Wolves, Sex Differences, Jordan Peterson, Dunbar’s Number, Thinking Like A Mountain


In medieval times the range of the wolf covered a large part of Europe. Since then human settlement together with constant hunting has resulted in complete extermination of the wolf in most areas. Records of wolves can be found in many places, for example, in the British Isles. Records many centuries old are still extant. Probably one of the earliest references is contained in a manuscript at the British Museum.

A genealogy of Anglo-Saxon dynasties records the East Anglian founder of a dynasty called “Wuffa” and his tribe, who were known as “Wuffings” (Wolf people). These genealogies were written in A.D. 800 and Wuffa is thought to have ruled about 575 A.D.

In the famous ship burial at Sutton Hoo in Suffolk, a purse was discovered; the lid was decorated with gold and garnets and decorations showing wolves confronting a human figure. The 37 coins contained in the purse date the burial as being circa 620 A.D. and not later than 640 A.D. No body was discovered in the ship burial though some archaeologists feel the depiction of wolves on the purse reveals a connection with the Wuffingas.

The Wuffingas themselves were said to originate in Scandinavia, where ship burial was practiced. It is interesting to note a later descendant of the Wuffingas is thought to have become “Bretwalda” or overlord, of Britain and it is possible that the ship burial at Sutton Hoo commemorates this descendant.

It is impossible to say how widespread the distribution of wolves was in Anglo-Saxon times. Wolf bones have been reported in many excavations and Anglo Saxon charters frequently mention such items as “Wolf-pits”.

Woolpit, again in Suffolk, is said to derive its name from a corruption of the word “Wolfpit” and this village is recorded in the Doomsday book of 1087 A.D. as “Wolfpeta”.

Many Anglo-Saxon names also incorporate the word “wulf”. Wulfnoth, Wulfgar, Wulfhere, Wulfstan and Wulfhelm are but a few names of real persons. Ethelwulf was a common name and the famous Scandinavian saga “Beowulf” has the same suffix.

Another Anglo-Saxon reference to wolves concerns Constantine of Wales, who is said to have paid tribute to King Edgar in the form of 300 wolf skins annually. William of Malmesbury recorded a similar tale noting that King Edgar of England demanded 300 wolf skins a year from King Idwal of Wales (circa 985 A.D.) as tribute.

However, these numbers may be regarded as a little suspect; there would probably have not been enough wolves available to fulfil the demand and at least one researcher states the first record of the tribute demand was not written until approximately 140 years after these events.

The various Norman kings (reigning from 1066 to 1152 A.D.) employed servants as wolf hunters and many held lands granted on condition they fulfilled this duty. It is possible that both the “wolfpits” and the land grants lasted longer than the wolves in England and such grants became almost sinecures or the service was rendered by other means.

However, in 1212 a bounty of 5 shillings was paid to a person in Fremantle Hampshire, Nr. Kingsclere, for a wolf caught in that neighbourhood. In medieval times 5 shillings would represent an enormous sum to a villager and would be a welcome addition to his income – a real bounty.

Mentions of wolves continue for a number of years after 1212 but in 1281, Edward I (reigned 1272-1307) ordered the extermination of all wolves in England. He personally employed one Peter Corbet, with instructions to “take and destroy all the wolves he could find” in the counties of “Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Shropshire and Staffordshire” rather a large area to cover by horse transport especially in the areas near Welsh Marches (the border country between England and Wales) where wolves were more common than in the southern areas of England.

Coppicing by landholders was encouraged as it was said to deter “wolves and other malefactors”. The people living in the area of the Forest of Dean were particularly involved in this activity.

The campaign against wolves by Edward I was largely successful and references to them became fewer. At Abbey Dore, near Hay in Herefordshire, an iron wolf head is supposedly a memorial to Edward’s campaign. A report that in 1290 a wolf or wolves had destroyed some deer in a park – location unknown – seems to be the last reference.

By 1300 a certain Reverend William, reputed to be a doctor of some kind, found him self in trouble with the then English Customs Officers when he tried to import the bodies of “four putrid wolves” which he said were required for medical purposes and which could not be obtained in England.

A further odd reference appears circa 1394-1396, when the monks of Whitby paid 10 shillings and 9 pence for the “tawing of 14 wolf skins”. Possibly wolves did survive in the wilder parts of north-east Yorkshire until late in the 14th century but no other evidence is noted.



Thus there are in London, 120,000; in Manchester, 40,000; in Liverpool, 34,000; Bristol, 24,000; Glasgow, 40,000; Edinburgh, 29,000, poor Irish people. [4]These people having grown up almost. without civilisation, accustomed from youth to every sort of privation, rough, intemperate, and improvident, bring all their brutal habits with them among a class of the English population which has, in truth, little inducement to cultivate education and morality. Let us hear Thomas Carlyle upon this subject: [5]

“The wild Milesian [6] features, looking false ingenuity, restlessness, unreason, misery, and mockery, salute you on all highways and byways. The English coachman, as he whirls past, lashes the Milesian with his whip, curses him with his tongue; the Milesian is holding out his hat to beg. He is the sorest evil this country has to strive with. In his rags and laughing savagery, he is there to undertake all work that can be done by mere strength of hand and back — for wages that will purchase him potatoes. He needs only salt for condiment, he lodges to his mind in any pig-hutch or dog-hutch, roosts in outhouses, and wears a suit of tatters, the getting on and off of which is said to be a difficult operation, transacted only in festivals and the high tides of the calendar. The Saxon-man, if he cannot work on these terms, finds no work. The uncivilised Irishman, not by his strength, but by the opposite of strength, drives the Saxon native out, takes possession in his room. There abides he, in his squalor and unreason, in his falsity and drunken violence, as the ready-made nucleus of degradation and disorder. Whoever struggles, swimming with difficulty, may now find an example how the human being can exist not swimming, but sunk…. That the condition of the lower multitude of English labourers approximates more and more to that of the Irish, competing with them in all the markets: that whatsoever labour, to which mere strength with little skill will suffice, is to be done, will be done not at the English price, but at an approximation to the Irish price; at a price superior as yet to the Irish, that is, superior to scarcity of potatoes for thirty weeks yearly; superior, yet hourly, with the arrival of every new steamboat, sinking nearer to an equality with that.”



“Together [with scientists from Linköping University] we tested the scent molecule on blood-sucking flies, wolves, mice and humans, so it was a truly interdisciplinary project,” senior author Johan Lundstrom said.

When the wolves got a whiff of the scent, which had been wiped onto a piece of wood, they “licked, bit and protected it as if it were an actual prey.” Human subjects had the exact opposite reaction.

They recoiled, as if to avoid E2D, even though the scent was not perceived to be unpleasant, their hands also perspired more. Furthermore, while exposed to the smell, participants were asked to pinpoint faces that could be perceived as emotive on a computer screen, their ability to do this improved as a result.

According to scientists: “Previous studies have shown that this ability is augmented in threatening situations, suggesting that people unconsciously perceive the smell of blood as a threat.”

“E2D seems to activate our entire general defence system,”study lead author Dr Artin Arshamian said. “Our findings concur with paleontological data showing that our earliest relatives, the early primates, were almost certainly insectivores and were primarily the prey of other animals. Modern humans are without doubt predators, but we probably evolved from a prey species, and some aspects of this characteristic remain,” he added.



There are behavioural differences, on average, between the sexes – few would dispute that. Where the debate rages is over how much these differences are the result of social pressures versus being rooted in our biology (the answer often is that there is a complex interaction between the two).

For example, when differences are observed between girls and boys, such as in preferences for play, one possibility is that this is partly or wholly because of the contrasting ways that girls and boys are influenced by their peers, parents and other adults (because of the ideas they have about how the sexes ought to behave). Studying non-human primates allows us to identity sex differences in behavior that can’t be due to human culture and gender beliefs.

Learning more about the biological roots of behavioural sex differences should not be used as an excuse for harmful stereotyping or discrimination, but it can help us better understand our human nature and the part that evolved sex differences play in some of the most important issues that affect our lives, including around diversity, relationships, mental health, crime and education.

Earlier this year, as part of a special issue of the Journal of Neuroscience Research – titled “An Issue Whose Time Has Come: Sex/Gender Influences on Nervous System Function” – Elizabeth Lonsdorf at Franklin and Marshall College published a useful mini-review detailing some of the sex differences observed among monkey and ape infants and juveniles.

“Many sex differences in behavioral development exist in nonhuman primates,” she writes, “despite a comparative lack of sex-biased treatment by mothers and other social partners”. Here is a digested account of five of these behavioural sex differences:   



The start of my redpill journey

The feminine-primary social order conditions us all–Western Buddhists included



“Things that are easy to swallow are hardly ever nutritious.”

