Wendell Berry, Beckwith, McPherson, Miscellaneous Musings




to have an idea how big the problem is look at this

“To comprehend this nebula, it is necessary to abandon traditional financial or political logic; this is not merely a question of nation, political party, or of ordinary economics… Our conclusion would be that at least over the last twenty years, the economic powers, some of which mafia types, have allied themselves with political forces and organized criminal structures, and reached the 4th stage of money laundering, namely, Absolute Power. It has been specified to us that at the present moment these characters control 50% of the world economy.”

Introduction of a Belgian gendarmerie report to a number of senior officials, District of Liege, November 21, 1994. (emphasis from report)

50% of the world economy , in 1994 !!! what does this mean in 2017 ? we really need eachother if we want to make a difference in the end.



This socially engineered cultural war evolved into something which everyone should be aware of and which I’ve already mentioned earlier in this series. Anyone who opposes these radical left wing views is now stereotyped as a “hater”. This is ultimately the biggest accomplishment of the Obama administration when it comes to this issue of social engineering and indoctrination of the masses to accept the new world order. I’ve already covered what I call “The Children of the New World Order” in numerous articles and the phenomenon of quickly labeling everyone as a “hater” is a key component of the new world order future society where all “haters” and “harassers” (think Sandy Hook) will be silenced . More on this later.




My preference would be that we all should live something similar to the ways that the Amish and Old Believers do. That’s a sort of compromise lifestyle that would fit into the global ecology and provide lives of a kind that satisfy most human needs and desires. Find a good place and enjoy life. If people get dissatisfied, give them a good dose of some entheogens. They’ll see that simply existing is miraculous and quite enough for anyone.

Yeah, I know. Nuclear power stations and stuff. I’m weary of saying the same things repeatedly. If you read my blog you know it already.

Unfortunately, I’m in a minuscule minority by holding this view. So I do not foresee that my wish will come true. I have to accept that the majority are dragged along by the corporations, bankers, advertising, technology and other ugly forces.

Wendell Berry says: “I no longer ‘go to work.’ If I live in my place, which is my subject, then I am ‘at’ my work even when I am not working. It is ‘my’ work because I cannot escape it.”

When life and place and work become one – that is contentment indeed.


It’s is dawn. In February. That soft grey light, gently moving the winter darkness, and waking me… Then I shatter it, with a flicked switch, with harsh electric illumination, and open this laptop, more glary unnatural light… Back onto my workaholic treadmill, keeping up with the technoverse, the internet never sleeps…. What have we got this morning ? A lot of people will have died since yesterday, a lot will have been born overnight. I don’t know any of them. Bon Voyage to you all.

Big storm, called Doris, is forecast, with 80 mph wind, widespread damage.


Aha, this is fun. Via Robin Westenra. G. McPherson, P. Beckwith, J. Lovelock, S. Hawking, brought to our attention by someone calling themselves Hambone Littletail, (I’ve not encountered previously), this is a quote from him :

Humptydumptytribe 2 days ago

I believe the official quote from Guy that I have posted before is: “I cannot imagine that there will be a human alive on this planet in ten years” (made in 2016), but I am sure some of his disciples will correct me.


Before getting into Beckwith, here’s a flashback to McPherson and the sort of statements he makes on that topic


This is the same notion that I mentioned before, that some MIT professor of quantum physics who tries to model the Universe mathematically, said that looking at his calculations of the astrophysics, there’s no reason at all why the entire Universe couldn’t collapse and vanish, at any moment. So it could happen NOW. Or in ten minutes. Or tomorrow. Whoooosh. Everything that exists, GONE. Gone away to nowhere.

So what you gonna do ?

This new split between the McPherson position and the Beckwith position is interesting for many reasons, but before going there, some preliminary stuff about my own position and differences to McPherson’s.

I’m reading this at Westenra’s blog, here,


Where McPherson states he is ‘a rationalist whose work relies upon evidence’ and is ‘rooted in reason’. This is the Enlightenment project, going back to ancient Greece, then Descartes, Newton, and the rest. McPherson is a materialist, a physicalist, he ‘does not do spirits’, or God. He sticks strictly to Left Brain logic, with a small and rather crude attempt to cater for ‘emotions’, grief, sorrow, kindness, and so forth, under the Western scientific ‘psychology’ paradigm.

I have a fundamentally different philosophical stance, in that I do ‘do spirits’, and am in many ways ‘religious’, but I cannot do any decent explanation of that area, and how terms should be defined, etc, without an enormous very lengthy digression, which I must avoid for the time being. Tempting tangents are a bugger ! Stick to the topic, ulvfugl. 🙂

Should that be ‘tangential temptations’ ? Oh well, who cares, you probably get the drift.

Think of this. Go and fetch four apples and place them on the table in front of you. A thought experiment. Now count them carefully. One, two, three, four. Move two closer together, and leaving a gap, move the other two closer together. This is how you teach toddlers arithmetic. Two and (plus) two, makes four.

This is what the whole of your Western scientific cultural tradition (that includes capitalism, and industrial civilisation) is based upon. McPherson’s rationalism, logic, reason, based on the evidence, blahblah.

Now, have another look at the apples. There are no ‘four’ apples. There is an apple, an apple, an apple, and an apple. Each is unique, separate, a discrete entity, sitting there, quietly vibrating in its own pool of existence. They do not care if you call them oranges, instead of apples. They do not care if you claim that two plus two equals three or five, or five thousand.

Go ahead and eat one of them. What happens then ? Only three apples ? How can that one missing apple cease to exist ? Oh, it’s been broken up and swallowed and now is on its way to becoming part of your material fabric, cells, tissues, blood, bone, and skin.

This ‘2+2=4’ apples, does not exist ‘out there’. It’s all in your head, in your mind. It is an abstraction, that humans have found or invented, as a means of, well, sort of, ‘taming the wild mystery’.

That is to say, it is mental modelling, of something beyond our comprehension, so we make it more ordinary and accessible. And of course, it is very useful. One we all become numerically literate we have this big advantage. ‘Can I have four apples, please’. It’s the map and the territory thing.

And that is the foundation of all of science. Looking at the mystery of the apples, and then counting them, so they cease being so mysterious, because arithmetic is friendly and fixed and just like Lego bricks, you can build vast cathedrals out of a basic block.

That’s been so successful that we now have nuclear bombs sufficient to destroy everything that is on the planet, and nuclear power stations, the same, when they melt down, and we can do all kinds of amazing stuff, rummaging through the toys in Pandora’s Box.

Mysticism, (which McPherson does not do), is different, a different approach. It means being very humble, so humble as to let go of all egocentricity and vanity, and ask the Universe for guidance. It’s not ‘rooted in reason’, it’s rooted in prayer and meditation.

You can look at the apples, count them, go the Left Brain arithmetic route, juggle numbers, compose sentences into stories about what you expect the future to hold, based on your interpretation of the data, as Beckwith and McPherson do.

Or, you can close your eyes, and introspect. Where are the apples, when your eyes are shut, or when you are asleep. Where will they be when you are dead ? Don’t think about it. Be still and empty, with a silent mind. Move awareness into your whole body, as it breathes and pulses. Feel the sensual experience of being. Detach from all of that, so only consciousness remains. Now what ?

Be like a growing embryo in the womb, that becomes aware, for the first time, that ‘I am’. Bathe in the profound mystery, without getting into the Left Brain analytical modelling that wants answers, who am I ? where am I ? why am I ? where will I be when all that material physical stuff out there has vanished, because…

Oh well, there’s no point in going further, because the materialists and rationalists do not have any access to any of this, (unless they happen to take psychotropic drugs that might give them a glimpse) so it makes for sterile conversations.

