Reader’s Links, May 28, 2018

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About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

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  1. First off (and foremost): thank you, EB—and a BRAV-FÜ¢KING-OH for contributing this well-worth-the less-than-an-hour’s-time-to-audit video.

    Exclusive Interview! Talking Telford and UK Rape Gangs with Author of Easy Meat: Peter McLoughlin

    Incidentally, after scanning the very small amounts of this clip’s visual content (valuable though it may be) this data can go unattended if housecleaning, unloading groceries, breastfeeding, or chasing dust bunnies (“A second time!”) presents any sort of serious scheduling conflict.

    Next Up: [Wild Applause!] This interview’s outstanding reference (Time Point – 06:00) to Ozlamic™ Rectal Cavity Nonpareil™, Sheik Taj Aldin “Cat Meat” al-Hilali, goes a gazillion, bazillion light-years beyond superb.

    Just highlighting how this one (Islamo-Looney?) Islamooney™ delivered—waaaaay back in 2008, no less!—a lurid and creasing shot-across-the-bow for one of Western Civilization’s most delightfully irreverent and humorously, good-natured cultures (e.g., author John Humphries and his Barry “Bazza” McKenzie series, AKA her supreme cattiness, Dame Edna Everage) cannot be praised in an overmuch fashion. In other words: Tou-flapping-ché!

    Additionally, the quick bandying-about in EB’s clip with regard (thankfully not “without”) to why these scandals did not first come, as it were, most-often from heavily-Muslim-populated districts was, although slightly instructive, still utterly insufficient to the task-at-hand.

    Both of this squib’s speakers are absolutely right to point out longstanding, overt media complicity in shutting hushing up any (or most) of England’s usual Muslim, pedophile (redundant, eh?) “festivities” (ever since 1975!!!).

    Nevertheless, it is crucial to note—which this production honorably does manage to put on record, but only in due time—how it is NOT areas with concentrations of young Muslim girls or women—that become active nodes (or resource pools) for these so-called, “grooming gangs”.

    Curiously enough, it’s—SUR-FECKING-PRISE!—fighting-age young Muslim “men”, of all-too-frequently disputable “anatomically-provable” not-so-underage status, that form the statistically-meaningful population centers whose recruiting by “Loverboy”© pimpsstaff” (so to speak) and their perpetually aggrieved, innocent, endlessly well-behaved, spouses, children, relatives, grandparents, aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces, and even unrelated villagers, plus any variously and vaguely identified part-time employees, wouldn’t ever enter their collective minds.

    These younger “runners” and their eventual roles as an ongoing customer-base (to be sure!) are employees, colleagues, coreligionists, acquaintances, family, in-laws, cousins, thrice unrelated, goat-hümping, accomplices. Are we clear?

    That these irreplaceable, culturally enriching, (evidently) too-often-participative, ‘late night curry take-aways’ and mini-cab CPRs (Curbstand Pedophilia Rings) are major contributors to this daemonic crisis comes as little to no surprise.

    Of much greater importance is the COMPLETELY, ASTOUNDINGLY, UNDENIABLE fact that large concentrations of low-income, single-parent (Hat Tip: Perfectchild), indigenous and almost unanimously Caucasian British “families” (with rarely-attended-to young female children) form the “deepest pool” of so-called ‘talent’ for the “Augean Stables” of these flash, doe-eyed, “Asian”, off-color, pimping murderers.

    Here, this video’s producers deserve some exceptionally high praise.

    In admirably short order, they link a “path-of-least-resistance” strategy (via one very commendable Jack Straw) that with [my added elaborations], specifically identify how:

    An attractive, underage, CCYG (Conspicuouly Caucasian Young Girl) that patronizes British all-night “Asian” (i.e., Islamic) curry takeaways who requires subsequent (mini-cab) taxi ride back to her typically broken or already-abusive home is a PRIME EFFING TARGET for seduction.

    Especially so, given how often it is that these too-delectable, petite, San Quentin Quail underage prey are, just as frequently, bringing back home the rapidly darkening day’s first meal to a slowly-awakening, routinely hungover, alcoholic (single and poorly providing for) “parent” (yes, those are sneer quotes).

    SIDE BAR: My sincere sympathies to all of this world’s (endlessly) struggling and whats-hoped-are commendably moral single parents everywhere. The decision-making process of singly raising a child (much less children!) … not-to-mention how it is over-frequently—for some 80%–90% of this planet’s “parents”—(i.e., WOMEN) that, too-frequently, are biologically encumbered with the very hard life of single-parent-hood.

    QUICK QUESTION: If my (above) short-form compilation of the tragic lifestyle fate that attends way-too-many young Caucasian British girls isn’t descriptive enough, please let me know what’s missing?

    This ebb-tide of humanity which is currently (in its almost deafeningly-silent) tiptoeing past what remains of the West’s Once-Mighty Palace Guard, is washing out to a micro-atomically, stochiometrically planar, monocrystalline, mudflat-smooth, hyper-continuous, monolithic, riverine or pseudo-nautical coastline of limitless, epoxy-like, ultra-viscous, shoe-grabbing, sucky-slime of Thoroughly Slurried™, Philosophical, parochial Minnesotan-Mud-Room Logic™—which only well-polished and thoroughly oiled Wehrmacht Jackboots will gradually traverse (with initially limited success) yet, eventually, come to represent a minuscule (and long-hoped-for) lunatic spark within the already overcharged electrocution-capable Leyden jar of EU insanity.

    Every last (once-peaceable–if ever there ever was such a thing) hallway of this world’s Political Channels are becoming saturated with Megavolts (Megatons?) of increasingly negatively-charged energy.

    Guess what happens next?!?

    • You are welcome NorseRadish.
      Here is Red Pill Phil x 3:
      redial phil – May 26, 2018

      eeting up with billy in rochdale who is head of P.A.G , parents against grooming and tricky who is head of W.A.G , women against grooming , whilst they are holding what could be regarded as a training meeting with other groups looking to roll this out in other city’s around the uk..

  2. “British Judge Calls For 10in Pointed Kitchen Knives To Be Ground Down To A Rounded End”
    Weasel Zippers Via Daily Mail – May 27, 2018

    “A French King banned pointed knives”
    By Christina Varveri – September 6, 2014

    Louis XIV, ruler of France, known as Louis the Great or the Sun King, was the longest of any monarchs of a major country in European history, having completed 72 years and 110 days of reign.

    Regarding the connection of Louis XIV and cutlery, it is said that in 1669, he banned pointed knives, both at the table or in the streets or as weapons, as he tried to reduce violence in 1669.

