Words, Hyde Park Corner, Music, Life, Technology, Guitar Playing


We are all aware of similarities in words between different languages, and also how much some words vary between cultures separated both in time and location. Often it is the most common words in a language that retain a strong similarity to their origin languages: for instance, the English word brother and the French frère are derived from words in ancient languages: the Sanskrit bhrātr and the Latin frāter. It is obvious, therefore, that the distinctive sound of a word can remain associated with the same meaning for thousands of years. But how far back in time can we go to find common words?

A 2012 PNAS paper, “Ultraconserved words point to deep language ancestry across Eurasia“, attempted to answer that question, with surprising results. Researchers noted that these early ‘root words’…

…can be predicted from information independent of their sounds. We showed in a sample of Indo-European languages that the frequency with which a word is used in everyday speech, along with its part of speech, can predict how rapidly words evolve, with frequently used words on average retained for longer periods of time

We have recently extended this result to include speakers from the Uralic, Sino-Tibetan, Niger-Congo, Altaic, and Austronesian families, in addition to Indo-European, plus the isolate Basque and the Creole Tok Pisin. Even in languages as widely divergent as these, we found that a measure of the average frequency of use predicted rates of lexical replacement as estimated in the Indo-European languages.

The study uncovered 23 “ultraconserved words” that “point to deep language ancestry across Eurasia”. How deep? This subset of words, the researchers believe, “have remained associated with their particular meanings independently in separate branches of this superfamily since the end of the last ice age.”

The 23 words identified by researchers included obvious ones (in terms of common usage) – “I,” “we.” “who,” “not,” “that,” “mother,” “man” – but also less commonly used words today which nevertheless were likely very important some 15,000 years ago, such as “fire,” “ashes,”, “bark,” and “worm”.

Researchers noted that their unique approach in predicting these words independently of their sound correspondences “dilutes the usual criticisms leveled at such long-range linguistic reconstructions, that proto-words are unreliable or inaccurate, or that apparent phonetic similarities among them reflect chance sound resemblances.”





I am a ‘freedom of speech absolutist’. That means, I believe that anyone should have complete freedom to say (write) anything that they feel moved to express, and that everyone should be free to hear (read) any ideas that they feel inclined to consider, or to reject and ignore them.

Are there any limits ? There may be. In which case I’d have to adjust my position. There are certainly plenty of ideas that I consider repugnant and dangerous and which I’d prefer did not exist or get spread around. But the problem is, that is my subjective appraisal, and if I wanted to censor others, then I too must accept that I might be silenced.

There’s plenty of things that I see and smell and taste that I do not particularly like, but banning people’s ideas seems to me to be a lot less important than trying to stop people being maimed and killed, or poisoned by pesticides, etc. Sticks and stones.

And it is very difficult to see any clear line which could be drawn which would resolve this situation equitably. So, I arrive at the absolutist position, where all ideas go into the public domain where they live or die according to whatever merits they may have.

I think this is the generally accepted stance arrived at by the philosophers, for example, Stefan Molyneux. I see it as similar to the idea of democracy. That democracy is a ghastly method to use to run any polity. But, sadly, everything else that has been tried over the millennia, seems to have turned out to be even worse, hasn’t it ?

Full title: The Virgin and Child with Saints
Artist: Pisanello
Date made: about 1435-41
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Contact: picture.library@nationalgallery.co.uk
Copyright © The National Gallery, London

We cannot achieve any perfect utopian ideal, but we can find a workable compromise which makes the best of a bad situation.

I was driven to have these thoughts because Theresa May is arguing for a more tightly regulated internet, as her response to the recent terrorist events. I doubt very much that anything like that will work, but the idea can be promoted and enforced to serve vested interests who benefit from limiting and restricting public discourse.

Hyde Park Corner is interesting and pertinent.

Public riots broke out in the park in 1855, in protest over the Sunday Trading Bill, which forbade buying and selling on a Sunday, the only day working people had off. The riots were described by Karl Marx as the beginning of the English revolution.



The Chartist movement used Hyde Park as a point of assembly for workers’ protests, but no permanent speaking location was established. The Reform League organised a massive demonstration in 1866 and then again in 1867, which compelled the government to extend the franchise to include most working-class men.

The riots and agitation for democratic reform encouraged some to force the issue of the “right to speak” in Hyde Park. The Parks Regulation Act 1872 delegated the issue of permitting public meetings to the park authorities (rather than central government). Contrary to popular belief, it does not confer a statutory basis for the right to speak at Speakers’ Corner. Parliamentary debates on the Act illustrate that a general principle of being able to meet and speak was not the intention, but that some areas would be permitted to be used for that purpose.

Since that time, it has become a traditional site for public speeches and debate, as well as a major site of protest and assembly in Britain. There are some who contend that the tradition has a connection with the Tyburn gallows, where the condemned man was allowed to speak before being hanged.

Although many of its regular speakers are non-mainstream, Speakers’ Corner was frequented by Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin, George Orwell, C. L. R. James, Walter Rodney, Ben Tillett, Marcus Garvey, Kwame Nkrumah and William Morris.

Its existence is frequently upheld as a demonstration of free speech, as anyone can turn up unannounced and talk on almost any subject, although always at the risk of being heckled by regulars.

Lord Justice Sedley, in his decision regarding Redmond-Bate v Director of Public Prosecutions (1999), described Speakers’ Corner as demonstrating “the tolerance which is both extended by the law to opinion of every kind and expected by the law in the conduct of those who disagree, even strongly, with what they hear.” The ruling famously established in English case law that freedom of speech could not be limited to the inoffensive but extended also to “the irritating, the contentious, the eccentric, the heretical, the unwelcome, and the provocative, as long as such speech did not tend to provoke violence”, and that the right to free speech accorded by Article 10 of the European Convention of Human Rights also accorded the right to be offensive.

Prior to the ruling, prohibited speech at Speakers’ Corner included obscenity, blasphemy, insulting the queen, or inciting a breach of the peace.

In the late 19th century, for instance, a combination of park by-laws, use of the Highways Acts and use of venue licensing powers of the London County Council made it one of the few places where socialist speakers could meet and debate.


There is a Speakers’ Corner in the Domain in Sydney, established in 1878. The speakers talk every Sunday afternoon from 2 pm until 5 pm, and have a website. Official outdoor “free” speech first appeared in the hustings and hanging grounds of Hyde Park Sydney in 1874. Free speech in this form was banned following a serious riot between Catholics and Orangemen. However, following the formalisation of free speech in Speakers’ Corner in London it was decided in 1878 that The Domain would be the place for free speech in Sydney.

In ‘Diary of a Voyage to Australia, New Zealand and other lands’ (published 1896), Robert Roberts notes that “On the west side [of a particular location] is a feature peculiar to Sydney in all the world – a preaching park. There are of course, parks in other cities where open-air spouting is practiced on Sundays, such as Hyde Park, in London : but there is no city in the world where a park on such a scale is used by all classes of religious people. It is a wooded enclosure, like a nobleman’s park in England, kept in capital order, both as regards the turf under foot, and the tall and noble trees that give shelter overhead from the sun.”

“All the sects and denominations use it. There is none of the sense of infra dig that associates itself with out-door preaching in England.””Every denomination has its own tree.” “The various religious bodies hold their meetings sufficiently apart to make no interference one with the other. It is a sort of weekly babel of religious tongues – recognised and patronised by the whole community”

In the Netherlands, there is a permanently designated speakers’ corner called the Spreeksteen in Amsterdam. Lawfully, every person has the freedom of speech as a matter of right. In practice, there is considerable ambiguity which gives mayors and other authorities the semi-lawful powers to prevent or distort free speech.

The ‘Spreeksteen’ is open for free speech 24-hours a day, and was established to allow complete free speech. The ‘Spreeksteen’ has been located in the Oosterpark in Amsterdam since 5 May 2005, and has been erected by a citizens action after the brutal murder of film-maker and columnist Theo van Gogh. Plans for bringing the Amsterdam Speakers’ Corner online with a permanent camera and microphone are in a phase of installation. In the meantime the speakers are filmed with a hand-held camera.

The Spreeksteen was involved in controversy when they allowed Michiel Smit, a far-right activist, to speak on 1 October 2006. Antifascist demonstrators used noise to prevent Smit from being heard (as happens often when there is a public demonstration of the far-right).

Which reminds me, one of the factors which prompted the swing towards the right, in my own personal political stance, is the attempts by the left to close down freedom of speech, exemplified by the freedom of speech rally in Portland, a few days ago, where the so called Antifas were carrying banners with slogans like ‘Love not hate’, whilst simultaneously carrying bags of half bricks, stones, and other missiles and weaponry, intended to silence anyone with any alternative viewpoint that differs from their own.

This is similar to the violence shown in Europe by some Muslims who tried to stop members of the public from eating and drinking at restaurants, because of their own obligations to the rules of Islam. It’s a fascinating tension that arises constantly in soceity, as different groups or strata strive to advance their causes and restrict others.

I am myself deeply offended by those who advocate for paedophilia and who distribute child porn, but we will always have vile and depraved individuals, and so it’s better that they are out in the open and known about, than concealed in the dark.

As I see it, in the context of processual anacyclosis, the right can see certain problems that presently exist, and wish to address them. The left do not care about these problems, because they have a basic Marxist-type of view, where they envision some far distant utopian ideal towards which they wish to move everyone, regardless of any negative results on the way.

Still, all these questions and dilemmas have to be addressed by folks who are above my pay grade, nobody is going to take any notice and change this world because of this humble blog, are they. The power rests with those who control the money and the guns and make the laws. So maybe better for me to amuse myself with more pleasant stuff.

I have become somewhat obsessed with this piece of music called Alexandria, composed by the Canadian guitarist Don Rooke. One reason I love it, is that it eludes the usual genres. It’s hard to say what kind of tune it is or which category it belongs to. Most recorded music falls inevitably under one of the typical labels, folk, classical, jazz, hiphop, etc. It pleases me to find something that’s original and unusual.

I tried to learn it when I first came across it a few years ago, and failed, and so that has bugged me ever since. It’s a challenge, and so now I have another attempt.

Here is the proper rendering, which I imagine was processed in a regular studio.


And here is Rooke himself, attempting to play it for the youtube audience.



Here is my first effort. It’s recorded very badly using the worst way of getting it onto computer and the internet, so bear that in mind. And all I have done so far is to find some of the right notes and chords. Also the tuning. I replaced the sixth string with a third string, and tuned it up to A. It sounds horrible to me, but I guess it’s recognizable as approximately the same tune, squeezed through a mangle. 🙂



I suppose I could try playing it with a slide, no real reason why not, but I’d still have to learn the tune. I’m certain there are many musicians who could have mastered this much faster and better than me, there’s zillions of incredible guitarists on youtube, let alone all the ones nobody heard of. But I’m doing this because I LIKE it, not to win a competition or make a career. It’s still arduous hard work, mostly because my poor old brain gets tired of the demands.

