Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Sunday, March 12, 2017

CIA has broken trust

Democrat sympathizers in CIA have created the Russia scare -  and I totally believe it.
If proven former CIA Chief Clapper is going to jail (and alot of others).



Original Hannity Interview.  Other FOX Interview collaborates this disclosure.

Tuesday, March 07, 2017

WikiLeaks releases CIA "Vault7" documents - reveal extent of intrusive tools

Mark Dice provides and excellent overview - including comments of corroboration by Edward Snowden -and INCLUDING the very legitimate and serious suspicions about extent of CIA techniques that involve "hacking" into cars computers and causing "virtually undetectable" crashes such as the infamous accident involving a former Rolling Stone reporter Micheal Hastings in 2013 (and well covered by Dice. He also provides a pitch for his 2011 book "Big Brother:  The Orwellian Nightmare Come True" that was released a full 2 years before Snowdon jumped ship from the CIA).



It is indeed damning that many of these "tools" appear to have been used in the most recent intrigue that Democrat House Leader "Nutty" Nancy is promoting.

Thursday, March 02, 2017

An American Bride in Kabul

An American Bride in Kabul : A Memoir

by Phyllis Chesler

Few westerners will ever be able to understand Muslim or Afghan society unless they are part of a Muslim family. Twenty years old and in love, Phyllis Chesler, a Jewish-American girl from Brooklyn, embarked on an adventure that has lasted for more than a half-century. In 1961, when she arrived in Kabul with her Afghan bridegroom, authorities took away her American passport. Chesler was now the property of her husband's family and had no rights of citizenship. Back in Afghanistan, her husband,a wealthy, westernized foreign college student with dreams of reforming his country, reverted to traditional and tribal customs. Chesler found herself unexpectedly trapped in a posh polygamous family, with no chance of escape. She fought against her seclusion and lack of freedom, her Afghan family's attempts to convert her from Judaism to Islam, and her husband's wish to permanently tie her to the country through childbirth. Drawing upon her personal diaries, Chesler recounts her ordeal, the nature of gender apartheid--and her longing to explore this beautiful, ancient, and exotic country and culture. Chesler nearly died there but she managed to get out, returned to her studies in America, and became an author and an ardent activist for women's rights throughout the world. An American Bride in Kabul is the story of how a na#65533;ve American girl learned to see the world through eastern as well as western eyes and came to appreciate Enlightenment values. This dramatic tale re-creates a time gone by, a place that is no more, and shares the way in which Chesler turned adversity into a passion for world-wide social, educational, and political reform.

Phyllis Chesler is an Emerita Professor of Psychology and Women's Studies at City University of New York, best-selling author, legendary feminist leader, and psychotherapist. She is co-founder of the Association for Women in Psychology, the National Women's Health Network, and the International Committee for Women of the Wall. Dr. Chesler has lectured and organized women's rights and human rights campaigns all over the world and has also appeared on outlets such as CNN, Fox News, The O'Reilly Factor , The Today Show, Oprah , and multiple NPR programs, including a three year tenure as a regular contributor to NPR's At the Opera . Her writings have been featured in The Washington Post, The International Herald Tribune, The Times of London, The Weekly Standard, National Review, Israel National News, The New York Times, Salon, The Globe and Mail, The London Guardian , and the Jewish and Israeli media. Her archives are at Duke University. She lives in New York City.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Mark Dice explains CNN and CBS Fake News records

Popular YouTuber Mark Dice explains the sad spectacle of both these News Networks bias - especially as it pertains to #FakeNews.

Here is todays clip about CBS (aka Crap Broadcasting Service).



and here is his skewering of CNN (aka Clinton News Net) nightly opinionater Don Lemming - sorry Lemon - where a Black Conservative commentator calls hosts show the DEFINITION of #FakeNews.  Dice then adds a LITANY of examples of CNN's FakeNews episodes (noting that the just got cut from Venezuela Cable TV).



[Here is full clip of CNN segment for context]

And here is another clip of Don Lemon being schooled by Sherrif David Clarke in July 2015 about murderous incitement by CNN and others who promote the BLM (aka Black Lives Matter) lies.

And Sheriff Clarke tolerates an embarrassing media apologist for BLM.



And dissects Obama point-man on Racial Issues - the reprehensible Al Sharpton.

The ironic thing about all these clips by Dice is that I get more facts and context out of his counter-analysis of these shows THAN THE SHOWS THEMSELVES CONTAIN.  Pretty sad comment on the huge budget and so-called professional infrastructure at these lamestream networks.

Tuesday, February 07, 2017

Paul Joseph Watson - The Truth about Popular Culture?

