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I feel like doing a round the tubes post today, deal with it.

First, we have CNN wondering something that I’ve wondered for years, why do UN “Peacekeepers” (actual results may vary) have immunity for their sexual abuse deals?

Personnel have forced women and children to have sex in exchange for food, have trafficked women into U.N. missions and systematically raped them, and have committed other egregious acts of sexual violence.‎ ‎Few of those responsible have ever been brought to justice. (links in original,

I am surprised that CNN allowed this to be posted on their site, they usually suppress things, they’re in the affirmation business not the information business after all.

Speaking of the Ministry of Truth, some Russian journalists, who are forced to do their govt’s bidding (unlike ours), have formed a media in exile.

Russia’s regulator considered the material as a violation of a law against extremism. The journalists got the message that they wouldn’t be able to escape censorship if they stayed in Russia.

“The dismissal of the chief editor and the appointment of the pro-Kremlin official is a violation of the law on media, which discusses the inadmissibility of censorship,” reads an open letter of the Lenta journalist in protest of Timchenko’s dismissal.

Good for them, here we have self-censorship.

 

Sunnis are wondering why the hell Obama is favoring the Shiites but they’re confused about one thing

Presidential advisors like Valerie Jarret and Robert Malley seem to think that because of its ancient civilization, Iran should sweep the region and end Sunni power. They argue that because the metropolitan Persians are superior to the Bedouin Arabs, and because Iranian Shiite Islam is more moderate than the radical Sunni Islam of Saudi Arabia and the rest of the Gulf, America should make of Iran its Middle East partner and force Gulf Arabs to enter into security arrangements on Tehran’s terms

 

Yeah, but it’s not about all that stuff, it’s about hating America and the various Sunni dictatorships do not hate us enough.
Soopermexican links the Hill so I don’t have to.

 A group of Senate Democrats is urging the Obama administration to allow at least 65,000 Syrian refugees to settle inside the United States.

Don’t think of it as importing thousands of jihadis, think of it as a target-rich environment.

That’s how these “refugees” think of America after all.

 

Have you ever wondered how the six-fingered man got that extra finger? Well, wonder no more.

Moreover, one hadith states that those who have sexual intercourse with their hands will find their hands pregnant…

 

I am surprised he didn’t wear glasses.

They are combating the problem though.

“It has everything one would want for a wedding,” al-Homsi said of Raqqa — a riverside provincial capital that in the 18 months since IS took control has seen militants beheading opponents and stoning alleged adulteresses in public.

It’s just like Niagara Falls except with blood instead of water.

 

Speaking of murderously dangerous cities run by religious extremists, et’s seq our ue to America!

You’re 45% more likely to be murdered in De Blasio’s NYC than in Bloomberg’s.

Crime and murder is up in Baltimore too.

Investor’s Business Daily makes a doubleplusungood connection!

Lawlessness: Fueled by this president’s anti-police policies and race-baiting rhetoric, thugs are attacking cops and terrorizing major cities. Horrible violence is breaking out all over. We are witnessing a national crime wave.

Heh. Heh I say.

Not so “heh” worthy?

WAR ON COPS=> THIRD White Police Officer SHOT DEAD This Week (emphasis me V)

 

Now, I’m totally against the use of police as revenue generators and their use of military tactics against undeserving victims, but that’s very bad. It’s just another of the reasons I’ve been hoping for an asteroid for years, the results of stuff like that is too bad to contemplate as we either have unbelievable crime waves as cops stop policing or even more militarization of the police in response.

On the lighter side of the news

A video showing a car attempting to park but actually plowing into journalists (emphasis me V) might have resulted from the Volvo’s owner not paying an extra fee to have the car avoid pedestrians.

I hope the car wasn’t dented.

In Not At All Funny Cuz It’s True news

McCain

Yup.

Again, thanks to socklessjoe for the idea that could be the savior of the American Experiment in Self-Rule!