It’s a bit like learning a poem by heart, so you can recite it without reading. That was something I could do quite quickly in my youth, but I guess all the neurons are stuffed full of crap from reading ZeroHedge, Twitter,  and all the other stuff I wade through everyday.

Since I first joined in with the Cambrian Explosion of the Digital Era, whenever it was, sometime in the early 1990’s, decades behind many others, I’ve learned so much stuff, only to have to forget it all six months or a year later, because everybody has moved on. There’s so many names and acronyms that were briefly in all the computer literature, yet now completely forgotten.  I’ve got a big cardboard box full of assorted SCSI cables, which might as well be something from the 19th century stashed in the basement of a museum.

Going back several decades, a proper recording studio with a sound engineer would occupy a fairly large room. Rather like the old mainframe computers, which took up whole buildings. Technology has moved on, and what once filled a room is now the size of a laptop. Not only more compact, but with vastly more functions.



So now I have purchased a 24 track digital recorder, which is about twelve inches by eight inches, and which can do a zillion different things, in addition to attaching to the computer and DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) software. (Zoom R24 + Steinberg Cubase LE).

Thus I have given myself this massive new set of problems, from which my life was blissfully free a few days ago. Because the fact that this stuff can, potentially, do a zillion different things, every one of which can be adjusted and modified in almost infinite numbers of ways… well, (sigh) it’s all so fucking complicated, and there’s a whole new proprietary jargon language to learn…. Bloody technology ! 🙂

I am old, weary, jaded, burned out. But this negative attitude will not help me, will it. I need to try and apply myself to the task and get things set up and functioning. Hence, I put this very inferior Soundcloud recording into the public domain, because I am annoyed and ashamed of it, and this provides pressure to motivate me to strive to do better. Which motivation I DO NEED, as I wade through the manuals and pdf.s trying to resolve one problem after another. As soon as I get a better one done, I’ll erase it.

It’s there as a reminder to get me to remember to do it, amidst all the other distractions and endeavours that surround me.

It’s a bit like clawing one’s way up a vertical cliff face. Getting stuck for periods whilst trying to figure out the next move. At this stage, I’m only just off ground level. 🙂

Effing cables and wires all over the place. I want to get the guitar synth to mimic the pipe organ at the intro, and the duduk. Don’t know yet if that will be possible.

I regress back in my memories to when I was about eleven years old. I was rather lonely and unhappy much of the time, sitting in my bedroom reading a magazine. There was an advertisment for Bert Weedon’s Teach Yourself To Play Guitar course. I never did that course, but in the ad it said ‘Be the centre of attention at parties ! Get the admiration of all the girls !’ or some such, and that got me musing about the possibilities….

I cannot stand the guy or his playing, but that was way back in history….



So I mentioned the idea to my father, who replied that a colleague of his had bought a guitar for his daughter, for six pounds (which was a lot, in those days) and she’d had it a few months and given up. So my father bought it, cheaper, second hand, and it appeared on my lap.

I could not do ANYTHING with that fucker. The strings were miles above the frets, it really was a rubbish instrument, even though it looked very nice. Cheap and nasty junk, made in Spain, to exploit the niche in the market for fools who knew nothing.

And it was clear, God had never intended me to be a musician, because I was tone deaf. Whichever string I plucked, they all sounded exactly the same. Horrible. But that daughter had given up. Not me. I was not one for being daunted and beaten. I would prevail. So I struggled, every day. And it didn’t get any better, I couldn’t even get it in tune from the pipes they provided.


Eventually, I learned an F chord and a C and Dm (on the first four strings) and found a way to pick Greensleeves, after a fashion. That took me six months of misery.



It said that the tune was written by King Henry VIII, but seems that is not true.

The romanesca originated in Spain and is composed of a sequence of four chords with a simple, repeating bass, which provide the groundwork for variations and improvisation.

A broadside ballad by this name was registered at the London Stationer’s Company in September 1580, by Richard Jones, as “A Newe Northen Dittye of ye Ladye Greene Sleves”.



Obviously, the Fates were observing my travails. I saw a lad walking down the road with a guitar on his back, so I approached and introduced myself, and we got friendly. He was a few months further down the road, and taught me A and E and B7 and how to make the Three Chord Trick into a Twelve Bar Blues.

So, it began to be fun and more rewarding. I forgot all about the parties and the girls part, because just learning to play new stuff got to be really interesting. And I never stopped. The greater portion of my lifetime is passed, and I still have this guitar thing for company, and the same buzz when learning new stuff. It’s been a good friend to me.

I also have the guitar synth I bought last week to master. Full of goodies, like the vocoder, which transforms guitar notes into something resembling speech. These kinds of novelty effects were used in pop music years ago, of course. But now they are vastly improved and advanced. Now we understand that any sound wave vibrations can be translated exactly into zeros and ones and thus into computer code and be manipulated and transposed in an infinite variety of ways.

Anyway, enough of this writing about my joys and travails, and back to actually doing it 🙂

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648 Responses to Words, Hyde Park Corner, Music, Life, Technology, Guitar Playing

  1. ulvfugl says:

    mauisurfer said…
    Celebrations today in Israel commemorating 50th anniversary of
    Israel’s napalming and machine gunning USS Liberty, killing 34 USA sailors, injuring 174, nearly sinking the ship.
    One of the greatest ironies is that a Russian navy ship was first to come alongside and offer aid!
    Khalidi reviews how Israel became master of USA under LBJ, in contrast to Ike who had no problem rebuking Israel in Suez in 1956.



    Reply 07 June 2017 at 06:40 PM

    Jack said…
    TTG, Sir

    “If caught and tried they will all probably face prison time… that is unless they are high level muckety-mucks”

    Since the high level muckety-mucks can commit espionage with impunity, do you believe that our adversaries will focus on recruiting there?

    The most sensitive US secret, our ability to intercept and decrypt Russian secure communication has been disclosed. Apparently by some high level muckety-muck. Who were they an agent of? The Russians? Or was it par for the course in terms of our domestic politics and political appointees at the highest level?

    Reply 07 June 2017 at 06:46 PM


  2. ulvfugl says:

    It’s a conscious and organised plan to undermine and destroy Western civilisation and culture by promoting degeneracy, promiscuity, licentiousness and depravity. They are trying to normalize everything which traditional culture found immoral and abhorrent, from bestiality to cannibalism to sex with infants and children.

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  4. ulvfugl says:

    Strikes me that Qatar resembles Crimea, in this clash over where the boundary is to be delineated between two rival imperial blocs….

  5. ulvfugl says:

    They are dragging us all into a decadent depraved hell…. That’s what they WANT…
    It’s the point of a wedge,to try and normalize paedophilia and other perversions.

  6. ulvfugl says:

    Both cases are indeed possible – the second one seems more likely to me. War is also exactly what many of the people and lobbies who peddle the evidence-free “Russian hacking” stories want. Trump campaigned for détente with Russia. The “Russian election interference” campaign is designed to prevent that. The War on Russia or war on Iran are their favorite outcomes. Open war on Syria, North Korea or some yet developing crisis also have good chances to conquer the headlines.

    Further leaks and scandals could increase the political pressure on Trump to such a degree that he resigns. But, while hoping or assuming this happens, it would be a grave mistake to ignore U.S. foreign-policy commitments and activities, and any shifts they might undergo under the influence of scandal.

    A huge problem is the incompetence of the White House foreign policy shop and especially its National Security Council. To blame Iran for yesterday’s ISIS attacks in Tehran is vile and scandalous. This will come back to hurt the U.S. To release a statement about a phone call with the “Crown Prince Mohamed Bin Zayet Al Nayhan of the United Arab Emirates” is blatant incompetence. A diligent reading of the names unveils that the “United Emirates” are a federation of emirates just as the “United States” are a federation of states. There is no kingdom of the UAE. There is some crown prince of the emirate of Abu Dhabi who has a bit of informal say within the UAE but there are also six other emirates with other crown princes and a federal UAE government structure in which the crown prince of Abu Dhabi only plays a minor role. The UAE structure is fragile. The federation could easily blow up over the current crisis with Qatar. The incompetent White House statement increases that chance.

    Posted by b on June 8, 2017 at 04:48 AM | Permalink


  7. ulvfugl says:

    There exist no photographs of the meeting of the Bilderberg Group, whose work is confidential. Security for the meeting is not handled by the FBI, nor the Virginia police force, but by a private militia organised by NATO.

    The Bilderberg Group was created in 1954 by the CIA and MI6 in order to support the Atlantic Alliance. It was intended to gather personalities from the economic and media sectors with political and military leaders in order to sensitize civil society to the « Red peril ». Far from being a place for decision-making, this very exclusive club has historically been a forum where the elders had to juggle with their fidelity to London and Washington, and the younger members were expected to show that they could be trusted with the opposition to the Soviets [1].

    It was during the annual reunion of 1979 that Bernard Lewis revealed to those present the rôle of the Muslim Brotherhood in the resistance to the Afghani Communist government. This Israëli-British-US Islamologist then proposed that the « War for Freedom » (sic) should be extended to all of Central Asia.

    It was in 2008, in other words two and a half years in advance, that Basma Kodmani (future spokewoman for the Syrian opposition) and Volker Perthes (future advisor to Jeffrey Feltman for the total and unconditional capitulation of Syria [2]) explained the interest of supporting the Muslim Brotherhood in order to dominate the Middle East. They stressed the « moderation » of the Brotherhood faced with the West, and the contrast offered by the « extremist sovereignty » of Iran and Syria [3].

    And it was in 2013 that the chairman of the German executive board, Ulrich Grillo, made a case for the organisation of a massive migration of 800,000 Syrian workers to German factories [4].


    On the pro-Islamism side, we note the presence, for the United States, of John Brennan (ex-Director of the CIA) and his ex-subordinates Avril Haines and David Cohen (financing of terrorism). For the United Kingdom, Sir John Sawers (ex-Director of MI6 and a long-time protector of the Brotherhood) and General Nicholas Houghton (ex-Chief of Staff, who prepared the land invasion of Syria). For France, General Benoît Puga (ex-Chief of Staff for the Elysée and commander of the Special Forces in Syria) and Bruno Tertrais (neo-conservative strategist for the Ministry of Defence). Finally, for the private sector, Henry Kravis (Director of the investment fund KKR, and unofficial treasurer for Daesh) and General David Petraeus (co-founder of Daesh).

    And if this imbalance were not enough, the organisers had planned for the presence of experts capable of justifying the unjustifiable, like Professor Niell Fergusson (historian of British colonialism).

