Saturday, March 17, 2018

Hillary's falls escalate.

Hillary's falls in India deserve a medical explanation. Look carefully at her behavior on the stairs. She has her weight supported on her right leg and her left leg is in front of her. It does not slip, but kicks out. This happened twice. She then kicked off her sandals to create the narrative that she slipped. But she did not slip but had a convulsive movement. It is obvious if you view the video. The movement is consistent with a neurological disorder; a form of Parkinson's disease. She then had another episode and that time she broke her wrist, i.e. suffered a hairline fracture. One of the effects of Parkinson's is a loss of balance. She should use a walker or a walking stick.

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Spy games in Britain.

Here are the facts. Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned in Salisbury, England by a nerve agent novichok. The agent is known to be produced in a Russian lab. Another Russian, Nikolai Grushkov was found strangled. British PM Theresa May expelled a bunch of Russians from the Russian Embassy and the world awaits Russian retaliation.

Jeremy Corbyn, Labor Leader, suggested that the attack may have been a false flag operation. Using novichok is definitely putting a Russian label on the entire affair. And the way the incident is handled is suspicious. First, the British refused a request from Russia to give them of a sample of the novichok so it can be analyzed in Russia.  If the agent is not of Russian manufacture, that might show up in an analysis. The British claim that PM May demanded an explanation from Russia. The ultimatum now passed and the British expelled 23 Russians from the Embassy. The Russians claim that they did not receive the request.

This sounds like a spy novel. But, serious questions remain. Why would the Russians carry out an assassination in such a way that it obviously points to them? And why would someone carry out a false flag operation? One possibility is the voices we hear that the Soccer World Cup should be canceled in Moscow, come this Summer. Petty stuff? Sure. But there are forces that simply hate Russia since Putin and leadership have gone out of their way to revive the Russian Orthodox Church.

On the other hand, we could have some Russians in their Deep State who want to restore Russia as the enemy of the west.

Like I said this sounds like a spy novel. And Theresa May is obviously not able to handle it.

A Wolf mascarading as a Lamb.

The Democrat strategy has been unveiled and successfully tested in Pennsylvania. This fall's election we will see far out radicals in areas controlled by Democrats and pretend 'moderates' elsewhere. Conor Lamb tried to sound like a Conservative, but mark my words that he is not. Meanwhile they will motivate their troops by stoking their rage via the Media. Also, thousands of illegal aliens will be shepherded to the polls. It worked in PA. If the Dems take the House Trump will be impeached. But to remove Trump needs the vote of two thirds of the Senate. That won't happen but we are in a Fourth Turning, which means intensified conflict.

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

The career choice test.

An old country preacher had a teenage son, and it was getting time to where the boy should give some thought to choosing a profession.

One day, while the boy was away at school, his father decided to try an experiment.


 He went into the boy's room and placed on his study table four objects: 

1. A Bible

2. A silver dollar

3. A bottle of whiskey

4. A Playboy magazine.


"I'll just hide behind the door," the old preacher said to himself. "When he comes home from school today,

I'll see which object he picks up and is interested in.


If it's the Bible, he's going to be a preacher like me, and what a blessing that would be!


If he picks up the dollar, he's going to be a business man and that would be okay, too.


But if he picks up the bottle, he's going to be a no-good drunken bum, and, Lord, what a shame that would be.


And worst of all, if he picks up that magazine he's going to be a skirt-chasing womanizer."


The old man waited anxiously, and soon heard his son's footsteps as he entered the house whistling and headed for his room.

The boy tossed his books on the bed, and as he turned to leave the room he spotted the objects on the table.

With curiosity in his eyes, he walked over to inspect them.


Finally, he picked up the Bible and placed it under his arm. He picked up the silver dollar and dropped it into his pocket.

He uncorked the bottle and took a big drink, all the while admiring the magazine's centerfold.


"Lord have mercy," the old preacher breathed to himself. "He's gonna run for Congress."


How the Deep State created Russiagate.

from an article by Lee Smith.

