May 15, 2024

Smith and Kafka

Michael Smith

Alvin Bragg's prosecution of President Trump is an example of what we have to look forward to in a postmodernist progressive society. This is so much like the trial Franz Kafka wrote about it is almost as if they took it straight from Kafka's pen.

The progressive postmodernist left following that script (it is an interesting to note that Kafka's "The Trial" is titled "Der Process" - the process - in the original German).

In Kafka's story, Josef K., the defendant, never knew what specific crime he committed - funny that we still don't know what Trump is really charged with or what the prosecution is trying to prove because I have heard at least a dozen different theories out of the mouths of the prosecution and their witnesses.

Josef K., was a man arrested and prosecuted by a remote, inaccessible authority, and he struggled to defend himself despite an impenetrable bureaucracy and corrupt, incompetent officials.

In the end, Josef K. was killed and the nature of his crime was never revealed to him.

As many, including myself, have said, any fair and impartial judge would have already thrown Bragg's case out - for that matter, any reasonable, fair system of justice would never have allowed it to start.

In point of fact, there is a real chance both of Jack Smith's cases get harpooned. Based on my reading of the law, and I am no lawyer but I can read and comprehend words, Smith was appointed illegally - Merrick Garland does not have the power to appoint a private citizen an "officer" of the government.

For Smith to be legal, he would need Congressional approval. It is going to be interesting because if the ruling of Judge Cannon's court is that he is not duly appointed, then Judge Chutkan will have to hold another hearing and if she says he is, this will go directly to the Supreme Court - and SCOTUS has already ruled on a very similar situation (in 2018) and decided it can't be done the way Garland did it.

This is all wrong. Every bit of it. They wanted to get Trump before the election so bad, they started skipping steps and I think people are beginning to notice. There was a poll released yesterday that noted if Trump was convicted in the "hush money' trial, his approval numbers would skyrocket.

At least they kept Trump off the campaign trail for a month - but even that seems to have backfired.

They are trying to keep it going - CNN is back to doing dramatic readings of the trial transcripts and breathlessly trying to rehabilitate and prop up Michael Cohen, a man who admits to lying to the DOJ, to Congress, and to various judges.

We'll have to see, but this is certainly shaping up to be one of the biggest "Never mind" moments in the history of the American media.

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It's Great Fun...Being an Illegal Alien!

Beverly McCaul Goff

This is what illegals get, what are citizens receiving? The bill!

ILLEGAL INVASION NEWS Migrants in NY admit to reporter they are receiving everyone's tax dollars on a regular basis... | Kristy Tallman | NewsBreak Original
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Do Not Forget

Diane M. Kimura

All the evidence and hearings, and no one is facing indictments.

We now know why the Trump campaign was denied to forensically examine the Dominion voting machines in the Nov 3, 2020 election,

https://www.bitchute.com/video/7bovVZo1WZnM/

"Two Clark County technical employees came forward completely independent of each other and explained that they discovered that the number of votes recorded by Dominion voting machines stored on USB drives would change between the time the polls were closed at night and when they were reopened the next morning.”

"We have video tape of Jackie Amos inserting thumb drives into machines”

"I personally observed USB cards uploaded to machines 24 times, as of today 47 USB cards are missing and no where to be found”

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May 14, 2024

Apologies for Light Blogging

TimothyBirdnow

Sorry folks; I've been really busy and had no time. I'll be back tomorrow - I promise.

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May 12, 2024

Conspiracy Theory?

Timothy Birdnow

This is interesting. It's from Dr. Robert Malone and is about HAARP, the ongoing weather control experiments and, well, see for yourself:

Robert W Malone

When do conspiracy theories become reality?
The following text is from the subscription AI program (Perplexity) that I use for general searches.
"On May 10th, 2024, HAARP conducted experiments to artificially create aurora-like glows or "airglow" in the ionosphere by exciting electrons with high-frequency radio waves. The "Making the Invisible Visible" experiment tested if hot electrons produced by HAARP's radio transmissions could generate an aurora-like phenomenon called STEVE (Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement)."
No words...
May be an image of harp and text

Here are the sources that the AI used to generate the above answer to my query.
May be an image of text

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SS Won't Protect GOP Convention Properly

Timothy Birdnow

The SS - that stands for Secret Service - won't move the security perimeter for the Republican convention to a reasonable distance so protesters can abuse people going there.

