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Antifa

flagcircleAs always I am inspired to write through what I read and document my perceptions, often they are topics that come up in the news that I have time to observe, research and digest. I’ll expand this entry later with more nuances as they occur, along with any corrections that need to be made upon receiving new information and of course I’ll add links for back up and clarity, eventually.

The topic of ANTI-FA and all that has gone down since Trumps inauguration has been a heated topic of late, from Marches to Milo, Pepe to Pepper Spray, Hitler to Stalin, Nazis to Commies, the alt-left v. the alt-right.

What got me going was an event again inspired by homeboy Jeremy Scahill. Just briefly Jeremy Scahill is one of the few who stood up against Obama and Hillary, Bush and Clinton and now Trump. I really shouldn’t say against them, more like exposing the rights and wrongs, uncovering the truth and what is really going on in the world, especially when it comes to US foreign and domestic policies.

To set the stage it is my belief that Trump is really a creation of the left. I’ll elaborate with more details on this topic later, but readers who are on top of current events already know why I would make such a statement. For now a quick summary: Over the last 8 years the left, save Code Pink, never stood up to Obama and as we now know they let the Democrats cheat Bernie Sanders. The streets during the DNC convention should have been packed when the DNC double-cross Bernie, especially when the DNC shut Bernie’s supporters down, both physically and by the use of technology at the convention. However, I suppose there’s some solace in the fact that due to wikileaks and the FBI Hillary didn’t win.

As a side note – The justification for a Sanders win would have been:
Those who voted for Hillary.
Those who voted for Trump because they wanted to shake the system up.
Those who hated Hillary.
Those who stayed home because they wouldn’t vote for Hillary because she and the DNC cheated Bernie out of the nomination. <— this would have won the Office for Sanders and the DNC.

As another side note – If Bernie had won would he get anything through even a weak GOP Congress? Highly unlikely, however, he would have opened the door wide for a massive change in Congressional seats for the 2018 midterm election, and he may have put an end to all the wars in the Middle East. Had he approached and used the public half as much as Trump is now he could have pushed through a few other goodies as well. That fantasy aside, what we see now is Antifa using their aggressive tactic to destroy what is left of the left, of the DNC.

Regardless, better late than never I guess.

antifa1A new twist to this plot has been surfacing out of the mouths of a number of Democratic Operatives declaring that Antifa is really a concoction of the alt-right. Antifas are really secret neo-Nazis out to destroy the peaceful protests of the democrats. This news, or as some have called it a conspiracy theory, has now alienated those who lean center-left, moving them to the center and the center over to the center-right, while pushing the center-right over more towards the right, all of which is in the process of creating exactly what George Soros desires, a Police State.

Further, Trump just sent the BATF into Chicago and in less than 24 hours Democratic Mayor Rahm E decided he wants even more ATF agents than Trump employed.

George Soror’s dream of The Police State (for profit of course)  has sadly begun.

What will happen? The heads of all the gangs will leave town and lay low. They will make their way over to Gary, Detroit, Milwaukee, St Louis, Oakland and LA, and while waiting for things to calm down they will  use this opportunity to set up some new ventures in the burgeoning field of mass thuggary.

Meanwhile, the ATF in Chicago will grab whatever low level gang soldiers are left for Props and PR while dissembling #BLM, and without much effort infiltrating #Antifa thus, setting a new precedent for the FEDs who will no doubt utilize both the Patriot Act and NDAA (say thank you Pres. Obama for that bit, all the tools needed to lock Americans up while de-funding the long and lengthy with gobs of red-tape legal system), the surveillance and physical abduction of any and all so-called radical groups in the US is about to begin, again.

Every Antifa member should have a sign on their back now that says either, “Kick Me!” or “Stock Certificate: Property of the US Private Prison System.”

All I can say is, nice going Antifa, your members are on their way to becoming the next commodity on the NY Stock Exchange. BOOHA!

Further, now that Trump is tossing out Dodd-Frank; as weak as it was, they can also become derivatives and piled into a new Synthetic CDO.

What shall we call them?
Anti-Fa-D O or just Fa D O?
Perhaps, do ra mi fa so la te do?
For the sophisticated crowd how about, CDO solfège or Solfège CDOs?

Thoughts?

