Mysticism, God, States of Grace, Silence

“…the Imagination (or love, or sympathy, or any other sentiment) induces knowledge, and knowledge of an ‘object’ which is proper to it…”

Henry Corbin (1903-1978) was a scholar, philosopher and theologian. He was a champion of the transformative power of the Imagination and of the transcendent reality of the individual in a world threatened by totalitarianisms of all kinds. One of the 20th century’s most prolific scholars of Islamic mysticism, Corbin was Professor of Islam & Islamic Philosophy at the Sorbonne in Paris and at the University of Teheran. He was a major figure at the Eranos Conferences in Switzerland. He introduced the concept of the mundus imaginalis into contemporary thought. His work has provided a foundation for archetypal psychology as developed by James Hillman and influenced countless poets and artists worldwide. But Corbin’s central project was to provide a framework for understanding the unity of the religions of the Book: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. His great work Alone with the Alone: Creative Imagination in the Sufism of Ibn ‘Arabi is a classic initiatory text of visionary spirituality that transcends the tragic divisions among the three great monotheisms. Corbin’s life was devoted to the struggle to free the religious imagination from fundamentalisms of every kind. His work marks a watershed in our understanding of the religions of the West and makes a profound contribution to the study of the place of the imagination in human life.



I visit Ian Welsh blog and twitter from time to time, in search of interesting insights, so thanks to him for providing me with stimulation… Some of his recent tweets here.

I found that an interesting line of thoughts with which I roughly concur. However, this one inspired me to say something in response.

Mysticism is about how we perceive, about how and why we have ideas, about conditioning, about personality and about ideology.

I don’t agree. First, there are various differing definitions for the term, mysticism, and very likely Ian understands the word in his way, my own may be different. So we may not be talking about precisely the same thing. Let me say something about my personal meaning of that word.

The medieval dance of death.

It’s a Western word, historically coming from the ancient Greeks, Romans, the Holy Roman Empire, and onward via the European theologians of Christendom with there many subgroups and offshoots.

Through the last century it was used by academics, philosophers, students of comparative religion, to speak about a particular approach toward religious experience.

Most of these people during that historical period, the last couple of millennia, had no knowledge of other beliefs and cultures, the Hindus or the Incas or Taoism and Shinto. So it’s tended to be a rather limited concept, confined by biblical scholarship and monastic practices. Example would be St Teresa of Avila or Silesius Angelus.

The term mystic, then, as I see it, may be applied to that bunch of individuals, and their teachings and experiences. Or, in light of more modern global knowledge and anthropological understanding, the word can be applied more broadly to cover a much bigger group of people who have engaged in similar pursuits, outside of the Western Abrahamic and Graeco-Roman traditions.

My own definition would be, that a mystic is someone who seeks to find God as a direct personal experience, and then to live from day to day in God’s presence. So the aim is to cultivate whatever practices are conducive toward that end, which means to exist in a condition that could be called a state of grace.

So this definition distinguishes mysticism from more social aspects of religion, which may concentrate on obeying rules, performing rituals, pursuing discussion and guidance, worship, and so forth. Typically, mystics have been rather individualistic, solitary, eccentric, living as hermits in caves, deserts, on the tops of rocky outcrops in remote locations, and so forth, because they wanted to pursue their understanding in a dedicated fashion free from secular worldly distractions.

If you read a good selection of the lives of these kinds of people, it seems evident that many were very peculiar, suffering from strange mental phenomena which might be classified as pathological by modern psychologists and materialists. In other words, they were crazy, if not permanently, then episodically, and another usage of the word ‘mystic’ reflects this disparaging perspective, because it means ‘mystification’, the wanton obstruction of clarity by superstitious nonsense and opaque language intended to obscure rather than to reveal truth.

There developed the idea that mystical insights can be fostered by suffering and so people have subjected themselves to all kinds of rather masochistic inflictions of pain and injury. I think this is just one of the many traps and hazards involved with a pursuit of the divine, and can be considered a morbid aberration. I mean, people who crucify themselves or starve almost to death or get others to flagellate them. That sort of thing.

That sort of phenomena are probably best understood in modern scientific medical terms, as means to induce metabolic changes that lead to unusual states of mind. We now know that the so called entheogens, DMT, LSD, ayahuasca, psylocybin, peyote, and related chemicals, can produce significant spiritual experiences and insights without causing bodily harm. DMT is a natural chemical produced by your own body. In that sense, how is it different to the hormonal changes, intrinsic to our normal being, that lead to the experience of falling in love ? But in the past people have tried myriad other paths in the hope of reaching those same goals.

There is no doubt that austerity and moderation are more conducive to the aims, than promiscuity, debauchery and over-indulgence, because self-discipline itself is a great and vital teacher. But we are not talking about fixing, improving or directing a person’s character, are we, we are talking about getting a personal experience of the Ultimate, that which is beyond all words and beyond all understanding.

So this indicates another great distinction between mysticism and those who favour logic and reasoning. The two are not incompatible, but basically, the authentic experience of God, as a mystical experience, ‘makes no sense’, it’s not amenable to intellectual analysis. It uses a different aspect of a person’s sensibilities, it’s not a cerebral logical conceptual matter.

That shouldn’t excuse mystification though. An analogy might be to swimming in water, or having great sex with someone you love and have lusted for. This category of experiences simply evade confinement by linear verbal expressions, you cannot describe and explain them without losing most of the true nature of what they are like.

A few rare authors have made a good job of attempting to articulate or describe mystical experience. One of my favourite is Evelyn Underhill.

“In mysticism that love of truth which we saw as the beginning of all philosophy leaves the merely intellectual sphere, and takes on the assured aspect of a personal passion. Where the philosopher guesses and argues, the mystic lives and looks; and speaks, consequently, the disconcerting language of first-hand experience, not the neat dialectic of the schools. Hence whilst the Absolute of the metaphysicians remains a diagram —impersonal and unattainable—the Absolute of the mystics is lovable, attainable, alive.”

Evelyn Underhill, Mysticism: A Study in the Nature and Development of Spiritual Consciousness

I believe that true mysticism, if you can find it, takes you out of, or raises you above, all categories and varieties of religion, because it transcends language and culture. But if you want to communicate with others, there’s no option but to use language and to be aware of the particular cultural context of the listeners or readers, if you want to have influence and convey meaning.

In effect, the blank white page represents God, and the words you inscribe upon that page are a necessary defilement of the purity extant in their absence. Once that is understood, then we just make the best of it that we can. Silence is golden, as they say, and if you want to talk about silence, then you’ve already shattered and ruined your own main subject matter.

