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Friday, June 24, 2016

Twitter speaks out on Brexit results



Bryan Douebleu
Clinical Cynic
June 24, 2016

No, I am not British, yet  I am thrilled that the vote to leave the EU has succeeded... If only for the blow it serves to our elite controllers. Common sense and autonomy has ruled the day, with the quiet majority having had their vote, and now it's time for that loud, utterly ignorant minority to hit that thing called 'social' media with all sorts of dumb. How I absolutely loathe Twitter and social media. Let's take a look at some lowlights:

When you have years to reflect on EU membership, and then base a decision on that experience, it is then fear-based?

I see only single-mindedness on one side here... Can you guess which?

I thought you voted in a democracy but perhaps I'm mistaken. Then again, this is a constitutional monarchy.

Perhaps they are the old people that joined and have a before and after to contrast to see the error of their ways. Perhaps we shouldn't put much weight on silly polls of which we know nothing on how they were conducted?

Leaving a union is xenophobic?

Like becoming members of a body of which the people know not whom governs their governors?

How many Brits were using European made electronics and clothing? Right. Not much changes.


Leaving a union is xenophobic?

Weren't they the ones that helped set up and join the EU as well?

Ever hear of a thing called NATO?

In the end, sanity won. How many of the above people really have a clue what they are talking about?

One of the founding fathers of the European Union.
If you are British and know anyone that was in favor of remaining, ask them if they know who Jean Monnet was. Ask them who represented them in Brussels. I bet you'd be surprised at the results.

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Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Something Smells Bad In Orlando

Was Mateen uncomfortable with his sexuality and unable to live as a gay Muslim man?

Bryan Douebleu
Clinical Cynic
June 15, 2016

How does a man that is known to the FBI, and other agencies, as a potential radical, get on a terror list, and then go on to purchase weapons?

He was removed from that list and FBI and DHS investigations were restricted due to Hilary Clinton's State Department and DHS heads... for fear of offending Muslims. According to retired DHS agent Philip Haney, of the two attempts the FBI tried to develop a case against Orlando shooter Mateen, their failure for each attempt was a direct result of their inability to connect dots - dots that were likely closed as the results of Clinton and DHS policy that lead to the deletion of sixty-seven records in 2012 - it was in 2013 that Mateen appeared on the FBI's radar.

The failure at the FBI resulted in Mateen being removed from the list of potential threats and paved the way to his legal purchase of firearms. This is not a failure of our gun laws, it is a failure of Clinton's State Department and Homeland Security policy and its result on law enforcement.

Take a look at what Clinton's social media people are tweeting:


It looks like her staffers are just as ignorant at 20,404 twits.

True to the Obama administration's motto, let no opportunity go to waste, no time was wasted in bringing advocacy of stricter gun laws to forefront. Clinton, Obama, and Sanders all chimed in right on que - and as you might have guessed, none of them called this as it was at face value. Instead they railed against our current system while ignoring massive failures that set the table for last Saturday night.

So, even if the story is as it is reported by the mainstream media, I take issue. And then, there are some other things that have come to light which do not sit well with me...

Many club goers have told media outlets that they believed multiple individuals were involved in the attack. Here are some videos:

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/man-describes-playing-dead-hiding-orlando-shooter-39816943







And now we come to Mr. Luis Burbano, actor extraordinaire.

Luis Burbano has provided two different media outlets, ABC and FOX News, two very different stories. He tells one that he slipped out through a hole in a fence - obviously in a patio area. In the other he stated he exited through a back door into an alley. In one he states he dragged a man, with a grave wound which had split his forearm in two, up a hill - no hills exist (you can check this yourself using Google street view - and it's Florida). In one he holds an exit door shut with another man and in another he exits through a sliding glass door. In one he mentions the serious wound he 'observed', a forearm split into two, yet, despite the gravity of seeing such a thing, he completely omits it from the other interview. He states he was working one bar yet at last call, just before shots are fired, he went to a different bar "to collect his check"; I've been to my share of bars and bartenders remain when patrons leave - at last call they are serving a last round of drinks and closing tabs... not going and collecting a paycheck [and the timing of this is just convenient to say the least].

Here are the two Luis Burbano videos I am referencing:





Let's take a look at that alley, that back door, and that hole in the fence.


That patio fence have any holes in it? Maybe he meant he went under the fence and that sliding glass door is on that patio? That's plausible, but he said he did something contrary in the opposite interview.


