Friday, October 28, 2016

Voter and Election Fraud in 2016 Election

By state -

San Diego - Extra ballots to voters
San Francisco - Illegals might vote

Chicago - Dead voting

Miami-Dade - Ballot marking

Hollywood - Vote flipping


Philadelphia - Dead voting 

Arlington and Amarillo - Vote flipping

Alexandria - Fake registration

Monday, June 27, 2016

Brexit Win Forces Globalists Hand

The pretenses of "democracy" are being stripped away and replaced with the totalitarian ethos that has been present but hidden the entire time -
It started almost immediately after the results of the referendum on Britain leaving the EU were announced. A petition that was actually started months ago by a ‘Vote Leave’ supporter was hijacked by ‘Vote Remain’ supporters, who demanded a ‘second referendum’.

Despite widespread ridicule and revelations that many of the signatures came from foreigners, including 25,000 people in North Korea, as well as 4chan pranksters, the BBC, Sky News and many ‘Remainstream media’ outlets continue to treat the petition seriously.
Note how democracy only counts when the vote goes the 'correct' way?

Continuing the tyrant theme, Germany is returning to it's roots -
Angela Merkel has said the EU needs to stop other countries following Britain out of the door amid market fears that the bloc is 'no longer governable' after Brexit.

The German Chancellor told her conservative party board in a conference call that it was necessary to prevent other European Union members going down the same path as Britain.

From the 2012 predictions -
Nationalism takes center stage again as there is a temporary shift away from the "Union / Globalism" mentality in order to demonize and bury Nationalism once and for all. This can be observed in patriotic displays of loyalty to one's home country as the globalists demand fealty to their flag in an attempt to demonize it.
Take note that over the last 5+ years, there has been significantly less public focus on globalism, but a renewed focus on what 'That country over there is doing and how it's messing everything up for everyone'. (Greece, UK, Syria...) This has allowed the globalists to try to distance themselves from the devastating effects of their own policies and lay the blame for the carnage at the feet of the nationalists.

Every plank from the globalist agenda is assumed and considered to be 'expert, sane and progress' whereas anything the nationalists propose is "Hitlerian".

Friday, June 10, 2016

Civil Asset Forfeiture Moves to the Mainstream

Rights? Who needs rights???
Now, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol has a device that also allows them to seize money on prepaid cards.

It's called an ERAD, or Electronic Recovery and Access to Data machine, and OHP began using 16 of them last month.

Here's how it works. If a trooper suspects a person may have money tied to some type of crime, the highway patrol can scan and seize money from prepaid cards. OHP stresses troopers do not do this during all traffic stops, only situations where they believe there is probable cause.

"We're gonna look for different factors in the way that you're acting,” Oklahoma Highway Patrol Lt. John Vincent said. “We're gonna look for if there's a difference in your story. If there's someway that we can prove that you're falsifying information to us about your business."

Checkpoints come in various forms, some hard and some soft. Note the Lieutenant's take on this -
"We're gonna look for different factors in the way that you're acting,”

Now contrast this with the law of the land, the 4th amendment -
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
Note how not only there needs to be probable cause, not belief of probable cause. But hey, who cares, it's an old law right?

Now, you're supposed to rest assured it's not about the money -
"I know that a lot of people are just going to focus on the seizing money. That's a very small thing that' s happening now. The largest part that we have found ... the biggest benefit has been the identity theft," Vincent said.

"If you can prove can prove that you have a legitimate reason to have that money it will be given back to you. And we've done that in the past," Vincent said about any money seized.
At least they're reassuring you it's 'only a very small thing' -
It shows the state is paying ERAD Group Inc., $5,000 for the software and scanners, then 7.7 percent of all the cash forfeited through the courts to the highway patrol.

Tuesday, June 07, 2016

The Right Self Castrates

Well, that certainly didn't last long -
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan struggled on Tuesday to justify his endorsement of Donald Trump just five days ago, telling reporters that the Republican presidential candidate's recent criticism of a Hispanic judge 'is sort of like a textbook definition of a racist comment.'

Without regard to the moral implications of any of Trump's statements, this is why the right keeps losing elections. They are not fighting a war that is obviously being waged against them.
The federal judge presiding over the Trump University class action lawsuit is a member of the San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association, a group that while not a branch of the National Council of La Raza, has ties to the controversial organization, which translates literally “The Race.”

