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Holocaust Memorial Day: A Celebration of European Guilt
Post Date: 2018-01-29 12:40:04 by X-15
Today is holocaust memorial day, a day in which all of us around the world are supposed to pay our tributes to the most sickening crime in all of history: the Shoah. On this day, commentators and virtue signallers alike seek to outdo one another with the most heartfelt tribute, as if to somehow prove one’s credentials as a credible holocaust activist. Why? Because it’s the done thing, of course. Like in America, one stands for the anthem and salutes the flag. In Britain, we drink a lot of tea and complain about the weather. Similarly, around the world, we profess our sincerity in collective guilt and shame to the holocaust industry. But this day, and associated days related to ...

Shrugging Toward Doomsday
Post Date: 2018-01-29 05:48:35 by Tatarewicz
Atlantic... “As of today,” said Rachel Bronson, the president and CEO of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, “it is two minutes to midnight.” On Thursday, the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists moved the Doomsday Clock—a symbolic assessment of how close the world stands to total destruction—as close to midnight as it has ever been, reflecting the expert group’s “grim assessment” that the world is now “as dangerous as it has been since World War II.” It is among the most dire warnings ever issued by the Bulletin, whose board of sponsors includes 15 Nobel laureates. Not since 1953, when the United States and Soviet Union both began ...

US nowhere near the democracy it claims to be: Analyst
Post Date: 2018-01-22 00:40:43 by Tatarewicz
PressTv The US political system is not a real democracy because it allows the minority group to take over and rule, says an American analyst, citing the current power clash in Congress over a government shutdown as an example. “We have a very odd form of government in the US,” Gordon Duff, an Ohio-based senior editor of Veterans Today, told Press TV on Sunday. “We were set up to look like a democracy but it is not a democracy.” He made the remarks while discussing President Donald trump’s call on the Republican members of Congress to resort to the so-called nuclear option in order to end the ongoing chaos over government shutdown. In yet another controversial ...

Why Ruby Ridge Still Matters
Post Date: 2018-01-20 15:28:16 by X-15
After violence in Charlottesville last August, a Washington Post article asserted that alienated right-wingers had “sparked the deadly standoff in Ruby Ridge, Idaho” in 1992. Ruby Ridge has recently been invoked by many people to show the need for federal crackdowns on dangerous extremists. Unfortunately, the mainstream media has largely forgotten – or expunged – the federal misconduct and deception that permeated that showdown. But it is difficult to comprehend the fear that many Americans have of the government without reconsidering Ruby Ridge. Randy Weaver and his family lived in an isolated cabin in the mountains of northern Idaho. Weaver was a white separatist who ...

The Reichstag is on Fire
Post Date: 2018-01-20 14:55:03 by X-15
The Reichstag is on fire If Trump had been successfully given the perp walk by social justice warriors wearing recently issued police uniforms on the basis of a court order obtained by Mueller on the basis of being an accomplice after the fact in Russian spying on Hillary from some judge no one has heard of, or if he had been successfully stuffed into a straitjacket by social justice warriors wearing recently issued psychiatric orderly costumes, on the basis of a long distance mental health diagnosis by some psychiatrist no one has heard of, this would have been a deep state coup by the permanent government against the merely temporary and merely elected government. If, however, high ...

The Coming Division
Post Date: 2018-01-17 16:55:34 by X-15
Ideas are dangerous things. They frighten the people in power, who must always guard against rebellion. Those in power will defend that power with all necessary force, which leads them inexorably into the territory of tyranny, however softly applied, there is the understanding that the severity of their defense will increase as these ideas that threaten their power become more prevalent. If this sounds cryptic, it should not. Here is an idea that they are not going to like. The two people of this nation divided along ideological lines of liberty and communism can never again be reconciled. The divisions are marked by a map of the counties that voted for Trump and those who voted for ...