    Meyssan’s analysis seems a bit screwy to me. He’s good sometimes, but wouldn’t be the first instance he’s been completely wrong.

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  9. ulvfugl says:

    Hollywood has a big role in child traficking and social engineering to get us to accept that no sexual preference can be judged. All sexual preferences are normal, healthy and even heroic. While most would agree that gay or straight does not matter, society does not condone adults preying on children for sexual gratification. Society does not accept that children can consent to such behavior with adults, and because of this, the adult is being abusive by taking advantage of their uneven stations. But the elite have conspired to use celbrities to push their agendas, one of which, is to open the door for their fabricated pedosexual gender.

    I gave the example of George Clooney on anotherr thread. He is married to Amal Clooney, who I suspect is a man. Even the name Amal, seems to be a word play on the phrase “A male”. The entire corporate media has sold us that she was pregnant, had a baby bump, and now had twins. I would think this is impossible. Here are some telling Amal Clooney pictures.

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    In itself, marrying a ladyboy is no big deal, buy Lying, and saying she is a biological woman, and is giving birth to twins, is obnoxious and deceitful. Since the press is involved in the lie, it is clearly an agenda. Matt Damon has even commented that he was almost in tears when he heard the news about her pregnancy. He is a well known friend of the Clooney’s of course


    Amal Clooney has a “sister” by the name of Tala Alamuddin. “she” also has a curious look. Title HereJPG Title HereJPG Title HereJPG Title Here

    It seems, that in exchange for fame and fortune, Hollywood stars and other elites have to push the agenda of the Cult they are intitiaited into. Some of the suspected agendas are transgenderism, global warming, global digital currency, NASA fraud, one world government and population reduction. We also suspect the DC elite and Hollywood elite work in tandem with the CIA to traffic children to the elite, and harvest their organs for financial gain.

    Not only does George Clooney seem to be pushing the cabal’s gender agenda, he also has a foundation that deals with children and refugees, something the suspect Clinton Foundation is also known to be involved with . https://cfj.org/about/

    If they can convince the world through their subliminal social engineering, that men can be women, male transgenders can give birth, maybe they can normalize “pedosexuals” somewhere down the line. After all, to jduge sexuality of any kind is considered biggoted now is it not? All they have to do is make the case that the bridge is now extended to pedosexuals. Stop the hate. Don’t judge!

    George Clooney also is pushing the Global warming scam, and has resorted to ridicule to make his argument. Notice how he calls those doubting man made global warming “deniers” as well as calling them stupid. As if the case is proven, and people are denying the truth. George Clooney: global warming deniers “stupid”


    George Clooney also conicidentally is pushing the anti christian, anti religion agenda. It is suspected that the Secret societies need to destroy all the old religions before the ushering in of the one world religion. Clooney seems to preach this in real life, and represents these attitudes in movies. A reviewer called him out in The American.


    George Clooney also has a Freedom from religion foundation. Title Here

    Geroge Clooney also seems to have Masonic Symbolism in his movie posters. How many of them have one of his eyes covered ezxposing a single eye? This is old news for most, but after looking at the volume of unlikely accidental images, it is almost corny how blatant it is.
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    It was also established on Voat, The Clooney has donated and supported the Clinton Foundation, one of the worst culprits in their connections to child traficking, child trafickers and covicted pedophiles.


    George Clooney is also connected to Marina Abramovic. She stated that when she was accuse of killing children to make art, only George Clooney came to her rescue. “Right now, the latest thing on the web is how I am killing children to make art. Only one man came to my rescue today and says George Clooney has two Oscars and nobody asks him why he doesn’t make children. Why me?”


    It seems obvious that the reasons celbrities are used to push the elites agendas, is because the little people worship the big people. The want to know who they are going out with, what their houses look like, who they support, what they think about issues, and want to see what awards they win. They trust these people and think it is absurd that they would lie to them about everything, and their real job was to form peoples perception of reality, through lies, manipulation, and subliminal content.

    Just a reminder, that the best simple step we can take to begin fighting these evil sellouts to humanity, it to defund the Beast System 1) Withdraw all your money from the banking system. The bankes are owned by the elite families who control western society, are at the top of the secret societies, own virtually all of the worlds central banks who the CIA and Mossad work for, and are behind virtually all of the worlds suffeing.

    2) Cancel your cable. Don’t give monthly payments to the corporate media. They are all owned by the elite families. They are the propaganda and social engineering arm of the cabal. Do not fund them. Ever.

    3) Stop buying movie tickets. Watch movies for free online of it means so much to you. Do not fund their propaganda. Do not support financialy the arogant unethical celebrities they use to manipulate you and your sense of reality, right and wrong.

    This is a very genral thread, just to remind each other of what our role is as aware citizens. We have no ethical right to fund the very people who are part of the matrix of lies and crime. It’s time to look down on the celbrites for the week and needy narcisisist hat they are. PizzaGate happens because we do nothing but type. Not ready to revolt phyisically? How about denying them your money and doing so religiously?

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    [–] sinclair 1 points (+1|-0) 58 minutes ago

    Burn it down and kill it with fire. If only ISIS would attack Hollywood, the source of degeneracy.



    dickface888 1 points (+1|-0) 1.3 hours ago
    “It seems obvious that the reasons celbrities are used to push the elites agendas, is because the little people worship the big people. The want to know who they are going out with, what their houses look like, who they support, what they think about issues, and want to see what awards they win. They trust these people and think it is absurd that they would lie to them about everything, and their real job was to form peoples perception of reality, through lies, manipulation, and subliminal content.”

    Yeah, I think you might be on to something. Great post!


  10. ulvfugl says:

    Same bunch of people who own Hollywood are the ones behind this too…

    Interesting analysis by Colonel Wilkerson

    It is a good thing they are so incompetent. Wilkerson thinks the aim is to get into an Iran war.

    This is a really bad situation, but into this bad situation comes what you just asked, and that is Iran. I think that Bannon, President Bannon if you will, really has his focus on Iran. I think that’s the ultimate place. The rest is bluster and bravado. It could be dangerous, but it is on our part bluster and bravado. What they’re really after is Iran. I have it on pretty good authority that Secretary Mattis has already directed our forces in Syria to change their rules of engagement in such a way that it allows them to go after directly what is called, in the direction, the Iranian militia, that is those Iranians inside Syria assisting the Assad regime, and its Hezbollah auxiliaries, meaning Hezbollah, the number one terrorist organization in the world in terms of capability.
    This is a drastic change that the American people, if it’s true, if what I’m hearing is accurate, have been told nothing about. It gets the United States deeper and deeper into this morass now called southwest Asia or the Middle East, and particularly deeper in a burgeoning conflict with Iran. They want to undermine the nuclear agreement with Iran, and they want the American people, much as George Bush wanted to see Iraq as the culprit when he invaded in 2003, and bent the intelligence to make it look that way, they want the intelligence as it were, and the situation on the ground in Syria, so that it looks like Iran is the perpetrator of the failure of the agreement rather than the United States. They hope that will bring the other members of the permanent five and Germany into league with us as we bring the war to Iran.

    That’s not going to happen. In their fondest dreams, that’s not going to happen. They may fool the American people, as Bush did in 2003, but they’re not about to fool the Germans, the French, and the others. This is going to be an interesting thing to see if they’re trying to indirectly bring on this war with Iran and to abrogate the nuclear agreement with Iran, how many people in the world, I predict none, will follow in our footsteps, and how big a disaster this may be for the United States.

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    Stealth Ethnic Cleansing

    Sutherland is vile, just like Soros, causing immeasurable harm, endless suffering, misery and disaster, whilst making profits out of it all. Conceited hubristic malign fools who think they know better than everyone else because they have some power and money.

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    Meanwhile according to a Nomura research reports, Russia and the U.S. may become the biggest beneficiaries among LNG producers from the dispute between Qatar and its Gulf neighbors. Nomura’s Gordon Kwan writes that a big part of Qatar’s finances come from international investors, indicating the spat in Mideast may negatively affect sentiment of new projects or expansions based in Qatar.

    That may put some Qatar LNG projects on hold as foreign investors may opt to put their finance on hold, as reported by Bloomberg.

    At the extreme, Egypt can shut off the Suez Canal and allow only some ships to pass through, impacting Qatar vessels loaded with gas on route to Europe, at a time when consumption is picking up for gas in the region.

    As demand rises in Europe, the region will likely need to buy more gas from other nations, with Russia and U.S. likely to become biggest beneficiaries as the two nations are more reliable suppliers of gas.


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    Methinks these sounds should be the intro for Alexandria…. 🙂

    I heard the gate rattle. It’s like a doorbell, to warn of incoming something. So I go to the front door to have a look.

    Two guys walking towards me. One says ‘Lovely spot you’ve got here’.

    Me : ‘It was good before you two arrived’

    Them : ‘Oh no ! I promise we’re not politicians (It’s election day), We are Jehovah’s Witnesses.

    Me : That’s even worse !

    Them : ‘Don’t you want to talk to us ?’

    Me : Sometimes. Not today, I have other things I must do..

    So, away they go… First visitors I’ve had for about… well, I don’t recall, maybe last autumn. Other than deliveries of food and medicine. Busy day.
    Thing is, I want to play this music stuff, and there’s a pile of things that are in the way, that must be cleared first, and they’d add to the pile and use up my sparse energy…. Sometimes I do enjoy arguing with them, though.

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    Seems Comey grew up reading Mills and Boon slushy romantic novels, no wonder the FBI is so fucked up. I wonder if McCabe read Sir Walter Scott ? Maybe R L Stevenson ?


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    Police and intelligence agencies in the UK are facing criticism over their ability to thwart terror attacks. Each of the attackers in the three terror incidents that have rocked the UK since the beginning of the year – Saturday’s attack in London, the bombing at Manchester Arena late last month, and another attack at Westminster Bridge in March – had been known to authorities.

    Around the time that the video surfaced, counter-terrorism officials announced that they had arrested two men on the street in East London, while a third man was detained at his home nearby, on charges linked to the attack. Those arrests followed a string of apprehensions on Sunday, when police took 12 people into custody, among them seven women. Those arrests were made in the Barking neighborhood of East London, where at least one of the London attackers was believed to have lived. Those arrested ranged in age from 19 to 60.


    Before this weekend’s attack, the Times of London reported that intelligence agencies had identified 23,000 potential jihadis living in Britain, of this ‘pool’ of potential terrorists, 3,000 are suspected of posing an “imminent threat” and are being investigated accordingly.

    equity_momo Jun 8, 2017 9:41 AM
    Something fishy. None of the 3 in this video corroborate with the photograph released the day after of the “dead terrorist” on his back with fake suicide vest.

    That photo matches up with the Policeman who was videoed changing his clothes.

