Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Why Canada Must Fight For Nationalism In Times of Liberal Passive Subversive Terrorism

Via Cousin Dale

Dale said that he would be arrested if this photo had been taken in Canada.
Hello. I've had a challenging year like many, and been vastly unable to speak up or advocate to the degree I want to. While it's been great to see Canadians join together and speak out using our Freedoms, it's become obvious our Freedoms are under severe attack. I've never seen such media ignorance and bias in this country, and the actions of the Liberal Party of Canada (in my opinion) are that of passive subversive terrorists and traitors. We have allowed extremists in our midst that seem hellbent on selling off Canada to a global United Nations agenda. If that sounds crooked and jaded to you.....then you have not educated yourself on world politics and what the U.N. has already done to other nations.

We are being victimized, our economy stagnated, and our resource sectors have been slowed or shut down for strategic reasons. There are taxes and tariffs on nearly all major building commodities, killing new housing and building renovations. You think oil is just the problem for mass job loss? I've seen roughly 60% of western Canada's cabinet making facilities shut down. Talented and very qualified people didn't lose one job last year.....some lost two jobs or more. We have broad amounts of taxation to all and taxation applied to provinces never seen before....this is deliberate.

For many in Trump's America, a year to crow about

Via Billy

With unemployment declining, the local truck plant expanding and optimism on the rise, one industrial heartland region has become a microcosm of the reinvigorated America promised by Donald Trump.

Seen from Williamstown, 300 miles (500 kilometers) west of Washington, the political tumult since Trump's November 8, 2016 victory appears artificial to those who welcome his leadership as a break from business as usual.

The sleepy West Virginia town is in Wood County where 70 percent of voters celebrated the anti-establishment victory. A year later, they are pledging their loyalty to the Trump revolution, praising the billionaire businessman-turned-national-leader for already delivering on his declaration to reverse their declining fortunes.

 In an elbow of the industrial Ohio River basin, barges are filled with freight. Factories lining nearby Route 7 belch smoke and steam. On the highways, trucks are loaded with sections of pipeline and water tanks used in the region's shale gas drilling.

More @ Yahoo

The Fighting Gamecock: Thomas Sumter


Thomas Sumter in his encounters with the Indian na­tions enters the pages of recorded history. He had prob­ably been present at the fall of Fort Duquesne and in the campaign across the Ohio River and had learned some­thing of the red man during this early service. In any case, he was chosen to accompany Lieutenant Henry Timberlake to treat with the Over Hill Cherokees after they sought peace rather than face, from Byrd’s troops, more of what they had just received at the hands of Colonel James Grant and his mixed force of regulars and South Carolina militia. The embassy was a great adven­ture for the young Virginian as he suffered the hardships of the wilderness, hunted to survive, swam rivers, visited Echota and other Cherokee towns and competed with the braves in their own games and contests.

Finally, with a peace concluded, several of the Cherokee chiefs accom­panied their diplomatic visitors to Williamsburg. There the Indians asked that their new white friends come with them as companions and interpreters on a voyage to Eng­land, for an interview between Chiefs Ostenaco, Conne Shote and Wooc and “the King their father.” Lieutenant Governor Fauquier agreed, and Thomas Sumter was soon on his way to England.

The combined party arrived at Plymouth on June 16, 1762. and continued in England (where they made a sensation) for over three months.

Islamic Imam: I Repeatedly Warned De Blasio About NYC Terror Hotbeds, Potential Attacks But I Was Ignored


Prominent Islamic reformer Imam Mohammad Tawhidi claims he repeatedly warned New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio about Islamic terror hotbeds and potential oncoming attacks starting "years ago" but was continuously ignored.

"About [NYC] terrorist attack, I personally sent letters to Mayor De Blasio online & in person about terrorist breeding in NYC. He did nothing," wrote the Iranian-born Muslim reformist in the wake of the NYC terror attack on Tuesday evening.

Justice Department: US needs to double the number of immigration judges

Via Billy

James McHenry, acting director of the Justice Department's Executive Office for Immigration Review, said the Trump administration would have to double the number of immigration judges to make a dent in the record-high number of pending cases.

"We've run several estimations and we've asked for additional judges," he told the House Judiciary subcommittee on immigration and border security Wednesday. "I think up to a total of 700 is where it starts to turn around."

Currently, EOIR employs 336 immigration judges nationwide and is allowed up to 384 judges.
"The next budget request brings it up to 449. The president has outlined a policy that would add 370, that gets to approximately 700," McHenry said.

Sarah Sanders: One of Trump's flaws is having to deal with the press every day


Sarah Sanders said Wednesday that dealing with the press every day is one of President Trump's flaws.

