Friday, July 22, 2016

The Great Trump Debate


"Global Anti-Trump Coverage Proves the Matrix Is Real

(Truthstream Media)

Hey America, have you noticed it?

The media has actually created a magical, artificial “news bubble” around us like a mythical rainbow unicorn where nothing else is happening in the world besides what would appear to be all-out WORLDWIDE anti-Trump propaganda spewing from every corner and crack of the planet, as if American citizens live in a tiny box where the only news that’s happening right now is how evil, horrible, and hated by the American Establishment, world leaders, movie stars, etc. Trump is. (Which, by the way, just makes everyone want to vote for him more, so if this is a reverse psychology plot to destroy the GOP so Hillary takes it, then bravo, it’s working.)

The propaganda is so thick, if you watch it too long you might go blind.

The fact that these same reporters across the country on both sides of the political aisle and even across the world in countries where America’s presidential elections shouldn’t matter can sit up there on TV and find it within themselves to pretend to be shocked and outraged by Trump’s rhetoric now, as if that’s the worst possible thing in the whole world that he… says… WORDS…

When they sit up there night after night and pointedly fail to care about our so-called leaders ripping our constitution and bill of rights to shreds and destroying our country in every way possible while drone striking thousands of innocent civilians in unconstitutional offensive wars without due process as they empire-build across the Middle East is beyond laughable…

It’s quite possibly all the proof you need we really are living in the Matrix, because this manufactured outrage in a news bubble where nothing else is happening besides Trump hate simply cannot be reality.

Consider this. The Establishment realizes how hated and loathed it is. They know people are fed up with post-9/11 America. With the Bushes. With the Clintons. With Obama. With the Cronyism running the show. Jeb Bush couldn’t even pretend to hang in this race because of how obvious it was made from all corners of the political spectrum that no one in America wants another Bush anywhere near the White House after what his family has done to this country. He was resorting to paying people $25 to attend his rallies by the end of it.

And now, even though Hillary essentially has the entire mainstream media acting as her PR firm, she is barely beating Bernie Sanders in the primaries (primaries which we all know are rigged… come on, improbable coin tosses and card flips?). Even her own “supporters” at her rallies look only slightly more enthusiastic about voting for her than comatose accident victims. That’s how bad Hillary really is. She can have the whole media at her disposal slanting all of their coverage her way, overlooking her crimes left and right, and STILL no one wants her so she can show up and essentially be an Obama third term, a platform she’s actually been running on lately.

The Establishment, however, does want her. And it realized long ago that voter turn out was set to be the LOWEST it has been in quite possibly the history of the entire country. But what does an unpopular rich kid bully do when no one will show up to his party? He invites a movie star. So now Trump shows up to the party and people are coming out of the woodwork on every corner to continue to legitimize this puppet-picking-process with their vote (as if anyone’s vote actually counts). They are starting to see how truly ridiculous it all is and that if you get down to brass tacks, there isn’t one good choice up there… but if Trump is going to piss all over the GOP’s parade and if they hate him so much, they think, well hell, I’ll vote for him! (The Establishment also realizes this, by the way.)

We sat through a conversation between our moms the other night, people who have been living in this country a lot longer than us, and both of them kept remarking how they’ve never in their lifetimes seen an election like this. The depths to which these political “leaders” are sinking… The lack of professionalism in the process that normally appears so slick, so polished and so official, has now been transformed to an Idiocracy-level bread and circuses sideshow.

Once they push everyone’s buttons, buttons they’ve spent years deciphering, and once they get people reacting to their corrupt “politricks” from an emotional standpoint, to responding on impulse rather than logic, they’ve got you.

Take a deep breath and think for a moment. If the elite had really declared a “war on Trump,” they wouldn’t be giving him $1.9 billion in free airtime/advertising their “hate” for him so much, putting it on display for the masses who they realize hate them. No press is bad press, remember. And the more they do it, the more they know the disillusioned people will beg for Trump. How very Hegelian. We’ve seen comments of people talking about Trump like he’s the second coming of Jesus, coming to save America… a lot like Obama supporters begged for and believed in Obama’s promises of hope and change. How is that working out for them now?

What’s happening in the media re: Trump is just like the Simpsons episode where the billboards come to life and try to kill us all… the only way to stop them is to look away! Somewhere, something important is happening right now that actually matters in this world unrelated to Trump and the faux election.

In the meantime, while we can’t ignore Trump’s Clinton ties or the fact that he has some really terrible stances on the surveillance state (he’s voiced support for restoring the Patriot Act, for just one example), we also can’t blame people for getting behind Trump because for those who haven’t quite fully grasped yet just how absolutely gamed this whole system is, this situation is a huge wake up call to just how tyrannical the Establishment has become.

