Saturday, October 8, 2016

It is time to start thinking what comes next, After Trump is elected. 

It will be a disaster no matter which one is elected.  But the disasters will quite different. There will be problems that don't care which one is in place.  Problems that are built into the system, and problems where the die has been cast irrevocably years ago.
But I am interested in the ones that will come possibly as early as the morning after the election.
President Obama and the Establishment cabal of which Hillary is the heir apparent have been setting us up for a number of different wars. Not all of them are external.

1) Race - For the last eight years President Obama. Racial relations have taken a disasterous turn, reversing all the gains in racial harmony of the sixties and seventies. Whether it was by design, which I believe it was, or by accident; it will not miraculously heal when Obama leaves. For all the talk of police attacking blacks,  the truth is that black crime and, especially, murder and mayhem is a real thing. Many of them are at war with white America as well. Trump's election will exacerbate their violence. Probably with almost instantaneous riots.

2) Financial - The Clintons, the Bushes, and Obama were wholly owned representatives of certain "too big to fail" international banking houses. The banks have been playing imaginary money games with us for more than 50 years. The Government has run interference for them because they too benefited from the arrangement. During the Obama terms, they, having escaped punishment for the part excesses, continued to play the risky derivatives games.  Whether by design or unintentionally, this system collapse is inevitable. In 2008, the collapse actually started when Obama became the Democrat nominee. This time the trap is larger and loaded. They will spring it and blame Trump. You might says the threat is "Trumped up". Here is their opportunity to break out of the quagmire and blame someone else. I am not saying that Hillary could avoid it. No one can. The bubble is blown. It will pop. It becomes a question of sooner? Or later? It will only be bigger later. It is probable that the banks will engineer a crash to punish us as they are attempting to do to Britain for Brexxit.  What we do know is the the Mainstream Media will 'blame the innocent' and protect the real criminals who just happen to own them.

3) Immigration. - The last administrations have let a torrent of unvetted, illegal, immigrants into this county with attempt to bring them into mainstream American values. The resulting Balkanization already is destroying the American standard-of-living. Those jobs that have not been shipped overseas have instead been attacked by non-chattel slave wages. The Democrats are using them to block-bust American communities and voting. The RINOs (or Washington-centric Republicans) want them to suppress wages. The only people who do not want them is the Americans who have to live in the lawless mess they create, as illegal is not merely how they get here. It is their way of life. And that is without even considering the unique problems of those of MidEastern descent. The day after a Trump election we can expect the Community Agitators to whip these people into a frenzy replete with violence, and for three month a mad scramble to rush our Southern border ahead of the inauguration.

 4) China - China has been militarizing for a while, accelerating in the last five years undoing the relationship improvements that occurred under Carter, and Reagan and the first Bush. Bill Clinton in return for contributions allowed them both legally and illegally to obtain technology for the aiming and control of Inter Continental Ballistic Missiles. While at the same time, we have been purchasing virtually everything we buy from them with ever more worthless currency. You know how you feel about losing a $20 bill, multiply that be trillions! When the bankers exact their revenge on us for putting Trump in, the least we can expect is for the Chinese to cease selling to us except payable in gold. The most? Armed conflict.

5) Russia. Despite the people's rising up against and stopping President Obama's first attempt to depose Bashar al Assad's Russian supported regime in Syria, we are involved in the war against the Russian supported dictator. The Obama administration has been maneuvering us toward armed conflict with Russia in Syria for some time. They have even been deluging us with propaganda about it. President Obama will have 3 months to saddle the incoming President with a war openly against Russia that could be a one-way street to nuclear war. Obama has nothing to lose.

6) Iran and Saudi Arabia - Obama has been packing our nation deliberately with hundreds of thousands of Muslims who have no plans to assimilate to the American culture and political system. In fact, there continue to be Muslims who randomly commit acts of violence not against those in charge but against ordinary people going about their lives. Trump has promised to do something about that. Their time to take action against us will again be (just like Sept 11, 2001) before the administration has itself in order. Expect violence here also. The barbarians are within our gates.