    For the history, the origin of the table knife is attributed by tradition to Cardinal Richelieu back in 1637.

  3. “British stasi gag media & try to hide their illegal arrest, prosecution of Tommy Robinson” Luke Reid
    Published on May 26, 2018

    • The Hermit Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

      Do you ever touch the night?
      Or is it just another job?
      Do you feel the final hours?
      Put down paradise as lost
      Yeah, you’re blinded by rainbows
      and faces in windows
      Blinded by rainbows
      Do you dream at night?
      Do you sleep at night?
      I doubt it

    • The irony of the sign “Protect Our Democracy from Islam” underscores the success of Western governments in staging what appears to be a functioning democracy when in fact said governments are allied in spirit with global leftists/communists, of the Soros/Merkel/EU variety, which are intent on subverting what remains of the Christian West — and replacing that population with totalitarian Muslims with whom they share an animus toward all things Christian.

      • Remember the Dutch politician who said that it was okay if the majority in Holland wanted Sharia as that would be “democracy in action”? Democracy as we know it is totally vulnerable to non assimilative, fast breeding aliens (perhaps that is why we have borders?) and that allowing them in is no different to giving rats and cockroaches the vote as then it really will be rule by the majority (of fast breeders).

        • At best we are one generation away from a despotic dictator, and the more the left screws with the educational system the shorter that time period becomes.

  4. EU Extends Sanctions Against Syria for One Year (sputniknews, May 28, 2018)

    “The European Union has decided to extend sanctions against Syria by one year, until June 1, 2019, the EU Council said in a statement on Monday.

    “On 28 May 2018, the Council extended EU restrictive measures against the Syrian regime until 1 June 2019. Given the ongoing repression of the civilian population, the EU decided to maintain its restrictive measures against the Syrian regime and its supporters, in line with the EU strategy on Syria,” the document read.

    The European Union introduced sanctions “against Syria and persons responsible for the violent repression against the civilian population” in May 2011, during the Arab Spring protests, which led to the ongoing civil war in the country…”

  5. Daesh-Linked Terror Groups Seen in Syrian al-Tanf Controlled by US – Lavrov (sputniknews, May 28, 2018)

    “According to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, only Syrian government troops should be located on the country’s Southern borders with Israel.

    Russia and the United States are conducting a dialogue at the diplomatic and military level regarding the situation in Syria’s al-Tanf region, Lavrov stated.

    “We are witnessing an increasing number of armed groups appearing in this region, including the Rukban refugee camp, which according to our information, is related in one way or another to Daesh* and other extremist structures,” he noted.

    Lavrov expressed hope that reports on the withdrawal of US troops from Syria’s al-Tanf base would come to fruition.

    “The military presence there has no sense, from a military point of view,” the Russian Foreign Minister said…”

  6. Afghan Authorities Seize Truck With Explosives at Pakistani Border – Reports (sputniknews, May 28, 2018)

    “Afghan authorities seized a truck, loaded with 9.8 tonnes of substance that is used to make improvised explosive devices (IEDs), at a Torkham crossing at the Pakistani border, the 1TV broadcaster reported.

    Afghanistan’s border police found ammonium nitrate in the truck, carrying fruit boxes from Pakistan, during a Saturday evening check, the 1TV broadcaster reported, citing the Afghan Interior Ministry.

    The ministry believes that the substance was planned to be used in terror attacks, according to the broadcaster. During the check, four people were also arrested by Afghan law enforcement…”

  7. Russian border guards found 1,400+ terrorist-linked suspects in 2017 (RT, May 28, 2018)

    “Russian border guards discovered over 1,400 suspects linked to terrorism in 2017, a high-ranking federal security general told RIA. The Russian Border Service is marking its 100th anniversary on Monday.

    “Militants pressured out of conflict zones are trying to use international transport channels to get into Russia… the Border Service and the local security services have worked out, and are constantly perfecting, the practice of cooperating to expose such people among the flow of passengers,” said General Vladimir Kulishov, the head of the Russian Border Service. The Border Service is a subset of the Federal Security Service (FSB), which is also responsible for counter-terrorism in Russia.

    In addition to the 1,400 terrorist-linked suspects, the border guards have found at least 50 foreign citizens trying to cross through Russia to get into an international conflict zone throughout the years. Of them, a total of over 6,500 people with international and federal search warrants have been detained, Kulishov said.”

  8. Rebels, Indian forces fight in disputed Kashmir; 2 killed (abcnews, May 28, 2018)

    “Rebels attacked an Indian army camp and an armored vehicle, leading to fighting in Indian-administered Kashmir, police said Monday. A soldier and a civilian were killed and three soldiers were wounded.

    The deaths occurred overnight during fighting that followed a rebel attack on an army camp in southern Kakpora village, said a police official who spoke under anonymity because they weren’t authorized to speak to the media.

    On Monday, thousands participated in the funeral of the civilian while chanting slogans in favor of rebels and demanding an end of Indian rule over Kashmir.

    Clashes also erupted as some youths threw stones at government forces who fired tear gas to quell the anti-India protests. No one was immediately reported injured.

    Separately, militants detonated a bomb by remote control targeting an Indian army armored vehicle in the volatile Shopian area on Monday, the police official said. The soldiers in the vehicle were patrolling the area.

    Three soldiers, including an army officer, were wounded in the blast, which extensively damaged the vehicle.

    The attacks come despite India declared a ceasefire during the ongoing Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. Rebels have rejected the government’s ceasefire, calling it a “drama.”…”

  9. Afghan official: Gunmen kill 3 people in Herat province (abcnews, May 28, 2018)

    “An Afghan official says gunmen have killed at least three people in an attack in western Herat province.

    Gelani Farhad, spokesman for the provincial governor in Herat, says the three victims include an employee of a voter registration center and two policemen.

    A third policeman was wounded in the attack, which took place late on Sunday night.

    No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack…”

  10. Tommy is feathered on Drudge, here are the reports

    Tommy Robinson Arrested Outside UK Court, Jailed For 13 Months As Judge Orders Orwellian Media Blackout

    Right-wing activist Tommy Robinson reportedly jailed after filming outside child grooming trial

  11. Maryland police officer’s death ignites a racial firestorm

    BALTIMORE – It’s hard to think of a more volatile mix: Four young black males from Baltimore City, accused in the death of a white female police officer in Baltimore County. Authorities say three of the teenagers were breaking into homes when the fourth ran the officer over in a stolen Jeep.