Back to the story wars. McPherson tells his story, Beckwith tells his, and now it seems Beckwith CHANGED his versions. And this creates alarm and consternation amongst the listeners, like little children at bedtime, they want the predictable events that ALWAYS happen, the three bowls of porridge, and then…’Who has been sleeping in MY bed ?’ so they can relax and let go and fall into slumbers and dreams.

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy ?


Recent research has shown that personality traits change as a result of clinical therapy, although evidence for this effect is derived from efficacy studies that reflect relatively controlled experimental designs. Little is known about how therapy in real world contexts affects change in personality. In two longitudinal studies (N‘s = 1,270 and 5,217), the present research examined whether personality trait change was associated with therapy experience. Propensity score matching was used to compare trajectories of personality trait change in individuals with and without therapy experiences. Overall, therapy experiences were associated with significant increases in undesirable traits and markers (e.g., chronic stress, depression, neuroticism), and significant decreases in desirable traits (e.g., self-esteem, conscientiousness).


Beckwith’s logic is dismal. He states that if Human Near Term Extinction were really about to happen, then we’d expect to see some signs, and we don’t see any evidence.

Quite apart from the NTHE example, this is ridiculous, philosophically. ‘We don’t see sign it is happening, therefore it can’t happen’ does not hold up. That’s not how ‘the world’ works. Nasty stuff comes out of nowhere. Tsunamis. Volcanic eruptions. Impacts from extra terrestrial objects. New plague organisms. Something else, that nobody has even ever thought of yet ?

It’s impossible to prove absolutely that we will get through the night and that the Sun will rise in the East, in the morning. I mean, we all expect the Sun to appear, because it always has done, but that is NOT proof that it always will. It’s hope, and expectation, and most folk never even give it a single thought in their whole lives, because it’s not a matter that they need to worry about, whereas getting the child to stop screaming, getting food into stomachs, getting the sick old mother comfortable, getting the basic Maslow needs satisfied, these are common sense demands.

McPherson tries to gather all the latest scientific stuff to update his mental model of what the world is like and what might, or will, happen, as a result of the changes that can be measured and recorded.

But what any piece of information MEANS, depends upon the context that you drop it into. This is elementary. If you were an old fashioned General, fighting a battle, as they used to do with swords, muskets, horses, and so forth, and some officer points out a load of men moving in the distance, that’s ‘information’. But what that fragment of information MEANS, that depends upon the overall context as to how you are understanding the war, the battle, the situation on the ground, all that context. It’s a story in your head which may or may not be correct and accurate.

So, ‘those men’. Are they ours, or theirs ? Are they advancing or retreating ? Are they the fiercesome Cossack crack troops, or some bunch of peasants with pitchforks ?

On this morning in February, 2017, every single one of us is a General in this position, having to evaluate the meaning of incoming information. Are we all going to be dead by 2026 ? Well, some who were alive last night are no longer alive. We all live with uncertainty. I have to hope that Tesco still exists out there, over the horizon, and that the guy with the van makes it to my gate to deliver my vital supplies.

Place your bets on which horse you think will win the race. Or which horse will be last. Someone who does this every day, because they are obsessed, and highly knowledgeable about horses and their trainers and jockeys, I’d suggest, will have an advantage over pure guessing.

McPherson has been obsessed by this climate stuff for a very long time. He’s very well informed. But he also has an agenda. His context, in the battlefield metaphor, is to favour one side winning. He’s against the industrial civilised world, the corporations and the United States government, and the scientific establishment and their shills. He uses the information that he receives and collates as weaponry to bash his enemies.

As an anarchist, he refutes the legitimacy of all forms of authority, such as monarchs and governments, and so forth. He believes that we humans got on fine for hundreds of thousands of years, in anarchic tribal groups, which he cites as proof that these massive bureaucratic hierarchical entities that run states are unnecessary.

I used to support that anarchist dogma. But I believe in anacyclosis. There’s a time for burning down the palace, because the tyrant makes the lives of the peasants intolerable, and then there’s another time when it is appropriate to support the leader and build a new palace. Circumstances change.

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McPherson’s logic is faulty. We are not in the hundreds of thousands of years of ethnic tribal groups, and almost infinite space to travel around to find new hunting grounds. We are here, now, 2017. Some anarchists claim that all borders and all authority is illegitimate, and must be resisted. I do not agree with that position. I think borders are very important, and that authority is legitimate when that authority comes from ‘We, The People’.

If ‘We, The People’ decide, as a collective group, that what we desire is such and such, then that validates the proposal, and if ‘We, The People’, decide that we want a King, or a Dictator, or a Parliament, or whatever, than that is what should happen. And, because disagreement is inevitable, a democratic majority vote to find a mandate is the best, or only practical, means to pursue this ideal. It’s never going to meet some idealised fantasy of perfection, because human social life is noisy and messy. All we can hope for is to move closer toward the ideal.

I’m not the best educated or most sophisticated student of politics on the planet, I’m not a professional academic whose job it is to have read all the books and studied all the historical cases. So my thoughts here are somewhat garbled. I’m not trying to say what people ought to do. It’s more like trying to explain to myself why it is that my position has moved, from what I used to believe, to what I believe now. I’m just throwing my take into the ring, it’s for the reader to decide what it’s worth.

Like that Hambone fellow, from the biological and geological evidence, I believe we are into the Sixth Great Extinction. Sooner or later, whatever metaphor you want to choose, the train or plane is going to crash, the ship is sinking, and that’s going to be horrible for everyone. So I want a controlled landing, so to speak. To mitigate the horror and suffering. That’s because I have a conscience and empathise with the suffering of others, even those of whom I have no knowledge. Humans can conduct themselves with tremendous grace, dignity, fortitude, compassion, and nobility. We have all those kinds of qualities available to us, if we choose to exercise them.

We do not have to give in to the basest debauchery, depravity, degeneracy and derangement. But many people will. Many people already ARE. The paedophilia thing is what forced me to finally take a stand and give up on the anarchists and lefties. What I want, first of all, from any political platform that’s being presented, is an answer to the question ‘How are you going to stop the rape, torture, and murder, of infants, toddlers, underage children ?’

Who can give me any sort of adequate reply ? This has to be done by professional policing. It can be done by vigilante lynch mobs, and that’s probably where we are going, but that is not justice, as far as I am concerned. Historically, we know that.

Everybody has the right to put their case and defend themselves, because it’s not right to punish innocent people. But for policing and justice to work, we need a system that is honourable and not corrupt. That’s difficult to achieve and maintain.

Fear of being caught, and fear of being severely punished, are the only deterrents that have worked, historically. Trying to be ‘kind’ and trying to appeal to people to behave better, when they have no inclination to do so, has always proved to be futile.

Of course, people have been arguing about this stuff forever, you know, Plato’s philosopher kings, all the way to George Soros and his mentor, Karl Popper.

I tend to think that ordinary people simply do not care whether the system they are living in is fascist, socialist, social democrat, or libertarian, liberal, conservative, constitutionalist, imperialist, nationalist, or any other label. What they care about is justice, food in the shops, decent schools and hospitals, opportunities to find interesting fulfilling work to occupy their time, good infrastructure, and so forth. It’s only megalomaniac psychopaths who are driven to want to rule the whole planet and dominate everyone else, and lunatic theoreticians who want revolutions to force everybody to be different to fit some crackpot theory.

The masses in their billions are never ever going to be educated up to a high enough standard to understand the intricacies of advanced science and scholarship in sophisticated disciplines that take decades of ardent study and research. But they have to be catered for, or to, one way or another, unless you decide that they are not permitted to exist, let them die or kill them.

Soros, Rockefellers, Rothschilds, and the like seem to believe that, because they have a lot of money, they are entitled to make choices about what happens to these teeming hordes of peasants. I do not accept that have any such right. Soros claims to be fighting for Popper’s Open Soceity, but the result is that he subverts the democratic will of the people, and thus destroys any chance of Open Soceity. In fact, as I see it, most of the horror and suffering of the last century resulted from the meddling of these insane greedy oligarchs who thought that they knew better, and have succeeded only in screwing up everything for everybody.

