Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Putin on People Who Keep Saying Goodbye But Don’t Leave

The Duran, January18, 2017: What are we seeing in the United States? We are seeing the continuation of an acute internal political struggle despite the fact that the presidential election is over and it ended in Mr Trump’s convincing victory. Nevertheless, in my opinion, several goals are being set in this struggle. Maybe there are more, but some of them are perfectly obvious.
The first is to undermine the legitimacy of the US president-elect. By the way, in this regard, I would like to point out that whether deliberately or not, these people are causing enormous damage to US interests. Simply enormous. The impression is that, after a practice run in Kiev, they are now ready to organise a Maidan in Washington to prevent Trump from taking office.
The second goal is ...


Lavrov: UK, Germany And France "Grossly" Interfered In The US Election
Jon Rappoport: Russian agent: who gave US uranium to Putin, Trump or Hillary?

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Justin Trudeau: The Worst Canadian Prime Minister Since Pierrre Elliot Trudeau?

Stepping down as Prime Minister in December 2003, Jean Chrétien said he would, like British Prime Minister William Gladstone, come back at the age of 84 — which would be in 2018.

Although, I imagines, said in jest, Chétien's promise has gained plausibility with the passage of time.

Since Chrétien made way for his long-time Finance Minister, Paul Martin, Canada`s liberals have been beset by failure.

Monday, January 16, 2017

Inside Fukushima's Time Bomb: Fukushima Exposed

Via the blockchain media site:

Why nuclear power is a catastrophe waiting to happen.

Saturday, January 14, 2017

How James Clapper, John McCain and Other Members of the Treason Party Tried to Ditch Trump Before the Inauguration

By Daniel Lazare

Consortium News, January 14, 2017: Is a military coup in the works? Or are U.S. intelligence agencies laying the political groundwork for forcing Donald Trump from the presidency because they can’t abide his rejection of a new cold war with Russia? Not long ago, even asking such questions would have marked one as the sort of paranoid nut who believes that lizard people run the government. But no longer.

Thanks to the now-notorious 35-page dossier concerning Donald Trump’s alleged sexual improprieties in a Moscow luxury hotel, it’s clear that strange maneuverings are underway in Washington and that no one is quite sure how they will end.

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Aangirfan, aka Aanirfan, Is STILL a Fraudster

As we pointed out in:

Aangirfan, aka Aanirfan, Is a Fraudster,

the conspiracy theory blog, Aangirfan-aka-Aanirfan, has used pictures of Donald Trump with his own children to imply that Trump is a child abuser.

 Aangirfan, aka Aanirfan, is thus, in the current terminology, a creator of fake news.

The Aangirfan, aka Aanirfan, post referred to in our earlier report, which described Donald Trump as a Nazi Zionist, has now been deleted. However, in a post published today entitled:


Aangirfan, aka Aanirfan, employs the same fraudulent technique to smear Trump as a paedophile.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Trump Travesty: John McCain Takes Fake News to the Next Level of Stupid

The claim put into circulation by warmonger, John McCain, that Donald Trump hired a bunch of whores to piss on a bed in a Moscow hotel because that's where Barak Obama slept four years before is so stupid that only really, really stupid people would believe it.

And what makes the story particularly stupid is the fact that Donald Trump was, until he turned to politics, one of the world's largest hotel operators, which means he knows the kinds of crazy things people do in hotels, and how vulnerable people who do crazy things with a bunch of whores in a hotel are to exposure or blackmail.

Sunday, January 8, 2017


Shareholders in US-based global corporations such as Apple, IBM, GM, etc., have done well out of globalization, replacing high-wage workers at home with either sweatshop labor abroad, or immigrants who undercut American workers.

For the capitalist class, therefore, globalization is good and they want more of it.

And why, you may ask, should a company not take advantage of lower cost immigrant labor or cheap labor abroad: after all, those foreign workers need work just as much as over-paid native-born workers in the West, and we all benefit from the lower costs of goods and services provided by cheap foreign labor.

Well here's a reason.

Saturday, January 7, 2017

NY Times: CIA Report Lacks Concrete Evidence of Russian Hacking

CIA Motto: “Judgments are not intended to imply that we have proof that shows something to be a fact.”

According to the New York Times, the report of America's top US intelligence agencies claiming  a Russian “influence campaign” ordered by President Vladimir V. Putin with intent to "skew the the outcome of the 2016 presidential race,"  lacked "any concrete evidence" of Kremlin election meddling. 

