a scam.

          • stelmosfire February 18, 2024 at 9:59 am #

            “But they don’t use batteries, they use wires.”

            Well that will keep the lumpenproles close to home and in the cities. My extension cords are only 50′ long.

          • Paula D February 18, 2024 at 4:58 pm #

            Electrified rails, sorry. At least, that’s what the subways use.

            Not sure about Ukraine’s trains, but I know they travel great distances.

          • Paula D February 18, 2024 at 4:59 pm #

            The electric buses in SF use overhead wires.

  60. Yirgach February 17, 2024 at 12:46 pm #

    Anyone notice how the MSM pronounces “Fani”. They make it sound like “Fauni”, which disassociates from “Big Butt”.

    Happens on all the network channels, except Fox…

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  61. beantownbill. February 17, 2024 at 2:03 pm #

    I c

    • elysianfield February 17, 2024 at 2:07 pm #

      T4 U B

      • beantownbill. February 17, 2024 at 2:52 pm #

        Here’s what’s happening in WDW: The food is poor. The local pizza place has inedible pizza; the ice cream is not tasty, and the local restaurant’s breakfast is mediocre if you’re lucky. Luckily for us, there’s a First Watch restaurant about five miles down the road. This restaurant is superb! It’s open for just breakfast and lunch. The coffee is amazing, and we bought 2 bags to take home with us. The food is excellent and healthy. I can’t say enough good things about it. What’s sad is how Disney’s food has deteriorated.

        The traffic on I-4 has gotten a lot worse. It is so heavy that when you hit 30 mph you feel like you’re speeding. At other times it’s stop and go. The reason is overbuilding. There’s an incredible amount of construction. Everywhere there’s new buildings. Driving on I-4 on the way to First Watch, there’s a one mile stretch of nothing but mounds of dirt for construction. I’m a real estate person and have never seen anything like it. I shudder to think what will happen if and when the property market gets much worse. Maybe the new housing will end up for new migrants.

        I’ll go into some other aspects in another post.

        • BackRowHeckler February 17, 2024 at 3:53 pm #

          Sounds like a real paradise, Bill. Well, at least there’s no snow & the temp. is above freezing. Yeah at some point the whole whole State of Florida, including swamps & beaches, will be paved over with concrete & black tar; then work will be considered done.

          I remember going down there with my family as a kid in the days before Disney. It was uncrowded & laid back, still distinctly ‘Southern’ with a lot of crazy roadside attractions & plenty of hotdog & hamburger joints. I loved it.

          • beantownbill. February 17, 2024 at 4:46 pm #

            Marlin, see my post below.

        • Yirgach February 17, 2024 at 4:40 pm #

          It’s incredibly sad that traffic congestion can become a real issue when there has been almost a century of research on high speed transportation.

          High speed defined as greater than 30 mph (1 HP) for a sustained period of time. The speed range is currently
          0-19000 mph dependent on your infrastructure (dirt roads to space ships),

          Economics controls the amount of traffic and politics controls the amount of congestion you encounter on a trip.

          Got that?

          • beantownbill. February 17, 2024 at 4:59 pm #

            Yeah, traffic congestion theory goes out the window when money comes into the picture. You expect anything different?

        • elysianfield February 17, 2024 at 4:58 pm #

          “The traffic on I-4 has gotten a lot worse. It is so heavy that when you hit 30 mph you feel like you’re speeding. At other times it’s stop and go. The reason is overbuilding. There’s an incredible amount of construction. Everywhere there’s new buildings. Driving on I-4 on the way to First Watch, there’s a one mile stretch of nothing but mounds of dirt for construction. I’m a real estate person and have never seen anything like it. I shudder to think what will happen if and when the property market gets much worse. Maybe the new housing will end up for new migrants.”

          THIS is called a distressed infrastructure.

          • beantownbill. February 17, 2024 at 5:04 pm #

            EF, what’s distressing is the total lack of planning and disregard for people’s comfort. And for what? The thing about money and evil.

          • elysianfield February 17, 2024 at 5:07 pm #

            We have met the enemy, and he is us….

          • elysianfield February 18, 2024 at 6:19 pm #

            “EF, what’s distressing is the total lack of planning…”

            I am beginning to think that disregard for people IS the plan….you know, the Kalergi thang….

  62. Doly February 17, 2024 at 3:32 pm #

    “It’s a panoramic extravaganza of everything gone wrong, with slapstick overtones, driving toward an apocalyptic climax — civil war, nuclear war, economic collapse, maybe all three.”

    And then you proceed to go into the weeds of American politics.

    I don’t know if you have grandchildren or are the grand-uncle of somebody, but supposing you are, what do you plan to tell the kids if they ask: What were you doing just before the war broke out? Will you like to tell them: “Oh, I was busy going into the weeds of the political corruption in my country… just like the Ukrainians before getting invaded.”?

    • Ron Anselmo February 17, 2024 at 3:56 pm #

      Doly – good point. We’re all guilty to one degree or another. Thanks for the reminder.

  63. beantownbill. February 17, 2024 at 4:43 pm #

    We took a cab, leaving at 10:15 a.m. to get to Logan Airport at the beginning of our Florida trip. To get to Logan you get on the X-way and basically drive straight through to the airport. Our cabbie didn’t like the x-way so she drove us a different route. Well, we stopped at every traffic light. The stopping and going got me carsick. We finally arrived. I could’t get through check-in because every time I tried the alarm went off. They asked me if I had a metal body part. My hip replacement is plastic-based. I was concerned they would dig it out of me. I was reminded of the check-in scene in the movie Airplane! They finally let me through. They confiscated our toothpaste because the tube was larger than their guidelines. I said something like “I had planned to get up during the flight and threaten the passengers with my toothpaste. Nice going.” They didn’t laugh. Anyway, we got on the plane and had a good flight. Then the nightmare began. I’ll continue with part 3 in a while.

    • elysianfield February 17, 2024 at 5:05 pm #

      You handled the toothpaste situation poorly. You should have quietly asked if their equipment can detect surgically implanted explosives, while staring at the attendant and slowly reaching into your pants (think Al Bundy). This, I guarantee you, will result in your being considered a person of interest and intellect and will expedite your travel plans.

      • elysianfield February 17, 2024 at 5:24 pm #

        …And it wouldn’t hurt if you were

        • elysianfield February 17, 2024 at 5:25 pm #

          …to mumble “God is great”, preferably with an accent.

          • beantownbill. February 17, 2024 at 6:39 pm #

            I appreciate your attempt at getting me killed.

          • elysianfield February 18, 2024 at 12:30 am #


            Oh, God no. But it would spice up your life and provide for great stories to tell the grandkids…

            Just like the toothpaste story you told us…only with real drama.

          • elysianfield February 18, 2024 at 6:22 pm #

            …vivid description of enthusiastic cavity searches…maybe a trip to Gitmo? The friends you would meet along the way?

            C’mon Bill…live a little….

    • Paula D February 17, 2024 at 9:00 pm #

      I have said that I quit taking planes after 9-11 and the TSA, but when my dad was sick I did take a couple of planes to get there faster.

      I had a big tube of toothpaste in my suitcase, which Amtrak never even noticed, because they don’t search your stuff.

      But there I am in the airport and they run my suitcase through the scanner 3 times, and then take it out and go through it. There it was! The large tube of toothpaste!

      By this time they had 6 TSA employees there, ruminating over my toothpaste. It was a big tube, but it wasn’t full. What to do?

      I was pissed off, and may have shown it, so I went over and sat on a chair while they deliberated.

      Finally, the six of them came to the conclusion that my toothpaste was a Giant Danger.
      So they threw it away. Right there in a trashcan only inches from them.
      At that point I wished it was an explosive.

      • beantownbill. February 17, 2024 at 10:28 pm #

        I would’ve driven down like we had done many times, but my wife didn’t. Because of her illness I deferred and we flew. I want her to have minimal stress as much as possible.

      • benr February 18, 2024 at 5:41 pm #

        Back when they started getting idiotic with the brain trust known as the tsa I flew out of Las Vegas.

        The short fat ugly dyke tsa agent was giving a cute teenage girl a ration of shit for not taking her laptop out of the bag and turning it on to the point she had the young lady in tears.
        I mean full blown army drill sergeant routine.
        Me with my big mouth couldn’t take it anymore I was thinking what if this was my daughter get raked over the coals, so I asked the overbearing loudmouth if that was how she had been taught to deal with customers who did not follow directions.
        She then asked me if I was attempting to interfere with her in the performance of her duties to which I replied no but I would like to see a modicum of professionalism displayed.
        She then asked me where I was flying to and when I boarded the plane from LA to San Diego, they went through everyone’s luggage extra special.