Sodoma, Saint George and the Dragon, Italian, 1477 – 1549, probably 1518, oil on panel, Samuel H. Kress Collection

By a somewhat startling synchronicity, I wrote that paragraph, decided to have a break and coffee, clicked on a martial arts link hoping to relax watching entertaining fight videos and read this below….

Silence Is Golden

Entering into the Silence by Abbot Tryphon

All Orthodox Christians are aware of the importance of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving in our journey to God. These three practices are at the heart of the Great Lenten Fast. Prayer is our way of communicating with God on a daily basis, and fasting days (Wednesday and Friday) are called for throughout the Church Year. As Christians, we are also obligated to give alms to the poor, as demonstrated throughout the New Testament. Yet we often overlook the great spiritual practice of entering into the Silence as a way to discover ourselves, and deepen our experience with God’s presence.

Today’s technological advancements have introduced noise into our lives in ways unthinkable to the ancients. Not more than a hundred years ago, most families found silence as an everyday experience, for when the sun went down, families nestled into warm corners of their parlors, and their kitchens, often reading books, or simply watching a crackling fire. Along with this quieting down of the day, silence was part of every evening. Orthodox families were especially cognisant of the need to spend quiet time on the eve of the Sunday Liturgy, as well as great feasts of the Church, knowing that this silence served as a preparation time for receiving Christ’s Body and Blood, during the celebration of the upcoming Liturgy.

Keeping silence by turning off radios and television sets, muting iPods, and turning off computers, is a splendid way of allowing everyone in the family to experience the silence that allows us to listen for the voice of God, speaking in our hearts. Refraining from conversation, music, and all forms of entertainment for just an hour or two, helps open us to an experience of God that has become foreign to most modern Americans.

Silence is the means by which we may access and deepen our relationship with God, and develop self-knowledge. Silence allows us to live more harmoniously in our world, and actually listen for the voice of God speaking to our hearts. Saint Theophilus, Patriarch of Alexandria, placed the virtue of silence on par with the faith itself in a synodal letter from AD 400. “Monks—if they wish to be what they are called—will love silence and the catholic faith, for nothing at all is more important than these two things.” This invitation into the silence is not for monks only.

Silence is Golden! I wish more Christians were aware of how essential silence is to the development of Holiness and living life to the fullest.


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    America-first 1 points (+1|-0) 40 minutes ago
    This is nothing more than a spell (jewish occult curse). For the spell to work the victim must accept it. So, they mask it as entertainment. I know, and hopefully most of you know that its all make believe bullshit. But what power it does have is psychological tricks (gestures, repeated messages, symbols, signs) that they exploit…. Anyway, they are REALLY using cannibal spells (repeated messages) on us. I believe they want us to enact Cannanite rituals to feed off the power (retarded, i know). Or maybe only to signal to niggers that they can act on their cannibal urges.

    Anyone knowledgeable on occult let me know.

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    [–] jstrotha0975 4 points (+4|-0) 1 hour ago
    Nothing is a coincidence with these freaks.

    [–] Eyezopen 4 points (+4|-0) 2.1 hours ago
    Nope. She’s really been in full force pushing the pedo agenda. Disgusting filth Katy Perry.

    [–] Laskar 3 points (+3|-0) 56 minutes ago
    That was the first thing I thought of when I saw that video.

    The Rothschild ball of 1972 is worthy of a VOAT post of it’s own. It has everything that VOAT/pizzagate is about.


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    Russia is tweaking their new space-bound humanoid robot FEDOR (Final Experimental Demonstration Object Research) to be capable of shooting a gun incredibly precisely- from both of its hands. The new development threatens a new era of warfare; one without human soldiers.

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    For Russia and China, the Satanic Evil that rules in the West has reduced the choice for Russia and China to them or us.

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    Is-Be May 13, 2017 11:16 PM
    Objective Materialism.

    Objective Materialism is a zombie that refuses to remain in its grave.

    Objective Materialism was killed in Copenhagen in 1928, but it still pervades our minds with its fetid odour. The last stake that was driven through its rotten corpse was the Quantum Erasure Experiment.

    (Cautionary note: do not attempt to defend your ego).

    Here are the liberating consequences of abandoning Objective Materialism.

    A) It is impossible to have an In-body experience. The mind produces the brain.

    B) Consciousness is all. Reality is procedurally generated.

    C) The past is adjusted to support the Present observation.

    More on this subject can be found at the feet of the Physicist Dr. Tom Campbell on YouTube.

    How else are we to interpret the Empirical evidence of the Quantum Erasure experiment?

    And Monotheism.

    Monotheism is the font of our woes.

    Monotheist believe in one God. One MALE God. ( and hence the rise in the sex wars)

    Their religion had a female God, Ashera, who ruled in harmony with her husband. She was banished by Akhenaten.

    Monotheism was invented by Akhenaten to concentrate religious power in himself. He was expelled from Egypt and took the name Moses.

    Monotheism is a very recent phenomenon. I date it back to 773 when Charlemagne the butcher baptised 1000 Saxons and then slaughtered them all in the river at Irminsul, thereby breaking his sacred oath.

    In contrast our natural Pagan past is At Least 40 000 years old and was pan-Eurasian. (There are dragons in Wales and in China).

    Because they lust after Armageddon and the return of their Messiah ( trumpets blaring), they can quite legitimately be called Death Cults.

    It is this Death drive that motivates the NeoCons to lead us into Nuclear war.

    In the interests of our survival we must destroy these Monotheistic death cults with the same vigour that we destroyed the Japanese Bushido code.

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    Fresno CA Leftist Professor Attacks Free Speech Students

    Fresno State Students For Life – Confronted By Faculty and wiping out their free speech. – YouTube shows how degenerate the left has become. It borders on insanity. And this insanity is being taught in universities run by Democrats who exploit students with ever-higher school fees while teaching them to be irritable, out of control and above all, stupid.

    A California Fresno State University professor was recently caught on camera scrubbing pro-life message off of the sidewalk and encouraging several of his students to do the same.

    I was part of the ‘Free Speech’ movement and actually gave speeches in public and got in trouble for this more than once. I firmly believed back then and today that speech should be public, open and basically ‘free’.

    Evidently, the same people who shook their fists at me and screamed at me are doing this to everyone these days: the Maoists/radical leftists.

    “The whole idea of free speech is that we have a free speech area on campus, kay?” Professor Gregory Thatcher erroneously declares in a video recorded by the school’s Students for Life chapter. “Free speech is free speech in the free speech area. It’s a pretty simple concept, okay? This does not constitute a free speech area, okay?”