US politicians cannot be believed or trusted: Analyst
Post Date: 2018-01-15 22:53:37 by Tatarewicz
PressTv The baseless remarks made about Muslims by the embattled US Ambassador to the Netherlands Peter Hoekstra and his subsequent apology over the comments underscores the “duplicity” of US politicians, who cannot be believed or trusted, says an American political analyst. Hoekstra apologized Friday for making unsubstantiated anti-Muslim claims at a conference in 2015 hosted by the David Horowitz Freedom Center, a US-based right-wing hate group. “Like all such apologies made after the fact they lack sincerity and are merely a means to evade responsibility for egregious conduct by the perpetrator,” said Dennis Etler, a former professor of Anthropology at Cabrillo ...

Between Night and Day: Who Will Control Putin's Fourth Term? (Op-ed) The nighttime rulers of the regime are quietly challenging Putinís role
Post Date: 2018-01-10 03:42:48 by Tatarewicz
MoscowTimes... Over the last year, Russia’s ruling regime has worked a day shift and a night shift. The public sees President Vladimir Putin by day, running the government and now running for reelection, meeting workers, launching rockets and receiving foreign dignitaries. At the same time, the country has had a glimpse of its “government by night” with the trial of former economic development minister Alexei Ulyukayev, instigated by Putin’s close ally, Igor Sechin, and other instances of intimidation and force exercised by men in the shadows. The daylight rulers of Russia pretend that either these creatures of the night do not exist, or else that they are only ...

Trumpís election an indictment of US political system: Scholar
Post Date: 2018-01-06 01:23:45 by Tatarewicz
PressTv The fact that a charlatan like Donald Trump could be elected president of the United States is an indictment of the US political system, says Dennis Etler, an American political analyst who has a decades-long interest in international affairs. Etler, a former professor of Anthropology at Cabrillo College in Aptos, California, said in an interview with Press TV on Friday that by exacerbating global tensions Trump is accelerating the decline of the American Empire. Professor Etler made the comments after the author of a new bombshell book about Trump's first year in office has revealed that "one hundred percent" of those around the US president consider him ...

No One Cares If You Go Home Safe At The End Of Your Shift
Post Date: 2018-01-03 17:20:51 by X-15
Here at the house, I have a couple of decades plus of military experience. I have tools to dig in or out of natural disasters. I have extinguishers and hoses. I have a field trauma kit and bandages. I have weapons both melee and firearm. I know how to use them. I know how to trench, support and revet. I understand the fire triangle and appropriate approaches. I understand breathing, bleeding and shock. I know how to detain, restrain and control. I have done all of these at least occasionally, professionally. I've stood on top of a collapsing levee in a flood. I've fought a structure fire from inside so we could get everyone out before the fire department showed up, which only took ...

The Weight - music video
Post Date: 2018-01-02 22:05:09 by Lod

Maybe Russia Will Completely Change in 2018 (Op-ed) Reflections, rumors and predictions for the new year
Post Date: 2018-01-01 06:45:11 by Tatarewicz
MoscowTimes... How will historians look back on the final years of this decade in Russia? They might do well to look at the closing years of earlier decades to guide their way. The ‘20s: The final curtailing of economic freedoms and political factionalism, a “great turning point” towards totalitarianism and the absolute authority of the Leader; The ‘30s: A time of political terror and preparations for war; The ‘40s: The height of the Cold War, nuclear blackmail, the fight against cosmopolitanism, the growth of nationalistic and anti-Semitic propaganda; The ‘50s: An ideological “thaw” and the flowering of culture, breakthroughs in science and ...

Cold Zero: No Weapons Laws by Bill Buppert
Post Date: 2017-12-31 22:28:20 by X-15
“When we got organized as a country, [and] wrote a fairly radical Constitution, with a radical Bill of Rights, giving radical amounts of freedom to Americans, it was assumed that Americans who had that freedom would use it responsibly …. When personal freedom is being abused, you have to move to limit it.” – Comrade Bill Clinton Happy New Year. I often hear my collectivist friends on both the left and right either complain about the absence of weapons laws or the lack of compliance at some satrap level below the Federal government to enforce the nonsense already on the books. The lion’s share of all laws on the books in the West are malum prohibitum laws which ...

