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Trump may yet win. After all, the Chimp did.flatulent-penguin

Twice.

Bear this in mind.

Then again, Trump was not running as a Republican.

Until now.

Which may just cost him the election.

Americans don’t want Chester the Molester in the White House, certainly. But what they want even less than that is Mitt Romney without the good head of hair.

And that is Trump’s real problem.

Not that he is a gassy bully.penguin

But rather that he has morphed into a gassy elephant.

Trump’s appeal, initially, was that he appeared to be using the Republican Party as the necessary means of securing a major party nomination so as to actually become president, rather than a Ross Perotian (or Gary Johnsonian) footnote in history.

But he did not appear to be a Republican.

He didn’t cop suck. He didn’t seem to have a war boner. He talked about scaling back the empire; demanded that our “allies” foot the bill for their “defense.” He talked about the interests of Americans – as opposed to the interests of the establishment, dictated to Americans by the establishment. The crony-capitalist nexus that owns – and so, runs – the country for its benefit and which periodically trots out front men – all of them fundamentally the same – for us to choose from (Tweedledee – or Tweedledum?) so as to give us saps our necessary illusion of consent.

Trump seemed to be not another cuckold. He mentioned the unmentionable things.         gop-draft-dodgers

This earned him the hatred of the Republican establishment, which (like the Democrat establishment) loves war and the police state at home it has spawned.

Among other things.

He dared mention – dared to criticize – the establishment’s obvious determination (for several equally obvious reasons) to transfer as much of the population of Mexico and other such places to America, while Americans are subjected to felony-arrest gropes and scans at airports. Don’t get “free” education for their kids or medical treatment or much of anything else except more and higher taxes.

Which they have no choice about paying.

He poked politically incorrect balloons.

Many of us (this writer included) loved him for this. Loved watching him bunch up the panties of the frauds who run the GOP. To say nothing of the Democrats and their fatuous hand-signing/diversity-mongering safe space talk. koch-brothers

Even more so that he did not seemed owned. For once.

At last!

The Koch brothers hated him. Which made us love him all the more.

He talked about the devastating effect of over-regulation on American employers, who are thereby motivated to ship employment overseas, where regulations are less onerous. About “trade” deals that are “free” in the same way that “contributions” to Social Security are voluntary.

The hatred of the establishment for Trump earned him the nomination. Americans forgave him his gaffes.

But the disheveled Donald who waddled onto the stage Sunday night like a flatulent penguin, mumbling somnolent establishment talking points … what the hell? Did they show him the Zapruder film from a different angle?zapruder-film

Something happened.

This Donald looked tired, beaten – like the “ideas” (if they can be called such) he mouthed not at all convincingly.

Did he challenge Madame Secretary on any substantive point?

If he did, I missed it.

Instead, he dragged her husband’s admittedly sordid track record onto the stage so as to make his own recently revealed sordidness appear not quite as sordid. Mr. Clinton abused women worse than I did.trump-billboard

The vastly worse abuse of the entire American public was not only not mentioned, it – per usual – was taken as given.

Every back-and-forth premised on the legitimacy of two “leaders” dictating to us at gunpoint (what it always comes down to) what “we” are going to be doing.

On the issue of health care, for instance.

Donald now talks about repealing and replacing Obamacare. Which means whether he or Hillary is elected you will still be compelled at gunpoint (try saying “no, thanks” and observe the result) to buy an insurance policy you would otherwise perhaps prefer not to – which may or may not provide “care” you perhaps neither needed nor wanted.

When Donald talked about repealing Obamacare – no more mandate to send money to the insurance mafia – he staked out a position different not just from Hillary’s but also from Mitt’s and McCain’s and Rubio’s and Cruz’s.

We forgot about his ridiculous orange comb-over.penguin-last

The guy seemed to be on our side – not on the insurance mafia’s side.

He did not, at first, scare-talk about the “threat” of terr in typically Republican style. He seemed almost reasonable. At least, realistic. Now he brays (in between sniffles) as belligerently about Iran and other “threats” to “our freedom” as The Chimp ever did.

It must have been the Zapruder film.

The one we don’t get to see. The one you only get to see if you have a real ,er, shot at possibly becoming president.

Then they take you into a room and roll film.

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88 COMMENTS

  1. It’s kind of funny that Trump would take any advice from these GOP’ers who can’t win a primary, or attract a crowd to hear them speak. The ones advising him to become more “presidential” in his rhetoric had diddly to do with his success as a candidate so far.

    Doing what he’s doing is what causes people to come out to hear him speak. It can’t be his public speaking skills, which are pretty poor, but it’s a sure bet that he’s not popular because he’s the GOP candidate. Those assholes bore everyone to tears with their whiny bullshit. The people following Trump are, most likely, people who have had it with the stupid party’s snivelling and kowtowing to the Marxists.

    I think he’s drawing crowds because he calls Hillary “Crooked Hillary” and observes that the systems, all of them we’re stuck with, are rigged. The way he just easily shut down every other candidate for the nomination has to be a result of people being fed up with the GOP.

    Anyway, this election has actually been entertaining at times, where every other one in the past 40 years has been a snooze fest when it wasn’t infuriating to observe. Trump is actually turning out to be a republican after all. Surprise.

