Evil, Music, Guitar Strings, Tunes, Pythagorean Buggeration

I will not be grappling with this issue from a particularly religious perspective. Evil applies to everyone regardless of their belief system, or even their lack of belief. Evil is secular in its influence.

The first and most important thing to understand is this — evil is NOT simply a social or religious construct, it is an inherent element of the human psyche. Carl Gustav Jung was one of the few psychologists in history to dare write extensively on the issue of evil from a scientific perspective as well as a metaphysical perspective.  I highly recommend a book of his collected works on this subject titled ‘Jung On Evil’, edited by Murray Stein, for those who are interested in a deeper view.

To summarize, Jung found that much of the foundations of human behavior are rooted in inborn psychological contents or “archetypes.”  Contrary to the position of Sigmund Freud, Jung argued that while our environment may affect our behavior to a certain extent, it does not make us who we are. Rather, we are born with our own individual personality and grow into our inherent characteristics over time. Jung also found that there are universally present elements of human psychology. That is to say, almost every human being on the planet shares certain truths and certain natural predilections.

The concepts of good and evil, moral and immoral, are present in us from birth and are mostly the same regardless of where we are born, what time in history we are born and to what culture we are born. Good and evil are shared subjective experiences.  It is this observable psychological fact (among others) that leads me to believe in the idea of a creative design — a god.  Again, though, elaborating on god is beyond the scope of this article.

To me, this should be rather comforting to people, even atheists.  For if there is observable evidence of creative design, then it would follow that there may very well be a reason for all the trials and horrors that we experience as a species.  Our lives, our failures and our accomplishments are not random and meaningless.  We are striving toward something, whether we recognize it or not.  It may be beyond our comprehension at this time, but it is there.

Evil does not exist in a vacuum; with evil there is always good, if one looks for it in the right places.

Most people are readily equipped to recognize evil when they see it directly.  What they are not equipped for and must learn from environment is how to recognize evil disguised as righteousness.  The most heinous acts in history are almost always presented as a moral obligation — a path towards some “greater good.”  Inherent conscience, though, IS the greater good, and any ideology that steps away from the boundaries of conscience will inevitably lead to disaster.

The concept of globalism is one of these ideologies that crosses the line of conscience and pontificates to us about a “superior method” of living.  It relies on taboo, rather than moral compass, and there is a big difference between the two.

When we pursue a “greater good” as individuals or as a society, the means are just as vital as the ends.  The ends NEVER justify the means.  Never.  For if we abandon our core principles and commit atrocities in the name of “peace,” safety or survival, then we have forsaken the very things which make us worthy of peace and safety and survival.  A monster that devours in the name of peace is still a monster.





I am getting somewhat sick of reading about all the most horrible, perverted, depraved and disgusting things that some people do to other people, particularly the children.

I’m not a squeamish man, I feel obliged to confront whatever horror may arise before me. But reading about paedophiles, ratlines, the vile political crap from Washington, London, the European Union, and watching our freedom of speech being stolen, day after day, fake news, lies, deceit, it’s getting me down.

I live in an exceptionally beautiful place, perfect for me, and I’m free to do just about anything I wish. And what do I do ? Sit here reading about utterly revolting despicable stuff, on and on and on. Because I want people to know and to DO something about it. A rather forlorn hope, I suppose….

Left to myself, I’m quite capable of being very happy and to enjoy lovely things of all kinds. It’s unfathomable to me how the demonic corrupt scum out there function, and why they do what they do. It’s shocking to learn how many there are, and we only even see a fraction.

We seem to be trapped, ensnared, in a net of evil, and only a tiny minority are fighting for the good. This is sad and depressing. Difficult to see how it can get better, easy to see it getting constantly worse.

I decided that I need to do something therapeutic to stop myself being taken over by all the nastiness, propaganda and toxic slime. I have music, which I listen to a lot of the time, but it’s not often that I can find exactly what I would like to hear. I sort of get close, but I am not quite satisfied.

I had this problem before, which lead me to the thought, ‘Well, play your own, then it can be exactly as you like it’. Except, of course, there’s the small issue of having the talent and ability. But I always enjoyed playing instruments. Trouble is, it’s not easy when I’m typing at this keyboard and concentrating on reading. So my playing rather than listening has lapsed since the last big effort I put in.

But I think that goes with the territory. I’ve had most of a lifetime doing it and then intermittent fallow periods. Getting a breakthrough that leads to more success and pleasure, but eventually grows stale. So I need some inspiration to fire me up again.

Qunhulahl – Qagyuhl. 1914

I love old tunes and trying to play them. A good example is Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow. It’s at least centuries old, but who knows. There’s been tunes, music and dairies in Ireland for thousands of years. It’s got its own wiki page.


Here’s an example, as you’d expect there’s loads of versions on youtube


I learned an arrangement of this years ago, or half learned it. But it seems to me there’s no limit to the potential of a tune like that. You can always add greater sensitivity, feeling, nuance, and make it your own. So I have that as a sort of unfulfilled ambition lurking at the back of my mind. To be able to play it at least as well as that Bob McClean guy.

That means endless practice, until it becomes a familiar part of your being. So I’m setting myself up to have another go. I’m pretty limited as a musician, I don’t read or even understand music theory very well. But I know what I like, and if my ears and heart says it’s right, that’s good enough. One thing I love about the Irish music, it’s a living tradition, not a written down one. And they play to serve the tradition, the tunes, rather than competing to show off.

That’s very different to, say, the American bluegrass tradition, where the players take it in turns to show off their skill by stepping forward with their solo star performance. And totally different to the pop music thing where you have to be marketed as a commercial idol to get credibility.

Anyway, I do not have to worry about any of those aspects. I just do it to soothe my soul and to explore personal pleasure and sense of achievement. Partly as an antidote against all the stupid human filth and depravity out there. Perhaps I can retain whatever lingering vestiges of sanity I have remaining for a bit longer 🙂

That guy is playing with an alternative tuning, DADGAD, rather than standard EADGBE. Which raises some interesting points. All the stuff about string vibrations dates way back to Pythagoras, at least. He and his colleagues worked out the ratios and relationships between the length of a string and the sound it produced, and found the harmonic nodes, and so forth, and to play and care for a guitar, you have to know something about strings and how they behave.

I’m pretty good at that part, setting up a guitar so the action, etc, is optimal for my style of playing. There are no luthiers out here in the mountains, so I have to do the fettling myself. Which means having some knowledge of the physics and engineering and how this stuff works.

If you don’t know, the standard off the shelf set of steel guitar strings has two plain wire thin ones, the first and second, and four thicker ones, which are plain wire cores that are surrounded by a winding of thinner wire. Sometimes the third can be plain wire, but it’s usually wound.

All this is mathematical calculations, physics, engineering, practical stuff, you could go back 2,500 to visit Pythagoras and discuss with him, he’d understand exactly what you were talking about.

The perfect ideal would probably be to have just one string, but then to cover the range that the guitar has, it would need to be six times as long, and your arms would be too short to reach that perfection. So a workable compromise is necessary, some desires are sacrificed so that others can be reached. People have tried most things over the centuries.


To get your low notes on the fourth, fifth and sixth strings, they need to be heavier  gauge, so they vibrate at a lower frequency. I’m not certain why they have the plain wire core wound around with a thinner wire, rather than just being much thicker plain wire. There must be a good reason, but if I ever knew, I’ve forgotten.

Anyway, with the six strings all being different thickness and the neck length fixed, to get perfect intervals the frets really need to be in different places for every string, rather than one fret extending across to be shared by all the strings. Every note would have its own minifret placed at the exact precise point where the theory says it should be.

Guitar makers have tried that, like I said, most things have been tried. Afaik, whatever benefits are gained by getting a perfect note, they’re outweighed by all the extra hassle and expense. But then the compromise we end up with is that most notes are very slightly, or even noticeably, out of tune. Nobody bothers much. If the music sounds okay, who cares ?

But back to the non standard DADGAD tuning. If you’re going to lower the note of the open string, it’s going to be more slack, less tight, than it was meant to be when designed by the manufacturer. Again, you can get specialist strings made to suit your preferred tuning. But what if you want to change back to standard ? Are you going to change strings, or have an extra guitar set up ?

It all gets bothersome. If you want to achieve a high standard of playing, then you need the strings to be right, at the right height above the frets all the way up the neck, and having the right tension that suits your style. And what’s worse, there’s loads of non standard tunings possible. If you tune some strings higher, they’ll be unusually taut and hard to press down, and if you tune other strings lower, they’ll be slack and sloppy and rattle about.

Most players settle for one tuning and stay with it. I mean, if you’ve invested years of work learning loads of chords, and then you change your tuning, all that work is no use anymore, because those chord shapes are useless.

But, but, but, what if you really really want to use altered tunings ? Not merely out of perversity, but because they can be amazing ? Possibly my all time favourite guitarist, Alec Stone Sweet, well, I love his playing and tunes, but he doesn’t just use weird unusual tunings, he actually swaps the heaviest sixth string for a thin first string.

Which means before you can play, you’ve got to mess about changing taking strings off and replacing. And if the guitar was set up perfectly for a normal sixth, it’s not going to be set up right for a thin first string which will be loose in the slots at the bridge and nut, and generally all wrong. Unless you make adjustments. And then it’ll be wrong if you wanted your heavy sixth back.

So all this is kinda Pythogorean buggeration, it’s frustrating. Here’s one of my all time favourite guitar tunes, played by this Canadian guy, Don Rooke.



And his guitars are not tuned to standard. So if you want to play this tune, you’ve got to change your tuning, maybe even fit different strings.


I love that. Especially the duduk. I think it’s exquisite. So I want to try and learn to play it. But, the string gauge and tuning problem arises. Actually he seems to have some problem playing his own composition himself, here


Well, so much for Pythagoras. It’s now 21st century, and because the physics of sound and music is well understood after all this time, and can be described in abstract mathematical formulations, this means it can be digitised, and this means that just about any noise imaginable can be produced synthetically. You can see it portrayed on a computer screen and you can diddle about with it your heart’s content. Like Photoshop for visual imagery.

