Abuse and Sex Slavery, The Colour of the Mountains, Uttermost parts and humbuggery



The study of plants and other lifeforms on the planet is shedding light on concepts that were already known in our ancient world. Everything on our planet is alive. Just because it is living in a different form than we are, and has different biological processes than we do, does not mean that these lifeforms do not possess consciousness or that they cannot think, feel, and react.

If you told somebody that plants can feel pain, you might think they are nuts, but the truth is – an enormous amount of research has been conducted by plant scientists, and much of it clearly shows how plants have some remarkable abilities to react to and sense the world around them. Some plant scientists insist that yes, plants are intelligent, they learn, remember, and again, react. So, it’s not far off to suggest that they might even feel pain. There are also studies suggesting that plants can learn from experience.

“They have ways of taking all the sensory data they gather in their everyday lives… integrate it and then behave in an appropriate way in response. And they do this without brains, which, in a way, is what’s incredible about it, because we automatically assume you need a brain to process information.”  – Michael Pollan author of “The Omnivore’s Dilemma” and “The Botany of Desire”  (source)

Plants respond to anesthetics. As shown in the video below, you can put a plant out with a human anesthetic. What’s even more remarkable is the fact that plants can even produce compounds that are anesthetic to us!



We learnt how to walk.

And I was struck by how often practical magical workshops are about learning to do things we thought we learned in childhood – walking, vocalising, breathing, standing. So much of our lives and culture encourages us to disconnect from our bodies, our selves, our natures, to live in ways which are destructive to our health, to cut ourselves off from the core of us which is embodied. As a result we need to undo harmful habits and relearn how to do even basic things, in order to fully embody and express our core-self.

This weekend I attended a workshop where we just walked, until walking became a dance and the dance became a magical act. And it was still “just” walking.



But what of fairies and the dead? What specific links are there between them in pre-modern magic? In the judgement of at least one historian, this turns out to be ‘the most consistent association’ for the Fair Folk. Noted political philosopher of the mid-seventeenth century Thomas Hobbes judged that ‘Faeries are Spirits and Ghosts’, and that ‘Faeries and Ghosts inhabite Darknesse, Solitudes, and Graves.’ [Lathan, The Elizabethan Fairies (Columbia University Press: New York, 1930), p.45] Scottish clergymen and theologians – especially Robert Kirk and James Garden – relayed similar opinions, and the conclusion ‘that these learned commentators accurately reflected popular belief is illustrated by the fact that many people claimed to have seen dead friends and relatives in fairyland.’ [Emma Wilby, Cunning Folk & Familiar Spirits, p. 18] At the very least then, ‘fairies were often defined as either departed souls themselves, or as existing in, or having access to, a spirit-realm inhabited by the dead.’ [Wilby, CF&FS p. 69] This realm was not necessarily entirely tangibly physical: ‘after natural death human souls might find themselves in fairyland, or living humans taken into or visiting the fairy realm could find themselves unwilling or unable to leave, resulting in the death of the mortal body.’ [Wilby, CF&FS, p. 102] Significantly in light of the events of Clarke’s story, such a visit or forceful abduction “in spirit” – a sort of kidnapping of the Christian soul – could also occur to those with imbalanced imaginations: ‘ravished out of their bodies & caried to such places’. [James, Daemonologie (London, 1597) p. 39] Of course contact and compact with the Fae could itself encourage and exacerbate such reveries and fugues, and such states habituated the soul to being removed, and increased likelihood of further and deeper abductions. The more you were fairy-taken the easier it was to be taken further. Lost Hope, indeed.





Nobody pays me anything to write this stuff. In fact, it costs me money to pay the web hosting fees. This is good, because I am not beholden to anyone, and can say whatever I wish to say, on any subject whatsoever.

I don’t even care if anyone reads it or not, although when I feel it’s burdensome and a chore, I do think about my few hundred invisible regular readers whom I strive to entertain and inform. I distribute this information. You can take it or leave it, just as you wish.

This raises the question, what is the motivation for my continuing ? One is that, as I live such a solitary life, it lets me have a rant and let off some steam, when I get frustrated and indignant about some issue or other. Which is sort of therapeutic.

Another is, that to write is a means of discovering what I myself actually think and believe about any particular issue. I can do this in my mind, by running the ideas through my head, but writing them down and then reading through helps to clarify and expose nonsense, weaknesses and contradictions.

Unlike McPherson, I do not make any claims towards being a teacher, even less any kind of guru or celebrity. I am just ulvfugl, which is sufficient, and I express my thoughts, opinions, beliefs and so forth, for better or worse, without fear or favour.

In the previous comments, wolfwitch posted this video.

Two of our favourite past guests, Conner Habib and Gordon White join us in this roundtable chat about the occult, magic, synchronicities, positive thinking, morality, hollywood, the esoteric, the new spiritual renaissance and much more. We also get into the polarization of the political climate right now, social media, the makers movement, becoming invincible and pedophilia as well.    


What do I think about all that ? I would not have bothered to listen if it hadn’t been posted here, with the mention of pedophilia. As readers will have noticed, I’ve moved considerably towards the authoritarian right, in my political stance, mostly because of this issue of child abuse.

My line of thinking goes something like this. Anyone who has suffered greatly, or witnessed someone they love go through extreme suffering, learns that this world is not all fluffy rainbows, dolphins and chocolate. So much of the suffering appears to be inherent in the system, unavoidable, intrinsic to existence.

My conclusion is, that if it cannot be prevented, then, at minimum, I should not add to it, myself, by way of my own actions and conduct. This is kind of like the ancient Greek Hippocratic Oath that medical doctors are supposed to uphold, ‘Firstly, do no harm’. So, that’s a base for morality. And it’s not the same as the Alistair Crowley, Thelemite, ‘Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law’, which I hold in some disdain.


I think Crowley got it from the libertines of the Hellfire Club.

Children are not thought of as being fully responsible for their actions, because, due to age and lack of experience, they are not able to comprehend the results and consequences, and like all young animals and birds, they make serious mistakes, from which, if they survive, they learn something.

That’s in the natural order of things, and as I see it, what is meant to happen in human soceities, is that there is a transitional rite of passage, where adolescents take on the mantle of adulthood. After that, they no longer have the excuse that is extended to children, they are expected to conduct themselves as being fully responsible for their conduct, actions and affairs.

When adults refuse or are unable to take that step into maturity, and behave badly, then others of the adult community have to intervene and deal with the problem. So then, this becomes a moral and political issue, because there will always be some disagreement as to what’s appropriate action and what’s not, depending upon the beliefs of various social factions. For example, controversy over the death penalty for capital offences, and so forth. I think we each are responsible for our own karma.

I see maximum personal liberty for individuals as being a general public good, but ‘Do what thou wilt’ or whatever you like, does not work, because you personally may prefer to drive on the right hand side of the road, and believe you have that right, but when the majority have enacted into law, that in this country we drive on the left, then your ‘liberty’ means collisions which may be fatal to innocent travellers. So you should not be surprised if your ‘liberty’ is curtailed by policemen.

Likewise, I do not care what consenting adults get up to, sexually, in their own private premises. But when some think it’s okay to have sex with infants, animals, or anything else that they fancy, this is intolerable, and authority has to step in, because children and animals cannot give informed consent.

If all adolescents went through a rite of passage which meant that, thereafter, their sense of pride, decency, moral standing, and responsibility toward the larger community group meant that they behaved with self-discipline, restraint and the various old fashioned virtues, courage, honour, integrity, etc, then we could, possibly, have an anarchist utopia or something close to it.

But this is not going to happen. People are stupid, mean and spiteful, they set fire to other people, they throw sulphuric acid in women’s faces, they bugger infants, they lie, steal, rape, torture and murder, they vote for proven psychopaths, there is no limit to individual depravity and debauchery, unless the wider soceity imposes limits. That means having policemen, detectives, lawyers, courts, and prisons, and all the rest of the paraphernalia.

Having to read about all the atrocious acts that humans do, everyday in the news, is one reason I sometimes feel like giving up this whole citizen journalist independent blogging thing. But it’s public service, of a kind. I’m trying to figure out what’s really going on – not what we are TOLD by the controlling powers, but what is REALLY going on – and so I try to share whatever is pertinent to that quest with any others who are interested. A lot of it is so extremely depressing, gruesome and grim.

Pretending that this world is other than it is does nobody a service. We must face the ugliness and the darkness and do whatever is possible to mitigate the suffering and horror. We are fed lies, disinformation, and propaganda, more than at any time I can recall in my lifetime. Information is fabricated, manipulated, hyped and suppressed.

Recall, a short while back, almost every page you’d see had some mention of someone called Milo. I was sort of giving him the benefit of the doubt, so to speak, and paid some attention to him.

His Dangerous Faggot presentation, as a sort of ploy to gain himself status and publicity made some sense to me, and he seemed to have the courage to speak his own thoughts, rather than pandering, but the image of him languishing naked in a bath filled with pig’s blood was too much for me. Such gross perversity is no good for anyone, imo, and a good example of what I oppose. Makes this world worse for everyone. Not someone I can respect or admire.

And then he simply vanished from everywhere, as if he had never been, steam rollered by the next news cycle of hyped hysterical distraction, which may have been the guy on CNN eating human brains in India. More obscene gross stupidity.

I have no solutions to offer, regarding all this transgender fluid identity stuff. I think a man should be manly, that is what they should teach their sons, and that the role of the men is to keep the women happy. Not just in bed, although that’s important, but to provider the wider social and environmental context where the women feel emotionally secure about raising their children. If we don’t have that, as the baseline, then there’s no future for the communities, going forward.

So that raises the question as to what happens to those who don’t fit into that sort of structure, for one reason or another. That guy Habib in the Grimerica podcast with says that he’s a ‘sex worker’. I’m not even sure that I recognise that as a valid trade that makes sense, for me, it’s more like a label for a participant in the sleazy underworld associated with cities, where misfits gather to survive, the damaged rejected detritus that sinks to the bottom of the social machinery.

I can see how he feels threatened by the oncoming crackdown on paedophiles, because he senses that this will extend to include his own livelihood. But that’s one of the problems, isn’t it. The world, life, is not about me, or ‘him’ and his preferences. It’s the same sense of threat that caused my dear neighbour to fear vegans and vegetarians taking over the culture, because he made his living raising cattle and lambs for people to eat.

This is something that I hate about people who can only envision their own special limited selfish interests, and cannot sympathise, empathise, identify, with the greater good of the community. If everyone had always been like them, we would not be here at all. I see this in Habib, but also in David Graeber and Kevin Carson and many others, who fight against any power or authority that might limit their self-indulgence, caring nothing for those who do and will suffer terribly because of their commitment to a stupid ideology which they prioritise above compassion and general well-being.

The starkest, most hypocritical example, is those so called progressive feminists who think Hillary is so great, because she’s a woman, whilst ignoring her funding by the Saudis, and her involvement with the Moslem Brotherhood and support for ISIS.

Habib quoted Lacan, about having no masters. But what do we get then ? The vast majority of people are simply not capable of self-control and taking full responsibility for themselves. We just get Lord of the Flies, unless some greater force is available to insist upon boundaries and limits, be it God, the State, or local vigilantes. You surely don’t need to be smart to understand this. Just look at accounts in the papers all through last century.

If soceity does not require hand-loom weavers or chimney sweeps, these vocations disappear. Others are created. Do we need the services of sex workers and pornographers ? I think soceities oscillate between poles, the austere puritanical end and the  debauched, depraved, decadent end.

Habib argued something along the lines that the restrictions on sex trafficking might fall upon those who choose that path voluntarily. I’m not an expert, he may be, but I recall reading about an investigation into sex trafficking in UK. There was some sort of massage parlour front, in the Midlands, that offered ‘new girls every week’. These young women, teens and early twenties, were coming from various Eastern European countries.

There was nothing consensual or voluntary about it. Criminals went around rural areas of places like Moldova, Ukraine, Romania, etc, seeking victims. The girls were simple folk, naive, uneducated and unsophisticated, in poverty. They were lured with offers of well-paid and respectable jobs, as waitresses, nannies, kitchen staff, etc, and then smuggled into the UK, where they were forced into prostitution.

They had to service maybe ten men a day, and they didn’t get the money, their owners did. This is sex slavery. If they refused to cooperate, they were physically hurt, or a girl was murdered in front of them, to terrorise them into submission.

Of course, this kind of thing has always happened in various parts of the world, but I don’t see how anyone could argue in its favour. Brutal abuse and cruelty is not to be condoned, according to my personal moral standards, it takes away dignity and self-respect from all of us, if we tolerate such things.

That’s one reason I feel antipathy toward Islam and Sharia Law. I have been unable to discover even one single point where it brings us anything better than what we already have. Why would we want to introduce an inferior belief that makes matters worse ?

Deus Vult means ‘God Willing’, or ‘If God wills it’, in classical Latin.