Pajamas Media tells us that the "free speech zone is a scant quarter of a mile from the event, while the Democrats enjoy a full three mile zone. And the GOP convention goers will have to walk right through the protest zone in Pere Lafayette Park.

The SS refused to move it.

More election tampering, in my opinion. They want an incident with Trump.

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Why the Reagan Israeli Aid hold is not like Biden's

Timothy Birdnow

The lastest talking point to defend Joe "Ever Sound Retreat" Biden is that Reagan withheld military aid in 1982 to Israel too. That sound good but if you analyze it more closely these are two very different situations.

For one thing Israel was going after terrorists in a fully sovereigh state - Lebanon. This is quite different than invading a country they already control and to whom they supply water and gas and electricity. Had Israel been attacking Gaza as they are today Reagan would have never done that.

Second, President Ronald Reagan imposed a six-year ban on cluster weapons sales to Israel, not other weapons. That was done because cluster bombs are notoriously injurious to civilians.

And it should be pointed out that the weapons in question were for SALE, not freebies being handed out. Biden has broken the law by stopping the delivery of bombs already purchased by the U.S. Congress. Reagan merely stopped the sale of some weapons.

Also, Reagan did not attach the strings Mr. Biden has, demanding a full pullout and a detailed "peace plan" aka a surrender.

The reality is Joe Biden is doing to Israel what Democrats impeached Trump for threatening to do to Ukraine. The Impoundment Control Act of 1974 Made it illegal for a President to use the money earmarked by Congress for it's intended purpose. Biden had no right to hold these funds, as they were duly passed in a budget-busting aid bill.

You may remember Donald Trump threatened to hold funds if the Ukrainian government did not resume it's investigation of Hunter Biden's associates. The Democrats impeached him for it.

Here are a few headlines from the Trump era:

Trump administration violated the law by withholding Ukraine aid ... www.nbcnews.com › politics › trump-impeachment-inquiry › ukraine-aid-...

Trump Committed Crimes in His Ukraine Shakedown www.americanprogress.org › article › trump-committed-crimes-ukraine-sh...

Trump Administration Broke the Law By Withholding Ukraine Aid ... www.newsweek.com › Politics › Ukraine › Donald Trump › Impeachment

I could go on but you get the point. It's o.k. for Biden to do it but bot Trump.

And if Reagan could do it? They now defend Biden using Reagan but ignore Trump.

"Faithful execution of the law does not permit the President to substitute his own policy priorities for those that Congress has enacted into law,” the Government Accountability Office (GAO) concluded, referring to the fact that Congress had already voted to appropriate the funds.

So where is the GAO now? Why the silence on Biden?

Where is Nancy Peloi? She said of Trump:

"The OMB, the White House, the administration broke – I’m saying this – broke the law.”

Joe Biden called for Trump's impeachment for this.
https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/biden-calls-trump-s-impeachment-trump-immediately-responds-n1064326

It is simply astonishing the double standard employed.

Also, Barack Obama threatened to withhold a billion dollars in aid to Ukraine for the same reason Trump did.

At any rate, the two situations are not really analogous.

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Whore and Proud!

Warner Todd Huston

Why Stormy Daniels Isn’t Getting the Monica Lewinsky Treatment

"So far, none of the familiar sexist insults have seemed to stick."

It is disingenuous nonsense like this that show what a garbage site Politico really is. The REASON Stormy Daniels does not get the treatment others have is because the media won't attack her because she is trying to destroy Donald Trump.


