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She’d had enough.

Ironically, comments @ youtube are turned off, as the placeholder link claims, by one of possible reasons is “to protect the minors”.

(via aka_human)

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This is my district and I met some of the mentioned individuals when they “canvassed door to door” (uninvited) or harassed working bees at the subway station during morning rush, or annoyed voters near school crossing on election day.

An astounding article.

Even more astounding court excerpt (pdf).

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And about that…

Let me repeat myself: Land of Contention

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Товарищ Сталин,

произошла ужасная ошибка!

“She is a former member of the military, voted for President Obama, and believes in the sanctity of the government and the importance of law and order,” her attorney said.

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What more proof do you want?!

J. Hoft did yourself (and us) no favors with this crap…shouldn’t post hastily on matters he has no understanding. Or maybe it’s what his audience want: simplistic finger-pointing, no matter how wrong. Who has the time to get themselves acquainted with intricacies of foreign politics and events, for more than 5 min anyway?

“Russians were called by Dems to be behind Tramp? Then they are our friends. Ukranians are Russian enemies? Yay, let’s call them neo-nazi, then! And use Lugandon dats-tzi-bao as proof!  Even better – there is a distinctive Jewish theme – yep, these peeps are wearing the same “Zhidobanderites”  t-shirt. It’s a gang!”



No surprise – the threads are full of expected antisemitic (“jews equal communists”) comments. Well done, JH. I think  I know whom I am NOT supporting anymore.

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The COVID situation was political from start to finish; the Chinese leveraged their contacts and agents within the US government to erase Trump from American politics, and the disease was the tool.

Fauci went against declared US government policy to finance what is termed “gain of function” research at the Wuhan facility. That was either released on purpose, or it got out due to the usual crappy Chinese attention to detail and care. Could also be due to the employees selling infected test animals, or sloppy work resulting in infected employees. Either way, the Chinese and their purchased agents within the US government leveraged the opportunity they created, and here we are.

Looking at it objectively, from the outside? The response was always completely political. The CDC didn’t believe it was a big deal, as evidenced in how they responded with untrained personnel to deal with that Japanese cruise ship situation, didn’t deploy with necessary contamination gear, and then brought back the exposed while refusing to test any asymptomatic people for the disease. They also shut down that doctor in Seattle who was doing mass screenings, which would likely have shown that whatever the hell was going on, we had COVID here in the US long before January 2020.

The whole thing was political from start to finish, and you could tell from the way they handled it. None of the CDC functionaries took this seriously, and there was no real sense of urgency to their actions. We only have a vaccine because Trump pushed through changes to the usual vaccine approval process–Normally, they’d still be in testing. Remains to be seen whether or not this was a good idea, but we’ll see.

My money is on this whole deal being an opportunistic political deal from start to finish. The flu epidemic of 2009 is going to turn out to have killed more people, by the end of this all. I’d lay money on that… And, because it wasn’t highlighted and spun up in the news, nobody will ever know.

Face the facts… The Republic is lost, and has been since the seventies. The bureaucrats and unelected staff run the show, while the congressional scum make money selling off America to its enemies. Biden just reopened the US power grid to Chinese companies again, and gee, won’t that work out wonderfully?

To put it in technical terms, we are fucked.


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Worth sharing

For those who didn’t see it  at Stas: an excerpt:

I will give a quick translation below)


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To whom it concerns:

Open an alternate account on Dreamwidth. And it wouldn’t hurt to start learning Russian: it seems, we are the last American Patriots of anti-commie persuasion here.

Read this, for instance. 

Even w/o knowing the language of the commentary, you’ll appreciate the links: they are in English.


You can find me on Gab and Parler under Besed_ka and Besedka, accordingly.

Tell me how to find you there (I will not publish your comment, if you so wish)


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Ledger Look

I would have uploaded the video, but WP just surprised me with a note that it is no longer possible with free account.  Apparently, I have to upgrade for a paid one to be allowed such luxury.

You’ll have to click on the link first. Apologies.

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…, to look at the times past, and the post with quotes I collected after another election.

The seeds of the disaster we are living thru now were all there, then.

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, that we thought were left behind in the country of inept treacherous intelligentsia have caught up with us here:

Whom to blame? and What is to be done? [Кто виноват? и Что делать?]

The former is obvious. The latter is where all kinds of problems start.

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One thing  for sure:

I should not has accepted the job at the place I am working now.

