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Tuesday, March 7, 2017

About The Past Few Days...

Video posted by ZipADee in the comment thread to this blog post at Adrienne's Corner:

Related reading #1:The Flight 93 Election (dated September 5, 2016). Excerpt:
2016 is the Flight 93 election: charge the cockpit or you die. You may die anyway. You—or the leader of your party—may make it into the cockpit and not know how to fly or land the plane. There are no guarantees.

Except one: if you don’t try, death is certain. To compound the metaphor: a Hillary Clinton presidency is Russian Roulette with a semi-auto. With Trump, at least you can spin the cylinder and take your chances.
Read the rest HERE. Read it now.

Related reading #2: The Destroyer of Worlds (dated March 6, 2017). Excerpt:
...Both parties wanted to see Clinton win. The Republicans, at least the leadership, liked the setup under Obama. They got to pose as rock-ribbed conservatives fighting Obama, without ever having to do anything. Democrats liked that Obama was just issuing executive orders and bypassing the parliamentary process. The Washington ecosystem was at equilibrium as long as everyone on both sides played their part.


A long time ago I pointed out that Trump was The Mule, the character from the Asimov novels. Trump is the destroyer of worlds, not because he has some grand vision of the future and wants to plow under the existing order to make room for his utopia. He is the destroyer because the old order can only exist if Trump does not exist. His rise to the White House is the nullification of the established order. It’s why Washington is going for total war to destroy him. They see it is a matter of survival.

It’s probably too late. The Mule has arrived.
Read the rest HERE. Read it now.


  1. Interesting (from Instapundit:

    CHANGE: Democratic Sen. Chris Coons backtracks on Trump campaign-Russia claim.

    Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., on Sunday said he was not aware of any collusion between President Trump’s campaign and Russian officials to rig the election despite saying days earlier that there were “transcripts” of such activity.

    “I have no hard evidence of collusion,” Coons told Fox News host Chris Wallace. “To the extent those comments that you just replayed might in some way be misinterpreted as leading to a hyperventilating attitude here in the Senate about this, I apologize for that.”

    Hypothesis: The spying-on-Trump thing is worse than we even imagine, and once it was clear Hillary had lost and it would inevitably come out, the Trump/Russia collusion talking point was created as a distraction. Now it’s being rowed back because the talk of “transcripts” supports the spying-on-Trump storyline.

    Will we ever know? Maybe, if there’s a proper investigation into Obama Administration political spying.

    Meanwhile, the rumors being floated about Trump are being retracted, and once everyone from Comey to Clapper has denied that he was ever under investigation, future “leaks” will come pre-discredited.

    1. When I see the words Chris Coons I know there is nothing there since he's one gutless slave to the whims of his master Joe Biden.

      If you want to see the type of man Joe Biden is just look up one of the "Creepy Joe Biden" references on You Tube.

      Here's one with Chris Coons and family:


      Any man that stands by and watches his daughter being mauled by an apparent pedophile in front of her mother must have some serious skeletons in his closet.

  2. Did you see where Ben Carson claimed African slaves were rounded up and brought to America to dream about freedom?

    "No massa no I's don't wanna dteam about freedom! Please don't beat me into thinking about freedom!"

    What a dumbass.

    1. They certainly didn't have freedom once rounded up as slaves for the New World.

      But many who were rounded up in Africa didn't have freedom there, either.

      Carson's statement about dreaming of freedom is probably a reach, but it could well be that some saw the dream of freedom for the first time. See information about Phyllis Wheatley.

    2. Spelling error. Make that Phillis Wheatley.

      Yes, probably the exception to the rule. On the other hand, there may have been more like her, more who could not express their dreams because of illiteracy.

    3. From Phillis Wheatley's poem "On being brought from Africa to America":

      Twas mercy brought me from my Pagan land,
      Taught my benighted soul to understand
      That there's a God, that there's a Saviour too:
      Once I redemption neither sought nor knew.
      Some view our sable race with scornful eye,
      "Their colour is a diabolic dye."
      Remember, Christians, Negroes, black as Cain,
      May be refin'd, and join th' angelic train.

      Not all of Wheatley's poems praised slavery in that manner.

      Phillis Wheatley was the first black poet in America to publish a book and published a number of broadsides elegizing prominent English and colonial leaders, but I'm not sure she is widely known today.

