Sunday, November 13, 2016

Is Obama Staging a Color Revolution in the US

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The recent victory of now President-elect Donald Trump has taken a lot of Americans by surprise.

But it would be safe to say that the corporate ruling elites that went all in on Hillary Clinton were literally shocked by her defeat. Without her at the head of the state they fear they may not be able to carry on spreading the corruption, which is believed to be at the foundation of the Clinton clan, or carry on waging wars upon other states which includes arming terrorists responsible for killing thousands of civilians around the world.

And even though the corporate elites have formally acknowledged Trump’s victory, they are pressuring the current government to fight the next US President tooth and nail, until all resources are exhausted. 

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Anti-Americanism Is Over

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CEO makes a direct threat to kill Donald Trump with a sniper rifle

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The Despot’s Song!

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Southern history contains many fine examples of literary and artistic merit long ignored by contemporary scholars and forgotten by the American public at large, both North and South. Much of this is due to the impact that the War had on the perception of the Southern people. Students in American literature will get a cursory understanding of Southern literature, primarily William Faulkner and Flannery O’Connor, but most are left believing that the South was a wasteland of intellectual material. Some scholars in the twentieth century took an interest in antebellum Southern literature and found it to be a delightfully refreshing contrast to the often banal works of their Northern counterparts. The South has always had a story to tell. Jay B. Hubbell’s The South in American Literature, 1607-1900 is an excellent primer for early Southern writing.

The Oregon Question

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[Extract from speech delivered in the United States Senate, March 16, 1846.]

But I oppose war, not simply on the patriotic ground of a citizen looking to the freedom and prosperity of his own country, but on still broader grounds, as a friend of improvement, civilization and progress. Viewed in reference to them, at no period has it ever been so desirable to preserve the general peace which now blesses the world. Never in its history has a period occurred so remarkable as that which has elapsed since the termination of the great war in Europe, with the Battle of Waterloo, for the great advances made in all these particulars. Chemical and mechanical discoveries and inventions have multiplied beyond all former example, adding, with their advance, to the comforts of life in a degree far greater and more universal than all that was ever known before.

Civilization has, during the same period, spread its influence far and wide, and the general progress in knowledge, and its diffusion through all ranks of society, has outstripped all that has ever gone before it. The two great agents of the physical world have become subject to the will of man, and have been made subservient to his wants and enjoyments; I allude to steam and electricity, under whatever name the latter may be called. The former has overcome distance, both on land and water, to an extent which former generations had not the least conception was possible. It has, in effect, reduced the Atlantic to half its former width, while, at the same time, it has added threefold to the rapidity of intercourse by land. Within the same period, electricity, the greatest and most diffuse of all known physical agents, has been made the instrument for the transmission of thought—I will not say with the rapidity of lightning, but by lightning itself.

Magic wires are stretching themselves in all directions over the earth; and when their mystic meshes shall have been united and perfected, our globe itself will become endowed with sensitiveness, so that whatever touches on any one point will be instantly felt on every other. All these improvements, all this increasing civilization, all the progress now making, would be in a great measure arrested by a war between us and Great Britain. As great as it is, it is but the commencement—the dawn of a new civilization, more refined, more elevated, more intellectual, more moral, than the present and all preceding it. Shall it be we who shall incur the high responsibility of retarding its advance, and by such a war as this would be?

Lewis Grizzard: A Personal Remembrance


Much has been written about Lewis Grizzard by those who knew him better in his productive years.

This is about Lewis when the world was young and some thoughts about the last mile. I first met him in 1964 when we were both wannabe writers, the sons of highly decorated World War II veterans who grew up in towns just 30 miles apart. We were politically incorrect before the term was invented, wool-dyed Cracker fans almost in the league with Chuck Dowdle, and unapologetically Southern. He was a fine athlete then, and at UGA he lit up the boards in crumbling Woodruff Hall more than once with his excellent jump shot. He shaved clean then and wore his hair combed over and tight, and he was physically bigger and more muscular than in later years. He showed us early the quick smile and legendary wit that would win him legions of loyal fans the world over.

Donald Trump's victory averted World War Three, top Putin aide claims

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It is clear that Ivanka loves her Daddy.

One of Vladimir Putin’s closest advisors has claimed Donald Trump’s victory has averted a third world war.

Speaking after Mr Trump won a shock victory over Hillary Clinton on Tuesday, Kremlin advisor Sergei Glazyev said the Democrat politician was a “symbol of war” and under Mr Trump the US had “a chance to change course”.

He told Russian news wire RNS: “Americans had two choices: World War Three or multilateral peace.

“Clinton was a symbol of war, and Trump has a chance to change this course”.

American Uprising: Everything is about to change.

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The media had the election wrong all along. This wasn’t about personalities. It was about the impersonal. It was about fifty million people whose names no one except a server will ever know fighting back. It was about the homeless woman guarding Trump’s star. It was about the lost Democrats searching for someone to represent them in Ohio and Pennsylvania. It was about the union men who nodded along when the organizers told them how to vote, but who refused to sell out their futures.
Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam.