It looks like people are actually waking up to it… but November is going to be a painful for a populace who still believes their vote counts.


To help you see through the smokescreen:


"Mike Gleason: It is my privilege now to welcome in Michael Rivero, founder and editor of Michael is a talk radio host and a prolific commentator on geopolitics, financial markets, and many other topics, and it's great to have him back with us today. Michael, thanks again for joining us.

Michael Rivero: Thank you for having me.

Mike Gleason: Well, Michael this is the first time we've had you on since December, and an awful lot has happened, most notably on the political front now that we're deep into the presidential primary season. And boy, this sure is shaping up to be a wild year, and the big story has been the inability of the Republican establishment to bring forth a candidate the GOP voters want to get behind. Now earlier this week, Marco Rubio dropped out of the race, and now we're down to just two contenders, one conservative who fought the political establishment since being elected by Texans to the U.S. Senate, and one establishment guy who serves as Ohio's governor, and those are the only two left to challenge the front runner, Donald Trump. So before we get into the financial and economic ramifications of all this, is Trump unstoppable?

Michael Rivero: Unfortunately, sadly Trump is very stoppable at this point. He is not going to be able to get enough delegates to secure a first ballot victory. And we're already hearing talk from inside the GOP party leadership that they're simply going to change the rules around to allow the GOP party leadership to pick the candidate they want, and we have some of these GOP leaders like Curly Haugland who are out there point blank telling the Republican voters it's not up to you anymore. "We will pick the candidate and all you're good for is money and votes, and it's none of your business who the candidate is going to be." They've been trying to use the Ron Paul method to get Donald Trump out. That isn't working. Push comes to shove, if Trump does succeed in getting enough delegates and support, they may even try to assassinate him. But at this point it looks like there's going be a brokered convention, and the GOP leadership is going to throw out all the existing rules.

There's talk that they're going to try and install Jeb Bush as the candidate. They were floating the idea of Mitt Romney. John Boehner was suggesting Paul Ryan, but Paul Ryan has already said he's not really interested in doing that. The upshot of this is that if the GOP leadership does not get behind Donald Trump, they're for all intents and purposes handing the White House to Hillary Clinton, because the division within the GOP party is at the point where rank and file Republicans are saying if they don't get Donald Trump, they are not going to support whoever the GOP party leadership puts on out there. And of course, this plays to Hillary's advantage.

Now, you need to remember early in her career, Hillary Clinton worked on and was fired from the Watergate committee investigating Richard Nixon's skullduggery during his re-election campaign, so she has had a close education on election dirty tricks and she's using every one of them, and she's basically replaying Richard Nixon's re-election strategy. She's trying to sabotage any GOP candidate who might stand a chance against her, and engineer that she's going to run against some GOP hack that she can just steamroll over.

Mike Gleason: We're hearing about massive protests against Trump now that it appears he's maybe the voters' choice. Clearly he's an outspoken guy and many don't agree with what he has to say, but why do you think the public outcry is both so broad and intense? It's coming from the political left, other nations, and obviously from the Republican establishment itself. Why is that happening?

Michael Rivero: Well Donald Trump has his own money. He can't be bought. He's not taking donations from large corporations and vested interests. He is an anti-establishment candidate, and that is his strength and his threat. The agenda going into the November general election was to have two presidential candidates who were both in favor of pursuing the war agenda, and then you have Donald Trump standing up saying, wouldn't it be nice to go back to being friends with Russia and China, and just do business with them and do deals and piece new commerce. And that is a serious threat to the current status quo inside the United States. His promise to be neutral on the issue of Israel and Palestine has scared the Israeli government. They want a president that they absolutely know will do what they're told to do, and Donald Trump is not that man.

There's an even more fundamental issue out there, and that is that Donald Trump is not a career politician, and that's very attractive. He comes out of the world of business where if you don't keep your word, you are out of business. And that's in stark contrast to professional politicians who lie about everything from the moment they get up to the moment they go to bed, and that's just accepted behavior. So while you may not agree with everything Donald Trump says, and I don't, you know it's what he really feels and what he's really going to act on. He's not out there saying one day that he's going to shut down all the coal producers in the country to placate the global warming crowd, and then 24 hours later telling coal miners, well yes, there's a place in the future for you, which is what Hillary did last week.

