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Incoming Communists Ready A Bill That Will CRIMINALIZE Private Gun Sales

Posted by M. C. Fox on December 19, 2018

Mac Slavo
December 18th, 2018

In the land of the fee and home of the slave, incoming Democrats have already drafted a bill that will criminalize private gun sales.  As a “free” American, you will no longer be able to sell your own property without the government’s permission, unless you want to be labeled as a criminal if this bill succeeds and becomes a law.

While this won’t prevent mass shootings, as a government study conducted by anti-gun lunatics in politically elite positions already discovered, a very vast majority of gun owners regulate themselves. Read the rest of this entry »


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The United States are preparing a war between Latin-American states, by Thierry Meyssan

Posted by M. C. Fox on December 19, 2018

Little by little, the partisans of the Cebrowski doctrine are advancing their pawns. If they must cease creating wars in the Greater Middle East, they’ll just turn around and inflame the Caribbean Basin. Above all, the Pentagon is planning to assassinate an elected head of state, ruin his country, and undermine the unity of Latin-America.

John Bolton, the new US National Security Advisor, has relaunched the Pentagon’s project for the destruction of the State structures in the Caribbean Basin.

We remember that in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, the Secretary for Defense at that time, Donald Rumsfeld, created the Office of Force Transformation and nominated Admiral Arthur Cebrowski as its Director. Its mission was to train the US army for its new role in the era of financial globalisation. It was designed to change military culture in order to destroy the State structures of the regions which were not connected to the global economy. The first chapter of this plan consisted of dislocating the « Greater Middle East ». The second stage was intended to perform the same task in the « Caribbean Basin ». The plan was designed to destroy some twenty coastal and insular States, with the exception of Colombia, Mexico and as far as possible, territories belonging to the United Kingdom, the United States, France and Holland.

When he arrived at the White House, President Donald Trump opposed the Cebrowski plan. However, two years later, he has so far only been able to prevent the Pentagon and NATO from handing over States to the terrorist groups they employ (the « Caliphate »), but not to stop manipulating terrorism. Concerning the Greater Middle East, he has managed to diminish the tension, but the wars still continue there at lower intensity. Concerning the Caribbean Basin, he restrained the Pentagon, forbidding them to launch direct military operations.

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The FBI Manufactured ‘302s’ before Mueller

Posted by M. C. Fox on December 19, 2018

By Jack Cashill

The FBI calls its report of a given interview a “302.” This Luddite insistence on a written summary in the age of easy voice recording opens the door to all manner of misinterpretation.

In the case of the 302 that recreated the initial interview with Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn in January 2017, that misinterpretation may not be innocent. To have any value, a 302 must be prepared within five days of the actual interview. That is FBI protocol as well. Last week, when Judge Emmett Sullivan ordered the Robert Mueller legal team to turn over the 302 for the Flynn interview, however, Mueller produced a 302 prepared seven months after the interview.

As Sidney Powell observes in the Daily Caller, there is ample evidence in the infamous Lisa Page-Peter Strzok texts and in the most recent Mueller filing that the FBI had prepared a 302 in a timely fashion. Strzok, in fact, conducted the original interview. That original 302 apparently has been lost or destroyed.

This is not the first time that the FBI — or some entity with power over the FBI — has manufactured a 302 in a politically sensitive case. In the case of TWA Flight 800, the 747 destroyed off the coast of Long Island in July 1996, the FBI and/or CIA manufactured second interviews with the three most critical eyewitnesses.

In fact, the CIA built its infamous “zoom climb” animation around a fully imaginary second interview with Mike Wire, “the man on the bridge.” In Wire’s case, no second 302 was put in his file, but someone did put counterfeit 302s in the files of other two key witnesses. Read the rest of this entry »

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French News Channel Caught Doctoring & Changing Sign Of Yellow Vest Protester – Collective Evolution

Posted by M. C. Fox on December 18, 2018

Another thing you won’t hear from western mainstream media outlets is that the majority of police in France agree with the Yellow Vests movement.

If this were Trump, the US media would be adding “Degage”.



  • The Facts:French mainstream news channel, France3, has been caught doctoring a photo of the Yellow Vests movement. They completely erased a word from a sign that was calling for the Macron to resign. They blamed it on ‘human error.’
  • Reflect On:Why would they do this? How much power does the mainstream media still truly have? Think about how many people are not as easily fooled by this today as opposed to 10 years ago. Why is alternative media deemed as ‘fake news’ all of a sudden?

The Yellow Vests began hitting the streets and raising awareness about the latest economic austerity measures in France that have impacted everything from taxes to gas prices for the middle class and much more. The distaste for how things are in France has been building for many years and simply boiled over.

