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Was It Wrong for Scientists to Create a Pig-Human Hybrid Embryo?

January 29, 2017

from Anonymous

Scientists at the Salk Institute in California have created a part-human, part-pig embryo. Bioethicist Arthur Caplan told us about the ethical concerns involved in mixing human and animal DNA.

An experiment reported on Thursday in Cell, a peer-reviewed scientific journal, announced a purported breakthrough in bioengineering: the successful creation of an embryo with both human and pig DNA (and to be clear, the artwork above is just a photo of a sculpture). The results, “raise the possibility of xeno-generating transplantable human tissues and organs towards addressing the worldwide shortage of organ donors,” according to the paper. But while the embryo was only allowed to develop for a few days, the genesis of this early-stage creature revives an uncomfortable debate about whether animal-human hybrids are, well, horrifying monsters waiting to happen.

In November 2015, shortly after the National Institutes of Health (NIH) put a hold on its own experiments that combined human and animal cells, the federal government hosted a meeting of the minds to discuss that very question. More specifically, the NIH feared “the specter of an intelligent mouse stuck in a laboratory somewhere screaming ‘I want to get out,” NIH ethicist David Resnik, told Technology Review magazine. Read more >>>


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How Trump Has Rewritten The Rules – Tim Montgomerie

January 22, 2017

Tim Montgomerie is a British journalis and blogger best known outside the news industry and politics for founding the Conservative Home blog. In spire of what some people may choose to believe, this blog is not run by conservatives (we’re not Labour supporters either) but we want to share an excellent article from Mr. Montgomerie which puts the Trump phenemenon in perspective vis – a – vis globalism and the rampant authoritarianism of the ‘left’.

How Trump has rewritten the political rules


Tim Montgomerie spent much of the past year in the United States covering one of the most extraordinary presidential elections in history. This is the second in a three-part series, summarising what he learned. (The first part can be found here.)

The weaknesses of the mainstream American media have reached a critical, democracy-endangering stage

The mainstream media plays a vital role in democracy. It educates the public about what politicians are doing (and not doing). And almost as importantly, it educates politicians about what is happening in the country they seek to serve, and what they might be missing.

But for year after year, in this age of hugely disruptive internet-based competition, the mainstream media – especially what online insurgents call the “dead tree press” – has been in a fight for its economic survival. Newsrooms have shrunk as reporters have been fired to cut costs, and it’s often the higher-paid and more experienced reporters who get dropped first. Some of the best journalism has become hidden behind paywalls.

At the same time, the tendency of media organisations based in New York and Los Angeles – both bastions of liberal leftism – to employ like-minded people has accelerated. Hard data about the ideological composition of newsrooms is difficult to come by, but research during the recent campaign by the Center for Public Integrity found that 96 per cent of political donations by journalists were to the Clinton campaign.

The executive editor of The New York Times recently admitted that “we don’t get religion”. Not getting religion in one of the most religious nations on earth is not a minor journalistic failing. And what about not getting people with guns, or people who work in coalmining, or veterans who’ve served in the military?

Some newsrooms have been so busy recruiting more women and ethnic minorities – very correctly – that they have forgotten other forms of diversity which ensure that groupthink doesn’t compromise editorial decisions. The result is the equivalent, if we were to put it into a British context, of an editorial conference full of Remainers: they can try their best to reflect the views of the rest of the nation, but it won’t be easy or complete. On top of which, such journalists often choose to think the worst of people they don’t naturally agree with, or even mix with. This is one reason why wanting your country to govern itself – the dominant motivation of Leavers in the UK – is regularly and disproportionately portrayed as racist or xenophobic.

These two key trends, of tough revenue models and ideologically monochrome newsrooms, have reached a point in America (and the London-based media may not be so very far behind) where the press can’t afford to do its work of reporting the nation – a nation which it doesn’t even know half of as well as it should.

An environment is created where large numbers of voters stop trusting the media and choose instead to read fringe alternatives: the Age of Breitbart.

 ‘Liar, liar, liar’ turns into ‘Yawn, yawn, yawn’

One of my favourite moments during the confirmation hearings now taking place on Capitol Hill (and I know I shouldn’t laugh) was when Rex Tillerson, the ex-Exxon chief, friend of Vlad-the-Bad and nominee for Secretary of State, was asked by one Senator about lobbying against sanctions on Russia by the company he ran until very recently.

Tillerson, wearing a face as straight as a pipeline, replied by saying that he had not been aware of any lobbying. Er, said Senator Corker, the foreign affairs committee chairman, I remember you lobbying me at the time. Read more >>>

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Obama Has been An Inspirational President?Well He Probably Inspired More Suicides Than Any Other.

January 18, 2017

The Slate is one of those American political magazines that likes to pretend it presents and unbiased and objective view of world events. This is why for the past eight years the editorial policy has been objectively sucking Barack Obama’s cock. And why now Slate writers are still heaping praise on the inept and divisive man and the scant achievements of his failed administration.

Obama’s greatest achievement perhaps it to have put Donald Trump in The White House. Whether you think this is a good or bad thing depends on your political stance. This blog is neutral, our view being that Trump can’t be a worse president than any of the three that preceded him.

But let’s have a look at what The Slate has to say (and better still, some of the readers comments which have Obama’s legacy sussed out far better than the author of the main article.