His most inspired message yet.



my comment:
I am so glad you included Patrick McGoughan in "The Prisoner (1968)", Peter Finch in "Network (1976)", [Canadian Actor/Wrestler] Roddy Piper in "They Live (1988)", Luke Wilson in "Idiocracy (2006)" plus the wonderful Camille Paglia who in fact covered this VERY SAME ground (in a round about-way she discussed the degradation of Art/Beauty/Truth in Culture) in her book Sexual Persona way back in 1991! BTW, these are all solid arguments for "cutting the cableTV cord" and moving - anywhere, else. And why can't ISIS target Millie Cyrus, Katy Perry, Madonna and Taylor Swift instead of their softer fan base? That would shut up the pandering left pretty quick - would it not? And finally why are so many of these cultural icons products of the Walt Disney https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patrick_McGoohan https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network_(film)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/They_Live https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Idiocracy https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sexual_Personae

Friday, January 20, 2017

Inauguration speech of President Trump



and here is a commentary by Rex Murphy in the National Post.

Donald Trump is not an orator. Rather he’s a man with a plain message, which he delivers plainly. 
Donald John Trump delivered the starkest Inaugural Address of modern times. It was so far out of the mode as to be unique: unembroidered, direct, with little flourish, one message and brief. The government belongs to the citizens was the message. 
It works for the citizens. It does not exist, is not for the benefit of, nor is it owned by those who practice politics, or who live off the administration, practices or management of politics.
He is in Washington, the dew-fresh president said, to serve Americans first. And most particularly those Americans who have not shared, to a just extent, in the benefits and wealth of 20th– and 21st-century technological and communicational advances. He calls them, rightly, the forgotten Americans. And pledges they will not be forgotten again.
Now it is a large question whether a pledge of this magnitude and emotional depth can really be fulfilled. In a very real way it is a larger promise, a larger summons than was ever made by Barack Obama, ringing so perfectly, as the orator he was, the chimes of Hope and Change. Trump’s promise is visceral not rhetorical; it is particular — it is reaching down to the jobless, to the gang- and murder-torn inner cities, to those in economic torment, and saying this is really going to change for all of you. 
This is a steel yardstick he has set for himself. 
For to the people listening for just that message, and by virtue of the emphatic, convicted tone he adopted in making it a fundamental pledge, he has made what I will call a real promise. Either the anxieties, the disenchantments, the woes of the many left behind and forgotten are, to some extent, dispelled in the next four years, or they will not be. His success will register unfailingly, or not.
Trump has no cloud of semantics or rhetorical overflight to hide behind. He has given himself no cover. This is not the famous blank slate of Barack Obama. Trump, in his bare 15 minutes or so made a commitment that reaches to the particular lives and welfare of individual Americans, and the measurement of that commitment is thereby in the hands and hearts of every American to whom he made it. Their lives will either be better in four years or not, and there is no pillar behind which Mr. Trump can hide, nor I suspect will he seek to hide, if he cannot keep it.
The brevity of the speech had one unintended obscurity, or rather acted to obscure how momentous the Trump ascendancy threatens or promises to be. Just how much of a radical shift, a convulsion, that the moment of its occasion represented. Trump has virtually cleared the table of politics as it has been practiced and played for over a generation. He has bulldozed the old verities of political practice. He has shattered the codes of party politics, routed the tired mages of the political panels, the think tanks and NGOs. And he has utterly bypassed the hollow practices of virtue signalling and the insidious tribalism of identity politics. And as for the claustrophobic thought-amputations of political correctness, he has, correctly, shown nothing but scorn and dismissal. This is a wholesale reworking of the mode and understanding of modern American politics.
Most heretically, he has fervently embraced that most basic and condign of civic emotions: patriotism. It has been the style of enervated liberalism to decry, even to shame, the principal virtue of any serious polity: faith and pride in one’s own country and fellow citizens. Trump is not ashamed to be American. He glories in it. For a whole great swath of American opinion, certainly for the enlightened swamis of Hollywood and academia, for all the stale, tired and wearisome activists and professional grievance farmers, this is a radical perspective. His address amounted to a noble, though forgotten, truism. The purpose of a government is to serve the people of that country whose government it is.
I should remark the incidental serendipity that — were you to subtract from Bernie Sanders his conspiracy theories of business and capitalism, and his Soviet honeymoons — Sanders could have given Trump’s speech. The emphasis on the ordinary citizen, on work, on the forgotten middle and lower class — these would have rolled with different rhythm but much the same emphasis from Hillary’s upstart socialist rival, as easily as they fell from the newly presidential tycoon. Bernie and the Donald have more in common than either might have guessed.
Donald Trump’s address was, finally, as I’ve said, less a speech in the grand vein, aiming for the quotation books, ripe with balanced antithesis and clever formulations, than a distilled declaration of serious intent. The slogan of a campaign, Make America Great Again, has become the guiding theme of the new administration. The new president will have the very fight of his life to bring into governance what he brought to his campaign. All the forces of condescension, comfort and high place are against him. But he has a connection to all those others who are not in that cocoon.
This will be a turbulent time, but it has its promise.

-------------------------------------------------------
And another similarity noted.

Divorce Follies

In recent days I have seen 2 articles describing the travails of wealthy men attempting to remove themselves from women who were former life partners but appear to have become - plain and simple - harpies or gold-diggers.

Article1 PDF Archive
Article2 PDF Archive

Apture