Saturday, January 31, 2015

Somebody's tax dollars at work -- not mine

From just a few months back, a blockbuster story showing that something is truly rotten in the state of Denmark (to quote Shakespeare's Hamlet):
$2.46T: Tax Revenues for FY14 Hit Record Through July--Gov't Runs $460B Deficit

The Great One was fond of saying, and I'll never cease repeating, that the more a government "taxes" wages, the more it goes into debt. This link is almost custom-designed to demonstrate the reality of it.


Thursday, January 29, 2015

Conundrums that are no mysteries

Via email:

Six Conundrums and Three Questions.

A gun is like a parachute.
If you need one, and don't have one, you'll probably never need one again.

The definition of the word Conundrum is: something that is puzzling or confusing.

Here are six Conundrums in the United States of America:
1. America is capitalist and greedy - yet half of the population is subsidized.
2. Half of the population is subsidized - yet they think they are victims.
3. They think they are victims - yet their representatives run the government.
4. Their representatives run the government - yet the poor keep getting poorer.
5. The poor keep getting poorer - yet they have things that people in other countries only dream about.
6. They have things that people in other countries only dream about - yet they want America to be more like those other countries.
Think about it!

And that, my friends, pretty much sums up the USA in the 21st Century.
Makes you wonder who is doing the math.
These three questions tell you a lot about the direction of our current government and cultural environment:

1. Why are we advised to NOT judge ALL Muslims by the actions of a few lunatics, but we are encouraged to judge ALL gun owners by the actions of a few lunatics?
Funny how that works. And here's another one worth considering...
2. Why do we constantly hear about how Social Security is going to run out of money, but never hear about welfare or food stamps running out of money?
What's interesting is the first group "worked for" their money, but the second didn't.
Think about it.....and last but not least,
3. Why are we cutting benefits for our veterans, no pay raises for our military and cutting our army to a level lower than before WWII, but we are not stopping the payments or benefits to illegal aliens?

Am I the only one missing something?

Here's another puzzlement for the collection:

J. Edgar Hoover hated author John Steinbeck so much that he had the IRS audit him every year

John Steinbeck was an American writer best known for Of Mice and Men and The Grapes of Wrath. He received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1962. J. Edgar Hoover was on a fight against communism.

He was convinced that Steinbeck was a full-blown Red communist. Steinbeck was a proud patriot who tried to give a voice to the powerless and defenseless. J. Edgar had nothing to charge Steinbeck with, though. Instead, J. Edgar used his power to encourage the IRS to audit Steinbeck’s taxes every single year of his life to be politically annoying.

The FBI denied all allegations that they were harassing Steinbeck let alone have a full fledged investigation going on about him. Steinbeck was heavily tied to communists through the League of American Writers and the United States Communist Party’s John Reed Club for writers. He was in contact with leftist authors, journalists, and labor unions. He was a close associate of playwrite Arthur Miller, too.

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Was the late Mr. Steinbeck a great humanitarian and populist, or a leftwing demagogue? I know only one thing about his novel The Grapes of Wrath: it bored me to death in middle school where it was, strangely, the only full-length feature routinely showed in in philosophy class -- and I was a passionate student of film at the time.

Certainly we don't back government abuse of power against anybody. When they used to use sic the IRS on genuine subversives in the good old days, it was thrilling..... but that was long ago in some long-lost dreamland. Herbert Hoover was a conundrumaceous president.

Illusions and idols are falling and shattering like glass. The media and the globalist politicians are as one, but wondrously, the latter are exposing the filthy, satanically evil behaviour of some of their own favorite deities -- a child rape ring involving some of the most-worshiped people on earth is making top headlines worldwide. Like his wife, Slick Willie is known to be an entity not only lacking in any moral scruples, but driven by extreme violent and sociopathic impulses. Just when you think his personal and geopolitical record couldn't be more genocidal, it turns out he's in with these extreme perverts!

