Monday, March 27, 2017

While Yale professors are suddenly discovering the frightful prospects of fascism in the two-month-old Trump Presidency...

....they are oblivious to how Obama "weaponized" the White House over the prior eight years.

Americans have a right to be concerned.

//Things begin to get a little frightening when we learn that this inadvertent collection of Trump staff conversations was followed up with transcriptions of those conversations and the disclosure (or unmasking) of the persons involved in the conversation. These transcripts would be considered raw intelligence reports.

When I was chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, I was routinely involved in briefings as a member of the “Gang of Eight”—both parties’ leaders in the House and Senate and on the intelligence committees. I cannot recall how many times I asked to see raw intelligence reporting and was refused because that stuff is just not made available to policy makers.

But according to Mr. Nunes, such information made its way to the Obama White House before Inauguration Day. Few if any people working in the White House would ever need to see raw intelligence. Like intelligence committee members, they are typically consumers of intelligence products, not raw intelligence.

The raw transcripts of masked persons—or unmasked persons, or U.S. persons who can be easily identified—making their way to the White House is very likely unprecedented. One can only imagine who, at that point, might be reading these reports. Valerie Jarrett? Susan Rice? Ben Rhodes? The president himself? We don’t know, and the people who do aren’t talking at the moment.

Then we have the testimony earlier this week from FBI Director James Comey and National Security Agency Director Adm. Mike Rogers. Mr. Comey said there was no basis to support the tweet from President Trump that his “wires” had been tapped by Barack Obama. What he didn’t say—and wasn’t asked—was whether information was collected on Trump staff by other means. Mr. Trump was a little inarticulate in the context of Twitter’s 140-character limit, but it seems he got the general picture right.

Then there’s Mr. Comey’s testimony that the FBI had been investigating Trump staff for eight months. It almost certainly included surveillance; an investigation without surveillance would approach farcical.

Adm. Rogers told the House Intelligence Committee that there are strict controls in place for masking and unmasking the identities of people caught up in the inadvertent collection of information and the distribution of this kind of material. It now appears he either misled the committee or doesn’t know what’s happening inside his own agency. If Mr. Nunes is right, the rules either weren’t followed or were much less stringent than Adm. Rogers let on.

Last, and rather damningly, I believe that Mr. Comey and Adm. Rogers would have to have known that raw transcripts of captured conversations that included members of the Trump team were at the White House. It is inconceivable that people in those positions of power would not know. While this may not be criminal, it is at least a cause for them to be fired.

My greatest concern—the one that keeps me awake at night—is that the awesome powers of our intelligence community might have been corrupted for political purposes. While we’re not witnessing broad, Stasi-style surveillance of citizens, it’s clear there have been serious errors of judgment and action among our otherwise professional intelligence community. This is truly scary. We have to learn the entire truth before anyone, in or out of Congress, can again have confidence in our intelligence community.//

Sunday, March 26, 2017


Trump supporters have been assaulted by Sanders/Clinton supporters since the summer of 2016.  Cities have ostentatiously pulled police protection from Trump rallies.

Now, Trump supporters are fighting back.

And predictably they are the ones being held responsible.

You want more 1930-late stage Weimar street thug political action?

This is how you get it.

Scenes from Weimar.

The Progressives are the ones wearing masks to conceal their identity.

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Know your place, white women.

Racism is trendy.

So, is censorship.

According to The New Republic.

//Emmett Till died because a white woman lied about their brief interaction. He died because his side of the story did not mean anything to the two white men who killed him, just as it meant nothing to the jury that acquitted them. For a white woman to paint Emmett Till’s mutilated face communicates not only a tone-deafness toward the history of his murder, but an ignorance of the history of white women’s speech in that murder—the way it cancelled out Till’s own expression, with lethal effect.//

Likewise, Teen Vogue has its own racist and anti-semite.

Friday, March 24, 2017

Volk Justice Must Not Be Hindered by Law.

This is like a bad parody of revolutionaries throughout history.

Just prior to the phase where they institute The Terror.

Kamala Harris was the fascist who wanted to criminalize Global Warming crimethink.

Leftists try to silence "Free Speech" bus.

