Monday, April 24, 2017
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Via Gates of Vienna, with thanks to Ava Lon's translation and Vlad Tepes' subtitling. 

Revivifying.

 

Fuzzy video, yes, but for musicality and creativity this 1958 clip from The Steve Allen Show  is off the charts. Enjoy.

 

Frans Timmermans, whose recent tweet about embracing "diversity" is above, is the No. 2 man person in the unelected, unaccountable, and very powerful European Commission that controls much in the lives of the 500 million people who live in Europe. He is obsessed with enforcing "diversity" on Europe, even as Europe is dying from it.

"Diversity" for "diversity's" sake -- or something else?

In a 2015 essay documenting the fanatical Islamophilia of Timmermans and his fellow European Union officials, Fjordman quoted Timmermans as saying:

The rise of islamophobia is the one of the biggest challenges in Europe. It is a challenge to our vital values, to the core of who we are. Never has our societies’ capacity for openness, for tolerance, for inclusion been...

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There are compelling moral and political reasons to resist the grandly vacuous memorial to Eisenhower that will one day adjoin the National Mall, none of which even blip on the special radar screens of court history.

The following presidential press conference exchange of July 17, 1957, however, almost takes the cake. The man was unable to mount a defense of free society against a Soviet military apparatchik! I suppose that makes Ike's the perfect presidential memorial to follow FDR's, the president we remember for doing so much to entrench and expand the Soviet Union and centralize and socialize the US government (no, we don't remember him for that but we should). 

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One day, I looked up from my writerly bunker to discover that it was a really new and awful day: The American right wing was suddenly defending "nationalist" "Christian" "populist" "statesman" Putin, that Chiang Kai-shek and Ataturk, all rolled up into one "freely elected" leader, Vladimir Putin.

When, how did that happen? It was all a bit Rip van Winklian in that I felt I had missed some big connecting step. There we were, say, roundabout 2010, watching that very intriguing sleeper cell of undercover Russian intelligence agents rolled up and Obama-sped out of the country -- one of the Russian undercover agents, it was credibly reported, was getting "too close" to Secretary Clinton. In 2012, Obama was telling Medvedev to tell "Vladimir" he would be "more flexible" after his last election ... and now this....

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This is how it's done. Bravo, Rep. Perry for bringing the burning scandal of Skolkovo to the people's attention in the context of longtime Russian efforts against this country as enabled by American traitors, and asking whether transferring cutting edge, dual-use American technology through the Obama-Clinton "reset's" Skolkovo project was, in fact, in the best interests of the United States.

Answer: no -- as seen, for example, in "Hillary Hypersonic Missile Gap."

 

 

The extraordinary Tommy Robinson on the Westminster attacks, the problems with Islam, and what to do about them. 



The following timeline appeared in an "Infobox" in the Los Angeles Times on April 4, 1999.

It is a timeline of what one vector of foreign influence on a presidential election and presidency looks like.

Chung and China

1994

Aug. 2

Chung gives his first $11,000 to the Democratic National Committee at President Clinton's 48th birthday party. He will donate a total of $366,000 to the DNC by the 1996 election.

Dec. 20

Chung squires a Chinese beer maker to meet Clinton at a White House Christmas party, helping to establish Chung's ability to get Chinese access to Clinton. He will make 50 White House visits.

1995

March 11

Chung brings six business associates to the Oval Office for Clinton's weekly radio address.

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More spectrum-Right tweets pushing Russian influence.

a1)  Calling out mass/Islamic immigration, Islamic violence, coercion now makes one a "Russia's line partisan." 



1) "Risks"?? 

 

2) WWSD



3) Why Russia risked all to promote "America First" (as told by a carnival-ready political contortionist):   





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Now at The Daily Caller.

Starting in May 2010, the Washington Examiner reported, drawing on emails obtained by Citizens United, "Clinton Foundation staff pushed Hillary Clinton's State Department to approve a meeting between Bill Clinton and a powerful Russian oligarch as her agency lined up investors for a project under his purview."

His name was Viktor Vekselberg of Renova (a Clinton Foundation donor) and the project under his purview was Skolkovo. The following month, Bill Clinton would receive $500,000 for a speech in Moscow from a Renaissance Capital, a Russian investment bank with ties to the Kremlin, a...