So people understand that Trump, what they see is what they're going to get with Donald Trump, and mostly it's an anti-establishment vote. Trump is a reactionary president. If the U.S. government were doing the proper job for the American people and the American nation, and they weren't plundering us all to pay for wars of conquest and prop up Wall Street and Israel, Donald Trump's campaign would be a joke because of his brashness and his character. But the people are responding to him because they get this sense the man is very real. They're going to Donald Trump because he's not Jeb Bush and he's not Ted Cruz and he's not Hillary Clinton, and that's why the establishment is terrified of him.

If Trump were to win the White House, it could signal the end of the neo-con agenda. It could signal the end of taxpayer-funded propping up of Wall Street. Donald Trump has been through ups and downs in business. He understands that's the way it's supposed to work. A Donald Trump presidency would stand back and say, all right. Wall Street banks wrecked themselves. Let them collapse and make way for new banks that are going to have better fiscal sense, and for the entrenched money powers, that is definitely a problem.

Now a big opponent to Donald Trump, of course, is George Soros, who's pouring millions of his dollars into trying to defeat Trump. In fact, George Soros is funding, and is openly bragging that they are the ones organizing and orchestrating these anti-Trump protests in places like Chicago. And Chicago's mayor, Rahm Emanuel, who used to work in the Clinton White House, literally ordered a reduction of police at that Trump rally so that the protest could get out of control to make Trump, and also to make Bernie Sanders look bad, because the protesters were told to chant "Bernie, Bernie, Bernie" to get Trump and Bernie into a mudslinging contest, which is again going to benefit Hillary Clinton.

So George Soros is a big promoter of this idea of a one-world government, of dropping all borders. His nongovernmental organizations have been behind luring refugees into Europe and coercing politicians to drop the borders. He's a big supporter of amnesty for illegal immigrants and refugees here in the United States of America, which our economy really cannot survive at this particular point. And Donald Trump is not going along with this New World Order, one planet, one massless, faceless lump of humanity to be workers and support the oligarchs. So Soros is dead set against letting Trump become president because Trump is going to reinforce our borders and he's going to work on the American nation, making the United States function and let the rest of the world take care of itself, and Soros is very much opposed to Donald Trump at this point.

Mike Gleason: Switching gears now, certainly the markets have been quite volatile this year. We saw stocks start out very poorly, perhaps as a response to the uncertainty in the election. Then as it became less likely that the Fed would raise rates, we got a rally, and then this week, we had the Fed coming out and saying they project only two interest rate increases this year instead of four, which gave the markets another boost. Through it all, gold has been the best performing asset and has done well both during the first month or so when stocks were selling off, getting a safe haven bid, but gold and silver are looking good now also as stocks have rebounded. So what do you make of the market action so far this year, Michael?

Michael Rivero: Well unfortunately we're seeing a lot of manipulation and rigging in the paper markets, and governments are looking the other way because they're trying to make everything look good, especially here in the United States during an election year. We're just finding out now that the investigation into that five trillion dollar a day Forex rigging scandal in Britain has now been dropped. They admit they found evidence of criminality, but they're saying, well “we're not likely going to have a successful prosecution, so we're just going to let them get away with it.” And it’s reached the point where the rigging is so intense that the normal technical analysis by which investors would predict what the market is going to do is breaking down. And as a result, a lot of small independent investors are already getting out of the stock market, and much of what you're seeing is basically churning between the Wall Street banks and the large corporations flipping blocks of stock back and forth, trying to keep those number high. Because if there is a correction, there's a couple of things that are going to happen.

First of all, because gold and silver are looking so attractive right now, people are thinking seriously about closing those negative interest rate savings accounts and getting into metals, and the paper equities market and the government are trying to figure out some way to stop that, which is why they're talking now about a cashless society. If there's a correction, people are going to dump their stocks, again going back into metals as a reliable store of value. And more importantly, all of these financial institutions that have been part of this plunge protection team since the Bill Clinton administration, they're holding huge blocks of heavily overvalued stocks on their books right now, so they're kind of stuck. They have to do whatever they think it's going to take to keep those stock market numbers up, because if there is a correction, many of those corporations are going to be instantly insolvent overnight, and it's going to make 2008 look like a minor speed bump in comparison.

So all of these little emergency measures and bailouts and bail-ins and TARP and rigging which were supposed to be temporary emergency measures, they've now become absolute necessities. Wall Street is now addicted to this pattern of fraudulently rigging the numbers. One of the most obvious examples, of course, is the continued claim that we only have a 5 or 6% unemployment number when we have ninety three million Americans in this country willing and able to work who have not been able to find jobs for years. And the books are cooked by taking those long-term unemployed and putting them into a separate category, and the unemployment numbers are only those people who've lost jobs in the last few weeks, and that's how they make the numbers look good. Again, this is an election year and the incumbents are trying to protect their positions in power, and lying to the public gets them what they want up until the public wakes up and says we know we're being lied to, and we're just not going to listen to you any longer.

