Friday, March 18, 2016

Breitbart’s Aaron Klein: ‘Don’t Be Fooled,’ Anti-Trump Protest Movement Really ‘Professional Agitators’

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“Don’t be fooled” by the numerous supposed grass-roots groups plotting to protest Donald Trump across the nation, declares Breitbart’s Jerusalem bureau chief and senior investigative reporter Aaron Klein in a radio interview on Friday.

Klein says the various supposed anti-Trump organizations are really a “witches brew” of radical-left “professional agitators” seeking the “downfall of the U.S. capitalist system” and its replacement with a so-called socialist utopia.

“These are all different arms of the radical left octopus,” Klein told Breitbart News Daily, the radio program hosted by Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon. Klein was referring to the anti-Trump protest movement. “This is not about race,” added Klein. “This is not about immigration reform. This is not even about Trump…these are fronts.”

He continued:

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Hillary ‘s Anti-Trump Ad Includes Her Laughing Hysterically During Benghazi Testimony

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Donald Trump fired the first shot at Hillary Clinton this week with this epic online ad:

“Is this what we for a President”
Is this what we want for a President? 
Is this what we want for a President?
Posted by Donald J. Trump on Wednesday, March 16, 2016
In response the HIllary Clinton Super PAC Priorities USA released this ad.

The ad includes a Donald Trump interview from MSNBC and a clip of Hillary Clinton laughing — during her testimony on the Benghazi massacre.

South Regards Itself as Unbeatable

Southerners in early 1861 exhibited the same intense desire for political independence and fighting spirit as their revolutionary fathers. Though Russell did not fully know at the time why his country would not come to the aid of the Confederacy, after September 1863 it had more to do with hostile Russian fleets in Northern ports and threats against British shipping.
Bernhard Thuersam,   The Great American Political Divide

South Regards Itself as Unbeatable

“[William H. Russell’s] Diary is as rich in historical value as in interest, which is saying much. His energy and reputation at first carried him everywhere, and his courage made him signally outspoken. In New York, where Mayor Fernando Wood and half the press were opposed to the war, he was shocked by the apathy and want of patriotism . . . The pages of the Herald and several other journals were filled with the coarsest abuse of the Great Rail Splitter, but contained not a word to encourage the government in any decided policy. In Washington the correspondent found much bustle and nervousness, but complete uncertainty.

When he saw the District of Columbia militia and volunteers drilling before the War Department Building, he set them down as a sorry crowd. “Starved, washed-out creatures most of them, interpolated with Irish and flat-footed, stumpy Germans.”

Crossing to the South, the correspondent found a far more belligerent spirit than among the Northerners. At Norfolk a crowd was yelling “Down with the Yankees! Hurrah for the Southern Confederacy!” and threatening the frigate Cumberland. On the Wilmington [North Carolina] quay there were piles of shot and shell, which a resident identified as “anti-abolitionist pills.” All along the way in the Carolinas he found Confederate flags whipping in the breeze, troops waiting for the train, and an excited buzz about Fort Sumter, which had just been captured.

At Charleston the fury, the animosity, and the eagerness for war astounded him. He went out to Morris Island, where there was a camp, full of life and excitement. Tents were pitched everywhere, the place was full of tall, well-grown young men in gray, and the opening of hostilities had plainly put everyone in high spirits:

“But secession is the fashion here. Young ladies sing for it; old ladies pray for it; young men are dying to fight for it; old men are ready to demonstrate it. The founder of the school was St. Calhoun. Here his pupils carry out their teaching in thunder and fire. States’ Rights are displayed after its legitimate teaching, and the Palmetto flag and the red bars of the Confederacy are its exposition.

*The utter contempt and loathing for the venerated Stars and Stripes, the abhorrence of the very words United States, the immense hatred of the Yankees on the part of these people cannot be conceived by anyone who has not seen them. I am more satisfied than ever that the Union can never be restored as it was, and that it has gone to pieces, never to be put together again, in its old shape, at all events, by any power on earth.”