7) Korea. - a definite wild Card. But not Trump specific, other than just opportunistic exploitation of the other turmoil.

None of this is to say that we would be better off with Hillary, the Queen of All Liars and Swindlers. 
The very most we could get from Hillary is a temporary reprieve during which time the problems grow inexorably larger and more devastating. We can pay the price of the Elite's games now, or later when it is more massive. But pay we will. So when do we pay the piper? 
The very least we will get from Hillary is a Supreme Court that overturns the Constitutional restrictions on Government usurping powers the Government was not supposed to have. There will be tortuously worded decisions that chip away at the Bill of Rights until there are none at all. This effectively makes this election our very last chance to reassert 'We, the People's', dominance over our government. 

Monday, August 22, 2016

Our feelings about immigration are greatly colored by where we live. It is easy to see why a person living in Fairbault, Minnesota would not be concerned about immigration, while a person living in Dearborn, Michigan or even Gwinnett County, Georgia might be overwhelmed by it.
Here is a list of Mosques and Masjids in Gwinnett County Georgia.
It does not include those just across the line in Dekalb County even though several of them are literally withing stoning distance of Gwinnett County. Some of them have congregations of hundreds that can be observed milling around their parking lots on Friday afternoons. 

1 Masjid Daar Al Tawheed 1645 Pirkle Road Lawrenceville, ga 30093
2 Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam 6113 Oakbrook Pkwy Norcross, GA 30093
3 AL-FALAH ACADEMY 4805 Lawrenceville Highway, Suit 220 Lilburn, GA 30047
4 Al-Furquan Academy 568 N. Norcross-Tucker Rd.  Norcross. GA 30071
5 AL-MADINAH MASJID OF NORTH ATLANTA  5950 Goshen Springs Rd Norcross, GA 30071
6 Al-rasol Mosque and Islamic Center 476 Hillcrest Rd NW,  Lilburn, GA 30047
7 Baitul Baqi Mosque 6187 Oakbrook Pkwy Duluth, GA 30096
8 City of Knowledge Islamic School 4800 Lawrenceville Highway Lilburn, GA 30047
9 Community of Bosniaks 950 Grayson Hwy Lawrenceville, GA 30046
10 Darul Huda Majid 2755  Centerville Hwy. Snellville, GA
11 Faizan-e-Madina  4800 Lawrenceville Highway Lilburn, GA 30047
12 G.I.E.F school 1670 Oakbrook Dr Suite 330 Norcross, GA 30093
13 Georgia Islamic Institute 177 Simonton Rd SW   Lawrenceville, GA 30046
14 IQRA Academy 2329 Lawrenceville Highway, Bldg. B1 Lawrenceville, GA 30044
15 Islamic Circle of North America 5265 Jimmy Carter Blvd Norcross, GA 3009
16 Ismaili Center 3025 Old Norcross Rd #100 Duluth, GA 30096
17 Madani Masjid 3455 Greenview Dr NW Lawrenceville, GA 30044
18 Madina Institute and Masjid 3580 Sweetwater Rd, Duluth, GA 30096
19 Majid Darul Huda   2755 Centerville Hwy Snellville, GA
20 Masgid Madani  3455 3455 Greenview Dr NW, Lawrenceville, GA 30044
21 Masjid Abdullah Dickens Rd NW Lilburn, GA 30047
22 Masjid Darus Salam LLC 3122 Cruse Rd Lawrenceville, GA 30044-3232
23 Masjid Maryam - Islamic Center of Duluth 3650 Savannah Pl Dr Duluth, GA 30096
24 Masjid Momneen 884 Harbins Rd NW Lilburn, GA 30471
25 Masjid Omar Bin Abdul Aziz 955 Harbins Road Lilburn, GA 30047
26 Mosque - under construction 695 Beaver Ruin Lilburn, GA 30047
27 Musallah Mosque 50 Old Peachtree Rd. Suwanee, GA 30024
28 Nasfat of Georgia 432 Dogwood Lane Lilburn, GA 30047
30 Saudi Students House 6191 Atlantic Blvd, Norcross, GA 30071
31 The Islamic Homeschool of Atlanta 788 Hillcrest Rd Lilburn, GA 30047
29 Unnamed Magid  (as yet)  669 Beaver Ruin Lilburn, GA 30047
32 Unnamed Mosque (as yet) 192 Arcado Rd Lilburn, GA 30047

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Interesting Finds: What's the difference between Narcissism and Solip...

