What are we here for ? Why are you here ? Where are we going ?





The high strangeness continues. The rational world – if such a thing ever existed except in the minds of a few intellectuals and atheists – is in tatters. Whether our current political and environmental disasters are its cause or its symptom is a matter of debate, but what is not up for debate – except by those who refuse to see what’s plainly there – is that we are experiencing Otherworldly phenomena at a rate and intensity not seen in generations and possibly in millennia.

I’ve experienced some of this myself. And because I write publicly about this and related issues in a respectful manner, I get comments and questions from others who’ve experienced it too, or who want to experience it for themselves.

Lately I’m getting questions about the fae.


The fae, the sidhe, the fair folk, the gentry, the good neighbors, the Aos Sí – there are many names for them. Some say they’re nature spirits, some say they’re lesser Gods, some say they’re the people who occupied these lands (especially the lands of Northwestern Europe) before our ancestors arrived. I see them as a wide range of spiritual beings who mostly keep to themselves but occasionally wander into the ordinary world for one reason or another.







Let’s see if I can write this faster than you can read it, that way I’ll be one jump ahead, hellhound on my trail, devil take the hindmost… 🙂

You know, this is a hard job that the Lord has bestowed upon me, writing this blog over and over again. Of course, me not being a Deist, or a Theist, I’m using the term ‘Lord’ in a somewhat casual fashion, which might offend some, but it’s a reflection of having grown up in a culture which has predominately christian roots, and so I can take it for granted that it conveys a certain sort of outlook which will be understood. I hope.

It’s not that I do not have a God, it’s the definition into words that is the problem.

All this religion, politics, culture, ideology stuff, it’s all confusing and bewildering. I think that’s partly because the leaders in these field are liars and hypocrites. Mostly their concern is for power. Well, and wealth, but the two are interchangeable to an extent. Power, wealth, control, influence. The further up you get in the social strata, the more you receive and the more you need, if you are going to stay elevated.

Politicians and political parties invariably lie, because they all know that their power and ability to achieve or change anything much is limited, but they want to gain the widest possible support, so they bribe the people with promises. Which they always know they cannot keep. But the trick always seems to work. Always a new generation of plebs to fall into the traps.

Like Nikita Kruschev, (who became President of the Soviet Union way back in the 1950’s) said, when politicians are campaigning, every town and village will be getting a new bridge when I am elected, even the towns and villages with no rivers will be getting lovely new bridges. And, inevitably, once the guy gets into power, no new bridges ever arrive, the towns and villages have to cope with their dilapidated old bridges, somehow or other.

Because there’s no money available for new bridges. It all has to be diverted to other demands. But if the people ever notice that their bridge has fallen down and want to know what happened, it doesn’t matter, the politician will always blame their opponents for having squandered all the money on reckless wasteful schemes that provided no benefit, so the anger and frustration gets redirected. Next time, the people elect the other guy, and the same thing happens.

This is life. But we can divide the politicians into those who promise, in theory, lots of new bridges, modernisers and progressives, and those who would prefer to go back to the good old days when there were ferrymen who paddled you across in their boats, which was slower but a lot more fun.

I’m in the latter camp, nowadays. I can remember time that were better, in my estimation. But, alas, we have what we have. The point is, what is to come next, where are we going ? Somewhere better or somewhere worse ? This is what the social discourse is about.

Again, there are two basic positions. There’s people who have an idealised utopian vision, and they argue about strategies to move toward that vision. I used to be one of those, I thought we could have ‘a better world’ if we reorganised  our affairs in such and such a fashion. I think New Earth Lady is a good example. People who dream of disarmament, no more wars, no more violence and unkindness, where we are all saintly angelic beings following our true spiritual destinies.

The other camp are the pragmatists, who have learned and understood that these utopian visions are a hopeless quest, and actually create avoidable disasters. These people are the pragmatists, who recognise that we have what we have, and nobody has the power to do very much about it, other than to mitigate the worst excesses.

I am one of these pragmatists now. I have zero hope that any utopia is anywhere on the horizon. Human nature is what it is. So frame the system to cope with that reality, rather than build castles in the sky based on some idealised romantic notion that, somehow, everyone is going to become quite different.

My personal loyalty and prior concern has always been toward the non-humans, the other life forms who never get to vote. That’s partly drawn from an empathy with the actual creatures that I love, and partly drawn from biological theory, that to have a decent healthy human existence means having a flourishing ecological context.

I used to believe that, by presenting the arguments, people would be persuaded and follow my personal preference. However, that has been a failed endeavour. I mean, I entered into the internet discourse having that view (via Ran Prieur’s forum, Permaculture, then Dark Mountain, etc.) so I have now altered my position. Some readers will probably see this as odd or weak or a vacillation, people are very critical of U turns. But seems to me, any intelligent individual ought to learn from their experience, and if it’s obviously not working and not going to work, change the plan.

Oddly, I am not alone in this switching, the whole world seems caught up in some zeitgeist, where attitudes that were extremely unpopular suddenly rush into the mainstream. I used to believe that tolerance of others was a major moral virtue, so when people wanted to behave in ways which offended me, it was required to say nothing, because it would be intruding upon their liberty and rights.

But look where that has taken us. To the point where people openly advocate sexually torturing children, buggering babies, bestiality, cannibalism, and similar gross licentiousness. And this I cannot countenance. It is too far. There’s no limit to the degradation and depravity that some fraction of the population will indulge in, unless they are prevented from doing it.

So I have had no choice or option but to join with those who find such decadence to be unacceptable. I want a return to strictly enforced legal sanctions to support what I believe to be moral, ethical, decent human conduct.

By moving in this direction, I’m having to forget all about utopian romantic ideals. I mean, I think we are into a mass extinction event, and although many will reject that analysis, I think that it is supported by all the available scientific evidence. The pressures are going to escalate. Rather than descend into ever increasing barbarity, Lord of the Flies style, I prefer to try and maintain some human dignity and self-respect.

Which political platform can offer me some answers in this regard ? Well, there’s nothing to be found coming from the left, the liberals, the globalists, the marxists and anarchists, etc, as far as I can tell. They all want more of the same insanity that got us into this mess in the first place.

The far right, so called, have been demonised all of my life, the ‘Look at Hitler, the jews, blahblah’ syndrome. In Britain, as far as I can tell, the mainstream has been following the pluralistic liberal democracy philosophy, for a large part, along with a mishmash of socialist ideas, and then the neoconservative, neoliberal stuff that Reagan and Thatcher went for. None of it has worked, has it.

We’ve been conned by liars all the way. Always the promises of the bridges, which have never materialised, whilst the ruling elites got fatter and crazier and ever more determined to loot every corner of the planet and our soceities, whilst destroying anyone who attempted to impede them. Nothing sacred or precious, except more and more money for them, whilst the biosphere, upon which we all depend for everything, gets increasingly trashed and ruined.

So now we have these new terms to fling around, populism, civic nationalism, ethno-nationalism, and so forth, because the people who actually dwell and inhabit patches of the land surface, the ones who have ‘skin in the game’ are sick of being tricked and exploited by bankers and megalomaniacs with mad theories from crazy academics and economists who want to further their careers.

The people who still have the power are understandably reluctant to relinquish all their perks and luxuries, but if they do not listen to the popular will, then they will be swept away in a storm of fury and rebellion. They know this. We all know this. My preference is to mitigate the suffering, in so far as that is possible.

Think about where this is all going. I want a managed controlled landing, so to speak, that minimises casualties.

That’s going to get very difficult. At the moment we cannot even discuss it easily because of the taboos, you’ll get called a racist, nazi, fascist, anti-semite, xenophobic, islamophobe, whatever, blahblah. But these slurs are no different to the kindergarten playground insults that ‘Your  mother is a hamster and your father smells of elderberries’ variety. They have no power, they come from those who love ideology more than people or life. They are not reasoned arguments, they censor and close down communication as a defence against any thoughtful discussion.

Decent people have a responsibility that extends beyond themselves and their own interests, to do what is best for their larger communities. Seems to me, this has to do with place and to do with the extension of place which is a sense of belonging and identity, through time.


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    Mind Control & Paedophilia: BOOKS & PDFS


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    I read somewhere that Cernovitch is a close friend of Alan Dershowitz, which struck me as very, um, odd…

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    And then there was the performance of the Germans at the White House presser. The presumption and arrogance displayed by German journalists in daring to lecture the President of the United States was breath-taking. I am not a big fan of NATO, and have not been since the fall of the Soviet Union. I certainly have been opposed to the eastward expansion of NATO to Russia’s doorstep. This expansion seems to me to be driven by a mindless jingoism that seeks an enemy. Angela Merkel does not seem to share my opinion. She stated clearly in her prepared remarks that NATO is very important to Germany, but at the same time she told us all that Germany, a rich country, will not be able to reach a 2% of GDP level of expenditure on its own defense until 2025. Say what?
    I suppose the left and the foreign policy Borg imagines that President Pence will be manageable. Perhaps he will be. Or perhaps he won’t be. Both statements cannot be true. pl


    “[NATO] is obsolete, first because it was designed many, many years ago,” Bild quoted Trump as saying about the trans-Atlantic military alliance. “Secondly, countries aren’t paying what they should” and NATO “didn’t deal with terrorism.”

    While those comments expanded on doubts Trump raised about the North Atlantic Treaty Organization during his campaign, he reserved some of his most dismissive remarks for the EU and Merkel, whose open-border refugee policy he called a “catastrophic mistake.”

    FACT CHECK: Trump is 100% Correct – Germany has been under-funding its defense budget for years… NATO’s 28-member countries committed in 2014 to spending 2 percent of their gross domestic product on defense within a decade. But only the U.S. and four other members of the post-World War II military coalition are meeting the standard, Pence said.


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    Siberia and Northwestern Russia are home to over 40 culturally and linguistically diverse indigenous ethnic groups, yet genetic variation and histories of peoples from this region are largely uncharacterized. We present deep whole-genome sequencing data (∼38×) from 28 individuals belonging to 14 distinct indigenous populations from that region. We combined these data sets with additional 32 modern-day and 46 ancient human genomes to reconstruct genetic histories of several indigenous Northern Eurasian populations.

    We found that Siberian and East Asian populations shared 38% of their ancestry with a 45,000-yr-old Ust’-Ishim individual who was previously believed to have no modern-day descendants. Western Siberians trace 57% of their ancestry to ancient North Eurasians, represented by the 24,000-yr-old Siberian Mal’ta boy MA-1. Eastern Siberian populations formed a distinct sublineage that separated from other East Asian populations ∼10,000 yr ago.

    In addition, we uncovered admixtures between Siberians and Eastern European hunter-gatherers from Samara, Karelia, Hungary, and Sweden (from 8000–6600 yr ago); Yamnaya people (5300–4700 yr ago); and modern-day Northeastern Europeans. Our results provide new insights into genetic histories of Siberian and Northeastern European populations and evidence of ancient gene flow from Siberia into Europe.


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    UC Berkeley Integrative Biologist, Rasmus Nielsen and his colleagues, published a fascinating study in the journal Molecular Biology and Evolution looking at hundreds of human genomes and the relative diets. They were even able to include the genomes of 101 Europeans from 5,000 years ago, during the Bronze Age as well as Neanderthals and Denisovan genes. The authors compared all these genomes, they found that two particular regions of DNA were under intense selection over the past several thousand years and changed rapidly in response to evolutionary pressures.

    These two regions encode for two enzymes, fatty acid desaturase 1 and 2, or FADS1 and 2 for short. The FADS enzymes are known to regulate the conversion of short-chain poly-unsaturated fatty acids into long-chain PUFAs. Those FADS genes of Europeans dating back to the Bronze Age underwent mutations to produce to convert long-chain PUFAs compared to Neanderthals and other ancient humans. This suggests they sustained a new diet higher in vegetables and grains, which give short-chain PUFAs but need to be converted to long-chain PUFAs. Meat, on the other hand, provides long-chain PUFAs.

    The genomes of northern Europeans, including Inuits, have FADS genes that convert fewer long-chain PUFAs, likely because their diets are already high in animal fats. Southern Europeans are optimized for a high-plant diet, resulting in a lower intake of arachidonic acid and eicosapentaenoic acid, but a higher intake of linoleic acid and α-linolenic acid. But people from other areas, such as Greenlander, have a biochemistry that is better able to process lots of meat fat.