In 1095 Pope Urban ll, at the Council of Clermont, made a speech calling for the Ist Crusade, to be waged against the Turks who were attacking the Eastern Christians. It’s recorded that Peter the Hermit uttered Deus Vult, which was taken up by the assembled crowd and later became the rallying cry of the Crusaders, used as they launched themselves into the fight against the Islamic enemy troops.

The Muslim term Inch’Allah is the French version of the Arabic In Shaa Allah, also meaning God Willing.

A vernacular pagan version might be something like ‘touch wood’ or ‘fingers crossed’, to express the hope that some future circumstance will come to pass.

Of course, one can say these phrases in an entirely mindless and frivolous sense, with no depth or devout intention. But if you are seriously religious and questing for more profound insight into existence, then the meaning does invoke something significant. It leads to surrender to something greater than one’s self, the mysterious divine background which sustains our personal existence and everything else that exists.

It’s a reminder of the gulf that there is between those who have faith in some mystical sacred or holy aspect to their encounters with being, and those, the materialists, humanists and atheists who do not. These latter believe that existence is devoid of meaning, pointless and purposeless, and they rely purely upon their own ego and intellect. Human vanity, cleverness, desire, is all that they see, without anything significant above and beyond themselves and the raw forces of nature.


This is perhaps the greatest divide amongst the humans today, that is, the division between those who have no need or wish to find deeper meaning, and those who hold to some kind of conception of something greater than themselves, to which they have a personal relationship, which gives their life a larger richer significance.



Ultimately, this is a very personal matter for each one to arrive at in their own way. I cannot force understanding onto another, can I, I can only speak of my own and make suggestions as to what might be helpful or not.

There are those who believe that a Creator God made us, and there are those who believe that we made up the idea of a Creator God in our human imaginations.

God made us, versus We made God.

There are the very smart, educated and erudite intellectuals, who feel they are superior because they don’t have any religious insight or understanding, and don’t need any. But just because God is impossible to understand or explain in logical reasoned terms, it does not follow that there is no God or that the concept is worthless.

It’s just three English letters, and a noise that people make with their mouths, which point toward a mental concept, a cultural concept. For some, it’s off putting and obsolete, old superstition which should be rejected and abandoned, for various reasons.

For others, this word and the concept that it points to, are all that really matters, and what keeps them going from one day to the next.

Essentially, these are very different models as to what we are, and why we are.

As with many other concepts – for example the words ‘nature’, ‘history’, ‘me’, ‘life’, ‘world’ – as you study and think, they change. Ideas evolve and develop and take on new aspects.

Because we live in a culture that is both spiritually and philosophically illiterate, where education is manipulated to suit certain agendas, people grow up believing that they have to choose, either to be ‘scientific’ or to be ‘religious’. As if this is a matter of a binary option toward finding ‘truth’, like black and white.

Fortunately for me, I can say that I take a Perspectivist approach, philosophically. This means I am liberated from that idiotic false dichotomy. There are very many ways to look at the same thing. They can each be ‘more or less true’, they each have their particular strengths or weaknesses, depending upon what it is that you are asking or what you want to accomplish.

Some hold that science provides the truth, whilst others maintain that their religion reveals the truth. It’s an either/or. Our Enlightenment logic and reason insists that given a pair of contradictory statements both cannot be true. However, Perspectivism says that when you are close to the mountains they appear to be green, and when you go further away, they appear to be blue. At midnight they may be black, and when it snows, they are white. So what is true ? Are the mountains green or are they blue ? Or do we impose some mistaken truth,  depending upon perspective.

Here’s a discussion about ‘truth’. The guy at c. 50: who claims to be a philosopher, says that my way of understanding makes absolutely no sense at all. Obviously, from my perspective, he’s an idiot ! 🙂 More about that below.

Streamed live on 27 Mar 2017

Throughout history, truth has preoccupied all disciplines and ways of thought, strongly correlated as it is with the principles that shape our collective sphere, including trust, democracy, justice, and freedom. In this salon, we will discuss what truth looks like in different fields, from science to poetry, philosophy, design, and even journalism, and how the arts can offer alternative ways to unearth and tell the truth.

Speakers include:

Paul Boghossian, Professor, Philosophy Department, and Director, New York Institute of Philosophy, New York University

Janna Levin, author; Tow Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Barnard College, Columbia University; and Director of Sciences, Pioneer Works

Emily Parker, writer, editor, and digital diplomacy advisor

Maria Popova, writer and founder of Brain Pickings

Ahmed Shihab-Eldin, Emmy-nominated journalist and senior correspondent at AJ+


Now, that fellow stated that ‘the notion of relative truth, or perspectival truth, makes absolutely no sense’, and then he modifies that by adding ‘in any interesting case’. Which is weird, because who the hell is he to decide what’s interesting and what’s not interesting ? What’s vitally and overwhelmingly interesting to one person, in one context, is absolutely irrelevant and of no interest at all to some other person.

Isn’t that ‘a truth’ ?

He starts with the proposition re the number of people in the room. That there can only be ‘one truth’ in that regard, which can be established by counting them.

Seems to me, that is the avenue which Bertrand Russell and Ludwig Wittgenstein explored, when they tried to describe everything in precise mathematical terms. That project failed. They both concluded, eventually, that it was impossible.

See Gödel’s completeness theorem.


He then brings in moral and political perspectives on the problem. I do not think that assists much. I think that the mythos/logos analysis, or the right brain/left brain, literal truths and poetic truths,  analysis  is superior for clarifying the matter.

Returning to ‘the mountains’ as an example. What is a true statement as to the definitive colour of the mountains, when perceptions vary ? We can establish that, rather in the same manner as counting the number of people in the room, by taking a long sequence of photographs, at various times and from various locations, and then we study the photos, as being a genuine empirical record of ‘the truth’ re the colour of the mountains.

However, one man will say, of a mountain, that it is composed of iron ore, and it is necessary to destroy it by mining, because it is an essential mineral resource. Soceity requires steel for cars, bridges, planes and tanks, so the mountain, in this context, is ‘raw material’.

Another man will say that the mountain is sacred to his ancestors, and that it is inhabited by gods and spirits, and that to quarry it is to insult the Earth, indeed to insult the whole Universe.

Both of these positions may be considered as true, within their contexts, and they are irreconcilable. We cannot destroy the mountain for ore, and still keep the mountain to please the gods and ancestors. One or other ‘truth’ has to prevail. Moreover, there can be many other truths, and other contexts.

That philosopher began by politicising the question, referring to Trump and the number of people at the rallies, etc. Trump became notorious in the UK, for destroying some pristine sand dunes in Scotland to build a golf course. The place was a nature reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) an official designation meant to protect such places from harm or development.

So there is a moral issue there. Trump gained a valuable asset (He tweeted to Sir Alan Sugar, in an acrimonious exchange between them, that his Scottish golf course with its hotel, is worth more than Sugar’s entire wealth.) Trump’s personal wealth was increased, in the standard capitalist manner, whilst the wealth of the wider social good was diminished, by the loss of a valuable rare wildlife habitat and public resource with aesthetic virtue. Some of the local people considered that the loss of the wild unspoiled amenity is compensated by the remuneration provided from jobs.

Trump then fought the local authorities again, over the wind turbines which were built offshore, which he thought spoiled the views from his property. Throughout the saga there are myriad examples of individuals taking very different perspectives on ‘the truth’ of the matter, depending upon their personal contextual evaluations (value judgements) and interests.

Serve Mammon or serve God. We have the crude Cartesian division between  internal spiritual truth, versus external objectively verifiable truth. You could say that the mountains remain the same mountains, it’s just that their superficial appearance changes, the underlying geological formations remain stable.

But this is not strictly true. If we could do a time lapse photographic series over millennia, we’d see that the mountains change imperceptibly all of the time, as they are subjected to erosion. And at the other end of the scale, what are they made of ? Minerals composed of atoms, composed of sub-atomic particles, and then we hit the Zeno Effect, where the fundamental ‘stuff’ changes when we observe it or not.

Everything is always flowing, vibrating, transforming, and the appearance of permanence and stability is deceptive. We have this wild ride, between birth and death, where we try to make some sense of it all.

History can be considered from many differing viewpoints, and none of them are going to give you a complete single impression that cannot be contested. But the greater the number of perspectives you use, the richer and deeper your insight will become.

For example, why did Pope Urban enable and encourage the Crusaders to launch their bloody adventure ? You could analyse that from a religious perspective, or a socio-economic perspective, and indeed many others.

I read somewhere that as feudal Europe prospered and grew wealthier, the feudal lords, dukes and princes who had the castles and forts that controlled the surrounding lands and agricultural estates, these families had many children. Only the eldest son would inherit the title and possessions, so that meant there were often half a dozen younger sons who would find themselves with nothing much. The daughters could be married off into strategic alliances, but these younger sons would have no castle, knights and peasantry to offer to gain a good marriage partner.


And in that soceity, these warriors spent all their time practicing and training for armed combat. They were obsessed with weapons, armour, horses, sieges, jousting and the rest of the paraphernalia of war and conquest.

All the guys were part of the feudal hierarchy, with the Pope at the pinnacle, then the Kings and then their aristocratic underlings, down the ladder to the tradesmen and peasants at the base. So they had to obey rulers above them. But they were always quarrelling and infringing upon the rights of neighbours, which meant constant violence all over the Continent. Which was a problem for the Pope, who was forced to intercede on behalf of one party or another to try and restore peace and harmony amongst warring regions.

So the idea was to direct all the military aggression toward an external enemy, the Moslems of the Levant area who had control of Jerusalem. This was a thrilling prospect for all those macho younger sons who relished a wild exciting adventure with plenty of opportunity to attack foes and generally go charging around on horseback  with swords and lances, testing their martial skills and equipment for real, with rape, robbery and plunder as an added incentive. A chance to win their own personal title and lands by force of arms.

I have no idea really, whether that theory is correct or not, it’s just something I recall reading many years ago. It seems like a plausible tale, but if there is one thing that we all should have learned from the internet it is that superficially plausible tales are frequently totally wrong. So perhaps others with greater scholarship will have  critiqued that idea and proposed very different reasons for the Crusades.

Humans are made up of trillions of eukaryotic cells, which first appeared in the fossil record around 2.5 billion years ago. A human cell is a remarkable piece of networked machinery that has about the same number of components as a modern jumbo jet – all of which arose out of a longstanding, embedded encounter with the natural world. In Basin and Range (1981), the writer John McPhee observed that, if you stand with your arms outstretched to represent the whole history of the Earth, complex organisms began evolving only at the far wrist, while ‘in a single stroke with a medium-grained nail file you could eradicate human history’.

The traditional view of evolution suggests that our cellular complexity evolved from early eukaryotes via random genetic mutation and selection. But in 2005 the biologist James Shapiro at the University of Chicago outlined a radical new narrative. He argued that eukaryotic cells work ‘intelligently’ to adapt a host organism to its environment by manipulating their own DNA in response to environmental stimuli. Recent microbiological findings lend weight to this idea. For example, mammals’ immune systems have the tendency to duplicate sequences of DNA in order to generate effective antibodies to attack disease, and we now know that at least 43 per cent of the human genome is made up of DNA that can be moved from one location to another, through a process of natural ‘genetic engineering’.

Now, it’s a bit of a leap to go from smart, self-organising cells to the brainy sort of intelligence that concerns us here. But the point is that long before we were conscious, thinking beings, our cells were reading data from the environment and working together to mould us into robust, self-sustaining agents. What we take as intelligence, then, is not simply about using symbols to represent the world as it objectively is. Rather, we only have the world as it is revealed to us, which is rooted in our evolved, embodied needs as an organism.


Science has given us that rather mechanistic depiction of what we are. It’s a model that has taken tremendous research by dedicated individuals to arrive at. But it tells us absolutely nothing about what it is like to experience being one of these strange entities, nor how we should best manage the experience as we confront it.

And who knows what mysterious influences there may be, as yet undiscovered, which bend the behaviour of this entity in various ways.


In every animal, these natural (endogenous) cannabinoids play multiple roles, affecting mood, appetite, memory, consciousness, pain response, blood pressure, and more.

The cannabinoids from marijuana tap into that same system, which is why the plant has such wide-ranging effects.

We’re pretty far from fully understanding how that system works and even further from understanding all the compounds in marijuana.


I believe that part of the ‘manly duty’, so to speak, of providing for the women and children, is to establish stability, in so far as that is possible. I think that human populations have adapted to local conditions, and should remain in the areas for which they are optimised. There are numerous examples of how we have genetically adapted to dwell and survive in particular places.

Biologists at the University of Liverpool have discovered how the plagues of the Middle Ages have made around 10% of Europeans resistant to HIV.


Mitochondrial DNA allows tracing of maternal ancestry, and the results show that modern Aboriginal Australians are the descendants of a single founding population that arrived in Australia 50,000 years ago, while Australia was still connected to New Guinea. Populations then spread rapidly – within 1500-2000 years – around the east and west coasts of Australia, meeting somewhere in South Australia.

