Tolkien, Ch’an, The Nine Unknown Men, MKULTRA, Ravens






It has been the assumption by many of those in the world of letters that Professor Tolkien’s discovery of The Red Book of Westmarch (and other writings) in the early 20th century was not so much an exhumation as a fabrication. That is, like James Macpherson and the famous controversy of Ossian two hundred years earlier, Mr. Tolkien was considered not an historian but a fiction writer. But unlike Ossian, the existence of Mr. Tolkien’s sources was never even questioned: they were dismissed by all but the most credulous (or faithful) readers out of hand. The documents were believed to be a literary device; almost no one took them seriously. This saved Professor Tolkien the trouble of proving his assertions, but it has led to serious misunderstanding.

It is surprising that no one found it at all strange that a professor of philology with no previous fiction writing credentials, at a premier university, should be the one to ‘imagine’ an entire history, complete with vast chronologies and languages and pre-languages and etymologies and full-blown mythologies. No one thought to ask the question that was begged by all this: if a previously unknown cache of historical documents of a literary nature were to surface anywhere on earth, where would that be?

At the top of the list would certainly be the archaeology departments of Oxford or Cambridge. Who else is still digging in the British Isles? Who else cares about such arcane (and provincial, not to say insular) matters? And who would these archaeologists consult when faced with unknown languages in unknown characters in untranslatable books? They would go first to their own philologists in their own universities, to experts on old northern languages. This is exactly what Mr. Tolkien was.

Coincidence? I think not. And when those discoveries were found to be of the nature they were—positing the existence of hobbits and elves and dwarves and dragons—is it any wonder the archaeologists washed their hands of the whole mess, never wishing to jeopardize their careers by making any statement about the authenticity, or even the existence, of their great find? One would expect them to make a gift of it all to the eccentric philologist who believed in it, though it was not in the least believable. To let him hang himself out to dry in any way he saw fit. Who could have foreseen, after all, that he would publish it to ever greater wealth and fame, and never have to explain a thing? The strange turns that history takes, not even the historians can predict.

 The truth is that The Red Book (or a copy of it) did, and probably still does, exist.


Through the realisation of the state of profound inactivity (that is not limited to its own definitional boundaries), these states naturally arise.  It is not an effort of intellect that achieves these states, and these states are not created out of a logical construction.  The existence of these states is ethereal and not dependent upon the ego in any way.  These states naturally manifest when course delusion is transcended, but the Mind Ground that the Ch’an methods seeks lies even beyond these extraordinary achievements. The pitfalls are many and these states should not serve as the basis for meditation.  Unusual abilities of both mind and body are a consequence of a deep and profound inner journey, and never the focus of the journey itself.  All must be left behind – even the notions of divine powers.  

The ego will try to prevent its own transcendence by taking-on the pretence of spirituality and mimicking these divine powers – catching many beings in a trap that ultimately makes matters spiritually worse, rather than better. The deluded spiritual teacher wraps many innocent beings into his false understanding; this is why the Ch’an method demands an absolute honesty that pushes the practitioner on toward true understanding and realisation.  In the records of Ch’an masters – even a monk who had died – and then re-animated his dead body – had not achieved the final position.  This demonstrates that some times, when some progress has been made on the spiritual path, the consequential fruits can hinder further progress and become a gold chain that blocks development.  

The Buddha himself cut through the haze of delusion in two ways; one way involved the meticulous explanation of Dhamma – expressing the same wisdom from many different perspectives. Including the use of chanting to break through – and secondly the direct approach that allows for no distinction whatsoever.  This is why the Buddha’s pathway is very diverse.  It can be entered from many different life-circumstances, but despite which dharani door is used, the Mind Ground that is realised is exactly the same.

‘Licchavi Vimalakirti came to the foot of that tree and said to me, ’Reverend Sariputra, this is not the way to absorb yourself in contemplation. You should absorb yourself in contemplation so that neither body nor mind appear anywhere in the triple world. You should absorb yourself in contemplation in such a way that you can manifest all ordinary behavior without forsaking cessation. You should absorb yourself in contemplation in such a way that you can manifest the nature of an ordinary person without abandoning your cultivated spiritual nature.’