  3. No, the Mule hasn't arrived. The "decline of empire" has arrived. The only question now is whether the decline will last 30,000 years as Obama/Hillary desired, or only 1,000 years, as DJT desires.

  4. Speaking of clearing out the scum:

    When Andrew Breitbart died in March of 2012, like most people I simply accepted him as another casualty in the ongoing war. But now something more relevant to the current political situation has appeared concerning Andrew Breitbart. It's his undercovering of the apparent pedophile network in Washington and specifically referring to John Podesta.

    Here's a link to an old tweet from February 2011 on this subject from Breitbart.


    As I recall sometime in the past a guest on a radio interview program, whom I won't name here, asserted that Breitbart should be put in a bodybag. That's where Andrew Breitbart ultimately ended up.

    Can any conclusions be drawn here? Strictly coincidence? Murder? Heart attack? Just another "conspiracy theory"?

    I don't have the answers but it's creepy and does involve touching upon another unspeakable subject—Washing political pedophiles.

    1. *Washington political pedophiles".*

    2. Waylon,
      Definitely creepy!

      Independent of what you mentioned and independent of the matter of John Podesta, I have learned something which appears to support the existence of several rings of Washington political pedophiles.

      As I recall sometime in the past a guest on a radio interview program, whom I won't name here, asserted that Breitbart should be put in a bodybag. I know exactly what you recall. That particular interviewee appeared to be expressing his heartfelt wish regarding Andrew Breitbart.

    3. It now seems that Breitbart was onto this pedophilia in 2011, including his identifying John Podesta. Another "circles within circles" mystery. And what a strange reaction, over the top, really from that interviewee.

    4. Here's the pedophilia trail, Waylon

      Infowars is also big on this.
      I don't regret my hyperbole. Andrew Breitfart did as much as anyone to pollute the media in America and to wish his little enterprise destroyed was an act of patriotism.

      Meanwhile, Warren will enjoy this one.
      "But when asked how much Obama was involved, Levin replied, “I’m not Nostradamus here, I just think that we ought to find out.”"

      It's really quite skilled. Get one of the many hate media stooges (Rush, levin, Hannity, O'Reilly etc.) to make an unsubstantiated claim and then drop it when attention has been diverted from the real question of President happy Hands being involved with Russian money launderers and oligarchs.

      So the noise machine drowns out coverage of the Affordable Care Act replacement and its repercussions.
      Regulations such as auto industry mileage standards are being repealed with no media debate ...

      And what are you concerned about? An old Breitfart piece of agitprop.
      And you call the left indoctrinated. Very sad.

    5. Richard Goodman said

      How could the very source of political pollution be polluted by any outside influence?

      Washington is a beautiful whited sepulcher filled with rotting corpses and tons of excrement.

      The offal that fills the Tidal Basin and pollutes the Potomac is the thing that keeps the cherry trees blooming so beautifully.

      Gleaming white marble monuments, stately Greek Revival buildings and delicate pink cherry blossoms mask everything but the foul odor from this The Nation's Septic Tank.

      Andrew Breitbart was to Washington, DC what Chlorine Bleach is to Mildew and Fungal Infections.

      I will never be convinced that Andrew Breitbart was not murdered, just as I believe Antonin Scalia was murdered. The families of these two obvious victims of diabolical treachery may vehemently deny this, but the timing in both cases makes denial seem preposterous.

      Vince Foster too was murdered as were Ronn Brown, JKF and Mary Jo Kopechne.

      The fiends working feverishly night and day to destroy the United States of America are SATAN'S OWN. Their wickedness is unimaginable to the few normal people we have left.

    6. There's nothing wrong with pursuing the truth, Ducky. But if you think there's some money laundering going on today between Russia and America, I'd say you missed that train. The communist revolution required money and it came from America in 1917. Today it's small potatoes. Then in the twenties and thirties a big slug of American technology was covertly sent there by Roosevelt and his comrades, maybe even plate to print U.S. currency.

    7. I think you're right, Richard.

    8. Waylon,
      And what a strange reaction, over the top, really from that interviewee.

      The Left's abject hatred for the Right!

  5. It's been a long time since I read The Mule bit.... I guess the '70's, anyway, the link was a great read and enjoyed the comments just as much.


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