The Weaponized Government Continues – U.S. Dept. Of Labor Target Peter Thiel…

A message from the Rebel Alliance follows article.

The Weaponization of the U.S. government against non-compliant citizens continues today with the U.S. Department of Labor now targeting Peter Thiel:

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(Via CNN Money) The U.S. Department of Labor filed a lawsuit Monday against Palantir, a data software startup said to be valued at more than $20 billion, for allegedly being biased against hiring Asian candidates.

The secretive startup was cofounded by Peter Thiel, an investor and Facebook board member who has emerged as perhaps the most prominent Donald Trump supporter in the tech industry. Thiel is also known for backing lawsuits against Gawker Media, which forced the company to sell itself.

According to the Labor Department lawsuit, Asian job candidates “were routinely eliminated in the resume screen and telephone interview phases despite being as qualified as white applicants.”

[…] In a statement, Palantir called it a “flawed statistical analysis” and pledged to “vigorously defend” itself.  (read more)

~ A Message From The Rebel Alliance ~

Do you think it is coincidental that Peter Thiel is suddenly sued by the DoL a few months after publicly putting his influence on the line politically?   If so, that’s a very naive position.

The President Obama Treasury Department already admitted to the targeting of political opposition, Tea Party Groups, through the IRS.  President Obama claimed “not a smidgen of corruption“, the IRS commissioner was fired, IRS division head Louis Lerner plead the fifth, and replacement IRS head John Koskinen apologized for what he initially called a “rogue operation based entirely in Cincinnati“.

However, it was later proved this wasn’t just a rogue operation.

Catherine Engelbrecht (True The Vote) was one of the IRS targets, and recent admissions by Washington DC politicians showed that Congressman Elijah Cummings did, in fact, conspire to use the IRS to target her.    Remind yourself:

Elijah Cummings is still in office.  The issue seemingly ignored.

Those who support the DC UniParty do not necessarily view the weaponization of government as a negative issue.  The weaponization itself helps those in positions of power to keep control of the electorate through the apparatus of government.   But the issues therein begin to amplify exponentially when you consider the ramifications of this path.

It was only yesterday when a popular radio host was taken off the air for discussing the possibility of Hillary Clinton’s declining health condition.  In essence, speaking uncomfortable truth, and/or challenging government is now punishable by censorship or worse.

Lest we too soon forget Nakoula Basseley Nakoula; the YouTube film maker who was necessarily blamed by Hillary Clinton for anxiety leading up to the Benghazi protests violent attack.

Nakoula Basseley Nakoula was actually arrested and imprisoned – and even Politico admits he was nothing but a pawn needed to retain a lie presented by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.   But the actual truth doesn’t give him that year of his life back, does it?

To our brothers and sisters who might generally disagree with our politics, we ask you to think carefully about this rapidly dangerous political construct so many have ignored too long.

This vote on November 8th isn’t just about selecting a president, you are making a critical decision about your own freedom.

Everything may seem like competitive snark and Brangelina quibble until there’s a knock on your business, your livelihood, or worse yet – the door to your home….

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When you see that justice is measured, not by due process, but by compulsion; when you see that in order to invoke your sixth amendment right to due process, you need to obtain permission from representatives who rebuke the constitution; when you see that justice is determined by those who leverage, not in law, but in politics; when you see that men get power over individual liberty by graft and by scheme, and your representatives don’t protect you against them, but protect them against you; when you see corruption holding influence and individual liberty so easily dispatched and nullified – you may well know that your freedom too is soon to perish.

Borrowing from Mike Vanderboegh – This is no small thing, to restore a republic after it has fallen into corruption. I have studied history for years and I cannot recall it ever happening. It may be that our task is impossible. Yet, if we do not try then how will we know it can’t be done? And if we do not try, it most certainly won’t be done. The Founders’ Republic, and the larger war for western civilization, will be lost.

But I tell you this: We will not go gently into that bloody collectivist good night. Indeed, we will make with our defiance such a sound as ALL history from that day forward will be forced to note, even if they despise us in the writing of it.

And when we are gone, the scattered, free survivors hiding in the ruins of our once-great republic will sing of our deeds in forbidden songs, tending the flickering flame of individual liberty until it bursts forth again, as it must, generations later. We will live forever, like the Spartans at Thermopylae, in sacred memory.

With profound appreciation for your time and attention, and the warmest of personal regards.

Truly,

Sundance

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343 Responses to The Weaponized Government Continues – U.S. Dept. Of Labor Target Peter Thiel…

  1. Deplorable says:

    Thank you for this article. Very informatibe!

    Interesting info that may or may not be of interest to anyone here – I am a former IRS employee who worked at the above mentioned “campus”, which includes Cincinnati, Covington, Ky, and Florence, Ky. About 1800 people are about to lose their jobs due to some of these offices closing down.

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    • gonzotx says:

      Good…the only good IRS is an unemployed IRS

      I know it will be difficult for the people to lose their jobs, I wish nothing personal..

      I just want the IRS to become smaller and not be able to ruin people’s lives under through their Political agendas.

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      • People who know their Natural and Constitutional Rights need never to fear the extortion revenue service. Title 26 has never been made law, it can’t be according to our original Constitution.

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        • mariner says:

          Try to get a case against the IRS based on that into court.

          Federal judges simply turn a blind eye to illegal IRS behavior and throw cases out.

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        • The federal government is ruled by the amended Constitution, not the original one. The amendments changed Constitution and we must follow the Constitution as amended.

          Even though many say the 16th was never legally ratified, it doesn’t matter. The government acts as if it was because the states didn’t protest the questionable ratification. The only options we have are to change the tax code or repeal the 16th Amendment.

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    • Evelyn says:

      I imagine that once Obamacare is repealed a large additional contingent of IRS employees will be looking for work. There will be additional waves of people who are now in the accounting profession that need to redirect their careers after the incoming Trump administration has cleaned up and streamlined our tax code.

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  2. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Thiel needs to crowdsource every single document – every single email – connected to the case. Dump it all. Let the world see, and bring hurricanes of scorn and outrage against the Obama DoL.

    Publish it all. I want to know the names of the mealy-mouthed agents, officers, creeps and communists who are acting as THUGS for Obama and Clinton.

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  3. Duhders says:

    This seems like a good spot for this link…hopefully most of you already know about this movement:
    http://www.conventionofstates.com

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    • TwoLaine says:

      Sorry, as long as Levin and the other blathering idiot are involved, no thanks! It’s become a joke. Even the doc cannot be trusted.

      Liked by 13 people

      • Katherine McCoun says:

        I thought the idea was interesting and worth toying with until the last 14 months. Eyes are opened to Levin and then I shuddered that I ever even flirted with the idea. So many of the conservatives weren’t conservative at all

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      • Duhders says:

        Thanks for the heads up, is there an organization you are involved with, have knowledge of, or otherwise can guide people to that would provide the same outcome as what this organization is trying to accomplish?