Why Stormy Daniels Isn’t Getting the Monica Lewinsky Treatment
politico.com


Tim adds:

Then too how do you insult a porn star? Lewinsky was trying to be a respectable person; Daniels is proud of being a whore.

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Why Not Everyone Else?

Diane Kimura

Why Muslims in Gaza and not the Uyghurs in China? Or what about the victims of any of the ongoing genocides around the world?

The long march through the institutions has reached a familiar target: the Jews.

Why is anti-Semitism ok? Imagine if the protesters targeted the Chinese for committing decades of atrocities against the Uyghurs? There are several ongoing genocides and mass killings around the world:

1. Genocide of Rohingya in Myanmar (since 2017): Over 24,000 Rohingya were killed and more than 18,000 Rohingya women and girls were raped by Myanmar's security forces in the first month of the 2017 crackdown alone.

2. Genocide in Darfur, Sudan (2003-present)* *: At least 300,000 deaths since 2003 when the government-spon sored militias, the Janjaweed have conducted a calculated campaign of slaughter, rape, starvation and displacement in Darfur. It is estimated that 400,000 people have died due to violence, starvation and disease.

3. Persecution of ethnic and religious minorities by the Taliban in Afghanistan (since 2021): Growing restrictions on targeted groups within the country put civilians at great risk.

The Taliban are persecuting and committing other egregious human rights violations against ethnic and religious minorities, women and girls, and perceived opposition groups since the disastrous US withdrawal and abdicating control of Afghanistan in August 2021.

4. Persecution of Hazara and other minorities by ISIS-K in Afghanistan (ongoing): ISIS-K, an Islamic State affiliate, have systematically targeted ethnic and religious minorities, particularly the Hazara community.

At the core of the protesters is hate. There is no support for the hostages of Hamas or outrage at the brutality of the attacks upon a civilian population. They selectively ignore victims of brutal regimes and the virtue signaling feminists choose to ignore the plight and mass rape of women and children around the world.

* Footnote: Anyone shocked by the clarity of the post-institutio nalized Fetterman?

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May 11, 2024

Hindering Musk

Timothy Birdnow

They keep going after Musk. Now they are doing "environmental impact studies" over SpaceX launches.

The government will never forgive Musk for reforming Twitter.

While this is because NASA is leasing Cape Canaveral to Musk, I am certain they will pick at him over this as much as possible. The study will take at least 18 months. That's 18 months without America having a lunch vehicle.

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War and Rememberance (We Remember Those Places!)

Timothy Birdnow

Germany is considering reinstating universal conscription for all 18 year olds in what is clearly a major provocation to the Russians.

FTA:

Germany is considering introducing conscription for all 18-year-olds, as it looks to boost its troop numbers in the face of Russian military aggression.

Military planners in Berlin are in the final stages of discussing three options, two of which involve a form of conscription, according to leaked plans reported in the German media.

Defence Minister Boris Pistorius is set to go public with the official plans by June.

In one of the options being discussed, Germany would bring back a compulsory military year for young men once they turn 18, which was suspended in 2011, and apply it to women as well. This would require a change to the German constitution, but is seen inside the ministry as most likely to receive societal approval.

Another option would only apply to 18-year-old men, but would not see everyone selected. They would be required to fill in an online form and could then be chosen for service, according to details leaked to Die Welt newspaper. This is seen by the defence ministry as "a strong signal” to both allies and rivals.

The third option would avoid compulsory service, focusing instead on "optimising” the current system by engaging in more proactive recruitment campaigns.

However, Mr Pistorious is believed to be against that route. During a trip to Washington this week, he said: "I’m convinced that Germany needs a form of military conscription.”

[...]

Meanwhile, Berlin has also set a target of raising the size of its armed forces from some 180,000 today to more than 200,000.

The defence ministry is believed to be sceptical that this target can be met without some form of conscription.

Call it what you will but Germany is clearly (and perhaps wisely) preparing for this Ukraine thing to spiral out of control.