For those like Gessen, Cohen, Lears, and others on the left who don’t understand how and when American journalists got in bed with the country’s spies, it started several years before Trump or Russiagate. It was while reporting on the Obama administration that the press came to rely on the White House’s political operatives, including intelligence officials, for sources and stories about American foreign policy. It got worse when the Obama administration started spying on its domestic opponents during the Iran deal, when the Obama administration learned how far it could go in manipulating the foreign-intelligence surveillance apparatus for domestic political advantage. As Adam Entous, then of The Wall Street Journal, wrote in a December 2015 article [21], “the National Security Agency’s targeting of Israeli leaders and officials also swept up the contents of some of their private conversations with U.S. lawmakers and American-Jewish groups.”
Obama administration officials had leaked the story to Entous in order to shape its reception. After all, the real news was pretty bad—Obama had spied on Americans and the Americans he spied on, Congress and Jewish community leaders, knew it. But in Entous’ account, it was only by accident that the National Security Agency had listened in on Americans opposed to the Iran deal, opponents whose communications had simply been “swept up.” While Entous’ evident lack of skepticism about that account was hardly good reporting, it was perfectly in keeping with the maxim of not biting the hand that feeds you.
What the White House really wanted to know, on Entous’ telling, was what the Israeli prime minister and his ambassador to Washington were doing to contest the Iran deal. Except, neither Benjamin Netanyahu nor Israeli Ambassador Ron Dermer makes U.S. policy: Congress does. As I explained in an April Tablet article [22], the purpose of the spying campaign was to help the White House fight U.S. legislators and other Americans critical of the deal—i.e., to win a domestic political battle. A pro-Israel political operative who was deeply involved in the Iran deal fight told me last year, “The NSA’s collections of foreigners became a means of gathering real-time intelligence on Americans.” With the Iran deal, as would later happen with Russiagate, the ostensible targets of intelligence collection—Israel, then Russia—were simply instruments that the Obama administration used to go after the real bad guys, namely its enemies at home.
The same process of weaponizing foreign-intelligence collection for domestic political purposes that the Obama administration road-tested during the Iran-deal fight was used to manufacture Russiagate and get it to market. Except instead of keeping a close hold of the identities of those swept up during “incidental collection” of U.S. persons, departing Obama White House officials leaked the names to friendly reporters.
Leaking classified intelligence is a felony, which means that Obama officials, many in the intelligence community, who leaked the names of Americans whose communications were intercepted to the press, were breaking the law. A crucial concern, then, was the trustworthiness of the intermediaries chosen to publish classified intelligence. It is to those intermediaries that anyone seeking to understand how the press became an instrument of the U.S. intelligence bureaucracy’s information war must now turn.
Entous, now The New Yorker’s man in Washington, had already proved his trustworthiness by shaping the story about Obama administration spying on congressional and American Jewish-community leaders in a way that was favorable to the administration, and disguised blatant abuses of power. More stories would now come his way, courtesy of the U.S. intelligence community.
One of Entous’ most famous Russia-related scoops was a Dec. 31, 2016, Washington Post article [23] reporting that “according to US officials,” Russians hackers had penetrated the computer system of a Vermont dam. As it turns out, the story was entirely wrong.
A statement from Burlington Electric released [24] shortly after the Post’s story explained that a laptop unconnected to the company’s grid was affected by malware. There was no threat to the dam, never mind “the nation’s electrical grid,” as the anonymous U.S. officials quoted in the Entous story had claimed.
In other words, there was no story—which Entous or his co-writer would have discovered had they contacted the electricity company. They didn’t, because the story was not sourced to original reporting—i.e. discovering from sources on location in Vermont that the state’s electrical grid had in fact been compromised. In support of reporting like that, the journalists might well have sought supporting information or quotes from government officials, named or even anonymous. Instead, their story started with anonymous U.S. officials, who leaked to Entous and his colleague for the evident purpose of advancing the Russiagate narrative. Russia was everywhere—from a dam in Vermont to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
If Entous’ story about the Obama administration’s spying on Congress and U.S. Jewish leaders showed that the reporter was trustworthy, the Vermont-dam article showed he wasn’t going to ask many questions of the officials who pointed him toward a nonexistent story, whose purpose appeared to have less to do with the health of the state of Vermont than with fear-mongering about Russia.
Clearly, someone noticed. In the March 1, 2017, Washington Post, Entous was lead byline on an article [25] breaking the news that Attorney General Jeff Sessions met twice with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. A July 21, 2017, Post story [26] on which Entous had the lead byline alleged that Sessions had discussed campaign-related matters with Kislyak. The latter story provides evidence of how the March and July articles were produced—U.S. officials leaked classified intelligence regarding intercepts of Kislyak’s communications with Moscow, in which he discussed Sessions. Officials then unmasked the identity of the attorney general and leaked it to Entous and the other reporters on the story.
Following close on the heels of those two pass-through DC-based “scoops,” Entous was lead byline on an April 3, 2017, story [27] reporting a meeting in the Seychelles between Blackwater founder Erik Prince and a Russian banker, reportedly to set up a back channel between Trump and Putin. After publication of the story, Prince said [28] he was shown “specific evidence” by sources from the intelligence community that his name was unmasked and given to the paper. “Unless The Washington Post has somehow miraculously recruited the bartender of a hotel in the Seychelles,” Prince told [29] the House Intelligence Committee in December, “the only way that’s happening is through SIGINT [signals intelligence].” Recent news reports suggest that Prince’s meeting has become a key focus of the Mueller investigation. If those reports are accurate, it seems even more likely that classified intelligence was purposefully being leaked to put pressure on Prince. A week later, on April 11, 2017, Entous is bylined on yet another story based on a leak of classified intelligence that once again violated the privacy rights of an American citizen when the Post broke the news [30] that the FBI secured a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant on Carter Page.
If you think Russiagate is real, then you will probably conclude that Sessions, Prince, and Page are all part of a single, monstrous criminal conspiracy—and that Adam Entous is one of the most important journalists in American history, an indefatigable shoe-leather reporter who helped whistleblowers inside the federal government put the truth before the American public, like Bob Woodward, Carl Bernstein, and Neil Sheehan combined. If you think the collusion story is nonsense, then Entous is just a political operative with a convenient byline. And if you think Russiagate is a campaign of political warfare waged in the shadows by bureaucrats who violated the privacy of American citizens in order to undo election results they disagreed with, then Entous is something worse—an asset whom sectors of the intelligence community have come to rely on in order to manipulate the public.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Mueller dusts off laws of French Revolution.