    This commie/fascist professor is probably one of the army of part time teachers that are heavily exploited by the universities, toiling away with virtually no security or money but anxious to spread their crazy ideology to gullible young students. Students being burdened by severe debts, they are marching off this cliff.

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    Meanwhile, regardless of nuclear armageddon… life goes on

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    Archaeologists have discovered an underground catacomb containing numerous mummy-filled corridors at an ancient cemetery at the site of Tuna el-Gebel in Egypt.

    The catacomb can be entered only through a narrow shaft which leads underground. At the bottom of the shaft, archaeologists found that “there are many corridors and many burial places for mummies,” said Mohamed Salah bn Mohamed Ahmed El-Kholy, a professor at Cairo University, at a press conference held this morning (May 13) at Tuna el-Gebel. Archaeologists with Cairo University have been excavating at Tuna el-Gebel for about 80 years, El-Kholy said.

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    Part of what’s interesting about the Camino de Yeseras archaeological site (Central Spain) is that 1) it’s freaking huge 2) gross inequality among its inhabitants. As you will in the Olalde narrative below, the Beakers at this site are notable for gigantism and deformed heads.

    I wrote about this site and this woman previously in this post.

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    Amazing that the bull gets the guy he was chasing, not any of the others.
    I’m always very pleased when these human idiots get hurt when they wilfully torment animals, they thoroughly deserve it.

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    The Kurdish forces obviously made a deal with the ISIS rearguard. They offered safe passage (safe conduct) to the ISIS fighters if those would dismantled their demolition charges on the Tabqa dam and leave their heavy weapons behind. The ISIS group accepted and fulfilled its part of the deal. The dam was saved. The ISIS forces withdrew.

    The Kurdish commander had made the right decision. Any fighting around, on or within the dam structure could have led to a catastrophic dam failure which would have killed ten-thousands (at least) further down the Euphrates.

    The next line in the U.S. press release is therefore ominous:

    The Coalition tracked fleeing fighters and targeted those that could be safely hit without harming civilians.
    The U.S. military broke the “safe passage” deal the Kurds had made with the ISIS fighters.

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    Species are disappearing at horrifying rates that have few comparisons over the past 500 million years. Soil washes to the sea creating dead zones, while humans and the animals they eat are now 95% of the terrestrial animal biomass.

    Oceans are acidifying, causing phytoplankton to disappear. Glaciers are melting and sliding away, with those in Greenland and Antarctica contributing to sea level rise, a phenomenon that is not somewhere out in the future, but right here, right now.

    Via Bloomberg:
    The impact [of sea level rise] is already being felt in South Florida. Tidal flooding now predictably drenches inland streets, even when the sun is out, thanks to the region’s porous limestone bedrock.

    Saltwater is creeping into the drinking water supply. The area’s drainage canals rely on gravity; as oceans rise, the water utility has had to install giant pumps to push water out to the ocean.

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    sister tika May 14, 2017 9:07 PM
    Vladimir Putin is a class act.

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    foodstampbarry May 14, 2017 9:00 PM
    He should have done it shirtless.

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    Almost surprised he didn’t pull out his multi-tool and tune it himself.

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    In early April, when we reported that the hacker group known as the Shadow Brokers had released the password to NSA’s “Top Secret Arsenal” of tools that allowed anyone to “back door” into virtually any computer system (in what it claimed was a protest of Trump’s betrayal), few people noticed. On Friday, however, the entire world did notice when an unknown group of hackers reportedly used the same set of NSA-created tools to launch a global malware cyberattack using the WannaCry ransomware virus, holding at least 200,000 computer systems around the globe hostage, and demanding a payment of $300 in bitcoin to unlock infected computers, or else threatening to wipe out the contents of the infected machine.

    The crippling, global attack prompted Europol to warn that Monday could be a dark day for an unknown number of Windows XP-based systems which may simply fail to start, leading to massive productivity losses around the globe, while others predicted that the spread of the worm could accelerate in the coming days once the hackers bypass the temporary measure that prevented further distribution of the worm over the weekend.

    Meanwhile, on Sunday afternoon, Microsoft itself got involved in the global hacking scandal and criticized the NSA for its role in spreading the WannaCry epidemic; specifically the tech giant urged governments to use and store their cyber warfare tools responsibly.

    A widespread computer virus attack known as ‘WannaCry’ has been compromising computers with obsolete operating systems across the world. This should be the opening sentence of just about every article on this subject, but unfortunately it is not.

    The virus does not attack modern computer operating systems, it is designed to attack the Windows XP operating system that is so old, it was likely used in offices in the World Trade Center prior to September 11 2001, when the buildings collapsed. Windows XP was first released on 25 August, 2001.

    Furthermore, early vulnerabilities in modern Windows systems were almost instantly patched up by Microsoft as per the fact that such operating systems are constantly updated.

    The obsolete XP system is simply out of the loop.

    A child born on the release date of Windows XP is now on the verge of his or her 17th birthday. Feeling old yet?

    When there is a wolf at your door, it is unwise to blame the person pointing out the presence of the hungry wolf. Those who attack Julian Assange for pointing out the wolf of un-secured computer systems are doing just that.

    In real democracies, people would be brought before tribunals to justify their supreme dereliction of duty. In the apathetic corporatist liberal west, the story will be swept under the rug.

    any_mouse May 14, 2017 9:41 PM
    Julian and Edward. Decrying the firing of Comey as blow against TRUTH.

    All you need to know.

    The Ecuadorian Embassy is a stage prop.

    As is Snowden’s exile in Russia, courtesy of the same Russians, that Comey was alleged to be investigating for ties to Trump.

    Move the narrative away from NSA hacking tools that got into the hands of criminals. [Similar to firearms in Fast & Furious.]

    Keep the narrative away from Intel forced by the GOV to leave exploitable code in their chips.

    Do not ever talk about any connection between these hacks and back doors, and Michael Hastings’ inexplicable, coincidental death drive.

    Operation Chaos.

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    Nonetheless, based on these results it is necessary to re-consider the traditional view that selection was the main evolutionary process driving changes in the neurocranium, and most other cranial regions, within Homo, and consider the implications of that for our understanding of how and why our lineage evolved.

    For the remaining cases, where drift was rejected, three primary patterns can be observed. First, adaptation played a role in driving the evolution of differences between the Dmanisi hominins and other early Homo specimens across both the face and mandible. Interestingly, even though the Dmanisi group itself is hugely diverse, we found that this rejection of drift is consistent across all of the Dmanisi specimens, regardless of the specimen or combination of specimens included in each analysis, confirming that this result was not just a product of intra-group variability. The Dmanisi hominins were the first of our lineage to leave Africa, and our results indicate that selection played an important role in that dispersal, resulting in significant morphological changes (and a different covariance structure) as these hominins adapted to new environmental contexts.