“Amazingly, it seems that from around this time the basic population patterns have persisted for the next 50,000 years -showing that communities have remained in discrete geographical regions,”


“We found that the Neandertals from Spy Cave consumed woolly rhinoceros and European wild sheep, supplemented with wild mushrooms,” says Professor Alan Cooper, Director of ACAD. “Those from El Sidrón Cave on the other hand showed no evidence for meat consumption, but appeared instead to have a largely vegetarian diet, comprising pine nuts, moss, mushrooms and tree bark – showing quite different lifestyles between the two groups.”


Uttermost parts and humbuggery

In his wonderfully evocative and informative autobiography, Lucas Bridges, son of a missionary turned sheep farmer, tells us how he grew up playing with Indian children around 1900 on Isla Grande, one of many islands, peninsulas, and waterways that make up Tierra del Fuego. He learnt at least one of the native languages, and by the time he was an adult he was tempted to learn the ways of the sorcerer, ways which were, in essence, very puzzling because the fear of magic coexisted with disbelief in the magicians. Note that magic, in the form of killing by means of sorcery, was common.


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554 Responses to Abuse and Sex Slavery, The Colour of the Mountains, Uttermost parts and humbuggery

  1. ulvfugl says:

  2. ulvfugl says:

    …and it turned out they didn’t have any objections to my being involved without them! So that is how I joined the Society for Creative Anachronism a few months shy of my 14th birthday. This year, I have now spent 2/3 of my life as a member.


  3. marty says:

    Interesting that you should mention Crowley. I was just watching Pasio’s De-Mystifing the Occult. He has a different interpretation of the term “wilt” from the phrase ‘Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law’. I think basically wilt based on a moral code is what he’s getting at. I don’t know much about Crowley, but Pasio certainly has caught my attention. This series is very engaging. He’s intense.

  4. ulvfugl says:

    “I think there’s a history of deceit and a history of keeping us in the dark,” Connelly said. “DWR has been very careful not to let the locals know what actually what was going on it. … Why be secretive about it?”

    Advocates expressed similar frustrations.

    “You can’t see what hell they’re doing,” said Ron Stork of the Sacramento environmental group Friends of the River. “They really do need to find a way to keep us informed. This is unacceptable.”

    The consultants’ first report revealed that Oroville’s spillway was so riddled with design flaws and so badly damaged that the panel concluded it will be almost impossible to repair the structure completely before the next rainy season begins in November.

    Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/news/state/california/water-and-drought/article141963119.html#storylink=cpy

  5. ulvfugl says:

    Thanks marty.

    I’ve listened to the first few minutes there.

    If you want to align your personal will with that of the Universe and natural law, then you could opt for Taoism, which would have a similar aim, but rather than just being one rich cranky English guy, has it’s roots in palaeolithic shamanism many thousands of years ago, so it’s the fruit of millions of contributed lifetimes. They’ve ironed out all the wrinkles. If you like Crowley style magic, the religious branch has loads of that, and if you don’t like that, the philosophical branch is more intellectual and abstract. Imo, it’s vastly more profound and superior to Thelema.


    But there is by now a steady stream of Saudi and U.S. propaganda that makes such claims. These claims sound awfully similar to the claims made before the war on Iraq of (non-existing) Iraqi weapons of mass destruction. To find such again on page one of the Sunday edition of a major newspaper is more than disturbing.

    Posted by b at 10:40 AM | Comments (0)


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    “In experiments, people who were watching these screens … their ability to concentrate would fall off in about 20 minutes,” Szymanski said. “But they did studies whereby a little bit of electrical stimulation was applied, and they were able to maintain the same peak performance for 20 hours.”


  8. ulvfugl says:

    Never. The hallucinogens produce visionary states, sort of, but morphine and its derivatives decrease awareness of inner processes, thoughts, and feelings. They are painkillers, pure and simple. They are absolutely contraindicated for creative work, and I include in the lot alcohol, morphine, barbiturates, tranquilizers—the whole spectrum of sedative drugs. As for visions and heroin, I had a hallucinatory period at the very beginning of addiction, for instance, a sense of moving at high speed through space. But as soon as addiction was established, I had no visions—vision—at all and very few dreams.
    Why did you stop taking drugs?


  9. ulvfugl says:

    After the mid-1970s disclosures from the Rockefeller Commission about how much academic research into LSD had been funded or monitored by the CIA, some leading figures from the 1960s counterculture began reassessing what role the CIA may have played in the formation of their movement. The first major public statements in the 1970s by countercultural figures to speculate on the relationship between the CIA and LSD occurred at an October 1977 conference at the University of California, Santa Cruz titled LSD: A Generation Later. Allen Ginsberg, who compared the conference to an acidhead “class reunion,” said, “Am I, Allen Ginsberg, the product of one of the CIA’s lamentable, ill-advised, or triumphantly successful experiments in mind control? Had they by conscious plan or inadvertent Pandora’s Box, let loose the whole LSD fad on the U.S. & the World?”

    LSD guru Tim Leary, who was also at the conference, addressed questions about the LSD/CIA issue with much more mischievious intent. Leary said, “The LSD movement was started by CIA. I wouldn’t be here now without the foresight of the CIA scientists. It was no accident. It was all planned and scripted by Central Intelligence, and I’m all in favor of Central Intelligence.” Leary already had a history of making outrageously unbelievable claims in the media about LSD (e.g., he claimed in his Playboy Interview that LSD could give a woman a thousand orgasms and that it could cure homosexuality), which suggests this claim about the CIA may have been just as full of hot air. On the other hand, before Leary became a proponent of LSD, he was a psychologist who specialized in personality testing, including inventing a personality test that was used by the CIA.


  10. ulvfugl says:

    … This gene-culture co-evolution began when humans had already spread over the whole world, from the equator to the arctic. So it followed trajectories that differed from one geographic population to another. Even when these populations had to adapt to similar ways of life, they may have done so differently, thus opening up (or closing off) different possibilities for further gene-culture co-evolution. Therefore, on theoretical grounds alone, human populations should differ in the genetic adaptations they have acquired. The differences should generally be small and statistical, being noticeable only when one compares large numbers of individuals. Nonetheless, even small differences, when added up over many individuals and many generations, can greatly influence the way a society grows and develops.


  11. ulvfugl says:

    And how ironic is it that these big old pills of delight should be called “pucks?” There is something indeed very puckish about the furtive antics of gifters sneaking and poking around, ferreting out cubby holes and niches, recesses and alcoves, crannies, hollows, and bays in which to stash the love muffins – always on the lookout and half hoping they will get “busted” which is just another chance to explain to some shop keeper or cop just what it is we are up to and “Yes sir, can I offer you a puck for your cruiser?” Most cops will gladly lighten your load of a few pucks knowing full well what their powerful police radios are doing to their gonads and gray matter. It is shifty puckishness indeed but with the best of intentions. If there is anything at all devious about it it is that soon your fellow human will feel that whatever-that-was-that-was-giving-them-the-itch has drifted away, and we know how some people cherish their ever-abiding misery, but Puck will have none of that.


  12. ulvfugl says:

    These are the faces of some of the criminals behind bars after being sentenced in March


    I read that the average IQ of people in prison is very low, which was interpreted as ‘stupid peopl commit more crimes’. However, that may be a mistaken conclusion. Perhaps higher IQ people commit as many, or more crimes, but are better at evading detection and getting caught and prosecuted. But mostly, when I see these faces which get published, they do look like very pathetic individuals who have not seen much of the better side of life.

  13. ulvfugl says:

    A sword which dates back to the sixth century and the days of King Arthur has been discovered at a Welsh lake.

    The sword was discovered by National Trust rangers whilst working on the footpaths near Llyn Ogwen in Snowdonia.

    After careful cleaning and verification, experts have revealed that the sword dates back around 1,500 years.


  14. marty says:

    Lol, “rich cranky English guy”. Good one.

    Thanks for the heads up.

  15. marty says:

    yeah, why do all of these occultists guys seem so cranky. We’ve got ours to I guess. Mark maybe needs to engage his audience a little better. I know he has loads of information, but who wants to be an initiate in this day and age. time to blast off into higher consciousness

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    Not to say that there isn’t great information in the Occult. It has changed how I view the world.

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    or experience the world rather.

  18. ulvfugl says:

    British multiculturalists are feeding Islamic fundamentalism. Muslims do not need to become the majority in the UK; they just need gradually to Islamize the most important cities. The change is already taking place.
    British personalities keep opening the door to introducing Islamic sharia law. One of the leading British judges, Sir James Munby, said that Christianity no longer influences the courts and these must be multicultural, which means more Islamic. Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, and Chief Justice Lord Phillips, also suggested that the English law should “incorporate” elements of sharia law.


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    hooligan2009 Apr 2, 2017 5:34 PM
    Blame the women for being tolerant of a mysoginistic faith that returns them to bare feet and pregnant in the kitchen – probably with mutilated genitals, not allowed to drive or to leave home without trailing behind a man.

    If women had brains the planet would be a safe place to live in – as it is, women cannot seem to see how they are being exploited by weak, bullying men and prefer to shift strong men into the gutter of political correctness and debt servitude until (if ever) they find Allah.

    Everyone has heard of the Christian Crusades into the Middle East.

    But have you learned about the numerous Islamic military campaigns into Europe that preceded the Crusades? You know, when the Muslims conquered ALL of Spain and then nearly conquered ALL of Gaul (France) before Charles Martel defeated them at the Battle of Tours? Ever read about the atrocities inflicted upon the Europeans during those centuries?

    Research. The schools in America are not allowed to talk about that stuff…

    Because, um, diversity!


  19. ulvfugl says:

    My previous submission re: MARIA MARSHALL ART sponsored by Podestas) I reported this to Manchester Police over a week ago saying it looks like a SNUFF movie to me. But then I hadn’t slowed it down that much to notice the BULLET.
    WHAT DO I DO WITH THIS NOW??? (Police have not bothered to reply to me)


    4chan on the incoming normalization of pedophilia


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    Sen. Charles Grassley, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, has sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey demanding the story behind the FBI’s reported plan to pay the author of a lurid and unsubstantiated dossier on candidate Donald Trump. In particular, Grassley appears to be zeroing in on the FBI’s deputy director, Andrew McCabe, indicating Senate investigators want to learn more about McCabe’s role in a key aspect of the Trump-Russia affair.

    Grassley began his investigation after the Washington Post reported on February 28 that the FBI, “a few weeks before the election,” agreed to pay former British spy Christopher Steele to investigate Trump. Prior to that, supporters of the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign had paid Steele to gather intelligence on Clinton’s Republican rival. In the end, the FBI did not pay Steele, the Post reported, after the dossier “became the subject of news stories, congressional inquiries and presidential denials.” It is not clear whether Steele worked under agreement with the FBI for any period of time before the payment deal fell through.

    “The idea that the FBI and associates of the Clinton campaign would pay Mr. Steele to investigate the Republican nominee for president in the run-up to the election raises further questions about the FBI’s independence from politics, as well as the Obama administration’s use of law enforcement and intelligence agencies for political ends,” Grassley wrote in a letter to Comey dated March 28.

    Grassley demanded the FBI turn over all its records relating to Steele and the dossier, in addition to “all FBI policies, procedures, and guidelines applicable when the FBI seeks to fund an investigator associated with a political opposition research firm connected to a political candidate, or with any outside entity.”

    But the most noteworthy thing about Grassley’s letter is its focus on McCabe. Grassley noted that McCabe is already under investigation by the FBI’s inspector general for playing a top role in the Hillary Clinton email investigation even though McCabe’s wife accepted nearly $700,000 in political donations arranged by a close Clinton friend, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, for her run for state senate in Virginia.

    “While Mr. McCabe recused himself from public corruption cases in Virginia…he failed to recuse himself from the Clinton email investigation,” Grassley wrote, “despite the appearance of a conflict created by his wife’s campaign accepting $700,000 from a close Clinton associate during the investigation.”

    Now, Grassley wrote, there could be a problem with McCabe’s participation in the Trump-Russia probe. If McCabe had a conflict being too close to Clinton, how could he then investigate Trump? A key passage from Grassley’s letter:

    Mr. McCabe’s appearance of a partisan conflict of interest relating to Clinton associates only magnifies the importance of those questions. That is particularly true if Mr. McCabe was involved in approving or establishing the FBI’s reported arrangement with Mr. Steele, or if Mr. McCabe vouched for or otherwise relied on the politically-funded dossier in the course of the investigation. Simply put, the American people should know if the FBI’s second-in-command relied on Democrat-funded opposition research to justify an investigation of the Republican presidential campaign.

