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PostPosted: Tue Mar 08, 2016 12:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is what the 'West' should be concerned about.

“That's the way the ruling class operates in any society. They keep the lower and the middle classes fighting with each other… Anything different—that's what they're gonna talk about—race, religion, ethnic and national background, jobs, income, education, social status, sexuality, anything they can do to keep us fighting with each other, so that they can keep going to the bank!”Comedian George Carlin

“We the people” have been utterly and completely betrayed.

The politicians “we the people” most trusted to look out for our best interests, protect our rights, and ensure that the nation does not slip into tyranny have cheated on us, lied to us, swindled us, deceived us, double-crossed us, and sold us to the highest bidder.

Time and again, they have shown in word and deed that their priorities lay elsewhere, that they care nothing about our plight, that they owe us no allegiance, that they are motivated by power and money rather than principle, that they are deaf to our entreaties, that they are part of an elite ruling class that views us as mere cattle, that their partisan bickering is part of an elaborate ruse to keep us divided and distracted, and that their oaths of office to uphold the Constitution mean nothing.

Incredibly, even in the face of their treachery and lies, the great majority of Americans persist in believing that the politicians have the people’s best interests at heart.

Despite the fact that we’ve been burned before, most Americans continue to allow themselves to be bamboozled into casting their votes for one candidate or another, believing that this time they mean what they say, this time they really care about the citizenry, this time will be different.

Of course, they rarely ever mean what they say, they care about their constituents only to the extent that it advances their political careers, and it never turns out differently. We are as easily discarded the day after the elections as we were wantonly wooed in the months leading up to the big day. Those same politicians who were once so eager to pose for our pictures, smile at our jokes, and glad-hand us for our votes will, upon being elected, retreat behind a massive, impenetrable wall that ensures we are not seen or heard from again—at least, until the next election.

The joke is on us.

As I point out in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, all of the caucuses, primaries, nominating conventions, town hall meetings, rallies, meet and greets, delegates and super-delegates are sophisticated schemes aimed at advancing the illusion of participation culminating in the reassurance ritual of voting.

It’s not about Red Republicans or Blue Democrats. It’s about Green Donors—i.e, those with money who can afford to pay for access.

Votes might elect politicians, but as a 2014 field experiment by political scientists at Yale University and the University of California, Berkeley, makes clear, it’s money that talks.

The experiment went something like this: members of Congress were contacted by constituents requesting meetings about pending public policy issues. As the Washington Post reports, “When the attendees were revealed to be ‘local campaign donors,’ they often gained access to Members of Congress, Legislative Directors, and Chiefs of Staff. But when the attendees were described as only ‘local constituents,’ they almost never gained this level of access.”

Conclusion: money buys access to politicians who are otherwise deaf, dumb and blind to the entreaties of their constituents.

It works the same with every politician and every party.

Indeed, the First Amendment’s assurance of a right to petition the government for a redress of grievances has become predicated on how much money you’re willing to shell out in order to gain access to your elected and appointed officials.

Then again, money has always played a starring role in American politics.

The spoils system reared its greedy head under Andrew Jackson, who traded jobs in his administration in exchange for campaign contributions. For $1 million, donors could take part in Warren Harding’s poker parties and enjoy a sleepover at the White House. Lyndon Johnson had a President’s Club that cost donors $1000 a year. Nixon was prepared to sell ambassadorships for $250,000. And Bill Clinton famously allowed top-dollar donors to spend a night in the Lincoln Bedroom at the White House in exchange for roughly $5.4 million in donations to the Democratic National Committee.

Fast forward to the present day, and a $500,000 donation might get you invited to a quarterly meeting with Barack Obama. For a mere $5,000 donation, lobbyists are being given exclusive invitations to join Congressmen and senators for weekend getaways that include wine tastings, fly fishing, skiing, golfing, hunting, spas, seaside cocktail parties and more.

If you’re just a lowly citizen with limited cash, however, you’re out of luck.