Obama’s Legacy Won’t Be His Political Achievements

He wanted to be a transformational president. He’ll be an inspirational one instead.

Bill Francis 2 hours ago

Obama has done more to damage America than any previous President.  One of the worst issues is his bringing America to the brink of financial collapse with over regulations, the making illegal changes to laws, increased taxation and extraordinary increases of the costs of the “nanny” state.

Not only these issues but his constant apology tours, bowing to foreign leaders and international give – aways to Russia and Iran have destroyed America’s reputation in the world.  His “leading from behind” is the best example of a failed international policy.  What he should have been saying is “IF IT TO BE IT IS UP TO ME” and lead by example.

Chris Campbell 2 hours ago

I really just don’t understand the instinct to praise Obama.

He was definitely a transformational president. He transformed a huge Democrat majority into a completely ineffective and irrelevant minority. Democrats should be very angry about that. But instead they praise him.

The GOP praises him as well, in private. Not only has he handed them the best position they have had in nearly a century, but he and Harry Reid have created tools that will make that position even stronger. They are having a very difficult time containing their glee.

Phrank 1 hour ago

@Chris Campbell  If Obama was white, there is NO WAY Democrats would be heaping the kinds of adulations on him and his “legacy” that we see every day and despite all the contrary data showing what an abominable failure he/it has been.  It is embarrassing, unseemly, and fundamentally RACIST — because the Left simply cannot have what they incessantly call the “First African-American President” to be (or have been) anything less than a demi-god.

Unfortunately, thanks to their completely deluded (or willfully blind) mindset, they may have also made Obama the last “African American President.”

Paul Keith: Civil but Disobedient Member1 day ago

GWB, when asked where his Presidency would rank in history wisely – for him that was huge – said that he would let history be the judge.  Wherever President Obama ranks when the histories are written a generation or two from now, he may not be at the top but I am confident he will be nowhere near the bottom where Donald Trump will be competing with Richard Nixon for that spot.

Christopher1988 1 day ago

In all sincerity–and this is coming from a liberal Democrat–what hope does he give us? The ACA is not a great accomplishment, even if it lasts (it protects the industry it was supposed to compete with, and people like me are stuck not being able to afford it but penalized every year for not participating in it), and it’s his only accomplishment. We can’t take hope in terrible election results for Democrats across the country paralleling his years in office, or his inabilty to get Hillary elected, or break the opposing party’s block on his SCOTUS nominations. Reagan did pretty much all of that, so we know it can be done in the modern age. We can’t take hope from his rewarding Wall Street crooks rather than opening proceedings against them, or using the internet to spy on all of us, or demonizing whistleblowers.

We thought–and maybe it was racist of us–a black man would be different. But he hasn’t been. And he’s done basically nothing for minorities in America. SCOTUS gave us gay marriage. Military intelligence took down Bin Laden.

The guy is a good looking speech maker. Are we supposed to hope for more of those?

celtic 1 day ago

Obama kind of mocked B Clinton as non-transformational, but he really should have learned from him. After Clinton over-reached with Hillary care and lost the Congress, he started working with Repubs, finding middle ground and got some things done. (He did have luck with the Cold War having ended, and the tech boom).

With Obama it was always strictly his way or the highway – even Dem leaders indicate he seemed too above it all to work with them – causing increased bad feelings all around, and after he lost Congress not much getting done.

Clinton wasn’t transformational, but he was a good president, and Obama wound up being neither.

Pharmgrl 1 day ago

“With Obama it was always strictly his way or the highway..”

You are Spot.On.

IMHO it’s a cop out to say it was Obamas race that lead to the unraveling of his legacy.

It was his abuse of executive power and marginalizing elected reps of half the country, right out of the starting gate with Obamacare.

After losing first the house, then the senate in historical blowbacks as the American people tried to reign him in, instead of the conciliatory third way approach that Clinton wisely adopted, an undeterred and yes-arrogant to the point of Shakespearean “tragic flaw”-Obama proceeded to stomp all over Article II, using every possible end run around Congress and its alleged power of the purse, to keep his agenda afloat.

From my chair I’d say the moment the reality TVideologue buffoon Trump saw his opening was just after 2014 midterms. Obama declared he had “a pen and a phone” and passed immigration reform by executive fiat, less than 2 weeks after the biggest electoral blowback since WWII, and over the vociferous objections of the new senate majority leader.

Trump is simply a Newtonian equal and opposite reaction to Obamas running roughshod over elected reps of half the country for 8 years.

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January 13, 2017

Go Ask Alice

Have we short circuited kids’ life imagination
Through indiscriminate use of digitalization?
Show, don’t tell is the writers’ exhortation,
But there’s nothing left to tell with virtual visualization,
No roads less traveled to embark upon
With sense imprinted on graphic representation.
Go ask Alice, but be sure she’s print consulted.
Tweedledee and Tweedledum noise and light
Leave sense and senses senselessly assaulted.
With no books to read or nature’s seed,
Fantastic flight may be permanently stunted.
Peter Pan would have quite a bit to say
About techno kidnapping of kids’ creative play.

