I got the idea to offer this free forum while commenting and being confronted for commenting on Gleen Greenwald’s Substack forums. There seems to be a lot of spill over as far as the topic is concerned on the forum. So I thought it would be a good idea to offer a “safe space” for those of you who are making commentary there, to continue with your ideas that run off into new topics there.

I will not be moderating this forum, and I give you no ground rules other than to try to be civil as far as you yourslf define the term.

The sociopolitical issue of the day are vast and complex. It is indeed a dangerous world. If the human species is going to survive we are going to have to sort things out wisely. So I hope some of you can offer your own ideas on how to sort it all out.

William Whitten — August 28, 2021

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      1. David E. Martin PhD is the developer of several innovation-based quantitative indices of public equities and founder of the Purple Bridge Funds and M-CAM International. He has worked closely with the United States Congress and numerous trade and financial regulatory agencies in the United States. Dr. Martin is also a Batten Fellow at the University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School of Business Administration.

        Since 1999, Dr. Martin has been actively tracking patent applications and approvals for the purpose of identifying suspicious activity. In the 94-minute video shown below, he shares the findings from his research regarding the laboratory development of a pathogenic coronavirus that started in 1999 and released initially upon human populations in the SARS CoV-1 in 2002-2003, then again in MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome in 2012, and then again in SARS CoV-2 which was renamed COVID-19, as shown below with evidence from the primary development lab in Wuhan China.

        In my opinion, his research proves that all of these pathogenic variants of the coronavirus were laboratory developed, man-made bioweapons. And they’ve all been funded by the NIAID under the direction of a self-proclaimed Jesuit, Dr. Anthony Fauci.



      2. David E. Martin PhD is the developer of several innovation-based quantitative indices of public equities and founder of the Purple Bridge Funds and M-CAM International. He has worked closely with the United States Congress and numerous trade and financial regulatory agencies in the United States. Dr. Martin is also a Batten Fellow at the University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School of Business Administration.

        Since 1999, Dr. Martin has been actively tracking patent applications and approvals for the purpose of identifying suspicious activity. In the 94-minute video shown below, he shares the findings from his research regarding the laboratory development of a pathogenic coronavirus that started in 1999 and released initially upon human populations in the SARS CoV-1 in 2002-2003, then again in MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome in 2012, and then again in SARS CoV-2 which was renamed COVID-19, as shown below with evidence from the primary development lab in Wuhan China.

        In my opinion, his research proves that all of these pathogenic variants of the coronavirus were laboratory developed, man-made bioweapons. And they’ve all been funded by the NIAID under the direction of a self-proclaimed Jesuit, Dr. Anthony Fauci.


      3. Lawmakers were told on Friday during a hearing on an audit conducted in Arizona’s most populous county, Maricopa County, of inconsistencies uncovered during a forensic audit into the 2020 election commissioned by the state’s Senate.

        Senate President Karen Fann, a Republican, issued a letter on the same day to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich recommending further investigation following the audit’s findings. In the letter, she raised concerns over signature verification on mail-in ballots, the accuracy of voter rolls, the securing of election systems, and the record-keeping of evidence related to the elections.

        “I am therefore forwarding the reports for your office’s consideration and, if you find it appropriate, further investigation as part of your ongoing oversight of these issues,” Fann told Brnovich in the letter.

        Brnovich said in a statement Friday afternoon, “I will take all necessary actions that are supported by the evidence and where I have legal authority. Arizonans deserve to have their votes accurately counted and protected.”

        His office noted in a statement that it has an Election Integrity Unit that “will thoroughly review the Senate’s information and evidence,” and said that it “cannot comment on specific allegations until its review is complete.”

        Fann said Friday at the hearing that the audit had faced unnecessary obstruction from Maricopa County, which went to court in a bid to ward off the audit and subpoenas. She added that while the forensic audit did not uncover a significant difference in the total vote tallies, which showed a difference of only hundreds in the final report, evidence was uncovered of numerous other anomalies, including statutes being broken and chain of custody not being followed.

        Cyber Ninjas, a Florida-based company hired by the Senate to conduct the audit, said its review involved over 1,500 people and a total of over 100,000 hours. While the company said in the recount it only found a vote discrepancy of 994 in the presidential race and 1,167 in the Senate race, the report highlights potential issues with a combined total of 53,305 ballots.

        Maricopa County on Friday issued a series of statements on its Twitter page in response to findings laid out in a purported draft audit report of Cyber Ninja’s forensic audit that had been released ahead of the Senate audit hearing.

        The draft audit report’s figures did not entirely correlate with that of Cyber Ninja’s final report. Fann said Friday at the hearing, “As you know somebody leaked one of the draft reports out over the last 24-48 hours. It was a draft report, so I can tell you that what’s in that is not entirely what’s in the final report.” However, some key allegations in the draft report over ballots impacted did match that of the final report.


      1. It’s already abundantly clear that President Joe Biden’s withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan was a monumental mistake. Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) thinks it’s time to cut America’s losses.

        Cotton called on Biden to “reverse course” on the “disastrous” plan that has stranded thousands and led to a terror attack that killed 13 American service members, Breitbart reported. The lawmaker was speaking on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends” Friday ahead of the Aug. 31 pullout date.
        “I’ve been warning for two weeks now that we can’t trust the Taliban to conduct security at the airport or to help secure our citizens in Kabul, and we saw the consequences of that yesterday,” Cotton told the hosts. Two explosions outside of the Kabul airport killed the service members and injured several more as people flooded the area for the rushed evacuations, The Hill reported.

        As the U.S. attempted to evacuate service personnel, civilians, and Afghan allies from the nation ahead of the scheduled Aug. 31 withdrawal, the Taliban has taken over parts of the country. These evacuees are now at the mercy of the Taliban to get through to safety.

        “Again, remember, we apparently gave the names of American citizens and Afghans and partner citizens as well to the Taliban to help them get through screening checkpoints,” Cotton continued. “Just think about how insane that is. That’s like giving the Taliban a hit list for our people and our partners,” he said.


      2. Chris Hedges: America’s Fate — Oligarchy or Autocracy

        The alliance of Republican and Democratic oligarchs exposes the burlesque that characterized the old two-party system, where the ruling parties fought over what Sigmund Freud called the “narcissism of minor differences” but were united on all the major structural issues including massive defense spending, free trade deals, tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations, the endless wars, government surveillance, the money-saturated election process, neoliberalism, austerity, deindustrialization, militarized police and the world’s largest prison system.

        The liberal class, fearing autocracy, has thrown in its lot with the oligarchs, discrediting and rendering impotent the causes and issues it claims to champion. The bankruptcy of the liberal class is important, for it effectively turns liberal democratic values into the empty platitudes those who embrace autocracy condemn and despise.

        So, for example, censorship is wrong, unless the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop are censored, or Donald Trump is banished from social media. Conspiracy theories are wrong, unless those theories, such as the Steele dossier and Russiagate, can be used to damage the autocrat. The misuse of the legal system and law enforcement agencies to carry out personal vendettas are wrong, unless those vendettas are directed at the autocrat and those who support him. Giant tech monopolies and their monolithic social media platforms are wrong, unless those monopolies use their algorithms, control of information and campaign contributions to ensure the election of the oligarch’s anointed presidential candidate, Joe Biden.

        The perfidy of the oligarchs, masked by the calls for civility, tolerance and respect for human rights, often out does that of the autocracy. The Trump administration, for example, expelled 444,000 asylum seekers under Title 42, a law that permits the immediate expulsion of those who potentially pose a public health risk and denies the expelled migrants the right to make a case to stay in the U.S. before an immigration judge.


    1. Biden withdraws Waco liar and gun control advocate David Chipman from ATF nomination
      9 Sep, 2021 21:59

      President Joe Biden has pulled the nomination of David Chipman to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Chipman is a former ATF agent who lied to defend the agency’s actions at the Waco siege.
      Chipman’s nomination was withdrawn on Thursday, five months after it was first announced. In that time, the nomination drew fierce opposition from Republican lawmakers and gun rights activists, given Chipman spent much of the last several years campaigning with anti-gun groups.

      A 25-year veteran of the ATF, Chipman also lied in 2019 about the agency’s conduct during the 1993 siege and massacre at Waco, Texas, in which FBI agents massacred 76 people, including 20 children at a compound belonging to a religious cult following the unsuccessful execution of an ATF search warrant on cult leader David Koresh for stockpiling weapons.

      Chipman claimed that the cult members shot down “two Texas Air National Guard helicopters,” which was outright false.

      A congressional report released three years after the siege found that although shots were fired at the helicopters, none of the aircrafts was downed and that no ATF agents or National Guard servicemen on board were injured.

      In pulling Chipman’s nomination, Biden blamed Republicans for siding with gun manufacturers instead of supporting someone who advocates “commonsense measures” to reduce gun violence.

      “Since taking office, my Administration has taken numerous steps to combat gun violence, and we’ll continue to use every tool at our disposal to fight gun violence and keep Americans safe,” Biden wrote.


      1. Report: Mark Milley Told Military Officials Not to Take Orders After Capitol Riot

        Joint Chiefs Chairman Army Gen. Mark Milley single-handedly took top-secret action to preempt then-President Donald Trump from ordering a military strike or launching nuclear weapons, according to a new book.

        According to Peril by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa, Milley was worried that after the January 6 Capitol breach, Trump could “go rogue” and called a secret meeting on January 8 with senior military leaders.

        During that meeting, Milley instructed senior military officials in charge of the National Military Command Center to not take orders from anyone unless he was involved, according to a write-up of the book by CNN.

        “No matter what you are told, you do the procedure. You do the process. And I’m part of that procedure,” Milley told them.

        “Milley considered it an oath,” Woodward and Costa wrote.

        The book also revealed that Milley had two back-channel phone calls with China’s top general to reassure him that the U.S. would not attack, even promising to give him a heads up if it did.

        According to a write-up by the Washington Post, Milley — four days before the 2020 presidential election — assured his Chinese counterpart, Gen. Li Zuocheng of the People’s Liberation Army, that the U.S. would not strike.

        The book said Milley’s first call was prompted by intelligence that suggested the Chinese believed the U.S. was preparing to attack.

        “General Li, I want to assure you that the American government is stable and everything is going to be okay,” Milley allegedly said. “We are not going to attack or conduct any kinetic operations against you.”

        Milley even pledged to alert Li in the event of a U.S. attack.

        “General Li, you and I have known each other for now five years. If we’re going to attack, I’m going to call you ahead of time. It’s not going to be a surprise,” he said, according to the book.

        In his second call on January 8, 2021, Milley promised Li, “We are 100 percent steady. Everything’s fine. But democracy can be sloppy sometimes.” Milley did not tell Trump about the call, according to the book.



      1. Sen. Marsha Blackburn calls for Biden administration to resign | National Report

        Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn calls for the entire Biden Administration to resign over the withdrawal from Afghanistan – Via Newsmax’s ‘National Report.’



      2. Gen. Keane responds to Biden’s demand he resign or be fired

        Fox News senior strategic analyst Jack Keane is among the military academy board members who were told to step down by the Biden administration.



      3. WATCH: Fake News Andrea Mitchell DEFENDS Scumbag Milley’s Treasonous Phone Calls

        In January 8, 2021, the same day Milley reportedly spoke to China in a secret phone call, CNN ran a story claiming Pelosi had gotten assurances from Milley there are safeguards in place in the event President Trump wants to launch a nuclear weapon.

        Milley has no loyalty to the United States.

        NBC’s Andrea Mitchell used this as another opportunity to bash Trump, saying that he was carrying out military exercises and bashing China for releasing a bioweapon on the world, creating worry among leaders of both nations. She then used this false narrative to justify Milley’s treasonous plot against the President.

        The truth, as Donald Trump Jr. pointed out earlier is that Trump’s mission was world peace. Anyone who thinks Trump wanted war with China is a moron.

        The idea that Trump — who devoted his presidency to ending war — would WANT war is ridiculous. If Milley thought that, he’s a moron. If he didn’t think that but did what he’s said to have done anyway, he came way closer to a treasonous coup than anyone at the Capitol on Jan 6.

        Conservative journalist Nicholas Fondacaro Tweeted:

        Nicholas Fondacaro
        Sep 14
        Replying to
        Over on ABC, their coverage mostly consisted of chief Washington correspondent Jon Karl reading excerpts of the book. He did note that Milley was not in the chain of command but was instructing orders to only listen to his orders and not the president’s.
        1:28 / 2:10


      4. When the Arizona state Senate revealed last week the results of its audit of the 2020 presidential election race in Maricopa County, which confirmed more than 57,000 problem ballots in a county won by Joe Biden by a handful, some may have thought the issue was over.

        They would have been wrong.

        This week, Arizona Attorney General and U.S. Senate candidate Mark Brnovich announced a review of the issue, and so did officials in Maricopa County.

        Congress Launches New Policy For Cars Used Less Than 49 Miles/Day

        Brnovich said his office asked the Arizona Senate to provide supporting documents to its report, and he’s insisting that Maricopa County “preserve all documents and data.”

        “The Arizona Senate’s report that was released on Friday rises some serious questions regarding the 2020 election,” he explained. “Arizonans can be assured our office will conduct a thorough review of the information we receive.”

        County officials also said they will be “producing a comprehensive report addressing all of the allegations and questions from the Arizona Senate’s final audit report.”

        The Federalist reported that while the audit confirmed Biden was leading in votes, it “made several significant findings supporting former President Trump’s complaints about the 2020 election.”

        The “corporate media,” the Federalist reported, “ignored those aspects of the audit to focus instead only on the results of the hand recount.”

        The audit found “there were no substantial differences between the hand count of the ballots provided and the official canvass results for the county.”

        The report explained Maricopa County provided Biden a 45,000-vote advantage in the state, propelling Biden to a victory by 10,457 votes.

        “Left unmentioned, however, were the numerous findings of problems with the election and, most significantly, evidence indicating tens of thousands of ballots were illegally cast or counted,” the report noted.

        The Senate report was done by a cybersecurity firm and found more than 57,000 problem ballots.

        Doug Logan, the CEO of Cyber Ninjas, said his team found 57,734 ballots with serious issues, the Gateway Pundit reported.

        In the official statewide count last November, only 10,457 votes separated Joe Biden from Donald Trump.

