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The New Political Reality

Jew Oligarch Sheldon Adelson pays Republcans to open borders and fight wars for Israel.

Democrats won the House, Republicans kept the Senate, as expected. Trump is unpopular with college educated Whites, especially White women. The Republican party itself is extremely unpopular, and Trump and the GOP spent the last few years doing absolutely nothing in the interests of White Americans.

Instead, Trump and the GOP spent all of their political power helping Israel and passing tax cuts for big business and the wealthy. Virtually nothing was done on immigration and now that the Democrats have the House there will be no wall.

Republicans in Congress spent the last two years doing virtually everything in their power to stop a White populist agenda which explains why they are so unpopular. Basically nothing has been done to stop immigration. The economy was “pump primed” via some trade renegotiations and tax cuts but nothing that will last.

From a pro-White perspective, a bunch of new Republicans who are explicitly “America First” and implicitly pro-White, but without all of Trump’s unusual baggage, would be great for Whites and likely extremely popular.

But that is not going to happen as long as the Republican party is controlled – via money – by Israeli Jew oligarchs like Sheldon Adelson and White oligarchs like the Koch brothers who are explicitly anti-White.

So it’s pretty much business as usual.

White oligarchs David and Charles Koch pays Republicans to open borders and import cheap non-white labor.

Looking to the future, we also see that the GOP actually picked up some Senate seats. The racial polarization of the two political parties continues. What we see is Americans – Whites – spread out all over the country – increasingly voting implicitly pro-White through the Republican party. And we see non-whites increasingly, overwhelmingly, voting for Democrats. Which is why the House, which is based on population, was taken over by Democrats. Americans are lucky that non-whites are concentrated in the cities and on the coasts, otherwise, the implicitly White party, the Republicans, would have nothing. The 50 state system and the Electoral College are all that is keeping America White.

So stopping immigration – ALL immigration – would benefit Whites immediately. But that isn’t going to happen because the Republican party is being paid to not stop immigration.

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90 comments on “The New Political Reality

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  2. guest
    November 7, 2018

    >The economy was “pump primed”

    From the ticker:

    “So enjoy this morning if you’re one of those crazies that tries to measure “success” by market indices. It works for a while when you run 6.2% fiscal deficits. But when you get a 2-3% GDP economy out of doing it everyone is losing 3% in real terms and unless you can continue to game of offshoring the inflation through ruinous trade policy (which eventually results in every “job” being a McJob as you eviscerate the entire “meat” of the economy) the game will be up.

    Now, with an obstructionist House, albeit not fully decided as of yet, the “fun times” have ended.”

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  3. Afterthought
    November 7, 2018

    You didn’t use the word, “Partition”, otherwise spot on.

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  4. bob saffron
    November 7, 2018

    It’ll be recession that will finish Trump.

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    • Boopedybop
      November 7, 2018

      Reaganomics will end up failing, once again.

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      • bob saffron
        November 8, 2018

        The bond market was already tanking before the elections. Lower interest rates from 1982 to 2016 were a huge tailwind to financial assets. Trumps’ timing sure is unfortunate, the post-Obama relief rally is setting him up for an ignominious end to his incumbency. “Extremism gored the bull!” the riff.

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  5. indravaruna
    November 7, 2018

    Do you think the Democrats will try to get rid of the electoral college? Hillary would have been President now if wasn’t for it.

    I see the Democrats trying to make Puerto Rico and maybe the District of Columbia into States to gain more presence in the Congress and Senate.

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    • icareviews
      November 7, 2018

      If they thought they could get away with it, they would. SJWs are so insane they’d accept Angola into the union if TV told them it would be cool.

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  6. icareviews
    November 7, 2018

    I was one of Trump’s biggest critics in the dissident sphere in 2015 and 2016. Today, I don’t stand by everything I wrote a couple of years ago about Trump being a total fake. Because other nationalists’ expectations for Trump were so high and mine were so low, I’ve actually been pleasantly surprised by his presidency. I was expecting a war with Iran or something of that magnitude given his abundance of Zionist connections. His Syria action was basically a throwaway gesture; and, while he remains committed to toxic elements of conservatism and Israel and keeps foisting shitty people like John Bolton on us, his foreign policy hasn’t been the Bush-style disaster that I had feared. The past couple of years have convinced me that Trump, despite his failings, is real to some degree. I’ve never voted in my life but I’m considering registering just to vote for Trump in 2020. I’ve come to the conclusion that the old argument that there’s no significant difference between the two major parties and that we’re equally screwed either way is simply outmoded in the age of Trump and Ocasio-Cortez-tier DSA shitlibbery that we’ve entered. There’s still not as much difference as I would like, and my local representative who just got voted out was an utterly uninspiring Koch-style cuck, which is one reason I didn’t bother to vote; but the nationalist-signaling wing of the GOP, while still somewhat awful, is looking more tempting to me, particularly with so many close contests.

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    • A. Vickstrom
      November 7, 2018

      If you want to get a good perspective on why Trump is doing the things he’s doing I’d recommend Peter Zeihan’s book ‘The Absent Superpower’ or his newsletter (available on his website).

      Zeihan is somewhat of an interesting character. He’s a gay GenXer from Iowa who is an expert in shale oil production, realpolitik, and the interplay between demographics & geography. Not a right winger or an SJW either. He’s very insightful, in his own way. Anyways, he’s been predicting that America would elect a populist (like Trump) since 2011 or so. He also predicted that this would weaken NATO, prevent America from invading Iran, and lead to an extremely polarized internal political situation.

      His key takeaway is that the shale oil boom greatly weakened the ability of the neocons to interfere in the middle east because the business oligarchs are no longer dependent on gulf oil. The Zionist Jews are powerful but they can’t get anything done if the other oligarchs aren’t on board with their half assed schemes. Right now it’s better for the oligarchs if America has a trade war with China (bring the factory jobs back), burns off some populist anger (‘build the wall!’), and imports some more citizens (caravans).

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    • Hipster Racist
      November 8, 2018

      @icareviews

      Looking back at my three part “Infiltrating the Republican Party” series I think my analysis holds up quite well.

      Trump called himself a “nationalist” and said he’s going to issue an executive order to end “birthright citizenship.” He said this right before the election, even though he’s had two years to do this, with Republicans in both houses of Congress, and has actually done nothing. Washington Post is telling the Democrats to start legalizing the DACA “dreamers” and Trump has signaled that he will do just that.

      Trump has been good, far better than I expected, at using the bully-pulpit, and that is an important power of the presidency. But when it comes to actual accomplishments on immigration, there have been none, and now that the Republicans lost the House, the opportunity to do something is essentially over.

      On the other hand, the Trump administration has broken with long-standing American foreign policy to coddle Israel – exactly as expected. Moving the embassy to Jerusalem is something that no President, Republican or Democrat, was willing to do despite Congress and the Israel lobby. Israel has been given carte blanche to genocide the Palestinians which is exactly what they are doing right now as we speak, and the “American” media is completely silent about it.

      Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, son of infamous Mossad agent Charles Kushner, has been put in charge of the middle east, and we see that he was made king-maker to Saudi Arabia even.

      I said that the Syria situation would change because Russia put their foot down, and that prediction was completely correct. But now Israel can actually shoot down Russian planes and Russia can do nothing because the United States is completely in the bag for Israel.

      The realist faction in the US establishment, that wanted to normalize relations with Iran to draw Iran away from Russia and closer to the USA, has been completely overruled, thanks to Trump’s utter subservience to Netanyahu and Kushner’s overt treason. Yet no one says a word about it.

      So, again, Americans get words, Jews get actions. Pretty much exactly as I predicted. Now that the GOP lost the House, expect Trump to start “triangulating” and giving Democrats more of what they want.

      It’s not all Trump’s fault, of course. The Republican Congress has proven to be utterly worthless and actively anti-white. Also to be expected. At least Steve King in Iowa won re-election, despite the Jew media calling him an “anti-semite white nationalist” and the conservative Republicans dutifully denouncing him the second the ADL told them to.

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      • indravaruna
        November 8, 2018

        Trump presidency was a Hail Mary pass by the Zionists, they got a Hollywood actor to portray a nationalist/populist and get the White proletariat in the ZOG train again after Bush and Neocons failed them.

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      • icareviews
        November 8, 2018

        Those higher Obama deportation numbers may be misleading, as ICE arrests are actually up under Trump. One reason fewer are being deported, apart from sanctuary city obstructionism, is that fewer are getting in. Furthermore, even if Trump did literally nothing other than talk about issues like birthright citizenship and sending troops to the border, the fact that he’s talking about it is raising public awareness and interest, and that commercial with the laughing Mexican murderer is like something one of our guys would put up on YouTube.

        https://www.philstockworld.com/2017/04/17/illegal-immigrant-arrests-soar-in-trumps-first-50-days-as-border-crossings-plunge/

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 8, 2018

        @icareview

        A few more deportations of criminal illegal aliens – I mean, it’s not bad. It’s like if a police officers arrests a few more murderers than usual, that’s good. But that’s their job. It’s the job of the administration to enforce the laws. Trump is doing a little bit better than Obama. But that’s not really saying much is it?

        even if Trump did literally nothing other than talk about issues like birthright citizenship and sending troops to the border, the fact that he’s talking about it is raising public awareness and interest

        I acknowledged that, Trump is doing far better at using the bully-pulpit than I expected. Again, I pointed this out in the first part of “Infiltrating the Republican party.” A few weeks ago when I asked, “do Republicans want to win the mid term elections” I pointed out that commercials like that would be good and prove that Republicans did, in fact, want to win.

        Yet even FOX news banned that commercial, proving that Republicans would rather lose elections than be even timidly pro-white. The commerical is good, but George H. W. Bush did it 30 years ago with the “Willie Horton” ad. Republicans always “dog-whistle” to Whites during elections, then when they win they go back to being actively and overtly anti-white.

        The fact that we consider it a positive when Trump deports a few more criminal illegal aliens shows how awful Trump and the Republicans are. We need a Republican party to stop LEGAL immigration, specifically, LEGAL immigration of non-whites. Instead, we have the entire GOP pushing for more legal non-white immigration, more H1-Bs, etc.,

        Trump is just business as usual, just like George W. Bush and Ronald Reagan. During elections, get a little “edgy” on race to get out the White vote, once in office do whatever Jews want. Charlie Brown and Lucy and the football.

        Ronald Reagan using the term “welfare queen” was called “KKK rhetoric” in the 1980s, now Trump saying he’s a “nationalist” is called “neo-nazi rhetoric” and a commercial of a criminal illegal alien who isn’t White is called “racist.” Trump is just doing what Republicans have always done – pay lip service to White interests during elections, and ACTING anti-White as soon as the elections are over.

        In fact, the only really unique thing about Donald Trump is we have never had a Republican president who is literally taking direct orders from a foreign state, like Trump is with Israel. We’ve never had a Republican president whose entire family is foreign and who placed his foreign spy relatives in positions of power.

        That is what makes Trump unique, that is what makes Trump different than most Republicans. Throwing a little bit of “racist” read meat to Whitey is standard GOP campaigning, that’s business as usual.

        But we’ve never had a US President directly taking orders from a foreign head of state to my knowledge. For all the insane conspiracy theories that conservatards told about Obama (and remember, Donald Trump himself was Conspiracy Theorist-in-Chief against Obama) Obama actually was NOT “taking orders from the Muslim Brotherhood.”

        But Trump IS taking orders from Mossad.

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      • icareviews
        November 8, 2018

        Get in, faggot. We’re making America not-as-bad-as-it-could-be-if-a-Dem-gets-elected again.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 8, 2018

        @icareviews

        We need that slogan on a hat and use it as the new AS logo.

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      • icareviews
        November 8, 2018

        “But when it comes to actual accomplishments on immigration, there have been none …” I used to be blackpilled about this, but I think we were wrong.

        Read this:

        https://www.npr.org/2018/01/23/579884642/trumps-ice-deportations-increase-from-obamas-figures-data-show

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    • redarmyvodka
      November 27, 2018

      You must be very well off and living somewhere nice because in California we’ve known first hand and for a long time that elections matter and can change the course of history. I suspect people who think otherwise don’t know much about the executive branch.

      The presidential elections of 1860 and 1960 were the two biggest turning points in US history for the worse. I’d argue 2000 was a turning point for the worse as well albeit on a smaller scale.

      Trump is by far the best president we’ve had in decades. He crushed the left, right, center, and mainstream media in 2015/2016 winning a revolution. I don’t know why some here continue to doubt the existence of a deep state coup against him given special counsels weren’t used to investigate WMD lies, the economic crash, and a whole host of other criminal wrongdoing yet when the Bush family loses suddenly they appear on the scene with aggressive powers and partisan fanfare. When you launch politically motivated investigations and target high profile political targets don’t be surprised it leads to political consequences like losing the House.

      Massive Democrat voter fraud and liberal idiots from California moving to red states cost us the House as well. Despite that Trump is improving the economy, cutting taxes, slashing regulations, fighting crime, combating illegal immigration, changing trade policy, securing the border, winning the culture war, using his bully pulpit aggressively, and Making America Great Again. We’ve got a long way to go and this is a permanent struggle but we’re doing well. We may have lost the House but we retained control of the Senate and more importantly got more MAGA types elected and have a more pro-Trump GOP now. The senate is more important to secure appointments and hence getting a MAGA cabinet but yeah losing the House is a real wake up call especially to low energy types getting their butt kissed all day in DC and giving the president bad advice. Still Trump beat the historical average for a midterm and can legitimately call it a success.