Chris Brockman
Illustration: Marjorie Torrey from 1950’s edition

This poem from Chris Brockman made me think:

Not long ago I read a comment by a silicon valley billionaire (can’t remember the name) who, on being challenged on his company’s focus on replacing language with icons said he is trying to make a more visual world.
Now I’m not a religious person but it brought to mind the opening lines in The Book of John, “In the begining was the word, and the word was with God. And the word was God.”
Loads of philosophical connotations there, but for now I invite people to consider that without language (the word) we are on the way back to equality with the animals.
I used the standard KJV bible translation, dig a bit and it gets more interesting. The Word in Zoroastrian, Syriac and Armenian texts is El or Ea, and to Ethiopian Christians (and Rastafarians) Jah, all of which mean “I am”
Once we get our heads round “I am” the rest of the words follow.
Digital technology is a fine tool, a means to an end, but when the tool becomes the end we are in dangerous territory.

Deep State Is In Deep Trouble

January 10, 2017

From Sputnik News
10 January, 2017

US ruling power is in deep trouble because there are growing signs that the mass of citizens are no longer beholden to the supposed authority residing in Washington.

Once the legitimacy of would-be authorities begins to collapse in the eyes of the people, then profound political change is in the offing, as history shows us through countless empires that came and went – often ignominiously.

The so-called American Deep State comprising the military-intelligence apparatus and its operatives in the political and media establishment has put its credibility on the line over allegations of Russian interference in the US elections.

Those allegations are threadbare, indeed baseless, despite concerted, overweening attempts by the Deep State to conjure up something of substance.

The latest high-level intelligence report from the CIA

, NSA, FBI and other US spy agencies on alleged Russian cyber hacking may have “wowed” President Barack Obama, various members of Congress and the corporate-controlled news media.

Not so for ordinary Americans. Among rank-and-file citizens the reaction has been underwhelming to say the least. And that should be a matter of anxiety for the ruling establishment. If the people can no longer be commanded, then the whole foundation for power begins to erode like a sandcastle.

As a New York Times report put it: “What’s the big deal? asks Trump’s supporters on Russian hacking report”.

Among ordinary voters far removed from the Washington Beltway Bubble the consensus is one of derision towards the once-revered US intelligence community.

“Sore losers”, “sour grapes”, “crybabies” and “absurd” were just some of the disbelieving responses from ordinary folks about claims that Russian agents directed by Russian President Vladimir Putin had tipped the US November election in favor of Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton.

“I don’t believe the [US] intel report,” said one man in Louisiana. “Why is everybody so afraid of Russia? I’m not against Putin.”

Another man, a retired US air force officer, added: “From the parts of the [US intel] report I’ve seen it seems silly.”

President-elect Trump, once again, seems more in tune with the real, pressing concerns of common citizens. He emerged from his so-called “briefing” by US intelligence chiefs last Friday and pointedly refused to join the Washington blowhards accusing Russia of “an act of war”. Trump in fact followed up with a comment that it was only a “stupid” person would not want to have good relations with Russia. >>


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Astronomers reveal fast FRBs have been discovered coming from the same mystery cosmic source

January 6, 2017

FRBs are mystery radio bursts from deep space that last for just a few milliseconds.

from International Business TimesInternational Business Times

Six additional repeating fast radio bursts have been discovered coming the same unknown source in space. The FRBs came from the same region beyond the Milky Way where 10 bursts had previously been detected – and their discovery should give a greater insight into what caused them.

FRBs are radio signals from deep space that last just a few milliseconds. The first FRB was detected in 2001 and since then over a dozen have been found in telescope data. However, these all appeared to be one-off events, with no two bursts coming from the same location. This means follow-up observations were not possible, keeping their source a mystery.

Current theories as to their cause involve a cataclysmic event like a neutron star collapsing into a black hole or a supernova. Another option is they are coming from a young, highly magnetised, extragalactic neutron star.

In March, scientists announced the discovery of the first repeating FRBs. Ten bursts were recorded coming from the same direction as FRB 121102 – a spot in space far beyond the Milky Way.

Their findings, published in the journal Nature, showed the bursts had the same dispersion measurements as the original FRB, indicating the source must have survived whatever event produced the FRB in the first place. As a result, the bursts cannot be being produced by a one-off event. Read more >>>


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How The Elites Exempt Themselves From The Consequences Of Their Sanctimonious, Ideologically Driven Agendas

January 3, 2017

I’ve been saying it for years, not others are saying the same thing too, if the elites had to live in the real world with the rest of us, they would soon abandon their authoritarian ‘liberal’ agendas when they came up against the effects of idiotic notions such as ‘flooding a developed nation with uneducated, semi – literate, unskilled religious fanatics benefits the economy and enriches the culture’, or, ‘all human beings can be made equal if governments create enought new laws, or, ‘the right of free speech and free expression should only be avalable to those whose sentiments are approved on by government.’

Here’s a point of view on the wider issues surrounding the topic of elitist authoritarianism by the extellent Americanlibertarian writer Victor Davis Hanson:

It’s Still a Mad, Mad California

Coastal elites set rules for others, exempt themselves, and tolerate rampant lawlessness from illegal aliens. One reason for the emergence of outsider Donald Trump is the old outrage that elites seldom experience the consequences of their own ideologically driven agendas.

Hypocrisy, when coupled with sanctimoniousness, grates people like few other human transgressions: Barack Obama opposing charter schools for the inner city as he puts his own children in Washington’s toniest prep schools, or Bay Area greens suing to stop contracted irrigation water from Sierra reservoirs, even as they count on the Yosemite’s Hetch Hetchy project to deliver crystal-clear mountain water to their San Francisco taps.