Nothing of worth ever begins as something popular. Something of outstanding worth usually has to make its way gradually, moving on timid steps, out into a hostile, indifferent world.  It doesn’t bolt into the spotlight like an extravagant starburst. It moves on hesitant steps, always extremely vigilant, because on all sides looms The Popular which can overwhelm it or lead it astray. A work of extraordinary merit usually it takes a great deal of time to gain its footing, and it requires a lot of exposure, analysis and comparison before a book or a painting or a play or a beautiful building are recognized as being “the real thing.”

That recognition can be as slow as a glacier’s progress.  When the Italian Dante finished his The Divine Comedy,” the critical opinion of the day damned it as “Gothic obscurantism.” It isn’t. It is measured, stately and beautiful. Today, it is extolled as one of the great narrative poems in Western Civilization. It took 150 years for the greatness of Shakespeare to emerge, thanks to the Romantics.  Even The Iliad, Homer’s masterpiece, required a long span of time before its imperishable beauty was praised. The Greeks of Homer’s time were so corrupt, they even denied that the Trojan War took place. Homer’s work was dismissed as mere fraudulence.

Great art is like a message in a bottle.  The heaving sea is populated with acres of bottles bobbing on the swells. A curious onlooker can idly fish out a bottle and take out the message. If the message has no interest for him, he lets it fall into the surf. If it appears to have brief interest, he may perhaps hand it to his neighbor who might gaze at it for a minute, then discard it. This is where endowments of intelligence and gifts of emotional depth and perceptiveness begin to play a part. Say we have a mind that consistently spends its time reading, observing, reflecting, and meditating. Over time, he or she is going to develop skills based on those activities. He or she will lead two lives, the personal and the intellectual. The skills from the latter depend on the growth of insight, vivid interests and focused observation.

So what happens when a richly endowed mind comes across the message? It will not read the message idly, but with genuine curiosity.  If it is a trifle, he throws it away, but if it isn’t, he will consider it, examine it,  create a scale of importance, rate it, and if he has friends of similar temperament and gifts, will pass it on to them.  In other words, the reaction of his friends will vary according to their brains and emotional depth, but it isn’t likely that they would want to discard it without a hearing.  Soon some preliminary agreement will be forged about the worth of the message.  Analytic comparisons take place. That is how fame is established and spread. Fame depends on convincing the skeptical.




Following on from Keith’s comment at the end of previous post,

Seems there’s a depopulation agenda:
– divide & rule by getting us to kill each other off
– vaccines
– push harmful diets
– bad pharma
– kill off the rest

A good example is the addition of fluoride to drinking water.

Regarding that, there’s a number of alternative options a person can choose from.

First, that the authorities were genuinely concerned about tooth decay as a public health issue, so, in good faith, they came up with that plan and implemented it.

Second, that the authorities wanted to keep the masses dumbed down and under control, so they thought up this fluoridation scheme because fluoride causes a degree of brain damage or mental impairment and helps to subdue the masses, keeping them passive and stupid.

Third, it was just a way for some big powerful corporations to get rid of a troublesome poisonous industrial waste product at minimum expense, regardless of any effects it might have on health or environment.

I’ve seen arguments in support of all of those three, and there may well be others.

I do not know what the truth really is. People have researched this stuff and come to various conclusions, and which conclusions you accept or believe will depend upon the degree of confidence and trust you have in the particular researchers.

For me personally, it remains something of an open question. I gather that it is documented that the German Nazis dosed the inmates of the concentration camps with fluoride in the water supply, because it kept those people subdued and docile.

Here, upon this mountain where I live, there is no public water supply available, so I am not partaking of whatever additives the authorities are giving to the urban masses.

On the negative side, my water, when it arrives in the house after falling as rain upon the top of the mountain, is very acidic. So much so that it dissolves the copper pipes and they become very thin, and so I have replaced a lot with some kind of plastic pipe.

In so far as I understand what’s going on, the acidity is because the rain water that falls from the sky subsequently soaks through peat and stones and soil which makes it acidic.

There is also a theoretical possibility that the rain is already acidic before it reaches the ground, as the result of industrial air pollution. I have not heard about that recently, but a few years back there was talk about putting lime into local rivers, because they were becoming too acidic for the fish to thrive.

As with so many of these issues, it is extremely difficult to know whom to trust and whom to believe.

In a very small region like Wales, it would be nice to assume that the folk who occupy positions of power and responsibility are benign, well-informed and concerned for the well-being of the general population, because that population includes their own families, relatives, friends and neighbours. But at a larger scale, why would anyone care ?

As I understand it, one of the reasons why we have religions is to instil into people, preferably at an early age, some sort of moral code that gets them to recognise the difference between right and wrong. Thus everyone in a given soceity benefits, because they can live their daily lives without having to waste time being suspicious that their fellows are trying to deceive, trick, exploit, harm or kill them.

I think that factor is essential for any harmonious and successful society. But it probably only works up to a certain scale and where the soceity is fairly homogenous.

How many people do you, can you, actually care about ?

‘We have no idea what relationships are…’

Plato said that the ideal size for a democracy is five thousand three hundred…

There are some people who claim that the planet is over-populated and numbers should be reduced, because we are consuming and polluting several times more than is sustainable.

Other people (or maybe the same people ?) are keen to allow open borders to Europe and the USA, where the average number of children per family is now quite low, and the incomers, from African and Islamic countries have much larger families, sometimes one husband with more than one wife, and the women have six or eight children each. This is a sort of sneaky ‘population warfare’. Instead of conquering with an invading army, civilians immigrate and then out-breed the indigenous folk and thus eventually replace them.

I have been progressively sucked into the daily tweet storm, the avalanche of gossip, information and comments that never stops.

The opposite perspective is to zoom out to the very long term, which helps to get some context as to where we are in this daily frenzy of contemporary events.

One of my favourite sources for the long term view is Aldo Leopold’s idea of Thinking Like A Mountain. Partly because I live on this very special and rather unusual mountain called Carningli.


According to geologists, Carningli was formed as a volcanic eruption, some 450 million years ago.

Of course, of the approximately 7.5 billion (and rising rapidly) humans alive on the planet at this moment, only a small fraction are able to conceive of this kind of time frame and global prehistory, and a few will reject the science completely and adhere to Bishop Usher’s biblical calculation, that came up with an Earth that is only six thousand years old.

Explorers and naturalists kept logs of their journeys and discoveries through nature journals.
Drawings and writings were used to describe new species of plants and animals, as well as distribution and behaviors.
Aldo Leopold was a well-known professor, forester, and naturalist who has been called the “Father of Wildlife Ecology”. It is said that he knew more about America‟s wildlife than anyone else of his time.

Aldo grew up in Iowa, but also had the opportunity to work in the southwest
during his time with the Forest Service. Though he had always been interested in the natural world, Aldo‟s respect for the interconnectedness of nature grew during his time here. He later taught the philosophy that people cannot hurt one part of the web of life ecosystem without the rest of the web being affected. This ideal is outlined in his essay “Thinking Like a Mountain”.
In 1935, Aldo and his family bought an old farm in Wisconsin, where he lived until his death in 1948. Here he produced years of nature journals that were published in his book, “The Sand County Almanac” a year after his death (1949). This was one of many books and publications by Aldo Leopold that have had a great influence on wildlife managers, naturalists, and conservationists ever since.

‘Maximilien de Robespierre (1758-1794) French lawyer, politician, and Revolutionary. Arrested 27 July 1794 and, with 21 of his closest associates, was executed by guillotine the next day.’

It’s not that the short term perspective is wrong or mistaken and the long term perspective is superior, they each have their appropriate applications. If you want to travel to some destination, like from here to London, it’s much more useful to know the distance in miles or kilometres, and the time in hours, rather than millimetres or inches, and seconds and milli-seconds.

But if you have a big picture and long term perspective, it can assist of making some sense of the crazy rush of short term news and events which is being updated every hour.

One benefit that I got from doing zen training and related practices, is that it permits a person to experience an apparent timeless zone, when you enter the various stages of what’s called samadhi or the jhanas. I think that these states are extremely beneficial for physical and mental health, as well as enriching one’s total experience of existence, in fact, one of the best things that I’ve found in my life.


We all strive for safety, prosperity, comfort, long life, and dullness. The deer strives with his supple legs, the cowman with trap and poison, the statesman with pen, the most of us with machines, votes, and dollars, but it all comes to the same thing: peace in our time. A measure of success in this is all well enough, and perhaps is a requisite to objective thinking, but too much safety seems to yield only danger in the long run. Perhaps this is behind Thoreau’s dictum: In wildness is the salvation of the world. Perhaps this is the hidden meaning in the howl of the wolf, long known among mountains, but seldom perceived among men.