Clinton 16

 

 

I opened this “New  Post” with a link to the Hill with the intention of pointing out their blatant minitruism, it was going to be called “Minitrue Maladies Part The Billionth” or something like that.

That, short, article is about a court decision that the NSA warrantless wiretapping of all of America is unConstitutional. Which would appear obvious to me, but then, I don’t really like the Now we’re living in where words mean what the Dems and their political/media industrial complex say they mean.

So am I forcing things by saying this is subtle minitrueism?

The decision from the Second Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday represents the second major court victory for opponents of the NSA…,

 

It’s only a victory for opponents of the NSA? How about supporters of the Constitution and opponents of a 1984-style surveillance of everybody the NSA can reach? I can support the NSA while being against this surveillance-state tactic, can’t I?

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…after a lower court decision called the program nearly (emphasis me V) unconstitutional six months ago.

See, it didn’t say “nearly”, it said “likely” as they should have known as they linked to their own story.

A federal judge on Monday ruled that the government’s collection of data on all U.S. phone calls is likely unconstitutional, (link in original V) comparing the National Security Agency (NSA) program to George Orwell’s1984.

 

An aside, this judge is obviously an unhelpful, recidivist who longs for the days of slavers as you can tell from the bit about 1984.

 

Notice the headline of the decision they link in that story

Klayman v. Obama

So it appears pretty obvious they are shilling for Obama and not the NSA.

 

And that’s how Minitrue works, tons of little things, they push they crap in every story in little ways,

From 2 years ago,  in a story about some pols trying to take my guns, is this from my post

In Fuck You Minitrue News, a puppy blender link quoting The Hill. (I don’t link Minitrue if I can avoid it)

“A growing number of states are moving forward with legislation to exempt them from new federal gun controls and, in some cases, brand as criminals anyone who tries to enforce them. While many of the bills are considered symbolic or appear doomed to fail, the legislative explosion reflects a backlash against legislative and regulatory efforts in Washington to tamp down on gun violence.” (emphasis me V)

Fuck you, it’s not about reducing gun violence, it’s about control, it’s about making citizens into subjects and you assholes know it, you just keep pushing your fucking view at every chance.

 

It’s what they do. They put their spin in everything they do.

It appears to me to be to create a climate where their interpretation is the only civilized one and everybody who disagrees is misguided at best and evil at worst (nazi, fascist, racist, homophobe, misogynist, etc.).

But they’re totally not religious zealots.

And everything new is old.
Or something, that made more sense before I wrote it down. Maybe it’ll make more sense later on. Wish us luck.

So the old is new first.

Since we just had some good ole’ hydraulic despotism in the last post, how about we start with some good ole’ indentured servitude.

Little known Veesher Vact, my step-father’s family came over on the Mayflower, as indentured servants. His ancestor has a house at Plymouth Plantation, but he’s never home so Harry hasn’t been able to meet him. I’ll see if I can find out his name.

So the newest, legal, immigrants are coming over as indentured servants .

But for foreign workers, there’s a catch: the employee is tied to the company that sponsors the visa. She cannot switch jobs, quit to found a startup, or indeed leave in protest of lower pay or dissatisfaction without forfeiting her immigration status.

With the added attraction that we ship them home when they piss us off.

That’s all about the American Dream, huh? The new Robber Barons, still in collusion with the gov’t and screwing the little guy but this time it’s for our own good. I can’t wait until Apple starts paying their employees in Applebux that are only good at Whole Foods and Old Navy (not Apple stores).

Lest we forget which end of civilization we are in, recall we brought indentured servants to supplant the Indians (Feather) and now we’re using indentured servant Indians (Dot) to supplant us. There’s a sorta irrational symmetry there, and to make even more endily funny, it’s Mickey freaking Mouse doing it.

