Jerry Russell

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White nationalists are struggling to rationalize their ongoing support for The Donald, in light of his genuflection to Jewish interests at AIPAC. This is just as funny as Bernie supporters who see Sanders as a peace candidate.

http://davidduke.com/dr-duke-dr-slattery-critique-donald-trumps-aipac-talk-proving-predictions-new-video/

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Today Dr. Duke... and Dr. Slattery discussed Donald Trump’s pandering speech before AIPAC. As discouraging as it is to hear His Tremendousness spew the obvious lies about the existential threat that poor tiny Israel is under from the evil Palestinians and an Iran hell-bent on world domination, there is a limit to how much any candidate can be expected to overturn propaganda and indoctrination that has gone unquestioned for decades.​
 
How about if we agree that, technically, the real term should be neo-cuckservative? :rolleyes:
I just noticed that Wikipedia has a comprehensive, actually quite good definition of the term...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuckservative

One definition of "cuckservative" defines it as a conservative who sells out, having bought into all of the key premises of the left, and is enthralled with liberal values. According to Richard B. Spencer, the president of the white nationalist National Policy Institute, the term is a shorthand used to express "certain kind of contempt for mainstream conservatives". The phrase is similar to "Republican In Name Only" (RINO). Social conservatives who use the term condemn what they see as Republicans running on socially conservative values to appeal to their base during an election cycle, only to use vote trading to compromise on those values while in office. The term "cuckold" has a long history as an insult implying that a specific man is weak and emasculated, and may even feel pleasure at his own humiliation because of sexual masochism. The term "cuckservative" similarly implies that certain male Republicans are humiliated through their actions while feeling thrilled and excited from their own degradation because of the abandonment of their own moral standards.
 
This is just as funny as Bernie supporters who see Sanders as a peace candidate.
I know very little of Sanders, but is he not the 'old hippie peacenik' he portrays himself as?

I know one cannot actually become a U.S. Senator without supporting the war corporations and their owners on Wall Street, but isn't Sanders actually more of a genuine old 60's anti-war guy than any other candidate?
 
That is disappointing. My elderly father intends to vote for Bernie. I thought the Bern was somewhat genuine.

I don't tell my father about truths like 9/11 or the Trillions in National Debt because television is really the only enjoyable pastimes he still has.
 

Jerry Russell

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A protestor, Thomas DiMassimo, made a rush for the stage at a Trump rally March 12. He jumped a barrier before being restrained by Secret Service officers. DiMassimo was charged with disorderly conduct and inducing panic, and was released after questioning. He was then featured on an exclusive interview with CNN!

http://www.cnn.com/2016/03/13/politics/thomas-dimassimo-donald-trump-protester-interview/

"I was thinking that I could get up on stage and take his podium away from him and take his mic away from him and send a message to all people out in the country who wouldn't consider themselves racist, who wouldn't consider themselves approving of what type of violence Donald Trump is allowing in his rallies, and send them a message that we can be strong, that we can find our strength and we can stand up against Donald Trump and against this new wave he's ushering in of truly just violent white supremacist ideas," DiMassimo told CNN.
An earlier video featured DiMassimo and a group of perhaps about 50 protestors who were marching under the banner "Not My Flag". Denouncing America for its imperialism and racism, DiMassimo was shown dragging and then trampling on a US flag. Counter-protestors appeared waving Old Glory, and a shouting match ensued.

Then, someone mixed DiMassimo's protest video into a mashup that showed him holding a machine gun and standing in front of an ISIS flag. This was the video that Trump saw, and he accused DiMassimo of "having ties to ISIS." Even after a reporter told Trump that the video was a hoax, Trump continued to insist it was true.

(source: http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2016/mar/13/donald-trump/donald-trump-wrongly-links-campaign-event-proteste/ )

Steve Sailer at Vdare found DiMassimo's twitter page, which has a pinned header: "In a real revolution one either wins or dies."

So how are we to interpret this? If attempted assault on Trump leads to a slap on the wrist and a sweetheart CNN interview, how long will it be before someone tries again? Or is this a charade?

With all his billions, couldn't Trump afford a decent Internet researcher, or even a private eye? Who is DiMassimo really? Wouldn't be just as alarming if he's a Bernie supporter? The ISIS accusation is just lame.

Ted Cruz jokingly threatened bodily harm to Trump as well, saying "If I were in my car and getting ready to reverse and saw Donald in the backup camera, I'm not confident which pedal I'd push." ( http://www.chron.com/news/politics/article/Ted-Cruz-jokes-about-running-over-Donald-Trump-on-7219852.php ).

