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  1. Sammy has always just wanted to help.

  2. Old joke (when Year Zero started yesterday everything is old):
    Q – What do you call the black guy at the Republican convention?
    A – The Keynote Speaker.

    Throughout the Trump years I’ve a few times now heard the anecdote of some black guy at an NRA conference being surrounded by fawning well-wishers shaking his hand. Inevitably someone asks “who is that guy?” The response: “just some black guy.”

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
    @BenKenobi

    I went to a Tea Party meeting at the start of that "movement". It was pretty big, and the venue was crowded. Several people in the crowd spoke their piece to a smattering of approval. Then the only negro-a guy who looked to be in his 60s spoke--nothing wrong, just a few well-worn generic platitudes, but after he was done bloviating, the vast majority of white conservacucks exploded in an orgasm of cheering like a bunch of 12 year old girls at a boy band concert. He was mobbed with backslaps and handshakes, while I stood there and fought an urge to puke.

  3. When did Fred Armisen join Antifa?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Mr. Anon

    It's research for Portlandia.

  4. Roger Stone’s Wife Assaulted
    This is what the coming civil war actually looks like: little targeted attacks, not walking into an open public building with the cooperation of the security staff.
    https://realnse.com/2021/01/15/roger-stones-wife-badly-assaulted-now-in-hospital/

    • Replies: @Verymuchalive
    @J.Ross

    Once it starts ratchetting up, we'll have "spontaneous" assassinations of assorted "right wingers". ( who may not be right wing at all) Rather like the Spanish Republic in 1936. If and when this happens, Civil war will be inevitable. It would take only one Calvo Sotelo to ignite it.
    The next few years are going to be very dangerous.

  5. It isn’t so outlandish that the type of people who enjoy brawling in the streets, enjoy brawling in the streets. There isn’t some mastermind directing Anita members to incite maga riots. There’s no grand scheme to make mainstream republicans look bad. This guy doesn’t have a real job, mom pays his bills. He has all the time in the world and nothing much to do, so he travels around the country looking for opportunities to riot. There’s a cognitive dissonance where he’s holding two conflicting views at once. Usually he’s a radical Bernie guy, but among the trumpers he gets caught up in the mob mentality. The only thing he knows consistently is that he’s broke and pissed off. No trump voter ever espoused white supremacy, we only said we wanted a wall on the southern border. Which is radical, but we only want a wall because our government refuses to enforce a rational immigration policy. Any of the 4 billion people on earth can in practice become American citizens by just walking across the border. Or by simply flying here with a one way ticket & a tourist visa and just staying. The Biden administration is busy codifying preferences for minority owned business. Of course trump voters say insane things like build a wall. New Zealand was able to “stop the spread” by essentially enforcing the Christchurch shooters idea of good immigration policy. That doesn’t make New Zealand racist. They just don’t want the unwashed covid infected masses to be a able to just show up on a tourist visa and overstay their welcome. Although everyone knows that the zeroeth amendment to the united states constitution says that the unwashed masses are allowed to show up in New Zealand and just stay. That’s democracy. Ask Angela Merkel.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Kyle

    Lol we hit 4 billion around 1974. We're almost double that now.

  6. Oh no! It’s the rise of the global Aryans! white Hispanics and Indian Caucasians will unite and create a super white state of whiteness! It’s heavily suppressed but Hitler travelled to India on an art school exchange program and that’s where he discovered vegetarianism and a taste for Aryan conquest!

    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
    @Kronos

    How are Indians on The Jewish Question, Comrade Kronos?

    Replies: @Skylark Thibedeau, @Reg Cæsar, @Kronos

    , @jimmy greene
    @Kronos

    i dont care what someone looks like

  7. Ali is some deep state implant. He was the organizer behind the Stop the Steal rally on the 6th, a Pied Piper luring naive conservatives to DC. The event gave cover for the false flag/fed actors to provoke the invasion of the Capitol building and put a target on all conservative’s backs and enable the leftists to bring the censorship hammer down. The event smelled like a setup from the start. Tied together with the herding of people to the Parler app it was a masterful move by the DS to flush into the open the most active and troublesome people on the right. Maybe conservatives will learn to be a little more cynical about who is “leading” them but I doubt it. Even now, I still read of people believing in Q psyop garbage.