As David Horowitz points out on his website Discover the Networks that La Raza, Spanish for “the race,” also has roots in the early 1960s with a “united front” organization, the National Organization for Mexican American Services, NOMAS. The group initially was funded by the Ford Foundation, and subsequently by George Soros’ Open Society Institute and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
Clearly and irrefutably, the United States is being invaded by multiple nations and this is what the populace is responding to. That is part of the reason why Trump is doing as well as he is in the polls.
And the response of the so-called Conservatives is to conserve what exactly?

Monday, February 10, 2014

Gun Control Activist Exposes Rank Hypocricy of the Left

You just can't make this stuff up...
A Buffalo, N.Y. community activist who is well known locally for pushing for a highly restrictive 2013 gun control law has been arrested for — wait for it — carrying a gun illegally at a public elementary school.

The arrested gun-control advocate, Dwayne Ferguson, caused quite a scene at Harvey Austin Elementary School, reports local CBS affiliate WIVB.
Now, just to make sure we're clear on this, there's no hypocrisy  inherent in legally carrying and insisting on a given law, rather the slap in the face comes primarily in his response to this issue.
The community activist has claimed that he forgot he was carrying his gun in a felony gun-free zone he helped create.

Rev. James E. Giles, Ferguson’s friend and the president of Buffalo’s Back to Basics Outreach Ministries, vouched for this claim.

“I’m sure Dwayne went into the school not thinking he had the gun on him,” Giles told The Buffalo News.

Giles said Ferguson even asked police on the scene what was going on.

“Dwayne’s reaction was to get his kids — he had about 50 of them — and make sure they were safe,” Giles explained.

Now Dwayne should be advocating that he receive the maximum sentence possible for the heinous offense of exposing these children to the mere possibility that the gun just might inflict thought-hurt on them. Look at the massive trauma that those poor police and children had to go through just to ensure their safety!
At about 4:15 p.m. on Thursday, police acted on a pair of anonymous 911 tips. A battalion of cops quickly swarmed the school. The brigade included over a dozen squad cars, the SWAT team and K9 units. The Erie County Sheriff’s Air One helicopter and what appears to be an armored vehicle also turned up.

The school was immediately placed on lockdown. Parts of two streets were closed.

About 60 students who were still on campus participating in after-school activities were funneled to the cafeteria.

Cops searched the school room by room and would not let parents on campus until they were satisfied that no shooting threat existed.
I am certain that responsible administrators should mandate that counseling immediately be offered to these 60 students with a distinct emphasis placed on how they survived through the pain that was 'Buffalo Lockdown 2014'. Why, just think, they too could have been hostages! If only we could sell some purple ribbons to raise awareness for these unfortunate souls.

In all seriousness, this illuminates the absolute absurdity placed on gun owners in America today. When just the mere sight of a firearm creates an obviously insane escalation that has real costs in terms of police manpower, lost services due to aforementioned police manpower, educational instruction time, administrative overhead, publicity, court time, not to mention the 'trauma' inflicted on all of the students and staff at the hands of the police. This bozo shouldn't get a pass in any way in his sentencing, he should do 50 years for merely advocating this stupidity.

Wednesday, February 05, 2014

MyRA - Capitalism is Long Dead, Long Live Socialism

These things never start out as overt take overs, at least those in charge would never tell you as much up front, but they always end up the same.
Simply put, the new myRA program put forward by Obama is at best a sucker's deal… or worse, it's a first step toward the nationalization of private retirement savings. (Note: If you haven't yet heard of myRA, I'd strongly suggest you read this excellent overview by my colleague Dan Steinhart.)
Even before the new myRA program was announced, there had been whispers about the need for the US government to assume some risk for US retirement accounts. That's code for forced conversion of private retirement assets into government bonds.
Why do we understand where this is going? Simple, it's math. 2 + 2 = 4....always. Sure there will always be some fool who will inform you that 'This time it's different!'. However, they are precisely that, fools. You see, if I have 2 dollars and I spend 2 dollars, I will have zero dollars. Period.

As stated  a long time ago (Sept 2008) here -
The long and short is they are bleeding the real assets out of the United States and passing them into foreign control. Make no mistake, they will bleed this country dry. Savings, checking, 401K, gold, assets, they want it all and will not stop until they get it.
How do we know this? Once again...math. Or more precisely, human behavior. If Joe Tyrant has no money to cover his debts, he will claim that your money is needed to pay his debts.After all, he's a tyrant, that's what tyrants do. It doesn't not matter one iota who Joe Tyrant's real identity is, all that matters is that he's a true believer. So if he's red, blue, purple, left, right, as long as he subscribes to the concept that 'The banksters have a right to their rate of return', we will always have a Joe Tyrant making a grab at your assets to "guarantee" his.