    Predictably enough, social media, call-in radio and other forums blew up. A sampling from the Baltimore County Police & Fire Facebook page:

    “I was hoping they’d kill him during apprehension. What a waste of life. He’s currently breathing air some decent person could be breathing.”

    Read more here:

    • I was hoping they’d kill him during apprehension.

      Expressed in however many different ways, this disappointed lament will become an increasingly common (and eventually acted upon) sentiment in the not-too-distant-future.

      There is no way on earth that the Thin Blue Line can be drawn this taut—especially under such cripplingly paralytic Politically Correct circumstances—without the gradual (or even abrupt) emergence of citizen vigilantism.

      A three year-old is raped and the Swedish police are unable to solve this case?!?

      Like I said, you can only stretch that Thin Blue Line so tight and then everything snaps and unravels in the very worst kind of ways.

      Whenever it’s appropriate and possible, Back the Badge.

      • I had a cousin who was a cop, he was the one who cornered a cop killer north of town, he always said the man committed suicide by cop.

  12. SHARD CHARRED UK weather – Spectacular photo shows lightning strike hit London’s Shard as 50,000 bolts batter UK in wild storm

    Twitter users have reacted to the extreme weather with awe as thunderstorms continue to light up the skies

    THE Shard is struck by a lightning bolt in this stunning picture – as a spectacular electrical storm swept the UK overnight.

    London’s iconic skyscraper is shown directly hit by the vast fork of lightning as thunderstorms blasted Britain after a day of muggy 27C temperatures.

  13. Hailstorms ravage French Bordeaux vineyards

    BORDEAUX (Reuters) – Violent hailstorms ravaged parts of the Bordeaux wine region in southwestern France on Saturday causing major damage in hundreds of vineyards with thousands of hectares of vines destroyed, producers said on Monday.

    This comes just a year after the Bordeaux region suffered one of its worst harvests in history with a fall of 39 percent on year due to late frosts, which lead to a jump in prices.

    The hail first hit the south of the region on Saturday at midday, affecting the Pessac-Leognan region and the south of Medoc, home to some of the region’s most famous chateaux, Bernard Farges, head of Bordeaux producers’ union CIVB, said.

    It then devastated vineyards of Cotes de Bourg and Cotes de Blaye on the right bank of the Gironde river and, further east, in the Gensac and Pessac-sur-Dordogne.

    • Strange as it sounds, this Hail of Frogs™ may well be just the economic saddle weight on France—in the horse-race of international,ultra-premium wine production—that helps California’s recently scorched Napa Valley stay in the oenological Superfecta.

      • I hadn’t thought of that, it did cross my mind that this along with the thunderstorm in London that a couple of messages might have been sent to Britain and France.

        • Dear Richard,

          Wherever in (the proverbial), “Heaven, Hell or High-Water Acoming™”, do you ever expect a chance to get to tip-toe through this sort of lunacy?

          As you well know, this is the age of what we thought was (merely), Utter Lunacy™, and has now proved out to be the Decade of Total Insanity™.

          So be it. Thank every last one of our goodly spirits, be they fighting women and men, more-or-less the stars above that plane which Western Civilization has had so few, individual, personal, issues of compunction about ensuring that Free People and Free Speech (in, almost astonishingly equal measures) appropriately managed to ensure that the Midway invasion would NEVER succeed.

          Yeah, connecting Free Speech and Midway was a reach. Kill me now.

          Long Story Short:

          America’s earliest fighting men (and their women) were Beyond Rugged. We should be so thankful.


  14. Butchers ‘living in fear’ as vegan attacks on the rise, says Countryside Alliance

    Attacks on small businesses by vegan activists are on the rise, according to the Countryside Alliance.

    Death threats, stoked by social media and encouraged by international groups of activists, have caused butchers and farmers to “live in fear.”

    Marlow Butchers, in, Ashford, Kent, was targeted earlier this month by activists who daubed red paint on the doors and windows of the shop.
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    • These are the “militant vegans” who seek to achieve a 51% global voting majority, by any means necessary, in order to forcibly halt all consumption of animal products.

      That such a ban would end up killing millions of people is of no concern to them. In fact, they’d cheerfully kill millions of people just to attain their goals.

        • Vegan would need lots of slow cooking, all stringy sinews. Maybe sausages? you’re our resident foody, NR.

          Absolutely not. One thing that totally frosts my frankfurter are vegan products intentionally designed to simulate meat. Either you’re and omnivore, or you’re not. Full Stop.

          I have prepared elaborate, multi-course, entirely vegan meals where, occasionally, guests actually questioned about their food being completely free of animal products. Keep in mind, these were the omnivores not believing that vegan food could taste so good.

          There’s just this niggling little problem with how an orthodox vegan diet provides no source of vitamin B12. This nutrient is only available from animal sources and is essential to proper neurochemical growth.

          There even is emerging research investigating potential connections between vegan diets and the premature onset of Alzheimer’s and other debilitating conditions. However, the verifiable pool of truly vegan patients for such studies is vanishingly small in most given areas.

          Just for you, yucki, here is a entirely vegan menu that I designed for the Lunar New Year.

          Chilled Sake
          Yebisu Lager – (A Superb Japanese Blonde Stout)
          Warm Sake
          Maijiu – (Chinese Gasoline)
          Plum Wine

          Shiro Nininku – (Shoyu Pickled Garlic Cloves)
          Blanched, Soy Marinated Pearl Onions
          Miso Fried Tofu Sticks – (In Spicy La-Yu Oil)
          Scallion Paint Brushes
          Jicama Matchsticks
          Radish Flowers
          Carrot Sticks
          Peeled & Seeded Cucumber Spears
          Rice Paper Cigars – (With Thai Noodles & Avocado Wedges)
          Steamed Banana Blossom
          Sate Dipping Sauce – (No Nuoc Mam or Worcestershire)
          Shiro Miso Dipping Sauce
          Red Curry Dipping Sauce
          Green Curry Dipping Sauce

          Red Miso Soup:
          Extra Firm Tofu
          Anoki Mushroom Caps
          Soba Noodles
          Reduced Vegetable Stock
          Shaved Bamboo Root
          Kombu – (Seaweed Ribbons, a Major Umami Source)

          Moyashi Salad:
          Bean Sprouts – (Blanched)
          Peeled and Shredded Carrot
          Peeled, Seeded, Grated, and Wrung-Out Cucumber
          Scallion Paintbrush Garnish
          Tamari, Sesame Oil, and Awasezu or Shaoxing Wine Dressing