    Nielsen hypothesis that the observed gradient in FADS genes are the result of the agricultural revolution. The dawn of agriculture, approximately 10,000 years ago, farmers provided food which lead to diets rich in wheat and vegetables. Suddenly, the human diet had diets higher in short-chain PUFAs and those who could convert short-chain PUFAs into long-chain PUFAs more efficiently were more likely to survive, and so their FADS genes were passed on.

    Nielsen also examined FADS variants in Neanderthal and Denisovan genes. 40,000 years ago, FADS genes were a selective target in these ancient humans just as they are now. This suggests that either FADS variants pre-date the divergence of modern humans and Neanderthals or modern humans and Neanderthals both inherited the genetic variants by introgression with another undetermined species.

    The FADS genes have continued rapidly changing as humans found new environmental niches across the planet, a stark contrast to the genetics of lactose tolerance. Lactose tolerance, or persistence of the lactase gene, as we all know is stronger among Northern Europeans who relied less on the agricultural revolution and domestication — something we would expect to see more prevalent amongst Southerners… Implying there is little overlap between people with veggie-friendly FADS genes and people with genes for lactase persistence.


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    In 1988, as part of the Agency’s ongoing research into weaponized ESP, CIA psychics were tasked with identifying a photo of a famous individual inside of an opaque folder. That individual was Albert Einstein.


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    “Nobody expected to find anything like this,” Hammer said in a news release.
    A team led by Fernando Mendez, a researcher in Hammer’s lab, analyzed more than 240,000 DNA base pairs on the African-American’s Y chromosome. A comparison of the differences between the mystery genetic signature and previously known signatures led the team to conclude that the most recent common ancestor for the entire group lived about 338,000 years ago.

    That goes further back than the fossil record goes for anatomically modern humans, Hammer said. “The fossil record speaks to 195,000 years or 200,000 years,” he said. It also goes further back than the previous date for the most recent common ancestor based on Y-chromosome analysis, which is in the range of 142,000 years.
    The researchers followed up on their discovery by searching through a genetic database for African populations, and turned up 11 men from western Cameroon who had virtually the same genetic signature.

    Hammer said there could be two explanations for the previously unidentified Y-chromosome type: Either the genetic heritage of anatomically correct humans really does go back much further than what’s reflected in the fossil record — or other populations, such as Neanderthals or the more recently identified Denisovans, interbred with modern humans. Anthropologists refer to that pattern of divergence followed by renewed interbreeding as introgression.


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    In a sense Sweden is the canary in the coalmine of Europe’s demographic future, since they have been at the forefront of this transformation and openly embrace it. Being a close neighbor we would like to get your views on what is happening there, as well as in Denmark. How do the Danes look at Sweden, with hope or apprehension?

    I Tranholm: With absolute horror!

    The Swedish media, which is quite pro-government and its leftwing policies, does not always report the full extent of the problems in their society. So it is hard to have a very accurate picture of what is going on. But we in Denmark have a good sense. We are very aware of the murders, rapes, riots, violence and the hand grenades that go on there. This does not often make the news but we know it is going on. And we don’t want to go down the same route.

    This is the result of decades of policies promoting multiculturalism in Sweden.


    Half of the population wants open borders, mass immigration and welfare for all. They reject traditional values and are very much in favor of globalism and multiculturalism. The other half is very much opposed to that, but they lack any persuasive arguments to support that position. All they can do is to forbid immigration, forbid women from wearing a head cloth and so on.

    We no longer have a moral compass. Before, Christianity provided this role, keeping us united over centuries. Now we can no longer distinguish between good and evil, and ultimately this is what this struggle comes down to. Without this any preventive measures like this are just quick fixes that will not solve anything over the longer term. What is needed is a positive alternative in a moral sense.

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    MolochHunter [S] 0 points (+0|-0) 31 minutes ago
    undercover interpol agent, posing as customer or trafficker – had to actually participate to some degree. Anyway he was given authority by Interpol to get info out of traffickers and assassinate them extra-judicially

    some pretty harrowing anecdotes in there – suitcases from china with 28 live babies being posted to a brothel



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    When Sharia Law becomes the official law of the EU, see how many bleeding heart liberals will be wishing they could turn back time. It’s only a matter of time before the Dutch women will clad in head-to-toe burqas. How very progressive…

    With the mass Muslim migration into Eurabia comes the Islamic law and its attendant misogyny, pedophilia and misogyny. That’s to be expected. What was not expected when I began to engage in this fight 15 years ago was the sanction of this brutal and extreme ideology by Western leaders in academia, media and politics.

    Child brides present at Danish asylum centers, & the leaders allow it! By DioDK, January 27, 2016: That is according to MetroXpress (Denmark’s most popular free newspaper)

    Girls down to the age of 14 seek asylum in Denmark as child brides.

    The younger ones stay at a special asylum center for children.
    Many of them have a husband with a residence permit.
    They are allowed to sleep with their older husbands in the weekends.



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    The Minoans, the builders of Europe’s first advanced civilization, really were European, new research suggests.

    The conclusion, published today (May 14) in the journal Nature Communications, was drawn by comparing DNA from 4,000-year-old Minoan skeletons with genetic material from people living throughout Europe and Africa in the past and today.

    “We now know that the founders of the first advanced European civilization were European,” said study co-author George Stamatoyannopoulos, a human geneticist at the University of Washington. “They were very similar to Neolithic Europeans and very similar to present day-Cretans,” residents of the Mediterranean island of Crete.

    While that may sound intuitive, the findings challenge a long-held theory that the ancient Minoans came from Egypt.

    First European Civilization


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    Although alchemy is infamous as the art of converting lead into gold, it was an audacious precursor to what we now recognise as science. In the eighth circle of Dante’s Inferno (AD 1320), the fourth sanctum of Hell was designed as a punishment specifically for seers, fortune tellers and alchemists. Having committed the sin to “usurp God’s prerogative by prying into the future”; their heads are twisted around so they must walk backwards for eternity, “blinded by their own tears”. In Canto 29 we meet Griffolino D’Arezzo, who had confessed to a certain prince his supernatural power to fly.

    A lesser-known Tamil siddha (as alchemists are known in the south Indian tradition, or tantrics in the north) named Iramatevar wrote of his remarkable journey to Mecca, where he underwent castration and converted to Islam (and renamed himself Yakoppu or Yakub/Jacob). More notably, his choice of transport to Arabia was aerial flight — achieved by placing a pill of mercury under his tongue. Aaron Cheak writes in his book, “Several alchemical texts describe the supernatural power of flight (khechari siddhi)… and a number of alchemists of history and legend are depicted as flying in this way. An unnamed yogi flies into the Mughal emperor Akbar’s harem with the aid of such a pill.”

    In The Ascent Of Man (a monumental history of science), Jacob Bronowski informs us that “…sulphur and mercury are the two elements of which the alchemist before AD 1500 thought the universe was composed.” Mercury was the central object of study in alchemy, and in the Hindu tantric tradition, considered the very semen of Lord Shiva. The transmutation of metals into one another (what we call today a chemical reaction) also symbolised a transformation of the tantric’s own soul by the gradual acquisition of metamorphic powers seen in natural substances. Bronowski further observes: “…the alchemists believed that all metals grow inside the earth from mercury and sulphur, the way the bones grow inside an embryo from the egg.”

    Cheak points us towards a stranger thread of the tale: “…because sulphur and mercury originated from the sexual fluids of the gods, their manipulation in the laboratory also entailed sexual interactions between the male alchemist and his female laboratory assistant.” In the words of David Gordon White, “Sexual intercourse is essential to the activation of the mercury the alchemist has ingested.” In fact, Iramatevar informs us enthusiastically of different kinds of laboratory assistants, hinting that the vagina and the phallus were seen as chemical apparatus (mortar and pestle).

    This “tantric period” (AD 1100-1300) of Hindu chemistry was analysed, albeit ruefully, in Acharya Prafulla Chandra Ray’s history of the subject (1902), where he quotes the Rasarnava (literally, ‘the sea of mercury’), a tantric text of the Saiva cults: “You have, O God, explained the killing of metals. Now tell me that process of dehavedha by means of which aerial locomotion is effected.” The answer offered is an analogy to balloons: “Mercury and air when confined, enable a man, O goddess, to fly about.”

    According to Mircea Eliade (in The Forge and the Crucible), the period before tantrism was defined by a shift from pure vegetable substances towards artificial mineral preparations. And only the “iatro-chemical” period after tantrism can be called properly scientific or empirical, when objectives such as reanimation of the dead, immortality and human flight began to be seen as wild fantasy.


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    Then, The Train…

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    equineluvr 1 points (+1|-0) 16 minutes ago (edited 15 minutes ago)
    Another J protecting his pedo buddy. Shocker!!

    “What Church does John Podesta go to?”

    Pedosta is a practicing Catholic. VERY interesting piece here (10/16) about Pedo’s “religious” beliefs.


    As architect of the “Catholic Spring,” Pedo founded a “phony Catholic group.”

    A phony “Catholic” organization founded by Clinton campaign chief John Podesta used Church leaders to push congress members into accepting President Obama’s Iran Deal, according to new revelations.

    In the midst of the hundreds of John Podesta’s emails released by Wikileaks last week, one contained a report by Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good, a faux Catholic association founded by John Podesta in order to provoke a revolution in the Catholic Church.


    Pedo attends Holy Trinity in (JESUIT/JEWSUIT) Georgetown


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    Russia summoned the Israeli Ambassador to Moscow Gary Koren to provide clarifications Friday, less than 24 hours after Israel struck targets in Syria nation, as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu released a statement explaining the reasoning behind the operation.


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    I’m uncertain as to the degree of paranoia that is appropriate regarding this stuff.

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    No doubt, “knowing your enemy and knowing oneself” is indispensable to prevail in an always, and perhaps increasingly, dangerous world. But the social sciences, however unquestionably useful, are no substitute for person-to-person interaction, ongoing relationships that build trust, and immersing oneself in another culture – including music, literature, and the arts. This is not to imply that soldiers, or even their generals, should become Renaissance people. But it does remind us that “the human domain” is exponentially more complicated than the nonhuman variety. The more we can do to learn about the mind and the heart, others’ no less than our own, the more likely we are to influence them.


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    So Ian Welsh believes that Merkel’s immigrant policy has been ‘a good thing’ ?

    Effing L.

    Europe is not USA or Canada. There’s already 800 million indigenous folk living there. They used to be fairly decent civilised prosperous tolerant soceities. That’s all been wrecked.

    How can that possibly be considered as ‘good’ ? Throw a continent into chaos, creating extreme social tension which will inevitably result in hard right reaction, for the sake of importing millions of economic migrants who will never assimilate ? It’s absolutely crazy. Unless your real objective is to destroy modern Europe and go back to mediaeval barbarism.

    I understand that Ian Welsh is strong on ‘kindness’, however, as I see it, a person is responsible for their own individual acts, be it kindness or cruelty. The actions of a statesman are in a different category, they have the responsibility of care for a national population. What’s the good of being ‘kind’ (by accepting immigrants/refugees, whatever) to limit suffering, if that action leads to FAR GREATER suffering as a result ?

    Compassion without Wisdom is no use. States are meant to learn from history, they transcend individual lifetimes.

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    The insane Swedish culture minister is talking about how they must integrate their ISIS fighters back into Swedish soceity when they return from Syria and Iraq. Well, good luck with that. Atrocity hardened jihadis might not want to be ‘integrated’ when they’ve dedicated themselves to give their lives to extend Islam and fight the ‘infidels’, I cannot imagine that they will suddenly become placid effete Swedes. It’s ludicrous and completely divorced from reality, how can people in positions of responsibility be so blind and reckless ?

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    Back in the 1990s, the political scientist Samuel Huntington made some dire predictions of a clash of civilisations. Even in the wake of 9/11, such apocalyptic theories appeared quaint; now they no longer seem absurd. Isis directives aim to create more violence and chaos with the obliteration of the “grey zone” of multicultural societies, in which non-Muslims and Muslims live side by side, forcing Muslims to join the “caliphate”. Ironically, US policy is doing Isis’s work for them and, in another bizarre twist, it seems that Isis is aiding US geopolitical strategy.


    The transition of Western democracy to oligarchy and the descent into soft fascism is under way. Citizens will need to participate actively, rather than as passive consumers, to demand an end to this cycle of violence from governments and to defend the assault on democratic processes. We can only hope that British foreign secretary Sir Edward Grey’s refrain on the commencement of First World War – “The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our life-time” – will not be repeated in ours.