Interesting Finds: What's the difference between Narcissism and Solip...:

What's the difference between Narcissism and Solipsism?

Narcissism is a type of personality disorder. Narcissists not only have a high opinion of themselves, but they have an obsessive need to have other people affirm this superiority, and as a result they engage in a lot of attention-seeking behavior.

Solipsism is a legitimate philosophical position...just not a very popular one. Much like people don't want to admit universal skepticism—the idea that no knowledge of any kind is possible—no one wants to say that he is the only real person in the universe. So it usually regarded as a dead-end that means you have made a mistake somewhere if your argument leads to solipsism.

Nevertheless, solipsism as such says nothing about how you will behave or treat other people. Even if you regard all other people as some sort of illusion or creation of your own mind, you might treat them very nicely. After all, you observe that being nice to these phantoms tends to bring about good results for you. (That is just an example; it's not to say that egoism—the belief that the good is what benefits oneself—must be a consequence of solipsism.)

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

On Trump

 I did not vote for Trump in the primaries, but Triple A makes a strong case -
Lets' check out The Trumpster's presidential referrals... -  by Triple A
The Obama is against Trump... Check
The Media is against Trump... Check
The establishment Democrats are against Trump... Check
The establishment Republicans Are against Trump... Check
The Pope is against Trump... Check
The UN is against Trump... Check
The EU is against Trump... Check
China is against Trump... Check 
Mexico is against Trump... Check
Hateful, Racist, Violent Liberals against Trump... Check
Best qualifications Ever!!
Bonus points!!
Cher says she will leave the country...
Cyrus says she will leave the country...
Whoopi says she will leave the country...
Rosie says she will leave the country...
Sharpton says he will leave the country...
My Vote for Trump... Check

This is not and never has been a Democracy. We are a Republic. This is a nation built on a contract between the Government and the people. The people that tell us we have elected them violate that contract routinely and more-and-more with impunity. The Democrat and Republican establishments attempts to thwart the voice of the people is just another example of that .
The Founders of this nation feared Democracy, for the will of the people is fickle and unpredictable; but more than that it is arbitrary and without analytical forethought.
You would not play chess with rules subject to the whims of expediency. You would not play Monopoly® with a Banker that cheats. Why do we play real life this way?
Apparently, the American population has been well trained to seek rulers rather than managers. And that desire draws people seeking power and wealth. I have long said that anyone who wants these elected offices should not be trusted with them.

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Power and Wealth

In a Capitalist system, the Rich use their wealth to seek power.
 Evidence: Donald Trump.

In a Socialist system, the powerful use their power to become rich.
  Evidence: Hillary Clinton, Harry Reid,  and Nancy Pelosi.

