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Friday, October 21, 2016

DNC-Associated Think Tank Suggests Faux Alien Invasion


Bryan Douebleu
Clinical Cynic
October 21, 2016

Benenson Strategy Group, a think tank with some history with the DNC, offers their suggestion to regaining control of the 2016 US Presidential election. That suggestion is called FIRESIGN. Read it yourself ...

If this is not lunacy I don't know what is. Groups like Benenson are hired to perform research. They do not sit around and do this to pass the time - someone paid for this analysis.Perhaps that someone was the Clinton Foundation?


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Thursday, October 20, 2016

My Reactions to the Final Presidenatial Debate

Bryan Doueblue
Clinical Cynic
October 20, 2016

Below is the debate in-full (nearly):

I jotted some things down while I watched - surely missing some things due to some distractions on my end. Begin:

Candidates have not been informed of questions. Sure.

33,000 lives??? According to Gun Violence Archive roughly 12,000 gun-related deaths in 2015. According to NPR there are over 300 million guns in private hands. What Hillary fails to illustrate, is whether or not the guns involved in her inflated numbers are legal or not. Is that too "Fast and Furious" Hillary? Even if those deaths were all caused by legally owned firearms, which we know by default not to be the case, that is a 1/25,000 chance of Americans falling victim to fellow citizens due to gun violence. Over your lifetime you have a 1/12,000 chance to be struck by lightning.

Perhaps she is for late-term abortion, despite a fetus' ability to live outside the womb, due to her husband's many indiscretions?

Perhaps I can emigrate to, nay - I'll just go to Mexico or Guatemala, and once I am there and established I can have my entire family over. After all, if I am there they also have a right no? Anything short of yes would be racist and xenophobic - I don't care about Mexico's or Guatemalan laws, I just care about me. I'm special.

 If we trade energy with our 'neighbors' more than anyone in the world already, why the need for open borders? When you wanted the pipeline from Saudi Arabia to traverse Syria you didn't care about open borders among the agreeing parties (Syria aside). That was a blatant dodge and a shoddy one at that.

Russia... Russia... Russia. Where is your proof Hillary? Bit upset about that thorn in your side in Ukraine and Syria??? Maybe it'd be kind of like your proof in the bin Laden raid; you guys "got" your man and then, and unlike the Gaddafi and Hussein pictures and video, he's literally tossed off a ship. Of course there was the shots of the 'team' posturing in the situation room. But sure, by all means, if you say it's so it must be.

And Hillary's reference to Russian influence in the election - where's your proof? "We've never had a foreign government interfere[...]" - complete BS. What about the AIPAC? Then you have private, for-profit, organizations such as Americans United for Change and Democracy Partners.

And Trump, really, how many warheads do you need??? These things need to be disappearing and we should be working together with Putin to do so - not pushing for 'missile shields' right on Russia's front door. If fifty of those things are lobbed where are you going to go? Would it matter if it was 1,800 v. 2,000 missiles? You can only die and kill someone once.

Russia has not taken over the Middle East - that is laughable.

NATO is antiquated and should go away just as the Eastern Bloc went away. Yet Clinton and Obama's kicking a fence with a beehive on it - so of course they want NATO. And it was NATO that flew over Libya while radical elements overtook that nation and then dragged Gaddafi through the streets. And it was NATO that was hitting pro-Assad elements in Syria and, with the help of Clinton's Saudi buddies, funneling foreign fighters, arms, and money through the Turkish border.

Hillary talks of foreign influence on elections and is taking Saudi and Qatar money?!? Then she brings up Haiti?!? Huh? The same Haiti that the Clinton Foundation is under scrutiny over regarding pilfering relief money? FBI investigation? The one controlled ultimately dismissed by your buddy Comey? Syrian civil war aided by the Iranians, Russians, and Syrians?!? Al-Raqqah is the sovereign nation of Syria's soil and theirs to get back - not yours and your Saudi friends Hillary.

If we, the American public, swallow this BS we deserve what we get. Bye Hillary. If I could place you, your rich buddies, and your Saudi friends on a rocket and have you be the founder of a Martian colony I'd do so.


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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Assange’s Fate

Justin Raimondo
October 19. 2016

The saga of Julian Assange seems to be drawing to a climax – one that will decide the fate of this historic whistleblower who, for years, has been a giant thorn in the side of governments everywhere.