The American progressive elite relies on its influence, education, money, and cultural privilege to exempt itself from the bad schools, unassimilated immigrant communities, dangerous neighborhoods, crime waves, and general impoverishment that are so often the logical consequences of its own policies — consequences for others, that is. Abstract idealism on behalf of the distant is a powerful psychological narcotic that allows caring progressives to dull the guilt they feel about their own privilege and riches.

Nowhere is this paradox truer than in California, a dysfunctional natural paradise in which a group of coastal and governing magnificoes virtue-signal from the world’s most exclusive and beautiful enclaves. The state is currently experiencing another perfect storm of increased crime, decreased incarceration, still ongoing illegal immigration, and record poverty.

Read more at: National Review

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Racist Professor Calls For “White Genocide,” Blames ‘The Right’ For Misinterpreting His Tweets

December 27, 2016

from Zero Hedge

A Drexel University Political Science professor – who has a book coming out in February – and is a communist, graced the world with his Christmas wish to see an entire race of human beings exterminated. You know, like Hitler.


Hilarious, right? Especially if you replace the word “white” with any other race. This warm holiday sentiment comes from the mind of George Ciccariello-Maher, a cultishly liberal academic who’s never existed outside of a university environment, having previously corrupted young minds at U.C. Berkeley and the Venezuelan School of Planning in Caracas. Ciccariello then doubles down on his Christmas Eve banter:


To review, this is what he’s talking about:


Nice guy. Now, in an attempt to backpedal during an Eichenwaldian moment of clarity liberals get after haphazardly revealing they’re fucking idiots underneath that academic exterior, Ciccariello is lashing out by blaming everyone who was offended for not having “bothered to do their research” in preparation for his satirical tweets.


Drexel university has issued a statement:


No word on which wrist Drexel plans to slap, but 4chan anon knows what’s up:


People like Ciccariello-Maher exist to indoctrinate adult children into a reactionary class of morons who hear a trigger word and start regurgitating information without even moderate possession of the facts. These perpetual winners are are easily manipulated by identity politics which “intellectual” losers like Ciccariello capitalize on. While undeniably atrocious, slavery in America was conducted almost entirely by rich southern democrats – a small percentage of Americans, in the 1800’s. It has been a fucked up institution for thousands of years, and is still happening today in many parts of the world. It’s also been abolished in the USA for over 130 years, and the playing field has been legally leveled for over half a century despite structural racism legislated into society. There are of course vestiges of slavery which affect minorities to this day, none of which should be used as a tool for manipulation to generate guilt or resent – or as a reason to exterminate white people. I wonder if Ciccariello-Maher would issue the same call to genocide for all brown people, since slavery is alive and well in places like Saudi Arabia?

As long as angry radicalized career academics continue peddling white guilt to impressionable snowflakes – many of whom entered into lifelong debt to fund their own brainwashing, untold millions of basement-dwelling failures to launch will have a perpetual villain to blame for their shitty lives. That is, until the last white person has been exterminated.

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Rudolph Steiner Dec 27, 2016 10:37 AM

Heard rumor Conor McGregor has taken umberage ~ plans a housecall ~ I hope, for the charitable professor’s sake, it is merely as rumor.

Flankspeed60 Dec 27, 2016 10:11 AM

The university system is something akin to festering ebola camps. As parents, why would we shove our kids into them for four years and seriously believe they could emerge without being infected? Until we learn how to vaccinate, or better yet, purge this filth from our education system, our children will become carriers of this disease and continue to infect every institution they touch. Our country can never be at peace with itself until we finally remove this scourge.

truthalwayswinsout Dec 27, 2016 10:04 AM

We can always start and stop with him.

cheech_wizard Dec 27, 2016 9:32 AM

Is it true he actually took his wife’s last name?

Standard Disclaimer: With a cuck cuck here, and a cuck cuck there…

Praeda2 Dec 27, 2016 9:32 AM

He wasn’t joking as he has tweets going back YEARS where he’s said the same garbage.

He has a six year old son he’s indoctrinating to hate himself as well as a bunch of disturbing violent crap.

Reaper Dec 27, 2016 9:08 AM

His self loathing can be alleviated by self destruction.

FreedomGuy Reaper Dec 27, 2016 9:35 AM

I have asserted for several years that the Left is a self-loathing death cult. Whether it is enviro’ whose core assertion is that there are too many people in the world, abortion or these genius Caucasian self-loathing beta males, the end of all things is autocracy and death.

I wonder which other culture he considers superior?

When these people run into real academics they wither under intellectual fire. That’s the moment they retreat to the insults and being offended.

koan Dec 27, 2016 8:56 AM

As Trump says Make America White Again.

Pejorative Requiem koan Dec 27, 2016 9:42 AM

I’ve never heard Trump say that. Any proof?. Some video perhaps?

FreedomGuy koan Dec 27, 2016 9:36 AM

When did he say that?

Kat Daddy Dec 27, 2016 8:54 AM

Let’s make America Haiti again!  Cicarello-Maher, Ignatiev, these guys look white but, are they?  Could they be……the unspeakables.

shimmy Dec 27, 2016 8:52 AM

I love those liberal cultists!

koan Dec 27, 2016 8:52 AM

He’s mad about his hyphenated name, and as for genocide my suggestion is that we start with the ones calling for it.