Friday, July 17, 2015

The little Red Hen
Once upon a time, 
an Italian mouse, a Spanish cat, a Greek pig, and a little red German Langshan hen lived 
on an old farm on a flowery hill surrounded by fields of golden wheat. One day, the Little Red Hen found some grains of wheat scattered in the barnyard. "Look, look at what I've found!" she said to the other animals. "Who would like a hot fresh loaf of bread?”
“Oh, I would!” said the mouse.
“Oh, I would!” said el Gato.
“Oh, I would!” said the pig.
And then, they all laid down to take a short siesta only to be awokened by the little red hen who was still very excited about the thought of a hot baked fresh loaf of bread.
“Great!” said the Little Red Hen "Who will help me plant these grains of wheat?"
"Oh no, Not I!" said the mouse, "this is a Saint’s day, Saint Irving, I can’t work on a Saint’s day".
"Oh no, Not I!" said the cat, "Mayor Vitoria in Valencia has declared 2 to 5 p.m. as the official time for the city’s residents to take their afternoon siestas".
"Oh no, Not I!" said the pig, "I’m 52. I’ve retired. Please pass the Ouzo".
"Fine, then I'll do it myself," said the Little Red Hen. And so she did. She dug some holes and carefully planted each seed. She also placed a wooden stake in the ground with a picture of a loaf of bread attached to each one. The Little Red Hen also knew that the seeds would need water to grow tall and strong and once again ran to the barn yard and asked for help. "Who will help me water these seeds?" asked the Little Red Hen.
"Not I!" said the mouse, "Today is the Feist of Saint Shirley of Padua".
"Not I!" said the cat, "Manaña".
"Not I!" said the pig, "the seeds don't need water, besides, it isn’t environmentally responsible. Global warming or cooling or whatever it is this time. You can't deny that!"
"Then I'll do it myself," said the Little Red Hen. And so she did. The Little Red Hen watered the soil and waited patiently for the wheat to grow. When the wheat was tall and golden, she knew it was ready to be cut. "Who will help me harvest the wheat?" asked the Little Red Hen.
 "Not I!" said the mouse, "the drivers are on strike and I have to observe their protest".
"Not I!" said the cat, " who simply rolled over and went back to his siesta".
"Not I!" said the pig, “please pass me another Ouzo”.
"Then I'll do it myself," said the Little Red Hen. And so she did. The Little Red Hen's basket was soon filled with wheat. "Who will help me take the wheat to the mill to be ground into flour?" asked the Little Red Hen.
"Not I!" said the mouse, "I put all my money in the collection plate at Mass".
"Not I!" said the cat, "You are just too bossy".
At this point, The Little Red Hen couldn't even find the pig to ask him.
"Alrighty then, I'll do it myself," said the Little Red Hen. And so she did. The kind miller had seen all the work she had done so far and gladly ground the wheat into powdery, velvety flour, and didn't even charge her. The Little Red Hen thanked the miller and then carried it home in a rough brown sack. "Who will help me make this flour into bread?" timidly asked the Little Red Hen.

"Not I!" said the mouse, "I must go to the parade honoring the feast of the Immaculate Contraption ".
"Not I!" said the cat, "Es muy caliente".
"Not I!" said the pig, "the banker will probably bring me some more food, he has plenty, I'll just wait".
"Then I'll do it myself," said the Little Red Hen. And so she did. The Little Red Hen mixed the flour into sticky dough and kneaded it into a smooth loaf. "Who will help me chop some wood, start a fire, and put this bread into the oven to bake?" asked the Little Red Hen.
This time, not the mouse, not the cat, nor the pig even responded. The Little Red Hen saw them huddled together on the other side of the barn yard laughing and pointing in her direction. She thought that yes, maybe they were right. Maybe this whole idea was a bad idea. Perhaps, she should just forget about making a loaf of bread and just go join them and laugh at her idea too.
But, she didn't.
"Then I'll do it myself," said the Little Red Hen. And so she did. Soon the kitchen was filled with the delicious scent of baking bread and the smell drifted across the barn yard. The other animals came to see what was happening and watched as The Little Red Hen took the warm, crusty loaf out of the oven, and set it on the table. She saw the mouse, the cat, and the pig with eyes wide open staring in through the window. "Who will help me eat this fresh, tasty bread?" asked the Little Red Hen.
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"I will!" said the mouse as he jumped through the window and sat down at the table.
"I will!" said the cat as she jumped through the window and sat down at the table.
"I will!" said the pig as he jumped through the window and sat down at the table.
"Oh no you will NOT!," said the Little Red Hen. "You didn't help me plant it, or water it, or harvest it, or mill it, or bake it. I have invited the miller to come over and help me eat it" And so she and the miller did just that.

At this point. the pig  threw a tantrum and stomped around the barnyard destroying things and overturning the farmer's car.
But here is where the story turns to Fiction
The very next time the Little Red Hen found some grains of wheat, she didn't even have to ask for help. The mouse planted it in the rich, brown soil, the cat watered it carefully every day, and the pig harvested the wheat when it had grown tall and strong. When the dough was baked, together the animals sat down and ate the fresh, warm bread. It was delicious! While they were eating the bread, the other animals listened intently to The Little Red Hen's new idea and looked carefully at her plan. Later that day, they all visited the miller who also became excited about selling their wonderful loaves of bread.
The truth is that next time they did the very same thing but used the power of the press to make the starvation the fault of the little red state hen.