    ‘Defend the assault on democratic processes’ ?? That’s not it. We got into this mess because of the CIA, NATO, the Bilderbergers, the Brussels bureaucrats, a whole bunch of unelected people who forced policies onto the Europeans without ever considering what the populations actually wanted. Malign ideologues like Soros and lunatics like Peter Sutherland have created this disaster for Europe.

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    Moulton said he can imagine scenarios where the Trump administration must respond to Russian use of nuclear weapons.

    “If Russia starts using nukes against our allies in Europe, we may well use nukes in retaliation,” said Moulton, a member of the House Armed Services Committee.

    “What if they target American troops — like the American troops who are training right now in Poland — with a nuclear attack?” he asked.

    “What are we going to do and how quickly can that get out of control? That is why this is such a serious threat and why the Trump administration has got to take this more seriously.”

    Which seems odd because the only possible reaction to such an event would be nuclear retaliation and the ‘mutually assured destruction’ which he seems to believe is no longer vald. Either way, we are fairly certain that not since The Bay of Pigs has the word ‘nuclear’ been so relevant.


    Guy seems like a moron to me. All the anti Russian and other bullshit stories invented by the MSM and Brock to distract from the real crimes of Obama, Hillary, et al, have not worked, so he tries using the threat of nuclear war.

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    Former (D) Mayor Richard Keenan of northeast Ohio admits to raping 4-year-old


    “It literally shocks the conscience of any reasonable person to know a 16-year-old child being raped by a police officer in a position of authority, and then when he confides in another officer, a supervisor in a position of authority, and he’s abused by that officer too,” Yates said in an interview. “That is appalling, that is sickening, that is disgusting.”

    “There’s been some bad, bad people in positions of authority and they have not been held accountable,” Yates said. “They’ve been protected by other bad people.”


    (13 Women Sue Michigan State over Former Team USA Doctor’s Sexual Abuse)

    What continues to boggle my mind in all of this isn’t just the people who do this shit, but all the people who cover for them while they’re doing this shit. I would like to think that most people who have knowledge of something like this going on would report it to the appropriate authorities. (Of course, now we’re all finding out that “the appropriate authorities” seem to actively cover this stuff up some significant portion of the time.) I would like to think that if a coworker of mine asked me to hide some of his nefarious shit, I would not only NOT hide the stuff, I’d be scanning copies of it then forwarding it to any and every authority that I thought would do something about it. This isn’t freaking rocket science here! Have the moral compasses of the vast majority of humans suddenly gone completely haywire? Or have they long been haywire and I just didn’t see it? I’m afraid I am becoming completely disillusioned.


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    Two civil society organizations concerned with human trafficking denounced the release of individuals involved in the sex-trafficking operation, that freed 31 girls being held at the Kaliko Beach Club last month.

    The Director of the National Committee Against Human Trafficking (CNLTP), Ely Thelot, in a Thursday press release said “the arrested were caught in the act and in view of the seriousness of their act, they should have been tried and sentenced so that victims can be repaired.”

    Foreign participants in the trafficking were not even held or arrested according to numerous accounts. Of the nine Haitian nationals who were arrested, by Wednesday, March 15, 2017, none were still in police custody. Many civil society organizations across different sectors have expressed outrage since learning of the sting, that freed 31 girls, of at least, 14 minors, and the lack of justice which ensued.

    The Support Group for Returnees and Refugees (GARR) also released an official statement denouncing the release of the suspected traffickers without having been tried.

    In the CNLTP statement, Director Thélot expressed his dismay by the release of the traffickers without having been judged in advance and called for the opening of a parliamentary investigation to clarify the circumstances in which these people were released.

    It was also recalled in the release that Haiti is very vulnerable to human trafficking and that more efforts must be made to protect the vulnerable people. “This is an issue that should be among the priorities of the next government,” he added.


  35. ulvfugl says:

    Interpol Washington, the U.S. National Central Bureau (USNCB), recently reached a significant milestone in its 20-year partnership with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC). In February, the total number of reports made available to Interpol member countries through NCMEC’s CyberTipline and Interpol’s I-24/7 secure messaging system exceeded 5 million.

    Pursuant to its nonprofit private mission to help reduce child sexual exploitation, NCMEC works with Interpol Washington to provide law enforcement officials urgent and timely leads and information to prevent child sexual exploitation and abuse. Historically, these leads were not actionable due to the unavailability of law enforcement contacts as well as a lack of an established mechanism for making the reports available to law enforcement in certain jurisdictions. Interpol’s I-24/7 secure messaging system is the tool that is being used to quickly and effectively make available the information and leads to investigative law enforcement entities around the world. Foreign Universal Resource Locators (URL) Internet leads received by Interpol Washington are provided to NCMEC. Images and other forms of media containing actual evidence are provided to U.S. law enforcement agencies for potential action.


  36. ulvfugl says:

    Again, re Ian Welsh comment, that Merkel has been good on immigrants.

    There’s 7.5 billion, roughly, out there. How many should Germany import ?

    You see, I understand the feeling that it’s virtuous to be kind to some homeless persons fleeing from death and destruction. But it’s the lifeboat argument. If the ship is sinking (Titanic) and there’s lifeboats made to carry, say, 30 people, then that’s the limit. You have to leave the others in the water to drown, because if you pull an extra two or three onboard, you’ll capsize your lifeboat and kill the whole 30 you just tried to save.

    At some point, the UK and Netherlands, which are the most densely populated, have to say ‘Sorry, we are full. No more’.

    But there’s another issue. You want 30 well behaved people on your lifeboat, not a bunch of lunatics with axes and knives who are intent on taking over. There’s no much problem with importing people of some nationalities and religions, they’ll just quietly integrate and fit in. But that’s not working for the Moslems, is it. They are intent upon retaining Shariah Law and the customs they had in the ME or Afghanistan, Somalia, Yemen, etc. And Shariah and those customs are not compatible with British values and social principles.

    It’s not even a question of ‘better’ or ‘worse’ (although personally I think Shariah is inferior and unacceptable) it’s simple incompatibility. Like, here we drive on the left side of the road, that’s the convention. No matter how much you like to drive on the right, it’s never going to work. People will get killed, if you do.

    Because the rich powerful individuals who like to think they control everything have imposed these insane policies, we are going to end up with local warfare, as there was in Northern Ireland, all over the place, with constant attacks and revenge atrocities.

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    How the Sahara became a desert

    The stark difference between 10,000 years ago and now largely exists due to changing orbital conditions of the earth – the wobble of the earth on its axis and within its orbit relative to the sun.

    But this period ended erratically. In some areas of northern Africa, the transition from wet to dry conditions occurred slowly; in others it seems to have happened abruptly. This pattern does not conform to expectations of changing orbital conditions, since such changes are slow and linear.

    The most commonly accepted theory about this shift holds that devegetation of the landscape meant that more light reflected off the ground surface (a process known as albedo), helping to create the high-pressure ridge that dominates today’s Sahara.

    But what caused the initial devegetation? That’s uncertain, in part because the area involved with studying the effects is so vast. But my recent paper presents evidence that areas where the Sahara dried out quickly happen to be the same areas where domesticated animals first appeared. At this time, where there is evidence to show it, we can see that the vegetation changes from grasslands into scrublands.

    Scrub vegetation dominates the modern Saharan and Mediterranean ecosystems today and has significantly more albedo effects than grasslands.

    If my hypothesis is correct, the initial agents of change were humans, who initiated a process that cascaded across the landscape until the region crossed an ecological threshold. This worked in tandem with orbital changes, which pushed ecosystems to the brink.

    Historical precedent


    David K Wright
    Associate Professor, Department of Archaeology and Art History, Seoul National University
    In reply to Allen Ray Johnson
    My profile picture is actually me in the Amazon looking at terra preta (a.k.a. black carbon), which is an anthropogenic soil. Terra preta is spread all over the Amazon, and more broadly the tropics have abundant amounts of biochar soils. In the modern era, they have been locations of tremendous biodiversity (http://www.nature.com/news/amazon-rainforest-was-shaped-by-an-ancient-hunger-for-fruits-and-nuts-1.21576). Those soils were used for sustainable farming in the rainforests for thousands of years. However, after European colonization of South America and the resulting depopulation of the rainforest due to disease and enslavement, the rainforest advanced significantly to the point of actually cooling the earth by 1-2 degrees C (the Little Ice Age).

    In general though, soot in the atmosphere would raise temperatures since it is dark and absorbs sunlight.

    The relationship between the extinction of megafauna and broader shifts in the ecology is, of course, controversial, but I think sensible. Any time you remove a keystone species, you get a regime shift. For example, places in Kenya with significant elephant poaching also experience afforestation–more trees, because with their browsing habits, elephants keep tree cover relatively low. More trees provide more habitat for other animals like monkeys and snails. More trees also absorb more sunlight, photosynthesize and transpire moisture into the atmosphere. I’m not advocating for elephant poaching at all, but trying to point out that all species are interlinked and you can’t remove one component without affecting another. When megafauna went extinct in North America and Australia, it affected the total ecology, but the pace of the extinction will drive the magnitude of the impacts to the overall ecology.

    Hopefully that helps? (Good comment!)

    2 days ago

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    The methods used in MK ultra, as well as the methods of known descriptions about ritual child abuse are the same. It’s always about breaking a persons mind, splitting it into multiple personalities and control those “Alter egos”. The children in a ritual abusive system are being raised to be able to kill like the MK Ultra program tries to build up a sleeper, they can control. The goal in both cases seems to be the same. Building a person that is able to act against his or her own will. A person you can control and program to do as you desire.

    Both systems are all about controling the masses by controlling just a few. So the biggest question, we all need to ask ourselves, is

    WHO are the people behind? Are we concentrating too much on those involved, when we know that both systems are all about blaming others? It’s allbout letting your victims fullfill your desires without getting your own hands dirty.

    So we know, the real problematic people maybe invisible for all of us all the time and we know that this is an international problem. I am from Europe and have been investigating lots of cases around here. The stories about elite pedophilia are the same, everywhere. So it seems like there could be some truth to this idea of a secret world government.


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    Red Scare Redux: “Russian Weapons Stocked Right Up At NATO’s Border!”

    A Washington Post news piece on the current NATO budget spat remarks:

    Russia, for its part, keeps tanks and missiles stocked right up against the NATO border.
    Now, that’s truly threatening of Russia and DANGEROUS!

    How did that come to be?


  43. ulvfugl says:

    I find Sylvie Iwanova to be terribly confused in her thinking. I love the research into ancient ruins and relics, which is fresh and original, but then the overall analysis is such a hopeless mishmash of contradictory and incompatible ideas.

    You know, she’ll say that our ancestors were ‘cavemen’ (which I dislike intensely, because it’s a derogatory term based on nothing scientific) who were more sensitive, and that we have since devolved, so to speak, but she completely rejects Darwinian evolution (her ‘grandfather was not a monkey’, which is a travesty of what scientific studies of Darwinian human evolution tell us).

    She believes we were ‘engineered’ by unseen mysterious forces or beings, which are still in charge of our destiny (so everything is under control and will be ok) and mixes that up with the Vedic mythology, claiming a previous ancient civilisation like our own which got destroyed in some kind of nuclear war, etc.

    She makes definitive assertions about the nature of the gnomes, whatever, but they are not based on any evidence, other than anecdote. It’s hearsay, which would not be permissible in a court of law.

    This is the problem. The scientific project has to be based on what can actually be demonstrated, as solid measurable evidence. Science can be wrong about all kinds of things, but it’s always a work in progress, aiming toward ‘truth’ by better hypotheses and theories that are supported by testable observations. That project cannot work, if it admits anyone’s batshit crazy fantasies.

    Anyone can conjecture about wild far fetched possibilities. Perhaps there are millions of invisible dwarves or whatever, living underground. It’s a charming romantic idea. But it cannot be accepted as ‘truth’, so it gets us nowhere, unless someone provides EVIDENCE to support the claim.

    I am myself convinced that there are non-material beings or entities, of various kinds. These exist in some other dimension, which we do not understand. If we are serious about trying to understand, then a rigorous and intelligent approach would help, not a complete muddle that causes even more confusion.