    • Agree: S. Anonyia
    • Replies: @S. Anonyia
    @AnonAnon

    Q is so obviously a fed psyop. Maybe a lot of people believe in it because of the relatively recent exposure of NXIVM and Epstein/Maxwell? Bad actors take a tiny grain of truth and then use it to manipulate gullible conservatives.

  8. @Kronos
    Oh no! It’s the rise of the global Aryans! white Hispanics and Indian Caucasians will unite and create a super white state of whiteness! It’s heavily suppressed but Hitler travelled to India on an art school exchange program and that’s where he discovered vegetarianism and a taste for Aryan conquest!

    https://11points.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/swast.jpg

    http://img62.imageshack.us/img62/2014/aryaninvasionsofindia15.png

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @jimmy greene

    How are Indians on The Jewish Question, Comrade Kronos?

    • Replies: @Skylark Thibedeau
    @Redneck farmer

    I think the BJP says Christians are invaders, Jews are guests.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Redneck farmer


    How are Indians on The Jewish Question, Comrade Kronos?
     
    दुश्मन का दुश्मन, मेरा दोस्त है।!


    https://userscontent2.emaze.com/images/b5de0c7d-535f-4df3-abed-fb9a89af50b8/4588c142ee60262e9e9b959b36a92b55.jpeg
    , @Kronos
    @Redneck farmer

    It’s hard to say.

    I know India kinda respects Hitler for bringing low the British Empire. (Gandhi played good cop while Hitler played...)

    But the Jewish Khazars have caused trouble for India in the past. The whole “happy merchant springs a river of tears” kinda deal.

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/ORz2nOcOTyQ/hqdefault.jpg

    Replies: @epebble

  9. Wasn’t Mr. Sullivan arrested a few days ago and then let go?

  10. Anonymous[369] • Disclaimer says:

    Clever. My guess is that he wouldn’t trigger the Minority Report D.C PreCrim PreCog unit’s AI facial recognition system to determine who the potential insurrectionists are, or might hold dangerous false beliefs according to AOC.

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-79310-1

    Facial recognition technology can expose political orientation from naturalistic facial images

    Michal Kosinski

    ublished: 11 January 2021

    Abstract

    Ubiquitous facial recognition technology can expose individuals’ political orientation, as faces of liberals and conservatives consistently differ. A facial recognition algorithm was applied to naturalistic images of 1,085,795 individuals to predict their political orientation by comparing their similarity to faces of liberal and conservative others. Political orientation was correctly classified in 72% of liberal–conservative face pairs, remarkably better than chance (50%), human accuracy (55%), or one afforded by a 100-item personality questionnaire (66%). Accuracy was similar across countries (the U.S., Canada, and the UK), environments (Facebook and dating websites), and when comparing faces across samples. Accuracy remained high (69%) even when controlling for age, gender, and ethnicity. Given the widespread use of facial recognition, our findings have critical implications for the protection of privacy and civil liberties…

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
    @Anonymous

    It would seem we're born with a default set of facial expressions. In childhood photographs, I always looked bored, worried, and/or vaguely pissed off. I look the same way today.



    https://i.ibb.co/RHyNGN9/stan.jpg

    In case you're wondering about my lips, no, I don't wear lipstick, and no, I don't have black ancestry. It's the Baltid influence:

    https://i.ibb.co/YBjQXSm/east-baltid.png

    In at least one photograph, my expression looks disturbingly similar to that of John Sullivan:

    https://i.ibb.co/2YtXX5m/stantifa.jpg

  11. LoL – Mr. Bojangles – leader of the White Supremacist revolution.

  12. @J.Ross
    Roger Stone's Wife Assaulted
    This is what the coming civil war actually looks like: little targeted attacks, not walking into an open public building with the cooperation of the security staff.
    https://realnse.com/2021/01/15/roger-stones-wife-badly-assaulted-now-in-hospital/

    Replies: @Verymuchalive

    Once it starts ratchetting up, we’ll have “spontaneous” assassinations of assorted “right wingers”. ( who may not be right wing at all) Rather like the Spanish Republic in 1936. If and when this happens, Civil war will be inevitable. It would take only one Calvo Sotelo to ignite it.
    The next few years are going to be very dangerous.