You can't parody these people.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Both Obama and this guy want us to normalize a certain amount of terrorist death in the same way that we normalize traffic fatalities.

Of course, no one intends traffic fatalities.

And traffic fatalities aren't working nonstop to kill more people with traffic fatalities.

Sadiq Khan: London mayor says terror attacks 'part and parcel' of living in a major city

Of course, if people simply accepted that a random number of random Brits was going to be run down or knifed every few months, we could get past this harmful anti-Islamofacist attitude.

Tolerance - the moment between breathing out one orthodoxy and having jackbooted thugs shove another orthodoxy down your deplorable throat.

Tolerance and diversity:

//On Wednesday, Princeton Theological Seminary announced that it would no longer be awarding the Kuyper Prize to New York City Redeemer Presbyterian Church's senior pastor, Tim Keller. In a letter, the seminary's president explained that he did not want Keller's award to imply that his school disagreed with the ordination of women and LGBT people.

"In order to communicate that the invitation to speak at the upcoming conference does not imply an endorsement of the Presbyterian Church in America's views about ordination, we have agreed not to award the Kuyper Prize this year," Princeton Seminary President M. Craig Barnes explained. He had previously noted that the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) "prevents women and LGBTQ+ persons from full participation in the ordained Ministry of Word and Sacrament."

Barnes had previously announced that Princeton Seminary would be awarding Keller the annual Kuyper Prize for Excellence in Reformed Theology and Public Witness — named after Dutch Reformed theologian Abraham Kuyper (here are his lectures on Calvinism).

Keller's position — and that of the PCA — is in line with the longstanding tradition of the church, which has viewed homosexual practice as a sin and insisted that since Jesus Christ was a man, only men may be ordained to the ministry.//

It seems that there aren't enough racists from Mississippi to carry on the necessary work of committing hate crimes.

Jerusalem Post  Israel News:


here are still few details available about the suspect’s profile, but he is not in the IDF, not ultra-Orthodox, at some point made aliya and possibly has psychological problems and few friends.

The suspect’s father has also been detained and is being questioned as to whether he knew about the suspect’s activities, including the suspect’s use of an unusually large antenna and other unusual hardware that could have drawn suspicion.

It is unknown how many others might have worked with the suspect, but it is believed that he was the main operator of the scare-spree and might have even acted completely on his own.

As of Thursday, it was still unclear what the suspect’s motivations were for the many threats, which made international headlines and got US President Donald Trump caught up in accusations that he was light on antisemitism when he did not initially harshly condemn the scares as well as desecrations of Jewish graves, which presumably were not connected to the suspect.

Israel intends to indict the suspect in its own courts, but it is unknown as of Thursday whether other countries such as the US might also seek to extradite and try him.

Police spokesman Mickey Rosenfeld told the Post, “This is one of the numerous ongoing police operations that take place with other international security and intelligence organizations in order to try to find suspects.

“This specific investigation was complex in terms of the suspect and its nature, and there was a significant breakthrough in the investigation which led us to make the arrest of the suspect, who lives in southern Israel,” he said.//

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Islamofascist kills two in London...

...and the proper response is to worry about "right-wing movements."

The media has a finely nuanced view of who the enemy is.

Or is it just predictable and scripted?

So, basically, Trump was right...


Maybe he wasn't "wiretapped" but his team was subjected to "electronic surveillance" and the product of that "electronic surveillance", which has NO INTELLIGENCE VALUE AND NOTHING TO DO WITH RUSSIA, was WIDELY DISSEMINATED AMONG THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY.


If there was no intelligence value, why?

It is a mystery, I guess.

It undoubtedly has nothing at all to do with the reason why the IRS audited conservatives.

But, hey, everybody!!!

Russians!!! Let's go to war!!!

If only women teachers could marry.

Nice smile.

More Fake Hate Crimes.

Schenectady man spraypaints swastikas on his own home.

Not enough real Nazis to go around?

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Dead Cthulhu waits dreaming.

Massive anomaly lies beneath Antarctic ice.

They say it is a meteorite, maybe the one that killed 90% of life at the end of the Permian.

Those possessed of occult knowledge know better.

Who links to me?