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Further random thoughts on the issue:
02/12/17 – Trump has the military and law enforcement on his side – when he was campaigning that was not done by happenstance and little came about by default, Trump nurtured that with intent. Anyone paying attention to #OWS saw Jamie Dimon do it with money and later Scott Walker; a Union buster, commandeered that very tactic by preserving just the one Union – the police.What Scooter did was not a new idea, though very timely, many then were generously reminded of Nixon talking while cowering with Kissinger in fear. Reagan’s brilliant use of patriotism didn’t escape Bill Clinton and it fueled Bush43 from 9/11 onward. Obama on the other hand kept a low profile by keeping the bankers and war profiteers happy, mostly by not investigating their theft and corruption coupled of course by their disdain that he be martyred while in office. Trump didn’t let their lessons and techniques fall to the wayside, though thinned skinned and full of vanity, Trump is a lot like death and taxes, he is the very essence of a walking, living, breathing government, hard to get rid of and made mostly of red tape.

The hate toward Trump is palatable, but he is surrounded by a titanium wall that is self-healing forged by his haters. Though his enemies are not strong or even well-organized to actually see their desires through, in reality they are not meant to, their job is to feed the divide and keep that beast alive. Most of the energy that funds their food is tainted by even worse, George Soros, meanwhile their anger and rage blinds them from seeing that fact or they just don’t care.

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House of Cards – Season 3

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Sorry, this is going to be a brief, but terrible review for House of Cards Season 3.
I never do TV reviews, but I was hoping, I don’t know, something… something better… something more…

First, I do like Kevin Spacey as an actor, and there are few who could play his cold-hearted, disconnected, pent-up, self-absorbed wife better then Robin Wright; of which I wonder if Cate Blanchett made a great study of for her role in Blue Jasmine.

I’ll sum it up. First two episodes were fine, last two were back on track, all the stuff in the middle was nothing, but filler which could have been either tossed into one, maybe two episodes, or rewritten completely to reflect the dark underbelly of what’s really going on in the world today. So yes, Clare, it was all a big fat lie. The whole Russian thing was stupid and borderline propaganda, no wait, it was propaganda. Does someone have a bone for Putin? Maybe someone can’t get past 1917? All the other foreign conflicts/appointment were ridiculous. Doug’s obsession/revenge was way too long. The Press Corp was basically stupid on the scale of a mockumentary, as was Frank’s book; which would have made a better TV series than the one they gave us. Seriously, know your audience no need to insult them. That said, if I missed anything else it’s only cause I’ve already forgotten. So why am I writing this review, because I feel tricked and manipulated, I expected to be in on the secrets, not one of its victims.

There’s so much ‘real’ already out there the writers could have picked it up like gum off a New York City Street. How interesting it could have been, but they gave us this cheese-wizzy version rather than the truth from Frank’s perspective – it could have been great! Instead the writers were either paid off or calling it in.

Side note: Author, Michael Dobbs, er… Baron Dobbs, is a British Conservative Politicians – SURPRISE!

Finally, the best line in Season 3: “I have God’s ear now.”
Well, I beg to differ.
Oh, and Spock died 😦

 

Oh, and Lee Camp just reminded me of something else in HOC
Common Dreams: Real-Life Frank Underwoods: Netflix, ‘House of Cards’ and Third Way

Response to AmericaWerks:
“We should do away with the absolutely specious notion that everybody has to earn a living. It is a fact today that one in ten thousand of us can make a technological breakthrough capable of supporting all the rest. The youth of today are absolutely right in recognizing this nonsense of earning a living. We keep inventing jobs because of this false idea that everybody has to be employed at some kind of drudgery because, according to Malthusian-Darwinian theory he must justify his right to exist. So we have inspectors of inspectors and people making instruments for inspectors to inspect inspectors. The true business of people should be to go back to school and think about whatever it was they were thinking about before somebody came along and told them they had to earn a living.” – R Buckminster Fuller

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ISIS as Art

Catchy title, eh?

If you thought this was about the goddess of Egypt please catch up here.

If you thought it was about establishing the “new” Caliphate – you’re pretty much on the right track, maybe, sorta, well, we’re all a bit unsure right now.

I haven’t quite decided if ISIS is a religion on steroids or some strange art project put together by a bunch of nihilists working at the CIA or some other covert world government group – take your pick.

Regardless, they have my attention.

So here’s the latest video by the kidnapped journalist/hostage John Cantlie.
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youtube keeps taking these down so copy/paste this in ⸮GOOGLE⸮ if the video doesn’t work John Cantlie Lend Me Your Ears
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I’ll add them all here as they are published.
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Is life stranger than fiction?