        Truth be told I would do it again and this time I would have asked for her supervisor and attempted to get her in trouble.
        How many times do they go after the old lady or man with the metal hip and ignore the type of people who have made it possible for an agency like the tsa to exist?
        We all know who they should be looking at yet they make it a game of not looking at these people.

        Meanwhile the borders are wide open, and we still have to take our shoes off and go through body scanners unless you sign up for the trusted traveler program.
        Hey, no criminal record, no outstanding parking tickets, no property liens that alone should put me on the trusted traveler list!

        • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 7:00 pm #

          “Hey, no criminal record, no outstanding parking tickets, no property liens that alone should put me on the trusted traveler list!

          Hey,benr. Finally, something to be proud of. Good boy!

          However, if you provided your CFN handle and they have a quick shuftie at your posts, they’d probably think again…

  64. jim February 17, 2024 at 6:02 pm #

    Just a few comments on the above discussion (See Socrates-Detroit and others) on money creation.

    Will start with my sense of money/credit creation (see writings of Richard A. Werner) in the private sector of our banking system or how private banks actually operate.

    They actually operate by creating credit/money on individual bank accounting ledgers. Each individual bank creates new money when it extends credit–or when a bank creates a loan. If you picture two banks, each creating identical loans that get deposited in the other bank, no reserves will be transferred, yet X amount of money has been created.

    Each individual bank credits the borrower’s account (called the customer account) with the borrowed amount although no actual deposit has taken place– basically this is credit creation out of nothing.

    Furthermore, neither cash nor central bank reserves nor balances with other banks are needed in this process. When the bank creates a loan, it records a credit on behalf of the customer on its record of its own debt to the public. This creation of credit and the creation of money occur at the same time. The bank is basically pretending that it was deposited by the borrower but this is merely a banking sleight of hand.

    A similar process occurs with a “deposit.” The bank records a credit on behalf of the customer in its accounting record of its own debt to the public. But the deposit (from a legal perspective) is a loan to the bank. The money is not on deposit (held in custody by the bank), The “deposit” is in fact owned and controlled by the bank, not the depositor. This is because the depositor lends money to the bank and becomes a general creditor of the bank. Deposits are records of the bank’s debt.

    This kind of private bank money creation accounts for more than 95% of the money supply.

    Public money creation by our Federal system occurs in the following manner (See writings of Michael Pettis). This is an extremely abbreviated description.

    A government that issues its own fiat currency has no funding constraints insofar as they do not have to issue debt or raise taxes to spend money. They can simply budget the expenditure and go ahead and spend the money.

    So we have 2 systems of money creation. In the private sector there is money/credit creation via private bank accounting ledgers and in the Federal fiat system money creation via direct monetary injections of different types into the economy.

  65. Htruth February 18, 2024 at 12:13 am #

    Trump congratulates Klaus Schwab at the WEF LMAO https://rumble.com/v456fhc-trump-and-klaus-schwab-at-the-world-economic-forum.html

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    • JohnAZ February 18, 2024 at 10:15 am #

      Klaus Schwab hates Trump and has made sure he will never be invited back to Davos.

      Trump is diametrically opposed to everything the WEF stands for, that is why his soldier, Soros, tries to undermine Trump at every opportunity.

      • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 6:53 pm #

        Huh??? Soros is Schwab’s ‘soldier’?

        Clearly, you don’t understand the relationship, JohnAZ.

        If all the bullshit pearl-clutching WEF/Deep State diatribe had any internal consistency (it doesn’t), then Schwab would be the ‘soldier’ and Soros et al the Generals.

        • RD3 February 18, 2024 at 7:01 pm #

          I tend to agree with you. Soros has said that, in his younger days, he wasn’t comfortable with his own Messianic fantasies, but as he began to live them out, he became more comfortable with the idea that he is a god.

    • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 6:55 pm #

      Clearly Drumpf would like to join the elite set at WEF, but they won’t have him because he’s cheap and low-class.

  66. gustafson.robert.22 February 18, 2024 at 3:56 am #

    The thing I like least about Israel is not that they orchestrated 9-11, steal from USA constantly, have gone on a serious and ruthless offensive to gain territory and secure their borders, or that they are fiercely and fully tribal.

    The thing I like least is that they embrace modern industrialism fully, that they (the country, Israel) are all out for current tech systems, weapons, agriculture, everything.

    But, is this just their current survival strategy? Will their tech-dependence be their Achilles heel? Or will they adapt when times change and high-technological systems are weakened by economic failures and energy scarcities?

    Is Israel ahead of the game, playing for keeps while everyone else is sleepwalking? Maybe.

    Or are they just desperately flailing as their fate of being eventually swallowed by their neighbors (as US hegemony collapses) approaches?

    • BackRowHeckler February 18, 2024 at 8:13 am #

      Gus if you’re criticizing Israel for building a relatively prosperous, first world economy — in a barren desert & literally from scratch, over a period of 75 years, then I think your criticism is misplaced. Your post also implies Israel is engaged in an existential struggle ~ in this I think you are correct; Israelis recognize this fact and will do what they have to do to ensure their own survival. At this point Israel is an established country nearly 8 decades old, with it’s own language, history, culture, … and living with the legacy of the holocaust. They know what’s in store if they lose their country.

      • JohnAZ February 18, 2024 at 10:13 am #

        Just to add, they made a modern, prosperous, independent country from a wasteland that no one had improved for 2000 years.

        If you think about it, the Israelis have done what the European immigrants did in the 19th century in America. An agrarian centered settled people over ran over a nomadic peoples with no real roots. People fight for land, Israel will never be over run.

      • TruthSeeker1986 February 18, 2024 at 10:13 am #


        Yet they don’t give two fucks about America and Europeans losing their countries. They are so eager to fuck over the West by forcing them to allow every nation on Earth where the people are black or brown flood into their country while Israel gets to remain pure and 100% Jewish. That Holocaust nonsense was just an excuse to abuse everyone else that’s why they’ve been using it over and over and over. They believe they are the only nation with the right to exist and have their own sovereignty but everyone else must commit cultural society. I wish I could say F them. But I’ll just keep it to myself.

        • BackRowHeckler February 18, 2024 at 12:32 pm #

          TS1986 I think you are jumping to a lot of conclusions. I can’t speak for Jewish people but they seem to run the political gamut from far left to far right ~ like any other group. Most of the Jewish people I worked with weren’t very political, or for that matter very religious. If you want to see a bunch of lefties down “Down with the Struggle” (and with their heads up their ass) come visit the UCC Congregation I grew up in. The massive ‘Pride Flag’ that was draped over the side of the Meeting House (Church) is down now; no doubt when Pride Month rolls around June 1 it’ll be back up … after a special ‘Affirming Ceremony’ the whole flock shows up for.

          • Jarek February 18, 2024 at 1:17 pm #

            Viable societies have both individual and collective elements. Both of their “hands” or “sides” support their nation, Israel. Unlike our Leftists. Unlike Jews here in their supposedly adopted country.

        • kbird February 18, 2024 at 1:03 pm #

          Settle down Truthseeker, Jesus.

        • Paula D February 18, 2024 at 5:05 pm #

          Israel is not 100% Jewish. There are still Palestinians there, a couple of million of them, and they hold seats in the Knesset.
          There are also other ethnic groups.

      • gustafson.robert.22 February 18, 2024 at 11:07 am #

        @ Backrow and John

        I just wonder if what they’ve built will last, or is more a flash-in-the-pan accomplishment. Securing borders and adequate territory now could help longterm, I’d think, if the whole area isn’t nuked first.

  67. tucsonspur February 18, 2024 at 4:29 am #

    Thanks, Jim. It’s good to have more names of members of the clandestine Obama clan. Good stuff.

  68. tucsonspur February 18, 2024 at 4:41 am #

    Yeah, and what was up with Fani’s fanny? Looked like she lost a load into her lingerie or something. A pouting pantie pooper? Another arrogant, rude, crude, unrefined, low-class black in a position of power.

    Then there’s Letitia James, Attorney General of NY, another vindictive blob of a black. Hard to believe that people like this got to where they are.

