Wakey Wakey – The Peasants are Still Revolting…

In the summer of 2016 a band of British Misfits delivered Brexit, the largest single event to push back against the growing infection of multinationalism and globalism created by multinational corporations and multinational banks.   Credit where Credit is Due:

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Then, of course, not to be outdone, after all – WE ARE AMERICANS, the MAGA movement stunned the geopolitical world and elected Donald J Trump as President of the United States.

A month later, December 2016, freedom loving Italians said “Arriverderci Renzi“… the EU nationalist movement was unmistakably rising.  By 2017 the globalists were panicked at the visibility of the peasants and retreated to France and Germany.

Unfortunately for ‘the betters’, fraulein Merkel did win, but dropped to an approval level even lower than the false polling constructs of the existential threat declared as President Trump. [Merkel approval a mere 32.9%]  Additionally, righteous vulgarian nationalists in Germany entered parliament, and Merkel laughably promised immigration control to save her 4th-Reich-borscht.

However, it didn’t take long before the rebel alliance HQ in Poland and Hungary noticed familiar faces, reinforcements, on the horizon; and last week Austria joined the movement and elected Sebastian Kurz another euro-skeptic…. Oh dear.

Then, just yesterday, anti-establishment and Eurosceptic Andrej Babis, deemed “The Czech Trump”, won the Czech election by a large margin, and the pesky Czech nationalists also entered parliament.  Yet another massive blow to the EU elites.

To make ideological matters even worse for the Marxists, today the liberty virus appears in the land of the rising sun – where another Trump ally, Shinzo Abe, secures a decisive nationalist victory for Japan and carries a super-majority into parliament.

This is almost too much winning.

Almost.

… and to think, all of this fun began right here:

History can be exciting.  However, living inside history as it is created is AWESOME.

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310 Responses to Wakey Wakey – The Peasants are Still Revolting…

  1. H&HC, 2nd-16th says:

    I’m glad everyone is “Sunday Upbeat” on the MAGA Train. I’m still nervous about Comey, Mueller, McCabe, et al……………..I hope the train ride makes it all go away!

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  2. sundance says:

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    • jello333 says:

      Trump is really slacking off! Making friends with that Indian guy… and this Japanese guy… and who knows WHO else! Sheesh! If Donald isn’t careful, he’s gonna have to resign from his position in the “Racists United Club”.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      Better question: Is it Hillary or NeverTrumpers who are paying you to be a troll?

      I am beginning to sound like a broken record. For multiple federal laws and crimes with what could be tens of thousands of potential wrongdoers and witnesses in government, media, and business, Sessions is obligated legally and ethically not to comment on ongoing investigations, many of which are done under seal and far from prying eyes of the distortionist, disinformative media.

      He would be foolish to reveal his strategy, which probably includes “flipping” smaller wrongdoers to catch bigger ones. Here’s a hint, though: let the media waste time chasing shiny things like Trump-Russia collusion BS while Sessions quietly goes about amassing evidence for much more important things. Anyone paying attention to Trumps tweets and comments can figure this out in about a nanosecond. It’s only media suffering from cognitive dissonance and NeverTrump/Hillary idiots who can’t connect the dots.

      So sorry Sessions does have you on speed dial to reveal his every move to be sure it aligns to the timetable that apparently is only known to you. Trump has hired and fired lots of people. Do you think he would have kept Sessions if he wasn’t doing what he is supposed to be doing?

      Note to CTH readers. Another way to recognize a troll is that he/she/xhe posts a drive-by comment with a link and a question and offers no analysis or new information, and also completely unrelated to the thread’s topic. Such comments are meant to distract, demotivate, and divide.

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      • maiingankwe says:

        Zurich Mike,
        See? Now that is why I like you! Not cause you’re smart, even though you are. It’s because you tell it like it is. You even have the decency to explain why even though you didn’t have to.

        Anyways, I just wanted to say thank you for taking such good care of the rest of us. You rock, and you’re pretty high up there in my book.
        Stay smiling,
        Ma’iingankwe

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      • scott467 says:

        “He would be foolish to reveal his strategy, which probably includes “flipping” smaller wrongdoers to catch bigger ones.”

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        I hope you’re right, that Sessions is working feverishly to bring down the entire Hussein/Clinton/Soros Cartel.

        But that doesn’t explain why he is leaving all the other things undone.

        How is it that American citizens, who happen to support DJT, routinely have their RIGHTS violated by BLM and anti-fa, all over the country?

        Where is the Attorney General?

        When Sessions raised his hand high and swore an oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America, did that not include the rights of Trump supporters?

        How is it that the biggest shooting massacre in American history takes place just a few weeks ago, and the Las Vegas townies in collusion with the corrupt FBI clearly mislead the American People so badly and so often that they decide to simply stop informing the public about anything related to the mass-murder of 58 Americans and the injury of 500+ others?