Former CIA agent DR. JIM GARROW exposes the discussion Michael Flynn was having with a Russian diplomat that led to Flynn’s resignation as President Trump’s National Security Advisor. The conversation, which was being illegally recorded by the CIA in violation of the U.S. Constitution, was about the worldwide pedophilia ring. The ring reaches into Russia with the same cast of pedophiles that are found in the United States. Both Flynn and the Russian were attempting to get an understanding of who these pedophiles are in the U.S. government and inside the Russian government. These people travel from country to country and use Brussels [Amsterdam] as a major staging area for pedophilia purposes.

Please listen to this extremely important and engaging interview with inside information which everyone needs to know.


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287 Responses to Wendell Berry, Beckwith, McPherson, Miscellaneous Musings

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    The trafficking of people into the UK is on the rise. The latest figures for 2015 suggest that 3,266 people were potential victims of trafficking, a 40% increase on the previous year. The largest number – 600 – came from Albania. The BBC’s Reeta Chakrabarti has been speaking to victims of trafficking in both the UK and Albania.

    ‘I was forced to sleep with several men’

    In a women’s refuge in southern Albania, the victims of trafficking and violence are mere schoolgirls, 10 or 12 of them eyeing us shyly and looking impossibly young.

    They all have tales of brutality and exploitation. Some of these children already have little children of their own, the products of the rapes they were subjected to.

    Seya was just 14 when she left a violent family home. She was sold into a trafficking ring by a man she thought was her boyfriend, and found herself in a terrifying network of underground crime, unable to distinguish between the pimps and their victims.

    She was forced for months to sleep with several men a day, and “international clients” who paid more at night.

    “I hate them,” she said, speaking with remarkable composure for someone so young. “I want them to get the punishment that they deserve, because to be under someone’s thumb, to do the things they want you to do for them… They steal your freedom – they use you, rule you – I don’t know, it’s very degrading.”

    Seya’s story is sadly far from unique. Albania is a small country in which trafficking – trading in human beings – took hold in the years after the collapse of communism in 1990.

    It has since been known as a source nation for people being kidnapped, smuggled and then sold. The traffickers are well organised and have a reputation for brutality.


  5. ulvfugl says:

    An Isis militant detained by Kurdish authorities in northern Iraq has given details of his life as part of the brutal jihadist organisation.


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    I feel like screaming at the telly. THEY ARE STILL ABUSING THE CHILDREN!

    They do not use the big homes any more, to get the children. They use the secret family courts to get their evil mitts on them these days. They use Richard Gardner’s Parental Alienation Syndrome and they use Roy Meadow’s Muchausen’s Syndrome By Proxy, in all their various name changes and disguises. Thay use those psuedoscience SIN dromes to get at the children.

    One day, people will look at all this in the same shocked horror as they regard the Jewish concentration camps, and the slaughter of the innocents by King Herod. But at the moment, the people remain in blind oblivion.



  8. ulvfugl says:

    The curtailment of free speech is something I have been dimly aware of for perhaps 20 years. I cannot recall when it started. I suspect that is because it started before I was born and has been gaining ground imperceptibly for most of my life. In recent years, the gains for the opponents of free speech have not remained imperceptible. Quite the contrary, they have been obvious, shrill and aggressive. In 2016, they met with a reaction, a glorious, stubborn and mighty reaction. The result is a war of ideas, freedom of speech versus political correctness. If you plan to fight in this war, you need to know the other side fight dirty. You need to be prepared to defend the indefensible.


  9. ulvfugl says:

    A Tale of Two Doctors

    This story begins on June 1, 1951 at a secret meeting in the Ritz Carlton Hotel on Sherbrooke. The purpose of the meeting was to launch a joint American-British-Canadian effort led by the CIA to fund studies on sensory deprivation. In attendance was Dr. Donald Hebb, then director of psychology at McGill University, who received a grant of $10,000 to study sensory deprivation. It would be fifteen years after this meeting at the Ritz that Cameron would disastrously pick up where Hebb left off.

    Dr. Hebb paid a group of his own psychology students to remain isolated in a room, deprived of all senses, for an entire day. In an attempt to determine a link between sensory deprivation and the vulnerability of cognitive ability, Hebb also played recordings of voices expressing creationist or generally anti-scientific sentiments – clearly, ideas psychology students would oppose. However, the prolonged period of sensory deprivation made the students overly susceptible to sensory stimulation. Students suddenly became very tolerant of the ideas that they had readily dismissed before. As a history professor at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, Alfred McCoy described in his book, A Question of Torture, that during Hebb’s own experiments “the subject’s very identity had begun to disintegrate.” One can only fathom the cognitive effects of Hebb’s work.


  10. ulvfugl says:

    The tuatara is a relatively large lizard-like animal that once lived on the main islands of New Zealand but has been pushed to smaller, offshore islands by human activity. Tuataras are not lizards, although they share a common ancestor from about 240 million years ago, and have survived as an independent evolutionary line for all that time.


    Doesn’t seem to mention one of their most interesting features, which is having three eyes, the third on the top of the head.

  11. ulvfugl says:

    THE GREAT DAM OF MARIB was one of the first archaeological sites in Yemen that Saudi Arabia destroyed. In May 2015, barely two months after the Saudi-led intervention in Yemen began, the dam — considered the oldest in the world and an engineering wonder of antiquity built in the eighth century BCE by the ancient Sabaeans


  12. Tom says:

    Good morning, ulvfugl and thank you for another essay of shared thoughts and perspectives. I too listened to the Beckwith tapes and the third one featuring Mr. Littletail (at seemorerocks) and have a few comments to contemplate or discard.

    It seems to me that the reason Paul has changed his stance and, instead of keeping up with his physics explanations of the changing climate, has instead diverged into creating diatribes about Guy (without naming him, per se) may be because he recently acquired another JOB at another university in Canada and is most likely being urged to disparage the whole NTHE theme by his new employers. I agree with Mr. Littletail’s statements regarding Paul’s KNOWING how bad it really is (otherwise, why call it a climate emergency?), but now (for whatever reasons) decided instead to address NTHE, specifically stating the complete bullshit “it’s not a problem; humanity always steps up to protect itself and the planet” tripe. If it wasn’t even a problem (and he says on the tape that “most of humanity” doesn’t believe it or think that way) why address it? In these tapes he waffles between admitting we have a climate emergency and “it” being “no problem.” Paul completely fails to “connect the dots” to the impact we’re CLEARLY having on our planet’s ability to support life! He doesn’t even mention the DAILY LIST of marine, bird, mammal, pollinator (among many others, including plant life) die-offs, like they don’t exist; or Fukushima, which, as we’re finding out more and more each year, is an extinction event all by itself as it’s currently rising up the food chain, is lethal, has no safe dose level and being consumed by humanity [see Helen Caldicott’s explanation(s)].

    Hambone, on the other hand, defends Guy (with respect to Paul’s rant) to a point, and admits he “doesn’t laugh him off as much as he used to,” but then disparages him a bit later because, as you pointed out, he acknowledges the on-going 6th mass extinction, but wants to quibble about how soon, of which McPherson merely speaks his story, accurate enough for an extinction event imo. Hambone buys into Lovelock’s conjecture that Mother Nature is (in Carlin’s words) “shaking us off like a bad case of fleas” but thinks more along the lines of Hawking, that we have about 1000 years, max. He, like Beckwith (and Hawking) fail to see the biological decimation that McPherson’s explanation states is the key – we can’t live on a dead planet; that we DEPEND on the myriad species, clean air and water we’re destroying (as a by-product of industrial civilization) for our own survival.

    for your (and your readers’) musical consideration (and enjoyment), a [club music] dj I saw perform at the Sprout music collective (in West Chester, PA) recently:

    i’m listening to this as I conclude my comment

  13. ulvfugl says:

    Thanks Tom. I think you summed it up better than I did.
    I think Beckwith loses a lot of his hard earned credibility by the sudden change in position. I mean, such inconsistency indicates a lack of integrity at some level.
    I also think that Guy’s essay was full of crap, complaining about everybody and everything, but I couldn’t be bothered to shred it.