        How are we to get momentum to decrease federal power if we cannot work in tandem (provide checks and balances) to those that we may not fully trust, yet also say they want the same goal? There are a number of great names endorsing this group and I just saw it as a worthy attempt to accomplish what many here seem to be voicing.

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        • Bull Durham says:

          Phyllis Schlafly was dead set against it.

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            • parteagirl says:

              Look at the primaries. Party officials in BOTH parties CHEATED! Look at the DNC- making a mockery of its primaries, and states like Colorado- a voterless primary? Not to mention all the pre-convention shenanigans to change the rules at the last minute- literally locking people out of rooms, etc, etc, etc.

              These are the SAME PEOPLE who would be in charge of a Constitutional Convention. Not just no, HELL NO!

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            • Chris says:

              Why?..
              for starters, the system has been corrupted, infiltrated with treasonous snakes.
              Once the Document is opened , “for adjustment”.. all manner and every variety of snake will rush in to fill the void adding whatever they can twist into profit and negotiate away between themselves and others,.. YOUR RIGHTS .
              There have been NO MEN worthy OR honorable of modifying our Constitution since it’s creation.
              Those who signed it were True patriotic statesmen. They’re kind has not existed for over 200 years.
              Those in DC today are simply grifters, who cannot even agree to balence the budget without adding some pork and lining each others pockets in the process.
              No. it’s better left untouched until the Viper nest is swept clean of the evil men who would surely sell it out to the highest bidder.
              Let them clean their own house first !
              Butsince they won’t.. WE MUST!

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          • paul vincent zecchino says:

            And The New American Magazine explained clearly why Levin’s oh so supposedly easy Article V is a trap which Hah-vud communist professors and other leftists have long been waiting to snap shut.

            The commies have been drooling over someone naïve enough to plop The Constitution on the operating table and open it up, so they can pour in lots of their leftist rat poison and slash what’s left of it to pieces.

            Levin’s full of it, Article V is a trap set by the Left.

            “Trust no one, regardless of his rank or uniform, unless he is known to you personally.”
            – General John D. ‘Jack’ Ripper, USAF (Deceased)
            Commander, Burpleson AFB, TX

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        • TwoLaine says:

          For now, join the TRUMP Train. They are always looking for volunteers. Only 6 weeks left to make a difference!

          Click on “Get Involved”.

          https://www.donaldjtrump.com/

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        • Yes, sir. Among many, the 10th Amendment Center illustrates the four remedies Madison saw, and not one was amendment or lawsuit. The American View is another good one.

          Good luck and good reading.

          The very best website to learn strict construction (original intent, no opinion) of the Constitution is http://www.publiushuldah.wordpress.com.

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        • Amendments are to address defects in the Constitution and events/circumstances that weren’t around when the Constitution was ratified.

          Amendments are not to rein in misbehaving elected officials. Replacing those officials is the proper solution for that. See, only if the government was obeying the Constitution and abusing its delegated powers are amendments the right course of action.

          Our trouble is that the government hasn’t been obeying the Constitution – if they did obey the Constitution we wouldn’t have a problem. The solution is to replace the people who misbehave; repeal all illegal, illegitimate, and unconstitutional depts./bureaus/regulations/actions/acts of the government; strip away the power political parties stole from the People; and restore the original division of powers between the states and the federal government and among the three branches of the federal government.

          People are against amending the Constitution because it’s not the correct solution for the problem. Rules (the Constitution) are only effective when they are enforced. The People must enforce the Constitution, not change it.

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      • shannynae says:

        I agree. I was on board until shady details began leaking out. I hope this movement dies a very quick death.

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    • That’s very dangerous. The libs are much better at organizing….I do no support it.

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      • Duhders says:

        What a strange reaction…so you support the usurpation of decision making and control of your community’s destiny to a federal power because you don’t believe the people that have the same values for politics are able to assemble? Is this not what is already happening because of what you are saying and not doing? I’m very confused…perhaps I am not thinking clearly, I welcome explanation of how you would reverse the overreach of the federal government…do you even think it is an issue?

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        • dalethorn says:

          Adding an amendment to the Constitution to shore up the 10th Amendment, seems not only redundant, but opens up a Pandora’s box for more. So, how to strengthen the Bill of Rights as it concerns the people and the states? To me, at least part of the answer is in removing the Supreme Court as an arbiter of the Bill of Rights. Note that the Bill of Rights is a “hands off” to government from the day it was enacted, and the Supreme Court is government. The Supreme Court can interpret new laws and codes vis-a-vis the Constitution, to determine whether they are ‘Constitutional’, but the Court has zero say-so in interpreting the Constitution itself – at least the original part with the Bill of Rights. We have allowed the Court into a place they should not be. While the current efforts to get Trump elected as the leader is a fragile thing, given the ease of removing the leader and killing the movement, a movement of Leaderless Resistance among the people that would somehow set a standard or tradition of forcing the government to honor the Constitution as written, and force the Court to keep their hands off of the Bill of Rights, might be doable. The Patriot Act was ostensibly an emergency act set to expire at some point, but that appears unlikely to ever expire. The Akron Beacon Journal, flagship of Knight-Ridder in late 2001, wrote to their readers that “You no longer have the right to….” followed by several Amendments of the Bill of Rights. As a true emergency act in wartime or insurrection, maybe some of those would have to be compromised in some cases, but left open the way it has been it’s as big a threat to liberty as is the Supreme Court, with their modern accepted tradition of having jurisdiction over the Bill of Rights.

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          • 7delta says:

            Exactly, dalethorn. Now we’re being told that terrorism is just something we have to live with, that we have to give up some of our protected liberties to ensure safety. Apparently it hasn’t occurred to our federal despots that there is a moral and legal remedy they are duty bound to enforce, such as not allowing people into this country who pose a threat, regardless of reason, and to protect our borders from invaders. It’s perfectly moral and legal to refuse entry and to deport illegal and high risk aliens, as well as to hold citizens to account for committing acts of subversion, sedition and treason. There is no excuse for not doing so.

            Nope, we’re told we can’t infringe on their religious rights, that it’s compassionate to encourage and reward law breaking, so we must give up our rights to fake security, as if people outside U.S. jurisdiction have any Constitutional protections. Sorry, the Constitution doesn’t apply to anyone or anywhere outside U.S. jurisdiction.

            The Internet turnover to the UN is also a prime example. Barry has zero authority to relinquish control or to bestow upon any person, country, organization, etc. control over our rights that is not constrained by the U.S. Constitution, nor can a foreign entity bestow authority that infringes on the Constitution onto Congress, the executive or federal court.