          Laver – (Freshly Toasted Seaweed Page)
          Zushi Rice
          Kappa – (English Cucumber Matchsticks)
          Yama Gobo – (Pickled Burdock Root)
          Kaiwari – (Daikon Sprouts)
          Negi – (Scallions)
          Shizo Leaf
          Shredded Daikon Garnish
          Gari Garnish – (Pickled Ginger)
          Wasabi Dipping Sauce – (Made with Real Grated Rhizome)

          Stuffed Bok Choy
          Sautéed Shiitake Mushroom
          Green Pepper
          Blanched Celery
          Pea Sprouts
          Guilin Sauce
          Scallion Binding – (For a Beggar’s Purse)

          Fried Rice:
          Five Spice Powder
          Hoisin Sauce

          Sautéed Tofu:
          Extra Firm Tofu – (Drained and Pressed)
          Ginger Julienne
          Seeded Green Chilis – (Jalapeños or Hatch Anaheims)
          Minced Scallions
          Skiitake and Matsutake Mushrooms
          Roasted Sesame Seeds
          Roasted Sesame Seed Oil
          Xaoxing Rice Wine
          Hoisin Sauce
          Plum Sauce
          Deep Fried Shallot Garnish
          Garlic Chive Garnish

          Chilled Mango and Guava Sherbits with Mint

          • “There’s just this niggling little problem with how an orthodox vegan diet provides no source of vitamin B12. This nutrient is only available from animal sources and is essential to proper neurochemical growth.”

            Don’t forget brain shrinkage. Human brains need a lot of protein to run at full capacity. Recent studies, I think maybe 10 years ago? Showed brain shrinkage in Vegans.

            • I think it was Malca who researched that issue.

              Result: Vegans in traditional societies are getting B12 from insects/ insect-parts, mostly in the flour from which they make their staple bread.

              • I think it was Malca who researched that issue.

                Thank you, yucki, for going after the details.

                Result: Vegans in traditional societies are getting B12 from insects/ insect-parts, mostly in the flour from which they make their staple bread.

                Is there any chance of making this into a golden opportunity of highlighting how the vast majority of “vegan food” doesn’t come even close to qualifying for such strict standards?!?

          • I’m no vegan, but I’d pretend to be one to try that amazing feast! Such variety, as appealing to the eye as to the palate.

            Ladino tradition is that “you eat with your eyes.” (The in-joke response these days, “That’s why we’re going extinct!”)

            I have no idea why, but my entire extended family gave up meat when I was about 7. Plenty of fish and dairy, though I’ve a lingering memory of lamb-chop.
            What I had in mind about vegans, especially militant vegans:

            ~Stewed Vegan~
            => Not FOR vegans, of…

    • “Vitamin B12”
      Nutrition Facts – Dr. Michael Greger
      Videos for “Vitamin B12” posted below article.

      Nutrition Facts – Dr. Michael Greger
      Videos for “Protein” posted below article.

      “If the people let government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny.” – Thomas Jefferson

      “Liberty is to the collective body, what health is to every individual body. Without health no pleasure can be tasted by man; without liberty, no happiness can be enjoyed by society.” – Thomas Jefferson

  15. Report: Israel, Iran engage in indirect negotiations over Syria fighting
    The report said a Jordanian mediator carried messages between the sides.

    Israel and Iran engaged over the weekend in indirect negotiations in Jordan regarding fighting in southwestern Syria, according to Elaph, a Saudi-owned website.

    Elaph reported that the Iranians pledged not to participate in expected battles in southwestern Syria between President Bashar Assad’s forces and rebel groups, and Israel has made it clear that it will not intervene in the battles in the tri-border area, as long as Hezbollah and the Iranian-backed Shi’ite militias are not involved.

  16. olice: Holly Hill Little Caesars employee shoots, kills attacker wearing mask

    HOLLY HILL, Fla. – A Holly Hill Little Caesars employee shot and killed a masked man who attacked him with a wooden post and scissors late Saturday, according to a police report.

    Heriberto Feliciano, 28, was working at the pizza parlor at 158 Ridgewood Avenue around 11:50 p.m. when he was attacked by a man wearing a “clown mask,” police said.

  17. Colombia heads for divisive runoff with peace deal at stake

    BOGOTA (Reuters) – Colombia headed for its most divisive presidential race in decades after right-winger Ivan Duque won Sunday’s first-round vote, triggering a runoff with leftist Gustavo Petro that could upset a historic peace deal or derail business friendly reforms.

    It is the first time in Colombia’s modern history that an openly leftist candidate has reached the second round of a presidential vote, a prospect that unnerved some investors in Latin America’s fourth largest economy. (Graphic on Latin American elections)

    Duque, a 41-year-old former official of the Washington-based InterAmerican Development Bank, was the convincing winner of Sunday’s ballot with 39 percent of votes, ahead of Petro, an outspoken ex-mayor of Bogota, with 25 percent, broadly in line with polls.

  18. China to host Iran to avoid project disruption amid nuclear deal doubt

    BEIJING (Reuters) – China will host Iranian President Hassan Rouhani next month at a regional summit aimed at avoiding disruption of joint projects, its foreign ministry said on Monday, as major powers scramble to save Iran’s nuclear deal after the United States pulled out.

    Rouhani will pay a working visit to China and attend the summit of the China and Russia-led security bloc the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, the ministry said.

    It did not give exact dates for his visit, but the summit is scheduled to be held on the second weekend of June in the northern Chinese city of Qingdao.

    Iran is currently an observer member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, though it has long sought full membership.

    “Our hope is that China and Iran will have close consultation on the basis of observing the deal and push forward development of bilateral cooperati

    • Remember the reports that China was building a railroad line through Pakistan to Iran to avoid the possibility of NATO blockade of the Iranian port.

      • That “One Belt, One Road” sounds like Stalinist-/ Mao- scale irrational exuberance.

        Even running like clockwork, trains can’t compensate for blocked shipping routes. Stop-gap measure at best; they don’t have the same carrying capacity:

        First direct London-China train completes 12,000 kilometer run
        China’s already Iran’s biggest trading partner. Must be running up a tab, counting on the JCPOA windfall.
        That railway is already up and running, according to Splenger at Asia Times. [I resent the article, but it contains real information, despite its offensive argument.]

        Western contempt for China turns to panic
        Economic boom continues with electronics industry domination and infrastructure growth through trillion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative

          • The ‘One Road, One Belt’ initiative looks good on paper, but could become a costly mess on the ground.

            You’ve already outlined many of the important reasons why, yucki.