In many regards, I loathe the fact that we are all being dragged into a nightmare dystopian hell by our technology, so I’m a luddite who thinks that the best way to achieve ecological harmony, and satisfy our basic human needs is to live something like the Amish or the Russian Old Believers.

This constant innovation and evolution of technology presents us with what are zen koans, I mean the Amish wrestle constantly with what gadgets they are going to adopt, washing machines, telephones, etc, and what gadgets they will reject. At least they give the matter some thought and consideration, whereas the mainstream masses just take whatever the advertisers ram down our throats to make a profit.

I had this koan long ago, in my youth, when I had an electric guitar which I loved, and then discovered that I loved an acoustic nylon string classical type of guitar even more. So for a year or two I was bitterly opposed to all electronica. I was not alone, if anyone can recall the immense outrage at the Newport Folk Festival when the supposed trad folk singer, Bob Dylan, came on as a rocker with a solid electric guitar.

I lay in bed thinking about that, and then came Jimi Hendrix, and it seemed clear to me that I’d made a mistake, because there was no way that Hendrix exploration of electric music could be dismissed.

Anyway, I was recently pondering all this, and I had the idea that I could get a guitar synth and then I could change tunings to anything at all just by flicking a switch… This idea probably came from the Devil himself, but, you know, I’m open minded to ideas from any quarter…. hahaha…

So I’ve bought this guitar synthesiser and it’s set up and functioning. This is kind of astounding to mess with. It’s very complicated and I am old and slow on the uptake, so I struggle to get through the manual, but amazing things happen.

Like, I’ve had foot pedals before, so I know all about fuzz and wahwah and whatnot. But now, I play something on my guitar, and instead of it coming out sounding like a  guitar, it can be any of hundreds of instruments, a clarinet, sax, harmonica, or any of them combined, and then processed with any number of effects, so the number of options is bewildering and incalculable… instead of what I expect, suddenly there’s a whole string quartet accompanying every note I pick. So this is great fun !

Exhilarating to be able to do something I’ve never been able to do before.

I still have not mastered the manual, it’s a hell of a lot of work to figure out, but I’ll press on and try and get some control over it all. At least it’s getting me away from being drowned in all the nastiness and insanity of this world.

I’d share some of my fun with you. The last time that I was recording was three years ago, here. I’d forgotten all about it.


The trouble is that the recording method I had at that time was based on Apple’s Firewire connections, which are now obsolete and the system I had then no longer functions or even exists, so I’ll have to devise some new set up.

John Martyn was good on this stuff.


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313 Responses to Evil, Music, Guitar Strings, Tunes, Pythagorean Buggeration

  1. ulvfugl says:

    Must be some synchronicity, bernhard has also done an unusual blog post on music…


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    In its attempt to draw together the various strands through which slavery permeated the ancient economy, Schiavone’s chapter “Slaves, Nature, Machines” is a tour de force. At once he captures the ubiquity of slavery in the ancient economy, its unremitting brutality—for instance, private firms that specialized in branding, retrieving, and punishing runaway slaves — and, at the same time, touches the central economic questions raised by ancient slavery: to what extent was slavery crucial to the economic expansion of the period between 200 BCE and 150 AD? And did the prevalence of slavery impede innovation?

    It is impossible to do justice to the argument in a single post. Suffice to say that after much discussion, and many fascinating interludes, Schiavone suggests that ultimately the economic stagnation of the ancient world was due to a peculiar equilibrium that centered around slavery.

    One can think of this equilibrium as resting on two legs. The first is the observation that the apparent modernity of the ancient economy — its manufacturing, trade, and commerce rested largely on slave labor. The expansion of trade and commerce in the Mediterranean after 200 BC both rested on and drove the expansion of slavery. Here Schiavone notes that the ancient reliance on slaves as human automatons — machines with souls — removed or at least weakened, the incentive to develop machines for productive purposes.

    The existence of slavery, however, was not the only reason for the neglect of productive innovation. There was also a specific cultural attitude that formed the second leg of the equilibrium:

    “None of the great engineers and architects, none of the incomparable builders of bridges, roads, and aqueducts, none of the experts in the employment of the apparatus of war, and none of their customers, either in the public administration or in the large landowning families, understood that the most advantageous arena for the use and improvement of machines — devices that were either already in use or easily created by association, or that could be designed to meet existing needs — would have been farms and workshops”


  4. ulvfugl says:

    (Brought forward from previous comments)

    Thanks so much for visiting and for this thoughtful and stimulating response.

    Ian says:
    May 21, 2017 at 1:36 am (Edit)
    As best I can tell, and it’s a long subject, seeing God/Ultimate/Tao/Brahman, etc… requires an ability to go past what is normally considered “you”, things like your personality, your body, etc…

    Yes, an enormous subject, too big, whole buildings are stuffed with books on the matter.

    If I recall, without re-reading the last essay, my point was to do with what mysticism is, or how these terms, mystic, mystical, are to be correctly defined.

    Probably, anything anyone ever says about God is going to be wrong, mistaken or partial, because, in my understanding, God is something too vast and ineffable to be confined by words and ideas. But that does not mean God does not exist, or cannot be experienced. Of course, a lot rests upon what one means by that word ‘God’, and to clarify we have no choice but to use words, even when inadequate.

    I don’t disagree with your opening paragraph, I think the word is ‘transcend’ the parts ‘that are normally considered you’. But then, who does this transcending, if not the normal you, with body, mind, feelings, etc ?

    As such, a lot of the methods of mysticism (and I’m definitely more of an East Asian guy, following that stuff), gets to to loosen your grip on all that. The first step of Buddhist achievement includes “knowing you are not a body”, for example.

    This doesn’t mean getting rid of personality, etc… it means not identifying with it or caring about (or at least not caring if you care, it gets kinda meta).

    Yes, we are extremely complicated beings, especially if you add on all the various ideas and theories, and I agree that the buddhist and other wisdom traditions can begin by an analysis of what we find, so as to be able to clarify and navigate our experiences.

    So there’s a whole bunch of techniques for this. For example, Karma Yoga says “leave the results of your actions to God”, so you stop worrying about all that. Guru cults, properly run are very similar, the Guru says “I’m responsible for your enlightenment, all you have to do is what I say.” Now that can be abused, and is, but properly run it avoids a lot of traps.

    People vary tremendously, so there’s no single correct approach, individuals are at different stages in their development, some not even interested or serious, others very dedicated. There’s numerous ways that can be tailored or selected to suit anyone.

    Confucian benevolence says “just do the right thing, and don’t… yup, worry about the results.”

    A ton of personality, emotional trauma, etc… is held in your muscles. Those are held by your subconscious mind, and if you can get your subconscious to relax, the muscles let go. You become all soft and loose and so on, like most of the great mystics. Folks like Feldenkrais noted that people lose their muscle tension when hypnotized – suddenly people normally hunched over are standing straight, etc…

    So, the Saddhu Naga get their acolytes to tend the fire (which must be kept going all the time) and to chant a mantra for the first few months. Aka, they stare at a fire all day while chanting, and wind up in a trance pretty close to all their waking hours, and voila: they lose that muscle tension. Not coincidentally, they also get the chi and kundalini stuff pretty close to effortlessly. (One guy I read who was a Naga, said his master said to not even worry about Kundalini, and this is why.)

    Now, a lot of people are fucked up about their families and even if they aren’t, they are attached. What do most mystical traditions do about that? They get you to renounce. In India they have mock funerals, the old you is DEAD. Voila: all your issues about parents/family are now much easier to deal with. That guy/gal is dead, you don’t have to ever see them again, and if you do they are supposed to treat you as your new self (doesn’t always happen, however…)

    And so on and so forth. I’m overly intellectual, I like to understand what I’m doing and why, so I went and figured it out.

    That said, the big mystical experiences, yeah, it’s hard to speak of them. As the Buddhists and others say, the best words can do is point. But since the, call it understanding, one gets from mysticism seems so important, people often do try, because seeing others who are suffering when you know a way to alleviate at least some of that, makes some wish to help.

    Anyway, blah, blah. I like understanding stuff, is the crux of matter, and hopefully I’ve got these chunks more right than wrong!

    Well, I agree, or at least, do not disagree much. But there’s some difference between what might be considered as therapy, and the idea of finding and staying connected with the divine, imo. I mean, the premise of the Buddha was a philosophical analysis of the causes of suffering, not ‘how to find God’. But it turns out that the two overlap to some extent.

    You mention getting past body, and trance, and kundalini, and so forth. As I see it, these are closely related to natural states, like sleep, out of body experiences, sleep paralysis, lucid dreaming, drug experiences, and so forth. You can think of it as a maze, or an invisible territory to be mapped. I wanted to consider all that in the Soul Maps thing I wrote (in the header bar) in relation to what Leashless Gupta had said, but I never completed the task because I became too ill at that time. I ought to return and edit it all and extend to where I wanted to go. Like, almost all ethnic and spiritual traditions have their own versions of the mapping, using different terminology or what might be called ontological paradigms. So by studying and cross referencing we can get a clearer idea of the potential for human spirituality.

    You can enter, or find yourself, at different levels of consciousness, or tiers in the spiritual hierarchy, bit like Dante’s mapping which is familiar to many, and with practice, be able to choose at which level to exist and operate in daily life. So, I’d say that a mystic is someone who is devoted to that pursuit.

    Some of that is very clear to me, I can comprehend how it works and how to navigate. But other stuff, like for ‘how does one integrate the insights with human history ?’ I find very confusing. I’m not really into prophecy or eschatology, my understanding is more like a form of psychology that leads to sublime states and ease from suffering, as a practical matter. Bit like what you said about Feldenkrais (about which I am mostly ignorant).