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What is Ch’an? Ch’an is the name of mind,What is mind? Mind is
the substance of Ch’an. Bodhidharma came from theWest and expounded
only the direct pointing at man’s mind. At first, the term Ch’an
was not used, but the outcome of this direct pointing was the subsequent
awakening (of followers of the sect). In their questions and answers,
that (which had no name) was referred to as Ch’an (for convenience’s
sake). However, Ch’an cannot be understood by learning or by a lucky
chance. When the self-mind is realized, either speech or silence, and
motion or stillness, is unexpectedly Ch’an. At the moment of this
unexpected Ch’an, automatically the mind manifests itself.


The Indian Emperor Ashoka started a “Secret Society of the Nine Unknown Men“: great Indian scientists who were supposed to catalogue the many sciences. Ashoka kept their work secret because he was afraid that the advanced science catalogued by these men, culled from ancient Indian sources, would be used for the evil purpose of war, which Ashoka was strongly against, having been converted to Buddhism after defeating a rival army in a bloody battle. The “Nine Unknown Men” wrote a total of nine books, presumably one each.

Book number was “The Secrets of Gravitation” This book, known to historians, but not actually seen by them dealt chiefly with “gravity control.” It is presumably still around somewhere, kept in a secret library in India, Tibet or elsewhere (perhaps even in North America somewhere). One can certainly understand Ashoka’s reasoning for wanting to keep such knowledge a secret, assuming it exists. Ashoka was also aware devastating wars using such advanced vehicles and other “futuristic weapons” that had destroyed the ancient Indian “Rama Empire” several thousand years before.

According to ancient Indian texts, the people had flying machines which were called “Vimanas.” The ancient Indian epic describes a Vimana as a double-deck, circular aircraft with portholes and a dome, much as we would imagine a flying saucer. It flew with the “speed of the wind” and gave forth a “melodious sound.” There were at least four different types of Vimanas; some saucer shaped, others like long cylinders (“cigar shaped airships”).

In 1875, the Vaimanika Shastra, a fourth century B.C. text written by Bharadvajy the Wise, using even older texts as his source, was rediscovered in a temple in India. It dealt with the operation of Vimanas and included information on the steering, precautions for long flights, protection of the airships from storms and lightening and how to switch the drive to “solar energy” from a free energy source which sounds like “anti-gravity.”

The Vaimanika Shastra (or Vymaanika-Shaastra) has eight chapters with diagrams, describing three types of aircraft, including apparatuses that could neither catch on fire nor break. It also mentions 31 essential parts of these vehicles and 16 materials from which they are constructed, which absorb light and heat; for which reason they were considered suitable for the construction of Vimanas.

The Hakatha (Laws of the Babylonians) states quite unambiguously:

“The privilege of operating a flying machine is great. The knowledge of flight is among the most ancient of our inheritances. A gift from ’those from upon high’. We received it from them as a means of saving many lives.”

More fantastic still is the information given in the ancient Chaldean work, The Sifrala, which contains over one hundred pages of technical details on building a flying machine. It contains words which translate as graphite rod, copper coils, crystal indicator, vibrating spheres, stable angles, etc.


From The Letters of Aldous Huxley, edited for the book Moksha, by Michael Horowitz, we find:


Huxley and Osmond visited Dr. Timothy Leary at Harvard, where the Psychedelic Research Project had gotten underway. Here is Leary’s account of his impressions of Huxley upon the occasion of their first meetings in Cambridge.

~ Michael Horowitz

We talked about how to study and use the consciousness-expanding drugs and we clicked along agreeably on the do’s and the not-to-do’s. We would avoid the behaviorist approach to others’ awareness. Avoid labeling or depersonalizing the subject.We should not impose our own jargon or our own experimental games on others. We were not out to discover new laws, which is to say, to discover the redundant implications of our own premises. We were not to be limited by the pathological point of view. We were not to interpret ecstasy as mania, or calm serenity as catatonia; we were not to diagnose Buddha as a detached schizoid; nor Christ as an exhibitionistic masochist; nor the mystic experience as a symptom; nor the visionary state as a model psychosis. Aldous Huxley chuckling away with compassionate humor at human folly.