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    Duc888 May 14, 2017 8:05 PM

    TheDonald still has not grasped the fact that 1/3rd of his military have gone rogue and are still to this day training “moderate” terrorists to overthrow Assad. The air farce is providing cover for ISIS and the Tribe, backed by the Saud inbreds are financing / training them.

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    The teaching in colleges has gone a sharp turn to the left and rewriting history is a big thing for them as they systematically destroy real history in classic 1984-style

    The battle is deadly serious. Since roughly 2008, Cold War II has expanded steadily to the point where it now extends along a 1,300-mile front from Estonia to the Crimea plus the Caucasus and major portions of the Middle East. It has intensified as well and would likely have reached a flashpoint if the hawkish Hillary Clinton had been elected.

    All points are ‘flash points’ when empires clash. The US empire is probably one of the dumbest in history. We are rapidly accumulating huge debts which comes to a very nasty eventual end…while patrolling the entire planet and fighting multiple wars we keep losing because the minute we stop fighting and withdraw, the people we were fighting resume whatever they wish as if we never fought them in the first place!

    This is bankrupting us. And it brings home terrorists, too, and this menaces us wherever we travel now.

    This is the real scandal that Russia-gate is designed to cover up. Like any country, Russia wants to steer U.S. foreign policy in a direction favorable to interests. But it’s a very small player in Washington compared to giants like Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Qatar. These are nations that have given millions to the Clinton Foundation, to the “William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park” in Little Rock, Arkansas (recipient of a $10-million gift from the Saudi royal family), universities like Harvard and Georgetown, and a slew of think tanks, not just CAP and the Atlantic Council, but the Center for Strategic and International Studiesand Brookings, the recipient of a $14.8-million contribution from Qatar.

    Of course, Russia spies on us. We have spies in this operation called ‘the NSA and CIA’ and other operations. Duh. That should prevent wars, not produce wars.

    The oil monarchies have thus used their petro-wealth to create a pro-war consensus in Washington that is nearly 100-percent complete. Needless to say, this will not benefit the mass of ordinary Americans, the people who will have to fight and die in such conflicts and whose taxes will pay for them. Instead, it will benefit the oil companies and arms manufacturers with whom the oil monarchies are closely allied, not to mention hawkish politicians hoping to use war fever to propel their careers to ever greater heights.

    A lot of readers of Intercept stopped at this point and went to comments to complain about the bias here: where is Israel? Israel wants constant wars at all the major Muslim nations and goes to great lengths to do this.

    Here is some news revealing how insane things are today: Japanese PM Tells UN To Shove It, Will Not Take In Any Muslim ‘Refugees’. We spend billions protecting the Japanese. The US is desperately trying to force Eastern European nations that were once ruled by the Turks, to take in a few million Muslim males. They are refusing and are beginning to panic and lean more and more towards Putin.

    Sweden: Iraqi immigrant arrested for raping nursery school child: the rapist was sent to three nurseries before being caught. Europe is reeling from this invasion. The liberal attempts at integrating these invaders has failed miserably. The continuing rise of the right wing in Europe is directly due to liberal failures in this very area.

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    I think he’d very likely be very good at the job, but the Libs and Left will not like it. He seems to have more integrity than most of them.

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    Duterte Strategy
    The United States is again faced with a Filipino-like scenario. Historically, South Korea and the Philippines have always been two fundamental US allies, more concerned with Washington’s interests than their own national political agendas. Over the last few decades, both countries have been governed by politicians careful not to upset the sensibilities of US policy makers. South Korea and the Philippines are at the heart of the political strategy Obama called the Asian Pivot, more explicitly, a policy aimed at containing China and its expansion as a regional hegemon in Asia.

    Following the Trump administration’s focus and threats against North Korea in recent weeks, war has seemed more likely on the peninsula. But with Moon’s victory, it has probably been permanently excluded as a possibility. In several interviews weeks prior to the election, Moon stated that a war between the US and the North Korea would constitute an impossible burden for South Korea to sustain. Moon is very realistic about the conventional deterrence that North Korea possesses, maybe even more so than the nuclear development.

    Recent years have seen a mounting showdown between the old world order configuration based on chaos and destruction and led by Washington, and the new multipolar order that focuses on win-win opportunities, dialogue and sincere cooperation. If Washington decides not to accept the new rules of the game, where it can no longer dictate the law, it will end up producing more damage against itself than any foreign country could actually do, in actual fact accelerating the formation of the multipolar world and putting to bed the unipolar world order for good.

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    victoryofthelight‏ @KibBitzLaw · 6h6 hours ag

    @JebBush @GeorgeHWBush @JennaBushHager @laurawbush

    Hello Bush family. You know why Comey was fired. Look at my tweets from earlier in

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    May 14, 2017 at 4:24 pm
    Sorry to bump this,but I think its important

    Monsanto gets worse: Don’t know if its been linked before

    Sherman County may be issuing a Court Order on May 22, 2017, to quarantine Azure Farms and possibly to spray the whole farm with poisonous herbicides, contaminating them with Milestone, Escort and Roundup herbicides.

    This will destroy all the efforts Azure Farms has made for years to produce the very cleanest and healthiest food humanly possible. About 2,000 organic acres would be impacted; that is about 2.8 times the size of the City of London, England, and 1.5 times the size of the city center of Philadelphia that could be sprayed with noxious, toxic, polluting herbicides.

    The county would then put a lien on the farm to pay for the expense of the labor and chemicals used.

    Large scale organic farming, this must not stand!

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    May 15, 2017 at 3:13 am
    I cannot think of a more descriptive title than “The Globalization of Misery”. Since WW2 the US has left a trail of death, destruction (on an industrial scale) and of course the attendant “misery”. Let us not forget that one of the key aims of globalization is to destroy state structure and infrastructure of those countries that are not compliant vassal states, thus rendering them incapable of mounting a united resistance.

    Thus, failed states are the norm, and not unintended collateral damage. But, what disgusts me the most is that the great majority of Americans could care less as long if these wars do not touch them personally, such as sons and daughters coming home in flag draped coffins. Immiserating the world is just day to day US foreign policy in the pursuit of power and hegemony.

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    May 15, 2017 at 3:44 am
    Some related discussion here a couple of weeks ago triggered by the link War and Empire: the American Way of Life, which is also well worth reading, and takes a slightly longer historical perspective.

    IMO, globalization is with us until disrupted by widespread technological and societal collapse. That appears more likely than an uprising of the 99% bringing about a change in course, which itself is more likely than useful change happening within the existing political framework.

