Our Greatest Threat: Woke, White Liberals

2021 September 22
by bc3b

Woke, white liberals act as if they are compassionate toward minorities  especially blacks and Hispanics. But, are they? Or, are woke, white liberals simply using minorities as pawns to advance a leftist agenda?

Woke, white liberals went nuts when George Floyd died in police custody. They left their gated communities and gentrified neighborhoods to join Black Lives Matter race hucksters to protest the death of a black man who would not have died that day had he not tried to pass a counterfeit $20 bill, resist arrest and swallow lethal drugs.

On the other hand, woke, white liberals are ambivalent toward the slaughter of innocent blacks, especially children, in cities like Chicago. Most weekends 60+ are shot – a dozen fatally in Chicago. Few US cities have more woke, white liberals than Chicago. Yet, they do nothing to improve the situation. Protesting – or even speaking out when an innocent five-year black child is gunned down and mentoring black children doesn’t benefit the leftist movement. There’s no reason to waste virtue signaling on a child whose name no one but family members will remember in a week. Black lives matter when a black death can be used to promote a leftist agenda. Otherwise, not  so much.

Back to Minneapolis. There are far more woke, white liberals in Minneapolis than cities like Detroit, Cleveland and St. Louis. But Minneapolis liberals live in gentrified areas that have relatively little crime. Some woke, white liberal neighborhoods in Minneapolis contract with private policing firms to keep things really safe.

Now comes a survey in which a slight majority (51%) of Minneapolis woke, white liberals want to defund the police, while 75% of blacks oppose it. Minneapolis blacks living in crime-infested areas need police protection far woke, white liberals – another example of woke, white liberals being far more interested in the cause than those they pretend to have compassion for.

The big showdown in Minneapolis, the home of police defunding and the pretext for the wave of BLM race riots, was a referendum using misleading language in the hopes of eliminating the police department.

The story here is about a racial divide over police defunding. And had it been the more traditional kind of racial divide, the media would have been happy to talk about it.

Unfortunately, it’s the wrong kind of racial divide.

Black voters disliked the police department at higher numbers than white voters. (Don’t get the idea that is about actual experiences because black men are more in favor of police than black women are.)

But when asked, “Do you think Minneapolis should or should not reduce the size of its police force?”, 75% of black voters said, “No”.

On the proposal to replace the police department, 47% of black voters opposed the move while 51% of white voters supported it.

Black voters were also more likely to say that crime had increased.

Hat tip: FrontPageMag.com

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PSA: Information Flood Theory, in Action

2021 September 21
by drdog09

I want everyone to pay close attention, there is an exam at the end.

Information Flood Theory
The action by known actors to ‘flood the zone’ with contradictory or meaningless content as redirects from the primary search term(s). Done skillfully it can go undetected by most.

So ladies and gentlemen here is the exercise. Open up a new window on your browser. Use the search engine of your choice and enter the following search terms:


“Singapore cases hit 2021 high”

Pick MSN or Bloomberg. Open it. Do a term search for Singapore of the content. Find anything? Do you find that odd that a page search with a lead term does it self not contain the term?

Flush cookies or switch to a different search engine. Watch closely as you redo the search. Did you notice a quick flash before the page loaded?

Final step. Go here – https://businessmirror.com.ph/2021/09/20/singapore-cases-hit-2021-high-icu-capacity-constraints-noted/

That is the original source document, from Singapore.

Takeaways:

  • Well Google and others are doing their part to bury this. The link is available but it is not the number one listing on the page when I use Qwant or DuckDuckGo. What surprised me is that Google does display the doc prominently on their top info crawler yet it is not the top hit in their SEO feed.
  • If you used the MSN or Bloomberg links, observed the page flash, you did not get the original article. You received a substitute page.

That second point is the critical one. This is not a search engine ‘adjustment’. This a deliberate attempt by a news source to bury a story that they themselves link to and are attempting to prevent their readership from seeing. Generally this would be masked by page after page contra-indictive pages by the search engine such that most people just give up long before they get to the point of recognizing this second observation. I can only assume that because this is an overseas story few would look, hence the information fog was less.

This is the nature of information warfare folks. What they don’t want you to see can be as important as what they do quite openly.

Dangerous Freedom

2021 September 20
by justrand

In a letter to James Madison dated January 30, 1787, Thomas Jefferson included the Latin phrase: “Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem

There are two translations for this: “I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery” and “I prefer the tumult of liberty to the quiet of servitude.”  I’m with Jefferson!