Again, silver and gold are looking good. There has been rigging trying to keep those numbers down in order to keep people in their savings accounts and the equities markets. But there's going to come a  point where that rigging simply is not going to be able to work any longer, and people are going to buy into gold because the price is being held down, not because they expect the price to go up, but because they know the price is not going to go down anywhere near as much as the paper markets when there is a correction.

Mike Gleason: Certainly things would be a whole lot different there if we focused on the labor participation rate instead of the phony unemployment rate like you said. The Fed is between a rock and a hard place, and they've done nothing but backpedal since the tiny rate hike they did in December. What impact do you see all of this having on inflation because obviously they want more of it. Do you think we're going to get it?

Michael Rivero: I think it's going to be inevitable. Basically the response by the Federal Reserve and the government to any new economic crisis is create a whole new bunch of money and paper over the problem, and at some point that inflationary pressure is going to start having an effect on ordinary Americans. It already is to an extent. Food prices are certainly up. Oil prices and gas prices would be up if it hadn't been for that ill-considered oil price war against the Russian economy. So it's hard for a lot of people to see that inflationary pressures are starting to manifest themselves in the real world, as it were. But all anybody needs to do is walk down the main street of their town or city, looking at it as if they were a tourist from another place, looking at the cracks in the pavement, the rust and corrosion, the huge number of retail vacancies that are showing up, to understand that this nation's economy is still in serious trouble.

We've allowed our manufacturing to decline in quantity and quality. The rest of our world does not want our GMO agriculture. Right now the only thing holding up the U.S. economic system is the world continuing to use the U.S. dollar for cross-border trade and banking and buying and selling of natural resources, but as more and more countries are drifting away from using the dollar, that is starting to come apart. And this is the reason why the U.S. is invading so many countries, trying to send a message to the rest of the world that “you will go on using our dollar off of which we make a piece of your action, or we will start dropping bombs on you.”

That's what happened with Iraq. In 2002, Iraq got United Nations permission to sell Iraq's oil for the euro instead of the dollar. One year later, screaming nuclear weapons of mass destruction, which never existed, the U.S. invaded Iraq, killed Saddam Hussein, and put Iraq's oil back on the world market, but only for the U.S. dollar. The same thing happened in Libya, where Gaddafi threw out their private central bank, he established a state central bank and a value based currency, the gold dinar, and then he announced that Libya's oil was only going to be for sale for the gold dinar. So the U.S. goes on it there, kicks up what they called a revolution, kills Gaddafi, puts Libya's oil back on the world market, but only for the U.S. dollar, shuts down the state bank, imposes a private central bank, and the gold for the gold dinar has now vanished.

Mike Gleason: We've talked about the war on cash with you in prior interviews, and you alluded to it a little bit earlier. And it does seem to be picking up some steam both here in the U.S. and in Europe with the talk of eliminating some of the larger bills in circulation. What's the latest news on the war on cash, Michael?

Michael Rivero: Well they're trying to start with the larger bills under the excuse that this is going to somehow limit crime and terrorism and drug dealing, which it absolutely will not, but the end goal is for all of our money to be under their control in their banks where they can dip into it whenever they want, whenever they hit a cash shortage. And this, of course, is the ultimate goal of all private central banking, is all the money and all the real wealth in the hands of the bankers and all the debt is dropped onto the people to make us their slaves. It's literally a revival of the feudalist system from the  Middle Ages.

And at this point when they ban cash, I would expect that they're going to ban private ownership of precious metals at the same time. In fact, they will try and ban any portable store of value that they cannot have direct control over. And there is obviously among ordinary people a tremendous resistance to this idea. When somebody goes to work and they get paid, they want to put their cash in their pocket, which gives them the freedom to do whatever they want with it. When you have a cash-free society and you run that little plastic card, the bank may contact your health insurance company which says “no, no, you're not allowed to buy a sugar doughnut on the way home from work because you're borderline diabetic.” I mean, that's how draconian and totalitarian the control is going to be in a cashless society.

Mike Gleason: Gold has outperformed silver this year, which is unusual when the metals are rising because usually the whites lead the yellow, as our friend, David Morgan, the Silver Guru, told us last week in our interview with him. So do you think silver might play some catch-up?

Michael Rivero: It's hard to say. A lot of it has to do with the industrial uses of silver, and I know silver took a hit during the transition from chemical-based photography to digital photography, but it is catching up again. It's hard to say which is going to outperform the other. Frankly, anybody who's investing in metals ought to play the diversification role and have some of every little bit, silver, gold, platinum, maybe even a little copper, and I know copper is still looked down on as a lesser metal, but then when I was a kid, copper is what we made the plumbing out of. That was what you bought at the hardware store. Now it's being put out in bars and rounds for investment, and in enough volume, it could be a player as well.