    • RD3 February 18, 2024 at 10:05 am #

      Illiterate, unqualified negroes are intentionally placed in positions of power to insult and threaten middle American white people. “You no longer have a say in what happens in this country and we don’t give a fuck what you think.”

      • TruthSeeker1986 February 18, 2024 at 11:41 am #


        But who’s placing them in these positions and why? How does it benefit them?

        • RD3 February 18, 2024 at 6:10 pm #

          Its been going on for 150 years. During reconstruction, Yankees put blacks in nominal positions of power to humiliate and punish white Southerners. They disarmed white families and armed mobs of blacks who went on drunken rampages all over the south, protected by Yankee soldiers. That’s why the (gallant) Klan was formed, originally. During the “civil rights” movement, Marxists, mostly Jews, used blacks as proxy warriors to punish and humiliate middle class whites, both north and south.

          • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 6:48 pm #

            Oh! THAT’S why there’s racism. Thanks for clearing that up RD3, you clearly highly qualified historian, you!

          • RD3 February 18, 2024 at 6:53 pm #

            Was there an autopsy when your wife asphyxiated on that sausage?

    • JohnAZ February 18, 2024 at 10:05 am #

      TS. Just another example of what the Blacks really want.

      To lower society’s standards to their level instead of raising their own standards.

      Could it be that the greatest secret in America is that Jarek is right? That Blacks have just accepted the fact that they are inferior and crime ridden as a result and they are trying to destroy the goodness of America so that they do not have to compete?

      The latter is important because our Constitution treats everyone equally, so are we stuck with having to lower our standards to their level? Are we, as a diverse country stuck with mediocre results to accommodate minorities?

      How about the big increase in Chinese immigrants into California? Asians are notorious for outperforming everyone, so is China just seeding the West Coast with folks that will eventually outperform the East Coast and vote to get out of America.

      With the performance of the East Coast, I would not blame them,

      • RD3 February 18, 2024 at 10:12 am #

        This seems to be the goal of common core “education.” Progressives told us that if we integrated schools, negroes would perform the same on standardized testing as whites. When that proved to be complete bullshit, and only about 5% of blacks could meet the white average, the only option was to stop educating whites so everybody could be equally dumb. To the globalists, this has the added benefit of making sure that fewer and fewer Americans can do the math required for tech and STEM jobs, thereby allowing them to bring in more and more Injuns, Chinks, etc.

        • TruthSeeker1986 February 18, 2024 at 10:17 am #


          I had no idea a lot of Chinese were flooding into California, I thought all we were getting is mostly Mexicans and people from Latin America.

          • Ron Anselmo February 18, 2024 at 12:15 pm #

            TS – a NYT article published May 3, 2023, claims illegal immigrants from over 100 different countries have crossed our Southern “Border”. That’s almost a year ago, so some more countries have probably made the list by now.

      • TruthSeeker1986 February 18, 2024 at 10:24 am #


        That’s what I never understood what is the point in turning whites into the enemy if you are going to let in Asians anyway? Asians definitely outperform everyone, I’ve witnessed this many times myself that they are capable of learning and advancing ahead of others rather quickly. It’s ingrained into them since the day they could walk.

        Will Asians be willing to lower their standards? Hell no. But I also never understood why progressive whites were placing blacks above their own anyway. How does that benefit them? What do they get out of that if a bunch of their diversity hires fail really bad? I’m at the point where if I go into a dentist office or medical office and the dentist is black I’m going to outright ask them “Did they hire you because of diversity reasons?”

        I will not hesitate to punch that Dentist as hard as I can if they hurt my tooth. But nowadays I check websites, the last Dentist that pulled my tooth was Asian and they rarely ever make mistakes. Not saying they don’t make mistakes but they rarely do, because they fear failure. Failure scares the hell out of them.

        • JimInFlorida2.0 February 18, 2024 at 11:49 am #

          Asians (usually Japanese and Han Chinese) are there to whitewash the Jewish immigration agenda into White countries and their concurrent agenda to bring White birthrates to zero (Abe Foxman of the ADL said so). Have no doubt that the ADL (and related terrorist organizations) represents Jewish thought and opinion. Odious as it is.

          A key part of the agenda leading to the Pax Judaica being to replace Whites with more easily managed mongrel populations. Canadian PM Justin Trudeau called for White replacement as well and has really shown his Jewish colors. His contempt for White Canadians is there for anybody willing to go down the rabbit hole to find it.

          • TruthSeeker1986 February 18, 2024 at 1:09 pm #


            That’s a real shame….And it seem as though they are going to achieve this agenda. After all they’ve already convinced liberal women to turn their kids into transgenders. They managed to destroy men’s self esteem with their weird interracial pornography, they’ve done a lot of damage to these countries and people continue to allow it. This entire time I thought only WEF wanted to rule over everything but it seem as though the Jews want this for themselves as well. That’s why Europe won’t crack down on the Africans and Muslims flooding in….It’s like we live in the world where being a backstabbing piece of shit traitor is influential everywhere.

          • Jarek February 18, 2024 at 1:21 pm #

            Yet Israel let the WEF use their population as guinea pigs in the Pfizer experiment – and said so publicly. Their high Elite don’t seem to really care about them anymore than ours do us. Their lower Elite are still very patriotic – unlike ours.

          • RD3 February 18, 2024 at 6:23 pm #

            Did they? I’m not convinced that they didn’t all get four courses of saline. Admittedly, I don’t give a fuck and haven’t paid attention. Are they dropping like flies, too?

          • Jarek February 18, 2024 at 9:57 pm #

            Yes, apparently.

          • RD3 February 18, 2024 at 11:31 pm #

            Hmmm. Well, I guess that Jones’s supposition about big Jews hating little Jews is correct. I had always thought that the idea was ridiculous and just more media propaganda.

      • kbird February 18, 2024 at 1:01 pm #

        Local racist kermudgeon Johnaz giving his insights into the world. How about your people John, your Maga peeps, the racist, redneck, toothless, hillbilly, backwoods complete and utter morons….What about all of those people John? You want to talk about blacks being inferior etc…. you white cracker hillbilly’s sure are nothing to be proud of.

        • stelmosfire February 18, 2024 at 1:10 pm #

          Hey Kbird. Is your name going to be on the ballot this November or am I going to have to write your name in again?

        • Jarek February 18, 2024 at 1:22 pm #

          It’s been tested. Appalachian Whites are smarter than upper middle class Blacks of Atlanta.

          So you’re wrong.

        • benr February 18, 2024 at 2:09 pm #

          Look at kakabird the bigot squealing about racism!
          See how the progressive scum roll so lacking in awareness they don’t understand how stupid they look themselves.
          Go back to pretending to being a tough guy at point dume birdbrain.
          There is zero difference between being a racists and being a bigot you have zero moral high ground.

          • kbird February 18, 2024 at 2:30 pm #

            The blogs local moron always chimes in with the same ol bullshit as always. Benr you are always so predictable, it’s pretty funny! You just proved my point you toothless moron! I think you need to get a bigger board Benr, it’s ok to put aside your shortboard and join the rest of the overweight balding men on bloated mid sizes. Have fun!

          • benr February 18, 2024 at 5:23 pm #

            No need to tell you anything different you’re such an idiot it would confuse you anyway.
            Sidenote to the fake local I body surf, boogie board and ride boards from 6’6″ to 12″ gliders.
            I have all my teeth and all my hair.
            I suspect you how ever are pear shaped don’t surf and actually live in Australia or New Zealand and love Socialism so much are willing to lie and pretend to be different people on this very blog to play games with people.

          • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 6:42 pm #

            Woo! kbird nails the dumbass right in his shriveled little MAGA nuts!

            benr, you’re an illiterate fool, but I’d have thought that even you surely by now, would have learned not to directly defend yourself against unfounded slurs. You only look like an even bigger idiot and the picture we all get is of a cartoonish Bluto-like figure seething with rage.

            You’re the first to have a go at anyone with 4th-grade-level insults, so don’t get all precious when someone throws them back at you.

          • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 6:46 pm #

            Further, I suggest you DM your lovely fuck-buddy, Night Gnat, who will be able to provide you with the definitive reasons why kbird is NOT any one of your ‘down under’ nemeses.

            Dumb as a bag of rocks.