        And Ben Cotton, the founder of the digital forensics firm CyFIR, claimed in his presentation to the senators he has evidence that Maricopa County workers intentionally deleted data.

        He said his team caught the election workers at the keyboards of computers in February purging results from the Election Management System the day before the audit began.

        His team, he said, captured screen shots and time stamps and has identified the workers.

        The audience, despite instructions to remain silent during the presentations, erupted in applause when Cotton said he had the evidence.

        See Cotton’s claim and the reaction:

        Maricopa County responded with a statement on Twitter saying it “strongly denies claims that @maricopavote staff intentionally deleted data.”

        “As we’ve stated, staff were conducting the March election & compiling info required to comply w/ Senate subpoena. We have backups for all Nov. data & those archives were never subpoenaed.”

        The doubts about the Arizona results are just part of a series of problems clouding the 2020 results, when a handful of votes across six swing states gave the White House to Joe Biden.

        Problems that already were known to exist include that some election officials simply ignored or changed state law to accommodate mail-in ballots, but the Constitution allows only state lawmakers to make those changes. One state already has started an investigation that reportedly has “evidence” of that.

        Further, Facebook’s leftist Mark Zuckerberg handed out some $350 million to mostly leftist local and state election officials for them to run their 2020 operations, raising the question of undue influence.

        via wnd


      1. Arendt and QAnon
        How Origins of Totalitarianism Explains Right-Wing Extremism & Conspiracy Thinking Today

        Although she wrote The Origins of Totalitarianism in 1951, the political philosopher Hannah Arendt had Marjorie Taylor Greene’s, QAnon’s, and most of the Republican Party’s number, down to almost the last decimal point. Nowhere else will one find a more chilling anticipation and explanation of Trumpism’s deranged conspiracy-mongering and startling resilience. Since 2016, it’s been obvious that Trump himself is a purveyor of conspiracy theories, notably about a “deep state” conspiracy (which about 40% of Americans now believe) and 2020 election fraud. Republicans’ steadfast, sycophantic support for Trump, coupled with their recent decision to neither censure Taylor Greene nor strip her of her committee posts, their failure to vote to convict Trump in the Senate during the recent impeachment trial, and an ongoing, farcical “election fraud” investigation in Arizona authorized by state Republicans, confirm that they have morphed into a far-right party with a solid authoritarian base, one reminiscent of European extremist parties.

        CounterPunch ic another ÜberLiberal Neo-Marxist digital rag that sits on the surface of issues but never plunges deep into the real information of the deep state. QAnon? Really? No one buys into QAnon but the leftist assholes who want to link it with Trump, who never heard of that stupid shit. Counter Punch is statist disinformation and utter bullshit.


      2. The powers of financial capitalism had a far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent meetings and conferences.
        –Carroll Quigley



      3. Leaked Zoom Video Reveals Hospital Officials Discussing COVID-19 Scare Tactics
        BY MATT MCGREGOR September 14, 2021

        SHOCK VIDEO: Senior doctors and a marketing director at in North Carolina discussed inflating COVID-19 numbers by counting recovered patients as active COVID patients.

        “We need to be… more scary to the public… If you don’t get vaccinated, you know you’re going to die.”
        0:00 / 2:11
        6:09 PM · Sep 10, 2021·Twitter Web App
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        National File
        Sep 10
        Replying to
        “There are many people still hospitalized that we’re considering post-COVID, but they’re not counted in those numbers… So how do we include those post-COVID people in the numbers of the patients we have in the hospital?”
        Doctor Wants To Be ‘Scary To The Public’ And Inflate COVID Numbers, ‘If You Don’t Get Vaccinated,…
        North Carolina doctor wants to be “scary” to the public by inflating COVID-19 patient numbers and claiming people will die without vaccines


      4. Brandon Judd, President of the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC), told Fox News during an interview on Thursday night that if President Joe Biden were not president, he would arrest Biden for “aiding and abetting.”

        “I’ve been patrolling the borders since Clinton was the president and I can tell you personally, that the policies that have been in place were by far the best under President Trump and President Biden completely and totally dismantled all of those policies,” Judd told Fox News host Sean Hannity. “And when you look at our Border Patrol agents, when they are sent down there to that job, and by the way, Mayorkas was down on the border, and he saw the horses, he knew the horses were out there, and now he’s making, doing a 180.”


    2. Blessthebeasts asserts that,

      “As I’m sure you know, dems/repubs are in the same club and we ain’t!”

      This is of course based on George Carlin’s standup comedy routine.

      It is a simplistic cliché based on certain unexpressed assumptions.

      The only thing that is obviously true is that the Democrats and the Republicans are the two dominant political parties in the US.

      It is assumed that this is a *false* Left/Right Paradigm.

      So what is the genesis of the left/right paradigm? It is derived from the theocratic musings of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, and what is referred to as the Hegelian Dialectic. This is expressed as:


      So we could express the problem as Democrat/Republican/Government

      Or as Left/Right/Politics

      However we do not have to play Hegel’s game

      We can in fact reject either the thesis, or the antithesis and chose one or the other as correct and dispense with the synthetic solution. That is, choose the left or right as a proper position. Or choose the Democratic Party or the Republic Party as holding your values and principles.

      At this point we can then discuss the actual details of party platforms and political positions as they actually manifest. Dealing in gross generalities in any subject is always just the beginning of the discussion.

      In my view the correct question in political policy is the question of constitutionality of a position. There is in fact a written federal constitution at the foundation of the American Republic.

      Read it.



      1. Today, Friday, September 24, Sidney Powell, Sidney Powell, P.C., and Defending the Republic, Inc., filed a counterclaim against Dominion Voting Systems, alleging it abused the legal process in its lawsuit against the Powell Defendants.

        Through this counterclaim, Powell argues that Dominion brought this case against her, her law firm, and Defending the Republic, Inc. (the nonprofit of which she is the President and Founder), to punish her for speaking out, to smear her reputation and impair her credibility, to deflect public attention from the truth of the fraud in the election, and to punish her for drawing attention to the vulnerabilities in Dominion’s machines and software.

        Specifically, the complaint highlights ways in which Dominion set out to silence its critics, stop any negative discussion of the company, and conceal damaging facts regarding Dominion’s own patents and instruction manual. As explained through the counterclaim, these documents expressly provide for remote access to real-time election results; remote access to adjudicate votes or to flip votes; deletion of audit logs and votes; and other vulnerabilities, which are features within the Dominion machines.

        Powell’s counterclaim asserts that in an effort to avoid having these underlying facts surface in the public dialogue, Dominion developed a public relations strategy through litigation. As a part of its “lawfare” campaign, Dominion filed billion-dollar-plus lawsuits against separate defendants at critical and strategically planned times. It also sent over 150 cease and desist preservation letters to those who criticized Dominion in any way, including witnesses, experts, and even clients of Sidney Powell, P.C. Dominion’s goal was simple: silence the negative press, change the public narrative to its $1.3 billion assault against Sidney Powell, and conceal the truth of the vulnerabilities of the Dominion machine fraud in the election.


      2. Sidney Powell Countersues Dominion for Bad PR and Fraud
        Posted on September 27, 2021 2:03 pm

        KITTY: Sidney Powell Countersues Dominion for Bad PR and Fraud
        No Dominion Over Me, Sidney Says
        © by Choupette Bateaumouchoir

        So, this year as 2020 election result questions piled up, the Dominion people threatened suit against every big or semibig name they could think of who had brought their badly designed and managed machines to light related to the election, including Lou Dobbs, Newsmax, OAN, Fox News, Rudy Giuliani, Patrick Byrne, Mike Lindell, OAN CEO Robert Herring and his son, OAN President Charles Herring, correspondent Chanel Rion and presenter Christina Bobb.

        Dominion is even considering suing Donald Trump. (Smartmatic, another voting machine company, is suing Lou Dobbs, Judge Jeanine Pirro, and Maria Bartiromo). Last but not least, Dominion is suing Sidney Powell and has also sent out 150 “cease and desist” letters to everyone but the kitchen sink.

        Sidney has struck back. Making a counterclaim which is laid out on her website, Powell avers that Dominion brought this suit against her and her law firm to:

        punish her for speaking out
        smear her reputation
        impair her credibility
        deflect public attention from the truth of the fraud in the election and
        punish her for drawing attention to the vulnerabilities in Dominion’s machines and software
        Powell asserts that ‘in an effort to avoid having these underlying facts surface in the public dialogue, Dominion developed a public relations strategy through litigation. As a part of its “lawfare” campaign, Dominion filed billion-dollar-plus lawsuits against separate defendants at critical and strategically planned times. ‘

        Powell, nothing if not thorough, brings twenty-five affirmative defenses designed to knock down the plaintiff, Dominion, in this case. These include lack of standing, improper venue, estoppel, lack of causation, privileged communication, the First Amendment, absence of malice, and more than a dozen other defenses. For a non-lawyer, two of the most powerful are:

        Fourth Affirmative Defense: Plaintiffs’ own claims are barred in whole or in part by Plaintiff’s own fraud
        Fifth Affirmative Defense: Plaintiffs’ own claims are barred in whole or in part by illegality
        It is true that these illegal fraudsters have no place suing anyone. Powell in the countersuit claims that the plaintiff’s allegations, paragraph by paragraph and even by sentences within paragraphs, are either hyperbolic narrative or in most cases are denied and strict proof is demanded.

        The counterclaim states that Dominion brought suit to punish Powell and that Dominion did not bring the litigation with the purpose of winning, as its entire annual revenue is less than 1/10th of the $1.3B for which it is bringing suit.

        The countersuit goes on to state that continued scrutiny of the vulnerabilities of the Dominion voting systems would likely open its executives to civil and criminal liability.

        Further, contrary to the executives’ sworn statements and assurances, the Dominion patents and manuals expressly provide for remote access to real-time election results, to adjudicate or flip votes, to delete audit logs and votes and other vulnerabilities.

        The countersuit avers that to avoid having these facts made public, Dominion developed this litigation as a public relations campaign to change the narrative, hide the truth, and discourage future challenges and negative reporting. It then proceed to bring suit seriatim to a large number of individuals and business (news) entities, when it could have brought one suit citing all defendants.

        The countersuit states that Dominion did this in order to drag out negative press coverage. It then sent out over 150 cease and desist letters to a variety of parties including unknown tweeters who simply expressed an opinion, and also witnesses, attorneys, and experts.

        The countersuit claims that Dominion’s behavior is an abuse of process and demands $10 mil in damages plus punitive damages.

        When this writer reads the text of a suit brought by Sidney Powell, metaphorical bells ring and liberty is proclaimed throughout the land. Justice cannot be far behind, because the truth stands out in its radiant simplicity. We do not know who Ms. Powell’s antecedents were, but if Joan of Arc were among them, this writer would not be surprised. That, and perhaps Charles the Bold on horseback wielding a morningstar against his enemies.

        Conventional justice will take longer than perceived justice and will be fraught with twists and turns. Since this suit has been brought in the District of Columbia. it will no doubt be a heavy fight. But for this, no dragon slayer is better equipped than Attorney Sidney Powell and her inimitable and talented crew.

        Click to access Counterclaim-ONLY-KRAKEN-ANSWER-AND-CC-1-1.pdf



    3. I have always loved words and language. I have a 40 year old paperback thesaurus sitting on my library shelf right now. Just a keepsake as I use the internet for word searches now. I have read several books on our native tongue, English and found its origin to be in the Danube Valley, and the connections of Indo-European, Such a remarkable spreading of the language to the Middle East and back to Europe again. The influence of the Latin, is mainly near Hadrian’s Wall in Britain. And then reinforced by William the Conqueror who conquered the Anglo-Saxons at the Battle of Hastings (October 14, 1066)

      “Dirty words” originated by a decree to use only Latin for describing bodily functions in a power play by the Normans as a conquering people.

      I am just outlining quickly here in a flow of consciousness manner….


      Our Marvelous Native Tongue: The Life and Times of the English Language Hardcover – May 12, 1983



    4. Percy Bysshe Shelley described the function of poets in this tradition in the following manner:

      A poet participates in the eternal, the infinite, and the one; as far as relates to his conceptions, time and place and number are not. The grammatical forms which express the moods of time, and the difference of persons, and the distinction of place, are convertible with respect to the highest poetry without injuring it as poetry; and the choruses of Aeschylus, and the book of Job, and Dante’s “Paradise” would afford, more than any other writings, examples of this fact, if the limits of this essay did not forbid citation.



    5. “The powers of financial capitalism had a far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent meetings and conferences.”
      –Carroll Quigley


      1. Hans von Spakovsky, a former member of the Federal Election Commission, says the discrepancies found in the audit of Maricopa County, Arizona’s 2020 general election must now be further investigated to determine if illegal and/or result-changing conduct occurred.

        “This audit is just the start of what needs to be done in Maricopa County,” von Spakovsky, now an election law expert with The Heritage Foundation, told Newsmax the day the audit’s findings were released last month.


    6. Are Terrorists Entering US Via Southern Border?
      The immigration crisis at the border, we’ll let you hear how our director of homeland security reacted when Chris Wallace described it as a flood of illegals crossing the border. Former INS special agent Michael Cutler join us to discuss.


    7. “Oh, believe me,”–Wolf

      Why? You say because you “have the Biblical Gift of Discernment.”

      I say that the ability of ‘Discernment’ is a learned ability, through study, and maturity dependent on each individual’s innate capacity, plus the environmental situations of that individual’s experiences.

      If Wolf were born in the Middle East, say Saudi Arabia, the likelihood would be that he would be a Muslim and he would claim that he has the Quran’s Gift of Discernment. And of course there are many variations on this theme that could be proposed.

      Excuse me for approaching this issue in a rational manner. Although I do hold firm spiritual conceptualizations, I will not propagate those as a basis for my assertions. But I will refer to the Cartesian Dilemma in passing. And remind that secular language is appropriate for a mixed society of varied belief systems.



    8. What I am pointing out here Wolf, is the fact that there are disagreements between different denominations of Christianity as to what the Truth is.
      Annihilationism is promoted by the Jehovah’s Witnesses, who are considered a wacky cult by most mainstream Christian denominations.