Try contacting your so-called representatives without paying for the privilege, and see how far that gets you. I can assure you that you won’t be given the kinds of access that lobbyists, special interest groups and top donors enjoy.

Having been saddled with a pay-to-play system that provides access only to those with enough cash to grease the wheels of the political machine, average Americans have little to no say in the workings of their government and even less access to their so-called representatives.

Donald Trump, as he has boasted, might be able to buy and sell politicians of all stripes (including Hillary Clinton), but the average American would be hard-pressed to get the kind of access enjoyed by corporate executives, lobbyists and other members of the moneyed elite.

Indeed, members of Congress have to work hard to keep their constituents at a distance—minimizing town-hall meetings, making minimal public appearances while at home in their districts, only appearing at events in controlled settings where they’re the only ones talking, and if they must interact with constituents, doing so via telephone town meetings or impromptu visits to local businesses where the chances of being accosted by angry voters are greatly minimized.

And under the Trespass Bill, passed by Congress in 2012 and signed into law by President Obama, if you dare to exercise your First Amendment right to speak freely to a politician, assemble in public near a politician, or petition a government official for a redress of grievances, you risk a fine or a lengthy stay in prison.

Talk about self-serving.

Under the guise of protecting government officials from physical attacks, the Trespass Bill, a.k.a. “the Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act,” criminalizes First Amendment activity by making it a federal offense, punishable by up to 10 years in prison, to protest anywhere the Secret Service might be guarding someone.

Mind you, the Secret Service not only protects the president but all past sitting presidents, members of Congress, foreign dignitaries, presidential candidates, and anyone whom the president determines needs protection, but is also in charge of securing National Special Security Events, which include events such as the G8 and NATO summits, the National Conventions of both major parties, and even the Super Bowl.

The law essentially creates a roving bubble zone where the First Amendment is effectively off-limits, thereby putting an end to free speech, political protest and the right to peaceably assemble in all areas where government officials happen to be present. Thus, simply walking by one of these events could make you subject to arrest.

“What that means in practice,” as The Intercept rightly points out, “is that campaign rallies for Donald Trump, who was granted Secret Service protection in November, and Hillary Clinton, who will be guarded for life as a former first lady, are the very opposite of free speech zones under federal law. (The restrictions also apply to all appearances by former presidents and first ladies, as well as those of two other candidates, Bernie Sanders and Ben Carson, who are currently protected by the service.)”

Consider yourself warned: If you do dare to show up to a Trump or Clinton rally and even appear to be the kind of person who might engage in any kind of protest, lawful or otherwise, you could find yourself quickly dispatched to a “free speech zone” out of sight and sound of the candidates. (“Free speech zones” are government-sanctioned areas located far away from government officials, into which activists and citizens are herded at political rallies and events.) In fact, that’s exactly what happened to a group of black students at a recent Trump rally in Georgia. They were escorted by police to “‘free speech zones’ in a field shielded from the venue by a set of tennis courts, or outside a church about a quarter of a mile away.”

The message is clear: in an age of robber barons, “we the people” are expected to just shut up and vote.

The powers-that-be want us to be censored, silenced, muzzled, gagged, zoned out, caged in and shut down. They want our speech and activities monitored for any sign of “extremist” activity. They want us to be estranged from each other and kept at a distance from those who are supposed to represent us. They want taxation without representation. They want a government without the consent of the governed.

They want the police state.

The system has been so corrupted and compromised that there are few left in the halls of government who hear or speak for us.

Congress does not represent us. The courts do not advocate for us. The president does not listen to us. And the First Amendment’s assurance of the right to speak freely and petition our government for a redress of grievance no longer applies to us.

So if representative government has become an exercise in futility, where does that leave us?

One of the key ingredients in maintaining democratic government is the right of citizens to freely speak their minds to those who represent them. In fact, it is one of the few effective tools we have left to combat government corruption and demand accountability.

If there is to be any hope of righting the wrongs that are being perpetrated against the American people, we must make them—our elected officials—hear us.

But where to begin?