    The Daily Mail and Telegraph recently reported what can be described as no less than a horror story in the Netherlands. An elderly patient diagnosed with dementia “often exhibited signs of fear and anger, and would wander around the building at nights.” This was apparently irregular behavior for this patient, so a doctor decided it was an appropriate time to administer the lethal dose.

    This should have been the first red flag. A doctor made a health-care decision for the patient. Even though the patient had earlier said she might want to consider physician-assisted suicide later in life, this was not her decision at this time. This is the exact opposite of the standard of choice advocated by many proponents of physician-assisted suicide.

    This story, believe it or not, gets even worse.


    Probably a doctor trained with the same philosophical ethics as Robin Datta, that human beings are merely ‘meat robots’.

  14. ulvfugl says:

    Part I:
    119 Hours of Raw Audio From Inside CNN
    Project Veritas was given over 200 hours of audio from an anonymous source earlier this month. This secretly recorded audio was obtained at CNN’s Atlanta headquarters in 2009.


    Heck, that’s old. I’m trying to recall what was going on in 2009.

  15. ulvfugl says:

    The National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC) is “dedicated to the collection and dissemination of objective UFO data,” and keeps careful logs of all UFO sightings worldwide. This post is restricted to 20th century encounters: a total of 104,947 events since 1905.
    Sightings are at an all-time high!


  16. ulvfugl says:

    You know the fake news is getting out of hand when journalists start feeling empathy for President Trump and have to correct their peers.

    That’s exactly what happened in the UK when The Hill printed a false story that “300 thousand came out to protest Trump.”

    It was not 300 thousand, nowhere near that number. Maybe a few thousand at most, according to the appalled journalist who was there and corrected the record.

    From Spectator.co.uk


    But there were very few people on Whitehall. By the entrance to Downing Street, I saw just two people lamely holding placards, outnumbered by bored-looking police by about 10 to one.

    The report was wrong by a factor of about 100. (The Hill’s report cited CNN, though it’s not clear if that was another error from The Hill – or if CNN got the number wrong first.)
    Suddenly, and to my surprise, I felt a surge of sympathy for Donald Trump. Is this what he’s talking about? Journalists who are so eager to overstate the opposition to him that they are either willing to make stuff up, or sloppily overlook such an obvious error. Just to be clear, this was not a detail buried low down in the story.

    As well as getting the crowd size wrong by, oh, about 298,000,….even when The Hill’s story had been corrected to say ‘about 7,000 protesters’ had been in Parliament Square – still an exaggeration in my opinion – there was no apology, or explanation of the massive error in reporting. Just a sterile little note: ‘Updated 5:50pm’.

    Americans, you are being lied to ! Fake News, and Very Fake News 🙂

  17. ulvfugl says:

    There’s no doubt that these individuals have close ties with Obama, and were put in place to keep tabs on what’s going on in Washington. Obama infiltrated our government with several Muslim Brotherhood agents while in office, so why would he stop now? Not only was Obama’s closest adviser Valerie Jarret known to have ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, but Obama appointed Muslim Brotherhood member Mohamed Elibiary as a senior member at the Department of Homeland Security, a man who tweeted his support for ISIS.


  18. ulvfugl says:

    These lightly armed guys and gals are kicking major jihadi ass. It must be a joy for the Green Berets to work with them. They appear to be naturals at maneuver warfare. Here are a few maps to show their recent progress and future plans.


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    Dr. James Cantor of Toronto has researched brain scans of pedophiles.

    The brains of pedophiles have a connection deficit disorder.

    The brain has different regions that need to connect to each other. This is done using “white matter’.

    When there is not enough white matter these different regions of the brain suffer a connection deficit.

    Here’s what Cantor found out about pedophiles.

    They are shorter, on average, than other men.

    They are 3 times more likely to be left-handed or ambidextrous. Non-right handedness has been shown to occur more often among people with both autism and schizophrenia, two “clearly biologically based” psychiatric conditions. *

    Their IQs are about 10 to 15 points lower.

    So maybe there is something to the old myth connecting left handedness to sinister, after all ?


  21. ulvfugl says:

    OleHickry 1 points (+2|-1) 15 minutes ago
    Yeah, the extended version shows the entire outline of the man & even more of his voice. That’s 100% John Podesta. Fuck Confirmation Bias, this shit is real



    Some very weird unpleasant game going on with that appalling Worldcorp site. They got everyone watching their bizarre horrible videos. Why would they update with an extended version ? What’s going on behind that ? Very peculiar, I don’t understand what it’s about.

    YingYangMom 0 points (+0|-0) 13 minutes ago
    OMG, THIS VIDEO ON JOHN PODESTA NEEDS TO GO VIRAL !!! https://twitter.com/Suziechka/status/832264049513603074



    rodental 22 points (+22|-0) 15 hours ago
    Which is why the pizza system is so elegant. There’s an old problem: how do you get a whole bunch of highly intelligent sociopaths (for example, a large proportion of the U.S. government) to trust each other and work towards a common goal? They’re sociopaths, so their natural inclination is to work together as long as it suits their needs, then betray anybody they have to if it helps them get ahead. Turns out the answer is to implicate them all in horrific crimes then to blackmail them into behaving. As long as they cooperate they are allowed to continue to indulge in whatever perversions they wish. If they don’t: hey there Barry, yeah well, the thing is, we kinda have this video of you at John’s party with a disemboweled baby in a pentagram, so you sure you want to go ahead and do that?



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    It’s like a mixture of ancient battle tactics, going way back to the Bronze Age, and rugby, with some gas to add novelty 🙂

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    After the attack, the photographer managed to escape to a nearby petrol station where he called the police. Police told the man that no patrols were available to help him and that he would have to get to the hospital on his own.

    “I was shocked for hours afterwards. The police eventually came and I made a complaint about the assault and aggravated theft. They said that the chances of the perpetrators or the camera is found is small. Non-existent,” he said.

    Police have also been attacked in Rinkeby multiple times and as recently as just over a week ago. Stockholm police spokesman Eva Nilsson said that officers were beaten by a mob of between 20 and 30 people who kicked and punched them while they were doing a routine check on an individual.

    “Of course, it’s a serious thing when police officers who are just acting in their official capacity are attacked in this way. It is a reality which, unfortunately, exists as something which happens now and again for colleagues who work there,” Nilsson said.

    U.S. President Donald Trump commented on the fracturing of Swedish society due to mass migration only days before the Rinkeby riots broke out. The Swedish establishment mocked the president assuring the foreign public that Sweden was fine.


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    I am not yet convinced that it is a ‘Podesta’ video, although it seems to be, it has to be sufficiently persuasive to hold up in a law court, it needs additional support.

    Same tactic they used for 9/11 and Sandy Hook, muddy the water, cause confusion by introducing rubbish to dilute the efforts of the genuine researchers.

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    Jeez, when you begin to think of all the possible ways that these things could be used….

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    “If you look at the opposition party, how they portrayed the campaign, how they portrayed the transition, how they portray the administration, it’s always wrong,” Bannon said. “If you remember, the campaign, by the media’s description, was the most chaotic, the most disorganized, most unprofessional, had no idea what they were doing. And then you saw [the media] all crying and weeping” on election night.

    “It’s not gonna get better, it’s gonna get worse,” Bannon said.