            The Constitution cannot be suspended or modified or rendered null and void for any reason, not even during war just because some elected or appointed traitor says so. The law still covers everything, including insurrection, subversion and treason, which the despotic feds are intimately familiar with doing. What the government does not grant, government cannot take away. The Bill of Rights is outside their jurisdiction, as well as altering the type and character of our government by treaty, agreement or fake emergency. There should be NO reason to even consider doing so and there wouldn’t be, unless it’s manufactured.

            I wouldn’t trust them to rewrite or “fix” a manual on operating a blender, much less the instrument to which they are sworn legally and morally to uphold. If they refuse to abide by current law, there is no reason to believe they would abide by “fixes.”

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        • Sevenwheel says:

          The way to reverse the overreach of the Federal government is to elect a President who will appoint textualist/originalist Supreme Court justices and Senators who will confirm them. It doesn’t matter what is in the Constitution when we have a court that refuses to operate under the basic premise that the Constitution means what it says.

          Trump has promised to do that and that is my primary reason for supporting him.

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    • I do not support this endeavor. It is too risky with our electorate.

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    • M. Mueller says:

      No. Once we open that document up, who do you trust to play with it. I trust no one that much.

      Liked by 12 people

    • singtune says:

      BAD IDEA~~~Phyllis Schafley & Publius Huldah have Stated Many Time & If you go to their Websites yu will see why~!

      Also, Mark Levin, Ted Cruz & wife were Pushing this Movement so that a “North American Union” like the “EU” would be formed here between Mexico the USA & Canada~! That Union would TAKE AWAY Our Nation Sovereignty~!

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    • karenkln says:

      Absolutely not. Like as in HELL NO. There is much treachery within the so called conservatives who call for this. This is a good article to start with. That sham is meant to destroy the constitution. But to be honest I have wondered why they even want to bother. There isn’t much of the constitution left.
      http://www.newswithviews.com/Nelson/kelleigh351.htm

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      Sure. Conservatives want a Constitutional Convention.

      Give it a try and watch what happens. The Communists will be all over the rules of order.

      They ALSO have major “change the Constitution” plans under way. They would be all too happy for you to set it all up for them.

      http://www.constitution2020.org/

      https://www.amazon.com/Keeping-Faith-Constitution-INALIENABLE-RIGHTS/dp/0199738777/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1475031018&sr=8-1&keywords=goodwin+liu

      http://eyeofvigilance.us/?p=3904

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    • MissV says:

      I would not touch that with a ten foot pole, especially since Levin’s betrayal.

      Liked by 1 person

    • 2x4x8 says:

      if you cant control your politicians government, who do you think is going to be Delegates to a Con-Con?

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Yes Duhders, but there are two opposing thoughts on this, and both sides make good arguments. “THEY” (Uniparty don’t follow the Constitution now, why would they with additional amendments?!)

      And I don’t have any personality conflicts with any of the promoters. My former Senator, Dr. Coburn is a big proponent of it. But, then again, when Dr. Coburn served 3 terms in the House, he wrote a book called “Term Limits.”
      Said then, that mandatory term limits would solve a lot of the problems that were apparent in the 90’s.

      I follow them with updates. We will see. It may be too later, we may be in the streets before we can get that through. I want the Fed. Gov”t to follow the Constitution to the letter! The Constitution allows ONLY 19 specific things that the Federal government is allowed to do, period.

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      • I believe a mandatory break is better than a term limit.

        Congressional members may serve 12 consecutive years, then must take a 6 year break before running again.

        However, a much better solution is to take back the power over our representatives that political parties have stolen. When political parties no longer decide who can run, no longer decide who gets money, no longer control our representatives – we won’t need term limits.

        The root problem – of the many things wrong with our government – is that non-constituents control our representatives, our election system, and our government.

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    • Texmom says:

      Absolutely not. I have written and researched on this. Many questionable players and motives behind it.

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      Strongly opposed to this Convention of States nonsense–there is not one thing wrong with our existing Constitution and the first 10 Amendments. We the people just need to demand that our representatives and all officials get back to the original terms, without piddling in penumbras. As horrific as so-called “Constitutional scholarship” is today (e.g., rejecTED on one hand and Obummer on the other–the poles of outrageous, agenda-driven, sell-out stupidity), we do not want a new Constitution written by today’s fools.

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  4. beelza says:

    I lived and studied in China. This is frighteningly familiar to how the Communists deal with non-compliant citizens. Only instead of the lawsuit, they arrest. The political class in DC is begging for revolution. We are being left with fewer choices, it seems, each week.

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    • sDee says:

      China was the global fascists’ great experiment. They call it State Capitalism.

      A single Political Class <=> The UniParty
      An affluent but controlled professional class <=> Liberal Elite
      Slave Labor class <=> decimation of blue collar workers and illegals

      In China no one says anything or they end up dead, in prison as an organ donor or in the slave labor class.

      It was easy in China as they already had the slaves and political class in place. The bakers had to flow them money, and strong arm Western companies to move their IP and manufacturing technology to Chins using market control, trade pressure and financing constraints.

      In American they got the votes to transfer out our wealth and jobs by putting people on entitlement incomes greater than their working wage. They ran up massive debt and failed miserably trying to control us with health (death) care. The influx of illegals has backfired cauinge more job loss and fueling populist revolt. And, nlike Europeans, we will not cower in fear to their muslim pitbulls..

      We are still a land of freemen, we have an open internet, and we are still armed. Why the hell it took us so long to wake up is beyond me.

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      • Accurate and excellent post, sDee.

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      • shannynae says:

        Your very last sentence……I have been asking that for over a year. I guess people finally figured out that freedom really is precious.

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      • Even though I’m not a fan of Savage, because of the shut down of some of his outlets yesterday, along with the fragile Internet situation, I became concerned with massive control of our forms of communication. Today I went to the FCC and renewed my Amateur Radio License, I haven’t used it for 40 years although I kept the license. I will be getting a Transmitter and Receiver shortly. I was an active ham from when I was 16 until I was in my 40’s. Now as a 78 year old, I want an additional form of communications in case radio, tv, and Internet (especially CTH) should suddenly become censored or removed. Yes we are free, but for how long?

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        • sDee says:

          We are free as long as we are willing to fight..

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        • BC, let me expand on the question of “we are free”.
          If you were free, would you have to get an FCC license to communicate? Where is the FCC authority to exist at the federal level in the Constitution?
          If you are free, do you get to keep every penny that you earn?
          Over the last two centuries, we have lost how we define personal freedom.