          • benr February 18, 2024 at 7:25 pm #

            @mike sherman

            I couldn’t care less what you think since it’s pretty obvious you do very little actual thinking.

            We all know kakabird is another one of your legion of dunce characters.

          • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 7:57 pm #

            Well, that’s quite a coincidence, benr! I sure as heck don’t give a flying fuck what you think and assert either. You’re a MAGAt moron and prove it several times a day.

          • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 7:58 pm #

            I love the regular use of “we all know…” as being proof positive of whatever clown car bullshit you’re spouting today, benr.

  69. sadlycdn February 18, 2024 at 7:08 am #

    Here come………The Truckers…….green spouts of outrage are popping up and fed up Truckers will be the start of some major retaliation……

    • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 6:44 pm #

      There go…The Truckers…with their truck-nuts and MAGA caps, those good ol’ boyz are gonna let those nasty commie liberals have it now, boy! Yessiree…

      • benr February 18, 2024 at 7:28 pm #

        There he goes late in the cycle being a douche like usual.

        • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 7:54 pm #

          Lol…what a sadsack loser, benr.

          After a summer’s weekend of fishing on the ocean, I return to work on a Monday morning and find there’s been a whole heaping of little packets of bullshit left all over the board, that needs swept up and dumped. Just trying to help!

          Yet here you are, on a Sunday evening, at the end of this post’s cycle, posting crap and pointing at me and making grunting noises. How quaint.

          • benr February 18, 2024 at 8:18 pm #

            Nice fake life and yes, WE ALL KNOW you did none of that.

  70. The Man They Call Zazelle February 18, 2024 at 7:39 am #

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  71. JimInFlorida2.0 February 18, 2024 at 11:37 am #

    This is just too easy. After decades of unraveling and uncloaking Jewish crime against Whites, I marvel at how the Sheeple can’t see what is being flaunted in front of them.

    Case in point: [quote] “… their Fulton County case was entirely prepped for them out of DC by Mary McCord, the veteran blob lawyer…”

    Mary B McCord is Ashkenazi Jewish and rolls with the same Kosher Mafia that owns Washington and, by extension, everything that they control. She and her peers have many Black/POC mascots to use against their White victims. Fani Willis being just one of their pets. But, I digress…, Mary McCord is just a small part of something much bigger and older than herself.

    I had a much longer lecture typed out but, the above will suffice.

    • TruthSeeker1986 February 18, 2024 at 11:47 am #


      Exactly, and I’ve even heard some blacks say they outright hope the Jews get slaughtered.There was one Black BLM spokesperson that made a video where she was wishing death upon all Jews.
      But yet and still the Jews hate the whites so bad the very people who kiss their ass the most, suck up to them, always defending them even when they do fucked up shit, and is in favor of supporting them no matter what. They still hate the whites and believe the Blacks will always be their manipulative pets to do their bidding against them, and they will. Because Blacks have no qualms about taking stuff from Whites whether it’s their nation, stealing their women, anything.

    • TruthSeeker1986 February 18, 2024 at 11:50 am #

      That’s why I never understood why do White people worship anyone that hate them. It’s like the liberal whites who worship blacks, are hated by blacks but still continue to worship the ground they walk on anyway.

      • elysianfield February 18, 2024 at 12:59 pm #

        “like the liberal whites who worship blacks”

        Lack of exposure.

        • TruthSeeker1986 February 18, 2024 at 1:11 pm #

          Lack of exposure to what exactly?

          • elysianfield February 18, 2024 at 3:55 pm #

            Ghetto culture. Let me go out on a limb here…you will not find ANYONE who worked as a cop, fireman, bus driver, most other service industries that require extensive time in a ghetto, that espouse liberal crap about the races…they all seem relatively conservative on the subject. The liberals are the ones who never spent any time in a ghetto without money or a power base.

            Prove me wrong.

          • RD3 February 18, 2024 at 5:29 pm #

            My mother was a self-loathing white liberal. Her entire family was effete, obnoxious progressives. I was raised to hate all non-elite whites. The reason that I don’t is because I grew up around blacks and saw how degenerate, violent, ignorant, and dumb most of them were. Race realism isn’t taught, its learned. On the job experience is the best kind.

        • Jarek February 18, 2024 at 1:36 pm #

          It’s a sick form of Christianity. One White guy in South Africa forgave the Blacks who raped and murdered his daughter. He started a Foundation in her name and her murderers worked there. I assume the Foundation was to help other Blacks.

          Ditto with adoration of the Jews.

      • stelmosfire February 18, 2024 at 1:28 pm #

        Speaking of, “liberal whites who worship blacks,” Black Jesus is dead, killed 2 days ago in a “mass shooting” down in Alabama. Didn’t hear about it? I wonder why? Shooting in KC was a hot story. For a few hours anyway until the truth came out.


      • Rooftop Observer February 18, 2024 at 6:14 pm #


        You’ve been an interesting newbie around these parts. You ‘arrived’ a few weeks back, stating that you are young and just full of questions, trying to get a handle on what the heck is going on. If I recall, someone warned you about rabbit holes and staying away from the lunatics inhabiting this place…clearly, that fell on deaf ears.

        Here you are now, coming out as an anti-Semite. Is this a whole new thing for you? A falling away of the scales from your eyes? Or is it (and more likely) that you presented yourself as a tabula rasa when in fact you were far from any such ‘innocence’? The old “I’m just asking questions!” switcheroo?

  72. Jarek February 18, 2024 at 2:06 pm #

    Chad Costner Posts Pictures of Puppy on Valentine’s Day


    I see a lot of faggots and retards complaining about not having a girlfriend.

    Is there anything more gay?

    Kevin Costner, who is experiencing a massive career renaissance in his 60s, starring in one of the most popular shows on TV, Yellowstone, was recently divorced by his whore wife. They were married for 18 years, have three teenage kids, and this bitch decided she was “not happy anymore,” and it was time to ruin everyone’s life.

    I’ve seen white knighting faggots claim that when I list off the mega-list of the most desirable men in the world who have been totally divorce-raped, that these men are somehow bad examples.

    The list I usually give goes something like:

    Brad Pitt
    Johnny Depp
    Elon Musk
    Justin Trudeau
    Ben Affleck
    Vladimir Putin
    Jeff Bezos
    Mel Gibson
    Chris Pratt
    Orlando Bloom
    Tom Cruise
    You can basically keep going forever, because 95% of men who get married will eventually get divorced. (Seriously, the statistics are total horseshit – they don’t include men who just haven’t been divorced yet.)

    The criticism is that celebrities, politicians, and the ultra-wealthy are abnormal, and that their desirability… somehow makes them more likely to suffer a divorce? Honestly, I don’t understand the criticism. I can see how Johnny Depp is a weirdo, Justin Trudeau is a fag, Brad Pitt married a terrible witch, and some other things you could pick at with specific examples, but when taken as a whole, the fact that all of the men who are objectively the most desirable men on the planet cannot keep their wife from leaving them is an absolute condemnation of the entire modern world.

    My assertion here is simple: if these men can’t make it work, you don’t have any chance at all, save the same chances you’d have at the roulette table (or worse). I don’t tell men not to get married. I just tell them to be ready for a divorce, because it will almost certainly happen. Keep money hidden (crypto is a good place for that), be ready to go for the throat in court to try to get custody of your kids, and if you can’t get custody, get ready to give up on the kids and flee the country.

    That’s the reality you’re facing. Sorry. But I keep it real.

    Costner’s divorce was a particularly pointed addition to my list, as he is about as normal as anyone in Hollywood. By all accounts, he was living a very normal, upper-class life with his wife and kids. He is also arguably at the peak of his career, what with that cow-herding show everyone loves.

    But that wasn’t enough. It wasn’t enough because nothing is ever enough for these whores, and if they think they have the ability to ruin you, to ruin your kids, they will do it.

    On Valentine’s Day, instead of posting something with a new girlfriend on Instagram, Costner did the most alpha chad move we’ve seen yet from a divorcee and posted a photo of his dog sleeping on his dishwasher door.

    He posted another picture of him looking to be in great shape with his dog and his truck and said he’s in love with the special guy.

    A lot of retards demanding a girlfriend could learn a lot from this.

    Why do you need a woman?

    What does the woman do that the dog doesn’t do, other than sex (which is the most overrated thing ever)?

    The dog will not betray and abandon you. In fact, the dog will die for you. The dog will always be there for you.

