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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Slavery vs. Freedom

Kathleen Wynne
That's a photo of Kathleen Wynne -- the Ontario Premier in Canada. She's a feminist who got barefoot, donned a headbag and sat in a corner like an obedient little slave for a shameful little speech in a mosque.

Now, contrast that with Marine Le Pen:
The controversial presidential hopeful was in Lebanon seeking to bolster support ahead of the first round of voting in April.
But the proposed meeting with the Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul-Latif Derian - the most prominent Sunni Muslim cleric in the country - was scrapped at the last minute.
Ms Le Pen said: "You can pass on my respects to the Grand Mufti, but I will not cover myself up."
What a magnificent woman.
A spokesman for the Grand Mufti said Ms Le Pen's aides had been informed beforehand of their requirement for her to wear head covering for the meeting in Lebanese capital Beirut.
Marine Le Pen

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DHS Sec To Oversee Deportation During Guatemala Trip - Sec. Kelly is going to Guatemala and then meeting Sec. Tillerson in Mexico, among other things, to tell the leaders they are taking their citizens back

“DHS Sec To Oversee Deportation During Guatemala Trip”

Sec. Kelly is going to Guatemala and then meeting Sec. Tillerson in Mexico, among other things, to tell the leaders they are taking their citizens back
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About Milo

Regarding Milo:

GatewayPundit: Milo disinvited from CPAC after #NeverTrumpers Release Sordid Audio

From Drudge:

Fox: Breitbart may boot Milo

PublishersWeekly: Simon & Schuster is canceling the publication of 'Dangerous' by Milo Yiannopoulos "After careful consideration."

Milo calls RSBN to discuss CPAC cancellation

Milo's Facebook post responding to backlash
FF 2:00 "I don't want to blame anyone because I've said the things that you've seen. Some of them were very stupidly worded. Some of the wording that I used was dumb. If I could go back, in most cases, you guys know, if I say something outrageous or offensive, in most cases my only regret is that I didn't piss off more people. But in this case, if I could do it again, I wouldn't phrase things the same way because it's led to confusions.
For instance, I was told that one of the numbers that people are fixating on is 13 and the implication that I was advocating for sex between 13 year olds .
Well, the video that came out was edited to include a section where I said that consent was arbitrary and oppressive. But that was from a discussion about affirmative consent on college campuses. That was placed next to a section about 13 year olds to make it look like I was saying that consent with 13 year olds was arbitrary and oppressive. That's not the case.

As noted above, Milo did NOT say what he is accused of stating. The audio was manipulated. By who?

Revealed: #NeverTrump Group That Took Out Milo Is Evan McMullin Campaign Site

I would suggest that his CPAC invite/disinvitation was intentionally set up for an explosive media frenzy to destroy him.

Well lookie there. During a trip to Turkey in 2014 to discuss arming Syrian rebel groups, under the auspices of fighting ISIS, you see Representative Adam Kinzinger appear. Oh yeah, and who’s that other fellow circled in the meeting? ….why that’s our anti-Trump candidate Evan McMullin.
Huh, fancy that.
Spotting Evan McMullin conspicuously standing there in the picture made us want to go back to the CNN file footage from the time and see if he was actually visible in the report they filed from Turkey. Yup, he’s there alright.
Watch and spot him in the background during quite a bit of the footage:
Rep. Kinzinger Discusses Deal Brokered with Syrian Rebels on CNN
Long before anyone heard about Evan McMullin running for President, there he is paling around with #NeverTrump Adam Kinzinger in Turkey chatting with the Muslim Brotherhood affiliates (guise SETF) who are essentially the political arm of ISIS under a differing name.

The declared purpose of the meeting was to discuss who and how to arm the entities within Syria. However, just like in 2012/2013 these same
Brotherhood voices in 2014 are simply trying to present themselves as one thing, only to gain the goal of another. That’s ultimately the story behind the arms deals within The Benghazi Brief. That’s the lesson that should have been learned if the truth contained within the brief were ever to have larger public interest.
Additionally, all that said – it’s connections like these that make other things, like the opposition to Donald Trump, make much more sense.

Recall also...the Paul Ryan event where candidate Trump was invited to speak and then the “pussy” tape came out and he was disinvited,


An Eric Erickson event to which Trump was invited and very publicly disinvited.