I’d put a youtube of his laugh here but Disney attorneys are very good and their bosses are assholes, as we can see from the above. Recall the Palestinian terrorists who were afraid enough of Disney to have some Jews kill off Farfur to avoid Disney’s wrath. If jihadis who think it’s funny to mess with Mossad are afraid of them, I’m going to have to agree.

 

The 30s fad of shirts that were brown appears to be making a comeback.

Al Sharpton is calling for the creation of a national police force.  And it looks like President Obama is considering the option.  While the federal government undoubtedly lacks a “police power” and the concomitant authority to create a national police force, it does have a “spending power,” implied from the Constitution’s enumerated power to levy taxes, and the Supreme Court has upheld the imposition of “strings,” or conditions, on the receipt of federal funds. (links in original V)

Yeah……no.

 

I’ll translate this from Obama’s taskforce on forming his national Polizei force I’m in bold.

1.8.1 ACTION ITEM: The Federal Government should create a Law Enforcement Diversity Initiative designed to help communities diversify law enforcement departments to reflect the demographics of the community. (Discriminatory hiring practices Also known as the We are so going to screw Sheriff Arpaio section)

1.8.2 ACTION ITEM: The department overseeing this initiative should help localities learn best practices for recruitment, training, and outreach to improve the diversity as well as the cultural and linguistic responsiveness of law enforcement agencies.(Intrusive federal gov’t intervention into places they don’t like, this is the Screw conservatives section Also known as the We are so going to screw Sheriff Arpaio section)

1.8.4 ACTION ITEM: Discretionary federal funding for law enforcement programs could be influenced by that department’s efforts to improve their diversity and cultural and linguistic responsiveness.(This is the Use the power of the purse to force compliance section, Also known as the We are so going to screw Sheriff Arpaio section I can only assume they’ll make sure it’s well stocked with Lois Lerner types to ensure the right people get screwed with all slavered over with good, old-fashioned graft and embezzling by gov’t employees)
2.1 RECOMMENDATION: Law enforcement agencies should collaborate with community members to develop policies and strategies in communities and neighborhoods disproportionately affected by crime for deploying resources that aim to reduce crime by improving relationships, greater community engagement, and cooperation. (This is the Money for Al Sharpton/Acorn section Also known as the We are so going to screw Sheriff Arpaio section)

 

2.2  RECOMMENDATION: Law enforcement agencies should have comprehensive policies on the use of force that include training, investigations, prosecutions, data collection, and information sharing. These policies must be clear, concise, and openly available for public inspection.(This is the Intrusive federal gov’t rules section Also known as the We are so going to screw Sheriff Arpaio section with the added attraction of also making sure they have an, I’m sure, totally working web page that will be easily searchable…. did I say that last with a straight face? I’ve been practicing is why I ask)

2.6 RECOMMENDATION: Law enforcement agencies should be encouraged to collect, maintain, and analyze demographic data on all detentions (stops, frisks, searches, summons, and arrests). This data should be disaggregated by school and non-school contacts. (This is the You have to hassle and arrest the right mix of races so look for innocent people of the wrong color being messed with section. Also known as the We are so going to screw Sheriff Arpaio section.  I can’t figure out the “school/non-school” bit and that kinda scares me)

2.7.2 ACTION ITEM: The Federal Government should create a mechanism for investigating complaints and issuing sanctions regarding the inappropriate use of equipment and tactics during mass demonstrations.(This is the Give Al Sharpton a Megaphone and/or selectively use/plant complaints to ensure the right (right) people get screwed with section Also known as the We are so going to screw Sheriff Arpaio section)
7.1 RECOMMENDATION: The President should direct all federal law enforcement agencies to review the recommendations made by the Task Force on 21st Century Policing and, to the extent practicable, to adopt those that can be implemented at the federal level. (This is the ‘Do as I say, not as I do’ section Also known as the We are so going to screw Sheriff Arpaio section)

7.3 RECOMMENDATION: The U.S. Department of Justice should charge its Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office) with assisting the law enforcement field in addressing current and future challenges. (If you had any hope this would not be bad, note that we’ll have the “Justice” Dept., that bastion of fairness, in charge of all this. Also known as the We are so going to screw Sheriff Arpaio section)

 

In case I was too subtle, I’m not real happy about that.