And with such erudition! Moving back and forth in history, quoting the mystics. Wordsworth. Plotinus. The Areopagite. William James.[53]

~ Timothy Leary

Serendipitously, Huxley’s everywhere! As I exposed in my last article, “Entheogens: What’s in a Name?,” Humphry Osmond was in fact MKULTRA, and it’s well known that he worked directly with Huxley:

As it turns out, Dr. Hoffer was a CIA MKULTRA doctor and worked with Dr. Osmond performing human experiments in Saskatchewan; as was Dr. John Smythies, who contributed to MKULTRA subproject 8 at the Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology. As a CIA MKULTRA document of March 25, 1964, exposes, Osmond was further involved with Subproject 47 with Dr. Carl Pfeiffer, who wrote the letter on Osmond’s letterhead.[54]

From the reunion video A Conversation on LSD, 1979, we find Osmond and Tim Leary discussing Leary’s hiring. Osmond’s been drinking and discloses some important and vivid revelations: that he and Huxley had hired Dr. Timothy Leary to take on the persona of ‘Tim Leary’ the hip drug pusher:


This one previous blog post had far more hits than any other. Possibly because it preceded my recent time in hospital, so there was a break, and visitors were forced to look at it several times. Not sure if that’s the correct conclusion to draw, but seems the most likely.

There were about seven hundred. The great Throne Room was crammed with fairies, of all ages and of all degrees of beauty and ugliness — good fairies and bad fairies, flower fairies and moon fairies, fairies like spiders and fairies like butterflies — and as the Queen opened the door and began to say how sorry she was to have kept them waiting, they all cried, with one voice: “Why didn’t you ask me to your christening party?”


People in History and Legend up to about A.D.1000


There is no reason why you, dear reader, should be interested in my travails here, because you are responsible for your own health, welfare, and survival, not mine, there are something like 7 and a half billion of us humans, every single one has got their problems. But if you are curious, my mind/brain stuff seems to have improved a lot. I don’t get so many blank moments as I was having. You know, finding I have no idea why I am standing facing in a particular direction, having totally lost the plot. Blown a fuse in my short-term memory system.


My right leg has got worse, not better, so I need to consult the doctors about that.

If I walk twenty or thirty yards it more or less seizes up and is useless. Perhaps I need a crutch, like Long John Silver. And a parrot. Although a raven would be more appropriate. I suppose a semi useless leg is still better than no leg at all.

Actually, I do have ravens, they are around every day, but they are free and wild and like to keep their distance, not perch on my shoulder. Good thing, probably, from their point of view and mine. I mean, if I had a tamed one or more, in here, they’d wreck the place and shite everywhere.

I do not know if this leg problem is because of blood clots that happened in the leg, or blood clots that damaged the parts of the brain controlling the leg. I’ve been given mixed information by the doctors which I would like to clarify when I have an opportunity. I suppose those possibilities are not mutually exclusive, could be both.

That said, I am still alive, fwiw, and mostly quite grateful for that and enjoying my existence. The weather is still mild. I think that surviving the coming winter is a challenge. I can no longer do many of the things I used to do.


Right. So much for that. What else ? I admire this woman’s work. It’s always original and interesting, even if I do not agree with everything.


Let’s see if I can gather my frazzled wits together sufficient to write something intelligible and interesting. This is a struggle, my battered being drifts all over the place, mentally and physically. Like trying to steer a car with only three functioning wheels. I know this because I did it once. A Morris Mini Minor. By the time I got home most of the rubber tyre was gone and the metal hub was scraping the tarmac producing magnificent displays of sparks.

I’m a generalist. I know a little about almost every subject. Most people who get educated in this country these days end up knowing a lot about one small sector of knowledge and very little about anything else. Nothing wrong with that. Modern soceity relies upon specialists to function. There just isn’t time or resources for everyone to be taught about everything.