  2. Only 2 Dick Feibels. A 78 yr old in West Palm Beach. And a 72 yr old in Shreveport. We’re still at a loss, when it comes to defending ourselves against heroes. But bitter old geezers who use capslock. Those we can manage.

  3. I thought a “schwestern” was a Jewish western? (To quote The Simprons: “Contrary to popular belief, there were some Jewish cowboys. Big guys, who were good shots and spent money freely”) 😀

    • Hi Nunzio,

      Hey, this is off topic a bit, but have a look at the hate mail I just got from MR. ALL CAPS RICHARD FEIBEL:

      From: richard feibel
      To: Eric Peters
      Sent: Friday, October 14, 2016 3:03 PM
      Subject: remarks

      i don t use reply because it goes to rockwells site and his god damn eric ass hole .if he doesnt like what you say he stops it as evidently peters you are as well,a god damn wall street whore playing the foil for the zionist government .i know more about the auto bus.than you do in a thousand more yrs.and cars .how many have you wrench ass hole!! i was building cars from scratch when you were sucking hind tit!! fuck you, i won t write any thing again on this shit site.Clover

            • Indeed… it helped pay for all those English grammar and spelling lessons… in order to make it easier for me to dupe the public on behalf of my Zionist paymasters!

                • israelislam = isalmisrael

                  jewish mammonism = baphomet

                  muslim broherhood = mahomet

                  desert death cults, same two faced hermaphrodite devil

                  “Looked at from this point of view the apparent insanity of our government’s foreign policy is revealed as a piece of shrewd calculating logic, put into effect in order to promote the Jewish idea of a struggle for world-mastery.” ~ Mein Kampf, The Right to Self-Defense

                  • Clarence,

                    Der Fuhrer rejected the individual’s right to self-defense (and everything else relating to the individual’s right to decide for himself how to order his own life).

                    For Der Fuhrer, there was only the Volk – which he presumed to embody. In other words, Hitler’s will was the manifestation of the will of the Volk. To disagree with Hitler was treason to the Volk.

                    Do you buy that?

                    I don’t.

                    I reject any collective’s right to control and direct my life. Especially given that there is no such thing. Only individuals who presume to represent the collective.

                    Hitler was, in his essence, far worse than Hillary. Or at least, they are/were the same type. Authoritarian control freaks who demand obedience or else.

                    I’m a Libertarian. Which means I respect your (and every other person’s) right to control their own life, to live it as you see fit – so long as whatever you’re doing causes no tangible harm to others.

                    Hitler (and Hillary and Trump) profoundly disagree with this idea.

                    Hillary vs. Trump is not unlike the “difference” between Hitler and Stalin. National socialism vs. international communism.

                    The collective, either way.

                    Authoritarianism, either way.

                    PS: No ululating “Islamic Terrist” has taken away any of my freedoms. It has been done for the most part by white Christian men like the Chimp.

                    • “I have been just as furious as you at the compilation of lies which the communist and Semitic elements of our government have leveled against me and practically every other commander. In my opinion it is a deliberate attempt to alienate the soldier vote from the commanders, because the communists know that soldiers are not communistic, and they fear what eleven million votes (of veterans) would do.”— George PattonClover

                    • And what does the Patton quote mean, exactly, Clarence?

                      As is typical of this sort of rhetoric, it is a pastiche of generalities. An emotional appeal without substance.

                    • What makes you think Chuck Schumer and Michael Bloomberg are friends of mine? Do you suppose a Libertarian who defends the right to defend oneself supports taking away the means of self defense?

                      And in re German: I though you would have preferred that we speak it, given your admiration for Der Fuhrer?

                    • “If it wasn’t for white Christians with guns, you would be speaking German today… ”
                      LOL – Hitler couldn’t even cross the Channel to mount a successful invasion of England. How was he going to cross the Atlantic?

                    • Hi Phillip,

                      Yup!

                      And, actually, he has history all screwed up, too.

                      He should have written: “If it weren’t for atheistic communists”… we’d be speaking German today.

                      The Soviet Union bled National Socialist Germany to death. “White Christians” from America and France and Germany merely swept up the debris.

                    • eric, PtB, I was reading a work of fiction by Mark Helprin ‘In Sunlight or In Shadow” and the main character is a Jewish soldier who’s returned from hell several times over in the European theatre of WWll.

                      He has a family inherited business and the Mafia is killing it, extorting more money than he can pay and has killed one worker and beaten him to within an inch of his life. The problem is the govt., local to the federal along with the cops, to the very top don’t try to do anything about it.

                      Now he’s caught in a dilemma of breaking the law to save himself, his wife and his business. So here are his thought processes from the book.

                      “My enemy is not the law” he found himself saying under his breath as we walked–talking to himself was not a good sign—“but the enemy of the law, against which the law is too weak to defend itself. If the law is complicit in crime, is it the law?

                      If, when not complicit,it not only fails to protect but proscribes self protection, then it is not law but fraud. Anarchy arises not from those who defend themselves by natural right, but from officials who fail in their calling, look the other way, succumb to threats and blackmail, or who are themselves criminal. If without defending me the law says I can’t defend myself, it is no longer the law, and I have to defy it.”

                      Not often I read something like this in fiction.