This seems to be a NeverTrump strategy.


Milo's updated statement: 
I am a gay man, and a child abuse victim.

I would like to restate my utter disgust at adults who sexually abuse minors. I am horrified by pedophilia and I have devoted large portions of my career as a journalist to exposing child abusers. I've outed three of them, in fact -- three more than most of my critics. And I've repeatedly expressed disgust at pedophilia in my feature and opinion writing. My professional record is very clear.

But I do understand that these videos, even though some of them are edited deceptively, paint a different picture.

I'm partly to blame. My own experiences as a victim led me to believe I could say anything I wanted to on this subject, no matter how outrageous. But I understand that my usual blend of British sarcasm, provocation and gallows humor might have come across as flippancy, a lack of care for other victims or, worse, "advocacy." I deeply regret that. People deal with things from their past in different ways.

As to some of the specific claims being made, sometimes things tumble out of your mouth on these long, late-night live-streams, when everyone is spit-balling, that are incompletely expressed or not what you intended. Nonetheless, I've reviewed the tapes that appeared last night in their proper full context and I don't believe they say what is being reported.

I do not advocate for illegal behavior. I explicitly say on the tapes that I think the current age of consent is "about right."

I do not believe sex with 13-year-olds is okay. When I mentioned the number 13, I was talking about the age I lost my own virginity.

I shouldn't have used the word "boy" -- which gay men often do to describe young men of consenting age -- instead of "young man." That was an error.

I am certainly guilty of imprecise language, which I regret.

Anyone who suggests I turn a blind eye to illegal activity or to the abuse of minors is unequivocally wrong. I am implacably opposed to the normalization of pedophilia and I will continue to report and speak accordingly.
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From Dennis Michael Lynch:
Yesterday, I was walking into a 7-Eleven store to get a cup of coffee. I opened the door and held it open for an African-American man wearing a PENN TRUCKING uniform. He stopped in his tracks when he reached the doorway and asked, “Do I know you?” 
Having never seen this man in my life, I responded, “Maybe you’ve seen me on TV?” 
He looked at my face long and hard, then replied, “No, I don’t watch TV.” 
I smiled and tried moving into the store but he said, “Wait. Seriously, I know you — I’ve just seen you recently.” 
I remained polite and replied, “Have a great day.” 
As I walked away from him, I noticed the other people standing at the coffee counter staring at me — clearly, they were listening to the conversation between myself and the man. 
A few seconds later, the man returns to the store and walks over to me as I am making my coffee. My antennas go up — I’m thinking this guy probably figured out who I am and he doesn’t like my politics. Ready for an altercation, I stand my guard as he holds his cell phone up to my face. 
“This is you”, he proudly exclaims. 
He then hits the play button. I see myself sitting on an Amtrak train talking about my experience in Dearborn, Michigan. I laugh, “Yes, that is me.” He sticks out his hand and says, 
“You are my hero, brother.” 
I ask, “Really, why is that?” 
He goes on to tell me about the deliveries he makes to Michigan every few months. “Fred” is a truck driver, and when he goes to Dearborn he cannot believe the changes taking place. “The entire place is written in Arabic. People are dressed in full black dresses from head to toe, their faces are all covered. I don’t like it at all, the place is a mess,” he says. 
I ask, “Did you vote for Trump?” 
He replies, “F*ck yes.” 
The woman next to me is making herself a cup of coffee. She stops and asks, “Can I see that video?” Fred hands her the cell phone and she hits play. Fred says, “What he shows in the video is true.” 
The woman then hits pause and hands the phone back to Fred. “I’ve seen this video — you look different in person,” she says to me. Fred and the lady tell me they’ve shared the video with all of their friends and family. 
To date, just on YouTube alone, it’s been watched more than 2 million times. Tack on the Facebook version and the pirated copies of the video, and the estimated number is closer to 10 million. The video speaks for itself. 
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Such Hypervilation! Mass Hysteria?

Yesterday, this essay by Margaret Sullivan appeared in the Style section of the Washington Post:
Could reporters be hunted down if Trump goes after leakers?

For those who care about press rights in America, President Trump’s words last week were stunning and disturbing.

The news media is not merely “scum,” as he has said many times before, but now “the enemy of the American People.”