That said, I have devoted a lot more time and effort to learning about some aspects of life than others.  I know quite a lot about wildlife, woodworking, trees, old houses, quite a lot about musical instruments and art, quite a lot about religions, and so on.

I am so fortunate that I ended up living in a place, at a place, that is perfect for someone like me. Very quiet and secluded, wonderful views, lots of animals and birds, faraway from all the craziness and frenzy.

That’s some of the positive side. On the negative side, my bodily health means I can no longer attend to this place to the standard I would wish. I need to heal and recover, if I can. Of course, I may get more ill and I’m bound to die eventually, sooner or later. We shall see. Time will tell, eh 🙂

This situation is not new to me. Seventeen years ago I expected to die, but I managed to survive and recover, and life has been very sweet since. I’m grateful for that extension.

[Thanks to P. for contribution.]

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392 Responses to Tolkien, Ch’an, The Nine Unknown Men, MKULTRA, Ravens

  1. ulvfugl says:

    Farmer Don said…
    The Book by Robert Davies, “The Strange Death of Europe” lists the effects of huge uncontrolled Islamic immigration into post-Christian Europe.

    Things are changing, and on the whole, it you prefer Classic European culture and values compared to current Islamic culture and values, you’re side is loosing.

    Reply 23 September 2017 at 04:24 PM

    The Strange Death of Europe is a highly personal account of a continent and culture caught in the act of suicide. Declining birth rates, mass immigration, and cultivated self-distrust and self-hatred have come together to make Europeans unable to argue for themselves and incapable of resisting their own comprehensive alteration as a society and an eventual end.

    This is not just an analysis of demographic and political realities, it is also an eyewitness account of a continent in self-destruct mode. It includes accounts based on travels across the entire continent, from the places where migrants land to the places they end up, from the people who pretend they want them to the places which cannot accept them.

    Murray takes a step back at each stage and looks at the bigger and deeper issues which lie behind a continent’s possible demise, from an atmosphere of mass terror attacks to the steady erosion of our freedoms. The book addresses the disappointing failure of multiculturalism, Angela Merkel’s U-turn on migration, the lack of repatriation, and the Western fixation on guilt. Murray travels to Berlin, Paris, Scandinavia, Lampedusa, and Greece to uncover the malaise at the very heart of the European culture, and to hear the stories of those who have arrived in Europe from far away.

    This sharp and incisive book ends up with two visions for a new Europe–one hopeful, one pessimistic–which paint a picture of Europe in crisis and offer a choice as to what, if anything, we can do next. But perhaps Spengler was right: “civilizations like humans are born, briefly flourish, decay, and die.”

  2. ulvfugl says:

    The Library’s map collection contains over 1,000,000 sheets of maps, charts and plans as well as thousands of atlases. It is the largest map collection in Wales, and one of the largest in the British Isles. The collection contains a wide range of materials from the latest electronic mapping to 16th century maps and charts on vellum. The collection specialises in Welsh material but also has a large number of items covering the rest of the world.
    You can view digital versions of some of the vast collection of maps held at the Library. These have been divided into different categories:

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    As we reported earlier, flash flooding caused by the storm has prompted the NWS to warn that a dam in the northwestern part of the island is in danger of failing, prompting the government to scramble to evacuate the 70,000 residents of the river valley beneath the dam that is in danger of being completely submerged.

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    Spain found itself on the verge of a full-blown sovereign crisis on Saturday, after the “rebel region” of Catalonia rejected giving more control to the central government in defiance of authorities in Madrid who are trying to suppress an independence referendum on Oct. 1.

    As tensions rise ahead of the planned Catalan referendum on October 1, and as Madrid’s crackdown on separatist passions took a turn for the bizarre overnight when as we reported Spain’s plan to send boatloads of military police to Catalonia to halt the referendum backfired with dockers in two ports staging a boycott and refused access, on Saturday Spain’s Public Prosecutor’s Office told Catalan Police chief Josep Lluis Trapero that his officers must now obey orders from a senior state-appointed police coordinator, Spanish news agency EFE reported on Saturday.