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Task: Marking the messaging.

Subjects: Information warfare; hostile foreign influence; subversion; iron-handed suppression of all of the the above by the US government (some of the very subjects discussed throughout American Betrayal*).

1) Pro-Trump Roger Stone is ramping up "McCarthyism" and "Red-baiting" as "fear-mongering" and "mudslinging."

There may be some tiny chance Stone is ignorant about the McCarthy facts; nevertheless, it seems highly unlikely Stone does not know better,...

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Had an excellent conversation this a.m. with Alexander Marlow on Breitbart Daily News (not that I realized that I had come up with the headline...) about All Things Swamp. 

Here is the write up by John Hayward (audio link, too):

On Wednesday’s Breitbart News Daily journalist Diana West, author of American Betrayal: The Secret Assault on Our Nation’s Character,...

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Breitbart News Daily host Alexander Marlow and I kick around some ideas about why Joseph McCarthy still terrifies the Swamp; what the "deep state" really is, and how President Trump can drain and expose it all with an American Truth Commission. 

 

On with my favorite All-Americas team -- Allan Dos Santos in Brazil and Jeff Nyquist in the USA -- beginning with the bright shiny "wiretapping" the world is chasing even as President Trump is being walled off from key components of his agenda.   

 

If you're anywhere near Fairbanks, Alaska this Saturday, the newsminer.com (The Voice of Interior Alaska) lists the following event for Saturday, March 11:

Book Discussion Group, “The Death of Grown-Up: How America’s Arrested Development is Bringing Down Western Civilization,” by Diana West, hosted by League of Women Voters of the Tanana Valley Book Discussion Group. 10-11:30 a.m., Noel Wien Library, 1215 Cowles St. Free to attend, open to public.

I wish I could be there to hear the conversation!



As noted here, CNN recently "reported" the following:

"Steve Bannon in 2013: Joseph McCarthy was right in crusade against Communist infiltration."

... Bannon made his comments in July 2013 while interviewing conservative pundit Diane [sic] West about her book “American Betrayal: The Secret Assault on Our Nation’s Character.” 

These statements of facts engender hisses, screams, fainting -- but only among media and other fact-proof ideologues. Informed readers will just shake their heads over the hermetically-sealed mindset that kills curiosity and engenders such Pavlovian-prompt reporting. 

As in -- excerpted from American Betrayal, p....

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Believe it or not, CNN has done something no other media have done. They actually found a connection between American Betrayal and Steve Bannon. 

Not that this is hard to do. There is a massive queue of stories about American Betrayal at Breitbart under Bannon's helmsmanship.

These include:

1) A “breaking history” series in five parts that I wrote for Bannon/Breitbart, drawing from American Betrayal's discoveries. 

2) Numerous pieces covering American Betrayal, the controversy (i.e., the disinformation...

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Dear X ---



Are you watching what is going on over here?



So, Trump, just to review a couple of items, plans to expand the grossly deteriorated US nuclear arsenal and restore sovereign US powers that were about to expire completely in a morass of world (i.e., anti-democratic elites) governance — and his overall plans for an American restoration include, of course, restoring US manufacturing.



That, we are supposed to believe, made Trump the clear “choice” of V. Putin and all of his strategists — NOT the Clinton machine, which, just to review one item, enriched itself mightily while advancing Russia’s military/intelligence/cyber capabilities in the Obama/Clinton-Putin creation of “Russia’s Silicon Valley” — Skolkovo. So...

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The AP reports:

MOSCOW  -- Russia on Friday decried the uproar in the United States over Attorney General Jeff Sessions' meetings with the Russian ambassador as a replay of McCarthyism, voicing regret over the lack of any substantive dialogue with Washington....

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov argued that contacts with officials and lawmakers are part of any ambassador's duties. He added that the pressure on Sessions "strongly resembles a witch hunt or the times of McCarthyism, which we thought were long over in the United States as a civilized country."

Repeat after me: "The times of McCarthyism" netted scores of American KGB agents and agents of inflluence covertly embedded in the US government...

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The two best pieces I have seen this week on the Trump adminstration and Russia are Walter Russell Meade's "Trump Isn't Sounding Like a Russian Mole," which opens with a salient point that I wholeheartedly agree with: Donald Trump plans to revamp and expand the US' nuclear arsenal. "Someone someone who was safely in Vladimir Putin’s pocket wouldn’t run around saying things like this."

