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Friday, January 01, 2100

BEYOND ANY REASONABLE DOUBT, the official 9/11 story is very very wrong.

Please see here for an overview of the 9/11 Frame-Up. Summary: they faked the plane crashes, they faked the videos, and they nuked the towers.

"The powers that be" are very sick, evil creatures.


Please note that "Anonymous Physicist", who has contributed articles here in the past, is a different person from "Spooked", the owner of this blog. Also please see here for a note regarding the commenting policy on this site.
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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Anarcho-Syndicalism Now!

Or not... but this is a nice review of what exactly socialism is:

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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

World War Syria

Syria was already hell, and now it is even worse.

Tensions across northern Syria are escalating sharply amid a series of clashes between external and internal powers, including Israel, Iran, Turkey, Russia and the Syrian government.
On Saturday, Israel shot down what it says was an Iranian drone that had entered Israel’s airspace after being launched in Syria.
Israel then mounted an attack on an Iranian command center in Syria, from where the drone was launched. One of the Israeli F-16 military jets was then downed by a Syrian government anti-aircraft missile.
Meanwhile, also in northern Syria on Saturday, a Turkish Army helicopter was shot down by U.S.-backed Syrian Kurdish YPG fighters near the Syrian Kurdish city of Afrin, where Turkey has launched a bombing and ground offensive.
All this comes as the United Nations is warning of soaring levels of civilian casualties in Syria.

And the US has at least 2,000 troops in Syria as well.

Meanwhile, the Trump administration is trying to start a war with Iran, on top of the ramped up tensions with North Korea: Lawrence Wilkerson: I Helped Sell the False Choice of War with Iraq; It’s Happening Again with Iran

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The Trump/GOP Scam Comes into Clearer Focus

Eugene Robinson lays out the big Trump lie:
The Trump administration is an aberration, an outrage, a threat to the nation’s very soul. But most of all, it’s a great big fraud.
Voters who thought President Trump would at least try to fulfill his populist, America-first campaign promises were cynically and cruelly deceived. Trump placates these supporters with rhetoric, distracts them with cultural warfare and encourages them to seek refuge in cultural chauvinism. What he doesn’t do for them is deliver. (snip)
Remember how the president promised a $1 trillion program to rebuild the nation’s roads, bridges, airports and railroads? Well, he claims to be doing even more — $1.5 trillion in infrastructure spending over the next decade. But the promise comes with little or no new federal money, which means it barely qualifies as an idle wish. Trump says he wants to spend just $200 billion over 10 years on infrastructure, with cities and states providing the rest. But mayors and governors don’t have $1.3 trillion lying around; ask them, if you don’t believe me. And since the $200 billion is supposed to come from savings elsewhere in the budget, Trump effectively plans to give with one hand and take away with the other.
Anyone who expected projects on the scale of Hoover Dam or the interstate highway system should realize that Trump will never come through, because he has no idea how. (snip)
Trump campaigned as the purported champion of a working class that was being robbed blind by dastardly elites. He has governed, however, as robber in chief. The tax bill that Republicans passed and Trump signed into law delivers the lion’s share of its benefits to corporations and the rich. The president hopes that middle-class taxpayers will be so transfixed by seeing a little more in their paychecks that they fail to notice how other costs, such as health care, are rising because of his policies.
Trump has changed GOP dogma in one regard: The party no longer even pretends to stand for fiscal responsibility. Republicans are apparently wild-eyed Keynesians now, cutting taxes and boosting spending in an attempt to stimulate the economy. Trump anticipates ballooning the national debt by $7 trillion over the next decade.
House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.), a supposed champion of small government and balanced budgets, goes along like a little mouse.
Trump drew loud cheers at his campaign rallies when he complained about the high cost of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, saying all that money would be better spent at home. But the deal he signed last week will increase defense spending by $195 billion over the next two years, and his budget director suggested the military could get even more. (snip)
The president pledged to maintain or strengthen the social safety net, but — sit down, you won’t believe this — he lied. His budget cuts $554 billion in Medicare spending over 10 years, which is of concern to anyone over 65. It cuts up to $250 billion in Medicaid spending, which has implications for anybody who has a loved one in a nursing home. Trump wants to cut $214 billion from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, better known as food stamps, a vital source of help for the working poor.
The idea of Donald Trump as some sort of Man of the People was laughable from the start — a boastful plutocrat who lives in a gold-plated aerie above Fifth Avenue, claiming lunch-bucket solidarity with factory workers and coal miners. He sold it, though, largely by cementing a racial and cultural kinship and shamelessly misrepresenting his intentions.
Trump tells little lies all the time. But this is the Big Lie that must be constantly exposed between now and the November election: Trump is worsening society’s bias in favor of the wealthy — and laughing at the chumps who put him in office.