            A couple of famous Silicon Valley maxims:

            Everything looks better on paper than it is in real life.

            In theory, practice and theory are the same.
            In practice … they’re not.

            Every man has a plan that will not work.

          • A rail line that long would need several governments to sign on to subsidize the construction and first decades of operation. When the Transcontinental Railroad on Whiskey (Irish in the East) and Cold Tea (Chinese labors in the west) they could lay 1 to 10 miles of track a day depending on terrain. With the modern machinery you can lay 1 to 10 miles of track a day depending on terrain. Calculate the distance to be covered and figure how many years it would take to lay that track, and the track can only be laid in good weather, heavy rain disturbs the ground under the rails and in the winter the ground is too hard, it reduces you to less then a mile a day in track.

            The China to Pakistan and then to Iran is a shorter line and being pushed by strategic military reasons is more likely. The line would probably never be a commercial success but could be used to move nuclear and other sensitive material between China and Iran. Although in a war I wouldn’t want to try and defend that length of rail from sabotage. You would have to build towns along the way for the division points where the repair gangs would be housed at.

            • You’re correct, Richard.

              Any strategic vulnerability arising from the OBOR rail, maritime or highway system of such international dimensions makes the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express look like a Limited-Stop, Short Line, local milk run (to the AIRPORT!).

              Many, like MissPiggy, Michelle, yucki, and Darcy, have repeatedly pointed out how too much of the EU’s overall economic roadmap looks like a twice-fried dog’s breakfast.

              I cannot thank any of you enough. Ever.

        • You are right, what they were talking about is shipping nuclear related items on the rail line so we couldn’t stop them.

          Barge traffic on the Missouri and Mississippi moves much more items then people think. The rail lines are for internal shipping away from the areas that barges can’t reach. I say this while wetting in a railroad town with the trains going through at all hours.

  19. A historic 100-year anniversary on Memorial Day 2018
    By J.E. Dyer May 28, 2018

    In some way, it seems emblematic of the return of history that this year’s Memorial Day falls on the 100-year anniversary of a turning point in World War I.

    On 28 May 1918, U.S. troops under American command executed their first independent operation in the battle of the Western Allies to defeat Germany in northern France. The objective – to capture and hold the town of Cantigny in Picardy – wasn’t a big one. And the American infantrymen who seized and held the town didn’t do it without help from French aircraft and tanks.

    The Americans even had to borrow heavy artillery from the French too, in order to pound the German positions before taking the town.

    But the battle at Cantigny was a chance for the Americans to prove themselves: to prove they could plan and execute an operation on their own, and thus should be assigned missions as a coherent U.S. force, instead of being parted out all over the theater under British and French field commanders.

    With this small but crucial operation, the Yanks proved exactly that. They had been arriving in France since June 1917, and – although in need of training and integration – had seen action under Allied command in other battles since the previous autumn. But Cantigny was the first opportunity for the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) under General John J. Pershing to demonstrate that it could function as a fighting force and be entrusted with distinctive campaign objectives.

    • When the US entered the war the Brits and the French looked on them as more colonial troops that would be broken up and used as replacement troops for the French and British units. Black Jack Pershing refused to allow that insisting that the US troops would fight as US units or would go home. Pershing also insisted on breaking the trench war stalemate saying he had no intention of throwing away American lives the way the Brits and French had been doing. The breakout through the trench system turned the stalemate war into a war of maneuver that quickly destroyed the German ability to resist.

      Since all of the fighting had been done in France the German people didn’t know how badly the German Army was beaten and thought that the politicians had betrayed the German soldiers. This gave raise to the Nazi party and WWII.

      • I don’t know if he was in the battles mentioned but he actor Walter Brennan was one of the American soldiers who was damaged by the mustard gas attacks. The damage he took is why he always played old men (even when he was young).

        • My grandfather was hit with mustard gas in the Argonne Forest during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive. His reward? A Purple Heart and wheezing lungs for the rest of his entire life.

          When considering the horrific conditions and poor equipment that they had to fight with, Churchill’s famous “Battle of Britain” quote now extends to all Allied soldiers that fought in either World War.

          Never have so many owed so much to so few.

          On this 100th Memorial Day, thank you, Richard, and all other fighting women and men, for defending American freedom and liberty. All of you deserve so much better than the VA has to offer.

          • Another opportunity to ponder FDR in hell.

            The way he sent those first troops sent to fight in New Guinea. ZERO preparation for a jungle war. Winter uniforms, not even aspirin for the mass suffering caused by maleria.

            • Guadalcanal not New Guinea, he sent them in unprepared because he had no other choice. The Japanese were building an air base there that would have cut Australia off from all shipping. The Marines went in with inadequate number, old equipment (although the 03A1 Springfield is stull considered one of the best rifles of its day) the wrong uniforms and not enough rations (they at the captured Japanese rations). When they were reinforced the troops sent in was a regiment of soldiers that prior to WWII Col Eisenhower (Yes the same Ike who became a 5 star General and later President) had commanded at Fort Polk where he turned them into crack jungle fighters.

              When we went into Afghanistan in 02 we sent in the Berets, using them the way that was dreamed of when they were started for the first time. This was done knowing we might be sending them to their deaths but they were the only battle ready units we had after Bill Clinton finished his Presidency.

              When wars start unexpectedly and the military is understaffed, under trained and suddenly overworked the soldiers job is to buy time. Time for the military to get new weapons, new people and train them right. They do this by trading their lives for the time the nation needs to get ready to win the war.

              FDR also abandoned the people who were in the Philippines (including my Uncle Frank who was a flight engineer on a B17) he made the fighting withdrawal from the Philippines to Australia and was on the last plane out of Java before it fell to the Japanese. That plane made the last 100 miles into Australia with its left wing on fire. They flew it in so there would be spare parts to keep the other planes flying.

            • The reason the Philippines were abandoned and the Marines went into Guadalcanal without the proper equipment was that we didn’t have the proper equipment. The Army and Marines were training with ammo manufactured during WWI, the tanks they were training with were wooden mockups and on maneuvers pickup trucks had Tank painted on them and they were used to train people in the tactics.

              God knows FDR was an asshole and that he was (to a very large extent) responsible for the state of our military) but don’t blame him for making the right strategic moves. Damn him for creating the situation that he had to sent the men in to harms way without what they needed but not for saving Australia. If Australia had fallen we would have had to pull most of our aid from Britain and they might have fallen.

              War is making the hard decisions, pray that Trump rebuilds the military to the extent we don’t have to make those hard decisions when the war becomes more energetic.