Frida Kahlo – What I Saw in the Water


There’s no doubt that I am closer to the end of my life than to the beginning. My health is poor, and my right leg is terrible, getting worse not better, so I have several appointments coming up to visit the specialists at the hospital.

I’ll keep doing these essays for as long as I can, and with a bit of luck my health will improve and I’ll be around for a long time into the future.

This essay, such as it is, has been an uphill struggle. My faculties are not as good as they were before the stroke, I’m optimistic that they’ll continue to improve, and I suppose I must be grateful that I survived and have as much functioning as remains.

So, dear readers, friends, enemies, frenemies, that’s all for now, and back to posting the news snippets of interest that attract my attention…. 🙂


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673 Responses to Wolves, Sex Differences, Jordan Peterson, Dunbar’s Number, Thinking Like A Mountain

  1. ulvfugl says:

    A television interview of a top Qatari official confessing the truth behind the origins of the war in Syria is going viral across Arabic social media during the same week a leaked top secret NSA document was published which confirms that the armed opposition in Syria was under the direct command of foreign governments from the early years of the conflict.

    And according to a well-known Syria analyst and economic adviser with close contacts in the Syrian government, the explosive interview constitutes a high level “public admission to collusion and coordination between four countries to destabilize an independent state, [including] possible support for Nusra/al-Qaeda.” Importantly, “this admission will help build case for what Damascus sees as an attack on its security & sovereignty. It will form basis for compensation claims.”


    As is now well-known, the CIA was directly involved in leading regime change efforts in Syria with allied gulf partners, as leaked and declassified US intelligence memos confirm. The US government understood in real time that Gulf and West-supplied advanced weaponry was going to al-Qaeda and ISIS, despite official claims of arming so-called “moderate” rebels. For example, a leaked 2014 intelligence memo sent to Hillary Clinton acknowledged Qatari and Saudi support for ISIS.

    The email stated in direct and unambiguous language that:

    “the governments of Qatar and Saudi Arabia, which are providing clandestine financial and logistic support to ISIL and other radical Sunni groups in the region.”
    Furthermore, one day before Prime Minister Thani’s interview, The Intercept released a new top-secret NSA document unearthed from leaked intelligence files provided by Edward Snowden which show in stunning clarity that the armed opposition in Syria was under the direct command of foreign governments from the early years of the war which has now claimed half a million lives.

    ironmace Oct 28, 2017 4:15 PM
    OK, so we know that JFK was murdered and there was a second shooter (at least)

    We know that Clinton is in bed with the Russians and the USA was one big tag sale to her (them)

    We know that the US and it’s allies have been shipping weapons to jihadists since……well, a very long time.

    We always kind of knew or suspected.

    Now we are being told.

    What do we do? Anything?

    Bitch about it on the internet?

    Wars have been started for far less. (killing our leader, coup de etat, selling our national seccurity, colluding with foreign governments against our country and allances with terrorists.)

    shovelhead Oct 28, 2017 4:10 PM
    C’mon guys …cant we let bygones be bygones?

    We’re just trying to sell some gas here to our brothers in Europe.

    You know how they hate the cold.

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    shankster Oct 28, 2017 4:10 PM
    I am so so so shocked! No really

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    Boubou Oct 28, 2017 4:10 PM
    What a disgusting mess we are. How can you persuade people to fight, kill and die for such a cause?

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    Mena Arkansas Oct 28, 2017 4:06 PM
    I’m sure the MSM will be shocked to find out the “conspiracy theorists’ and “tin foil hat” crowd have been proven right again.

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    General Fuster Cluck Mena Arkansas Oct 28, 2017 4:21 PM
    They will really be shocked after they are strapped in tight and the current is switched on.

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    shovelhead Mena Arkansas Oct 28, 2017 4:12 PM
    Sheesh, I hate when that happens…

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    JoseyWalesTheOutlaw Oct 28, 2017 4:02 PM
    The Donald is in charge of One Fuked up country……….Wishing him all the best…

    I will assume he can’t just can’t fire half of the associates in the Dept of State,FBI,Justice,and CIA. If so then use a hire date of 2000 and anybody hired after that year should be fired today.

  2. ulvfugl says:

    “Uncle Paul”
    In the 1950s, Paul Schäfer abused children from a Baptist church in Germany. During the investigation of his case, he fled to Chile, where he founded Colonia Dignidad. He sexually abused the children who were forced to work there – some of them were actually abducted from Germany. “Uncle Paul” maintained good relations with right-wing extremist circles.
    Evil mastermind
    Opponents of the military regime were tortured and murdered at Colonia Dignidad. Electric shocks were used for child abuse. After the end of the dictatorship in 1990, Paul Schäfer went undercover, escaping justice once again. He was arrested in Buenos Aires in 2005 and was sentenced to jail for 25 cases of sexual abuse. On April 24, 2010, he died in a prison in Santiago de Chile.
    Where are our children?
    On May 5, 1988, relatives of the young people detained in the Colonia Dignidad demonstrated in front of the settlement. The founder of the sect, Paul Schäfer, claimed he wanted to build an original Christian community there. In reality, during General Pinochet’s dictatorship, the colony served as a branch of the Chilean secret service Dirección de Inteligencia Nacional (DINA).
    Shaking hands with the dictator
    The former CSU chairman Franz Josef Strauss (left) entertained good relations with Chile’s dictator Augusto Pinochet (right), pictured here during a state visit in November 1977. He was also a welcome guest at Colonia Dignidad. Until the mid-1990s, a signed portrait of the former Prime Minister of Bavaria was hanging in the central building of the settlement.
    The colony after Pinochet
    Patricio Aylwin, the President of Chile from 1990 to 1994, declared that Colonia Dignidad was “a state within the state.” As the first elected head of state after the dictatorship (pictured here with Pinochet), he led the country’s transition to democracy and tried to close down the enclave. In 1991, he withdrew the charitable status of the settlement.
    Late atonement
    Kurt Schnellenkamp, co-founder of Colonia, was imprisoned in 2013. The 88-year-old was sentenced by the Chilean state for unlawful detention of minors and sexual abuse. His son Klaus, who escaped from the settlement, reported on his childhood in the totalitarian sect in his book “Born in the Shadow of Fear,” published in 2007.
    Still on the loose
    The former vice-chief and medical doctor of Colonia Dignidad, Hartmut Hopp, fled to Germany after being sentenced in Chile in 2011. Although there is an international arrest warrant out against Hopp, Germany allows him to live undisturbed in Krefeld, as the country does not extradite its own citizens.
    A trip to the past
    Former residents of the colony still live on the 30,000-hectare area near the southern Chilean city of Parral. The dorms, where men, women and children used to sleep separately, were converted into apartments for families.
    Welcome to atrocity land
    Unbelievable, but true: Now that Colonia Dignidad’s totalitarian leadership has been dismantled, the remaining residents promote tourism at the settlement. The colony, now called Villa Baviera, offers jeep tours, organizes a yearly Oktoberfest, and is planning a museum dealing with its dark past. Many people are against the idea of making an entertainment village out of this location.

    Many still missing
    The search continues. In 2005, the Chilean state released a secret archive file found at the former Colonia Dignidad. The archive indexes approximately 39,000 individuals. Human rights groups still hope to uncover the fate of the many people who disappeared during the Pinochet dictatorship.
    [–] kestrel9 [S] 0 points (+0|-0) 2.6 hours ago
    Update info on Hartmut Hopp, former vice-chief and medical doctor of Colonia Dignidad:


  3. wolfwitch says:

    Thank you as always for all that you do! I wish you well.

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    Thanks wolfwitch ! 🙂


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    Ms No Oct 28, 2017 3:29 PM
    OT but they are censoring everything lately. We have had about five really deep quakes in the western Pacific which will enlarge and spread. Last time this happened we ended up with Mexico city. I went to check in on Yellowstone because it seems to mysteriously be the only thing not rocking lately, and they are refusing to report numerous weird sharp quakes there. If you watch this for a few minutes you will see the circles high off the map, those are deep quakes. We had a big one that’s off the map now too. Then when you check with Greeley at :21 (she watches the monitors like a hawk) you see some weird sharp quakes that hit late Thursday. Then, sure enough they didn’t ever get reported. Now they are continuing. More showing up at mutliple monitors at :43. @ 5:47 up lift for last 30 days at grant, always going up which they never admit to. 5:53 none of those quakes you just saw are reported. 2:34 is creepy looking, never seen red like that. I hope that isn’t ancient helium.


  11. ulvfugl says:

    Also thought the symptoms seemed an awful lot like adverse reactions to anti-milarial drugs or Fluorosuinolone antibiotics (Cipro, Levaquin, Avalox, etc).