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    One of the idiot Antifa slogans is ‘No nations, no borders’. They are complicit in all the death and destruction and the NWO agenda.

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    The Philippines has emerged as the centre of a booming cybersex industry using new digital technologies that the FBI describes as an “epidemic”, with 750,000 child predators online. Predators usually use bitcoin or untraceable credit cards to send payment to criminals who set up child sex acts and abuse in front of webcams, they say. The more abusive the show, the more the customer pays.

    Authorities discovered a syndicate streaming extreme child sex and torture to paedophile predators in a $1 billion-a-year underground industry in the Philippines. Three sisters aged eight, nine and 12 and an 11-year-old girl were rescued. This operation live-streamed the abuse and torture of children from the internet to predators in Australia, the US, Canada and Europe. 53-year-old American David Timothy Deakin converted his two-storey apartment into a cybersex den in Mabalacat, Manila. Inside the den police found children’s underwear, toddlers’ shoes, cameras, bondage cuffs, fetish ropes and stacks of hard drives and photo albums.

    The authorities need to trace every single person who paid to watch the abuse of those children and send them to jail.

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    Ten years ago, beekeepers in the United States raised the alarm that thousands of their hives were mysteriously empty of bees. What followed was global concern over a new phenomenon: Colony Collapse Disorder.

    Since then we have realised that it was not just the US that was losing its honey bees; similar problems have manifested all over the world. To make things worse, we are also losing many of our populations of wild bees too.

    Losing bees can have tragic consequences, for us as well as them. Bees are pollinators for about one-third of the plants we eat, a service that has been valued at €153 billion (US$168 billion) per year worldwide.

    Ten years after the initial alarm, what is the current status of the world’s bee populations, and how far have we come towards understanding what has happened?

    The current status of bees worldwide

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    Posted by: dh | May 14, 2017 4:00:13 PM | 128

    There is no ‘European culture’. It is an artificial construct like ‘European values’.

    Cultures are very distinct even within former national entities – to the point of people seriously discussing secession which could happen in Spain, in Britain just the way it happened in Eastern Europe.

    If Macron does not manage to stop Schäuble Europe will be dead.

    Posted by: somebody | May 15, 2017 7:05:41 AM | 134

    add to 134

    This is a survey of young people in Germany and Europe

    42% identify most with their town or region, 23% with their country, and 24 percent with the world as a whole.

    In Europe youth generally identifies most with their town or region (30 percent). Identification with Europe (11 percent) is less than identification with the world (31 percent).
    Posted by: somebody | May 15, 2017 7:14:40 AM | 135

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    An “animal” attacker growling like a dog bit a terrified police officer after taking the ‘zombie drug’ Spice.

    Leroy Parry, aged 24, was jailed for his savage attack – snarling and frothing at the mouth when he sank his teeth into the officer’s arm.

    Parry left a gruesome bite mark while was acting “like an animal” when he assaulted three other officers attempting to arrest him on Swansea ‘s Wind Street.

    Injured PC Geraint Phillips described it as the worst violence in his 14-year police career – and he had to punch snarling Parry three times before he let go of his dog-like bite.

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    State Department: Renamed Al-Qaeda Not A Terrorist Organization – Can Receive CIA Supplies

    Max Abrams, a professor who works about terrorism, came up with this new definition of “terrorism”:

    Nonstate actors who use violence against civilians for a political goal and haven’t been supported by the US.

    The highlighted part is “new” to those who have not learned from history and the many occasions of U.S. support for (typically extremely right-wing) terrorist organizations like the “contras” in Nicaragua, OUN fascists in Ukraine or Jihadi Mujahedin in Afghanistan. It can indeed be argued that the U.S. created al-Qaeda as well as the Islamic State (ISIS).

    But lets just be happy that people get again reminded of the issue.

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    thank you uncle sam & your toad friends, for another genocide

    Yemen declares state of emergency in Sanaa over cholera

    CIA death squads calling themselves ‘baluchi freedom fighters’ equally to attack iran and china

    Gunmen kill 10 labourers in Balochistan’s Gwadar

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    Of course, I’ll underline the important bits:
    “The Syrian branch of al-Qaeda, currently calling itself Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), has succeeded in getting itself off Canada’s list of designated terrorist entities following its latest identity shift.

    That complicates the task of prosecuting Canadians who travel to join the group, send it money or propagandize on its behalf.

    It also illustrates the pitfalls of Canada following the lead of the U.S. in designating terror groups”

    That’s right American readers, your government and mine, neglected to include terrorists on the terror list- This allows money to be sent to them and propaganda to spread on their behalf- It also works in a beneficial way for recruitment- Unless you’re a ‘special kind of stupid’(hattip Willy Loman) you cannot believe this to be anything but intentional.

    The Zenki Brigade was an early and prominent recipient of U.S. aid, weapons and training.

    Zenki was cut off by the State Department only after Amnesty International implicated them in killings of Orthodox Christian priests and members posted a video of themselves beheading a young boy.”

    Zenki was never cut off from anything by the US as you will read
    For the U.S. to designate HTS now would mean acknowledging that it supplied sophisticated weapons including TOW anti-tank missiles to “terrorists,” and draw attention to the fact that the U.S. continues to arm Islamist militias in Syria.

    The Zenki brigade in action- recipients of US and Canada funding and support

    The Zenki brigade also doubles as “White Helmet” members! You know there was that Oscar winning documentary that portrayed these killers as humanitarians? Especially useful in the profitable organ harvesting that been ongoing since this destabilization began back in 2011. Because AQ in Syria = White Helmets (previous posts on that subject here at the blog)

    So the US and Canada continue to supply weapons to terrorists they have committed heinous crimes against humanity .. Attacked a sovereign nation state and worse. Both, the US and Canada wish to obfuscate their despicable yet completely intentional involvement/collusion/support of these despicable persons- Doesn’t say to much good about our military and our leadership now does it?

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    We have been in Afghanistan for how long? 16 years? It is our longest war. How much progress have we actually made?
    1. The government that we have tried so long to nurture controls a shrinking percentage of both territory and population.
    2. How much money have we poured into the pockets of crooks of all nationalities? In spite of that the country is severely lacking in physical, social, legal, and business infrastructure.
    3. The country’s armed forces have been expanded under NATO tutelage to such a size that the small GDP will never be able to pay for them on its own. In spite of that they are unable even to defend their own installations.
    4. The country is still racked by tribal, ethnic and jihadi wars. It hhas always been thus with the exception of a golden age when the last Afghan king ruled in th e50s and 60s. How did he do that? He did it by careful inter-ethnic diplomacy and a minimum effort to “unify” his realm.
    5. Attacks on NATO personnel by Afghan soldiers and police continue.
    6. The capital, Kabul, is not secured and is regularly attacked.
    7. The much vaunted COIN doctrine has failed there as it has failed in so many places in the world.