    So why did a policeman change into camo pants , put on a fake vest , and lay on his back pretending to be dead?

    The attack happened , people died. But that photo was misdirection. Almost as if the Police want to stir a conspiracy theory..

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    TheSilentMajority Jun 8, 2017 9:36 AM
    Despite what the politicians may want the sheep to believe, anyone with half a brain knows that it is impossible to effectively police a large and growing hostile sect of the population who has free movement.

    An immigration/travel ban, internment camps, and mass deportations are the only effective solution if you really want to end the terrorism.

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    Raul44 TheSilentMajority Jun 8, 2017 9:48 AM
    Or extermination as the last resort.

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    Haitian Snackout Jun 8, 2017 9:33 AM
    Seen clearer photos from the Civil War era. Yet again, a nothing burger without the bun.

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    tuetenueggel Jun 8, 2017 9:33 AM
    The British got what they ordered. Same as Sweden.
    Complaines come to late. With a muslim turd as London Mayor no wonder.
    God shave the queen.

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    TaxEstate Jun 8, 2017 9:31 AM
    This is some of the best analysis I’ve seen of how to start handling these assholes:

    Helping the Terrorists Recruit
    There is more terrorism in the news, this time in London. So how do the British politicians respond?

    They do a recruitment ad for more terrorists.

    They start by giving the terrorists cool labels, such as “Islamic extremists.” Do you know what sounds like an awesome club for an angry young Muslim to join? I’m thinking “Islamic Extremist” sound about right. That branding should be great for recruitment.

    The media also helps terror recruitment with their wall-to-wall news about the terrorists’ successes. Every time they mention the body count, the bad guys cheer.

    A better approach for the media, if they want to be helpful, might involve inviting a continuous line of Muslim scholars and critics to talk about how these “gullible losers” were duped by ISIS to kill themselves and spend eternity in Hell. And we need lots of visual and other persuasion about Hell. I want Photoshopped images of the terrorists burning for eternity. I want descriptions of the smells, tastes, and sounds they are experiencing, so the next “lone wolf” has something to contrast with the 72 virgin story. Let’s put some doubt into that mix. Fear is a good persuader.

    I also wonder why the families of terrorists are not being flooded with condolence messages from Muslim clerics saying they are sorry about their kid burning in Hell for eternity. Be sincere about it. Include some digital representation of Hell in those cards and letters.

    Change the frame.


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    tuetenueggel TaxEstate Jun 8, 2017 9:34 AM
    every dead muslim is a good muslim. period

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    MrBoompi Jun 8, 2017 9:31 AM
    Ignore the laws preventing you from protecting yourself and buy a fucking gun.

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    tuetenueggel MrBoompi Jun 8, 2017 9:36 AM
    twin barrel shotgun is best for unexperienced shooters. Makes nice big holes in Muslim turds.

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    Pliskin Jun 8, 2017 9:28 AM
    The police and (Ha) Intelligence community in the U.K. are either incompetent or ‘in on it’, either way someone should lose their job/jobs, WITHOUT benefits/pensions/redundancy packages.

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    tuetenueggel Pliskin Jun 8, 2017 9:36 AM
    no, they are only fuckin stupid.

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    A. Boaty Jun 8, 2017 9:24 AM
    23,000 potential jihadis living in Britain = FF patsy pool.

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    Infinite QE Jun 8, 2017 9:19 AM
    Some cruise missiles need to be launched into Mecca. You know, to make a point.

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    smacker Infinite QE Jun 8, 2017 9:44 AM
    Now you’re talking 🙂

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    Pliskin Infinite QE Jun 8, 2017 9:30 AM
    But Mecca is in Saudi Arabia, and they’re the glowing orb, sword dancing, bestest buddies of the U.S.A!!

    OH, and they sell their oil for dollars!

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    EddieLomax Infinite QE Jun 8, 2017 9:30 AM
    Nuclear tipped too 😀

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    sirsmokum Jun 8, 2017 9:17 AM
    Lucky cops

    Enkidu78’s picture
    Enkidu78 Jun 8, 2017 9:15 AM
    Durka Durka Muhhumed Jihad

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    shovelhead Jun 8, 2017 9:15 AM
    Ummah Fitness Center.

    I think I found the problem.

    To date, I have heard of no knifing attacks at Gold’s Gyms.

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    Beowulf55 Jun 8, 2017 9:14 AM
    Don’t be stingy with your bullets.

    Rule #1…….Double tap.

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    aloha_snakbar Jun 8, 2017 9:12 AM
    Viewer discretion advised…for what? No sound, no gunfire, no muzzle flashes…for all we know, they might be out in the street dancing, maybe doing “West Side Story”…

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    tuetenueggel aloha_snakbar Jun 8, 2017 9:39 AM
    few bullets under their feet helps them dancing even faster.

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    Pliskin aloha_snakbar Jun 8, 2017 9:18 AM
    As soon as they were shot dead, special forces flew their bodies, in helicopters, and dropped them in the med.

    True story!

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    CHoward Pliskin Jun 8, 2017 9:33 AM
    Better story – as soon as they were shot dead, their bodies were loaded onto a helicopter and flown to and dropped into an open field were pigs are kept.

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    GreatUncle CHoward Jun 8, 2017 10:15 AM
    Prefer your story.

    Because Pliskins will be dropping them into the sea where all them virgins live.

    But in your case…

    Even if you dress a pig up to look like a virgin … it’s still a pig.

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    Mena Arkansas Jun 8, 2017 9:10 AM
    Speaking of terrorism …

    Today is the 50th anniversary of Israeli terrorists attacking the USS Liberty.

    The murderous jews from our “greatest ally” killed 34 American sailors and wounded 174 in a cold-blooded attack which lasted hours in the bright of day.

    The USS Liberty was clearly flying the American flag. The lying jews have claimed “mistaken identity” ever since.

    The POS LBJ immediately ordered a cover-up to protect his kosher nostra buddies. John McCain’s admiral daddy was in on the cover-up.



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    Amicus Curiae Jun 8, 2017 9:07 AM
    i was amazed that the msm were so obsessed counting shots from police

    some seemed to spend more time on that than on the harm and hurt the 3 dirtbags caused

    i haven’t heard ANY stray shots hurt anyone either

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    ejmoosa Amicus Curiae Jun 8, 2017 9:22 AM
    Keep shooting until the threat has been eliminated. Then, reload and prepare for the next threat.

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    Fossils discovered in Morocco are the oldest known remains of H omo sapiens,
    scientists reported on Wednesday, a finding that rewrites the story of mankind’s
    origins and suggests that our species evolved in multiple locations across the
    African continent.

    “We did not evolve from a single ‘cradle of mankind’ somewhere in East
    Africa,” said Philipp Gunz, a paleoanthropologist at the Max Planck Institute for
    Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, and a co-author of two new
    studies on the fossils, published in the journal Nature. “We evolved on the
    African continent.”

    Until now, the oldest known fossils of our species dated back just 195,000
    years. The Moroccan fossils, by contrast, are roughly 300,000 years old.
    Remarkably, they indicate that early Homo sapiens had faces much like our
    own, although their brains differed in fundamental ways.

    Today, the closest living relatives to Homo sapiens are chimpanzees and
    bonobos, with whom we share a common ancestor that lived over six million
    years ago. After the split from this ancestor, our ancient forebears evolved into
    many different species, known as hominins.
    For millions of years, hominins remained very apelike. They were short, had
    small brains and could fashion only crude stone tools.


    These wretched scientists make these definitive assertions, as if they’d finally found the ultimate truth. It’s bullshit. Last week it was announced that the ‘earliest’ was European, because of Graecopithecus. Last week, this present assertion was not true. They have no idea what they’ll find NEXT week, or year, that will change the picture all over again.

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    Opinion of Corbyn might or might not be correct, but after Blair (who was similarly lauded) I will never trust the Labour Party again. Actually, I will probably never vote at all again. I find them all disgusting.

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    One day after a pro-Assad military alliance threatened to strike US forces in Syria in retaliation for a US bombing of an Iran-backed militia operating in an allegedly “no-go zone” near a US garrison in southern Syria, near the town of At Tanf, the Syrians allegedly followed through on their promise, and according to Reuters, a pro-Syrian regime armed drone attacked U.S.-led coalition forces in Syria, for which it was promptly shot down in what the Pentagon dubbed “a major escalation of tensions between Washington and troops supporting Damascus.”

    The armed drone “hit dirt” and there were no injuries or damage done to the coalition patrol in southern Syria, but U.S. Army Colonel Ryan Dillon, a spokesman for the U.S.-led coalition fighting Islamic State, told reporters the drone meant to attack them and dismissed the possibility it had fired a warning shot.


    ‘fighting the Islamic State’ ! Hmph, they’ve been PRETENDING that they are there to fight ISIS, but rarely doing it, because the real agenda has been ‘Assad must go’, and John McCain, CIA, Israel, Saudi Barbaria, MI6, etc, have all been supporting ISIS, for their various reasons, to use them as a proxy front against Assad and Russia. It’s not CT, when it’s documented in Hillary’s leaked emails and elsewhere.

    Duc888 Jun 8, 2017 2:41 PM

    The NERVE of that Assad, protecting his own country. The hubris!

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    Schmuck Raker Jun 8, 2017 2:39 PM
    “Coalition”, my ass. Us and a couple local tribal types are the only ones with troops on the ground.

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    Omega_Man Jun 8, 2017 2:39 PM
    it was a jewdrome

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    Omega_Man Jun 8, 2017 2:39 PM
    if mericans don’t like being fired on – GO THE FUCK HOME ASSHOLES

    RawPawg’s picture
    RawPawg Jun 8, 2017 2:38 PM
    i can’t handle this right now

    I’m still bummed about McCain’s sudden onset of Dementia

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    Tom_Pain Jun 8, 2017 2:35 PM
    President Bush said that Sadaam had drones.

    The Democrats laughed and laughed.

    President Bush said that Sadaam gave his WMD’s to Syria.

    The Democrats laughed and laughed.

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    Bryan Jun 8, 2017 2:34 PM
    So the US sells drones to Syria, and then later says “I dare you to shoot at us with that!”. And then they do and then we shoot back, and then lots of Krugmans are giddy at the possible economic boom coming.

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    Winston Churchill Jun 8, 2017 2:34 PM
    Are the Prippet marshes dry yet ?

    tis the season for war in the Ukraine once they are.

    DennisR’s picture
    DennisR Jun 8, 2017 2:31 PM
    …and we’re occupying their county to make us safer how?

    Squid Viscous’s picture
    Squid Viscous Jun 8, 2017 2:30 PM
    let’s get it on, tired of the foreplay

    Yars Revenge’s picture
    Yars Revenge Jun 8, 2017 2:30 PM
    USA invading Syria wasn’t a “major escalation?”