    The Catalan Police, however, disagreed and as Bloomberg reports, the SAP union – the largest trade group for the 17,000-member Catalan Police, known as Mossos d’Esquadra – said it would resist hours after prosecutors Saturday ordered that it accept central-government coordination. The rejection echoed comments by Catalan separatist authorities.

    “We don’t accept this interference of the state, jumping over all existing coordination mechanisms,” the region’s Interior Department chief Joaquim Forn said in brief televised comments. “The Mossos won’t renounce exercising their functions in loyalty to the Catalan people.”

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    Amanita #34 and #36

    Stunning articles.

    The reference to 1941 I believe is in another article

    # Getting Tough on North Korea: Iran and Other Mirages

    “In July 1941, in response to the Japanese invasion of Indochina, President Roosevelt took a series of steps that look very much like the sanctions advocated by those who want to get tough on the DPRK. He froze Japanese assets and required that Japan obtain specific export licenses to obtain any US goods—including oil upon which the Japanese economy and military was dependent. Subsequently, the US government denied Japan the right to use the US dollar to purchase goods, thus making it impossible to obtain oil even if licenses were granted. Those who made the decision to take this step were confident Japan would not go to war over the sanctions, since both US and Japanese leaders knew it would be a suicidal act for Japan to do so. The Japanese military chose to gamble on an attack on the US fleet and a simultaneous invasion of South East Asian oil fields. Four years of total war in the Pacific ensued. The Japanese decision was indeed suicidal, but it cost a great deal in American blood and treasure to confirm it.”

    Posted by: daffyDuct | Sep 23, 2017 9:41:28 PM | 43

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    If anyone is worried that we aren’t making an impact, read this: 44% of pedophile cases in the UK now involve evidence gathered by private citizens.

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    I think that they got their scale wrong. I’m 5’11” ish, and head of a rhea (No. 7) was at my head height. I know this from intimate experience, because when they were aggressive in the breeding season, they’d want to bite me and I learned to grab the neck just beneath the head and hold them at arms length until they gave up and ran away.

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    Randolph Bourne, 1918, here

    . . .War is the health of the State. It automatically sets in motion throughout society those irresistible forces for uniformity, for passionate cooperation with the Government in coercing into obedience the minority groups and individuals which lack the larger herd sense. The machinery of government sets and enforces the drastic penalties. The minorities are either intimidated into silence, or brought slowly around by subtle process of persuasion which may seem to them really to be converting them. Of course, the ideal of perfect loyalty, perfect uniformity is never really attained. . . War—or at least modern war waged by a democratic republic against a powerful enemy—seems to achieve for a nation almost all that the most inflamed political idealist could desire. Citizens are no longer indifferent to their Government, but each cell of the body politic is brimming with life and activity. We are at last on the way to full realization of that collective community in which each individual somehow contains the virtue of the whole. . .

    Posted by: Don Bacon | Sep 23, 2017 11:18:15 PM | 46

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    2015 google maps version of the 4chan/reddit coordinates shows a parked suv with masonic square and compass tubalcain and police bumper stickers.


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    Extinct Irish Elk antlers up for auction

    Irish giant deer, is an extinct species of deer in the genus Megaloceros and is one of the largest deer that ever lived. Its range extended across Eurasia during the Pleistocene, from Ireland to Siberia to China. A related form is recorded in China during the Late Pleistocene.[3] The most recent remains of the species have been carbon dated to about 7,700 years ago in Siberia.[4] Although most skeletons have been found in bogs in Ireland, the animal was not exclusive to Ireland and was not closely related to either of the living species currently called elk

    elk (n.)
    late Old English elch, from Old Norse elgr or from an alteration of Old English elh, eolh (perhaps via French scribes), or possibly from Middle High German elch (OED’s suggestion), all from Proto-Germanic *elkh- (source also of Old High German elaho). The modern word “is not the normal phonetic representative” of the Old English one [OED].