FreedomGuy koan Dec 27, 2016 9:41 AM

Good point, koan. Morons like this guy actually validate white supremacists. He and those like him say there IS something to race which makes the KKK, Antisemites and others correct. Then the debate simply devolves to who should dominate. This is why the thoroughly racist Left causes the rise of a similar but opposite force in National Socialists and similar groups…who actually do not argue about autocratic governments, either.

This is what passes for intellect at the modern leftist schools of indoctrination. We will soon have to start deprogramming organizations similar to the old Moonies.

sister tika Dec 27, 2016 8:52 AM

George Ciccariello-Maher has the appearance of an avid pole smoker who has “issues”. To wit: I don’t his biscuits are done.

stant Dec 27, 2016 8:28 AM

Dirty white boy 1979

clade7 stant Dec 27, 2016 8:39 AM

hyphenated name, immaculately groomed, Mother Nature showing up with no elec will take him out in a day or two…hyphens and all…nothing to see here..

Reginald Blome Dec 27, 2016 8:26 AM


Did anyone else happen to inadvertently click this link: 

Lawd almighty, that’s one terrifying scenario to contemplate!

LyLo Dec 27, 2016 8:23 AM

It’s weird how everyone is suddenly “just joking.”

You know, only after going this far.  Not after years of bashing people they disagreed with, mind.  Just after going completely bonkers and getting called out on it.

In two weeks, when he makes a similar slip, wanna bet he’s “just joking” then too?

FreedomGuy LyLo Dec 27, 2016 9:43 AM

When you “joke” you include some clue to indicate it is sarcasm, humor or irony. He does not do this. He is serious and just got caught so he goes Clintonesque with the retraction-nonretraction.

Bondo Dec 27, 2016 8:21 AM

just good old liberal satire ha ha


replace one word in that tweet and this ‘professor’ would be jailed and never work again

SummerSausage Dec 27, 2016 8:10 AM

Haiti killed the white folks – how did that turn out for Haiti?

Why don’t these professors ever teach that the first slave owner on US soil was a black man who sued in 1655 to legalize slavery?  If not for Angolan and former indentured servant Anthony Johnson, slavery would never have existed on US soil.  Slavery was a way of life in Africa and Johnson wanted it legalized here.

cheech_wizard SummerSausage Dec 27, 2016 9:33 AM


YHC-FTSE Dec 27, 2016 8:00 AM

There doesn’t seem to be much difference between universities and institutions for the criminally insane these days.

Bondo YHC-FTSE Dec 27, 2016 8:25 AM

in an asylum you can have an opposing view

ILIKEMITTENS Dec 27, 2016 7:47 AM

Its about time to get this shit started. Is this idiot too stupid to see whats going on in venezuela? Thats what happens when brownies try to run shit. Thats what the socialists want here. Thats what theyll get if/when whiteys gone. Retards.

FreedomGuy ILIKEMITTENS Dec 27, 2016 9:45 AM

Exactly. Interestingly, socialism gets about the same results regardless of which race or ethnic group runs it. You think they might get suspicious of the ideology…if they are truly intellectual.

Praeda2 ILIKEMITTENS Dec 27, 2016 9:34 AM

You’ll love this. He moved to Venezuela for awhile. Came back and wrote a book about how GREAT it is. I shit you not.

Snout the First ILIKEMITTENS Dec 27, 2016 8:12 AM

Of course world-wide Venezuela  will be the result once Whites are eliminated, or so few in numbers that we no longer matter. But they don’t  care. They hate us so much that hell-on-Earth is a price they will gladly accept to see us all dead.

King Tut ILIKEMITTENS Dec 27, 2016 7:58 AM

Don’t mistake (((Bolshevism))) for socialism

Praeda2 King Tut Dec 27, 2016 9:35 AM

“Socialism leads to Communism” – Karl Marx

Azannoth King Tut Dec 27, 2016 8:00 AM

I agree it’s like comparin a Sewer-Rat with a Venomous-Snake – they are obiously very different but you don’t want either in your house

Raul44 Dec 27, 2016 7:42 AM

Then why he dont kill himself for starters.

overmedicatedun… Dec 27, 2016 6:57 AM

this rump rider, stands strong with the 2 fags who attack Trump’s daughter and her children on jet blue..they have called the white middle class “Haters” for so many years repeated in press and TV…but the sane white knows who the “Haters” are.

Ghost of PartysOver overmedicatedundersexed Dec 27, 2016 7:29 AM

And I will ask the question again; “What is a college education worth today unless it is the hard sciences?”.

scsherman Ghost of PartysOver Dec 27, 2016 9:22 AM

Oh you mean the hard science professors that agree with the global warming/climate change conspiracy? Try again. All college education is useless. I went to college and did very well, but that time and money would have been better spent elsewhere. The piece of paper did open a few doors for interviews and promotions, but I am not convinced they would have not still occurred without that piece of paper of 4 more years of relevant experience and knowledge.

overmedicatedun… Ghost of PartysOver Dec 27, 2016 8:12 AM

ans: a trillion frn’s in loans to the feckless..and alot of interest payments to the banks..funny how that works..oh and did I mention inflated salaries to the good profs..almost a scam..

youarelost Dec 27, 2016 6:53 AM


snodgrass Dec 27, 2016 6:30 AM

Jews don’t consider themselves white. They consider themselves a separate and better race. All other races are considered cattle according to them. The Jewish Bolsheviks murdered 20 to 60 million Russians, most of them Christians, and still deny they did it.