At Pensacola, Mobile, and New Orleans he was struck by the same intense fighting spirit, reporting that “as one looks at the resolute, quick, angry faces around him, and hears but the single theme, he must feel that the South will never yield to the North, unless as a nation beaten beneath the feet of a victorious enemy.”

The South regarded itself as unbeatable. But from one other belief, the belief that England would intervene, Russell strongly dissented. “Why, I expect, sir,” one Charleston merchant told him, “that if those miserable Yankees try to blockade us, and keep you from our cotton, you’ll just send their ships to the bottom and acknowledge us.” Russell said no.”

(America Through British Eyes, Allan Nevins, Oxford University Press, 1948, pp. 217-218)

Below is the information I had on this quote.
*6. " The utter contempt and loathing for the venerated Stars and Stripes, the abhorrence of the very words United States, the intense hatred of the Yankees on the part of these people, cannot be conceived by anyone who has not seen them. I am more satisfied than ever that the Union can never be restored as it was, and that it has gone to pieces, never to be put together again, in the old shape, at all events, by any power on earth......"

In Charleston after the surrender of Fort Sumter
1863, pp. 97-108. (excerpt)

Donald Trump officially calls for boycott of Megyn Kelly.

"Everybody should boycott the @megynkelly show. Never worth watching. 
Always a hit on Trump! She is sick, & the most overrated person on tv."


1961 Chevrolet Impala Bubble Top Dual Quad 409/425 HP, 4-Speed

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Watch as Establishment Stooge John Kasich Smears Officer as He is Caught Violating the Law in His State

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John Kasich has been the “worst” possible candidate for President in the GOP primary since day 1.

Yes, that means that I believe Lindsey Graham and Chris Christie were probably better candidates (not much better, but better nonetheless). I have tried to warn you about him on numerous occasions (most recently here and here), and I wish more conservatives would do a little research on the man before considering casting their votes for him.

However, there are more reasons not to like John Kasich. First, he’s mean, rude and generally unkind. For years, people have been complaining that he’s the kind of person that gives jerks a bad name.

Kasich has been described, as “brash,” “a jerk” and as quick to insult those with whom he disagrees.

Secondly, he has shown little regard for our police officers in the past. The best example of both of these problems coming together can be found in a video of Kasich.

Did Valerie Jarrett Order the Hit on LaVoy Finicum?

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As we are digging further into the murder of LaVoy Finicum and the ambush of the protestors from the Oregon refuge and their subsequent arrest, we are finding very disturbing information. On Thursday's Northwest Liberty News radio show, a bombshell from documents Jim White and I obtained indicates that the entire operation of January 26, 2016 goes up not only to Oregon Governor Kate Brown's office, but even to the White House. Because of the language that was used in the documents by the officers, we speculated along with Red Smith of and Paul Preston of that the White House orchestrated the entire thing and that when it comes to calling the shots, we don't look to Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah, but rather to Obama's mama, Valerie Jarrett.

The Appalachian Messenger, March 18, 2016 

This week’s edition of the Appalachian Messenger has articles by:

Robert Gore
It Takes a Village to Raise a Debt Slave

Paul Rosenberg
Is There A Limit To The Government Abuse Americans Will Accept?

Sam Culper
SHTF Implications: DNI Worldwide Threat Assessment

Click here for the March 18, 2016 edition.

Donald Trump Will Win 25% of African-American Vote

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A SurveyUSA poll in September revealed 25% of black respondents would vote for Trump over Clinton.
That would be enough votes to take the election from Grandma Hillary.

Geraldo: Race is at the foundation of American politics. To pretend that Trump brought this into the fray is absolutely wrong. Trump is not a racist. Furthermore, I predict that Trump may get as much as 25% of the African American vote. Why? Because he’s anti free trade or unfair trade. he’s anti-immigration, the immigrants perceived by black Americans to being in direct competition to them.

Maryland moves to rid state song of Civil War (sic) references, including calling Northerners 'scum'

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First Confederate Soldier Killed In The WBTS

The Maryland Senate voted Thursday to remove references to the Confederacy from the official state song and replace the controversial portions of the historic anthem with a verse from a poem that describes the state's natural beauty.