The report, the Times states,
provides no new evidence to support assertions that Moscow meddled covertly through hacking and other actions to boost the electoral chances of Donald J. Trump and undermine his rival, Hillary Clinton, but rests instead on what it describes as Moscow’s long record of trying to influence America’s political system.

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

1983: The Late Congressman Larry MacDonald on Republican Cucks For the New World Order

Definition of the Day: No. 79

Higher Education:

[A] political racket whereby Democrats fork endless cash to tuition extortionists, and lousy scholars impart insane ideas to debt-strapped students who are made dysfunctional citizens in the process.

Saturday, December 31, 2016

A Post That Disappeared: The Rot At the Head of the University

Reading the latest from the Marquette Warrior, aka Marquette University Professor John McAdams, on the efforts of Marquette's President, Michael Lovell, to impose on Marquette University, a supposedly Catholic institution, the rule of PC, I was prompted to review my own post of almost a year ago entitled: The Rot at the Head of the University, which however, I was unable to find either by way of this blog's search function or using Google to search the Web. That seemed odd since the post comes up at the head of the list in a search, and it is in fact, still online as originally posted.

So, in the perhaps naive hope that Google won't exclude it from any future search of the Web, here's that post again.
In The Intellectual Costs of Diversity, Robert Weissberg explains the devastating harm to academic excellence done by the promotion of diversity  in the American University — a cost that guarantees America's demise as the world's leading intellectual, scientific and technological power.

In discussing this transformation of academia, the author considers the motivation of the Interim Chancellor of the University of Illinois at Champaigne-Urbana, Barbara Wilson, who has announced diversity, i.e., rigged hiring to insure blacks and women are favored over better qualified white or Asian males, to be central to the university’s mission. His conclusion is this:

... abandoning intellectual excellence is best explained by physical intimidation and what is most remarkable is the inconsequentiality of this threat. What interim Chancellor Barbara Wilson and others face is at most some fleeting verbal abuse …

This, sadly, is complete rubbish, for if it were not, it would be a simple matter to find university leaders with the balls to insist that the university is about scholarship, not the replacement of Christian morality with that of Political Correctness.

The State of US:Russia Relations

Source: CBC


RT: Russia demands Washington explain after reports say US military hacked into Russian networks

Zero Hedge: "Something Stinks" - Like Iraq WMD Fiasco, Russia Story Doesn't Add Up

Craig Murray: Exit Obama in a Cloud of Disillusion, Delusion and Deceit
Anybody who believes the latest report issued by Obama as “proof” [of Russian hacking] provides anything of the sort is very easily impressed by some entirely meaningless diagrams. William Binney, who was Technical Director at the NSA and actually designed their surveillance capabilities, has advised me by email. It is plain from the report itself that the Russian groups discussed have been under targeted NSA surveillance for a period longer than the timeframe for the DNC and Podesta leaks. It is therefore inconceivable that the NSA would not have detected and traced those particular data flows and they would be saved. In other words, the NSA would have the actual hack on record, would be able to recognise the emails themselves and tell you exactly the second the transmission or transmissions took place and how they were routed. They would be able to give you date, time and IP addresses. In fact, not only do they produce no evidence of this kind, they do not even claim to have this kind of definite evidence ...
Independent: US government hackers ‘penetrate’ Russian electric grid and communication lines to be ‘ready’ in case of election day interference

SCF: A Loser’s Malice: What’s Behind Obama’s Attacks on Putin

Friday, December 30, 2016

Crap Canadian Journal Inadvertently Publishes Exposé of Its Own Corrupt Operation

A website accused of publishing fake science has posted an editorial saying that it, and others like it, are “predators” that treat legitimate scientists as suckers.

It’s an editorial that was written and submitted by the [Ottawa] Citizen, as part of our own little experiment.

Scientists should “park any ethics at the door” before publishing in the Journal of Applied Molecular Cell Biology, the journal’s own editorial adds.

We suspect the journal may have published the piece online without actually reading it — which would explain why it allowed its own editorial to accuse it of cheating, of being a wolf in sheep’s clothing that preys on scientists, of self-aggrandizement and of smelling bad.

The publisher is Consortium Publication of Saskatoon, which publishes using the logo and links of the Indian company OMICS International. OMICS publishes about 700 low-quality online journals and has recently been acquiring Canadian journals that were formerly independent.