                  • PS: In re “death cults”…

                    National Socialist Germany and Soviet Russia, together, racked up the highest body count of victims the world has ever seen. Conservative estimates range from 30 to 50 million people.

                    Sieg Heil?

                    Nein, danke.

                    • Why the hell do SF guys troll libertarian sites?

                      I can’t think of a worse place to sell their collectivist nonsense.

                      Nazi-Clover?

                    • But there are many others in the millions. Mao, and others throughout asia. Building a utopia means killing all the non-believers.

      • Hi, Eric,

        LOL @ that Dick, errr Richard guy!

        We shouldn’t have to be concerned with imbeciles like that. In a truly free world with a free market, they could do nothing more than scrub toilets to subsist. But unfortunately, in a republic-turned-democracy, such people have as much clout as a full-functioning human being. They vote, and we pay the price 🙁 Score one for Killary.

        Could you ever imagine something having gone so wrong in your life at some point, that you’d end up like that guy? (Dick, not Killary). Kind of makes us grateful for what we are when we read stuff like that, eh?

  4. When Trump first came on the scene as a candidate, I was getting a little excited, but with reservations -asking myself “Does he sincerely believe and stand for the things he says, or is he just saying them because he knows that a significant amount of good ol’ reglur ‘Mercans want to hear such things?”.

    I really wasn’t sure of the answer to that question, until he picked Pense as his running mate.

    That ended the illusion. Trump isn’t that stupid, but he knows that a good number of voters are.

    Thank you, Donald. As per usual, I won’t have to waste my time or gas going to the polls.

    • Hi Ma,

      I’m a Libertarian, not a Republican!

      That means I oppose control freaks of all persuasions, “left” (Hillary) or “right” (Trump).

      I supported Trump (kinda-sorta) contra Hillary because he seemed to at least be opposed to the Republican Party’s quest for corporate Lebensraum all over the world, didn’t beat the Bible or talk about “values.” He criticized the GOP establishment and earned their loathing. I admired him for this.

      Then he morphed into a Republican.

      He talks about “hammering” ISIS, just like a Republican. Cop sucks. No longer talks about getting rid of “health care” imposed at bayonet point.

      Very disappointing.

      • LiberTARDians… acolytes of Ayn Rand, who was a crypto communist Jew and progenitor of godless open borders globalism plaguing the West today…

        The Golden Calf has grown up to be a hollow Bronze Bull… Mammonism and Bolshevism are Jewish stepsisters.

        The IMF Jews are in bed with the Turks, Saudis, and NATO, they are worried about a Trump audit of the Federal Reserve… and about Trump and Putin teaming up to destroy them once and for all…

        Trump is a vote for peace, and peace does not make money for the weapon industry. The pseudo secular media and their globalist masters profit from destabilization.

        Retaining control of US foreign policy is what drives Hillary’s flying monkeys… along with the millions Goldman Sachs and the Saudis have paid her.

        • Clarence,

          Rand wasn’t a Libertarian. She did not accept as a fundamental the non-aggression principle (NAP) which defines Libertarian morality.

          She was an advocate of something very different.

          Though she derided “conservatives,” she was arguably one such herself. She did not reject in principle the use of government force to impose order, to control and direct. Like “conservatives,” she agreed with this in principle (see, for an example, her defense of the Apollo Program).

          And she was very totalitarian with regard to her “sense of life” – which she regarded as an absolute. She demanded that others share her tastes in music and architecture and that to disagree with her amounted to a moral failing.

          So, criticize Libertarians if you like – but don’t confuse us with acolytes of Rand.

          As far as Trump: His rhetoric is boilerplate Republican. The Islamic bogeyman. Worship of cops (i.e., the state’s enforcers). Rhetoric – evil rhetoric – in defense of the “war” on some “drugs” (those arbitrarily decreed to be illegal).

          And I guess you are unaware of his conventionally Republican genuflecting before the Israeli lobby, just like the rest of them?

          I had high hopes for Trump, by the way.

          But has lately proved to be a big disappointment.

            • In other words, force (superior force) = right.

              I didn’t work out so well for Der Fuhrer, did it?

              Or, for that matter, you.

              You dislike the regime that rules this country – but it rules using force.

              By your own standard, shouldn’t you bend knee to this “aristocratic principle of Nature”?

              I and other Libertarians reject the idea that force = right. So we have a moral basis for objecting to the current regime. You, on the other hand, do not.

              PS: Your other comments were deleted because they contained no arguments, just profanity and insults – the weapons of those who lack arguments.

            • This “Clarence Spangle” character seems to be a pretty typical so-called “Aryan Warrior.” A cowardly little nut job spewing garbage while shivering in fear down in momma’s basement. He would no doubt need new underwear if he had to deal with any of his imagined ‘racial enemies’ in person. Or even if his momma caught him.

              Of course it could be also some wacko leftist attempting to smear libertarians using guilt by association. Wouldn’t be the first time.

              • Hi Jason,

                As a kid, when I first read about National Socialism, I was puzzled by the doctrine’s virulent anti-communism. Same fundamental “theology” – with the major significant difference being that “god” is the racial group as opposed to the an economic group. But always the group. And in each case, the “group” is never dissected, to reveal what is really being talked up: The absolute rule of an individual (Fuhrer or Vozhd) who pretends to be the conduit for the interests/hopes/dreams of the group.

