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History professor and election integrity expert Harvey Wasserman (alongside Bob Fitrakis) helped expose the biggest well-documented presidential election theft-by-rigged-voting-machines ever: John Kerry’s unreported landslide 2004 victory over George W. Bush. So what does Harvey make of Trump’s claim that the 2020 election was rigged?

In this interview Harvey Wasserman mentions the websites,, and He says Michael Moore-produced Planet of the Humans is wrong because “nobody advocates biomass any more” while solar and wind energy, and the battery technology they need, are (contrary to the film’s assertions) fully viable alternatives to fossil fuel and nuclear energy.

Teaching American history since 1973, Harvey Franklin Wasserman is an American journalist, author, democracy activist, radio host and advocate for renewable energy. He has been a strategist and organizer in election integrity and anti-nuclear movement in the United States for over 30 years. He has been a featured speaker on Today, Nightline, National Public Radio, CNN Lou Dobbs Tonight and other major media outlets.

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  1. There is absolutely no viable alternative to nuclear energy.

    However, the world is using the wrong form of nuclear energy currently. Alvin Weinberg invented both the Light Water Reactor (LWR) and the Molten Salt Reactor (MSR) and spent the tail end of his life trying to convince the US gov’t to develop the MSR because he knew the LWR was an accident waiting to happen. The LWR won out because, at the time, the US military wanted plutonium for their bombs and the MSR wouldn’t produce any. The rest is history.

    Anyone not familiar with the Thorium fuel cycle and MSR technology also referred to as Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor (LFTR) should seriously investigate that technology to realize how backwards our electrical energy generation infrastructure really is. MSR tech was in the prototype stage in the 1960’s and has had little real development since although some companies would like to do so but US Federal law prevents it. The same laws also prevent mining for rare earth minerals because Thorium is usually found along side.

    There’s 100 years worth of Thorium to supply 100% of US electrical needs stored in barrels in the Nevada desert. Call your congresscritter.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks, Lee
    • Thanks: James Speaks
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    , @Half-Jap
  2. Oh, look, a Jew calling Trump a “fascist”! Never heard that before.

    Whatever else this Jew has to say is invalidated.

  3. Thomasina says:

    Wasserman said that Trump really wasn’t against Big Media, just the parts that disagreed with him. Then he said that Trump loved the Fox network and Breitbart, Steve Bannon, and all the other crazy people running around spreading fascist stuff.

    Yeah, watch out for those fascists, the people who actually question things! So much better to get your news from CNN, the New York Times and Washington Post, especially their coverage on “Russian collusion”. (Sarc) Oh, my, didn’t that turn out to be a hoax? There was collusion, just not on Trump’s part and not with the Russians.

    Trump could handle CNN, the media. Everybody knows they are no longer credible (or “almost” everybody). Trump was against the censorship and banning by Big Tech.

    I could only listen to about one minute of this guy (at about the 26 minute mark), and when I read what he had to say about Planet of the Humans…..well, say no more.

    If you want people to listen to your programs, try to get people with some intelligence, actual thinkers.

    • Replies: @Kevin Barrett
  4. Wyatt says:

    The People’s Spiral of US History

    From Jigonsaseh
    to Solartopia…
    to Life after Trump

    By Harvey “Sluggo” Wasserman

    Our Mother is an Indigenous matriarch
    In her womb our nation was conceived.
    Her beloved daughter Jigonsaseh was the true mother of American democracy…and of our federal union.
    Everything American is rooted amongst the countless diverse societies that were here so long before Columbus.
    Now a revived matriarchy is poised for rebirth. And not a moment too soon!

    Jeeeeeeeeeeesus Christ this is oven-worthy. Holy fuck did the Holocaust probably happen in the wrong place. There is nothing right about this man. It was already bad enough that he’s one of God’s chosen lunatics, but this is such woke bullshit that no amount of black muslim tranny dykes in power could ever satisfy this retardation.

    This man’s entire ideology is an affront to all things reasonable, rational, scientific, empirical and historical. You cannot fathom how much I hate this man for the sheer amount of stupidity he has put forward on this atrocious fucking 1998 web page. Hundreds of thousands of good men died and trillions were wasted in treasure so that he could be in this privileged era so that he could spout off this concentrated stupidity. Young men breathed their last in cold, muddy battlefields in Europe and North America so this juden-loon could comfortably pretend like the injuns were wonderful people with their 80 average IQs and that nuclear power is somehow a problem.

    There is no word count large enough to express my contempt for the sheer assembly of privilege, stupidity and old fashioned jewish entitlement at play here. You could not, in a thousand million lifetimes comprehend the sheer outrage I feel at seeing this snaggle-toothed, sneering, carpet-browed Christ-killer promote his insanely idiotic beliefs.

    All of the wars and famines and plagues do not compare to his idiocy. Wars and famines and plagues have complete causal relationships that explain them. The sheer ignorance of reality that pitiful man, this abomination before the Lord our God, has allowed to pollute his mind with is awe-striking, like looking into a black hole that erupted right next to the planet you dwell upon. It is so inconceivable how he could manage to get everything wrong—and I mean EVERYTHING wrong, that I actually feel dumber for having to suffer through even a cursory reading of this word pus that stains the internet.

    tl;dr, Harvey Wasserman is a dumb jew with dumb jew opinions and I can’t even

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  5. @Thomasina

    If you think Fox, Breitbart, and Steve Bannon are “the people who actually question things,” I’m not sure you would recognize “people with some intelligence, actual thinkers” if you met them.

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  6. @RoatanBill

    I knew you were a shill. Just not what kind. Now I know. Nuclear shills are the lowest form of maggot known.