Like most other protests we’ve seen over the past few years, the mainstream media seems to constantly focus on violence,

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Boys can have periods too, children to be taught in latest victory for transgender campaigners

Posted by M. C. Fox on December 18, 2018

‘girls and women and others who have periods'”.

Tory MP David Davies told The Mail on Sunday that it was “insanity” for teachers to tell pupils that transgender boys can have periods.

It is a good thing this wasn’t happening in 1938. The UK is on life support.

School children will be taught that “all genders” can have periods in new sex education lessons, in a victory for transgender rights campaigners.

The advice to teachers was approved by Brighton & Hove City Council as they try to tackle stigma around menstruation.

The new advice follows a council report which said: “Trans boys and men and non-binary people may have periods”, adding that “menstruation must be inclusive of all genders”.

Bins used for menstruation products will be provided in all toilets for children, according to the report.

It also calls for transgender students and pupils to be provided with additional support from a school nurse if needed.

The report recommends that “language and learning about periods is inclusive of all genders, cultures, faiths and sexual orientations. For example; ‘girls and women and others who have periods'”…

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My 50 Favourite Quotes From ‘The Death of the West’ – Aussie Nationalist Blog

Posted by M. C. Fox on December 18, 2018

Here is one I’ll bet you would never consider. There are no “heroes” among  our Middle Eastern “friends”.

[37] On the slave trade: “Western man was among the many villains, but Western Man was also the only hero” (Pat Buchanan, page 220).

[1] On the demographic situation in 17 European countries: “There are more burials than births, more coffins than cradles” (Pat Buchanan, page 9).

[2] On how the New Economy has stifled the Western birthrate: “Forced to choose, women are choosing career, or career and the joy of motherhood, once” (Pat Buchanan, page 33).

[3] On the consequences of boundless hedonism, and individuals not thinking beyond themselves: “Societies organised to ensure the maximum pleasure, freedom, and happiness for all their members are at the same time, advancing the date of their own funerals” (Pat Buchanan, page 34).

[4] On communism’s plan for women: “The first condition for the liberation of the wife is to bring the whole female sex into public industry and… this in turn demands the abolition of the monogamous family as the economic unit of society” (Karl Marx, page 35).

[5] On the end of the family wage: “Is it not a remarkable coincidence how global capitalism’s view of women–as units of production, liberated from husbands, home and family–conforms so precisely to the view of the fathers of global communism?” (Pat Buchanan, page 35).

[6] On the end of the family wage: “There was a consensus in America… that employers should pay fathers a ‘family wage’ sufficient to support their wives and children in dignity without their having to leave the home to go to work. That was considered one of the defining characteristics of a good society… The system fell apart in the 1960s, when feminists managed to add ‘sex’ to the list of discriminations forbidden by the sweeping Civil Rights Act of 1964” (Pat Buchanan, pages 35-36).

[7] On the conservative fixation on economic concerns: They “believe man is an economic animal, that free trade and free markets are the path to peace, prosperity and happiness… But when the income tax rate for the wealthiest was above 90 percent in the 1950s, America, by every moral and social indicator, was a better country” (Pat Buchanan, page 37).

[8] An early feminist view on the effect of abortion: “It will burden her conscience in life; it will burden her soul in death” (Susan B. Anthony, page 39).

[9] On feminism’s effect, due its promotion of male-hatred: “The rise of feminism spells the death of the nation and the death of the West” (Pat Buchanan, page 42).

[10] On the new cultural order: “The cultural revolution is not about creating a level playing field for all faiths; it is about a new moral hegemony” (Pat Buchanan, page 53).

[11] The true meaning of Jefferson’s ‘All men were created equal’: “I agree with you that there is a natural aristocracy among men. The grounds of this are virtue and talent” (Thomas Jefferson, page 62).

[12] On the importance of hierarchy and the limitations of democracy: “What America is about is not equality of condition or equality of result, but freedom, so a ‘natural aristocracy’ of ability, achievement, virtue and excellence–from athletics to the arts to the academy–can rise to lead, inspire, and set an example for us all to follow and a mark for us all to aim at.

“Hierarchies are as natural as they are essential. Consider the American institutions of excellence, from Microsoft to the New York Yankees, from the US Marine Corps to the Mayo Clinic. How many are run on a one-person, one-vote principle?” (Pat Buchanan, pages 62-63).

[13] On mere tolerance alone: It is “the virtue of men who no longer believe in anything (G.K Chesteron, page 64).