The 38-to-8 vote came after a protracted debate about how Maryland should address its painful past.

Supporters of the bill said the song titled "Maryland, My Maryland," written by James Ryder Randall in 1861, is not unifying and does not represent Marylanders, then or now.

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The despot's heel is on thy shore,
His torch is at thy temple door,
Avenge the patriotic gore
That flecked the streets of Baltimore,
And be the battle queen of yore,
Maryland! My Maryland!
Hark to an exiled son's appeal,
My mother State! to thee I kneel,
For life and death, for woe and weal,
Thy peerless chivalry reveal,
And gird thy beauteous limbs with steel,
Maryland! My Maryland!
Thou wilt not cower in the dust,
Thy beaming sword shall never rust,
Remember Carroll's sacred trust,
Remember Howard's warlike thrust,-
And all thy slumberers with the just,
Maryland! My Maryland!
Come! 'tis the red dawn of the day,
Come with thy panoplied array,
With Ringgold's spirit for the fray,
With Watson's blood at Monterey,
With fearless Lowe and dashing May,
Maryland! My Maryland!
Come! for thy shield is bright and strong,
Come! for thy dalliance does thee wrong,
Come to thine own anointed throng,
Stalking with Liberty along,
And chaunt thy dauntless slogan song,
Maryland! My Maryland!
Dear Mother! burst the tyrant's chain,
Virginia should not call in vain,
She meets her sisters on the plain-
"Sic semper!" 'tis the proud refrain
That baffles minions back amain,
Maryland! My Maryland!
I see the blush upon thy cheek,
For thou wast ever bravely meek,
But lo! there surges forth a shriek,
From hill to hill, from creek to creek-
Potomac calls to Chesapeake,
Maryland! My Maryland!
Thou wilt not yield the Vandal toll,
Thou wilt not crook to his control,
Better the fire upon thee roll,
Better the blade, the shot, the bowl,
Than crucifixion of the soul,
Maryland! My Maryland!
I hear the distant thunder-hum,
The Old Line's bugle, fife, and drum,
She is not dead, nor deaf, nor dumb-
Huzza! she spurns the Northern scum!
She breathes! she burns! she'll come! she'll come!
Maryland! My Maryland

GEE, I WONDER WHY THE VOTERS ARE ANGRY? GOPe sells out on... Common Core, of all things

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To watch the recent happenings on Capitol Hill, you would think this was just another typical presidential election year—a few bumps here and there, but no sign of a major shake-up, no indication voters were in revolt, nothing to suggest business as usual in Washington was perhaps falling out of fashion among the American public. 

What else explains the lackluster, uninspiring; and, I would suggest, “sell-out your base” agenda of GOP congressional leadership?
But at least the GOP is going to put up a fight on government spending, right? No, actually, they aren’t.
For example, the Senate GOP sold out its base on the issue of Common Core this week. Despite the fact Republicans have a majority in the Senate, seven members of the GOP joined a majority of Democrats to confirm President Barack Obama’s nominee, John B. King, Jr., as education secretary.

King is an avowed supporter of Common Core and other top-down, government knows best, education policies. 

But at least the GOP is going to put up a fight on government spending, right? No, actually, they aren’t.

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Swedish Court: Not gang rape, they took turns

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 Swedish Court: Not gang rape, they took turns

The Court of Appeal now reduces the penalty for a man who in the District Court was sentenced for taking part in a gang rape in Gothenburg last year, writes Aftonbladet.

But according to the Court of Appeal, it was not about a gang rape when two men raped a Swedish woman, because the offenders raped the victim taking turns.

Juridical expert Sven-Erik Alhem is critical of the verdict.


"The atmsosphere that has created a fertile ground for Trump to grow." & Harvard Students Debate Whether White People

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“Unless you think Trump is an insanely powerful political maestro who in the space of six months has utterly altered the character of America, then you have to conclude that the current ugliness and division everyone is complaining about has been brewing over the past eight years of Obamaism and ‘politics of hope’.