      *Largest denominations in the world*

      Catholicism – 1.2 billion

      Protestantism – 600–800 million

      Eastern Orthodoxy – 225–300 million

      Oriental Orthodoxy – 86 million

      Anglicanism – 85 million

      Restorationism and Non-Trinitarianism – 41 million

      Church of the East – 0.6 million

      *Visit this site and see how dramatic the further details of divisions of denominations actually are.



  1. There is now an incredible amount of data from scientists and virologists that the mRNA solution in these shots are NOT vaccines. And that these mRNA solutions are in fact extrememly toxic and that the long term damage to those who have taken these shots are more than likely going to see huge portions of the world population dying and having permenently damged heath consequences to those who survive.




    The Fauci/COVID-19 Dossier

    This document is prepared for humanity by Dr. David E. Martin.

    The PDF is available for free on the Internet.



    1. Russiagate, More Like Watergate

      Matt Taibbi

      The indictment of Michael Sussmann sheds new light on the outrageous pre-election activities of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign, which have a familiar ring

      It’s been suggested that the case against Sussmann is weak because his alleged crime was lying to the FBI, when the FBI knew full well he was working for the Clinton campaign. This doesn’t exculpate Sussmann, it inculpates the FBI, for doing what it did throughout the Russiagate scandal: participating in the fiction that sources like Sussmann or Christopher Steele were financed by someone other than the Clinton campaign. In the Steele case, remember, the FBI went so far as to conceal the Clinton campaign’s role from the FISA court on at least three occasions (see page 260 of the Horowitz report), and director James Comey went so far as to publicly insist Steele’s report was “first funded by the Republicans,” among many other examples.

      Russiagate was a daisy-chain of deceptions. The Clinton campaign systematically planted phony stories about things like the Trump-Alfa business, the pee tape/blackmail tale, and Carter Page’s supposed role as a Trump-Russia conduit; the FBI went along with the fiction that inquiries launched on these matters did not originate as paid research from the Clinton campaign; and a parade of news media figures were culpable either as dupes or witting participants in these frauds, which in the case of the Alfa stunt was executed in a “hurry” to affect a presidential election.

      The only thing preventing all of this from being thought of as a scaled-up version of Watergate is the continued refusal of institutional America to own up to the comparison. Dick Nixon’s low-rent escapades like the “Canuck letter,” distributing fliers offering free “balloons for the kiddies” on behalf of Hubert Humphrey in black neighborhoods, or sending masses of pizzas to Ed Muskie’s hotel, all paled in comparison to the massive, ongoing campaign of fake news stories — political sabotage — planted by Clinton campaign figures in 2016 and beyond. The fact that the accompanying program of illegal surveillance was effected by lying to obtain FISA authority instead of a “third-rate burglary” and a bug doesn’t improve the situation. If the target had been anyone but Donald Trump, no one would bother even trying to deny how corrupt all this was, and continues to be.



      1. WATCH: AZ Audit Presentation: “We Should Be Calling For Decertification”
        October 4, 2021
        The Arizona audit presentation on September 24th showed massive evidence of voter fraud and we still have not seen any real action.

        This investigation has been turned over to Attorney General Mark Brnovich and it is now his job to save America and Arizona’s election.

        Professor David Clements tells The Gateway Pundit what we were all thinking. This election needs to be decertified, and the report was watered down because Doug Logan “was under tremendous pressure.”

        The Gateway Pundit reported this after an exclusive interview with Doug Logan.

        Congress Launches New Policy For Cars Used Less Than 49 Miles/Day
        The Gateway Pundit correspondent Jordan Conradson spoke to David Clements yesterday in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

        Conradson: A few weeks ago you said that the Arizona audit report would be terrible far worse than imagined, personally I think you called it. What do you think of the Arizona audit report?

        Clements: I’m equal parts frustrated, yet also encouraged if that makes sense because you’ve got enough for decertification. You’ve got over 57,000 Illegal ballots. The frustration comes in how the report was articulated. You want to lead with a front-page report that tells you, this is the bad stuff make it clear, and what are we going to do with it? And I don’t think we quite got that. But if you dig into the bones of the report, you started getting into 263,000 images that were forensically destroyed. You’ve got a bunch of what appears to be tampering or withholding of evidence. And so you’ve got enough to cover the margin. So we should be calling for decertification.

        The frustration is that there was a mandate on how to do a full forensic audit and I don’t think we quite got that. We didn’t get the routers there’s like, there’s some discussion on what we got, and whether we’re going to get what we really want. The canvass, we didn’t get. We had Liz Harris who had tremendous findings which is great. Now, when we hear about intimidation from people like Merrick Garland question is, why didn’t we dig in and tell Merrick Garland to pound sand? We had some brave legislators, one that might be looking at me right now that’s called for that, but we didn’t have enough voices were saying, Look, this isn’t your business. And then there was the missing volume Jovan Hutton Pulitzer, in relation to the kinematic findings. And that’s really important because when you look at the tally, which is what the mainstream press went with, we’ve got votes for Biden. And this was never about doing a recount or a tally, this was about doing a full forensic audit. What Jovan told me was that you had over 1600 ballot boxes 52 of them were sealed the rest weren’t. So you have a tremendous chain of custody problems. And then we get into the question of, well what is in those unsealed boxes? We have five months plus, an opportunity to stuff those boxes, we can look at whether or not it was vote secure paper and whether these were counterfeit.

        So there’s a lot of questions that have been raised that we still haven’t gotten conclusive answers at least to the public. I mean, I knew that this was bad because I had some knowledge of some of these findings, I’m just going, “wait till everyone sees the report”. Then you also have issues with respect to intimidation and pressure that was put on Doug Logan, Jovan Hutton Pulitzer, and that’s problematic because a lot of these folks were under contracts or nondisclosure agreements where they can’t tell you. But what I’m hearing is an element of duress. And so I teach contract law, one of the defenses to contract formation is duress. If you’re depriving someone of the free will to give you the unvarnished truth, because of different economic pressures whether or not funding’s withheld, whether or not someone’s going to be indemnified, that’s an issue. And so really what the American people want is just confidence, they want. We want the best version of an audit that we can get. And I’m not certain that we got that. So it’s, it’s, the question is how do we advocate, going forward, knowing that we have, far, far more than what’s needed to decertify? But also hold the other politicians accountable on why we didn’t get the best audit out there, I mean $9 million is a lot of money. So, those were my initial thoughts, and I’m going to continue to encourage people to decertify and see if we can find out more information that’s out there but it just hasn’t made its way to the public.

        Conradson: So you said they were under duress, do you think that the report was watered down.

        Clements: I do. I’m taking Doug Logan’s exact words that he was under “tremendous pressure”. But he also said some things that seem to suggest that he’ll stand by the report that was put out there. To me, that doesn’t make sense. That’s as I’m speaking for myself, I mean if you’re under pressure and then you’re under pressure, and pressure to do what? So I can’t speak for Doug, but I know that when I look at a report that talks about issues, we had 57,000 issues. What does that mean? Let’s be precise in our language are we talking about fraudulent votes or are we talking about legal votes? We made it very hard for people to get something that they can work with and demand accountability. And when you have someone like Governor Doug Ducey, saying that we’re not going to decertify, the night of. He didn’t even digest the report, let it sink, and figure out how his constituents would feel about it. He was ready to say, “No, we’re not doing this.” I’m disappointed in Karen Fann. I mean, I’ve been withheld criticism going back quite some time because she is the engine on how we went about getting the audit in the first place. And so you want to wait and see what are we going to get. And one of my chief frustrations with Karen is when something’s subpoenaed and you’ve been told that your subpoenas are lawful and someone doesn’t comply with it, you don’t reissue new subpoenas. You don’t ask for something else and then get ignored. When people would ignore subpoenas that I sent out in the case, and I didn’t get it on time, you’d bring it to the attention of the judge and you’d ask for an emergency hearing right away. And you have someone show cause, and if they can’t show cause you say, “Judge, find them and throw them in jail.” That’s how you get their attention. We knew about not having the routers back in May. It’s October. That’s unacceptable. So those are the frustrations, where Im sitting there going “look and we want to support y’all, I’m telling people to donate, donate money to the audits, and yet we don’t have everything that we’re entitled to.” And so I see, there’s a level of messaging that’s just very inconsistent. And we’ve got some fighters and we got some other folks that I feel like they’re just slow walking us and we’re running out of time. And now a lot of us are concerned about Attorney General Brnovich. Fantastic. If he wants to let go with the audit says, he can act on it but if a law professor from New Mexico State University can figure out the election stolen back in November of last year, there’s no reason for him to wait till October of 2021 to get started. That’s a problem. So we’ll see what happens. I think it’s incumbent upon people like myself to continue to put pressure on people, to encourage those that are doing a great job and praise them, and then call out those that aren’t doing their job.

        Conradson: Another thing you know from experience is how swampy our courts are in our criminal justice system. What’s it going to take to actually prosecute the people involved, the people responsible for this? Because we all know that the courts are geared against the people and for the government.

        Clements: Yeah, I say I think it is, we’ve got cancer that’s grown in the judiciary and the legislature in my profession so this isn’t just me calling out the politicians and the judges. But we have to remove that cancer, and I don’t know what else to tell you other than we have to have a very bright spotlight on Brnovich and hold his feet to the fire. Something should have been done a long time ago I think we had evidence to have indictments in December. So I know when I was a prosecutor, you’d act on things, you’d look at it, you look at the affidavits, you would look at the findings of the Giuliani in those public hearings that I think was eight hours in Arizona alone. And you start digging, and you can convene a grand jury and you can have criminal charges. You can investigate that. That should have happened. Also, the prescription is either people are acting in accordance with reality and it seems like the public is more aware than our politicians. And if they don’t act, then we have to figure out a mechanism to get rid of them.

        Michigan Attorney General candidate Matt DePerno also said that the real report was watered down to exclude decertification language.

        Deperno added a tweet claiming that Senate Attorney Kory Langhofer is suppressing this information from the public. He believes that the leaked report with decertification language, which the auditors say is fake, is, in fact, real.


    2. AG Merrick Garland Instructs FBI to Mobilize Against Parents Who Oppose CRT
      October 5, 2021
      The Biden Regime is targeting political opponents and using the might of the federal government to abolish the First Amendment by classifying dissent as “domestic terrorism.”

      US Attorney General Merrick Garland has instructed the FBI to mobilize against parents who oppose Critical Race Theory (CRT) and Covid mandates, citing ‘threats.’

      Merrick Garland’s letter to the FBI follows the National School Board Association’s request to classify protests as “domestic terrorism.”

      “Threats against public servants are not only illegal, they run counter to our nation’s core values,” wrote Attorney General Garland. “Those who dedicate their time and energy to ensuring that our children receive a proper education in a safe environment deserve to be able to do their work without fear for their safety.”
      Curiously, Garland’s letter didn’t actually specify any credible threats.

      “Citing an increase in harassment, intimidation and threats of violence against school board members, teachers and workers in our nation’s public schools, today Attorney General Merrick B. Garland directed the FBI and U.S. Attorneys’ Offices to meet in the next 30 days with federal, state, Tribal, territorial and local law enforcement leaders to discuss strategies for addressing this disturbing trend. These sessions will open dedicated lines of communication for threat reporting, assessment and response by law enforcement.” the DOJ’s press release read.

      The DOJ will be creating a task force “consisting of representatives from the department’s Criminal Division, National Security Division, Civil Rights Division, the Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys, the FBI, the Community Relations Service and the Office of Justice Programs, to determine how federal enforcement tools can be used to prosecute these crimes…”


    1. Aufheben or Aufhebung[1] is a German word with several seemingly contradictory meanings, including “to lift up”, “to abolish”, “cancel” or “suspend”, or “to sublate”.[2] The term has also been defined as “abolish”, “preserve”, and “transcend”. In philosophy, aufheben is used by Hegel in his exposition of dialectics, and in this sense is translated mainly as “sublate”.[1]

      1 Hegel
      2 Marx
      3 See also
      4 References


    2. The powers of financial capitalism had a far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent meetings and conferences.

      For the first time in its history, Western Civilization is in danger of being destroyed internally by a corrupt, criminal ruling cabal which is centered around the Rockefeller interests, which include elements from the Morgan, Brown, Rothschild, Du Pont, Harriman, Kuhn-Loeb, and other groupings as well. This junta took control of the political, financial, and cultural life of America in the first two decades of the twentieth century.

      The Council on Foreign Relations is the American branch of a society** which originated in England … [and] … believes national boundaries should be obliterated and one-world rule established.

      (**The Royal Institute of International Affairs, also known as Chatham House, is one of the world’s leading institutes for the analysis of international issues. Founded in 1920, the Institute works to stimulate debate and research on political, business, security and other key issues in the international arena.)

      There does exist and has existed for a generation, an international Anglophile network which operates, to some extent, in the way the radical Right believes the Communists act. In fact, this network, which we may identify as the Round Table groups, has no aversion to cooperating with the Communists, or any other groups, and frequently does so. I know of the operations of this network because I have studied it for 20 years and was permitted for two years, in the early 1960s, to examine its papers and secret record.
      –Carroll Quigley


      1. Pizzagate
        It all started in early November 2016, when Clinton campaign manager John Podesta’s email was hacked and the messages were published by Wikileaks. One of the emails, according to The New York Times, was between Podesta and James Alefantis, the owner of D.C. pizzeria Comet Ping Pong. The message discussed Alefantis hosting a possible fundraiser for Clinton.

        Users of the website 4Chan began speculating about the links between Comet Ping Pong and the Democratic Party, according to the BBC, with one particularly vile connection burbling to the surface: the pizzeria is the headquarters of a child trafficking ring led by Clinton and Podesta.

        Comet Ping Pong
        The 120-seat restaurant opened in D.C. in 2006 years ago and, according to The New York Times, is considered a kid-friendly place, with ping-pong tables and craft rooms. It’s also played host to concerts by local musicians, including the band Fugazi.

        Comet Ping Pong’s owner, James Alefantis, is an artist and D.C.-native who was a Clinton supporter but had never met her, according to the Times. Alefantis has prominent friends in the Democratic party. Tony Podesta, brother of John Podesta, frequents the restaurant.

        Alefantis was also in a relationship with David Brock, the founder of the website Media Matters for America. The Times described Brock as “a provocative former right-wing journalist who became an outspoken advocate for Mrs. Clinton.”