    She represents a perfect example of the post modern New Age mindset, which cuts and pastes fragments from countless ancient traditions and beliefs and throws them together into a soup, a brew, a broth, where nothing can any longer be distinguished, because all the fragments lose their meaning when taken from their original contexts.

    I posted the video of the guy exploring the Polish sites earlier. He does the same thing, speaking about the Ley Lines as if these are established and verified as actually existing, when that is NOT the case. The idea, as originally proposed by Alfred Watkins, has been extended by all manner of lunatics into a mad cobweb of imaginary nonsense.

    You know, wtf is ‘Telluric Energy’ ? Unless someone can measure it or demonstrate it, in some convincing way, then how does it exist at all, except in the minds of people who do not care about finding truth ?

    Just because nutters write books or make videos making unjustifiable assertions, which others then repeat, it does not follow that there is any basis in reality for these things. I object strongly to people like Tellinger, making claims which he says are based on such and such, but the source is never actually verifiable, it’s always ‘lost’ or some anecdote that cannot be checked. In other words, bullshit and snake oil.

    Sylvie Iwanova frequently attacks the established mainstream (which is far from perfect) for telling us all ‘fairy tales’, but her own standards are really no better.

    It’s as bad as Robin Heath, locally, drawing imaginary triangles in the landscape here, with the distance from Trellyffaint, or Llech a Drybedd (?), across the valley to the top of Carningli, given to an accuracy of a foot or so, as being ‘proof’ that the ancients did this. But NO SUGGESTION even as to HOW they might have done it, nor supporting evidence of who or when. He just makes it all up in his own imagination, like telling little children a fascinating bedtime story. I don’t blame him, because idiots buy his books, so he makes money at it. But it’s morally reprehensible, because it obscures the real truth, and the desire to discover what REALLY happened, which is more mportant and interesting than someone’s self-indulgent and self-serving fantasies.

    Tellinger does the same thing at Adam’s Circle, or whatever it’s called, superimposing the Golden Spiral thing onto the map so that it hits supposed pyramids. This is not legitimate. Anybody can do this anywhere on any map, and SOME line or shape will intersect with some landscape feature, if you try hard enough. It’s meaningless, intellectually dishonest, and disrespectful of the real actual observable evidence that we have of what ancestors actually accomplished, which is hard enough to comprehend without covering it over with nonsense.

    Sylvie desires to find utopia ‘to manifest the beautiful world of peace’ in her words (below), but seems absolutely oblivious to the real drama of the real world that we are sharing, the wars, the child trafficking, etc. These things will not stop unless people act to make them stop. Pretending that corruption and evil don’t exist, because they offend you, helps nobody.

    CIA, it is you that rapes, tortures and corrupts the children that you are sworn to protect, in the false name of national security.
    The CIA are sick. The people that control the CIA are sick.


  44. ulvfugl says:

    Glenn Greenwald sums up the farce well, given the way these Russia conspiracies have drowned out other critical issues being virtually ignored under the Trump presidency, it’s vital that everything be done now to make clear what is based in evidence and what is based in partisan delusions. And most of what the Democratic base has been fed for the last six months by their unhinged stable of media, online, and party leaders has decisively fallen into the latter category, as even their own officials are now desperately trying to warn.


    I hope George Monbiot and Vinay Gupta are paying attention and learning to be more discerning about the propaganda they are fed by the MSM lugenpresse.

  45. ulvfugl says:

    The largely pro-Trump 4Chan internet message board has recently taken it upon themselves to help ICE agents catch and report illegals entering the United States.


  46. ulvfugl says:

    It would be nice to have ‘a beautiful world of peace’, wouldn’t it. But then, you have to figure out and analyse why we don’t have one now, and did not have one for millennia. And then you have to figure out what might be done about this situation.

    Otherwise, you might as well not even bother, because wishing things were different does not change the reality, does it.

    All species require a place to exist, a volume, an area, where they can ‘be’. And these spaces are always contested. This is basic biology, that anyone can confirm by direct observation. A tree cannot grow where there is a tree already growing, just as you can’t build a house on a site already occupied by a house.

    All species, including us humans, require a territory, where we exist and from which we gain whatever we need to sustain ourselves and reproduce. Otherwise, they perish and disappear.

    Most species understand this innately, they defend their territory against threats, in any way that they can.

    For as long back as we can study, groups of humans have been fighting other groups, over territory and resources. There’s skeletons left from massacres from 20,000 years ago, where some people have intruded onto the hunting grounds and water sources of another group, and very likely, that sort of hostility, aggression and violence goes way back for hundreds of thousands of years.

    The numbers of humans has escalated exponentially over recent times, and the resources have been depleted, so this kind of competition for survival can only get ever more intense, unless, until, there is a big die off.

    This means that there is no foreseeable prospect of a beautiful peaceful world, even though it’s what most people would prefer. If people are fighting for their survival, they will take whatever land and resources they can, from other people, one way or another.

    You can try to negotiate and find some common agreement to limit attacks and invasions and emigration, but, ultimately, however moral and idealistic you are, if you are not willing to use force and violence, then you will be subjugated by anyone who IS willing to use force and violence.

    The British learned this the hard way a long time ago, for example, when the Vikings were arriving each season in their dragon ships, from Norway and Denmark, and looting, murdering and plundering around the coasts. The christianised people had a non-violent ethic, and asked them to ‘Please stop killing, raping and robbing us’.

    The pagan Vikings despised and hated christianity. They took no notice. So, the victims offered to pay them in silver. It was called danegeld, money for the Danes. The Vikings happily agreed, took the money, and then even more Vikings arrived. Because, obviously, they had an incentive. ‘All you need to do is turn up in the ships, the daft buggers will GIVE you treasure, so that you go away, you don’t even have to fight them !’

    It just made the problem even worse. Until they raised soldiers and a navy and fought the Vikings in battles. But they still lost a lot of the country to invaders who settled on land they seized by force.

    Either the contemporary people living in the European countries, Ireland, Netherlands, Britain, France, Scandinavia, etc, are going to get serious about surviving, or else they will all disappear and be replaced by foreigners. It’s simple, easy to understand, no ?

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    Who The Pedos Are – Google Search Results

    Police arrested for child porn: 2,670,000 hits

    Homeland Security agent arrested for child porn: 358,000 hits

    Border Agent arrested for child porn: 1,730,000 hits

    Armed Forces man arrested for child porn: 5,920,000 hits

    Priest arrested for child porn: 803,000 hits

    Professor arrested for child porn: 1,850,000 hits

    Lawyer arrested for child porn: 3,110,000 hits

    Doctor arrested for child porn: 1,770,000 hits

    Teacher arrested for child porn: 3,320,000 hits

    Child Care Worker arrested for child porn: 2,260,000 hits

    Teen arrested for child porn: 4,100,000 hits


    Missed politicians, government officials and bureaucrats.

  49. ulvfugl says:

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    S9 minutes ago (edited)
    I wonder if part of the reason many don’t want to touch this story is if it is validated, it might bring validation to all the other things you’ve been talking about. And like I said earlier, even those on the conspiracy side of things don’t want to touch a lot of the topics you’ve covered, or even mention your name it seems, since organ harvesting and brownstone ops involving children is just too horrifying to comprehend no matter how many facts and/or data points are uncovered.
    Show less

    Most people are pathetic cowards and simply do not care what happens to other people.

    Cat Cook27 minutes ago
    George: What do you mean by ” the locks seem loose”. Do you suspect tampering?
    George Webb
    George Webb19 minutes ago
    Doorhandle are loose. Doorjam loose.

    I wonder how much longer he will last before ‘they’ kill him.

    It’s been a fabulous, monumental series so far. I remain astonished that other blogs and forums pay no attention. Seems most people are simply too dumb to understand what he’s been telling us, or too stupid to grasp the implications and significance. Dreadfully disappointing, really.

  51. ulvfugl says:

    From, ‘Janes’ (Source: Janes Data Base, Dec 12 2016):

    World Military Spending – Top 20 Countries – 2016 (Billions$ USD)(Image/Jpg)
    A Russian defense advocate using the Janes’ metric in the above graphic chart could argue that:

    (1) Russia is now spending slightly less than Saudi Arabia, less than India, and less than the UK,
    (2) the size of Russia’s budget is only a quarter of China’s,
    (3) the size of Russia’s defence budget is one-eighth of NATO nation members alone, when excluding the US!,
    (4) the size of Russia’s defense budget is an astonishing one-twelfth of that of the United States alone!, and
    (5) the size of NATO member nations defense budget alone, excluding the US, is twice that of China.

    Add to the U.S. defense budget the contributions of its allies and close friends and the spending balance in favor the U.S. and its allies to that of Russia alone becomes an astounding 21 to 1!

    Even if Russia could trust China to be a reliable ally — which it currently cannot — the current spending imbalance in such a scenario is over four to one in favor of the U.S. and its allies on the one hand and Russia and China on the other.

    An imbalance of 21 to 1 is supposed to justify ‘FEAR & Warmongering’ for Cold War 2.0 re the Evil™ Russkies ?! 🙁

    And, furthermore:

    Some comparative defense statistics re US & UK & FR ONLY (EXCLUDING the other 24 NATO nations member forces as well as NATO wannabes & informal NATO allies) Vs … Russia.
    (Source: Data from The Military Balance 2016. International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS))

    ICBM launchers: USUKFR 450 v Russia 332 :- Ratio: 1.36 to 1

    Bomber Aircraft: USUKFR 157 v Russia 139 :- Ratio: 1.13 to 1

    Ballistic-missile nuclear powered submarines: USUKFR 22 v Russia 14 :- Ratio: 1.57 to 1

    Active Personnel: USUKFR 1,744,900 v Russia 798,000 :- Ratio: 2.19 to 1

    Reserve Personnel: USUKFR 952,150 v Russia 2,000,000 :- Ratio: .48 to 1

    Armored Fighting Vehicles: USUKFR 5,589 v Russia 7,572 :- Ratio: .74 to 1

    Main Battle Tanks: USUKFR 3,258 v Russia 2,950 :- Ratio: 1.10 to 1

    Artillery: USUKFR 8,337 v Russia 5,145 :- Ratio: 1.62 to 1

    Attack/Guided Missile Submarines: USUKFR 69 v Russia 49 :- Ratio: 1.40 to 1

    Aircraft Carriers: USUKFR 13 v Russia 1 :- Ratio: 13 to 1

    Cruisers, Destroyers & Frigates: USUKFR 129 v Russia 34 :- Ratio: 3.79 to 1

    Principal Amphibious ships: USUKFR 40 v Russia 0 :- Ratio: 40 to none

    Tactical aircraft: USUKFR 3,601 v Russia 1,084 :- Ratio: 3.32 to 1

    Attack helicopters: USUKFR 1,003 v Russia 271 :- Ratio: 3.70 to 1

    Heavy/Medium transport helicopters: USUKFR 3,068 v Russia 368 :- Ratio: 8.34 to 1

    Heavy/Medium transport aircraft: USUKFR 769 v Russia 190 :- Ratio: 4.05 to 1

    Tanker & multi-role Tanker/transport aircraft: USUKFR 578 v Russia 15 :- Ratio: 38.53 to 1

    Airborne early Warning & Control Aircraft: USUKFR 120 v Russia 18 :- Ratio: 6.66 to 1

    Heavy Unmanned aerial vehicles: USUKFR 559 v Russia 4 :- Ratio: 139.75 to 1

    Comment: The above comparative forces statistics, even when excluding the other 24 NATO member nations forces & allies is indicative of a standing forward/offensive posture vs a defensive/mobilization posture and a standing significant force projection capability vs a negligible force projection capability. Guess which is which.

    Posted by: Outraged | Mar 19, 2017 2:08:29 PM | 9


  52. ulvfugl says:

    Well, pilgrims, it does not seem that the “subtle message” made much of an impression in the land of Zion. I said they are hard headed and they are. They don’t believe in reciprocity. Whatever is yours is theirs and whatever is theirs is theirs.
    Back in the day when I was chief of liaison to IDF General Staff intelligence I repeatedly tried to get them to give us some worthless piece of information that I had selected for that purpose and they NEVER came through. On one occasion they said they knew that what I had asked for was unimportant but that they did not want to establish a precedent. I would have cut them off as a lesson but if I had (or could have) they would have gone to CIA who IMO would have been glad to screw DIA by giving them what they wanted.
    So, the strike in question was near Palmyra far from the Lebanese border. This supports the belief that the strike was intended to assist IS which is now hard pressed by R+6 forces in that area. pl


    The disgusting Zionists support disgusting ISIS.