    Posted by: JSarda | Oct 28, 2017 2:27:57 PM | 70

    JSarda, or perhaps Lariam/Mefloquine – or even one too many vaccines given at once, inducing who knows what degree of chronic encephalopathy. I’d wager the amount given these days is absurd at this point for any US diplomats in “3rd world” countries. And then they hear this cricket song that they’re unfamiliar with and just go completely bonkers. One also should realize that a good portion of the US, and I’d expect it’s even higher in the gov. sector, is chemically lobotomized w SSRIs. And often also hopped up on amphetamines like Adderall and Ritalin to power through the SSRI numbness, and sleeping pill hangover(which they are also on). But those damn crickets!! Is there a pill for them?

    One of the loveliest things I noticed about a recent visit to the Portuguese countryside was the prolific bird and bugsong, wildflowers and beautiful vines, not to mention little critters and butterflies just everywhere. So much of the US has been Round-upped it’s not even funny.

    Posted by: sejomoje | Oct 28, 2017 3:21:56 PM | 71


  12. ulvfugl says:

    There is also an obvious connection between Harrison Ford and the known paedophile Roman Polanski. Ford played the leading role in Polanski’s Frantic (1988). This connection appears to be even closer when we learn that it was Harrison Ford that in 2003 accepted the Oscar for Polanski’s “The Pianist” (2002) at the academy awards. Polanski couldn’t attend because he would have been arrested for his conviction for raping a 13-year-old-girl.
    For me even more ugly is Ford’s connection to the Clintons (that were very good friends with Jeffrey Epstein, that was running his own child sex ring, with promises of modelling careers). In 1998 Harrison Ford and his wife were invited at the White House for a party thrown by President Clinton for the British Prime Minister Tony Blair; see the photograph.


    Ford is vice-chair of Conservation International (CI) an American NGO to “protect” nature (NGOs in our world that’s upside down aren’t the philanthropig organisations we are meant to believe). CI has links to companies with a poor environmental record like: BP, Cargill, Chevron, Monsanto and Royal Dutch Shell. Here’s Harrison Ford with Hillary Clinton when they were honoured by CI in 2013.

  13. ulvfugl says:

    It seems like every week we are adding more layers of genetic data in attempt to uncover the relentless and complex pattern on how we peopled the Earth. A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived: The Stories in Our Genes by British geneticist Adam Rutherford is an introduction to the world of current population genetics for the layman. Think of it like a primer, a review, or summary of everything we know now. In the book, Rutherford, describes how our genomes reveal the sexual contacts of our ancestors with other hominids (Neanderthals and Denisovans in particular), and how culture, technology and disease have interacted and changed our genomes.


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    The series of maps below is from a new paper by Liebert et al. at Human Genetics. Almost certainly, any population with a sizable level of the 13910*T allele has relatively recent (post-Mesolithic) ancestry from Europe. In that context, note the presence of 13910*T in South Asia and North Central Africa. Populations in these regions also show high frequencies of two Y-chromosome haplogroups that are present in samples from Mesolithic Eastern Europe: R1a and R1b-V88, respectively. It’s hard to imagine that this is a coincidence.


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    While yesterday’s pre-planned release of JFK files was significantly neutered at the request of the CIA and FBI, enraging Lou Dobbs among others, the 2800+ files which were released have been poured over extensively, revealing evidence of a second shooter, a massive CIA infiltration of the MSM, a tipoff phone call received 25 minutes before the assassination, and Soviet intelligence indicating the assassination was a coup involving LBJ among other things.

    Summary of findings so far:

    Two shooters, one escaped:


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    Well, it would make a world of difference if we discovered that for thousands of years we’ve been living a myth, another twisted/misinterpreted Jewish tale that we continue to cling to and hold dear as the only irrefutable truth till this very day. It would make a world of difference if we knew that what took place at that remote period of time in the ancient Near East, particularly in ancient Egypt and the Arab Peninsula has dramatically shaped, over the centuries and through our willful ignorance, the way we live today with all this web of political, ethnic and religious conflict and intolerance. It is only by unraveling the truth and exposing the myths of that past could we untangle this web of antagonism and belligerence we currently endure. Separating the truth from the myth is what we hope to achieve.


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    Why didn’t the Europeans oppose these Invaders? First off they
    were told they would be receiving women and children in much smaller number for Syria. But because of Zionist funded NGO’s they received mainly young men from all over the middle east. Second anyone who opposed immigration or said anything about Muslims etc were labeled Nazis and thrown in jail. Why? ‘Hate speech laws’. Who created these insane laws that are also in Canada? The ADL. (BTW there’s a lot of open border for the new flood of Muslims in Canada to make directly into the US). Do you know what the B’nai B’rith is? This is not about hating the Jewish people. This is about exposing who really is manipulating western society towards certain destruction. Zionism/B’nai B’rith just happen to be the secret societies in control in modern times. “You don’t have to be Jewish to be a Zionist”- Joe Biden. Are there gentile collaborators? Absolutely Anglo, Arab, Asian etc.These Zionist supremacists like the Rothschild dynasty don’t follow the Jewish faith but still claim to be Jews for political gain. They’ve set up secret societies(B’nai B’rith) just like the Freemasons. They basically beat them at their own game. Are there gentile collaborators? Absolutely Anglo, Arab, Asian etc. The average Jewish citizen is being manipulated just as everyone else is. Money/banks, Hollywood/entertainment, Media/social media. Who controls these? These are things that keep us as a whole manipulated and enslaved. We can keep calling them the globalists and never get anywhere because we don’t really know who they are. Or we can expose exactly who they are and how they manipulate us. Then we can truly begin to move forward in building a new un-manipulated society.
    Please go over the info below. If you see anything that makes sense to you look into it more. There’s a lot of good info out there.

    Zionist Plan For Using Mass Immigration of Arabs To Make A “European Mud Race” – http://balder.org/judea/Richard-Coude

    The Protocols Of The Elders Of Zion – http://xroads.virginia.edu/~MA01/kidd

    Zionist EU Mass Immigration- http://www.dailystormer.com/wp-conten

    Again look into it deeper there’s much more info available.

    The truth is the Western world is controlled by Zionist supremacists like the Rothschild dynasty through media, entertainment, the banking system and puppet politicians that don’t care about anything but money power and status. “You don’t have to be Jewish to be a Zionist” – Joe Biden. Why is Israel the only democratic nation that doesn’t have to be politically correct? Why don’t they have to take in “refuges”they could take the non Muslim Africans. Why can they kick out Ethiopian Jews just because they’re black? Did you it’s illegal for a Jew and non Jew marry in Israel? Where is the leftist outrage!? wheres the media coverage? Here is a Zionist plan written in the 1920s for European genocide using Arabs. Please explain to me how this is not exactly whats going on right now. http://balder.org/judea/Richard-Coude


    Let’s call “The Globalist” what they really are the Zionist. We can never truly expose them and defeat them if we don’t even know who they really are.

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    She accused the BBC of attempting to cover-up a scandal that tied powerful Elites to child abuse and murder. Since her investigation was shut down, the truth about Jimmy Saville has come to light, and, some, but not all of, her work for Newsnight was finally aired in the BBC’s Abused: The Untold Story. Her story about the child abuse committed by Savile made headlines across the world after the BBC was accused of trying to cover-up the story by shelving it. Prior to the smear campaign against her work, she also won the Daniel Pearl Award for Outstanding International Investigative Journalism for her work on a series of Newsnight reports in 2010 about toxic dumping in West Africa.



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    He said: “They were coming out of the water and crawling up the beach. We don’t quite know what’s causing it.

    “Perhaps it’s because the sea has been quite rough recently but I’ve never seen anything like it before. They were walking on the tips of their legs.

    “A friend of mine said it happened the night before and there was about 20 last night.”


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    Yes, this is the most widespread and deadly drug crisis in the nation’s history. But there has been a long string of other such epidemics, each sharing chilling similarities with today’s unfolding tragedy.

    There was an outbreak after the Civil War when soldiers and others became addicted to a new pharmaceutical called morphine, one of the first of many man-made opioids. There was another in the early 1900s after a different drug was developed to help “cure” morphine addiction. It was called heroin.

    Cocaine was also developed by drugmakers and sold to help morphine addiction. It cleared nasal passages, too, and became the official remedy of the Hay Fever Association. In 1910, President William H. Taft told Congress that cocaine was the most serious drug problem the nation had ever faced.

    Over the next century, abuse outbreaks of cocaine, heroin, and other drugs like methamphetamine, marketed as a diet drug, would emerge and then fall back.


    More than 64,000 Americans died from drug overdoses last year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

    This epidemic started around 1995, kicked off by a drug called OxyContin, which like heroin and morphine before it, was meant to be a safer and more effective opioid. OxyContin and competitor drugs were designed to release the medication slowly over long periods of time, making them and supposedly safe and effective enough to use for months to treat chronic pain. But patients found themselves hooked and wanting more, and drug abusers found they could crush the tablets and snort or inject them, delivering the drug to the bloodstream much more quickly.