It goes on from there, and Meade offers Trump-watchers the signal tip-off to watch for that will tell us Trump has gone Russian: If "his foreign policy [starts] looking much more like Barack Obama's." 

The second piece by Jeff Nyquist is a mind-expanding excursion called: "Golitsyn's Methodology and the Trump Administration."

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Thanks to Peter Schweizer, we have a foundational base of information about Skolkovo, "Russia's Silicon Valley," but there is so much more to learn about this dangerous, time-bomb of a legacy of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. That foundational base of information is his report, "From Russia, With Money: Hillary Clinton, The Russian Reset, and Cronyism."

But there is something much worse than the cronyism that Schweizer shows us. Knowingly or unknowingly, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton presided over the modernization and advance of Russian military, including nuclear, and intelligence capabilities. They did this through their "reset" with Russian which included massive technology transfers from the US and wider West through the establishment of the...

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It'll be gone soon.



Now at The Daily Caller

Former FBI special agent John Guandolo has written a strong and sobering essay at his website, UnderstandingTheThreat, called "Unfit for Duty." It argues that two senior Trump administration officials, HR McMaster and Sebastian Gorka, are "catastrophically wrong" in their assessment of Islam as publicly stated and that this is "leading America down a disastrous road towards defeat."

I agree. However, the problem is much, much larger than that.

It is true that the statements (excerpted below) of both men serve to sever the logical, in fact, blatant connections between Islam and what I will call Hot Jihad (terrorism, war) and Cold Jihad (the imposition of Islamic law and customs through migration into Western democracies, also Hot Jihad). Both are components of the age-old design of Islamic conquest. With regard to Sebastian Gorka, a friend and strong supporter of American Betrayal back in the day, it grieves me to have to say so, but I have to say so.

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Across the pond at the Times Literary Supplement, in an essay called "Steve Bannon, Heir to Plato" -- and to the think, the New York Times' exegesis was only called "What Does Steve Bannon Want?" -- the Lenin thang appeared again, as a sharp-eyed reader informed me, in the following line.

This juncture is probably how Bannon, who once compared himself to Lenin, views the 2016 elections. 

Oh, what the heck -- I decided to tweet my little story to the writer, Nicholas Barrett.

Here is how our conversation went:



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Something that should be common knowledge in evaluating the Ron Radosh claim that Steve Bannon said to him, "I am a Leninist" (which Bannon denies) at David Horowitz's November 2013 book party is that Radosh was exposed as a prevaricator and a fraud at Breitbart News in the fall of 2013 under the helmsmanship of Steve Bannon.

For example, I did it here -- but that was nothing next to the highly enjoyable evisceration Vladimir Bukovsky and Pavel Stroilov performed on Radosh and David Horowitz's Frontpage Magazine both here.

It's just something to bear in mind on evaluating sources. The...

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The main reason Donald Trump, one month into his presidency, is surely the most embattled president in US history is not only because he campaigned on an agenda which, if executed, will destroy the corrupt and elitist ancien regime, but also because it will expose it.

It's that simple. The opportunity -- the threat -- is unprecedented and in all probability unique. Only someone as giant as Trump could even attempt to expose it, or  "drain the swamp."

I received a very nice email this month from a 65-year-old man who was just finishing American Betrayal and, as he put it, "seeing the world with very new eyes." 

He wrote:

With Trump's Swamp-Drainer persona riding high, American Betrayal rightly now finds itself at the center of the universe of American discourse, it seems. It might be described as a map of the swamp, even.

A map of the swamp -- I like that. 

American Betrayal is...

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During a "listening session" yesterday on domestic and international human trafficking, President Trump announced that "solving the human trafficking epidemic is a priority" for the Trump administration." 

I want to make it clear today that my administration will focus on ending the absolutely horrific practice of human trafficking. ... It's getting worse and it's happening in the United States in addition to the rest of the world, but it's happening in the United States, which is terrible.  

 It's a very, very terrible problem. It's not talked about enough. People don't know enough about it.  And we're going to talk about it, and we're going to bring it out into the open and hopefully we're going to do a great deal to help prevent some of the horrific -- really horrific -- crimes that are taking place. 