This wasn’t an election. It was a revolution.

It’s midnight in America. The day before fifty million Americans got up and stood in front of the great iron wheel that had been grinding them down. They stood there even though the media told them it was useless. They took their stand even while all the chattering classes laughed and taunted them.

They were fathers who couldn’t feed their families anymore. They were mothers who couldn’t afford health care. They were workers whose jobs had been sold off to foreign countries. They were sons who didn’t see a future for themselves. They were daughters afraid of being murdered by the “unaccompanied minors” flooding into their towns. They took a deep breath and they stood.

They held up their hands and the great iron wheel stopped.

The Great Blue Wall crumbled. The impossible states fell one by one. Ohio. Wisconsin.Pennsylvania. Iowa. The white working class that had been overlooked and trampled on for so long got to its feet. It rose up against its oppressors and the rest of the nation, from coast to coast, rose up with it.

There Is No Violent Hate-Crimewave in 'Trump's America' : Please stop spreading unsubstantiated stories of Trump-induced terror.

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Let's get this out of the way: there's no doubt that Donald Trump's policies may pose a direct threat to certain classes of American people. But in the wake of his Tuesday night election as president of the United States, there has been a wave of people worrying for the physical safety of Mexicans, Muslims, and anyone else who isn't white, male, and gender-conforming. The fear seems to legitimately be that there are would-be perpetrators of sexual assault and race-based violence that have been well-behaved so far but will now, emboldened by a President-elect Trump, suddenly go wild with the raping and the hate crimes.

Implausible? I think so. But the narrative has been bolstered by a few high-profile incidents of alleged aggression in Trump's America.

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Sharyl Attkisson: NY Times Refused to Run Negative Stories on Hillary

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Black Pastor’s Message To Trump Protesters: ‘It’s Time to Unify, America’

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Ginni Thomas and Leon Benjamin. (Katie Frates/The Daily Caller News Foundation)

Bishop Leon Benjamin, a former Democrat, Gulf War veteran and black pastor from Richmond, has a post-election message for the anti-Trump rioters: “It’s time to unify, America!”

Benjamin served as a Donald Trump surrogate with courage and conviction and says in this exclusive video interview for The Daily Caller News Foundation that Americans have spoken at the polls.

Responding to a video of a white man beaten by black thugs, he says that as a black man himself, it hurts to see any of his own people, with a rich history of peaceful protest, behave in this way.

More with video @ The Daily Caller

President-elect Trump looking to pull out of global climate agreement

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President-elect Donald Trump is reportedly looking for avenues to withdraw from a global climate change agreement, Reuters reports.

According to the report, Trump and his transition team are looking for ways withdraw the U.S. from the Paris Agreement, a 2015 pact that plans to further curb greenhouse gas emissions that was ratified by 109 countries, including the U.S. The pact became effective on Nov. 4.

“It was reckless for the Paris agreement to enter into force before the election,” a Trump adviser told Reuters.

The Trump team is now looking for ways to bypass the agreement’s withdrawal procedures, which would take four years.

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 Well said though I don't believe he should interfere in the on going investigation.

This is one place I disagree. While personally I think she should be in jail the rest of her life. What I think is not important. Trump should tell the DOJ and FBI to stop. What! Am I crazy? No, and here is why.

If Trump was to go after Hillary, that would unite a disheveled democratic party. It would also galvanize the press against him. By being presidential and stepping above the fray he will gain tremendous goodwill. He is seen as benevolent and generous. Not petty and bitter as the press tried to paint him. He proves how wrong they were and are about him. Also, as of today, Hillary and Bill are irrelevant. If Trump makes her the target of an investigation, she is immediately a power player again.

With no power or influence the big money that was paid into their foundation will dry up. They have no influence, unless Trump gives them some. It is best if they just fade away.

The Democratic Party is in a shambles, and fighting internally. An investigation and then prosecution of Hillary will unite the Democratic Party against a single foe.


DNC Staff: Arrogance Cost Clinton the Election

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The Democratic National Committee is raging against the Clinton campaign machine.


On Thursday, Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta, held a conference call with devastated staffers that put the rosiest possible frame on a calamitous picture.

The message to the dozens of mostly young, sleep-deprived and shell-shocked aides: We did everything we could have. We wouldn't have changed a thing. You should still be proud.

Inside the Democratic National Committee headquarters, which sits half a mile south of the U.S. Capitol, eyes rolled and heads shook in frustration and disbelief.

Clinton's loss at the hands of Donald Trump amounted to the most surprising outcome in the history of modern electoral politics. Of course things could've been done differently. And ignoring that fact wasn't going to make the searing defeat any easier.

"We are pissed at them and state parties are pissed at them because they lost due to arrogance," a top DNC staffer tells U.S. News, sharing the candid sentiment suffusing the high levels of the committee in exchange for anonymity.

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Trump Tweets GOP Backstabbers Kasich, Bush Family and Romney

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DONALD TRUMP posted a few tweets on Sunday morning after minimal activity for most of the past week.