Mike Gleason: As we begin to close here, Michael, any closing thoughts about the economy or the markets or the election?

Michael Rivero: Well at this point, our entire economy is in serious, serious trouble, and because of globalism, the entire global private central banking network is in serious trouble, and that's why they're hitting the panic button on so many fronts. Some years ago, I wrote an article called, "The Eleventh Marble," which was an illustration of the basic fundamental flaw of private central banks which issue the public currency as a loan at interest, and that is, of course, that this system creates more debt than money with which to pay the debt until the debt swells to a point that it collapses the system. And that's pretty much where we are right now. There was apparently this Wall Street economist who wrote a long article about why I was wrong on "The Eleventh Marble," but I think history has sort of vindicated that position.

The entire system has to come down eventually. No private central bank-based system has ever perpetuated because they're not designed to be stable over time. They're designed to grab all the real wealth of a nation and put it in the pockets of the bankers, and saddle the people with debt in order to reduce them to a condition of slavery. It's a system of governance. It's a system of enslavement. It's ruled by bank debt, and it's no more legitimate a form of governance than rule by divine right or rule by slavery, and like those previous failed systems, it only works as long as people allow themselves to be brainwashed into believing this is the way the world is supposed to be.

When we all become private central bank heretics and say “we're just not going to listen to this religion of private central banking that you've created,” the system is going to come crashing down, and then we can go back to an economic model that works for the nation and its people, which is, of course, the economic system the United States was founded on. Unfortunately, politicians are corruptible, and three times in our history politicians have sold us back into that same predatory banking model that we fought the Revolution to be free of. The First and Second Banks of the United States, and now, of course, the third bank of the United States, otherwise known as the Federal Reserve.

Mike Gleason: Yeah, it'll be interesting to see if we can actually see some real change without some sort of crisis event taking place. I have my doubts on that personally. I think we are headed towards that, as you do as well.



"The Protocols of Zion and the World Wide Zionist Conspiracy against Humanity.

Dog Poet Transmitting.......

I don't know how many times the public can be fooled about those who come out of backgrounds completely opposed to their welfare and expect that these caricatures of a human being would suddenly be transformed into a force for the good of humanity. The public has been driven mad by their gullibility to the voice of the media and we know who owns that. Meanwhile, the Muslim world has been promoted as the global bad guy. The global bad guy is the banks, the media and Israel who controls the first two, with the help of their paid or compromised lackeys.

This is not to say that there are not representatives among the Muslim community who are examples of some of the most reprehensible behavior around ...but in every case, these representatives and the countries they live in are allied with Israel. Presently we are watching “London has Fallen”. The entire plot line is predictable and it is a transparent fabrication by the Zionist Satanic cabal to paint someone else as what they themselves are.

You really need to be able to read between the lines. You need to read what their media says about certain, alleged free thinking and independent candidates. The things said in this article are things I am already familiar with. Until the world collectively stands up to its greatest single enemy, nothing good is going to happen.

No country or collection of countries have killed as many people in the last century as has a much smaller group of these infernal fiends. I don't care what argument anyone proposes to give me. My point is proven by facts. Whining victim lines do not impress me. Phony holocausts to create a perception of victimization does not impress me. Being thrown out of every country in the world and sometimes more than once, does not impress me that each and every time this was, according to them, never their fault. Killing tens of millions in Russia and elsewhere impresses and horrifies me. Being behind nearly all of the real holocausts of the last century and more ...does impress me that they are monsters and I am not afraid to say this. As Mother Rothschild said, “If my sons did not want war, there would be no war.”

Trump and all the rest of the candidates know that Israel did 9/11 but none of them can open their mouth because they are ALL owned. Under NO CIRCUMSTANCES do ANY of these candidates give a flying fuck about the rest of the human race. I am appalled at the hysteria that has arisen around this dissension circus that talks about punching out protesters and causing riots and all the rest of the xenophobic chatter he's been mouthing since he got the prominence he craves more than breath. His talk about Mexicans and Muslims is in direct service to the ones actually responsible for the conditions he insists that he is going to fix. It's all the same old divide and conquer that it has always been.

Trump claims that he saw thousands of Muslims celebrating the 9/11 attacks in New Jersey. He had said that there should be a Muslim data base and that their mosques should be shut down. It is the international Protocols of Zion, Zionist Conspiracy that is behind everything everyone else is accused of but most people are too stupid to see this and when they do they are too cowardly to say anything about it.