This is further humiliation for Hellary in a train of them going back 40 years or more. It's said it will damage her chances of becoming Pezident. Something tells me that if they were still living together in a ritzy mansion in Chappaqua, NY, you could hear her screaming and throwing lamps across the room all the way down in Yonkers. Why are the media reporting it? Quite possibly as a test to see how far down public opinion can be debauched. The real question is whether this is finally going to shake communist-ameriKans' love for him.

Across the ocean one of the heretofore least-stained royal personages is now in stinking rotten disgrace over this abuse industry. Unhappy as it may be for fans of everything super-wealthy and prestigious, everyone should rejoice that these extremely left-wing parasite-deities are being discredited. You don't have to be a socialist to hate plutocracy and idolatry.

That was all preface to this:
The Titanic Coverup Unravels

Of course, the Titanic having been significantly a project of the British financial "elite", and a ton of rich people with beautiful clothes, it's in line for endless wailing, worshipful apotheosis in fable and song. I hope I'm not a cynic when I start chortling at seeing the truth about the affair go public: it wasn't the Titanic but its relabeled sister ship the Olympic that went down. It wasn't a melodramatic tragedy in which mere human overconfidence killed off 1,500 people in the icy waters of the North Atlantic -- a failure of good intentions, etc. -- but rather a mind-numbingly blackhearted plot by these same elites to keep the White Star Line from going down due to (among other things) the blunders and incompetence of staff that should have been long since fired.

That's only the beginning. The facts are above -- read 'em and weep as they deserve for the first time ever (unless you're already hip to this suppressed history). The ship could have been saved, but J.P. Morgan and others didn't want it to -- 'twould have been rather bad for business!

Since April 15, 1912 there have been oceans of scholarship, sentiment, arts and crafts over the "Titanic", presumably on the basis of humanity's desire to prevent further tragedies and memorialize the horrible suffering of the victims. Are they now going to take this shocking revelation and run with it, decrying plutocracy and oligarchy with a vengeance, demanding at least poetic and historical justice for the bodies still rotting at 41.726931° N and -49.948253° W -- maybe even some financial justice for the families cynically deprived of parents or legacies that day, or whatever? No doubt there are reputations to be restored, perhaps those of people who tried to get the truth out at the time and were ridiculed or ruined for it. Yeah, it was a long time ago, but the ship is still making oceans of money for those with no interest in justice (indeed people who generally hate the stuff).

There have been two hit Hollywood movies about the Titanic. There's a poetic yet searing documentary on it. Will it, too, be a smash in theaters now, liberating minds and crushing illusions of great tonnage?
Why they Sank TITANIC ("Evidence The Titanic Was Sunk on Purpose")
Hmmm..... maybe not. The Establishment killed Princess Die, Michael Jackson, John Lennon and lots of other decadent cynosures. Their "fans" have made gross outpourings of sorrow and condolence when they've bitten the dust, but I can't think of a single case where these votaries have shown any interest in exposing their killers -- the Murder Inc. departments of today's political/economic establishment.

Am I crazy for caring more about this than they do -- especially when my view of the murdered ranges from extreme skepticism for burning contempt? No, because every arm of the "new" world order urgently needs exposure and legal, lawful shutdown. 


Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Complications, complications for an Obummer administration

....that's trying to juggle, jab, jiggle and jive-talk every sector of the population at once.
Revenge of the Upper Middle Class
Yet as the backlash to the proposal demonstrated, the soaring cost of a college education makes even a six-figure income seem small, and the definition of "middle class" quite elastic. In a remarkably quick turnaround, the White House on Tuesday dropped the 529 plan just over a week after announcing it. In doing so, administration officials let it be known that not only had top Republicans protested the change, powerful Democrats like House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi were urging the president to scrap it as well.....

Well! You see how fast the GOP swings into action on something when they want to, e.g. when it directly effects the 1% or top 5% among them! They've dragged, fumbled and stumbled along on many life-and-death issues like the forever wars, immigration and Obummercare. Their excuse is that well, gee, political reality keeps them from definitively coming through on things that matter most to us, the people who can't afford to buy there attentions or loyalties.