        In what kind of alternate reality can that even be contemplated, let alone carried out, without consequence?

        How is it that the Rule of Law has not been re-established?

        How is it that the same people who flouted the Law during the 8 years of Obamanation are the same people who continue to flout the Law every day, nearly a year into the Trump administration?

        Even to the active sedition and subversion of the lawfully elected government of the United States of America?

        The Hussein himself said “elections have consequences”.

        Did Sessions not get the memo?

        Whatever it is that he’s up to, what justifies leaving We the People twisting in the wind?

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        • ZurichMike says:

          Note to CTH readers. Above is yet another troll missive. Long on accusations and random statements, short on connecting the dots, and more “where’s Sessions?” rhetorical nonsense. Another attempt at division and distraction.

          Sessions was sworn in only 7 months ago. He has a DOJ that is riddled with Clinton/Obama holdovers. Even in the best of circumstances, merely learning the job and figuring out the contours of a path forward takes a lot of time. And in this short time you expected what, exactly? Indictments without grand jury investigations, which could take months — even years. Some are under seal.

          But again you think that the enforcement of law is like an episode of CSI: Washington, all “done and dusted” in 43 minutes and 17 minutes for commercials.

          And unlike the Obama and Clinton administrations, which flouted the law, the Trump administration is following the law. It’s called due process. He is giving back to Congress its Constitutional authority to pass laws rather than have dictatorial fiat from the pens of Obama and Clinton.

          You and the other trolls are tiresome and predictable. You know that Sessions cannot speak about ongoing investigations. You know that Trump doesn’t suffer fools gladly, and the fact that Sessions is still in place means Trump has full confidence in him.

          So sorry Sessions doesn’t share with every detail about every thing that he needs to deal with with everything stacked against him and Trump. And if you think he could have done some something by now regarding the labyrinthine mess left behind by Clinton Crime Family and the Obama Dictatorship, you are either delusional or stupid. I go with stupid. Troll.

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          • anthohmy says:

            I particularly enjoyed the mirth in Sessions eyes at the most recent hearing as they peppered him with questions about why the DOJ had not answered individual committee members unending stream of letters with questions.

            The DOJ as a Congressional Vending Machine…

            He seemed to identify a lack of staff due to the backlog of appointments at the hands of the very individuals simultaneously increasing the workload.

            He’s a rare bird, Sessions.

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            • NebraskaFilly says:

              IMO, he was smirking at them, blatantly, and they were too blind to even see it. That smile……I just LOVED that smile…..like a child singing “I know something you don’t know….nanny-nanny-boo-boo.” Thank you, ZurichMike – excellent.

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          • scott467 says:

            “Note to CTH readers. Above is yet another troll missive. Long on accusations and random statements, short on connecting the dots, and more “where’s Sessions?” rhetorical nonsense. Another attempt at division and distraction.”

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            Note to Mike.

            Don’t be afraid to speak directly to me when you make your false accusations, Mike.

            I am no troll, my grievances with the inaction of the Attorney General are legitimate and frequently mentioned by Sundance on this very website.

            If you have a problem with Sundance and his questions about Sessions, take it up with him.

            If you have a problem with me, then take it up with me.

            That’s not too much to ask, is it?

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            “Sessions was sworn in only 7 months ago. He has a DOJ that is riddled with Clinton/Obama holdovers. Even in the best of circumstances, merely learning the job and figuring out the contours of a path forward takes a lot of time. And in this short time you expected what, exactly?”

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            For starters, he could protect the RIGHTS of Americans whose rights are being violated by violent BLM and anti-fa mobs.

            How do you think that would go over if white people were violating the rights of assembly and free speech of black Obama supporters? I won’t hold my breath waiting for an answer, Mike.

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            “But again you think that the enforcement of law is like an episode of CSI: Washington, all “done and dusted” in 43 minutes and 17 minutes for commercials.”

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            I’m sorry Mike, what are your credentials again for psychoanalysis via forum posts? If I was posting from my own computer today, I would give you Scott Adams’ classification / term of the exact logical fallacy you just exhibited.

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            “And unlike the Obama and Clinton administrations, which flouted the law, the Trump administration is following the law. It’s called due process. ”

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            Which part of the law is Sessions following by allowing the Rights of Trump supporters to be violated with impunity, to be violently attacked physically and to have their right to assembly and freedom of speech violated all over the country by mobs?

            Can you even IMAGINE the response of the federal government, REGARDLESS of who was president, if the attackers were white Americans and the people whose rights were being violently violated were black?!?

            Where is the due process for the thousands of Americans who have had their rights violated with impunity by the domestic terrorist groups anti-fa and BLM?

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            “You and the other trolls are tiresome and predictable. You know that Sessions cannot speak about ongoing investigations. You know that Trump doesn’t suffer fools gladly, and the fact that Sessions is still in place means Trump has full confidence in him.”