  13. @Redneck farmer
    @Kronos

    How are Indians on The Jewish Question, Comrade Kronos?

    Replies: @Skylark Thibedeau, @Reg Cæsar, @Kronos

    I think the BJP says Christians are invaders, Jews are guests.

  14. @BenKenobi
    Old joke (when Year Zero started yesterday everything is old):
    Q - What do you call the black guy at the Republican convention?
    A - The Keynote Speaker.

    Throughout the Trump years I've a few times now heard the anecdote of some black guy at an NRA conference being surrounded by fawning well-wishers shaking his hand. Inevitably someone asks "who is that guy?" The response: "just some black guy."

    Replies: @AceDeuce

    I went to a Tea Party meeting at the start of that “movement”. It was pretty big, and the venue was crowded. Several people in the crowd spoke their piece to a smattering of approval. Then the only negro-a guy who looked to be in his 60s spoke–nothing wrong, just a few well-worn generic platitudes, but after he was done bloviating, the vast majority of white conservacucks exploded in an orgasm of cheering like a bunch of 12 year old girls at a boy band concert. He was mobbed with backslaps and handshakes, while I stood there and fought an urge to puke.

    • Thanks: BenKenobi
  15. @Kyle
    It isn’t so outlandish that the type of people who enjoy brawling in the streets, enjoy brawling in the streets. There isn’t some mastermind directing Anita members to incite maga riots. There’s no grand scheme to make mainstream republicans look bad. This guy doesn’t have a real job, mom pays his bills. He has all the time in the world and nothing much to do, so he travels around the country looking for opportunities to riot. There’s a cognitive dissonance where he’s holding two conflicting views at once. Usually he’s a radical Bernie guy, but among the trumpers he gets caught up in the mob mentality. The only thing he knows consistently is that he’s broke and pissed off. No trump voter ever espoused white supremacy, we only said we wanted a wall on the southern border. Which is radical, but we only want a wall because our government refuses to enforce a rational immigration policy. Any of the 4 billion people on earth can in practice become American citizens by just walking across the border. Or by simply flying here with a one way ticket & a tourist visa and just staying. The Biden administration is busy codifying preferences for minority owned business. Of course trump voters say insane things like build a wall. New Zealand was able to “stop the spread” by essentially enforcing the Christchurch shooters idea of good immigration policy. That doesn’t make New Zealand racist. They just don’t want the unwashed covid infected masses to be a able to just show up on a tourist visa and overstay their welcome. Although everyone knows that the zeroeth amendment to the united states constitution says that the unwashed masses are allowed to show up in New Zealand and just stay. That’s democracy. Ask Angela Merkel.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    Lol we hit 4 billion around 1974. We’re almost double that now.

  16. Both sides use blacks as “see I’m not racist” props

  17. Perceptive Caitlin is perceptive:

    Caitlin Johnstone: Consent-manufacturing for Patriot Act II continues

    Takeaway: The US populace stays in the barrel for another day.

    President-elect Biden promised unambiguously that if voters gave the Democratic Party control of the Senate by electing Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff in Georgia earlier this month, checks of $2,000 would “go out the door immediately.” Warnock blatantly campaigned on the promise of $2000 checks if elected, literally using pictures of checks with “$2000” written on them to do so. …

    So as of this writing the internet is full of angry Americans actually typing the words “$1400 is not $2000,” which is totally bananas. People should not have to say that the number 1400 is not the same as the number 2000. …

    But they apparently do need to make such clarifications, because scumbags like Adam Schiff are looking them right in the eye, sharing information that says “$1,400 checks” on it, and telling them that it says “$2000 relief checks.”

    As we discussed previously, Biden has often boasted of being the original author of the Patriot Act years before it was rapidly rolled out amid the fear and blind obsequiousness of the aftermath of 9/11. Now in the aftermath of the Capitol riot we are seeing a push to roll out new authoritarian laws around terrorism, this time taking aim at “domestic terror,” which were also in preparation prior to the event used to manufacture support for them.