I really wish they wouldn't do the things they do. It's hard not to hate Jeffrey Sterling for being a CIA demon, but even harder not to hate the people sending him to the gulag for pointing out the Soviet USSA we're living under now.

It seems that once a month anymore, there's an announcement that the IRS has been thwacked with a budget cut and isn't going to be able to persecute and torture wage-earners at the same rate anymore. The media uniformly seem to consider this a great crisis. Here's the latest instance to cross my desk, just so we can say we're tracking the entire alleged curve downward:
The IRS horror story is about to get much worse


Thursday, January 22, 2015

NYTimes reporter shakes things up

I........ncluding his employer, the W Bush administration, the Department of Home Insecurity and an extra-special installment of 60 Minutes.
Journalists silenced, Americans in the dark The war against informed citizens

James Risen has been writing for the New York Times for many years. If you handle news, you've seen his byline often. This of course is no distinction in itself -- the Times is an evil, filthy, depraved, willing tool of global tyranny and exploitation.

What distinguishes him from the banal herd of "mainstream" media hacks is that he's actually shown some character and manhood in pursuing the original goal of journalism -- telling the public what the politicians don't want them to hear. Not to blink in a showdown with the most powerful (and evil) government in the world -- now that's what I call an American!

Even if he's only doing it in the name of the media-government complex's incestuous goals -- more "diversity", more "tolerance", more nonwhite faces all around you.


Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Washington's un-losing strategy -- and Clarkson's

The Great one was not the first person to assert that George Washington "won" the Revolution by managing to keep on not losing it -- but he was the first to draw attention to this crucial, liberating idea for many of us. Here's an entire podcast on the subject:
Washington Revolutionary

Yes, it's from a site your mother wouldn't want you touching..... but there's an old saying about judging a book by its cover, and another one that goes "Don't shoot the messenger."

Those that heeded The Great One's teachings gained greatly by them. Many a defense has been successful against the tax rats by the perfectly legal, moral methods sometimes going under the wry heading of "sneaky lawyer tricks" -- actual strategems practiced by lawyers, often against innocent people. Me, I've always said that all we had to do was turn the enemy's figurative guns around on them, and we'd win it overnight, otherwise known as simply doing everything they do right back at them. Dr. Clarkson was one of the very, very few conservatives that understood the basics of human nature.

Variation on a theme, familiar to lots of Southerners -- speaking of material that today's self-appointed thought police hate:

My interpretation of it is that you can often win a fight by gumming up your assailant's moves in various ways -- not only via a head-on clash to the death.


Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Michael "Martin Luther" King a great litmus test of public intelligence

"Just died".... well, that's what they think if prompted to by a fake pollster's question. What do you think, should should celebrate that this much-worshiped pervert and demagogue is fading into historical un-memory.... or mourn that people are so stupid they're not even aware of the most basic aspects of how their country is being run? (E.g. with the deification of MLK.)

The public first passed the stupid test (testifying that they are, in fact, hopelessly stupid) when they fell for the "civil rights" snare starting in the Lincoln era, but it's all been greatly exacerbated from the age of FDR and Eleanor onward. They sheeple flaunted their rank ignorance by allowing the supposed conservative Pezident Reagan to agree to a national holiday for the fake preacher. Every year that a new King Day passes with no resistance, ameriKans of all colors show that there's simply nothing where their collective IQ should be.

Polls like the above aggravate the hell out of the con artists running the country. That's good news. Thus they'll redouble their efforts, programs and massive expenditures of taxpayer moneys to kick the "education" machine back into motion. That's extremely bad.... hideously awful.... simply deplorable.

King was no hero. ameriKa needs to accept this fact and get on with its alleged life.


Sunday, January 18, 2015

Pitiful tale of a tri-national hussy without a country

Oh, how my heart bleeds for her. Am catching it in a bucket.
British mother who fled to join ISIS, escaped, may be sent back

Why why WHY didn't this visionary creature's family move to the US instead of the UK? We're the true mother of all diversities. For ameriKa to enjoy the privilege of having a family of people with funny names that could produce a traitor like her would have been the biggest privilege since, well, Obama ascended to the White Throne on Jan. 20, 2009.