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Politicians lie the most to the people who most support them, there being no need to curry favor with their enemies.

Friday, January 10, 2014

As I look at the earnest smiling face of a young man who went to the same college as I and read his words, I am astounded by the naiveté that he and my classmates have about the nature of government. They believe that somehow having the appropriate person steering the crushing power of the Federal Government and it myriad of laws, life is suddenly.better. In their case, it is Obama and the Democrats. It could just as easily have been what passes for Republican in today's world. They believe that they are the beneficiaries of the government if only he is captaining that ship.
The Ship of State is incapable of being steered. It is coursing full speed at a shoal of rocks and only unstoking the engine of bureaucracy of  its fuel of laws will slow it down. That is done in Congress and the Senate, not the Presidency.
Those rocks? Those rocks include the boulders of  the collapse of our currency under an overburden of debt, the destruction of the middle class,  the end of what manufacturing is left in the US, and being sunk by a tidal wave of ever more inexpensive labor. These boulders on shore are surrounded by the rip-rap of the end of our medical system, further diminishment of racial harmony, a loss of domestic tranquility, further loss of freedoms, and perhaps even national sovereignty. And ultimately even starvation. Needless to say (and to continue the metaphor) there are those moonrakers, domestic and foreign, who greedily await our nation running aground to pick up the spoils.
Pete, Dianne, Dave, Felicia, Warner, and the rest somehow do not recognize that they also will be throw over the side to drown, not merely Republicans. They do not have some special life jacket because they believe. We will sink or swim while carrying the dead weight burden of our government. And with any karma at all, the ones who have riding on the backs of others will the be first to drown.

Please, take back control of our language: 

Those people in Washington and on TV are not Liberals, 
they are Progressives. People have been brainwashed by the TV to believe that government control of everything, and government robbing Peter to buy Paul's vote is liberal.  Whether they are for that or against that, they both have bought the TV dialog. Liberal was about Liberty and Freedom for the individual, the end of the slavery and serfdom that marked most of mankind's existence; not about making us slaves of the commons. Progressives are hiding behind that term "Liberal". Drag them out into the open - 
They are Progressives, and where they are progressing us to is particularly ugly.

Rule from the Shadows - The Psychology of Power - Part 1

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Written while enduring an unusually cold spell. 49 of the 50 US states are experiencing freezing weather. Many of them setting records not just for the date, but since records were kept. Current temperature here in Georgia 7°F - not a record low, but cold as  ####.
A religion does not need to be proved by science or even observation. Credo, "I Believe". The belief alone is enough to sustain the belief system.

Global Warming does not require facts or consistency for its believers to be certain of its existence or to condemn non-believers.  In fact, even contra-indication is proof of its existence. It is a religion.

THEREFORE: Any official Government action is support of the belief in Global Warming is a de facto Government support of religion, and a violation of the First Amendment of the United States Constitution's "Establishment Clause" prohibition against an official religion.

Sunday, December 29, 2013

Stay in Line


I have learned something of my roots in libertarianism:
Looking back over all my interactions with Government, it appears that at all levels from the lowest county office to the highest Federal one,

All Government is about putting people in lines.

Monday, December 16, 2013

It's Not "If;" It's "When"