So is there anything seriously intended about this? If Trump is truly in danger as a murder target, why is he still giving public speeches? Wouldn't it be dramatic for him to say that with all these death threats, he's decided to restrict his appearances to TV studios?
 

Jerry Russell

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I forgot to add that one reason DiMassimo is able to get plausibly deniable and friendly coverage for his assault attempt is that his statement is correct, that Trump is allowing or even encouraging violence at his rallies, and that he is pushing "violent white supremacist ideals". Trump supporters view Trump's bullying and threats as a justified response to attacks against him, as well as attacks against Americans and white people in general. And, of course, the cycle of violence goes back thousands of years.
 
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Richard Stanley

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Yes, it would be interesting to know more about DiMassimo's background, i.e. if he might be some kind of agent provocateur or if he is a sincere person.

Read a newspaper piece yesterday asserting that Trump has received an estimated $1.9 billion in free media coverage, which some are claiming that the media is partially to blame because of their financial straits today (reduced advertising income). Very convenient. There is only a minimal effort by the media to push back on his outright lies, but then the excuse is made that his base only sees this as unwarranted attacks on their messiah. The Truth is not important, but rather attitude, thus there is no need for fact checking on Trump's side. Where he and his campaign seems to shine is the quality of his understanding the deepest psychological needs of his base on issue after issue.

His underlying business skills appear grossly overblown, with the exception that he similarly (to his political 'chops') mastered the concept of branding that has saved his financial bacon.

Also I read that California may play a role in the Republican primary, which is unusual, because the nomination is likely to be undetermined by then. Here the most critical Republican delegates will ironically be in Democratic congressional districts where the Republican voters are sparse and thus easier to target with campaign messaging. CA awards delegates on a congressional district basis. So a minority of CA Republican voters might have a chance to be the deciders for the nomination.
 
For my "money", the best ongoing analysis of Trump, his campaign, and what it portends in a possible party realignment is in the daily briefings at
http://tarpley.net/
You may not agree with Webster's politics, but his historical perspective is valuable IMHO.

David Cay Johnston (google him) has good background info in various places on the man the late, lamented Spy Magazine always called a "short fingered vulgarian".
 

Richard Stanley

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Thanks Mike.

Here's a nice excerpt that's apropos of some of my comments on libertarians, which I was once. I even learned a new word (purblind).

Trump has also acquired a following inside the so-called libertarian community. Many of these libertarians had been supporting Rand Paul, but the collapse of his candidacy freed them up, and they have gravitated rapidly into the orbit of Trump. Some of these libertarian websites have also brought with them certain right wing conspiracy theorists left over from the 9/11 truth movement. These right wing conspiracy theorists have gone from libertarian to totalitarian in the twinkling of an eye. This means that certain writers and researchers who in the past might have offered some resistance or at least negative publicity for false flag terrorist attacks and associated power grabs can now be counted on to be purblind to intelligence community shenanigans favorable to Trump. Since intelligence community factions wanting to promote Trump are probably the most likely source of illegal interventions into the presidential campaign, this becomes a dangerous situation. The veteran conspiracy theorists who are going along with this trend must now be considered sources of disinformation.
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Trump is running primarily on his status as an outsider who has not sold out to the system. This is absurd. Trump is not an outsider. It is much more likely that he is the favorite of a shadow government faction who control him. This group wants to use him for strikebreaking, for international confrontations, the enforcement of austerity, and the imposition of an expanded police state.

http://tarpley.net/

The comment about "veteran conspiracy theorists" is classic ... albeit somewhat late.
 
You should like the documentary link I posted for Philosophy and the Matrix. The commentators frame the work as examining Platonism vs. Aristotle-ism. I'm going to post another link for a documentary on the same duel.
Mark Passio has also done a video series on the Matrix, that I enjoyed. I will also look at your suggestion, Richard. Then, perhaps someday, I'll get around to actually watching the Matrix movies.

Mark has also done a great video on "The Wizard of Oz", which bears no relation to Bill Still's analysis. Both actually make sense. Baum was both a big Freemason and a bi-metalist, so who knows what he thought?
 

Richard Stanley

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The pendulum of (my) opinion is swinging back in favor of my initial view of Trump functioning as a Trojan wHorse, or more apropos: a Maccabee. Not long ago, once it was becoming clear that he would be the nominee through the primary electoral process, at least, he and his campaign staff promised that he was going to steer a course back closer to the political middle. Of course, this would be dumping his base of agitated nationalists, typological Zealots. Instead his new campaign manager, whose had ostensibly been brought in for the centering process, had to resign and Trump has stayed on his original course. I think the campaign manager swap out was just for appearance sake, a feign.