[14] On the fate of pro-choice boomers: “The baby boomers of Europe may live to see their lives ended, without their consent, by a society that has turned as callous toward their wish to stay alive as they were to the unborn in their own time. What goes around comes around” (Pat Buchanan, page 112).

[15] On pro-infanticide arguments: If we concede parents’ rights to abort an unborn infant up to nine months, why do they lose the right to ends its life the moment the foetus slips out of the womb?” (Pat Buchanan, page 113).

[16] On Islam: “the Islamic world retains something the West has lost: a desire to have children and the will to carry on their civilisation, cultures, families and faith” (Pat Buchanan, page 118).

[17] On the nature of power: “Is it in the nature of things that nations and civilisations rise, expand, dominate, and rule, only to recede and offer equality to their subject peoples–an offer accepted until those subject peoples acquire the power to rise, expand and dominate themselves? Is our era of the equality of nations really the end of history or but a temporary truce? (Pat Buchanan, page 120).

[18] On the nature of power: “It is in in the nature of things that nations and religions rule or are ruled” (Pat Buchanan, page 121). [[Personally, I would note the nature of power has a similar application to the culture, identity and institutions]].

[19] On the nature of power: “I put for a general inclination of all mankind, a perpetual and restless desire of Power after power, that ceaseth only in Death” (Thomas Hobbes, page 121).

[20] On multiracialism: “free institutions are next to impossible in a country made up of different nationalities. Among a people without fellow feeling, especially if they read and speak different languages, the united public opinion necessary to the working of representative government cannot exist” (John Stuart Mill, page 146).

[21] On how civilisation is decomposed: “To destroy a people, you must first sever their roots” (Alexander Solzhenitzyn, page 147).

[22] On how civilisation is decomposed: “Dishonor or disgrace a nation’s heroes, and you can demoralise its people (Pat Buchanan, page 147).

[23] On what a proper public school system once did: “We established public schools in America to create good citizens and patriots who will protect and preserve their country” (Pat Buchanan, page 152).

[24] On how attacks against the Lost Cause, give way to anti-Americanism: “Though the Cross of St. Andrew only flew over the Civil War battlefields for four years, the American flag flew for more than four generations over a country whose constitutions countenanced slavery. It was thus inevitable that the turn of Old Glory would also come” (Pat Buchanan, page 170).

[25] On secularism: “Wherever secularism triumphs, populations begin to shrink and die” (Pat Buchanan, page 180).

[26] On secularism: Could not the whole nature of our civilisation with its shortsightedness, with its proud emphasis on the individual… could it not all be but the natural manifestation of a simple phenomenon which, in simple terms, amounts to a loss of God? (Vaclev Havel, page 180, 181).

[27] On the misleading pretenses used to uphold the separation of church and state: “If you wish to reshape American society through the law… you may use as guides the books written by Karl Marx… but not the books written by Matthew, Mark, Luke or John” (Pat Buchanan, page 183).

[28] On the misleading pretenses used to uphold the separation between church and state: “The struggle for moral hegemony will end only when one side is defeated and the other triumphs” (Pat Buchanan, page 192).

[29] On the misleading pretenses used to uphold the separation between church and state: “With our public schools and public square de-Christianized, our private schools and private institutions are next” (Pat Buchanan, page 204).

[30] On the Portland State commencement, and how white students cheered on their future demographic demise: “Surely it is a rarity in history that a people would cheer news that they and their children would soon be dispossessed of their inheritance as the majority in the nation their ancestors built” (Pat Buchanan, page 209).

[31] On the Republican obsession with cutting taxes: “At times, it seems that is the only reason they were put on Earth” (Pat Buchanan, page 210).

[32] On Cultural Marxism’s relentless nature, even against rivals shy of racial, moral or cultural issues: “You may not be interested in war, but war is interested in you” (Leon Trotsky, page 211).

[33] On the Left’s perennially aggressive nature: “In a culture war, the revolution is always on the attack, and traditionalists are always on the defensive” (Pat Buchanan, page 212).

[34] On the beneficial nature of proactive tactics: “Strength lies not in defence but in attack” (Adolf Hitler, page 212).

[35] On weak conservatives: “They just want to get along. But, in a culture war, where the other side is always making demands, and the other side is always ready to fight, this translates into endless retreats and eventual defeat” (Pat Buchanan, page 214).

[36] On the need for conservatism with a defined context: “If our culture is going to be conserved, then we need to de-throne the dominant authorities that threaten it” (Sam Francis, page 215).

[37] On the slave trade: “Western man was among the many villains, but Western Man was also the only hero” (Pat Buchanan, page 220).

[38] On the new demographic realities for right-wing political parties: “If professional elites are moving left, poor whites are moving to the right” (Pat Buchanan, page 223).