    • Hi Chris,

      If he shuts about “fighting terror,” stops cop sucking and other such boilerplate GOP nostrums, I may revisit my decision to stay home four weeks hence.

      • Hi Tuanorea,

        Pence is already “coming out of the closet”… if Trump somehow manages to win, expect a very Republican administration. Pence will be Cheney to Trump’s Chimp.

        The buffoon front man, with the lever puller behind him.

          • Yes, your comparison is more accurate, PTB. The trouble with the characterization of Pence as Cheney is that Trump isn’t retarded. It’s pretty much common knowledge that W is retarded. That isn’t a joke, the guy really is a retard.

            I can see Pence as an undermining influence like Wobbly was to Raygun. Ronnie wasn’t particularly bright himself and Wobbly has a kind of low animal cunning. He usually stopped just barely short of poking Raygun in the eye, but he was always blocking him in one way or the other.

  5. I’m voting for Trump. He’s not interested in nuclear war, he’s interested lowering taxes, and he won’t come after the guns or put judges in who will come after the guns. For that, he has my vote. After all, one of these creatures will become Dear Leader. When the warden comes to your cell and asks you if you want the gas chamber or lethal injection, which do you choose? Spit in his face and say “You choose”? Fair enough, but I fear not enough people understand who the Klintons are. The enemies Trump has made should give you a clue as to what the establishment wants here.

  6. I think this election has already been decided for us (for our own good). Hillary may as well be the only candidate on the ballot. Hate to say it but us “voters” have been duped. Yet again.

    Things have to get much worse before most people even give a sh*t.

  7. > Mr. Clinton abused women worse than I did.

    I caught that moment, and that struck me as being the least-successful attempt to deflect blame that I’ve seen in decades.

    He’s a truly despicable person. Only marginally better than Clinton (either of them). The Republicans must be truly regretting their Faustian bargain to let him run on their ticket.

    • Hi Chip,

      Agreed – but looking back, the alternatives were pretty horrible, too. Cruz? Rubio? Christie? The entire GOP is riddled with such. Same goes for the Democratic Party.

      Stalin or Hitler?

      That’s basically the “choice” we’re faced with.

      • You may not be aware of it but the MSM is going nuts because they figured out Johnson is getting votes Hil would get and not the Donald as everyone assumed. Right on time(sic)the NYT’s has been running Johnson down fast and furiously.

        Plenty polls show millenials, military and a great many retirees see the Donald and Hil in the same light. This is enough of the population to Naderize Hil, one of those OMG moments for the Dems.

        • Re: Johnson/Weld,

          I have the sneaking suspicion that Johnson/Weld are shills for the PTB.

          It’s no question that they are LINOs. Libertarians In Name Only.
          https://www.lewrockwell.com/2016/06/walter-e-block/hillary-bernie-donald-gary/

          Excerpt: “Why am I being relatively more harsh with Gary than with Donald? It is due to the fact that the former is running on the Libertarian Party ticket, and the main present purpose of this organization, given that its standard bearer will not be the next president of the US (I am going out on a limb, here) is to promote liberty, not win. This task if difficult to accomplish for a non-principled libertarian who takes numerous positions incompatible with that philosophy. (What is it with the LP anyway? Apart from Ron Paul and Harry Brown, only a mere two or three others fit this bill. For example, Bob Barr, the candidate of 2008, was an unmitigated disaster; far worse, even, than Gary Johnson. Several of the leading candidates, beaten by our nominee, confessed that they had never read Murray Rothbard, never even heard of him; that they rejected the NAP; these are leading libertarians?). And this is to say nothing of Johnson’s choice for VP of the LP: William Weld. The less said about him from a libertarian point of view the better.”

          But what is the PTB agenda? Why have they been fronted by them?

          I suspect it’s a calculated attempt by the PTB to discredit “libertarianism” as a viable alternative altogether, by debasing it, by making it just another unprincipled option on the statist political spectrum, and deprive it of its unique moral stature.

          • “I have the sneaking suspicion that Johnson/Weld are shills for the PTB.”
            Weld has come straight out and said that it would be a disaster if Trump wins. He would rather see Illary in the Oval Orifice

            • Dear Phil,

              Didn’t know that. But I am not the least bit surprised.

              Johnson is bad enough. Weld is far worse.

              Having them run on the “Libertarian Party” ticket essentially means that the Libertarian Party itself is no longer a party that actually champions libertarianism. It means that it has become a shill.

              Now that is bad enough. But what’s even worse is the debasement of the term “libertarianism” and the smearing of the concept of “libertarianism”.

              This is also a ploy of the PTB. It is Orwellian Newspeak, which even many of fellow champions of liberty don’t fully understand.

              Orwellian Newspeak is not merely “false advertising”. It is not merely “false labeling”. It is far more insidious than that.

              Orwellian Newspeak is what morphed the term “liberal” into its opposite, and forced genuine liberals, aka “classical liberals” to invent the term “libertarianism” to distinguish themselves from authoritarian collectivists who have appropriated the term “liberal”.

              Now the PTB are doing the same thing to the term “libertarian”. The motive behind this is simple. Eliminate all terms that denote or even connote natural rights and individual liberty.