It's a small world. We are all one. Whether you live in England, Syria, Turkey, Birobidjan or Tierra del Fuego makes no difference. People of true goodwill will love and welcome you everywhere, give you a place and niche to find and fulfill yourself, do explore your deepest depths and bring rich meanings to the surface.

In turn, you can put these inner treasures on display for your friends and neighbors or even the WHOLE WORLD to learn from!  

We are all one, kumbayah. But those who seize the international momentum of these exciting times know that..... it's a small world, after all!!!

Too bad about that "one-legged man" part, though, isn't it. Do you think they're being sarcastic?


Saturday, January 17, 2015

There are always strings attached

Here in scrupulously Orwellized Anderson County, SC, we once had a sheriff who loved to spend money. People challenged him on building a helicopter collection and he protested "But we only have four!"

I think Los Angeles only had like 12 at the time, and we're not even 1/20 their size.
Free Army helicopter ends up costing Newark's police $2 million, records show

"Free" -- hah, isn't that a good one?


Thursday, January 15, 2015

More details on IRS viciousness, arrogance and callousness

Nothing earthshaking, but -- well, kind of earthshaking:
IRS Watchdog: Elderly and Disabled Taxpayers Not Allowed to Leave Messages

Dr. Clarkson maintained that the "Service" targets the weak, poor and elderly by cause they're easier marks. This would jive with that -- especially in the wake of our loss of Henry Link, a South Carolina patriot who was still being hounded and persecuted by the tax thieves when he died aged 94 in 2013.

My thesis is that government is predatory. It preys on the people it purports to serve. It robs, rapes and kills as many of us as it can get away with, and stultifies and harrasses the rest..... except the high and mighty types mirroring government in the private sector (but I repeat myself).

Everybody lives in their own little world -- far more than they know, including myself. For most people, the soggy ground their world stands on is the assumption that government is benign, it loves us, it wants to to everything for our benefit. Amazingly, when something like the IRS abuse hits them personally, an easy 99% of them go on with the fantasy, believing it's just a fluke and the government still meant well the whole time.

Where have we heard this before? Oh yes -- people gaily sacrificing their children to the war god and forever reassuring themselves that it was all to the good -- nation-building, winning hearts and minds, bringing democracy, stopping terror, tra-la, tra-la.

Government wouldn't lie to us, right?


Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Much ironic but unfunny news at NOTW

The News of the Weird weekly newsprint feature is going strong. There are a number of items bearing directly on our favorite subjects. One of the best, because it's among the worst:
Even though one state requires 400 hours' training just to become a professional manicurist, for instance, most states do not demand nearly such effort to become armed security guards, according to a CNN/Center for Investigative Reporting analysis released in December. Fifteen states require no firearms training at all; 46 ignore mental health status; nine do not check the FBI's criminal background database; and 27 states fail to ascertain whether an applicant is banned by federal law from even carrying a gun. (After an ugly incident in Arizona in which a juvenile gun offender was hired as a guard, the state added a box on its form for applicants to "self-report" the federal ban -- but still refuses to use the FBI database.) [CNN, 12-10-2014] 

Visit the site often -- since it isn't updated every single week, I check in every month or so. Why am I writing this column and sharing with you this specific information? So you can redeploy it among your friends, family, co-workers, readers et al.

You say you don't have readers, i.e. via a blog, column or whatever? Perhaps you should start one or more, write letters to editors etc. Self-expression is physically and mentally good for you. Why, even scientists have found it so!

Contact your local non-daily newspaper and ask if they'd accept a month's worth of columns from you. What do you have to lose?


Monday, January 12, 2015

Renegade Forbes article an avalanche of good ideas. Read EVERY word of it!

It's hard work getting politicians and big entities to acknowledge the existence of the real world. They live by their own rules and generally regard us as ignorant, laughable "rubes" that inconveniently need to be suckered over and over with each new election cycle.

