Is the Deep State Winning?

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The stakes if it is.

By any reasonable standard, the presidency of Donald Trump has so far been a success. After eight years of Barack Obama’s sluggish recovery from the 2008 Great Recession, the economy is “blistering,” as MarketWatch put it, its vigorous growth creating jobs, raising incomes, and lifting the market’s “animal spirits.” Abroad, the “kick me” sign Obama and the progressives hung on America’s back is gone, with allies, rivals, and enemies alike now taking us seriously as the indispensable world power to treat with respect, rather than a daft rich uncle to bully and fleece. Continue reading

Watching America’s Collapse

Existence is running out for America

In the 1950s and 1960s the United States was a vibrant society. Upward mobility was strong, and the middle class expanded. During the 1970s the internal contradiction in Keynesian demand management resulted in stagflation. Reagan’s supply-side economic policy cured that. With a sound economy under him, Reagan was able to pressure the Soviet government, which was unable to solve its economic problem, to negotiate the end of the cold war. Continue reading

Out of control U.S. intel leakers go from shaming President Trump to shaming U.S.

The New York Times released detailed crime scene information, and photographs from the terror attack carried out by Salman Abedi.

 

“Furious” UK investigators have stopped sharing intelligence gathered from the Manchester bombing with the United States after U.S. law enforcement sources leaked key details and photographs from the investigation to domestic journalists.

Just as angry was U.S. President Donald Trump. In a presidential statement issued while Trump was at NATO HQ, he called the Manchester leaks “deeply troubling,” vowed to “get to the bottom” of them and demanded a full investigation by U.S. agencies. Continue reading

Rise of the liberal Murdochs, and the politics of advertiser boycotts

In a previous post it was mentioned that Faux News represented one side of the same coin in propaganda information warfare against Americans.

Now it officially has now been conquered, or at least took the mask off.

Bill O’Reily, the last man standing in the way, has finally been removed. As you can see in his case, you don’t even have to be convicted or found guilty of anything. Only enough controversy has to be manufactured, which will suffice as reason for being booted.

It’s now hard to say that there are any reputable outlets left on television. Sadly, many viewers have zero discernment and didn’t see Faux represented the same coin that helped divide America, and definitely won’t see the imminent change now imposed by the leftist Murdoch family.

American minds are being corraled and people don’t even see it.

Instead, they’ll be satisfied enough with the soothing political music-of-the-day playing in their ears, and will continue being convinced Tucker Carlson’s routine pouty facial expression means the station is continuing to take a hard stance on those evil, liberal bad guys.

 

 

The left is using allegations of sexual misconduct to organize advertiser boycotts in an effort to destroy Fox News because it can’t compete “in the arena of cable news,” Rush Limbaugh said.

The standard operating procedure for the left is not to level the playing field but to close it,” Limbaugh said in his April 20 broadcast.

It’s to deny participation on the playing field, not level it. No tolerance. No fairness. Their objective is to destroy the opposition because they can’t beat the opposition in the arena of competition where both entities are battling — and that would be, in this case, cable news.” Continue reading

New York Times – Altering the News to Charge Trump

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What newspapers are doing between the Print and Online Versions is becoming really about questioning their integrity and reveals why mainstream media is just not trustworthy any more.  The New York Times changed what they printed probably after realizing what they said might hurt Obama. This seems to be a pattern that I found myself involved in. Continue reading

New York Times 2015 Op-Ed Issued a Dire Warning About Polling Accuracy

When you see the Hillary-vs-Trump polls, here are two things you need to know:

  1. When they show Trump is behind, he’s tied.
  2. When they show Trump is tied, he’s ahead — by a landslinde.

 

As I demonstrated in yesterday’s article, How Bloomberg Spun its Own Poll Data to Make Hillary Clinton Seem Inevitable, the media is intentionally spinning poll results at best, and completely fabricating them at worst.

While that’s bad enough, there are also some deep, fundamental problems which plague any attempts to conduct accurate polling in 2016. Cliff Zukin, professor of public policy and political science at Rutgers University and a past president of the American Association for Public Opinion Research, wrote about many of these issues in a 2015 New York Times opinion piece titled, What’s the Matter With Polling? Continue reading

New Black Panther Party to openly carry guns at Republican convention as President Obama visits Dallas

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The New Black Panther Party announced on Tuesday that they planned to carry guns at next week’s Republican Party convention, in a sign of the racial tension that is roiling the nation as President Barack Obama spoke in Dallas, to pay tribute to five white police killed by a black gunman.