  5. ulvfugl says:

    I think I prefer my guitar + synth 🙂

  6. ulvfugl says:

    So it seems that Julian Assange’s description one of the CIA actions as ” a historic act of devastating incompetence” is absolutely spot on.
    Today’s NYT features an article Killing C.I.A. Informants, China Crippled U.S. Spying Operations.
    Setting aside for a moment the jaw dropping arrogance the NYT displays in casting China’s defense of it society from aggressive espionage as a form of aggression, we do need to ask ourselves why the NYT arm of the deep state propaganda machine is publishing this right now. This is an official release – apparently a dozen current and former CIA/FBI ‘officials’ talked to the NYT about this massive fail (as usual under condition of anonymity – the the race will be on as to whose ‘tell all’ reaches the printer first)
    The two most obvious motives (A) that it is a piss weak attempt to gazump a wikileaks revelation right before Assange releases it or,

    (B)The gang has a strategy in place to grab the perceived mole and need to prepare the public for a show trial
    seem to be the most likely reasons for pushing this story out now at a time when the trumpet is the perp most in Homeland Security sights.

    Diverting focus away from evil Russia into evil China doesn’t appear to be a sound tactic.

    There is no upside to the story the NYT have published , in theory they could be letting it out now while no one is watching except it is a massive FAIL by CIA with no redeeming counter plot and 5 years is a pretty short period of time in espionage hanging on to secrets time, so if that were the motivator it doesn’t really make sense.
    The NYT article all but names the alleged mole towards the end of the article, so his identity will be established by less ‘august’ journals within a week IMO.
    Since the asian nation this fellow has retired to is unlikely to be north korea, maybe the release is part of an attempt to pressure the government of his host nation. We shall see.
    One last query – given that it took two years for the Chinese security services to roll up the amerikan network (presumably it took time for them to gather the proof of each traitor’s guilt, present it to China’s judiciary and be advised of the sentence) why did the CIA sit on its ass instead of grabbing their employees and protecting them?

    Posted by: Debsisdead | May 21, 2017 1:40:39 AM | 99


  7. ulvfugl says:

    Brennan is a Wahhabi Muslim.

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    With nearly the entire mainstream media apparatus at their disposal, the government is a maestro at this practice. As we learned from so-called Operation Mockingbird — a conspiracy theory fact discussed in my first post on the subject, “Conspiracy Theories That Turned Out to Be True,” — hundreds, if not thousands of news organizations have been conscripted into working with the CIA to support pro-government narratives. That was in the 1960s. One can only imagine how vast the network is now. Not to mention the fact that a single proprietary algorithm owned by Google dictates the vast majority of the population’s exposure to a subject.


    subversion Tom Servo May 21, 2017 12:25 AM
    This whole flat earth nonsense has the makings of an intelligence op to see how stupid the people really have become and how much reality they can divorce themselves from.

    813kml’s picture
    813kml subversion May 21, 2017 1:52 AM
    It’s the intersection of Creationism and convenience, God made the Earth flat so maps could fit in your pocket.

    There’s NOTHING out there, it’s ALL in your head 🙂

  11. ulvfugl says:

    CNN must be on crack or something. I simply cannot fathom a scenario in which Comey will risk perjuring himself. If he now testifies that Trump was trying to influence the investigation then it cannot be passed off as a simple misunderstanding of Senator Hirono’s question on May 3rd.


  12. ulvfugl says:

    Directly below is the ad placed in WaPo by this Jewish values organization.

    Exactly what kind of values do these people have?


    For them, we are all Amelekites.


    The public has become accustomed to media and government stories peddled without evidence, playing on shear emotion. The pseudo journalists Jew journalists of today are heavy on accusations and light on facts, especially when dealing with perceived foes of Pindostan. We’re all still waiting for the evidence about Russia’s tampering with our elections, Russia’s hacking of the DNC servers, Russia’s secret ties with Trump. Given what’s at stake, if evidence existed it would have been presented long ago, and the massive smear machine would have had a field day.


  13. marty says:

    It looks as if these gals don’t read music. One string. Beautiful!


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    Dotcom claims that Rich was the one who leaked the DNC emails to WikiLeaks — and that he knew him. The tech mogul has promised to provide more information on what he has been calling a “political murder” on Tuesday after he speaks to his lawyers.

    The last post ever made by ‘MeGrimlock4’ was about his appreciation for patriotic clothes.


  16. ulvfugl says:

    Thanks marty, a nice find. Humans have probably been doing that for half a million years or so… That would be about two million generations. 🙂


  17. ulvfugl says:

    Yesterday a group of 60 Norwegian soldiers, present in Iraq to conduct training were moved to the al-tanf border crossing from Syria into Jordan. They are present WITHOUT the permission of the sovereign government of Syria. Why are they there? My conclusion is that they are there to strengthen the “trip-wire” provided by US and UK troops intended to dissuade the R+6 from overrunning al-tanf to restores SAG control of that piece of the border and block the US coalition’s likely attempt to build a “redoubt” in SE Syria.

    At the same time it is now known that the Turkish government has begun training yet more FSA fighters in the part of Syria that Turkey occupied in its recently completed offensive in northern Syria. That offensive toward central Syria ended IMO only because its further progress was blocked by the SAA and SDF forces. The Al-Qa’ida branch in Syria is now called Hayat Tahrir al0-Sham (HTS). Even they have concluded that the most likely use to be made by the Turks for these new forces is in an invasion for Idlib Governorate. If this occurs and a “resistance” redoubt is also created in SE Syria, the stage will be set for a final drama in Syria. pl


  18. ulvfugl says:

    As we learned in 2014, all it takes is one infected individual to make it through an airport checkpoint.

    With international travel via airports, trains and cars available throughout the region, a single infected individual on an airplane could infect scores of others, who in turn could infect scores more.

    The following Ebola model from Yaneer Bar-Yam, who has successfully simulated and predicted such events as the rise of the Arab Spring, shows how an Ebola contagion may look.


    The concern, of course, was that a virus with a 90% fatality rate after infection would make its way to local American communities. As Tess Pennington notes in her Pandemic Preparedness Guide, once it’s within 50 miles of where you live, it’s time to worry and take immediate steps to isolate your family from the threat, because most people won’t realize how serious of a situation they are in:

  19. ulvfugl says:

    carmencita 0 points (+0|-0) 18 minutes ago
    What the heck? He was still in the hospital 8 hrs. later? I would think since his parents and he were practicing Jews that he would be under strict burial rules. I would think his father was already on the way or there? Something sounds fishy to me. We are almost at a year since this happened and now there is a huge outpouring from rats crawling out of their holes everywhere. Not accepting this. How many anons are there and then there is GW trying to change the narrative saying there are no attackers on the corner that Seth was pumped full of drugs and killed in a car/van and dumped out. Also someone trying to change everything about his parents as well. This is getting beyond nuts.

    [–] HollandDrive [S] 0 points (+0|-0) 7 minutes ago
    Apparently 8 hours later he was still alive and being “tended to.” Not dead yet.

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    [–] carmencita 0 points (+0|-0) 1 minute ago
    Yeah, right. How many different stories are we going to be fed. This is getting ridiculous. I am sticking with the first story. I think they are trying their best to flood as many stories as possible to make people think we are all nuts here. We will believe anything an anon comes up with or any YT Star as well. All of a sudden almost a year later? Not this babe.



  20. ulvfugl says:

    Here is an extremely rare find of tabby linen presented in “Offering with textile wrapping from a Bell Beaker sanctuary in Brodek u Prostějova, Czech Republic”.


  21. ulvfugl says:

    The most common variant of the Out of Africa Model is this: Homo sapiens emerge in Africa approximately 200,000 years ago (based on the Omo remains found in modern-day Ethiopia, which date to 195,000 years ago) and emerge from Africa approximately 100,000 years ago (1).

    Under this model, Homo sapiens would be required to stay in Africa for 100,000 years, from 200,000 to 100,000 years ago, and then emerge from Africa 100,000 years ago and reach Arctic Siberia by 45,000 years ago (2).

    This would require that for 100,000 years, advanced Homo would expand their range northward no more than 25 meters per year, and then would suddenly expand to Siberia between 100,000 and 45,000 years ago. This is at a time when the Sahara was at times a grassland and not the desert that it has been for the last eight thousand years and most of the last 70,000 years. Needless to say, this problematic scenario of complete stasis in the range of early Homo sapiens is almost never discussed by proponents of the Recent Out of Africa Model.

    Even more curious is the sudden mobility of Homo sapiens 100,000 years ago. Suddenly, from 100,000 years ago, to 45,000 years ago, Homo sapiens, under this model, expands at a rate of 250 meters per year, ten times their former dispersal rate, and reaches, as well as adapts to, Arctic Siberia 45,000 years ago.

    Some argue that the reason for this is that prior to approximately 100,000 years ago, Eurasia was occupied by other hominins and therefore, that the possibility of range expansion for Homo sapiens was blocked. It is possible that this is true, but many other scenarios, almost never explored or even considered, are plausible.


    Neat summary.

    “The modern human phenotype evolved in the Middle Pleistocene in Africa and from there expanded its range into Eurasia, reaching the Levant by around 100 ka and possibly surfacing in southern China already at 80 ka.”


    In this standard view of human evolution, H. erectus first evolved there more than 2 million years ago (see ‘Two routes for human evolution’). Then, some time before 600,000 years ago, it gave rise to a new species: Homo heidelbergensis, the oldest remains of which have been found in Ethiopia. About 400,000 years ago, some members of H. heidelbergensis left Africa and split into two branches: one ventured into the Middle East and Europe, where it evolved into Neanderthals; the other went east, where members became Denisovans — a group first discovered in Siberia in 2010. The remaining population of H. heidelbergensis in Africa eventually evolved into our own species, H. sapiens, about 200,000 years ago. Then these early humans expanded their range to Eurasia 60,000 years ago, where they replaced local hominins with a minuscule amount of interbreeding.