    The Germanic words are related to the general word for “deer” in Balto-Slavic (such as Russian losu, Czech los; also see eland), from PIE *olki-, perhaps with reference to the reddish color from root *el- (2) “red, brown” (in animal and tree names); compare Sanskrit harina- “deer,” from hari- “reddish-brown.” Greek alke and Latin alces probably are Germanic loan-words. Applied to similar-looking but unrelated animals in North America.

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    It should be noted, that Ricky Dearman (the father) runs several businesses which include high ranking members of the Church Of England, as well as The MET police.

    It should be further noted, that there is a particular piece of evidence which had been banned from being spoken about on all forums I came across, including David Icke, God Like Productions and the rest. That piece of information is regarding the allowance of the The Christ Church, to allow a band to perform there, while having children in the choir singing Manson lyrics… The band is famed for making “snuff” films, of young men being castrated – as art, allegedly. As well as The Christ Church, it is interesting they should also choose The Crowley Hellfire Caves…

    When the scandal broke, the school were caught deleting teachers from their records and adding new members of staff, surely this is not the actions of misaddressed?

    The BBC interview featuring Ricky Dearman, saw the corners of his mouth turn in delight as he discussed accusations of diabolical gravity.

    Of course, on queue, the media put out the same story over and over, without addressing any of the finer details such as the paediatrician confirmed the children were abused. or the fact the suspects were never formally examined, despite the fact the children identified tattoos which would immediately quash or confirm their accusations.

    It should be further noted that Leon Britton a resident of Hampstead acussed of child abuse, was also identified by his victim by a tattoo, on his groin.

    There is so much more to this case and I personally feel it is the one that if we all focused our energies upon it, could really see some change happening. As we have the documented evidence.

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    Al Gore after /pol/
    Al Gore after /pol/
    20 hours ago
    Oooooh no, not anti-semitism, how dare he speak up against God’s chosen people! What a travesty… Yeah no one cares, there is nothing wrong with pointing out jews are evil.

    Al Gore after /pol/
    Al Gore after /pol/
    20 hours ago
    It is a small rootless international clique that is turning people against each other.

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    In any event the arrival of equipment like this combined with the pontoon bridging indicates to me a determination on the part of R+6 to deny further movement of the SDF into areas east of the Euphrates that the SAG wishes to re-occupy.
    Mike says that the SDF are not going to contest any of the areas that the SAG wants. I hope that is true but DJT has delegated a great deal of authority to CENTCOM. Who knows what they want? pl

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    The recent controversy over a fashion show with satanic symbology within a Christian church has once again thrown a spotlight on the dark history of London and links to pedophilia and rumoured satanism.

    If you’ve been doing this long enough when stories like this come along you realize it’s not an accident.

    We need to ask questions about the 800 children that have died in care in the last ten years, and the 100 children that died between August 2007 and May 2008. Im sorry malnutrition and disease just doesnt cut it, nor do the figures for that matter… Figures that were read out in the house of commons, can we rely upon those or are they the tip of the iceberg, trust has been broken on multiple levels, social services, courts and the very same MP s we turn to for help and guidance. We dont know and wont know, until someone truly independent is allowed to walk talk and take note amongst the biggest criminal elements of our society, the social service departments, the corrupt family court gulags and the many flawed practices of cafcass and expert witnesses. Laming can keep his nose out for once…
    We should be asking why we have german pedagogues coming over to work in our care homes and why Thomas Coram research unit are piloting the very same programme across the country and their association with the Tavistock Institute…I could fill the page with these types of questions however, if we no longer trust the people that may offer answers then its a none starter….but who can blame us…

  25. ulvfugl says:

    French paratrooper shot while in “advising” mission to the Kurdish and Arab troops around Raqqa.

    Posted by: Mina | Sep 24, 2017 3:09:54 AM | 42

    Whenever I want to give advice, I strap on a parachute, exit the plane, deploy the chute and glide, drop and roll. Then I hike to the rendezvous point. It makes for an impressive display before a sit down meeting.