              By depriving champions of freedom any and all terms that identify natural rights and individual liberty, the PTB make it difficult to 1. grasp the concept of natural rights and individual liberty, and 2. advocate natural rights and individual liberty.

              That is the real evil behind Orwellian Newspeak.

            • Just saw this in my inbox. Right on the mark.

              http://www.thedailysheeple.com/6-major-media-conspiracies-happening-right-in-front-of-your-eyes_102016

              “Woven into the ever-evolving narrative of the mainstream media are key plot lines, hidden in the sub-text of so-called current events, going for the most part unnoticed by the public. We could say this happens by chance but since we already know the structure and purpose of corporate media, this would be naive and dangerously forgiving of an organization that plays an authoritative role in manufacturing reality. “

              • Bevin,

                Thanks! (And you too Peters for having the site.)

                I’ve never had cable and I quit watching the fear box when Glorious Leader banned analog. (I saw The Running Man and figured digital was instituted for a reason.)

                That article gave me great insight as to why my family, friends, and fellow man are so epistemologically fucked up.

                • You bet, amigo!

                  If I could, I’d write in Megillah Gorilla… but my state uses the laptop touch screen machines and you can only choose Red or Blue.

                  No thanks to both!

                • Once good old dependable, long range analog was gone(tv and telephone), that was it for me. It would have cost me $1,000+ in just such as tower, antenna and booster……fuck that. For what? So I could see 3 of the sorriest tv stations to ever exist. Maybe I’m too hard on them. I grew up in tv hell but after hitting the road and sampling tv all over the country I realized tv was hell. My wife and I didn’t own or care about tv for many years. Only when we chose to blow money on satellite tv did we get anything worth watching such as the movie channels. The only thing a local channel ever had that was good to watch was back in the 50’s when Slim Willet and the Brushcutters would be live on KRBC. Black and white left a lot to the imagination or rather little imagination since the clothes all had to be chosen for black and white transmission. Of course back then we lived in a black and white world since it virtually didn’t rain the first 7 years of my life.

                  • I gave up TV(and radio) over 25 years ago. Hard to believe that it’s even worse today than it was then, but I know it is. If even get within the vicinity of a TV (and they seem to be everywhere today!) I just want to get away from it. The unnatural speech patterns; the noises (WHooooooooSHHHH!BOMMMPHH!), the idiotic commercials, and worst of all the vapid vacuous shows and the nefarious messages they subtly preach. It’s inhuman. Most have become so accustomed to it though, they simply don’t notice, and think it’s perfectly normal.

                    Want to torture me? Lock me in a room with a TV or radio which can’t be turned off. I’d crack within minutes.

                    It’s not just modern TV, either. I looked up some vintage stuff on Youtube that I had remembered from the 60’s and 70’s, just for old-time’s sake.

                    Couldn’t believe how terrible it now appears. It’s one of those things that you just don’t realize until you’ve come out of it and have stepped back from it, and have replaced it with reality and things which are under your own control/of your own making.

      • I’m still voting for Trump. He has stated positions against the further exporting of jobs which has been the linchpin of his campaign. My opinion is that if jobs are brought back into the USA, the wealthier we will be and the better we, collective will be able to beat back tyranny. Tyrannical governments don’t exist when the middle class is strong. Our middle class is the weakest it has been since the 1930’s. Arguably worse I would bet. With regulations and free trade coopting employment options, we have no springboard for recovery.

        • Dear swamprat,

          I can’t bring myself to vote for Trump, the way I could for Ron Paul. But neither do I condemn those who do.

          I must admit I am curious. Would a Trump presidency really bring about “change you can believe in”? Or would it be more of the same? The latter is more likely. But can the former be ruled out entirely? JFK actually was different. Although he originated in the PTB, he turned on them and was assassinated for doing so.

          Would Trump at least reduce the likelihood of WWIII? Huge question mark. We know Clinton will almost certainly provoke a shooting war with Putin. But would Trump in the White House make any damned difference? Most of the contributors at LRC tend to think so. I’d like to think so too, but continue to waver on this point. But not enough to vote for him.

          Cue “Thirteen Days” http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0146309/

          • Hi Bevin,

            If Trump would stop mumbling boilerplate GOP talking points and return to criticizing the wars, the evisceration of the economy for the benefit of the crony capitalist nexus… I’d vote for the orange-haired SOB.

            But his last two debate performances really caused my willy to wilt…

          • The U.S. State Dept. has been infested with communists since WW1 and Woodrow Wilson, they tried to steal the Russian elections for their comrades in the Russian Communist Party through non-profit n.g.o.s… just like at home in America…

            But Vladimir Putin beat them, so they launched a fággot jihad against the Russian Orthodox church over the punk rock band and the Olympics (something Bítch Romney stupidly piled onto) Miss neo-kabbalah lesbian Madonna, now rumored to be a Muslim convert, was flown in to agitate while Hillary was on a world-wide gay pride tour.

            When the Iron Curtain came down the Bolsheviks all fled to the other side because they knew what the Russians would do to them after 100 years of communism. The best thing about Russia getting Crimea back… Catherine the Great took it from the Turks… What happened right after Russia retook Crimea? The Russian FSB searched all the Turks living there… Why? Because NATO sponsors Islamist terrorism when it suits them to.