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          • sDee says:

            Excellent point. The FCC mandate was, like most statist disguises, based on a legitimate role for the federal government – allocation of radio frequency bandwidth and transmission power. This would have been hard for States to do because radio waves cannot be contained within state borders. . If it were not properly managed there would have been chaos. Nonetheless following the Constitution, if followed, would have contained the staists.

            The statists then grew the FCC into a monster when we, the people, allowed it to regulate content. A HUGE MISTAKE.

            Cable, fiber optic and internet routing has no such transmission frequency/power issues. The FCC has absolutely no reason or need to regulate it or its content. We should have stopped them. But monopolistic business loves to be in bed with politicians.

            FCC broadcast licenses are essential to state control of the media monopoly.

            Now in fact, with radio frequency bandwidth , modulation technology and filtering the original issues are much less critical – the role of the FCC could easily go back to where it began.

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        • dayallaxeded says:

          Unfortunately, they now know who and where you are. It’s a tough decision to make, b/c I’d really like to get involved in HAM, but I’m very confident that HAMs will be some of the first folks to get knocks on their doors in the uncomfortably near future, if Mr. Trump is not our next POTUS.

          I’m acquiring equipment and staying under the radar-no broadcasting. A good friend has been working on stealth/disguised antennae with good success–his place looks like he’s just soaking up OTA MSM–a good little sheep, but far from it. And I own no guns, except an old 9mm I keep for self defense, since I have a concealed carry permit (and I know that also puts me on the radar)–Katrina got all the rest of my old hardware.

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      • deanbrh says:

        It took us so long to wake up because Sundance is only one person and can only research and write so fast. I’m quite positive I would still be asleep, politically, if not for stumbling on this site one day. It’s not only WHAT Sundance says, but HOW he says it; his analysis and the conclusions he leads us to are stunning. I ALMOST signed the thing for The convention of States, back when I was politically asleep! My thanks to Sundance AND all the Treepers for the illumination I get here every day.

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    • spacette55 says:

      Here’s a tidbit of history: Rockefeller & Carnegie Helped Communists Takeover of China

      I just found a juicy new item on Youtube. It’s an old radio show that discusses how the Tax-Exempt Foundations engineered the successful Communist takeover of China by double-crossing Chaing Kai-Shek. Rockefeller Foundation is specifically mentioned starting about 7 minutes into the program. Dr. Monteith mentioned that the McCarran Report documenting this had been suppressed. https://fellowshipoftheminds.com/2011/06/20/rockefeller-carnegie-helped-communists-takeover-of-china/

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      • sDee says:

        Yes! They have been at this a long time. They will not give up easily. All the power and money in the world is at stake in taking down America. .20 trillion dollars or a few hundred thousand dead are of little consequence to them. Godspeed and protection for Mr. Trump. We can never stand down – his power lies in the millions of deporables willing to fight.

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  5. drdeb says:

    Awesome, Sundance!
    My cup is half full. God has this election and Donald J. Trump shall become our next President.

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  6. TwoLaine says:

    Naive is a great word choice, and very timely. I was listening to two pundits on a show just tonight who were both talking about the absolute and outright bias of the debate last night, and how they very naively thought it would be fair. They were both shocked by what they saw.

    Being naive about the weaponization of the gubt is bad for your health.

    More ridiculous b.s. from the JV Team. SICK OF IT!

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  7. sDee says:

    We are in the final phases of fascism. The monopolies grow exponentially, protected by government regulation, trade deals, immunity and incentives. The smaller ones falter. The ones who fight, arrested.

    This is why Trump is quite literally our last chance.

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    • dbobway says:

      Trump is the last politically peaceful fork in the river, back to liberty.

      If he loses, it will get ugly and unnecessary.

      Dear God give us the strength of civilized men.

      And Vote to protect freedom for all of us.

      Let that be our revolution.

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    • dalethorn says:

      A famous person, considered a dangerous racist by Wikipedia and other guardians of the Left, nonetheless came up with a plan for how the people could insulate themselves from losing their liberties when a key leader is removed by force. It’s called Leaderless Resistance, and to me it’s just a concept that needs to be adapted to our situation, before it’s too late.

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  8. Hillbilly4 says:

    From the Matrix:

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  9. Sandpiper says:

    Do not believe history as it is written. study! Dig deep and you will find even before The Declaration of Independence was sighed the Colonials were controlled by the Bank of England Bankers. Through The Federal Reserve Act the Bankers have us by the g—-s

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    • Dizzy says:

      Which is why he Founders understood the power of coinage must lie solely with Congress and why international central banking cartels had tried since the get-go to bring us under debt-slavery. Thanks to that betrayer Wilson in 1913 we’ve been under the Rothschild thumb ever since.

      Fractional-reserve banking is literally debt slavery.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        That is why I find Andrew Jackson such a hero for fighting against the central banks and Mr. Trump reminds me of that fight

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        • Dizzy says:

          Absofugginlutely. Putting him on the most used Federal Reserve note was a cruel joke by the bankers.

          I don’t believe in the supernatural, but the story of the (likely) Rothschild assassin that had TWO pistols misfire at point-blank range makes you think. Everywhere in the world where there is a country that refuses to be a part of the international central bank winds up getting forced into it. Every country that fights back (like Libya and Syria in recent years) finds itself in desperate need of “liberation”.

          The fight to reclaim doesn’t end with Trump. It ends with an abolishment of the Fed and successful rebuke of the central banking backlash that always follows.

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        • MrE says:

          Katherine, which is exactly why Jackson is being removed from the $20 bill.

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      • dalethorn says:

        I’ve been hoping that Trump would somehow nationalize the national debt, mainly to cancel the yearly interest payments, which I suppose eats up nearly all of the income tax we pay to the feds. If we’re paying a trillion dollars per year in interest alone, that would be the money needed to rebuild much of the country. In 30 years of such interest payments, that’s 30 trillion dollars sucked out of our economy. Theoretically that money could stay here, but it seems very unlikely when there are more lucrative investments elsewhere. That massive suckout from our economy is like a parasitic disease, a cancer that’s eating the body from the inside out.

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    • dalethorn says:

      I thought it odd that after the Revolutionary War, the British Bankers would throw up their hands and say “OK – we lost the war, so now you Americans can have all of the resources of your country, and for any of our clients who invested in the colonies, we will tell them that their money is lost.”

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      • Deb says:

        The investors had more than profited from their investment. England became greedy taking in the goods and profits of the new world, until the new world had had enough.

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    • Right! Constitutionally, the federal government only has the authority to “coin” money, not print it. Our current money system is completely unlawful.

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  10. JRP says:

    The clock is running out on Obama shutting down Donald Trump’s election as president. About the only thing left is a quickly crafted arrest warrant (a pen and a phone you know) for tax evasion crafted by his IRS and DOJ and served by his US Marshal Service. It would be interesting to see how his Secret Service detail would respond to such an intrusion.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Exciting! Couldn’t wait for Chapter 2 on that one. And trust me – MY chapter 2 would have Hollywood script-readers messing their pants and building safe rooms for their mini-minions.