    Grassley followed with a dozen questions, all targeted at McCabe. Has McCabe been involved “in any capacity” in investigating alleged collusion between TrumpWorld and Russia? Has McCabe been involved in surveillance or intercepts of any sort in the case? Has McCabe “made any representations to prosecutors or judges” regarding the Steele dossier? Has McCabe had any interactions with Steele himself? Did McCabe brief anyone in the Obama administration on the Trump-Russia investigation? Was McCabe ever authorized by the FBI to speak to the media about the case? Did he ever do so without authorization? Has anyone in the FBI raised questions about McCabe’s possible Clinton-Trump conflict of interest? Has any complaint been filed about it? Has anyone at the FBI recommended or requested that McCabe recuse himself from the Russia-Trump investigation?


  22. ulvfugl says:

    And so, despite the FBI admitting on several occasions that there does not appear to be any evidence of collusion between Trump and Russia, the media circuit continues to be wrapped tighly around this narrative which serves as the true public distraction, and as a strawman foil to accuse anyone who is, or voted against Hillary Clinton/the establishment – now including supporters of Bernie Sanders – of being “influenced” by Putin, in what has become the biggest US witch hunt since Joe McCarthy.


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    Jem777 3 points (+3|-0) 1.3 hours ago (edited 27 minutes ago)
    Exactly. If confused remember John Podesta’s hands with the #14 & the fish. This represents Egyptian Mythology of Osiris & Isis. Also HRC & Podesta emails on Thelma the religion created by Aleister Crowley “the beast” as part of “sex majick” yes Obama is pictured wearing an Aleister Crowley shirt.

    This is all part of the House of Rothschild Crowley was a British intelligence officer as well and a part of the inner circle of the SS



    I read somewhere, the Obama Crowley T shirt is a photoshop fake.

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    Regarding the subject of “no-go-zones,” this is largely a question of semantics. If you say that there are some areas where even the police are afraid to go, where the country’s normal, secular laws barely apply, then it is indisputable that such areas now exist in several Western European countries. France is one of the hardest hit: it has a large population of Arab and African immigrants, including millions of Muslims.

    I have been writing about the problems in Sweden and the rest of Europe for many years. The problems are unfortunately all too real. Here are a few facts:


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    Reddit created a canvas that anyone can draw on, all at the same time. Any individual can only change one pixel at a time every five minutes, so collectives have formed to create images. It’s called Reddit Place.

  31. marty says:

    Watts has some good stories about or around Taoism. At the 25 min. Mark is the story of Lietsa and the master. 🙂

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    Prem said…
    The March for Women in DC was led by a woman called Linda Sarsour who extols the virtues of shariah law and the treatment of women in Saudi Arabia. She is lionised in the likes of Slate and the Huffington Post.

    The love-in between feminists and Wahabism is very strange phenomenon. I can see why Israelis might have a tactical alliance, but what on earth do these people hope to gain?

    Reply 02 April 2017 at 10:03 PM


    Very good question.

  34. ulvfugl says:

    Update: Details are coming in of a second explosion at the “Sennaya Ploschad [square]” with at least 10 people were injured.

    * * *

    As we detailed earlier, reports are coming of an explosion at the Teknologicheskiy Institut metro station in St.Petersburg, Russia that has left several injured…

    The metro management said they received reports of an explosion inside the car, possibly of an improvised explosive device.



    Two explosions struck at St. Petersburg Metro stations – Sennaya Square and the Institute of Technology
    At least 10 dead
    At least 50 injured
    Device was an IED with shrapnel
    Putin considering possible terrorist links.
    * * *

    Update 3: The Mail is reporting at least 50 injured including children. Bloomberg reports the device was an IED with shrapnel.

    Russian president Vladimir Putin says authorities are considering all possible causes of St Petersburg metro explosion including terrorism.

  35. ulvfugl says:

    On a Facebook event page, Britain First said “all patriots welcome to attend”, while the EDL said on an event page: “After the vile terrorist attack on parliment we will stand together and show we will not now, not ever bow down and fear terrorists and terrorism. Join us to show our strength.”

    The event took place just over a week after Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood’s murderous rampage left four people dead.


  36. ulvfugl says:

    The speculation over the identity of the leaker and the Obama deep state operative who ordered the unmasking of the names of Trump team members and possibly the associated spying is heating up. Yesterday there was a report by Bill Still that it was Muslim black supremacist and former DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson. Today comes a report by Mike Cernovich that it is Susan Rice. Both of them cannot be right, meaning the sources of one were more accurate than the other. Whether or not Still and his unnamed source were correct on this particular aspect of the Johnson crimes against the United States, he laid out a great case for locking him up and throwing away the key in general in addition to the potential unmasking and espionage crimes.


    Cernovich noted that Maggie Haberman, a reporter for the New York Times, had this story for at least 48 hours, but chose not to report it because it would further expose their corrupt political messiah, Hussein Obama, for the criminal anti-American that he is. It’s not a secret that Obama has done a very good job of keeping hidden from the people; anyone who has been paying attention since 2008 should have it figured out and most are wondering why he isn’t in prison.

    Hopefully that loose end is in the process now of being tied up.

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin commented that “The causes of this event have not been determined yet, so it’s too early to talk about [possible causes]. The investigation will show. Certainly, we will consider all possibilities: common, criminal, but first of all of a terrorist nature.”


    1.21 jigawatts Apr 3, 2017 4:01 PM
    Man, those guys are STILL pissed about The Crusades.

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    are we there yet 1.21 jigawatts Apr 3, 2017 4:58 PM
    What really bothers islamists is that their entire culture is irrelevant to the modern world and evolving technology.

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    shortonoil Apr 3, 2017 3:58 PM

    Why must Assad go? That’s obvious; he doesn’t work for the CIA

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    BitchesBetterRe… Apr 3, 2017 3:56 PM
    ….. and yet no ISIS claiming responsability of the attack up to this moment? How is that possible?

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    IndyPat BitchesBetterRecognize Apr 3, 2017 4:00 PM
    Cause it was Uke Nationalist Porkie Nazis.

    Walked right the fuck over…humping a few satchel charges from ol’ Uncle McStain.

    LoveTruth Apr 3, 2017 3:02 PM
    Quran calls for violence in 164 verses.


    Why quran calls for violence in over 160 verses? The answer is to promote the agenda of its warmonger Muhamad. Also why in the world Muhammad at 54 had to marry the 9 year old Aisha? How come he didn’t marry a mature woman? The answer is, he was a pedophile and a rapist.

    Jesus Christ never called for violence. Jesus’ commandment was “Love one another.”

    I think quran is not from God.

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    LoveTruth Apr 3, 2017 2:49 PM
    It baffles me, how Muslims are trying to force on us the belief that Muhammad is a prophet. Mohammad broke almost all of the 10 commandments. He married a 9 year old girl, he married his step sons wife, he ordered the assassination of a poet who was writing poems against him, he conducted wars for over 10 years killing many people. He was selling captives for money. Such a person is definitely not a prophet! He is a rapist, a pedophile, a murderer and a war criminal! But muslims still consider him “The perfect man”! It is a shame in the 21st century for so many people to even think he was a good man, let alone a “prophet”.

    The religion from God teaches that all people are brothers and sisters, anything else is Islam or a version of it.

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    YHWH is greater TheLastTrump Apr 3, 2017 3:58 PM
    Those everything is a false flag trolls are activists defending islam, period.
    Just because CIA lies doesn’t mean those mudslimes goatfuckers are telling the truth.
    Fuck islam and mohamerde !

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    Bopper09 TheLastTrump Apr 3, 2017 3:01 PM
    9 out of 10 times it is a false flag. The deep state wants war with Russia, and it wouldn’t surprise me if the CIA hired a goon through the Saudi’s to pull this one off. But, there is a small chance this wasn’t planned, and it was just a pissed off muzzy. But that’s what it is, a small chance.

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    thecondor Apr 3, 2017 1:57 PM
    I would suggest the white race to pick up the baby making process or be out birthed by these islamo scum. Otherwise we will be fighting them in or streets. Well, we may be doing that eventually anyways. But still, if you want to survive, you have to pass on your genes.

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    SmedleyButlersGhost thecondor Apr 3, 2017 2:46 PM
    I’ll work that sales pitch at the end of the week and report back.

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    IndyPat SmedleyButlersGhost Apr 3, 2017 3:56 PM
    Awesome, right?

    “Come on, baby! Gimme some sugar! It’s for the survival of the west, for shitsake!”

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    SmedleyButlersGhost IndyPat Apr 3, 2017 5:06 PM
    Ride like the western world depends on it!!

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    ebear AKKadian Apr 3, 2017 2:51 PM
    “Time for Putin to do an EO, banning immigration from a few choice countries.”

    as of 2015:


    Some background:


    Incidentally, anyone looking to get away from the madness and work the land should look into Russia’s Homestead act:


    So far, mostly Ukrainians and Belarussians have taken up the offer, but it’s open to anyone who wants to give it a try.

    It’s a hard life, but it does have it’s benefits:

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    sheikurbootie williambanzai7 Apr 3, 2017 1:42 PM
    This is the truth. I was in London recently, what the fuck happened to the UK? It’s like everyone from the muslim world moved to the UK. I stay at 5 star hotel near Hyde Park. One entire floor of the hotel was rented LONG TERM by a muslim family. Bugatti’s and Lambo’s parked in the valet. Unreal.

    England has turned to shit.

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    MEFOBILLS Ignatius Apr 3, 2017 2:04 PM
    Surprise, surprise, the sheep are being led to hate exactly according to script.

    Wake up, people.


    Why don’t you wake up. Until Islam gets rid of Abrogation, its Imam’s can direct populations using their “law.” If you actually examine post Medina doctrine, you will “get it” and no longer be asleep.

    Islam is being used as a Golem for the West – that is true. And, yes, it is being used to create fear in the west. TWO THINGS CAN BE TRUE AT THE SAME TIME. I shouted that in caps on purpose.

    Islam is both a victim and a victimizer. The psychopaths in the West who think they can use radical Islam as a golem and takfiri army, are playing with fire. The liberals in the west who think that Islam is just an innocent victim of agression, have head up in ass syndrome, and have not studied Islam sufficiently to understand the danger.

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    Ignatius MEFOBILLS Apr 3, 2017 2:13 PM
    These clowns have as much to do with Islam as the Westborough Baptist Church has to do with Christianity.

    Litmus test: Who’s responsible for 9/11-Anthrax?

    Get that one wrong, and you’re just wrong about what’s happening and why.

    nonclaim Ignatius Apr 3, 2017 2:48 PM
    WBC are denounced as trolls to a point that even you know it.

    But “these clowns”… have you seem Imams fatwaing these clowns for murdering anyone not of their own kind?

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    MEFOBILLS nonclaim Apr 3, 2017 3:01 PM
    That’s right. Silence from the Imam’s. Their silence is deafening.

    This narrative that it is only the “West” that is bad has to be flushed down the shitter. Most everybody knows that 9-11 was an inside job, to then start war in the middle east.

    Move beyond this 9-11 narrative, and take a hard look at Islam. It is not pretty. Abrogation as a concept is especially key to understanding This concept allows the Imam to pick and choose, giving him an enormous amount of authority. Couple that with sharia law, and you have the makings of the destruction of high civilization.

    I reject both choices: A jewish capitalist or bolshevik boot on my neck, or an Islamic Sharia boot on my neck (while also impregnating my daughter.) Both of them can kiss my ass.

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    Ignatius MEFOBILLS Apr 3, 2017 3:12 PM
    You’ve admitted that this whole ‘clash of civilizations’ has been manufactured. Millions of Muslims are dead and displaced.

    You seem to be certain that you know what happened in St. Petersburg. I’m not sure, we only have “reports.” There are independent investigaters that scour the news and look for anomolies, such as:

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    MEFOBILLS Ignatius Apr 3, 2017 3:20 PM
    Yes, millions of Muslims are dead and displaced. Yes, the Western World has been parasitized.

    Yes, the parasite is directing the former Christian west to it’s destruction. Yes, the parasite is using Islam as a Golem.

    Yes, there is a problem with Chechnian’s and Islam within Russian Federation. Yes, the problem with Islam predates the St. Petersburg issue.

    Yes, it is quite possible that Western Parasites have exploited this rift in Russia to destabilize their civilization. Yes, it is also possible it is a returning Takfiri from Syria.

    You get confused with an us v them narrative. That is two dimensional thinking. Two things can be true at the same time.

    Russia is trying to recapitulate a holy Russian empire, based on law and civilized behavior. Other forces in the world, don’t want that to happen.

    Ignatius MEFOBILLS Apr 3, 2017 3:40 PM
    I have no problem with going beyond 2-dimensional thinking, I just refuse to jump on the bandwagon of hating Islam. If Russia’s intent is to re-invigorate their Christian traditions I have no problem with that either. We get reports, we think we know what happened, yet the reality could as likely be 180 deg different from what we’ve been told, as has been the recent track record.

    Things that seem self evident often aren’t.