    Posted by: fast freddy | Sep 24, 2017 10:08:04 AM | 43

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    The athletes/mainstream media war against Trump and patriotism roars onwards. All over the mainstream media are stories attacking Trump for talking about the mania of the leftists/black community for dissing the US flag. The election showed this giant rift in America: people (many illegal aliens) attacked citizens who went to Trump rallies and the media giants all sided with the alien flag waving thugs. This was an open declaration of war by our media millionaires that they intended to destroy America. Now, it is full roar, with US citizens, fed up by all this, waving the US flag and telling all the giant ‘entertainment’ system to go to hell. There is this massive boycott brewing and it is spreading.

    It is a fight to the death for at the same time, the liberals are saying any illegal aliens who come here may come and displace citizens. This is a vital issue of greatest importance to the survival of the citizens!

    The doublethink here is amazing. Just like the DNC demands that all our cities be hell holes and blaming others for fleeing the cities when the DNC pushed for ‘integration’ of the schools while at the same time, discipline in schools collapses and the teacher unions push for more of the same. Integration was a failure and it showed quickly why and how it failed and instead of figuring out how to fix it, liberals refused to face reality and doubled down with destructive ‘solutions’.

    Patriotism is supposed to unite people. That is its sole reason to exist. Antipatriotism does the opposite. ANTIFA waves its own flags when attacking citizens! Mexicans wave Mexican flags when attacking citizens! Anyone pretending that flag waving is stupid while they side with flag wavers, is a hypocrite. The fact that entertainers (sports is entertainment) are attacking citizens for being patriotic is a sign that these people hate us, their audience.

  27. ulvfugl says:

    In Lebanon, you can get a manicure while a foreign domestic worker holds your hookah


    A protest at AUB this morning against Samir Khalaf who insulted a student for wearing the Hijab

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    In defence of great crested newts: why these elusive amphibians are worth the worry

    In ecology, a species may be termed “redundant”, if other species within an ecosystem carry out the same functions. But the existence of a redundant species is not pointless. It may become extremely important after a major event, such as a fire or an earthquake, as part of the adaptive process which allows an ecosystem to keep functioning. How do we know which species will be important in the future? We don’t really. We can make predictions about what will happen in the environment, of course, but there is a lot of uncertainty in any complex system: events could unfold along a variety of different paths.

    We are currently in the middle of the sixth mass extinction event of the past half billion years. Amphibian species across the world are declining faster than any other class of animal.

    No. We are NOT ‘in the middle’, although already dire, it has barely BEGUN.

    The question is, what will still remain when it has run its course ?

    Great crested newts might just turn out to have a key role in our own survival.

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    Sperm counts in Western countries have decreased by half in recent years, suggesting a continuing and significant decline in male reproductive health, a new evidence review reports.

    Sperm concentration decreased an average 52 percent between 1973 and 2011, while total sperm count declined by 59 percent during that period, researchers concluded after combining data from 185 studies. The research involved nearly 43,000 men in all.

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    Richardstevenhack said…
    Russia continues to up the ante on accusations that the US is working WITH, not against, ISIS, against Syrian forces…

    Video reports from Russia on the recent attack in the de-confliction zone…Apparently cruise missiles from Russian subs were also involved.

    Dramatic Details Emerge of Russian Pounding of ‘Provocations of US Forces’ in Syria (Russian TV)

    The Russians are now insisting the US is ignoring ISIS – and being ignored by ISIS…

    CONFIRMED: ISIS, the United States and SDF unite on the battle field against Syria and Russia

    Mike Whitney contemplates the “nightmare scenario”…

    Uncle Sam vs. Russia in Syria: The Nightmare Scenario

    It looks to me that things are about as tense as it was back when the US bombed SAA troops around Deir Ezzor or attacked that Syrian airbase with cruise missiles.

    Also, Israel bombed Damascus airport again. Russia has got to begin to think that is getting old eventually, even though the targets are always “Hezbollah weapons transfers” and Russia undoubtedly doesn’t want to confront Israel over Hizballah.