    Aggressive marketing and distribution pushed hundreds of millions of pills into communities. Then more and more addicts turned to cheaper alternatives, bought illegally, like heroin and fentanyl, an opioid medication developed to treat intense, end-of-life pain in cancer patients that is 50 to 100 times more powerful than morphine.

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    Another example of fakery of the incident. The report (linked above) notes this, but draws no conclusion:

    … In particular, the Mechanism noted that fully equipped hazmat teams appeared at the scene later that afternoon and reported early detection of the presence of sarin, seemingly using a Dräger X-am 7000 ambient air monitor, which was not known to be able to detect sarin.


    Of further concern to the Mechanism was the relative unprofessionalism by which certain environmental samples appear to have been taken, e.g. sampling from a muddy puddle.


    The Mechanism also noted scenes recorded just after the incident at the medical point to the east of Khan Shaykhun, where rescue and decontamination activities filmed shortly after 0700 hours showed rescue personnel hosing down patients with water indiscriminately for extended periods of time. Such video footage also depicted a number of patients not being attended to, and some para-medical interventions that did not seem to make medical sense, such as performing heart compression on a patient facing the ground.

    But based on all of that, and on the patients that arrived in hospital before the incident happened, the report concludes that Syria dropped Sarin at a moment and place that made zero military or political sense…

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    This, imho.


    Both Becker and Polkinhorn admit that avowed enemies of Israel in the Middle East take the sequence of events -Israel’s occupation of the West Bank, the Golan Heights, its encirclement of Gaza, the invasion of Lebanon, its bombing of Iraq, airstrikes in Syria and its attempts at containing Iran’s nuclear capacities- when read in the light of the Yinon Plan and the Clean break analysis, to be proof that Israel is engaged in a modern version of The Great Game, with the backing of Zionist currents in the American neoconservative and Christian fundamentalist movements. They also conclude that Likud Party appears to have implemented both plans.[42]

    I say ‘imho’, because I’m surprised if Molyneux is unaware of Greater Israel, seems obvious to me, why isn’t it obvious to him ?

    Perhaps the reason why Molyneux is so very clueless on some topics, is precisely because he has never been in a physical fight. There’s a lot of wisdom to be learned in martial arts that cannot be known by those who have never tried them.

    A few of the comments seem to agree with me.

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    robt willmann said…
    This latest release of documents said to relate to the assassination of president John Kennedy that have strangely been keep secret was brought about by the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992, Public Law 102-526, signed on 26 October 1992–


    It was amended by the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Extension Act of 1994, Public Law 103-375, signed on 6 October 1994–


    Both laws together appear in the section of the National Archives that is the John Kennedy assassination records collection–



    The report by the records review board describing its process is at the National Archives here–


    I read the Warren Commission Report when I was a teenager while on a family summer vacation. I did more reading and looking around off and on over the years.

    The successful plan to murder president John Kennedy on a public street in broad open daylight was a very sophisticated operational scenario. Lee Harvey Oswald — at least the one whose face became well known to the public — certainly did not kill the president with the lousy, bolt-action, mail order rifle.

    Among the people working for the Assassination Records Review Board, created by the 1992 law, was Douglas P. Horne; he is on pdf page two of the appendix ‘B’ about the staff–


    “Douglas P. Horne. Douglas Horne served as the Review Board’s Chief Analyst for Military Records from March 1997 to September 1998. Mr. Horne previously served the Review Board as a Senior Analyst. Prior to his work at the Review Board, Mr. Horne served in the U.S. Navy and also worked as a civilian for the U.S. Navy. Mr. Horne received his B.A. from The Ohio State University.”

    He worked at the review board for three years of its four-year operation, and while there, also worked on the JFK medical evidence and issues regarding the Zapruder film. He later wrote a five-volume set around 2009 entitled “Inside the Assassination Records Review Board”.

    As a result of his work at the board, he came to believe that Oswald did not commit the crime.

    An article by him about the Zapruder film is here–


    Another article by Horne is about a bullet hole in the windshield of the presidential limousine–


    The National Archives website page about the latest release of records within the last few days is here–


    The initial, main web page of The President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection at the National Archives is here–

    Reply 28 October 2017 at 10:08 PM

    J said…

    Here’s a link I’m sure the CIA would rather people didn’t know about:

    The President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection | National Archives



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    Niul, after his father returned to Scythia, continued some time at œothena, teaching the languages and otehr laudable sciences, until upon report of his great learning he was invited into Egypt by Pharaoh, the King; who gave him the land of Campus Cyrunt, near the Red Sea to inhabit, and his daughter Scota in marriage; from whom their posterity are ever since called Scots; but, according to some annalists, the name “Scots” is derived from the word Scythia.

    It was this Niul that employed Gaodhal [Gael], son of Ethor, a learned and skilful man, to compose or rather refine and adorn the language, called Bearla Tobbai, which was common to all Niul’s posterity, and afterwards called Gaodhilg (or Gaelic), from the said Gaodhal who composed or refined it; and for his sake also Niul called his own eldest son “Gaodhal.” [The following is a translation of an extract from the derivation of this proper name, as given in Halliday’s Vol. of Keating’s Irish History, page 230:

    “Antiquaries assert that the name of Gaodhal is from the compound word formed of ‘gaoith’ and ‘dil,’ which means a lover of learning; for, ‘gaoith’ is the same as wisdom or learning, adn ‘dil’ is the same as loving or fond.”]

    Part II of Irish Pedigrees, or The origin and stem of the Irish nation, by John O’Hart, published 1892, pages 44-55

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    Many questions about the circumstances surrounding the death of Sergeant La David Johnson remain unanswered, but in a surprising Sunday-afternoon bombshell, the New York Times reported that Navy criminal authorities are investigating whether two members of the Navy’s elite Seal Team 6 strangled to death an Army Green beret on assignment in Mali in June.

    The report – which comes completely out of the blue considering Melger’s death wasn’t widely reported when it happened – appears poised to compete with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s purported indictments for space in the coming week’s crowded news cycle.


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    The author is a prominent American Christian conservative who was a presidential candidate for the paleoconservative Constitution Party in 2008, when he was endorsed by Ron Paul.

    He is the pastor of Liberty Fellowship, a non-denominational church in Montana, and a popular radio host and columnist.

    He is a relentless foe of neoconservatism and frequently criticizes the neocon hostility towards Russia. His views are representative of an influential and substantial part of Trump’s popular support.


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    Back in August, we reported on the first ceasefire, where Baltimore “gang leaders, drug dealers and others linked to the violence” agreed not to kill anyone.

    The ceasefire ended in the 42nd hour, as a young male was shot to death near Ravens stadium. At the time we wrote the article, homicides in Baltimore stood at 208. Fast Forward to the end of October and homicides now stand at 295 honing in on the record high of 344 set in 2015.


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    “Britain did not have to take in refugees under the rules it had agreed with the EU and it did not”

    One wonder why the brittish tax payer have to pay 3’500 of its salary to refugees, when there was none according to yourself.

    Why Brexit MUST bring new visa rules: Unskilled migrants ‘cost UK taxpayers £3,500 EACH’


    I have come to realize that there is no idea arguing with you so that was my last reply, you are stuck in refugees-welcome ideology and cant see reality as people live in. I sense Brexit is only the beginning, better wake up now than later if Brexit scares you.

    Posted by: Anon | Oct 29, 2017 4:01:49 PM | 136


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    Iraqi Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani announced his resignation Sunday after the biggest gamble of his 12 years as president of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) not only failed, but utterly backfired as territorial reversals reduced KRG power to its weakest position in decades. Though his push for an independence referendum had overwhelming support among Iraq’s Kurds, and with even the encouragement of some external allies, the decisive military response by the Iraqi national government resulted in rapid forced handover of Kurdish-held oil rich areas and a return to pre-2014 borders, prior to the blitz by ISIS which aided Kurdish political expansion. Barzani will step down effective November 1.

    And now the future of the KRG is itself under threat as reports of inter-Kurdish fighting emerged Sunday night. Multiple international reports characterized Barzani’s speech as “bitter” and it further appears that violence erupted during or after his televised speech before parliament. During the speech Barzani proclaimed that, “three million votes for Kurdistan independence created history and cannot be erased” while also denouncing rivals who abandoned the fight for Kirkuk as committing “high treason.”


    Alam told BBC World Service radio in an interview late last week, “But they were warned not to do this referendum by both Baghdad and Turkey and they were hoping to capitalize on the disagreements between Ankara and Baghdad, but it seems the referendum brought both the two capitals together to work against Kurdish dominance.” And he added “they thought that a hundred year wrong which had been done to them would be corrected and they were perhaps given some assurances in some Western capitals that this time we won’t let you down – you saw loads of Western officials say it and write about it… they have been let down again and now they’ll have to just stay with what they have.”