            The EUSSR needed Libya’s oil, but Muammar Gadaffi decided he wanted gold instead of worthless fiat currency from the EU… What was the first thing NATO did when Gaddafi was deposed besides stealing all of Libya’s gold? Form a new government? NOPE, they formed a new Libyan national bank. Now, why would they do that? Because even if Muammar was deposed, he and his heirs would still be the sole proprietors!

            While Leon Puñettas was so busy with gay pride celebrations at the Pentagon, three Navy Seals and a U.S. ambassador were murdered, all because everyone was being so fúcking gay.

            Like with the nonsense in Syria, the U.S. State Department armed terrorist rebels to get rid of Gadaffi, the same ones that killed Ambassador Stevens and stole weapons from that secret armory in the basement… It was easy to dispose of the hated Muammar Gaddafi, but Bashar al Assad has friends… JUST LIKE ISIS IN SYRIA.Clover

            Syria and Ukraine are the same scenario as Serbia… NATO, under the direction of Jéws Albright and Clark, bombed Serbia so the IMF Jéws could make loans for rebuilding and get control of Serbian iridium assets… while Saudi non-profit n.g.o.s kept the KLA terrorists well fed and well armed… JUST LIKE ISIS IN SYRIA.

            Albanian Muslims now operate human slaughterhouses in Kosovo where they rip out the organs of Christians to sell to Turkey and Saudi Arabia… How is Hillary Clinton’s “reset button” working out for America, comrade?

            The banksters need a war desperately right now. They’ve tried so hard in Syria and it just hasn’t worked. Now they’ve got crazy Trump actually saying we should stay out of the Middle East and focus on our own problems, and people are listening… What’s a self-respecting globalist financier to do?Clover

            Without the US military killing people and breaking things, there is no future growth path for them. So they send their puppets like Kasich and Romney out to talk up the fight against “evil” and threaten Russia and China, hoping to fool those dumb white ‘Murkins one more time into sending their sons off to die for God and Country and Goldman Sachs.

            The IMF is in bed with the Turks, Saudis, and NATO, they are worried about a Trump audit of the Federal Reserve… and about Trump and Putin teaming up to destroy them once and for all… Trump is a vote for peace, and peace does not make money for the weapon industry. The pseudo secular media and their globalist masters profit from destabilization.Clover

            Retaining control of US foreign policy is what drives Hillary’s flying monkeys… along with the millions Goldman Sachs and the Saudis have paid her.

            • Clarence,

              You appear to be very much opposed to communism. Wonderful – so am I!

              But you also appear to admire national socialism – which is merely a variant of the same fundamental thing: Coercive collectivism; authoritarianism.

              This makes no sense to me.

              Why would you be ok with having your life controlled and directed by a national socialist thug but object to being controlled and directed by a communist thug?

              Are they not both thugs?

              Perhaps you feel yourself part of the Volksgemeinschaft?

              Aber, was passierte when your kameraden decide that you must do this (or not do that) and it conflicts with what you’d prefer to do or not do?

              Are you a vassal? A willing slave to the “community” – as defined by whomever rises to the Führerschaft thereof?

              I’ve found that my “racial kinsmen” are by no means automatically my friends because we share skin color and ethnic ancestry. An authoritarian asshole is just that – an authoritarian asshole – whether he’s an “Aryan” or a Jew or anything else.

        • Hi Swamp,

          Yes, agreed – but he has been so inarticulate (and, frankly, muddled) lately that I am losing – have lost – most of the enthusiasm I once felt. His agreeing with Hillary on the “need” for government health care made me feel ill.

          • The interesting thing too, about retaining those American jobs, is how exactly he’d go about doing it? If it were by making America a place where it pays to do business, i.e. one in which taxes were low and regulations few; and where unions had no power to dictate economic and political practices, then maybe the Trumpster could accomplish that objective, while keeping those companies competitive, and by not having to force we-the-consumers to buy over-priced shoddily-made garbage.

            But, if on the other hand, he does tries to accomplish such an objective by imposing import tariffs and/or punishing companies for doing what is fiscally sound, then we are all going to be screwed.

            In the early days of his run, Trump made it sound like he was for the former. Recently, he sounds more like he is for the latter.

            And either way, I think we will be looking at WW3, because “they” have no exit strategy for the mess they have created over the last 100 years in this country. How do they get rid of white elephants like Social Security and Medicare? How do they continue to maintain or replace a humongous infrastructure that is old and crumbling? [etc]

            To abandon their pet socialist projects, would be to admit they are not all-knowing or all powerful; that their economic schemes were just ploys to steal the wealth of the people and fund social change, and are obviously not sustainable.

            They can’t admit these things to the public, or they would lose their power and control. People en-mass would not tolerate it. When one’s idol is shown to be a mere dumb pice of wood, it loses it’s power and mystique.

            The only way out for TPTB is a nuclear war -while they are hunkered safely in their bunkers which we all paid for. After the war, the population is greatly reduced (which has long been one of their objectives) and the pesky Constitution is no longer in their way, as we will have been “conquered, as our military full of women and queers and expensive sophisticated equipment which doesn’t work will be a laughing stock, and even if a bomb never fell, most of our people today would npt be able to sustain themselves for more than a few days without the government teat to suck on

            • Hi Nunzio,

              I think you’re on to something… much as I regret it. I put no cynical/murderous calculation beyond these people. We have their measure. They are not like us. Whatever faults you and I and most normal people have, most of us would balk at deliberately harming an innocent person – let alone thousands (millions of them). People like Hillary – and probably Trump – wouldn’t bat an eye or lose a moment’s sleep.