      Trump said he would accept a Hillary win – which we all know would be fraudulent.

      Such a great strategic maneuver. And he didn’t even honor their bad contract by signing it until the end of the two minutes. Funny – MY copy hasn’t arrived. Too bad!

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    • TatonkaWoman says:

      JRP: “It would be interesting to see how his Secret Service detail would respond to such an intrusion.”

      It might be even more interesting to see how we the people would respond to such an intrusion. Not well, me thinks.

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    • dalethorn says:

      Looking at how the militias backed off the feds at the Bundy place, an attempt to arrest Trump or block him from getting in could initiate a very large uprising. If the feds were thinking about doing that, they’d likely push out a lot of disinformation ahead of acting, and have the contingencies covered. To prevent a successful coup, the people would need to be paying very close attention, and reading between the lines.

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      • Dixie says:

        hasn’t the disinformation already begun with the congressional committee questioning Comey today, Wednesday, 9/28/2016? At least a couple of them, Conway being one of them, brought up, outrageously, that someone in Trump’s campaign is in Moscow negotiating to lift sanctions? Comey was questioned as to whether he had opened an investigation of Trump regarding this rumor.

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  11. People like to think of this election as their last chance at a decent republic. But in reality, it is the establishment’s last chance to correct before the peasants burn the manor house down.

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  12. Sandra says:

    This is so great (I say with much sarcasm). If I apply for a job and I’m the only non-Asian applicant but 1000 Asians apply, then there’s no way I’m going to get the job because the government demands that the jobs be filled in proportion to the applicants. It’s bad enough competing with all of the cheap H-1B applicants who are driving wages down. F-ing Obama and his Nazi regime. He hates white people. He is waging a war on white people.

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    • Sandra says:

      By the way, are these Asians who were allegedly discriminated against all US citizens?? Or does this Nazi nonsense allow non-citizens to make unreasonable demands too?

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        This is key. I’ve actually seen companies subverted by being forced to hire security risks (non-citizens, ChiCom backgrounds, etc.) on racial grounds, and it’s not pretty.

        This is one reason Thiel needs to open the books on this whole operation. The ChiComs behind this will fold like wet silk. Same way you deal with CAIR – let in the sunlight and the cockroaches scatter.

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        • TwoLaine says:

          Yes, remember Ban The Box?

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            Typical communist subversion. These troglodytes supporting “ban the box” are rent-a-mobs that doth protest too much, and which only function by making weak-kneed people do stupid things – such as appoint a guy named Barack Obama as President of Law Review.

            One of the best windows into how communist agitation is used to advance super-poisoned skittles, is the story of Obama himself:

            http://pamelageller.com/2008/05/obama-mythical.html/

            First they made race untouchable – to advance a poison skittle named Barack Obama. Then they tried to make sex untouchable, to advance a poison skittle named Hillary Clinton. Now they want to advance hundreds, if not thousands of poisoned skittles with criminal records.

            NO. Just NO. Ban the Box-Banners.

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    • sDee says:

      The puppet Obama and many other globalist henchmen are waging a war on freemen, capitalistism, families, self reliance, and Christianity. .

      Whites should not take it personally. It is an equal opportunity assault – just turns out that white folk fall into many of those categories but, so do many others who live in America to make it great.

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    • The war on white people is decades old…

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    • M33 says:

      Hiring someone because of the skin color or ethnic looks IS RACIST!
      Just because they aren’t white doesn’t make it not racist!
      Why can’t the Dem/Left understand this?
      They have become the very prejudice monsters they intended to reject!

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    • dalethorn says:

      I worked in a large software company (Sage) in Southern California for 21 years, and we had lots of Asians there. I don’t mean 10 or 15 percent, I mean 30 percent or more. And it wasn’t Asian-run – the company was British and the top people were Brits, and our top people locally were naturalized citizens born and raised in India. Everybody knows that Asians have a far greater success in getting college degrees in Southern California than any other ethnic group. If any tech company there actually tried to exclude Asians, you wouldn’t need statistical analysis to prove it – it would be extremely obvious.

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  13. jeans2nd says:

    Godspeed – I’ll see you again…

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  14. Jon Brown says:

    Savage show was caused by a problem with ATT. Supposedly

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  15. FeralCat says:

    Civil society precedes the state, both morally and historically. Society creates order and grants the state legitimacy If a ruler seeks absolute power, if he acts both as judge and participant in disputes, he puts himself in a state of war with his subjects and we have the right and the duty to kill such rulers and their servants. (John Locke)

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    • sDee says:

      Sounds like the reasoning for a Declaration of Independence.

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      • dalethorn says:

        A DOI might sound fanciful to a lot of folks, but when you’re paying a trillion dollars of interest on the national debt each year, that’s serious business. Think about collecting that amount of interest for 40 years – well within most people’s working career life. That would be 40 trillion dollars – enough to buy all the defense you’d need for the next 80 years, or enough to completely rebuild the USA. The only reason it isn’t rebuilding the USA is because the banksters/investors are getting a marginally higher return elsewhere.

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  16. Joe says:

    No fear equals no rules.

    Instilling fear in our monolithic government drones is now impossible.

    Not the usual way at least.

    I have prepared myself emotionally for what may come.

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  17. James O'Malley says:

    When Trump wins, that’s not the end of it, it’ll only be the beginning. Remember, we’ll still have another two plus months to Inauguration Day, and that gives Obama and Co. lots of time to wreck havok. They’ll have nothing to lose, so expect them to go full hog.

    Since riots are likely in the wake of a Trump win, expect martial law. Don’t think they won’t be oppressive about it, either.

    Expect attacks on conservative pundits, supporters, etc. with renewed gusto and with even less mercy. Expect more IRS “investigations” solely to harass people onwards into the new administration, with an attitude of “if the new guy wants to end the investigations, let him, it’s not our problem.”

    Expect Obama to push through, or attempt to push through, Garland or another hard-left SCOTUS justice. While it’s likely that Trump will eventually have to replace Ginsburg, Kennedy, or Breyer, that’s not likely to happen right away. Plenty of time for an Obama SCOTUS justice to wreck havok at the federal level, especially on important, upcoming cases on the 2A. And while Congress may block any nomination, Obama will work overtime to do what he can to force someone through, Constitution be damned.

    Expect widespread destruction of all records of anything Obama and Co. did that’s illegal, in order to obstruct any future investigations. Since he cannot pardon people who haven’t yet been convicted, expect Lynch to issue immunity to lots of people connected to either Obama or the Clintons.