        Shortly after the incident at Comet Ping Pong, Michael Flynn, Jr., the son of Trump’s former national security advisor Ret. Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, tweeted his support of the conspiracy theory:

        The story Michael Jr. shared on Twitter suggests Welch’s actions were meant as a “false flag” and will now be leveraged to push for censorship of independent media, according to Politico.

        Michael Jr. isn’t just Flynn’s son, he was his chief of staff and, according to The Washington Post, his closest adviser. But he might be taking after his dad in spreading baseless rumors. The elder Flynn, who led chants of “lock her up” at the Republican National Convention, tweeted a link to a fake news story claiming police in New York had found a link between Clinton, her staff and the child-sex ring.

        Industrial-grade child abuse

        In July, a Reddit user sparked a viral conspiracy theory with a post about, of all things, cabinets being sold by the online furniture retailer Wayfair. The cabinets, which all cost more than $10,000, had been given female names as their product titles on the website. Soon, the theory that Wayfair was trafficking children disguised as furniture was spreading around the internet. Wayfair refuted it by explaining that the items earned their high prices because they are industrial-grade cabinets, and that an algorithm had named the products. Still, that didn’t stop believers from doing their signature deranged deep dive into attempting to connect the company to child abuse.

        And because Ellen DeGeneres has a partnership with Wayfair, Pizzagaters decided that she’s somehow in on the kid smuggling. Chrissy Teigen attracted the conspiracists’ attention after some of her old tweets surfaced, while Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel, who took breaks from their late night shows this summer, were interpreted by the Pizzagate-addled as attempting to dodge their involvement in the conspiracy.

        Cathy O’Brien is an American conspiracy theorist and author who claims to have been a victim of a government mind control program called Project Monarch, which she alleges was part of the CIA’s Project MKUltra. Wikipedia
        Born: December 4, 1957 (age 63 years), Muskegon, MI
        Spouse: Mark Phillips
        Mind Control: The Trance-formation Of America
        Explore the shocking story of trauma and sexual abuse used on two innocent American victims as highly effective mind control techniques.

        Powerful factions have viciously exploited these methods for thousands of years as forms of interrogation and torture.

        Mark Phillips and Cathy O’Brien tell their story of being part of a sexual and trauma based mind control program. As a child, Cathy O’Brien was raised in an abusive family and was used in covert government programs as a drug trafficker and sex slave.

        Mark Phillips, who used to work for various government agencies, including the CIA as a mind control programmer, helped to free Cathy and her daughter Kelly from their abusers. After fleeing to Alaska, they began the long process of deprogramming while Mark learned more about the abuse she and her daughter had endured for years.

        Featuring exclusive interviews with Mark Phillips and Cathy O’Brien from their home in Alabama, The Trace-Formation of America tells a fascinating story of the power of trauma and sexual abuse to control the human mind.



    3. CRT Is Doing to America’s Culture What Marxism Did to Venezuela’s Economy

      If you follow the news, popular culture or even the president of the United States, you might believe that America is “systemically” racist.

      All of us, we are told, encounter racism daily, as victims or as beneficiaries of a racist system. Racism is why you are forced to sit in traffic. Racism is why you were denied a home loan.

      The last time you last walked into a store alongside someone of a different race, racism is why you were greeted first. Or second. Either way, racism. That white stranger who rolled her eyes at you when you motioned for her to move out of your way? Racism.

      People who see racism everywhere miss that racist attitudes are at an all-time low and that Americans are among the least racist people on earth. They focus instead on racial disparities as though disparate outcomes imply disparate treatment. They do not.

      Consider income. Some groups earn more than others, on average. Does this suggest “systemic” discrimination? Not necessarily. As Thomas Sowell has demonstrated, some groups are older than others, on average, and earnings typically increase with age. Why should we expect Japanese (median age over 40) and Mexican (median age under 30) Americans to have similar incomes? Where does racism enter this picture?

      The white-black median age gap is smaller (44 vs. 35) but hardly trivial. At 58, the most common (modal) age for white Americans coincides with the age of peak lifetime earnings. At 27, the most common age for black Americans is far from it. It can be added that 18 groups earn more than white people, on average, including Nigerian-Americans.

      None of this is to deny the contemporary relevance of past oppression. Moreover, present-day discrimination could contribute to the racial income gap. But the gap itself provides no evidence of this.

      How about systemic racism in the criminal justice system? Black people are 2.5 times more likely than white people to be killed by the police and are 5 times more likely to be incarcerated. This gap is troubling, but is it caused by racism?

      Consider that black people are disproportionately more likely than white people to commit “serious nonfatal violent crimes” and homicide. The claim that disparities are evidence of systemic racism doesn’t here work on its own terms.

      Black Lives Matter characterizes black communities as “overpoliced”; however, black people between the ages of 10 and 34 are 13 times more likely than white people to be murdered. Predictably, withdrawing police protection from black neighborhoods is killing black people. If defunding the police is “pro-black,” surely withdrawing American troops from Afghanistan was “pro-Afghan.”

      If black lives mattered more, the policing disparity would be larger.

      What about education; specifically, racial disparities in college admissions? Racial discrimination is widespread here, but it runs in the opposite direction. White people and Asians are overrepresented despite institutional discrimination (affirmative action) against them and in favor of other groups. Systemic racism claims again fall flat.

      Why then are such claims ubiquitous? Clearly, part of the answer is that the disparate outcomes claim seems intuitive. Part of the answer is that, historically, racism was institutional in American society and its effects remain despite our best efforts.

      In this context, it is more socially acceptable to attribute disparities to “the system” than to suggest either that disparities aren’t what they appear to be or that they have behavioral causes (“victim-blaming”). The systemic racism charge also deflects attention from policy failures and from questions like, “Who governs all of these impoverished and crime-ridden places?”

      It is striking that each of these answers could have been given 20 years ago, yet the systemic racism indictment has only now become widespread. To understand why, we turn to critical race theory, a radical ideology that recently spread from the academy to the major institutions of American society.

      As Carol Swain and I discuss in our new book, “Black Eye for America: How Critical Race Theory Is Burning Down the House,” CRT constructs an all-encompassing narrative of racial oppression.

      It borrows from Marxism a vision of society defined by group dominance but with racial groups now substituting for economic classes. CRT casts racial oppression as defining the American system and so demands revolutionary action to overthrow that system. To view racial disparities through this distorted lens is to see racism literally everywhere.

      CRT in practice — as implemented in K-12 schools and in workplace diversity training — demeans designated “oppressor” and “oppressed” groups alike. White people are harassed and compelled to admit culpability for crimes they never committed. Black people and other minorities are infantilized (e.g., “math is racist” and hard work is a “white value”) and encouraged to resent their country and countrymen.

      If American race relations are bleak, it is because the Marxist paradigm is doing for American society, culture and politics what it did for Venezuela’s economy.

      But all is not lost. We can reforge our fractured nation if patriots have the courage to speak the truth in defense of American principles. And the truth is this: America is not systemically racist. Racism was never a founding value of our republic. It was always antithetical to our purpose and creed, and it remains so today.

      We must be willing to challenge faulty reasoning and poisonous narratives regardless of the consequences. I won’t trivialize the costs of being “canceled” by the woke mob and its corporate allies except to say that past generations of Americans endured worse to defend our country. This is the challenge of our time, and we must rise to it.


  2. praxis

    noun FORMAL
    practice, as distinguished from theory.
    “the gap between theory and praxis, text and world”
    accepted practice or custom.
    “patterns of Christian praxis in church and society”


  3. The Deep State Goes Shallow 2.0

    A Reality-TV Coup d’état in Prime Time

    Edward Curtin | Oct 20, 2019

    This article was first published on February 21, 2017, one month after Donald Trump was sworn in as president, more than two-and-a half years ago. What was true then is even truer now, and so I am reprinting it with this brief introduction since I think it describes what is happening in plain sight today.

    Now that years of Russia-gate accusations have finally fallen apart, those forces intent on driving Trump from office have had to find another pretext. Now it is Ukraine-gate, an issue similar in many ways to Russia-gate in that both were set into motion by the same forces aligned with the Democratic Party and the CIA-led Obama administration.

    It was the Obama administration who engineered the 2014 right-wing, Neo-Nazi coup in Ukraine as part of its agenda to undermine Russia. A neo-liberal/neo-conservative agenda. This is, or should be, common knowledge. Obama put it in his typically slick way in a 2015 interview with CNN’s Fareed Zakiria, saying that the United States “had brokered a deal to transition power in Ukraine.”

    This is Orwellian language at its finest, from a warmonger who received the Nobel Prize for Peace while declaring he was in support of war. That the forces that have initiated a new and highly dangerous Cold War, a nuclear confrontation with Russia, demonized Vladimir Putin, and have overthrown the elected leader of a country allied with Russia on its western border, dares from the day he was elected in 2016 to remove its own president in the most obvious ways imaginable seems like bad fiction. But it is fact, and the fact that so many Americans approve of it is even more fantastic.

    Over the past few years the public has heard even more about the so-called “deep state,” only to see its methods of propaganda become even more perversely cynical in their shallowness.

    No one needs to support the vile Trump to understand that the United States is undergoing a fundamental shift wherein tens of millions of Americans who say they believe in democracy support the activities of gangsters who operate out in the open with their efforts to oust an elected president.

    We have crossed the Rubicon and there will be no going back.



    1. “Obama-era science policy as part of a technocratic overhaul of the US government in conformity with the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset agenda. Using the vast power of the Emergency Authorization Act to bypass the FDA and steamroll gene therapy technologies passing themselves off as “vaccines”, a new social experiment has begun.

      CRISPR technology is already being hailed as a key to solving the new mutating strains of COVID-19 and is being used as a “vaccine” for certain tropical diseases as of this writing. The obvious connection between eugenics organizations of yesterday and the rise of modern mRNA operations associated with GAVI and Oxford’s Astra Zeneca unveiled by investigative journalist Whitney Webb earlier this year should be kept firmly in mind.

      Will this technology be used by modern-day heirs of Nazi-sponsoring eugenicists in an effort to pick up where Dr. Mengele left off OR will we see this biotechnology serve the interests of humanity under a multipolar paradigm that cherishes national sovereignty, human life, family, and faith?

      Future installments in this series will explore the eugenic roots of Transhumanism, Artificial Intelligence, and the Great Reset. We will also tackle the Frankfurt School, the rise of Wiener’s Cybernetics and the program outlined by Bertrand Russell and David Hilbert in 1900 to stuff the entire universe into a stagnant dead cage.”

      –Matthew J.L. Ehret



      1. Lander announced the success of the unveiling of the fully sequenced human genome in 2003 saying:

        The Human Genome Project represents one of the remarkable achievements in the history of science. Its culmination this month signals the beginning of a new era in biomedical research. Biology is being transformed into an information science”.

        Commenting on the potential for steering human evolution made possible by Lander’s Human Genome Project and the new developments in mRNA CRISPR technology then unfolding, Sir Richard Dawkins wrote in 2006:

        IN THE 1920s and 1930s, scientists from both the political left and right would not have found the idea of designer babies particularly dangerous – though of course they would not have used that phrase. Today, I suspect that the idea is too dangerous for comfortable discussion, and my conjecture is that Adolf Hitler is responsible for the change… I wonder whether, some 60 years after Hitler’s death, we might at least venture to ask what the moral difference is between breeding for musical ability and forcing a child to take music lessons. Or why it is acceptable to train fast runners and high jumpers but not to breed them. I can think of some answers, and they are good ones, which would probably end up persuading me. But hasn’t the time come when we should stop being frightened even to put the question?”

        It wasn’t long before Holdren found himself enjoying greater power than he had ever imagined as science czar and architect of Obama’s “evidence-based” program of governance which involved maximizing funding for green tech to decarbonize humanity under new systems of global governance. Lander worked closely with Holdren as the co-chair of Obama’s science council and also with Whitehead Institute President David Baltimore on the creation of the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard.

        Together Lander and Baltimore oversaw a major 2015 conference on the “new era of biomedical research” that unveiled a new gene modification technology known as CRISPR involving the use of enzymes and RNA found in ecoli which were discovered to have the ability to target DNA sequences and induce various mutations. While it is obvious that this powerful technology offers potential good to humanity as a tool to eliminate hereditary diseases in humans and in crops, CRISPR’s incredible power to fundamentally alter human DNA forever can do unimaginable harm if put into the wrong hands.



    2. During the early period of the Cold War, the CIA became convinced that communists had discovered a drug or technique that would allow them to control human minds. In response, the CIA began its own secret program, called MK-ULTRA, to search for a mind control drug that could be weaponized against enemies.

      MK-ULTRA, which operated from the 1950s until the early ’60s, was created and run by a chemist named Sidney Gottlieb. Journalist Stephen Kinzer, who spent several years investigating the program, calls the operation the “most sustained search in history for techniques of mind control.”

      Some of Gottlieb’s experiments were covertly funded at universities and research centers, Kinzer says, while others were conducted in American prisons and in detention centers in Japan, Germany and the Philippines. Many of his unwitting subjects endured psychological torture ranging from electroshock to high doses of LSD, according to Kinzer’s research.

      “Gottlieb wanted to create a way to seize control of people’s minds, and he realized it was a two-part process,” Kinzer says. “First, you had to blast away the existing mind. Second, you had to find a way to insert a new mind into that resulting void. We didn’t get too far on number two, but he did a lot of work on number one.”

      Found In The Archives: Military LSD Testing
      Kinzer notes that the top-secret nature of Gottlieb’s work makes it impossible to measure the human cost of his experiments. “We don’t know how many people died, but a number did, and many lives were permanently destroyed,” he says.

      Ultimately, Gottlieb concluded that mind control was not possible. After MK-ULTRA shut down, he went on to lead a CIA program that created poisons and high-tech gadgets for spies to use.

      On how Gottlieb destroyed evidence about his experiments when he left the CIA

      The end of Gottlieb’s career came in [1973], when his patron, Richard Helms, who was then director of the CIA, was removed by [President Richard] Nixon. Once Helms was gone, it was just a matter of time until Gottlieb would be gone, and most important was that Helms was really the only person at the CIA who had an idea of what Gottlieb had been doing. So as they were both on their way out of the CIA, they agreed that they should destroy all records of MK-ULTRA. Gottlieb actually drove out to the CIA records center and ordered the archives to destroy boxes full of MK-ULTRA records. … However, it turns out that there were some [records] found in other places; there was a depot for expense account reports that had not been destroyed, and various other pieces of paper remain. So there is enough out there to reconstruct some of what he did, but his effort to wipe away his traces by destroying all those documents in the early ’70s was quite successful.