And I can see -- I really can say, in this country, people don't realize how bad it is in this country, but in this country and all over the world.

It is certainly...

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As not everybody knows because most people have no time for such fluff, The Washington Post has unveiled a motto: "Democracy dies in the darkness."

I used to write for a newspaper with a motto -- the late, lamented Dispatch International. Ours was from Thomas Jefferson: “Freedom of the press cannot be limited without being lost. In 2013, Lars Hedegaard, editor in chief, was very nearly was assassinated by a Danish Muslim (who later disappeared into ISIS) for doing his job as a journalist and commentator regarding the limitations Islam and the establishment (I don't how to say "swamp" in Danish) seek to impose on free speech and other matters.

I will still take Thomas Jefferson over a misremembered line from Star Trek 14, but note of the delusional aspect. In the Post's fever dream, it, the Post, is this sleek light-sword slicing the galactic darkness where democracy...

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From Reuters

A Dutch secret service agent who was part of the team responsible for protecting Geert Wilders, the frontrunner in next month's election, has been suspended on suspicion of leaking details to a criminal organization, the secret service said on Wednesday.



Wilders, who campaigns on an anti-Islam platform that includes closing mosques and banning immigration from Muslim countries that has led to the protection, condemned the alleged breach, saying he cannot function without adequate security.

Dutch newspapers De Telegraaf and NRC Handelsblad and the country's national broadcaster NOS identified the suspect as an experienced officer in his mid-30s, using his first name and last initial.

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Now at The American Spectator

Today, Trump White House official Sebastian Gorka is "profiled" -- targeted in a scope, is more like it -- in the Washington Post, which, of course, is owned by Jeff Bezos, as most people seem to know, and whose Amazon Web Services, most people don't seem to know, has developed a $600 million computing cloud for the CIA that serves the 17 agencies making up the "intelligence community." 

I just thought I'd throw that interlocking syngergy out there. By comparison, Bezos bought the whole Post for $250 million, which makes does make it a cheap rag. Naturally, its tone is cheap, too.

I mean, seriously, Post: 

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Now at The Daily Caller

Brave new world without boundaries gets one: Milo has been disinvited from C-PAC after interview clips of him supporting "consenting" sexual relations between adolescents and adults surfaced, as they say.  The question was not about Milo's right to free speech.  The question was whether it was proper for the leading, conservative, movement venue to choose to elevate someone who openly and quite volubly supports pedophilia (notwithstanding Milo's post-puberty stipulation). Such relations with youngsters are still a felony crime, thank goodness; also an abomination to some considerable number of conservatives and, I expect, liberals, too. 

If C-PAC made its decision on the merits, I imagine it came down to a matter of how capacious the meat/potatoes, Solid Joe and decent conservative mainstream is, or ought to be -- and whether the hedonism that passes under the flag of "edgy" is really where its C-PAC helmsmen want that mainstream to flow.

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From Left (above) to Right (below), Washington elites reveal that they what they really oppose is the democratic system that duly and constitutionally elected Donald Trump president of the United States. 

 

 

 

Behold Trump White House adviser Stephen K. Bannon by Nadev Kandar for Time magazine.

Then, behold Obama White House adviser Valerie Jarrett by Nadev Kandar for the New York Times Magazine. 

That's right. It's the same photographer at "work" -- political work, though, not photojournalism. Indeed, what a difference a photographer's raw politics makes. Every trick in the lighting and processing book is on display here. Bannon gets the Lucifer lights; Jarrett gets a Debbie Reynolds glow. 

And not just Jarrett, by the way. Using similar photographic wiles, Kandar created a rather massive "Inauguration Gallery" of "Obama's...

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So I watched. 

Here's where my ears pricked up:

"By 1973 I was in a state of kind of shell shock and sitting on the sidelines..." 

Now, there's another gewgaw for the desk drawer ....

In 1973, the man was deep into his Black Panther period, which ended with the murder of Betty van Patter, whose body would be found in January 1975, causing Horowitz finally to notice, so he claims, that the Panthers were violent actors. This is not exactly "sitting on the sidelines."

Still ahead of him also in 1973 was his June 1974 essay in Ramparts pushing back against Solzhenitysn. Yes, at age 35,...

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It is rare and reviving sight in Washington, DC. to see honor and duty and moral clarity drive a political measure.