For liberals now to throw their hands in the air over the state of America, when they’ve been running America for nearly a decade, strikes me as a bit rich. How the so-called politics of hope nurtured what we have today — that’s the question we should be asking.”

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NC: Bernie Supporter Charged After Running Over Trump Sign and Posting Video on Facebook

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julien schuessler


Wilmington police say they have charged Shuessler with hit and run, reckless driving and failing to maintain lane control.

Intelligent Americans Are Thrilled To Hear a Former Insider Telling the Truth

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Intelligent Americans rarely know the details of the Big Lies and  Total Corruption at the top of the U.S. They don’t have experience at the Top or the vast time it takes to study what is happening at the top to see the truth. 

But most of them  have a general sense of the awful Big Lies and Corruption of all forms at the top of our society. 

They know that the people at the top never dare to tell these awful truths about their secret world of Lies and Corruption. The few who have tried to tell the truth have been cast into the Lower Depths or suffered terrible accidents of some form. Even people outside the System, like Wikileak’s Assange, who expose the documents of our rulers to the public get treated as criminals or traitors. 

Donald Trump is now broadcasting these awful truths about the U.S. at the top where he has been a total insider until now. He doesn’t dare use any of the vast troves of documents officially filed as  secrets to hide the truth from the public. But he tells the the big truths more broadly to avoid going to prison or worse, such as telling people how totally the top politicians are owned by their corporate “Contributors,” as their extortions are called euphemistically. 
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Trump "Almost Certain" To Win Republican Nomination Before Convention & Needs Only 7 of 11 Winner-Take-All States to Wrap It Up

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"........all commentators and political “experts” want to talk about is a contested Republican convention in Cleveland. While that’s certainly an interesting outcome to consider as it forces us to look back at political history to understand the precedent and what that precedent might mean come July, it’s as if no one has learned anything from the past nine months.

That is, the assumption should probably be that Trump is going to lock up the nomination before the convention, not that they’ll be some kind of historic bid to rob him in four months. The media - both liberal and conservative - act as though it’s virtually impossible for him to make it to 1,237 delegates. We’re talking about a guy here who no one thought would even register in terms of poll numbers and now he's the overwhelming favorite.

‘Bundy gang’ member arrested for threatening to shoot federal cops

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A member of the “Bundy gang”, which occupied a federal government office in Oregon for 40 days earlier this year, has been arrested for threatening to shoot law enforcement officers.

Scott A. Willingham said he would carry out the threat if he was not arrested for his role in the stand-off, according to the district attorney’s office.

The 49 year old was arrested Wednesday after he told a Grant County sheriff’s deputy that if he wasn’t jailed that day, he would "start shooting federal law enforcement officers" the next morning.

At the time of his arrest at a motel in Mount Vernon, Willingham was in possession of a semi-automatic rifle with 230 rounds of .308-caliber ammunition, according to Grant County District Attorney Jim Carpenter.

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Back When The World Was Sane: Doo Wop 50

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Did Africans Sell Africans Into Slavery? Let’s Ask Some Africans


If there is a historical weapon more powerful and decisive than guns, it is certainly guilt. Those who seek to conquer will wield the primitive biblical notion of collective guilt as a bludgeon to dampen a rival group’s spirit and their willingness to resist. Guilt is injected like a fatal virus into entire populations to demoralize and weaken them. And at least as far as whites in the West are concerned, it is working like a charm.

Without so much as asking a single question, many modern whites have gullibly swallowed a skewed and incomplete historical narrative that depicts them as history’s sole villains and the nonwhite world as innocent, suffering lambs.

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John Boehner backs Paul Ryan for president, calls Ted Cruz ‘Lucifer’

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He has evidently lost his mind, again.
Former House Speaker John A. Boehner said current Speaker Paul D. Ryan should be the Republican nominee for president if the party fails to chose a candidate on the first ballot at its national convention this summer in Cleveland.

“If we don’t have a nominee who can win on the first ballot, I’m for none of the above,” Mr. Boehner said at the Future Industry Association conference in Boca Raton, Florida, Politico reported. “They all had a chance to win. None of them won. So I’m for none of the above. I’m for Paul Ryan to be our nominee.”