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    MEFOBILLS Ignatius Apr 3, 2017 3:54 PM
    Then drill into Islam, figure it out.

    Bahai got rid of all the psychopathy, and abrogation concepts. I am fond of Bahai – does that make me an Islamist?

    Suffi Islam is fairly pacific. They ignore the more psychopathic passages.

    Once you actually do some research, you won’t be pleased. And remember, Islam is a totality of three books: Koran, Hadiths, and Surahs.

    To study the Koran properly, be sure and divide it chronologically. That then makes Islam four books. As a matter of deception, the Koran is purposefully not put in chronological order, hence Abrogation is used secretly by Imams. They can invoke whatever passage they want to get a specific output.

    Your moral outrage against the West is understandable. But, your lack of moral outrage against the terror Islam has visited in the past, and what it promises to do in future, means either you lack understanding or choose to ignore provable facts.

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    Ignatius MEFOBILLS Apr 3, 2017 4:53 PM
    And you should check out former congressman, Siljander, and his story.

    And we could discuss idiocy in the old testament, or the Talmud. People believe all kinds of stupid shit, and if that’s the criteria for bombimg then I think the bombing will go on for a long time, unfortunately.

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    Ignatius nonclaim Apr 3, 2017 3:48 PM
    ?? The towers and WTC 7 were destroyed by controlled demolition, and the anthrax came from US stock aimed at the two Senators holding up quick adoption of the Patriot Act.

    I suggest you might look deeper into these events, the evidence is everywhere.

    MEFOBILLS trumpala Apr 3, 2017 1:56 PM
    Trumpala, your linked analysis of why Russia is in Syria is nonsense.

    Putin came into power after the Beslan massacres. The Chechen’s were being influenced by Saudi money, and converting to Wahabbi Takfiri methods. The Russian military chased the Chechen’s all the way to the “out-house.” That means they were killing Chechens wherever they found them, including bombing them while in their outhouses.

    One of the main reasons Putin was selected then elected was because of his performance in quelling the Chechnians.

    Chechnia is now under control of strongman Ramzan Kadyrov, who has even offered to create a Prateorian Guard for Putin.

    Russian leadership is worried about “takfiri” behavior returning to Russia – especially to Chechnia or other Muslim provinces- to then cause instability. Killing Takfiris in Syria, rather than having them return home has been a goal.

    Putin continuously asks the west for help in thwarting radical islam. Why? First of all the west is funding and promoting Takfiris via the petrodollar curse. Also, the CIA, MI6 and the like are now convinced they can use a mercenary force paid with recycled petrodollars, to then get their way. Their way has many authors, including Israeli who wants Oded Yinon, Turks who dream of a new Caliphate, U.S. MIC working in alliance with Aipac, and of course the Gulf Monarchies who want to expand Wahabbi Islam by making sure there are markets for their oil and gas (Qatar and Saudi primarily).

    Iran and Russia stand against this Takfiri/mercenary Isis creation.

    China will be involved in future because of their problems with Turk Uyghurs. It is a civilizational war.

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    Ghost of PartysOver NoDebt Apr 3, 2017 1:47 PM
    Time for Trump to float the case of working with Russia to stop the Muzzies. Two things I still don’t understand. 1) Why the meme of Russia being super evil. (Remember Obama, Clinton and Rice created the Ukrainian coup which Putin responded to) and 2) Why must Assad go. What did he do to the US?

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    Loanman26 Ghost of PartysOver Apr 3, 2017 2:37 PM
    Obamas war for certain. It benefits who if Syria is flattened & Assad is overthrown?

    Look up a feller named Tony Rezko

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    FreedomWriter Loanman26 Apr 3, 2017 4:32 PM
    Tillerson recently announced that the US will do a complete 180 degree policy turnaround on Assad. The Hitlery-Obama obsession with killing evil dictators (even when democratically elected) will be rolled-back for a more grown up foreign policy. Oh the humanity! …. our poor legacy! You can almost hear them scream.

    So who would be unhappy with such a turn of events? Anyone benefiting from the current and past state of affairs, maybe? Who might that be?

    One outcome is nearly certain, a terror attack on Russian soil will steel Russian resolve to clean out the Syrian outhouse bigly. Tillerson has pretty much given the nod, and I doubt the Russkies will be very fussy about the methods used to finish the job. Very predictable.

    What matters now is whether or not the US does stand back and let Putin do his thing or decides to pitch in and help. CNN was all over the airwaves this morning with how much Russia has been criticizing the US airstrikes in Mosul. Of course, stirring up anti-Putin hysteria is a major part of their charter. And now this.

    There are no coincidences in politics. US anger could now turn into grudging sympathy for Russia, or at least a modicum of understanding for what comes next.

    If anyone still doesn’t believe there is a shadow government in the US, this should change their mind. The question now is, which faction of this shadow goverment wins this latest skirmish? Did Trump just give the progressive deep state more rope to hang itself with? Did the O-faction just go full retard? Wait and see. US pols aren’t saying much, that’s for sure.

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    metanoic Ghost of PartysOver Apr 3, 2017 2:06 PM
    1) To prevent the US from working with Russia thereby forcing Russia into partnership with China to form a new superpower alliance so the globalist parasites can dump the US host, leave it for dead and move on to their shiny new investments in Asia. The global financial game with the US as the sole central power is up.



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    hound dog vigilante Ghost of PartysOver Apr 3, 2017 1:50 PM

    DT already floated this idea/strategy during the election. Voters seem to agree with DT, while the DC establishment is hellbent on casting RU as arch-enemy… which is insane, of course.

    Nobody is buying the Russia-as-enemy meme. DT can cooperate with RU anytime he wants to… nothing stopping him.

    Sanity Bear hedgeless_horseman Apr 3, 2017 2:05 PM
    “Allah” is actually a moon god borrowed from the pagans. Its history in Mecca long predates Mad Mo’s arrival.

    This is of course very very basic information which any person with the most rudimentary understanding of the history of Islam knows.

    Which begs the question why you don’t already know it.

    Perhaps you are too busy blaming Jews for everything, to open your eyes to what the true nature of the world is.

    Yog Soggoth’s picture
    Yog Soggoth Sanity Bear Apr 3, 2017 4:25 PM
    Rabbinicists or Pharisees. The word jew was invented in 1765 to rebrand the worshippers of Molech otherwise known as the white pretender to the religion. Read dummies
    The Prophet Mohammed, a Jewish pseudo-Messiah

  39. ulvfugl says:

    Once again it appears that Trump was right: the conspiracy theory that a close Obama associate worked to “unmask” the Trump team, resulting in the ongoing media spectacle over “collusion” between Trump and the Kremlin, has been confirmed, first by Mike Cernovich, and now by Bloomberg itself.


    LOL123 Apr 3, 2017 4:39 PM
    Dr. Udo Ulfkette whistleblower on CIA/Mossad/BND agents controling media and reporters in Germany and by extenstion Britian, Australia, UnitedStates and Israel wrote a book titled Gekaufte Journalistan( Bought Jounalists) was a best seller in Germany but ironically Germans were not allowed to write or speak about it ( just like with the immigration issue…. Hitler would be proud).

    He had examples in his book of how CIA agents would write an article and just add his name to it. He also exposed how they were “un- offical spys for them in foreign countries and if caught they were on their own.

    Quote from back in 2014-

    “Most journalists from respected and big media organizations are closely connected to the German Marshall fund, the Atlantic-Brucke or other so called TRANSATLANTIC organizations…once your connected, you make friends with selected Americans. …They work on your ego, make you feel like you are important and as friends they ask you for favors… Will you do this favor for me. By and By you get completely brainwashed.”The German and American Media tries to bring war to the people in Europe to bring wat to Russia… I am very sorry (as an editor) the role I played in deceiving the people.”

    The Frankfurter allgemeine never sued him bacause he had evidence, but he was investigated and his house searched six times as intimidation tactics. He died of heart attack at 56 years.

    Look him up before google erases any information on him or alters it.

    His words are playing out on the american stage as I write.


    Just days after being summoned to appear before Trey Gowdy’s congressional committee to testify about Hillary Clinton’s email server, one of her aides was found dead at home of “natural causes.”

    John Wilson McGill, 34, was pronounced dead on his couch by a private doctor after suffering an apparent heart attack. A spokesman for Clinton’s former campaign said that Huma Abedin, Clinton’s deputy campaign coordinator, found McGill when she stopped by for coffee.

    Abedin told police in a statement that McGill suffered from an abnormal heart arhythmia and that his doctor had always said a sudden and massive cardiac event was a possibility. She also told her publicist to make sure that the whole world didn’t knew that he was planning to cooperate with the congressional panel.

    Trey Gowdy’s office had no official statement but his top aide, said that the committee isn’t happy with the circumstances of McGill’s death or the fact that private doctor was summoned to pronounce. Abedin says she called the private doctor because she hoped he could save her friend.

    There will be no autopsy on the body, which will be cremated in accordance with his religion. McGill is the single son of deceased parents and has no family. No services are planned.

    Does this whole thing seem a little bit odd to anyone else? It feels oddly like we’ve seen things like this happen before to people who could possibly incriminate Hillary Clinton. Unfortunately, as the doctor who pronounced has an impeccable record, the findings will be accepted and entered into public record.

    Looks like she got away with another one.


  40. ulvfugl says:

    Mike broke the story about Susan Rice a day before mainstream media got it. He proves he does have access to intel. In this Periscope, he says he knows that the pedophile rings across the globe are all connected, and that the Saudis are buying kids from Haiti. He insinuates that the whole thing will be exposed according to a well thought out schedule; there is a reason it hasn’t been released yet. He says he has the whole story, and has given it to a couple of people as a “dead man switch”.

    He doesn’t go into much more detail, but this is good news for us. It hasn’t been swept under the rug.

    After breaking the “Rice scoop”, you’ve got to give his claims some consideration.

    Edit: (30 minutes later) 2 day old account tries to discredit Cernovich

    I guess time will tell, but it’s funny to watch Brock’s bots scramble in the meantime 😉


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    Reminder, from three years ago.

    One of the many pressing stories that remains to be told from the Snowden archive is how western intelligence agencies are attempting to manipulate and control online discourse with extreme tactics of deception and reputation-destruction. It’s time to tell a chunk of that story, complete with the relevant documents.

    Over the last several weeks, I worked with NBC News to publish a series of articles about “dirty trick” tactics used by GCHQ’s previously secret unit, JTRIG (Joint Threat Research Intelligence Group). These were based on four classified GCHQ documents presented to the NSA and the other three partners in the English-speaking “Five Eyes” alliance. Today, we at the Intercept are publishing another new JTRIG document, in full, entitled “The Art of Deception: Training for Online Covert Operations.”

    By publishing these stories one by one, our NBC reporting highlighted some of the key, discrete revelations: the monitoring of YouTube and Blogger, the targeting of Anonymous with the very same DDoS attacks they accuse “hacktivists” of using, the use of “honey traps” (luring people into compromising situations using sex) and destructive viruses. But, here, I want to focus and elaborate on the overarching point revealed by all of these documents: namely, that these agencies are attempting to control, infiltrate, manipulate, and warp online discourse, and in doing so, are compromising the integrity of the internet itself.


    … these surveillance agencies have vested themselves with the power to deliberately ruin people’s reputations and disrupt their online political activity even though they’ve been charged with no crimes, and even though their actions have no conceivable connection to terrorism or even national security threats.

    George Webb explained what they do to Targetted Individuals, and did to Michael Ruppert. Webb knows because he was personally involved in that stuff, he calls it ‘Slow Death’. Rather than killing people outright, for which they might get caught, they pay various operatives to ruin the person’s life, so they lose their job, marriage breaks up, lose their house, etc, and end up paranoid, broken and suicidal, because the causes and events don’t make sense in normal reality, the conspiracy is concealed but real.

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    Cynthia McKinney reveals all about human trafficking
    One of the most trustworthy voices I know Cynthia was a good friend of Mike Ruppert.


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    But, as it turns out, Cernovich didn’t need a ‘deep throat’ within the NSA or CIA for his blockbuster scoop, all he needed was some well-placed sources inside of a couple of America’s corrupt mainstream media outlets. As Cernovich explains below, his sources for the Susan Rice story were actually folks working at Bloomberg and the New York Times who revealed that both Eli Lake (Bloomberg) and Maggie Haberman (NYT) were sitting on the Susan Rice story in order to protect the Obama administration.


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    derram 1 points (+1|-0) 1.8 hours ago
    https://tweetsave.com/rambobiggs/status/849039768122007552 :

    Joe Biggs on Twitter: “Will be reporting soon and exposing a person of high power for Pedophilia. This person is voted into his position”
    This has been an automated message.PNG

    [–] pby1000 0 points (+0|-0) 34 minutes ago
    They will go after Abby now! Oh, the poor girl!