    In a new article for Washington Monthly titled ‘It’s Time for a Domestic Terrorism Law’, Bill Scher argues against left-wing critics of the coming laws like Glenn Greenwald and Jacobin‘s Luke Savage saying such “knee-jerk reactions” against potential authoritarian abuses fail to address the growing problem. He opens with the acknowledgement that “Joe Biden’s transition team was already working on a domestic terrorism law before the insurrection,” and then he just keeps on writing as though that’s not weird or suspicious in any way.

    Weirdness detection is wrongthink.

    Scher lists among the growing threat of domestic terror not just white supremacists and right-wing extremists but “extremist left-wing domestic terrorism” as well. He approvingly cites Adam Schiff’s Confronting The Threat of Terrorism Act, which “creates a definition of domestic terrorism broadly encompassing plots that carry a ‘substantial risk of serious bodily injury’ along with an ‘intent to intimidate or coerce a civilian population’ or ‘influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion.’” The ACLU has unequivocally denounced Schiff’s bill, saying it “would unnecessarily expand law enforcement authorities to target and discriminate against the very communities Congress is seeking to protect.”

    Seeing everyone of the ACLU sent to Lifetime Cuban Gulag for “supporting domestic terrorism” would make my Stalinist ego perk up. Add to this all the employees of Twitter and Facebook down to the last office bunny since 2016 or so because they didn’t shut down Trump soon enough and thus are co-conspirators.

    Also:

    Pentagon watchdog to launch probe into white supremacists in armed forces in wake of US Capitol riot

    Let’s see who gets purged.

    “When young Kissinger himself calls, it’s time to act”

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @El Dato


    He approvingly cites Adam Schiff’s Confronting The Threat of Terrorism Act, which “creates a definition of domestic terrorism broadly encompassing plots that carry a ‘substantial risk of serious bodily injury’ along with an ‘intent to intimidate or coerce a civilian population’ or ‘influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion.’”
     
    Intimitating and coercing a civilian population and legislators is exactly what proponents of these terrorism/security laws are doing.
    , @Servant of Gla'aki
    @El Dato

    https://i.postimg.cc/HxTnf5hm/when-young-kissinger-himself-calls.png
    Do you by any chance know the name of that comic book, please?

    Replies: @El Dato

  18. @Redneck farmer
    @Kronos

    How are Indians on The Jewish Question, Comrade Kronos?

    Replies: @Skylark Thibedeau, @Reg Cæsar, @Kronos

    How are Indians on The Jewish Question, Comrade Kronos?

    दुश्मन का दुश्मन, मेरा दोस्त है।!

  19. I had no idea Edward Bridge Danson III produced an Edward IV:

  20. John E. Sullivan? A nod to the famous late 1800’s white boxer

    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
    @Eric Ruttencutter

    John Lawrence Sullivan

    , @Known Fact
    @Eric Ruttencutter

    Gentleman Jim Corbett would make pretty short work of this little dude -- but just imagine the pay-per-view take!

    https://sep.yimg.com/ay/yhst-41693642061643/boxing-news-clipping-349-john-l-sullivan-vs-james-j-corbett-3.gif

  21. Given white supremacy is nothing more the a ragtag collection of FBI informants, it makes sense in order to comply with federally mandated diversity laws to get a black leader or two.

    • LOL: Hibernian
  22. @Mr. Anon
    When did Fred Armisen join Antifa?

    Replies: @J.Ross

    It’s research for Portlandia.

  23. @Eric Ruttencutter
    John E. Sullivan? A nod to the famous late 1800’s white boxer

    Replies: @Ron Mexico, @Known Fact

    John Lawrence Sullivan

  24. @Eric Ruttencutter
    John E. Sullivan? A nod to the famous late 1800’s white boxer

    Replies: @Ron Mexico, @Known Fact

    Gentleman Jim Corbett would make pretty short work of this little dude — but just imagine the pay-per-view take!

  25. @El Dato
    Perceptive Caitlin is perceptive:

    Caitlin Johnstone: Consent-manufacturing for Patriot Act II continues

    Takeaway: The US populace stays in the barrel for another day.

    President-elect Biden promised unambiguously that if voters gave the Democratic Party control of the Senate by electing Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff in Georgia earlier this month, checks of $2,000 would “go out the door immediately.” Warnock blatantly campaigned on the promise of $2000 checks if elected, literally using pictures of checks with “$2000” written on them to do so. ...