HuffPost Editor Reveals New Yearís Resolution: ĎKill All Mení
Post Date: 2017-12-31 20:27:07 by hondo68
HuffPost editor Emily McCombs tweeted Friday about her desire to “kill all men” as part of her New Year’s Resolutions. New Year’s resolutions: 1. Cultivate female friendships 2. Band together to kill all men — Emily McCombs (@msemilymccombs) December 29, 2017 McCombs, who serves as the “Editorial Director of Parents” for HuffPo, previously wrote an article in November titled, “I Don’t Know If I Can Raise A Good Man.” In the post, she talks about her own son, saying, “(o)f course, we all want to raise feminist sons. I wrote an article a few months ago detailing the ways I try to do just that. But my efforts are starting to seem like ...

A collection of declassified documents regarding a broken NATO promise explains a cornerstone of Putin's worldview.
Post Date: 2017-12-17 06:01:01 by Tatarewicz
PMF... In many ways, Russia's current defiant geopolitical stance can be traced to a decisive moment in recent history: the belief that the West broke its promises not to expand the North Atlantic Treaty Organization eastwards. But experts argue over what exactly was promised, NATO itself calls the story of the broken promise a "myth," and the former Soviet president, Mikhail Gorbachev, who is critical of NATO expansion, has said the West kept all its binding commitments following from the reunification of Germany. Now, George Washington University has taken a major step toward clarifying what exactly was promised and how, collecting a wealth of documents, all declassified ...

Good Cop, Bad Cop
Post Date: 2017-12-15 16:49:18 by X-15
It has been suggested that bad cops are only a small percentage of the overall force and that the good cops should not be judged by the actions of the few. I would argue that if the bad cops are a small percentage of the force, why can they not be confronted and dealt with, if even on a personal, non-administrative way by the good cops? It happens in business all the time. The fact is, the good cops hide behind the actions of the bad cops to be occasionally bad themselves, when it suits them and when they think they are justified. The good cops really don't even know what being a good cop is. They think that if they are not a bad cop they are a good cop, but that doesn't wash. At ...

FBI: Abuse of Trust
Post Date: 2017-12-06 01:06:32 by X-15
The FBI is coming unglued and the only thing holding it together are the agents themselves, continuing to mask over the obvious and complete corruption within their ranks. Let me ask the average FBI agent this question: If I were in full knowledge of criminal activity at my workplace and did nothing, would I not be somewhat culpable in the crimes committed there? What if I knew that my boss was falsifying bank records to avoid paying federal and state income taxes? Should I just turn a blind eye, or contact either the FBI or the IRS? Just curious, because it doesn't seem like there is any intention of the agents themselves, trained law enforcement personnel, to discover and expose or ...

Muellerís Credibility Problem
Post Date: 2017-12-05 09:35:50 by Ada
The special counsel is stonewalling Congress and protecting the FBI. Donald Trump is his own worst enemy, as his many ill-advised tweets on the weekend about Michael Flynn, the FBI and Robert Mueller’s Russia probe demonstrate. But that doesn’t mean that Mr. Mueller and the Federal Bureau of Investigation deserve a pass about their motives and methods, as new information raises troubling questions. The Washington Post and the New York Times reported Saturday that a lead FBI investigator on the Mueller probe, Peter Strzok, was demoted this summer after it was discovered he’d sent anti- Trump texts to a mistress. As troubling, Mr. Mueller and the Justice Department kept this ...