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    The Bell Rang Jun 8, 2017 2:29 PM
    All time new highs………………….

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    TeethVillage88s Jun 8, 2017 2:29 PM
    Yeah, we are just pretending to not be at war, to not have invaded, and to not be offering a piece of the action to all of our Allies.

  26. ulvfugl says:

    Five things spring to mind:

    1) The utter politicization of the Justice Department (from the top-down) under Obama, has now been exposed as “fact” if Comey is to be believed.

    2) Why did Comey think that a Clinton “Hill” was not worth dying on, but a Trump “Hill” was?

    3) Why didn’t Comey “memorialize” this conversation in one of his memos at the time… as he said he did immediately after his Trump conversation?

    4) So the only official to “pressure” Comey during his tenure was Loretta Lynch?

    5) What would happen if AG Sessions colluded with the FBI Director to alter their statements about a Trump investigation for political reasons?


    I shall applaud if weasels Lynch and Comey go to jail, even louder when it happens to Hillary….but like Obama, she’s probably untouchable for the time being..

    dexter_morgan Jun 8, 2017 2:50 PM
    So, what the hell is this testimony all about? It sounds like a man either wanting to do some prison time, or worse yet be Arkancided by the crime family.

    What am I missing, other than it seems people regularly perjure themselve without recourse in DC, but I’m a bit taken aback by some of the things revealed.

    I wish he would have implicated Eric Dick Holder too, but patience grasshopper……..

    Or, was Trump correct, and this guy is some sort of NUT JOB?

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    Lostinfortwalton Jun 8, 2017 2:44 PM
    So, where the hell is Loretta? Where the hell is Barry?

    Able Ape’s picture
    Able Ape Jun 8, 2017 2:44 PM
    Burp! Fart! Hiccup! Yawn……….

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    Stan522 Jun 8, 2017 2:39 PM
    There seems to be more obstruction coming from the obamas White House than Trump, and why didn’t Comey report this at the time?

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    Cordeezy Jun 8, 2017 2:32 PM
    so Lorretta Lynch colluded with Comey and the Clintons? that is shocking

    arby63 Jun 8, 2017 2:01 PM
    If someone isn’t thrown in jail within the next 6 months then we should see the Capitol and burn it to the ground.

    We are on our own. No law exists.

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    rockstone Jun 8, 2017 2:00 PM
    “Lynch told Comey to call it a “matter,” Comey said, “which confused me.”

    Right. “Confused”. If Trump doesn’t lock this fuck up and go after Lynch, he’s one of them.

    Any doubts are settled now.

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    silverer rockstone Jun 8, 2017 2:04 PM
    “…which confused me.”

    Sounds like a recent Ohio State grad scratching for some safe space.

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    rockstone silverer Jun 8, 2017 2:52 PM

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    issimo Jun 8, 2017 1:55 PM
    Does Comey not understand that he may now be part of an investigation into abstruction of justice by Obama officials? His lawyer needs to explain the 5th Amendment to him. Thank goodness this guy was fired.

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    J Jason Djfmam issimo Jun 8, 2017 2:18 PM
    Always feeling queasy and confused.

    Unfrozen Caveman Ex-FBI Director.

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    desertboy J Jason Djfmam Jun 8, 2017 2:42 PM

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    MrBoompi Jun 8, 2017 1:53 PM
    I’m sick of using four letter words when talking about Comey, who assisted in the coverup of Hillary’s crimes. In fact, he’s been covering up for the Clintons for a long time. He should be in a prison cell right next to them.

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    Yes, but the others, Lib Dems, Tories, turned a blind eye to all the paedo rings within their ranks, and infesting the entire country, so to my mind, they are equally loathsome.

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    Qatar is a strange little place. It is really a sandbar sticking out into the Gulf. Qatar possesses large gas reserves but does anyone think that desire to possess these reserves motivates Saudi Arabia. Qatar is the only Wahhabi country other than Saudi Arabia itself. It exists because imperial Britain wanted to hold a non-Saudi piece of Wahhabi dominated “soil” in the Gulf region. Qatar realizes the weakness of its position vis a vis Saudi Arabia. The emirate is in fact if not in appearance an absolute dictatorship. I was present at a meeting at the ruler’s palace in Doha in which the then emir laughed and told the group I was with that if the West wanted democracy he would create things for them to look at. He would have a parliament. He would have a “free” press (Al-Jazeera?). He said that there had been a subversive conspiracy attempting a coup recently and that he had a number of the plotters in prison. What should I do with them he asked this group of millionaires and corporate representative. I do not wish to upset “The West” too much. The response from the leader of the group was that the prisoners should receive due process. The emir then changed the subject.

    Existing is such a milieu, Qatar’s rulers have sought to “fireproof” themselves against a future in which Saudi Arabia decides that the Qatari mini-state’s existence is unnecessary.

    1. Firstly, and perhaps most importantly they have given the US the use of land including the area of the former British air base at al-udeid and enough space to position USCENTCOM’s forward headquarters in theater. These facilities are very important to the US. The air war in the ME is rum from al-udeid air base, not the flying necessarily, but just about all the staff functions for command and control. DJT does not seem to grasp the importance of al-udeid to the US air war.

    2. The “Al-Jazeera network” is a great irritant to the autocratic states of the Arab World. It has always been such and it has been bitched about to me by rich and otherwise powerful Arabs from its creation. It is clearly under the protection of the house al-thani (the rulers of this little country). As I have said, this princely house is not IMO in any way democratic. Al-Jazeera is part of the Potemkin Village of democracy that is presented to the West by the Qatari state, but that image is helpful to them.

    3. Qatar maintains a certain ambiguity with regard to its relations with Iran. It has recently chosen to emphasize that ambiguity, probably IMO in response to DJT’s acceptance of his role as the mukhtar of America.
    And now, in demonstration of Sultan Erdogan’s ambition to one day bethought Commander of the Faithful the Turkish parliament has provided the legal basis for Turkey to intervene militarily and politically in settlement of the present difficulty involving Saudi Arabia, its Arab allies and mukhtar Trump on the one hand with Qatar and Turkey (possibly Iran?) on the other.

    Can one doubt that Turkish support for the al-thani will achieve great influence in Qatar? If so, what will be Turkey’s level of influence over US use of al-udeid AFB? Without the C&C facilities at that base we would essentially be out of business in the air war. And there is Incirlik AFB …

    What on earth does DJT think he is doing by siding with SA against Qatar? pl


    It was the Orb what did it…

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    Neither did I. I want a quick Brexit, an end to immigration, and a full investigation of paedophilia at high levels, possibly mass deportation if there is more terrorism, which seems probable. Stop NATO and the CIA and zionist neocon control of our country. Fix relations with Russia, stop meddling in the ME and supporting the Saudis. That sort of thing. Who is offering me that ? Maybe we need a whole new party. Mostly, I want better quality politicians who have some honour and integrity. I feel nothing but contempt for most of them.

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    Aren’t we going to blame the Russians ?

    I’m happy that Ian Welsh and the Germans will be happy…

    It’s always worse in America…

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    My favourite btl from an englander just woken up to the election news is from someone travelling under the handle of OdessaBeachbum, who notes”
    “The only way the Tories can form a government is with the support of the DUP , a party which contains some of the great minds of the 17th century. A very disturbing vista.”

    Posted by: Debsisdead | Jun 9, 2017 3:50:13 AM | 138

    A) There are reports on AKP media that Pakistan has agreed to send 20,000 troops to Qatar in agreement with Turkey.
    If so, this would be a very significant stand against Saudi Arabia – especially as Pakistan refused Saudi requests to support it in Yemen.
    It’s also a sign of Turkey’s future role in the ME and beyond …

    (Haven’t found an english language version yet.)


    B) As Corbyn says
    “People have said they have had quite enough of austerity politics, they have had quite enough of cuts in public expenditure, underfunding our health service, underfunding our schools and our education service and not giving our young people the chance they deserve in our society.”
    🙂 (dont know how to do a grinning cheshire cat emoticon!!)

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  42. ulvfugl says:

    Recall that about six months ago, US Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard officially pursued a bill in order to stop the US from arming terrorists. Gabbard clearly stated that the US government is directly and indirectly supporting allies and partners of groups like Al-Qaeda and ISIS, with money, weapons, intelligence and other support in their fight to overthrow the Syrian government.


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    Graphic: Hayat Tahrir al-Sham storms Free Syrian Army base in Idlib, executes leaders

    The HTS led attack came unexpected and caught the Division 13 off guard. After overrunning the latter’s base with ease the jihadist group started executing their new captives. Among FSA fighters and many officers Colonel Taiser Al-Samahi of Division 13 had also been killed, before FSA reinforcements could reach the area and started to challenge the raiding jiahdist fighters.
    Throughout the clashes, civilian residents went out into the streets in protest against HTS and called on them to cease the fighting and leave the town. The jihadist group unconvinced of the proposal opened fire at the protestors thereby killing at least 10 residents of Maart al-Numan as of now.

    The FSA not only caught off guard, but also overpowered by the sheer size of the jihadist fighter contingent swarming the town called on Ahrar Al-Sham and Failaq Al-Sham for help. Both groups answered the call by sending a convoy of fighters to support FSA units trying to hold the town and fight off HTS.

    is this revenge by the saudi’s favorite headchoppers upon turkey’s favorite headchoppers for, at least verbally, backing qatar?
    are the al-shams qatari funded headchoppers?

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    And speaking about the impact of presumptuous notions regarding human origins, the Recent Out of Africa “Eve” Hypothesis (ROoA) has had its own damaging impacts. One impact of the ROoA, among many, is that it has left the Clovis First Hypothesis and the Beringia Standstill Model virtually unchallenged for the last hundred years.

    The hypothesized distance covered by humans from Jebel Irhoud, Morocco 300,000 years ago to Florisbad, South Africa 260,000 years ago was 12,000 kilometers. That’s further than the distance from Jebel Irhoud, Morocco to South Korea (only 11,000 kilometers). How probable is it that the archaic modern humans in Jebel Irhoud 300,000 years ago managed to cross 12,000 kilometers across the African continent in 50,000 years, yet were still confined to Africa until 80,000 years ago? And again, given that Beringia was easily passable from 200,000 to 130,000 years ago, and again from 65,000 years ago to 20,000 years ago, how is it that scientists still cling to the Clovis First Model and the Beringia Standstill Model to explain the origin of Native Americans?