This letter is the one in which Jefferson argues that there are three basic forms of societal existence (1- no government, 2 – popular involvement, 3 – aristocracies/dictatorships).  He finds the middle form, where We the People have a say, to be the most “turbulent”…but still the most preferable.

Hence he would be happy with either translation (“I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery” or “I prefer the tumult of liberty to the quiet of servitude.”).

At the end of this letter, Jefferson pens one his most famous quotes: “I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical.”

The forces of dictatorship (with or without “Happy Faces”) are gaining force and influence around the world, but especially here in America.  They offer “peaceful slavery” and thequiet of servitude”, and way too many are willing to bend the knee in exchange for a little “peace and quiet”.  Here in America our politicians often promise that the reduction or restriction in freedom is “temporary”…so just shut and obey for a while.  It is NEVER temporary.

I’m with Jefferson.  I’m also with Patrick Henry who famously asked:Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?”

No…it’s not.

BJG College Football Week 3

2021 September 18
by bc3b

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Someone was whining last week because there were no USC Song Girls. Now can we visit some other schools?

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Northwestern vs. Duke … Vanderbilt vs. Stanford – don’t you hate it when players can read and write?

TLS: Michigan State @ Miami (FL), Virginia Tech @ West Virginia, Cincinnati @ Indiana, Minnesota @ Colorado, Ball State @ Wyoming, Nevada @ Kansas State, Purdue @ Notre Dame, Florida State @ Wake Forest, Northwestern @ Duke, Mississippi State @ Memphis, Middle Tennessee State @ Texas – San Antonio, , Troy @ Southern Mississippi, UNC Charlotte @ Georgia State, Utah @ San Diego State, Auburn @ Penn State, Virginia @ North Carolina, Stanford @ Vanderbilt, Oklahoma State @ Boise State, Arizona State @ BYU, San Jose State @ Hawaii

Austin: Michigan State @ Miami (FL), Virginia Tech @ West Virginia, Cincinnati @ Indiana, Minnesota @ Colorado, Ball State @ Wyoming, Nevada @ Kansas State, Purdue @ Notre Dame, Florida State @ Wake Forest, Northwestern @ Duke, Mississippi State @ Memphis, Middle Tennessee State @ Texas – San Antonio, Troy @ Southern Mississippi, UNC Charlotte @ Georgia State, Utah @ San Diego State, Auburn @ Penn State, Virginia @ North Carolina, Stanford @ Vanderbilt, Oklahoma State @ Boise State, Arizona State @ BYU, San Jose State @ Hawaii

NorCalJim: Michigan State @ Miami (FL), Virginia Tech @ West Virginia, Cincinnati @ Indiana, Minnesota @ Colorado, Ball State @ Wyoming, Nevada @ Kansas State, Purdue @ Notre Dame, Florida State @ Wake Forest, Northwestern @ Duke, Mississippi State @ Memphis, Middle Tennessee State @ Texas – San Antonio, Troy @ Southern Mississippi, UNC Charlotte @ Georgia State, Utah @ San Diego State, Auburn @ Penn State, Virginia @ North Carolina, Stanford @ Vanderbilt, Oklahoma State @ Boise State, Arizona State @ BYU, San Jose State @ Hawaii

MI Conservative: Michigan State @ Miami (FL), VIRGINIA TECH @ West Virginia, Cincinnati @ INDIANA, MINNESOTA @ Colorado, Ball State @ WYOMING, NEVADA @ Kansas State, Purdue @ NOTRE DAME, FLORIDA STATE @ Wake Forest, NORTHWESTERN @ Duke, Mississippi State @ MEMPHIS, Middle Tennessee State @ TEXAS ANTONIO, TROY @ Southern Mississippi, UNC Charlotte @ GEORGIA STATE, UTAH @ San Diego State, Auburn @ PENN STATE, VIRGINIA @ North Carolina, STANFORD @ Vanderbilt, OKLAHOMA STATE @ Boise State, Arizona State @ BYU, SAN JOSE STATE @ Hawaii

Fight On: Michigan State @ Miami (FL), Virginia Tech @ West Virginia, Cincinnati @ Indiana, Minnesota @ Colorado, Ball State @ Wyoming, Nevada @ Kansas State, Purdue @ Notre Dame, Florida State @ Wake Forest, Northwestern @ Duke, Mississippi State @ Memphis, Middle Tennessee State @ Texas – San Antonio, Troy @ Southern Mississippi, UNC Charlotte @ Georgia State, Utah @ San Diego State, Auburn @ Penn State, Virginia @ North Carolina, Stanford @ Vanderbilt, Oklahoma State @ Boise State, Arizona State @ BYU, San Jose State @ Hawaii