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Thursday, December 29, 2016


1. The Need for Heretics

In the modern world, science and society often interact in a perverse way. We live in a technological society, and technology causes political problems. The politicians and the public expect science to provide answers to the problems. Scientific experts are paid and encouraged to provide answers. The public does not have much use for a scientist who says, “Sorry, but we don’t know”. The public prefers to listen to scientists who give confident answers to questions and make confident predictions of what will happen as a result of human activities. So it happens that the experts who talk publicly about politically contentious questions tend to speak more clearly than they think. They make confident predictions about the future, and end up believing their own predictions. Their predictions become dogmas which they do not question. The public is led to believe that the fashionable scientific dogmas are true, and it may sometimes happen that they are wrong. That is why heretics who question the dogmas are needed.

Canadian University Teachers Put U. Lethbridge's PC Commissar, aka, President, Under the Gun For Illegal Discriminatory Action Against a Faculty Member

American Herald Tribune, Dec. 12, 2016: The witch-hunt against University of Lethbridge professor Anthony Hall may have just ended not with a bang but with a whimper. And it is the Israel lobby group B’nai Brith Canada, and its flunkies at the University of Lethbridge, who are whimpering.

The Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) just issued a stinging reprimand for University of Lethbridge president Mike Mahon, a glorified gym teacher who unilaterally suspended Professor Hall without pay because he disagrees with Hall’s political views.

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Note to President Mahon: Engaging in an unwarranted attack on the freedom of speech of a member of your own faculty who happens to be the Editor in Chief of a newspaper is the kind of thing that will get you a well-deserved come-uppance, much to the enjoyment of all and sundry.

Monday, December 26, 2016


Even the best things come to an end. After enjoying a quarter of a century of writing this column for Creators Syndicate, I have decided to stop. Age 86 is well past the usual retirement age, so the question is not why I am quitting, but why I kept at it so long.

It was very fulfilling to be able to share my thoughts on the events unfolding around us, and to receive feedback from readers across the country – even if it was impossible to answer them all.

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Friday, December 23, 2016

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Sahara Snowfall, 1979

Anthem for the Alt- New World Order:

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Misrepresenting the Danger of Mass Migration

The other day, the Daily Mail ran a story under the following headline:

How many MORE atrocities before our leaders stop lying to us and admit that, thanks to their immigration policies, being mowed down while doing your Christmas shopping is simply the new normal?

The risk of being mown down while doing your Christmas shopping is, actually, not high. In fact, it is infinitesimally small.

The real danger to the European people of the immigration policies pursued by the Western elites is that unless those policies are ended now, the European peoples will cease to exist as a distinct racial and cultural group within a generation. Current Western immigration policies are, in other words, a program for the genocide of the European people.

Saturday, December 17, 2016

Democracy, Shamocracy and the Death of the West

Is there a ceiling to the nationalist vote, asks John Derbyshire in another handwringing piece about the ongoing destruction of the European peoples. To which the correct answer is: who cares?

Democracy and the death of the West are synonymous. The European people never wanted mass immigration of Africans, Asians, Muslim middle-easterners, or anyone else. But they've nevertheless had it good and hard, whoever they voted for.

Friday, December 16, 2016

Brilliant Billionaires, No. 79: Mark Zuckerberg Cracks the Hard Philosophical Problem — What Is Truth?

We all know that young Mark Zuckerberg is a very smart man: a man of vision as well as a business tycoon. But who would have imagined that young Mark would answer what has been recognized throughout the ages as the greatest of all philosophical questions, namely: what is truth?

Yet young Mark has slashed the Gordian knot. He has discovered the test. He has found the touchstone of ultimate Truth, and it is to be put to immediate use, purifying the thoughts of mankind and advancing humanity in one giant leap to a state of perfect enlightenment. Henceforth, young Mark's fakebook will transmit nothing but the purest truth.

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Will President Obama be charged with treason over a fabricated birth certificate?

The report states: 
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and lead investigator Mike Zullo along with forensic experts on two continents have concluded that President Obama’s birth certificate is not authentic and are seeking to take the matter up with the federal government.

Dubya Bush On Trial For War Crimes

As Sputnik International reports, the United States Court of Appeal for the Ninth Circuit heard oral argument, December 12, in Saleh v. Bush, a class action lawsuit filed against key members of the George W. Bush administration for war crimes.

This report includes a 20 minute video of the court proceedings which suggests that the prime concern of the court is not whether war crimes were committed by the Bush II Administration but whether, if war crimes were committed, Bush and members of his cabinet are subject to prosecution under US law.