    [–] Crimeofcentury [S] 0 points (+0|-0) 30 minutes ago
    Lol omg,



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    Well, the US media doesn’t want to talk about terror attacks because this month’s propaganda story is, Muslim terrorists don’t really exist and 9/11 didn’t happen and who dares stop foreign Muslims from crossing borders illegally? How dare they!

    Well, here we are: everything is insane. The bombs were more than one, it happened in the tunnel and when the train came into the station, another bomb blew up at the door in the middle as people tried to get out and the majority of deaths were from that second bomb.

    The EU refused to turn off the lights in solidarity with Russian victims. The Real Rulers hate Russia because they need a common enemy so their populations don’t revolt against the Bilderberg gang. This is why the attitude, aside from Trump, was surly nastiness when Russia was attacked by terrorists. How childish.


  54. ulvfugl says:

    Following up on today’s news out of St Petersburg, Russia.. Breaking from Russia: St Petersburg Metro Blast

    Anyone who is going to engage in these types of attacks has to know that CCTV camera is going to pick up your image at some point in time.

    Two suspects are being tracked down- This is the first image made public of one of the suspects.


    I gather that an individual whose photo was posted surrendered to St Petersburg police and has been declared by them to be uninvolved with the bombing.

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    At the new site, along the Kimberley shoreline in a remote region of Western Australia, palaeontologists discovered a rich collection of dinosaur footprints in the sandstone rock, many of which are only visible at low tide. The prints, belonging to about 21 different types of dinosaur, are also thought to be the most diverse collection of prints in the world.

    Steve Salisbury, a vertebrate palaeontologist at the University of Queensland told ABC News: “We’ve got several tracks up in that area that are about 1.7 metres long. So most people would be able to fit inside tracks that big, and they indicate animals that are probably around 5.3 to 5.5 metres at the hip, which is enormous.”


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    Louise Mensch is so predictable. Makes her madness boring.

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    After the previous, I was expecting something to come up through the grid, grab her by the throat and pull her down into the well. I suppose, thankfully, they must have stopped filming just before it happened.

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    [Sidebar: you will notice that I did place the roots of the modern western civilization in the Middle-Ages, not in antiquity. The reason for this is the fact that when the Franks finally conquered the western Roman Empire they destroyed it to such a degree that the era following the collapse of the western Roman Empire is called the “Dark Ages” (Russia, by the way, never went through this millennium of darkness and, hence, she never had any need for any “renaissance” or “re-birth”). Contrary to the official historical narrative, the current western civilization has never had any roots in the Roman Empire, and even less so, Greek antiquity. The true founders of the “western world” were, in so many ways, the Franks]


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    The statement comes as the death toll continues to rise. Earlier on Tuesday, Russian Health Minister Veronika Skvortsova said three more blast victims had succumbed to their injuries, increasing the number of fatalities from eleven to fourteen.

    Earlier, Kyrgyzstan’s State Committee for National Security (GKNB) said that “a person of Kyrgyz origin, [who] is now a Russian citizen, is the possible perpetrator of the attack.” According to Sputnik, the same man had left a bag with an explosive device on the Ploschad Vosstaniya subway station. It was neutralized by specialists

    Dzhalilov’s motives remain unclear and while Islam has not been mentioned yet as a factor behind the terrorist attack, the suspect was born in a hotspot breeding ground for jihad the Washington Times notes. “Regarding the link with Islamic radicalism, we have to wait to know more until the investigation yields its full results,” said Erlan Abyldaev, the foreign minister, at a joint press conference with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.

    State security officials said Dzhalilov hailed from Osh, a volatile region of Kyrgyzstan known for ethnic conflicts and home-grown jihadi plots. As The Washington Post reported: “The city is located in the Ferghana Valley, an area shared by three former Soviet republics that is known as a breeding ground for extremism in Central Asia.”


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    1. The anti-Russian mania and the Putin derangement syndrome in the U.S. and other “western” countries has left the realm of reasonability. It is of no use to argue over it. What is the endgame of the people who plant and propagate this nonsense?

    2. Al-Qaeda in Syria and its subordinate “moderate rebels” are being defeated in their last big attack on Hama governate. The Russian defense ministry said that more than 2,000 Jihadis had been killed during the failed attack. Another attack on Latakia was stopped cold by massive Russian air strikes on the staging areas. Al-Qaeda’s back yard in Idleb is under constant air interdiction.

    The usual response when under such pressure are incidents of “chemical attacks” “on civilians”. Such is claimed today in Khan Sheikhoun. The video footage, taken (when?) in a White Helmets base, shows “rescuers” spraying water on people who are claimed to have been effected by Sarin. If this were a real chemical incident involving Sarin or similar stuff these unprotected, unprofessional “rescuers” would be heavily effected if not dead.

    Conveniently this incident also happens just two days before another international conference on Syria. The heavy media attention is likely the starting shot of a new campaign of CIA support for al-Qaeda in Idleb and a second leg of Turkey’s invasion of Syria.

    3. Trump had promised to change or eliminate “Obamacare”. He let the Republican party under Ryan come up with a plan. That plan was crazy, disliked by the people and Trump rejected to take responsibility for it. Ryan was left hanging when the plan died in Congress.

    Trump also promised to eliminate ISIS. He let the U.S. military come up with a plan. That plan is to bomb Mosul and Raqqa to smithereens and to kill everyone ISIS. The Pentagon has no viable plan for the time thereafter. Who will rule (and pay for) the destroyed Raqqa when the campaign is over? Who will have responsibility for the larger consequences? If the Kurds get it, the Arabs will rebel. If the Turks get it, the Kurds will fight them. If some (former ISIS) Arabs get it, Syria, Russia, Iran and Iraq and the Kurds will fight them and the U.S. military will have to protect them. The Pentagon has no answer to that problem. Trump will let the generals hang just as he let Ryan hang. They will have to take the responsibility. Don’t they smell the trap?


  66. ulvfugl says:

    If anyone expected former National Security Advisor Susan Rice, the same Susan Rice who “stretched the truth” about Benghazi, to admit in her first public appearance after news that she unmasked members of the Trump team to admit she did something wrong, will be disappointed. Instead, moments ago she told MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell that she categorically denied that the Obama administration inappropriately spied on members of the Trump transition team.

    “The allegation is that somehow, Obama administration officials utilized intelligence for political purposes,” Rice told Mitchell. “That’s absolutely false…. My job is to protect the American people and the security of our country. ”

    “There was no such collection or surveillance on Trump Tower or Trump individuals, it is important to understand, directed by the White House or targeted at Trump individuals,” Rice said.


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    2JOHNNYT4 hours ago
    Gas Attack in Syria – are Hillary & Petraeus getting busy again?
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    Valerie Kook
    Valerie Kook3 hours ago
    2JOHNNYT Dead children tell no tales. OMG! RIP
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    BAT GIRL2 hours ago
    2JOHNNYT Trying to get Trump to cross the Red Line
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    Kim Cater
    Kim Cater1 hour ago
    Vanessa Beeley and Eva Bartlett are on facebook if you want to follow them. Vanessa has already commented ont he gas attack.
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    c39c6265726d656e73636857 minutes ago
    I don’t get how even after being exposed the “Syrian Observatory for Human Rights” is still being quoted by the news media, and even the WH’s press secretary Spicer.
    Kaylon Mullins
    Kaylon Mullins4 hours ago
    CW attack in Syria, some reported before it even happened.
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    Aymotin Montesegur
    Aymotin Montesegur5 hours ago
    Who and where reported before it happened and how do you know when it actually happened?
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    Wendy Doster
    Wendy Doster5 hours ago
    Aymotin Montesegur Oh my. Nothing like having advanced knowledge
    Victoria Serbia
    Victoria Serbia4 hours ago
    Kaylon Mullins Who reported?
    Deb savethechildren
    Deb savethechildren4 hours ago
    Kaylon Mullins there was advanced notice on a lot of these attacks
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    Carla Vegas
    Carla Vegas4 hours ago
    Eva Bartlett was reporting in Syria, maybe he’s taking about her? She’s the one that broke the White Helmet story.
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    Kiss Boots
    Kiss Boots4 hours ago
    I thought that they wanted to keep everything a secret.. hmmmm
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    S4 hours ago
    S4 hours ago
    Seems like some think this Dr’s show is a show: https://twitter.com/DrShajulIslam?lang=en
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    Save the Kids and Animals
    Save the Kids and Animals4 hours ago
    I read a news story on CNN about the Turkish diplomat that was shot in the art museum, approx. 12 hrs. before it actually happened. It was taken down later, bc of the the time stamp.
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    Leisa Schmidt
    Leisa Schmidt3 hours ago
    Save the Kids and Animals i had read it was a russian at an art museum or is that 2 separate killings?? there’s so much. i heard matt drudge say something is very off in DC. all this going on and some folks are still screaming trump russia and where’s his tax returns. 
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    Eric Coble
    Eric Coble3 hours ago
    False Flag? In the Hillary inspired gas attack on Syria, John Kerry used a 2003 picture of victims as though it was the 2013 attack. From George’s work, we now know the whole truth on that one. https://notionalvalue.blogspot.com/2013/09/false-flags-and-making-world-safe-for.html?q=syrian+gas
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    Saltamontero2 hours ago
    Spicer has apparently said Assad did it. That’s a really bad sign.
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    Wendy Doster
    Wendy Doster2 hours ago
    Saltamontero Did I ever tell you what
    F. E. A. R stands for?
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    Mich Wenz
    Mich Wenz2 hours ago
    Kaylon Mullins this could be why…http://21stcenturywire.com/2017/04/04/syria-another-chemical-weapon-false-flag-on-the-eve-of-peace-talks-in-brussels/
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    Jackie Moreno
    Jackie Moreno1 hour ago
    False Evidence Appearing Real :-)
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    Wendy Doster
    Wendy Doster1 hour ago
    Jackie Moreno ❤ Finally someone can hear me. Thank you
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    Wendy Doster
    Wendy Doster46 minutes ago
    Who are you? Because I love you 
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    Save the Kids and Animals
    Save the Kids and Animals41 minutes ago
    Leisa Schmidt ….Yes….It was the diplomat at the museum. The one where the assassin in the suit, shot him from behind. I think the shooter was an ex-police officer or something. I thought the diplomat was from Turkey, but it could have been Russia! I agree….there is so much of this crap, it’s hard to keep track. That is probably their goal, to confuse and scare us! 
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    Jackie Moreno
    Jackie Moreno22 minutes ago
    Sending good vibes your way, Wendy. I’m just another lurker. No affiliation to Pakistani intelligence, I might add. :-D
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    Wendy Doster
    Wendy Doster12 minutes ago
    Jackie Moreno GOOD! Today I will weep ❤
    real tears. Thank you, so very much.
    Wendy Doster
    Wendy Doster12 minutes ago
    Jackie Moreno GOOD! Today I will weep ❤
    real tears. Thank you, so very much.
    Wendy Knox
    Wendy Knox4 hours ago
    The other day Steve P called out trump for advancing the failed wars in the Middle East instead of pulling out. That definitely gave me some hope he’s maybe not messing with us. But still they are masters of messing. True patriots are hard to find.
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    Mich Wenz
    Mich Wenz1 hour ago
    Wendy Knox yea he’s a curious one. He wrote the book on psy ops, why would anyone believe him? Besides, he still bows down to Kissinger. I say he’s shifty.
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    Kiss Boots
    Kiss Boots4 hours ago
    it will be interesting to see who will get the contract in rebuilding the i-85 bridge.
    when I looked it up, it brought me to McCabe being in charge of the investigation and some lawyer gunned down yesterday in atlanta ga. area.
    I didn’t know that McCabe’s sister in law threw her kid off a bridge.
    crazy world. crazy times.
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    Blue Bird
    Blue Bird4 hours ago
    Kiss Boots Oh my! That’s horrible!
    drdebo Cherry
    drdebo Cherry4 hours ago
    Hes nuts as well- or at least unethical.
    Leisa Schmidt
    Leisa Schmidt3 hours ago
    Kiss Boots that made me think of diane fiensteins husband getting that crazy contract for the monirail[?] in L.A. and it fell thru but the billions was never returned. like hundreds of billions or something crazy like that. did u ever hear of that?
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    Leisa Schmidt
    Leisa Schmidt3 hours ago
    Kiss Boots omg! i didnt see that. Threw the kid off the bridge. wow. just recently. that was yesterday? oh my word im floored. that poor baby.
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    Blue Bird
    Blue Bird3 hours ago
    Is it verified that this is THE Andrew McCabe? I cant find that. What a horrible tragedy. It happened in 2014.
    Leisa Schmidt
    Leisa Schmidt3 hours ago
    Blue Bird i keep seeing that McCabe as been outed as compromised and involved in withe the DirtyRice spying and stuff. if true…I’m hopung theyre finally being outed…showing george knows his stuff..he’s been saying mccabe since back in the 50s when i found this awesome place. im tripping about the russian terror attack and now syrian gas attack…sarin gas from hrc??? omg…mccain going to syria recently…syria and russia fighting against the rebels(isis-us) ugh. what is going on. am i off…please tell me theyre not trying to make a false reason to go to war against assad all out or what??
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    BAT GIRL2 hours ago
    Leisa Schmidt –
    only off on the Sarin Gas part…it was Chlorine Gas
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    Leisa Schmidt
    Leisa Schmidt2 hours ago
    BAT GIRL my word… im assuming the hrc sold to mb is on the right track?