    As Trump predicted during the first debate, expect the Fed to mess with the interest rates to screw with the economy.

    If Congress doesn’t prevent the turnover of ICANN, expect whoever controls the internet to start shutting down any conservative news websites, or any website associated with things the administration hates (guns, pro-life causes, Christianity, anything that’s not liberal).

    Remember, we shouldn’t celebrate until Inauguration Day. The real fight begins after Election Day ends.

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  18. alliwantissometruth says:

    Who’s fault is it?

    When this nation was born, & with it the American people, those Americans understood the concept of tyranny, tyranny by an elitist crowd, privileged only by inherited strength that came from old money, money accumulated by force off the peoples backs

    Those Americans came up with the safeguards that would protect the people, & they understood well that freedom wasn’t free & vigilance was of the utmost importance. Sticking together & defending their interests, values, mores & sovereignty were the key to a successful society

    Since those early days, America has been the envy of the world, & also the enemy of the elites those early Americans fought to rid themselves of the yokes of oppression

    Today’s globalists are simply yesterdays aristocracy, lusting after the worlds wealth & the power that comes with it

    Many, many years later Americans would fall under the spell of the communist/liberal/hippie utopian dream mantra, thinking this new ideology was what the hip people were thinking, & hey, who doesn’t want to be in with the in crowd?

    Suddenly, the floodgates were open by our own government. Millions of people from the third world, people who couldn’t comprehend freedom or the concept of freedom, rushed in. They’d never heard of a constitution or a bill of rights, they have no understanding of Western style government based on equality via responsibility

    But later day Americans said & did nothing

    Our schools fell under the control of the far left, brainwashing generation after generation of our children

    Yet again, Americans said & did nothing

    Today’s government that is now using a hammer to crush any dissident thoughts or actions is simply a product of American apathy, laziness & stupidity. We’ve become even worse than the third world hordes invading our land, because they never knew freedom, but we did

    So who’s fault is it? It’s our fault. It has taken an oppressive boot to the necks of the American people to finally wake them up

    All we can hope for is enough Americans have woken up. It sure feels that way, but we’ll see

    Today’s globalists are the new aristocracy, &, like their predecessors, are using a form of terror in the name of cultural Marxism to intimidate & oppress the people. It’s the same old game, just the newest version

    But millions upon millions of the sheep have turned to wolves, & a real awakening is taking place

    Let’s pray it’s not too late

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    • M. Mueller says:

      Wait. I’ll buy the stupidity, but not the apathy and laziness. We’ve always been given only 2 choices. The people of my relations have always voted for the ones for smaller government and against abortion; we were trying to do God’s will.

      Who knew that all the media was a lie? I always thought, “poor Russians, they don’t know the truth.” So many that we’ve voted for have turned out to be just evil liars. Stupid, yes; but we’ve been trying. Look how we’ve put all Republicans in the Senate and the House. At the same time, we were busy raising families and trying to make a living.

      My relations were literally asking why nothing was ever accomplished. It wasn’t until Sundance explained the uniparty that anything made sense! It wasn’t until I turned off the “good channel,” Fox, and went to the internet that things started to make sense. Now they are taking the internet away. Maybe too late, but we were trying.

      Thank you, Sundance, from the bottom of my heart.

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    • dalethorn says:

      We allowed the chief suspect in the JFK assassination to seize all of the evidence including the body, and then to control the investigations. That’s just one example of specific government acts that are contrary to reason and logic, that have crippled the notion of a government of the people. We cannot elect ‘leaders’ who are given those kinds of autocratic powers. Trump will go in with a mandate, but it must be a mandate “of the people” and remain so.

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    • alliwantissometruth says:

      Mueller, my post was written in the abstract to a certain extent, meaning there’s lot’s of reasons we didn’t keep our eyes on the cookie jar or that we believed everything we were told

      My real point was somewhere down the line we stopped taking care of our republic, & left it in the hands of scoundrels & thieves

      And dalethorn, you’re correct, you take your eye off the ball, you strike out. An educated, informed & active populace is needed to keep those we hire to administrate our country in check

      Power, in all it’s facets, must be open & transparent & we the people must check the books often

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    • smiley says:

      remember The Weimar Republic, and how that turned out.

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  19. MVW says:

    Actually, this is war by a con job, the crooked media is the main weapon fueled by a propaganda education (brainwash) machine. It goes at least 2 generations deep.

    School choice threatens that brainwash machine and the internet threatens the media monopoly. Our vote is how we fight back. A bit different from WWII, followed by the cold war, maybe more deadly.

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    • But, it’s not who votes or how, it’s who counts the votes. How else would one explain a john mccain for life, et al… ?

      I can tell that in my area we do not even “elect” our mayor. No way.

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    • dalethorn says:

      That Internet threat may be about to be curbed Oct. 1st when control is handed over to ICANN. The current disinformation coming from Obama says not to worry, it’s just technical and we’ll maintain control of the things we need here at home. But, my sense and what I hear in the channel is that the registration of sites will eventually be controlled by ICANN. So the U.S. government will ostensibly maintain the control they need to rule, but will likely throw everyone else (i.e. us) to the mercy of the international registrars, who can de-register a site at the push of a button. It’s real, it’s starting Oct. 1st, and might not be recoverable.

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  20. Athena the Warrior says:

    There may be more going on than simply going after a prominent Silicon Valley techie. Why of all of the companies that Thiel is involved in was Palantir chosen? Palantir is involved in data intelligence. Some of their customers are the NSA, FBI, and CIA. Their software is used to assist in counter terrorism efforts-helping to sift through mounds of data to detect patterns and connect the dots.

    I skimmed through the lawsuit and didn’t see any Plaintiff’s names specified except that they are Asian. China is the country who aggressively attacks us the most through espionage. Maybe this so-called “discrimination” is done to protect the intelligence data from falling into the wrong hands?

    This lawsuit and attempt to force the company to hire from this pool of candidates could be a way around Palantir’s possible security personnel protocols. Again, this is simply a speculation. If Palantir was forced to hire from this pool, they would have access to highly sensitive data.

    Corporate espionage is very costly to our country. If the wrong people got their hands on the kinds of data intelligence that Palantir handles, it could serve a foreign government well against us as well as fetch a nice price on the black market.

    Here is an article from 2013 about the company:

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/andygreenberg/2013/08/14/agent-of-intelligence-how-a-deviant-philosopher-built-palantir-a-cia-funded-data-mining-juggernaut/#77ace3c83da8ani

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  21. Athena the Warrior says:

    Here is a video clip with the Founder & CEO of Palantir:

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  22. redlegleader68 says:

    You’d better read this article and pay attention. Consider: “Do you think it is coincidental that Peter Thiel is suddenly sued by the DoL a few months after publicly putting his influence on the line politically? If so, that’s a very naive position.”