So before I get into this video a few preliminary notes:
The one thing I’ve picked up on regarding this particular group – isis the beatles – is that I feel like I’ve just tuned into watching a new series on HBO; like Game of Thrones – though this is supposed to be real life with real people suffering and dying. But, it’s so hard to tell: Experts say Foley ISIS beheading video likely “staged”. Do I cower in fear, raise my fist in anger, or get the popcorn?

Welcome to the Game of ISIS.

I’m convinced what is causing this confusion is the huge mistrust we have in our own governments. I don’t know exactly what straws of lies broke the camel’s back over the years, but there’ s no way to restore trust in our governments; not in the US ever again, not without a clean and thorough sweeping and prosecution of just about everything walking on two feet in DC and Wall Street. I think for that to happen the capitalistic system that has been set up and we have allowed to flourish must collapse in and on itself, or concerned and dedicated citizens must gather in one state and secede.

In the mean time, slaves are back in fashion, slaves are the new black and what makes the best slaves are slaves who don’t know they’re slaves.

Two questions I have for ISIS/ISIL, is it your intention to crush that system, and if so how?

I guess we will find out as these videos unfold…

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What do I know?

The first thing I noticed about this video and the preceding ISIS videos is these men approach what they are about to say with an atmosphere of resigned personal doom and gloom – they are covered in a veil of nihilism. Putting that aside, we believe they are being told what to say or forced to present their words in a certain manner, they convey, “I am going to die, you are going to die, we are all going to die anyway, so who cares!” attitude. Then it’s topped with this Elliot Rogers arrogance of, “and it’s all your fault!”

I don’t know if this is a brainwashing technique, one person talking or editing their writing, but I get the urge to slap whatever being this attitude is coming from; and that’s where is stops for most of us and that’s where your government and the corporations say, “We’ve had enough of that.”

Perhaps, years of watching the US/EU/IS slaughter children makes a body jaded in this particular manner, it certainly is a form of mental illness and understandably so, but I can’t seem to identify what this illness is and that makes what is being said hard to trust; more fantasy than injury.

That’s not to dismiss the elephant in the room, that the men behind all this are killers. Whether they are Islamic Jihadist or if they are working for the CIA/Mossad/MI5 or other.

The one thing I have learned from life, the movies and history books is never trust a killer or anyone who’s worked on Wall Street. EVER.

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One small sidenote, and perhaps I can expand more on this later, I see Jihad John in this show as the Doppelganger of Russel Brand. If not in a real sense certainly in a literary sense.

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I’d like to expand on other aspects of these videos as time goes on.

The close ups in HD of Cantlie face which are disturbing, but seem to mean something. The whole reason why they fake the beheadings, or perhaps there are many video takes before they perform the actual deed, and the gruesomeness of that back story when they get their final take, or to commit these videos to some of the worst propaganda inflicted upon the human psyche in the history of humanity. Why is our government subjecting us to such horror; they have been told over and over by experts that what we are doing to these people in the middle east will result in exactly this behavior, and finally, when and how does one walk away from all of this; is it even possible?

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Blythe

Truman Capote created the nonfictional novel – I’m working on creating the nonfictional fictional comment or blog or something half as clever.

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Someone purposed the idea that Blythe Masters  (a.k.a. Hela, daughter of Angrboda and Loki),  may take the fall for JPMorgan.

The idea that anyone would think Blythe would fall on her sword for JPM isn’t playing with a full deck.

Even if this women had a come-Jesus-moment and became a tell-all whistle blower within a fortnight they’d find her bloated polluted soaked body floating in the East River, or a couple of her cocktail rings scattered in the muck on some New Jersey pig farm.

When you’re up that high in a corrupt organization you play for keeps.

The best you’ll get is knowing she may lay awake nights wondering if they will take her or a loved one out by “accident,” or worse, “Madoff Jr. Style.” Current trends say the latter is very possible.

Common Sense says you can’t screw that many people over and not think about it.

She may even break out in hives over such worries. For the cynic I guess there is some solace in that.

But, propheting they may lock her up in a federal institution is giving way to false hope.

In ten years time, when all the books have been written and the part she played exposed, people will gaze upon her with contempt and mistrust; she’ll feel their stares like a chill passing through her brittle and splintered old bones. Her life will then be a prison of her own construct, and one day when some lowly naive borderline psychotic young banker who ended up doing time for the ground she laid steals up in the middle of the night and whacks her across the head with an ax none will be surprised, and every hipster will think, “um… yeah, karma.”
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