              So long as they are able to retain their power, their wealth… I believe they absolutely would contemplate a nuclear exchange.

  8. Jeremy,

    “Remember when you could get Faygo in a wooden crate?”

    Sure do.

    That was when we would cruise Gratiot. I’d take 8 mile over from Telegraph and pick up Red Pop, hit Better Made for the rainbow chips, and they hang out at City Airport. I got my first ticket at Gratiot and Connor.

    Made eye contact with the cop.

  9. Eric,

    “My understanding is they just want to do their thing and be left alone. I dig that.”

    I dig that too, and I think most people are like that.

    THAT’S the problem. That’s the reason why all your hard work is for naught.

    By the time the “fuuuuuuuhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhttttttttball fans” realize they CAN’T be left alone, it will be too late, there will be no smoke from the Krematoriums because of the EPA mandates.

    The “fuuuuuuuhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhttttttttball fans” need to experience the TSA Pokey Pokey at least a dozen times NEXT SUNDAY on the way to the stadium, bar, friends house, and/or even the beer store.

    Then, with a little prodding by folks like you, they may see the future for what it is.

  10. Eric,

    But do you like Faygo?

    ” Are fuuuuuuuhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhttttttttball fans any different?”

    You tell me.

    Gang Affiliated Sports Team Apparel or Logos
    Atlanta Braves: People- initial “A” for Almighty
    Boston Celtics: Spanish Cobras – Colors – Green/Black
    British Knights: Crips – initials “B” & “K” for Blood Killers
    Burger King: Crips – initials “B” & “K” for Blood Killers
    Charlotte Hornets: 4 Corner Hustlers – initials “C” & “H”
    Charlotte Hornets: Imperial Gangsters – Colors – Black/Pink
    Chicago Bulls: Vice Lords, Latin Counts, Mickey Cobras – colors – Black/Red
    Chicago Bulls: Black Peace Stone Nation – “Bulls” stands for “Boy You Look Like Stone”
    Chicago Black Hawks: Vice Lords – Colors – Black/Red
    Chicago Cubs: Spanish Cobras – initial “C”
    Cincinnati Reds: 4 Corner Hustlers – put a “4″ next to the “C” and an “H” inside of the “C”
    Colorado Rockies: Simon City Royals – sometimes place a white “S” in front of the “C”
    Columbia Knights: Bloods – initials “C” & “K” for Crip Killer
    Converse All Star shoe: People – five point star in the logo of label
    Dallas Cowboys: People – five point star
    Denver Broncos: Black Disciples switch “DB” for initials “BD”
    Detroit Lions: Gangster Disciples – Colors – Black/Blue
    Detroit Tigers: Folks – initial “D” for Disciples
    Detroit Tigers: Gangster Disciples – Colors: Black/Blue
    Duke: Folks – Colors – Black/Blue; “Duke” = “Disciples Utilizing Knowledge Everyday”
    Georgetown: Folks – initial “G” for Gangster
    Georgetown Hoyas: Gangster Disciples – Colors: Black/Blue; “Hoyas” stands for “Hoover’s On Your Ass” (Larry Hoover)
    Georgia Tech: Folks – initial “G” for Gangster
    Indiana University: Imperial Gangsters – initials “I” & “U” overlapping appear to make the shape of a pitchfork showing “Folks” affiliation
    Kansas City Royals: Folks – Colors: Black/Blue
    Kansas City Royals: Simon City Royals – “Royals”
    LA Dodgers: Gangster Disciples – initial “D” for Disciples
    LA Kings: Latin Kings – “Kings”
    LA Kings: People – “Kings” stands for “Kill Inglewood Nasty Gangsters”
    Los Angeles Raiders: Folks – “Raiders” stands for “Ruthless Ass Insane Disciples Running Shit”
    Los Angeles Raiders: People – “Raiders” stands for “Raggedy Ass Iced Donuts Everywhere Running Scared”: used to “Disrespect” Folks
    Louis Vitton Cap: Vice Lords Initials “LV” reversed
    Miami Hurricanes: People – Color -Orange
    Michigan: Initial “M” for Maniac Latin Disciples
    Minnesota Twins: Initial “M” for Maniac Latin Disciples
    NY Yankees: Gangster Disciples Colors – Black/Blue/White
    North Carolina Tar Heels: Folks – Colors – Black/Blue
    Nike: Folks – Colors – Black/Blue
    Oakland A’s: Ambrose – initial “A” for Ambrose
    Oakland A’s: Orchestra Albany Initials “O” & “A”
    Oakland A’s: Spanish Cobras – Color – Green
    Orlando Magic: Folks – “Magic” stands for “Maniacs and Gangsters in Chicago”; Colors – Black/Blue represents numerous “Folks” gangs
    Philadelphia Phillies: People – initial “P” for “People”
    Phoenix Suns: Black Peace Stone Nation – initials “P” & “S”
    Pittsburgh Pirates: Colors – Black/Gold for Latin Kings; Bloods – Initial “P”; for Pirus (Bloods)
    San Francisco Giants: Folks – switch initials for “Super Gangster Folk”
    San Francisco Giants: Future Stones Initials “S” & “F” spelled backwards San Francisco (Any) Stone Freaks Initials “S” & “F”
    St. Louis Cardinals: Spanish Vice Lords – red-colored hat
    Starter Symbol: Folks – crack the five point star to disrespect the “People”
    Starter Symbol: People – five point star
    Texas Rangers: People – initial “T” looks like pitchfork pointing down
    University of Illinois: Folks – initials “U” & “I” together appear to be a pitchfork pointing up
    University of Nevada at Las Vegas: (UNLV ) -Vice Lords Colors: Red/Black; “UNLV” backwards stands for “Vice Lords Nation United”