    “They are corporatist globalist media who are diametrically opposed to the economic nationalist agenda that President Trump presents. “[Trump] is going to continue to press his agenda as economic conditions get better, as jobs get better, they are going to continue to fight. If they think they are going to give you your country back without a fight, you are mistaken. Every day, it is going to be a fight.””


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    While ISIS was under pressure everywhere the sudden retreat on all fronts during the last 24 hours is astonishing and suggest some synchronicity. A central order must have been given to pull back to the buildup areas of Raqqa in Syria and south Mosul in Iraq.

    But ISIS has nowhere to go from those areas. Mosul is completely surrounded and Raqqa is mostly cut off. After the massacres they committed everywhere ISIS fighters can not expect any mercy. They have made enemies everywhere and aside from a few (Saudi) radical clerics no friends are left to help them. The recent retreats are thereby likely not signs of surrender. ISIS will continue to fight until it is completely destroyed. But for now the ISIS leaders decided to preserve their forces. One wonders what they plan to stage as their last glorious show. A mass atrocity against the civilians in the cities it occupies?

    When in late 2016 the defeat of the “Syrian rebels” proxy forces in east-Aleppo city was foreseeable the Turkish President Erdogan switched from supporting the radicals in north-west Syria to a more lenient stand towards Syria and its allies Russia and Iran. The move followed month of on and off prodding from Russia and after several attempts by Erdogan to get more U.S. support had failed. In late December peace talks started between Syria, Russia, Turkey and Iran with the U.S. and the EU excluded.

    But after the Trump administration took over the Turkish position changed again. Erdogan is now back to betting on a stronger U.S. intervention in Syria that would favor his original plans of installing in Syria an Islamic government under Turkish control:


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    Blacksmith21 [S] 1 points (+1|-0) 9 minutes ago
    Twitter is as good a source of actionable intelligence as any. Hell, who thought the left would be giving Piers Morgan the high hard one? Breitbart is now the only semi-trustworthy news source around. We have to rely on guys like DS and his Twitterverse, Victurus Libertas, Intellihub, Alex Jones, and others to get a real picture of what is going on.

    So far, most of my theories have held. I’ve been in the camp that Worldcorpo.com was a leak site by someone. FBI anon would be my guess – sanctioned, but unofficial. They are going to let more and more of the actual video evidence necessary to implicate Podesta. Hopefully the MFer will just put a bullet in his brain and save the taxpayers the money. That being said, a public trial and execution might be a very good civics lesson for this country.

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    [–] memegod420 0 points (+0|-0) 3 minutes ago
    We’re talking about it here, too: https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/1670771


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    It’s hard to tell who the good actors are vs the bad actors. All I’m saying is the NCMEC thing looks legit in the grand scheme. This Clark guy has connections all over the place, as one might expect, from GOP lawyers to law enforcement to people on the inside of US education system (i.e. the agenda-setters/think text book publishers). We’re pulling at strings of what might be an endless carpet. I was talking to someone close to me last night, after watching Honeybee’s video, when it dawned on us that #PizzaGate could spell the end for very major institutions within the US and abroad. It’s that big.

    Don’t give in to trolls, labels, threats, whatever. We’re doing work larger than ourselves here, folks. Strap yourselves in…


    Yup, it’s crazy when Kevin Carson and David Graeber are fighting on the same side as the CIA and Rothschilds.

    Notes from the “listening session” a few minutes ago. President Trump said all resources will be used to stop domestic and international trafficking.


    I applaud him for that. But I want the Big Names.

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    Oh no, the Russians, AGAIN…

    RUSSIAN military shot down a UFO before they were attacked and killed by the surviving aliens, it is sensationally claimed in a declassified CIA report.


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    More from the CIA’s archive ??? 🙂

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    ..a set of tunnels and caves beneath the town of Glimerton near Edinburgh are much more extensive than previously thought and could indicate the existence of a hidden underground druid temple. The true purpose and creators of the tunnel system, known as Glimerton Cove, have remained a mystery since the founding of Glimerton. Some historical reports have it that the tunnels were used by a local blacksmith named George Paterson who lived in the tunnels and used them as a workshop. However, local reports of the tunnels extend much farther back than Patterson’s use of them.


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    The constant lies and manipulations seem intent upon creating war exactly as took place with the Spanish American War. We have returned to yellow journalism which is based upon sensationalism and crude exaggeration. Pulitzer and Hearst went head to head. I remember grade school history class blaming the Spanish American War on fake news. There is one such story that male Spanish officials were strip searching American woman tourists in Cuba looking for claimed messages from rebels. This was the front page of Hearst’s newspaper showing what has become known as “yellow journalism” whereby the illustration was by Frederic Remington published in the New York Journal, February 12th, 1897.


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    Steve Welch2 hours ago
    George Webb you are the best thing on the Internet right now without question.

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    The mother of a missing Wichita woman is convinced that her daughter was taken as part of a human trafficking conspiracy.

    Liz Anderson said Monday that Toni Anderson’s family and Kansas City, Mo., police remain bewildered as to how and why the 2014 East High School graduate went missing last month.

    Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/crime/article134146444.html#storylink=cpy

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    As CBS reported previously, experts routinely tasked with finding answers in poisoning cases were stumped: what substance could have been used to kill the victim so quickly without sickening the women who apparently deployed it, along with anyone else nearby? Difficult, they said, but doable.

    “It’s not an agent that could be cooked up in a hotel room. It’s going to take a lot of knowledge regarding the chemical in order to facilitate an attack like this,” said Bruce Goldberger, a leading toxicologist who heads the forensic medicine division at the University of Florida. He said a nerve gas or ricin, a deadly substance found in castor beans, could be possible. A strong opioid compound could also have been used, though that would likely have incapacitated the victim immediately.

    “It would have to be cleverly designed in order to be applied in this fashion without hurting anyone else,” Goldberger said.

    “The more unusual, the more potent, the more volatile a poison is, the less likely it is to be detected,” said Olif Drummer, a toxicologist at Australia’s Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine who has spent 40 years in the field. Khalid said the women knew they were handling poisonous materials and “were warned to take precautions.” Surveillance footage showed both keeping their hands away from their bodies after the attack, he said, then going to restrooms to wash. Such details are unclear in video footage that has been released to media.


  48. ulvfugl says:

    This guy needs to learn the use of ZZ Top as an antidote to the distress caused by such gruesome information. 🙂

    He’s overly sensitive. Or else I am overly calloused by having gone into so much of this stuff ?

    In my twenties, I had to work with a guy who described how he and his friends had raped some girl and left her beaten up and injured in the bushes. In the tea breaks he’d be reading cheap paperback novels about ‘cowboys’, they were on sale at any newsagent in any town. I looked at a few of them. They contained the most ghastly detailed vivid descriptions of people enjoying rape, torture, murder. I mean, the stories were pathetic and irrelevant really, they were just a frame to hang the horror onto, so that people who enjoyed sadistic fantasies could get a buzz from sordid events they depicted. Some were from another genre of war stories. I found it quite shocking at that time, that there were people with an appetite for that sort of material, but it’s not much different to people who go to the movies to watch horror.

    It’s only a short jump to finding real snuff films have a market. I mean, this is the contemporary internet version of Charles Dickens’ Victorian London, with Fagin and the small boys trained to be pickpockets. I’m sure the sexual abuse went on then, but Dickens couldn’t put it into the public domain.

    I don’t accept the first part, in the intro, about the Alexander Litvinenko and the KGB/FSB, there’s alternative explanations and theories that make more sense to me. Maybe this guy, who seems quite ‘spooky’, hasn’t gone into it in depth, or else he’s doing anti Russian spin, I don’t know. He seems to want to suggest that the Russians and Chinese are letting the worst porn be produced so they can use it as a medium for entrapment. Interesting, what George Webb call Brownstones, he’s calling Lockboxes.