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    As the public has finally began to realize the extent of the corruption surrounding Hillary Clinton, including the now infamous Russia Uranium One deal, the mainstream media has gone into hyper-drive to discredit and distract from documented facts and are now going as far as to float the idea that Trump may be committing a crime for simply investigation Clinton at all.

    That’s right, in the sick world of the establishment media, Trump is committing a criminal act by even considering an investigation into shady Clinton dealings with the Russians. After all, she is above the law right?

    Even more disgusting, the so-called reporters spewing this nonsense are using the fact that Mueller is conducting a deep state operation (now discredited) against the president that accuses him of working with Russia to win the election when in reality it is the exact opposite. In other words, Trump is being accused of something he didn’t do but because of this, he can’t investigate real crimes committed by Clinton.

    Absolutely unbelievable.


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    Time for me to sleep 🙂
    249 visitors today.

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    ‘A micro drone can kill a human by shooting a small projectile into the eyeball from 30 metres away, even if the target is running at full speed’

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    MajuOctober 29, 2017 at 9:58 AM
    Aupa Olga. “Aste” is similar to Basque “asto” = donkey. But the donkey is a late domesticate introduced via Egypt (it is original from Ethiopia, I believe) so this should be a loanword into Basque.

    The connection of “argi” and “argentum” seems quite reasonable. It is said to come from IE however (would be IE2, after the detachment of Anatolian and Tocharian, in any case) and that might imply a loanword adopted in Central Europe.

    “Surya” (the Sun in Sanskrit) seems related instead to words like “Sun”, “Sol” and maybe even “South”, “Sur”. “Zuri” on the other hand appears to be related to “zur”: wood (fresh wood is almost invariably whiteish-yellow (yellow was not a color in proto-Basque most probably, only “white”, “black”, “red”, incl. other warm colors, also brown, and “blue”, including green and grey, urdin = watery probably), but uncertain.

    I cannot find any confirmation that Hittites used “zaldi” for chariot. In fact this is what Hittite Online says:

    CHARIOT : chariot fighter —

    The Plague Prayer of Mursilis II (Neo-Hittite)
    The Plague Prayer of Mursilis II (Neo-Hittite)

    CHARIOT : chariot troops —

    The Annals of Mursilis (Classical Neo-Hittite)

    So the Hittite root word for chariot is KUR, similar to Spanish CARRO, and so many other IE words like CART, CAR, etc. I would not have expected otherwise, really, as this concept is one of the most central ones to Indoeuropean reconstruction.

    MajuOctober 29, 2017 at 10:00 AM
    Erratum: the Hittite words got lost because of code marks, sorry. They are:




    MajuOctober 30, 2017 at 9:30 AM
    I forgot to mention the quite apparent connection zilar=silver.

    First let’s not forget that gold (“urre”, similar to Lat. “aurum”?), silver (“zilar”) and copper (“urrezkoa”, “lesser gold” if -sko- is the ancient Aquitanian diminutive, or “made of gold”, “gilded” if taken literally -z-ko-) are the metals of the Chalcolithic. They melt at low temperatures and are pretty much useless for tools and weapons. There’s no need for foreign metallurgists to have arrived to teach anything, although it is also a possibility of course. I would consider this metallurgy a local development everywhere by mere imitation or spontaneous discovery (Native Americans needed nobody to teach them). Bronze and Steel do need more sophisticated knowledge, however even these have developed autonomously here and there. In these cases Basque language uses loanwords: “brontze” is clearly romance but “burdin” (iron) seems derived from Phoenician “barzel” and is probably cognate of Lat. “ferrum” (b>p>f is typical Basque>IE change of phonetics, even if in this case the source is Semitic).

    MajuOctober 30, 2017 at 9:33 AM
    Continuing with silver: it seems to come from “proto-Germanic” “silubra”


    Likely a Wanderwort of non-Indo-European origin. Compare Proto-Slavic *sьrebro, Latvian sudrabs, Lithuanian sidabras, Basque zilar.

    In other words: likely a substrate loanword from Vasconic.




    The concept of the Vasconic languages is often linked to the Vasconic substratum hypothesis of Theo Vennemann, who speculated that the ancestors of the Basque spread across Europe at the end of the last glacial period when the Cro-Magnons entered Europe and left traces in the modern languages of Europe. Along with other hypotheses that seek to relate Basque to other languages of the world, this is widely rejected by historical linguists.[1]
    Proponents of a Vasconic language family argue that Basque and the extinct Aquitanian language are close relatives, or that the modern varieties of Basque are distinct languages rather than dialects. However, these notions contradict conventional views on these languages, in two areas:


    …several methodological flaws, concluding that “a scientific discourse with Vennemann must face insurmountable obstacles”


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    Police issued a warning after the 16-year-old was taken to hospital after being taken ill.

    It has now been announced he died from a suspected overdose after being taken to Ysbyty Glan Clwyd in Denbighshire.

    The boy, who has not been named, is believed to have taken tablets which were pink and squared shaped with the Rolls Royce symbol on while at the event in Gwytherin, near Abergele, Conwy.


    A warning has been issued after a lynx escaped from a Welsh zoo and has been on the prowl for the last few days.

    Dyfed-Powys Police said they had been made aware on Sunday that the female lynx had escaped from Animalarium, in Borth, near Aberystwyth within the last five days.


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    Kevin Spacey and the Bill Clinton bromance

    From the Lolita Express flight logs, why would Clinton and Epstein be joined by Chris Tucker and Kevin Spacey to a remote island off the coast of Africa in 2002?

    Lockheed Martin is one of the executives of the Kevin Spacey Foundation

    We need to keep digging.


    [–] Mrs_Ogynist01 3 points (+3|-0) 1.1 hours ago
    It’s good to wake up on a Monday morning and find this stickied to the_donald





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    Dating of plants suggests summer’s hotter now than it’s been in at least 45,000 years, if not longer


    As the planet warms and the ice retreats on Canada’s Baffin Island, the change is revealing plants long buried beneath the ice. And in some locations, the emerging plants last saw the sun at least 45,000 years ago — and possibly as much as 115,000 years ago. Paleoclimatologist Gifford Miller of the University of Colorado Boulder reported the finding October 22 at the Geological Society of America’s annual meeting. “We were stunned,” Miller said.

    Miller’s team has collected an impressive number of samples and their findings are very compelling, said geomorphologist Lee Corbett of the University of Vermont in Burlington, who was not involved in the study. “It truly is an indication that humans are pushing the climate into a new regime, one that modern, agriculture-based civilizations have never witnessed.”

    To track the growth and retreat of ice cover in the region, Miller and colleagues have been hunting for remnants of scraggly mosses along the edges of the island’s retreating ice sheets. Radiocarbon dates of the emerging plants correspond to when the mosses were last exposed to the atmosphere and were photosynthetically active.

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    The Trump administration is preparing a war not just with conventional weapons, but with nuclear bombs, directed against NK and any other powers such as China and Russia that join the conflict. Last week, the USAF announced that it was preparing to put its B-52 nuclear bombers back on 24-hour alert. At the same time, as reported by the Guardian yesterday, the Trump administration is drawing up a new Nuclear Posture Review, which will open the door for a range of new nuclear weapons and change the rules governing their use.

    The only conclusion that the NK regime can reach is that they confront the imminent threat of a Pindo military onslaught, using conventional and/or nuclear weapons. SK-based NK News reported over the weekend that NK has been carrying out mass evacuation drills in cities and towns along the east coast. The world may be closer to the brink of nuclear war than at any time in history. During the extremely tense stand-off between Pindostan and Russia during the 1962 Cuban missile crisis, both Pindo and Russian leaders worked to prevent a nuclear exchange that would have devastated the world.

    Trump driven by the irresolvable contradictions of Pindo and global capitalism, is proceeding with an unprecedented degree of recklessness to deliberately inflame flashpoints in Asia, as well as the Middle East and Eastern Europe. Embroiled in one political crisis after another at home, and facing mounting public hostility to his agenda of austerity and war, Trump is being propelled towards launching war as a means of diverting acute social tensions outwards against a foreign enemy. These same tensions are driving workers and youth in Pindostan and around the world into struggle to defend their living conditions, basic democratic rights and to prevent a conflict that would plunge the world into barbarism.


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    Paddock’s hard drive on his laptop has ‘disappeared’. How much more ridiculous can it get but most important of all as this act ranks up there – nearly as important – as JFK; 9/11 etc WHY, HOW did they reduce people to this level of apathy?

    ‘They’ have achieved almost mass brainwashing.