    A hallmark of H. heidelbergensis — the potential common ancestor of Neanderthals, Denisovans and modern humans — is that individuals have a mixture of primitive and modern features. Like more archaic lineages, H. heidelbergensis has a massive brow ridge and no chin. But it also resembles H. sapiens, with its smaller teeth and bigger braincase. Most researchers have viewed H. heidelbergensis — or something similar — as a transitional form between H. erectus and H. sapiens.

    Unfortunately, fossil evidence from this period, the dawn of the human race, is scarce and often ambiguous. It is the least understood episode in human evolution, says Russell Ciochon, a palaeoanthropologist at the University of Iowa in Iowa City. “But it’s central to our understanding of humanity’s ultimate origin.”

    The tale is further muddled by Chinese fossils analysed over the past four decades, which cast doubt over the linear progression from African H. erectus to modern humans. They show that, between roughly 900,000 and 125,000 years ago, east Asia was teeming with hominins endowed with features that would place them somewhere between H. erectus and H. sapiens, says Wu (see ‘Ancient human sites’).



    As the main external driver, environmental changes largely predetermine human population distribution, especially in the Arctic, where environmental conditions were often too extreme for human survival. Not that long ago the only evidence of human presence here was the Berelekh site in the lower reaches of the Indighirka River. This landmark dates to 13,000–12,000 years ago but it was widely accepted as documentation of the earliest stage of human dispersal in the Arctic. New research discussed here, shows that humans began colonizing the Siberian Arctic at least by the end of the early stage of MIS 3 at around 45,000 years ago. For now, this earliest known stage of human occupation in the arctic regions is documented by the evidence of human hunting. The archaeological record of continued human occupation is fragmentary; nevertheless, evidence exists for each significant phase including the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM). Siberian Arctic human populations were likely supported by the local mammoth population, which provided humans with food and raw material in the form of mammoth tusks.



    Recent studies of an increasing number of hominin fossils highlight regional and chronological diversities of archaic Homo in the Pleistocene of eastern Asia. However, such a realization is still based on limited geographical occurrences mainly from Indonesia, China and Russian Altai. Here we describe a newly discovered archaic Homo mandible from Taiwan (Penghu 1), which further increases the diversity of Pleistocene Asian hominins. Penghu 1 revealed an unexpectedly late survival (younger than 450 but most likely 190–10 thousand years ago) of robust, apparently primitive dentognathic morphology in the periphery of the continent, which is unknown among the penecontemporaneous fossil records from other regions of Asia except for the mid-Middle Pleistocene Homo from Hexian, Eastern China. Such patterns of geographic trait distribution cannot be simply explained by clinal geographic variation of Homo erectus between northern China and Java, and suggests survival of multiple evolutionary lineages among archaic hominins before the arrival of modern humans in the region.


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    When the sea level is high, continental margins are flooded under a layer of shallow water. Since the rivers are no longer able to flow, they begin to deposit the sediments they carry there. This is why so little material reaches the deep basins downstream. When the sea level is low, however, rivers erode their beds to lower the elevation of their mouth; they transfer their sediment directly to the continental slopes of the deep basins, creating an avalanche of sand and gravel. Consequently, if the variations of the sea level are known, it is possible to predict the presence of large sedimentary accumulations created by turbidites, which often contain large volumes of hydrocarbons, one of the holy grails of exploration geology.


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    Near the city of Gaza, 3,000 years ago, laid a city unlike any other in the world. The Greeks called it Rhinocolura, named for strange faces of the people who lived there – because every person there had no nose.
    These men were criminals, and Rhinocolura was their prison. The city was built by one of the kings of ancient Egypt as a punishment for thieves. The men who lived there had all been caught stealing. Their noses were cut off of their faces and they were condemned to live in this city on the edge of the desert.
    These men would never again be able to re-enter society. If one managed to escape over the city walls, his severed nose would give him away as a criminal to anyone who saw him. His only choice was to try to eke out some kind of life within the city walls. He might not change his ways, and he might go on tormenting others – but at least, the Egyptians believed, his only victims here would be his fellow criminals.


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    DarkMath 2 points (+2|-0) 1.3 hours ago (edited 1.3 hours ago)
    Of course, these people have got us monitored 24/7. They see everything.

    We’ll know the Deep State collapse has begun when

    1) we see the first evidence they’ve written Seth Rich out of History.YouTube

    2) they finally discover how to detect thought crime.YouTube


    [–] pizzaequalspedo 2 points (+2|-0) 1.6 hours ago
    Of course they are. One of their columnists was the guy who approved of Rich’s murder.

    This is so easy to see for non-sheeple.

    [–] pizzagater99 0 points (+0|-0) 1.1 hours ago (edited 1.1 hours ago)
    I think even non-sheeple are starting to see it. Individuals on reddit are doing their own research before following the front-page narrative, and coming to the right conclusion.

    In fact, I even saw a non-propaganda post about the assassination of Seth Rich on the front page.

    We must keep going!



    HollandDrive 2 points (+2|-0) 1.5 hours ago
    Gee, I’m proud of Newt Gingrich! What the heck is gonna happen to him now. This is getting weird.

    [–] HollandDrive 2 points (+2|-0) 1.6 hours ago (edited 1.3 hours ago)
    The WaPo doing this is so telling.

    “You know you’re leading the pack when the DOGS are barking at your heels.”

    [–] 2impendingdoom 1 points (+1|-0) 30 minutes ago
    JOHN PODESTA – to answer your question, why would KimDotCom wait til now to spill?

    How about because Howdy Doody is no longer your FBI puppeteer, and Loretta Tarmac Lynch is roadkill. Book your flight out while you still can, you murdering piece of shit.

    Why did your article not mention your email about making an example of the leaker? Or CTR’s use of NSA tools to dox the oppositions thought leaders?

    [–] Jem777 1 points (+1|-0) 42 minutes ago
    At this point John should just sign his own name. No one believes it and the desperation is obvious in their responses. @DarkMath you are right they are watching the problem now is they are being watched back.

    They don’t like this feeling and are squirming. The whole idea of spying on American citizens seems like a good idea until you discover they all turned around and began watching your every move….for free even! On behalf of others.



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    Nature is scary, ahahahaha

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    “Progressive” is often a word we hear bandied about to describe very destructive things.

    It’s “progressive,” for example, to believe taking responsibility for your individual thoughts, words and actions is a fool’s errand. When taken to its extreme, as it often is, many self-described progressives believe you are responsible for the actions, past and present, of your “group” — and such group, whether you like it or not, is decided for you without your input.

    And based on what group you are in, you are more responsible for some things and less responsible for others.

    So, says the uber-progressive, your individual actions don’t matter. The core of your being is morally relative. You are defined not by your peers, principles and actions — but by the things you can’t possibly choose. You are judged, rather, by those things outside of your control and those judgments are based on the whims of trendsetters, glitterati and pseudo-experts.

    Filmmaker Neel Kolhatkar did a brilliant video about this strange paradigm called Modern Educayshun. Check it out if you haven’t seen it.

    It’s also “progressive” to believe only elite academics or politicians — those people, as it happens, with the least skin in the game — are capable of saving the environment, the poor, the abused and the downtrodden from themselves.

    If only they had more money. If only they could go deeper and deeper and deeper into debt. If only the masses would just get on their knees like good little docile sheep and wisely accept their theories as unvarnished truth. If only they would get “educated.” (Another word that’s been corrupted beyond belief.)

    If only. Then, we could make real progress.

    Which is why, naturally, the progressive movement is responsible for not just the centralized power structures we behold today — but also for the biggest “vampire squid” (hat tip to Matt Taibbi) of them all… the Federal Reserve.

    To explain, we pull a chapter from Murray Rothbard’s enlightening book, The Origins of the Federal Reserve.

    Read on.


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    Expat Anarchist May 21, 2017 6:09 PM
    The BIG LIE that keeps being pushed on the USA is

    Iran supports terrorists


    Iran supports Hezbollah who is fighting to keep Israel from stealing Lebanon and Syria.

    Saudi supports and funds ISIS along with israel to depose a SECULAR eye doctor and his lovely British wife.

    Assad has been fighting the terrorists that the CIA trains and supports from Day one.

    Fact is, the USA/Saudi/israel/Qatar/turkey are the purveyours of terrorism

    NOT IRAN,.

    But lots of you idiot numbnuts here buy the Iran story. Totally brainwashed,.

    I bet ZERO of you have ever been to Iran, I have, twice on business, and I liked it.,

    I was also in Saudi in early 90’s and believe me I was afraid to leave my hotel. They like to take people and push them to the front to make you watch their beheadings.

    Saudi needs to be made a glass parking lot.

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    DougDiggler said…
    I don’t think the Norwegian public would be terribly pleased if their soldiers were killed in Syria on a mission that was illegal under international law and cannot be easily explained. I am referencing how Italy, Japan and Spain all opted out of the US “coalition of the willing” after sustaining losses in Iraq. However, I also feel that the degree to which NATO member states seem to be mere hostages to the More Powerful Member of NATO compared to 10+ years ago might mean that Norwegian outrage or anger amounts to nothing and the wishes of the Norwegian public amount to a piss in the wind compared to the needs and requirements of the Hyperpower. Anybody have anything to add to my thoughts or correct me if I am mistaken?

    Reply 21 May 2017 at 01:53 PM

    Fred said…
    It looks like Turkey and Germany aren’t on the best of terms, though I don’t how this might affect developments in Syria (if it has any at all).
    Reply 21 May 2017 at 02:07 PM

    BraveNewWorld said…
    I don’t see how the R+6 advances much further on al-tanf with out air support. The US has shown that it is willing to use theirs and the Russians have shown they aren’t if the air is contested.