Why Russian Oligarchs Remain Loyal to Putin (Op-ed)
Post Date: 2017-12-04 06:56:44 by Tatarewicz
MoscowTimes... The past few years have not been good to Russia's rich and powerful, but time and again they fall in line with the Kremlin Kremlin Press Service Given the financial and personal costs suffered over the past three years by Russian oligarchs, some analysts have wondered whether they might actively intervene to replace the Russian leadership. Given that Russia saw a major oligarchic political intervention just over 20 years ago, the question doesn’t seem unwarranted. In 2014 alone, a combination of low oil prices and sanctions saw Russia’s 20 richest individuals lose a total of $62 billion. Holiday travel to popular destinations such as Miami and the south of ...

creepy thoughts.
Post Date: 2017-11-17 21:30:57 by titorite
You know, I was having some creepy thoughts early. About uploading our minds and chip/mark of the beast.. I realize how fucked we shall be in my life time. The ground breaking work on uploading is being done now as is the chipping. And the power elect aren't just gonna genetically modify themselves superior but they are gonna chip too and when they do, its gonna be a hive mind. Everyone sharing new information in nanoseconds. Who isn't chipped, whos resisting, and what the state considers a threat. I cant imagine it taking more than 30years time to perfect... and the millina masses accepting and embracing it... I fear for my son. Ive got him a story time bible but nancy ...

Imran Khan's plan to switch Pakistan from US to Chinese orbit can transform the region
Post Date: 2017-11-17 03:14:13 by Tatarewicz
RT... Imran Khan knows that Pakistan desperately needs reform. Should he win the next election, his rise might not just change Pakistan, it may shake up the whole region. A quarter of a century ago, Imran Khan was one of the greatest and most charismatic sportsmen in the world. He had just led the Pakistan cricket team to their momentous first victory in the Cricket World Cup, converting himself into a national hero in the process. Khan retired from cricket, and let it be known that he was set on pursuing a second career as a national politician. However, for many years Imran Khan's political career was a litany of humiliating defeats and failure. Most observers wrote him off ...

Russia's Grand Strategy For Eurasia Is Working
Post Date: 2017-11-05 09:20:35 by Ada
Moscow has sought to maximize connectivity with all, while putting Russia’s own interests first Over the last three years, Moscow has successfully parried Washington's political and economic attacks, while rapidly expanding bilateral relations with nearly all of its major regional neighbors. Its strategic geographical position has greatly benefited Russia as the center of global power increasingly shifts eastward. Dmitry Trenin (yes, the director of Carnegie's Moscow Center — nobody's perfect) recently wrote an insightful piece about Russia's "grand designs" for Eurasia. While he takes a more sober approach to the issue, his observations about why ...

Antifa Flakes Day of rage a big fail
Post Date: 2017-11-04 20:08:43 by titorite
So has anyone else ben watching the live streams of the protests.... First off non of the protests couldn't get out of bed before noon. Their day of rage would have to wait till they had their beauty sleep. Then when they finally took their lazy asses to the protests it was so muted... I checked channel after channel.... and every channel had more people watching the streams than people attending the protest. Antifa is dead.... with a wimper. because lazy fucks LOL

It's vital to find the root cause of terrorism
Post Date: 2017-11-02 06:39:13 by Tatarewicz
The attack in Lower Manhattan on Tuesday that killed eight people and injured 11 was a ruthless attack against innocent civilians and deserves the strongest condemnation. The suspect, 29-year-old Sayfullo Saipov, drove a rented pickup truck and mowed people down on a bike path along the Hudson River. Saipov, who came legally to the US from Uzbekistan in 2010, was found to believe in ISIS ideology. When questioned by investigators, he has shown no remorse for the attack and was almost boastful about it. Americans have shown their courage of not giving in and or being deterred in the face of the attack. The Halloween parade in Manhattan on Tuesday night went on as scheduled, with a large ...

One Day Tomorrow Wonít Arrive
Post Date: 2017-10-30 10:47:41 by Ada
Before the idiots in Washington get us blown off of the face of the earth, the morons had better come to terms with the fact that the US military is now second class compared to the Russian military. For example, the US Navy has been made obsolete by Russia’s hypersonic maneuvering Zircon missile. For example, the speed and trajectory changes of the Russian Sarmat ICBM has nullified Washington’s ABM system. One Sarmet is sufficient to take out Great Britain, or France, or Germany, or Texas. It only takes a dozen to wipe out the United States. Why don’t you know this? For example, Washington’s enormously expensive F-35 jet fighter is no match whatsoever for ...

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