FreedomGuy snodgrass Dec 27, 2016 9:56 AM

So you agree with this professor on the whole race thing? Do you have a poll from Jews that shows this? That kosher baker down the street is in on this?

So you, the professor and your versions of the Jews all agree on the core race issues. It is just a matter of who is really the master race or at least who should rule, right? If what you say is true then the Jewish conspiracy thing makes total sense and they are doing exactly what they should do for survival, right?

After we do this can we get down to religion, then Catholic versus Protestant, and maybe Anglicans versus Purtians? We can do this all over again! It will be great!

Maybe you should sign up for classes at Drexel. Your kind of genius is what they are looking for.

Cloud9.5 snodgrass Dec 27, 2016 9:28 AM

Poor dumb bastard.  When he looks in the mirror he sees a Jew.  When the world looks at him they see a white man.  He cannot even realize that he is calling for his own extermination.

gmak snodgrass Dec 27, 2016 8:40 AM

How Islam of them.

overmedicatedun… snodgrass Dec 27, 2016 8:15 AM

soros and bezos..two JU’s not every Jew is a JU (just us) common shared trait of both of these Ju’s is they “want it all”..monopoly is never used these days..why is that washington Post?

Raul44 snodgrass Dec 27, 2016 7:38 AM

And the reason why they are behind this and want a white genocide have all to do with IQ. If they are the only higher IQ group in the world its easier to rule and benefit.

Blue Horshoe Lo… Dec 27, 2016 12:23 AM

If they’re doing genocide, can they start with him?

Handful of Dust Blue Horshoe Loves Annacott Steel Dec 27, 2016 9:57 AM

Another rabid Marxist Hillary supporter who has been encouraged to violent rants by BLM main supporters Soweeto Obama and Soros.

It used to be against the law to incite mayhem. Now it seems you can blatantly flount dozzens of laws (like Hillary did) and walk away scott free. The DNC even encouraged if not outright help plan beatings, bombing shootings, and zero have been indicted.

Meanwhile, Lowrenta threatens to arrest anyone who denies climate change!


Blue Horshoe Lo… Dec 27, 2016 12:24 AM

Black Lives Matter just hired him to be their spokesman in a new commercial.

Give him tenure!

ihatediscus Dec 26, 2016 11:10 PM

LOL……well Georgie … might as well start at my house…come get some you low life cocksucker…..been waitin’ a long time for you ……and bring that fuckin’ Noel with ya too

s2man ihatediscus Dec 27, 2016 7:03 AM

You hate discus? What did they do to you? Do you like angel fish?

zuuma s2man Dec 27, 2016 9:49 AM


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The President Who Never Was

December 11, 2016

As I have said before, this blog is where we post items reblogged from other sites or which we might have added some of our own material to ideas first posted at other sites. The blog is not promoted and usually gets only two to three views a month. It’s main purpose is to allow our contributors to revisit certain themes.

The President Who Never Was

President-elect Donald Trump has already made President Obama irrelevant. He not only commands the media spotlight, as presidents-elect are wont to do, but in effect he governs from Trump Tower as he awaits the necessary formality of Inauguration Day. Whether it be convincing Carrier to keep its plant in Indiana or signalling a new day in Sino-American relations by talking to Taiwan’s president, the Trump era has already begun. And President Obama is not so much yesterday’s man as he is the president eagerly—and easily—forgotten.

Obama was elected in 2008 for his biography more than for his accomplishments, of which there were precious few: an elite education, some “community organizing” (whatever that is), a stint in the state legislature, and a cup of coffee in the U.S. Senate. He sold the American people on a package of “hope and change” and the people bought it. Twice.

The election this year of Donald Trump is more than just buyer’s remorse—it’s a repudiation of Obama’s promise to “fundamentally transform the United States of America.” In office, his agenda was stymied by a constitutional order designed to impede radical change. The framers of the Constitution understood that time allows passions to recede so that  cooler—and, one hopes, wiser—heads prevail.

Yet Obama, the only “constitutional law professor” ever elected president, as his supporters endlessly reminded us, (though Andrew Jackson served as a judge of the Tennessee Supreme Court before becoming president and William Howard Taft was Chief Justice of the Supreme Court after his presidency) was repeatedly frustrated and apparently bewildered by the Constitution’s checks and balances.

When the system is running right, change comes slowly and even then only by building a consensus among the American people. Education and persuasion become fundamental to the art of politics. But this didn’t suit Obama or the Democrats—all supporters of the progressive belief in rule by experts through the administrative state and disdainful of the republican attachment to the idea that government must be accountable to the people. Too often, progressives see the people as ignorant, backwards, uneducated, and an impediment to their Utopian dreams. When your ideology tells you that history is advancing inexorably toward a better future you become understandably impatient with those who don’t want to hurry forward.

Obama’s signature—and only meaningful—legislative accomplishment is the government takeover of healthcare accomplished under the Affordable Care Act, known colloquially as Obamacare. Congress passed the bill without a single Republican vote through a constitutionally suspect use of a budget reconciliation procedure. And it very likely will be gone in the opening days of the Trump Administration, possibly on Inauguration Day itself.