I refer to House Resolution 21, recently introduced by the truly honorable Rep. Walter Jones (R-NC) and explained in the video below to call upon the US military to correct the great and terrible wrong it perpetrated on brave and loyal US Marines who came under enemy attack in Afghanistan one day in March nearly ten years ago.

On that day, Marines met an enemy attack with appropriate force and survived. It was the attacks by their own commanders in the aftermath that opened wounds that have not yet healed. For the men of Fox Company and their families, these wounds continue to cause professional and personal setbacks and suffering. Rep. Jones' resolution asks that the military publicly acknowledge the fact that these Marines acted appropriately and without fault in order to restore the reputations stolen from them by irresponsible military commanders, even to this day.

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At a "photo op" on March 26, 2012, President Obama and Russian President Medvedev were finishing a private exchange about NATO missile defense. 

According to the Washington Post's source -- "an ABC News producer, who said she viewed a recording of the discussion made by a Russian camera crew" (now in Siberia?) -- the exchange began before the familiar clip of tape above.  

Obama: "On all these issues, but particularly missile defense, this, this can be solved, but it’s important for him to give me space.” Obama was apparently referring to then-outgoing prime minister/incoming Russian president, Vladi­mir Putin.

Medvedev: “Yeah, I understand. I understand your message about space. Space for you . . .”

Obama: "This is my last election. After my election I have more flexibility." 

Medvedev: "I understand. I will transmit this information to Vladimir."

The POTUS had just assured the Russian leadership that Obama's election season posturing was nothing more than that;...

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In the most nasty way, MSNBC's "Morning Joe" has announced that Kellyanne Conway, a top advisor to President Trump, will not appear on the show again because, co-host Mika Brzezinski said, "she's not credible anymore," 

And so, MSNBC follows CNN into this new and, frankly, terrifying realm of news control pioneered by news controllers -- media figures who have eschewed all pretense at news gathering on behalf of the public for 1) the role of judge and jury on what constitutes "credible" and 2) news censor when it comes to the what the public is permitted to see and hear from the Trump administration. 

How did this all get going? Last week, it was CNN damning...

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Another post for the desk drawer.

On p. 193 of Radical Son, Horowitz mentions an article he wrote about a Moscow/Peking land dispute, which, I find, appeared in Ramparts in June 1969 (key word: Ussuri ). The Black Panther magazine wrote something else on the topic, inspiring Horowitz to go over to the Panther offices, which he had never before visited -- due, he tell us, to his "aversion to the Panthers' violent dogmatism."

Remember: As he has often written, Horowitz didn't "discover" the violent activities of the Black Panthers until after the 1974 murder of Betty Van Patten.

The author of the Pather magazine article turned out to be Bob Avakian,...

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Now at The Daily Caller.

After 15 years of war, billions and billions of dollars in fighting and training, more money than the US spent on the Marshall Plan on nation-building, over 2,000 combat deaths including scores by very our "Afghan allies," tens of thousands of  injuries, including many grievous "dismounted complex blast injuries," another US general has come before the Senate Armed Services Committee to ask for more.

I refer to Gen. John W. Nicholson Jr., who told the committee this week that the war in Afghanistan, where he commands over 13,000 international troops, 8,400 of...

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"Declassification," U.S. government-style. This document is 71 years old.

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Probably more than anything else, “Drain the swamp” was the slogan of the Deplorables in the final days of the 2016 presidential campaign. Candidate Trump introduced the phrase to describe his ethics program in mid-October, but it quickly came to sum up, part battle-cry, part prayer, the anti-Establishment fervor that would carry him to the White House on November 8. 



There is more to “draining the swamp” than pulling the plug on today’s Washington Establishment. There is a vast historical swamp that President Trump must drain also; that murky place where generations of government secrets stay hidden, whether still classified, or declassified but still "redacted" (censored). While the Washington Establishment may draw staying power from keeping its secrets secret, these...

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Dear American Betrayal War Veterans,

The following email exchange offers a rare glimpse into the mental processes. It shows, first, how effective a whispering/disinformation campaign can be short of evidence; then, how devastating evidence can be to a whispering/disappearance campaign.

Note turning point: "I will order Diana's book."

Thanks to both anonymous interlocutors for permission to print their conversation. Special thanks to RRRR for having an open mind.

