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The long-awaited Mueller Report on Trump campaign collusion with Russia has been submitted to the Attorney General. As expected, there was no collusion with Muh Russia. Two years of hyperventilating by Conservative Inc., Never Trumpers, and Democrats, ending with a whimper, not a bang. No surprise.

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/03/22/robert-mueller-submits-special-counsels-russia-probe-report-to-attorney-general-william-barr.html

“ISIS” is gone. All it took was for the US and its client states like Saudi Arabia – and the Zionist-occupation government in Palestine – to simply stop supporting “ISIS” and it disappeared – also with a whimper, not a bang. What “conspiracy sites” like Aryan Skynet proved correct, as usual. “ISIS” was a creation of Saudi, Israel, and the US. Saudi mercenaries, funded and trained by the Zionist empire, used to destabilize secular governments like Syria, Lebanon, and the Shia Crescent generally. Trump proved quite savvy on this one, refusing to be pulled into a confrontation with Russia, who put their foot…

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Somehow, AfriForum Deputy CEO Ernst Roets has managed to do what I previously would have thought impossible: he actually made a tedious documentary about the land expropriation crisis presently threatening to plunge South Africa into chaos. Unlike Lauren Southern’s Farmlands and Katie Hopkins’s Plaasmoorde: The Killing Fields, Roets’s new documentary Disrupted Land does not address the ongoing farm murder phenomenon and instead concerns itself specifically with the history of land ownership in South Africa. His previous film, Tainted Heroes, was an effectively disturbing exposé of the rise of Nelson Mandela and the terroristic ANC; but Disrupted Land, for all of its facts and figures and shots of expanses of soil, is woefully short on actual dirt.

Government bureaucrats’ promotion of expropriation without compensation is never attributed to any inspiration other than statist desire for centralization, so that much of the presentation’s talking-head argumentation…

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The Soviet psychologist F.V. Bassin summarized the official rejection of Freudian psychoanalysis behind the Iron Curtain as a matter of “the incompatibility of the entire methodology of Freudianism with generally accepted methods for the establishment of scientific data, the arbitrary character of psychoanalytic dogmas, the therapeutic ineffectiveness of the psychoanalytic method, the harm done to public health by psychoanalysis as a result of deflecting attention away from the true capacities of medicine and prophylaxis, the demoralizing influences spread by psychoanalysis, especially in the younger generation, which give the criticism the place of a leading social principle and encourage the very worst forms of decadent literature and art.” Bassin, as a good socialist, also objected to “the grossly biological explanation which psychoanalysis gives for sociological problems and the reactionary role which this point of view plays by masking the true causes of social disasters […] instead of concentrating on the tasks…

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My ownership of the Washington Post is a complexifier for me. It’s unavoidable that certain powerful people who experience Washington Post news coverage will wrongly conclude I am their enemy. President Trump is one of those people, obvious by his many tweets. — Jeff Bezos, “No thank you, Mr. Pecker”

Strom Thurmond was this southern Senator from North Carolina who was a strong segregationist, and you know who was always the big, big villain for the left, you know, the “racist.” Well, it turns out that when he was in his 20’s he fathered an illegitimate child with a black woman. After he died this was talked about, and all the people in the media and the political establishment said, oh yes, we knew about Strom’s love child. Everybody knew about it. Well, what does that mean? Well, that means that the entire political and media establishment had a piece…

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What, do I have to curl up in a ball in front of you? What happened to that boy is a tragedy, and it tears me up inside. What Todd did, you and I have done things that are just as bad. All the people that we’ve killed, Gale and the rest. If you believe that there’s a hell, I don’t know if you’re into that, but we’re already pretty much going there, right? But I’m not going to lie down until I get there. — Walter White, Breaking Bad [1]

The CIA relies on four basic human motivations, described by the acronym MICE: money, ideology, conscience and ego. Some agencies in the U.S. intelligence community, perhaps not realizing that MICE is already a plural word, insist on adding an S to the end for sex. But sexual entrapment is not a reliable recruitment technique. A blackmailed agent tends to…

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Of course Hipster Racist couldn’t just write a simple post about Kraft, Epstein, and espionage. He had to go and turn it into another piece of tawdry Hipster Racist fan fiction about tits and 9/11. I disavow!