Prominent among these large entities are governments and media empires. Forbes magazine is an icon of this high-floating realm of existence, having been published for many years by jet-setting plutocrat Malcolm Forbes. It's not every day that such a periodical suddenly embraces reality and abandons political correctness. When it does, it's fleeting -- but scrumptious:
Transacting in Gold Can Shaft The IRS

"Shaft the IRS"? I just typed it and I'm looking at the phrase again, but still can't believe it. What's next, the New York Times coming out for "family values" and demanding that Hollywood and Washington be bulldozed into their respective oceans?

Can all the good news in this piece be real? Are we so ready to just go back to real money -- is the light so green as they say? Sure, states pass nice laws the people are dying to have, but do they actually stand by them if they conflict with the agenda of the Permanent Regime in Washington?

From another angle, Forbes has to know that gold bugs are considered dangerous wacko "terr'ists" now, crazies "clinging to guns or religion" in the contemptuous words of Pretendent Obama. Forbes mag is for millionaires and billionaires, and people straining to reach that level of social, financial nirvana. The plutocrats are the ones whose daily rounds of activity include suppressing the price of gold and demonizing its defenders.

No, Ron Paul hasn't taken over as editor. I just checked, it's still Malcolm Forbes' horrible neocon son Steve. And what do you know, Julian Assange is the cover story of the 2011 sample issue Wikipedia shows.


Saturday, January 10, 2015

Filthy Bill Cosby situation produces tasty ironies

A site your mother wouldn't want you to read (but God would) is great at chronicling the gross, shameless hypocrisy of gliberals:
French elites who say "I am Charlie" are the first to ban free speech

Much closer to home than the alleged attack on the French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo is the sickening revelations about the ultimate "African American" icon, Bill Cosby. It's bad enough that he's drugged and/or seduced and raped all these women, but don't miss the fact that it's a clear case of vicious race hatred ad work: for over half a century he's enjoyed superstar status. He could have had all the white women he wanted without the above measures, but forcibly degraded them anyway. Ergo, he is a monstrous and genuine racist bent on imagined revenge against whites by the most depraved means necessary.

For 31 years he has been conflated with the "Mr. Family Values" character he played in his eponymous hit series, Dr. Heathcliff Huxtable of New York, NY. TV addicts worldwide, typically not concerning themselves with the actual character of the people playing their favorite characters, have swallowed Cosby hook, line and sinker as virtually synonymous with the brilliant, kindly doctor. (They used to buy medical nostrums hawked by their other beloved "doctor" character figure Robert Young of "Marcus Welby" fame.) The spot quiz as to our character is how we, consumers of first-world pop culture, are reacting to the news that Cosby himself is a feral criminal. Alas, if you're imagining that people everywhere are accepting this harsh reality with clear-headed moral discernment, you're wrong -- but fortunately, I'm here as always to burst your bubble.
Bill Cosby Show Disrupted By Chanters: "We Believe The Women"

The fact that there's any difference of opinion here -- two sides of the "issue" -- is a dismal reflection on us,the public. Cosby has no defense -- his only response to the accusations is that of a slily trained change agent, featuring a Hillaryesque "there's no evidence of that" public statement (i.e. no comment) and an approach of "everybody just play it cool and it will blow away" regarding those rightly disrupting his mid-crisis public gigs.

Did he study damage control with Hillary -- or Billary? Has he been studying the old "news" label successfully stuck on the Whitewater scandals, with its endless variations of Travelgate, Templegate, Filegate etc? It is certainly Slick Willy who has (even recently) popularized the "let them speak" approach to being heckled. Time will tell whether Cosby enjoys that level of teflonism.

"Read more," urges the above site, "Bill Cosby Jokes About Sex Scandal During Canadian Stand-Up Show." How many eerie parallels are we going to rack up between him and Slick Willy? The media and professional race hustlers ecstatically crowned Slick "the first black president." Ebony or Jet or similar magazine even published a color photo of the Sexident doctored to make him fully black -- kinky hair and all. More courageous periodicals documented his secret son by a black prostitute, Danny Williams.