The Muslims are not behind the major terror operations of these times. It is the Zionist controlled governments of the world who are behind it; all those Crown Colony locations, the US and Israel and their satellite catamites. This is provably so. Of course there are those Janjaweed crazies and the Boko Harum but I suggest you follow the money as far as what they are, what they do and who they take their orders from. Cui Bono period!

People are more or less able to come around here and say that I don't know what I'm talking about, or that rich people are the salvation of the world, or that they create thousands of jobs so it doesn't matter how amoral they are; they are doing good. One could say that McDonald's has done great work. They created millions of jobs. What kind of jobs? They fed millions of people billions of times; fed them with what? Coca Cola has done similar. Monsanto employs all kinds of people. The US government is one of the biggest employers around. The US government employs millions of soldiers, mercenaries and intelligence agents who go to foreign lands and kill people who are unable to defend themselves. They do it for the greater glory of Israel, under the guise of serving their country and when someone catches on and begins to open their mouth, like Pat Tillman, they kill them.

Our real heroes have consistently been marginalized, slandered, assassinated and we all give them lip service but few of us aspire to be like them.

I don't like Trump. I do not believe him. He is a loudmouthed buffoon that is actively working to create what you will see this summer. The moneychangers who control him and all the other feckless shit heels are the banks that funnel the money for all the evil we see domestically and abroad every day. Any one of these candidates would have fueled 'Fast and Furious' and then blamed the cartels. I am no fan of cartels of any kind but I understand the power of money and I understand what that means when you can print it at will and then loan it out, or give it to your kind and those who serve you for the purpose of world wide control over the lives of those who are in no position to oppose you because they are lacking the true leadership among their fellows to bring about the kind of dramatic change that is necessary. One need only to read the words of those who founded the USA to see the warnings they gave about the very people I am talking about today.

There are three ways that one becomes a Satanist; by intention, indifference and by ignorance. Most would never consider themselves that but I say... in the words of one of our greatest teachers, who was also taking about the same group; “by their works ye shall know them.”

Daily we encounter propaganda like this. Even though various eyewitnesses have described the attackers as tall white men with a military bearing. Then we heard all that garbage about Charlie Hedebo but they don't tell you who owns the magazine. Then... just like Larry Silverfish and the triple towers, the oddest thing happened.

It's the beauty of the internet. For every reference there are countless corroborations, refutations and obfuscations. You have to know where to look. Eventually you find that someone did the hard work of finding out and a whole lot of bullshit artists who work for the guys who did it ...have nothing convincing to say. It is like going to Popular Mechanics about 9/11 or NIST.

I'm tired of the lies. I run into them every day. I have to deal with some of the dumbest arguments in defense of whatever new face the predators throw in front of me and I also have to deal with being told I am intolerant and not obliging toward the fatuous arguments presented to me. I don't have the time and inclination to do this. If that makes me intolerant and not as understanding as everyone might wish, that's too bad. I can't hold everyone's hand and say things like, “I understand how you feel and I want you to know that I appreciate what you have to say and I know that there is every possibility that you are correct and I apologize for having an opposing view. It is probably the result of my bad breeding. I will endeavor in the future to seek to convince myself more in the favor of your viewpoint.” I don't have the time and inclination. I'm not good at that kind of thing.

Truth be told, there are a lot of things I am not very good at and one of them is practicing diplomacy when I am in the presence of lies. I can't do it. I know people have come and gone here. Some of that has been because I didn't handle the dialogue as well as I might have. Believe me I have struggled with this but I don't miss anyone because of it. These things happen. Things fall apart, people pass away, or pass on, or go wherever they go. I don't worry about it. I just get up every morning and do my job. I may not do it as effectively as I someday might but it is the best I can manage at the moment.

One thing I can say is that it is not possible to bullshit me. A guru actually said that. I don't know if he was a real guru but a lot of people thought he was and still think he is. That is my particular problem. I cannot close my eyes or my heart. I refuse to. May the ineffable open all of our eyes to the truth within us and the dangers in our midst.

End Transmission.......


"From Summers of Love to Summers of Rage.

Dog Poet Transmitting.......

It's one of those slow news Thursdays, which are not much different from any other slow news day. It just happens to be Thursday so it gets the prefix. This creates a dilemma for me. What do I talk about? We've already talked about nearly everything, backwards and forwards. We might have made some points here and there and we might have missed the point now and again but at least we showed up and one of my least favorite movie directors of all time said that that was the larger portion of success at anything; you simply show up.