But it is also a major provocation as the Russians have been invaded several times by Germany over the centuries and this will undoubtedly lead them to take steps to counter a new German threat. That means more nukes aimed at Germany and Poland.

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None Dare Call it Fraud

Timothy Birdnow

The war by the deniers on the fraud enlightened continues.

Rudy  Giulliani just lost his radio show for daring to discuss fraud in the 2020 election.

If there was nothing to see there why not let Jules talk and prove it?

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Biden using Taxpayer Funds to Steal the Next Election

Timothy Birdnow

Biden has been colluding with Leftist groups to steal the upcoming election via fraud.

This stems from a Biden Exectuve Order that was ostensibly intended to fund voter turnout drives and fight what he deemed "misinformation". But he's been colluding with leftist groups to cheat.

Yet another article of impeachment for Republicans to put forward.

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Biden to Sue Iowa for Upholding Federal Law

Timothy Birdnow

So, Joe Biden says he can't enforce the border because he doesn't have enough money, and he's demonizing Republicans for voting against the so-called "bipartisan bill" that would give him tons of money for processing illegal aliens. One of the big problems, he says, is that he doesn't have "the tools" to do his job.

So why is he suing in court to block Iowa from doing the job for him?

If it were a matter of resources as he claims he would welcome help from the states. But instead he's wasting money and time to stop a state from doing the work Joe Biden Just Won't Do.

From the Epoch Times article:

The Department of Justice (DOJ) filed the lawsuit at a court in Des Moines, Iowa, on May 9, seeking to challenge Senate File 2340 under provisions of the U.S. Constitution that assign the federal government the authority to regulate immigration and manage border-related matters.

"Iowa cannot disregard the U.S. Constitution and settled Supreme Court precedent,” Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Brian Boynton, head of the Justice Department’s Civil Division, said in a statement. "We have brought this action to ensure that Iowa adheres to the framework adopted by Congress and the Constitution for regulation of immigration.”
Iowa’s law, which was signed by Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds on April 10, would make it a crime for someone to be in Iowa if they have outstanding deportation orders, or if they had been denied admission to Iowa, or if they had previously been deported from the United States.

When Ms. Reynolds signed the bill, she said the law—slated to take effect on July 1—was prompted by the Biden administration’s alleged failure to enforce immigration laws.

"The Biden Administration has failed to enforce our nation’s immigration laws, putting the protection and safety of Iowans at risk,” Ms. Reynolds said at the time. "Those who come into our country illegally have broken the law, yet Biden refuses to deport them.”

So Biden won't enforce the law and he'll fight tooth-and-nail to stop someone else from enforcing it too.

Why, it's almost as if he WANTS hordes of illegal aliens coming in!

Congress controls immigration, not the President. Laws passed by CONGRESS are supposed to be obeyed. Mr. Biden has taken it upon himself to waive those laws. He has written a new immigration law.

Yet here he is imposing his new law on the individual states, which have an absolute right to enforce laws duly passed by Congress. Also, the Constitution makes it quite plain that the states may defend themselves as they sit fit in times of invasion, which is clearly what is happening here. And don't get me started on the Tenth Amendment which says all powers not EXPRESSLY granted to the United States are reserved to the states or the People. Control of illegal aliens into the heartland is not a power expressly and solely granted to the United States.

That Joe Biden would push this despite the fact immigration is killing him at the polls shows someone else is making American policy, someone not accountable to the electorate.

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They're Baaack!

Timothy Birdnow

Despite it being unconstitutional and despite having been caught and slapped for it, Joe Biden is once again working with big tech to censor free speech.

Yes,just in time for the upcoming elections, Biden and big tech are "partnering" to bring you "accurate" news and suppress "misinformation".

All determined by the Biden Administration, of course.

Mark Warner of the Senate Intelligence Committee warned of the Devil's plot by Biden, who had briefly stopped after a court ruled against him last July in Missouri V. Biden.