            • I heard the horrors from top brass about Papua, New Guinea, where we had to stop the “Japs” from hopping over to Australia.

              They went over on the re-fitted Queen Mary, didn’t know where they were headed until they were well out to sea. The Battle of Buna–Gona was the one I think about when I curse FDR. That was a scandal, a rout.

              My relative was a physician who received a battlefield commendation from General MacArthur personally. After he was evacuated to Brisbane to recover from injuries, complicated by malaria, he became Arthur MacArthur IV’s personal physician!

              I visited as a guest for a war-memorial ceremony. A climate for which I am most definitely _not_ suited. I can only imagine what “our boys” suffered over there.

  20. Three important questions about ‘Spygate’
    By Daily Caller News Foundation May 28, 2018

    A battle of semantics has dominated the revelation that the FBI used a Cambridge professor named Stefan Halper to keep tabs on three Trump campaign advisers. The argument is over whether Halper was a mere FBI informant or a spy, as President Trump has asserted.

    But the debate has overshadowed more important questions about Halper’s role in “Crossfire Hurricane,” the code name for the FBI’s investigation of possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian government.

    The core questions are: Who tasked Halper, a former University of Cambridge professor, with contacting Trump campaign advisers Carter Page, Sam Clovis, and George Papadopoulos? What did they tell Halper, and what did he in turn tell his FBI/CIA handlers? And how was that information used by government officials in their investigation of possible Russian meddling in the 2016 election? Was Halper a credible source?

    Carter Page holds the key to many of those questions.

      • Yup and I have smelled outhouses in hot summers when the flys were so think you had to breath through your nose to avoid getting them in your mouth.

      • It’s more than a little disturbing to have a conspiracy loon like Alex Jones emerge as some sort of quasi-reliable news source.

        This just goes to show how far down the rabbit hole most other MSM outlets have gone.

          • That comment feels like it could be an epitaph of sorts.

            If we’re not a lot more careful, it will be. With endless thanks to people like you, Eeyore, Western Civilization still has a fighting chance.

          • It could be, the Propaganda Press is so far gone it will take a long time and a lot of hard work to rehabilitate that industry.

  21. Austria unveils plan to cut benefits for immigrants (BBC, May 28, 2018)

    “Austria’s coalition government has unveiled plans to cut benefit payments for immigrants, including refugees, in a move aimed at deterring new arrivals.

    The main benefit payment will be capped at €563 ($655; £492) a month, rising to match the amount Austrians receive – €863 – if they pass a German test.

    Immigrants will also be barred from claiming such benefits for five years.

    Conservative Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, in government with the far right, has vowed a hard line on immigration.

    Mr Kurz campaigned in last year’s parliamentary election with pledges to cap benefits for refugees and to shut down migrant routes to Europe.

    “The fundamental rule we will introduce is that German will become the key to accessing the full minimum benefit,” Mr Kurz told a news conference on Monday.

    “That means that whoever has insufficient language skills will not be able to claim the full minimum benefit,” he added.

    However Monday’s announcement brings Austria into conflict with the rest of the European Union, because EU rules on freedom of establishment require all member states’ citizens to be treated equally…”

  22. UK: Third ‘Free Tommy Robinson’ rally marches on 10 Downing St.

    Police and protesters went on London’s Downing Street after protesters marched to for the third consecutive day on Monday to demand the release of far-right English Defence League (EDL) co-founder Tommy Robinson.

    Protesters had marched from Trafalgar Square, waving flags and chanting “shame on you.”

    Stephen Lennon, who uses Tommy Robinson as a pseudonym, was arrested on Friday for allegedly breaching the peace outside the Leeds Crown Court during a child grooming trial.

    • Police and protesters went on London’s Downing Street after protesters marched to for the third consecutive day on Monday to demand the release of far-right English Defence League (EDL) co-founder Tommy Robinson.

      I’m not sure what sort of reprogramming or flat-out violence it will take, but this entire pseudo-meme that Tommy Robinson—or any other defender of a nation’s sovereign right to retain its original culture—is, somehow, “”far-right” has got to be strangled in the cradle.

      You want real “far-right” goons? Look to StromFornt or other monster-raving-loonies. How about Antifa? They genuinely seem to embrace a vast preponderance of nasty ultra-Right-wing tactics.

      • We the true center will have to take control of various governments for a long enough time for the precipitation of the political spectrum to shift back to reality.

  23. Italy Constitutional Crisis: Unelected President Nixes Populist Victory, Appoints Pro-E.U. Prime Minister

    Rome (AFP) – The failure of Italy’s populist forces to form a government after President Sergio Mattarella refused to endorse their eurosceptic pick for economy minister has propelled the country into a political crisis with the only outcome appearing to be early elections.
    However going back to the polls presents Italy with a range of problems, from the upheaval of old political alliances to the possibility of a new electoral system being put in place.

    • Italian President faces impeachment calls after he rejected populist parties’ choice of a eurosceptic finance minister, scuppering their attempt to form a government
      Sergio Mattarella vetoed appointment of eurocsceptic minister Paolo Savona
      Italian President’s decision sparked collapse of coalition bid by populist parties
      Leader of Five Star movement calls for Mattarella to be impeached for treason

      • Leader of Five Star movement calls for Mattarella to be impeached for treason

        The pasta-eaters finally begin to blink awake. Perhaps there’s some hope after all for the people-whose-last-names-end-in-vowels.

        It’s impossible to overstate the importance of keeping that word, “treason“, out there, front-and-center. Few other linguistic exercises will be more effective at keeping these treacherous Leftist bastards on their toes like connecting them to Capital offenses. Eff knows that they do it to the Right on a daily basis.

        Turnabout is fair play. Sauce for the gander and all that rot.

        Free Tommy!

    Officers with the Wilmington Police Department arrested 26-year-old Saead El Helo Sunday evening after he barricaded himself inside a home on Vance Street.

    Police say El Helo is accused of robbing a nearby Scotchman and then barricaded himself when he saw officers approaching. It is unclear if he was the homeowner of the house.

    Police on scene said it was a “barricaded suicidal subject” incident.

    No shots were fired, but El Helo tried to set the house on fire, “destroying the inside,” according to a police press release.

  25. Las Vegas Massacre Possibly Joint Antifa/ISIS Operation, Former FBI Agent Says

    Big League Politics spoke with a former high-level law enforcement official who says that the Las Vegas massacre could plausibly have been a joint operation between Antifa and ISIS.