Start by opening up a dialogue within your own community about what’s wrong with this country. Stop focusing on the issues that divide, and find common ground with your fellow citizens about issues on which you can agree. Focus less on politics and more on principles. Stop buying into the false and divisive narratives that are being promulgated by political windbags and start thinking and speaking for yourselves.

Once you’ve found that common ground, whatever it might be, make enough noise at the local level—at your city council meetings, in your local paper, at your school board meetings, in front of your courthouses and police stations—and the message will trickle up. Those in power may not like what they hear, but they will hear you.

Remember, there is power in numbers.

There are 319 million of us in this country. Imagine what we could accomplish if we actually worked together, presented a united front, and spoke with one voice?

The police state wouldn’t stand a chance.

Source: https://www.rutherford.org/publications_resources/john_whiteheads_commentary/just_shut_up_and_vote_the_futility_of_representative_government_in_an_

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 20, 2016 8:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's a multi pronged attack which is occurring from the wanton destruction of homogeneity as has been admitted by these academic and political elites.

It is the financial destruction which they have wrought upon the populous, it is the deliberate dumbing down of people, it is the deliberate and untempered policy of throwing in many cultures to then sit back and watch the fireworks be lit. Leftists like George Carlin, and by the way I think the guy was insightful and funny as fuck at times, but they view the world in the sense of "we are all the same" but we are not all the same. I am never going to convince someone who believes fervently that murdering someone because they are gay is the antithesis of evil. I am never going to be able to convince someone who condones the stoning death of an adulterer is fucked, or that those that don't pray x amount of times a day should be punished or any of the other fucked up beliefs.

More so, the culture of so many countries is that it's fine to have sex with children, well that is fucked up, yet, somehow people like George believes that we should compromise or just respect that we are different, but the reality is if you don't stand for something, then already you have enslaved your mind to the latest whims of the dictators of policy.

it is the deliberate discrimination, the deliberate demonisation like "the oscars is too white", or "there needs to be more diversity". It is the self evident and unrelenting attack on the health and mental well being of people, is the destruction of heritage, it is the social breakdown, it is the brainwashing of generation after generation, it is the mindless memes, the cliches, the instilling of "guilt" for which "we" have a responsibility to oversee being put right.

So, the souless psychopathic devils and their underlings give not a shit about the existing population, can't and won't help them but yet......."have an obligation to provide care and support for untold millions arriving".

How are millions of desperately poor people able to travel thousands of miles? The cost of such a journey is damn high and given that there are tens of millions of brits even without even a penny to their name, isn't it "odd" that they can achieve a feat which the supposedly richer brits couldn't.

Gee, I wonder if there might be a conspiracy in there?

Everyone is being attacked SP I agree, and there are terrible consequences, but this is deliberate, it is systematic, for whatever reason they have decided the time has come to burn the west to the ground and leave a barren waste land in it's place.

As an another example of that, Turkey which has a very significant proportion of hardline wack jobs is now freely able to allow all of it's population to move anywhere into Europe it likes.

So, when I spoke about an Islamic takeover, it has nothing to do with a disliking of muslims on a personal level. I have met some really cool, nice people who are muslims, but I would say are more so secular muslims. As you know a "real muslim" considers these people to be hypocrites. The reality is that the first few waves of immigration to a distinctly different land are those looking to get away.

However that is not the mindset of a significant percentage today. So, no, it's not about one particular thing and the Islamic aspect is important because proponents of it want a hardcore dictatorial global government, which is wonderful news to...the central planners.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 27, 2016 8:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

A quick look at Google search data shows that the last month has seen a massive spike in online interest in the term and that Web searches for the term are at an all-time high.

There are no values on the Y axis; but you can see the general trend

If you are confused by the term "taxation is theft," just think of the government as people without any special privileges. If an average person takes money from someone under the threat of force it is called robbery, but if the government does it is considered legal and moral, and is called "taxation." No one actually ever agreed to this arrangement; it has been forced on millions of people against their will, and a long list of justifications have been created to convince people that they are not being stolen from.

