Yep, the USA is turning into a total farce.

Um, if you remember your ancient history, circa 1998 and the Clinton farce it is clear the level of corruption in that Sodom on the Potomac, Washington DC is now reaching Nero and Caligula levels. Nero and Caligula, if you don’t know were the psychos who ended up as Rome’s Caesar and did all kinds of psycho stuff.

Louie Freeh, Clinton’s FBI director gained his chops doing undercover work with the Mob. This means his deception and deceit skills were off the scale of normal people. Further, it is a FACT William Jefferson Clinton requested 900, yes 900, FBI files and Louie the Narc gave them to him. It certainly explains why Newt Gingrich never really moved on Clinton during the impeachment hearings. The reason being Clinton knew about Newt’s, and what kind of a name is Newt?, affair with the choir lady. Livingston, the other Republican, was forced to resign over his little scandal.

We are now in late Roman Republic, early Imperial/Oligarch political models here. And yes, just like dark matter, the most obvious factor explaining why the political leadership has REPEATEDLY ignored the wishes of the American people, is they are being blackmailed by the 900 FBI files now under operational control of the Democratic Party. Les Cesspool for sure.

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THE KEY THING IS SOROS WAS SAYING THIS IN 2012. I SAID WHAT IS NOW GOING ON IS PLANNED BY THE MARXIST ELITE LIKE SOROS. Granted, he was mostly talking about Greece and Europe. Still, Soros has been spending millions to “get” political change in the USA. Soros is a major financial backer of many of the groups seeking to incite a race war in the USA. Soros is the money man; Obama, Sharpton and Jackson are the agitators inciting violence.

The other main story is the military level attack on the Texas police and police station. Apparently, this attack is going to blamed on the “gun crazy, right wing militia.” My point is the level of hatred towards the government is being exploited by all sides for multiple reasons and agenda. The government is intentionally baiting the American people to create a crisis. The social anarchy being intentionally fostered by Marxists, like Obama and Soros, will be used to create the conditions needed to impose martial law. The martial law will be used to impose dictatorship favorable to the American Oligarchy Elite. Create the problem; Provide the Solution and use it to increase elite power. You can be sure a tidal wave of gun control laws are now going to be offered by Democrats. I also find it ironic, in my best conspiracy theory  mode, this attack happens within hours of Texas trying to take back the one billion in gold it deposits with the Federal Reserve. Nah, that is just Doomer Doug conspiracy mode. <G>

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George Soros predicts class war and riots

George Soros, the billionaire investor, has predicted riots on the streets and global class war as the economic downturn results in a new “age of fallibility”.

In an interview ahead of a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, the 81-year-old said that for the first time in his career he was baffled by the current state of the market, and saw no way to avoid a violent crisis which at its worst could result in the total collapse of the financial system.

Known as the “man who broke the Bank of England” after betting against the pound on Black Wednesday in 1992, Mr Soros plans to use his Davos address to issue a stern warning that he now considers it “more likely than not” that Greece will default in 2012. And unless Europe’s leaders do more to stop it, the euro is likely to collapse with a devastating impact on the rest of the world, he will add.

The financier compared the crisis to the collapse of the Soviet empire and the Great Depression, adding that the old belief in the power of the market to prevent turmoil could no longer be relied upon.

He told Newsweek: “The euro must survive because the alternative – a break-up – would cause a meltdown that Europe, the world, can’t afford. I’m not here to cheer you up. The situation is about as serious and difficult as I’ve known in my career. We are facing now a general retrenchment in the developed world.

“The best-case scenario is a deflationary environment. The worst-case scenario is a collapse of the financial system. We need to move from the Age of Reason to the Age of Fallibility in order to have a proper understanding of the problems.”

Warning that violence on the streets was inevitable unless the problems of unemployment and debt were addressed, he warned this could lead to the erosion of civil liberties and installation of a police state.

Asked about the likelihood of riots in the US, he said: “Yes, yes, yes. It will be an excuse for cracking down and using strong arm tactics to maintain law and order which, carried to an extreme, could bring about a repressive political system, a society where individual liberty is much more constrained.”


I predicted a while back one of the methods Marxists have historically used is to collapse the ability of the society to function. One of the key ways to do that is to make law enforcement ineffective and create a sense of crisis requiring a “solution.” The solution will be more Marxism! We are now watching the ongoing social collapse of modern America. I suggest my blog readers grab onto something soon. The tidal wave of Marxist inspired violence is only just getting started.