Sent: Sunday, January 22, 2017 5:40 PM


RRRR

FYI attached link by...

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Steven Gern, a 10 year Marine veteran, was working somewhere in Iraq when President Trump issued his executive order on immigration and refugees, pausing entry into the US from seven Islamic countries including Iraq for a whopping 90 days. 

In a video posted last week to his Facebook page (viewed an incredble 41 million times!), Gern discussed the effect of the EO on "the local population" according to his own Iraqi colleagues. When Gern asked what would happen to him if he, as an American, now went out into town, they told him the locals would "snatch me up and kill me within an hour," probably behead him, and upload the video of the bloodletting to the Internet. Gern underscores the fact that this is not ISIS talking, not Iranian militias, not al Qaeda -- this is what other Iraqis say is the probable reaction of the local Iraqi people. 

Although shocking for people used to Islam-is-peace apologetics, this...

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Like a broken record or agit prop artist, Radosh is again hawking his "fake news" story about Steve Bannon at the Daily Beast.



First, according to Radosh, Bannon announced to Radosh in early 2014 that he, Steve Bannon, was a "Leninist"  and, in response to Radosh's discussion of a pair of February 2014 columns by Thomas Sowell, he (Bannon), wanted to destroy National Review and the Weekly Standard.



After I wrote that this (stupid) conversation was probably not possible because the party in question all but certainly took place in November 2013 (thus Bannon could not be having this conversation with Radosh about February 2014 Sowell columns), and that the discussion, as Bannon told me not long afterward,...

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Now at The American Spectator

The 2016 Democratic candidate for Vice President, Sen. Tim Kaine, said the following this week in an interview:

We are so excited that the American public is energized to speak out against the abuses of this administration. ...

What we've got to do is fight in Congress, fight in the courts, fight in the streets, fight online, fight at the ballot box, and now there's the momentum to be able to do this. 



Fight in the streets?

This is something new and alarming in American politics: a US senator...

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From the editorial page of the Washington Post; from Twitter 

I keep thinking I have come to the ultimate distillation of our political times -- and then there is another.

But surely nothing (?) will exceed this perfect pairing of contempt, this intersection of the Left and the Right in loathing for the 63 million citizens of this country who won 31 states for Donald Trump, making him the 45th President of the United States. 

Here, for all to see, is the pulsing hatred of the "elites" -- coarse and crude though they be  -- not only for The People, but for regular people, who,...

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Now at The American Spectator

President Trump's executive action on immigration is a terrific shock to international socialism, whose sinews, including "free" trade, mass immigration/open borders, Globalism First, have come to undergird the American Way. In such a Marxian system, borders, the nation-state, America First, are not just anathema, they are "reactionary" relics, and effectively defunct. Or supposed to be.   

In other words, no president is ever supposed to not only say but act on the following:

In order to protect Americans, the United States must ensure that those admitted to this country do not bear hostile attitudes toward...

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The movers and shakers of today have little interest in digging for the truth. Who knows what one may come up with? You may start out with the communists, and end up with yourself.



-- Vladimir Bukovsky, Judgement at Moscow, Chapter 1





In 2009, Vladimir Bukovsky delivered a striking speech setting forth his ideas about why it was the West did not win the Cold War. Some of these same ideas served as stepping stones in my own excursions in American Betrayal.



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I don't really know what to do with this stuff as it pops up, except to post it, kind of like an open desk drawer. 



So, to that end, and in brief, two items.



I was watching Horowitz on with Tucker, who introduced him by saying some such: "David Horowitz is someone who knows about Russians. HIs parents were ardent Commnuists who left the Party after learning of Stalin's atrocities."



This is, to be sure, how Horowitz makes it out, writing in Radical Son that on reading about Krushchev's famous speech about some of Stalin's crimes in 1956, "their world collapsed -- along with their will to struggle."



For context, this is eight years after Whittaker Chambers and Elizabeth Bentley first testfied publicly before Congress and Communists seized Czechoslovakia; six years after Alger Hiss was convicted; four...

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So much to talk about -- with a quartet of my favorite hosts!

On Update Brazil with Jeff Nyquist here

On REELtalk with Audrey Russo here

On Secure Freedom Radio with Frank Gaffney here

On Gilmore & Guests with John Gilmore here

 

 

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