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    Arthur Rothstein Texas Panhandle Dust Bowl Mar 1936   • There Is No More Accurate Way To Describe All That Than As A Coup (Kunstler) • Republican
    [See the full post at: Debt Rattle December 3 2019]

    V. Arnold

    Arthur Rothstein Texas Panhandle Dust Bowl Mar 1936
    Zounds! What a shot. The drama is nature at it’s most fierce; how does one get more real that that?

    The nativety scene is, is, um, interesting, I guess…

    Steve Keen at his best, as usual…

    I have to add that most cannot even grasp a whisper of today’s reality; in all its bloody reality…
    Blood sausage anyone?

    Dr. D

    From yesterday, an article from Tim Pool on how business sucks and women are deeply unsatisfied having followed it: › watch › v=aYkiKCY4mJM

    Hey, no kidding, almost all the MEN think work sucks too, but they don’t have options.

    He repeats the debunking of a wage gap – more men sign up for dangerous and fatal, higher-paying jobs (hero theory) – and that women are slightly less represented in the top-tier because men have a wider bell curve, where more men are stupid (and homeless, good only for manual labor) but also more men are geniuses, and likely to succeed. Women have a slightly closer bell curve, so more women will be of average intelligence. That just about explains all the differences we see in the West at this time, including that more women are in college.

    Then following HRC’s stinging loss after promising WWIII, Warren promises to cause an American Civil War if elected:

    That’s because eliminating the electoral college, Vermont, Wyoming, Alaska, both Dakotas, Delaware, Rhode Island, Montana, Maine, New Hampshire, Hawaii, Idaho, West Virginia, Nebraska, New Mexico, and Kansas, Mississippi, Arkansas, Nevada, Iowa and Utah will have to secede from the Union as they will never have representation again. But Civil War was always the plan, going way back to 1968. The problem is, the only sides that can possibly fight are the rural militias – gun owning, unified under principles – and the government – gun owning, unified in policies. But what happens if the rural reds ARE the government? Who fights now? No one, as the combined power of both arms-owning halves – who are also both law-supporting — would make any uprising the shortest ever.

    Finger-sucking granddaddy Biden has a lot to worry about, since Hunter’s paternity suit is far more than embarrassing: in order to determine child support, the judge is demanding 3 years of taxes, which will end up on public record, and as is usual in such cases, and every Ukrainian payout will be revealed. Ricky got some ‘spaining to do. The Arkansas lawyer recused himself immediately and without warning. He may have unexpectedly found himself in one of those dangerous and/or fatal jobs.

    “Donald Trump’s actions towards Ukraine were “entirely prudent” and involved “no quid pro quo, bribery, extortion, or abuse of power”, according to a draft Republican report Zelinsky and the whole Ukrainian government.”

    Zelinsky and like the 25th official release BY a sovereign nation that says no quid pro quo, BidenCo stole all our money, where’s my money? and no one cares. It’s a “debunked conspiracy theory” when a major nation of 42 million people declares something internationally with affidavits. …But of course! We all knew that. It can’t BE reported, because the truth cannot be in their mouth. They’d choke.

    Because there is no voting fraud ever – never has been, ask CNN – many local officials have been prosecuted nationwide, and PA electronic voting machines go crazy:

    “it was obvious there was a problem. The Democratic candidate, Abe Kassis, only had 164 votes out of 55,000 ballots across 100 precincts. In an area where you can vote for a straight party ticket, it was near a “statistical impossibility”, according to the New York Times. “

    “The machines used in Northampton County were also used in Philadelphia and surrounding suburbs, crucial areas for next year’s Presidential election.”

    Nah. In 2012 when 100% of all voters in Philly voted DNC, with –ZERO– cranks voting otherwise just to be funny, it was considered totally normal! When 10% more people voted than were registered in Detroit under Stein’s 2016 recount: totally normal!!! When billionaires coughSoroscough vow to overturn elections and spend billions to do so and then OWN the voting machine companies, no problem!!! And when a 6th grader can hack one – as well proven in like every hacking conference ever – that’s totally not worrisome at all! …And this is why CA just bought a bunch more machines that have no security, no paper receipts, and no possibility of recounts for 2020. See? America got no problems! One billionaire, one vote. As their hero says, “It’s not who votes that counts, it’s he who counts the votes.”

    Not to be a gadfly here, but after the totally rigged Kennedy-Nixon vote, didn’t a bunch of states like IL and NY go with a totally un-hackable, completely honest, auditable two-key paper-punch system? Do we like, still know how to make those machines, or is the idea of a lever-machine that puts holes in paper too hard for us now?

    it can send made-up votes to the vote counting software without needing a real ballot. Fake ballots are a feature no voting machine should have.” …The automatic tests in Northampton proved to be problematic in that they didn’t even cast votes for every candidate. …The machines were rolled out and used anyway.”

    What was that Smith said yesterday about every single thing the whole nation being a lie?

    “EU Leaders to Push for Climate Neutrality by 2050 (R.)”

    Hahahahahahahahahaha! Not unless you want to kill 6 billion people first. Enough said.