[39] On the nature of our struggle: “The West does not lack the power to repel these dangers, but it seems to lack the desire or will to maintain itself as a vital, separate, unique civilization” (Pat Buchanan, page 223).

[40] On the place of large corporations in our traditionalist, right-wing struggle: “With share price and stock options its reasons for being, it will sacrifice everything and everyone on the altar of profit” (Pat Buchanan, page 229).

[41] On the necessity of winning the culture war: “Regimes not rooted in culture cannot endure. The Stalinist regimes in the captive nations of Eastern Europe never put down roots in the culture. When the threat of Russian tanks was gone, so were the regimes” (Pat Buchanan, page 230).

[42] On the state’s duty to promote pro-natal policies: What is more important than the permanence of the American nation and people?” (Pat Buchanan, page 232).

[43] On if the established US foreign policy continues: “We shall know no end of war and no security or peace in our own homeland” (Pat Buchanan, page 242).

[44] On the necessity of gender roles: “Women are not the same as men, and saying so does not make it so” (Pat Buchanan, page 244).

[45] On world government: “A world government in which all nations and peoples have an equal voice in determining the destiny of man is absurd. The pilot flies the plane, not the passengers, and parents do not give toddlers a voice and vote in family decisions” (Pat Buchanan, page 246).

[46] On how engaging in conflict to reclaim Western culture, is preferable to the status quo for Christians: “The government used their tax dollars to fund what they believe is the slaughter of unborn children… This is the asking price of peace in the culture war, and, for millions of Christians, the price is too high” (Pat Buchanan, pages 247-248).

[47] On the shortcomings of political change: “Politics cannot pull the West out of its crisis, for it is not a crisis of material things, but a crisis of the soul” (Pat Buchanan, page 252).

[48] On the need for certain decisions to be exempt from the democratic process: “Not all decisions by the people are going to be warmly received by traditionalists. After all, the adversary culture has made deep inroads” (Pat Buchanan, page 260).

[49] On the importance of faith in upholding morality: There is “no significant example in history, before our time, of a cosset successfully maintaining moral life without the aid of religion” (Will Durant, page 265).

[50] On the limitations of democracy: “It (democracy) can easily be transformed by them (the forces you dislike)” (T. S. Eliot, page 267).

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The Myth of Western Democracy –

Posted by M. C. Fox on December 18, 2018

The question before us is whether the Western peoples are too brainwashed, too firmly locked in The Matrix, to exhausted to stand up and defend their freedom.

Paul Craig Roberts

How does the West get away with its pretense of being an alliance of great democracies in which government is the servant of the people?

Nowhere in the West, except possibly Hungary and Austria, does government serve the people.

Who do the Western governments serve? Washington serves Israel, the military/security complex, Wall Street, the big banks, and the fossil fuel corporations.

The entirety of the rest of the West serves Washington.

Nowhere in the West do the people count. The American working class, betrayed by the Democrats who sent their jobs to Asia, elected Donald Trump and the American people were promptly dismissed by the Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton as “the Trump deplorables.”

The Democrats, like the Republicans, serve power, not the people.

In Europe we see the squashing of democracy everywhere.

British prime minister May has turned Brexit into subservience to the EU. She has betrayed the British people and has not yet been hung off of a lamp post, which shows how acceptance the British people are of betrayal. The British people have learned that they do not count. They are as a nothing.

The Greeks voted for a leftwing government that promised to protect them from the EU, IMF, and big banks, but promptly sold them out with austerity agreements that destroyed what remained of Greek sovereignty and Greek living standards. Today the EU has reduced Greece to a Third World country.

The French have been in the streets in revolt for weeks against the French president who serves everyone except the French people…

The question before us is whether the Western peoples are too brainwashed, too firmly locked in The Matrix, to exhausted to stand up and defend their freedom. Resistance is happening in France and Belgium, but the government that sold out Greece hasn’t been hung off of lamp posts. Americans are so brainwashed that they think Russia, China, Iran, Syria, North Korea, and Venezuela are their enemies when it is perfectly clear that their Enemy is “their” government in Washington.

Except for my American readers, Americans are locked in The Matrix. And they will kill in order to stay in The Matrix, where the controlled explanations are reassuring. Anyone who looks to Washington for leadership is an idiot.

Washington is a master of propaganda. Washington’s propaganda has even infected the Russian government, which from all reports stupidly believes that accommodation to Washington is the secret that will make Russia successful.

It is a foolish government that relies on agreements with Washington.