All sheriff’s around the country who think the fact that the people of their county elected them means anything had better understand that they’re about the get Lynched.

 

So old it’s almost new again, digging up the stupidest “dirt” on a conservative

The latest attack on Walker is that he has “up to” $50,000 in credit card debt to — wait for it — Sears.

We don’t know exactly how much because financial disclosures only are made in broad ranges, so it could be as little as $10,000.

Regardless, it’s SEARS!

 

They say the attack has “boomeranged”.

No, it hit its intended target.

The point is not to get him in any trouble, legal or otherwise, it’s so Minitrue can mention this in a litany of supposed “irregularities” in Walker’s past every time they mention him, along with dog-gate, thesis-gate and macaca-gate (I figure they’ll just re-use those, they’re kinda stupid and lazy).

 

In Everything New is Getting Pretty Freaking Old news,

 

Holy Moley, 96% of Americans are bracing for a summer of riots. The new normal that’s pretty darn old already.

You know who is included in that 96%? The people doing the rioting and the Obama admin and the entire Dem political/media industrial complex, who are encouraging it. In other words, count on it.

I’d make sure I sold my property in or near any low-rent area of any big-city now before it gets burned down, blowed up or just drops like an Obama-picked business in value. Especially with the charges against those Baltimore cops. Second degree murder. If convicted, expect cops to go on strike (declared or otherwise), if not, expect every big city to explode.

 

Lebanon Now has an interesting article that’s pretty new with one glaring “getting pretty old” that could undo all the hope the rest of the article brings me.

First, the new,  the headline is “On Our Own”. They realize Obama is a feckless incompetent and their well-being isn’t really all that important to him.

Recently former Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri was in Washington. …held a get-together with Arab journalists, in which he said there was a new Arab attitude to act against Iranian influence in the Middle East.

In Syria, Hariri reportedly said, the establishment of “safe zones,” or the provision of “air cover” to advancing rebels in the north and south of the country was “inevitable.”…

such action in Syria could come regardless of Washington’s position or whether it strikes a nuclear deal with Iran

 

Good, someone has to do it.

Here’s where they start to go wrong

The United States, in order to disengage from the region, wants the Arab states to become more proactive and stop turning toward Washington at every crisis. At the same time, the Arab attitude risks endangering an Obama administration priority, namely the conclusion of a final nuclear deal with Iran that can lead to normalized relations.

Yeah, the US (Obama admin) doesn’t “want” the Arabs to do anything but leave Iran alone.

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That’s not to say that the Arab states can block a nuclear deal if the leaderships in Iran and the United States want one.

You got that right, it’s getting pretty darn old but our freaking Congress can’t stop him, he cares not for you losers, you don’t hate America enough to warrant his respect.

 

And then, the train goes off the tracks… into the quicksand

But it is very much within their capacity to create situations in which the Obama administration will be forced to choose one side over the other,

I’d be careful about that

and there the American president’s principal concern will be to avoid alienating his regional allies.

The problem for Lebanon is another of the things “getting pretty damn old”, Obama’s ally in any region is based on who hates America the most and in the middle east, it’s Iran.

If you live in Lebanon, you might want to make sure you have a few Hezbollah flags lying around.

I’m not sure exactly how more ridiculous it can get out there, but I’m gonna have to assume pretty darn ridiculously scary.

 

So a question.

Would the country be better off with a non-establishment or even just a non-insane POTUS or would we be better off, ultimately, if the race boiled down to Huckabee (Christian socialist) V Bernie Sanders (Marxist Socialist)?

Now that’s a poser, as I do not see a President Walker, Paul or Cruz being able to push back against the establishment pricks in both parties, while President Bush, Clinton or even Graham (tee-hee) would be pushing Forward! comrade.