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            Blind faith doesn’t mean your faith is well founded, it just means your faith is blind.

            And you keep playing a shell game. I’m not talking about ongoing investigations, I’m talking about things which he can and should do. He can and should protect the RIGHTS of Americans to speak freely and assemble without being violently attacked by domestic terrorist groups.

            Sessions is AWOL on that subject, BIGLY.

            He wouldn’t be AWOL if the roles were reversed, I can tell you that.

            And if any other Attorney General was in office, the largest shooting massacre in American history would not be corrupted and then buried by corrupt local and federal agents. Even a Demonrat A.G. would have opened an office in Las Vegas to be on top of the situation and to make sure the public stayed informed about matters which are in the NATIONAL INTEREST OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE, even if the Demonrat only did it for partisan political purposes.

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            “And if you think he could have done some something by now regarding the labyrinthine mess left behind by Clinton Crime Family and the Obama Dictatorship, you are either delusional or stupid. I go with stupid. Troll.”

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            You are engaging in what appears to be an intentional friendly fire incident. We are on the same side, Mike.

            I always love the ad-hominem attack, whether by friend or foe, it is like a neon sign pointing to the fact that you have no argument, so the best you can do is engage in personal attack.

            It makes my job easy, because your own personal attacks always say much more about you than they ever do about the object of your attack.

            I have seen that generally speaking, CTH bans people for ad-hominem attacks. I hope that is not the case here, I don’t want to see anyone banned, I only ask for the opportunity to respond, and I am glad that Ad-rem left this post so I could respond.

            The best response to speech I disagree with is to reply with better speech and better arguments, IMO. I don’t mind strong disagreements at all, I enjoy the discussion, but you didn’t present an argument, just a series of logical fallacies, mischaracterizations, false accusations and ad-hominem attacks.

            I look forward to continuing our discussion (now or another time) based on reasoned argument.

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            • ZurichMike says:

              You posted 858 words (about 4 double-spaced, typewritten pages) of doubling down on stupid. Nice try, Scott.

              Why should I or anyone have to present an argument when you can’t even understand basic fact patterns?

              Sundance has been patiently (re)posting basic fact patterns about the Trump doctrine, economics, policymaking, Sessions, etc. for months, and yet you feel slighted because I pointed out your hysterical caterwauling about things long ago explained over and over again? Poor baby!

              And Scott Adams is like Mike Cernovich — an online ratings whore. Aim higher.

              Note to CTH readers: See the troll try to shift the blame away from himself. Yawn.

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              • scott467 says:

                “You posted 858 words (about 4 double-spaced, typewritten pages) of doubling down on stupid. Nice try, Scott.”

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                More ad-hominem, still no argument. Your obsession with numbers is a new twist… or is that just another diversion from the subject at hand, for which you demonstrably have no argument?

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                “Why should I or anyone have to present an argument when you can’t even understand basic fact patterns?”

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                To which ‘basic fact pattern’ do you refer?

                Why are you always speaking for other people (using ‘we’) or speaking on behalf of other people (e.g., ‘or anyone ‘)?

                At first it was just unusual, but it is clearly a pattern at this point. By what authority do you speak for anyone besides yourself?

                How is your obligation to present a coherent argument related to me in any way? Are you really suggesting that the way you present yourself is dependent on how you perceive others, and you relieve yourself of any maturity or decency or rationality based on your perception of how others conduct themselves?

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                “Sundance has been patiently (re)posting basic fact patterns about the Trump doctrine, economics, policymaking, Sessions, etc. for months,”

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                Sundance has also been posting questions about Sessions, and where is he?

                Here is a recent one from a Uranium One thread https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/10/17/sean-hannity-discusses-uranium-one-scandal-with-sara-carter-and-john-solomon/ :

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                “and yet you feel slighted because I pointed out your hysterical caterwauling about things long ago explained over and over again? Poor baby!”

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                The hyperbole is all yours (again), lol!

                And the only person conducting himself like a baby here is… you.

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                “And Scott Adams is like Mike Cernovich — an online ratings whore. Aim higher.”

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                So now you hate Scott Adams too?

                Is there anybody you disagree with that you DON’T hate or call names?

                Have you completely lost control of yourself?

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                “Note to CTH readers: See the troll try to shift the blame away from himself. Yawn.”

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                What is it that compels you to continually seek validation from other people reading here?

                Who appointed you as the beat cop, judge and executioner for CTH?

                Wouldn’t you have more credibility if you simply answered the basic, straightforward questions I posed (as I do to yours)?

                Unless of course you can’t?

                Is that the explanation for all of your ad-hominem attack?

                Wasn’t that my observation to your first reply, that you had no argument so all you could do was engage in personal attacks?