The NBPP has  surged to the forefront of America’s consciousness following the killing of two black men by police and the retaliatory murder of five white policemen in the space of three days last week.

Formed in Dallas, Texas in 1989, it is not an official successor to the Black Panther Party of the 1960s, but bears the same ideology.

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51 US diplomats: it’s time for strikes against Syria’s Bashar al-Assad

An attack on Syria means an attack on Iran, as they have a mutual defense pact.

An attack on either also means awakening the thousands of sleeper cells within the United States that have been there for decades or longer. If you thought the Orlando massacre was bad enough, imagine 50 to 100 of those of equal or greater intensity in a single day — maybe for a straight week or more.

 

Washington: More than 50 State Department diplomats have signed an internal memo sharply critical of the Obama administration’s policy in Syria, urging the United States to carry out military strikes against the government of President Bashar Assad to stop its persistent violations of a cease-fire in the country’s five-year-old civil war.

The memo, a draft of which was provided to The New York Times by a State Department official, says US policy has been “overwhelmed” by the unrelenting violence in Syria. It calls for “a judicious use of stand-off and air weapons, which would undergird and drive a more focused and hard-nosed US-led diplomatic process.”

Such a step would represent a radical shift in the administration’s approach to the civil war in Syria, and there is little evidence that President Barack Obama has plans to change course. Obama has emphasised the military campaign against the Islamic State over efforts to dislodge Assad. Diplomatic efforts to end the conflict, led by Secretary of State John Kerry, have all but collapsed. Continue reading

5 Chinese Cyber Attacks That Might Be Even Worse Than the OPM Hack

In another article from yesterday, we did indeed find out SF-86s were compromised… every one of them.

In addition, point number one explaining the networks of 23 gas pipeline companies having crucial information stolen which could lead to serious sabotage and disruptions in America’s critical infrastructure is alarming. This is what military experts would also consider groundwork for military operations, as the article puts it, and why random pipeline explosions and refinery fires in critical areas of the infrastructure need to be looked at with deeper scrutiny and discernment.

These incidents are eerily coincidental to events leading up to Spetsnaz’s First World War.

In 2013 we were notified by Russian Chief of the General Staff Valery Gerasimov that they were activated and ready for combat. Target marking, sabotage operations and elimination of enemy commanders were on the list of duties.

It’s not a game anymore. The sword is coming.

 

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Part of the reason I am a bit blasé about the Office of Personnel Management hack, is if the Chinese government is indeed behind it, it’s not by any stretch the most dastardly thing they have done in cyberspace. It’s just the most recent one that we know about. It’s getting a lot of press because personally identifiable information (PII) was compromised.

This breach has crossed streams with a breach a year ago that did involve investigative files. David Sanger and Julie Hirschfeld Davis at the New York Times do a good job of untangling these two incidents in their recent article. It takes some close reading to understand that the headline, “Hackers May Have Obtained Names of Chinese With Ties to U.S. Government”, isn’t about this incident but the hack of an OPM contractor a year ago. Continue reading

Russia ends US nuclear security alliance

The infamous Russian ‘nukes on the loose’ is in play, once again, giving them plausible deniability in advance. Russia is purposely turning a blind eye knowing that material in the past has been stolen and smuggled out. However, what’s more important to understand is the threat (Russia) behind the threat (islam that it radicalized to use as a proxy against the West). For more information on Russia and its Russian trained islamic terrorist proxies, terrorist dirty nukes in the U.S., see HERE.

This is but one of many sources that document the situation well. Reading JR Nyquist columns and especially his archives would be a great place to familiarize yourself with it.

Still don’t think it can’t happen or the Russians didn’t previously have one in America? In an interview with Time Magazine, JFK had something to say about one in the nation’s capital:

“We have a bustling communist enclave just four blocks from the White House,” I noted, meaning the Soviet embassy. Kennedy paused, fork between plate and mouth, and said, “You know, they have an atom bomb on the third floor of the embassy.” … “If things get too bad and war is inevitable,” he said, “they will set it off and that’s the end of the White House and the rest of the city.”