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    Mina @10: The crematorium at Saydnaya is a way to recycle the Feb. 7 Amnesty International report Syria: Human Slaughterhouse that b debunked back then.

    It’s interesting that the WaPo story by Karen DeYoung that is topping Google News at the moment quotes a State Dept. official saying there are at least 50 executions a day at Saydnaya when the original AI report speculated that between 20 and 50 executions took place per week.

    This is how fake news is written in the mainstream. AKA, information war.

    Posted by: Mike Maloney | May 15, 2017 2:02:45 PM | 19

    Don’t forget Saddam’s ‘people shredder’ “what happened to Saddam’s ‘people shredder’, into which his son Qusay reportedly fed opponents of the Baathist regime”. Turns out there was not a shred of evidence These people are the scum of the earth, any propaganda will suffice to further their regime change goals.

    Posted by: harrylaw | May 15, 2017 2:44:53 PM | 20

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    Sigh, the utter stupidity and ignorance of the ‘useful idiots’ who are ‘against borders’ but want their own ‘zone’.

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    Faeries And Iron

    Theory that fairies are scared of metal due to the metal wielding Beaker invasion crushing the Neolithics.
    The theory above in a tweet by Miles @mgdever is interesting but probably wrong.

    The Bell Beaker culture brought copper and bronze to Britons in the stone age, but the legendary aversion of fairies to metal is specifically an aversion to iron, with fairies sometimes wielding Bronze weapons.

    The British Iron Age, however, started around 800 BCE, which is at a point when the Bronze Age culture brought by the Bell Beaker movement has collapsed and was being replaced by Celtic culture, although probably not with much population replacement.

    The relatively shallow time depth of the Celtic languages supports the case for a language shift in Western Europe to the Celtic languages with the associated culture in the Iron Age, even though we know that there wasn’t much population genetic replacement at that time. Proto-Celtic is often associated with the Urnfield archaeological culture. This implies that the original language of the Bell Beaker people has been lost except as a substrate in the Celtic language, and possibly in the Basque language (one of several theories).

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    President Putin has conducted an important press conference at the close of his working visit to China touching on the topics of Korea, Syria, and the NSA security breech-based cyber attack, amongst others,
    Korea: “On the other hand, we understand that the recent global developments, in particular blatant violations of international law, invasion of foreign states, regime change and the like, are spurring this arms race. In this context, we should act comprehensively to strengthen the system of international guarantees with reliance on international law and the UN Charter. [Emphasis mine]

    “In any case, we believe that nuclear and missile tests are unacceptable. Dialogue with North Korea must be resumed, attempts to intimidate the country must stop and a way to settle these matters peacefully must be found.”

    Syria–Kurdish Situation: “I discussed this matter with the Turkish President. He expressed his concerns in this respect during our meeting in Sochi. I said to him then and I can say publicly now that there is no secret here. Unlike other countries, we have not declared any intention of supplying arms to Kurdish fighters. They do not have any great need for our supplies in any case, as they have other supply channels. We do not see any need to get involved in arms supplies.

    “But the Kurds are a real factor in the situation in Syria and their fighters are taking part in operations against the so-called Islamic State and are among the most combat-ready groups; therefore, we think it perfectly justified to maintain working contacts with them, if only to avoid possible confrontation and situations that could pose a threat to our service personnel.

    “I do not see anything here that could give our Turkish partners cause for concern. We are in contact, our position is open, and I hope that our Turkish partners understand it too. I am aware of the Turkish President’s concerns – and we discussed this yesterday – over the United States’ announcement that it will supply arms to the Kurds. We do not do this.”

    Cyberattack: “As for the source of this threat, I believe that Microsoft has named the culprits; it has pinned the blame on US security agencies. Russia has nothing to do with this. I am surprised to hear that there are any other versions. By the way, this is a brilliant illustration of what is happening in this sphere, which shows that they search for the culprits where there is none. [Emphasis Mine]

    “What else can I say? As you may know, last year we invited our American partners to join hands on the issue of cybersecurity and even sign an intergovernmental agreement. Regrettably, our proposal was rejected. The previous US Administration later said it was ready to get back to our proposal, but nothing has been done in practice.

    “We believe that the genies that are let out of such bottles, especially the genies that are created in secret laboratories, can ultimately turn back on their creators. Therefore, we should discuss this as soon as possible at a high political level to create a system of protection against such attacks.”

    Finally, on the fundamental goal of the various Eurasian development projects, particularly for destabilized nations: “The aim of large-scale and long-term programmes of this kind is to make the world more stable and fair. After all, the ultimate goal of the initiatives that were discussed today is to promote steady development, increase citizens’ incomes and improve education and healthcare. In other words, they seek to eradicate the root causes behind terrorism and other problems of this kind.” [Emphasis Mine]

    Yes, there’s more, and I highly recommend reading the transcript!
    Posted by: karlof1 | May 15, 2017 5:46:26 PM | 43

    On the most recent accusations made by the insane dept against Syria, it’s yet another case of projection as only two entities have killed that many people daily over the past decades: The Outlaw US Empire and its Zionist partner in crime. Obviously, the propaganda’s made for domestic consumption to provide cover for the next round of illegal killing.

    Posted by: karlof1 | May 15, 2017 6:01:54 PM | 44


    All the spying the US does on it’s citizens is done by all of the 5 eyes countries. The US pays for the infrastructural and every one passes that data onto the US that then passes it onto Israel. This has nothing to do with Bill C51 it is part of the 5 eyes agreement. Go read the documents in the Snowden dump and you will see.

    I had sent a letter to foreign affairs back when Stephan Dion was the minister asking why our current policies no longer reflect what we used to believe were Canadian values. The answer I got back is that Canada no longer has any say in foreign policy that is now decided at the NATO/G8 level depending on what it is and we have to do what ever is decided there. I am furious that some one decided to surrender our sovereignty with out asking the Canadian people how hey felt about it.

    Posted by: BraveNewWorld | May 15, 2017 6:25:16 PM | 46

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    Last month a brilliant new guide to the prehistoric sites of the island was published. It is written by the two archaeology curators from MNH – Andrew Johnson and Allison Fox. We are lucky enough to get to work with Andy and Allison regularly and take advantage of their great knowledge of the archaeology of the island.