In other words, even after having Obama let it burn, does America need an even stronger lesson?

You have to admit, the campaign would be hilarious as the media viciously attacks Huckabee for wanting to do the same things, just for a different reasons, as they hide the fact that Sanders self-identifies as a Socialist.

I truly feel this election will be even funnier than 2008 so I have to say, a Sanders V Huckabee race would be about as funny as it gets.

Elections Have Consequences?

Posted: April 24, 2015 by veeshir in GOP Win!, Notes on the Revolution

So my senator hates me, no, not that one, the other one.

I sent him a letter saying I was very upset he had voted for Lynch and against the rule of law, what made it more egregious was the way the previous Attorney General treated AZ, from Fast and Furious (which is still killing) and the recent immigration BS.

So Flake responds with a bunch of idiocies and this line

  I believe that elections have consequences

No, you don’t think that.

The Dems lost an election bigtime and yet, the GOP is doing exactly what the Dems did.

 

The GOP’s contempt for me is only slightly less than their disdain.

IMIO* I don’t see Hillary winning, unless the GOP manages to nominate Jeb Bush of course, but barring that, I just cannot believe that enough people will vote for her even with Minitrue spending months telling us she’s the bee’s knees.

Saying that, I do really like the idea of a Hillary! campaign, just for the Hillarity.

Important, Above The Post (well, near the top of the post anyway) Update!!!!!! via Doug Ross!

hillary D'Oh!

 

Now back to our post already in progress

Via Paco, we see Powerline with some Hillary! campaign posters, most are ‘eh’, but a couple are pretty good.

My fave

hillary logo 2

Of course, Stoaty has been on a roll with thesehillaryannounce

or my fave Stoaty one

hillaryposter

I do wish I was even competent with photoshop, because the pics of her from the 2008 campaign, when she was going against Minitrue’s God-President, are awesome and do not need much to be perfect.

This one isn’t from the campaign, but it goes with the others.

Trailer Park Grandma Hillary

Trailer Park Grandma Hillary

 

This one cracks me up, it was taken through some sort of lens they normally don’t use.

POTUS Of The Damned!

POTUS Of The Damned

 

This one is my very favoritest picture of her, even more than Trailer Park or Vampire Hillary.

She'll Eat Your Soul

Vote for Hillary Or She’ll Eat Your Soul!

This, of course, is the only palatable pic of Hillary.

nataliehillary

 

Why is this post in “Liberal Fascism”? Because every post with Hillary belongs in Liberal Fascism.

* (In My Ignorant Opinion)

In attempting to write about the Michael Brown, Eric Garner, and Tamir Rice incidents, the apparent futility of conservative blogging has once again caused me overwhelming despair.

As it concerns the death-by-cop incidents, the post-factual nature of our political discourse becomes palpable. “Hands up, don’t shoot!” is an utter fabrication, exposed as a lie by overwhelming physical evidence and the preponderance of eye-witness testimony, such that no charges were brought by a grand jury against the officer.

There’s much more room for concern in the Garner and Rice cases, but the public backlash in these three cases seems inversely proportionate to the evidence of police wrongdoing. (How many of you are going to Google “Tamir Rice” now?) But the incident drawing the most ire, the Michael Brown shooting, is the one with the least genuine merit – nil by my reckoning.

Presented with the futility of attempting to dislodge an erroneous belief from the public consciousness, one recalls the many other instances of valiant but Sisyphean work by conservative and libertarian bloggers. Whether it is the exposure of the IRS criminality, or the Gosnell little abortion shop of horrors, or the Jonathan Gruber recordings, nothing seems to stick or matter. Obama’s even back to funding ACORN as health insurance navigators.

I will from time to time find cause to write, but for now I expect the sparseness of my motivation to continue. In a world where facts don’t matter, there’s little reason to discuss facts.