    Also, a sweet big-ass Ford truck will not abandon you. Well, it’s definitely less reliable than a yellow Labrador. But off-roading in a Ranger or an F-150 (or a Jeep, or a Toyota if you’re poor) is a lot better than sex. Loading shit in a truck and carrying it around is also a lot more satisfying than sex. Just whatever. You know, if your friend needs a new refrigerator or something. Go pick it up in your truck and unload it. You will be filled with a sense of satisfaction and contentedness. This is different than when you ejaculate, and feel a sense of self-loathing and existential dread as some woman steals your vital essence to use for her own satanic purposes.

    There is no point to women, other than children. Period. Everything else useful a woman does you can hire someone to do – cooking, cleaning, sex. The idea that you think you need a woman is a busted part of your psyche that relates both to your childhood experiences with your mother and ingrained biological impulses to reproduce.

    Therefore: if you’re going to get married, don’t do it for “love.” There is no love to be had from these hoes. It’s like Snoop Dogg said. If you do it, do it for kids, and think of it as a Solid Snake type enemy infiltration mission. Don’t get emotional about it.

    Also: maybe you don’t really want or need kids right now? There’s not really a rush. If you don’t already have money, you shouldn’t even be thinking about it at all. If you’ve got money, think it through all the way, pray and weigh the weights, and then do it if you think you can do it, but do not let that whore inside your head.

    No matter what you do: do not let her inside of your head.

    She will scoop out your soul as with an ice cream scooper.

    Don’t Quote Saint Paul at Me, Bro
    I’ve argued we should follow the Bible.

    Therefore, when I say all these horrible things about women, and how you should give NOTHING AT ALL to your wife or any other woman, people will quote Saint Paul at me.

    Firstly, I want to say that Saint Paul is where all these quotes come from. You can go to one of these websites that pulls every single Bible verse on a topic (such as this link here) and you’re going to find virtually nothing in the Old Testament or the Gospels about how you should “love your wife.”

    Most of the verses in the Old Testament assume your wife is probably a whore creating a nightmare world for you, and talk about how you’re blessed if that’s not happening.

    But there are repeated verses in the letters of Saint Paul saying “love your wife and don’t beat her.” I admit that these exist, and obviously, they are part of the inspired canon.

    We’re going to have to consider context here.

    Marriages were always for life in Christian society, and the man was always totally in charge, so of course in that situation, you should do your best to deal with your wife’s bullshit and not totally beat the shit out of her every single day because she won’t shut the fuck up. I agree with these words from Saint Paul, in this context.

    However, everything is totally different now. Totally different. Not even similar in basic form.

    Most importantly: if you get married in any Western country in the current year, you are not actually getting married. There is no contract. It’s a contract that can be vacated by either party, at any time, for any reason or no reason, meaning it’s not a real contract.

    It’s maybe difficult to grasp, but you’re not actually getting married in any traditional sense.

    Or, conversely, you are getting married in a church in front of God, and therefore it’s the divorce that is not real. That’s actually the way I view it. When people tell me they are divorced, I ask: “did you get married in a church?” and they say yes, and I follow up, “did you get divorced in the church?” When they answer in the negative, I say “then you’re not divorced.”

    There is actually no such thing as “divorce.” This is very clear in the Bible, said by Jesus Christ Himself. He says, explicitly, that if you are married in a church, a civil court cannot simply abolish this bond.

    If we take it from this view, every “divorced” man is simply a victim of spousal abandonment and government robbery. The government has zero right to take anything from you and give it to that stupid whore. It is blatant robbery.

    But hey – it is what it is. The government has a lot of men with guns who will kill you if you oppose them.

    So, you’re in this situation. This is the situation in which you find yourself. It is not the situation of the Bible times, nor is it the situation of even 50 years ago. It is a new situation, and the Bible doesn’t speak to it.

    The fact that a legal divorce is possible at any time for any reason means that as soon as you are married, you are already divorced. It is the prime eventuality, and in most cases, an inevitability. You are effectively betting on the bitch not getting bored. Women get bored very easily, because they have nothing going on in their heads beyond base desires and unwarranted delusions of self-importance.

    The fact that any woman is likely to abandon you and then use the government’s army to rob you means that you must act rationally under these circumstances. You can “love her” in the sense of not being abusive (which is basically what Paul means in those verses anyway), but don’t offer her any of yourself. She will gobble it up and spit it out.

    Women are agents of a Jewish government that is at war with you.

    This is a war.

    Shields up.

    It’s tough out there, my dear parasocial friends.

    It is because I care about you deeply that I tell you: you must be tougher than the world if you hope to survive it.

    Someday, there will be a place for tired soldiers to rest and to live free from the exploitations of these monsters who rule over us.

    But that day is not today.

    Today, as yesterday and the day before, we go to war.

    We do our best to stay alive.

    Jarek: Here is wisdom indeed. Women are the enemy within. Do not let them in unless they prove themselves over a very long period. And even then, watch! The number of “grey” divorces seem to be increasing as older women are succumbing to tic tok and its message of dissatisfaction. Good girls who became good women and got married are longing for what they missed out on.

    In an ideal society, such oath breakers wouldn’t get the house, the car, the kids, etc. They’d get to leave with a small suitcase.

    If she works, don’t mix your finances with hers. Keep one joint account for mutual expenses. Other than that, what’s hers is hers and what’s yours will remain yours. It makes the coming break up easier. Needless to say they see what’s yours as theirs but what’s hers as still hers.

    • Paula D February 18, 2024 at 5:16 pm #

      lol, “But off-roading in a Ranger or an F-150 (or a Jeep, or a Toyota if you’re poor) is a lot better than sex. Loading shit in a truck and carrying it around is also a lot more satisfying than sex…..
      This is different than when you ejaculate, and feel a sense of self-loathing and existential dread as some woman steals your vital essence to use for her own satanic purposes.”

      I can say with confidence that I understand why Anglin is divorced.

      • RD3 February 18, 2024 at 6:26 pm #

        My main quibble is that a Toyota is regarded as a poor man’s vehicle and/or a poor substitute for a Ford or Jeep. I’ve owned several 4×4’s, foreign and domestic, and I have to say that the jacked-up Tacoma I had was, by far, the best off road vehicle i have owned. I routinely left F-150’s, Silverados and Jeeps of every variety in my wake.

        • benr February 18, 2024 at 7:21 pm #

          I would stack a Toyota hilux against anything from ford or jeep.
          My 4runner stock smokes most other 4×4 as well.
          Jeeps are some of the worst vehicles on the road when it comes to not falling apart. They are good in the dirt but mechanically I don’t trust them at all.
          A friend bought a high end Rubicon and in 20,000 miles his brakes started acting up at low speeds.
          He would hit the brake and it never engaged so he would rear end people at under five miles an hour.
          Took it into the jeep dealership and nothing registered so they took it for a test drive and it did it during the test drive with the mechanic at the wheel.

          • RD3 February 18, 2024 at 7:37 pm #

            I saw a number of Hilux’s in Europe. Some of them were real jacked up and mean looking. To my knowledge, you can’t bring them over here (US) without a lot of modification. I saw one in California with a right-side steering wheel. I happen to really like Toyotas. I think they are the best made vehicles on the market today. As far as American cars go, Fords and Lincolns are the only ones I would buy. Old GM and MOPAR muscle cars are great, but I wouldn’t touch anything they have made in the past 40 years.

          • benr February 18, 2024 at 8:22 pm #

            There was a hilux being sold in San Diego I was very close to buying it.
            I was going to plop the $20,000 grand down but someone snapped it up before I could get over and buy it.

      • Jarek February 18, 2024 at 9:55 pm #

        Well yes, a bit of purple prose there. Most women wouldn’t know how to do magic with sperm. Of course they could get pregnant with it if you don’t use protection, and then ruin your life – perhaps by lying about being on the pill.

    • stelmosfire February 18, 2024 at 6:18 pm #


    • Organist1022 February 18, 2024 at 6:47 pm #

      A lot of what you say is spot on. A LOT.

      That being said, my SIL, who is now and has always been the poster child for home/faith/family, managed to get an annulment after 25+ years because her weasel husband had been serial cheating with the same woman throughout the marriage. A high school girlfriend, who he has since married. SIL is also remarried, seems happy, but will never quite be the same after weathering such devastating betrayal.

      So yes, men seem to get the short end most often, but nothing is an absolute.