  11. Hi Eric,

    “Any questions?”

    As a matter of fact, I do have a question. (You may or may not have the contacts in Detroit to provide the answer.)

    But what did the sales of Faygo Moon Mist do after the debate? Up or down?

    The reason I ask, Moon Mist is a favorite drink of the Juggalos. (@Juggalos4DonaldTrump) http://images1.laweekly.com/imager/u/745xauto/7169630/13708369_10154390388377558_8293995298735017034_o.jpg

    Followers of the Insane Clown Posse have been harassed by the man for decades.

    Just last week, in Time, one of the ICP members wrote: “But as ICP has discovered over the last decade, there’s a whole army of scary, terrifying and dangerous clowns out there in this country trying to suppress the rights of thousands of people to exercise the most basic part of the Declaration of Independence, which evokes the freedom to “Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” The only difference is these clowns don’t wear greasepaint.

    These clowns threaten the very fabric on which our nation was supposedly founded upon—and for some f—ing crazy-a– reason, they’re getting away with it. From keystone-cop clowns shooting unarmed citizens, to racist clowns burning down Islamic centers or clowns in the NSA spying on us through our cell phones and laptops, America has turned into something far more terrifying than Insane Clown Posse’s Dark Carnival. Even a scrub like me who dropped out of school in ninth grade can see what’s going on. Today’s reality is scarier than anything you’ll ever hear on one of our albums.

    If you want to see the ultimate example of these “killer clowns” in action, consider what happened to our hard-working, mostly blue-collar fans, the Juggalos. In 2011, the FBI named the Juggalos in its National Gang Threat Assesment. Ever since, they have been targeted, profiled and blatantly discriminated on by law enforcement agencies across America. Over the last four years, we’ve been working with our legal team and the ACLU of Michigan, to prove to the U.S. Department of Justice that this completely ridiculous gang label slapped on Juggalos is literally destroying lives.

    Fact: People simply walking their dogs while wearing an ICP shirt have been stopped, searched and added to the local gang member database—when no crime has been committed. This has happened hundreds and hundreds of times across the U.S., and the stories just get worse from there. Recently, there was a probation officer who was let go for being identified as a Juggalo, and her employer had no problem writing it as the reason for her severance in her termination paperwork. Others have lost their jobs, custody of their kids and been subject to illegal search and seizure.” http://time.com/4521464/insane-clown-posse-killer-clowns/

    Eric, I know for a fact that you work your ass off trying to make others aware of the slippery slope which has become a water-slide to the present police state.

    The sad fact is that it is not working. Everyone, it seems, is asleep at the wheel.

    Until 200,000,000 people get a taste, a family member beaten or killed, property seized, children seized…

    Will Trump win? Only your local Faygo retailer knows the answer.

    Jeremy, this one is just for you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fZb0pQSb3c

    • Hi Tuanorea!

      I like ICP; not so much the music but the guys and their attitude. In a very real way, they’re Americans in the old school, pre-Constitution/light-out-for-the-territories way. My understanding is they just want to do their thing and be left alone. I dig that.

      This business that being a fan, attending Dark Carnivals and so on means you are in a “gang”? Please. Are fuuuuuuuhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhttttttttball fans any different? And – to their credit – the jugalos are actually involved, not passive spectators like sports fans are.

      • eric, talking to my old best friend the other day I was struck how football fans are oblivious to the military/industrial/govt. management of it. I said football was the largest recruiter for cannon fodder and brainwashing the masses to support and cheer the govt. wars of any entity I could conceive. Silence on the other end. I went on, Think of it, military fly-overs, big football field sized American flags and military heroes and those who gave their health and are now run out and shown as examples of Heroism because they didn’t see where an IED was buried or because some person in a foreign country got a good shot in on them seeking to make them go home or die. No reply. BTW, he doesn’t do the net, gets his news from Faux and Co. and various mags. I don’t know of a magazine that’s even remotely libertarian.

        He said it was a single issue election for him(guns). Well, are you aware the Donald’s best bud Paul Ryan has a 2,000 word bill he’s tried to get passed that would be the worst blow to gun ownership so far? No reply.

        It’s the people who don’t use the net or either just take biased e’s from others who are the main supporters of their own demise. How can they not see how they’re considered the support of tyranny but will be the traction for the soles of jackboot policy?

      • Ok Jeremy,

        Remember this number on the bumpers of cars all over Detroit? 962-7297

        Hint – President(s), pardon, and fine dining.

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