    If your not yet totally brain dead and you can sit for an hour, this partially explains

    Posted by: Richard | Oct 25, 2017 11:44:33 PM | 254


    See above. This couple died near their home in a mysterious car accident. A few days ago another man who wS in Vegas crowd was chased by two men who shot him; not a robbery. There have been more. Who/why are some people who were in Las Vegas crown being killed?

    Posted by: Richard | Oct 29, 2017 8:45:37 PM | 255

    1. Air traffic control tapes on the night of the Las Vegas shooting:

    “There’s active shooters on the runway. They’re on the airport property”

    2. Air traffic controllers speak about what they experienced during the Las Vegas mass shooting.
    (Half way thru video she remarks on helicopters “so close”)

    Posted by: Richard | Oct 29, 2017 9:24:14 PM | 256

    @Richard Thanks! Keep up the good work!

    Another Vegas Shooting Witness Reporting Multiple Gunmen, Found Dead

    Posted by: PeacefulProsperity | Oct 29, 2017 10:58:54 PM | 257

    Las Vegas Shooting Witness, Who Described Multiple Gunmen, Found Dead

    They are mounting, these deaths – why?


    Posted by: Richard | Oct 30, 2017 8:14:01 AM | 258


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    As we detailed earlier, Spain’s Director of Public Prosecutions, Jose Manuel Maza, made a short statement this morning as he filed a suit against former Catalonian leader, Carles Puigdemont and his colleagues, accusing them of “rebellion, sedition and misuse of public funds”. In total, charges have been made against 20 people, 14 of them former members of the Catalan and six of them members of the Speaker’s Committee in the Catalan Parliament (which facilitated the declaration of independence).


    If found guilty, the charges of rebellion, sedition and misuse of public funds carry prison terms of up to 30, 15 and 6 years, respectively, under Spanish law.

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    It is disgusting as Brexit (as Trump, Cambridge Analytica) is backed by hedge fund managers. They need a crisis.

    The last year hedge funds outperformed the stock market was 2008 during the financial crisis, when they shed 19 per cent compared with the S&P 500’s 37 per cent loss, according to HFR data.
    It reeks of George Soros attacking the Bank of England. They identified a psychological weakness – English people feeling swamped by foreigners and not identifying as European in the first place – to force the country on a path that is economically risky with no benefits for most citizens.

    And yes – the mining of personal data and “alternative news” are driven by hedge funds.

    This here is Catalan independence where noone understands Puigdemont’s strategy.

    One fund manager told Reuters that the economic repercussions would be “so complicated it makes Brexit look like a walk in the park”.
    This here is what is done.

    Instead, what really grabbed my attention was the distinctive — quasi-anthropological — manner in which the group looked at the political. Until now, whenever pollsters have been asked to do research on politics, they have generally focused on the things that modern western society labels “political” — such as voter registration, policy surveys, party affiliation, voting records and so on. … At the Dmexco ad tech conference in Cologne earlier this month, Richard Robinson, vice-president of Cambridge Analytica’s commercial arm, gave a fascinating insight into his company’s philosophy. “Enabling somebody and encouraging somebody to go out to vote on a wet Wednesday morning is no different in my mind to persuading and encouraging somebody to move from one toothpaste brand to another.” It was, he said, “about understanding what message is relevant to that person at that time when they are in that particular mindset”.
    Posted by: somebody | Oct 30, 2017 5:57:06 AM | 139

    The fact is over half the people in Britain voted to leave the EU. They didn’t read the fine print when they joined and nobody expected to be providing social services for Eastern Europe. And now the hedge fund managers smell blood. But the EU won’t give an inch because if the UK gets special treatment then the union will fall apart.

    So it’s not about restoring the British Empire. or uneducated bigotry, or lazy British workers…..it’s a Soros manufactured crisis.

    Posted by: dh | Oct 30, 2017 8:05:33 AM | 140

    Posted by: dh | Oct 30, 2017 8:05:33 AM | 140

    Hedge fund manufactured, Soros is the favorite political enemy as he is perceived as Democrat – but – hey, they are hedge funds, they are on both sides.

    Theresa May’s husband is – guess what – the manager of an US investment fund

    Beating the drum loudly does not come naturally to Capital. Its profile was long so low that when Theresa May became British prime minister, a UK newspaper that wrote about her husband Philip’s role as a client relationship manager at Capital could still mistakenly describe it as “a little-known hedge fund”.
    They didn’t read the fine print when they joined and nobody expected to be providing social services for Eastern Europe.

    That is how people were lied to. England paid for access to the EU industrial and consumer market plus for skilled labour whose education they did not have to pay for.

    Actually, EU enlargement into Eastern Europe used to be a British Tory idea.

    Noone expects EU access for British goods and people will get any cheaper now for Britain, and Britain would continue to have to follow EU regulations if they wish to trade in the EU. What is gone is the ‘austerity majority’ in EU political bodies. Noone expects access to the Indian and Pakistani markets will be attainable with no strings attached.

    Posted by: somebody | Oct 30, 2017 9:27:29 AM | 141

    Well it doesn’t seem to be hurting the FTSE. Keeps hitting new highs. Soros is going to have to work harder if he wants a sell off.

    Posted by: dh | Oct 30, 2017 10:32:17 AM | 142


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    HSBC is notorious for its role as a laundromat for Mexican and Colombian drug cartels and Middle Eastern terrorist groups. In 2012, the Senate Permanent Investigations Subcommittee (SPIS) published a 300-page report thoroughly documenting HSBC’s collusion with the drug cartels and Middle Eastern banks financing Al Qaeda. That report was referred to the Obama Justice Department, and the DOJ quickly reached a “deferred prosecution” deal with the bank. Not one HSBC banker faced individual prosecution. Under the deferred prosecution deal, the bank promised “never to do it again” and in return, they got to pay a fine and walk away scott free. Even after they broke the terms of the deferred prosecution deal, the bank and Federal prosecutors begged the Judge overseeing the compliance phase of the case to keep the findings under seal.

    In a novel civil case in Federal court in Texas, HSBC has been sued by the families of American government officials brutally killed by the Mexican drug cartels, charging that the bank was complicit in the murders under US anti-terrorism laws, because they laundered the money used to pay the assassins. Evidence presented in Court in that case shows a depth of collusion between the bank and the cartels that is mind blowing. The attorney for the plaintiffs in that case is a former Federal Prosecutor, Richard Elias, who quit the DOJ after he found evidence of massive and willful fraud by Citibank mortgage bankers only to see his higher-ups in Washington cut a deferred prosecution and civil fine deal under the Holder Rule.

    Not surprisingly, the US mainstream media (MSM) has barely covered the Johnson case. Not one major newspaper gave it frontpage coverage.


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    Finally, as Raul Ilargi Meijer points out so eloquently…

    What’s more interesting to come out of this circus is the picture of Washington -all of it- as an absolute cesspool and shithole.

    That these are the people, on either side of the aisle, that get to make the decisions is so worrisome it should make people think of leaving the country.


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    Update: Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has confirmed that the White House has no intention of firing Special Counsel Robert Mueller. She added that the role of George Papadopoulos, a foreign policy adviser during the campaign who pleaded guilty to obstruction earlier this month, was “extremely limited.”

    Sanders reiterated that the Manafort indictment has “nothing to do with us,” noting that his alleged criminal activities took place before he joined the campaign. When asked if the president now regrets hiring Manafort, she said she hadn’t asked him about his feelings on the matter. She also played down Papadopoulos’s involvement with the campaign was minimal, saying he met with a group of foreign policy advisers one time, and had his named included on a list of advisers given to the Washington Post.

    Sanders added that Manafort was hired to lead the campaign’s delegate push ahead of the convention, and was let go shortly after.


    chunga Glassport Oct 30, 2017 11:17 AM
    I agree, the article presumes knowledge about everything that happened already. They have chronicled this pretty well…I wish Tyler or one of the contributors like Zeropoint would do something with this.

    Here are articles sorted by “BLM”


    It still boggles my mind this *excellent* 90 minute documentary on the topic has only been viewed 10K times. It is outstanding and I recommend it for anybody wanting to understand what happened in Harney County and the assassination of LaVoy Finicum.

    American Standoff

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    The 12-year-old was raped in Penllergaer Woods, near Swansea, before being shot with a World War I-era Colt 45 weapon in 1946.

    The crime became known as the “Little Red Riding Hood murder”.

    Muriel went missing after leaving school and making the short journey through woodland to her parents’ remote Tyle-Du farm.

    Searchers still remember the woods around the farm lit up by glow worms and the cries of Muriel’s parents, Margaret and Percy, on the night of June 27.

    The next morning PC David Lloyd George found the Gowerton County School pupil’s body in undergrowth.