"Yesterday from that podium you said all of our leaders have flaws, Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Kennedy. What are President Trump's flaws?" NBC News' White House correspondent Peter Alexander asked Sarah Sanders.

"Probably that he has to deal with you guys on a daily basis," Sanders said of the press.

‘Outright Act of Terror’ – White South Africans Protest Farm Murders, 74 Killed in 2017 So Far

Thousands of mainly white, Afrikaans-speaking South Africans have taken to the streets to protest the ongoing epidemic of savage farm murders sweeping the country.

The October 30th #BlackMonday protests were organised after civil rights group AfriForum released figures claiming the murder rate for South African farmers was 156 per 100,000 — putting it well above the already high national average and making farming in the troubled ex-colony arguably the most dangerous occupation in the world outside a warzone.

At the same time, the number of slain farmers, farm workers, and family members — most of them white — had hit 71, surpassing the estimated death toll for 2016.

However, local news outlet Times Live reported another elderly farmer hacked to death on the day of the #BlackMonday protest itself, and another three farmers were killed the day after, increasing the AfriForum total as of October 31st to 74.

Definitive figures are not available, as the African National Congress (ANC) government ordered the authorities to stop releasing details about the ethnicity of murder victims in 2007.

 More @ Breitbart

What Robert Mueller needs to fear

Special counsels, with their unlimited budgets and access to grand juries, can be fearsomely arbitrary.  But in the case of Robert Mueller and his staff of Democrat donors, there is competition that threatens to show up any bias toward hunting only Republicans.  Given the fact that this is primarily a political, not a legal tussle, Mueller should be worried about his reputation.

William McGurn of the Wall Street Journal explains:

    Like the special prosecutor, Mr. Nunes and his committee have been investigating the 2016 presidential campaign. Unlike the special prosecutor, Mr. Nunes has unearthed hard evidence about both Russian influence on the election and domestic spying on Trump campaign officials. And if the committee gets the documents it has been demanding for months about the Federal Bureau of Investigation's handling of the salacious Christopher Steele dossier, this week may end even more explosively than it's begun.

Facebook says Russia-linked ads that reached millions of Americans continued to 'sow division' and undermine Trump – not Hillary – even AFTER the 2016 election

 Colin Stretch, general counsel for Facebook (left) testified in a Senate hearing on Tuesday that ads placed by a Russian propaganda arm continued after President Trump won the White House, and were 'targeted at fomenting discord about the validity of his election'

The tech giant Facebook told Congress that ads representing 'foreign interference' in America's election system continued after Donald Trump won the White House – and appeared designed to hurt him.

Much of the focus on Russian involvement has come as part of a larger story that suggests Moscow instead sought to help Trump win the White House over Hillary Clinton.

But Facebook General Counsel Colin Stretch said in a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing that while his company first spotted the ads in the presidential primary season two years ago, they continued to run 'following the election.'

'We saw this concerted effort to sow division and discord,' Stretch explained. 'In the wake of the election – and now-President Trump's election – we saw a lot of activity targeted at fomenting discord about the validity of his election.'

More @ Daily Mail

Gillespie: Online Donations Have ‘Tripled’ After People Were ‘Disgusted’ by Controversial Latino Victory Fund Ad

Via Billy

Anti-Trump Congressional Republicans Hammered in 2018 Election Polls

There are plenty of seats up for grabs in 2018 – and establishment Republicans may have accidentally helped drain the swamp by publicly designating themselves as Republicans In Name Only.

Regardless of whether or not you believe the accuracy of the mainstream media’s polls on President Trump’s approval ratings (and we’ve reported in the past that they greatly oversample Democrats), his approval among Republicans is sky high (about 80 percent – higher than Reagan’s favorability among Republicans during his first year).

It was a few Republicans who derailed Trump’s Obamacare repeal attempts, and have voiced opposition to his immigration and tax agenda.

Manafort Indictment Shows That Mueller Is A Fraud

Via Billy

Special counsel Robert Mueller (Getty Images)

More than anything else, the indictments of Paul Manafort and his partner Rick Gates demonstrate the fraudulent nature of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. The probe has little to do with Russian interference in last year’s election. Instead, it is calculated to protect Mueller and a cabal within the FBI and Justice Department who covered up crimes by Hillary Clinton because they believed it was likely that she would be elected president.

And once Mueller and then his friend and successor James Comey covered for Hillary, they had to keep covering. There was a reason that Mueller was so available when he was so swiftly appointed Special Counsel in May by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. The Comey firing threatened to expose all that these same officials had swept under the rug. Yes, Rosenstein bit the bullet and drafted the memo that was the legal basis for firing Comey, but it would be followed by appointing Mueller.