                And you keep proving me right…

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                • ZurichMike says:

                  Basic fact patterns about Trump doctrines (economic, geopolitical, etc.) are posted by Sundance every time Trump moves forward on his agenda. These fact patterns answer many questions. And yet trolls continue to ask the same questions because they think that will change the same answer.

                  Sundance posted a photo of Sessions as “Where’s Waldo?” but he did not write 800 words of unsubstantiated crap like you did.

                  Your taunting question is so laughably juvenile. I have repeatedly answered your questions and more. You just can’t accept them. Fine. Move on, then.

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            • joshua says:

              OMG….stompy foot with long windy diatribe signifying all uppity offended requiring massive justification of everything in God’s green earth.

              Boring and immature as well as sorta sad, lad.

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              • scott467 says:

                “OMG….stompy foot with long windy diatribe signifying all uppity offended requiring massive justification of everything in God’s green earth.”

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                Hi Joshua,

                You feelin’ all right?

                Where was the ‘stompy foot’, precisely?

                Where was the diatribe?

                Do you even know what ‘diatribe’ means?

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                Diatribe
                noun
                1. a bitter, sharply abusive denunciation, attack, or criticism:
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                If you want to see a diatribe, check Mike’s posts, including his response to my original post, lol!

                Why are you so afraid and threatened by an opposing viewpoint?

                Why can’t you just defend your own viewpoint, rather than make personal attacks against those with whom you disagree?

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                “Boring and immature as well as sorta sad, lad.”

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                Which of us is actually being immature here?

                Do you really have no argument?

                Seriously, is ad-hominem attack really the best you can do?

                Can’t you even TRY to formulate an argument, or express yourself like an adult?

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              • ZurichMike says:

                Hi, Joshua! Long time, no see! Funny post, that! LOL!

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        • ladypenquin says:

          You’re just too easy, Scott. Simply sounding like an elitist snob.

          Like Sessions is supposed to tell you stuff. Actually, what he is doing behind the scenes is none of our business – in law, and after all, he is a lawyer, one of the first rules is to build an iron-clad case, not one the defense can get dismissed in two minutes in a courtroom. The machinations of the Clinton, Obama Cartel were great and deep. Investigators know how to just start tugging on a thread, and keep tugging, and tugging, and tugging.

          And to those who wonder why he has a gag order on the witness, that’s an absolute. For all we know he is being protected physically right now, but you sure don’t let them talk and spill the beans so the crooks get away.

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          • scott467 says:

            “You’re just too easy, Scott. Simply sounding like an elitist snob.

            Like Sessions is supposed to tell you stuff. ”

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            I’m not asking him to tell me stuff, I’m asking him to do his job.

            A really BIG part of his job is to protect the RIGHTS of We the People, especially when our RIGHTS are being violated, violently, by domestic terrorist mobs like anti-fa and BLM.

            Can you even imagine, for a second, what would happen if white mobs were physically attacking Obama supporters and violating their Constitutional (never mind civil) right to assemble and their Constitutional right to freedom of speech?!?

            Can you IMAGINE?!?

            Sessions would be on the job pronto, whole new departments of government would be created to deal with this outrageous racism and political bigotry and violence.

            So when white people are the target of violence and violation of rights, WHERE’S THE BEEF?

            Are we less than?

            Are we not full citizens of America, with the all the same rights as black people?

            Why are the rights of black people protected and defended with righteous fervor, but the rights of white people are pointedly ignored, encouraging more and greater violations?

            Sessions doesn’t need to tell me stuff.

            The Attorney General is the Chief Law enforcement Officer of the United States of America.

            Sessions needs to do his JOB and uphold the rule of Law.

            Equal Justice Under Law.

            Not one standard of law for some Americans, and a different standard (or no standard at all) for other Americans.

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        • I know that Sessions has been very busy with the immigration problem, also with MS13 and the MS13. I know that he is busy with border security, but much of what he appears to be busy with could have been handled by subordinates. He is also helping with the sex-rings and pedophile arrest-which there have been multiples, Koodos to him, but…Why Scott 467 is questioning has a great point to it.Many supporters have been injured because of ANTIFA, this is a terrorist group and has posted ALL over the place about Nov 4th, now hear tell that Soros has given MILLIONS to that group as well as the Black Panthers as well as BLM. Whether more tin hat theories or not, It IS a matter of concern, has been allowed to snowball, simply because no stop since the campaign and after has been done to stop this group. Even the media has been allowed to praise ANTIFA, how was that possible. And then onto Russia, Russia, Russia, how is it that the complicit Mueller is allowed to hire TWENTY attorneys and continue on with this never ending witch hunt, meanwhile he is guilty as heck of selling out this nation with the Clintons!?! Scott as well as I have every right to question what the heck is Sessions doing????

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          • ZurichMike says:

            You are also wasting bandwidth.