    Think about it…

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  23. All Too Much says:

    I’ts called a Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation. SLAPP.
    Thiel’s lawyers will have it dismissed in about 30 days,
    SLAPP suits are very unpopular in courts.

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    • Elspeth says:

      I want to help Peter Thiel and feel so helpless. Has a website of support been started for him yet?

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      • Sandra-VA says:

        He doesn’t need our help; he has the resources to fight this and will likely win since it is obviously bogus. I think this is just a warning shot across the bow, so to speak.

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      • cali says:

        Sundance: Thank you for bringing Peter Thiel’s suit into this sphere!
        I’ve came across this issue yesterday and thought it to be politically motivated. If Sundance would put a post about “Tom Perez’ – racist extra ordinaire – who filed the suit lots of Holder’s skeletons would fall out in the process.
        Peter Thiel and his 20 billion dollar enterprise is no slouch. He is a old-fashioned/non PC type a guy and says so without any hesitation. Before he decided to go public and speak at DT’s convention – the rest of the Silicon Valley scheisters were to chickens$it to back him up. They were afraid to do what Thiel did,
        This suit could not stand up in court at all. Anyone that lives here in this area knows that Asians – heavily clustered in their seperate community/housing – are the people who value education and career due to their culture ergo most high-tech employees are usually from India, Asians and the other ethnicities put together may make up 1/3rd.
        This is simply to harass him, his company in hope the Hillary et al benefit as means from the Asian voters whom are not supporting her. By labeling and suing him ‘as racist towards Asians’ is one way to destroy this man if not for his involvement in intelligence.
        What are they really afraid of? It’s not just trying so shift the Asian vote – there is more as one commenter has stated above my comment!

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  24. Apfelcobbler says:

    Silicon Valley and Wall Street don’t like anyone messing with “their” Fed – Trump threw down the gauntlet last night by announcing the Fed has become politicized. Major off limits topic for billionaire class, but apparently Trump is willing go there! Thiel is walking the walk with Trump. Maybe Cuban will be ‘designated driver’ to publically oppose Trump on this, since he’s already making a spectacle of himself. Hillary will trot out her meaningless and toothless “I’ll break up the big banks” line. This could get ugly.

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  25. TwoLaine says:

    This is what WINNING looks like!

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  26. peachteachr says:

    MOLON LABE

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  27. gloriosaedominae1 says:

    Last I heard Thiel was blackmailing the governor of North Carolina over the transgender “bathroom” bill by refusing to build Paypal’s HQ in the State. Which is to say he is actively working against representative government. The hell with him.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      Is that so different from moving away from a state that has confiscatory taxes? To hell with you.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      We’re talking about weaponizing government, the gutting of the Constitution, the lack of due process — and you try to distract with the red herring of bathroom use? ARE YOU KIDDING?

      Save the SJW trolling for HuffPo.

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      • sDee says:

        Well at least on the surface Thiel’s actions are worth digging deeper.

        The transgenger bathroom issue is actually another calculated assault on the Constitution. It has nothing to do with gender identity rights.It is a trojan horse. Via the Charlotte City Council, the statists have launched an attack on the 10th Amendment – the feds are usurping State sovereignty and authority over municipal law by precedent – implementing their agenda directly int municipal law and policy.

        This is a major and very dangerous step toward central control and yes Theil was a tool in it. Knowingly or not.

        My guess is that Theil woke up one day to a very ugly reality that the capitalism that allowed him to build PayPal was about to be made extinct – along with his company.

        It could be this. It is MAJOR and will send chill down your spine when you see who is behind it and how global it is growing and how fast..
        https://www.betterthancash.org/

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        • rsanchez1990 says:

          PayPal is no longer Thiel’s company. Thiel is NOT a tool in the transgender bathroom issue. Thiel himself even decries the fake culture wars the elites are pushing upon us to distract us. His own words:

          “When I was a kid, the great debate was about how to defeat the Soviet Union. And we won. Now we are told that the great debate is about who gets to use which bathroom.

          This is a distraction from our real problems. Who cares?” (Emphasis added)

          Also his own words:

          “But fake culture wars only distract us from our economic decline.”

          Hear his words:

          The transgender bathroom issue is a distraction. YOU are distracting US by accusing Peter Thiel of being complicit in it. Thiel was NOT a tool in it, he is, by his own declaration, AGAINST it.

          On that ugly reality that capitalism was about to be made extinct, Peter Thiel woke up to that reality long ago. Here is an excerpt from the book The PayPal Wars, sharing part of Peter Thiel’s original vision for PayPal:

          “In the future, when we make our service available outside the U.S. and as Internet penetration continues to expand to all economic tiers of people, PayPal will give citizens worldwide more direct control over their currencies than they ever had before. It will be nearly impossible for corrupt governments to steal wealth from their people through their old means because if they try the people will switch to dollars or Pounds or Yen, in effect dumping the worthless local currency for something more secure” (Emphasis added)

          More about that in the PayPal section on Peter Thiel’s Wikipedia page:

          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Thiel#PayPal

          The old means Peter Thiel talks about are inflation and currency devaluation. Donald Trump is also against currency devaluation, specifically when China uses it as a weapon to undermine US international trade. You can read about that on his website:

          https://www.donaldjtrump.com/positions/us-china-trade-reform

          Thiel HAD that vision for PayPal. He has that vision for Bitcoin today, but it’s important to remember PayPal IS NOT Thiel’s company anymore. He hasn’t been a part of PayPal since eBay bought PayPal WAAAAAY back in 2002:

          https://www.cnet.com/news/its-official-ebay-weds-paypal/

          PLEASE educate yourself before you start saying things that are demonstrably FALSE!

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          • rsanchez1990 says:

            I should add, pardon me for sounding so confrontational. At this critical phase of the election cycle, we should not fall for obvious bait. This: “Which is to say he is actively working against representative government.” IS obvious bait.

            And I agree that it’s worth digging deeper into what drives Peter Thiel’s values. The more you learn about him, the more you learn why the government sees him as a threat.

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            • sDee says:

              I really am accusing Theil of nothing nor defending him. That was neither my intent nor my point. I really do not know him. A simple observation is all I made.

              I trust no one any more until they have been through the fire – Theil now has been.

              As I said exactly – transgender is a grand distraction. A distraction for the dismantling of the 10th Amendment and building Central control by merging local government with federal.l. Global to local. It has long been under way via DOJ, EPA, HUD, DHS. I have been fighting this at the local level for 7 years now – I know it very well.

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          • sDee says:

            I believe you took my comment wrong as well as my education on this matter :0

            None of us really can get in his head – motive or intent. .But clearly there is a reason he took such risk. I gave a plausible explanation/motive/timing for his action to stand with Trump and for his silence on NC HB2.