Monday, December 12, 2016

Why US Oligarchs and the Democratic Party Are Attempting a Coup d'Etat Against Trump

In 1971, when the Soviet Union was at the height of its power, the fear in the West was of Soviet tanks rolling Westward to the Atlantic, leaving the United States with the choice of resolving the issue either by means of an all out nuclear war, or accepting Russian global hegemony.

To counter the threat, the US gave diplomatic recognition to Red China, the implication being: if Russia moved West, China, with US support, would move West also, to regain vast swaths of territory and the underlying energy and mineral resources lost to Russia under the, so-called, unequal treaties of the 19th Century.

Today Russia is weak, but China is strong and rapidly growing stronger. To the plutocratic class, both in America and China, Russia's weakness creates a golden opportunity: an opportunity to strip Putin's circle of crony capitalists of the vast resource wealth of Russia. Or as Canadian wannabe oligarch, Conrad Black wrote in the National Post:

Sunday, December 11, 2016

UK Ambassador Trashes Claim Russia Hacked US Election

Hillary Clinton, in October, was the first to accuse Russia of meddling in the US Presidential election in order to prevent her winning, and to impose Donald Trump on the American people.

Now US "intelligence officials" are informing trusty mainstream media (i.e., globalist propaganda) outlets such as mostly-billionaire-Thomson-owned Reuters that:
U.S. intelligence agencies have assessed that as the 2016 presidential campaign progressed, Russian government officials devoted increasing attention to assisting Trump's effort to win the election.
Specifically, Reuters claims, based on statements from unnamed "U.S. officials briefed on the matter," and as reported in the Washington [Com]Post, on Friday that:

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Frans de Waal: An Ethologist's Confusion About Ethics — Part II

Frans de Waal, whose accounts of animal behavior have won popular acclaim, believes that empathy, which is innate to both mankind and many other species, is the only effective basis for socially constructive behavior and that religion as a guide to human conduct is, therefore, both unnecessary and undesirable.

However, as I discussed in an earlier post, de Waal fails to acknowledge the limits to the power of empathy, which is most clearly expressed among family members, friends and neighbors, but which is less evident or entirely absent in interactions among strangers, especially among strangers differing in tribe, culture, race or nation.

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

The Trouble With Climate Science

The trouble with what is called "climate science" is that it is all about predicting the future, and as someone said, predictions are difficult, especially about the future.

Sometimes, it's true, science predicts the future reliably enough. For example, if you'd said on any day during the last four and a half billion years that "tomorrow the sun will rise in the East," you'd have been proved correct. Moreover, much else about astronomy is highly predictable. But that's because everything in the vast emptiness of space happens, well, in space. In other words, astronomical events are highly predictable because the objects about which predictions are made, planets, satellites, stars, and galaxies, are affected by their environment in very few and very predictable ways. These bodies exist in gravitational and electromagnetic fields the properties of which are well understood and which, on astronomical scales, change in strength and conformation incredibly slowly.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Frans de Waal: An Ethologist's Confusion About Ethics — Part I

Ethology is the study of animal behavior. Franz de Waal is a distinguished ethologist and author of several best-selling accounts of primate behavior. As de Waal reports at length in the Atheist and the Bonobo, and other works, a key feature of the behavior of apes and to a greater or lesser degree other social animals, is sharing, helping, commiserating, comforting and demanding fairness. 

From this reality of animal social existence, de Waal concludes that morality is neither unique to humans nor dependent on religion, but is inherent in mammalian biology. Furthermore, he contends, that religion is, though difficult and perhaps impossible to eradicate, superfluous to the good society.

Thus, de Waal writes:
This brings me back to my bottom-up view of morality. The moral law is not imposed from above or derived from well-reasoned principles; rather it arises from ingrained values that have been there from the beginning of time.
In this, however, de Waal is sadly confused. The constructive, cooperative, fairness-demanding and mutually beneficial behavior of social animals is not evidence of morality, natural or otherwise. It is merely the rational, self-serving behavior of the small business owner who refrains from swindling his customers in the hope that they will return for more. It is the principle of you scratch my back, I'll scratch yours. By helping one another, social animals achieve a level of well-being beyond that attainable were they to live independent, uncooperative lives.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

About Shit

In the late sixties, when I worked briefly at Vancouver's mountain-top Simon Fraser University, I encountered a Communist agitator who made much of the fact that "even the Queen shits." I never discussed this proposition with him, but I suppose the idea was to associate with Canada's monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, one's deeply ingrained aversion to the sight, smell, or thought of shit. In particular, it must have been supposed that once identified as a shitter, Her Majesty would, together with the entire Canadian political establishment, lose all credibility and thus be thrust aside by a disgusted proletariat to make way for the revolution. The same approach was adopted with a view to discrediting the Pope and thus the Catholic faith.