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  7. A. Vickstrom
    November 7, 2018

    @Icarereviews, I looked at your article and I don’t think this issue is that straightforward. The way I look at it is:

    1. The Zionists needed allies and while the Big Oil types did not cause the Iraq War they weren’t opposed to it either. As far as I’m aware, the big Republican donors never threatened to pull the financial plug over Iraq. If they had done this the war probably wouldn’t have happened.

    2. The psych factor can’t be ignored. Oil underpins every major American industry and this has an immense influence on the nation’s mindset. Bob in Wisconsin is okay with taking oil from ‘the damn Arabs’ (trust me, I know a lot of middle aged White men in the Midwest). But he is not okay with fighting a war because Israel wants it. The gulf oil system created plausible deniability. Did America invade because Saddam supported Al Qaeda… or because America needed oil to survive? Both are legitimate actions in the eyes of many people. It’s honestly only urban SWPLs who give a damn about whether it’s right or wrong to steal oil from Arabs.

    All of that has changed. People now know the US has ‘North American energy independence’ and it is now far too costly to invade Iran. The US will avoid doing that unless it absolutely has to.

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    • Hipster Racist
      November 8, 2018

      @A. Vickstrom

      From what I understand, the US could be completely oil-independent even without much in the way of fracking. But the international oil trade is a cornerstone of the US dollar reserve currency system. Without that, the US would suffer some pretty significant economic dislocation – and that dislocation would cause domestic political effects that the White oligarchs fear very much. Americans will be content to whine and bitch when Wall Street bankers get trillion dollar bailouts but gas lines, much less food lines, would be unacceptable.

      The Republicans have spent 50 years “dog-whistling” about Blacks on food stamps, and the typical conservative – conservatives being the stupidest people in the country – actually believe that there is some direct transfer from their paycheck to some fat black welfare baby-mommy. It never even crosses their mind that the majority of their taxes actually go to Wall Street, global corporations, and the defense industry. Try to explain how food stamps are actually an agriculture subsidy and you may as well be speaking Chinese.

      How stupid and venal are conservatives? There’s a White man on social media, big Trump supporter, a stereotypical conservative in every way, that works for one of the major defense contractors.

      He spends all day on social media whining about poor blacks on welfare. He uses the term “socialist” as a slur on the level of “nazi” and loves to pontificate about the “free market.”

      It’s never even entered his extremely thick skull that his ENTIRE paycheck comes from the taxpayer, that HE is the “welfare queen” that he bitches about, and that without the US Empire, he’d be out of a job.

      Ask him about the Federal Reserve, the petrodollar, susidies to global corporations and opening foreign markets, trade balance, any of that, he’s just go “duuuuuh, but what about blacks on welfare!”

      I don’t even WANT to get started on his double standards when it comes to Christianity and morality. He’ll go from whining about homos and feminists to posting pictures of strippers in like a minute.

      Conservatives are the worst people, the most immoral, the dumbest, and the most hypocritical. They aren’t even pro-white, as they are constantly telling us, “liberals are the REAL racists!”

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      • eyeslevel
        November 10, 2018

        You’re partially correct, but the welfare-education complex has vastly more power and takes vastly more government money than the military-industrial complex.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 10, 2018

        @eyeslevel

        the welfare-education complex has vastly more power and takes vastly more government money than the military-industrial complex.

        Absolutely, 100% false. The entire welfare-education complex is nothing more than the domestic management arm of the military-industrial complex. Actual Americans – the actual American people – are simply the first nation conquered by the Empire.

        Yet another illustration of why conservatives are worthless.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 10, 2018

        @eyeslevel

        In fact, the public schools system in America was set up precisely to re-integrate Southern Americans into the Empire, after the War of Northern Aggression, so they would be compliant foot-soldiers in the new imperialist war against the Philippines.

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    • Hipster Racist
      November 8, 2018

      only urban SWPLs who give a damn about whether it’s right or wrong to steal oil from Arabs

      That isn’t really true. SWPLs are the only ones who will pretend to care about staeling oil from Arabs, but they only pretend to care because they want to signal how “moral” they are compared to Republicans.

      All those SWPLs that were against bombing Arabs when George W. Bush was doing it did nothing but defend Obama when he was doing it.

      It’s just that SWPL liberals are far, far smarter than conservatives, so they can lie more convincingly.

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      • indravaruna
        November 8, 2018

        Do you think the Democrats wil continue with MUH RUSSIA? The Democrats seem to have abandoned economic populism in favor of Indentity Politics and confrontation with Russia.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 8, 2018

        @indravaruna

        According to the press, Jerold Nadler, D-NY – who literally uses those “anti-semitic” parentheses around his name on Twitter – was overhead making a phone call on the train to DC.

        He said they are going to impeach Brett Kavanaugh, investigate Muh Russia and even dig around into Trump’s tax returns. In other words, they are going all-in on Trump bashing all the time.

        Which is all they can do because the entire Democratic party is this close to an all out civil war. Michigan just elected the first Palestinian to Congress, that weird brown lady from Brooklyn who used to be against Israeli apartheid won her race, and black and brown leftists are taking over the party.

        How is that going to work with the Jews like Nadler, Schumer, and Steny Hoyer, 100% in the bag Israeli agents?

        So like the good professional wrestlers these politicians are, they are going to stage symbolic fights for public consumption, meanwhile, the actual ruling class will continue to do whatever they want.

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      • bob saffron
        November 8, 2018

        @ H.R.:
        Any thoughts on James Allsup? Thanks.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 8, 2018

        @bob saffron

        I don’t know anything about James Allsup other than what I just read on wikipedia.

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    • robertpinkerton
      November 8, 2018

      “… it is now far too costly to invade Iran. The US will avoid doing that unless it absolutely has to.”

      May it please the Gods to make that so.

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    • icareviews
      November 8, 2018

      “The Zionists needed allies and while the Big Oil types did not cause the Iraq War they weren’t opposed to it either.”

      But they were. USA Engage, the oil industry’s lobby, was opposed to US military and economic (sanctions) aggression against Middle East oil states, which brought it into conflict with the Israel lobby.

      “It’s honestly only urban SWPLs who give a damn about whether it’s right or wrong to steal oil from Arabs.”

      But we didn’t steal the oil, because the war wasn’t about the oil.

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      • A. Vickstrom
        November 8, 2018

        I’m not yet 100% convinced but will look into USA Engage & read a bit more about the Iraq War’s build up.