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

2013 Reviews

Review: Well, it's another year and another chance to see what we've gotten right and what we just flat out face planted on. Some huge, if seemingly no-brainer hits included the backlash on Obamacare, the Syrian 'war', Facebook's decline and the evisceration of Constitutional rights. Misses included Apple's sales decrease, the Fed's failure to target assets and no countries leaving the EU. 

As always, reviews are in red and if you disagree, feel free to set us right.

(20/29) 69% Correct.

Theme : The year the world changed, for the worse. "That" guy is to blame. 

Like a bad divorce or a separating business, the business practices that were not only acceptable 10 years ago but commendable, become the 'I told you so' moments of the new age. People begin to turn on one another in droves as they need a raison d'etre for their pain, anguish and empty checkbooks. Surely they are not responsible in any way. It was THAT man, over there. He did this. He did this to us! And he must pay!

  •  Since the differences between ideology and practices could not be sorted out publicly, it now turns to the battlefield.  Civil war begins its shift to national wars.
    • Assassination -  At least one moderate to major head of state is taken out. (Assad?) (Hugo Chavez kicks the bucket, Venezuela's VP think he's being targeted, a Bulgarian man starts the race to see who's going first, Tunisia puts opposition candidate Chokri Belaid down, Egypt is worried,  Nelson Mandela died. +1/1)
    • Nationalism continues to build with major globalists leading the charge. (Beware the atrocities that will follow)  UKIP leads the way with talks of exporting people, the NY Times notes the increase in 'non-democracy'. +1/1
      • In light of this, a final case for globalism builds - Talk starts to reemerge about the selfish nature of nation states and how nationalism is one of the main factors driving war. (Religion being the other)
    • At least 3 moderate/major wars. (Muslim vs Christian, East vs. West.) (Bloodshed continues in Syria, but no actual wars to speak of... +0/1)
    • Far East
      • China 
        • Severs some ties with the west. (EU and the US)I would think this would be economic in form, perhaps selling of some bonds? (Declares a military zone in the east islands, threatens the US repeatedly. +1/1)
      • North Korea
        • Attempts to solidify the region come with the north and south once again attempt to end the war and join sides. (No real overtures here. +0/1)
          • Critical to the success of this will be Washington's influence
    • West
      • US 
        • Defense wise, the US slows down as a 'world super power' 
          • Bahrain (5th fleet being ostensibly kicked out?) (Happening already...) 
          • Syria - Unsuccessful at drawing in Hezbollah in 2012, the US appears to be doubling down and create the script of 'mass genocide' in Syria to justify an invasion. If it succeeds, NATO will lead the way and Iran will be next. (Talks of 'chemical weapons' migrating lead to an Israeli strike on Syria, but there are no overt invasions. +0/0)
          • Iran - Iran continues to be second on the priority list. If Syria falls, Iran is next. (Several attempts to topple the Assad government failed. +0/0)
          • Iraq - Contractors are targeted (Lots of civil war issues, no overt targeting of contractors. A report over the weekend explains 2013 has seen an Al Quaeda "surge" +1/1)
          • Pakistan
          • Afghanistan
          • Africa (Mali kicks off the new year. Yemen gets droned massively, the 'kill list' gets expanded.)
            • Libya
            • Uganda
            • Sudan
            • Chad
        • Special forces focus - The US will continue its slowdown in combat strength but will continue to increase its special forces projection. This will be visible in minor skirmishes in lots of countries.(Women get added to the mix. An intervention in Mali. A carrier cannot be refueled. in Afghanistan the Spec Ops are causing havoc +1/1)
        • Draft - Because of the slowdown in troop strength, a legislative attempt at reenacting the draft is attempted. (Charlie Rangel is still trying. +1/1)
    • Mideast -
      • Syria
      • Egypt
      • Iran