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Murder Rates Soar In Baltimore As Dejected Police Look The Other Way

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One theory, dubbed the “Ferguson effect”, suggests that police are now less engaged because they fear public scrutiny, prosecution, and, in the worst case scenario, being blamed for inciting the type of social upheaval that led to the riots which left parts of Baltimore in ashes less than two months ago.

A second theory says that if anything, police have become more aggressive, especially as it relates to the use of lethal force. A Washington Post investigation found that police are killing suspects at twice the previous rate in 2015 and The Guardian has now embarked on an ambitious, crowdsourced effort to put a face and a name to every person killed by police in America over the course of this year.

Assessing which theory is correct is difficult, although we would be remiss if we didn’t mention that the so-called ‘Ferguson effect’ relies on anecdotal evidence while the idea that police are killing more people than ever before is simply a matter of statistics. Having said that, The New York Times is out with a new piece which appears to support the notion that, at least in Baltimore, police are scaling back patrols and avoiding high crime areas. Here’s more:

A month and a half after six officers were charged in Mr. Gray’s death, policing has dwindled in some of Baltimore’s most dangerous neighborhoods, and murders have risen to levels not seen in four decades. The totals include a 29-year-old man fatally shot on this drug corner last month. Police union officials say that officers are still coming to work, but that some feel a newfound reluctance and are stepping back, questioning whether they will be prosecuted for actions they take on the job..

At least 55 people, the highest pace since the early 1970s, have been murdered in Baltimore since May 1, when the state’s attorney for the city, Marilyn J. Mosby, announced the criminal charges against the officers. Victims of shootings have included people involved in criminal activity and young children who were simply in the wrong place..

At the time of her announcement, Ms. Mosby’s charges were seen as calming the city. But they enraged the police rank and file, who pulled back. The number of arrests plunged, and the murder rate doubled. The reduced police presence gave criminals space to operate, according to community leaders and some law enforcement officials.

The soaring violence has made Baltimore a battleground for political arguments about whether a backlash against police tactics has led to more killings in big cities like New York, St. Louis and Chicago, and whether “de-policing,” as academics call it, can cause crime to rise..

Still, the speed and severity of the police pullback here appear unlike anything that has happened in other major cities. And rather than a clear test case, Baltimore is a reminder of how complicated policing issues are and how hard it can be to draw solid conclusions from a month or two of crime and police response.

The Times does go on to note that, at least in the case of Baltimore, it’s difficult to determine whether the dramatic increase in violence is attributable to less policing or stems from the fact that thanks to the looting that took place during the riots, there are now nearly 160,000 doses of perscription opiates available for sale on the street which could very well be contributing to a spike in violent crime.

For example, police commanders here attribute the spike in violence in large part to a unique factor: a flood of black-market opiates stolen from 27 pharmacies during looting in April, enough for 175,000 doses now illegally available for sale.

They say drug gangs are now oversupplied with inventory from the looting, resulting in a violent battle for market share from a finite base of potential customers. Gangs sell a single OxyContin dose for $30, twice what they get for a dose of heroin, said Gary Tuggle, a former Baltimore police officer who was the head of the city’s Drug Enforcement Administration office until this month.

For better or worse, one is certainly inclined to believe that law enforcement in America has entered a new era in which every traffic stop, arrest, and detention will be scrutinized and picked apart for evidence of racial profiling, excessive force, or any other perceived betrayal of the public trust.

What that means for public safety remains to be seen. If advocates of the ‘Ferguson effect’ are correct, crime rates could rise as police disengage and scale back their disretionary use of force. On the other hand, some suggest that hightened scrutiny will save innocent lives, increase accountability, and ultimately lead to better policing which will not only decrease crime rates, but help to establish trust between authorities and the public.

In the final analysis, it could be that the entire debate misses the point. As long as the social conditions that plague high crime communities are not addressed, no amount of ‘good’ or ‘bad’ policing can save the country.


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“THEY” START TO GET IT 6-11-2011

It looks like Doomer Doug’s “howling in the wilderness” is starting to get some mainstream media traction. Readers of my blog here are well aware of what the below article is talking about. Doomer Doug has been talking about the Shia/Sunni Middle Eastern Regional War for the last several months. Yep, people actually pay money for the kind of insight Doomer Doug has given readers of this blog.

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— The Middle East crisis that peaked one year ago Wednesday when the Islamic State captured Mosul may result in the breakup of Iraq and an indefinite continuation of a war in Syria that’s already out of control, analysts say.

Yet still worse things could happen.

“The conditions are very much like 1914,” says Michael Stephens of the Royal United Service Institute in London. “All it will take is one little spark, and Iran and Saudi Arabia will go at each other, believing they are fighting a defensive war.”

