• RE: Happy Columbus Day!

    @woodman Google will eventually die. Slowly at first, then all of a sudden. Look carefully at Intel and Microsoft to understand the pain of a dying globalist scumbag.
    The bad thing is that the alphabet soup agencies will figure out on which horse to put their monies for the next race. They are maybe completely delusional but they are always ahead of Joe six-pack.
    Read my entries about the Google rat hole and discord to figure that out.

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  • Happy Columbus Day!


    Hmm... Google doesn't seem to be aware of it anymore.

    I think most are aware Christopher Columbus didn't discover America, but it was a good voyage that took hard work, skill, and determination. We didn't come and kill the savage natives. Diseases took them out from voyages long before his arrival. The natives didn't even have wheels (which had been invented 4000 years earlier).

    It's to Googlecot folks.

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  • RE: Free Amy Schumer!

    @b_ she's hungry for a good stiff cock raming down her throat. There's no feminist woman, including lesbians, who's not a cheap whore deep inside.

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  • Free Amy Schumer!



    Fascism has come to America. Not under a swastika. Not under a cross. Not even under an American flag.

    No. Under a WHITE FRAT BOY of privilege swilling cheap beer. Creepily groping his way to the supreme court.


    I DO.

    I am a white male feminist. You shouldn't even believe anything I say, but I have to tell MY TRUTH.

    I've known Amy for ten years. We met at a dive bar in New York.

    I was a college student at the time. She is a struggling comedian.

    She is the funniest, happy go lucky woman I've ever met, and I love her from my <3.

    No, we're not "together." Put that thought from your head. Our relationship is one of loyalty, purity, chivalry, and giving.

    Amy is my queen. The center of my life.

    When I approached her the first time, I was a shy, 20 something kid. But that's NO EXCUSE. What I did was wrong. No excuses. Even though I was naive. What I did was NOT OKAY.

    I asked if I could buy her a drink. That is what started me down this long journey.

    This is no rom com storyline. I didn't sweep Amy off her feet. How could I.

    She is a woman of unparalleled gravitas.

    She told me in no uncertain terms I, in approaching her, was perpetuating RAPE . Indeed I was. I had at that time wanted to enter her.

    When she left that first night with a well dressed tall man, probably her driver , I was taken aback, and committed myself to get my act together.

    As a white man, I knew it may be impossible to make myself worthy of her approval. But would I give up?

    Sure, I could have taken the easy way out, and identified as a gender nonbinary, but that would have been a cop out. I desperately sought Amy's love and approval, and told myself, no matter what, I would bear that weight, for both of us.

    Well, its been a long slog, but since those days, I can say with pride that Amy has let me in. No, not sexually. We are above that.

    She's allowed me to continue in her presence for these years, and it has been wonderful. She is the center of my world.

    She is a GOOD WOMAN, and for protesting against serial rapist Brett Kavanaugh, is locked up.

    She is subsisting now on a merely minimal calorie intake, in JAIL, and this could go on for days. Her uncle Chuck has been fighting the good fight, and will bail her out asap.

    In the meantime, all donations are appreciated. Amy is hungry. You can't understand HOW HUNGRY Amy is. She needs to eat!

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  • Constitutionalist Swann Songs

    Ben Swann popped up in my recommended videos this week.

    Youtube Video

    I realized I hadn't seen anything from Ben in a while. Figured it had something to do with pizza.

    After watching his cogent video, "Three Constitutional Reasons Why Kavanaugh Should Not Be On Supreme Court," I realized Ben had simply lost the plot.

    Far be it from me to denigrate the Constitution, but we are passed the point where politics is really about the Constitution.

    Individualism, the rule of law, privacy and rights. These once great principles were reflections of the stability, security, and consensus in governance we once had.

    History knows no stability. In our time, as political insecurity raises its head, individualism and reliance on law recede. Beyond symbolic value as a rallying point for the Right, the Constitution is now just a political football for whatever clique rules the court.

    When political divides, animated by a strong moral component and rooted in geographical regions, are in play, violence becomes a very real possibility. This is as true today with the coastal elites ranged against the inner provinces, as it was in the run up to the American civil war.

    There's a very real possibility, if the Democrats take Congress, that we will see impeachment proceedings on the President. We're in a pitched battle between a tentative house cleaning operation in the person of Trump, and "the Empire strikes back," in the persons of Mueller, Rod Rosenstein and the rest of the corrupt Justice department and FBI brass. And it goes deep into the identity and moral sense of both sides, and to their deep economic interests.