                                                         More @ The Daily Caller

How trickery led to the fall of a famed Portsmouth shipyard and a longer Civil War

Via Bob

The USS Merrimack, in its heyday, was considered the most important ship at Gosport – what is today known as Norfolk Naval Shipyard.

Built at the Charlestown shipyard in Boston, it was a first-in-class steam frigate and state-of-the-art vessel when it was launched in 1855.

In April 1861, the month that included the bombardment of Fort Sumter, setting the Civil War in motion, as well as Virginia's secession from the Union five days later, shipyard commander Charles McCauley had been ordered to get the Merrimack out of the port to prevent its capture.

McCauley had been spooked, though, through a clever ruse devised by William Mahone, a railroad executive who built the Norfolk & Petersburg Railroad and later became a Confederate general.

More @ S&S

Allahu Akbar-itis: America's Deadly and Debilitating Disease

Via Billy

Allahu Akbar-itis: America's Deadly and Debilitating Disease

"Shout 'Allahu Akbar,' because this strikes fear in the hearts of the non-believers."

Who knew hijacker Mohammed Atta's parting words, discovered in his journal after the 9/11 attacks, would become a national punchline? The louder and more frequently jihadists around the globe shriek their signature battle cry, the more fervently multicultural apologists deny its meaning. They've transformed the Islamic supremacists' obvious and explicit call for violence into a bland utterance of peace as indiscernible and nonsensical as "Aloha Snackbar."

With blood still fresh on the pavement in Manhattan after Tuesday's outbreak of Allahu Akbar-itis that took at least eight innocent lives, Palestinian-American propagandist and Hamas cheerleader Linda Sarsour tweeted:

More @ Townhall


Via Billy


In defense of the Confederate government and Confederate prison officials in regards to Andersonville, an article was published in 1876 by the Southern Historical Society, consisting of 9 points that place the blame for deaths and suffering at Andersonville totally on Northern politicians and military authorities. Specifically President Lincoln, Sec. of War Stanton, Asst. Sec. of War Dana, and Gen. Grant shoulder the blame as noted in the following 9 points.

1. It is not denied that great suffering and mortality occurred but it was due to circumstances and conditions beyond CSA control.

2. If the death rate be adduced as "circumstantial evidence of barbarity" the rate of Confederate deaths was higher in Northern POW camps where there was an abundance of food, medicine, and shelter. The Confederacy captured and held about 270,000 Union prisoners from 1861-65 and 22,576 died. The Union captured and held about 220,000 Confederate prisoners and 26,436 died.

More @ SHNV


Via Kearney

 The “war hero” candidate buried information about POWs left behind in Vietnam.

John McCain was a ‘rat’ or ‘stoolie’ telling on other U.S. officers being held captive at the Hanoi Hilton prison.  When McCain first went to congress, members of congress turned their backs on him and did not communicate with him because of this, and also how he disgraced the military and his fellow officers who were severely punished by the North Vietnam guards and commanders of the Communist prison by McCain ratting them out.  I am also led to believe that McCain was referred to as ‘the canary’ by the other officers for telling or squealing on the others.  If you search the internet you will find some of these articles about what McCain did to his fellow officers in captivity and the stories of the other brave officers who reported on McCain upon returning to the United States.  He was also given special treatment by the communists while in prison, because his father was a 4 star Admiral.  Donald Trump was and is CORRECT!

McCain was personally responsible for the deadliest fire in the history of the US Navy. That catastrophe, with 27 dead and over 100 wounded trumps McCain’s record as a prisoner of war in North Vietnam.

Trump: Muslim who killed 8 in NYC came into US under Schumer's Diversity Visa Lottery Program & Trump steps up Extreme Vetting Program

Via Bill

Investigators scrambled Wendesday to find out how an ISIS sleeper agent — a foreign national from Uzbekistan — was allowed into the country, and how the bloodthirsty killer was able to fly under Homeland Securities radar.

President Donald Trump has an idea — it’s Chuck Schumer’s fault.

Trump said Wednesday morning that the suspect came to the U.S. in 2010under the Diversity Visa Lottery Program.

The diversity visa program provides up to 50,000 visas annually by lottery — not merit. Applicants must only have a high school diploma or meet basic work experience requirements. Trump has noted that the brains behind the program was Senate Minority Leader, Chuck Schumer.

Eight people were killed and 11 seriously injured in a Halloween afternoon attack that the mayor called “a particularly cowardly act of terror.” The driver was in critical condition, but expected to survive after a police officer shot him in the abdomen. Insiders reported the radical Islamic terrorist told investigators he was happy he was able to kill so many before being stopped.


Via Billy