      • Jarek February 18, 2024 at 9:52 pm #

        Yes, nothing is absolute except God.

    • SpeedyBB February 19, 2024 at 7:27 am #

      This is the marriage advice we are proffered in a new Millennium, far beyond Ann Landers or Amy Vanderbilt.

  73. docmartin February 18, 2024 at 2:41 pm #

    Alas, Jarek has finally been admitted to his local psychiatric hospital where he was strapped down tightly to the gurney being wheeled in by black orderlies. An Asian female nurse decided he needed to be seen by a Jewish psychiatrist . He was then committed to a lockdown ward with multiracial transgender patients. The good news is that they have allowed him to still comment on Mr Kunstler’s blogs! It’s all good…….

    • Jarek February 18, 2024 at 2:46 pm #

      Yes, who says multiracial societies don’t work? They can work together to destroy the founding race – then comes the war of all against all.

      Which of the many sides are you going to be one, Herr Doc?

    • beantownbill. February 18, 2024 at 3:07 pm #


      When you want to be, you can be very amusing.

  74. beantownbill. February 18, 2024 at 3:04 pm #

    I have to laugh. The comment section has turned into a haven for Jew and woman haters. Since there’s so many of them here, I’m going to resort to using some descriptive Yiddish words (just to irritate them).

    First, those men are schnorrers. Look up the word in a Yiddish to English dictionary. I think it aptly describes you. I also laugh at your misogyny. Most of the women here are balabustas. I know that sounds like ball busters, but in Yiddish it’s actually a word that is a big compliment, so congratulations, females here.

    It’s hard to fathom how stupid you guys are. Some of you can’t even string together coherent sentences, which shows your ignorance.

    • SoftStarLight February 18, 2024 at 3:16 pm #

      Hey Bill! Are you back from your Florida trip? It’s beautiful weather here today crystal clear blue skies and all

      • beantownbill. February 18, 2024 at 3:34 pm #

        I’m not going home until Tuesday night. It’s been raining hard for the past two days, but beautiful all the other days. I’m looking forward to being home, except for the cold weather. I’m going up to the fourth floor to do my last load of laundry. Then tomorrow I’ll post the balance of me getting to Disney. It’s quite a story.

        • BackRowHeckler February 18, 2024 at 3:39 pm #

          Daytona 500 got rained out, postponed until tomorrow.

          • RD3 February 18, 2024 at 5:20 pm #

            Nascar was the honkiest sport in the land, but even that has been taken from us. A sport created by the sons and grandsons of Confederate soldiers, and they’re no longer allowed to wave the stars and bars. And, they have to put up with a race hustling, race hoaxer, who can’t tell the difference between a pull handle and a noose. The whole time that absurd saga was occurring, I was hoping it actually was a noose and there was still a little fight left in a renegade mechanic or two….

          • benr February 18, 2024 at 5:26 pm #

            It’s only a noose if it has 13 knots anything else is not a noose.

          • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 9:03 pm #

            As usual, wee benr embarrasses himself (could be a job for you with the MAGAts in Congress, benr! You’re a natural!)

            “It is an unfounded urban legend that the hangman’s noose is supposed to have 13 coils. It only has one knot, but part of the one knot is the number of coils that make it up.

            So it MIGHT have 13 coils, though that’s far from necessary. And it is only ONE know, moron. Weren’t you in the Navy? Jeez, I learned more about knots in the Sea Scouts than you appear to know.

          • benr February 19, 2024 at 8:53 am #


            I stand corrected yes 13 coils and one knot.
            See it ain’t hard to admit to a mistake.
            Of course if you had to admit to being wrong well that is all you would be doing.

        • SoftStarLight February 18, 2024 at 3:49 pm #

          Yes, there’s no place like home. For sure. Well stay dry and we’ll await the Disney saga.

      • BackRowHeckler February 18, 2024 at 6:39 pm #

        The new Commanding General in Ukraine, appointed by Zelensky, is Russian, whose family still lives in Russia, and whose grandfathers served in the Red Army in WW2 ~ Alexander Syrsky. More evidence this is a Civil War more than anything else. Similar to the American Civil War, where the CO of the Trans-Confederacy west of the Mississipi, General Kirby Smith, had roots in New Britain, Ct, and Confederate General Fighting Joe Wheeler went to HS at Cheshire Academy in Cheshire, Ct. George Thomas, one of the Union’s best Generals ‘The Rock of Chickamauga’ grew up in rural Virginia, You watch video of the two armies and it’s hard to tell them apart, Russian & Ukrainian, looking alike and speaking practically the same language. You wonder why we are sticking our nose in this internecine conflict.

        Meanwhile, things must be getting bad in Chicago. KFC abruptly shut down its 4 restaurants in the southside of the city. That means no fried chicken for a segment of the population that loves fried chicken. This might mean trouble. Walmart is pulling out too; Walgrens & CVS are long gone. Dems hold their national convention this summer in Chicago, things might get dicey. As bad as 1968? Who knows? One thing for sure is this current Chi Mayor is no Mayor Daley.

    • TruthSeeker1986 February 18, 2024 at 3:22 pm #


      I honestly don’t care what aging old people say or think of me to be honest. You sound more like a Christcuck. “Women hater” “Jew Hater.” I bet you aren’t even married. And you also remind me why I don’t even bother to linger around websites like AmericanThinker anymore.

      Plenty of people just like you hang out there. Say something about the Jews even calling out the negatives and automatically “JEW HATER!” Call out women for some of the things they’ve done despite the fact women have no problem getting together to talk about the negatives man has done, “WOMAN HATER!” I guess unless we praise either of the two we are all just very ignorant people. Tell me something, do you call the Jews ignorant and stupid when they post videos openly admitting a lot of negative shit? I bet you don’t.

      • beantownbill. February 18, 2024 at 3:42 pm #

        Your fast response to my post shows me that what I said bothers you, no matter how much you deny it – especially since I didn’t mention you by name. JHK, a Jew, went out of his way to welcome you, and you repay him by disparaging his religion. What a gentleman you are!

      • TruthSeeker1986 February 18, 2024 at 3:47 pm #

        After all I only speak of things I know are part of the problem in the world. Sometimes speaking the truth too much can trigger and make certain people upset. I’ve noticed that with every social media platform where people like me, Jarek, etc would have been kicked off and banned a long time ago for saying too much.

        The only website I can think of where people have freedom to speak openly about any and everything is a site called HappierAbroad.com
        The owner is Taiwanese, and he lets people express themselves about any and everything. Criticizing Jews or whatever is not off the table. The fact of the matter is times are changing and half the world is turning on them and hate them.

        Nothing you or them can do about it unless they plan to throw a bitch fit and nuke everybody because they can’t stand being insulted or called out for the things they’ve done and the problems they have caused other countries.

        I’m pretty sure people in Europe aren’t happy about them pushing all these dark and brown people into Europe so they can expand Israel all over the Middle East and then have their nation free of Goyims and filthy disgusting beast while everyone else’s country become Towers of Babylon full of violence, poverty, desperation, and Civil War. Something they’ll never have to worry about.

        • benr February 18, 2024 at 6:07 pm #

          The fact of the matter is scapegoating Jews is nothing new.
          It has been going on for 2,000 years.
          More often than not these same people should really look at the source of their frustrations as their own failures.

          • RD3 February 18, 2024 at 6:12 pm #

            You’re a fool.

        • Organist1022 February 18, 2024 at 6:16 pm #

          The website you reference won’t load. So much for that.

          • anmariwakaranai February 18, 2024 at 8:16 pm #

            Try using brave. 1 minute download.

    • TruthSeeker1986 February 18, 2024 at 3:25 pm #

      Another thing is, I have to laugh at the fact that people even at your age still seek approval from others.

  75. SoftStarLight February 18, 2024 at 3:14 pm #

    What’s perplexing to me is discerning what things are part of the movie and what things are part of the war. For example, I get the impression that Tucker’s interview with Putin and Trump’s civil case with Judge Engoron are part of the movie. But the Epstein saga and the palatial intrigue of the Bushes, Clintons, Obamas etc is part of the war. The aliens are real though. I feel like you will come to believe that as well in time, as has been the case with other things lol.

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  76. SoftStarLight February 18, 2024 at 3:57 pm #

    Dr. Finkelstein, i’m concerned, it seems like the patients are in need of more chill pills or do you recommend something stronger? Oh and btw, the smart one, i’d like to take the night shift too if you don’t mind. He needs some extra attention with the difficulties he’s had convalescing and all lol.