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      • bob saffron
        November 9, 2018

        @ A. Vickstrom:
        Sniegoski is worth reading on this subject.
        http://www.unz.com/book/stephen_j_sniegoski__the-transparent-cabal/

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      • bob saffron
        November 9, 2018

        Here’s a review of Sniegoski’s book, if you’re pressed for time.
        https://tinyurl.com/ya67eglh

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      • Craig
        November 11, 2018

        Apparently Dick Cheney, owns one large oil field, and Rupert Murdoch(((GreenBlatt))) another rather large field, both in Northern Iraq, one of the common denominators between them was a son of the Rockefeller’s. These mobs lately have tried to pull the same shenanigans in Northern Syria under different company names, fortunately this time they went bust big time. From memory the Rockefeller involved lost 300 million odd.

        Bit of a scheming insider trading love triangle, Murdoch provided the media arm of manipulation for opinion and votes, to this day his Neocons push the Iraq was a just war. Cheney the US military/intelligence imperial arm. The Rockefeller the finance, and corporate legal beagals and oil company set ups.

        Ha Murdoch certainly doesn’t look Scottish to me.

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  8. A. Vickstrom
    November 8, 2018

    @Indravaruna

    Do you think the Democrats wil continue with MUH RUSSIA? The Democrats seem to have abandoned economic populism in favor of Indentity Politics and confrontation with Russia.

    Yes, they will. Russia is the ‘perfect enemy’ from a propaganda perspective (and considering Russia’s behavior in Europe it wouldn’t surprise me if the Russians actually were involved in some degree of online meddling – remember, they view America as a geopolitical rival).

    However, this situation can’t last forever. This is Russia’s demographic profile:

    https://alfinnextlevel.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/russia_2015b-annotations-by-peter-zeihan.jpg?w=640&h=502

    Once you consider that the people who are having children are disproportionately not ethnic Russians (they’re Muslim Chechens, Tatars, etc.) you see how bad the situation really is. Moscow has the largest Muslim population of any city in Europe. The following photo is of a mosque in St. Petersburg in northwest Russia:

    They’re standing around outside because they can’t build enough mosques to house them…

    The Dems are running on a ‘look at how aggressive Russia is! They even interfered in our election!’ narrative. That story is going to fall apart in 5 years when Russia has half as many military age men, 60% as many fertile age women, and rising ethnic tensions.

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    • A. Vickstrom
      November 8, 2018

      Part 2:

      As I pointed out with the demographic statistics above, Russia is actually much weaker than most people realize. There is a demographic ‘wall’ that is going to hit Russia within 5 years as the Slavic generation born in the 80s becomes too old to have children and the muslims keep pouring in. In other words:

      Russia is not capable of being a threat to the West or to America.

      However that’s only the tip of the ‘truth about Russia’ iceberg. The most widely ignored yet painfully obvious fact about America & Russia is that they are ‘symbiotic rivals.’ Think about it this way: the Cold War allowed America to keep tens of thousands of troops stationed in Japan, Germany, & Britain. Current tensions with Russia give America an excuse to keep those troops where they are.

      What nations possess the technology & proven empire building capacity to go toe to toe with the Americans & Russians? Germany, Japan, & Britain. How marvelously convenient.

      If it sounds hard to believe just remember that in 1956 during the Suez Crisis the Soviet Union & America allied with each other against Britain & France. The Suez Crisis is the chink in the armor of the official Cold War narrative. America & the Soviet Union showed the world that they viewed the return of Europe’s empires as the real threat and were more than willing to come together to prevent that.

      Just imagine for a second – what if the Cold War & it’s constant ‘threat of immediate communist invasion and nuclear death’ was not actually based off of the fear that Russia (which never had a significant navy) was a threat. What if the Cold War was a convenient excuse to maintain control over all of the pre-WWII empires and funnel trillions into America’s military-industrial complex?

      That’s what my great grandfather believed and now I think he was onto something.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 8, 2018

        @A. Vickstrom

        That was actually a pretty common view among the John Birchers during the Cold War era. Probably half of the men in my church believed something very similar to that, although it was typically framed as what we now call the “Deep State” being on the same side as the Communists.

        Of course now I realize they were talking about JEWS but they never really had the courage to say that openly. They would use euphemisms like “secular humanists” etc.

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      • bob saffron
        November 8, 2018

        Both bilked their subjects with the Moon landing fabrication and lucrative spin-offs.

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      • guest
        November 9, 2018

        >Cold War was a convenient excuse

        Of course it was:

        “In 1960, claims of a missile gap favoring the Soviets had given the Democrats a critical election theme, and many millions of Americans entered the Sixties feeling intensely vulnerable to the new Soviet ICBM threat. But as Richard Reeves has recently written, intelligence based on satellites launched in August of 1960 soon challenged the campaign assessment and public view. The United States had beaten the USSR to an operational ICBM and enjoyed a clear, and growing, numerical advantage. We were far ahead, and our military planners knew it.

        Kennedy was quickly convinced of this truth, which was further confirmed as new satellites brought back new information. Later in 1961, a National Intelligence Estimate came through showing only four Soviet ICBMs in place, all of them on low alert at a test site called Plesetsk. By fall, Defense Undersecretary Roswell Gilpatric would acknowledge in a public speech that U.S. forces (with 185 ICBMs and over 3,400 deliverable nuclear bombs at that time) were vastly superior to those of the Russians.”

        Hence why Kennedy was presented with plans to attack the USSR.

        He refused & even wanted out of NAM, that dirty commie!

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    • bob saffron
      November 8, 2018

      Good point. Russia’s ethnic problem is even worse that that of the US. And nationalists face even direr consequences.
      https://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2013/08/06/russian-political-prisoners-in-the-russian-federation/

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      • A. Vickstrom
        November 9, 2018

        Thanks for sharing that link, Bob, IMO it’s important we keep spreading this info. Many in the Anglosphere aren’t yet familiar with Russia’s suppression of nationalists & racialists.

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  9. A. Vickstrom
    November 9, 2018

    @HR,

    That was actually a pretty common view among the John Birchers during the Cold War era. Probably half of the men in my church believed something very similar to that, although it was typically framed as what we now call the “Deep State” being on the same side as the Communists.

    Of course now I realize they were talking about JEWS but they never really had the courage to say that openly. They would use euphemisms like “secular humanists” etc.

    I’m admittedly not too familiar with the John Birch movement. My great grandfather never visited the USA so I doubt he met any of them either (the fact that he apparently came to a similar conclusion is interesting though).

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  10. A. Vickstrom
    November 9, 2018

    @Bob Saffron,

    Both bilked their subjects with the Moon landing fabrication and lucrative spin-offs.

    A bit off topic but my roommate asked me an interesting question a few days ago ‘if people believe that the moon landing is fake then why not believe that nukes & ICBMs are exaggerated?’

    Jet fuel can’t melt steel beams… and neither can atom bombs:

    Note: that is ground zero of the Trinity Test site which Oppenheimer claimed reached millions of degrees. The melting point of iron is 2,500 F.

    I’m not saying they’re fake so much as a bit exaggerated. Military propaganda 101.