Yes, the threat is real. If it could’ve happened then, it could happen now — especially with the U.S. borders being so open for years on end.

 

WASHINGTON — The private diplomatic meetings took place over two days in mid-December in a hotel overlooking Moscow’s Red Square.

But unlike in previous such gatherings, the sense of camaraderie, even brotherhood, was overshadowed by an uncomfortable chill, according to participants.

In the previously undisclosed discussions, the Russians informed the Americans that they were refusing any more US help protecting their largest stockpiles of weapons-grade uranium and plutonium from being stolen or sold on the black market. The declaration effectively ended one of the most successful areas of cooperation between the former Cold War adversaries.

“I think it greatly increases the risk of catastrophic terrorism,” said Sam Nunn, the former Democratic senator from Georgia and an architect of the “cooperative threat reduction” programs of the 1990s. Continue reading

The White House Wants to Issue You an Online ID

A few years back, the White House had a brilliant idea: Why not create a single, secure online ID that Americans could use to verify their identity across multiple websites, starting with local government services. The New York Times described it at the time as a “driver’s license for the internet.”

Sound convenient? It is. Sound scary? It is.

Next month, a pilot program of the “National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace” will begin in government agencies in two US states, to test out whether the pros of a federally verified cyber ID outweigh the cons.

The goal is to put to bed once and for all our current ineffective and tedious system of using passwords for online authentication, which itself was a cure for the even more ineffective and tedious process of walking into a brick-and-mortar building and presenting a human being with two forms of paper identification. Continue reading

NASA-funded study: The way to save Western civilization from collapse is communism

“We can’t expect the American people to jump from capitalism to communism, but we can assist their elected leaders in giving them small doses of socialism, until they awaken one day to find that they have communism.”

“We do not have to invade the United States, we will destroy you from within.”

– Nikita Khrushchev

If the United States wants to avoid falling like the Roman Empire, it must avoid “overconsumption” and distribute resources equally, according to a study funded by NASA.

“The fall of the Roman Empire, and the equally (if not more) advanced Han, Mauryan, and Gupta Empires, as well as so many advanced Mesopotamian Empires, are all testimony to the fact that advanced, sophisticated, complex, and creative civilizations can be both fragile and impermanent,” reads the NASA-funded report published in the Ecological Economics journal. Continue reading

Obama Administration Ignores Russian Nuclear Violations

The United States has always failed to understand Soviet strategy and mindset. They sign treaties not because they will abide by them, but because they know the United States will.

“Treaties are like pie crusts, they are made to be broken” – Vladimir Lenin

Russia is covertly developing and testing nuclear missiles in violation of the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty and the Obama administration to date has failed to hold Moscow accountable, according to arms control specialists.

“The Russians have basically violated every major treaty they’ve ever entered into, certainly every major weapons treaty,” said Sen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.), a member of the Senate Foreign Relations and Intelligence Committees. He is also a leader of a Senate arms control group.

The Free Beacon first reported in October that a Russian test of a new missile, the RS-26, violated the INF treaty. The accord prohibits ballistic missiles with ranges of 5,500 kilometers (3,415 miles) or less, and cruise missiles with ranges less than 500 kilometers (310 miles). Continue reading

Report: Americans completely reliant on China for antibiotics

The United States is nearly completely reliant on China for its supply of lifesaving antibiotics.

“The crucial ingredients for nearly all antibiotics, steroids and many other lifesaving drugs are now made exclusively in China,” The New York Times reported in the 32nd paragraph of a Friday article entitled “Medicines made in India set off safety worries.” Continue reading

Zimbabwe Adopts the Yuan

We could be seeing the beginning of the end, which has been years in the making. At first glance, the uninformed reader would say “Zimbabwe? Big deal.” However, avalanches don’t start off big, America’s enemy list is exponentially growing world-wide and is far from being untouchable, but most people who invest their time following the Kardashians couldn’t tell you that. As long as the malls are still open, everything is fine.

When the Zimbabwe currency collapsed, they began using U.S. dollars. It was a pretty smooth transition because at the time (2009), the dollar was really very stable. As the global reserve currency, the dollar attracted a great deal of support during the financial crisis. Of course, there were a few problems. One was that while there were plenty of dollar bills to use, there was very little change (meaning coins). The New York Times wrote a story about this reality in 2012: Continue reading