Ted Cruz has gone all out on Monsanto as world savior. This caused him to take a massive hammering in the polls, which is as it should be and The Dark Act got shot down, surprisingly enough. Mr. Apocalypse's hand is all over the place these days. Obama wants to put yet another Noahide junkie on the Supreme Court. Trump is going to give a major speech to AIPAC. The more things change but don't change, the more they remain the same.

For reasons known only to themselves, many of the larger alternative websites, websites we used to be linked on, until we started talking too much about the ineffable and not conforming to the unknown requirements of these webmasters... who are now exhibiting all kinds of strange behavior; not the least of these is the gung ho Trump cheerleading that is going on at each of these sites. The way they are arranging their headlines is interesting. Oh... it could all be easily explained as simply an expression of their sincere political beliefs but it doesn't explain the outright ignoring of all the combustible statements being made by Trump.

Now... at various college campuses here and there, black activists are calling for white genocide and also saying that if Trump is elected there will be mass insurgencies to plunge the Untied States into social chaos. Some of these events are already in the planning stages. It's being said that the Trump Circus is working to the advantage of Clinton. Then it looks like someone who used to be affiliated with Cruz is now working for Trump and there is some kind of hot and bothered sex scandal about to break on the Cruz campaign.

One can reasonably predict that anything is possible to happen in this climate of acrimony and smoldering rage. Into the midst of it all comes the money of Satanist George Soros, pushing for race wars and any available confusion that can be generated. One of those summers of rage is definitely on the menu at the moment and it is also to be expected that forms of violence are being plotted by the CIA and all the other alphabet agencies that are under the control of the Mossad, or at least heavily influenced by it and the Banker Crime Nation of Israel.

It's like watching a movie. Everything taking place is so predictable. At various points behind the scenes, powerful individuals and groups are pushing from various points to various ends. All that matters to them is that they get what they want by whatever means are necessary.

Huge change is in the air. In some cases this is due to the force of vested interests, trying to either maintain control over what they already have or trying to get more and more of what they don't yet have. From another direction there is the force of a large body of the public that is pressed up against material circumstance and which is frustrated, frightened and angry. Another source are the cabals in the dark shadows of the astral plane who are in command of the first group mentioned and who exert some degree of force on everyone, except those who are influenced by the realms of light. The realms of light are in a greater command of everything than any other concern but... people are made free to make their own choices and people are easily deceived and this accounts for why things are the way they are when they don't have to be. Smoke and mirrors... smoke and mirrors.

Any clear eyed and reasonable person who is also in possession of a certain level of intelligence knows how messed up Trump is. The incendiary statements that he makes are all designed to feed off of the public outrage and dissatisfaction. He is whipping the crowds into a frenzy and the Israeli driven socialist drivel of Bernie Sanders is set up in counterpoint to Trump. This leaves Hillary as the real winner which is the intention of the divide and conquer, Hegelian operatives that set it all in motion and manipulate it toward some desired end.

Trump's campaign message and inflammatory rhetoric is all designed for specific purposes to create the kind of setting that will usher in a state of fascism and if they can generate enough conflict they can create chaos and then come down on it with all the repressive tactics that they are convinced are at their disposal. This is happening world wide at the moment and the tactics from gratuitous wars, to massive migrations to economic pressures are all easily seen.

Crazy is the new sane. The flat earthers are showing up again and foaming at the mouth about all kinds of things, including using the word, 'heliocentric' as a profanity. They are not showing up here though because they are no longer permitted to comment here. This might account for the rage in their tone. We are not going to provide a forum here for what is unquestionably lunacy. Still, we take some amount of satisfaction for working them up into a lather. They must be feeling the heat of the apocalypse on the backs of their necks.

It doesn't matter what the bad guys want and it doesn't matter how deceived the public might have been up to this point. It doesn't matter how much power it appears that Monsanto possesses or what Goldman Sacks gets up to. It is not in any of their hands and their grip is losing purchase by the day. This is the last gasp of the passing of the corruptions of this departing age. Of course eggs must be broken for the omelet to get made. Hard things will come to pass because too many people have their minds hard wired to long standing prejudices and walls of denial that WILL BE broken down. This cannot happen with tenderness and caring by the force of change that is presently operating. This force has a divine imperative and it will succeed in every way that it is meant to and nothing can stand against it.

If one resists this force of change, the steamroller will run right over you. One's relative suffering will be determined by the level of their resistance. This seems clear to me and so I am disposed not to resist or engage in tilting with windmills, or imaginary opponents, or groups of pissed off partisans of whatever temporary flag of manufactured outrage they have mustered under. The dialogue between segments of society has become increasingly caustic. People are angry. In many cases they don't know why they are angry. They just are. They have some ideas of why they are angry and who they are angry at but in either case, they are wrong.