Hiwa Osman, an Iraqi Kurdish commentator, was even more blunt: “The whole region is braced for the big war, the war that has not yet happened, the Shiite-Sunni war.”

U.S. and foreign experts say the U.S still has not developed a strategy for dealing with the Sunni extremists who now hold more territory Iraq and Syria than one year ago. President Barack Obama on Monday acknowledged that the U.S. strategy in Iraq was a work in progress. “We don’t have, yet, a complete strategy, because it requires commitments on the part of Iraqis as well,” Obama said at the close of the G-7 summit in Germany. “The details are not worked out.”

The experts criticize America’s detachment from the four wars now under way in the region. And they say the Obama administration is banking on Iran to stabilize the region, a very dubious course.

Obama: Iraqi Commitments Needed for ‘Complete’ ISIS Strategy

“We really don’t have a strategy at all. We’re basically playing this day by day,” Robert Gates, a former secretary of defense, told MSNBC last month.

The one conflict where the U.S. has poured money, weapons and military advisers is Iraq, but the outlook after the Sunni city of Ramadi fell to the Sunni extremists is for a long, drawn-out conflict.

John Allen, the former retired Marine Corps general who serves as U.S. envoy to the global coalition fighting the Islamic State, told an audience in Qatar last week that it “will be a long campaign” and defeating its ideology will take “a generation or more.”

Allen laid out five areas for cooperation against the Islamic State – denying “safe haven” to its forces, disrupting the flow of foreign fighters, curbing access to foreign finances, providing humanitarian relief and responding to group’s propaganda.

But he made no mention of addressing the political causes that allowed the Islamic State to take root in Iraq – disaffection by Sunnis with their treatment by the Shiite-led central government.

“IS cannot be ended by Kurds, Shiites, Americans or Iran. It has to be done by Sunni Arabs,” said Osman. “You need to present them with a deal for the day after IS is defeated. And no one has managed to articulate that vision for them,” he said.

Conceivably, that would be a federal system that ends Shiite domination of the security services, but most importantly secures reconciliation with Baathists, members of the party that ruled Iraq under the late dictator Saddam Hussein. Baathists are said to comprise a great many of the top positions in the Islamic State military apparatus.

“I am extremely pessimistic” about the future of Iraq, said Toby Dodge, a leading scholar on Iraq who teaches at the London School of Economics. He said he doubted that Prime Minister Haider al Abadi, “a very decent man, a smart man,” could save Iraq. But “he’s hostage to his own constituency, radical Shiite Islamism. What he needs is to appeal to the disenfranchised Sunnis of the northwest.”

He said an Iraqi civil war “is almost unavoidable.”

Some Iraq scholars argue that the country can be saved. Decentralization of power, reconciliation with Baathists and other concessions that would motivate Sunnis to oust the Islamic State are “feasible, absolutely,” says Kenneth Pollack of the Brookings Institution, a Washington think tank.

But he said the administration is not making the effort.

“I believe it is negligence,” he said. “They continue to insist we can’t want this more than the Iraqis. . . . This is historical nonsense. If you leave it to the Iraqis, they won’t do the right thing even if they want to.”

The other big issue left out of Allen’s presentation was a strategy for Syria, where the Islamic State has its headquarters. Pro-Western rebel forces are willing to fight the Islamic State but insist on also taking on the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad, which has permitted the Islamic State to seize and hold territory, mostly without a fight.

Last week, when Islamic State forces advanced on the country’s biggest city, Aleppo, the regime bombed rebels, not Islamic State forces. In response to rebel pleas, the U.S. mounted one airstrike Sunday against the Islamic State, but it didn’t coordinate it with fighters on the ground. This has raised suspicions that U.S. won’t block the Islamic State from advancing on Aleppo.

“I just don’t think they care,” said Pollack.

What worries scholars and expert observers the most is the seeming U.S. detachment from the region’s wars – in Syria and Iraq, from Yemen, where Saudi forces are bombing pro-Iranian insurgents, and from Libya, where Egypt has mounted airstrikes against Islamic State -linked insurgents.

Everyone agrees that the international system is very different from 1914, when the two competing European alliances went to war. But there are similarities.

That was “a crisis nobody wanted to have. When it came, it would be over in a few months’ time. It would end all wars. Everybody knows what happened,” said Thorbjorn Jagland, a Norwegian politician and secretary general of the Council of Europe, a human rights watchdog body.

“I don’t want to call the leaders today sleepwalkers, but maybe they have entered into a situation that nobody intended or wanted,” he said.