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    What we are dealing with is something that has been going on for over 2000 years. The ideology, the ties and the beliefs go back that long. To the very foundations of all of the religions and through all of the ages in between.
    I have been trying to put all of this together and all of my research and everything I have worked on for the last almost 20 years but it is simply too much. In this paper or article (as you wish to call it) I will attempt to communicate to you the evidence that I have gathered and the ways that I have put all of the pieces together leading me to the conclusions that I have come to. I can not cover each matter on this page in as much detail as it merits at the current time but there is enough material already on JAR2 to verify and support ever single claim that is made here. All you have to do is put the pieces together, as I have and approach things without preconceived notions of intellectual superiority or what you have been taught is in fact reality.

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    Update (2:45 pm ET): In a disturbing update reportedly gleaned from police scanner chatter, the as-yet-to-be-identified assailant in a church shooting in Antioch, Tennessee was reportedly wearing a clown mask at the time of the attack, which left one woman dead and seven other people inured, not including the shooter, who police say shot himself. In an ominous sign, the involvement of the clown mask harkens back to the rash of evil clown sightings across the US last fall, a phenomenon that inspired a mini-hysteria. Perhaps this incident suggests that, just in time for the Halloween season, the phenomenon is set to reoccurr, possibly in an even more malevolent form.

    Notably, a remake of the horror movie “IT”, which features an evil clown named Pennywise, was released two weeks ago.

    The shooter is expected to survive, and will hopefully cooperate with police to provide clues as to his motivation.

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    Father ¢hristmas The_Juggernaut Sep 24, 2017 2:54 PM

    “A male member of the church exited the sanctuary, got a gun from his vehicle and confronted the shooter…”
    “But I tell you, resist an evil person. If anyone smiteth you on the right cheek, goeth and fetch thy pistol from thy vehicle in the parking lot of thy temple.”

    -Matthew 5:39

    political_proxy Rapunzal Sep 24, 2017 2:41 PM
    Lot’s of people died 911 – unlike Sandy Hoax, where no one died.


    2 videos: National school safety expert Wolfgang Halbig explains the evidence he sees that Sandy Hook was a scripted false flag event, going to court on Nov. 15th in $55 million ‘parent’ lawsuit that might reveal the truth

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    As your host is German you may want to read his opinion about today’s federal election results in Germany.

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    Update (5:00 pm ET): Authorities have identified the shooter as Emanuel Kidega Samson, 25, of Murfreesboro. Little is known about Samson or his motivation – other than that he is a black male, and that he wore a clown mask during the assault, before turning his gun on himself. According to the Washington Times, Samson has been discharged from the hospital and will soon be charged with murder and attempting murder for the attack, police said.

    Samson is reportedly a Sudanese immigrant. Screenshots of his Facebook profile have been circulating on Twitter:

    Sudanese genius.

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    “A certain person may be elected by the public on the basis of his merit and ideals – but rarely is this person able to formulate policy, You know, I’ve communicated with one U.S. president, and a second, and a third — presidents come and go but the politics remain the same.

    Do you know why that is?

    So a person is elected — he comes with ideas. Then people with briefcases come visit him, well-dressed, in dark suits — kind of like mine. Except instead of a red tie it’s black or navy.

    This happens from one administration to the next.”



    That’s why is frau Merkel in her fourth term. A “people with briefcases” are pleased with
    her. People abroad and domestic ones, a people who has only loyalty to a money not borders and nations.

    NOTHING WILL CHANGE. Deep State is taking care of it.

    Posted by: Chauncey Gardiner | Sep 24, 2017 6:07:53 PM | 48

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    CotterPyke 1 points (+1|-0) 37 minutes ago (edited 22 minutes ago)
    Leibel Family History. Jewish (Ashkenazic): from the Yiddish personal name Leybl, a pet form of Leyb (see Leib).

    Blood libel: It’s literally this sick fuck’s name

    How many coincidences will it take for some of you here to admit the truth? That pizzagate is only a symptom of ZOG.

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