    I’m happy to finally see some scientific papers begin to refute the ROoA model. Many people suspect that human origins were more complex. It has been suffocating and career destroying for some archaeologists, geneticists and anthropologists who have tried to argue for more complex origins. Don’t think so? Here’s a short and very incomplete list:


    We have a whole industry of professional people, institutions and organizations that go on plugging the Recent Simple Out of Africa Theory, the Clovis First Theory and the Beringia Standstill Theory. Asian Archaeologists are dismissed as being “nationalistic” and wrong for suggesting that there is evidence of some continuity in the Asian Archaeological record older than 80,000 years ago. Again and again, the public is told that modern humans left Africa at the earliest 80,000 years ago and that archaic admixture in modern humans outside Africa and Australia is no higher than “4%”. The archaeologists, geneticists and anthropologists who uphold these statements all know each other, attend conferences together multiple times a year, and mutually benefit from a network of very friendly journalists who are always on hand to accommodate and promote their work without question. These professionals review each other papers. Any aspiring young person interested in these fields has to spend years at low pay climbing up the ladder, keeping careful to not offend any of their more senior overlords, and must never touch any of the archaeological third rails.

    I am bored, and sad, with this state of affairs. I think of what we never learned and can’t understand because our models, assumptions and systems of knowledge acquisition for the understanding of human origins are so broken.

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    Just two days after a paper analyzing 2000 year old Khoi-San DNA from South Africa and determining that the Khoi-San divergence date from other African populations was ca. 260,000 years ago, there is an announcement that an anatomically modern human bone that is 300,000 years old has been found, much older than the oldest accurately dated modern human remains previously known from about 195,000 years ago in Ethiopia.

    The oldest fossil remains of Homo sapiens, dating back to 300,000 years, have been found at a site in Jebel Irhoud, Morocco. This is 100,000 years older than previously discovered fossils of Homo sapiens that have been securely dated. The discovery was presented in a study in the journal Nature on Wednesday.
    This marks the first discovery of such fossils in north Africa, and widens the “cradle of mankind” to encompass all of Africa, the researchers said. Previous finds were in south or east Africa. The fossils, including a partial skull and a lower jaw, belong to five different individuals including three young adults, an adolescent and a child estimated to be 8 years old. Stone tools, animal bones and evidence of fire were also found within the same layer at the site.

    This result doesn’t strongly contradict the current paradigm, but does clearly push it in the direction of older anatomically modern human speciation (Y-DNA had pointed to a date about 270,000 years ago), and a wider geographic range within Africa of early modern humans. This also brings the speciation date closer to the divergence date for other archaic hominins like Neanderthals and Denisovans.


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    I had previously called Irhoud 1 “The Father of Mankind” and proposed a “two deserts” theory of human evolution whereby our species originated in North Africa, and was pumped out of it to both the Middle East (and especially Arabia, the 2nd desert) and Sub-Saharan Africa during periods of Saharan aridity. This Out-of-North Africa theory (together with the secondary Out-of-Arabia expansion ~70kya) is responsible for the spread of Homo sapiens around the world.

    The discovery and re-dating of modern human remains from Irhoud of course adds support to this theory and places North Africa as the most probable cradle of our species, with a comfortable 100kya buffer to the next place where modern humans are detected (the Omo remains of East Africa), and another comfortable 100kya buffer to the next place (Israel and the Skhul/Qafzeh hominins).

    The interpretation of these findings in terms of Homo sapiens emerging out of a sort of multi-regional evolution involving all Africa is of course wrong. There is no reason to think of a single species evolving across the huge African continent. The early distribution of sapiens remains are in North Africa, East Africa, and the Near East, and such remains are absent in West/Central/South Africa.

    The multi-regionalists lost the game in Eurasia, as it turned out that Eurasians only have ~2% archaic admixture, and they are inventing Multiregionalism-in-Africa.

    Whatever finds we do have from Sub-Saharan Africa, some of them quite late (such as the Iwo Eleru remains from Nigeria), others of similar age as Irhoud (such as Florisbad and the recently described H. naledi from South Africa) did not belong to our species. The first modern humans appeared in South Africa with the Later Stone Age (probably associated with the migration of Y-chromosome haplogroup E into Africa), and the Hofmeyr skull (which resembled Eurasians and not the eternally romanticized Khoe-San). Even in East Africa the advent of modernity was not clear-cut (see Omo I vs. II and the more archaic later Herto specimen).

    It seems that people were misled into thinking of Sub-Saharan Africa as the origin of our species by the genetic observation of greater genetic diversity of Sub-Saharan Africans. But, this diversity could have come about by admixture between people from North Africa and pre-existing people of Sub-Saharan Africa (both early waves of AMH and non-AMH).

    It’s not certain that North Africa will be the end of the story. Fashions shifted from the Near East to East Africa, to North Africa, with every new find. But, the fact that we do find the earliest modern humans in these areas, while we find non-AMH elsewhere (e.g. Europe or South Africa) is gradually constraining the solution to the problem of our origins. My bet remains North Africa; time will tell.


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    My brother Chip Beale inadvertently captured an incredible video of glowing blue ionized energy arcing across a power line in the yard across the street from his house during a recent storm with hail and insane winds on June 5th in Dayton, OH. The blue color and sound are amazing.

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    Manchester UK terror attack; al-Zarqawi and al-Baghdadi as intelligence cut-outs; origins of ISIL; Rita Katz’ SITE, The Search for International Terrorist Enemies; update on war in Syria; the war in Yemen; Israel’s Clean Break Policy of the 1990s complementary to the 1982 Oded Yinon Plan calling for the destruction of the modern Arab nation states and their replacement with warring caliphates and warlords; Trump taking the side of the Sunni Wahhabis; Trump’s Middle East advisor Stephen Miller a hard Zionist; the 2012 Benghazi attack; Russia and US in Syria.

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    BBC journalist Laura Kuenssberg accidentally says c*** live on air during UK election coverage


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    A woman came forward live yesterday, claiming that she is Jennifer Lee Klein…. the little girl that was abducted at the age of three in 1974. She claims her abductors were members of a satanic cult. In addition, she states that Etan Patz and Kurt Newton ( both abducted in the 70s as well) are still alive. At the 36:40 mark she claims she was in the car when Kurt was taken in 1975. The story is unfolding on missing in America’s Facebook page.


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    In a larger part, satellite images and other photographs show that numerous blocks of buildings have disappeared in a large area. The neighborhoods of Fatih Paşa, Hasırlı and Cemal Yılmaz, in particular, have lost the overwhelming majority of their structures. The Turkish government has not demonstrated any serious effort even to salvage authentic elements of historical buildings and monuments among the debris which has been excavated quickly and roughly. To summarize, the authentic historic fabric of almost half of the old city of Diyarbakir has been lost forever.

    The fortress, which is the core of the World Heritage property, has suffered damaging impacts from the Turkish government and security forces. For example, poles have been put into the walls and towers, creating meter-long holes; toilets have been installed on the fortress for soldiers and police, significantly contaminating the walls with waste water; many small structures have been built at the foot of the walls; and military equipment has been installed on the towers in order to shoot into Suriçi.

    Aside from the physical destruction, the continuity of community and private life has been disrupted. Production based on handicrafts and trade has been terminated. Almost 20,000 people from destroyed houses have been displaced, bringing to an end a lifestyle with a history of thousands of years.


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    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called on the Saudi Arabia-led coalition, which includes UAE, Bahrain and Egypt and others, to lift its blockade of Qatar, saying that the cutoff is hindering the fight against the (Qatar-funded) Islamic State. Tillerson also said the blockade had led to food shortages and forced families to uproot themselves and pull their children from school.

    “We believe there are unintended consequences, especially during this holy month of Ramadan but they can be addressed immediately,” Tillerson said.


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    The CIA’s Cloddish ISIS Attack on Duterte | F. William Engdahl


    Indonesian intelligence puts the estimate of ISIS terrorists that are already in the Philippines at 1,200, about 40 of whom are Indonesians.

    The remaining Maute-ISIS terrorists in Marawi are said to be moving from one building to another through the basements, and tunnel network in the city — a painful reminder of the deadly experience during the skirmishes in 1970s.


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    Helen Reece, a reader in law at the London School of Economics, called on Theresa May, the Home Secretary, to relax rules which automatically ban sex offenders from caring for children, saying that this could breach their human rights.
    In an article in the respected Child and Family Law Quarterly, Miss Reece suggested that reoffending rates were not high among sex criminals, adding: “despite growing public concern over paedophilia, the numbers of child sex murders are very low.”


    Another creeping attempt to legalise and normalise child sexual abuse under the guise of ‘human rights’.

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    veritas semper … Luc X. Ifer Jun 9, 2017 12:29 PM
    You’re right,but Romanians are now as indoctrinated as the West,even more,they hate Russia (for what the Bolshevicks did,they do not know that it was the Jooos that brought communism to them. In the first communist government ,there were 189 joos(from a population of less then 2%),35 from different minorities(all representing 0.3% from population,and ONLY 8 Romanians,also they were the majority ,by far,very homogeneous population. When the Bolshevicks invaded,they brought with them many Jewesses they called Russians and those women married prominent Romanian leaders.(Ana Pauker was a very powerful Jewess who coordinated all this)

    The Bolshevicks occupied all the positions of power,especially the repressive force. One of these was the father of the Prime Minister after the so called Romanian Revolution to get rid of Ceausescu,Petre Roman.(that was a color See Eye Aye revolution)

    The Bolshevicks triggered an unbelivable terror. My grandparents were small farmers,they were decleared enemies of the state and deported and EVERYTHING they had was taken away.They were thrown in the street with only their cloths and the grandparents on my father’s side deported(they had land,animals ,vineyards-they were working from 5AM til late night).

    You,here do not know what these people are capable of.

    The brainwashing and propaganda was massive.People did not believe them,but most of the Romanians do not know who the real enemy was and were blaming the Russains who were their victims too

    Boths my grandparents died bc of heartbreake(I realize this now),waiting for the Americans to come and help(they did not know that the Americans ,the American jew banks financed the Bolshevicks and made a deal with Stakin later.

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    I agree. I have the same background and history. My family of small bourgeois lost everything to Bolsheviks and my grandfather did Siberia for being a secretary in Antonescu’s regime even if having jewish ancestry.

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    EXCLUSIVE: This is the first picture of the British woman with the Romanian baby she stole. And as this investigation reveals, countless other children are being bred to order in Mafia-run baby farms:
    The Baby Factory is run with brutal efficiency. As soon as an order has been placed, a woman is chosen to produce a baby. Only the beautiful girls are selected to join the production line.

    The customers will, the owners of the factory know all too well, pay a higher price for an angelic-looking baby. The blue-eyed ones are particularly prized.

    The woman is impregnated by mafia racketeers and then looked after, housed, fed and clothed for the next nine months.

    She does not give birth in hospital in case someone asks too many questions. Rather, she has the baby in a makeshift maternity suite – a room in a house rented by the factory for the purpose.