    “In short, in my experience it is most likely this was an ISIS operation and the evidence strongly points that way,” said a former FBI counter-terrorism agent. “Authorities have no alternative line of investigation. The most frightening possibility is that this was a joint ISIS-Antifa operation.”

    It is becoming apparent that hard left organizations like Antifa are cozying up to radical Islamic groups, according to the FBI and multiple other sources.

    • It is becoming apparent that hard left organizations like Antifa are cozying up to radical Islamic groups, according to the FBI and multiple other sources.

      Antifa is a terrorist organization. Note the prevalent use of masks? Just like Hamas?

      What have they got to hide? The answer to that question will stun most average people.

    • It’s gone from “won’t tell you”, to “can’t tell you.” Sorta shows everybody just how bad things have really gotten in the Land of Limeys.

  26. OTTAWA – Homeless man in custody three days after brazen downtown attack that left librarian dead

    Ottawa police have arrested a homeless man who is believed to have known his alleged victim in the fatal daytime attack against Christian Science librarian Elisabeth Salm.

    Tyler Hikoalok, 18, was arrested by police Sunday afternoon. He was expected to appear in court Monday where he will be formally charged with first-degree murder for the brutal slaying and sexual assault that put the downtown core and community on edge just days ago.

    Salm, 59, a librarian at the Christian Science Reading Room, was found bloodied, beaten unconscious and half-naked inside the office of the drop-in space at 141C Laurier Ave. W., near Elgin Street, around 12:30 p.m. Thursday.

    Salm was taken to hospital and kept on life support before succumbing to her injuries Friday. It was the city’s 13th homicide of the year.

    Police believe Salm likely arrived at the reading room sometime before 10 a.m. on Thursday morning — the reading room’s opening hours are listed online as being from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    She was found by a co-worker around 12:30 p.m. Detectives had appealed to the public for any information on anyone who might have interacted with Salm during this time or in the hours and days before.

    Hikoalok, from Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, is a member of the hip hop collective Tr1be Music, which runs a studio program to “to help Indigenous artists break into the music industry.”

    The group participated in a tour of Ottawa-Carleton District School Board schools in April, where Hikoalok went into area schools speaking to students and performing.

    He raps as “Ty Millz”. According to the group’s website, the Inuit man was put into foster care and taken from his community at the age of nine.

    “Music has since then been his therapy,” his biography says. Hikoalok uses “instrumentals as a way to express himself (and) as a way to stay motivated.”

    The site credits a turn to making music and beats, which he taught himself, with saving his life. “Tyler’s ambition is to set up a similar music program for youth in his hometown.”

    It was not immediately known if Hikoalok has a criminal record.

    According to details of the April schools tour, members of the collective were “sharing their stories and providing education through music.

    “These young artists are making a name for themselves and strive to be positive role models for the next generation. Not only are they performing artists, but they make their own beats, produce their own records, and are entrepreneurs.”

    The tour — called the “INDIGENIZE High School Tour” — aimed to “help educate students on Indigenous topics with music and culture as their response towards Reconciliation.”

    The group lists a townhouse on Draper Avenue, in the Greenbank and Baseline roads area, as its address on Facebook. It’s not known whether Hikoalok had stayed at the address.

    Salm had been a librarian at the centre since 2011, a job where volunteers are typically alone and people from all walks of life — Christians, students, homeless, curious passersby — can drop in.

    Hennie Buckshi, the clerk at the First Church of Christ, Scientist on Metcalfe Street, which operates the reading room, told this newspaper that Salm, her longtime friend, was “the sweetest.”

    “She’s just always so loving, just looking at everyone in a very helpful way. There couldn’t be anybody better than that.”

    The reading room space is meant to be for the public and no one is turned away.

    “People come in, but you know people come in from the streets, sometimes people are living on the street and they come in,” Buckshi said.

    Salm grew up in Ottawa, attending Merivale High School before she studied geology at Carleton University, graduating in 1982. In recent years she sang as a soprano in the Ottawa Brahms Choir and updated its website, but filled much of her time in the reading space, where Christian Scientists are ready and willing to discuss their faith. She is survived by her husband, siblings, extended family and the Christian Scientist community in Ottawa.

    Just hours before Hikoalok’s arrest, Sunday service at the First Church of Christ, Scientist was marked by the congregation for the first time since learning of the violent attack against the beloved member. At the Metcalfe Street church, blocks away from the crime scene, members openly wept during Sunday’s sermon.

    Readings were led by two women elected by the church who paid tribute to Salm through scripture, including her sister. Luc-Anne Salm told the congregation of visiting her sister Elisabeth in hospital Thursday as she clung to life.

    “Her breathing increased during this reading. She would have heard this lesson and it resonated with her,” they said of Bible passage John 8:12: “I am the light of the world.”

    “She knows she was, and is, a child of the light, and not of the darkness at all,” they said.

    After the sermon, fellow parishioners, still visibly upset, asked for privacy.
    CBC –

    Young man charged with 1st-degree murder in Elisabeth Salm homicide
    Inuk teen Tyler Hikoalok’s bail hearing scheduled for June 5

    Tyler Hikoalok – at 0:46 on this video :

    • It was the city’s 13th homicide of the year.

      Eat your heart out, London. You stupid Pommy bastard gits have converted one of the world’s greatest international destinations into an ever-so-neat little Islamic hellhole, complete with matching pro-sharia Lord Mayor. Evidently, the idiotic French and their incessantly fulminating banlieues were entirely unable to teach you any-bloody-thing.

      In an age of skyrocketing pseudo-random* violence, for a large city like Ottawa to experience a mere baker’s dozen of homicides thus far into the year would, in most sentient minds, normally evoke small-town visions of “Mayberry RFD”.

      * It only looks random until you plug in the word, “Islam”. Then there’s a pattern.

      He raps as “Ty Millz”. According to the group’s website, the Inuit man was put into foster care and taken from his community at the age of nine.

      A (c)rapper? A product of foster-parenting?**

      ** This is not intended as any sort of slight against all of the dutiful, honorable foster parents that are making a genuine difference in our world. I know some of these folks and the sincere dedication with which they take their crucial roles in these vulnerable young lives is simply indescribable.

      As in: Each foster child kept out of the prison system—remember, some +90% of serial murderers were foster children (citation needed)—represents a lifetime savings to taxpayers of over one million dollars. Please pardon me for regularly reducing matters to dollars and sense, but it is one of the most ready ways of conveying overall impacts upon people and societies.