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    Danish Minister of Justice Søren Pape hopes to solve the issue by prosecuting the imam. However, Danish politicians appear to miss the critical fact that there is clearly a thirsty audience for sermons like this.
    This sermon is a call to violence against Jews.

    As the Quran cannot be changed, it is crucial to make more broadly known what is in it, so at least people can see the facts confronting them, to help them determine what choices they might care to make for their own future and that of their children.
    In 2015, Omar El-Hussein listened to the imam Hajj Saeed, at the Hizb-ut-Tahrir- linked Al-Faruq-mosque in Copenhagen, decry interfaith dialogue as a “malignant” idea and explain that the right way, according to Mohammed, is to wage war on the Jews. The next day, El-Hussein went out and murdered Dan Uzan, the volunteer Jewish guard of the Jewish community, as he was standing in front of the Copenhagen synagogue. El-Hussein had also just murdered Finn Nørgaard, a film director, outside a meeting about freedom of speech.

    Two years later, nothing has changed. A visiting imam from Lebanon at the Al-Faruq mosque, Mundhir Abdallah, is preaching to murder Jews:

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    fuckin assholes all lies again, based on the old and already dealt with “caesar” photos

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    It is #Fakenews Day – On North-Korea, Syria and the U.S. President

    It is #fakenews day. Three stories are making the rounds through the media that are each based on false or widely exaggerated interpretation of claims. North Korea, Syria and the U.S. President are the targets.

    The three #fakenews examples above contain no news at all. The bits exposed in them have no information value. Their only purpose is to influence the readers by exaggerating outlandish claims based on little, if any, real facts of minor importance.

    This full-throated propagandizing on all channels, without any critical voices challenging the basic facts, is endangering the functioning of democracy. The fourth estate is now just a tool to influence. It can no longer claim to have any inherent value.

    For the average person one way out of this onslaught is to search for, use and foster alternative and discerning sources of news. The other is to give up.

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    TR wanted his attorney general—Charles Bonaparte (yes, he really was a descendant of that Bonaparte)—to make a full report to on the rampant land fraud scams that the robber barons were running to despoil the American West, and which threatened TR’s vision of land and forest conservation and parks. Bonaparte created an investigative team from the US Secret Service, but TR thought their report was a “whitewash” and proposed a new separate federal investigative service within Bonaparte’s Department of Justice that would report only to the Attorney General.

    Until then, the US government had to rely on private contractors like the notorious, dreaded Pinkerton Agency, who were great at strikebreaking, clubbing workers and shooting organizers, but not so good at taking down down robber barons, who happened to also be important clients for the private detective agencies.

    In early 1908, Attorney General Bonaparte wrote to Congress asking for the legal authority (and budget funds) to create a “permanent detective force” under the DOJ. Congress rebelled, denouncing it as a plan to create an American okhrana. Democrat Joseph Sherley wrote that “spying on men and prying into what would ordinarily be considered their private affairs” went against “American ideas of government”; Rep. George Waldo, a New York Republican, said the proposed FBI was a “great blow to freedom and to free institutions if there should arise in this country any such great central secret-service bureau as there is in Russia.”

    So Congress’s response was the opposite, banning Bonaparte’s DOJ from spending any funds at all on a proposed FBI. Another Congressman wrote another provision into the budget bill banning the DOJ from hiring Secret Service employees for any sort of FBI type agency. So Bonaparte waited until Congress took its summer recess, set aside some DOJ funds, recruited some Secret Service agents, and created a new federal detective bureau with 34 agents. This was how the FBI was born. Congress wasn’t notified until the end of 2008, in a few lines in a standard report — “oh yeah, forgot to tell you—the executive branch went ahead and created an American okhrana because, well, the ol’ joke about dogs licking their balls. Happy New Year!”

    The sordid history of America’s extralegal secret police—initially named the Bureau of Investigation, changed to the FBI (“Federal”) in the 30’s, is mostly a history of xenophobic panic-mongering, illegal domestic spying, mass roundups and plans for mass-roundups, false entrapment schemes, and planting what Russians call “kompromat”— compromising information about a target’s sex life—to blackmail or destroy American political figures that the FBI didn’t like.

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    In what is quite an amazing discovery, scientists have confirmed that a bracelet found in Siberia is 40,000 years old. This makes it the oldest piece of jewelry ever discovered, and archeologists have been taken aback by the level of its sophistication.

    The Denisovans were unique in many ways, having branched away from other humanoid ancestors some 1 million years ago. Indeed, the recent discovery of a female Denisovan finger bone and various teeth shows that they had no morphological similarities to either Neanderthals or modern humans.
    However, tens of thousands of years later, and prior to becoming extinct, they did coexist with us and the Neanderthals for a period, and skeletal remains of hybrids, and genetic studies confirm that they also mated with our forebears and the Neanderthals.
    Strangely, however, DNA evidence also suggests that, at some point, the Denisovans must have interbred with an as yet unknown and undiscovered species of humans beings.

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    The Syria nonsense reminds me of Saddam’s “human shredding machines” also non-existent and dreamt up by the usual suspects:

    I remember also the story of Saddam executing “thousands” of people daily in Abu Ghraib jail and transporting the bodies in convoys of lorries at the end of the day and burying them in mass graves at a special site which had been razed of all trees and foliage for the purpose. I was in Iraq at the time – the embargo had bitten so deep with no imports of spare parts etc that the government no longer had any lorries. I went to Abu Ghraib and round the area evening after evening, talked to people, no lorries, no special designated grave sites (Iraq is a “village” where a dog from somewhere else would be instantly known by all, yet alone a mass razing on land) there was nothing. The execution in thousands was a complete fallacy. US-UK Inc., really should ditch that worn old fake news hand book.

    Posted by: Felicity | May 16, 2017 5:22:37 AM | 10

    It looks like a deep crisis. America is getting crazy.

    Posted by: hmm | May 16, 2017 5:35:51 AM | 11

    Wikileaks publishes documents showing how Google helped Al-Qaeda in Syria

    Google has helped Al-Qaeda and other Salafist groups like the Muslim Brotherhood gain new members at the dawn of the Syrian conflict, secret documents and e-mails published by Wikileaks show.
    The then director of Google Ideas, Jared Cohen coordinated actions to support the groups often dubbed as rebels with then U.S. Foreign Minister Hillary Clinton and Deputy U.S. State Secretary William Burns. Google employed it’s expertise in the IT sector to help the conflict in Syria gain traction.

    In July 2012 Google provided a software tool, with which defections in Syria were to be tracked and the thereby gained informations spread in Syria with the help of Al-Jazeera. According to the plotting of U.S. officials and Google, this should encourage more people to take up arms and join the ranks of the rebels. Then Director of Policy Planning for Obama, Jake Sullivan let Hillary Clinton, for which he served as an advisor in the last presidential election, know that, “this is a pretty cool idea.”