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    • bob saffron
      November 9, 2018

      @ A. Vickstrom:
      I haven’t spent time acquainting myself with the subject but have no doubt that an essential part of military tactics is psychological. Framed differently, why would the developer of a new killing technology do anything but exaggerate the fearsomeness of his invention? (Ever see a new bullet that promises less destruction that the one it supercedes?)

      The low-orbit space program and missile technology seem backed up by common sense and credible photographic and other evidence. But that’s not the stuff that politicians want to spruik. (Omega’s Speedmaster Collection with a low-orbit mission accomplished? I don’t think so.)

      I’m inclined to believe that nuclear weapons do exist and are dreadful (Vanunu in Israel, JFK’s travails with Ben Gurion, and Israel’s ongoing efforts to preserve its nuclear hegemony seem to attest to that) but some of those old tests do raise interesting questions (like the slo-mo film shots of the blast, wouldn’t radiation destroy the negative? etc.).

      In any case, I think DEWs are much more useable and scalable than nuclear ones.

      If you’ve ever been in an imaging lab and had to don one of those lead body-aprons you’ll appreciate how much lead is required to shield you from comparatively low radiation exposures for microseconds. They’re damn heavy. Now imagine extremely high radiation exposure over multiple days. Von Braun spoke the truth.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 9, 2018

        @bob saffron

        I think DEWs are much more useable and scalable than nuclear ones.

        You’ve actualled tried to peddle that Judith Woods disinformation here. There is no possibility that you are stupid enough to believe that “DEWs are much more useable and scalable than nuclear” weapons. You don’t seem to be scientifically illiterate, you are at least smart enough to understand libertarian economic ideology.

        This is like high school level physics.

        So why are you peddling lies, bob saffron?

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      • A. Vickstrom
        November 9, 2018

        In any case, I think DEWs are much more useable and scalable than nuclear ones.

        Hipster has a legit point about this – directed energy weapons tech is not yet feasible enough to justify their production. The main use of lasers in a war would be to blind satellites, not zap enemies.

        but some of those old tests do raise interesting questions (like the slo-mo film shots of the blast, wouldn’t radiation destroy the negative? etc.).

        Yeah, I thought of that too. I’ve also watched a few of those old vids and many were inconsistent (many show zero evidence of any ionizing radiation – which is strange considering that the blast should release large amounts of radiation).

        Perhaps nukes release a much smaller amount of energy than people have been told? I think it’s likely they’re super bunker busters rather than ‘vaporize Los Angeles in an instant’ type weapons. If we were more Machiavellian we could just push the ‘no nukes’ meme in Arabic and when the Arabs invade Israel we’d get to see what the bombs can actually do.

        Note: that is a dark joke. Please don’t start WWIII on my account.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 9, 2018

        @A. Vickstrom

        What Bob Saffron is doing is worse than you realize. “DEW” isn’t a thing, it’s a disinformation “conspiracy theory” from Judith Wood, a notorious Zionist that helped destroy the 9/11 truth movement in the mid-2000s. Bob Saffron is perfectly aware of this and he has on multiple occasions tried to promote what he knows are falsehoods and discrediting “conspiracy theories.”

        ALL weapons are “directed energy weapons” – but “DEW” is a propaganda term used to discredit 9/11 truth – and Bob Saffron is very well aware of that. You can go to youtube and find the US Navy testing a very “sci-fi” kind of laser. You can read defense industry literature and find all sorts of experimental weaponry.

        But Bob Saffron isn’t talking about that. He is purposefully lying, saying that he thinks that “DEW” is “much more useable and scalable than nuclear.” He doesn’t really think that, he’s lying.

        It’s difficult to know what his agenda is but I can guess. He’s not stupid.

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      • bob saffron
        November 10, 2018

        Directed Energy Weapons is not some term coined by Woods or anyone in the 9/11 movement. And yes, compared to nuclear weapons with their diffuse energy and collateral damage, “directed” seems appropriate. More usable and scalable than nuclear? I think so, but don’t believe me:
        https://www.defensenews.com/opinion/commentary/2018/08/01/3-reasons-why-the-time-is-now-for-directed-energy/

        And so on.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 10, 2018

        @bob saffron

        “DEW” is a term that you use in the context of “conspiracy theories” and I remember you spreading Judith Wood nonsense here.

        compared to nuclear weapons with their diffuse energy and collateral damage, “directed” seems appropriate.

        You said “usable and scalable” – that’s what I quoted that you said. Now you’re moving the goalposts to talk about a completely irrelevant notion, “directed” in comparison to nukes. You said that “DEW” were more “usable and scalable” than nukes, even though the actual existing “DEWs” are not at all “usable” at the “scale” that nukes are now.

        Nor does the DN article come anywhere close to what your were implying – you are just blowing smoke.

        You always spread the most low-information “conspiracy theories” based on nothing more than third-rate “Fake news” site – just like you did a few days ago about the Las Vegas shooting. It’s a consistent pattern. Like Gresham’s law, you promote bad conspiracy theories to drive out good conspiracy theories.

        Since you are clearly not unintelligent, you have some other agenda. After reading you for – what, three, four years now? – I think you just like spreading lots of bullshit for entertainment. You’re a troll, in other words. Any chance you get, you try to steer the conversation toward the most “wild” theories, like some people like to posture as the most “hardcore” about violence, or pretend to be the most “radical.”

        You don’t participate in my threads in good faith, you use my blog and my threads to posture. I don’t appreciate it at all. I assume the reason you won’t start your own blog is because you know no one would bother to read your bullshit, so instead you try to hijack mine, just to see what nonsense you can get people to respond to. Do you think I don’t notice?

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      • bob saffron
        November 10, 2018

        My comment about DEW was germane to the discussion and not gratuitous. Nuclear weapons seem fine as a deterrent, but actually deploying them?
        https://www.defensenews.com/opinion/commentary/2018/08/01/3-reasons-why-the-time-is-now-for-directed-energy/

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        November 11, 2018
      • Hipster Racist
        November 11, 2018

        @bob saffron

        He “stands by it” despite the fact that his source is, essentially, a press release, about a possible deployment – in 2022, four years in the future – of a 30 kilowatt laser that right now only fires while stationary.

        He claims this is “more scalable” amd “more useable” than nuclear tech, which has been around for 70 years, scales way, way above these lasers, and has actually been used and deployed for many years.

        As usual, it’s just bullshit. He didn’t expect anyone to actually challenge him because most people just ignore his crap.

        “Gresham’s Law only obtains when there is price fixing. ”

        Now he’s pretending to not understand the Gresham’s Law analogy.

        100% troll. Proven to my satisfaction to be hostile.

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      • bob saffron
        November 11, 2018

        Gresham’s Law only obtains when there is price fixing. Similarly in the competition of ideas, bad ones are driven out by better.

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      • Craig
        November 11, 2018

        I would say plain old disinformation on the ‘Q’ level, it’s knowledge base of small arms munitions, to the biggest of boom, booms and now concentrated directional microwave weapons is very poor. So I doubt very much it would understand military strategy and tactics.