This is odd; I don't see a back door or an alley. There is an empty lot behind Pulse full of gravel and, if I recall correctly, a tree or two.


Again, no alley. Next door there is a gas station.

So, here's what we know.

Regarding the mainstream media's story, and that of Orlando police, Mateen got into the club after a firefight with a cop stationed at the club (this must be a Florida thing - I've seen off-duty cops do club security but never one 'stationed'), and after he made it inside where he killed fifty people and wounded, last time I checked, fifty-three. Mateen was once on a terror list, was removed, and was known to the FBI, he held some form of security clearance for his work with the British security firm G4S - of which Vanity Fair called 'The Chaos Company', and all the above allowed him to purchase firearms.

We also know that multiple witnesses heard references to multiple assailants. We know mainline media outlets have broke off from a witness stating the presence of multiple shooters. We know that one of the mainstream media's witnesses, and among the most interviewed among outlets, is a B-list actor that has told different stories that contradict one another.

And once again, we have yet another mass shooting, with massive national coverage, under Obama's tenure. And once again, we have another event chock-full with failures and inconsistencies.

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Monday, June 13, 2016

We Are Change's Luke Rudowski Breaks Down The Pulse Nightclub Shooting



Bryan Douebleu
Clinical Cynic
June 13, 2016

Omar Mateen, over the course of over three hours, apparently killed fifty people and wounded over fifty others. Luke Rudowski sheds light on this and Mateen's history; if you are interested in his sources for the video, follow the video to YouTube and the sources can be found in the video's description. We see again, references to mental illness, much like most of these perpetrators of mass shootings - and a possibility of SSRI involvement, and a history that is anything but straightforward. And again, like the Boston marathon bombing on to 9-11, we see an individual that was no stranger to the FBI and the U.S. intelligence community. And, once more, the gun 'control' advocates are reinvigorated.

Letting no time or opportunity, created or otherwise, go to waste, our career politicians immediately invoked their tired gun control rhetoric. Never mind that Mateen legellay purchased a semi-auto rifle and handgun while on a terrorist watch list...







What has Hilary contributed to the world? Travelgate. Filegate. Whitewater. The crisis in Ukraine. The destruction of Libya and the murder of Qaddafi. The destruction of Syria. Benghazi. An email scandal and possibly leaking classified information (yet she is spared from Snowden's fate).

We have the Second Amendment in the United States to provide a counter to any threat imposed upon the people by a tyrannical government; whether or not that tyrannical government is present at this time is not the point. As a history buff and a history major in college, the first thing any totalitarian regime does is disarm the populace - thereby protecting itself from a popular uprising; both Nazi Germany and the Soviets did so (among many others).

The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to allow the subject races to possess arms. History shows that all conquerors who have allowed their subject races to carry arms have prepared their own downfall by so doing. Indeed, I would go so far as to say that the supply of arms to the underdogs is a sine qua non for the overthrow of any sovereignty. So let's not have any native militia or native police. German troops alone will bear the sole responsibility for the maintenance of law and order throughout the occupied Russian territories, and a system of military strong-points must be evolved to cover the entire occupied country. - Adolf Hitler



If you want to see what happens when lawful citizens are disarmed, take a long look at Chicago over the years. Or, better yet, take a look at Venezuela. What happened in Orlando is tragic; we don't need to take a tragic event and erode our nation's principles. What we need to have happen is an investigation into why the FBI and other agencies failed - but who is left untainted to such an extent to conduct it?

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Saturday, June 11, 2016

The Smart Refrigerator?


Bryan Douebleu
Clinical Cynic
June 11, 2016

I am sure that you, like me, often encounter absurd commercials throughout your week - not all of which are comprised of drug marketing by the legal drug cartels. Well, I'm here to share with you what is thee most pathetic thing I have seen yet that someone is selling. And yes, I am sure there are going to be lots of idiots out there that are too lazy to do a quick audit to formulate a shopping list.

I give to you the Samsung advert titled "Family Hub: Birthday Party". Enjoy before you break down at the current human state:



That's right; you don't have to be "B" list celebrity to have a swinging party - all you need is your smartphone integrated with your Goddamned refrigerator. And rest assured, we all know you can't party 24/7 and that everyone requires downtime... Fear not pleb, even then, with your Xbox in the living room, connected to a 'smart' TV, along with 'smart' TV's in bedrooms, smart phones all handedly close by - even while you sleep, and your shiny new 'smart' refrigerator in the kitchen, your alphabet friends will always be watching, or listening, over you.