This tweeted pronouncement, with its authoritarian echoes, came soon after Trump’s vow to stamp out the unauthorized flow of intelligence-community information to journalists. “I’ve actually called the Justice Department to look into the leaks,” he said. “Those are criminal leaks.”

Add up these two elements and you get a troubling question: Will the Trump administration’s crackdown on leaks include journalists as well as their sources?

Some knowledgeable lawyers and academics say it’s unlikely.

“Right now, it’s a deviant practice, certainly not in the ordinary course of business, to subpoena a journalist,” said David Pozen, a Columbia University law professor who wrote the landmark study “The Leaky Leviathan: Why the Government Condemns and Condones Unlawful Disclosures of Information.”

But, Pozen told me: “If we’re in a new paradigm, that could change.”

That such things are changing already was evident in Trump’s statement, quoted above, about making an assignment for Justice Department officials — who, after all, are supposed to operate with a measure of independence, choosing their own cases, not as corporate functionaries reporting to the chief executive.

As for a new paradigm, it — or something else quite weird — was on full display in that news conference in which Trump hardly stopped attacking the assembled news media.


And folks, we don’t live in Normal Town any more....
Read the rest HERE.



What Donald Trump is calling for — and what WE THE PEOPLE demand — is that the media tell the truth and report facts. There is nothing hateful about a call for the truth.

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Feds Establish Support Program for Victims of Criminal Aliens

Feds Establish Support Program for Victims of Criminal Aliens
Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary John F. Kelly ordered the director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to create a program to assist the victims of crimes committed by illegal aliens. The program creates a liaison and authorizes the disclosure of suspect immigration statuses and other pertinent data. 
Kelly ordered the acting ICE director to immediately reallocate any and all resources that were previously allocated to advocate on behalf of illegal aliens to now be used to support VOICE. 
He ordered the immediate termination of any outreach or advocacy services to illegal aliens.

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DHS Sec Kelly:
The surge of immigration at the southern border has overwhelmed federal agencies and resources and has created a significant national security vulnerability to the United States. Criminal aliens have demonstrated their disregard for the rule of law and pose a threat to persons residing in the United States. As such criminal aliens are a priority for removal.
Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.):
Regardless of the White House’s response, this document is an absolutely accurate description of the disturbing mindset that pervades the Trump administration when it comes to our nation’s immigrants

Criminal aliens in the USA are not immigrants.

We see your damned lies.

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Want to Know Who the New NSA Genl McMaster’s is? Check his reading list & 2013 Interview

It’s here. Look for the expanded sidebar READING LIST in the interview.
Interview key lines:
war is still an extension of politics and policy. I think we saw that both in Iraq and Afghanistan; we initially failed to think through a sustainable political outcome that would be consistent with our vital interests, and it complicated both of those wars.
Second, war is an inherently human endeavor. In the 1990s, everyone was quoting Moore’s law and thought it would revolutionize war. We saw this in some of the language associated with the “revolution in military affairs” and “defense transformation.” We assumed that advances in information, surveillance technology, technical-intelligence collection, automated decision-making tools, and so on were going to make war fast, cheap, efficient, and relatively risk free—that technology would lift the fog of war and make warfare essentially a targeting exercise, in which we gain visibility on enemy organizations and strike those organizations from a safe distance. But that’s not true, of course.
Sounds a LOT like someone else:
Thoughts on the reading list:
Thucydides = the DISADVANTAGE of democracies fighting long wars, NOT the article’s author’s comment
Note that Athens vs Sparta appears MORE THAN ONCE.  Kagan’s book is almost as good as A War Like No Other (VD Hanson), but no one on the planet has Hanson’s background in contemporary Greek politics and culture. Both Kagan and Hanson (IMO) make very obvious the weaknesses democracies have in fighting long wars. (So if you have ISIS bottled up in Raqqa – remove Raqqa? And don’t do what’s happening in Mosul? Or in the war since 2001 in general.)
I hope Xi is paying attention over the South China Sea (where they have built REPLICAS of US bases in Okinawa, and Guam, and then launched missiles at their internal replicas from the appropriate distances …pre-emptive attack?), and Khameini’s people take notice. I have confidence the Russians and Chinese love their grandchildren and wish to avoid civilizational level errors (such as ‘if we remove the Pacific Fleet and their offensive power the Americans are bound to show common sense and negotiate a peace’). I have no such confidence about Khameinei who might TRULY have faith hi grandchildren will be better off in paradise.
Other notables in the list:
Army at Dawn = how to be UNPREPARED
Hal Moore’s book = how to behave in combat when you know nothing and walked into a buzz saw
3 of the 4 Contemporary threat books, make him someone to be happy we have in that position