    A trained midwife in the pay of the factory is on hand to ensure a safe delivery. There is, after all, a lot of money at stake. Up to £20,000, in fact.


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    Well, they always try to be ‘controversial’ so that they stir up a response in the media, outrage sells, they want to make money with their show. That’s one of the forces dragging our culture down into the gutter. When the shock of one pop act wears off, the next one has to be even more extreme and revolting to get any result.
    The jewish moguls in Hollywood have known this for a century, the way to make money is to cause a scandal which attracts publicity. It’s why Murdoch took the Sun newspaper downmarket filling it with naked women. Appealing to the most vulgar and decadent forces in soceity, same as in Weimar Germany. What was judged to be disgusting, obscene and unacceptable pornography, a few years ago, is now in the mainstream, via people like Madonna and Lady Gaga and Brittany Spears. Now we get into the next stage, cannibalism, rape of children and infants, bestiality, and all that.
    All part of the Bread and Circuses to keep the rabble compliant and distracted.

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    Bugger this sound processing technology.

    It’s taken me hours to figure out how to get a playable file out of the thing. And now it tells me it’s not going to do it, because ‘The export range is empty. Please set right and left locators’.

    I have no idea what the ‘export range’ is, or what the ‘locators’ are that need to be set….

    It’s always the same with every specialist area, they make their own jargon to exclude those who not ‘one of us’, same with carpenters, plumbers, chefs, mechanics, doctors, etc.

    I know, I know, RTFM…. or try and find a youtube video that explains….

    (Read the effing manual).

    What was good about Apple Mac GUI (Graphical User Interface) was that they had smart industrial designers who made it intuitive and obvious. And if you wanted to save a file it’s got ‘Save As…’ which gives options. This says ‘Export’ and then ‘Audio Mixdown’ and then stops with the above alert, offering me no clues… Bastards.

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    After so many months, they’re finally catching up with George Webb….

    Over the past few months, the story of the Awan brothers has been largely ignored by mainstream media. However, the brothers Abid, Imran, and Jamal Awan are at the center of a criminal investigation by Capital Hill Police. The Awan brothers were Pakistani IT specialists who worked for more than 30 house and senate democrats, as well as D Wasserman Schultz. The substantial scandal has raised questions about who may have been passed data which the Awans had access to, given Pakistan’s history of collaborating with a number of foreign countries who have demonstrated past willingness to influence Pindosi politics. Imran was first employed in 2004 by former Demagog Rep Robert Wexler as an “information technology director” before he began working in Wasserman Schultz’s office in 2005. The family was paid extremely well, with Imran Awan being paid nearly $2m for working as an IT support staffer for House Demagogs since 2004. Abid Awan and his wife, Hina Alvi, were each paid more than $1m working for House Demagogs. In total, since 2003, the family has collected nearly $5m. The staffer’s services were so important to congress critturs that on Mar 22 2016, eight Demagogs on the House Intelligence Committee issued a letter requesting that their staffers be granted TS/SCI clearance. Of those that signed the letter were representatives Jackie Speier) and Andre Carson, the second Muslim in Congress, both of whom employed the Awan brothers. The brothers were also employed by members of the House Intelligence and Foreign Affairs Committee, including Jackie Speier, Andre Carson, Joaquín Castro, Lois Frankel, Robin Kelly and Ted Lieu, who has since openly called for leaks by members of Pres Trump’s administration, despite the fact that he may until recently have been under surveillance by a foreign entity. One bombshell that has been all but ignored by the main stream media is that Imran Awan had access to Wasserman Schultz’s iPad password, meaning that the brothers also had direct access to the notorious DNC emails. The brothers are accused of removing hundreds of thousands of dollars of equipment from Congressional offices, including computers and servers, while also running a procurement scheme in which they bought equipment, then overcharged the House administrative office that assigns such contractors to Congress critturs. Some Congressional aides believe that the Awans are blackmailing Reps based on the contents of their emails and files, due to the fact that these Reps have displayed unwavering and intense loyalty towards the former aides. For example Gregory Meeks, once named one of the most corrupt of all Congress critturs, has at one time or another employed each of the brothers, and has stated:

    They’re bein falsely targeted because they are Muslims, some with ties to Pakistan.

    According to Pat Sower, who has managed IT services for several Congress critturs, something is amiss:

    There’s no question about it: If I was accused of a tenth of what these guys are accused of, they’d take me out in handcuffs that same day, and I’d never work again.


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    Whew, seems Labour win the last seat to be counted, Kensington, from Tories, by just 20 votes !


    Seems that the Democratic Unionist Party’s only requirement for Brexit is that the border between Northern Ireland & Republic of Ireland stays open.
    As RoI is outside the Schengen Area, this is actually fine. To some degree there is free movement, but only in Ireland. It does not necessitate giving non-Irish nationals the right to live/work in NI or UK. So a coalition with Tories should work.

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    I posted this comment over at Mark Chapman’s Kremlin Stooge blog originally. What do MoA barflies make of the news in the links? Are we finally seeing the fake news about Russian involvement in the 2016 US Presidential elections crumble into dust and the responsibility for this news and the damage it has caused placed fairly and squarely with the Democrats themselves and Crowdstrike?

    Some news [is] now trickling into the blogosphere that the Democratic National Convention paid Crowdstrike – that’s the cyber-security firm headed by Dmitri Alperovich with links to the Chalupa sisters and the Ukrainian diaspora in North America – to hack into its own server.

    “DNC Russian Hackers Found!”

    “CONFIRMED: DNC paid the ‘Russian’ founder of CrowdStrike to hack its server so it could be blamed on Russia!”

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    Unopposed by the US Air Force and its vetted Syrian proxies, the SAA and its allies drove through over 40 kilometers of abandoned desert territory and managed to link up with an Iraqi garrison across the border.
    The advance was confirmed by the Russian Ministry of Defense and an Hezbollah-linked outlet moments ago.
    Effectively, the SAA is now able to reopen trade between Damascus and Baghdad. Government forces have not controlled any parts of the largely ISIS-controlled border with Iraq since 2014.
    In addition, Hezbollah is now able to be supplied with weapons from Tehran via an all-important land route. Previously, the Lebanese group relied on complicated airlifts for new armaments.” (Al Masdar News)

    I thought this might be the next move and here it is. Leith Fadel also reports there was some kind of agreement between Washington and Moscow to let this happen. I don’t think we (the US) had much of a choice in this. The R+6 called our bluff and we blinked. I think it is significant that the SAA and Hezbollah column that made the 40 km dash to the border linked up with the Iraqi PMU. I would now consider the R+6 as the R+7.

    What’s next? This map shown during a Russian MOD briefing says it all. The R+6 intends to continue the drive east to secure the Iraqi-Syrian border and capture Al Bukamal.


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    Moslems don’t hold to the doctrine of salvation, do they ?

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    If Northern Ireland were a normal democracy, the election campaign would be dominated by a single question: how did the Democratic Unionist Party end up advancing the cause of a united Ireland through its support for Brexit? More specifically: what role did dark money play in that extraordinary decision? This story has all the makings of a John le Carré thriller but democracy on this island needs facts, not fiction.

    To recap briefly: two days before the Brexit referendum last June, the Metro freesheet in London and other British cities came wrapped in a four-page glossy propaganda supplement urging readers to vote Leave. Bizarrely, it was paid for by the DUP, even though Metro does not circulate in Northern Ireland. At the time, the DUP refused to say what the ads cost or where the money came from.

    We’ve since learned that the Metro wraparound cost a staggering £282,000 (€330,000) – surely the biggest single campaign expense in the history of Irish politics. For context, the DUP had spent about £90,000 (€106,000) on its entire campaign for the previous month’s assembly elections. But this was not all: the DUP eventually admitted that this spending came from a much larger donation of £425,622 (€530,000) from a mysterious organisation, the Constitutional Research Council.

    The mystery is not why someone seeking to influence the Brexit vote would want to do so through the DUP. Disgracefully, Northern Ireland is exempt from the UK’s requirements for the sources of large donations to be declared. The mystery, rather, is who were the ultimate sources of this money and why was it so important to keep their identities secret.


    What they found is that Richard Cook has a history of involvement with a very senior and powerful member of the Saudi royal family, who also happens to have been a former director of the Saudi intelligence agency. In April 2013, Cook jointly founded a company called Five Star Investments with Prince Nawwaf bin Abdul Aziz al Saud.

    The prince, whose address is given as a royal palace in Jeddah, is listed on the company’s initial registration as the holder of 75 per cent of the shares. Cook had 5 per cent. The other 20 per cent of the shares belonged to a man called Peter Haestrup, a Danish national with an address in Wiltshire, whose own colourful history we must leave aside for reasons of space.

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    Presidents, Prime Ministers, Congressmen, Generals, Spooks, Soldiers and Police ADMIT to False Flag Terror

    In the following instances, officials in the government which carried out the attack (or seriously proposed an attack) admit to it, either orally, in writing, or through photographs or videos:


    (7) The British government admits that – between 1946 and 1948 – it bombed 5 ships carrying Jews attempting to flee the Holocaust to seek safety in Palestine, set up a fake group called “Defenders of Arab Palestine”, and then had the psuedo-group falsely claim responsibility for the bombings (and see this, this and this).

    (8) Israel admits that in 1954, an Israeli terrorist cell operating in Egypt planted bombs in several buildings, including U.S. diplomatic facilities, then left behind “evidence” implicating the Arabs as the culprits (one of the bombs detonated prematurely, allowing the Egyptians to identify the bombers, and several of the Israelis later confessed) (and see this and this).

    The U.S. Army does not believe this is an isolated incident. For example, the U.S. Army’s School of Advanced Military Studies said of Mossad (Israel’s intelligence service):

    “Ruthless and cunning. Has capability to target U.S. forces and make it look like a Palestinian/Arab act.”

    (9) The CIA admits that it hired Iranians in the 1950′s to pose as Communists and stage bombings in Iran in order to turn the country against its democratically-elected prime minister.

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    b said…
    Word was that the “agreement between Washington and Moscow” in this case consisted of some harsh and direct words from the Russian military to CentCom to stay away or get smoked.

    It followed a day after Lavrov officially and publicly called out the activities at al-Tanf as completely illegal and rejected the ludicrous U.S. claim of some agreed upon “deconflicting zone” there.

    It may well be that the U.S. has now given up on the project of capturing south-east Syria. The Russians called their bluff after the U.S. operation to divert the R6 from the east by launching a campaign to take Deraa had failed.

    The U.S. soldiers on the ground never believed in it anyway.