        For a starter small arms in modern western military were made smaller and less effective at killing universally across the board many decades ago, actually not long after the Vietnam war. Believe it or not this was to improve on the ground military effectiveness on the battle field. A round from a 7.62mm rifle kills far more often then wounds. One soldier dies, the rest of the squad/section moves on to continue the fight. A round from a 5.56mm rifle more often seriously wounds one soldier, and causes 4 other soldiers, to take care of the wounded brother. Yes, it is psychological… There’s one example of one bullet going from bigger and meaner to smaller and far more insidious on a psychological level. I could give you more examples of depleted uranium munitions…

        I first came across the 9/11 DEW about 6 years ago, at my dentist an American, Husband and Wife team, Husband a Yankee and Wife a Texan. Husband was implicitly pro white, the Wife explicitly pro white. Their son gen Zyklon made a very impressionable comment, “Damn Australia was almost 100% white country, you guys could of had it, you almost did!”. Something along those lines anyway. I remember telling them DEW was disinformation, that was thanks to you Hipster… One good thing, even though they bought into the disinformation lie, very few people believe the MSM or government lies of 9/11.

        Hipster what do you think of this YT of Christopher Bollyn? I thought very professional.

        DEW low orbit satellites would be ineffective to warp, little alone melt sky scrapper construction beams, distance from target and energy source would limit it to utter ineffectiveness. Even on the ground weapons such as these would be ineffective, they would need an extremely powerful energy source. Not only that they would be very, very easy to track with radar.

        I’ve actually worked with concentrated directional microwave instruments. Which is why I deduced the American diplomats suffering from brain injuries in Cuba and China, were most probably from concentrated directional microwave weapons of some sort. The frequencies would need to be finely tuned, it is possible. In fact break through in the medical field concerning ultrasound has transferable technology to this kind of weapon. That is the computer algorithm that refines the picture quality and ability to distinguish venal and arterial blood flows of echocardiogram, or even those high definition cute ultrasound pictures of pregnancies. The algorithm would need adjusting for the application of microwave frequencies and in field applications. This is a plausible scenario. I even found out what section of the brain would be targeted, the temporal lobes…

        The energy weapons in space not so much…

        As for nuclear weapons, I’ve met Veterans who were experimented on in North Western and central Australia testing sites, who suffered from radiation poisoning, this occurred in the 50’s. Ha in Brisbane I met a WW2 war veteran and POW who survived the bombs in Japan. The fact he was a POW digging out coal with his mates for the Japanese war machine saved his and his mates lives. They heard and felt the bombs go off, deep underground in coal mine shafts.

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    • Hipster Racist
      November 9, 2018

      The “nukes are fake” thing started with the Nuke-Lies.com guy. He’s posted here, saying that Hitler was a Jew and that Jews controlled the Nazi party. In other words, it’s a troll. But it certainly seems likely to me that much of the Cold War Nuke stuff and the Cold War Space Race stuff was propaganda.

      That doesn’t mean that “nuclear technology is fake.”

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      • A. Vickstrom
        November 9, 2018

        But it certainly seems likely to me that much of the Cold War Nuke stuff and the Cold War Space Race stuff was propaganda.

        That doesn’t mean that “nuclear technology is fake.”

        Exactly. If the no nukes conspiracy theorists were serious they’d stop their ‘nuke power plants are fake’ nonsense and focus on the fact that nuclear power plants use a moderator to slow down neutrons – low energy neutrons have a much higher rate of inducing fission and are required to keep the chain reaction fizzing. Nuclear weapon work by triggering a chain reaction in which high energy neutrons cause the fissile mass to spontaneously detonate. How this is done using high energy neutrons (there is no moderator in the bomb) and without the bomb fizzing out / turning into a dirty bomb is never explained. This is the key ‘weak point’ in the official A-bomb & H-bomb narrative.

        I know that there’s a Swedish CEO / naval engineer who has been arguing along these lines for a long time and he’s a huge proponent of building more nuclear power plants. He’s also created a 9/11 Truth contest in which anyone who can prove the towers collapsed in the way they are said to will be rewarded 1,000,000 euros.

        So far as I know, no one has even attempted to claim the prize.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 9, 2018

        @A. Vickstrom

        One of the reasons I’m quite tolerant of “conspiracy theories” is because much of the last 100 years of radio, cinema, and TV is “fake” – it’s fiction. It’s staged. Even – especially – the news.

        It’s astonishing to me that people have such a hard time distinguishing electronic mass media from reality.

        Consider: every time you open a magazine and see a bikini model, the picture is airbrushed. It’s photoshopped. Virtually 100% of the time. It’s “fake” but that doesn’t mean it’s not usually based on a real model, a real woman.

        The government has created propaganda films using special effects. At the time people thought they were watching “reality” when instead they were watching special effects. Turn on the TV and the background the anchors are standing in front of is typically a green screen. News media often puts up “Caution tape” behind them, but people think the police put the “caution tape” there. It’s “fake news.”

        Many times when the TV interviews a “man on the street” about an event, it’s actually one of their staff members. This kind of propaganda is commonplace – it’s the norm.

        Yet anytime someone suggests that what they see on the TV isn’t “real” people go ballistic, accusing you of a “conspiracy theory.”

        So along comes disinformation agents who say it’s not the TV that is fake, it’s reality that is fake! The purpose is to confuse people about reality even more.

        People like Bob Saffron always spread the most unlikely “conspiracy theories” and just like Gresham’s Law, bad conspiracy theories tend to drive out the good conspiracy theories.

        Is Bob Saffron a liar, or has he actually lost touch with reality? Is he so confused about electronic mass media he cannot distinguish special effects and fake news from reality? Has he gone insane and believes reality is faked too, not just mass media?

        Or is he just trolling us? I haven’t decided yet.

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      • guest
        November 10, 2018

        >much of the last 100 years of radio, cinema, and TV is “fake”

        And newspapers, from The Great War (Part 3) on PBS:

        “Woodrow Wilson, the great democrat, wanted strict censorship. Creel said that this would be a great mistake. What we have to do instead is supply all of the news. Everything anybody hears about the war has to come through the Committee on Public Information. Creel’s argument is that “I’m giving you all the facts and you are free to reach whatever conclusions you will.” But in fact these were very carefully edited facts.”

        Everything Americans knew about WW1 came from the CPI:

        “The head of the organization, George Creel, estimated that 20,000 newspaper columns a week were drawn from CPI releases.”

        But don’t worry citizen, it was “not propaganda as the Germans defined it, but propaganda in the true sense of the word, meaning the propagation of faith.”!

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  11. information480123
    November 9, 2018

    Your name suits you hipster racist. You are so racist that you are only focusing on white people what about black people. Also, immigration helps a lot of people they came here for equal rights and to start a new life who are you to stop them from achieving their dreams.