      Kinzer writes about Gottlieb and MK-ULTRA in his new book, Poisoner in Chief.


  4. The True Story of MK-Ultra and the CIA Mad Scientist
    n November 28, 1953, Frank Olson, a scientist researching biological warfare for the US army, fell to his death from the tenth floor of the Manhattan Statler hotel. Did he jump or was he pushed? Nine days before his death, Olson — who talked about leaving his job and told his wife he had made “a terrible mistake” — had been secretly dosed with LSD by a CIA operative.

    Over twenty years later, US president Gerald Ford personally met with Olson’s family to offer his apologies. Olson’s sons are convinced that their father’s death was not the result of a nervous breakdown, possibly triggered by the secret dosage of LSD; rather, they believe that he was murdered to prevent him from exposing secrets.

    The story of Frank Olson inspired a Netflix TV series by Errol Morris but his death is still surrounded by mysteries. Olson’s work had brought him into contact with the man who would secretly drug him: Sidney Gottlieb, head of one of the most infamous projects in CIA history, MK-Ultra.

    In Poisoner in Chief: Sidney Gottlieb and the CIA Search for Mind Control, Stephen Kinzer tells the incredible story of a man who saw himself as a noble patriot and an explorer, while destroying people in the United States and abroad.

    inzer describes how, in the context of the Cold War, US officials concluded that such research had produced knowledge that might “prove decisive in a future war.” Rather than winding down after the war, the US biological and chemical research project grew. US officials fixated on the notion that the Soviets were ahead of the United States in developing new forms of warfare.

    This justified experiments on US citizens as well. In 1950, scientists carried out a large test in which supposedly harmless but traceable germs would be released into a US city. They chose San Francisco, reasoning that its chronic fog would disguise germ clouds. During Operation Sea Spray, a Navy ship sprayed a bacteria into the air for six days along the coast of San Francisco. In the days that followed, eleven people checked into hospitals, and one person died.

    Although it hadn’t proved to be as harmless as they anticipated, the researchers deemed the experiment a success. It proved to their satisfaction that “effective dosages can be produced over relatively large areas.”

    Gottlieb’s own interest was different, however. Instead of looking for ways to poison large groups, he was fascinated by the idea that chemicals could be used to control a person’s mind. In secret prisons across Europe and Asia, prisoners were subjected to attempts at “brainwashing.” Kinzer cites one study:

    In 1951 a team of CIA scientists led by Dr. Gottlieb flew to Tokyo … four Japanese suspected of working for the Russians were secretly brought to a location where the CIA doctors injected them with a variety of depressants and stimulants … under relentless questioning, they confessed to working for the Russians. They were taken out into Tokyo Bay, shot and dumped overboard.

    In the following years, one drug became central to Gottlieb’s work: LSD. Originally synthesized in 1938, its hallucinogenic properties first became apparent to scientists in the forties. Gottlieb was convinced that LSD could be used to manipulate individuals, to make captured spies confess their secrets, and even to rewrite their personalities.

    Gottlieb was not alone in thinking this. During the war in Korea, US establishment circles were shocked by instances of US soldiers going over to the North Korean side and denouncing US war crimes. The only possible explanation, US intelligence concluded, was that Communists had perfected brainwashing techniques. The 1962 movie The Manchurian Candidate popularized this idea further with its story of a Communist plot and a brainwashed US soldier.

    Human Guinea Pigs
    s with their fixation on supposed Soviet advances in bacteriological and chemical warfare, the fear of Communist brainwashing skills in US intelligence circles drove them to break their own laws. The CIA needed human guinea pigs, but Korean prisoners of war and suspected Communist spies provided only a limited supply. Gottlieb proved resourceful in finding new victims.

    Soon after launching the program that would become infamous as MK-Ultra, Gottlieb came into contact with Harris Isbell, director of research at the Addiction Research Center in Lexington, Kentucky. Officially a hospital for people with drug addictions, this center lay under the joint authority of the Bureau of Prisons and the Public Health Service, and “functioned more like a prison.” Most of its inmates were extremely marginalized, powerless African Americans. That made them perfect test subjects. As Kinzer writes:

    The CIA needed a place to test dangerous and possibly addictive drugs: Isbell had a large number of drug-users in no position to complain. From the early 1950s onward, the Agency shipped LSD, with any number of other potentially dangerous narcotics, to Kentucky to be tested on human guinea pigs.

    This was only the beginning. Not satisfied with the Kentucky research, MK-Ultra branched further out. In the mid-fifties, CIA operatives took note of the work of Ewen Cameron, president of the American Psychological Association and the Canadian Psychiatric Association.




      The Roots of the Great Reset Agenda.


      According to such Great Reset luminaries as Bill Gates, Prince Charles, Michael Bloomberg, Mark Carney, and the World Economic Forum’s Klaus Schwab, humanity is expected to solve the dual threat of COVID and global warming in one revolutionary sweeping reform.

      by Matthew J.L. Ehret

      We plebeians have been told that all we have to do to restart the economy is rewire everything about our behaviour, value, finance, and ethics in order to decarbonize civilization under a new world regime of central bankers and new green digital currencies as outlined by the World Economic Forum’s Green Horizon Summit from Nov 9-10, 2020. It was at this event that keynote speaker Mark Carney announced that the total net zero transition represents “the greatest commercial opportunity of our time.”

      Under this global reform, we are told that the financial system must be re-wired to fund windmill farms, biofuels and solar panels using green bonds, green finance indices, and green digital currencies. The fact that these energy sources not only raise the costs of electricity while abysmally reducing the powers of production of nations does not seem to bother any of these apparent WEF alphas of capitalism extolling the virtues of our green post COVID order.

      And so, a question must be asked: IF money drives capitalism, why have trillions been spent over the past decades to fund “green” activities which inherently undermine the basis of capital creation (ie: infrastructure and industrial production)? Why has the “capitalist west” destroyed itself undermined itself over decades? And why would those managing the unipolar order wish to accelerate that self-destruction on turbo drive under a Great Reset? Is it folly or something more insidious?

      In a 1992 essay entitled From Stockholm to Rio: A Journey Down a Generation, published by the UN Conference on Environment and Development, Strong wrote:

      “The concept of national sovereignty has been an immutable, indeed sacred, principle of international relations. It is a principle which will yield only slowly and reluctantly to the new imperatives of global environmental cooperation. What is needed is recognition of the reality that in so many fields, and this is particularly true of environmental issues, it is simply not feasible for sovereignty to be exercised unilaterally by individual nation-states, however powerful. The global community must be assured of environmental security.”

      Two years earlier, Strong gave an interview wherein he described a “fiction book” he was fantasizing about writing which he described in the following manner:

      “What if a small group of world leaders were to conclude that the principal risk to the Earth comes from the actions of the rich countries? And if the world is to survive, those rich countries would have to sign an agreement reducing their impact on the environment. Will they do it? The group’s conclusion is ‘no’. The rich countries won’t do it. They won’t change. So, in order to save the planet, the group decides: Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about?”


  5. Winning the Cold Civil War
    The threat from the illiberal left grows. How should we fight it?
    Tom Klingenstein

    This is a war not over the size of government or taxes, but over the American way of life. The war is between those who salute the flag and those who take a knee. Those who believe that America is built on freedom, and those who believe America is built on racism. Those who are convinced that America is good, and those who are convinced America is bad. These differences are too large to bridge. This is what makes it a war. In this case, a Cold Civil War.

    Winning a war requires two fundamental understandings. First, you must understand that you are, in fact, in a war. Wartime requires very different rhetoric, strategy, and people than peacetime. Trump is a wartime leader. Second, you must understand your enemy, what it wants, and how it goes about getting what it wants. What our enemy wants is the destruction of the American way of life. It goes about it by trying to force everyone to say “America is systemically racist.” If it can convince us of this falsehood, it will be well on its way to overturning the American way of life. Every time Joe Biden accuses America of being systemically racist, he is, though he doesn’t know it, calling for the overthrow of the American way of life.

    In a war, you must play to win. But you cannot win against an enemy that has no name or has many names, “identity politics,” “multiculturalism,” “anti-racism,” “wokeism,” and more. My entry for a name is “Woke Communism,” “Woke Comm” for short. Whatever the name, I think it should communicate totalitarianism because this is what the enemy seeks to impose.

    In a traditional totalitarian regime, the government uses arbitrary violence to control every aspect of public and private life, all the way down to little league. In America, the government does not control everything, but today, through the power of the purse and the courts, the government influences a lot. And where the government leaves off, the cultural-business complex takes over.

    Education, corporate media, entertainment, big business, especially big tech, are to varying degrees aligned with the Democratic Party, which is now controlled by the Woke Comms. These institutions together with the government function as a totalitarian regime, crafting narratives that advance their agenda and suppressing those that do not. Instead of violence, there is canceling. This may not look like a totalitarian regime, but it acts like one. Last summer’s riots are a case in point. Woke Comm agitators sparked the flame that lit the riots. Their intellectual leaders justified the riots; their corporate donors gave billions to the Black Lives Matter network; their media looked the other way; and their politicians, from Joe Biden on down, fanned the flames.

    What is Woke Communism?
    Like any regime, Woke Communism is built on a particular understanding of justice. For the Woke Comms justice is outcome equality. That is, all identity groups should be proportionately represented in all aspects of American life. So for example, the Woke Communists believe that blacks, who count for about 13% of the population, should have 13% of the nation’s chief executive officers, prisoners, heart attacks, wealth, top test scores, homes, corporate board seats, school suspensions, and everything else you can think of.

    Equal everything is what Woke Comms call social justice. Any disparities, say the Woke Comms, are due to racism and nothing else. If, as the Woke Communists contend, racism has insinuated itself in every nook and cranny of the American way of life, then quite obviously, it is necessary to throw out that way of life. This is why there simply can be no peace between Woke Communism and America. In a free society like America there will always be group outcome differences, particularly between men and women. Eliminating such group outcome differences, as the Woke Comms aim to do, can only be achieved at the expense of freedom.


  6. Ep. 1604 A Shocking New Study About COVID Goes Viral®

    Biden Stands by Milley After Reports of Secret Phone Calls With Chinese General
    By Zachary Stieber September 15, 2021 Updated: September 15, 2021biggersmaller Print
    President Joe Biden is standing by Gen. Mark Milley, the top military officer in the United States, following reports that Milley secretly called a Chinese general during former President Donald Trump’s administration and promised to tip off the communist country regarding any potential U.S. attack.

    Several anonymously sourced reports alleged Milley called Gen. Li Zuocheng of the People’s Liberation Army once in 2020 and another time in January to assure him that the United States wouldn’t attack the Chinese Communist Party and if they were poised to attack, he would alert his counterpart.

    While Republicans described the actions of Milley as treasonous if they indeed took place, Biden is backing the Trump appointee.

    “I have great confidence in General Milley,” Biden told reporters in Washington on Sept. 15.

    His brief comment, which didn’t touch on the veracity of the allegations, came after White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters separately that the president was standing by the general even if the calls did happen.


      1. An Open Letter To Dr. Anthony Fauci
        “You are responsible for all government funded AIDS treatment research. In
        the name of right, you make decisions that cost the lives of others. I call
        the decisions you are making acts of murder.”
        Larry Kramer
        “An Open Letter to Dr. Anthony Fauci”
        San Francisco Examiner, June 26, 1988

        Anthony Fauci, you are a murderer and should not be the guest of honor at any
        event that reflects on the past decade of the AIDS crisis. Your refusal to
        hear the screams of AIDS activists early in the crisis resulted in the deaths
        of thousands of Queers. Your present inaction is causing today’s increase in
        HIV infection outside of the Queer community. We are outraged that Project
        Inform, an organization that supposedly works on behalf of the infected
        community, would insult us by bringing you to our city. You can’t hide the
        fact that you are nothing but a despicable Reagan-era holdover and drug
        company mouthpiece.

        With 270,000 dead from AIDS and millions more infected with HIV, you should
        not be honored at a dinner. You should be put before a firing squad.

        Clinical trials: government sanctioned mass murder of PWAs


  7. Questions That Must be Answered by the California Secretary of State Re Potential Election Fraud

    It was reported that California Republicans were having issues at the polling booths. Many were even told they had already voted even though they had not.

    Similar issues were discovered in the Maricopa County canvass, which found that ballots were cast for voters that did not vote (ghost votes), and many ballots were just not counted (lost votes).

    MAGA U.S. Senate Candidate Blake Masters in Arizona shared this finding from California to Twitter.

    Well what a surprise. All it takes to see how a mail-in voter voted in the CA recall is to shine a weak cellphone flashlight through the back of the envelope.

    We’ll probably find all of these Republican votes in trash cans over the coming weeks.

    California Man Finds Mail-In Ballots in Santa Monica Trash Cans

    The Democrats will not allow a free and fair recall, otherwise, Larry Elder would win.



  8. Matt Taibbi, Nadine Strossen, and Amna Khalid respond to ‘On the Media’ free speech critiques

    A few weeks ago, I wrote a piece on a remarkably one-sided On the Media segment about the evils of so-called “free speech absolutism.” Filled with advocates for speech restrictions, and lacking any voices defending traditional speech rights, the program’s goals seemed to range from reminding listeners that John Stuart Mill is not only old and dead but wrong, to redefining “harm” as the central issue in speech debates.

    By way of response, the Foundation of Individual Rights in Education, or FIRE, convened a panel for its “So To Speak” podcast that looked at On The Media’s arguments from the perspective of traditional speech advocacy.

    It was a terrific group that included Nadine Strossen, who for 17 years was the president of the ACLU, Carleton College History professor and host of the “Banished” podcast Amna Khalid, and FIRE’s own Nico Perrino, who produced and co-directed the excellent documentary Mighty Ira, which I reviewed earlier this year.

    Thanks to Nadine and Amna for a great discussion, and thanks especially to Nico for putting the segment together. I hope TK readers enjoy it.