            1. The MS-13 items *were* handled by subordinates. He just announced the results. Get it?
            2. What makes you think he is *not* going after Antifa thugs? Use facts, logic, and common sense. See prior comments about grand jury investigations.
            3. Sessions doesn’t control what shiny object the media wants to focus on. Surely you’ve noticed that the media have an agenda antithetical to Trump? Or do you live under a rock?
            4. What makes you think that Trump is not setting up Mueller to take down others? Use facts, logic, and common sense. See prior comments about grand jury investigations.
            5. What part of “due process” do you not understand? Even Mueller and Clinton must be brought to justice properly, not just because you have bee in your bonnet. See prior comments about grand jury investigatios.,

            You have every right to ask questions, evey stupid questions. And we have every right to mock your for your breathtaking ignorance.

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            • Bendix says:

              It’s just a feeling, but I know for a fact that there is a new emphasis on sex-trafficking prosecution, particularly involving the underaged.
              My feeling is that, once there is a major breakthrough in that area, some of these other areas of interest will be rendered nearly moot.

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            • b0yzero says:

              It doesn’t help to be insulting to those who don’t have the understanding that you possess. I’m a full-time college student eager to learn; however, if I had a professor who dispenses his knowledge in the same pompous, asinine tone as you do, I would drop the class and find a professor who isn’t going to insult the students for their lack of knowledge and understanding.

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              • ZurichMike says:

                Oh, poor sensitive snowflake! Sorry, anyone who has spent even a week on this site would understand that the comments to which I responded were posted by trolls.

                I wouldn’t want such a crybaby student like you anyway. Try HuffPo or Salon. They’re looking for emasculated men or boy zeros or whatever your gender identification is.

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                • scott467 says:

                  Mike, how is it that you have appointed yourself judge, jury and executioner?

                  Are you authorized by Sundance and Ad-rem to police this website, make determinations about who has a valid point and who doesn’t, and dispense your version of ad-hominem justice accordingly?

                  I am definitely not wishing that anyone should be banned, certainly including myself. I just want to know what the rules are, so that I can respond accordingly.

                  If this discussion was taking place on Breitbart, there wouldn’t even be a woodshed left for Mike to hide in or phone a friend for help.

                  But I can’t handle the discussion that way here, or I will be penalized… unless you would like to give me permission to deal with Mike the way he has chosen to deal with others here?

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                • ZurichMike says:

                  If you don’t like my posts, don’t read them. It’s that simple. If you can’t stand criticism, don’t post hyperventilating nonsense.

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                • jello333 says:

                  Hey Mike, I’m not trying to get in the middle of all this “troll” stuff, but I do have a couple things I need to say. First of all, even though I’ve found myself frustrated with Sessions, I think you’re exactly right in regards to what he may be doing behind the scenes. If he is indeed setting things up for a grand jury, maybe even “flipping” witnesses and such, that will be GREAT. Like you say, since Sessions still has a job, I figure Trump must be satisfied with what he’s up to. I’m gonna give Jeff the benefit of the doubt on that, and TRY to wait patiently for the day he drops the bomb on Hillary and others.

                  But something I kinda have to agree with a couple others on, regarding OTHER criminals in our midst… namely BLM and Antifa. Again, you’re right that IF there’s ongoing investigations leading to eventual indictments, Sessions is right to keep it quiet for now. THAT I have no problem with. But as some others have said, there’s also the ONGOING threat… and I don’t think it would hurt Sessions to make a public comment about that. Something like,

                  “We have seen threats and attacks over the past couple years by members of certain groups against members of certain other groups, many at political rallies. And I just want to take this opportunity to warn anyone who may be considering similar attacks in the future: We are watching, and you WILL be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, under the appropriate statutes, whether it be assault, riot, hate crimes, possibly even terrorism. I just thought I should take a moment and make myself clear about this, just in case anyone believes they have free rein as they’ve had in the past. Those days are gone.”

                  That wouldn’t impact any ongoing investigations/prosecutions, but it just MIGHT help prevent any further attacks on innocent people.

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                • ZurichMike says:

                  Trump said things like that a few times already. Having Sessions say would do what exactly?

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                • scott467 says:

                  Mike wrote: “If you don’t like my posts, don’t read them. It’s that simple. If you can’t stand criticism, don’t post hyperventilating nonsense.”

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                  Don’t be a baby, Mike.

                  Did I not ask simple, straightforward questions? Were my points not similarly clear and direct? Can you not answer any of them?

                  Try answering the questions. If you set your knee-jerk anger aside long enough to think and reply, I think you’ll find we agree on much more than we disagree.

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                • ZurichMike says:

                  No, you posed the same questions that have been answered ad nauseum on this and other threads. Asking them again doesn’t mean you are owed another answer.

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            • scott467 says:

              “You are also wasting bandwidth.”

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              LOL! Your concerns over bandwidth usage are duly noted 🙂

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              “1. The MS-13 items *were* handled by subordinates. He just announced the results. Get it?”