    We may well see mobs of protesters and counter-protesters clash in DC, with the local DC political machine dispersing the crowds, or the military stepping in. Perhaps both will enter the fray, beholden to different interests and with opposing sympathies, depending who is president at the time.

    In times like these, constitutional issues of executive authority may come before the supreme court. Which side do we want using force to put down the other side? Would you rather have a Kavanaugh or a Kagan?

    Swann, among others, just isn't adapting to this new post-libertarian reality.

    Our present constitutional republic isn't going to last long. The kind of global capitalism we now have isn't self equilibrating. Bezos and co. are not our friends.

    The Supreme court has always been about getting around the constitution as written, to reflect realities of real political and economic power.

    The founders made it so that amending the constitution is difficult, near prohibitive when the people are divided. Have we ever been more divided?

    That inelasticity led to civil war, once north and south were so divided that no consensus could form. Force majore held the union together then.

    Today, consensus is impossible. Our divides are as big as they were in the 1860s. The high court is going to be a political instrument one way or another. Is it better to have a Kavanaugh than a Kagan picking dictators?

    This is a time of practical necessity, not of principles. Politics has been characterized both as "war by other means" and as "the art of the possible." Both are true, now more than ever.

    So, Ben, stop providing cover for enemies like Bezos, who would gladly use his loot to destroy liberty, without regard for principle. And quit cock blocking Trump on his court appointees, for some principle they supposedly violated!

    This is a time for practicality, not for rigid principles to preserve something that no longer exists.

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  • RE: Kavanaugh, Another Viewpoint.

    @woodman interesting info, and you could potentially go much deeper and it sure would be more and more interesting.
    Interesting but not surprising.
    Now absent a violent revolution or a global catastrophe, how would you expect the elites not to be renewed in a healthy manner?
    Never cease to be cynical.


    *Nevertheless, the difference in D's vs R's in effectively opposing our Deep Black Swamp is not blinding. Sessions chose from a list of 14, he chose Kavanaugh. Kavanaugh helped cover up the Vince Foster 'suicide', and has been a reliable shot blocker for the DBS through his career, George Webb has a lot of this discussion today.

    The picture is emerging, tho I think George ahead of his data just now, of very long-term fostering of careers in infiltration of government with DBS careerists. But, George has a hell of a track record in these things. And repeats that Kavanaugh is a good friend of Rosenstein. And, I think that some of the college associates of Kavanaugh were credible, said Kavanaugh was not what he claims. All the good data was buried under the crap.

    And Kavanaugh appears to be a Conservative, can go on working to subvert the Constitution.

    The major thing I see wrong with the hypothesis is that it has worked so much better than the average DBS operation it is hard to believe they had anything to do with it. Really, the same people writing scripts for Brennan and Clapper?

    But, who knows, different operatons, different teams. I think George is correct to say the organization is one of 'operations', from assassinations to recruitment for different kinds of operations. That is pretty solid, part of normal security, control and tracking of time and assets, with experts allocated to tasks as needed, so the operation gets a manager with assigned human and equipment resources, a budget, an operational name is associated with individual NDAs, serious penalties for disclosures.

    If you have followed George's series of researches, the big picture is of a growing international mafia associated with various intelligence and military organizations, covering for each other, helping to evade each other's laws, all the elements beginning from recruits and working their way up. Every visa program is exploited for criminal gain, the number of scams there are going on via permissions of any kind and the many ways they are covered up is fairly amazing*.

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  • Kavanaugh, Another Viewpoint.

    This article is the result of just a little google work. It's not an attack on the man, merely a little trip down a rabbit hole.

    Kavanaugh went to Yale, and that is where Skull and Bones is. Many crazy accusations can be seen on the internet about this secret society. Although he was not a member of Skull and Bones, he surely would have crossed paths with members of it.

    He was a member of Truth and Courage (TNC), nicknamed Titt's N Clits. Some reports of it comment that it was mainly a drinking club and didn't have a tomb such as Skull.

    Kavanaugh was also working under Bush during Sept 10th, 2001.

    I'm not saying this means anything, but you can cherry pick enough data to make this guy look like the people we are against. He came from an elite rich family, and is definately part of the (((club))) or the (((club))) has blackmail on him for life.

    Perhaps his extreme distress during the hearing about the sexual assualt was because this was being held over his head, and now it's exposed. He'll never get a job high up again, regardless, he's done for.

    Also note, according to Urban Dictionary the following words are defined as:

    Boof: Anal sex
    Devils Triangle: 3 Way sex, (2 men, one woman)


    This does not represent my personal opinion of him, but it just goes to show how cherry picking facts about these situations can all come to different conclusions. These facts clearly show, he's part of the evil cabal.

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