“There are too many actors and too many unknowns. Everyone seems to be stuck in his own way,” said Altay Cengizer, director of policy planning at the Turkish Foreign Ministry. He warned of the dangers of a prolonged crisis. “We are playing with fire,” he said. “You cannot all day long play with fire. A fire will start.”


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I think we are seeing a direct link between certain actions leading to other actions that take us to the next level. Everything now going on in Yemen can be traced back to the ISIS Mosque attack that killed a bunch of Houthi Shia in Saana. This led to the Houthi launching a general offensive south towards aDEN, followed by the former leader fleeing for his life on a speedboat. Within hours of that rout, Saudi Arabia began a bombing campaign that is noted for its utter failure to prevent the Houthi Tribal Militias from openly moving in broad daylight.

Saudi Arabia just sent in a bunch of ARMED TROOPS and stormed the Shia Mosques in Eastern Saudi Arabia. Within hours of that incredibly stupid and brazen open attack on the Shia Mosques, we saw a sea of rage rise up in the Shia living in Saudi Arabia. Next, we saw several equally brazen attacks on Saudi forces and sites inside of Saudi Arabia. And now we have seen a FREAKING SCUD LAUNCH AT A TARGET SAUDI ARABIAN AIRFIELD MILES AWAY FROM THE YEMEN BORDER. It is called escalation. We will see no backing off by either Iran or the Houthi Tribal Militias now. I posted a while back that Iran had given the tribal militias missiles capable of striking 300 miles inside of Saudi Arabia. We now have a situation similar to HAMAS in Gaza launching into Israel between the Iranian proxy and the Saudi Arabian military. Nor should one be impressed with the fact the Patriot missiles “shot down,” the two inbound Scud missiles. The Scud missiles launched were relatively primitiv. I am waiting for Iran to authorize the launch of the “good stuff.”

I am telling you all quite plainly that if Iran’s proxy starts multiple launches at targets up to 300 miles inside of Saudi Arabia the level of conflict is going to skyrocket.

I will also repeat the USA, even under our Moron in Chief Obama, will NEVER ALLOW A DIRECT THREAT TO THE HOUSE OF SAUD TO STAND. We will never allow the House of Saud to collapse. WHATEVER THE USA HAS TO DO TO KEEP THE HOUSE OF SAUD INTACT AND IN CONTROL OF THE OIL, WE WILL DO. And if that means sending in another 500,000 troops to kick ass we are going to do that.

In Major Escalation, Yemen Rebels Fire Scud Missile Into Saudi Arabia

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Just two days after reports indicated that Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi rebels were prepared to participate in UN-brokered peace talks with Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi’s government in exile, clashes on the Saudi border have intensified.

On Friday, the Saudi press agency said it had used Apache helicopters and artillery to repel a Houthi-led advance, killing “dozens” of militants. Four Saudis were also killed.

Meanwhile, Riyadh stepped up airstrikes around the Yemeni capital targeting what the Saudis say were arms depots. The Houthis, however, say the aerial bombardment is inflicting untold civilian casualties, mostly women and children. Here’s Reuters:

Coalition Arab bombings killed around 58 people across Yemen on Wednesday and Thursday, the state news agency Saba, controlled by the Houthis, said.

48 people, most of them women and children, were killed in air strikes on their houses in the Houthi heartland in the rural far north adjoining Saudi Arabia.

The reports could not be independently verified.

On Saturday, Riyadh claimed the Houthis, in concert with forces loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh, fired a scud missile at Saudi Arabia for the first time.

The scud, which apparently targeted the city of Khamis Mushait in southwest Saudi Arabia, was intercepted by two Patriot missiles. “At 2:45am on Saturday morning, the Houthi militias and ousted [president] Ali Abdullah Saleh launched a Scud missile in the direction of Khamees al-Mushait, and praise be to God, the Royal Saudi air defences blocked it with a Patriot missile,” a statement said.

Khamis Mushait is home to the US-desiged and constructed King Khalid Air Force base, from which airstrikes on Houthi positions have been launched throughout the conflict.

Friday’s attack by Abdullah Saleh’s Republican Guard and the Houthis in the Jizan province was billed as the largest “offensive” mounted by the rebels since the onset of hostilities months ago. The fighting reportedly began when rebels fired rockets at Saudi positions and promptly ended when the Saudi army called in air support from Apache gunships.

(a rebel fires on Saudi positions near the border)

Note that this latest escalation comes a month and a half after Saudi Arabia declared a George Bush-style “mission accomplished”-type end to operation Decisive Storm, claiming the ‘coalition’ airstrikes had “successfully eliminated the threat to the security of Saudi Arabia.”

The declaration looks to have been a bit premature.