The result? The massive havoc within the ranks of the Old Guard nationalists, i.e. the Republican Party. Now tarred as RINOs and Cuckservatives, etc. by the likes of the uber-Catholic, Koch interests. Hillary, the globalist has now elevated to a double digit lead over Trump. Trump, of course, is really similarly inclined to the Clintons when examining his historical positions on issues. But since Trump's base is anti-intellectual, what do they care about anything beyond superficial appearances? Thus, as Josephus Flavius explained about the Hasmonian (Maccabee) desertion of the Zealots, at the final hour, the globalist banner will prevail, the election rigged as usual.

WASHINGTON — Speaker Paul D. Ryan on Tuesday called Donald J. Trump’s criticism of a federal judge of Hispanic heritage “the textbook definition of a racist comment” and said he “regrets” the remark. But Mr. Ryan also reiterated his support for Mr. Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.

“I disavow these comments — I regret those comments that he made,” Mr. Ryan said after announcing a new Republican anti-poverty initiative in Anacostia, an overwhelmingly black neighborhood in Washington.

“Claiming a person can’t do their job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment,” Mr. Ryan continued. “I think that should be absolutely disavowed. It’s absolutely unacceptable. But do I believe that Hillary Clinton is the answer? No, I do not.”

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/08/us/politics/paul-ryan-donald-trump-gonzalo-curiel.html

This process of rigging the election campaign, at least, can be seen with MSNBC, whose otherwise ubiquitous left leaning has been contradicted by the presence and coverage of the right leaning of the Morning Joe Show. The one thing that unified the MJS and the rest of MSNBC was the vast free coverage of Trump. Trump appeared many times of the MJS, and while taking some criticism of his antics, only now is he being turned on be the MJS, now that he is the presumptive nominee. In order for the republicans to recover, they will have to figure out a way to dump Trump, and at this point, with who? And what independants will retain any respect for the party or who it cuckholds Trump with?

Cui bono? The traditional nationalist oriented party has been rent asunder. As opposed to ...?

The American Boston Tea Party was organized by Adam's Freemasons, in reaction to British colonial policies that the Catholic Lords Baltimore and Bute were able to get inacted via their influence over George III. The new Tea Party is funded by the uber-Catholic Koch brothers, whose real agenda is globalism. Thus like the Maccabees, they superficially appeal to nationalist Libertarians and Tea Partiers, whilst their real aims are those of the Clintons. Hence we have seen one of the Kochs claim that he might have to support Hillary over the crazy Trump. Crazy like a Trojan Fox.

Additionally we see the schizophrenic messaging above of such as Speaker Paul Ryan, a Catholic said to be aligned with the uber traditionalist Catholics, Opus Dei. As such, their real goals are those of the Church, i.e. advancing the global aims stated by Christ Caesar, grafted (Romans 11) onto the global aims of Jesse, as found in Isaiah.
 

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Mark Passio has also done a video series on the Matrix, that I enjoyed. I will also look at your suggestion, Richard. Then, perhaps someday, I'll get around to actually watching the Matrix movies.

Mark has also done a great video on "The Wizard of Oz", which bears no relation to Bill Still's analysis. Both actually make sense. Baum was both a big Freemason and a bi-metalist, so who knows what he thought?
Edward Griffin: Donald Trump is an Amazing Phenomenon. a 2nd opinion

[there has been preprograming that trump will win]

in his own words let him say for him self what he thinks


the big boys are behind Clinton and trump they win
 
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Jerry Russell

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Instead his new campaign manager, whose had ostensibly been brought in for the centering process, had to resign and Trump has stayed on his original course. I think the campaign manager swap out was just for appearance sake, a feign.
I'm not sure what you're saying here. If Trump is in fact a Maccabee type, then isn't it to be expected that he will appeal to his nationalist base for the election? In fact, one might expect him only to show his true globalist colors, and to betray his electorate, at those moments when the chips are down.

Thus, as Josephus Flavius explained about the Hasmonian (Maccabee) desertion of the Zealots, at the final hour, the globalist banner will prevail, the election rigged as usual.
This seems to be true, but only in the sense that the globalists win regardless of whether Hillary or Trump prevails in the election?

I still feel there's some possibility that Trump might turn out to be a true nationalist, but the question is whether racist nationalism is an acceptable basis to challenge the globalist empire. And we've talked before about Trump's many expected strengths in national debates with Hillary. And we can't completely discount the possibility that Hillary could get indicted. Making predictions is hard, especially about the future, and especially when you're not an insider.
 

Richard Stanley

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the big boys are behind Clinton and trump they win
Yes, they always have both candidates in their pockets, it's all a contrived drama for the masses.

Not sure why you included the Matrix material in your post? I've yet to watch that Passeo video, but am falling behind on watching all those.
 
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