His role in exposing the machinations of the US government over the years earned him the plaudits of liberals – until the Bush era ended, and he started exposing the crimes of the Obama administration and – most pointedly – the hypocrisy and venality of Hillary Clinton and her journalistic camarilla. Now we see right-wing figures like Sean Hannity and – yes! – Donald Trump praising and defending him, while the ostensible liberals take up the cry of the Clinton campaign that he’s a “pawn of the Kremlin” and a “rapist.” Even Glenn Greenwald, formerly a comrade-in-arms, who together with Assange helped Edward Snowden evade the not-so-loving arms of Uncle Sam, has lately sought to distance himself from the founder of WikiLeaks (over the value of “curation”). Nice timing, Glenn!

Funny how that works.

Now we see that the Ecuadorian government, which has provided sanctuary for Assange ever since the frame-up “rape” charges by the Swedes were brought, is succumbing to pressure from Washington to silence him. As Assange released the now famous Podesta emails, that – among other things – exposed the collusion of the media and the Clinton campaign in delicious detail, John Kerry demanded that the Ecuadorians cut off Assange’s Internet access – and they meekly complied. Of course, since leftist Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa has openly endorsed Mrs. Clinton, and openly abhors Trump, this is hardly surprising: this is how the left operates internationally, as well as in this country – if you stray from the party line it doesn’t take long before the knives come out, aimed directly at one’s back.

In any case, Correa’s betrayal seems to have been short-circuited by the ever-resourceful Assange, who is still releasing incriminating emails. This is someone with a Plan!

Coincident with all this is the culmination of the long “legal” process initiated by the Swedish government, which is falsely accusing Assange of “rape.” He was supposed to have met with Swedish prosecutors on Monday, but has put off the meeting until November 14 – after the US elections.

Given Sweden’s bizarre laws on the subject, and the provenance of his accusers, the smear campaign aimed at Assange has zero credibility. No one believes these charges (and remember, he has never been formally charged) aren’t motivated by Washington’s stated desire to get him extradited to the US on “espionage” charges – and there isn’t anyone who thinks that the British government (which has spent millions making sure he stays holed up in Ecuador’s embassy) wouldn’t do so given half a chance.

Is it a coincidence that the way the Establishment tries to destroy those who oppose it is by hurling sex charges at them? They did the same thing to Dan Ellsberg: it’s the oldest trick in the book.

Equally ridiculous are the accusations that Assange is a “Russian agent.” To begin with, despite the US government’s propaganda, there isn’t a lick of real evidence that the Russians hacked the DNC emails, or any of the other emails published by WikiLeaks It could just as easily have been an insider. The fact of the matter is that, although they try to project the illusion of their own omniscience, they just don’t know.

What’s instructive is that the liberal media, which is not even bothering to hide its support for Hillary Clinton, is echoing Washington’s campaign to discredit Assange as a Kremlin tool. And of course the neoconservatives, who are solidly in Clinton’s camp, have always hated Assange, and are glad to join the chorus.

Assange has done more than any single figure to expose the machinations of governments worldwide to murder and plunder the rest of us: as the declared enemy of the powerful, he is their principal target – and it behooves those of us who defend liberty and transparency to rally around the banner of Wikileaks.

Assange has been holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since August of 2012, with governments all over the world – and especially our government – determined to get him, smear him, and discredit him by any means necessary. Yet he continues to expose them, even in these straitened circumstances, without regard for his own health, happiness, or ultimate fate. He is a hero for our times – in an age when the heroic seems entirely absent. And he is now in more danger than ever before: what with the leftist Ecuadorian government, eager to curry favor with Hillary Clinton, wavering in his defense, and with Mrs. Clinton herself wondering “Can’t we just drone this guy?”

Assange’s fate, whatever it turns out to be, limns our own: if he goes down, then, in a sense, so do we all. Because what that means is that there’s no room for truth-tellers in our world, and no tolerance for heroes. And that’s not the kind of world I care to live in.


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Monday, July 11, 2016

This blog is moving to Wordpress

I want to thank all of you, longtime readers as well as infrequent ones, for your time and open minds. For too long I have dealt with Google's horrible blogging platform and have finally decided it's now time to move on. I will leave this blog as is for an undetermined amount of time. All post to date have been moved to Wordpress. There is a lot I wish I was aware of prior to this time, such as breaking posts into multiple pages, to make reading this blog easier. Many of the visits here have been from non-English speaking nations; at this time I do not have a translation tool at the Wordpress site - until I get that resolved I will mirror new posts here.

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