Happily, despite exposure to such treasonous and heretical propaganda, I remain a loyal subject of Her Majesty the Queen and no enemy to the Catholic church. Still, the line of attack did make some sense, and reveals why shit remains one of the world's outstanding problems, for shit is something people just don't like to think about. But with seven billion, going on ten billion, humans on the face of the planet, we do need to confront the reality of around ten million tons of shit a day. That's about 350 kilograms per hectare per year, worldwide. So mind where you step: especially in poorer parts of the World, where people mostly just shit behind a bush and leave disposal to natural processes, or people walking away with it adhering to the soles of their shoes — if they have shoes.


There are times when being Prime Minister of Canada merely because your father was Prime Minister of Canada proves unrewarding. For Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, the son of former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, the occasion of the death of his father's friend, the Cuban Communist dictator, Fidel Castro, has proved to be one such time. Remaining loyal to his father's friend, and indeed his own friend, Justin Trudeau said, among other things:
It is with deep sorrow that I learned today of the death of Cuba’s longest-serving president... [a] larger than life [personality]... a legendary revolutionary and orator... I know my father was very proud to call him a friend and I had the opportunity to meet Fidel when my father passed away. It was also a real honour to meet his three sons and his brother, President Raúl Castro, during my recent visit to Cuba. On behalf of all Canadians, Sophie and I offer our deepest condolences to the family, friends and many, many supporters of Mr. Castro. We join the people of Cuba today in mourning the loss of this remarkable leader....

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Kennedy versus the CIA: the Power Struggle That Preceded the Murder

On November 23rd, 2013, the 50th anniversary of the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy, we argued, based on consideration of means and motives, that the CIA most likely killed Kennedy with a nod from Vice President, Lyndon Baines Johnson, who was not only a beneficiary of the killing, but the man in a position to impose a cover up. The CIA, of course, got to kick-start the war it wanted in Vietnam.

Then, we wrote:
A peculiarity of the American Constitution is that, on the death of the President, the Vice President is automatically sworn in as the new president. What a temptation that must present to a sociopathic Vice President.

Thursday, November 24, 2016

PC Children's Tales and the Modernization of Censorship

Jack, who wanted to be known as Jill, and Jill, who wanted
to be known as Jack, went up the hill to fetch a pail of water.
Source: @Spectator
By Denise Chipani

In their original incarnations, the wildly popular Nancy Drew series of mystery books, first written by a two-woman team (under the pen name Carolyn Keene) in the 1930s, were rife with racism and anti-Semitism. Villains were often shifty-eyed, hook-nosed, or swarthy. A “Negro caretaker” is “lazy.” In response to pressure from their publisher, the authors re-edited the books in the late 1950s. That means that the Nancy Drew stories you or I remember were already minus the obviously offensive passages and plots, scrubbed clean and made PC (well, PC by midcentury standards, anyway).

But some would argue that the excisions also left the stories less meaty overall (certainly the original authors felt that way). Did we miss out? Not just on interesting subplots and adventurous twists, but on the chance to, say, discuss with parents and teachers how times had changed, or why people once felt a certain way about people different from them — or why some still harbor those prejudices?

Friday, November 18, 2016

Global Warming Is Not a Hoax, It`s An Unproved, and Likely Unprovable, Hypothesis

Donald Trump is reported to have said that global warming is a hoax. In fact, the claim that the climate is being warmed due to human activity is not a hoax, but a hypothesis, and quite an old one.

Svante Ahrrenius, in 1896, was the first to quantify the contribution of carbon dioxide to Earth's temperature and to speculate on whether variations in the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide have contributed to long-term variations in climate. In later publications he suggested that the combustion of coal would affect global temperature.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

How Trump Will Confound His Critics By Creating Good Jobs for Americans... Perhaps

"Stemming the rot in American manufacturing may defeat even Trump" runs the title of a piece published today over at the Unz Review.


Trump’s great advantage over his opponents is his mastery of Grade 4 English, by means of which he is readily understood by his blue-collar base, while being unintelligible to his more highly educated, which is to say brainwashed, opponents.