    So as of this writing the internet is full of angry Americans actually typing the words “$1400 is not $2000,” which is totally bananas. People should not have to say that the number 1400 is not the same as the number 2000. ...

    But they apparently do need to make such clarifications, because scumbags like Adam Schiff are looking them right in the eye, sharing information that says “$1,400 checks” on it, and telling them that it says “$2000 relief checks.”

     

    https://i.postimg.cc/bJ2LcRw6/Schiff-Tweet.png

    As we discussed previously, Biden has often boasted of being the original author of the Patriot Act years before it was rapidly rolled out amid the fear and blind obsequiousness of the aftermath of 9/11. Now in the aftermath of the Capitol riot we are seeing a push to roll out new authoritarian laws around terrorism, this time taking aim at “domestic terror,” which were also in preparation prior to the event used to manufacture support for them.

    In a new article for Washington Monthly titled 'It’s Time for a Domestic Terrorism Law', Bill Scher argues against left-wing critics of the coming laws like Glenn Greenwald and Jacobin‘s Luke Savage saying such “knee-jerk reactions” against potential authoritarian abuses fail to address the growing problem. He opens with the acknowledgement that “Joe Biden’s transition team was already working on a domestic terrorism law before the insurrection,” and then he just keeps on writing as though that’s not weird or suspicious in any way.
     
    Weirdness detection is wrongthink.

    Scher lists among the growing threat of domestic terror not just white supremacists and right-wing extremists but “extremist left-wing domestic terrorism” as well. He approvingly cites Adam Schiff’s Confronting The Threat of Terrorism Act, which “creates a definition of domestic terrorism broadly encompassing plots that carry a ‘substantial risk of serious bodily injury’ along with an ‘intent to intimidate or coerce a civilian population’ or ‘influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion.'” The ACLU has unequivocally denounced Schiff’s bill, saying it “would unnecessarily expand law enforcement authorities to target and discriminate against the very communities Congress is seeking to protect.”
     
    Seeing everyone of the ACLU sent to Lifetime Cuban Gulag for "supporting domestic terrorism" would make my Stalinist ego perk up. Add to this all the employees of Twitter and Facebook down to the last office bunny since 2016 or so because they didn't shut down Trump soon enough and thus are co-conspirators.

    Also:

    Pentagon watchdog to launch probe into white supremacists in armed forces in wake of US Capitol riot

    Let's see who gets purged.

    "When young Kissinger himself calls, it's time to act"

    https://i.postimg.cc/HxTnf5hm/when-young-kissinger-himself-calls.png

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Servant of Gla'aki

    He approvingly cites Adam Schiff’s Confronting The Threat of Terrorism Act, which “creates a definition of domestic terrorism broadly encompassing plots that carry a ‘substantial risk of serious bodily injury’ along with an ‘intent to intimidate or coerce a civilian population’ or ‘influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion.’”

    Intimitating and coercing a civilian population and legislators is exactly what proponents of these terrorism/security laws are doing.

  26. @Anonymous
    Clever. My guess is that he wouldn’t trigger the Minority Report D.C PreCrim PreCog unit’s AI facial recognition system to determine who the potential insurrectionists are, or might hold dangerous false beliefs according to AOC.

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-79310-1

    Facial recognition technology can expose political orientation from naturalistic facial images

    Michal Kosinski

    ublished: 11 January 2021

    Abstract

    Ubiquitous facial recognition technology can expose individuals’ political orientation, as faces of liberals and conservatives consistently differ. A facial recognition algorithm was applied to naturalistic images of 1,085,795 individuals to predict their political orientation by comparing their similarity to faces of liberal and conservative others. Political orientation was correctly classified in 72% of liberal–conservative face pairs, remarkably better than chance (50%), human accuracy (55%), or one afforded by a 100-item personality questionnaire (66%). Accuracy was similar across countries (the U.S., Canada, and the UK), environments (Facebook and dating websites), and when comparing faces across samples. Accuracy remained high (69%) even when controlling for age, gender, and ethnicity. Given the widespread use of facial recognition, our findings have critical implications for the protection of privacy and civil liberties...
     