  53. ulvfugl says:

    David Habakkuk said…

    Picking up on various points made.

    1. It had seemed to be reasonably clear from the history of the ‘BuzzFeed’ dossier that important sections of British intelligence were on board with the attempt to undermine Trump’s candidacy before he was elected, and his presidency thereafter.

    In the thread on Clapper, ‘LondonBob’ referred to a piece published in the ‘Mail’ by Peter Oborne after it was first reported that Christopher Steele was the author of the dossier.

    (See http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-4119152/PETER-OBORNE-fear-Britain-pay-lethal-price-MI6-s-meddling-Donald-Trump-backfires.html .)

    What Oborne notes is that MI6 must have had full knowledge of the preparation of the Christopher Steele dossier, and that it had been reported that he had sought the approval of Whitehall before showing it to the FBI. He then went on to write that this implies that ‘British spy chiefs gave the green light to a scheme intended to destroy the man who would be President of the United States of America.’

    And he explained that: ‘Like most people, I find it very hard to comprehend this. But it is the only interpretation which makes any sense of the facts as we know them. If so, what on earth did MI6, a highly respected organisation, think that it was doing?’

    2. Unfortunately, although a decent man and a fine journalist, Oborne has not grasped that MI6 is only ‘highly respected’ among people who have not looked at what it has been doing.

    Currently, people on both sides of the Atlantic are going around in circles, both in relation to the merits or otherwise of the dossier – see Mike Morrell’s recent comments – and also to Steele’s involvement with the late Alexander Litvinenko.

    From a report in the ‘Guardian’ following Steele’s emergence from hiding earlier this month:

    ‘Several of the lurid stories about him that have appeared in the press have been wrong, said friends. The stories include claims that Steele met Alexander Litvinenko, the Russian dissident who was murdered in 2006 with a radioactive cup of tea, probably on Putin’s orders.

    ‘As head of MI6’s Russia desk, Steele led the inquiry into Litvinenko’s polonium poisoning, quickly concluding that this was a Russian state plot. He did not meet Litvinenko and was not his case officer, friends said.’

    (See https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/mar/07/former-mi6-agent-christopher-steele-behind-trump-dossier-returns-to-work .)

    The claim that Steele was Litvinenko’s ‘case officer’ appeared in, among other places, a report by the Chief Reporter of the ‘Telegraph’. It cannot be dismissed as a ‘lurid story’.

    (See http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/01/12/christopher-steelethe-former-british-spy-created-donald-trump/ .)

    3. The backtracking may result from the fear people might look at the BuzzFeed dossier and the Litvinenko case in conjunction.

    Where the MSM appears still on the same page – to quote the ‘Guardian’ again – is in accepting that: ‘As head of MI6’s Russia desk, Steele led the inquiry into Litvinenko’s polonium poisoning, quickly concluding that this was a Russian state plot.’

    Actually, in that capacity he appears to have displayed the inability to get his story straight that characterises the BuzzFeed dossier.

    I dealt with this in some detail in a post on SST following the publication of Sir Robert Owen’s report into the Litvinenko affair in January last year, and the subsequent exchanges of comments.

    (See http://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_semper_tyrannis/2016/01/david-hakkuk-on-sir-robert-owens-inquiry.html .) An excerpt, lightly corrected:

    ‘According to Owen’s summary: “Mr Litvinenko left home at about 12.30pm. He travelled into central London by bus and tube, arriving at Oxford Circus shortly after 1.30pm. The bus on which he travelled was subsequently identified and tested for radiation. No radiation was detected.” According to the “evidence” on which Owen relies, the bus in question was a number 234, identified by Litvinenko’s Oyster Card – an electronic device which everyone who travels regularly on public transport in London uses. Unfortunately, this account is new. Originally, it was suggested that Litvinenko was given a lift into central London by car. Then he was said to have travelled the whole distance on a number 134 bus (which also goes near his house) which was identified by a £1.50 ticket. Only in April 2007, in a book by the former BBC Moscow Correspondent Martin Sixsmith, did the Oyster Card appear, and the bus was still a 134. In the August 2008 study by the “NYT” correspondent Alan Cowell, this became a 134 bus and unspecified tube. According to Sixsmith’s – vivid – account, Litvinenko arrived in central London at 11.30am – two hours earlier than the time now given. None of the journalists involved appear to have bothered to check what their SO15 sources told them with what others had been told. This is stenography, not journalism. Most if not quite all of these discrepancies, together with a large number of similar ones, have been pointed out in memoranda supplied by me to the Inquiry team, starting back in September 2012. I have been assured by the Solicitor to the Inquiry, Martin Smith, that these memoranda have been read.’

    (If anyone wants detailed links, or indeed quotes, to back this up, I am happy to supply them.)

    4. In relation to the claims about the DNC hacks, we see a similar inability to get the story straight. Actually, Larry Johnson covered some of the relevant material in a post on Friday entitled: ‘Was the CIA Behind the DNC “Hack”?–UPDATE.’

    (See http://www.noquarterusa.net/blog/79644/cia-behind-dnc-leak/ .)

    According to the version we were originally given, the DNC were tipped off about the hacks in late April 2016, ‘Crowdstrike’ were brought in, and the identified ‘Fancy Bear’, supposedly sponsored by the GRU, Russian military intelligence.

    (See https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/russian-government-hackers-penetrated-dnc-stole-opposition-research-on-trump/2016/06/14/cf006cb4-316e-11e6-8ff7-7b6c1998b7a0_story.html?utm_term=.656591cf3a94 .)

    As Johnson brings out, by the time the story was embroidered, we were asked to believe that ‘Fancy Bear’ had ‘superb operational tradecraft’, but left the initials of Dzherzinsky there for all to see. (Incidentally, he was the creator of the organisation that largely destroyed both the Red Army’s General Staff and military intelligence, in the judgement of many competent figures precipitating ‘Operation Barbarossa’, so obviously a figure to whom today’s GRU look back with nostalgia.)

    And now, in a report in the ‘Independent’ on Friday, are were told that:

    ‘GCHQ had been the first to alert its US counterpart, the NSA, about Russian hacking of the Democratic National Committee computers in the run up to the presidential elections: information gained from the hacks which were selectively released to help Trump’s campaign.’

    (See http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/wiretapping-trump-obama-nsa-gchq-not-the-way-you-think-a7634871.html .)

    No date is given, but TTG tells us that the tip was given in 2015.

    Already, in the ‘Sunday Times’ a week ago, we had been told that: ‘Spies at GCHQ have called an emergency summit with Britain’s political parties after warning them that they are at risk of Russian cyber-attacks disrupting the next general election.’

    And it was claimed that:

    ‘The intervention comes after GCHQ stepped in to foil an attempted cyber-attack on BBC election coverage by the Kremlin-backed gang of hackers known as Fancy Bears. The attack came after Russian hackers crashed 11 French television channels.

    ‘GCHQ traced the source of the French attacks to Russia and was able to advise the corporation and other media organisations about protecting their systems.

    (See http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/gchq-russian-cyber-threat-touk-elections-20wl9s5ld .)

    That attack was in April 2015. As it happens, in its accounts of the hacks, the BuzzFeed dossier contradicts both itself and the claims now being made. In the 13 December 2016 memorandum which concludes the series, a redacted source is quoted reporting that

    ‘over the period March-September 2016 a company called XBT/Webzilla and its affiliates have been using botnets and porn traffic to transmit viruses, plant bugs, steal data and conduct “altering operations” against the Democratic Party leadership. Entities linked to one Aleksei GUBAROV were involved and he and another hacking expert, both recruited under duress by the FSB, Seva KAPSUGOVICH, were significant players in this operation.’

    This report contradicts both the ‘Crowdstrike’ report and Steele’s own earlier report. Among the striking conflicts, according to the original ‘Washington Post’ report, while some of the hackers had access to the DNC network for ‘about a year’, ‘all were expelled over the past weekend in a major computer cleanup campaign’. But according to Steele’s source, Gubarev – which is his actual name – went straight ahead, not only to ‘steal data’ but to conduct “altering operations”.

    However this miasma of contradictions can be resolved is not clear to me. But as Gubarev has sued Steele, perhaps some information may emerge from the proceedings.

    5. For what little it is worth, I agree with Larry Johnson that the evidence supposed to incriminate the Russians of intervention in American elections is thin.

    By contrast, if indeed Steele was Litvinenko’s case officer, as I outlined in the discussion back in January last year, there is a ‘prima facie’ case that he is implicated in a variety of ‘black propaganda’ projects. Among these, were attempts to demonstrate that Kuchma had sold the Kolchuga system to Iraq, Putin was involved in attempting to supply a ‘mini nuclear bomb’ to Al Qaeda, and Romano Prodi was a KGB/FSB agent. In all cases, among the clear objectives was to get rid of leaders considered objectionable.

    Hell, they’ve got away with it, time and again, so why not up the ante, and do the same with the United States?

    And in any case, MI6 and the CIA may have a good reason for doing so: to avoid their past misdeeds being exposed. And this could apply to Obama.

    6. As to GCHQ. Going back to the argument about Larry Johnson’s credentials, the original source of the claims about that organisation was actually Philip Giraldi, and they have been endorsed by Colonel Lang.

    All three were signatories of a memorandum published by the ‘Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity’ group on 6 September 2013, entitled ‘Is Syria a Trap?

    (See https://consortiumnews.com/2013/09/06/obama-warned-on-syrian-intel/ .)

    The case they made – that the sarin attack at Ghouta on 21 August 2013 was a ‘false flag’ intended to facilitate another disastrous ‘régime change’ project – has clearly been vindicated.

    Clear evidence of some measure of GCHQ complicity in this can be found in a report in the ‘Sunday Express’ from 1 December 2013, entitled ‘Senior Syrian military chiefs tell captain: fire chemicals or be shot.’

    (See http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/425981/Senior-Syrian-military-chiefs-tell-captain-fire-chemicals-or-be-shot .)

    Clear evidence of the attempt by the White House to misrepresent the evidence ‘SIGINT’ produced about Ghouta is contained was presented not long after it was published in an analysis by ‘sasa wawa’ of the 30 August 2013 ‘Government Assessment’ on the ‘Who Attacked Ghouta?’ blog.

    (See http://whoghouta.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/the-us-intelligence-assessment_19.html .)

    Ironically, evidence which has appeared more recently strongly suggests that ‘sasa wawa’ is a former employee of Unit 8200 – the Israeli equivalent of NSA or GCHQ.

    (See https://www.rootclaim.com/claims/who-carried-out-the-chemical-attack-in-ghouta-on-august-21-2013-8394 .)

    It seems likely that ‘pushback’ by honest intelligence analysts, both former and current, can occur in unexpected places. Perhaps, some day, it may even occur in MI6.

    Reply 19 March 2017 at 01:22 PM


  54. ulvfugl says:

    Since the day of Donald Trump’s election, high-ranking Russian officials have been dropping like flies and today’s reports that a top official of Russia’s space agency has been found dead brings the total to eight.

    As we noted previously, six Russian diplomats have died in the last 3 months – all but one died on foreign soil. Some were shot, while other causes of death are unknown. Note that a few deaths have been labeled “heart attacks” or “brief illnesses.”


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    mary mary Mar 19, 2017 5:46 PM
    “Gee, all I did was insult the person 65-million Americans voted for, in the most graphic way I could think of. If I offended any of those 65-million Americans, then I’m shocked, I tell you, shocked. But I will never apologize. I will, however, take commissions. My hourly rate just doubled. Who says artists aren’t business-savvy?”

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    pocomotion Mar 19, 2017 5:45 PM
    I need to see proof. I just cannot believe this shit from the left. If I was in Russia and did the same thing only stating about their leader ,OR their patriarch DO YOU THINK I WOULD STICK AROUND TO SEE IF I RECIEVE DEATH THREATS??? But in USSA we’ve been programmed to take it like good boys and girls but we cannot say boy and girl anymore. God of Abraham we are so Fucked.

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    BrownCoat Mar 19, 2017 5:44 PM
    I hope her next peiece of art depicts Mohammad. These verbal threats are nothing compared to what the Muzzies will do!