    That leaves 3 scenarios as far as I can see. The R+6 abandon the op. Stopping isn’t an option as it would leave to many fighters twiddling their thumbs in the desert. They could progress but avoid al-tanf possibly leaving it besieged. But in that scenario the US will just slowly pick them off from the air. Third the R+6 keeps moving and we are into WW III.

    Cutting a cheque for nearly half a trillion dollars to the US sure has had the desired effect for the Saudis. I would love to hear what gets said about this behind closed doors at the NATO meeting.

    Reply 21 May 2017 at 02:29 PM

    walrus said…
    the norwegians are not just any tripwire, they are a NATO tripwire. al tanf needs to be taken lest it become a forming up place (assembly area) inside Syria for a coalition force with the objective of establishing an eastern syrian protectorate.

    this is a legal fig leaf tactic in my opinion – if the force assembles inside syrian territory then it can be argued in the UN that no invasion has occurred since the force did not cross the border.

    judging by trumps riyadh speech,it now seems that the deplorables faith in him eschewing further war was misplaced.

    Reply 21 May 2017 at 04:08 PM


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    * Much of the metallurgy technology package that will subsequently be spread across Europe by people with significant steppe ancestry was probably first developed in the Caucasus mountains area.

    * The source of the steppe farming and herding package is less obvious, with David Anthony making a fairly solid case from archaeology in The Horse, The Wheel and Language for a basically Balkan origin of farming and herding technologies on the steppe. In general, there is considerable confusion among historical linguists and pre-historians over why Proto-Indo-European seems to have so many horticulture specific and maritime shared root words for a society often conceptualized as made up of herders. Hunter-gatherers tend to transition much more easily to a pastoralist lifestyle (i.e. herding) than to horticulture that requires a much greater lifestyle and worldview change. But, the Early European Farmer autosomal DNA does not show up in Steppe populations until the Middle Bronze Age, so it is hard to seem Balkan farmers playing an important demic role in the formation of the steppe genotype.

    * The Caucasus mountains is also one possible source of a religious theme of a fire cult (also here) that is visible in the Zoroastrian religion which was established by Indo-Iranians (although also possibly in BMAC temples in the Harappan trade network and there is some linguistic evidence to support the idea that they shared a language with the Harappans from substrate words in Indo-Iranian and Indo-Aryan languages), although the center of gravity of this cult seems further east and later in time to be a good fit. A possibly residual fire cult can also be found in the cult of Hephaestus in the Aegean (with parallels in both Indo-European and non-Indo-European deities elsewhere in the region), although Hephaestus may have pre-Mycenean Greek roots as this blacksmith god is closely associated with the island of Lemnos which was one of the last non-Indo-European language hold outs in the region which was spoken until the 6th century BCE. The God’s deformity is characteristic of Bronze Age rather than Iron Age smiths, who were often poisoned by arsenic associated with tin needed to make Bronze.

    The link between Caucasian brides and the people of the Pontic-Caspian steppe which is pretty much the only credible source of the main expansion (at least) of the Indo-European languages, however, is complicated.

    Did Caucasian brides and their children come to speak their husband’s steppe language? Or, could Indo-European be a Caucasian origin language passed from mother to child on the steppe?

    The Caucasian mountains are currently home to several families of non-Indo-European languages that appear in a variety of respects (e.g. elaborate grammar and uncommon phonemes) to relict languages from a very long time ago (probably back at least to the early Neolithic in the region) that have not been heavily influenced by language contact or first language learners in highly isolated mountain valleys. The evidence from ancient mtDNA tends to confirm population genetic continuity in the Caucasus, although the ancient Y-DNA evidence seems to show more change over time.

    So, the former hypothesis, that brides and their children came to speak their husband’s language, seems more likely and has some corroboration in the pattern observed in similar situations that are historically attested.

    One possibility is that Southern steppe people were not originally Indo-Europeans and had a strongly Caucasian influenced language (possibly related to Minoan and Basque), but that northern steppe people were Indo-Europeans. The fact that early Iberian Bell Beaker culture people seem to largely lack steppe ancestry, even though non-Iberian Bell Beaker people have it to a great degree, however, complicates the story.

    New ancient DNA to come from ancient Minoans (non-Indo-European pre-Greeks of Crete), Mycenaeans (the first Greek speaking people of the Aegean), Maykop culture people (a technological source culture at the foothills of the Caucasus mountains near the Black Sea coast), and Harappans (pre-Indo-Europeans of the Indus River Valley civilization) will help shed some light on the different possible hypotheses in the near future.


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    When the fucking EU bankers are able to do this, destroy a whole country and its people, by legalised theft, because its powerless to fight back, why is anyone surprised by Brexit, that sane people want to get the hell out of the European Union….

    What follows then will be a wholesale confiscation by the government of any asset whose source, origins and funding can not be explained.


  39. ulvfugl says:

    In 1992, Anna Nicole Smith, stripper of that absurd place in Texas called Mexia, started her so-called modeling career at Hugh Hefner’s Playboy Mansion. Out of all the beautiful women of HollyWeird and the World, Hugh Hefner sent Anna Nicole Smith a plane ticket out of town to join his stable of blood oath covenant guest playmates at the mansion. The Playboy Mansion is a state of the art CIA MK ULTRA Factory.
    “The “White Rabbit”GIFin Disney’s primary MK Prog’mg film “Alice In Wonderland” reinforces MK Prog’mg (ALTERS) or mind files as does Playboy bunny logo for Hugh Hefner’s MK factory, Playboy Enterprises …”
    Within a year, out of Hefner’s stable of women, it was Anna Nicole Smith of Mexia that rose to a high level ultra secret multiple personality disorder (MPD) mind controlled Presidential Model. In 1993, Hefner anointed her as the PLAYMATE OF THE YEAR.
    In August 1994, Smith’s Playboy Mansion handlers married her off to wheelchair bound 89 year old Texas oil tycoon, J. Howard MarshallGIF, believed to worth $500 million. Marshall was described as a fascist oil tycoon and a Hitler devotee.
    On September 7, 2006, Smith gave birth to Dannielynn Hope Marshall Stern in Nassau, Bahamas. J. Howard Marshall died August 4, 1995. Smith died February 8, 2007. After the birth of Dannielynn and the death of Smith, Prince von Anhalt stepped forward to claim her as his natural child. He claimed to have had a secret ten-year sexual relationship with Smith.
    The Little Diabolical EVIL Genius SS Gruppenführer ClaubergJPG


    The sheer scale and audacity of this psychopathic masterplan shocked Hitler, who said “Today I met the Antichrist – he was cruel and intrepid and he frightened me!” following his meeting with the British Prince Carl Eduard Coburg. Much of what I have just written has been deliberately airbrushed from the history books. The E.U. undemocratic superstate government is the end-game in this masterplan, devised and funded by royal psychopaths. No wonder Buckingham Palace have not uttered a word about how British people’s rights have been taken away bit-by-bit by the E.U. – the E.U. is their long-term plan – to grab and control the ancient nations of Europe, to mortally inflict high rates of VAT on all small businesses, and to engineer yet more wars where the brightest, youngest and fittest die on the battlefields.

    Mad_As_Hell 10 points (+10|-0) 1.8 hours ago
    Didn’t the bar owner Seth Rich was last talking to say he was on his way to a place called the Wonderland Club when he left? Some kind of creepy code?

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    [–] HelpinHand 5 points (+5|-0) 1.4 hours ago
    What happened the night of the murder?

    The 27-year-old computer voting specialist was last seen July 10, 2017 by the manager of a bar he frequented in the Columbia Heights neighbourhood in Washington DC.

    It was a muggy night in the nation’s capital and Mr Rich had been venting that night to his bartender about the difficulties of balancing his 12-hour-a-day job with his love life.

    After the bar closed around 1:45 am, the manager offered to call Mr Rich a cab to take him the mile-or-so to his house, but he refused and said he’d prefer to walk and was thinking about stopping by the nearby Wonderland Ballroom, according to police.

    Some reports indicated that Mr Rich was highly intoxicated when he left the first bar, and it wasn’t later confirmed that he had actually stopped by the Wonderland Ballroom. What is evident, though, is that he chose to walk home through several dicey blocks in an area of town that was quickly gentrifying and seeing a surge in reports of crime.

    Mr Rich was shot and killed around 4:20 am while on the phone with his girlfriend. What he did for the roughly two and a half hours between leaving that first bar and getting killed remains unclear.


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    Davein Texas5 hours ago
    The driest most fabulous sarcasm I have heard in quite a while re the CIA.
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    Rich Seng
    Rich Seng5 hours ago
    Yeah, a franchise called “Murder, Inc.” Great.
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    Shawna Wolfe5 hours ago
    Rich Seng… Exactly
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    Thunder4 hours ago
    People should search Murder Inc. if they don’t know it’s the real nickname for the deadliest mob ever.
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    zarah drew3 hours ago
    Above average janitorial service ?

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    It is believed that up to a half of the Cherokee Nation could be descendants of Ludovick Grant, a laird’s son from Creichie in Aberdeenshire. Grant was captured while fighting for the Jacobite army in the battle of Preston in 1715 and was due to be hanged but he escaped death and instead was transported to South Carolina, where he was an indentured servant. Following his release from his seven years of servitude, he began working as a trader for the Cherokee people and ended up marrying into the tribe and producing a daughter who became the ancestress of a huge proportion of Cherokees.

    In 2004 Cree families from Canada travelled to the Orkney Islands tracing a 200-year genetic link back to the Scottish Islands.

    Although the traditional ways of life of both peoples were all but wiped out by colonisation and industrialisation, Highland and Native American culture endured.

    Even as Britain and the USA destroyed tribal societies they created romantic images of the people.

    Highland culture was no longer a byword for savagery but came to represent Scottish culture as a whole in the eyes of people inside and outside Scotland.

    Native Americans were transformed by paintings and literature into a heroic foe, defeated by a great nation and the barbarity of what happened to them was glossed over in favour of an imagined, nostalgic past.