    • Jarek February 18, 2024 at 4:44 pm #

      Dr Finkelstein? Martin Finkelstein? That’s my doctor! You must be talking about me. I will welcome your ministrations. I’m getting stronger by the day…..

      • SoftStarLight February 18, 2024 at 5:32 pm #

        Lol oh good, it’s always better when the patient accepts the protocols and treatments. There’s a lot to gain from an ouch you know. As funny as it may sound, your strength is my purpose. You were selected by the underground high council for an important mission. Details will come. They aren’t important for the moment. Anyhoo, your vitals look really good. I’ll come back and check on you after dinner. I’ll have em sneak a good one up for ya ;0)

        • Jarek February 18, 2024 at 11:14 pm #

          Maybe we can watch a good dog cam together.

          • SoftStarLight February 18, 2024 at 11:46 pm #

            The high council didn’t prepare me for this test of my patience. If you think i’m doing you a favor think again. I’m simply doing my job. Now if you’ll excuse me. There are a ton of patients on the ward tonight. Maybe your not so subtle wit will be in a restful state later. ..I’ll check in in a bit

  77. benr February 18, 2024 at 6:04 pm #

    We out spent ourselves at Costco this year so much so that the yearly percentage back was enough we were not sure what to do with it.

    I decided to try the iRobot sweeper and mop set that was on sale.

    After some initial trial and error, I got it setup and it worked pretty well.
    The first sweeper went defective after two months and would just spin in circles, so I took it back and got another one.
    This after cleaning the optical eyes and ensuring the wheels spun and moved as they were designed to do.
    The mop unit also had an issue it would flip open the top when it ran into a wall hard and the little clip that held the lid closed would go flying off.
    Some crazy glue at the tip of the clip and it works like a champ now.

    Is it my imagination or is almost everything being purchased defective?
    Where is the quality control MAN.
    Anyone else have these things?
    Geeves and Rosie are doing well.
    Rosie the mopper keeps getting herself stuck in one of the bathrooms by shutting the door on herself.

    • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 6:31 pm #

      What a sad commentary on late American capitalism…

      • SoftStarLight February 18, 2024 at 6:46 pm #

        i guess you hadn’t realized yet that you are a machine and therefore you too are susceptible to glitches and malfunctions.

    • SpeedyBB February 19, 2024 at 8:01 am #

      One theory, benr, is that the Asian manufacturers are just not ready for the heavy-duty rough’n’tumble that Americans put their exports through.

      • SpeedyBB February 19, 2024 at 8:05 am #

        I think it may have been the early Honda 125 trail machines imported in to Cali that were getting busted all to hell by kids doing wheelies and huge jumps on them.

        The Japanese, dumbstruck, were saying “Kids aren’t supposed to ride like that.”

        But the neighborhood hellions put those timid trail bikes through the wringer.

        We tend to be HARD on hardware. Convince me otherwise.

        • benr February 19, 2024 at 8:52 am #

          These devices roam around the house and clean the floor.

          They are not abused.
          They are not driving around with an obese cat or dog on them.

          I suspect all the recycling of electronics is at the root of the problem.
          I think they are de-soldering components checking to see if they fall in the range and reusing them in new products.

  78. Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 6:27 pm #

    So, what a week for the MAGAts – Informant Smirnov was exposed as a liar (by a Trump-appointed judge as Special Prosecutor Weiss); Drumpfy loses his shirt in a devastating court ruling; Wee Donny & Dumbo were fined individually for more money than most anyone on this board could lay claim to (except perhaps BTB). I could go on (and on and…) but why labor the point?

    Still – you did have a major win – Putin’s Rissian conscripts managed to take back a city in East Ukraine! Yay!!!

    I’m fully aware of the bullshit narrative about the 2014 Ukrainian revolution as espoused by CTNJ Extraordinaire, Night Gnat which appears to have been adopted by our host as well, but dammit! Some inconvenient facts just get in the way.

    An actual historian (as opposed to some asshole blogger who will rebroadcast any old shit that will get clicks) has just laid it all out so succinctly and exposes the MAGAt/Trump agenda very clearly. Remember, this opinion is based on facts and research, not wild speculations or faked FBI documents:


    An excerpt:

    “The ouster of Yanukovych [2014] meant that American political consultant Paul Manafort was out of a job.

    Manafort had worked with Yanukovych since 2004. In that year, the Russian-backed politician appeared to have won the presidency of Ukraine. But Yanukovych was rumored to have ties to organized crime, and the election was full of fraud, including the poisoning of a key rival who wanted to break ties with Russia and align Ukraine with Europe. The U.S. government and other international observers did not recognize the election results, while Russia’s president Vladimir Putin congratulated Yanukovych even before the results were officially announced.

    The Ukrainian government voided the election and called for a do-over.

    To rehabilitate his reputation, Yanukovych turned to Manafort, who was already working for a young Russian billionaire, Oleg Deripaska. Deripaska worried that Ukraine would break free of Russian influence and was eager to prove useful to Vladimir Putin. At the time, Putin was trying to consolidate power in Russia, where oligarchs were monopolizing formerly publicly held industries and replacing the region’s communist leaders. In 2004, American journalist Paul Klebnikov, the chief editor of Forbes in Russia, was murdered as he tried to call attention to what the oligarchs were doing.

    It’s only a 15-minute read – try ingesting some facts for once, you MAGAt nutjobs.

    • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 6:28 pm #

      (This means you, benr.)

      • SoftStarLight February 18, 2024 at 6:51 pm #

        I spoke with the Dr and I told him that I think a lobotomy would be the best course of treatment for you. He told me that I wasn’t a doctor and therefore I am unable to issue a prognosis and a protocol for treatment. You should be happy i’m not a doctor lol. You see, there are positive things after all. Toodles

        • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 8:47 pm #

          Is this the doctor who told you not to take the vaccine? Does he prescribe crystals & incense for you?

          • RD3 February 18, 2024 at 9:41 pm #


            When your “daughter” transitioned, did you keep “her” cock in a jar for safekeeping? You mentioned that you were struggling get your health plan to pay for it. I thought that NGO’s like yours’ were usually wiling to pay for addadictomies and other such surgery. Oh well, I wish you and that abomination of yours the best.

          • benr February 19, 2024 at 8:27 am #



            It wasn’t his daughter it was himself of course.
            Which is why he was Majella and is now calling himself Mike Sherman.
            All that hormone therapy is making it crazier and crazier plus its secret love of Donald Trump is really confusing it.

      • benr February 18, 2024 at 7:06 pm #


        Facts and progressives are as fluid as your genders.

        While campaigning in Des Moines, Iowa, for the U.S. presidency in August 2019, former Vice President Joe Biden said, “We choose truth over facts.”

        • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 8:48 pm #

          In 2017, Kelly Anne Conway said “But…The president has ‘alternative facts’, which are also referred to, most often, as straightout lies

          • benr February 19, 2024 at 8:31 am #

            We are talking about the current resident in the Whitehouse the liar N chief poopy pants Joe Biden.
            Do try and keep up.


            The facial expression on this one.
            Joe Biden is seriously demented.
            One can’t watch this and not laugh.

          • benr February 19, 2024 at 8:43 am #

            Walk like a Joe Biden!


            This is pretty good.

          • benr February 19, 2024 at 8:45 am #

            Even Australia is making fun of this zombie.


    • BackRowHeckler February 18, 2024 at 8:03 pm #

      Ha Paul Manafort guy was my neighbor I can see his old house out my back window.. It took him a long time to sell the place he was asking too much. It’s up on what we call ‘Mafia Hill’ and is done up in ornate Italian style.

  79. beantownbill. February 18, 2024 at 6:40 pm #

    Ok, so we got off the plane at the Orlando Airport (heretofore called MCO like the airplane industry does). We had no idea where to go to get to the Hertz counter.

    • SoftStarLight February 18, 2024 at 6:53 pm #

      They should’ve shuttled you to the Hertz counter! Who the heck are these people Bill?

      • beantownbill. February 18, 2024 at 8:47 pm #

        That’s what I’d like to know, but no one was there. So we walked around and kept walking and walking. Only people on their way in a hurry. We must have walked at least a mile and we still had no idea where we were. We are no dummies, but there wasn’t any signage. After wandering for about an hour, a person who actually worked at MCO drove by in a motorized cart of some sort. He stopped and picked us up. Finally! He drove us to the Hertz counter. We would have never found it ourselves.