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              You mean Jeff wasn’t in there, breaking down doors and slapping the cuffs on the tattoo murder brigades?

              Thanks for setting the record straight, Mike. That wasn’t a waste of bandwidth at all, lol!

              I’m confident that clearmorning7’s point was that Sessions ought to be able to walk and chew gum at the same time.

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              “What makes you think he is *not* going after Antifa thugs? Use facts, logic, and common sense. See prior comments about grand jury investigations.”

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              Because every time Conservative speakers and Trump supporters gather to express themselves publicly, the local police are given stand-down orders and the anti-fa and BLM mob are given permission to assault hundreds of Conservatives and Trump supporters?

              If Sessions was ‘going after them’, all he would have to do is call in the National Guard or federal marshalls or the FBI or other federal Authority on a Civil Rights justification and SLAP IT DOWN HARD.

              He would only have to do it once and the message would be sent. No investigations necessary to see that the mayors and chiefs of police are derelict in their duty. Investigations can and should be made to find out WHY, but the fact that they are derelict is plain on its face, and needs to be punished, PUBLICLY, and DENOUNCED publicly.

              The power of the bully pulpit is available to the A.G. just as it is to the President.

              Sessions is nowhere to be found, while thousands of Americans and Trump supporters have their rights violated with IMPUNITY.

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              “3. Sessions doesn’t control what shiny object the media wants to focus on.”

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              No worries there, Mike!

              Yet another swing and a miss, LOL!

              The media is DEFINITELY NOT focusing on anti-fa and BLM violating Conservatives’ and Trump supporters rights!

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              “Surely you’ve noticed that the media have an agenda antithetical to Trump? Or do you live under a rock?”

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              That’s some kind of intellectual rocket surgery you’re performing there. Why is everyone you disagree with a target for you to be nasty towards?

              Seriously, your vitriol is misplaced.

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              “4. What makes you think that Trump is not setting up Mueller to take down others?”

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              What makes you think he is? Sans conjecture and speculation, naturally? (this ought to be good, lol!).

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              “Use facts, logic, and common sense. See prior comments about grand jury investigations.”

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              Yes, please do use facts, logic and common sense, rather than speculation, ad-hominem attack, logical fallacies, mischaracterizations and false accusations.

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              “5. What part of “due process” do you not understand?”

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              What part of ‘due process do YOU not understand?

              What does ‘due process’ have to do with stopping mobs from violating the rights of American citizens when the local authorities are either corrupt or derelict?

              Do you really suggest that the same response would come from the federal government if the roles were reversed, and white mobs were violently attacking black Obama supporters and radical Leftists, violating their rights to assembly and freedom of speech?

              Or are you one who believes that all animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others?

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              “Even Mueller and Clinton must be brought to justice properly, not just because you have bee in your bonnet. See prior comments about grand jury investigatios.,”

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              That’s great…. maybe Sessions could try chewing gum and walking at the same time? Maybe he can do the things you mentioned, without leaving these other things undone? If the job is too big for him, maybe he should get help?

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              “You have every right to ask questions, evey stupid questions.”

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              Thanks Mike, LOL!

              It’s a testament to your magnificent eyesight that you can even see the rest of us from perch atop the Ivory Tower!

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              “And we have every right to mock your for your breathtaking ignorance.”

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              Who’s ‘we’?

              You got a mouse in your pocket?

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      • anthohmy says:

        Hello

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      • ladypenquin says:

        They also link you to a Lefty source of known bias. “The Hill” is a lefty political hacking machine.

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      • eagledriver50 says:

        I have noticed that too so I have a sentence that I post, you may have seen it…
        “POUND SAND”!!! Usually I get a VERY SNARKY remark and then I know I over the target and I drop another…THAT’D BE — MOAB!!!

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      • You’re entitled to your opinion, but you would have to be psychic to infer intent into such posts. Perhaps these people are, like me, Trump voters from the beginning, who are perplexed and chagrined in witnessing Trump’s about-face on statements like “Lock Her Up!”? I am angry and disappointed that Trump flipped on Hillary’s criminality immediately after victory. If that doesn’t give you pause, it should. But of course, only time will tell. We have so little of it, we cannot afford to idly sit by waiting to see what our government is doing in our name. After all, we are meant to engage in government oversight.

        Sessions recused himself. Trump blasted him for it when it became obvious that Mueller, Rosenstein were colluding to put foxes in the chicken coop and delegitimize this victory. In recent testimony, Sessions again deferred to Rod Rosenstein’s “judgement”. That anyone accepted Mueller as a credible investigator of any Clinton wrongdoing is preposterous given his clear conflicts. This argues for either 1) resignation, or 2) immediate dismissal. Why is that not occurring? It is natural to conclude (and with ample past experiences to instruct on just how badly our government screws over We the People) that all is well and all can be trusted because “our betters” have it all in hand?