The Houthis are scheduled to attend peace talks in Geneva on June 14. That is unless the Saudis launch a ground invasion in the interim.


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I predicted back when all this Ferguson, Black Lives Matter stuff started, we would see the results of a coherent Marxist led campaign to destroy America. This is what we are now seeing in city after city. Why would a white policeman or woman make any effort to deal with black violent crime at this point? They know they will be betrayed and abandoned; they know they will face civil lawsuits, formal discipline and likely criminal charges. They know they will be called racist, fascist, oppressive scum. They know the media will gut them like a fish.

Police now understand the new reality in urban policing of minority areas. They now fully understand they will be hung out to dry and sacrificed on the altar of political correctness. It is obvious police are reacting to this new urban police reality by making damn sure they do nothing at all. They are now in full avoidance mode all over the USA. The reason is to avoid all of the above.

The bottom line is we are now seeing a near total collapse in ALL police efforts to control minority crime in urban areas. For instance, Baltimore has undergone a wave of violence since the Freddie Gray incident. This caused riots and six police officers to be criminally charged. Personally, I think the cops made some pretty serious lapses in proper procedure in the transport of Mr. Gray. Still, you can be damn sure, as shown by the significant increase in crime in Baltimore, the police are pulling back and doing the absolute minimum to keep blacks from killing each other. This is a logical police response to the new reality.

The irony of the situation is we will now start to see calls for more police action as the social order implodes in third world cesspools like Baltimore. Yep, we have now ceded full control of our major cities to radical Marxist Democrats. In addition, we have now ceded full control to the entire criminal class operating with impunity in them. The phrase, “Be careful what you wish for,” comes to mind.

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Sunday The Wall Street Journal crunched the numbers on America’s startling new crime wave (after a two-decade decline) and listed 7 cities that have seen noticeable, and sometimes shocking, spikes in murders and other violent crimes. Seven cities were worthy of note. To no one’s surprise, all 7 of those cities are run by Democrats. With the exception of New York City, Democrats have enjoyed one-party rule in these cities for decades. [emphasis is mine]:

Gun violence is up more than 60% compared with this time last year, according to Baltimore police, with 32 shootings over Memorial Day weekend. May has been the most violent month the city has seen in 15 years.

The last Baltimore Republican mayor left office in 1967.

In Milwaukee, homicides were up 180% by May 17 over the same period the previous year. Through April, shootings in St. Louis were up 39%, robberies 43%, and homicides 25%. “Crime is the worst I’ve ever seen it,” said St. Louis Alderman Joe Vacarro at a May 7 City Hall hearing.

Milwaukee’s last Republican mayor left office in 1906.

The last Republican mayor of St, Louis left office in 1949.

Murders in Atlanta were up 32% as of mid-May. Shootings in Chicago had increased 24% and homicides 17%. Shootings and other violent felonies in Los Angeles had spiked by 25%; in New York, murder was up nearly 13%, and gun violence 7%.

Democrat mayors have run Atlanta since 1942.

Chicago hasn’t seen a Republican mayor since 1931.

Rudy Giuliani, the first Republican mayor of New York in nearly 30 years, cleaned up the city. He left office in 2001. The crime spike in that city can be directly connected to Bill de Blasio, who campaigned in 2013 on ending Guiliani’s (and Michael Bloomberg’s) most effective policing techniques.

Those citywide statistics from law-enforcement officials mask even more startling neighborhood-level increases. Shooting incidents are up 500% in an East Harlem [, New York] precinct compared with last year; in a South Central Los Angeles police division, shooting victims are up 100%.

Los Angeles hasn’t seen a Republican mayor in 22 years.

The Wall Street Journal calls this spike in crime “The Ferguson Effect.” After two years of Barack Obama, Eric Holder, Al Sharpton, and the mainstream media waging a relentlessly dishonest hate campaign against law enforcement (starting with the Trayvon Martin lies and leading straight through to the serial lies surrounding Michael Brown), fearing media and political persecution, some law enforcement officers are understandably less proactive and aggressive, while criminals have been emboldened.

The obvious and predictable result is a rise in violent crime that only hurts predominantly poor, black inner-city neighborhoods.

The rise in crime is, of course, all part of the Left’s Cloward-Piven strategy to further empower central government, and the elite few who benefit from it, by stoking despair and fear — which only increases dependence on the same federal government intentionally causing the problem.

The fact that this rise in crime is occurring in 7 out of 7 cities currently run by Democrats is no accident.

If these were all Republican-run cities, you can bet the media would have connected the political dots to this sudden increase in violent crime. The fact that the media has chosen not to, is also no accident.

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