By Jeff Thomas /  December 16, 2013
Cicero had it right when he described the Sword of Damocles.
To be the leader of a country is like having a sword constantly dangling over your head from a single horse hair. You never know if or when the sword is going to cause your demise, but you know that the danger is ever-present.
That is just as true today as it was in Cicero's time, but the modern-day Sword of Damocles hangs over the heads of not just the world's leaders. It hangs over the heads of the populations as well.
If we rely on the conventional media for our interpretation of world economic and political conditions, we may well be scratching our heads continuously as to what needs to be done to "save" the situation.
Whether the discussion is over the debts of nations, the likelihood of war, or the increase in the loss of rights, the governments of much of the world are heading in a similar direction.
And that direction is not a positive one.
However, the pundits in the media offer a wide variety of solutions for the problems being discussed.
The solution to national debt is either to expand monetisation or to back off on it, depending upon who is speaking at the moment. Whether debt monetisation is the right thing to do in the first place is rarely discussed.
The solution to the Middle East problem is either to arm the rebels or send in the military.
The solution to domestic terrorism is either to build up the power of the various authorities, or to pass more dramatic laws restricting basic freedoms.
And so, we are to be forgiven if we imagine that the solution to such problems lies in whether we choose one destructive approach or another.
Truth be told, the most difficult assessment for us to make is that we should sit very far back from the rhetoric and ask ourselves, "Is a solution even possible at this point, or have the powers-that–be gone past the point of no return?"
Here's why the problems won't be solved:
As regards the debt of the most prominent countries of the world, the point of no return has certainly been reached by most.
Historically, once the present level of debt has been reached, no amount of monetisation will save the economy. It may be possible to give the addict yet another injection of heroin to stave off the immediate withdrawal symptoms, but at some point, it becomes necessary to go cold turkey.
It may be a very painful thing to do, but it truly is the only solution. A country cannot reach solvency through increased debt.
However, political leaders are loath to go cold turkey. To do so is to cut the horse hair that holds the sword hanging above their careers. Better to push the situation further into ruin, if it can buy a little more time.
As regards the rapid deterioration into police states that is occurring in so many countries, no amount of discussion by the pundits in the media will reverse the present destruction of basic rights. After all, the decision is not in their hands. It is in the hands of congresses, parliaments, presidents, and prime ministers.
They know that, very soon, the façade of "economic recovery" will come tumbling down, and they have no intention of allowing the populace to have the basic freedom of removing them from power, once the veil has been removed from the lie that a solution is in the works.
Political leaders, whose hold over power is in danger, will always do whatever is necessary to retain that power.
As regards warfare, it is interesting that none of the pundits who discuss the subject in the media ever raise the question, "How can a country that is facing bankruptcy possibly fund a war—traditionally the most expensive undertaking for any country in any era?"
Yet, throughout history, political leaders have often used warfare as a distraction when a government has reached the tipping point economically. As Hermann Goering said,
"The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked, and denounce the peacemakers for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same in any country."
The disconnect here seems to be that the populace seems to believe that the governments of the West sincerely hope to avoid war, so the discussion in the media revolves around what can be done to that end.
However, far from seeking peace, the governments of the day consciously seek to create war. After all, a populace that is otherwise unhappy with its government tends to toe the line if the country is at war. Further, the government has a greater ability to silence domestic detractors in time of war.
Thus, the ability to hold power is assured. A state of war is the single most effective tool in silencing dissent in any country.
In considering all of the above, not only as a present-day anomaly, but as a recurrent theme throughout history, any discussion of "if" there will be an economic collapse, "if" there will be an increase in the loss of basic freedoms, "if" there will be a ramping up of warfare, becomes a non-starter. It is a question of "when."
Of course, in spite of this, there will be those individuals who will say, "I like to be positive. I'm going to hope for the best."
But, in truth, this is not positive thinking at all. If we see the truth before our eyes and then cover our eyes in order to be positive, we are merely delving into self-deception.
Positive thinking begins with truth. Once we accept what is true, we may then be as positive or as negative as we wish regarding what that truth means to us.
If we are faced with the fact that much of the world is, once again, passing through the classic cycle of economic decline / removal of rights / distraction of war, we can either shut our eyes to that fact and hope for the best, or we can open our eyes and recognise that the one choice left to us is to try to step aside of coming events.
As Benjamin Ola Akande wrote, "Hope is not a strategy."
If we recognise that the sword of Damocles is indeed hovering above our own heads, we would be unwise to continue to sit below it and ponder whether the horse hair may break.
Instead, we should understand that our very first move should be to put some physical distance between ourselves and the potential harm that unquestionably hangs over us.