Thursday, August 17, 2017

Google Censoring Political Opposition, Tucker Carlson And Mark Steyn

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War isn't coming to America. It's here: Comment on FUNCTIONAL ILLITERATES TRYING TO ERASE HISTORY

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Long ago I was asked (by a Yankee) why Southerners are still so bitter about the Civil War. I replied, "Show me one acre of land taken from a northerner and given to a freed slave." Her argument was over.

What folks on the right and middle need to understand is that this is Marxist theory in practice. The communists knew that manipulating the black race was the easiest thing to do. For decades they've patiently groomed the white educational and media conglomerate to instill in the minds of black Americans that they are victims; no matter how often the white person lays down his own rights for the benefit of his dark-skinned neighbors, it is never enough.There must always be more paid to them, more guilt, more of feeling like all of their woes can be laid at the feet of the white master.

Abraham Lincoln was a racist. Mohammed was a slave owner. Apple builds its products at slave wages. Amazon distributes those products made by slaves in third world nations. Social Justice Rent-A-Mobs aren't really activists. They are mercenaries who are being paid by a slave-holder (George Soros) in order that he topple the economy of America and hasten his ascent to the throne of power he feels he deserves. The mobs in the street, the talking heads on the tube, the bloggers on the Left... not one of them is willing to divest themselves of their fair share of the blame for stoking hatred among brethren. Same goes for some on the Right. When I read comments including "filthy Jew", etc. I don't have to wonder who crafted this sentiment that is so divisive: Satan.

My friend, Antifa in Europe has no Confederate monuments to remove, so why do they protest? They used to be called "Occupy" and they despised the financial/industrial/military complex. At some point the media and academia merged with said complex and now they have joined forces with the Morality Police on the Left to decide who lives and who dies. Look at what's happening in Iceland. They're not curing Down Syndrome. They're murdering people who have it while in the womb. Eugenics is alive and well and the distorted morality mob on the Left praises it. Now that the human genome has been mapped and hundreds of diseases can be identified, who else will be scrubbed from society before they're born? Will two people who believe in Salvation be prevented from breeding?

What we're witnessing is John Brown's raid at Harper's Ferry all over again. War isn't coming to America. It's here.
        -- Carolyn

Trump Takes Aim at the “Alt-Left” :The president won’t let the racist and violent Left off the hook for Charlottesville violence.

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President Trump’s politically incorrect insistence on blaming radical leftists for their rightful share of the violence on Saturday in Charlottesville is being met with predictable howls of outrage by the Left and the media.

At the protest, alleged neo-Nazi James Alex Fields, used his car to plow into a crowd of counter-protesters not far from the scheduled rally at Emancipation Park. About 20 people were injured, one of them fatally. Paralegal Heather D. Heyer, 32, was killed.

But left-wingers who descended in force on the rally site attacked people with bats and clubs, a fact President Trump stubbornly clings to despite intense pressure from the media and the rest of the Left to drop it. The people holding the “Unite the Right” rally may not all have been upstanding citizens, but holding and expressing views that are unpopular, even widely considered to be morally repugnant, is no reason to deprive those people of the right to express themselves in public.

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Steve Bannon says we're at 'economic war with China.' Here are the studies that back him up.

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"To me," White House adviser Steve Bannon told the American Prospect, "the economic war with China is everything. And we have to be maniacally focused on that. If we continue to lose it, we're five years away, I think, ten years at the most, of hitting an inflection point from which we'll never be able to recover."

"Economic war" is not a frame most Republicans use to describe our relationship with China. In 2000, the U.S. Congress voted to admit China into the World Trade Organization, thus lowering trade barriers, opening the U.S. up to Chinese imports. Americans have access to Chinese-made goods, which makes life cheaper, and Chinese people have many more jobs, creating a massive middle class in the world's second-most populous nation.

But from some perspectives, this can look like war by China on U.S. manufacturing: Chinese imports have helped destroy manufacturing jobs in the U.S., and there have been cultural aftershocks of that — probably including the election of Donald Trump. MIT economist David Autor, along with coauthors, has published a string of studies examining the impact of Chinese imports on the U.S.

Something stinks about Charlottesville

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Evidence is turning up from, of all places, the Southern Poverty Law Center, as well as Breitbart and others, that this character, Jason Kessler, who organized the suspicious and supposed Alt-Right demonstration in Charlottesville, Va. that blew up in everyone's face, is a cunning lefty holdover from the Occupy Wall Street movement and a former Barack Obama supporter.  I smell Soros money, sabotage, and Democrat dirty tricks here.

The Myth of the Coon: I Don't Care About Charlottesville, the KKK, or White Supremacy

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Noam Chomsky: Antifa is a 'major gift to the Right'

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The left-wing "Antifa" movement is rising in prominence after clashing with white supremacists in Charlottesville, Va., but one progressive scholar says the anti-fascists feed the fire they seek to extinguish.

"As for Antifa, it's a minuscule fringe of the Left, just as its predecessors were," Noam Chomsky told the Washington Examiner. "It's a major gift to the Right, including the militant Right, who are exuberant."

Many activists affiliated with the loosely organized Antifa movement consider themselves anarchists or socialists. They often wear black and take measures to conceal their identity.

Chomsky said, "what they do is often wrong in principle – like blocking talks – and [the movement] is generally self-destructive."

Residents Demand Removal of Fredericksburg I-95 Memorial Battle Flag - Our Response

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Efforts to take down Confederate battle flag in Stafford revive

Stafford residents want board to take stand against Confederate flag on private property along I-95

About two dozen residents showed up at the Stafford County board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday night to demand the removal of the Fredericksburg I-95 Roadside Memorial Battle Flag.

Details here:

We just received an inquiry from a reporter who wanted to know if we had any plans to remove the flag.  Here's our response:

"The Va Flaggers have no plans to remove any of our 26 Roadside Memorial Battle Flags across the Commonwealth, including the Fredericksburg Memorial Battle Flag on I-95 in Stafford County. In fact, in light of the recent attempts by the Governor and a few local politicians to encourage the destruction of Confederate Memorials, we intend to fast track the installation of several new projects in the next few months.

Just like our monuments, these Memorial flag sites honor and remember our Confederate dead, and will not be lowered or removed to appease the PC demands of a small, but very vocal and violent minority."

Just wanted to let each one of you know where we stand, and thank you for your continued prayers and support.

Susan Hathaway
Virginia Flaggers

Cop Blasts Antifa For Instigating Violence: You Want Another Charlottesville “You Should be Ashamed of Yourself”

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The Associated Press posted a video on Tuesday about a Charlottesville policeman who gets fed up with a liberal protester and accuses her of wanting to instigate violence.
“You want another Saturday, don’t you? You should be ashamed of yourself.”

Maine Gov. Paul LePage: Removing Confederate statues is like taking down 9/11 memorials

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Maine Republican Gov. Paul LePage said Thursday that taking down Confederate monuments is like taking down monuments honoring the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

"To me, it's just like going to New York City right now and taking down the monument of those who perished in 9/11. It will come to that," LePage told WGAN news radio.

LePage echoed President Trump in condemning "both sides" that traveled to Charlottesville over the weekend in what turned into violent clashes between white nationalists and counterprotesters. He lamented the deaths of 32-year-old Heather Heyer, who was struck by a car that drove into a crowd of counter-protesters, and two police officers killed in a helicopter crash as part of the law enforcement response.

He also compared protesters who seek the removal of Confederate statues to the "Taliban in Afghanistan" and said they are ignorant of the history they seek to erase.