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    This is the Demagog party, folks … what a bunch of classless lowlifes …


    Who’s got Rich’s computer? Let’s do the forensic work and get on with it. But the WaPo and the other bogus news organizations aren’t interested in such matters because it doesn’t fit with their political agenda. They’d rather take potshots at Fox for running an article that doesn’t square with their goofy Russia hacking story. This is a statement on the abysmal condition of journalism today. Headline news has become the province of perception mandarins who use the venue to shape information to their own malign specifications, and any facts that conflict with their dubious storyline, are savagely attacked and discredited. Journalists are no longer investigators that keep the public informed, but paid assassins who liquidate views that veer from the party line. WikiLeaks never divulges the names of the people who provide them with information. Even so, Assange has not only shown an active interest in the Seth Rich case, but also offered a $20k reward for anyone providing information leading to the arrest and conviction of Rich’s murder. Why?


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    After the last election, the far-left in our society became a laughing stock. The social justice warriors, the progressives, the regressive left; whatever you want to call them, they became a joke after Trump was elected. And it wasn’t because they lost the election. It was because of how they reacted to losing. We all witnessed what amounted to a nationwide temper tantrum on November 9th. And in the weeks that followed, it became apparent that these people aren’t just childish. They are freaking insane.

    However, it may surprise you to learn that these people aren’t just a joke in America. They are the laughing stock of the world. They are looked down upon, even in countries where they don’t have a significant presence.


    Socratic Dog Reverend.Pajama.Pants May 22, 2017 2:44 AM
    Does it not occur to you that the baizou are the mouthpieces of jews? Or actually jews? That’s where all this shit comes from, and it’s designed very specifically to gut the white race. That’s who and what they’re speaking for.

    Someone on another thread today said he’s come across “no white men allowed” days in his local supermarket, coz white privilege ‘n shit. Fucking baizou.

    I’m curious to know who came up with the plan to infiltrate that jewish guy, Aric whatever ?, into Deep Green Resistance, to promote the LGBT agenda which very effectively sabotaged the whole point of what DGR was about ?

    E-Knight order66 May 21, 2017 10:45 PM
    The sad thing is, the left used to stand for decent things: working conditions, the environment, and anti-war.

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    Squid-puppets a… E-Knight May 21, 2017 11:48 PM
    yes, they used to be the Humanists. But they got authority, then they got drunk on that authority, and now Humanist disasters can occur on their watch and they will ignore it as the social-climbing of political correctness (and the social death terror of being seen as incorrect) has too impenatrable a grip on their ego complex

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    NoDebt E-Knight May 21, 2017 11:27 PM
    The word “liberal” in the political sense would be unrecognizable to somebody from the 60s.

    I’m that somebody…

    Reverend.Pajama… E-Knight May 22, 2017 12:44 AM
    The baizou long ago drove all the real environmentalist?s out of the American Green parties.

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    Squid-puppets a… E-Knight May 21, 2017 11:46 PM
    lol thats funny, my perception was the environmentalists were the only part of the Left that still makes sense anymore (notwithstanding that globalists are feeding them bullshit statistics to throw them off course)

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    techpriest Squid-puppets a-go-go May 22, 2017 12:16 AM
    Nah, they overlook major environmental disaster while pumping the hell out of the only environmental issue that would give them more power.

    Large swaths of the Gulf of Mexico are killed off by ag runoff, agrochemicals are killing bees, and cities are designed to require cars. None of these issues ever come up – it’s all about creating a carbon tax so Al Gore can get his cut.

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    Colonel E-Knight May 21, 2017 11:10 PM
    That’s all lefTARDS ever do about anything or anyone they claim to “care” about, pay lip service.

    meditate_vigorously NoDebt May 22, 2017 1:12 AM
    That is completely ignorant. Soros is a lieutenant for the Rothschilds. His money came from them. They own him.

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    Horrified parents in Rochdale called the police after one of the paedophile grooming gang members was spotted back on the streets where he had preyed on young victims.

    And neighbours say one shocked victim even came face to face with the man who had abused her – after he had been released from prison.

    Locals are said to have confronted one of them hours after an episode of Three Girls on BBC1 detailed how the gang targeted and raped teenagers,


  48. ulvfugl says:

    The fact that the Fake News Washington Post is immediately dismissing as “conspiracy theory” the legitimate questions asked by Newt Gingrich on Fox and Friends Sunday about the murder of Seth Rich is a huge signal that the leftists don’t want it investigated. That would be the same individuals who likely discovered that he was leaking email information to WikiLeaks and who may have some involvement in or knowledge of the events surrounding and responsibility for his murder. His body was just another in the long line of suspicious deaths associated with Clinton scandal and lawbreaking.

    In what appears to be an obvious attempt to knock the story down before Mueller is forced to include it in his investigation, the Washington Post wrote, “Former House speaker Newt Gingrich, a stalwart supporter of President Trump, used a Sunday-morning appearance on ‘Fox and Friends’ to spread the conspiracy theory that former Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich was killed last year to cover up the true story of how WikiLeaks obtained tens of thousands of hacked Democratic Party emails.


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    Of course Comey was not highly respected, the opposite is true. As for not thinking it was a wise thing to say and not knowing why someone would do such a thing, McCain might research his own comments from 2013 in which he labeled three of his fellow Republicans, Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Rand Paul (R-KY) along with Rep Justin Amash (R-MI) as “Whacko Birds.”

    He also described Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov as, “nothing but a propagandist” who “had no business in the Oval Office.” Maybe the demented Senator would like to be the gatekeeper for the President, that way he could keep all those leaders he doesn’t like out and prevent any conversations with them. He’d much rather go to war with Russia than talk to them.

    Perhaps McCain’s befuddled brain can still think back two months ago to March when he derided Senator Paul, from the lectern of the Senate Floor, saying, “The Senator from Kentucky is now working for Vladimir Putin” because he voted in opposition to the entry of Montenegro to NATO. Senator Paul’s much more or at least as highly regarding as the former FBI Director, and there’s nothing worse in the mind or vocabulary of John McCain than being equated with the “evil Ruskies.” Maybe he would like to explain the reason for that personal shot below the belt.


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    I forgot to mention in the essay, this is the gadget that I am messing about with… or perhaps ‘fighting with’ would better express the experience… I WILL win ! 🙂

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    “GEMARA. … Rab said: Pederasty with a child below nine years of age is not deemed as pederasty with a child above that. Samuel said: Pederasty with a child below three years is not treated as with a child above that. (2) What is the basis of their dispute? Rab makes nine years the minimum; but if one committed sodomy with a child of lesser age, no guilt is incurred. Samuel makes three the minimum.”

    The Talmud, the “holy book” of Judaism


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    Some of the world’s most exotic animals could be extinct within months, conservationists have warned, with future generations growing up in a world without many of the species that are alive today.


    Assumes that there will be future generations, and that we are not going to be extinct ourselves… This seems to me to be an unwarranted assumption, considering all of the indications.

    More than 23,000 species are on the IUCN Red List threatened with extinction, including 41 per cent of the world’s amphibians, 25 per cent of mammals and 13 per cent of birds.

    Numbers of vaquita – dubbed the panda of the sea – have dropped by 90 per cent since 2011 because the porpoise are getting tangled in illegal fishing nets.

    There are only 30 now left in the wild, and all live in Mexico’s Gulf of California. Conservationists have warned they could be extinct by the autumn if the Mexican government does not do more to protect the area.

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    The last 10 months were the driest July to April for southern England in records stretching back more than 100 years, figures reveal.

    April was “exceptionally” dry with most of the UK seeing less than half the average rainfall, the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH) said.

    Some parts of southern England and eastern Scotland had less than a fifth of the normal rainfall for the month, it said.

    For the UK overall, April was joint ninth driest in records dating back to 1910, recording 49 per cent of average rainfall. Only the Highlands saw more rain than the 1981-2010 average.

    The southern region of England registered its driest July-to-April period in the records, the CEH said.

    As a result soils were dry, river flows were substantially below average for most of the UK, and most aquifers in south-east England were below normal, the CEH’s monthly hydrological summary for the country showed.


    Is this weather, or climate ?

    As I understand it, to decide which, you need to put the data for each year over the hundred years onto a graph, and then look to see if it shows a trend. If the trend extends over 30 years or more, then we’re talking about climate. But otherwise, because the system varies all the time, (within limits), because there are so many factors involved, it could be just the peculiar weather this year.

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    “Trump & 55 Muslim-majority states sign pact pledging 34,000 troops to fight ISIS in Iraq & Syria” — RT — 5/22/17


    Posted by: blues | May 22, 2017 7:18:53 AM | 35


    I’m suspicious that this move is a ploy to attack Assad’s Syria, rather than ISIS, but we shall see… We’ve heard this sort of crap before. The Saudis were going to send tens of thousands of troops, and all that happened was an exercise in their own desert.

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    This raises several questions. First, if Kim Dotcom knew that Seth Rich was, in fact, the WikiLeaks source, why is he just now coming forward with such information? Second, while Seth Rich may explain the DNC leaks we still don’t know who is responsible for the “Podesta Files” which we’re certain will continue to be attributed to “Russian hackers.”

    Which leads to the most improtant queistion of all: is this all just another fake news diversion, or is there more to the Seth Rich murder?


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    This recent article is about a London school headteacher Adam Pettitt who wants to allow boys to wear skirts to school.

    Boys could be allowed to wear skirts at a north London private school if a plan for gender neutral uniforms comes in.

    Who is Adam Pettitt?