Muslims and Mexicans are not the problem. The Zionist control of the United States is the problem. The fat cat corporatists are the problem. The bankers are the problem. George Soros and other servants of the infernal are the problem. In a short while, Trump will present himself at AIPAC and say what he knows they want to hear. He knows he cannot proceed otherwise. No one in the political arena is unaware of who pulls and opens the purse strings and who sets policy and who influences everyone else in the corridors of power.

Yes... these are dicey times and if one forms their images and conclusions based on appearances it looks all too grim but... conditions are being created and shaped by a will and intelligence outside the ken of the supposed movers and shakers of this world. No one has any clear idea of what is coming and will not until it is upon them. Time will tell and we shall see.

End Transmission.......


"The Stink Tanks, NGO's and Super Pox of Bat Shit Crazy Country.

Dog Poet Transmitting........

I would have to say, as is usually the case with most things manifesting out of the smoke filled boardrooms of Satan; "I don't know." I only feel atmospheres but atmospheres on the material plane, all have some degree of smoke, mist, or funny reflections in warped mirrors. It is the nature of the times; deception is everywhere. You hear one thing. It means something else and behind that is something else and eventually you come to Babylon astride the Beast.

Mark Glenn is a warrior for the right side of things. At least that has been my experience of his work. He is articulate and possesses finesse and an admirable depth of thought. I haven't had much interaction (none at all actually) over recent years but due to the widening gyre, things do fall apart and have been doing so more and more in these times of dispersion and dissension. In any case, due to an associate of his, I was sent this article and it has given me cause for thought. I hadn't put it together anything like that but I am a babe in the woods when it comes to the understanding of what these people get up to.

I don't know if these things are true or not but I can't argue with the writer's logic. From my place of observation, all of these front men and women are liars and not to be trusted but it could well be the result of my not getting it. From my place of observation, nothing less than a spontaneous revolution in the human heart and a dawning awareness upon the captive, collective mind is going to have any real, any positive, or any lasting effect and that can only be accomplished through the will of the ineffable and the appearance of the avatar into the slipstreams of human thought. This is all I have been able to come up with.

I recognize that my kind of thinking and the conclusions I come to are not expressions of the general trend of thought in a time of dense materialism but it is what I am left with.

I read an article about Trump recently where someone was questioning his foreign policy acumen and the person responding from the campaign said that, on the contrary, Trump meets weekly with his advisers and policy wanks (or is that 'wonks'?) and experts from Stink Tanks who inform him about what is what, according to the agenda of the Stink Tank. What most people don't get about Stink Tanks is that they are put together to come to certain conclusions over and over, regardless of the real facts. They adjust the facts, they shape the facts, to suit the points they want to make and big money is behind most of these Stink Tanks....


"In Pursuit of Everlasting Praise of the Everlasting.

Dog Poet Transmitting.......

The media does not like Donald Trump. That is reason enough to like him. The level of sabotage is impressive. I have never seen the like. When one factors in some of the surprisingly stupid things that Trump has said along the way, you have to wonder what is going on. He never had to say most of these things. He went far and away beyond what could have been indirectly implied and instead of so many of the damning specifics, he could have been more general. It isn't possible that he has been guided by and surrounded by morons, despite the barbarians, obviously, being inside the gate. That speech gaff, supposedly lifted whole cloth from the fatuous and lying words of Michelle Obama, was certainly engineered by disinfo specialists.

We said, long ago that Trump could well be a stalking horse for Hillary. It becomes more and more evident that that is the truth at some level. The whole truth can often be more complicated than the pattern of a Persian carpet (visible closes his eyes and sees 8 year old boys in Isfahan weaving them). It seems that we can never know the whole truth about anything, unless we were right there and there is no guarantee of that either. You may be sure that an undercover agent was responsible for the accused plagiarism in Melania's speech and the necessary recipients were informed of it as soon as it was concluded. I think I am going to go ahead and vote for Trump. I doubt he has my best interests at heart but I suspect he is more about doing business than making war. This is why the munitions manufacturers and all the rest of the pig in the trough specialists are working overtime and as indirectly as possible to derail him. One thing about the man of destiny meme; when it is supposed to happen it happens and I know they got a whole bunch of Hillary depth charges set to go off at the right moment later on. Unfortunately, there are government and Israeli banker financed acts of terror to go off at the same time. I don't think you have to worry about martial law, unless it looks like Trump will win and he needs to think about employing the same jackals that put Bush the Stupid in the White House.

You will note, hopefully....


Looks like you have a choice between being ripped apart by a cougar or hammered by a bear

May the ‘lesser evil’ prevail.