    “In the American imagination, at least, the family farm still exists as it does on holiday greeting cards:”

    Like everything, it’s a lie and a fantasy. They utterly destroyed that over 50 years ago, and left the ruins of Chernobyl, as shown by Mellencamp as far back as the 80s. Then they sold their daughters to slavery on “” then salted, then strip-mined, then paved the ruins up to now even this very minute. And then we made fun of them for it! “I unironically embrace the bashing of rural Americans,” [Berkeley] Kernion wrote in a now-deleted tweet. “They, as a group, are bad people who have made bad life decisions…and we should shame [them]” Ah, Progress! Now why iz they mad at us? We never did nuttin’.

    And Science™! We have a black hole too large to exist in the universe, a star too old to exist, and a plasma firewall on the edge of our solar system where no wall should be. But when you’re practically perfect in every way, you reject the facts to fit the theory instead of changing the theory to fit uncomfortable facts. …Just like the rest of our society.


    From yesterday.

    Interesting that the money laundering scandal in Sweden hasn’t broken through more in other western media. It is now all the major banks here that are involved, the CEOs of two banks have been forced to resign and a former prime minister, Göran Persson, has stepped in as CEO of one of them. In the show on TV Anders Åslund who works for The Atlantic Council but is only presented as a proffessor of economics says that the worst crime a bank can commit is breaking the US sanctions. I am sure they are corrupt like all other large banks but the way it is all presented gives me bad vibes. Sweden is developing some system to circumvent the sanctions on Iran with a few other EU nations and maybe that would help circumvent Russia sanctions aswell? Could be punishment from the US perhaps.


    • Japan Preparing $120-$230 Billion Stimulus Package As Recession Risks Grow (R.)

    However, the spending could strain the industrial world’s heaviest public debt burden, which tops more than twice the size of Japan’s $5 trillion economy.

    I would think that the elites around the world have been sending their enablers to study and copy this approach of getting richer.
    • At Least 135,000 Children In Britain Will Be Homeless At Christmas (G.)

    Next year, there could be zero homeless children at Xmas.
    There are many elites that know a way to do remove the problem of homeless.
    They have all kinds of enablers that caused the problems. Those same enablers can be used the rectify the situation.

    Questions with no known answers
    What Happened Before the Big Bang?
    By Stephanie Pappas – Live Science Contributor April 17, 2019
    How Can a Star Be Older Than the Universe?
    By David Crookes – All About Space magazine October 19, 2019 Space
    Space Mysteries: If the universe is 13.8 billion years old, how can a star be more than 14 billion years old?


    It is interesting who is spinning the latest leak from Horowitz report due out December 9th. This particular leak is by the Washington Post. So who leaks via the Washington Post? Why yes, the CIA!

    Your leaking guide:
    (CIA = Washington Post)
    (FBI = New York Times)
    (State Dept = CNN)

    Nice CIA twist!

    So Horowitz who is IG for Department of Justice and can only investigate DoJ employees is somehow supposed to be in disagreement with AG Barr because he isn’t investigating the CIA? Really? Not his job!

    I guess it doesn’t really matter because most people are too stupid to notice this slight twist!

    So I wonder who’s turn to leak is up next, to shape the narative? State Dept. or the FBI?


    Do people fear a negative outcome, going to jail, getting punished for lying?
    Do people hope for a positive outcome, riches, power, for lying?

    I swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help me god


    I hope you are not getting bored with me try to find the truth about the Ukraine.
    Here is another point of view.

    Yes, Ukraine Meddled in the 2016 US Election

    Yes, Ukraine Meddled in the 2016 US Election
    December 2, 2019
    By Yasha Levine
    The Grayzone

    Not only did it happen, it was written up as fact by establishment papers and outlets as varied as Yahoo, Politico and The Financial Times,
    reports Yasha Levine.

    I know I’ve written about this before, but I feel like I have to address it again — seeing how just about every impeachment witness has repeated the claim that meddling by Ukrainian government officials did not happen in 2016 and that anyone who says otherwise is spreading toxic Russian propaganda. </strong

    If you read noting else, read the comments

    V. Arnold

    What Happened Before the Big Bang?

    Some of us question “the big bang theory”.
    The late John Dobson, of the Sidewalk Astronomers of San Francisco, was a steady state guy. The universe always has been and always will be…
    The Hindu’s write of this in the Bhagavadgita. The cycles of time running about 800,000 years and called a Kali yuga, if memory serves…
    While the steady state theory is not popular, and dismissed by leading scientists/astrophysicists, I’m just contrarian enough, to think there’s something to the steady state theory…
    Buddhism likewise, hints at this as well.


    “Some of us question “the big bang theory”.”
    To question it, requires studying it and finding unanswered, and or conflicting observations or calculations.

    V. Arnold

    To question it, requires studying it and finding unanswered, and or conflicting observations or calculations.

    Given I’m not a scientists/astrophysicist; I, like most laymen, have to rely on those who are. And even they are conflicted with no consensus regarding the big bang theory. It is, after all a theory, not a fact.
    John Dobson wasn’t alone in his belief of the steady state theory; a number of other cosmologists also ascribe to the steady state theory.
    My basis for agreement is my own lifelong, deep study of the metaphysical which tends toward that reality of the universe(s). And, I should add, my predilection for the obscure…
    Frankly, it’s been years since I engaged in conversation about this fascinating subject; so I’m a wee bit rusty plumbing the depths of my memory hole on this…


    We better put it off. Wrong blog.

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