    I’m not trying to ‘whiten’ the Russians, but seems clear that the CIA, the British, Israelis, Saudis, and more have all been doing this, they all have an interest in corrupting and controlling as many people in other countries as they possibly can. It’s documented somewhere, that Hollande, the French PM, was involved in his younger days, in the gang rape of a nine year old girl who subsequently committed suicide. No action was taken by the authorities, and he continued his career, because he was thus controlled. The story can be made headline news in all the (controlled) MSM at any time, to bring him down. Just as we have suddenly had a new flood of news about Edward Heath’s crimes, which have been known about forever by the clandestine secret service ‘intelligence’ people, but kept out of the public domain.

    There’s several distinct aspects to this stuff. One is that it is a very useful tool for blackmail and control, so the spy agencies have a vested interest in keeping it going, they don’t want it stopped, or to be made public, they’d be losing a valuable weapon. Then there’s the big money involved. It’s very profitable for the mafia-type crime networks (which often overlap with politicians, police, and secret agencies.) so that’s another reason why it is hard to stop, because the banksters love the big money to launder.

    Regarding the amnesties of the Russians. My understanding is that Putin had to fix the mess that Russia was in, after Yeltsin. To do that, he made deals with the oligarchs, who were extremely powerful and dangerous people. He said they could keep their money, so long as they stayed out of politics. Those who didn’t agree would be killed. This was a pragmatic policy, the only way to get Russia out of the hell it was in. He told the mafia bosses that they had to ‘behave’ or else be killed by FSB. It was impossible to eradicate them, so that was the deal, they could accept Putin’s terms and stay in business, or else.
    This was a part of Putin gaining power without being assassinated himself. He had the same ‘drain the swamp’ problem then that Trump has now.

    I think the stuff that this guy brings up in the video is all old and dated, not news. He seems shocked to discover that there are people who relish the idea of severe cruelty inflicted on helpless victims. Where has he been all his life, that he didn’t know that ? And, ‘the Russians’ ? No mention of Heath, Dolphin Square, Elm House, Kincora and Jersey and all the rest, in the UK ? And the Azov Films thing, run by the Ukrainian diaspora guys in Canada ?

    WE cannot stop what the Russians or Americans or Chinese or Indians, etc, do, it’s our responsibility to take care of what the British do. Why doesn’t he mention anything about that ?


    I was curious to know where this Black fellow is coming from…

    Hmmm. So he thinks that it was the KGB that subverted feminism. But Aaron Russo said that the Rockefellers said it was them, they funded it.

    Says he was a great supporter of Malcolm X. Interesting. Also what he says about the Welfare State.

    His Stage 3 of subversion, reaching Crisis, where civil war or invasion occurs… well, there’s a third alternative, which is cultural conquest, the country gets obliterated because its own culture is overwhelmed and a new culture is imposed. I’m using ‘culture’ loosely, but all the norms that the previous indigenous generations took for granted.

    For example, in Britain, female genital mutilation, child brides, ‘honour’ killings, etc, have not been part of the traditions, but are now being introduced and normalised.

    He says ‘Anyone who has worked in the intelligence field will tell you…’ Hmm. So is he talking about himself ? Could be. Seems like a bit of a spook to me.

    ‘Promotion of a Saviour figure’, and the examples he gives are Che Guevara, Fidel Castro, Kim Jong Un, Stalin, Sadaam Hussein??? Why not Margaret Thatcher or Ronald Reagan ?

    He says freedom is based on truth, and therefore for morality we need truth and therefore freedom of speech is fundamental. I agree about the freedom of speech part, but to me, the ‘truth’ part is naive.

    How do we decide what ‘the truth’ IS ? What is truth ? ‘Statements that align with or represent or correspond with the facts’ of the top of my head. However, nobody ever agrees what The Facts ARE ! They argue about them forever, and what is ‘a fact’ anyway ? You isolate your ‘fact’, for example, that there are X number of foreign immigrants coming in each year. But then you have to decide what that ‘fact’ MEANS. Is it too many or too few, or about right, or whatever. And that means that for the ‘fact’ to have meaning, it has to be placed into a context. And there are many different contexts, not just ONE.

    If you are a big employer, you want more immigrants, because it will hold down your labour costs, and make greater profits possible, because the lower prices of your products make you more competitive in the market.

    But, in a different context, if you are a worker, you want higher wages, a bigger slice of the pie your labour is creating, so you do not want the import of cheap labour from abroad.

    And if you want a house in a nice district, then you might object to rich foreign people buying up all the best property. And so on.

    There is no simple formula to settle this. It’s all political, everything gets disputed.

    So he says he speaks Russian, blahblah…

    aw, cm’on, Mr Black, you’ve been giving anti Russian seminars to classrooms full of trainee spooks about this crap, have you not ?
    Vladimir Putin still retains the Cultural Marxist agenda ?
    What bollocks. There has never been any sign of Frankfurt School thinking in the Russian Federation. I mean, you guys cannot have it both ways. You want to claim that Putin is a nasty fascist because his mentor is right wing Alexander Dugin (who admires Trump) and you want to claim that Putin is secretly also following the left wing Soros cultural marxism, at the same time ? It’s nonsense. It’s propaganda, designed for the ears of naive British folk, to stir up anti Russian paranoia to distract from the fact that UK is controlled by CIA/NATO/Chatham House,Masons,MI5/6 paedophiles, etc, etc. I’m not buying it, hahaha.

    I think Vladimir Putin is more influenced by Russian Orthodox christianity than anything that’s been cooked up by Frankfurt School philosophers and their fellow travellers, whom, btw, don’t agree amongst THEMSELVES about anything. Most of ’em are/were jews, ffs, they never agree, it’s constant argument for arguments sake, just like haggling over the Torah.

    And ‘the Russians’ responsible for the Muslim Brotherhood ?? Not one single mention of the CIA or British and German intelligence upon them ? Not one mention of their influence on Obama’s administration ? Simply not credible.

    If authoritarianism is the enemy to guard against, because it leads to the ultimate enemy, totalitarianism, how do we stop the normalisation of paedophilia and bestiality ? That’s what I want to know. I want an authority that rigorously enforces laws against child trafficking, murder for organ harvesting, and so forth.

    But a thoughtful serious man, and fascinating analysis too. I enjoyed it 🙂

  49. ulvfugl says:

    It amazes me, no mention of paedogate or human trafficking or ritual abuse or any related issues, from Kevin Carson, David Graeber, Ian Welsh, Robin Westenra, etc, etc, it’s a banned topic on Naked Capitalism. George Webb has been mentioned in comments on ZH and MoA, but mostly ignored. There’s been very little ever in the UK MSM, apart from the Daily Mail. (That might be because Rothermere hates Rothschilds and Murdoch, so it is a way to embarrass them.)

    So very many people claiming to be virtuous and striving to fix the world’s problems, complaining how bad everything is, etc, and yet none of them want to recognise or address this massive control system which is what PREVENTS them from ever getting any of the results that they claim to desire.

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    Never mind Michael Black’s dread of folk who advocate Utopia, what about all these people advocating Dystopia ?

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    France’s attempts to de-radicalise homegrown Islamist extremists in the wake of terror attacks has been pronounced a “total fiasco” in need of a complete overhaul in a damning parliamentary report.

    President François Hollande launched the drive to reverse radicalisation among thousands of French Muslims in the wake of terror attacks that have killed 238 people since January 2015.

    However, the report, by a cross-party senate committee, was denounced as an amateurish flop this week, accusing the government of funding “pseudo-experts” who pocketed millions of euros with few tangible results.