What it comes down to is this: If acceptance of provocations avoids war, that is the correct policy, but if acceptance of provocations encourages more provocations until war is unavoidable, then a more robust response to provocations is the correct policy. A more robust response introduces caution into the process, whereas acceptance of provocations encourages the aggressor.

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School Contractor in Texas Denied Work Over Pro-Israel Loyalty Oath

Posted by M. C. Fox on December 18, 2018

You can tell who runs the show.

A CHILDREN’S SPEECH PATHOLOGIST who has worked for the last nine years with developmentally disabled, autistic, and speech-impaired elementary school students in Austin, Texas, has been told that she can no longer work with the public school district, after she refused to sign an oath vowing that she “does not” and “will not” engage in a boycott of Israel or “otherwise tak[e] any action that is intended to inflict economic harm” on that foreign nation. A lawsuit on her behalf was filed early Monday morning in a federal court in the Western District of Texas, alleging a violation of her First Amendment right of free speech.

The child language specialist, Bahia Amawi, is a U.S. citizen who received a master’s degree in speech pathology in 1999 and, since then, has specialized in evaluations for young children with language difficulties (see video below). Amawi was born in Austria and has lived in the U.S. for the last 30 years, fluently speaks three languages (English, German, and Arabic), and has four U.S.-born American children of her own.

Amawi began working in 2009 on a contract basis with the Pflugerville Independent School District, which includes Austin, to provide assessments and support for school children from the county’s growing Arabic-speaking immigrant community. The children with whom she has worked span the ages of 3 to 11. Ever since her work for the school district began in 2009, her contract was renewed each year with no controversy or problem. Read the rest of this entry »

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Berkeley scientists developing artificial intelligence tool to combat ‘hate speech’ on social media

Posted by M. C. Fox on December 17, 2018

Berkeley developing a “hate index” algorithm that could censor and perhaps ruin your reputation.

Getting a warm fuzzy? Me neither.

BERKELEY! They ARE the haters.


Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, are developing a tool that uses artificial intelligence to identify “hate speech” on social media, a program that researchers hope will out-perform human beings in identifying bigoted comments on Twitter, Reddit and other online platforms.

Scientists at Berkeley’s D-Lab “are working in cooperation with the [Anti-Defamation League] on a ‘scalable detection’ system—the Online Hate Index (OHI)—to identify hate speech,” the Cal Alumni Association reports

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Latest Odds of a Shooting War Between NATO and Russia – Consortiumnews

Posted by M. C. Fox on December 17, 2018

AG: Competition between US and Russian energy corporations is one of the main undercurrents to all this.

by Ann Garrison

An Interview with George Szamuely

George Szamuely is a Hungarian-born scholar and Senior Research Fellow at London’s Global Policy Institute. He lives in New York City. I spoke to him about escalating hostilities on Russia’s Ukrainian and Black Sea borders and about Exercise Trident Juncture, NATO’s massive military exercise on Russian borders which ended just as the latest hostilities began.

Ann Garrison: George, the hostilities between Ukraine, NATO, and Russia continue to escalate in the Sea of Azov, the Kerch Strait, and the Black Sea. What do you think the latest odds of a shooting war between NATO and Russia are, if one hasn’t started by the time this is published?

George Szamuely: Several weeks ago, when we first talked about this, I said 60 percent. Now I’d say, maybe 70 percent. The problem is that Trump seems determined to be the anti-Obama. Obama, in Trump’s telling, “allowed” Russia to take Crimea and to “invade” Ukraine. Therefore, it will be up to Trump to reverse this. Just as he, Trump, reversed Obama’s policy on Iran by walking away from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, otherwise known as the Iran nuclear deal. So expect ever-increasing US involvement in Ukraine.

AG: NATO’s Supreme Commander US General Curtis M. Scaparrotti is reported to have been on the phone with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko “offering his full support.” Thoughts on that?

GS: There has been a proxy war within Ukraine since 2014, with NATO backing Poroshenko’s Ukrainian government and Russia backing the dissidents and armed separatists who speak Russian and identify as Russian in Ukraine’s southeastern Donbass region. But in the Kerch Strait the hostilities are between Russia and Ukraine, with NATO behind Ukraine.

A shooting war will begin if it escalates to where NATO soldiers shoot and kill Russian soldiers or vice versa. Whoever shoots first, the other side will feel compelled to respond, and then there’ll be a war between Russia and NATO or Russia and a NATO nation.

We don’t know whether NATO would feel compelled to respond as one if Russians fired on soldiers of individual NATO nations—most likely UK soldiers since the UK is sending more of its Special Forces and already has the largest NATO military presence in Ukraine. Russia could defeat the UK, but if the US gets involved, all bets are off… Read the rest of this entry »

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