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    • Hipster Racist
      November 9, 2018

      @information480123

      You are so racist that you are only focusing on white people what about black people.

      I’m White. I’m not Black. Why would I focus on Black people? Why wouldn’t I focus on White people?

      immigration helps a lot of people

      I’m an American. Immigration doesn’t help me or my people. Those people can go “achieve their dreams” in their own country. Who are they to come to MY country? I didn’t invite them. They have to go back.

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  12. information480123
    November 9, 2018

    well that want Donald trump thinks and you are against hin

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  13. information480123
    November 9, 2018

    Also without black people, you wouldn’t have a lot of the things you have today.ever heard of the civil war

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    • Hipster Racist
      November 9, 2018

      @information480123

      Also without black people, you wouldn’t have a lot of the things you have today.

      Such as? It doesn’t matter to me if Black people are the smarest, most bestest people on earth. They are not me, they are not us. I take my own side.

      You don’t complain when Black people take their own side? Why not? Because you are anti-white.

      well that want Donald trump thinks and you are against hin

      Duh – did you even read my post?

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      • information480123
        November 9, 2018

        okay first of all i am black and you cant stop me from having an opinion.i having nothing against white people some of my close friends are white.If i am antiwhite like you just proposed than i would not be friends with white people

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 9, 2018

        @information480123

        The problem isn’t that you are black – the problem is that you are anti-white. You are SO anti-white you are even willing to throw your fellow black people under the bus because you hope that mass immigration will hurt white people. It will – but it hurts black people EVEN MORE. But you don’t care, you are so anti-white you’re willing to hurt black people just to get back at “whitey.”

        some of my close friends are white.

        LOL! Sorry, having “white friends” doesn’t change the fact you are anti-white.

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  14. A. Vickstrom
    November 9, 2018

    @Hipster,

    What Bob Saffron is doing is worse than you realize. “DEW” isn’t a thing, it’s a disinformation “conspiracy theory” from Judith Wood, a notorious Zionist that helped destroy the 9/11 truth movement in the mid-2000s. Bob Saffron is perfectly aware of this and he has on multiple occasions tried to promote what he knows are falsehoods and discrediting “conspiracy theories.”

    I wasn’t aware of this, thanks for the info mate. I thought Saffron was just using a SciFi novel’s slang term for particle beam weapons & lasers. I’d also never heard of Judith Wood before. She’s supposedly a former professor so she’s definitely smart enough to know that the tripe she’s peddling on YouTube is not possible (I looked her vids up and I agree that she’s a shill that makes the 9/11 Truth Movement look farcical).

    But Bob Saffron isn’t talking about that. He is purposefully lying, saying that he thinks that “DEW” is “much more useable and scalable than nuclear.” He doesn’t really think that, he’s lying.

    It’s difficult to know what his agenda is but I can guess. He’s not stupid.

    Interesting and legitimate point. Looking back on his post from that perspective it almost seems as if he’s attempting to guide our discussion away from 9/11, nuclear weapons, etc. and towards “DEWs” and moon landing conspiracies.

    I will tell you this: he’s likely not a real Brit (I believe he claimed to be one a while back). My writing is very Americanised but there are still little grammatical flourishes that I use that stick out. He doesn’t use them. Either he’s an American living in Britain or something else.

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  15. information480123
    November 9, 2018

    I am not trying to get back at you I am only stating my opinions. Do you know what I am like from behind a computer screen, no you don’t it would go against my beliefs if I wanted did that I believe in god and equal rights for everyone. I am from South Sudan and I have family there that are dying and getting sick every day. I don’t want that to happen yet you are saying because of what you actually knowing me?

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    • Hipster Racist
      November 9, 2018

      @information480123

      I am from South Sudan

      You are not even an American yet you presume to lecture ME – an actual American – on immigration policy to my own country?

      Go back to Sudan, asshole. This is MY country, not yours. I don’t tell Sudan what immigration policy to have, what gives you the nerve to tell me – an AMERICAN – what kind of immigration policy MY country should have?

      I didn’t move to Sudan, now did I? I didn’t ask to have “equal rights” in Sudan, now did I?

      The people who “welcomed” you to America were lying to you – we real Americans don’t want you here.

      You have to go back.

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  16. information480123
    November 10, 2018

    I am a freaking American I have the documents to prove that and what do you mean by my people your people we are all humans unless I was unaware that there were other species on earth

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    • Hipster Racist
      November 10, 2018

      @information480123

      have the documents to prove that

      A piece of paper doesn’t make your an American. You are Sudanese. You already have a country – your country needs you. Why don’t you stop being a coward and go help your fellow countrymen? There are Sudanese women and children that need men like you – and here you are whining about Americans. You’re a little bitch.

      we are all humans

      Yeah. And? We’re all mammals too. What’s your point? You are Sudanese – you belong in Sudan. I’m American, this is my country.

      You have to go back.

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      • information480123
        November 10, 2018

        i am not a man i am a woman and how can i help people when i don[t hsave money

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 10, 2018

        @ information480123

        i am a woman

        OK, then take your ass back to Sudan and start making sons to help out your people. If you can’t do that, go back to Sudan and help children already born. You don’t need money – try planting a garden.

        You want me to give you MY money? I don’t have enough to share. We all have our problems, hon.

        The point is – you aren’t an American. You don’t belong here. You already have a country – Sudan. This is OUR country.

        You have to go back.

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  17. information480123
    November 10, 2018

    that is so rude I don’t want or need your money and I will stop responding to your comments if you leave me alone. you have your own opinions which I respect and I also have mine so I am sorry if me being here bothers you we don’t have to interact anymore.

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    • Hipster Racist
      November 10, 2018

      @information480123

      You come to our country – OUR house – you demand we change our laws, then you have the nerve to call us “rude?” I didn’t come to YOUR country and start demanding YOU change your laws, cater to me. You’re the one being rude – you are more than just “rude” in fact – you’re an enemy.

      You are an unwelcome guest – and you’ve overstayed your welcome. You have to go back.

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  18. james
    November 10, 2018

    I would say at least there is no big new war but that seems more Russia than Trump.

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  19. A. Vickstrom
    November 11, 2018

    @Craig

    I’ve actually worked with concentrated directional microwave instruments. Which is why I deduced the American diplomats suffering from brain injuries in Cuba and China, were most probably from concentrated directional microwave weapons of some sort. The frequencies would need to be finely tuned, it is possible. In fact break through in the medical field concerning ultrasound has transferable technology to this kind of weapon.

    Pics or it didn’t happen. Btw, the human body is mostly water and the same microwave frequencies which effect water will heat up almost anything else in their path so the ‘Cubans are silently frying our diplomats brains with microwaves from a different building’ narrative is a bit hard to believe.