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Кто б сомневался

Прошла тест



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AH @ twitter, on 11/27:

It is possible, indeed necessary, to be both disgusted and amused.

I’m not advanced enough to achieve the latter. Disgusted is all I am, for the last month.

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Ledger rumbles

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It is with a heavy heart I’m reading this digest from yrs ago. Some authors were prophetic, some near-sighted, and one turned coats, but all understood: ahead lies a difficult road – and the intervening years proved it beyond all doubt – but severely underestimated.

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Anomaly, they say

Have been waiting patiently for our electoral muezzins to count in-person and absentee votes in local election (we all know what happened in the general) – and finally the results are in officially.

My locals – all seats – returned firmly to the R!!!

See 11 congressional district: : Nicole Malliotakis (R) took over from Rose (D) with 57.9% over his 42.1%;

22 State Senate district: Vito Bruno (R) beaten Gounardes (D) with 54% over 46%;

46 State Assembly district: Mark Szuszkiewicz (R) won the seat from Frontus (D) with 54.3% vs. 45.7%

One Brooklyn paper (“Gotham”) called us an “anomaly pocket”…indeed.

The problem I’m mulling over now: should I trust this state of affairs to last longterm or disregard it and contemplate transition to milder climes, anyway. Or, worse yet, am I already too late.

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Only 180 comments, of now. Караул устал, apparently

The KGB also conducted “wet” operations, code for assassination and murder. Those who doubt the FBI could do likewise might consider the case of Randy Weaver, smeared as a “white separatist” and entrapped on bogus charges. 

After a gun battle that claimed the life of Weaver’s son and a U.S. Marshal, the FBI deployed massive military force against a single family. FBI sniper Lon Horiuchi shot Randy’s wife Vicki through the head as she held her infant daughter. Snipers are trained carefully to “acquire” their targets, so the claim that the killing was accidental is hard to accept.

Horiuchi faced charges and enjoyed the services of a government lawyer. Even so, William Barr, now U.S. attorney general, organized former attorneys general to support the FBI sniper, and assisted in legal arguments in favor of the FBI. Appeal court judge Alex Kozinski, by contrast, said the FBI had established “a 007 standard for the use of deadly force.” In other words, a license to kill.

I guess, here’s the answer to the question in a previous post.

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As usual, it takes a woman (and not a US citizen) to enunciate clearly – at least, attempt to – the answer to the classical question “What can we do now?”

  1. We can reject the narrative
  2. We can remember our truths
  3. We stand strong

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Mark Ellis:

There are 70+ million MAGA voters closely watching how the party that Trump saved from Hillary Clinton and steep decline handles post-election evidence of large-scale swing-state fraud that becomes more demonstrable with each passing hour.

[…]if Republicans in the House and Senate don’t strongly align with Trump and aggressively fight this rip-off all the way to the Supreme Court, they will have aided and abetted the Democrats in the act of ensuring that no Republican ever wins the White House again. Coupled with the Dem rip-off, any appearance of acceptance and/or unwillingness to fight against this blatant electoral theft will alienate however many millions of Republicans, and cost the party large numbers of the base that Trump has grown for them. All the way to SCOTUS.

The commenter’s (whose handle is not important) response:

 They are going to throw him under the bus. They hated Trump before he won and hate him more now. And now they have no reason to pretend they support him.


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Observing reactions to the ongoing election fraud in the short list of blogs I frequent, two are equally repulsive to me:

  1. “it’s the end of the world” commies won, it’s useless to resist, time to a)take care of number one; b)of my family and church; c)run to the woods/hills/Alaska; d)lie down and die
  2. “it’s not that bad” Biden is senile, Kamala is a mattress, we still have majority in Senate and a close run in House, time to a) think of next election and next (R) candidate, not as abrasive as T; b)take advantage and play the surge/short stock market; c)build the bridges with our commie overlords – hey, we are still one country

It’s like they all have covid on the brain.  We are living within a coup, the future of the Republic is in question – and their heads are deliberately and firmly wedged into their backsides.

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From a thread elsewhere, an aside to remember

Commenter A:

Dude, Kamala sucked.

Commenter B:

Sucking is her specialty

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Today’s count on worldometer points at number of new infections in the US Military.  Out of total US number of 3,387. With +1 dead.

WTF?!? Is this how they aim to pull the army to their side, seeing as they blame T. for every deed they make?

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