  9. Sometimes words, or groups of words, found in the English language have many definitions or meanings. Within each meaning there may be different logical and Literal perceptions of the application of a given word. However, the words mind control usually conjure up a single response. This is most unfortunate due to the vast differences of perception contained within the reference.
    For example, if you have access to a late 1980s Random House or later Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary and reference mind control, you will notice there is a conspicuous absence of a listing. Should you go one step further and secure a college professor’s teaching copy of Oxford’s Companion
    To The Mind (Oxford Press 1987), you can reference practically anything concerning research of the mind without a reference to mind control. Perhaps you may now realize that through Random House, Webster and Oxford Press omissions, you are a victim of information control.

    Mind control is sometimes loosely defined as information control. This being one of many accepted ways to define the term should immediately raze questions of distrust towards your information sources. Since what we think is based on what we learn, manipulation of a mind, or a nation of minds, can be accomplished through control of information. With thought control being a result of information control, many avid researchers of mind sciences simply label it “soft” mind control.
    These days, we live in a world in which the continued existence of multinational businesses and governments depends upon instant communications. However, with consideration to the so-called problem of information overload, it would appear to most people that we hear and see enough to make rational decisions concerning our individual lives.
    Unfortunately, this is not true. What we don’t know, as evidenced by mind control atrocities, is quickly destroying society as we have known it
    The answer to this problem is glaringly apparent. We, as citizens of a supposedly free country, should not permit our government to restrict any information that protects criminal activity under the guise of National Security.

    Secret knowledge equals power, with the end result being control.

    Therefore, despite the deliberate efforts of those persons in control of national media information management (who are not media employees), results of secret mind-control projects gone awry have been leaking out for years through the media. People are literally waking up to the mind-control reality because there is an obvious lack of logical explanation for certain sensational news events. What really happened at Jim Jones’ Jonestown and with Sirhan Sirhan, John Hinkley, and Lee Harvey Oswald? And, more importantly, why did it happen? The simple common denominator existing among these persons has been publicly slated by the media, based on research of their medical histories is mind control.

    Trance Formation of America.pdf


    1. Trance Formation of America.
      This is the documented autobiography of a victim of government mind control. Cathy O’Brien is the only vocal and recovered survivor of the Central Intelligence Agency’s MK-Ultra Project Monarch mind control operation. …
      Originally published: 1995
      Author: Cathy O’Brien & Mark Phillips



  10. Comedian and “Saturday Night Live” alum Jim Breuer appeared on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Wednesday to discuss his headline-grabbing decision to not perform in venues that require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for entry — and following the interview, the left performed a predictable lockstep lunge, demonizing the comic with ad-hominem attacks.


  11. Pennsylvania Senators Launch 2020 Election Review
    September 16, 2021

    Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania are launching their review of the 2020 election by getting into the details of who actually voted.

    The state Senate inquiry, led by its GOP majority, wants to review every communication between state election officials and those in every county, according to Spotlight PA.

    Lawmakers also plan to subpoena data as of November showing the name, address and partial Social Security number of every registered voter. Overall, the subpoena lists 17 different types of information being sought.

    Breaking: Republican SPONSORED Mass Population Control Plan?
    The subpoena will also seek to learn how each voter actually voted last fall and in a May primary election, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer.

    “That’s where you get to the bottom of whether there was any fraud: Who showed up to vote, and were they properly registered to vote?” state Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman said.

    “You get a lot of allegations, and the only way you sort of find that out is if you actually look at it,” he said.

    Corman said the review is not a wild and crazy fishing expedition, but a serious investigation using data that has already been generated.

    “The governor made us spend tens of millions if not hundreds of millions on these new voting machines. They all have a paper trail. Well, what’s that paper trail for other than to review the last election, or the election process?” he said.

    Although the GOP-led review has been attacked by Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf as the harbinger of chaos, Corman said Republicans “want to be very careful about this process so that we don’t cause any undue consequences.”

    In the aftermath of last fall’s presidential election, the campaign of former President Donald Trump alleged, but could not prove in court, that President Joe Biden won the state only because of fraud. Although Trump has maintained that allegation long after the election, Corman sidestepped any connection between his efforts and Trump’s claims.

    “I have a lot of concerns about the performance of the Department of State during the election,” he said.

    “I think they weaponized the Department of State and it was the most partisan performance that I’ve ever seen,” he said. “Whether you can quantify that into 80,000 votes, I have no knowledge of that, and nor do I claim that.”

    “What I do claim is: The Department of State acted inappropriately, and we’re going to continue to work to make sure that never happens again,” he said.

    Corman said the state Senate will hire a contractor for the review.

    “I hope to have someone under contract in the very near future,” he said Tuesday.

    Although he said the GOP wants a firm with “investigative abilities” he said that experience auditing elections might not be a major factor.

    “I don’t know how much experience is out there for auditing elections, right?” he said. “I don’t know there’s a lot that has been done over time.”

    Although Pennsylvania legislators have been in contact with legislators in Arizona who were performing an election review, Corman said the process will be different.

    “I’m not looking to Arizona. If we learn some things after they’re completed, that might be helpful, we’ll certainly find out,” Corman said. “This is Pennsylvania-specific. And whether what we’re doing actually meets the legal term of ‘forensic’ or not, I’m not sure. But what we’re gonna do is do a thorough investigation, and go with credibility, so that people can have [faith] in the results.”

    Wolf spokesperson Lyndsay Kensinger said in an e-mail that administration officials “continue to strongly oppose any effort which would compromise the security and integrity of election materials and infrastructure, and undermine confidence in our elections by bringing an Arizona style circus to Pennsylvania.”


  12. I don’t believe what some people say; that we were born in sin.
    I love the world that God has made. I love my life, all of it, the agony and the ecstasy–the lessons I have learned. My life has for the most part been joyous and happy. I have achieved most of my goals, some more than I could ever have dreamed of.

    The way I see it, whatever happens from this point onward is bonus time to prepare for whatever comes next. And yes I believe something does come after this life.


  13. John Durham Grand Jury Indicts Lawyer Whose Firm Represented Democrats in 2016
    BY JACK PHILLIPS September 16, 2021

    Special prosecutor John Durham has charged Washington-based lawyer Michael Sussmann, who represented former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee, with lying to the FBI during Clinton’s 2016 campaign.

    Sussmann works for the high-powered law firm Perkins Coie—which has long done legal work for the Democratic Party and top Democrats, including filing election-related lawsuits.

    The lawyer was indicted (pdf) on a single felony count of making a false statement during a meeting with FBI General Counsel James Baker in September 2016. Prosecutors allege that Sussmann lied by denying he represented any client when he told the federal law enforcement agency about evidence that allegedly linked then-candidate Donald Trump’s Trump Tower to a bank in Russia.

    Sussmann met with Baker to hand over papers and data files containing evidence of the alleged link between the Trump Organization and the Russian bank, which wasn’t disclosed. Unconfirmed media reports have stated that it was Alfa Bank.

    The indictment is the second criminal case brought by Durham since he was named by former Attorney General William Barr in 2018 to investigate officials who investigated the Trump–Russia probe. Durham, a former U.S. attorney, was asked to stay as a special counsel and continue his investigation after President Joe Biden’s administration took office in January.

    Sussmann, the indictment alleges, didn’t turn over the information as a “good citizen,” but rather as an attorney representing Clinton, a technology executive, and an internet company.

    “Sussmann’s lie was material because, among other reasons, Sussmann’s false statement misled the FBI General Counsel and other FBI personnel concerning the political nature of his work and deprived the FBI of information that might have permitted it more fully to assess and uncover the origins of the relevant data and technical analysis,” the indictment reads.

    A report from The Epoch Times in 2019 found that Sussmann had provided the information to Baker and at least one journalist ahead of the FBI’s application for a FISA warrant to surveil former Trump campaign aide Carter Page. Perkins Coie, on behalf of the Democratic National Committee, also hired Fusion GPS, which in turn hired Christopher Steele to produce the dossier that contained since-discredited claims against the former president.

    About a month later, The New York Times and other large news outlets reported on the FBI investigation into the alleged Alfa Bank–Trump Organization connection. The FBI said it looked into the matter, but found no connections.

    Trump and other former administration officials have long described the FBI investigation into his campaign as a witch hunt designed to politically wound his reelection chances.

    Lawyers for Sussman, a former federal prosecutor, said on Sept. 16 that their client never made false statements to the FBI and that there’s no evidence that the alleged falsehood affected the agency’s work.

    “Mr. Sussmann has committed no crime,” they said in a statement, according to The Associated Press. “Any prosecution here would be baseless, unprecedented, and an unwarranted deviation from the apolitical and principled way in which the Department of Justice is supposed to do its work.”

    In 2017, Sussmann was asked by congressional investigators about his interview with Baker and testified that he passed along information on behalf of his client.

    When trying to access Sussmann’s page on Perkins Coie’s website, a “page not found” message was displayed.

    Representatives for Perkins Coie and Sussmann’s lawyers didn’t respond to requests for comment by press time.


  14. This much has been crystal clear since 2005, by these admissions from NIST:

    “Objective 1. Determine why and how WTC 1 and WTC 2 collapsed following the initial impacts of the aircraft (p xxxvii/39)”

    The extent of NIST’s explanation for the totality of the collapses and their many demolition-like features is simply that the total collapse was “inevitable” once a collapse event was “initiated”. A footnote in the Executive Summary reads:

    The focus of the Investigation was on the sequence of events from the instant of aircraft impact to the initiation of collapse for each tower. For brevity in this report, this sequence is referred to as the “probable collapse sequence,” although it includes little analysis of the structural behavior of the tower after the conditions for collapse initiation were reached and collapse became inevitable. (p xxxvii/39)

    The footnote is a re-worded version of a paragraph in the text of the Report’s Draft, which read:

    “… although it does not actually include the structural behavior of the tower after the conditions for collapse initiation were reached and collapse became inevitable. (p xxxvii/39 of Draft)”

    That adjustment reflects the addition of a half-page section entitled “Events Following Collapse Initiation,” that combines a vague rendition of the pile-driver theory with incomplete, circular, and straw-man arguments against the demolition hypothesis. The addition of this section does not change the fact that NIST did not attempt to model, or characterize the collapses in any meaningful way.

    For simplicity let us just put forward these two short items, directly from NIST itself:

    >“Objective 1. Determine why and how WTC 1 and WTC 2 collapsed following the initial impacts of the aircraft (p xxxvii/39)”

    >“… although it does not actually include the structural behavior of the tower after the conditions for collapse initiation were reached and collapse became inevitable. (p xxxvii/39 of Draft)”
    . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    It is clear to any sane individual that NIST did not fulfill Objective 1.

    Any claims that this was a full and complete scientific investigation are utterly without merit.
    To the contrary, NIST produced a pseudo-scientific fraud of criminal proportions, and those who propagate this fraud are complicit in this criminal enterprise.



  15. CDC
    Updated Infection – fatality Survival Rates for Covid 19

    Age Group
    0 -19 – 0.00003% infection rate – 99.99% survival rate

    20 to 49 – 0.0002% infection rate – 99.98% survival rate

    50 to 69 – 0.005% infection rate – 99.5% survival rate

    70+ 0.054% infection rate – 94.6% survival rate



  16. Glenn Beck WARNS: The economy is changing and ‘you are not going to recognize the American lifestyle’
    ‘This time, it’s going to take everything down’

    The fall of Lehman Brothers in 2008 marked the largest bankruptcy filing in U.S. history and economic collapse was felt throughout the world. But now China’s own version of Lehman Brothers, Evergrande, is teetering closer and closer to that edge, too. On the radio program Thursday, Glenn Beck gave the latest update and predicted how it will affect Asian markets and what it could mean for America’s economy.

    Glenn explained why he believes a major collapse that is happening now in China will have a cascading effect into a “controlled collapse,” a managed decline that will dramatically change America’s economy and the way we all live.

    “You will not recognize your lifestyle. Hear me,” Glenn warned. “And that’s not a right-left thing. That’s a right-wrong thing. We’re on the wrong track. I’m telling you now, there’s new information and you are not going to recognize the American lifestyle. … It could happen tomorrow. It could happen in five years from now, but it will happen. We are headed for a very different country. One where you don’t have the rights that you have. And you certainly don’t have the economic privileges that Americans are used to.”

    Don’t miss out on content from Dave Rubin free of big tech censorship. Listen to The Rubin Report now.
    “The same thing that happened in 2008 is now happening in China,” Glenn continued. “This time, it’s going to take everything down. When it collapses, it will take everything down.”

    Related articles around the web
    China’s Nightmare Evergrande Scenario Is an Uncontrolled Crash … ›
    Analysis: China’s house of cards: Evergrande threatens wider real … ›
    Evergrande: Why the Chinese property giant is close to collapse … ›



      1. Musion Eyeliner


        The Musion Eyeliner is a proprietary high definition video projection system that allows moving images to appear within a live stage setting. The system is patented. The Musion eyeliner was invented by Uwe Maass the owner of the original patent. [1]

        Thin metalized film is placed across the front of the stage at an angle of 45 degrees towards the audience; recessed below the screen is a bright image supplied by an LED screen or powerful projector. When viewed from the audience’s perspective, the reflected images appear to be on the stage.

        Because the system uses a thin film as its reflective surface, the screen is relatively low-cost and light-weight, and can cover a large area without seams (thus helping maintain the illusion); however, this lightness can make the screen vibrate due to atmospheric effects such as wind, when outdoors; or powerful sound systems, when indoors.

        The system is intended to “create the illusion of life-size, full colour, 3D moving images”.[2] It consists of a flat, two-dimensional image that produces the illusion of being three-dimensional and suspended in free space.[2] It does not, for instance, recreate stereoscopy as most 3D displays do, nor is it a hologram.

        Aspects of the technology are currently the subject of a US patent application.[3]

        Musion Intellectual Property is the patent owner.


        It is called “3D Holographic Projection” However it has nothing to do with holography, as the description of the Musion product explains It is actually nothing but a very refined version of Peppers Ghost.
        Musion Eyeliner


        The Musion Eyeliner is a proprietary high definition video projection system that allows moving images to appear within a live stage setting. The system is patented. The Musion eyeliner was invented by Uwe Maass the owner of the original patent. [1]

        Thin metalized film is placed across the front of the stage at an angle of 45 degrees towards the audience; recessed below the screen is a bright image supplied by an LED screen or powerful projector. When viewed from the audience’s perspective, the reflected images appear to be on the stage.