    that small nation Montenegro joining NATO last week with only 2 Nay votes…both (Rs)~Rand Paul KY & Mike Lee Utah and they’re currently at odds(not quite war i gather) so would they try that to bring the US to war with Russia to STOP this WikiLeaks…TruthLeaks…citizen journalists exposing of them?? those wiki emails have some crazy scenarios in them for mass distractions.
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    Kiss Boots
    Kiss Boots2 hours ago
    Blue Bird
    I don’t know
    I will look after class is over.
    Mich Wenz
    Mich Wenz2 hours ago
    Leisa Schmidt US war machine moving into Lebanon https://already-happened.com/2017/04/03/us-ro-ro-ship-liberty-passion-carrying-military-vehicles-is-heading-toward-beirut-lebanon/

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    WYKVNZ XYNO1 hour ago
    Cernovich on Alex Jones today talks about brownstone tactics, sources inside, and the polygraph operators being part of the pedo rings. People are hitting on how deep this is now. Deep state terminology is being used.
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    WYKVNZ XYNO9 minutes ago

    Well, AJ interrupted him, and that didn’t get cleared up. Also, FBI was opened up to CIA a while ago, so it’s hard to distinguish between the 2 when you’re dealing with the top compartments. I have zero doubt that all of the top compartments of these agencies are infested here, EU, Russia, China, Saudi Arabia, Middle East, Africa, Australia etc. It is one company, 4-7 compartments scattered on the earth. This fight is going to extend overseas, that I have no doubt. I just hope certain nations don’t get off scott free while others get exposed. This would cause a major, unjust imbalance.
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    You are right this is a worldwide operation. It needs to be pulled down. I would expect the closer people get to the truth the more diversions and crazy stories will be put out there.
    Libby Stack
    Libby Stack3 hours ago
    This may be of interest. If not useful now, just keep it in the back of your brain.


    OPA-LOCKA, Fla. – Dozens of tractor-trailers exploded and caught fire Monday afternoon at a warehouse in Opa-locka.

    Sky 10 was flying above American Fruit & Produce on Northwest 42nd Avenue as numerous tractor-trailers were burning in the parking lot.
    More News Headlines

    Fire breaks out at Miami-Dade County warehouse

    American Fruit & Produce and neighboring South Gold Corp. were evacuated.

    Thick, black smoke could be seen from miles away.

    Authorities said about 30 tractor-trailers, as well as fuel and propane tanks, burned. Several vehicles parked on the other side of a fence also caught fire.

    “It sounded like maybe gas tanks or something, and it started catching fire pretty quick,” a man identified only as Humberto, who works nearby, told Local 10 News.

    Miami-Dade Fire Rescue crews spent almost an hour battling the flames.

    “(Miami-Dade) Fire Rescue did a great job,” Opa-locka police Chief James Dobson said. “(The fire) never made it to the building.”


    Note: Many news outlets very sketchy on info, saying “warehouse fire.” Why? How do tractor trailers explode?
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    Pastor Kathy2 hours ago
    Libby Stack interesting the USDA keeps coming back into the picture, for example,
    The programs that fall under USDA all tie in: USDA Cites American Fruit and Produce Corporation in Florida for Failure to Pay for Produce and Company Satisfies Terms of Consent Decision and Order | Agricultural Marketing Service

    Cotton & Tobacco Program
    Dairy Program
    Livestock, Poultry & Seed Program
    National Organic Program
    Science & Technology Program
    Specialty Crops Program
    Transportation & Marketing Program
    Information Technology
    Compliance & Analysis
    Commodity Procurement
    Civil Rights Office
    Legislative & Regulatory Review
    Outreach Office
    Public Affairs Office
    The People’s Garden
    USDA Farmers Market
    Related Websites
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    Ted McCune
    Ted McCune1 hour ago
    Pastor Kathy
    Kiss Boots
    Kiss Boots4 hours ago
    I am sure that you already saw this article about McCabe
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    c39c6265726d656e7363684 hours ago
    Pieczienik is very interesting. Is he still a part of the Kissinger clique? Who knows?
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    Conetha Reid
    Conetha Reid4 hours ago
    c39c6265726d656e736368 He irks me when he speaks of himself as “We.” Who is “We?”
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    Wisdom Rules
    Wisdom Rules3 hours ago
    c39c6265726d656e736368 Dr. Steve P is retired. I think he’s in his 70s.
    Simon Gallagher
    Simon Gallagher3 hours ago
    Susan Rice response:
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    Simon Gallagher
    Simon Gallagher2 hours ago
    I agree popcorn time!

    William Petitt
    William Petitt3 hours ago
    Rice: “I never leaked nothing to nobody” Ain’t nobody got time for this.
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    Speak Easy
    Speak Easy1 hour ago
    William Petitt it’s great that she has a command of the English language!! :-D
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    Dr Cat
    Dr Cat3 hours ago
    Dear George, for your ongoing credibility I must call your attention to a big blooper in today’s video. Your comments about ostepathic medicine/osteopathic doctors are 100% FALSE. Osteopathic doctors (D.O.) are virtually indistinguishable from MD’s. They do pre-med, 4 years med school and 3 years residency. Their scope of practice is the same as M.D., and they have all the same priviledges like seeing patients in hospital. The only difference is they ALSO learn Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy, which is wonderful hands on soft tissue body work that I highly recommend to pretty much anyone. Perhaps you mixed them up with O.D’s – doctors of optometry, who do eye exams and prescribe glasses – a very limited license. Here is a link from Cleveland Clinic on osteopathic doctors: http://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/articles/osteopatmanipulation-for-low-back-pain
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    BAT GIRL4 hours ago (edited)
    George is there a RATLINE going through Opa- locka Florida?
    Huge Fire yesterday at American Fruit and Produce Corporation
    http://wsvn.com/news/local/opa-locka-warehouse-catches-fire/ via DuckDuckGo for Android
    http://www.local10.com/news/explosions-at-opa-locka-warehouse via DuckDuckGo for Android
    They were also Cited by the USDA
    https://www.ams.usda.gov/press-release/usda-cites-american-fruit-and-produce-corporation-florida-failure-pay-produce-and via DuckDuckGo for Android
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    BAT GIRL48 minutes ago
    Matt –
    and these are the products they sell and where those products come from.
    YES, MANGOS are on the list of Imports
    KD NWI
    KD NWI30 minutes ago
    Matt must be shadow banned,,I don’t see his comments in this thread
    Grandma Knows
    Grandma Knows5 hours ago
    Why are you doing this? I mean, we all know that it doesn’t matter if the truth about these atrocities comes out. There will be no justice for any of the big players. Sure, they’ll throw a few small fries into the fire while they advance their agenda. People are claiming you’re a shill. I don’t know what to believe anymore.
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    Grandma Knows
    Grandma Knows14 minutes ago
    I’m just running out of hope. Thanks for all your responses
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    cherylpass2 minutes ago
    I understand completely….just saying. History, over the last 75 yrs. doesn’t give us much hope for the situation. Still worth knowing, but discouraging at the same time.
    DanRR McC
    DanRR McC2 hours ago
    Just a minor correction: A physician who is a DO (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine) is held to the same standards as an MD. They both attend four years of medical school and complete their training at the same residency programs. A surgeon who wants to be board certified in a specialty will take similar tests for certification, regardless of whether they are a DO or an MD.
    The differences between a DO and an MD stem from differences in teaching styles and philosophies during medical school. Osteopathic Medicine schools have long instructed medical students in looking at the whole patient, rather than the injured or diseased part.
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    A Bing
    A Bing41 minutes ago
    Yes! I wish more people would seek out a D.O. as their regular physician. We love ours!
    MARY FITCH2 hours ago
    Just heard an article that the bridge in Ga. that was blown u was a terrorist attack and that McCabe is put in charge of investigation. There was an attorney that filed some papers about it was shot and killed right after filing and papers were stolen.
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    Kathy Kane
    Kathy Kane1 hour ago
    Hopefully, Grassley’s investigation of McCabe happens SOON. The situation with the Atlanta atty is a huge red flag. If the papers that were stolen contained eyewitness accounts of the bridge being prepped to explode that’s scary, since it will be unlikely that the witnesses will come forward after this.
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    intothegarden3 hours ago
    hi george. yesterday you said springfield ma is on the direct ratline from montreal to nyc. but that would be albany ny et al. springfield ma is actually in-line montreal > new haven ct.
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    BAT GIRL2 hours ago (edited)
    intothegarden –
    look for the other telltale signs:
    Gulen Schools?
    VA Hospitals?
    & Look up where the opiate/ heroin epidemic is running rampant and you’ll likely find tour answer
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    rongermanjr3 hours ago
    still only 24K subs, and only 1K views?

    you tube fudging numbers.

    you tube has been unsubbing me from channels i’ve subbed.

    ben franklin had it right, shouldn’t let (((them))) in…
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    BAT GIRL3 hours ago
    rongermanjr –
    should’ve LOCKED HER UP!
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    NotOfThisWorld5674 hours ago
    I’ve had the Amber Alert app for my phone for a year and have received 1 alert. About a week ago coincidentally.
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    Zechariah 14
    Zechariah 143 hours ago
    Ditto and I live in SoCal.
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    Mario Cooke
    Mario Cooke4 hours ago
    I disagree here. Mumbai is a CIA-Mossad bommbing.
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    Mario Cooke
    Mario Cooke27 minutes ago
    What is your question, S?
    Mario Cooke
    Mario Cooke5 minutes ago
    ah. ok. re-read your statement. Just don’t ask me to give you links because I really don’t have an orderly way of saving posts of interest and my direct responses have cost me three computers burned out by the deep dark. Did quite a bit of reading on the Mumbai bombing. MSM is absolutely useless when you are trying to get to the bottom of anything. They are there to report on false flags, and to get the public to believe their version. They all get their news from the same ticker tape AP or Reuters; they do no research at all. Independent investigators, such as George here, is your best shot at getting to the truth. A former CIA officer is tied to organizing and having a team carry out this attack. Much like a rat line for any other thing, they start terror cells in a text book fashion. If you are aware of it, Israel is totally in control of the Indian Premier, as well. So, a foreign agent will go and recruit easily radicalized young men. Get them to participate in a terrorist attack. Carry out the attack with them, get out safely, and leave the recruits to die or get caught there, allowing the foreign agent or agents an escape route, so they will not get caught. Just like many israeli agents were caught in the US after 9/11. Our traitors in government let everyone of them go back to Israel. Same thing happened in Mexico City where an Israeli hit team was caught already inside Congress. The local zionists negotiated their freedom, and no terrorist charges were filed.
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    green an' blue
    green an’ blue4 hours ago
    woe unto Jersaleum..hell 2 mossad…that is what u make me feel. hope i am wrong an u r on the up an up.
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    drdebo Cherry
    drdebo Cherry3 hours ago
    he is
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    Simon Gallagher
    Simon Gallagher13 minutes ago

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    Claudia K
    Claudia K38 minutes ago
    Dr. Phil canceled on Dutch TV station after segment re elite pedophilia and surviving victim. http://www.neonnettle.com/news/2026-dr-phil-canceled-after-exposing-elite-pedophile-ring-on-tv-show
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    30spooln42 minutes ago
    Trump and true Patriots, we are in big trouble. Sources have said Kushner is leaking info to msnbc’s Joe Scarborough about the WH inner workings especially dealing with Bannon. Not only does Trump have to worry about Ryan, Priebus, Bolton, Spicer and all of the other RNC-WH appointments but also his own family. You can see Trump has been given wrong information like with today’s gas attack in Syria. To leak info about your father in law shows what kind of person Kushner is but also shows he is willing to do anything for power. I always had a feeling Kushner was a zionist puppet from his family ties. To everyone who watches Webbs channel you need to get the word out about scandals in our goverment, in anyway you can. The overthrow is coming and we have to stop it.
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    Simon Gallagher
    Simon Gallagher1 hour ago
    Kushner leaking to MSNBC according to Stone:
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    Love GOOD
    Love GOOD51 minutes ago
    Why am I not in the least surprised? Because I called it from Day 1!
    A Bing
    A Bing47 minutes ago
    Stone gives me a weird vibe too though. I’m so confused.
    Love GOOD
    Love GOOD41 minutes ago
    Funny how his vibe can be weird but his information is nearly always right on target! I have been following him since before the election. He’s the good guy…now!
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    Simon Gallagher
    Simon Gallagher25 minutes ago
    Love GOOD I agree his information has been close to the mark. He has been involved with Trump for a long time, so I think he does want to help him. He has also been very keen to have his say in regards to the Russian hoax.
    Love GOOD
    Love GOOD3 minutes ago
    Simon, he definitely wants to help Trump! He just cannot always find a way to get information to him and to important others. I understand it can be very challenging. Roger has survived two attacks so far and he is still speaking out against the lies. I believe in my heart that Kushner is one of the bad guys…even before this report.
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    cherylpass4 seconds ago
    Puts Ivanka in a bad spot….to say the least.
    Simon Gallagher
    Simon Gallagher1 hour ago
    Spying on hannity & Erik prince also:
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    Victoria Serbia
    Victoria Serbia2 hours ago
    Previous CM attack in Syria found by on the ground reporter @VanessaBeely to be Obama/Clinton supported “rebel” terrorists not Assad
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    FromHere2Eternity2 hours ago (edited)
    A clock work orange flipped me out I was about 7 years at the Drive-In. I tried to watch it again as a adult & I couldn’t watch the scenes affected me as a child. Very disturbing movie. 
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    Simon Gallagher
    Simon Gallagher2 hours ago
    Judicial watch Obama IRS scandal docs:
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    Simon Gallagher
    Simon Gallagher2 hours ago
    Cernovich to discuss deep state pedo ring how they operate & recruit @ 2pm EST:
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    Mother_of_32 hours ago
    this is mind blowing if true

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    Excellence 🙂

    Hmm. Isn’t the whole capitalist system built upon coercion, extortion, trickery and theft (mostly legalised), and dumping the nasty externalities upon anyone who cannot resist ?