    Replies: @Stan Adams

    It would seem we’re born with a default set of facial expressions. In childhood photographs, I always looked bored, worried, and/or vaguely pissed off. I look the same way today.

    [MORE]

    In case you’re wondering about my lips, no, I don’t wear lipstick, and no, I don’t have black ancestry. It’s the Baltid influence:

    In at least one photograph, my expression looks disturbingly similar to that of John Sullivan:

  27. White Supremacist Trump Supporters Just Want a Black Guy, Any Black Guy to be Their Leader

    That’s what the lead white guy in the Symbionese Liberation Army wanted after SimQ was shuffled off this mortal coil.

  28. @Redneck farmer
    @Kronos

    How are Indians on The Jewish Question, Comrade Kronos?

    Replies: @Skylark Thibedeau, @Reg Cæsar, @Kronos

    It’s hard to say.

    I know India kinda respects Hitler for bringing low the British Empire. (Gandhi played good cop while Hitler played…)

    But the Jewish Khazars have caused trouble for India in the past. The whole “happy merchant springs a river of tears” kinda deal.

    • Replies: @epebble
    @Kronos

    Relations between Indians and Germans is older than Hitler.

    .


    ..Müller's Sanskrit studies came at a time when scholars had started to see language development in relation to cultural development. The recent discovery of the Indo-European language group had started to lead to much speculation about the relationship between Greco-Roman cultures and those of more ancient peoples. In particular the Vedic culture of India was thought to have been the ancestor of European Classical cultures. Scholars sought to compare the genetically related European and Asian languages to reconstruct the earliest form of the root-language. The Vedic language, Sanskrit, was thought to be the oldest of the IE languages.

    Müller devoted himself to the study of this language, becoming one of the major Sanskrit scholars of his day. He believed that the earliest documents of Vedic culture should be studied to provide the key to the development of pagan European religions, and of religious belief in general. To this end, Müller sought to understand the most ancient of Vedic scriptures, the Rig-Veda. Müller translated the Rigveda Samhita book written by the 14th century Sanskrit scholar Sayanacharya from Sanskrit to English...
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_M%C3%BCller#Sanskrit_studies
  29. To be a black leader, one needs a proper pedigree. Supreme Solar Allah has that:

    Supreme Solar Allah — the son of U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore who was convicted of slashing the tires of vans rented by the Republican Party in 2004 — is running for the 10th District seat on the Milwaukee County Board.

    Gwen Moore’s son – Supreme Solar Allah – running for County Board seat

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supreme_Moore_Omokunde#2004_campaign_vandalism_incident

    Note that he goes back to Mom’s name for the ballot. (Not to mention that some might find “Allah”, used by itself, blasphemous.) That was five years ago. He’s now in the state assembly:

    https://www.supremeforassembly.com/

    About Mom:

    In the election of 1992, Gwen Moore was elected to the Wisconsin State Senate, in which she served the 4th district from 1993 to 2005. Moore was the first African-American woman to be elected to the upper chamber of the Wisconsin legislature. She became a prominent voice against mandatory ID security measures to enter the state capitol.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gwen_Moore#Wisconsin_Legislature

    How does she feel now?

  30. @Kronos
    @Redneck farmer

    It’s hard to say.

    I know India kinda respects Hitler for bringing low the British Empire. (Gandhi played good cop while Hitler played...)

    But the Jewish Khazars have caused trouble for India in the past. The whole “happy merchant springs a river of tears” kinda deal.

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/ORz2nOcOTyQ/hqdefault.jpg

    Replies: @epebble

    Relations between Indians and Germans is older than Hitler.

    .

    ..Müller’s Sanskrit studies came at a time when scholars had started to see language development in relation to cultural development. The recent discovery of the Indo-European language group had started to lead to much speculation about the relationship between Greco-Roman cultures and those of more ancient peoples. In particular the Vedic culture of India was thought to have been the ancestor of European Classical cultures. Scholars sought to compare the genetically related European and Asian languages to reconstruct the earliest form of the root-language. The Vedic language, Sanskrit, was thought to be the oldest of the IE languages.