    At the end of May Jack Murphy had a Sofrep piece on the area.
    “Nobody believes in it. You’re like, ‘Fuck this,’” a former Green Beret says of America’s covert and clandestine programs to train and arm Syrian militias. “Everyone on the ground knows they are jihadis. No one on the ground believes in this mission or this effort, and they know they are just training the next generation of jihadis, so they are sabotaging it by saying, ‘Fuck it, who cares?’”

    “I don’t want to be responsible for Nusra guys saying they were trained by Americans,” the Green Beret added. A second Special Forces soldier commented that one Syrian militia they had trained recently crossed the border from Jordan on what had been pitched as a large-scale shaping operation that would change the course of the war. Watching the battle on a monitor while a drone flew overhead, “We literally watched them, with 30 guys in their force, run away from three or four ISIS guys.”

    Toward the end of 2014, the CIA had less than 20 targeting officers and analysts dedicated to fighting ISIS. As of early 2016, the situation had improved little. According to several sources, the CIA simply does not care about ISIS. Using an excuse that ISIS is an army rather than a terrorist organization, they have punted the job to Army special operations—the men of Special Forces and Delta Force.

    In Syria, the overwhelming priority for the CIA is what some CTC officers call Director John Brennan’s baby: the removal of the Assad regime.

    More at Sofrep …

    Reply 10 June 2017 at 02:47 AM

    Old Microbiologist said…
    On Russian news sites are stories with photos of US Army helicopters evacuating ISIS leadership from Raqqa. Interesting if true but backs up the US attacking SAA forces repeatedly in defense of both ISIS and Al Qaeda.

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    innertrader Jun 10, 2017 11:38 AM

    by George Roof, Chief Master Sergeant, USAF (Retired)


    Because I am a “lifer” in the military, I’ve seen the impact of a president more than many of you can imagine. I enlisted with LBJ and saw just what a Democrat clusterflock was all about. I went to Vietnam and saw how we were constantly and incessantly bombarded with micromanagement from Washington that got thousands of military people killed. I sometimes wonder if I’ll get to heaven, but if I go to hell, I’m sure I’ll still be a few hundred floors above that bastard Robert McNamara , LBJ, John Kerry, Jane Fonda, and yes, even the “hero” John McCain

    After Johnson “abdicated” rather than having his ass waxed, I lived through Nixon who was hawkish but allowed the generals (and there WERE a few real generals back then versus now) run the show. He was so out of touch that he never knew North Vietnam was about to surrender when the Paris Accord was presented.

    Only God could help us after Gerald Ford was beaten by Jimmy Peanuts who’d been funded by Saudi money. The military was turned into Section 8 and even the WhiteHouse suffered the austerity.

    Then the light began to shine and Ronald Reagan swept into the fray. He not only loved the country and the military, they loved him back. Esprit d’corps was off the scale during his presidency. The Liberals were slowly turning into socialists, however, and about this time all the draft dodgers of the 1960’s who’d been given amnesty by Jimmy Peanuts were turning out college graduates with degrees in socialism.

    Bush 1 was an enigma from the CIA and though he never did much either way, he NEVER DID MUCH EITHER WAY.

    Welcome to Bill Clinton. Clinton spent most of his two terms wagging the dog and creating the Oral Office, sending a bomber to blow up Quaddafi’s tent and killing a goat or two, while allowing the UN to set up the infamous Black Hawk Down situation. He made history by becoming only the second president to be impeached.

    I actually felt sorry for Bush 2. He was doomed to infamy from the start. He thought most of America was still the rah rah patriots of WWII when they were simply socialists waiting to feed him to the sharks.

    Then there came the Manchurian Candidate with a faked (OK Democrats, let’s say “of questionable origin” to assuage your PC brains) birth certificate, who’d gotten a free ride through college under a foreign student exemption, and whose college records and complete life history had been sealed. (We know more about Thomas Jefferson’s bastard children than we do about Obama, Michelle, OR their two kids.) From his inaugural address, he slandered America and within days had begun to encourage dissension of the races as well as slandering police who “acted stupidly.” That was mild to the crap that would come in doubling the national debt from what had been built by ALL THE PREVIOUS PRESIDENTS COMBINED, feeding us bullshit about how Muslims built this country, and nationalizing American industries. Fueled by George Soros’ money and using the Air Force fleet as his personal charters, he appointed malcontents and traitors into positions of authority. He trashed the Constitution by installing “czars” (interesting he chose a title like that) to bypass Congressional authority. By that time, Congress was completely corrupt on both sides of the aisle. No one had balls to impeach this charlatan.

    Mysteriously, the lone outspoken conservative Supreme Court Justice suddenly dies in his sleep at an “Obama pal’s” hunting lodge and the Supreme Court is evenly split. Finally, Congress shows some balls and rejects Obama’s nomination. The Libertards aren’t worried because the fix is in. Soros has paid demonstrators to cause turmoil at all the Republican gatherings, Obama concedes that illegal aliens should vote as they won’t be prosecuted, and Soros-manufactured voting machines are caught switching votes in certain precincts. Hillary has cheated her way to the nomination and her lies are completely ignored by the brainwashed minions of sycophants who follow her

    But a shocking thing happened on the way to the forum.

    Middle America had had enough and although the pollsters and the pipers tried to convince them not even to bother to vote, they were fed up with the denizens of the swamp. It was time. Florida was designated a “swing” state ignoring that all those old retirees living in St. Petersburg, and the fed up Cuban Americans of Miami weren’t interested in their platform. Ohio and Pennsylvania, where coal production was blacklisted and where Obama had ridiculed them for “clinging to their Bibles and their guns,” lay awaiting this supposed “landslide” Hillary vote and creamed it.

    The Socialist world of the Democratic Party disintegrated. An American who expressed unbridled love of country and respect for police, firemen, and military steamrolled across the heartland and the liberals realized their scheme was trashed. A CONSTITUTIONALIST would be nominated to the Supreme Court and if the old hag Ginsburg who’d claimed to retire if Trump were elected would actually leave, the Supreme Court would have a massive majority of CONSTITUTIONALISTS for the next 40-50 years.

    Now, the same party who’d ridiculed Trump on his comments about the election being rigged, started screaming that the election was rigged. They even advocated having the election repeated. They created mobs that burned and pillaged, stopped traffic, threatened murder, battery and rape of Trump supporters, and became the anarchists that the socialist dream thrives upon. They run like castrated pigs for safe zones and use diaper pins as their national symbol.

    This is exactly what happens when political correctness takes over and participation trophies are awarded to everyone. They can’t conceive how disgusting and subservient they have become. Donald Trump may NOT be the best person for the job, but he’s such a welcome respite from the candy-assed whimps who’ve been running the swamp that it’s refreshing to see. At the very least, Donald Trump derailed the Socialist train and bought us precious time. If he only does half of what he’s promised, we’ll still be legions ahead of where Obama has dragged us. Already countries who held us in contempt are lining up to be found in the favor of America.

    So for you liberal lurkers and you half-assed fence-sitters, fuck off! You had your big hurrah and now your party is over. For you staunch Republicans in office, don’t gloat so much yourselves. You’ve been put on notice by the American people that we’re fed up with ALL YOU BASTARDS and if you don’t start putting America first, you do so at your own peril. You might want to buy a copy of George McGovern’s autobiography and see how shocking and humbling it can be for a professional politician to have to try to find legitimate work once he falls from grace.

    This election was pure, unadulterated AMERICAN. Hillary got beaten and AMERICA WON THE ELECTION You can claim he’s not “your president” all you want, but unless you forfeit your American citizenship,

    YES HE IS!!!!

    Go cry a river some place they need water…..try ‘KALIFORNIA’ for starters!

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    Moe Howard innertrader Jun 10, 2017 12:43 PM
    I can agree with most of the history based on my service.

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    Blankone innertrader Jun 10, 2017 12:35 PM
    Not one mention about Israel or the jews. Bush put on a pedestal when his and his families ties to 911 are clear. No mention of the lies used to begin he wars in the ME (Iraq) and solidify the use of the armed forces as killers for profit.

    And Regan? That piece of shit who conned the people with his trickle down BS and debt.

    Not one mention about how Trump filled his admin with jews and the same swamp creatures as before. Not one mention about how Trump has reversed or abandoned most of his promises.

    This guy is just an example of and part of the problem.

    And yes, Trump is president, just like Clinton was, Obama was, etc..

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    ExplodingEntropy innertrader Jun 10, 2017 11:54 AM
    Thank you. That is a very valueable perspective from the guys who we need on our team.

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    halcyon ExplodingEntropy Jun 10, 2017 12:06 PM
    There’s no “our team”.

    US is run by a small elite, including the army and it’s profits.

    And we ain’t in it.

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    ExplodingEntropy halcyon Jun 10, 2017 12:09 PM
    Our team is the new economy that will pull the rug out from the elites. And real patriots will be needed

  88. ulvfugl says:

    DECLASSIFIED American government documents show that the US intelligence community ran a campaign in the Fifties and Sixties to build momentum for a united Europe. It funded and directed the European federalist movement.

    The documents confirm suspicions voiced at the time that America was working aggressively behind the scenes to push Britain into a European state. One memorandum, dated July 26, 1950, gives instructions for a campaign to promote a fully fledged European parliament. It is signed by Gen William J Donovan, head of the American wartime Office of Strategic Services, precursor of the CIA.

    The documents were found by Joshua Paul, a researcher at Georgetown University in Washington. They include files released by the US National Archives. Washington’s main tool for shaping the European agenda was the American Committee for a United Europe, created in 1948. The chairman was Donovan, ostensibly a private lawyer by then.

    The vice-chairman was Allen Dulles, the CIA director in the Fifties. The board included Walter Bedell Smith, the CIA’s first director, and a roster of ex-OSS figures and officials who moved in and out of the CIA. The documents show that ACUE financed the European Movement, the most important federalist organisation in the post-war years. In 1958, for example, it provided 53.5 per cent of the movement’s funds.

    The European Youth Campaign, an arm of the European Movement, was wholly funded and controlled by Washington. The Belgian director, Baron Boel, received monthly payments into a special account. When the head of the European Movement, Polish-born Joseph Retinger, bridled at this degree of American control and tried to raise money in Europe, he was quickly reprimanded.

    The leaders of the European Movement – Retinger, the visionary Robert Schuman and the former Belgian prime minister Paul-Henri Spaak – were all treated as hired hands by their American sponsors. The US role was handled as a covert operation. ACUE’s funding came from the Ford and Rockefeller foundations as well as business groups with close ties to the US government.

    The head of the Ford Foundation, ex-OSS officer Paul Hoffman, doubled as head of ACUE in the late Fifties. The State Department also played a role. A memo from the European section, dated June 11, 1965, advises the vice-president of the European Economic Community, Robert Marjolin, to pursue monetary union by stealth.

    It recommends suppressing debate until the point at which “adoption of such proposals would become virtually inescapable”.


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