    Sledge-hammer Mar 19, 2017 5:38 PM
    The (((libtards))), whether jew or goy, are always “offended and surprised” when there is push-back against their foul agenda. The woman says that she was trying to create “a dialogue with the public”. Well, did she not accomplish that? Apparently, many people are dialoguing with her now. BTW, her “art work” was sponsored by a Phoenix art gallery. I wonder as to just (((who))) owns the gallery? Inquiring minds want to know.

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    Oh Crap Mar 19, 2017 5:46 PM
    This is clearly a classic example of a piece of shit liberal craving victim-hood. Most people don’t take kindly to people accusing their president of be a Nazi. Your words, your billboard (I refuse to call it art. You’re the only fuckstick calling it art) and actions have consequences in the real world dipshit. Now you and your husband will be looking over your shoulder for quit some time. But that’s what you wanted right? Look at me, look at me, I’m a victim… Dumbfuck I pray you’re past the breeding stage of your life.

    “It’s more of a form of resistance, a form of protest,” she said. “I feel that I’m really just speaking for other people who might not be able to say anything, or speak out, or may not feel safe in doing so.”

    No it’s slander and what makes you think anyone needs you to speak for them asswipe?


  58. ulvfugl says:

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  59. ulvfugl says:

    Here was my response at Zero Hedge. Am I right?

    What Rep. Seth Moulton is talking about is very well known to everyone who deals with the actual military situation that would ensue if the Western empire were to attack Russia with land forces. Russia is the largest country in the world by surface area, covering more than one-eighth of the Earth. And yet it only has 147,000,000 citizens. For comparison, the U.S. has 324,690,000 citizens. So in a conventional war with the U.S. and the rest of “Europe”, Russia has a huge problem. That’s why the Western Empire (W.E.) is (stupidly) building up conventional forces in, for example, Poland. Since WW2 the Russians have been absolutely determined to never fight another battle on Russian land.

    Although the U.S. probably has more delivery capability for an all-out nuclear exchange, the Russians have many, many more battlefield usable micro-nukes. So if the huge W.E. armies now assembled on the Russian border try to carry out a sneak attack on Moscow, the Russians will simply fry them with 20,000 micro-nukes. So “our” troops have to somehow be “ready” for that.

    If the U.S. responds with an all-out attack, it will have more delivery systems. However, Russia is huge, and has, in many respects, relatively primitive infrastructure that is socially integrated and relatively resilient. Whereas the U.S. has one very complex, institutionally integrated economic and communications “machine” with many single points of failure (a “house of cards” that could collapse even without any war).

    Now that “we” have such a large number of armed forces on the Russian borders, Rep. Moulton is asking what we can do to protect them from the tens of thousands of micro-nukes. The answer, obviously, is nothing.


    Posted by: blues | Mar 19, 2017 4:03:06 PM | 15


  60. ulvfugl says:

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    YET ANOTHER HATE HOAX: Blacks Youths Charged With Twisting Yard Menorah Into Swastika


    This was portrayed as some act of alt-right terror when it happened. Clearly, rabid antisemitic Trump supporters were to blame for this act of vile hatred! No, as it turns out, it was more of a practical joke done by a black youths. The group is facing two heavy-duty felonies as a result, which seems a bit overzealous. Certainly they should be charged, but that’s a little much.

    Every week they coordinate a new campaign of Fake News. Now that the ‘It’s The Russians, The Russians !’ has fizzled out, I wonder what comes next ?

  62. ulvfugl says:


    Obama agency rules Pepsi use of cells derived from aborted fetus ‘ordinary business’


  63. ulvfugl says:

    At this point in time, the public does not yet know the contents of the documents delivered by President Trump’s DOJ to the House Intelligence Committee regarding the wiretapping incident, but presumably since the documents were sent by Trump’s team, it stands to reason that whatever was delivered to the House Intelligence Committee was in favor of Trump’s claims, not the other way around.

    Throughout his time in office, Barack Obama associated with many political operatives who were real lowlifes, and who often walked a tightrope between the world of what was considered legal behavior (however, unethical), and what was considered criminal behavior. There’s an old saying I’m sure you’re familiar with that goes:

    ‘If you hang around the barbershop long enough, you’re going to get a haircut…’

    Are we about to learn next week that Obama got a haircut, and we’re all going to find out?

    In the video below, Right Wing News breaks down the recent report from Young Conservatives, and compares it with an earlier report from Doug Hagmann of the Canada Free Press. Did Obama finally go to far this time? Let’s hope so. It’s long overdue!


  64. ulvfugl says:

    Clinton Foundation took massive payoffs, promised Hammond Ranch and other publicly owned lands to Russians along with one-fifth of our uranium ore


    As it turns out there’s a lot more to the story behind the Malheur Wildlife Refuge — a whole lot more — and this article is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg.

    As you may or may not know, on Jan. 4 Intellihub reported that the Hammond’s ranch and other ranchlands surrounding the refuge sit atop a vast swath of precious metals, minerals, and uranium that’s heavily desired by not only the federal government but foreign entities as well.

    However, at the time of the article’s publication, the federal government’s full motive to seize the land was not yet known other than the fact that these elements do exist in the vicinity and are invaluable.

  65. ulvfugl says:


    NEW YORK—There’s a group of artists who most of the general public has yet to know exist. These are highly skilled painters, sculptors, and draftsmen trained in ateliers or academies who are not embarrassed to utter the word “beautiful” at a time when that word is generally scorned by the contemporary art establishment. You’ll hardly ever see their works in major museums or at major galleries for longer than a short stint. Most of their works are whisked away by private collectors or are sitting in their studios, waiting to be discovered.

    These artists value quality over quantity, sincerity over cynicism, intrinsic value over marketing hype, and the Western tradition of fine art over the avant garde fixation on newness. In an ironic twist of history, these traditional artists are perhaps the most radical and marginalized group of artists living today. And yet their numbers are growing.

    Mostly awkward or humble when they try to describe their own work, they don’t fit into any radical stereotype. Suspicious of labels, they don’t know what to call themselves because they are too immersed in creating visual art to be able to think about words. They have decided to continue the Western tradition of art that has a reverence for mastery and skill and to learn the fundamentals of a visual language that developed over 700 years.


    This resurgence is happening now after more than one hundred years of deskilling that led to the deterioration of visual art standards, which started when all of the “-isms” arose, such as modernism, postmodernism, and so forth.

  66. ulvfugl says:

    Bombshell discovery shows targets of NSA’s “Project Dragnet”


  67. ulvfugl says:

    “The moment I stepped in there, I was given an injection, I passed out and next thing I woke up and realised I had been raped,” said the girl, who was five months pregnant at the time of her ordeal.

    When she asked if she could telephone her family to let them know of her whereabouts, the doctor slapped her on the face.

    She was shoved into a room where 19 other girls were kept; all had been through a similar experience. She said the doctor raped her again the following day. A week later police swooped on the clinic.
    Another category of young women, driven by deep poverty, lease out their wombs and volunteer themselves, as regularly as is biologically possible, to produce babies for sale.

    “When we raided the hospital, we found four women who had been staying at the clinic for up to three years, to breed babies,” NSDCS boss for Enugu state commandant Desmond Agu said.

    The doctor, whom police named, “had been inviting boys to come and impregnate girls,” said Mr Agu.

    This was just one of around a dozen centres – masquerading as maternity clinics, foster homes, orphanages or shelters for homeless pregnant girls – unearthed in recent months where babies were swapped for cash, said the NAPTITP boss.

    Last month police swooped on a so-called foster home, not far from the Enugu police headquarters, where seven pregnant teenage girls and five workers were rounded up, residents said.


  68. ulvfugl says:

    SpankedMarch 18, 2017 at 6:04 PM
    I like the fact that the Western remains of Christendom still use the Anno Domini dating. Just like the Japanese still use the Koki and Nengou systems, or the Chinese use their NianHao era system, or the Islamic countries use the Hijri where year zero is 622 AD, or the Israeli dating system that starts at 3761 BC.

    The urge to eliminate European culture heritage from modern Western life, just to seem secular, contemporary and inclusive, baffles me.


    MajuMarch 18, 2017 at 9:03 PM
    I’m European and I’m extremely tired of the imposition of monotheistic dogma on our society, which should be strictly secular.

    In addition to that I must say that Christianity is not a European religion but that it originated in Palestine, which is not in Europe, as you may know. Of course nearly everything in Europe can be ultimately tracked to West Asia but still this particular patriarchal religion, Judeo-Christo-Muslim beliefs such as “creation” or a hating intolerant and genocidal “god” which have been once and again proved false by science (i.e. it’s an evil lie for stupid people) and whose establishment led to the darkest period in our history, in which the works of ancient wise men were erased to replace them with “psalms”(whatever psalms are) and false prophecies, in which people were burnt at the stake for slipping out of the Christian dogma even in the slightiest and that has produced such hated criminals like Torquemada, Kremer, De Lancre or Franco, is despicable in nearly everything.

    Europe began to be saved from that dictatorship of obscurantism, and also from feudalism (i.e. generalized slavery) in 1789, and three years later it was briefly introduced the Cult of Reason, whose long term impact, under more modest pretensions, is what has made of Europe a half-decent place to live and has made the World jump from darkness to great knowledge and development. This is the Europe I love: the secular Europe of freedom, science and which hopes to go even further into eco-socialism, dumping into the dark hole of which it was born the teachings of dogmatic obscurantism.

    Europe and European culture are about anything but religious dogma.


    Poor Maju, such an ardent and serious fellow, whose intellect and integrity I respect, talks such nonsense.

    I’m not going to deny or dispute that the Abrahamic religions have performed all kinds of ghastly atrocities. But, unfortunately, so have most everyone else on the planet, they were happening prior to monotheism, and so those religions cannot be taken as the root cause.

    The sad part is that he is not sufficiently self-aware and educated as to realise that his beloved ‘secularism’ is also a religion (belief system) which suffers from all the same faults ! Just compare what the so called ‘non religious’ believers of last century did, the Soviets and the Communist Chinese and the non montheistic Japanese.

    The Church of Reason has never been ‘reasonable’, they just worship a different bunch of gods without realising it, ‘Progress’, ‘Accumulation of Capital’, ‘Technology’, ‘Ourselves’, and so forth, which have turned out to be just as awful as anything the ancients came up with.

    Really, it makes no difference whether we have capitalism, socialism, collectivism, libertarianism, or any other -ism, we are still, en masse, exploiting the planet to destruction, which eventually puts an end to our species and most of the rest. Nobody has yet managed to find and apply any -ism that is sustainable, in the correct sense of that word.

    As far as I can tell, the only peoples who have ever had a deep respect for ‘the world’, as a sacred entity upon which we depend and which must be cherished, are a handful of fairly obscure and unknown ethnic tribespeople whose impact is mostly irrelevant now. The monotheistic religions have a horrible record, but so do the other major belief, save possibly the Tengrists and Taoists. The fundamental tenets of mainstream belief now, are that we are entitled to remake ‘the world’ in our own image, any way that is is profitable and convenient.

    Unfortunately, this will not work, because it ignores fundamental physical, chemical, and biological reality. This planet made us, we did not make it. We have no idea how to make such a thing, but we are being very effective at destroying it beyond retrieval.

    Again, unfortunately, there is nothing that can be done, because how many people even comprehend part of what I’m saying ? A minuscule fraction, and they are not in power or in any position to impose their view or to change the trajectory.

    In this respect, your beliefs, politics and religion are irrelevant. The only thing that matters is that your activities and lifestyle consumes resources and creates pollution and degrades the overall environment.

  69. ulvfugl says:

    3. The distribution of mitochondrial DNA haplogroups in the Americas, namely haplogroups A, B, C, and D, according to Behar[3], split from the mitochondrial tree earlier than 30,000 thousand years ago (before the last Ice Age). Given the distribution for these haplogroups[4][5], it is equally likely that the branching of these mitochondrial haplogroups occurred in the Americas, as in Asia or Beringia. Given that Beringia and Siberia were cold, while many areas in the Americas were temperate [2], during the Ice Age, the likely expansion of the A, B, C and D haplogroups during the Ice Age was in the Americas south of the glaciers, not Beringia or Siberia (as proposed in the Beringia Standstill Model.)