Since the government is allowed to extract money from its citizens at the barrel of a gun, this guarantees that they will have funding for any kind of project they want, even if those projects are unpopular with taxpayers. This is because the public has no choice but to pay taxes; therefore, they have no say in how their money is used and are typically forced into paying for their own oppression, and the slaughtering of their neighbors.

Sure, there are some social welfare programs that do benefit some people, but the money that these projects cost are a tiny fraction of the money that is actually received from taxation. Most of the money that is brought in through taxes is used for bureaucratic budgets, collection enforcement, and the gluttony of federal and state governments. So, while a portion of the revenue is being used for beneficial projects, a majority of the money is still being wasted or used for nefarious means. Some researchers have described this as a thief giving you five dollars, while at the same time taking a hundred dollars from your back pocket.

There is an unbelievable amount of fear directed at this concept because for so long, our civilizations have been propelled by violence instead of rationality. Immediately upon hearing about these ideas of doing away with coercive taxation, many people who are new to the idea will immediately scoff, "if taxes were not collected under threat of force then no one will pay them and there will be chaos and the poor will die in the streets."

This statement shows that taxation isn't working for the average person. Therefore, ideas about "the consent of the governed" and "the social contract" are complete fallacies. If someone explicitly states that people wouldn't pay taxes if they weren't mandatory, they are then admitting that tax revenue is not used to benefit the public and that no one would pay if they didn't have a gun to their head.

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PostPosted: Sun May 21, 2017 5:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

So we have a tale of 2 very contrasting narratives, on the one hand white people are lambasted for this ambiguous notion of "cultural appropriation" and this notion of "white washing" is further underpinned by citing occasions in which a predominantly white country dare to feature mostly white people in an advert.
Contrast this outrage with the literal appropriation of white history and the staunch defence of hiring non whites for Hamilton, yeah you know the founding of modern day America by white people. So on the one hand you have the literal demonising of whites for their "wicked" history and on the other, the marxists have literally engineered the bathing of white history by non whites.
So again, who are the real racist cunts here? This is purely a rhetorical question but one in turn which sees the doublethink of"you are racist for saying this".
Fuck these Marxist bastards, they are gleefully burning down everything while the mass public apologise and welcome it at every turn. What the actual fuck, imagine how this looks in 5 years time.
"There is no such thing as race" meanwhile the identity politics of non whites is championed and demanded. It genuinely breaks my heart to see this happening and so brazenly it is being celebrated.
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PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2017 4:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

stillsearchingtruth wrote:
It genuinely breaks my heart to see this happening and so brazenly it is being celebrated.

IMO the Balkans was the start of WW3 and made the mass immigration after 9/11 possible But WW3 was always about destroying the White European with Mass immigration.

PNAC was a diversion.

Bin Ladin a diversion.

In fact...
The Balkans, 9/11, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Yemen, Syria are all simply different parts of WW3 the War to destroy the White European.

Vaut mieux prévenir que guérir.
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PostPosted: Sat May 27, 2017 7:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The willing surrendering by pathetic white people is again in full evidence. "Don't look back in anger" platitudes will defeat all threats and will of course dissuade who systematically target young white girls for mass gang rape, not to mention those that have "sympathies for the FSA" the increasing normalisation of the notion of sharia law, not to mention those that view whites as weak, pathetic, devoid of spirituality and identity (since the evident dying of christian values in this country).

Regardless of who perpetrated or had a hand in this latest reported attack. One thing is clear each time and that is this notion of "we won't let hate divide us" which is clearly not aimed at islamists but is in fact aimed at any "right winger", you know "filthy nationalist" "middle class white".

This is what decades of brainwashing the public into accepting that they somehow have privilege while the non whites are victims, to such an extent that...

"I suppose from my point of view, I've thought about it and I feel sad for them that they wasted their life for nothing," he said. "What have they got to show? Absolutely nothing" a parent whose son was reportedly killed in the suicide bombing
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