  53. ulvfugl says:

    Potential child abuse, paedo codes, cult-like ritualistic behaviour, cannibalism and (occult) hand gestures. For the basis of the Podesta findings, please read Vigilant Citizen’s following piece. There’s no point in reproducing most of the aspects here. I want you to read it for background, and how it may tie-in to the rest of my content. Be warned, very disturbing content.


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    After nearly a week of eerie silence in which Trump ignored the topic of “leaks” to the press by various US agencies, most notably the FBI, in his first tweets of the day the president reverted to one of his biggest peeves in recent weeks, namely how the “enemy” press continues to get inside scoops into his administration, and tore into the Federal Bureau of Investigations, following a provocative report from CNN which cited “unnamed sources” according to whom the White House tried to urge the FBI to dispute accounts of regular contact between the Trump 2016 presidential campaign and Russia.

    “The FBI is totally unable to stop the national security “leakers” that have permeated our government for a long time. They can’t even find the leakers within the FBI itself. Classified information is being given to media that could have a devastating effect on U.S. FIND NOW” he tweeted moments ago.


    CNN reported that a law enforcement official and a White House official offered conflicting stories of how the communication between the White House and the FBI over the news reports began.

    A law enforcement source told the media outlet that the discussions began between FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and Priebus during a meeting on other topics after a day after The Times and CNN published their reports. A White House official, however, said that McCabe called Priebus to assure him The Times piece overstated the contacts between Trump advisers and Russian officials.

    And so one week after Trump’s war with the press reached an almost nuclear level, the President has today taken on the alleged source of the press leaks. One wonders what FBI leaks will follow in retaliation.

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    Illegal fundraiser for the Clintons made secret tape because he feared being ASSASSINATED over what he knew – and used it to reveal Democrats’ bid to silence him

    In the never-before-released footage, Chung described how he feared for his life after he publicly admitted to funneling money from Chinese officials to President Bill Clinton’s 1996 reelection campaign.

    He also claimed Democrats pressured him to stay silent about his dealings with the Clintons and said the FBI tried to enlist him in a sting against a top Chinese general at a Los Angeles airport.

    The video comes amid renewed interest in foreign influence in Washington, as some members of President Donald Trump’s team have been scrutinized for their associations with Russian officials.


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    alarm (n.)
    late 14c., “a call to arms in the face of danger or an enemy,” from Old French alarme (14c.), from Italian all’arme “to arms!” (literally “to the arms”); a contraction of phrase alle arme. Alle is itself a contraction of a “to” (from Latin ad; see ad-) + le, from Latin illas, fem. accusative plural of ille “the;” with arme, from Latin arma “weapons” (including armor), literally “tools, implements (of war)” (see arm (n.2)).

    The interjection came to be used as the word for the call or warning (compare alert). Extended 16c. to “any sound to warn of danger or to arouse,” and to the device that gives it. From mid-15c. as “a state of fearful surprise;” weakened sense of “apprehension, unease” is from 1833. Variant alarum (mid-15c.) is due to the rolling -r- in the vocalized form. Sometimes in early years Englished as all-arm. Alarm clock is attested from 1690s (as A Larum clock).

    alarm (v.)
    1580s, “call to arms for defense,” from alarm (n.) or from Middle French alarmer (16c.), from the noun in French. Meaning “surprise with apprehension of danger” is from 1650s. Related: Alarmed; alarming.

  60. ulvfugl says:

    “Seven million Yemenis do not know where their next meal will come from and are ever closer to starvation” in a country of 27 million people, Jamie McGoldrick said.

    “Over 17 million people are currently unable to adequately feed themselves and are frequently forced to skip meals — women and girls eat the least and last,” he said in a statement.


    Our government has aided and abetted the Saudis and their allies not only in their indiscriminate bombing, but has also fully backed the blockade without any criticism. The coalition has repeatedly targeted port facilities and critical roads and bridges needed to bring in and distribute basic necessities. Through all of it, the U.S. has reliably armed and refueled coalition planes so that they can continue to wreck the country.

    The horror of what has been deliberately done to Yemen over the last two years is matched only by the near-total international indifference to the plight of its people.

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    Between 2016-09-22 – 2017-02-18 passwords, private messages, API keys, and other sensitive data were leaked by Cloudflare to random requesters.

    kekistocrat 0 points (+0|-0) 27 minutes ago
    If you use/frequent any of the sites listed in OP’s links/post then you need to change your password (perhaps more depending on the information you’ve admitted to these sites) as the security (password/account protection, etc.) of those websites have been compromised.



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    Worldcorp is a group of people from 4chan who just took the vaporwave aesthetic and tried to make it scary. They’ve been posting their shit for a long time now. I’m not going to tell people to stop, but just remember to look around before you jump to conclusions.


    So just nihilist lunatics who want to cause mischief, having nothing worthwhile to do with their time ?

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    George Webb1 hour ago
    Trump knows it’s McCabe. He is going to let the butterfly flail on the pin for a while.

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    Methinks the insane hysteria over Russia needs to stop. It probably will not. For reasons of domestic and imperial politics the American public is again being manipulated into a war frenzy by Washington and New York. It is stupid, without justification, and dangerous.

    The silliness over Russia is, obviously, part of the Establishment’s drive to get rid of Trump. Yes, the man is erratic, contradictory, shoots before he aims, backs off much of what he has promised, and may be unqualified as President–but that is not why Washington and New York want to get rid of him. It is about money and power, as is everything in the United States. Wall Street, the Pentagon, the Neocons, and the Empire run America. Trump has threatened their rice bowls.



    After Nine Eleven, the government, using the intel outfits, deliberately led most of the public to believe that Iraq was developing the dread WMD, and thus get the United States to attack for the benefit of the oil industry, Israel, and the imperial lobby. It was nonsense and Washington had to know it. At the time Iraq was probably the most watched real estate on the planet. The result was destruction of an innocent country and the bloody mess that is now the Middle East. Which, note, had nothing to do with the interests of the United States or the well-being of its people.

    All of America’s wars are for the benefit of others than Americans. Do you think you would be made better off by a war with Russia? China? Does the unending butchery in Afghanistan improve your life? Would you feel more secure if NATO–Washington’s puppet troupe–had bases in Montenegro? Wherever the hell that is?

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    Lysias, Clueless Joe:

    I believe that a considerable proportion of the population of ancient Athens was neither Athenian citizen nor slave but resident aliens (metics). Athens probably had more metics than other city state at the time (probably because Athens was the most populous city state).

    From Britannica.com (still a useful source sometimes):

    “Metic, Greek Metoikos, in ancient Greece, any of the resident aliens, including freed slaves. Metics were found in most states except Sparta. In Athens, where they were most numerous, they occupied an intermediate position between visiting foreigners and citizens, having both privileges and duties. They were a recognized part of the community and specially protected by law, although subject to restrictions on marriage and property ownership. A significant source of manpower and skilled labour, they constituted a large part of the population of Athens by the 5th century bc. Cephalus, father of Lysias and a metic, was a character in Plato’s Republic; Pasion, a metic and former slave, became a great Athenian banker of the 4th century bc.”

    And from Agathe.gr (The Unenfranchised II – Slaves and Resident Aliens)

    “… Metics were citizens of other Greek or foreign cities, drawn by the extraordinary opportunities Athens offered to skilled artisans and intelligent businessmen. As in the United States, much of the vitality and energy came from immigrants. They were welcome in Athens, but it was very rare to become a naturalized citizen. Many of the great contributors to Athenian cultural preeminence, such as the philosopher Aristotle and the painter Polygnotos, were not Athenian citizens.