Bc3b: Michigan State @ Miami (FL), Virginia Tech @ West Virginia, Cincinnati @ Indiana, Minnesota @ Colorado, Ball State @ Wyoming, Nevada @ Kansas State, Purdue @ Notre Dame, Florida State @ Wake Forest, Northwestern @ Duke, Mississippi State @ Memphis. Middle Tennessee State @ Texas – San Antonio, Troy @ Southern Mississippi, UNC Charlotte @ Georgia State, Utah @ San Diego State, Auburn @ Penn State, Virginia @ North Carolina, Stanford @ Vanderbilt, Oklahoma State @ Boise State, Arizona State @ BYU, San Jose State @ Hawaii

Is Pelosi Controlling Milley and the Pentagon?

2021 September 16
by bc3b

If you remember the 1964 movie Seven Days in May, it was a preview of General Mark Milley’s insurrection. James Mattoon Scott, a four star general played by Bert Lancaster,  planned a coup to undermine the President, who took a softer stance against the Soviet Union than many generals wanted.

There are only two basic differences: the Lancaster character was in the Air Force and far right; Milley is in the army and far left.

But, by all accounts, Nancy Pelosi was deeply involved in Mark Milley’s treachery. The question is: how much influence does Pelosi have over military leaders, like Milley, and civilian leaders in the Department of Defense to enforce her highly partisan agenda?

If you believe the latest Bob Woodward book, the United States has lost civilian control of its military — unless you count Nancy Pelosi who seems to have been in control of everything since she became speaker in 2019 with the single-minded goal of bringing down Donald Trump.

Everything has gone downhill since, and most dangerously at the Pentagon where a cohort of woke generals fell under Pelosi’s malign spell.

That’s the only way you can ­understand how Gen. Mark Milley could have become so deranged that he cast himself as the hero of a “Seven Days in May”-style fever dream in which only he could save the nation from Trump launching nuclear war with China to stay in office.

It’s an insane scenario, a left-wing equivalent of the most farfetched QAnon conspiracies.

But this is what is claimed in the Woodward book, titled “Peril,” co-authored by Robert Costa. So alarmed was the tightly wound general about what he imagined Trump might do in the weeks before and after last year’s election that he made “secret calls” to his counterpart in China promising to warn him if the president ordered an attack.

A lot of Republicans are demanding that Milley be tried for treason, after The Washington Post published extracts from “Peril” this week. But a lunatic asylum might be more appropriate.

A statement Wednesday from the Pentagon confirmed that Milley had made the calls to Chinese Gen. Li Zuocheng in October and January but denied that they were secret or that he was usurping presidential authority.

Yet Trump says he didn’t know about them, and neither did Chris Miller, the acting defense secretary in January, who told Fox News he “did not and would not ever authorize” the general to make such calls.

It’s clear that Milley, or people authorized by him, leaked details of his delusional derring-do to a number of authors because he is proud of his actions. His lack of shame bodes ill for the country if he remains the nation’s highest-ranking military officer as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

The botched withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan over which he presided was bad enough. What’s next?

The most disturbing part of the Milley story that emerges from at least three accounts of the Trump presidency vying for bookshelf space this fall is Pelosi’s malign ­influence.

Hat tip: New York Post

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Lancaster’s character even has the same pissed-off look as Milley.

Worse than Just an Incompetent Blowhard?

2021 September 15
by bc3b

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Bob Woodward’s new book describes General Milley as a hero who saved the US from Trump, but actually shows him colluding with CIA, NSA, Pelosi and China.

Woodward’s works are often questioned (unless he is writing about Republicans), but the charges deserve a close look (e.g. congressional investigation).

We do know this about Mark Milley:

  • He is a bumbling incompetent (e.g. Afghanistan withdrawal)  who bluffs his way by playing a hard ass
  • We know from Milley’s appearances before Congress and his speeches that he is a good bit left of center and extremely woke. He wants to indoctrinate members of the US military to think and vote like he does. In a recent appearance before a House Committee, he quoted many Democratic talking points – white supremacy, white rage, January 6, etc.

The questions are: how far would he go to grab power and did he act in the manner described in Woodward’s book? If so, he should not only be forced to resign, but also face a court marshal.

Stock up on popcorn and beer (Yuengling if you can get it). This could get interesting. CNN, MSNBC and the rest of the leftist media is already circling the wagons around Milley.

Read more:

https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2021/09/can_we_believe_bob_woodwards_story_about_general_milley.html

https://www.rt.com/usa/534833-milley-book-trump-coup/

One of the articles is from Russia Today, but could it have any less credibility than CNN?