            PayPal and HB2 and BetterThanCash have common roots. Dangerous ones. Who is in a better position than Theil to see through PayPal’s collusion with the State? Who better to understand BetterThanCash and the grave danger it represents.

            Perhaps my theory is wrong but did you research BetterThanCash and stand it up against the current events around NC HB2? There is a common thread

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        • smiley says:

          the UN

          surprise surprise

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        • dutzie60 says:

          This is to advance a cashless society. When cash is gone there will be no way to hide or rid ourselves of the boot of tyranny (government). The Fed can then add as many zeros they like without any accounting to ‘us’.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      I understand your position. Thiel, a classic Libertarian came to the Movement because of Trump’s Tolerance and because of economic freedom that Trump would generate. He is a brilliant guy, but as a billionaire he also uses his wealth position for his personal preference issues.

      We all will have to find a way to tolerate one another in a civil demeanor. I personally don’t appreciate the social agenda warriors. Thiel tends to elitism by intellectual isolation (he is a very solitary guy, Ayn Rand-like.) But America is a society for ideas. We have made it through 250 years finding ways to allow creativity to drive innovation and invention.

      However, the entire transgender issue has been weaponized. Those of us who don’t agree should come up with solutions that don’t include our capitulation, but do provide tolerance.

      It will be a whole lot better once the Feds are unable to break our rights to create their rights. I am a firm advocate of two genders. Pick one. We don’t need six, alphabet soup, I call it.

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    • rsanchez1990 says:

      Last I heard, Thiel hasn’t been involved in PayPal’s day-to-day activities since eBay bought PayPal and Thiel cashed out and resigned… in 2002… OVER 14 YEARS AGO!

      Here, educate yourself:

      https://www.cnet.com/news/its-official-ebay-weds-paypal/

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  28. spindlitis says:

    One last thought:

    Immigration is the critical issue. The second most critical is to take back our schools. These people are marinated in liberal Colleges and Universities. They go into government to change it. We need to make the schools a place where all viewpoints can be heard. We need to get rid of educational fads and teach young children the basics using time tested methods. We need to teach civics and American history. We need to rediscover classic literature. And I think we do this using the power of the purse to take control.

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    • M. Mueller says:

      You are right on! Withdraw all Federal funding until they straighten up; or let them all fail and start new ones. This includes Harvard and Yale, etc.

      The University of Madison, WI. was one of the first and the worst. It was Communist in 1947. It spread like a fatal illness over the country. Huge German population in Wisconsin around WWII.

      I knew someone whose father told her that she could go to any college, in 1945, except the U of Madison because it was Communist.

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  29. graphiclucidity says:

    This has to be one of my very favorite posts of yours, SD.
    I mean it. Just beautiful.

    Thanks for all that you, and your crew, do.

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  30. ZurichMike says:

    The tipping point of the Republic is 2016.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      I’m giving Trump money well past the point where it hurts, but I would rather see him win in a way that shocks the elite into recognizing that a peaceful transition is in their best interest, than for them to think wrongly that they can stop this somehow. I lost so much money under Obama, there is almost no reason not to throw part of the remainder toward a Trump victory. Four more years under Cankles will have me on Skid Row. Trump is my last shot at a modest but enjoyable retirement.

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  32. singtune says:

    This is a Wonderful Post because it states the Problems we are facing~~`Clearly ~~once again! Thank You ~”Sundance”~!

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  33. rsanchez1990 says:

    In other words, Peter Thiel is under investigation for NOT importing more cheap labor from China and India, NOT using H1B like Disney, and wink wink for supporting Donald Trump.

    The message from the government is: you will tow the line, whether that line is tied around your ankle or around your neck is up to the government.

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  34. LM says:

    Having worked at a college, Asian was the designation for Pakistani, Turkish, and probably Afghan, etc……not just Oriental. Just sayin……

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    • John Galt says:

      Good point. Muslim rape gangs are designated as “Asians” in the UK.

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    • dalethorn says:

      In the big software company where I worked for many years (Sage), Asian was Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Laotian, etc. We did not include Indian or Pakistani as Asian. Our workers were about 30 percent Asian in California, and my simple understanding of how to categorize along that line is to look at the traditional character sets.

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  35. bertdilbert says:

    Don’t forget when they put sanctions on Russia, they put sanctions on prominent people around Putin. That should have been a window as to how things are done at home in the USA. This is the exact same thing, going for people around a political opponent.

    This is why I am against spying on US citizens by the NSA. The danger is to how that information will be unlawfully used to pressure or blackmail. Just look at what they did with the IRS, which is supposed to be neutral.

    Like Trump says, This may be our last chance.

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  36. Jaxvillekid says:

    Wow! Now that was a call to arms. Beautifully written Sundance.

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  37. Archie says:

    Dear CTH,
    How about moderating the comment section. Some of these people are unhinged.

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  38. aredtailblog says:

    That was a beautiful closing.
    Here’s hoping Thiel can win in the meantime.

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  39. maga2016 says:

    At this point I would love to see the Trump government taking a very deep look into the libtard tech companies like amazon, google, apple, microsoft and the media cartel

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  40. Johnny says:

    If they fail a back ground check it’s not racists or predjudice!

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  41. K Jel says:

    Dr. Ben Carson also felt the wrath of the federal government after the National Prayer Breakfast. He was promptly audited by the IRS for calling out POTUS on Obamacare. Dinesh ‘Souza , while admitting his guilt, was given a heavy handed sentence by the DOJ, he was forced to seek counseling. I read he was ordered to take anti-depression medication. These are very worrisome times we live in.

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  42. andi lee says:

    Perfect timing!

    Civil Liberties and Freedom of Religion per Chairperson Martin Castro, an Obama appointee, claims “Bigotry”!

    I was so engulfed in flames I had to seek an alternative vessel to bring this puppy home. Castro’s edict is linked inside the article.

    http://www.frc.org/updatearticle/20160915/civil-rights

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  43. Sandra says:

    Hey maybe we can help Thiel out. Everyone who is not Asian, apply for open positions at his company. He’ll get 50k non-Asian applications and 300 Asian ones and then he can hire proportionately. 🙂

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Thiell has done a lot of data-sorting whatever for the Government. That contributes to his problem. Government contract? They think they own you.

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  45. Chris says:

    Now is the time for all good Men and Women who love our Country, want to preserve what we have enjoyed in Life, to do some Volunteer work for Mr Trump .
    Contact your local County/ District Trump Organization, contribute some time knocking on doors, msking phone calls, distributing signs.. what ever you can do to get the word out.
    For all the slings and arrows Trump has taken, and is taking daily, it’s the least we can do to fight the Beast .
    Stay Vigilant, Stay Safe !

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