    Many of the craftsmen who built the great temples of the city are known to have been foreigners, and some of the wealthiest businessmen and even businesswomen of the city were not Athenian citizens. Whole foreign communities of Egyptians, Cypriots, and Phoenicians sprang up, especially at the port of Piraeus, and they were permitted to establish sanctuaries to their own gods. With foreigners as with slaves, the Athenians were said to be more open than elsewhere:

    This, then, is why in the matter of free speech we have put slaves and free men on equal terms; we have also done the same for metics and citizens because the city needs metics because of the multiplicity of her industries and her fleet; that is why we were right to establish freedom of speech for metics as well. (“Xenophon,” Constitution Of the Athenians 1.12)…”


    Note that in most matters except in political decision-making, free citizens, slaves and metics were nearly equal.

    Posted by: Jen | Feb 23, 2017 8:23:53 PM | 42


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    At this point it is no great surprise that the Trump administration is the victim of an attempted “soft coup” led by so-called career politicians, most of whom are liberal, Obama/Clinton loyalists, staffing the various agency buildings sprinkled around Washington D.C. As we noted a few days ago, here is just a small sample of what has been leaked by these career politicians in just the past couple of weeks:


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    Long but very good. ‘Everything that the CIA is illegal’

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    CNN’s political reporter Sara Murray has confirmed that CNN has been blocked from attending a White House press briefing this morning. Other reports note that The New York Times, LA Times, and Politico were also blocked. ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX were allowed in but AP and Time have boycotted the event.


    flaminratzazz balz Feb 24, 2017 2:17 PM
    here comes the fire storm.. there will be much wailing and gnashing of teeth…the tribe is going to get really really pissed off at this. lawsuits will be just the beginning. the other owned msm will be piling on and soon will receive the same fate as they all have to hang together or else hanged separately..

    hey folks. at least we aint bored betting on ogolfer’s handicap.

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    As Radar has reported, Egan’s lawsuit has describe sex-and-drug-fueled pool parties in California and Hawaii, where he said he was seen as “a piece of meat” by guests who allegedly violated him orally and anally at the events.

    Other investors named in the SEC documents obtained by Radar include Wonder Years actor Fred Savage, his brother, Ben Savage, Yahoo’s Terry Semel, Arianna Huffington’s ex, former Senator Michael Huffington, super-agent Gary Gersh, Wall Street honcho Mitchell Blutt, A&M Records head Gilbert Friesen (now deceased) — and dozens of other Hollywood bigwigs, none of whom have been in any way implicated in the sex ring investigation.

    Story developing.


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    I saw this sick story a few weeks ago, and guess who mom worked for?? MOM WORKED FOR CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES! CPS is a rotten from the bottom up as Podesta is.



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    Amazing white knuckle fight, the future of the world in the balance…. Phew.

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    And Kevin Carson still on the wrong side. My contempt for that fellow grows. Why do I read his crap ? I suppose my indignation needs fueling 🙂

    The contemptible Cohen :

    Now she is loudly and proudly following a policy she does not believe in, and following the most extreme version of that policy anyone can imagine.

    It is called democracy. The will of the people. A legitimate democratic plebiscite. ‘We, The People’ employ the MPs and PM to carry out our wishes.

    Carson, Graeber, et all prefer to support Rothschilds, Soros, Wall St, the CIA, Military Industrial Complex, than the ordinary working and lower middle class folk of America who voted for the President that they wanted to represent them. How disgusting.

    I mean, look at this shit. Solidarity ? The US ‘working class’ voted for Trump ! Graeber is not ‘working class’ even if his parents were, he’s a Uni professor with a very high salary.

    Never a peep out of either of them about the paedophilia, human trafficking, organ harvesting, etc. Self-serving fools, both.

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    But to President Donald Trump, the big story is that we know the story. Flynn was caught by U.S. intelligence officials after they wiretapped his communications with the ambassador. They also made transcripts of the conversations, but it wasn’t until that information mysteriously found its way to the Washington Post that anyone knew about it. On Twitter and in public statements, Trump has railed against the leaks, which the Post has only attributed to “current and former U.S. officials,” and heads will roll if he learns who’s behind them. As it turns out, the law is on his side. However, these leaks are notoriously hard to prosecute and are rarely pursued. But, if there are, here’s what could happen to the culprits.

    First, there’s the prohibition against disclosure of classified information. This is the obvious one, since any publication of classified material to an unauthorized party is illegal. Under the Espionage Act, 18 U.S.C. § 798, a person guilty of this can end up in prison for 10 years and face a fine. If the leaks involved classified information that was sent to members of the press, the source could end up behind bars if they’re caught. Opponents of Hillary Clinton argued that she violated this with her handling of emails on a private server, but the FBI determined they did not have a strong enough case to prosecute. As LawNewz.com contributor Philip Holloway wrote, the information regarding Flynn’s wiretapped phone calls is Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), which is highly classified, so if one of the “current and former U.S. officials” is identified, they could be in trouble.

    The form of the leaks could also determine whether additional charges appropriate. If information was merely spoken to a reporter, that’s one thing, but if actual files or physical materials were transferred, then 18 U.S.C. § 641 could kick in. That law says that anyone who steals or provides for another person’s use “any record, voucher, money, or thing of value of the United States or of any department or agency” is guilty of a crime. If a source of a government leak turned over a physical record, they could face 10 years in prison and a fine for it.

    In addition to laws against revealing certain information, if the President discovers a source behind a leak, they could face additional charges if they lie about it. Besides perjury, which applies to anyone who lies under oath, false statements or covering up material facts in a federal investigation, either by the Department of Justice of Congress, can lead to five years in prison.

    However, one thing to keep in mind is how rare these type of prosecutions are. Of all prior administrations, President Obama was the most aggressive when it came to prosecuting leakers. According to a report from the Committee to Protect Journalists, six government employees, plus two contracts including Edward Snowden, were the targets of felony criminal prosecutions for leaking information. Prior to Obama, there were only three such prosecutions in history! And the prosecutions themselves are no easy task. For example, Jeffrey Sterling, a former CIA employee, was charged under the Espionage Act and it took the feds five years to get a conviction. Sterling was sentenced to 3 1/2 years behind bars. The case involved a seven year legal fight over whether James Risen, a New York Times reporter, would be forced to identify his confidential sources and testify.

    Of course, none of this matters if Trump doesn’t discover any of the sources behind the leaks. Lately, that seems to be the only information not getting out of the White House.


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    On some lists they are already up to 70 different genders. But if a person (like me) objects to that subversive absurdity and does not want to live under Shariah Law, with female genital mutilation, child brides, stoning people to death, paedophilia, bestiality, the destruction of the right to freedom of speech, etc, what’s the response ? I must now be a Nazi Fascist !

    But I’ve lived more than a half century WITHOUT those things, and never been inclined toward Nazism or Facism, nor has anyone I’ve ever known. How the hell did we survive and cope ? Perhaps we should bring back bullbaiting, putting people in the public stocks and cutting off ears and noses of criminals. You know, Full Retard to the Dark Ages, to assuage the so called ‘Progressives’.

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    I wonder if Graeber and Carson will ever catch up with what’s really going on, or maybe are just too thick to comprehend anything that does not fit into their stupid dogma.

    “We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.”

    William Casey, (CIA Director), Feb 1981

    There is a struggle going on right now between the the global elites, C.I.A., Donald Trump, Julian Assange and Wikileaks. A struggle so powerful it threatens to rip apart the fabric of our current reality. It’s not a struggle between left and right. it’s a war between the infinitely rich and powerful, and the rest of human civilization.
    It involves Vault 7, Pizzagate/Pedogate, the State Department and The White House, whistle blowers, espionage, hackers and ddos attacks, Ecuador, Russia and us, the masses.

    It’s a very real story of corruption at the very core of our society.


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    It is not known at this time why Reddit is censoring posts referencing the Rothschild family name.


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    Kunstler does not get pizzagate, this is a lame, feeble piece


    At least Kunstler understands that Milo shot himself in the foot. The sly sneaky little David Graeber tries to claim that Milo’s downfall was caused by the free speech denying Blac Bloc.

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