This is just another article of impeachment that must be addressed - even if Biden loses, he can be impeached and have his pension held.

The FBI Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has restarted talks with social media outlets to censor conservatives.

I know they have done it too; most of my own posts get almost no feedback now, and most of my friends complain about it too.We are being suppressed.

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The Empire Strikes

Timothy Birdnow

I've long warned about the collapse of American agriculture and how it is a tool for the collectivization of the U.S.

When Japan first modernized they did not do what so many other Third World nations did; they didn't concentrate on industry and military technology, but first emphasized modernizing their farming. Their theory was that they first needed to be able to feed everyone and not have to buy food from overseas. It worked; Japan became a world power and within a few years defeated the Russians in the Russo-Japanese war, the first time a non-western nation defeated a modern Western country.

I've also argued that the internationalists have sought to impose a hydraulic empire, which is a condition where the state owns and controls all the water, or in the modern incarnation the energy also. In this situation they want to control the production and distribution of food. The family farm must go in favor of a factory farm controlled and regulated by government. Then food becomes a luxury afforded to friends of the state and enemies of the state wind up starving. That was how the classic hydraulic empire worked; they cut off water to rebellious provinces and the folks there starved as their crops died. It worked that way in China and in Egypt.

Hydraulic empires never have revolutions; the ruling class remains in power unless overthrown by others in the ruling class OR by an outside power. But the leviathan in the Western World, the New World Order types, have labored to put the whole world under their system. There will likely be no foreign intervention.

There has been a long term war against American agriculture. (American farmers feed not just the nation but the whole world, I might add.) Endless regulations, ever tightening financial problems and lack of loans, inflation, high gas prices, etc. have all gone towards squeezing the small farmer out (as Stalin did to the Kulaks in Ukraine.) If we lose the small farmer the government will own and control all food - and then they own us.

Well, it's starting to happen:

US agriculture in deep decline as incomes collapse for farmers, equipment manufacturers
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If the family farm dies they will be feeding us bugs and lawn weeds and we will own nothing and be happy, or so they will force us to say.

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Civilizations Negative Feedback Loop

Boris Osipian

Famous French thinker and enlightenment N. S. Schamphor on the brief history of all mankind is quite pessimistic, though not without good grounds, noted the following: "Natural disasters and all the perversities that mankind has endured have forced people to create society. Society has multiplied the misfortunes that nature condemned them. The imperfection of society created the need to create the state, and the state aggravated the vices of society. That's the whole story of humanity. ... Society, rather, the so-called light, is nothing but a battle arena of many petty and contradictory interests, an eternal clash of vain claims that clash, fight, injure and humiliate each other, paying for yesterday's victory with the bitterness of today's defeat. About the one who prefers to live in private and stays away from this disgusting dump, ... they say that he is nothing, that he does not live, but yawns. Poor humanity ! " .
Translated from Russian

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Government Economics

Diane Kimura

Economics 101

1) the government does not make or produce a single product. Only businesses make things.

2) the government's sole monetary function is to take money from taxpayers, print money and redistribute that same money.

3) money taken from taxpayers in the form of taxes is simply and only a redistribution function and produces zero, nothing, nada. See #1 above.

The issue is that the government spends too much money not that taxpayers pay too little tax.

One amendment to #2 and #3: politicians use these functions to enhance their chances of being reelected. (Term limits may be the best way to reign in government spending.)

Lastly, think about what functions only the government can perform or provide versus what functions people can provide on their own.

Once you come up with a list, my guess is you'll understand why the government is bloated. For example, it's unlikely that any person can provide a military.

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A Tale of Two Shots

Beverly McCaul Goff

What was in the vaccine for Pfizer employees and elites that was different from the shots distributed across the world?!! What did they know about the shots that they didn’t want the unwashed masses to know about!

Pfizer Whistleblower Leaks Email Showing Company Provided 'Separate' Covid Shots for Employees - Slay News
slaynews.com

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