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I’m a story-teller, not a philosopher. So here’s a fun story, with many details and all the names changed to protect the guilty.

When I was young, a teenager, I had a friend whose dad worked for the CIA. This isn’t as unusual as you would think. Pretty much everyone in the Washington DC area works for the government, the military-intelligence complex, or related contractors. My friend’s parents had gotten divorced when he was quite young and he rarely saw his dad. His contact with his father was pretty much restricted to a week or so visit every summer and some phone calls and letters, a situation which clearly upset him and caused all the typical problems a young man has with an absentee father. His father was supposedly pretty high up in the CIA, too, he had personally met George H. W. Bush, for instance.

So anyway just after…

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“America has a deep and dark history of people using the power of the prosecutor as an instrument of injustice,” writes Democratic presidential contender Kamala Harris in her recently published memoir The Truths We Hold: An American Journey. The former California attorney general and current U.S. senator continues:

I knew this history well – of innocent men framed, of charges brought against people of color without sufficient evidence, of prosecutors hiding information that would exonerate defendants, of the disproportionate application of the law. I grew up with these stories […] But history told another story, too.

I knew the history of brave prosecutors […] I knew the legacy of Robert Kennedy, who, as U.S. attorney general, sent Department of Justice officials to protect the Freedom Riders in 1961, and sent the U.S. Marshals to protect James Meredith when he enrolled at Ole Miss the next year.1

Kennedy, for…

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A guest post from quigleyfan

Carrol Quigley in a nutshell:

States (sovereign power) expands to the limits of its logistic ability. When “defense” reigns supreme, you end up with patchwork states, since the ability to project power is limited by an adversary’s ability to defend against it (which he can). When “offense” reigns supreme, you end up with an expansive state, that will extend as far as your ability to maintain supply lines, etc. Since we now have nukes and bioweapons capable of being deployed globally, for which there is essentially no defense, state power will expand globally.

Power is distributed according to military technology. When military technology is “democratic” (such as when men doing drills with rifles were the supreme military power, or Roman citizens doing drills with swords and spears), power is “democratic”, in the sense that those wielding the power (more-or-less the soldier-citizens) are, de facto, sovereign…

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Brandon Adamson’s third major poetry collection, Skytrain to Nowhere, results from the author’s “meditative, recreational” rides on the Sky Train rail system at Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport, and is a sleeker, stronger effort than his previous book, the entertaining Beatnik Fascism. Accompanying most of the poems are Adamson’s photographs, some of which relate in obvious ways to the themes in the text, thus enhancing the reader’s experience of joining the poet on his circuit through space, daydreams, and stops at various cherished terminals in time. Surely a high watermark of the verbal and visual Adamsonian – just look at the colors on that cover! – the book is a retrofuturistic little near-masterpiece that belongs in the library of every twenty-first-century aesthetic dissident and anybody who has ever enjoyed Adamson’s AltLeft and Jostle articles, tweets, and distinctively detached but humorously deadpan approach to existence.

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I think that automatically yapping about false flags is the mark of stupidity. — Greg Johnson, Counter Currents

When actor Jussie Smollett paid two fellow actors to fake a “hate crime” against him, he was expecting to have the act filmed on a nearby security camera; only the fact that the security camera was pointed in the other direction foiled the plan.

So, consider: if the security camera had caught the action, social media would have been flooded with a video of two masked men, their faces – and races – obscured, wearing red ballcaps similar to the famous “Make America Great Again” Trump campaign hats, attacking Smollett.

If you had expressed any sort of doubt, if you had expressed any reservation at taking the narrative at face value, you would have been immediately branded a “conspiracy theorist.” The accusation would have stuck, too, because there would be video –…

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