It's all worth the cost to wallet and privacy - you can now see into your refrigerator - LIVE... As well as send texts to other family members to your new 'smart' refrigerator door (never mind every idiot now has a smartphone, anyways, which can receive texts).

I am now at a total loss for words. If Hale-Bopp was making a pass right about now I might start scheming...

*****

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Bryan Douebleu
Clinical Cynic
June 11, 2016

Vice Magazine, or more specifically, their offshoot YouTube channel Vice News, has been a source of frustration from my perspective as they appear to play the left and right game often. With that said, occasionally they produce some decent content - and the latest content along these lines is an interview with Edward Snowden; for those living in dark caves and under rocks, Snowden is considered a traitor for blowing a whistle on various US alphabet agencies' domestic spying on Americans - in order to conduct the interview VICE's Shane Smith traveled to Moscow.

During the interview Snowden commented that your smartphone's cameras and microphones can be remotely tapped, your phone conversations recorded, and your browsing habits/contacts/emails/and texts obtained. Further, apparently, many police departments are now beginning to acquire the tech to do so. The device frequently used is known as an IMSI-catcher; in short, those utilizing the device place it between a cell tower and the target device, and by doing so, the IMSI-catcher can then trick our smartphones into responding to the IMSI-catcher as if it were in fact the cell tower - with all of your data and information filtered through that IMSI-catcher.

In the video below you will see a demonstration of an IMSI-catcher in action.



The sad reality of what is taking place in the United States, and many European nations, is the fact that the wrath of the people is misplaced. Be it here in the US with anti-Trump sentiment, or Sweden with the extreme left, or France and Germany, and so on... All while the people's rights have been and continue to be infringed upon illegally - and by and large, nobody seems to really care. Perhaps they did for a day or two when news initially broke of government data mining, much like the response to the big bailouts in 2008, and then we all quickly returned to being pacified.

It is actually illegal for the CIA to conduct operations domestically targeting American citizens, and domestic operations were never intended as a function of that agency. In the video below you can watch John Brennan, the acting director of the CIA, openly lie:





At this point I should mention that John Brennan still sits in the director's chair. Never mind that he perjured himself before the Senate. Of course Obama didn't ask him to resign, because after all, and setting aside differences lying on the surface, he's just another puppet akin to Bush and Clinton - and it is all about continuity of an agenda; this is how they lull the naive people out there into playing the left/right game and why nothing really changes. These people get away with everything - always... And it doesn't look like that is going to change.

I'd like to know what these Senators have done on our behalf...

Think twice next time you decide it's wise to send someone intimate pictures or worse. In a separate article years ago Snowden also stated that some goons at the NSA enjoy passing around nude and sexually explicit pictures of citizens, illegally obtained from their emails and cell phones, for a laugh (or maybe for a bathroom 'break'). I guess perversion and nerd arousal is now considered national security. It really is a brave new world.

Just because we like to pull the blankets up over our collective heads, bury our heads in the sand, click our heels, or instead choose to get worked up over sovereign nations seeking to secure their borders and enjoy accusing individuals (whom we do not personally know) as being racist, does not make these serious incursions on freedom and privacy go away. Instead, like an infection oozing with bacteria and pus, it festers and spreads. If all the repeated attempts to kill net neutrality provide any hint of an example, we now have a massive, multi-headed hydra whose heads require thorough severing one by one.

In case you are interested, in February the New York Times published an article about the 'great' NYPD's spying activities. Yet, as stated earlier, these acts are unfortunately not limited to the NYPD.

And, in case you are wondering; I do view Snowden, not as a hero, but as a patriot. Any individual with a moral compass would do the same. We should want to know what those are doing in our names - whether it be directed at us as in this case, or targeting others. Unfortunately, many seem to think we are only supposed to honor the machine - the regime - the utterly fat and inflated bureaucracy that is anything but bureaucratic, and not ourselves collectively. The United States is not the CIA or NSA or a sitting Senator or President - those agencies and offices were designed to work on our, the people's, behalf - not the other way around. And, at this time, they run amok with nil oversight while serving another master (which just happens to be meeting in Dresden, Germany while I write this).
 
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