    Müller devoted himself to the study of this language, becoming one of the major Sanskrit scholars of his day. He believed that the earliest documents of Vedic culture should be studied to provide the key to the development of pagan European religions, and of religious belief in general. To this end, Müller sought to understand the most ancient of Vedic scriptures, the Rig-Veda. Müller translated the Rigveda Samhita book written by the 14th century Sanskrit scholar Sayanacharya from Sanskrit to English…

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_M%C3%BCller#Sanskrit_studies

  31. • Replies: @SaneClownPosse
    @Anonymous

    What about the Blacks who voted for Trump?

  32. @AnonAnon
    Ali is some deep state implant. He was the organizer behind the Stop the Steal rally on the 6th, a Pied Piper luring naive conservatives to DC. The event gave cover for the false flag/fed actors to provoke the invasion of the Capitol building and put a target on all conservative’s backs and enable the leftists to bring the censorship hammer down. The event smelled like a setup from the start. Tied together with the herding of people to the Parler app it was a masterful move by the DS to flush into the open the most active and troublesome people on the right. Maybe conservatives will learn to be a little more cynical about who is “leading” them but I doubt it. Even now, I still read of people believing in Q psyop garbage.

    Replies: @S. Anonyia

    Q is so obviously a fed psyop. Maybe a lot of people believe in it because of the relatively recent exposure of NXIVM and Epstein/Maxwell? Bad actors take a tiny grain of truth and then use it to manipulate gullible conservatives.

  33. @El Dato
    Perceptive Caitlin is perceptive:

    Caitlin Johnstone: Consent-manufacturing for Patriot Act II continues

    Takeaway: The US populace stays in the barrel for another day.

    President-elect Biden promised unambiguously that if voters gave the Democratic Party control of the Senate by electing Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff in Georgia earlier this month, checks of $2,000 would “go out the door immediately.” Warnock blatantly campaigned on the promise of $2000 checks if elected, literally using pictures of checks with “$2000” written on them to do so. ...

    So as of this writing the internet is full of angry Americans actually typing the words “$1400 is not $2000,” which is totally bananas. People should not have to say that the number 1400 is not the same as the number 2000. ...

    But they apparently do need to make such clarifications, because scumbags like Adam Schiff are looking them right in the eye, sharing information that says “$1,400 checks” on it, and telling them that it says “$2000 relief checks.”

     

    https://i.postimg.cc/bJ2LcRw6/Schiff-Tweet.png

    As we discussed previously, Biden has often boasted of being the original author of the Patriot Act years before it was rapidly rolled out amid the fear and blind obsequiousness of the aftermath of 9/11. Now in the aftermath of the Capitol riot we are seeing a push to roll out new authoritarian laws around terrorism, this time taking aim at “domestic terror,” which were also in preparation prior to the event used to manufacture support for them.

    In a new article for Washington Monthly titled 'It’s Time for a Domestic Terrorism Law', Bill Scher argues against left-wing critics of the coming laws like Glenn Greenwald and Jacobin‘s Luke Savage saying such “knee-jerk reactions” against potential authoritarian abuses fail to address the growing problem. He opens with the acknowledgement that “Joe Biden’s transition team was already working on a domestic terrorism law before the insurrection,” and then he just keeps on writing as though that’s not weird or suspicious in any way.
     
    Weirdness detection is wrongthink.

    Scher lists among the growing threat of domestic terror not just white supremacists and right-wing extremists but “extremist left-wing domestic terrorism” as well. He approvingly cites Adam Schiff’s Confronting The Threat of Terrorism Act, which “creates a definition of domestic terrorism broadly encompassing plots that carry a ‘substantial risk of serious bodily injury’ along with an ‘intent to intimidate or coerce a civilian population’ or ‘influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion.'” The ACLU has unequivocally denounced Schiff’s bill, saying it “would unnecessarily expand law enforcement authorities to target and discriminate against the very communities Congress is seeking to protect.”
     
    Seeing everyone of the ACLU sent to Lifetime Cuban Gulag for "supporting domestic terrorism" would make my Stalinist ego perk up. Add to this all the employees of Twitter and Facebook down to the last office bunny since 2016 or so because they didn't shut down Trump soon enough and thus are co-conspirators.