        Because the system uses a thin film as its reflective surface, the screen is relatively low-cost and light-weight, and can cover a large area without seams (thus helping maintain the illusion); however, this lightness can make the screen vibrate due to atmospheric effects such as wind, when outdoors; or powerful sound systems, when indoors.

        The system is intended to “create the illusion of life-size, full colour, 3D moving images”.[2] It consists of a flat, two-dimensional image that produces the illusion of being three-dimensional and suspended in free space.[2] It does not, for instance, recreate stereoscopy as most 3D displays do, nor is it a hologram.

        Aspects of the technology are currently the subject of a US patent application.[3]

        Musion Intellectual Property is the patent owner.


        It is called “3D Holographic Projection” However it has nothing to do with holography, as the description of the Musion product explains It is actually nothing but a very refined version of Peppers Ghost.


    1. Flight Termination System (FTS)
      Developed by SPC International (System Planning Coorporation).
      Former Vice President was Dr. Zakheim.
      System Planning Corporation developed the Flight Termination System (FTS), a safety and test
      system for remote control and flight termination of airborne test vehicles.
      Doc Zakhaim became later member of the Bush Administration.


  17. *The ÜberLiberal Neo-Marxist Ministry of Truth is Totalitarian*

    Democrats Call for Amazon to Ban Books Promoting “COVID-19 Misinformation”

    The hallmark of a free society is that members of that society are allowed to hold and disseminate views contrary to those propagated by the government. Sadly, some Democrat lawmakers seem hell-bent on changing this.

    In a recent letter to Amazon, Sen. Elizabeth Warren has complained about the online platform’s “unwillingness” to “modify its business practices to prevent the spread of falsehoods or the sale of inappropriate products”, as if the tech giant was supposed to be the nation’s nanny. Rep. Adam Schiff is likewise demanding that Amazon take “immediate action” against materials promoting “vaccine misinformation” while also demanding that Amazon and Facebook give the government information about their content removal practices and policies in order to “prevent the spread of misinformation”.

    Even more chilling than the fact that Democrats think they should tell private companies what they can and can’t sell is the fact that this demand is clearly a precursor to government censorship. In his letter to Amazon and Facebook, Rep. Schiff indicated that the government should have access to these companies’ content moderation policies in order to “identify potential needs for Federal regulation.”

    The form of regulation being sought is no secret. The Democrats want to narrow Section 230 protections so that only companies using “best practices” are covered by the law that is typically referred to as the Internet’s “First Amendment.” Without Section 230 protections, companies could be sued for third-party postings.

    For instance, a person who feels a particular book on Amazon offered bad health, financial, or parenting advice could sue Amazon for allowing the book to be sold on its platform. Facebook could be sued if “hate speech” was posted on its site, and the definition of “hate speech” is pretty broad these days.

    In fact, anyone who says anything derogatory about homosexuality, critical race theory, the dangers of transgenderism, or abortion is typically considered guilty of “hate speech” by the far left. Democrat Senator and former presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar has already introduced legislation that would eliminate Section 230 protections for social media platforms that allow “health misinformation” to be posted on their sites.

    Conservative pundits warned in the early days of COVID-19 that the pandemic would be used by liberal politicians to strip Americans of their basic rights, and that the lockdowns were just the beginning. Sadly, they are being proven right as Democrats do everything in their power to force people to conform to their agenda.

    Mandatory mask-wearing has now turned into mandatory vaccinations. The call to eliminate “hate speech” has now extended to eliminating any health-related information.

    Given the trend, it’s safe to say that Democrat lawmakers won’t stop even if they manage to get “health misinformation” removed from the public sphere. The target will change, and more rights will be stripped away.


    1. Since Biden entered office, more than 1.2 million migrants have illegally entered the U.S. In August, Border Patrol agents encountered 208,887 migrants, down only slightly from July’s number of 213,534 migrant encounters.


  18. Kash Patel: Durham Indictment Of Clinton Campaign Lawyer Points To ‘Conspiracy’ On Trump-Russia claims

    Former Department of Justice Chief of Staff Kash Patel has a major theory following the recent news from Special Counsel John Durham’s probe.

    During an interview on “America’s Newsroom,” Patel spoke about Durham’s probe into the handling of the Trump-Russia investigation and whether Hillary Clinton’s campaign had any involvement in pushing false information to harm Trump and his campaign.

    Patel said Durham’s probe into the Clinton campaign is developing a “very well laid-out conspiracy charge” against those involved.

    “I was the lead investigator for [House Homeland Security Committee] Chairman Devin Nunes, driving the Russia investigation on Capitol Hill and I was actually the staffer that took the deposition that cited Durham’s indictment, so, I’m intimately familiar with this,” Patel said.

    “[Michael] Sussman is the centerpiece for these allegations because he ties the Hillary Clinton campaign to Fusion GPS to Christopher Steele to the Department of Justice and the false information they fed to the FBI and DOJ to spy on the presidential campaign,” he added.

    “It’s exactly the heart of the matter being a former federal prosecutor. It’s a 27-page indictment for a lying count that you normally have about five pages to discuss. It is a very well laid-out conspiracy charge that outlines other figures involved that I just mentioned,” Patel continued.

    Durham has indicted a prominent lawyer who worked for the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.

    Michael Sussmann was indicted for allegedly lying to FBI lawyer James Baker during a 2016 meeting about who he was representing when he gave information about Donald Trump and Russia to the bureau.

    “Michael Sussmann, a partner with Perkins Coie who also represented the Democratic National Committee in connection with Russia’s hack of the organization, is accused of making false statements during a Sept. 19, 2016 meeting with former FBI General Counsel James Baker,” Reuters reported. “This marks the second criminal case Durham has filed so far since former Attorney General William Barr tapped him in 2019 to investigate U.S. officials who probed the Trump-Russia contacts.”

    At this meeting, Sussman reportedly relayed to the FBI the discredited theory that the Trump Organization was communicating with Alfa Bank.

    “Any indictment of the lawyer — Michael Sussmann, a former federal prosecutor and now a partner at the Perkins Coie law firm, and who represented the Democratic National Committee on issues related to Russia’s 2016 hacking of its servers — is likely to attract significant political attention, the New York Times reported.

    The NYT states: “Mr. Baker, the former F.B.I. lawyer, is said to have told investigators that he recalled Mr. Sussmann saying that he was not meeting him on behalf of any client.”

    Sussman told a different story with his testimony to Congress and his own billing records.

    Sussman’s lawyers have even acknowledged “they expected him to be indicted.”

    Back in 2020, Durham impaneled a grand jury relating to the false Alfa Bank/Trump Organization story.



    1. Biden Security Adviser Jake Sullivan Tied to Alleged 2016 Clinton Scheme to Co-Opt the CIA and FBI to Tar Trump

      By Paul Sperry, RealClearInvestigations

      September 23, 2021

      White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan figures prominently in a grand jury investigation run by Special Counsel John Durham into an alleged 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign scheme to use both the FBI and CIA to tar Donald Trump as a colluder with Russia, according to people familiar with the criminal probe, which they say has broadened into a conspiracy case.

      Sullivan is facing scrutiny, sources say, over potentially false statements he made about his involvement in the effort, which continued after the election and into 2017. As a senior foreign policy adviser to Clinton, Sullivan spearheaded what was known inside her campaign as a “confidential project” to link Trump to the Kremlin through dubious email-server records provided to the agencies, said the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

      Last week, Michael A. Sussmann, a partner in Perkins Coie, a law firm representing the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee, was indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of making false statements to the FBI about his clients and their motives behind planting the rumor, at the highest levels of the FBI, of a secret Trump-Russia server. After a months-long investigation, the FBI found no merit to the rumor.

      The grand jury indicated in its lengthy indictment that several people were involved in the alleged conspiracy to mislead the FBI and trigger an investigation of the Republican presidential candidate — including Sullivan, who was described by his campaign position but not identified by name.

      The Clinton campaign project, these sources say, also involved compiling a “digital dossier” on several Trump campaign officials – including Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, Paul Manafort, George Papadopoulos, and Carter Page. This effort exploited highly sensitive, nonpublic Internet data related to their personal email communications and web-browsing, known as Internet Protocol, or IP, addresses.

      Alleged targets: Michael Flynn, Paul Manafort, George Papadopoulos, Carter Page.

      To mine the data, the Clinton campaign enlisted a team of Beltway computer contractors as well as university researchers with security clearance who often collaborate with the FBI and the intelligence community. They worked from a five-page campaign document called the “Trump Associates List.”

      The tech group also pulled logs purportedly from servers for a Russian bank and Trump Tower, and the campaign provided the data to the FBI on two thumb drives, along with three “white papers” that claimed the data indicated the Trump campaign was secretly communicating with Moscow through a server in Trump Tower and the Alfa Bank in Russia. Based on the material, the FBI opened at least one investigation, adding to several others it had already initiated targeting the Trump campaign in the summer of 2016.

      Michael Sussmann: Indicted former Clinton campaign lawyer allegedly coordinated with Jake Sullivan on dubious materials provided to the FBI and media.

      The indictment states that Sussmann, as well as the cyber experts recruited for the operation, “coordinated with representatives and agents of the Clinton campaign with regard to the data and written materials that Sussmann gave to the FBI and the media.”

      One of those campaign agents was Sullivan, according to emails Durham obtained. On Sept. 15, 2016 – just four days before Sussmann handed off the materials to the FBI – Marc Elias, his law partner and fellow Democratic Party operative, “exchanged emails with the Clinton campaign’s foreign policy adviser concerning the Russian bank allegations,” as well as with other top campaign officials, the indictment states.

      The sources close to the case confirmed the “foreign policy adviser” referenced by title is Sullivan. They say he was briefed on the development of the opposition-research materials tying Trump to Alfa Bank, and was aware of the participants in the project. These included the Washington opposition-research group Fusion GPS, which worked for the Clinton campaign as a paid agent and helped gather dirt on Alfa Bank and draft the materials Elias discussed with Sullivan, the materials Sussmann would later submit to the FBI. Fusion researchers were in regular contact with both Sussmann and Elias about the project in the summer and fall of 2016. Sullivan also personally met with Elias, who briefed him on Fusion’s opposition research, according to the sources.

      Sullivan maintained in congressional testimony in December 2017 that he didn’t know of Fusion’s involvement in the Alfa Bank opposition research. In the same closed-door testimony before the House Intelligence Committee, he also denied knowing anything about Fusion in 2016 or who was conducting the opposition research for the campaign.

      “Marc [Elias] … would occasionally give us updates on the opposition research they were conducting, but I didn’t know what the nature of that effort was – inside effort, outside effort, who was funding it, who was doing it, anything like that,” Sullivan stated under oath.

      ullivan also testified he didn’t know that Perkins Coie, the law firm where Elias and Sussmann were partners, was working for the Clinton campaign until October 2017, when it was reported in the media as part of stories revealing the campaign’s contract with Fusion, which also produced the so-called Steele dossier. Sullivan maintained he didn’t even know that the politically prominent Elias worked for Perkins Coie, a well-known Democratic law firm. Major media stories from 2016 routinely identified Elias as “general counsel for the Clinton campaign” and a “partner at Perkins Coie.”

      “To be honest with you, Marc wears a tremendous number of hats, so I wasn’t sure who he was representing,” Sullivan testified. “I sort of thought he was, you know, just talking to us as, you know, a fellow traveler in this — in this campaign effort.”

      Although he acknowledged knowing Elias and his partner were marshaling opposition researchers for a campaign project targeting Trump, Sullivan insisted, “They didn’t do something with it.” In truth, they used the research to instigate a full-blown investigation at the FBI and seed a number of stories in the Washington media, which Elias discussed in emails.

      Lying to Congress is a felony. Though the offense is rarely prosecuted, former Special Counsel Robert Mueller won convictions of two of Trump’s associates on charges of that very offense.

      An attorney for Sullivan did not respond to questions, while a spokeswoman for the National Security Council declined comment. After the 2016 election, Sullivan continued to participate in the anti-Trump effort, which enlisted no fewer than three Internet companies and two university computer researchers, who persisted in exploiting nonpublic Internet data to conjure up “derogatory information on Trump” and his associates, according to the indictment.

      Prosecutors say the operation ran through at least February 2017, when Sullivan met with another central figure in the plot to plant the anti-Trump smear at the FBI. But now the goal was to compel agents to continue investigating the false rumors in the wake of the election, thereby keeping Trump’s presidency under an ethical cloud.

      Despite the renewed push by Jones, the FBI debunked the tip of a nefarious Russian back channel. Agents learned the email server in question wasn’t even controlled by the Trump Organization. “It wasn’t true,” Mueller confirmed in 2019 testimony.

      It turns out that the supposed “secret server” was housed in the small Pennsylvania town of Lititz, and not Trump Tower in New York City, and it was operated by a marketing firm based in Florida called Cendyn that routinely blasts out emails promoting multiple hotel chains. Simply put, the third-party server sent spam to Alfa Bank employees who used Trump hotels. The bank had maintained a New York office since 2001.

      “The FBI’s investigation revealed that the email server at issue was not owned or operated by the Trump Organization but, rather, had been administrated by a mass-marketing email company that sent advertisements for Trump hotels and hundreds of other clients,” Durham wrote in his indictment.

      Nonetheless, Jones and Sullivan kept promoting the canard as true.

      Read entire article:



  19. Several media outlets shared leaked copies of the draft report prepared by the firm hired to conduct a forensic audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County by the Arizona State Senate early Friday morning, in advance of the official release of the draft report on Friday at 1 p.m. Pacific Time.

    “What has been found is both encouraging and alarming. On the positive side there were no substantial differences between the hand count of the ballots provided and the official canvass results for the County. This is an important finding because of concerns ahead of the audit,” the executive summary in the draft report prepared by the Florida-based firm Cyber Ninjas, “Maricopa County Forensic Audit Volume I: Executive Summary & Recommendations,” dated September 23, 2021 and leaked to KJZZ began:

    However, while it is encouraging for voters, it does not allay all of the concerns:

    None of the various systems related to elections had numbers that would balance and agree with each other. In some cases, these differences were significant.