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        • ZurichMike says:

          “Lock her up” is sloganeering, a shorthand for (1) gather evidence, (2) convene grand jury, (3) convince grand jury to issue indictment, (4) indict, (5) trial (motions, jury selection, trial, breaks), (6) convict, (7) sentence, (8) survive appeals, and then, and only then, “lock her up”. We live in a constitutional republic, remember? You still assume that because you’re not “in” on what Sessions is doing he’s being idle. See prior comments on difficulties of convening, and length of proceedings, of grand juries involving multiple parties across national borders, all levels of government, the media, and business.

          Read the numbered threads of @Imperator_Rex3 and @ThomasWictor, two of the most analytically astute people on Twitter. Here’s one from Imperator_Rex3

          Trump didn’t “flip” on Hillary’s criminality. He carefully stated that he wouldn’t be going after her. That’s because HE’S NOT THE ATTORNEY GENERAL.

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  3. You gotta admit, W was one hell of a visionary:

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    • OverWatch says:

      What a dipshit! If he can’t remove the lens caps from binoculars there is no way this ass clown could have flown a plane, much less a fighter jet.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      What annoys me most about GWB’s little stunt the other day is that many of us leapt in front of incoming verbal and written bullets calling him Hitler and every other name under the sun, and yet he now joins forces with the same detractors and haters (yes, the Uniparty does exist).

      Best meme about this was a photo of GWB with the caption “Scientists baffled. Mute man speaks for first time in 8 years”

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      • WhistlingPast says:

        The photo caption that suggested itself:

        “Five men with no ethics pose with one slut with no morals.”

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      • ladypenquin says:

        I read this good article yesterday, “My Seventeen Year Romance With George W Bush.”

        It speaks to how far the betrayal of GWB wounds all of us who did exactly that, Mike. Defended him, when he wouldn’t defend himself, and setting us up for the losses in 2006 – all leading to Obama.

        http://www.unifiedpatriots.com/2017/10/22/my-seventeen-year-romance-with-george-w-bush/

        The other disaster to be laid at GWB’s feet is the fact that he did not clear out the Clinton lackey’s. He was so compassionate he left political hacks in place. It’s how they took down Sen. Ted Stevens in Alaska, got his seat and got the 60 votes for Obamacare. Those prosecutors were Democrats with a plan… In fact, the Democrats are always with a plan, while we’re left wondering what happened to honesty and decency.

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        • WhistlingPast says:

          Yes ladypenquin. I remember my fury with Mark Levin, Rush Limbaugh and Hannity who absolutely would NOT criticize W for anything as he was caving to the demonrats. Their very influential voices at the time COULD have held W and other Republican wusses’ feet to the fire. But no. Their feckless silence also helped pave the path for 0bama.

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        • crunchycon1 says:

          I claim no clairvoyance and I was a big defender of W; I think, looking back, that the first clue was when he refused to prosecute the Clintonistas that trashed our White House before they left in ’01,

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        • Bendix says:

          I thought this was going to be by someone else, and I was shocked that it had made it into print.
          Then I realized that no, this is W, not HW we are talking about.

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        • gymcy81 says:

          …via media hype and candidate money….
          the other choices provided to the voters, at the time, were:
          ’04 John Kerry…
          ’08 Al Gore…

          I’ll leave to one’s imaginations as to what that would have been like.

          p.s. Why were there no war casualty count downs and weekly updates etc., when bo was president? (gets a pass because of Bin Laden being found -after 10 yrs. of CIA searching…and / or for bo being a democrat?)

          p.s.t. And yes, the bailouts and government over-spending was again, ridiculous – with Bush. (but no pass is given for getting Saddam Hussein caught, trialed etc.)

          imho

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    • Curry Worsham says:

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    • jonvil says:

      This resembles a Kim Jong-un staged “Beloved Leader Peering Intently” photo op…at least he was smart enough to removed the lens caps…

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  4. auntiefran413 says:

    I love having new friends!

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      The people will not kneel unto the parade of global tyrants.

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      • OldGal46 says:

        Fellow Americans: Please…take the words of this powerful song to heart and NEVER GIVE UP–no matter what our future may bring!

        I am extremely proud to have been born in this great nation and am able to vote. Of course, my vote was for the amazing ‘outsider’–Donald John Trump!

        Now, it is my duty, and yours, to continue every day to PRAY for this great man and his entire family, that they ALL remain safe and secure. We must also pray that the President continues to receive and utilize the wisdom granted him by our Great Creator.

        We are, unfortunately, in the midst of a tremendous fight–the fight for our values and way of life. Let NO one succeed in taking from us those things which are our right–LIFE, LIBERTY and THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS!!!

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  5. WhistlingPast says:

    Looking at that picture. . .

    Boris Johnson: the unkempt Donald Trump.