    … us support for al-CIA-duh has been ongoing since, literally, its very beginning.
    google’s service to the ‘dark side’ of the us government has been as well.

    it’s no surprise that the usgov/cia is now going to support al-cia-duh more directly.

    Posted by: jfl | May 16, 2017 5:55:53 AM | 12

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    There is no “double standard”. The president gets to decide what is classified and what isn’t.

    Does the NY Times presume everyone gets to decide for themselves?

    What Did Trump Disclose?

    The answer is “information about an Islamic State plot” of some sort.

    Good grief. After all the above hyperventilation, I have a simple question: Why shouldn’t we disclose to Russia pertinent facts regarding Islamic state plots?

    Do we want to keep this information to ourselves as happened on numerous occasions in Europe? As happened more recently with the NSA developing and using loopholes in Microsoft code?

    If the US has information on an alleged plot by ISIS we absolutely should disclose that fact to other governments unless we believe they may be involved or compromised.

    Off the Deep End

    Nancy Pelosi asks ‘What do the Russians have on Donald Trump?’

    In another clickbait article Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz hypes ‘This is the most serious charge ever made against a sitting president’

    When you write bullsheet like that, expect to be mocked, not taken serious, at least by any rational person.

    I don’t know, I may well be mistaken, but seems to me to be a touch of extra panic to this fake news hysteria, which might be because the deep state filth are terrified, so they set up this brush fire to give themselves some cover. What are they terrified of ? Well, maybe Comey was the blockage that has been stopping the swamp draining. Webb said it was McCabe. But it could have been both of them. With Comey gone, we suddenly get the Seth Rich murder back at the top… which leads to other foul deeds by the Clinton/Podesta camp… like Assange’s lawyer getting pushed under the train, etc.

    Recall that Webb went and investigated the detail of Seth Rich ‘murder’. He wasn’t dead when the police found him, he lived a long time afterwards and was sitting up in hospital bed and lucid, which Webb said most doctors would take as a sign he was not going to die, a sign that he’d recover from his injuries. But then he did die…. after being interrogated ??

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    Being an agent of chaos, I love this timeline. The Trump administration is quickening the path towards civil unrest. In turn, the day of the rope for leftards hastens.

    The left’s favorite e-celebrity, Alex Jones, is out with a report tonight, citing his sources deep within the White House saying that McMaster himself leaked the details of the Trump-Russian meeting last week, in order to make himself indispensable. Jones claims this machiavellian move by Mcmaster was designed to make it impossible for Trump to fire him — since it would expose Trump to salacious rumors and only serve to derail his agenda.

    Here is Jones doing a Periscope with Roger Stone, gabbing about the latest drama.

    new game May 16, 2017 7:57 AM
    one party tyranny. above the one party tyranny law. why these fuks are free and operating as such.

    think about it, if the seth investigation gathers steam, who all and how far does it reach? hmmm.

    so, really are the r’s clean on this one? think not…

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    Grandad Grumps May 16, 2017 7:45 AM
    I am kind of warming up to the idea that Trump has been supported and conspired with Russian Lubavicher Zionists and not the Russian government. So, it would be two crime syndicates fighting it out. The Clinton-Bush crime family versus the Chabad Zionist crime syndicate.

    Where is that popcorn?

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    Isn’t McMaster a buddy of Petraus?

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    Dusty Rhodes’ M… May 15, 2017 10:59 PM
    Unfortunately, I’m moving to the Country and will miss the Chiraqistan uprising…I will be dealing with the fools who try to head South…avoid my neck of the woods; we have no time for new acquaintances…

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    Wahooo Dusty Rhodes’ Muffler May 16, 2017 6:40 AM
    Hold a solid front down there. We will destroy them in a pincer movement.

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    zorba THE GREEK Wahooo May 16, 2017 8:02 AM
    It seems that Trump has surrounded himself with traitors, but he has already betrayed his base that elected him, so he deserves no better.

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    John Podesta uses SEIU people to do his dirty work. I am not FBI anon but close. Jennifer Palmieri had Seth murdered, but Robby Mook and John Podesta found out about it and had Jennifer consult with Hillary and Huma and they all decided it was best to silence Seth.

    Once the deed was done, Palmieri and Mook started pushing the “robbery” narrative and the cops in DC went along with it.

    The DC police chief is complicit and covering up for them. He is also a pedophile.

    If you’d like to connect dots, look into SEIU people in DC that night, Jennifer Palmieri’s strange “Tweets”, and Robby Mooks insistence that it is Russia.

    If the right people are informed in the right order, Palmieri, Mook, Podesta, Abedin and the Clinton Machine (phillippe also) will fall. Weiner is going to get immunity it looks like.

    SEIU murdered Seth Rich, connected to Podesta and Palmieri.

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    Who was the guy that was found dead recently by Huma; private doctor, no autopsy?


    spezSentMe 0 points (+0|-0) 3 hours ago

    The world has gone completely mad. Lock them up!


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    The exhibition will also contain one future turning point: 2020, the year that mixed-race Britons are projected to become the country’s largest ethnic minority.

    Rothschild globalist propaganda, look at the DNA surveys, the great mass of the population is still indigenous since way back before the Romans.

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    Webb on Seth Rich murder, from a month ago

    I misspeak early in this clip when I say “killed “when I meant shot, but I correct it later in the video.

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    With both the White House and Trump himself denying that they had done anything wrong in response to the WaPo story that Trump improperly shared confidential information with the Russian foreign minister and ambassador, next it was Russia’s turn.

    And sure enough, on Tuesday morning, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that “we don’t want anything to do with this nonsense,” in response to reporter questions prompted by the WaPo articles. “It’s complete nonsense”

    He did however cryptically note that “Russia doesn’t forget about the principle of reciprocity in relation to sanctions against its companies by Ukraine and “unfriendly” actions that “violate rights of people in Ukraine.”

    Separately, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova interjected her traditionally cynical retort on Tuesday when she advised that people don’t read American newspapers, in response to U.S. media reports that Trump had disclosed classified intl.

    Zakharova said she had received dozens of messages asking about the reports, which have been denied by the White House.

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    this story has blown up on twitter

    [–] 1ew [S] 0 points (+0|-0) 1.7 hours ago
    It’s trending now. Wow.

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    twitter will squash it


    Mad_As_Hell 1 points (+1|-0) 7 hours ago
    Retweeted by Assange and top headline on Drudge Report

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    Retweeted by Wikileaks!

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