    4. The Clovis First Model and the Beringia Standstill Model are at odds with the narratives of most Native Americans, who instead argue for a Pre-Age Age presence in the Americas.[7]

    5. There is ample evidence that Modern Humans were in Siberia and Beringia tens of thousands of years before the Ice Age. Given that sea level data indicates that there were long periods before the Ice Age (when Modern Humans were in Beringia) when there was an easily walkable path from Beringia to Florida, to the American Central Plains, to the American East Coast and to points further south, it is highly improbable that highly mobile large game hunters over tens of thousands of years would not easily have moved back and forth between the Americas and Eastern Eurasia.[5][8][9][10]

    6. Autosomal DNA studies indicate that populations in the Americas and Siberia became separated between 26,000 and 14,000 years ago. This indicates that populations between the Americas and Eurasia were connected, likely by their long distance hunting strategies, and only became separated first by the glaciers starting 26,000 years ago, and second by the flooding of Beringia starting 14,000 years ago.[5][10][11]

    7. Research on Pre-Clovis sites, especially sites older than 18,000 years has been actively suppressed for decades [12]. The Beringia Standstill Model is simply a very cautious retreat by Pre-Clovis supporters (but likely still incorrect) to avoid the possibility of Modern Humans being in the Americas at a time frame that is contemporaneous with Modern Humans establishing themselves in Europe approximately 45,000 years ago.


  70. ulvfugl says:


    Pigs (Sus scrofa) were first domesticated between 8,500 and 8,000 cal BC in the Near East, from where they were subsequently brought into Europe by agriculturalists. Soon after the arrival of the first domestic pigs in northern Europe (~4500 BC), farmers are thought to have started to incorporate local wild boars into their swine herds. This husbandry strategy ultimately resulted in the domestication of European wild boars.

    Here, we set out to provide a more precise geographic and temporal framework of the early management of suid populations in northern Europe, drawing upon mitochondrial DNA haplotype data from 116 Neolithic Sus specimens. We developed a quantitative mathematical model tracing the haplotypes of the domestic pigs back to their most likely geographic origin. Our modelling results suggest that, between 5000 and 4000 BC, almost all matrilines in the north originated from domesticated animals from the south of central Europe. In the following period (4000–3000 BC), an estimated 78–100% of domesticates in the north were of northern matrilineal origin, largely from local wild boars. These findings point towards a dramatic change in suid management strategies taking place throughout south-central and northern Europe after 4000 BC.


  71. ulvfugl says:

    What about standing stones?
    Author: Rachel

    I often get asked about standing stones. They are a tricky beasts, archaeologically speaking, and this week’s blog is going to try and tell you what we might, and might not, know.


  72. ulvfugl says:

    Yet another establishment pedophilia whitewash: Investigation into Ted Heath child abuse allegations to be wound up, findings to remain confidential


    No truth or justice for the public or the victims. What a disgrace !

  73. ulvfugl says:

    DarthVaderMentor’s picture
    DarthVaderMentor Mar 19, 2017 11:49 PM
    More Fake news…..

    iamerican4’s picture
    iamerican4 Mar 19, 2017 11:49 PM
    Feinstein proved herself an “enemy, domestic” worthy of hanging the day after her 9/11-committing mishpochas staged Sandy Hook, when standing with fellow Holohoaxers Boxer, Schumer, and Bloomberg she stated: the day had come to end the right of private ownership by Americans of semi-automatic weapons.

    The Synagogue of Satan, (((Gog))), as foretold, is attacking the true and prophesied Zion – America. It must be excised as the cancer it obviously is.

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    tony bonn Mar 19, 2017 11:43 PM
    the jewish hag feincunt was sending trump a veiled threat – he can either leave of his own accord, or cia-mossad will do to him what they did to kennedy and nixon. i have never seen the deep state vibrating with such hate since watergate. if america doesn’t expel these jews, the country will be smoldering pile of smoke sooner than you can say feincunt.

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    Wilcox1 Mar 19, 2017 11:39 PM
    It takes a special type of shitstick to put someone so obviously incapacitated out there as the carrier of their agenda.

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    Ms No Mar 19, 2017 11:38 PM
    This malignant personality trait where people blame others for what they have done is something everybody needs to learn from. You’ll run into them in life and you want to make damn sure you recognize it preferably before they do you a number. If the population became aware of these evil bastards they wouldn’t make it into office.

    If you think back in life you have run into them numerous times. When the chaos hits it can be really confusing and you often find yourself even wondering if you remember things wrong. Somehow they are always a drain on you financially or emotionally, usually both. They will do things for you but then you owe them and they do it for appearances. My own brother is like this and he actually had me in a church next to Nancy Pelosi in San Diego because he is a power hungry chameleon POS. He is lucky that didn’t go really wrong.

    It took me until my mid thirties to figure out what he was and when I called him out he waged war on me destroying my reputation and isolating me one whole side of the family. Later when my mother died he pretended he was going to be civil and then took control of her body and belongings. By the time we had gotten there he was already in her bank account. He didn’t seem to disturbed that her body laid on the floor for days when he lived in the same town.

    I wasn’t going to fight him for any of that but he wasn’t going to take the chance. My son and I cleaned out her whole property, paid for a bunch of shit and then he stole everything, bullied us out and by the time we got home we had lawyers calling us. Of course he told that side of the family that is what we had done and worse. I never even got a copy of her birth certificate. I got a handful of pictures and records that belonged to my son and I. I left most of my own pictures behind, promised to pay for copies and was still accused of “stealing his childhood”. He is charming, good looking and a master at working people. He planned it in advance and within 48 hours he had everybody in his court. Everybody thinks he is the greatest guy in the world.

    His Dad died and my mother remarried. I am also 6 years younger so I don’t know entirely what caused him. The fucker has yellow eyes too. Now I can spot them a mile away and these politicians are a constant reminder of what to watch for. You’ll run into them here and there.

    hotrod’s picture
    hotrod Mar 19, 2017 11:33 PM
    Politicians like SlimeStein must be dirty because why else would anyone support somoene like her. She is absolutely gross.

    DarthVaderMentor’s picture
    DarthVaderMentor Mar 19, 2017 11:29 PM
    He won’t go until the wall is well underway and his other promises have been kept.


  74. ulvfugl says:

    The astonishing disgusting hypocrisy of Twitter. No freedom of speech anymore for people whom Jack Dorsey and the loathsome Saudi prince don’t like.

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  76. ulvfugl says:

    The ‘mostly male’ invasion from the Pontic Steppe, c. 4,500 yearsBeforePresent, seems to have been critiqued, here

    Failure to replicate

    Just in at bioRxiv:

    We fail to replicate a genetic signal for sex bias in the steppe migration to central Europe after ~5,000 years proposed by Goldberg et al. PNAS 114(10):2657-2662. Estimation of X-chromosome steppe ancestry in the Bronze Age central European population with the qpAdm method (Haak et al. Nature 522, 207-11) does not indicate lower steppe ancestry on the X-chromosome than in the autosomes. We perform a simulation which indicates presence of estimation bias of -19.5% in the inference of X-chromosome admixture proportions using the method used by Goldberg et al., largely eliminating the observed sex bias.


    Unfortunately I’m not qualified to evaluate this stuff, it’s above my level of technical expertise, so I’m not going to say who is correct. I found this interesting, I’m slightly better on linguistics than genetics, comments there :

    ….and may have spoken Indo European languages which could be as old as 10kya. According to scholars Celtic Languages are 2,600 years old however according to genetics it is probably at least 3,800 in the British isles alone. The scholars probably underestimated the ages of all Indo European languages. Maybe people have been using Wool for longer than scholars thought they were.
    March 15, 2017 at 9:24 AM
    Slumbery said…
    John Smith
    “According to scholars Celtic Languages are 2,600 years old however according to genetics it is probably at least 3,800 in the British isles alone.”

    Language is still not a genetic attribute, so according to genetics we can’t say anything about the age of Celtic.
    Also Celtic had plenty of time to reach the British Isles later (and it probably did even later that its own age) and that not necessarily meant easily detectable population turnover. The assumption that two populations was culturally identical and spoke the same language subgroup just because they cluster close on a PCA assembled with a few (and incomplete) DNA is baseless. (I do not talk about IE in general, but telling apart the garden varieties of IE from aDNA.)
    March 15, 2017 at 9:45 AM
    AWood said…
    “Language is still not a genetic attribute, so according to genetics we can’t say anything about the age of Celtic. ”

    I’m not a linguist but I would still bet money that genetic calculation is more in the scientific realm, where as linguistics is highly theoretical. I’d never bet my money on linguists who can’t even agree on anything, let alone prove anything beyond a doubt.
    March 15, 2017 at 10:04 AM
    Slumbery said…
    Awood: Genetics is indeed much more of a hard science than linguistics, but that is beside the point. Genetics can be however scientific, languages are still outside of the core expertise of the field, since the variations of modern human languages are not genetically coded, but purely cultural phenomenons. Ancient DNA study can serve only as auxiliary information. It can be useful, but you can’t seriously except it to answer questions like how old “Celtic” is.
    And yes, linguistic can not give a hard scientific answer to such a question either. there are things we will never know in the way as we know the DNA code in our mitochondria for example.
    March 15, 2017 at 10:14 AM
    capra internetensis said…
    *Genetics* may be a hard science, but drawing linguistic conclusions from genetics is *not* genetics; it’s sociolinguistics. “My data about population movements (or lack of them) comes from a hard science, therefore my speculation about the linguistic impact of these population movements (or lack of them) is hard science” – no.
    March 15, 2017 at 10:35 AM

    batman said…
    * One consequence were that some earls and peasants could marry up to 50 times – to produce the 50 children nessecary to uphold or extend the population-numbers of their jurisdiction.

    * A second consequence is that every new generation was counted – and ‘changed’ only by the royal take-over, when the chrown-princes of the G, H, I, J and R1-dynasties, respectively, started a new generation (mutation) of their roy-al seeds.

    * The ancient frog-leap-pattern of the y-dna seed-lines seems to be a consequence of the agnatic inheritance known from the Old Eurasian high-cutlures – and their respective dynasties.

    # As the Holocene Optimum started – 8.000 years ago – the median temperature of Eurasias 55th parallel became about one degree Celsius warmer than today. All the way up to Finland, Onega and Oleni Ostrov – where the oldest highlanders (R1a) and their cold-blooded domesticates occured some 7.500 years ago. At the brink of the start of the Volga-riversystem and the (already) established trade-route to the Caspian Sea, the Aral and the Ural.

    # Checking the cold-booded horses (Prewalski, Fjord, Steppe) we find them to overlap with the spread of the cattle-breeding high-landers – creating what’s known as “Scandianvian agriculture” vs. the “Euroepan” – where the warm-bloded horses (taipan) congruates with the spread of the large cattles and the heavily lactose-persistent “lowlanders” (R1b). We find them as far north as the western Baltics, where – in fact – the oldest known burials of oxes and horses are found. As well as the worlds highest density of LP – by far.

    # Looking at the spread of Pottery we find the Volga-Don area as pivotal. From a 9.000 year old pottery from Elshanka we find the 7.700 yrs old Sperrings/Narva-ceramcis in Carelia, Finland and Estonia, where it transcends into the advanced Asbestos-ceramics in northern Fenno-Scandia and the well-known Pit-Comb-ware along the Volga, as well as the eastern Baltics. In paralell we find the oldest cermics in NW Europe in the Western Baltics, where the first known EBK is dated to 8.000 BP.

    # The early comb-ceramics were paralleled by the Ertebolle/FB-ceramics, which transcended into the stroked, corded, belled and cordial Beaker-ceramics of Brittain and western Europe.

    Obviously there’s a co-existence between the western Beakers and the spread of warm-blooded domesticates and their herding “lowlanders” of the R1b-dynasty. Which, obviously, brached off into the eastern lowlands via the Vistulan transport-zone, along Dniester-Bug and Dniepr-Don (taurian, tyssagetae) – south to Anatolia and east to Bactria, bordering the southern farmers of the y-dna G-dynasty.

    # The success of the cattle- and corn-breeding cultures took off as the Holocene warm-period reached its Optimum, and the former tundra and taiga of the Younger Dryas became covered with lush grasslands – all the way up to north-western Norway, southern Finland, western Russia, the Caspian steppes, the Tarim bassin, Mongolia and China. It may seem that an eastern branch of semi-nomadic herders/farmers were branching off as y-dna Q.

    # Duely, we have no need to explain the extensive multiplication and migrations of cattle- and horse-breeders as “conquerors” – as the grassland-areas they fertilized and grew were outside/beside the areas needed by the the fishers and gatherers – and their herds of goats, sheep and/or reindeer. Which explains the whereabouts of the I2/I1-dynasties, as well as their eastern completaries of y-dna N and O.