    And he has a number of interesting friends. Here he is with Simon Cowell and Sir Peter Green

    Sir Peter Green knows the McCanns as was recently discussed in this post: Must check out! Why are these senators wearing pizza socks with the exact triangle boy lover symbol!!? Maybe we need to look into these senators! and here’s a not so subtle article from the Daily Mail which loosely imply connections with Jeff Epstein : Sir Shifty vs Cap’n Bob: After the disgraced BHS tycoon is compared to Robert Maxwell, just how similar are the two (very) fat cats?

    and here is Sir Green with Bill Clinton and Elizabeth Hurley at a party in Russia

    This whole region of London is on the doorstep of Tavistock Institute and clinic. Indeed in this post on the Hampstead children I point out that previous residents of the property that Ricky Dearman, Ella and the children lived at include people who worked for Tavistock. One example being Professor Ilana Crome nee Glass.


    The (((usual suspects))) and their satanic friends.



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    The Saudis and their Wahhabi brethren in Qatar are the root of extremist Takfiri terrorism all over the world. They finance the most radical and brutal groups of conservative Muslim head-choppers. This includes the Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan, the culprits of 9/11, al-Qaeda, ISIS and whatever may be their next incarnation.

    The U.S. knows this. Trump knows this. An email Hillary Clinton sent to her election campaign manager John Podesta correctly noted:

    […] the governments of Qatar and Saudi Arabia, [..] are providing clandestine financial and logistic support to ISIL and other radical Sunni groups in the region.
    Trump prostitutes the U.S. and himself to the Saudi Wahhabi nuts to sell them more weapons. He hopes this will help him to fulfill his “jobs, jobs, jobs” promise to his voters. But half of the announced $110 billion deal is supposed to flow into “local content” of those weapons. It will have to be produced in Saudi Arabia. It is a way for the Saudis to build their own independent weapon industry with U.S. know-how. Over a decade or two the country will have achieved some independent production capabilities and will thereby be harder to control by potential weapon embargoes. It will proliferate its products to its terrorist proxies. The weapon deal is shortsighted and bad long-term policy.

    The Saudi family dictatorship fears the Iranian example of a democratic political system within a Muslim constitutional framework. Iran’s example threatens the justification of al-Saud family rule. Soon after the revolution in Iran the Sauds started a war by proxies against the country. The Iraqi-Iranian war was instigated and financed by Saudi money with the help of the U.S. and British oil interests. When that war failed to defeat Iran the Saudis moved their fight into a sectarian framework.

    They depict the Iranians as Shia unbelievers who are not real Muslims. They claim that their own Sunni-Wahhabi sect represents a majority view in the Muslim world. This is far from the truth even though Saudi money is doing its best to convert mainstream Sufi-Muslims societies like Indonesia into Wahhabi protectorates. It is funny how “western” analysts repeat the “Sunni majority” claptrap but never point out that Shia Muslims are actually the majority in the relevant Persian Gulf region.

    The only sectarian forces in Iraq, Syria, Yemen and other places in the Middle East are ISIS and other Saudi financed “rebels”. The Saudis claim that the Iranians are “terrorists” and “sectarians” only to divert from their own misdeeds. If the Saudis would really want to “combat extremist ideology” they would have to commit suicide. That indeed would solve the problem.

    The east-European colonists in Palestine do their best to promote and amplify the Saudi view of the Saudi-Iranian fight. As longs as Arabs and Persians are busy with each other they will have no time to evict the Zionist occupiers. Their mouthpieces in the U.S. are now trying to convert the U.S. fight against the terrorists of ISIS into a fight against Iran. Witness the neoconservative propagandist Josh Rogin in today’s Washington Post:


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    The Israelis are a bit shaky about this? Well, pilgrims, they should be. They have spent a lot of time and effort and a fairly limited amount of money constructing an apparat in AIPAC that successfully manipulates both US policy and public opinion. And now the Saudis have simply bought the same thing with all that money? This must be disheartening for the Israelis and their supporters in the US.
    The “rub” will come of course when the Saudis try to crack the whip over Trump. pl


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    sauldaddy May 22, 2017 12:19 PM
    The CIA through Project MKULTRA used children to have sex with high ranking government officials in order to blackmail them, they also have hookers on there payroll who drug tricks with LSD while the Agents watch through 2 way mirrors. So yeah they have the DIRT on the entire pos government . If the CIA blackmailed its own government using children wtf. Do you think the Mossad would do???? Now you know why Bush let IsrAhell get away with 911 don’t you????

    You can read all about it here.
    A must read and must share

    Aubiekong May 22, 2017 11:59 AM
    And the elite/Bankers who control the MSM/DNC/RNC will ensure that no one of importance will go to jail and that there will be little to no coverage of this story.

    meditate_vigorously May 22, 2017 11:54 AM
    Pizzagate, Seth Richards, Hillary emails and much more. All of these have been quite obviously suppressed and covered up at the highest levels. The government is a crime cartel and has no legitimacy.

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    Rebel yell May 22, 2017 11:53 AM
    Funding the psychopathic war machine to the tune of $1trillion a year and letting people starve is satanic!!! Out of mercy hopefully there will be national suicide centers where people can line up for free elephant opioids that the CIA has been selling to the national youth!!!
    Ground Zero earth / peak plutonium / there is no exit, no answer, and no Santa Claus!
    The Blob!!!! We have 70,000 metric tons of nuclear waste from nuclear energy and 13,000 metric tons from weapons production!!!

    A fast breeder reactor like the type used in France will create twice the amount of original fuel within ten years.

    There is no safe way to store nuclear waste! Our ancestors have left us in an uninhabitable world! There is no solution! We are experiencing a nuclear meltdown from decay heat at the Hanford Site. This site was intended to be emptied by 2018! There is no solution, no answer, and no exit!

    Radioactive waste produces more radioactive waste in the process of nuclear fission! An unstoppable chain reaction began when plutonium was first processed for weapons:



    Every thing is science fiction, and I ought to know- The Cars from I’m In Touch With Your World.

    The Blob, The Smog Monster, Soylent Green, 1984, The Day After, Brave New World, Mad Max, Water World, The Matrix, and thanks establishment , have a nice day:)


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    JLee2027 May 22, 2017 11:52 AM
    The Obama White House tried to take down Kim Dot Com with that illegal raid using snipers, helicopters, and tanks over copyright claims and now Kim Dot Com looks to be the one who will destroy the Democrats for all time?

    This guy and Seth Rich are heroes of humanity if this happens.

    california chrome May 22, 2017 12:17 PM
    I’ve been glued to George Webb’s riveting youtube channel before it took the ratline turn to Seth Rich.

    It’s all going to come together and Webb will be known as a national hero not just a treasure.

    Timeline Pinned by George Webb (slightly edited below)

    REPOSTING: Mon APR 18: John Jones pushed in front of train and dies.

    Wed MAY 11: Michael Ratner dies of cancer

    Thu MAY 12: WSJ reveals Clinton charity giving millions to Scott Kleeb (SR’s former employer)

    Sun JUN 12: Assange interview “More leaks to come”

    Sat JUN 18: Guccifer 2.0 leak of DNC donors

    Wed JUN 22: John Ashe dies (barbell accident)

    Sun JUN 26: Creighton Grad Simone Sanders quits as Bernie’s National Press Secretary

    Tue JUN 28: Suit filed by Shaun Lucas George says: “The last tranche has gone” approx in here

    Fri JUL 01: Shaun Lucas serves the DNC

    Sat JUL 02: Hillary meets with FBI to answer questions about private email server. HOLIDAY WEEKEND

    Tue JUL 05: Seth Rich hears he will join Hillary’s Campaign and go to Brooklyn? James Comey says Hillary was careless in handling of email.

    Wed JUL 06: AG Loretta Lynch says Clinton won’t be charged.

    Thu Jul 07: State Dept reopens email server investigation

    Sun JUL 10: Seth Rich killed in early morning hours

    Tues July 12: Sanders caves and endorses Hillary

    Mon Jul 18 Robbie Mook going on Morning Joe first thing Monday morning after the emails dropped the weekend before the DNConvention… He could barely keep straight face accusing Russia of hacking into the DNC system… Joe actually laughed out loud saying “come on” and they both had another chuckle! By the end of the day it was front page news everywhere and the meme was born (as George says, the plot had been hatched by the entire braintrust of reptiles over several weeks and the key players were all ready to play their part in the Corporate News propaganda media!

    Fri JUL 22: Wikileaks publishes 19,252 emails and 8,034 attachments from the DNC

    Sat JUL 23: DN Convention begins in Philadelphia

    Mon JUL 25: Joe Montano dies

    Tue JUL 26: DebbieWS Resigns JUL Late: FBI starts investigation intoTrump links to Russia and to Russian ‘hackers’

    Thu JUL 28: Class Action suit is filed

    FRI JUL 29: Court filing shows that FBI turned over “thousands of documents” to State Dept as part of the email investigation.

    Sat JUL 30: Clinton goes on Fox and brags that Comey believes her to be “truthful”

    Tue AUG 02: Shawn Lucas dies & “Heads Roll at DNC” 3 fired

    Tue AUG 09: Wikileaks offers $20K reward for SR killer and Assange hints at DNC connection to killer in TV Interview.

    Sat AUG 20: Assange implies Seth Rich was source

    Tue AUG 30: Assange/Pilger interview

    SEP ??: Craig Murray says he received a “clandestine handoff” Wash DC

    Sat SEP 17 Eric Braverman goes missing?

    Fri OCT 07: Wikileaks publishes John Podesta emails daily through 10/31

    Mon OCT 17: Pamela Anderson brings Assange a sandwich.

    Sat OCT 22: Death of Gavin MacFayden

    Tue NOV 01 Shawn Lucas’ cause of death released compiled from multiple commenters below drop more and I will add them…Thanks to NetHoax&JayM&cheesymogul et


    Lots of metadata connecting dead people to the Clinton campaign but none to Trump’s campaign.

