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Sunday, August 7, 2016

Why I Don't Support BLM

So...I imagine that a number of you are a bit surprised regarding some of the stances I've taken.

On outright outrages, I will shoot from the hip, as in Eric Garner's murder. What a lot of people don't know is that Pantaleo had purportedly robbed Garner, and that Garner had reported said robbery...which otherwise explains as to why five officers were required to police one guy selling loosies.

Regarding more complicated issues, I do my research. I'm a writer, but I don't make up shite out of thin air. You'll find the majority of my work is grounded in science and/or common sense.

I'm fervently against BLACK LIVES MATTER.

How is that possible, you may ask?

Do I possess some kind of funky mirror that lets me pretend to be of some other race?


I'm a big Black man, and no amount of intoxicants, booze or whatever else one could imagine can change that; moreover, I like who and what I am. It makes for interesting conversation whenever I blow someone's initial expectations.

Now, having said doesn't explain my disdain for BLM.

First of all, ALL LIVES MATTER.

I believe that I was the first to use the term( it was regarding a principal...still looking for that posting). How would one convince others to put their lives ahead of theirs, when that favor absolutely will not be returned? the image attached.

This shitbag "makes money" moving people against each other like pawns in his perverse game of human chess, caring not one bloody whit about whatever carnage he leaves in his wake.

He lives that Kissinger quote about soldiers being just dumb, stupid animals, and who cares about animals, right?!?

Only people with SOULS.

We don't need a useless race war.

We need to understand that the Hunger Games was just a movie, and not a least, not our blueprint.

He, and all his ilk, ARE THE ENEMY.


When the guilty get away with crime, it only emboldens them to greater crimes.

Not to segue into our upcoming presidential election, but it's important to keep in mind my previous statement.


That's a statement I'll get behind.

Here's some info from an unlikely source:
You can only imagine how pained I am to repost anything by the KrautHammer:
I received an email where Charles Krauthammer supposedly dissected how The Clinton Foundation acts as a money laundering front, and works only to enrich the Clinton family.
According to Krauthammer, this foundation should be illegal and certainly represents a conflict of interest. The Clinton Foundation is “organized crime” at its finest, and we are financing it.
Below is a summary of how the Clinton Foundation works as a tax free international money laundering scheme. It may eventually prove to be the largest political criminal enterprise in U.S. history, and the foundation provides a textbook case on how you hide foreign money sent to you and repackage it to be used for your own purposes. All tax free.
Here’s how it works:
1. You create a separate foreign “charity.” In this case one in Canada.
2. Foreign oligarchs and governments, then donate to this Canadian charity. In this case, over 1,000 did — contributing mega millions. I’m sure they did this out of the goodness of their hearts, and expected nothing in return. (Imagine Putin’s buddies waking up one morning and just deciding to send untold millions to a Canadian charity).
3. The Canadian charity then bundles these separate donations and makes a massive donation to the Clinton Foundation.
4. The Clinton Foundation and the cooperating Canadian charity claim Canadian law prohibits the identification of individual donors.
Oh, by the way, the Canadian “charity” includes as a principal one Frank Giustra. Google him. He is the guy who was central to the formation of Uranium One, the Canadian company that somehow acquired massive U.S. uranium interests and then sold them to an organization controlled by Russia. This transaction required U.S. State Department approval, and guess who was Secretary of State when the approval was granted. As an aside, imagine how former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell feels. That poor schlep is in jail because he and his wife took $165,000 in gifts and loans for doing minor favors for a guy promoting a vitamin company. Not legal but not exactly putting U.S. security risk.
5. The Clinton Foundation then spends some of this money for legitimate good works programs. Experts estimate that The Clinton Foundation has donated no more than 15 percent of the donations to charitable pursuits. Much of the balance goes to enrich the Clinton’s lavish salaries, and lavish lifestyle, particularly travel, and virtually all tax free. In on year alone, the foundation spent over $8 million in travel expenses.
6. The Clinton Foundation, with access to the world’s best accountants, somehow fails to report much of this on their tax filings. They discover these “clerical errors” and begin the process of re-filing 5 years of tax returns.
7. Net result — foreign money, much of it from other countries, goes into the Clinton’s pockets tax free and untraceable back to the original donor. This is the textbook definition of money laundering.
If you’re still not persuaded this was a cleverly structured way to get unidentified foreign money to the Clinton's, ask yourself these questions: Why did these foreign interests funnel money through a Canadian charity? Why not donate directly to the Clinton Foundation? Better yet, why not donate money directly to the people, organizations and countries in need?
This is the essence of money laundering and influence peddling.
Now you know why Hillary’s destruction of 30,000 e-mails was a risk she was willing to take.
Bill and Hillary are devious, unprincipled, dishonest and criminal, and they are Slick! Warning: They could be back in the White House in January 2017. Don’t let it happen. Remember, most people are not well informed. You must inform and educate them.
Trump has stated (and I absolutely agree) that the election will be hacked.

I have a solution.

We can't see the source code...but you know what we can see?
Source code time stamps.

We can simply audit the voting machines for changes in the updates. The updates would all share the same timestamp. That can be posted at every location. If any machine's timestamps deviate from what's posted, that machine should be decertified and replaced. I would even go so far as to have the old voting machines placed on standby.

From Sustainable Pulse:

Local Residents Force Monsanto to Tear Down GMO Seed Plant in Argentina

Monsanto have announced that they will dismantle their half-built multi-million dollar GMO seed plant in Malvinas, Argentina, following protests from local citizens over the past 3 years.
Local Malvinas citizens and GMO Free campaigners from across Argentina forced Monsanto to stop the construction of their GMO seed plant in 2014, through well-coordinated protests at the construction site.
Sources from the head office of Monsanto in Latin America told local Argentinian media that the decision has been made to dismantle the controversial seed plant; the unnamed Monsanto spokesman stated; “The plant was designed to treat 3.5 million hectares of maize, however last year only 2.5 million hectares were sown.” Thus, he stated added “an investment of almost 1500 million makes no sense.”
The Monsanto spokesman also conceded that the local pressure and blockade of the construction site by Malvinas residents and environmentalists had been a factor in the company’s decision.
Several lawsuits have been filed against Monsanto over the illegality of the Malvinas construction permit and the environmental impacts of the project. These lawsuits are ongoing.
Sofia Gatica, one of the leaders of the blockade in Malvinas, told Inf’OGM that “It’s been almost three years that Monsanto has not been able to put a brick or a wire at the construction site… The company is leaving the field but does not yet recognize its defeat in this battle. We talked with those who have to dismantle what remains.
We remain on alert and continue blocking, waiting to see what will happen. We want the site to now be devoted to organic and sustainable agriculture.”
 There's nothing wrong with just saying REAL FOOD.

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