    Ha in Brisbane I met a WW2 war veteran and POW who survived the bombs in Japan. The fact he was a POW digging out coal with his mates for the Japanese war machine saved his and his mates lives. They heard and felt the bombs go off, deep underground in coal mine shafts.

    Sure you did… There are no coal mines near Hiroshima and the closest coal mine to Nagasaki is 9 miles away (it’s called Hashima Island) and the only POWs there were Koreans & Chinese.

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    • Hipster Racist
      November 11, 2018

      A. Vickstom

      Craig’s another one. He’s been stalking me for well over five years now, since the MWIR blog. He once threatened to “dox” me and confused me with some other blogger. I can’t tell exactly what he’s all about – I think he’s just a lonely old drunk living in the outback of Australia – he did once give me a phone number that I traced to a landline somewhere in the Northwestern Territory.

      I’m fairly certain that saffron is “TJ” who posts on MacDonald’s site TOO. He is ALWAYS trying to drag threads off topic. In a thread about feminism, he stops everyone to talk about monetary policy. We talk about the mid term elections, he wants to talk about “Directed Energy Weapons.”

      Craig likes to get drunk and post off-topic music videos.

      They are just trolls – they do it for fun, presumably. No one will listen to their ramblings so they become “co-bloggers” and just fill up space on other people’s blogs. They virtually NEVER contribute anything useful, off topic or on-topic. It’s always about dragging in some fringe agenda – or, just getting attention.

      The worst is “Andrea Levina Ostovia” or whatever. I think he/she/it is an actually tranny, in fact. It posts on all the White forums about how White women are all brainwashed by the Jew media to secretly crave “BBC” – “Big Black Cock” – it posts paragraph after paragraph explaining how Black men are the new masculine ideal and White men (and Asian men) are all feminine compared to Blacks.

      It’s really, really hard to build an audience online. Go to the front page of WordPress and notice how many blogs never get a single comment. I got lucky in that I co-opted a few commenters from the old MWIR, but I mostly built my audience through extremely controversial sex stuff and a sense of humor – along with spamming my links everywhere.

      It worked well until I got banned and shadow-banned from everywhere.

      Which is why I deduced the American diplomats suffering from brain injuries in Cuba and China, were most probably from concentrated directional microwave weapons

      Craig is posting bullshit – he didn’t “deduce” anything. That was a mainstream story, covered heavily in the press, and there were speculations that it was a microwave weapon. He’s just repeating a story that he read, he didn’t “deduce” anything.

      Calling this blog “Aryan Skynet” was a huge mistake – it attracts exactly the wrong crowd.

      These people may think I’m being a dick but I’m just sick to death of these people trolling me and filling up comment boxes with their crap.

      Saffron and Craig are just speculative fiction writers but neither are good enough to have an audience, so they post here instead.

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      • Craig
        November 11, 2018

        I commented about the micro wave stuff before the new york times picked it up, on Anonymous Conservatives blog. Just sayin.

        Just delete my comments then. I know who’s who in the zoo. I’m just unconventional.

        You have a very poor memory. You getting old mate. I remember what you did.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 11, 2018

        @Craig

        I remember what you did.

        The funny part is, you don’t. You have made up some long standing drama in your head that actually has nothing to do with me. You confused me for someone else. You’ve also – dozens of times – tried to create some “secret” “private” drama with MWIR, that crazy cat lady Viking Bitch, and the old Eradica crowd.

        I mean, I keep all the emails. You’re insane, mate. Voices in your head insane.

        I wouldn’t have to delete any comments if you just stopped leaving them.

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      • A. Vickstrom
        November 11, 2018

        Yeah, I can see your point now. Craig just posted a bunch of music videos under Icarereview’s article and Saffron’s busy posting the most ‘far out’ comments possible about Siberian Jews (aka: ‘here’s something really weird… let’s see if it gets a reaction’). The pattern is obvious.

        I also agree that the Andrea thing was horrible. I was honestly shocked it wasn’t banned from more sites. Sure there is an issue of BM x WF but not on that scale. You and I talked about this before. The issue IMO is that teen boys (and when you’re 15 you are super horny) see a half decent looking woman with a black – hell she can be a drug addict with nice tits – and he flips out. When you’re a teen it’s hard to stay grounded and you have internet trolls who take advantage of that.

        You ever think about changing the name of your blog to something without the word ‘Aryan’ in it?

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      • Craig
        November 11, 2018

        Fair enough I’ll stop commenting.

        bye bye.

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    • Craig
      November 11, 2018

      You think microwaves are just for heating H2O?

      Oh you think it’s just for cooking, like a brand name, lols, typical, there’s so much more to microwaves, measuring distances, doubling up as communication devices, ground radar and so much more military and civil applications… Back in the 60’s I believe there was a scientist that discovered frequencies on the microwave band width that trigger synapses reaction in the temporal lobe, causing a clicking noise. I researched this long ago, when soldiers and sailors in the radar and sigs were complaining of similar things. That’s what happens when you stand in front of microwave beams. PS it’ also messes with sperm counts, and the ability to father sons…

      Yes, I used instruments in measuring distances, communications and ground radar… Sorry no pics of my service. but you can find pics of such instrumentation on the net if you so desire.

      Thank you for showing me the breadth of your education.

      ahh bye bye merikan pie. So sad…

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 11, 2018

        discovered frequencies on the microwave band width that trigger synapses reaction in the temporal lobe, causing a clicking noise.

        This isn’t inaccurate, but it’s also a common symptom of schizophrenia.

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    • Craig
      November 11, 2018

      Since you’re so lazy I looked it up for you… about the POW’s working in coal mines. Makes me wonder if you’re just trying to gaslight…

      “The admission came after the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, under prodding from an opposition lawmaker, released documents showing that 300 Australian, British and Dutch prisoners of war worked at a mine owned by Aso Mining during the last four months of the war.”

      Here’s an Australian WW2 war vet…

      https://www.reuters.com/article/us-japan-pow/ex-pow-seeks-apology-compensation-idUSTRE55B3KU20090612

      About time they admitted it.

      That comment at the bottom was for you too.

      I knew about the POW in the coal mines way before the Japanese even admitted it, that’s what you get with brotherhood, you unload on each other. Our governments can be quite despicable. It’s true what they say, ignorance is bliss. You’d be surprised what gets said on ANZAC day.

      I remember a WW1 veteran before he died,who I also met on ANZAC day, all he wanted was for DVA to pay for his oxygen bottles, you know cause they experimented on him and many others with chlorine and mustard gas. Poor bugger, back in those days you had to ask for permission to marry, one of the conditions for him to marry before they shipped him off, he had to sign his life away to be gassed. The government to this day denies it ever happened…

      You should hear what the SASR guys have to say, they hate your government, particularly the CIA. haha For reasons you don’t even know about, cause it’s meant to be secret…

      Loose lips sink ships as the saying goes.

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