    There appears to be many ballots cast from individuals who had moved prior to the election.

    Files were missing from the Election Management System (EMS) Server.

    Ballot images on the EMS were corrupt or missing.

    Logs appeared to be intentionally rolled over, and all the data in the database related to the 2020 General Election had been fully cleared.

    On the ballot side, batches were not always clearly delineated, duplicated ballots were missing the required serial numbers, originals were duplicated more than once, and the Auditors were never provided Chain‐of‐Custody documentation for the ballots for the time‐period prior to the ballot’s movement into the Auditors’ care. This all increased the complexity and difficulty in properly auditing the results; and added ambiguity into the final conclusions.

    The report then blamed Maricopa County officials for failing to cooperate with the audit.

    “Had Maricopa County chosen to cooperate with the audit, the majority of these obstacles would have easily been overcome. By the County withholding subpoena items, their unwillingness to answer questions as is normal between auditor and auditee, and in some cases actively interfering with audit research, the County prevented a complete audit,” the executive summary concluded.

    CNN published a story on the leaked draft shortly after midnight Friday morning, and focused on the first sentence of the executive summary that stated “there were no substantial differences between the hand count of the ballots provided and the official canvass results for the County.”

    The draft report emerged Thursday night, and audit spokesman Randy Pullen confirmed its validity to KJZZ Phoenix. “It’s not the final report, but it’s close,” he said.

    The draft report shows that the hand recount found that President Joe Biden received 99 more votes than Maricopa County had reported after November’s election, while former President Donald Trump received 261 fewer votes than the county reported.

    Maricopa County’s Republican-led board of supervisors pointed to the draft Thursday night, saying that it underscores the reality that the county ran an accurate election.

    Breitbart News will report on the details of the draft report when it is officially released at 1 p.m. Pacific Time on Friday.


  20. WATCH: Arizona Audit’s First Witness Shows 17K Duplicate Ballots; More than Biden’s Margin
    ‘The number of illegal ballots found in Maricopa County (more than 55,000) is over 4 times the current amount separating President Trump and Joe Biden…’

    By Joshua Paladino | September 24, 2021

    The Arizona Senate Judiciary Committee is receiving the results of the forensic audit.

    Senate President Karen Fann, a Republican, confirmed that the audit draft reflects some findings from the final report, though the draft and the final report do not match “exactly.”

    Fann said the Arizona Senate did not authorize the audit to decerfity the results of the 2020 presidential election.

    “Our number one goal is to make sure that we have election integrity here,” she said. “That when you go to the polls, you know that your ballot was counted, and it was counted fairly, and it was counted accurately.”

    Arizona Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Warren Petersen said that he will refer any criminal findings in the forensic audit to the state’s Attorney General Mark Brnovich.

    The first witness in the hearing, Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, a pattern-recognition expert, revealed that he found 17,000 duplicate ballots in Maricopa County. Some voters cast up to four ballots, according to Ayyadurai.

    Maricopa County reported zero duplicates in its final canvass.

    The county stamped duplicate ballots with, “Verified and Approved [Maricopa County Elections Department.].

    Maricopa County received ninety-six percent of duplicate ballots after election day.

    Ayyadurai also observed a 25 percent surge in duplicate mail-in ballots on election day and for five days afterward, from Nov. 4-9.

    State Sen. Wendy Rogers, a Republican, called for decertification based on this single testimony.

    Over 17,000 duplicate votes!!!! Decertify the election!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  21. Tucker Carlson on the Media’s Deception, the ADL’s Attacks, and Armor Against Criticism | Ep. 167
    The Megyn Kelly Show
    News Commentary
    Listen on Apple Podcasts
    Megyn Kelly is joined by Tucker Carlson to discuss the mainstream media’s enforcement of lies about the border, new Chris Cuomo sexual assault accusations from former boss Shelley Ross, the ADL calling for Tucker’s termination, the state of journalism and the book industry, learning from early failures, how his childhood shaped his optimistic perspective, the toxicity of the cable news business, the joys of living off the grid, and much more.


    1. Maria Bartiromo on Sunday Morning Futures had Devin Nunes on this morning. They talked about the recent indictment by the Durham gang.

      During one of her segments with Nunes, she mentioned that the Clintons had more to do with Russia than Trump ever did.

      Bartiromo recalled her discussion with John Podesta years ago that we reported on at the time. (The video has since been purged by YouTube.) During one exchange she brought up that Podesta had millions related to his connections with Russia.


  22. This is the book I mentioned. I read this when I was in my 20s:

    The Eternal Man: Ancient Aliens and Human Evolution Paperback – January 20, 2017

    by Jacques Bergier (Author), Louis Pauwels (Author)

    Are we older and wiser than we know? Why must humanity and its history necessarily be young? Why do we impose this ideological limitation, when there is so much evidence for mankind’s perpetual recurrence? Is there any proof that any cultures are irrevocably mortal?

    There are cultures that apparently flowered for thousands of years. Some of the cultures that we call primitive have already existed for so long that they seem to have no beginning and no end. Could they actually be immortal?

    Might not the truth be that during past ages, man has often tried to climb the rungs of the ladder that lead to a high immortal culture, but has slipped and fallen? Perhaps we are even now in the process of building a culture that will know immortality on Earth and in heaven.

    Perhaps within the cynical, doom-ridden attitudes fashionable today lie the seeds of imagination needed to see the possibilities of a “plastic” reality, where photons can – through observation – bend to our collective will.



  23. For years, Facebook’s news algorithm has been a black box. While certain types of content were banned outright, it was simultaneously clear that other content was simply being demoted – its reach restricted. Facebook had been thoroughly opaque about just what content had been limited in distribution. But this week, Facebook finally revealed its Content Distribution Guidelines (CDGs). The CDGs demonstrate that conservative suspicions of content suppression for the last year are largely justified.

    To understand just what the Facebook CDGs do, we must review a bit of recent history. The pressure brought to bear on Facebook since the election of 2016 by the media and members of the Democratic Party is extraordinary: since that election, the political Left has decided that Facebook’s newsfeed is responsible for the presence of conservative sentiment in the country, and has therefore targeted it. Their goal: to re-establish the legacy media monopoly that prevailed prior to the rise of companies like Facebook. As Kara Swisher, one of the journactivists who spends her days targeting Facebook’s free dissemination of information for destruction, wrote in June 2020, “[Mark] Zuckerberg has become – unwittingly or not – the digital equivalent of a supercharged enabler because of his enormous power over digital communications that affect billions of people.”



  24. The Party of Misgovernment
    September 27, 2021 6:30 AM

    Not long ago the Democrats flattered themselves as “the party of government.” The implication was that Democrats, because they believed in using the government, were naturally more capable of manning the actual beast itself. Although it was never implied directly, you could add the fact that because most of the many millions who work for the executive branch are themselves Democrats in sentiment and orientation, Democrats would be more natural leaders.

    And, to be perfectly honest, there was at least a little credibility to the claim, once we saw Donald Trump in office and saw how elected and unelected Democrats were able to work with their friends in the intelligence community and other parts of the government to frustrate and even outright block Trump. His secretary of energy, for instance, once vowed to abolish the Department of Energy. Or, at least he tried to vow as much.
    So now that Democrats are in charge, are things running smoothly? Well, not exactly. Let’s consider Afghanistan and our southern border. It’s here that we begin to understand what they mean by government.

    Having taken whichever Afghan was closest to the departing plane — no need to vet them, or check to see whether they had, in fact, offered help and were interpreters — we have now brought a few obvious criminals to America. Very few of the 124,000 Afghan evacuees we got were on the priority list, and Bloomberg immediately reported that a number of them seemed to be coming with child brides. Now we are getting more specific info about one evacuee who is alleged by the FBI to have sexually assaulted two children at Fort McHenry. At Fort Bliss, a female U.S. soldier has also reported a sexual assault by Afghan evacuees. Hadn’t these new Americans read the news the past five years? You don’t commit your sex crime at a military fort right away. You wait until New Year’s parties.

    While it was ongoing, this evacuation was deemed a massively enormous success by part of government, which bragged about “the largest airlift in U.S. history.” I guess that’s one way of trying to shine up the worst military humiliation in most of our lives, one in which Joe Biden extended the deadline for our withdrawal several months, allowing the Afghan national government more time to collapse and the Taliban more time to advance and make the whole thing look worse and create what is virtually a hostage situation.

    Not a single planner at the Pentagon or senior military person has been fired or disgraced about the foul-ups at the airport, or the 20-year failed mission. Not one!

    Now let’s look at another panicked exit. The migrant encampment at the bridge in Del Rio, Texas, has been cleared. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas has admitted that the government has transferred to the interior of the country more than 12,000 Haitians who have arrived in a human wave at Del Rio. Think they all have court dates? Think again. HHS is too backed up with the child brides to follow up. About 2,000 others were deported. This is a strong signal to tens of thousands of other Haitians who may want to move forward with their plans to emigrate to the U.S. on foot from Panama, Peru, and Columbia…
    Bringing criminals into the country — that’s commendable. Trying to keep any out, according to our laws — that’s something for which you’ll pay. Now wouldn’t a party of government understand that there might be recruitment problems when Border Patrol agents are publicly tongue-lashed by the president, based on a lie? Wouldn’t a party of government understand that failing to investigate and disgrace the military personnel overseeing the spectacularly failed Afghanistan withdrawal would disincentivize competent leadership in the future?

    My worry is that our leaders do know this and don’t care. My worry is that the real party of government is the media. The media wanted to cheerlead the airlift and the evacuees, so criticism of the Biden admin’s botch of a withdrawal has now been muted. And the media are against the idea of borders, so they can’t get too honest about the human wreckage resulting from their campaign to dissolve them.


    1. Many Deep State players attempted to destabilize Donald Trump’s presidency.

      Even the highest-ranking military officials could not be trusted.
      And a disgraced General was caught red-handed lying to Trump about this radical outfit.

      Washington, D.C.’s entrenched establishment elite does pretty much anything it wants.
      This is evident especially when a real statesman emerges to challenge their power.

      And it’s exactly what Donald Trump confronted when the people elected him to drain the Swamp.

      According to the book Peril by Watergate reporter Bob Woodward, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley likely committed treason when he went over Trump’s back and promised to give China advance notice of any nuclear assault and also urged other military officers to swear an “oath” to him in order to avoid Trump’s nuclear strike command.
      This was the logical conclusion of the D.C. Swamp’s Trump derangement syndrome.

      But their insistence that Trump threatened to start a nuclear war with China was absurd given that Trump wanted to bring soldiers home and negotiate peace settlements and did.

      Milley’s actions show he was the one that was dangerous and unhinged and it wasn’t the first time Milley let his hatred of Trump come before his duty to the country and to the truth.

      “The excerpts [from ‘Peril’]…quote Milley as saying ‘Mr. President, they are not burning it down,’ in reference to the rioters who were burning down large sections of American cities. Milley’s claims, if he actually made them as stated in the book, would be completely false and wholly devoid of facts.”

      The 2020 riots claimed almost two dozen lives, caused over $2 billion in property damage, and destroyed courthouses, police stations, monuments, and even churches.

      Some of the most devastating riots in American history occurred during the “largely peaceful” protests.

      The National File went on:

      “‘They used spray paint, Mr. President, that’s not an insurrection,’ the book also quotes Milley as saying, as well as, ‘We’re a country of 330 million people. You’ve got these penny packet protests.’ Milley reportedly went on to shill extremist black grievance talking points to the President, stating, ‘That’s pent up in communities that have been experiencing what they perceive to be police brutality.’”

      The entire story would have been different if right-wing protestors had produced even a fraction of the havoc.

      The fiasco on Capitol Hill on January 6 shows that’s the case.

      There were some violent individuals but the Left insists Americans ignore the grandmothers and deny the evidence that it was far from what the Left claims.

      Milley, on the other hand, had an entirely different perspective on the riot.

      In testimony before Congress, Milley famously used the phrase “white anger” to describe American politics.

      The National File continued:

      “Later in the book, Milley reportedly took a much different stance on election integrity protests at the Capitol on Jan. 6, claiming the political protest that he personally disagreed with ‘was indeed a coup attempt and nothing less than “treason.’”

      General Milley’s actions demonstrate how Washington, D.C. has an entrenched establishment elite that does pretty much anything it wants.

      Because the corporate-controlled press refuses to hold them accountable, they are able to get away with it.

      Milley should be held accountable for his acts, but the media will portray him as a hero.


      1. inchoate

        1 just begun and so not fully formed or developed; rudimentary.
        “a still inchoate democracy”

        (of an offense,) anticipating or preparatory to a further criminal act.



    1. Perennial philosophy

      The perennial philosophy (Latin: philosophia perennis),[note 1] also referred to as perennialism and perennial wisdom, is a perspective in philosophy and spirituality that views all of the world’s religious traditions as sharing a single, metaphysical truth or origin from which all esoteric and exoteric knowledge and doctrine has grown.

      Perennialism has its roots in the Renaissance interest in neo-Platonism and its idea of the One, from which all existence emanates. Marsilio Ficino (1433–1499) sought to integrate Hermeticism with Greek and Jewish-Christian thought,[1] discerning a prisca theologia which could be found in all ages.[2] Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (1463–94) suggested that truth could be found in many, rather than just two, traditions. He proposed a harmony between the thought of Plato and Aristotle, and saw aspects of the prisca theologia in Averroes (Ibn Rushd), the Quran, the Kabbalah and other sources.[3] Agostino Steuco (1497–1548) coined the term philosophia perennis.[4]

      The Nature of Reality – Panpsychism

      In the philosophy of mind, panpsychism is the view that mind or a mindlike aspect is a fundamental and ubiquitous feature of reality. It is also described as a theory that “the mind is a fundamental feature of the world which exists throughout the universe.”


  25. Support The Troops? Biden Demands Dishonorable Discharge For Vax Refusers!

    The Biden Administration is demanding that members of the US military who refuse the covid shot be DISHONORABLY discharged! The Administration is also taking aim at military members who prefer to pass on the vax because they have natural immunity from a previous infection. Is this about discipline…or about a political purge of the military? Also today: cancer deaths in UK will skyrocket due to covid lockdowns and care restrictions. Do the world covid elites have an endgame now that their narrative has failed?”



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