    # Except from the latter two, we may suspect that ALL of the mentioned ‘dynasties’ and consquent etnicities were familiar with the proto-IE tongue. That would explain why and how A I-E stem could spread from Ireland and Spain to India and Tarim, already before the spread of ‘heavy’ farming and cattle-breeding.

    March 15, 2017 at 4:31 PM

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  79. ulvfugl says:

    As of late, we the people of Arizona are very shocked to see what he has become. He is a caricature of a man who, around here, is about as popular as the ping-pong president. How could the people of Arizona, the state that brought you the O.K. Corral, the Grand Canyon, constitutional carry, and sunshine 360 days a year re-elect such a steaming lumpen pile?

    The truth is that Arizona like many other states is really two states, Arizona the free and Arizona the slave. The free side is much how you would imagine a free and prosperous state. Resplendent and sublime examples of the master artist’s work are everywhere. The people out here are old school salt of the earth. Cowboys get along with Indians, bikers get along with hippies, liberals with conservatives. Its a place, as my venerated 77 year old neighbor once said to me, “everybody knows everybody’s business but minds their own.” People are kind and polite, willing to help a stranger.


  80. ulvfugl says:

    P C Roberts

    A former NIST scientist says that the NIST report on the collapse of the 3 WTC
    skyscrapers is not credible.

  81. ulvfugl says:

    Is it really hateful to admit that Zionists ethnically cleansed Palestine? By now, this is an established historical fact that is sustained by current Israeli Law of Return, designed to prevent ethnically cleansed Palestinians from coming back to their land. Is it really hateful to suggest, as does David Duke that “no group on earth fights harder for its interests than do the Jews.” In fact, Yvette Cooper’s grilling of the Google CEO on behalf of the Labour Friends of Israel only confirms Duke’s observation. I’m left wondering whether George Orwell was, in fact, the last of the prophets. After all, he did foresee British Labour transitioning into a tyrannical institution. Yet, later on in his piece, Pollard, takes an unexpected turn. He clearly accepts that interfering with elementary freedom is a dangerous development:

    Had the video told viewers that their duty was to seek out Jews and attack them, as many posts on social media do, then clearly it should be banned. Incitement to violence is an obvious breach of any coherent set of standards. But banning views simply because many, or even most, people find them abhorrent is a form of mob rule dressed up in civilised clothes.

    I find myself in complete agreement with this ultra-Zionist: “mob rule dressed up in civilised clothes” is a poetic, yet still truthful, description of current progressive populism. Incitement to violence should obviously be strictly banned, but if we wish to maintain Western ‘values’ then surely open debate in our system must be sustained. If Yvette Cooper doesn’t agree with Duke, she should invite him to the House of Commons and challenge him to debate rather than using her political power to silence him, or anyone else. But one question remains. What led Yvette Cooper to operate so openly in the service of one particular Lobby group. I guess that veteran Mossad agent Victor Ostrovsky may have an answer to offer…


  82. ulvfugl says:

    If that surprises you, did you know Arun Rao was caught “liking” several of Alefantis’ creepiest toddler Instagram posts? Again, that could be dismissed – only there’s all this context, and the fact Mr Rao is a Assistant US attorney, and charged with prosecuting child pornography and abuse.

    And if you’re still not distinguishing the pattern, did you know that Laura Silsby (Gayler), the woman caught trying to smuggle thirty-three children out of Haiti (a country where the Clinton Foundation isn’t without controversy), whose release from jail became a personal matter for Ms Clinton, thereafter became an associate of MyStateUSA, which changed its name to AlertSense, and which is the one providing the technology to issue Amber Alerts?

    Enough already. If anything I have proven the legitimacy of the following question:
    Is there a systemic pedophilia problem in Washington DC, as we already suspect there is one in Hollywood?
    In terms of national systemicity, the statistics are eloquent.


  83. ulvfugl says:

    Cee said…

    Who ever you call or write keep repeating that Israel supports ISIS because they ARE!!

    If they try to defend this, call them terrorist supporters too.

    Reply 20 March 2017 at 04:37 AM

    Cee said…

    Well, well. Israel may have to go it alone. I hope they pay the price ALONE.


    Reply 20 March 2017 at 05:09 AM


  84. ulvfugl says:

    Adityanath has in the past accused Muslim men of waging “love jihad”, or a love war, to entrap Hindu women and convert them to Islam. He drew a reprimand from the election authorities for exhorting Hindus to convert 100 Muslims for every Hindu that adopted Islam.

    Further, he disclosed in his 2014 election affidavit that he faced criminal cases including attempted murder; intimidation; promoting religious enmity; defiling a place of worship; rioting; and trespassing on burial places.

    Such cases are common in India’s rough-and-tumble politics. Although judges have taken cognisance of three cases against Adityanath, no formal charges have been filed.

    As the month-long Uttar Pradesh poll progressed, the rhetoric used by Modi and his campaign chief Amit Shah struck an increasingly harsh tone: In one speech Modi said villages with graveyards should have crematoriums too – a veiled reference to the different burial practices of Muslims and Hindus.

    One of India’s most prominent Muslim politicians, former Jammu and Kashmir state chief minister Omar Abdullah, said in a tweet that Muslims in Uttar Pradesh “must be terrified of what the future has in store for them.”


  85. ulvfugl says:

    Snípéir_Ag_Obair Mar 20, 2017 11:44 AM
    still no questions about CIA (and McCain’s) support of ISIS though – is that right?

    What the media misses in the Syrian bloodbath: a ‘thank you’ to Hillary from Israel

    Wikileaks has released what may be the most under-reported story of the year in a year full of them, Hillary Clinton’s uncanny fulfillment of Oded Yinon’s plan for the Middle East according to Israel 30 years ago. This was summed up in Yinon’s “A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties.” Yinon, an influential right-wing Israeli strategist, envisioned a Middle East riven with conflict between Arab tribes and religious denominations, unable to oppose Israeli ambitions for regional dominance.

    Yinon wrote:
    “Iraq, rich in oil on the one hand and internally torn on the other, is guaranteed as a candidate for Israel’s targets. Its dissolution is even more important for us than that of Syria. Iraq is stronger than Syria. In the short run it is Iraqi power which constitutes the greatest threat to Israel…Every kind of inter-Arab confrontation will assist us in the short run and will shorten the way to the more important aim of breaking up Iraq into denominations as in Syria and in Lebanon.”


    The Yinon Plan, “Greater Israel”, Syria, Iraq, and ISIS: the Connection

    The Zionist Plan for the Middle East, also known as the Yinon Plan, is an Israeli strategic plan to ensure Israeli regional superiority. It insists and stipulates that Israel must reconfigure its geo-political environment through the balkanization of the surrounding Arab states into smaller and weaker states.

    Reach of a “Greater Israel”When viewed in the current context, the war on Iraq, the 2006 war on Lebanon, the 2011 war on Libya, the ongoing war on Syria, not to mention the process of regime change in Egypt, must be understood in relation to the Zionist Plan for the Middle East. The latter consists in weakening and eventually fracturing neighboring Arab states as part of an Israeli expansionist project.

    “Greater Israel” consists in an area extending from the Nile Valley to the Euphrates.

    Israeli strategists viewed Iraq as their biggest strategic challenge. This is why Iraq was outlined as the centerpiece to the balkanization of the Middle East and the Arab World. In Iraq, on the basis of the concepts of the Yinon Plan, Israeli strategists have called for the division of Iraq into a Kurdish state and two Arab states, one Shiite and the other Sunni.

    The Atlantic, in 2008, and the U.S. military’s Armed Forces Journal, in 2006, both published widely circulated maps that closely followed the outline of the Yinon Plan. Aside from a divided Iraq, the Yinon Plan calls for a divided Lebanon, Egypt, and Syria. The Yinon Plan also calls for dissolution in North Africa and forecasts it as starting from Egypt and then spilling over into Sudan, Libya, and the rest of the region.

    “Greater Israel” requires the breaking up of the existing Arab states into small states. The plan operates on two essential premises. To survive, Israel must

    become an imperial regional power, and
    must effect the division of the whole area into small states by the dissolution of all existing Arab states.

    Small here will depend on the ethnic or sectarian composition of each state. Consequently, the Zionist hope is that sectarian-based states become Israel’s satellites and, ironically, its source of moral legitimation… This is not a new idea, nor does it surface for the first time in Zionist strategic thinking. Indeed, fragmenting all Arab states into smaller units has been a recurrent theme.

    Viewed in this context, the war on Syria is part of the process of Israeli territorial expansion. Israeli intelligence working hand in glove with the US, Turkey and NATO is directly supportive of the Al Qaeda terrorist mercenaries inside Syria.


    Why Does Israel Support ISIS?

    From the outset of the foreign-sponsored insurrection in Syria, Israel has decidedly backed the armed opponents of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Reports have shown that Israeli forces have been providing safe haven, hospital care and even weaponry to anti-Assad militants, including to the most radical outfits like ISIS and Al-Nusra Front. On top of material and logistical aid, the Israeli air force has unleashed dozens of air strikes on Syrian regime and allied Hezbollah targets throughout the conflict.

    Top Israeli officials have repeatedly stressed that they would “prefer” an ISIS victory in Syria over an Assad victory.

    The reasons for this are pretty straightforward:
    1) The barbaric, savage atrocities conducted by ISIS in Syria and Iraq garners tremendous bad press for Islam in general, which translates into good or less negative coverage of Israel and its criminal activities. ISIS’s cruel and unusual methods of execution (i.e., beheadings, crucifixions, immolations, drownings, stoning, throwing people off of buildings, etc.), which it openly flaunts in macabre propaganda videos, provokes extremely bad headlines which have obscured any sense of proportional coverage of Israel’s ongoing brutality against the Palestinians. With ISIS dominating the headlines and TV newsreels, Israel escapes international opprobrium and has a free hand to act.
    2) By using the word “Islamic” in their official title, ISIS’s atrocious acts of brigandry are automatically associated with Islam generally by the less-than-astute general public, which induces fear and animosity towards the entire religion and any group associated with it. Knowing this, Netanyahu and other Israeli imperialists have employed guilt-by-association fallacies to demonize the Muslim groups in conflict with Israel by falsely equating them to ISIS; groups like Hamas and Hezbollah, both of which have condemned the atrocities of ISIS, and the latter organization being on the frontline in Syria in the fight against the terror group. Hostility towards Islam in this day and age usually induces feelings of sympathy and affinity for the Jews and Israel, whose main rivals are Arab and Muslim countries and groups.



    lester1 Mar 20, 2017 11:34 AM
    Gowdy just asked Comey if he directly breifed Obama about spying on Flynn.

    Comey said “no comment”

    Busted !!!

    Yes We Can. But Lets Not.’s picture
    Yes We Can. But… Mar 20, 2017 11:33 AM
    Comey will not publicly confirm to Gowdy that the felonious unmasking of Flynn is even under investigation.

    Yes We Can. But… Mar 20, 2017 11:27 AM
    Gowdy is throwing out the names of those who ‘may’ have done the unmasking of Flynn…

    Rice Lynch Rhodes Obama

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    ironmace Yes We Can. But Lets Not. Mar 20, 2017 11:33 AM
    Gowdy keeps shooting around the bullseye. He gets close, but something holds him back.

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    orangegeek ironmace Mar 20, 2017 11:48 AM
    process of elimination – slow process

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    ATP_Commish ironmace Mar 20, 2017 11:39 AM
    its the fact that the secret nature of their jobs will preclude them from making a positive answer anyway. i think if anything you could tell he used to ppl giving him non answers and thats why he used that line of questioning. i need to go buy popcorn for when gowdy comes back up. if i hear adam shift ask leading bs softball questions anymore ill throw up in my hat.

    LA_Goldbug Mar 20, 2017 11:26 AM
    They keep playing this word game “Russians did ….”. If I was a hacker who attacked a Russian server Russians would have the right to say “Americans hacked ….”.

    So who are these Russians ? Russian government employees ?

    Who can “unmask” is a critical issue here listening to Gowdy.

    Gowdy cornered Comey !!!

  86. ulvfugl says:

  87. ulvfugl says:

    In a very unusual move, President Trump took time away from his personal Twitter account to tell the free world – via @POTUS – that “FBI Director Comey refuses to deny he briefed President Obama on calls made by Michael Flynn to Russia.”


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