      After all, this is all about some peripatetic Inuit (c)rapper who arbitrarily decided that a kind, elderly woman represented a real (“soft”) target-of-opportunity … for what? The usual mindless violence that permeates nearly all (c)rap “music”?

      While this article may not seem to deal with Islamic terrorism, it most certainly pertains to the ongoing global jihad.


      If better minds prevail, this will be Islam’s LAST “contribution” to the Civilized World. No more “gifts” of this sort need be tolerated by peace-loving people. Muslims already have demonstrated to mankind with crystal clarity a supremely disgraceful track record of barbarity, slavery (sexual and physical), misogyny, racism, and the wanton taking of innocent human life, to where all expectable endurance or patience was trespassed upon decades (if not centuries) ago.

      This “Religion of Peace” mask is pure military camouflage, and the Koran is supremacist ideological propaganda war manual all wrapped up in Moroccan kidskin, elaborate calligraphy, and gilt leaf. That it has taken this world so incredibly long to snap out of its post-World War, morally-relativistic stupor defies imagination.

      One would have thought that Nazi Genocide and brutal Japanese Imperialism would have steeled successive generations for the task of opposing more of that garbage. Yet, here we have Islam capriciously roaming Western Civilization’s landscape predictably inflicting its favorite brands of mass-murder, gang-rape, pedophilia, Female Genital Mutilation, and so-called “honor killings”.

      All of these evils have been part of the Islamic picture since its inception.

      If there was going to be some significant change*, it would have happened (and did so) quite a while back. During the 1950s–1960s, countries like Afghanistan and Saudi Arabia were attempting to modernize with limited success. Then, in came the True Muslims™ and was body bags for the wimmenfolk and beards for the men.

      * There was meaningful change in the mid-twentieth century until Rectal Cavity Supreme™, Hassan al-Banna, founded the Muslim Brotherhood, hit the millennial “rewind” button, and reignited the fuse on long-ago-popular, and now once-again commonplace, Islamic “festivities”.

      The only historical difference being that: Western Powers are now capable of vaporizing every last contentious Islamic hellhole that keeps spewing their Koranic, terrorist filth in our general direction.

  27. UK: You’re Not Allowed to Talk about It. About What? Don’t Ask.

    by Bruce Bawer
    May 28, 2018 at 5:00 am

    On Friday, British free-speech activist and Islam critic Tommy Robinson was acting as a responsible citizen journalist — reporting live on camera from outside a Leeds courtroom where several Muslims were being tried for child rape — when he was set upon by several police officers. In the space of the next few hours, a judge tried, convicted, and sentenced him to 13 months in jail — and also issued a gag order, demanding a total news blackout on the case in the British news media. Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, was immediately taken to Hull Prison.

    Most media outlets were remarkably compliant. News stories that had already been posted online after Robinson’s arrest at the Scottish Daily Record, Birmingham Live, The Mirror, RT, and Breitbart News were promptly pulled down, although, curiously, a report remained up at the Independent, a left-wing broadsheet that can be counted on to view Robinson as a hooligan. Indeed, the Independent’s article described Robinson as “far-right” and, in explaining what he was doing outside the courthouse, used scare quotes around the word “reporting”; it then summed up the least appealing episodes in his career and blamed him for an attack on the Finsbury Park Mosque last January. Somehow, the Independent also got away with publishing a report on London’s Saturday rally in support of Robinson.

    • On Friday, British free-speech activist and Islam critic Tommy Robinson was acting as a responsible citizen journalist — reporting live on camera from outside a Leeds courtroom where several Muslims were being tried for child rape — when he was set upon by several police officers. In the space of the next few hours, a judge tried, convicted, and sentenced him to 13 months in jail — and also issued a gag order, demanding a total news blackout on the case in the British news media.

      This conspicuous alacrity on the part of Britain’s typically lethargic (if not utterly glacial) legal system makes the classic Wild West kangaroo court look like Dickens’, “Jarndyce v. Jarndyce”. All that was missing was a length of hemp rope and some convenient tree branch.

      It was your pluperfect, modern-day Legal Lynching™ and—much as I was mentioning about how Islamic terrorists normalize the most evil sort of brutality—so does this English court begin the elaborate and shamelessly contrived formalities of desensitizing people about their inalienable rights and inherent liberties.

      Whether or not a martyr will be made of Tommy Robinson remains to be seen. It’s certainly not as if the British government seems overly concerned about his well-being. The fate of Kevin “Bacon Butty Tosser” Crehan and this latest jailing of Robinson is guaranteed to have a cryogenically chilling effect on both Free Speech and the Counterjihad.

      Now, why would anyone in this Civilized World’s legal system ever want such an oppressive thing to happen?

      The answer to that one single question will spark a thousand fuses.

      • STOP IT !!
        No more martyr talk!

        There’s a barely concealed GLEE around this outrageous arrest of Tommy and the threat it poses. You and others might not realize how it sounds, but it’s coming through loud and clear.

        We’ll make sure the Enemy knows we’re onto to their game, Tommy will survive and the movement will thrive.

        Bravo sierra sensational, defeatest talk is not for us. Let Alex Jones marinate in it; it suits him. Not us.

        • We’ll make sure the Enemy knows we’re onto to their game, Tommy will survive and the movement will thrive.

          I sincerely admire your optimism, yucki, and am doing my best to retain a sense of it myself. Let’s all stay strong.

  28. PORTLANDIA: White People Asked TPORTLANDIA: White People Asked To Donate Money To ‘Reparations Happy Hour’o Donate Money To ‘Reparations Happy Hour’

    Ah, Portland. Yes, it’s ever bit as flaky and weird as “Portlandia,” the fabulous TV show with Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein.

    Take this latest story from the granola city: Some hippy-dippy bleeding heart liberals with some serious cases of white guilt held a “Reparations Happy Hour” on May 21. They invited only people of color and, when each arrived, they were given a $10 bill (not exactly 40 acres and a mule).

    White people were asked to fund the event — but, of course, not to attend. (Can you imagine, mixing the races!?)

    • They invited only people of color and, when each arrived, they were given a $10 bill (not exactly 40 acres and a mule)…

      But every bit as condescending.

      Welcome to the “soft racism” of lowered expectations. Neither the organizer’s sense of White Guilt nor any sense of “reparations” on the part of attendees should of changed one whit.

      Those who allowed any change to happen from such a patronizing and contrived display of ostentation are the truly dangerous types that have been breathing their own exhaust for waaaaay tooo long.

      We’re ending up with cadres of Political Beleibers, all of about the same IQ as that Canadian boy toy and his fan base.

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