  • CIA sponsored terror attacks increase with frequency as the destabilization efforts continue. (Ukraine, Russia... it appears that the old Soviet Union is the target now. +1/1)
    • Unfortunately, the ability to determine the difference between 'false flags' and legitimate terror begins to wane as the local populaces fight back.
    • A commercial airliner is shot down by terrorists. Most likely the ordinance will trace back to Syrian rebels, which in turn will be blamed on Iran. (Nope, big fat miss here +0/3)
  • Civil war expands
    •  US - As flash robberies (organized crime) continue, the local police departments become overwhelmed. Yet, their priorities are out of order as 'revenue generation' continues to be the top priority. (The knockout game surges, flash mobs grow in size, police continue to respond. This is a hard one to gauge. So we're going to nix this one. +0/0)
      • Police splinter - Federal/DHS faction versus the local sheriff. (In some cases, very vocally.)
      • DHS/TSA morphs into a 'control agency'. (Detention pods, robots... +1/1)
      • Feds desperately try to buy off the local cops (Tons of 'free' military equipment is not exactly new, but it's becoming exceedingly commonplace +1/1)
    • Constitutional war
      • 1st: Social Media sites get pinched as Bloggers, FB and other media experiences a sort of crackdown as 'subversive' material is sent the way of the memory hole.(The White House threatens Woodward and Lanny Davis, Biden's press office forces a college student to delete pictures, myriads of examples of Youtube, Facebook censoring articles due to content. (Related: Putin dissolves state media) +2/2)
      • 2nd: Gun registrations/confiscations with a low level at first, perhaps registrations as some sort of 'peace offer'  (And CT/Feinstein beat me to the punch) (The DOJ is talking confiscation and buybacks, confiscation continues especially in New York +1/1)
      • 4th: Highway checkpoints increase moderately as the TSA embraces its new 'mandate'. (DPS checkpoints, Sacremento is pointing guns at people, Ferry checkpoints in Galveston, Texas, The airports receive more thorough "detention pods", they try to circumvent public opinion by making them 'optional'. +1/1)
      • The Republicans march to war - (States vs the Fed) - One moderate miscalculation on my part was the assumption that the power struggle between secessionist Republicans vs Statist Democrats would be played out at the Federal level. While accurate in that this is exactly where the problem metastasized as a result of the Federal election results and the subsequent hissy fit, it seems as though the narrative is shifting to a State versus Federal contest.
        • The resistance starts with Obamacare and plays out in other issues like gun control as Republican governors stand up against the Feds.*(Perry makes a scene, South Carolina is set to nullify Obamacare, +1/1)

  • Asia deteriorates. Now that the Chinese miracle has been staggered, look for problems to materialize in the East. Japan should lead the way here as they are way overdue.(Abenomics stutters, and ultimately falls, yet the Nikkei had a huge rally +1/2)
  • EU 
    • One country attempts to leave the Union.(Scotland indirectly looks to leave, but no one heads for the doors...yet. +0/1)
  • US
    • The United States credit rating is downgraded again. (In a possible shock move, it gets hit twice) (Fitch warns over the credit ceiling +0/1)
    • The Federal Reserve
      • QE3 'fails' (Read as it doesn't save corporatists from their bad decisions.)
        • The Fed cannot continue to kick the can, because it is no longer a can, it's an F-150. This does not mean they will not do it, merely that the effect of it will no longer matter. (Congress seems a bit concerned, QE Infinity takes over +1/1)
        • Inflation rot begins to show. (People are certainly noticing the 'non-inflation' inflation.)
      • The Fed moves to a 'targeted asset revaluation program' - Inflating the entire economy won't work, so now the Fed will just declare that an asset or company is not worth X but 2X. (Moving the US to an overt command and control economy) I would imagine that GM's 'success' would be used as a justification.(Nope, and it finally comes out the GM is a huge failure, to the tune of $10 BILLION... +0/2)
    • Healthcare spending skyrockets exponentially. (At least +20%) Especially on a corporate and governmental level (THE story of 2013, besides Syria is Obamacare...Obamacare hits Americans massively a year before it takes effect. +1/1  Aetna is proposing rate increases of as much as 22 percent, Anthem Blue Cross 26 percent and Blue Shield of California 20 percent for some of those policy holders, according to the insurers’ filings with the state for 2013. These rate requests are all the more striking after a 39 percent rise sought by Anthem Blue Cross in 2010. Massive premium increases all across the board ranging from 19% - 106%. The architect admits that you will pay more.)
      • This blows up several base line projections from the government. (What should more properly be called an absolute detonation in costs. +1/1)
      • At least 30% of companies move to 30 hour work weeks. (Massive amounts of employees see their hours cut. +1/1)
    • The student bubble explodes, a moderate to major movement eventually comes out of the college-debt scene.
  • Corporations
    • Apple takes a major shot to the head as sales start declining massively (At least 10%) The fanbois scream in abject horror that Apple is just fine even as their stock plummets (A 50% decline in screens ordered, Q4 numbers show a diminishing profit margin - 6.1% YoY and does not exceed expectations, the stock is down 40%, sales end up being flat in the US. + 0/1)
    • Facebook - Put a fork in FB. Users abandon in droves as they migrate to Twitter, Google and other accounts that don't either 1) Make unusable updates continually 2) Sell your data (600k users jump ship in December alone. FB admits they're on the way out. Everyone else notices. + 1/1)