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    dexter_morgan california chrome May 22, 2017 12:19 PM
    LOL, look at all the mysteriously dead people connected with the Clintons over 40 years – I’ve lost track of the count, but well over 50

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    D7z May 22, 2017 11:28 AM
    No other media investigates this cases and all surrounding swamp coming from HRC then George Webb on youtube, check him out if u rly want to know more, its just awesome how much time he invests investigating at those places where it happened…

    JerseyJoe May 22, 2017 11:21 AM
    Maybe they are really worried about this loose end:

    ER Doc Who Operated on Seth Rich Says He Was OK Until … , 1639

    SRV May 22, 2017 11:07 AM
    After clearly being compromised, or convinced it was their patriotic duty to dismiss anything but the official story, the parents came out this weekend with a video doing a complete 180!

    Father said nothing but hugged his wife while she (almost tearfully) thanked all the people on the internet investigating the case… after a year of stonewalling by the DC Police (does anyone know the Chief of DC Police resigned one month after the murder)!

    George Webb has this case cracked… the manager of the Bar Seth was at has a very different story and it seems the entire crowd in “Seth’s Bar” (a little sports bar he was a regular at) is happy to see an actual investigation.

    It was just a few days after the DNC dump… and Podesta is caught in one of his emails saying he was good with making an example of a leaker, proof or no proof!

    Prolly not talkin’ about a 3 day suspension…

    Remember the quote from Hillary after the Lauer Town Hall, where he changed up one of the questions on her (and it was a tough one… lol). NBC crew sources said she had such a meltdown they could hear some of the screaming from their closed room… including “if this fucking moron wins we’re all going to jail” and “get me the CEO of NBC on the phone” (don’t all candidates get to ream the CEO of a debate host Media Giant).

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    Grandad Grumps May 22, 2017 10:54 AM
    Was dirty Debbie fired because she contracted for the murder or because it was not done right?

    Supposedly the ER doctor expected Seth Rich to live. But he mysteriously died overnight. More intrigue or more fake shit?

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    SRV Grandad Grumps May 22, 2017 11:21 AM
    There will be all kinds of distractions and phony stories put out to trash any investigating.

    After a year, DC Police haven’t even released the name of the hospital… not a word after the initial coordinated story was given to the media last July. Robbery gone bad, nothing to see here… and enlisting the family and a supposed friend to do an interview slamming anyone asking questions about the hit as low life conspiracy theorists… the father simply said “we will not speak about any of that”. They did a 180 a few days ago, thanking everyone online working to find the truth in a video (expect a retraction any minute).

    This week should be chock full of fake evidence presented by the $30,000 an day Cable News Shills supporting the Deep State as cracks appear in the almost forgotten story.


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    Two loud explosions were reported this evening at Manchester Arena by people attending a pop concert by Ariana Grande in an event that Greater Manchester Police is now describing as ‘serious’. Members of the public have been advised to avoid the arena.


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    Graphic pictures: Yemeni troops annihilate entire Sudanese contingent paid by Saudi Arabia … the first of the 34,000?

    the plutocrats of us/nato and il/ksa unite in hiring one-half of the world’s poorest, most impoverished peoples to kill the other half. just as jay gould bragged he’d done.

    doesn’t it make you proud to be an american? the citizen of a nato country? a saudi? an israeli?

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    Update 3: BBC is reporting that authorities are treating the explosion as a terror incident.

    “We were making our way out and when we were right by the door there was a massive explosion and everybody was screaming,” Catherine Macfarlane told Reuters.

    “It was a huge explosion – you could feel it in your chest. It was chaotic. Everybody was running and screaming and just trying to get out of the area.”
    * * *

    Update 2: NBC News confirms the BBC’s report that there are at least 20 dead – Eye witness on BBC says 20 to 30 people injured and dead in the box office area of Manchester Arena.


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    turcopolier said…

    You don’t seem to have understood my post. The Saudis think they will either get his compliance with their wishes or they will start dragging their feet on all this money. they will do this by delaying projects, trenches of payments and all the other tricks that they and their foreign kafir advisers will come up with. None of Trump’s people seem to have ever done business with Arabs. I am surprised that Tillerson does not see this. You can be sure that the Israelis see it. pl

    Reply 22 May 2017 at 04:05 PM

    Les said…
    Trumps speaks openly about what many have observed about Israel and Saudi Arabia. They have common geopolitical aspirations.


    While the Saudis aspire to dominate the region, US and Israel may prefer extended chaos as it would further arms sales and force the Arab states to produce more oil.

    Reply 22 May 2017 at 04:11 PM

    Keith Harbaugh said in reply to Sam Peralta…
    Mr. Peralta, you didn’t ask my opinion, but I’ll give it anyway.
    Precisely the same reason that accounts for
    the vast social changes that have occurred in the U.S. since the 50s and 60s.
    The rising economic, political, and social power of American Jews.
    If you want documentation/substantiation on how vast that rise has been,
    see the book
    Jewish Power: Inside The American Jewish Establishment
    by J.J. Goldberg

    Reply 22 May 2017 at 05:48 PM

    turcopolier said…

    You are correct in thinking that the Saudis cannot employ the new military equipment. They have a permanent demographic problem in that they do not have enough men of Saudi nationality to man their present forces. As a result their units are always very undermanned and have little military utility except for the regular force of SANG who are all desert beduin with a record of tribal loyalty to the Saudi regime. They are always forced to rely on seconded foreign military like Pakistanis or Bangla Deshis or on mercenaries. You can see how well they are doing in Yemen. pl

    Reply 22 May 2017 at 04:43 PM


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    anonOpenPress 9 points (+9|-0) 2.1 hours ago (edited 2.1 hours ago)
    Unreal… Now we have a collection of claims on the family (some of them confirmed, cc @privatepizza how about yours):

    JP himself runs CAP (control on liberal research), finances and contributes to WaPo (control on media), knows Wyss & other billionaires (strong connection to finance)
    JP’s brother Tony invests on pedophile art business (money laundering suspected too)
    JP’s wife Mary sits in a Police foundation (with some other interesting names on the board)
    JP’s nephew( Brian?) on MCMEC
    JP’s uncle DrPodesta worked as dentist, suspected on pedophilia in a local forum
    JP’s “bestie” James Alefantis, of course, the famous top50 Forbes pizza dude
    Known relatives in logistics anyone? How about in the border control? The pieces of Domino are gathering up little by little here. Now which is the first piece falling…

    sorry for not sourcing this time, please visit https://searchvoat.co to find all those relevant submissions. Or should I collect them all into a new submission in one day?

    [–] SoldierofLight 8 points (+8|-0) 1.5 hours ago
    And let’s not forget Mama Podesta and her “adopted” 25 children who nobody seems to know anything about in terms of where they are now…

    permalink parent
    [–] anonOpenPress 1 points (+1|-0) 40 minutes ago (edited 40 minutes ago)
    Here she was, and the name of JP’s aunt as well, Evelyn Carres


    SoldierofLight 4 points (+4|-0) 2.3 hours ago
    Great find! I encourage you to archive that page if you haven’t already.

    the ghost wisperor Effingham, IL
    1 Aug 13, 2013

    Anyone remember the little perverted Dentist from Mattoon named Bill Podesta? Even though he wasn’t a medical doctor, as a dentist he still was allowed by laws to write prescriptions and a big percentage of those prescriptions were for young women for diet pills (actually amphetamines). When Podesta died the local editor of the Mattoon paper wrote a glowing essay about how great Podesta was and what all he did for the community. Of course he never mention Podesta’s sex parties where young women were provided for the towns elite. I’ve heard this editor was a regular at these parties and enjoyed frolicking with young men as well as women. Even the local police turned the other way when it came to Podesta’s illegal actions. One foster father threatened to beat this pervert to a pulp after he caught Podesta running his hand up a little foster care girls skirt. I worked in a pharmacy as a college student and Podesta used to come in several times a week and buy several dozen condoms. We marked the calendar on his purchases and determined he would have to have sex at least 20 times a day to use all those condoms. And keep in mind the old fart was about 60 at the time. Those that think prostitution died out in Mattoon in the 1940’s are sadly mistaken. It was kept alive for years by the efforts of one of Mattoon’s leading citizens aided and abetted by the local elites as well as the editor of the local newspaper.
    Does anyone else on here remember that pervert?

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    ANP was going to wait until tomorrow to follow up on Sunday’s explosive news about the DNC staffer that was murdered last July amidst the Wikileaks revelations about the DNC and the Clinton campaign rigging the primaries, but the amount of breaking news since yesterday, has pushed this to the forefront.

    For those that did not read yesterday’s piece titled “MSM Attempts To Kill ‘Murdered DNC Staffer Story,’ And Instead Blows Up The Internet,” a very brief summary because quite a of new information has become available since then.


    Washington Post attempted to label the recent revelations by a former DC homicide detective investigating Rich’s murder, saying he discovered Seth Rich was communicating with Wikileaks, as a “conspiracy theory,” when Internet entrepreneur KIMDOTCOM revealed that Rich was the source of the leaks to Wikileaks, Kim himself was involved and offered congressional testimony, with Sean Hannity then publicly inviting him to his show to discuss it.

    There is much more showing Kim had prior knowledge going back to 2014, but since then, a number of revelations have come out, so… moving along.



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    Last week we reported on evidence uncovered by the solid investigators at Gotnews that Dina Habib Powell, current Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategy and friend of Valerie Jarrett, Huma Abedin, Ivanka Trump and Hillary Clinton was under suspicion. They stated that current National Security Adviser, HR McMaster had also been implicated in their discovery.


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    Huggins was today jailed for 19 years at Croydon Crown Court after being convicted of seven counts of rape, false imprisonment, sexual assault, and causing actual bodily harm.

    He took the victim, who he knew, captive at a house in Grove Road on either September 23 or September 24 last year. He locked both doors and she was unable to escape from the windows.

    Detective Sergeant Simon Sherlock, from the Met’s sexual offences, exploitation and child abuse squad, said: “What Huggins inflicted on the victim demonstrated his total disregard for her as a human being. She was beaten, raped and humiliated on a daily basis for more than a week.”


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    Brennan converted to Wahhabi Islam….

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