    After thorium proves to be just as dangerous and regular nuclear, if there are any of us left, shills like you will get a talking point memo boosting some newer technology. And then, when that one irradiates another country, a newer newer. Got your number, shill.

  7. @Wyatt


    You idiot.

    • Replies: @Ahem
  8. @Kevin Barrett

    Yah. Such posters (as well as their heroes) “question” by promulgating the official line on the ineffable safety of nuclear power. Big “questioning.” Goin’ out a limb there.

  9. Thomasina says:
    @Kevin Barrett

    The only person I watch on Fox is Tucker Carlson. He’s a pretty decent and commonsensical guy. I don’t think I’ve ever gone on the Breitbart site, and I’ve only listened to Steve Bannon a few times online.

    But these people DID question the Russian collusion hoax, and they turned out to be right. They brought light to the spying on Trump by the Obama administration. They’re currently highlighting the corruption of the Biden family re taking bribes from China, and the November 3rd vote counts. I don’t have a problem saying that these are “people who actually question things”.

    Over on CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times and the Washington Post, they’ve been busy aiding and abetting the FBI and CIA re the Russian collusion hoax and cheering on the real fascists (Antifa and BLM). To them, looting is reparations and burning down buildings is nothing more than peaceful protesting.

    They don’t question Covid, but accept the narrative. They’re not investigating the claims of election fraud, but justifying the results. Most of the media is an arm of the DNC and the elite in Washington (many Republicans included). No one with a brain could argue that most of the media have been terribly one-sided in their reporting, hammering Trump 24/7, while treating Obama and Biden with kid gloves.

    My point was that Trump was upset with Big Tech, the monopoly they hold, the banning and censoring. I can’t fault him for that.

    Finally, I was lucky to have watched Planet of the Humans before it too was banned. I think they did an excellent job. People in the know (like those at the Automatic Earth and other sites) have for years recognized the limitations of solar and wind, but unfortunately, like everything else, if the elite can make money off something, it’s all ahead full.

    And few people are asking any questions!

    They’d rather see the world population continue to grow, dig up the world’s resources, and spread solar panels from here to eternity (hey, it’s more consumers for their products!) than to see us do the right thing: naturally reduce the population. What a complete mess it’s going to be when the world’s population reaches 10 to 12 billion and there’s nothing left.

    Do you want the pain now, or on your grandchildren’s watch?

    I’m sure Anderson Cooper and Don Lemon will be rushing to tackle these burning questions on their next program. (sarc)

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  10. Ahem says:

    Nobody died at Fukushima.

    You retard.

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  11. Half-Jap says:

    My grandfather was a ranking officer and nuclear engineer. He also believed the thorium reactor being safer for power generation. It sucks that not only is Harvey suffering from TDS, as I generally like the guy, but also that his view is only trained on the uranium-based nuclear plants. I do like the idea of a solartopia, but we all know how the attempts to create utopias end up… ( ゚Д゚)

  12. @Ahem

    You are the motherfucking retarded pimp whore piece of shit shill.

    You are a paid nuclear troll spouting the official Nuclear Talking Points Memo.

    No, for those of you out there who want to know something, there actually is a talking points memo for nuclear trolls. And the first thing they are instructed to say is “Nobody died.”

    Absurd. Nobody died if you don’t count cancer rates and other internal organ damage. Statistics on the toll from Fukushima are officially censored by the Japanese government. Wonder why. Because nobody died, supposedly. That makes sense. If you are so retarded you can’t understand sarcasm.

  13. I was wondering what Wasserman would have to say about this election, since he’d done good work with Bob Fitrakis on the frauds in 2000 and 2004. Well, now I have my answer! And I am honestly shocked.

    The two-party system needs to be shattered into a thousand pieces. That this man, who investigated what he saw in 2000 and 2004 and came up with what I think are the correct conclusions, could actually claim not to see what were staggeringly massive, overt, criminal irregularities, rather like the 2000/2004 “elections” on steroids, is a textbook example of the willful blindness that partisanship inflicts on us, even when it’s the same forces (read neocons and intelligence services) behind all of the above frauds. (But the guy is clearly too politically obtuse to realize this, or else he’s fine with “full spectrum dominance.” How about you, Kevin?)

    I honestly couldn’t listen anymore after he claimed that it was the “best run” election in history. I guess having more votes cast than people registered is his ideal? And he also trotted out the all the usual TDS memes (“Trump’s militias,” his “destruction of the postal service” (when indeed the entire political class in the US has been whittling away at it, like everything else, for decades)). And you, Kevin, were totally half-assed in your responses and didn’t call him out. I thought you were committed to truth.

    I don’t like Trump either. But this is by far the most criminally fraudulent election I’ve ever seen, in any country.

    What does Bob Fitrakis have to say about it?

  14. Wasserman talking about mail-in paper ballots had me laughing out loud.

    Without signature verification at the precinct level it is trivial to set up a vote harvesting operation and flood the precincts with fraudulent ballots–and Wasserman _never_ mentioned signature verification.

    I couldn’t figure out whether he was incredibly stupid or in on the fraud….

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  15. @Justvisiting

    This just gets better and better.

    Wasserman was very excited talking about the great new advances with voting in large secure arenas.

    He was correct–they are large, they are secure, and they have video camera coverage.

    The video cameras caught the Atlanta poll workers stealing votes by the thousands.

    (Somebody forgot to tell the poll workers about the cameras….) 🙂

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  16. @Justvisiting

    I wonder if Wasserman has ever met election worker Ruby of Atlanta.:

    At 2:04 of this video, look at the return addresses on the mail-in envelopes.

    That is rock-solid proof of massive voter fraud (vote harvesting) with mail-in ballots.

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