Government-controlled healthcare has been a Leftist unicorn since the time of the New Deal. With Obama in the White House and Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid in control of Congress, they seized the opportunity. But Americans never supported the law and Democrats didn’t take the time to persuade them. “Take your medicine, it’s good for you,” was the prescription coming from the Democrat leadership.

Not only is Obamacare unpopular with the American people, it was based upon a series of shady deals, phony promises, and outright lies: “We have to pass the bill so you can find out what is in it…”; “If you like your doctor you can keep your doctor”; “Obamacare will reduce the deficit”; “there will be no rationing”; the Cornhusker Kickback; Obamacare won’t violate the Hyde Amendment and pay for abortion or abortifacient drugs.

Obama and the Democratic Party leadership said and did everything necessary to muscle the bill through Congress—everything other than convincing Americans that the law  was necessary or wise. And early next year, with an act of Congress likely to have support from at least some Democrats, Obamacare will be repealed and will vanish like a mere breath or a passing shadow.

And so will most everything else done on Obama’s watch. Because Barack Obama saw himself and his presidency as post-Constitutional, he did not govern in co-equal partnership with Congress but chose instead to reign with pen and phone. For Obama, Congress—even when controlled by Democrats—was a nuisance and an impediment. He was always impatient with constitutional forms so he ignored them, relying instead upon executive orders, unconstitutional power grabs by the administrative state, and a pliable judiciary.

Obama’s tenure, especially after the 2010 Tea Party election, has been characterized by high profile and highly questionable executive actions that run counter to the expressed will of the people through their representatives in Congress. Among these were the infamous Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (“DACA”) order that undermined existing immigration law and the unconstitutional Iran deal which Obama refused to submit to the Senate because it only had 34 votes not the two-thirds required for a treaty.  Not even all Senate Democrats supported the Iran deal so, without congressional approval Obama agreed to send $150 billion of taxpayer money to Iran—the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism—and to accept their word  that they won’t pursue a nuclear weapons program. Not only is this a blatantly unconstitutional power grab that undermines national security, it amounts to paying Iran to lie to us.

But because Obama acted so often without Congress, at the stroke of the new president’s pen it can all be undone.  This is the Achilles heel of the Left’s post-constitutional will to power politics: it only works when you’re winning. When an election goes against you everything you have accomplished by force of will can be overturned by your successor. If you don’t pass a law through Congress, your successor doesn’t need to go to Congress to reverse it. More important, the reason Obama didn’t go to Congress to enact his agenda is because the American people, while personally attached to him, did not support it. As a result there will be not so much an outcry as relief when he is reversed—which brings us to this year’s election.

The stakes in this year’s election could not have been higher. Had Hillary Clinton won, she would have made permanent Obama’s radical changes. She would have done this not through Congress, but through the judiciary which she would have packed with even more doctrinaire “living constitution” Leftists who would have given their imprimatur to all of Obama’s executive overreach and the even more imperial power grabs that were certain to have accompanied Clinton. It would have rendered Congress as unnecessary as the Russian Duma. The irony is lost on the American Left, for whom Vladimir Putin has become this year’s bogeyman, that they have such similar ideas about presidential power.

But Clinton did not win the election. Donald Trump won. And Republicans maintained control of both houses of Congress and expanded their advantage in the states, now controlling 33 governorships and 67 of 98 state legislative chambers—a level of dominance not seen in nearly a century for the GOP. The challenge for Republicans will be to govern effectively and meet the needs of the people who have placed so much trust in the party. But Republicans have taken the time to educate and persuade the people upon whom they have built a surprisingly effective electoral coalition. What is more, grassroots organizations have been active at the state level on issues like abortion, criminal justice reform, and immigration.

Too often successful state laws were challenged by a hostile Obama Administration and overturned by liberal judges. With a Republican president and, one hopes, more judges devoted to the Constitution, those efforts will enjoy broader support. Trump will become president on January 20 and while the significance of that cannot be underestimated, it is more important to realize that he is the tip of the iceberg. The much larger mass of the Republican Party is below the surface—in Congress, in governors’ mansions and state legislatures, and in grassroots organizations throughout the country that have worked within the system to build consensus and pass laws. That’s the way the system is supposed to work. Republicans have done it the hard way, but it’s also the only way to build anything that lasts.

The Left, in its hurry to realize the next new thing has no patience for that. Impatient as their historicist ideology makes them, they have built their house on sand. Most of what Obama accomplished was ephemeral and will be gone before winter turns to spring. The only things that will remain are an additional $10 trillion in debt, his anti-constitutionalist judges, and a dog’s breakfast of foreign policy disasters that someone else will have to clean up.

After undoing Obama’s executive actions, Trump will enact his agenda through Congress. That will make it be more durable—and more likely to transform America. Obama might be remembered, but his political legacy will fade like memories of a summer fling. And he will become the president that never was.


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Does Britain Actually Need To Trigger Article 50 – Can’t We Just Say Eff Off?

November 22, 2016

There is a lot of speculation about establishment figues, corporate business leaders, globalist politicians, academics, media luvvies, all the usual suspects in fact, including those paskudniaks Branson, Sugar, the traitor and war criminal Tony Blair, Nick Clegg, Bob Geldof who made millions out of his work for ‘charidee (which he doesn’t like to talk about, mate) and once had a hit record or something, a host of airhead actors, airhead journalists, airhead TV presenters, pervy paedophile judges and those Trotskyite shits at the BBC somehow finding a way to block Brexit (cue a replay of Enoch Powell’s ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech).