        The Hertz counter had only one person. We gave her our info and she verified we were in the computer. She then asked for our credit card. I told her we already paid when we ordered a rental. She said she needed the card. I said ok and handed it to her. She checked and said we didn’t have that card in the computer. Turns out we used our business card when we ordered the car a few months back, but we since retired and put it away back home, and kept our personal card. That’s the card we gave her. This opened up a can of worms.

        Se said she still needed the card from which we ordered. We told her it was back in Boston. Then she asked for my drivers license. I asked why. She said to prove I was who I said I was. I said I already gave you my personal card. She said I could have just found it. So I gave her my license which had my picture and name on it. She said I believe you are in fact beantown bill. Good. Finally! In the meantime a line was forming behind us for people to get their car.

        Unfortunately, she said that now I have to call the Hertz main office and get a new order with my personal card, but she would save the reservation. I said just call them. She said she’s not allowed to. WHAT? More and more people were lining up behind us. She told us to move to a nearby table to make the call. We moved to a table and made the call. A machine answered and said it was so busy there’d be a 15 minute wait.

        After 20 minutes no answer. I then decided to kill the attendant. I got up to do that, but Hertz at that moment answered the phone. I did what they asked and got the order done.

        I want to say that I’ve just been describing what happened, but if you know me even a little, you know I wasn’t just taking all this meekly. I won’t talk about what I was saying to the clerk. She never knew how close she was to death.

        Anyway, then we had to pick up the car. I asked the clerk where was the pickup place. She pointed to a sign with an arrow that said pickup. She never gave us verbal directions. We followed the signs. It turned out that Hertz’s pick-up lot is as far away as possible. We finally got our car – which by the way was a shitty Jeep SUV. It only had a night rear view mirror, so you couldn’t really see out of it during the day, there were other things wrong as well, that we found out later, like it had no window washer fluid.

        End of this story. We checked into Disney around 9 pm, after leaving our house at 10:15 a.m. for a 3 hr. flight, a 3 hour flight (sounds like the Minnow intro song).

        • SoftStarLight February 19, 2024 at 12:03 am #

          Unbelievable! It sounds like an awful lot of red tape and rigamarole, Bill. I’m glad your anger management techniques were successful in keeping you from your worse angels. I know it’s such a cliche’ but it is hard to find good help these days. I’m sure there was some way the clerk could’ve helped but probably didn’t want to take the time to do it. But at the same time the companies are cutting their operations as much as possible to save on the expense and so you have one person at the counter and of course the price is paid by the customer.

        • Islander February 19, 2024 at 12:05 am #

          You went through all this to go to DISNEYLAND?

          I feel very sorry for you, and it’s not because of the poor service at MCO.

          Hard to take you seriously after learining that you dropped card cash to visit effing D’land.

          • benr February 19, 2024 at 8:20 am #

            While I agree with the sentiment Disneyworld is a something to be done hopefully with a young child to see the wonder of the world through.

            It is expensive and a huge hassle and the parent company is about as big a piece of shit as one can get.

            My wife and daughter booked a Disneyworld trip last August yes August!
            My son in law and I both just shut our mouths and bore the pain for the week long trip.
            We stayed at the military hotel Shades of Green which was very nice but showed some signs of abuse if you looked close enough.
            The hotel had enough to do that one day should have been spent hanging out at the pool and watching the flock of wild turkeys wandering around.

            We did two days at the main park and a day at the other parks plus one day at hurricane harbor which was the best part of the entire trip.
            Dropped around six grand had a decent time and walked damn near fifty miles.
            Told my wife and daughter they shot the magic bullet I would never do another Disneyland resort only vacation.
            You want to come back fine but we are doing something other than a non-amusment park.

            With all that said my grand daughter had a blast with the princess breakfast and the waterpark.
            I wish we would have waited another year or two as I think she was just to young to actually understand it all.
            I am amazed at how people just throw money around.
            I got talked into buying a $20 dollar balloon.
            I was annoyed at the time but that balloon is still alive six months later in a rather deflated state but she still plays with it.

          • beantownbill. February 19, 2024 at 11:26 am #


            You ought not make assumptions. We bought a timeshare there 20 years ago when WDW was much nicer and our grandchildren have had some joyful memories there. Also we didn’t have to pay for the room.

  80. BULLITT February 18, 2024 at 6:42 pm #

    Mike Sherman, you are a smart guy. I would like your opinion on defunding the police, gender policies, voting without showing an I.D. permitting illegals to enter the Country without proper vetting, providing money to foreign countries who are our enemies or tend to be dictatorships, and your honest opinion if the Biden family has criminal tendencies. Set the record straight with me so I can tell if you are for real.

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    • benr February 18, 2024 at 7:07 pm #

      He won’t answer any of that as he is a coward.

      • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 7:49 pm #

        I won’t answer any of that because they are all bullshit questions – a very poor attempt at ‘gotcha’ without a fecking clue.

        • benr February 18, 2024 at 8:23 pm #

          As I said you’re a coward.

          • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 8:44 pm #


    • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 8:44 pm #


      Please provide me with examples of where & when the “police” anywhere has been defunded? (Aside from MTG selling tee-shirts as a fundraiser that say “Defund the FBI”? I mean…)

      Which ‘gender policies’ are you referring to here?

      Voter IDs? Huh? In a country where you have to show ID to buy a loaf of Wonderbread?

      If you mean Asylum Seekers, then they’re not ‘illegal’. Read some basic law, perhaps? Sorry if you don’t LIKE the law…you can always write to your congressman and have him/her work to change it, but if that’s a MAGAt congress critter, your chances are less than a snowball’s.

      Providing money to dictatorships? Which ones? When? Or are you referring to Israel? Taiwan? Gaza? Ukraine? Which one are you bitching about?

      Biden Crime Family? That’s a real laugh today, after Comer Pyle’s star witness was indicted, at the same time the Drumpf Organisation was found to be not incompetent, but just plain fraudulent.

      • BULLITT February 18, 2024 at 9:03 pm #

        As usual, you have no answers just questions.
        You are just so brilliant!

        • Mike Sherman February 19, 2024 at 6:34 pm #

          Hope you find this, arsehole.

          I asked questions because your ‘questions’ weren’t actual questions, or if you thought they were then you’d better go back to high school and study critical thinking.

  81. anmariwakaranai February 18, 2024 at 8:21 pm #

    Thanx Fanni Willis, I will never be able to erase the image of a ‘stomp waffle’, from my poor beleaguered brain.


    • benr February 18, 2024 at 8:26 pm #

      Another slam dunk Trump trial up in smoke.

      But but they got the indictment!
      Time for Trump to sue to recover all the money he spent on lawyers.

      • Mike Sherman February 18, 2024 at 8:35 pm #

        Hah! What’s life like, living in a fever dream of delusion, benr?

        • benr February 19, 2024 at 8:04 am #

          Great living in the land of reality.

          What’s it like living in the land of 103 genders?
          Are you channeling the gender poop emoji again?

    • anmariwakaranai February 18, 2024 at 9:03 pm #

      It’s seared in, like a burnt pot you have to chuck. And there I was being sufficiently diverted by all the nonsense. Lesson learned.

  82. SoftStarLight February 19, 2024 at 12:21 am #

    I think this is part of the war. It’s a download and reveal for the casual viewing public but I think it is a warning to the globalist dark workers. Red signals the war and also the warning. Their infrastructure and blueprints are mapped and on grid. Midnight blue, periwinkle, and white are reinforcing the foundation of the guardians and communicate that the power centers must be cleansed and purified for the sake of peace and tranquility.


  83. Ishabaka February 19, 2024 at 8:50 am #

    I predict the worst Willis and Wade will face is a reprimand, she will continue to prosecute Trump, and an Atlanta jury will find him guilty.
    Blacks can do anything because of slavery is the current doctrine.

  84. CyberPass February 19, 2024 at 4:19 pm #

    ” the War in Ukraine which is winding down towards another US humiliation…” Like hell it’s winding down- Congress has just appropriated another $50 billion for them, right out of our pockets- or for those not looking, theft by inflation due to expansion of the national debt, which no one stands up to except maybe Ron Paul and his son (not to mention $10 billion tacked on for impoverished Israel.)


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