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    • Sentient says:

      The weirder the hair, the better the candidate. Remember Geert Wilders.

      Liked by 6 people

      • WhistlingPast says:

        I remember Geert Wilders and admire him greatly.
        Contemporary heroes like Geert are too rare and far better than the countrymen who reject him, to their detriment.

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        • Cliff says:

          Wonder why SD skipped over LePen’s almost victory? At least there is a movement
          going in France (and wherever Geert is from. Denmark? Don’t recall).
          At least Macron seems to be coming around to Trump..

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  6. So when can we take on the Federal Reserve and the international banking cartels, otherwise known as the true power behind the thrones of this world?

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    • Cliff says:

      I imagine it’s on the agenda further down the road. Probably during second term,
      my guess towards the end, as a Grand Finale move.

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  7. Sentient says:

    Wish we had a MAGA candidate for Minneapolis mayor. We have a dozen or more candidates (we have “ranked choice voting”) and it’s like the bar scene from Star Wars. I’m pretty sure I’m going to vote for the Muslim, then the Jew, then the gay and if I have any more votes left, then the crazy black guy. Because the others are worse.

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  8. rajabear1 says:

    Excellent SD.
    These weasels have NO idea of what they have done by kicking the Giant.
    I was worried of those abroad, that have been brainwashed for so long, because of how their laws are structured to keep them in control, would be able or know HOW to react…if they even knew they had to…
    Apologizing to your foreign rapist? Seriously? Lovely…they do that crap per government.
    Go. Fight. Be ready for the worst fight of your life…or to fight for your life. You choose.
    Ours too, kiddies, fellow Americans.
    It’s kinda crazy to think that American DNA is a thing when you actually understand real science…but It. Is. REAL.
    It’s un-tangngable. To be an American.
    To be an American. It is born an bread into us.
    They don’t get it, but it’s what they are coming against here, apparently, globally.
    Have fun globalists…you have no idea what you’ve unleashed.
    Get ready globalist boys…we’re in for the long haul and the fun is just beginning.

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    • rajabear1 says:

      Shoulda put fun in quotations. It’s not what I want. Any of this.
      I don’t relish any of this. I find it repulsive, wrong and so disgusting.
      They brought it to my doorstep and now, I must find the best way to deal with it.
      President Trump is doing quite well right now a keeping the hounds at bey.
      Sorry SD.

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      • ladypenquin says:

        Not fun, but certainly necessary, so don’t be bothered. General Patton had it right, doing the enemy in before they did us in.

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  9. reverence1 says:

    About the article linked on Kurz from Austria: I tried to find any sources (english or german) for the quotes in this article about Soros and could not find any. I will keep looking, but I have some doubts, whether this source is reliable.
    Anyhow, the election of Kurz in Austria is very good news. He cnfronted the old corrupt ÖVP party with a lot of changes including an election-list consisting of outside people (in a way similar to what Macron did in France).
    The new german goverment, which is in the process of being negotiated will have globalist and moderately nationalist elements. And Merkel might hand over to the next generation in the near future. One of them, Jens Spahn, has already visited the White House and is good friends with Kurz. For germans to take on a nationalsit agenda is very, very complicated due to the history.
    Interview with Spahn from start of this year:
    https://player.fm/series/hardtalk-1301452/deputy-finance-minister-germany-jens-spahn
    and here a recent interview with Kurz in english:
    http://www.spiegel.de/international/europe/sebastian-kurz-i-definitely-have-a-red-line-a-1173943.html

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    • ladypenquin says:

      You’re right. We two German families as neighbors. One is with their army and the other with NATO. They’ve talked about the immigration disaster, but they’ve also told me that when the people speak up – they’re called Nazis. They’re still struggling to distance themselves from their history, yet preserve their right to nationalism. It is a dilemma I didn’t know about.

      Not too dissimilar from the label Lefties like to give us in this country, calling us “racists” and “bigots” though neither is true.

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      • reverence1 says:

        thanks. it goes even deeper than being called names. We are being denied (or denying ourselves) a positive history to be proud of. Also all post war generations have been taught to feel guilty. Especially my generation, born in the fifties, has been taught to hate their fathers. It was a very painfull process for me to let go of this destructive hate. It dissolved before my father died and we were very close, but we were not able to talk and forgive each other, only to feel this.

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  10. reverence1 says:

    nationalist agenda (see …)

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  11. anthohmy says:

    Every once in a while I get this odd whiff of you people and can’t figure out whether AI is hacking my computer or one of you ate a meal I cooked or played basketball at camp anthdohmy.

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  12. Sepp says:

    Earlier in 2017, a group of conservative intellectuals and scholars met in Paris to create an affirmation for Europe. It is worth reading even if it is several pages long.

    The Paris Statement

    A Europe We Can Believe In

    https://www.thetrueeurope.eu

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  13. stillers213 says:

    I love this article, especially the ending. 🙂

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