It seems these all round wankers have not the slightest sense of the public mood. Do they really think they can block Brexit without their heads ending up on iron spikes outside The Palace Of Westminster.

The whole case of the global Naziism shits (see above) rests on stopping the government ‘triggering Article 50’ but is that as important as is being stated by the government / shadow government controlled propaganda machine.

Interestingly an article in Moneyweek by a person actually qualified to comment on complex International Law issues suggests the Article 50 thing is being misrepresented, all we need to do is tell the EU’s designated Brexit negotiator to fuck the fuck off. The EU man, former Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt, is presented as a tough negotiator and a hard line federalist who will do everything possible to obstruct Brotain’s leaving. The reality is he’s a man who was such a successful leader that by the time he left office the little country’s two regions, French speaking Wallonia and Phlegmish speaking Flanders wanted to become separate, independent nations.

Here’s a look at the Moneyweek article, Don’t trigger Article 50 – just leave, by Ingrid Detter de Frankopan

Despite my best attempts, says professor of international law Ingrid Detter de Frankopan, everyone has been deaf to the painstakingly simple course for the United Kingdom to take: don’t trigger Article 50 at all.

Second rate lawyers are misleading everyone in the country by insisting that, in order to leave the European Union it is essential to “trigger” Article 50 in its entirety. This line has been swallowed whole by the government, the media and commentators. It is, however, absolute nonsense. Under international law and under Article 50 (1) itself, only notice to leave is necessary.

The horror that I feel about this misdirection is compounded by that the fact that if Article 50(2) is ‘triggered’ it implies that the UK government accepts that the EU will decide the conditions of UK’s withdrawal. This has serious consequences. An arbitrary two-year negotiation window; a supreme agency problem between negotiating parties (the European Commission and various powerful governments) and a ratification process that is far from certain. All the while we will be contributing approximately £40bn gross, or £20bn net, to the European project. We will be paying for them to negotiate – and once we get to the end of the timeline there will be no real incentive to reach prompt agreement, as well as no reason to be true to their negotiated position. In fact any excuse of an election, a financial crisis or a small war – could derail years and millions of man-hours of work.

Read the full article: Don’t Trigger Article 50, Just Leave


Nigel Farage Swipes Back At Irrational, Screeching, Crazy Clinton
US Democratic Party presidential candidate Hillary Clinton launched a hysterical, irrational attack, filled with half truths and blatant lies, against the most prominent figure in the campaign to get Britain out of the EU (Brexit), UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage, during a speech at a rally today. Mrs Clinton, responding to Farage’s address to a large and enthusiastic audience at a Donald Trump rally, may have been rattled at the prospect of having such a hihly effective campaigner in the rival camp …

Rebellion Against EU Authoritarianism Escalates As 8th Member Nation Threatens Referendum
Brussels went too far, they crossed the line in moving from an economic union to a political pan – European political empire. In the end it was a race as to which member state would quit first, Britain, Netherlands, Denmark or Italy. In the event it is Britain.

Is Brexit A Harbinger Of Doom For The ‘Experts’
The Brexit vote, the decision by a democratic majority in Britain to leave the European Union has sent shockwaves around the world. Not only does the EU now face a tsunami of departures, the usurpation of democracy by ‘experts’ ( technocrats ) has been challenged and exposed as a sham.

BREXIT vs. GREXIT – The Truth About The European Union And How It Treats Members
Unless the testicularly deficient politicians stand up for their nations he only thing that will halt the European Union’s push beyond Europe’s geographical borders to incorporate Asian, middle eastern and north African nations is war. Power is addictive and the bean counters of Brussels have ambitions far beyond Europe.

The Hypocrisy and Snobbery Of The Remain Campaign And The Antidote
When I had to defriend a Facebook contact because she was arguing in favour of the EU, it was not simply because I support Brexit that I had become pissed of with her, it was the snobbish and condescending way she dismissed supporters of LEAVE and their case. People are entitled to their opinion on the European Union, but they should check the ‘facts’ they post in support of their arguments.

The Labour Case For Brexit by Kate Hoey M.P.
After my short intro is a savage indictment by Brexit supporting Labour MP Kate Hoey of the way the Labour Party has abandoned the working class and is now trying to betray the party’s proud heritage and its roots in the industrial areas by taking Britain into an undemocratic, corporate controlled, capitalist friendly, elite dominated globalist control freak project.

Dutch Referendum This Week Shows why We Should Leave The EU.
Few of you were aware probably that there is an EU referendum vote in The Netherlands this week. As usual with anything negative about the EU barely a word has been printed in the topic in mainstream media and the silence from our notionally unbiased national broadcaster The Bolshevik Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has been deafening.

French, Belgians, Dutch, Italians Follow Britain in Euroskepticism
Europeans want us British to lead them out of Europe. Don’t be fooled by project fear, the European Union (aka the Euronazi Federal Superstate) is falling apart. There will not be chaos if we leave, there will be chaos if we stay.

Head Of European Institute: Brexit ‘Better’ For Everyone
Brexit would be the best result of Britain’s in / out referendum for both Britain and the EU i a Belgian professor who heads up the European Institute at the London School of Economics (LSE) has said.

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