    Also:

    Pentagon watchdog to launch probe into white supremacists in armed forces in wake of US Capitol riot

    Let's see who gets purged.

    "When young Kissinger himself calls, it's time to act"

    https://i.postimg.cc/HxTnf5hm/when-young-kissinger-himself-calls.png

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Servant of Gla'aki

    Do you by any chance know the name of that comic book, please?

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Servant of Gla'aki

    Yes, it is a belgian comic called "XIII": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XIII_(comics)

    It ran from the 80s till the 00s, with the plot getting more and more complex.

  34. I’ve seen the O’Malleys described as “the Irish of the Irish” and always wondered what that meant.

    At least now I have an idea about “the Black irish.”

  35. John Earle Sullivan
    Sandy, UT

    Think of James Earl Ray or James Earl Carter.

    Sandy Utah is 82.9% (2017 80,260) White alone, only 0.7% (2017 700) Black alone. A well to do suburb of Salt Lake City.

    A fertile ground for Black Lives Matter activism. /sarc

    The Salt Lake City area is a fertile ground for spooks, NSA’s Utah Data Center, Dugway, etc.

  36. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/thehill/status/1350063210565672960

    Replies: @SaneClownPosse

    What about the Blacks who voted for Trump?

  37. Ali is also a homosexual.

  38. @Kronos
    Oh no! It’s the rise of the global Aryans! white Hispanics and Indian Caucasians will unite and create a super white state of whiteness! It’s heavily suppressed but Hitler travelled to India on an art school exchange program and that’s where he discovered vegetarianism and a taste for Aryan conquest!

    https://11points.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/swast.jpg

    http://img62.imageshack.us/img62/2014/aryaninvasionsofindia15.png

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @jimmy greene

    i dont care what someone looks like

  39. @Servant of Gla'aki
    @El Dato

    https://i.postimg.cc/HxTnf5hm/when-young-kissinger-himself-calls.png
    Do you by any chance know the name of that comic book, please?

    Replies: @El Dato

    Yes, it is a belgian comic called “XIII”: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XIII_(comics)

    It ran from the 80s till the 00s, with the plot getting more and more complex.

    • Thanks: Servant of Gla'aki
  40. “Ali Alexander” at Consortiumnews which plumbs new depths:

    Insider: White House Warned March was Illegal; Trump’s Call to March Broke Promise to Park Police

    As a result, the police were stunned, undermanned and unprepared for Trump’s surprise launch of thousands of his enraged Trump supporters, some armed, on the Capitol.

    “I mean, it was shocking. It’s something we advocated against doing for exactly the reasons that ended up playing themselves out,” said a high-level source inside Women for America First, the organization that held the Interior Department permit for the rally. They spoke to this reporter on condition of anonymity.

    Even more damning, the march Trump set in motion was led and promoted by ultra-right, violence-threatening extremist Ali Alexander, head of Stop the Steal. The Palast Investigative Team filmed Alexander, only weeks before the riot, exhorting a crowd:

    “Either they take Trump …[or] we’ll light the whole shit on fire!”

    The White House had been warned about Alexander and his dangerous plan to move on the Capitol. The leaders of Woman for America First sent several frantic, angry text messages to the White House warning that such a march was both illegal and dangerous. “When Ali was putting up things about the Capitol on the sixth, [we were] screen-shotting that, sending it to people both at Parks and at the White House, a couple of times, like ‘WTF’!,”a organizer source said.

    …Women for America First founders Amy and Kylie Jane Kremer, who have had a well-reported feud with Alexander and Alex Jones, the far-right radio host with whom Alexander had teamed to lead the march.

    The Kremers have been feted by the president, and so has Alexander. That gave Alexander access to the front of the rally where Trump would speak.

    “Ali was running amok in the VIP section–it was disgusting–saying we’re going to go to the Capitol. What the f***! We’re not doing a March to the Capitol! What a terrible idea to try to move that number of people all the way to the Capitol,” the source said.

    The insider claims that Woman for America First was quite worried that they had no marshals to keep the crowd in line. “We did advocate against [the march] for all kinds of reasons. So, excuse me, it’s not a big stretch to say when you have a bunch of people heading that way, it’s going to be a problem.”

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