    One of her hands was raised and her eyes were still wide open.

    Police believe the killer would have been between 18 and 25 when the murder was carried out.


    “Upon arrival the house was ablaze and three children aged 13, 12 and 10 years were able to escape. They are being treated in hospital but do not have life threatening injuries.

    The fire happened at Llangammarch Wells, near Builth Wells (Image: Google)
    “However, there are a number of people unaccounted for at this time and we can confirm that there are known to be fatalities.

    “Due to the severity of damage at the scene we are unable at this stage to identify any of the deceased or confirm numbers.

    “Specialist scientists and fire investigators are still assessing the scene prior to further investigation. At this time we are treating the cause of the fire as unexplained.”


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    Tesla owner Tyler Martin was ecstatic in December 2016 when he went to pick up his brand new Model S. But the excitement quickly faded when he noticed several problems, including paint damage and trim alignment issues, during his new customer walk through.

    Unfortunately, the issues didn’t stop there as a whole host of other problems popped up just during Martin’s first six months of ownership including a series of creaks and rattles, a defective windshield and malfucntioning mirrors.

    The perpetual service nightmare that ensued with Martin’s $80,000 electric vehicle prompted him to upload a 25-minute YouTube video chronicling every issue he’s had in his short 11 months of ownership. Per Jalopnik:


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    kamtsa 3 points (+3|-0) 2.7 hours ago
    The indictment mentioned unnamed Company A and Company B that worked with Manafort advancing Ukraine/Russian interests. There were other reports that one of them are the Podesta brothers’ lobbying company.

    The swamp is being drained.

    So far no indication of an election collusion or Trump involvement.



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    Debbie Lusignan


    WhimsyQuest • a day ago
    what a real gunshot to the leg looks like and surrounding Medical event.

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    Analysis Where to begin?

    Former Trump foreign policy advisor George Papadopoulos – no, not that one – has been turned by ex-FBI director Robert Mueller as part of the latter’s investigation into Trump campaign team members. Mueller is probing allegations of obstruction of justice, money laundering and other financial crimes, and collusion with Russian government agents seeking to meddle with last year’s US presidential election.

    Papadopoulos has been assisting Mueller’s special inquiry for several months, but word of this cooperation only emerged today when his guilty plea to making false statements to the FBI was unsealed.

    Coincidentally, Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort surrendered himself this morning to Mueller at his nearest FBI office, as requested, to answer allegations ranging from making false statements to acting as a foreign agent.

    Ex-Trump campaign official Rick Gates, also accused of conspiracy and money laundering, handed himself in today, too. The indictment against the pair is here, and both deny any wrongdoing.

    Among the wealth of details in Papadopoulos’ 14-page statement [PDF] is the fact that he used Facebook Messenger and Skype to communicate with a Russian government agent, called “the Professor,” who promised to provide damaging information on the Clinton campaign. Emails, no less.

    “This isn’t like he [the Professor]’s messaging me while I’m in April with Trump,” Papadopoulos told the FBI. “I wasn’t even on the Trump team.” Except he was on the team in April 2016. The Feds noted in their court paperwork: “Defendant PAPADOPOULOS met the Professor for the first time on or about March 14, 2016, after defendant PAPADOPOULOS had already learned he would be a foreign policy advisor for the Campaign; the Professor showed interest in defendant PAPADOPOULOS only after learning of his role.”

    And then there is extensive evidence – confirmed by Papadopoulos – that he acted as a go-between for the Trump campaign and the Russian government, including being supplied with damaging information on the Clinton campaign.

    There are also emails from other Trump campaign staff – so far unnamed – that show explicit efforts to work with Russians in gathering damaging information on the real-estate tycoon’s political rival. In other words, efforts to engage a foreign power to swing a US presidential election.


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    The science may be against what Teach First believes to be true – and no doubt what many educationalists would like to be true – but that doesn’t make it untrue. Having said that, there are some eminent social scientists who believe it is possible to raise children’s IQ, something I claim in my piece hasn’t yet been achieved, at least not in a way that is easily replicable.


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    Can you remain at home for months at a time?

    Once the fighting begins, it’s not possible to arrange to have battles occur when it’s convenient. There can be no trips to the supermarket or the doctor, as it’ll be too dangerous. It’s essential that you and your family can remain in your “fortress” for an extended time. It may be weeks or months before you can go out the door, and you’d need to be entirely self-sufficient during that period.

    Can you actually bring yourself to kill others?

    Combat veterans and ex-cops have had the training that allows them to shoot another human being without question. There are also those with sociopathic tendencies who have no qualms about shooting someone who’s facing them. Most other people will not know if they can pull the trigger until they’re facing another person with a gun in his hand. Many hesitate, which is likely to be fatal. Training the wife and kids may therefore be a death sentence for them.

    Are you prepared to sacrifice your life and that of your family?

    Regardless as to whether you may be visited by the authorities, in riot gear and with automatic weapons, or whether one or more bands of raiders attack your home, what you’re essentially accepting by saying that you’ll stay and defend it is that you’ve made the decision to live in a potential war zone. Given the choice to either put yourself and your family in harm’s way, or move to a safer place (perhaps a country that’s not experiencing conflict), which do you think is the more responsible choice?

    Would you not rather be lying on a beach somewhere?


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    Last week Carlson reported that Tony Podesta is a central figure in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. Directly after his report, Carlson’s show was contacted by a former long-time executive of the Podesta Group with “direct personal knowledge” of Tony Podesta’s questionable activities, which Carlson divulged the next evening.

    While the nature of Podesta’s threat has not been made public, Carlson later tweeted “We’re confident the Mueller probe will reveal a lot more about Tony Podesta’s lobbying practices in the near future.”

    To review:


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    So it appears that Antifa are pro paedophilia…

    Shinsha 4 points (+4|-0) 5 hours ago
    Sick! They are pro pedophilia and include NAMBLA as part of their group.

    [–] pizzaequalspedo 1 points (+1|-0) 2.1 hours ago
    Disgusting. These people need to be arrested and tried for condoning child rape



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    “Harvey believes he is a savior,” a Hollywood insider says.

    The source adds that the pervy former Weinstein Co. and Miramax macher has been telling confidantes “that he was born to take the fall for his behavior in order to ‘change the world.’ He is resigned to his punishment — as a martyr for social change.”

    A rep for Weinstein commented, “That’s absurd.”

    More than 80 women so far have accused Weinstein of sexual harassment, assault and rape — and the list kept growing this week.


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    We all have been looking at photographs of “Stacy Etcheber”, supposed victim of the Las Vegas fake massacre. The answer is shocking – at least to the uninitiated.

    This “victim” is also interesting, in that the scenario is HEAVILY connected to police, and because the faux funeral was conducted with great police-funded (taxpayer funded) fanfare. As we show, there is of course no body of Stacy Etcheber (not a dead one anyway), and so the “burial” was predictably carried out ‘in secret’.

    It is STRONGLY recommended that researchers watching this video, should duplicate the material (now) available on the internet, and preserve the evidence as much as possible. There is a very high likelihood that censorship and scrubbing will begin soon.

    See the evidence for yourself. Research is ongoing. Subscribe for more info.


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    If this article was a movie, we would already be hearing music associated with danger.

    It is time to synthesize what know about Vegas and to extrapolate some meaning about what is coming based on two variables, what we know and what has already happened.


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    This is the situation in NW Syria and the east on 31 October.

    The situation in Eastern Syria has become relatively stable. The US government’s proxy forces (SDF) have advanced to the east bank of the
    Euphrates and as a result sovereign Syria will be limited to the country west of the river for some unforeseeable period.

    The SDF and R+6 are engaged along with Iraqi forces in a race along both banks of the river to determine who will control the Albukamel border crossing on the Deir al-Zor to Baghdad highway. The US coalition apparently wants to keep that highway communication out of SAG hand so as to continue to weaken the government. The Iraqi government wants the crossing open and in Syria’s hands, so this is bound to be a cause of friction between the US and Iraq.

    The large IS pockets in central Syria have been eliminated with some jihadis being allowed to evacuate into the Albukamel area and others seeking to flee into Idlib Province where they are being given a hostile reception by HTS (Al-Qa’ida).
    This has freed up a large number of Syrian troops who are being re-deployed either to the Euphrates or to the coming offensive in Idlib Province.

    The Syrian general command has appointed new commanders to the north overall and to the offensive that will drive into Idlib Province from the south.
    Action on the axis astride Route 5 from the south has begun. Secondary attacks should be expected from Aleppo City and from Latakia Province going east.

    Such action is facilitated by the fact that both HTS and IS are excluded from the terms of the de-escalation agreement in Idlib Province.

    The situation will become really interesting when R-6 forces reach the outposts now manned by the Turks in northern Idlib Province. pl


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