The GOP is bankrupting us by driving up Federal debt and slashing away at the only decent parts of the Federal government. It's evil and sickening. They HAVE to go.
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Saturday, February 10, 2018

"Love and Saucers"

I watched this movie that I mentioned in my previous post.

It was actually really good--- very well done and the overwhelming feeling I got is that Huggins would not be painting these paintings unless something very real happened to him. The paintings as a whole, are incredible, and just speak to something very real, even if they are the most wild thing imaginable.

Here are some screenshots from the movie, showing more of his paintings.

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Tuesday, February 06, 2018

‘I Lost My Virginity To Alien Lover’, Claims Artist David Huggins

Awesome story here.

There's also a recent movie made about him.

It might be just laughed off if not for his hundreds of detailed paintings depicting alien sexual coupling and hybrid babies and other wild stuff.

A lot more of the paintings can be seen on google.
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Trump Russia Updates

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Dictator Wannabe Trump Wants a Military Show Parade

Trump’s ‘marching orders’ to the Pentagon: 

Plan a grand military parade


So fucking pathetic-- how small is his dick, anyway?
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Thursday, January 25, 2018

Trump's Massive Stupidity and Arrogance Destroys Decades of US Global Power

And the brain-dead GOP just fucking goes along with him.

This is a devastating strategic assessment of how Trump, in just one year, has probably single-handedly fatally weakened the US economic and military empire.

The closing paragraphs:
Quite understandably, many Americans have focused on the damage Trump’s first months in office have done domestically, from opening pristine wilderness areas and offshore waters to oil and natural gas drilling to threatening access to medical care, skewing the progressive tax code to favor the rich, cancelling net neutrality, and voiding environmental protections of every sort. Most if not all of these regressive policies can, however, be repaired or reversed if the Democrats ever take control of Congress and the White House.
Trump’s strikingly inept version of one-man diplomacy in the context of America’s ongoing global decline is an altogether different matter. World leadership lost is never readily recovered, particularly when rival powers are prepared to fill the void. As Trump undercuts the US strategic position at the axial ends of Eurasia, China is pressing relentlessly to displace the United States and dominate that vast continent with what New York Times correspondent Edward Wong calls “a blunt counterpoint…synonymous with brute strength, bribery and browbeating.”
In just one extraordinary year, Trump has destabilized the delicate duality that has long been the foundation for US foreign policy: favoring war over diplomacy, the Pentagon over the State Department, and narrow national interest over international leadership. But in a globalizing world interconnected by trade, the Internet, and the rapid proliferation of nuclear-armed missiles, walls won’t work. There can be no Fortress America.

So, a couple things here I should clarify.

First, I have in the past railed against the "American Empire" and America's wars and our insane amount of military spending, which 9/11 had a lot to do with, of course.

But here's the thing, despite the horrible things we've done, America has been and CAN be a force for good in the world-- the US can use its power wisely and fight for human rights. That means of course, not running events like 9/11 and not getting involved in horrible and costly wars such as Vietnam and Iraq.

Personally I would prefer a world where the US is dominant, over a world where China is running the economy.

But the other thing is right now, we are losing global power under Trump, but still running an absolutely massive military, and spending way too much of our tax dollars on the military.

So let's get serious-- either we really show leadership in the world and keep our massive military and running the global economy-- or we completely downsize our military presence. Because spending money on the world's biggest military while we have a shrinking influence in world affairs is INSANE.

Also, it's worth noting that RUSSIA BENEFITS FROM A WEAKENED USA ON THE WORLD STAGE. What a coincidence!

But our current president is in fact, insane.
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33 of the Day

133 People Publicly Confronted The Doctor Who Sexually Abused Young Women...

An “army of survivors,” many of them US Olympic gymnasts, each got a chance to address Dr. Larry Nassar over seven days, leading to dozens of powerful statements.
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In Rare Move of Honesty, the NSA Removes Honesty and Trust from It's Values Statement

Ironically, the most honest thing the NSA has done since its founding might just be deleting the word "honesty" from its statement of core values, in January 12th's revisions to the earlier version that also once included "openness."
The new version also abandons the goals of attaining "great trust" from the public -- the new version purges all mentions of "trust," "honor" and "openness."

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Wednesday, January 24, 2018

In These Times...

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