The blessed irony here is that it's mostly women who elected Slick both times, even after the whole world gained positive knowledge of his history of forcible rape and flagrant, incessant "sexual harassment"..... but now women appear to be leading the anti-Cosby movement!

Their indignation would be all the more righteous if they'd show a little more consistency. Unquestionably, women led the way in electing the current amoral occupant of the Oval Office, and they'd put Slick back in it in a heartbeat if given a chance.

It's thrilling to see them go after Cosby on correct, sane open-and-shut moral principles. Anybody have a clue why the double standard? Are they "racist" or something?

Say..... Cosby's crimes have to have resulted in numerous pregnancies, but I don't see any of his victims claiming to have conceived by him. What did he do, mop their orifices out with Clorox like the common thugs making frequent headlines these days -- or did he repeatedly write checks to make such problems disappear like Frank Sinatra?

If you're not vomiting from pure revulsion yet, read Kitty Kelley's unauthorized biography of the much-deified crooner, and contemplate all the way through that this is simply how the rich and famous "live."


Friday, January 9, 2015

The great failing of good, e.g. conservative, people letting bad, e.g. wacko liberal, people run on and on.
CrossTalk: Unimarriage?

If loooove is all there is to marriage, I hope those presently pushing for the homosexual variety are ready to give equal weight to those pushing for "zoophilia"and the other sickening, unthinkable mental illnesses that are already making headlines.

Grace Gelder "married" herself. In Peter Tatchell's opinion, should she collect double social security when she reaches 65?

The good people here mention it only fleetingly and duly allow it to be shot down -- twice. Wish they'd study my dialectic methods, which starts with taking the offensive. Another basic principle is keep the discussion on point. For instance, if you ask a question, don't let it fall between the cracks. Do you believe in your position or don't you, MEP Bloom?


Yet another layer of MAJOR IRS tyranny

This thing has more variations on this business than there are variants in "Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini."

A little comic relief for those who never come to PN meetings: 


Friday, January 2, 2015

Things in your cubbyhole

..........that have accumulated while I've been occupied with some other business.

Everything they do has an opposite effect than claimed, making things worse.

TSA Makes Travel More Dangerous

The obvious fact is that the TSA poisons everything it touches. Would somebody kindly explain what it's doing in existence when we already had the NTSB?

Before 9/11 the NTSB was always quoted in news stories when there was a big plane crash or something. The TSA has done to it what desegregation did to the historically black colleges.

.......Now for the facts on a certain simpering, whimpering, yarmulke-donning, gefiltefish-munching little neocon strumpet from Kentucky:

.......If Trayvon Martin looked like the son Obummer would have had, it seems we should be adding him to the growing pile of Obama's Founding Fathers (Obummer "senior", Frank Marshall Davis, Malcolm X et al):
Justin Raimondo: Obama’s Doubletalk And The Infinite Loop Of Orchestrated Hysteria

.......What's this, I'm agreeing with a bunch of official socialists more than the average GOP flunky?
US to rapidly expand war in Iraq and Syria

A sickeningly twisted media god named Kevin Wall guest-hosted the sickeningly twisted Bill Bennett radio program this morning, and chirped that many CONgresscritters are known to listen to the show and are just dying to give the people the policies they want this session if only we'd call in and tell them on the air! But have you noticed something? No matter what we want, do or say, no matter what promises are made, no matter whether it works or not, the STATUS QUO remains in place -- and the centerpiece of that is KILL KILL KILL people by the thousands that Israel hates and fears.

Yeah, Obummer refused to bomb Iran -- but he's outdoing Bush in the nation-killing operation.

OK, here's a great tax item to kick the new year off. Look how much saner the itty bitty countries are than the behemoths in some ways!
Property Rights and Property Taxes—and Countries That Don’t Have Them

Yep -- the news is all bad here. For the good news, you've got to come to PN meetings. One's tomorrow!