Robert Mueller, the DOJ's point man in trying to overthrow the Trump Presidency, has again changed tactics. At first, he pretended to investigate collusion between Trump's campaign and Russia. He knew full well that no such collusion had existed, so he changed tactics again. He now accuses part of the Trump campaign of a conspiracy to defraud the government.

The crime of "defrauding" is left undefined and it is what Mueller says it is. Thus Mueller recapitulates the law used during the French Revolution the so-called Law of the Suspect. It was made illegal to be a suspect! No proof of a crime was needed, just a declaration that someone was a suspect. Mueller's goal is to frighten Trump supporters by vague charges and then forcing the defendants into bankruptcy. One of the early victims of this modern Robespierre had to sell his house to pay for his legal bills.

Hopefully, the Republicans can maintain their majority in the House and increase their majority in the Senate, so Mueller can be fired and prosecuted.

Monday, March 12, 2018

gun control solution: prohibit Democrats from owning guns.



this appears to be an excellent solution on issue of gun control

A Possible Solution to Domestic Gun Violence
In 1865, a Democrat shot and killed Abraham Lincoln,
President of the United States .
In 1881, a left wing radical Democrat shot James Garfield,
President of the United States - who later died from the wound.

In 1963, a radical left wing socialist shot and killed
John F. Kennedy, President of the United States .
In 1975, a left wing radical Democrat fired shots at
Gerald Ford, President of the United States .

In 1983, a registered Democrat shot and wounded
Ronald Reagan, President of the United States .
In 1984, James Hubert, a disgruntled Democrat,
shot and killed 22 people in a McDonalds restaurant.

In 1986, Patrick Sherrill, a disgruntled Democrat,
shot and killed 15 people in an Oklahoma post office.
In 1990, James Pough, a disgruntled Democrat,
shot and killed 10 people at a GMAC office.

In 1991, George Hennard, a disgruntled Democrat, shot
and killed 23 people in a Luby's cafeteria in Killeen, TX .
In 1995, James Daniel Simpson, a disgruntled Democrat,
shot and killed 5 coworkers in a Texas laboratory.

In 1999, Larry Asbrook, a disgruntled Democrat,
shot and killed 8 people at a church service.
In 2001, a left wing radical Democrat fired shots at the
White House in a failed attempt to kill George W. Bush,
President of the U.S.

In 2003, Douglas Williams, a disgruntled Democrat,
shot and killed 7 people at a Lockheed Martin plant.
In 2007, a registered Democrat named Seung - Hui Cho,
shot and killed 32 people in Virginia Tech.

In 2010, a mentally ill registered Democrat named Jared
Lee Loughner, shot Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and
killed 6 others.
In 2011, a registered Democrat named James Holmes,
went into a movie theater and shot and killed 12 people.

In 2012, Andrew Engeldinger, a disgruntled Democrat,
shot and killed 7 people in Minneapolis.
In 2013, a registered Democrat named Adam Lanza,
shot and killed 26 people in a school in Newtown, CT.

In Sept 2013, an angry Democrat shot 12 At a Navy ship yard.
On June 2017, an angry Democrat shot  Republican Steve Scalise
On October 1, 2017 the Los Vegas gunman killed 59 concert goers.
Clearly, there is a problem with Democrats and guns.

Not one NRA member, Tea Party member, or Republican
conservative was involved in any of these shootings.

It should be illegal for Democrats to own guns.
We don't need gun control, we need Democrat control.
Guns don't kill people, Democrats do!