    The arguments are very good and interesting. I think the stratification by class should come into it. But I also think about when has the world ever been just and fair ? The natural system is ‘everything is eating everything else, all of the time’. People do not like that. It’s painful to observe. But perhaps that is the only way that it can exist and be what it is. If you want to ‘save’ all the poor wildebeestes and zebras from cruel death, then the lions will have to starve. And the ungulates will over-populate and wreck the pastures, turn them to desert, and then they die from starvation and disease. Ecology achieves a workable balance, which is what produced the biosphere that we inherited (and wrecked).

    I recall some crackpot transhumanist, a few years back, proposing that we genetically engineer all life forms, so that cruelty would be eliminated. But then what does one thing EAT, so it can stay in existence ? If it cannot eat some other life form (killing it in the process) ?

    Some people think that being vegan or vegetarian is the answer. But plants are sentient too ! (See stuff at the head of my essay).

    Cruelty and suffering are intrinsic to the biological system. The deer is in terror just before the wolves catch it and tear it to pieces. That’s inherent in the predator/prey formula, which is ubiquitous.

    Because we find fear and cruelty unpleasant, a cause of suffering, we try to eliminate horrible experiences from human societies, and then that produces other forms of suffering and unpredicted results that are as bad, or worse.

    I read McPherson’s latest essay at Robin Westenra’s site. My impression, it is one long complaint about what a raw deal life has dealt him. Self-pity mixed with sense of entitlement and privilege. But, even if he died today, he’s already had a far more stimulating and interesting life than billions of others, who never complained or whined about the stuff he mentions. They were maybe more grateful for what they received.

    I don’t understand why he feels aggrieved at being spied on and thrown out of his job, etc. He admits, and is proud of, being a radical subversive who attacks the system that fed him. What other reaction did he expect ? It’s like complaining that you got arrested for punching a policeman. Common sense says that is what will happen, if you do that. If you choose a path to be a soldier, say, then you do not complain if it leads you to killing or being killed. It goes with the territory.

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    Seymour Hersh Says Hillary Approved Sending Libya’s Sarin to Syrian Rebels

    Hersh pointed to a report from British intelligence saying that the sarin that was used didn’t come from Assad’s stockpiles . . . . Hersh has implicated Hillary Clinton directly in this «rat line». In an interview with Alternet.org, Hersh was asked about the then-US-Secretary-of-State’s role in the Benghazi Libya US consulate’s operation to collect weapons from Libyan stockpiles and send them through Turkey into Syria for a set-up sarin-gas attack, to be blamed on Assad in order to ‘justify’ the US invading Syria, as the US had invaded Libya to eliminate Gaddafi. Hersh said: «That ambassador who was killed, he was known as a guy, from what I understand, as somebody, who would not get in the way of the CIA. As I wrote, on the day of the mission he was meeting with the CIA base chief and the shipping company. He was certainly involved, aware and witting of everything that was going on. And there’s no way somebody in that sensitive of a position is not talking to the boss, by some channel».

    Posted by: Ahem | Apr 4, 2017 6:04:35 PM | 56


  75. ulvfugl says:

    The MSM is filled with “news” of a supposed Syrian Government chemical warfare attack in Idlib Province. All of the reporting is sourced to SOHR (one rebel supporter in a basement office in Coventry, England) and rebel media in Idlib Province. How do we know this really happened? The rebels have proven themselves extremely capable of staging propaganda pageants and they do have chemical weapons. They make them in Syria. These are not ignorant people. The “White Helmets” were a fraud. This is probably another, but the Borg loves the noise, especially the hysterics on CNN and MSNBC.
    These AQ connected rebels in Idlib have been conducting an offensive in northern Hama. This has been turned back and the rebels are being driven out of Hama in the direction of Idlib having lost many men. As someone observed here the standard rebel reaction to severe adversity is to claim a chemical attack. pl


    pmr9 said…
    Col Lang

    Over at ACloserLookonSyria (http://acloserlookonsyria.shoutwiki.com/wiki/Talk:Alleged_Chemical_Attack_Khan_Sheikhoun_3_April_2017), we’re still trying to make sense of this story.

    Some preliminary notes

    1. Close examination of the photos of the children shows that at least some have head wounds.

    2. There were reports that civilians were abducted from villages in northern Hama last week, before the rebels retreated. As yet there are no documented matches of alleged Khan Sheikhoun victims to those abducted

    3. The alleged impact site is in the town of Khan Sheikhoun, but the site where the children’s bodies are seen laid out is a sort of quarry with passages cut into the rock. This is tentatively geolocated to a site about fifteen miles to the south, just south of Latamineh, that was in use last year as a rebel headquarters (and bombed by the Russians) and is now apparently used by the White Helmets. It doesn’t make any sense for the children to have been brought to this site, apparently separated from their mothers, unless they were captives. Even if the geolocation is incorrect it’s clearly not in the town of Hama.

    4. The Reuters photographer Ammar Abdullah, is deeply embedded with Nusra.

    5. An alleged chemical attack on 30 March in Lataminah causing 70 nonfatal casualties and attributed to organophosphates (nerve agents) was reported by UOSSM, a French-based NGO closely associated with information operations. It’s possible that the children were killed on this date, and that the videos were uploaded today as evidence of a chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun.

    6. As in the Ghouta massacre, there are no videos of victims found dead in their homes being removed by rescuers: just bodies laid out in the open and some alleged victims in hospital.

    I think it’s pretty clear that this incident was a massacre of captives, staged to look like a chemical attack. The victims may have been gassed, but not necessarily with an organophosphate: many other gased would be lethal in a confined space.

    What’s not clear is whether the rebels set up this operation on their own initiative, or whether this was an information operation directed by outside agencies. A possible motive would be to disrupt US-Russian cooperation, and to make a case for establishing a “safe zone” in NW Syria.
    Reply 04 April 2017 at 05:25 PM

  76. ulvfugl says:

    We didn’t have long to wait, because today Reuters reported that “a suspected Syrian government chemical attack killed scores of people, including children, in the northwestern province of Idlib on Tuesday, a monitoring group, medics and rescue workers in the rebel-held area said.”

    Of course, having seen a US invasion over the last such “use” of chemical weapons, one would wonder why Assad – who recently turned the tide of war against the local US-backed rebels after retaking Aleppo – would do this knowing well, what the reaction would be, and sure enough the Syrian military denied responsibility and said it would never use chemical weapons; it certainly did not in the 2013 “false flag” sarin gas attack.

    However, as in 2013, it was Assad’s word versus that of The British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a one-man, UK-funded organization whose only purpose is to stoke western sentiment against Assad, said the attack killed at least 58 people and “was believed to have been carried out by Syrian government jets. It caused many people to choke and some to foam at the mouth.”

    Director Rami Abdulrahman told Reuters the assessment that Syrian government warplanes were to blame was based on several factors such as the type of aircraft, including Sukhoi 22 jets, that carried out the raid.

    “We deny completely the use of any chemical or toxic material in Khan Sheikhoun town today and the army has not used nor will use in any place or time neither in past or in future,” the Syrian army command said in a statement.

    The Russian Defence Ministry said its aircraft had not carried out the attack. The U.N. Security Council was expected to meet on Wednesday to discuss the incident.
    Later in the day, a US Intel official said that the suspected poison gas attack in Syria’s Idlib province has ‘fingerprints’ of attack by Assad regime; it was not clear what the proof was, or why Assad would seek to antagonize the entire world with a mass attack that has his “fingerprints.”

    Was there any actual evidence Assad was behind the attack? Well no, especially since a chemical attack is the easiest “false flag” imaginable, and comes just one week after the Trump administration said it no longer plans on removing Assad, a radical departure from the foreign policy of the Obama administration.


    Overdrawn I am a Man I am Forty Apr 4, 2017 6:05 PM
    Because the Muslim Brotherhood has infiltrated all major Western Governments including the US, Canada, Germany & UK.

    There was no way the UN would have proposed a veto against Israel before Obama. Look who was in Obama’s Administration, then look at how US policy to Israel changed.

    Pakistani Muslim Awan brothers given top secret security clearance in several House Intelligence Committees, how did that happen? US, Canade, Germany & UK Governments have been compromised by foreign interests and that is why many of the policies we are seeing are extremely detrimental to US and European citizens.

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    johnnycanuck I am a Man I am Forty Apr 4, 2017 6:01 PM
    It’s better for Israel’s security than the ‘Shia Cresent’. For Trump and the Repubs, it’s Israel first.

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    Omega_Man Apr 4, 2017 5:43 PM
    they are moving US gear into Beruit… Russia and China need to send loads of stuff Syria PRONTO

    Omega_Man Apr 4, 2017 5:42 PM
    if CNN and BIBI blame Assad – you know he didn’t do it

    no1wonder Apr 4, 2017 5:33 PM
    Netanyahu on Twitter today:

    «When I saw pictures of babies suffocating from a chemical attack in Syria, I was shocked and outraged >

    There’s no, none, no excuse whatsoever for the deliberate attacks on civilians and on children >

    especially with cruel and outlawed chemical weapons. I call on the international community to fulfill its obligation from 2013 >

    to fully and finally remove these horrible weapons from Syria.»

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    Ignatius no1wonder Apr 4, 2017 5:53 PM
    God bless you for following ‘it” so I don’t have to.

    What a f#ckin’ psycho-hypocrite Netanyahoo is.

  77. ulvfugl says:

    Paedophile Trevor Francis was given his medal by Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace in 2012 for his 20 years’ work as station master in his home town of Aberdour, Fife in Scotland, as his abuse went undetected.

    Francis 71, will be sentenced this month after a jury found him guilty of sexually abusing children in his care during the 1970’s at St Margaret’s children’s home in Elie.

    He took over management of the children’s home from another paedophile David Murphy and promised that his new regime would protect the vulnerable kids there.

    Two years after he was honoured with the MBE one of his victims came forward to police and exposed the abuse she suffered in his care.

    The Mail Online reports:


    He had taken over at St Margaret’s from prolific paedophile David Murphy, who died in jail in 2001 after being jailed for a 30-year campaign of sexual and physical abuse at various homes.

    Children in his care were subjected to an appalling regime of abuse. Some were forced to stand naked for hours, girls were spanked on their bare bottoms, boys were forced to shovel coal in their pyjamas. One practice, known as ‘shakey wakey’, involved boys being dragged from assembly and their heads slammed against walls.

  78. ulvfugl says:

    The next step is that already expressed by Syria in July 2012: to convince the entire North Atlantic Organization to stop manipulating international terrorism. That is, to admit that the present Muslim Brotherhood is not an Arab brotherhood but constitutes a branch of the British Secret Service; And recognize that they are not Muslims, but hide behind the Koran to further advance Anglo-Israeli imperialism.

    Thierry Meyssan


  79. ulvfugl says:

    SINGAPORE – The Islamic religious leader who was fined $4,000 for making offensive remarks against Christians and Jews will be asked to leave Singapore.

    On Monday (April 3), Imam Nalla Mohamed Abdul Jameel pleaded guilty to promoting enmity between different groups on the grounds of religion, and committing an act prejudicial to the maintenance of harmony.

    “Nalla has paid the fine. He will be repatriated,” said the Ministry of Home Affairs in a statement on Monday.


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