This guy IMO sounds pretty fit for the position.
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Gillian Welch
Hell Among The Yearlings

Caleb Meyer 3:01
Good Til Now 3:53
The Devil Had A Hold Of Me 4:28
My Morphine 5:50
One Morning 2:39
Miner's Refrain 3:54
Honey Now 1:49
I'm Not Afraid To Die 3:25
Rock Of Ages 3:05
Whiskey Girl 4:13
Winter's Come And Gone 2:14

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Monday, February 20, 2017

Leading European Rabbi Warns: Europe’s Synagogues Are No Longer Safe Havens For Jews

From the Express:
Moscow’s Chief Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt, president of the Conference of European Rabbis, was speaking at a conference called “Securing Jewish Communities across Europe”. 
He said: “At the back of almost every Jew’s mind is the possibility of what could happen. “Sadly, in Copenhagen, Brussels and in Paris, that has become a reality. 
“The Jewish community finds itself targeted from a number of directions: from the extreme right, the extreme left and Islamic terrorism.”
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Los Angeles Man, Harim Uziel: "You Guys Take Care of the Illegal Immigrants More Than You Take Care of the Little Homes Who Were Born Here"

I am a hardcore American patriot and a hardcore President Trump supporter. I found out that you guys were a sanctuary city. I grew up in the hood … and it’s a shame that you guys take care of the illegal immigrants more than you take care of the little homies who were born here, like myself…
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Who rules the United States?

There is no better explanation of the meta-struggle that is taking place politically in this country than this Washington Free Beacon article.

It presents a clear explanation of what the meta-struggle is and how the election of Trump did NOT cause it but EXPOSED it. Read the whole thing but here are some highlights and my editorial comments.

There are two separate systems of government now in competition with each other that have been going on for decades now and are finally exposed to the public by the election of President Trump.

The last few weeks have confirmed that there are two systems of government in the United States. The first is the system of government outlined in the U.S. Constitution—its checks, its balances, its dispersion of power, its protection of individual rights. Donald Trump was elected to serve four years as the chief executive of this system. Whether you like it or not.The second system is comprised of those elements not expressly addressed by the Founders. This is the permanent government, the so-called administrative state of bureaucracies, agencies, quasi-public organizations, and regulatory bodies and commissions, of rule-writers and the byzantine network of administrative law courts. (OTHERWISE KNOWN AS the Government-Media Academia Complex with its hand maiden of these elites - the bureaucracy) This is the government of unelected judges with lifetime appointments who, far from comprising the "least dangerous branch," now presume to think they know more about America's national security interests than the man elected as commander in chief. 
For some time, especially during Democratic presidencies, the second system of government was able to live with the first one. (and we are wells aware of that ‘cooperation’ – the Uni-party of donkeys and elephants) But that time has ended. The two systems are now in competition. And the contest is all the more vicious and frightening because more than offices are at stake. This fight is not about policy. It is about wealth, status, the privileges of an exclusive class. (The ELITES) But here's the difference. Legislative roadblocks, adversarial journalists, and public marches are typical of a constitutional democracy. They are spelled out in our founding documents: the Senate and its rules, and the rights to speech, a free press, and assembly. Where in those documents is it written that regulators have the right not to be questioned, opposed, overturned, or indeed fired, that intelligence analysts can just call up David Ignatius and spill the beans whenever they feel like it? "What truly matters," Trump said in his Inaugural Address, "is not which party controls our government, but whether our government is controlled by the people."By any historical and constitutional standard, "the people" elected Donald Trump and endorsed his program of nation-state populist reform. Yet over the last few weeks America has been in the throes of an unprecedented revolt. Not of the people against the government—that happened last year—but of the government against the people. What this says about the state of American democracy, and what it portends for the future, is incredibly disturbing.

Who rules the United States? The simple and terrible answer is we do not know. But we are about to find out.


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