Trump posted gracious tweets to the Bush family, Mitt Romney and Ohio Governor John Kasich who all spoke out against him during the campaign.

Trump's 2nd Amendment Plan

One common criticism of billionaire businessman and President-elect Donald Trump is that he far too often speaks in vague generalities and rarely offers specifics about where he stands on the issues.
That is no longer the case, at least regarding his stance on gun rights and the Second Amendment, after Trump released his official policy position on his campaign website.

“The Second Amendment to our Constitution is clear. The right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed upon. Period,” the position paper began.

Trump went on to explain that the right to keep and bear arms is a right that pre-exists both the government and the Constitution, noting that government didn’t create the right, nor can it take it away.

He also rightly denoted the Second Amendment as “America’s first freedom,” pointing out that it helps protect all of the other rights we hold dear.

In order to protect and defend that right, Trump proposed tougher enforcement of laws that are already on the books, rather than adding new gun control laws.

Famous Black Comedian PRAISES Trump On SNL to Cheers From the Crowd

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The Six Things Donald Trump MUST Do As President

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Hillary Clinton represents everything that is wrong with the American ruling class. She epitomizes establishment corruption and wanton criminality, and to ignore her blatantly felonious behavior is to condone it.


Of all the ruinous policies enacted by the previous administration, none is so egregious and universally despised as The Affordable Care Act. It must be eradicated like the cancer that it is and replaced with a free-market-based alternative as soon as humanly possible.


The sneering response to Trump’s victory reveals exactly why he won

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If you want to know why Trump won, just look at the response to his winning. The lofty contempt for ‘low information’ Americans. The barely concealed disgust for the rednecks and cretins of ‘flyover’ America who are apparently racist and misogynistic and homophobic. The haughty sneering at the vulgar, moneyed American political system and how it has allowed a wealthy candidate to poison the little people’s mushy, malleable minds. The suggestion that American women, more than 40 per cent of whom are thought to have voted for Trump, suffer from internalised misogyny: that is, they don’t know their own minds, the poor dears. The hysterical, borderline apocalyptic claims that the world is now infernally screwed because ‘our candidate’, the good, pure person, didn’t get in.

Trump: Will Immediately Deport and/or Incarcerate 2/3,000,000 Criminal Illegal Aliens

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President-elect Donald Trump’s hard-line immigration stance was a central part of his campaign message in 2016 -- and he said in an interview airing Sunday that he plans to immediately deport approximately two to three million undocumented immigrants.

“What we are going to do is get the people that are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, where a lot of these people, probably two million, it could be even three million, we are getting them out of our country or we are going to incarcerate,” Trump said in an interview with CBS’ “60 Minutes.” “But we’re getting them out of our country, they’re here illegally.”

He continued by saying that after the border is “secure,” immigration officials will begin to make a “determination” about the remaining undocumented immigrants in the U.S.

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Laura Ingraham under consideration for White House press secretary

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Hadn't thought of this, but I believe she would be excellent and Ann Coulter could backup.

Conservative radio host Laura Ingraham is under serious consideration to be Donald Trump's White House press secretary, according to two sources with direct knowledge.

Trump appreciated Ingraham's loyalty through the campaign. A former white-collar defense attorney and Supreme Court law clerk, Ingraham helped Trump with debate preparation. She also campaigned on his behalf and offered occasional strategic advice.

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Trump's Election Win: Market closed at an all time high on Friday at 18,847.

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Sheriff Clarke Crushes Obama For Failing To Calm Down Anti-Trump Riots

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Sheriff Clarke just slammed Obama for not doing enough to calm down these protesters and failing to do hi job as president to ensure a peaceful transition of power.

“These are anarchists, full-fledged anarchists. They don’t even support the Constitution. This isn’t constitutionally protected behavior,” Clarke said about the rioters.

“They also advocate for the overthrow of the rule of law here in the United States of America. This is designed to intimidate the Trump administration right out of the gate and to intimidate Trump supporters so they don’t go big and bold once they take office in January, but they cannot be dissuaded by this,” continued Clarke.

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The Tolerant Liberal Reaction

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The Tolerant Liberal Reaction 

Most of my online friends and acquaintances who aren’t liberals have spent the last few days having what one called a “schadenboner”.

[Aside: following cogent criticism at Samizadata I realize that the word needs umlauts and a proper font for full appreciation


The mass freak out by the “liberal”/”progressive” part of the (social) media world has been hilarious to watch for the most part.

Couldn't find his address, but if someone does, I'll post it , but hopefully won't get a letter from a lawyer like last time.)


Hamas-CAIR Leader Calls For Overthrow Of U.S. Government

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The left-wing histrionics continue in the wake of Donald Trump’s victory on Tuesday. The latest example of over-the-top rhetoric comes from Hussam Ayloush, the head of the Council on American Islamic Relations’ Los Angeles office.

In a tweet on Wednesday, Ayloush suggests an Arab Spring-like overthrow of the United States Government.