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March 12, 2017  FORUM

McCain was no less aware than Clinton that the CIA had a unique service, for a price. Always for a price.  
"We can make it look like anyone you don’t like has a relationship with the Russians."
So Clinton accepted Langley's doctored records of "intercepts" and knowing they were fabrications, repeatedly insinuated collusion between Trump and the Russians. How low can you go?  
McCain was the dirtiest player, already bypassed by history and desperate, probably the second most approachable customer CIA listed. 
Today it's McCain's choice to go as low. Over the months he repeated the false claim that Russians were doing things to him, just enough sanguine protest to make Russian activity sound more genuine. Nothing whatever was happening to anyone.
What in the world has this little twisted man got against things now going forward so well?
Like in 2008 McCain sabotaging a mortgage crisis solution because he wasn't its author. The measure of a small person.

The BRITISH accept blame that absolves all existing agency Americans. Now Langley owes the Brits one, and who knows maybe the Brits owed Langley one, but the slap on the wrist acknowledges the Langley corrupt collusion.
Blame the former president who went out of channels. Naughty, naughty. 

Fair? The dirty skinny little fast talkin' Chicago street gangs alum never said he fights fair!

So there was never any question of the powerful CIA covering its tracks after impersonating a Trump Russian relationship, and selling to both Clinton and McCain the fabricated falsified intercepts establishing it. Russians had no involvement whatever with anyone here. What made it possible was British cooperation and Langley obtaining Obama approval months ago for all agencies to share everything, an HONOR system that conceals the source of anything. THAT sharing should be halted.
Should bring in Maxine Waters to use that big dirty mouth of hers to describe both the recent nominee of her party and lowlife McCain. And both should be relegated by historians to the trash heap of history.

CIA credibility is at rock bottom. No one can clean it like the new director. His loyalty has to be Trump only, and start the cutting. Being so powerful and feared, CIA must not be examined for weapons and plans for undercutting President Trump by anyone other than the new head of intelligence awaiting Senate Confirmation.

Then, since there's no telling who's infected, an intelligence agency that turns bad gets shut down. Clean house at Langley. 

O'Reilly, an opionion-man, is saying they're not all bad. False: The eight years of Obama corruption is everywhere. He spread tacit approval like a pestilence, no telling who's infected or why. 

I trust Julian Assange's facts more than O'Reilly's or WSJ's opinion, which called the wrong man traitor.
They, we, will survive cleaning the slate. 

Intelligence will always speak of a practical imperative for what technology they develop. 
As in every congressional bill, there are two levels, the one on the surface, and then most important, the hidden one underneath benefitting the politician pushing for it.

December 4, 2016


Buffalo Springfield's '67 hit is being played to adult responses as inane as the protestors against last month's election results.

Don't forget, '68 Chicago's protesters, whose only stupid goal was to bring down the whole system, whatever the hell that meant, completely disregarding consequences, killed Humphrey's chances, gave us Nixon who prolonged the war four years.  
A word: lots of film has been played of Nixon and the clowns he surrounded himself with. It was 40 years until I stopped being angry watching film of that guy going through his antics, and no longer felt the body bags and psychological disorders of a whole generation of very, very good kids, on and on while Nixon fucked around paranoiacally, giving careless directives, trying to obstruct justice, with his childish enemies lists, oblivious of the Biblical evil in a policy of killing those poor Vietnamese in order to save them, while every week 500 kids came home in body bags. Only in recent years can I see Nixon outside the context of the war, as the hollow facade, friendless damnably comical fool that he was.  
Protestors with no regard for the consequences of their actions, and the CBS/NBC cameras following them everywhere, put him in there. They did that.

December 4, 2016


Today, we're in the last few weeks under a President who has no respect for the reason we have boundaries, which is to keep opportunists, like himself, out.  
In his first three months in office in '53, Ike sealed off Mexico without asking pretty please of anybody. But Dwight D. Eisenhower of Abilene was a moral man.

Obama's peculiar ideas, that caused this country to totally repudiate his party at the polls, state and national, are in conflict with the complex balances we have. 

Our self-reliant people don't live on handouts. 
Freedom of speech is not conformity; it's undermined by political correctness and lack of integrity of media. Making your dreams come true requires persistence. A stable society is disturbed by injustice generated by his senselessly provocative idea that the color of a defendant's skin justifies sentencing lenience, as his attorney general advocates. This isn't a free-for-all, third world, king of the hill crude pandemonium of a Saul Alinski-design devoted to class struggle, as Obama sees it. Nor is it de Toqueville's 1850s Covington, KY, a sluggish slave mart across the Ohio from bustling free Cincy where "The citizens of the U.S. are responsible for the greatest trust ever confided to a political society.”

Obama's struggle understanding these basics still had far to go.
But Obama is not a moral man. He saw BLM and didn't see murderers, saw boundaries and claimed they're pretense, saw Castro's firing squads and registered nothing.

Many say the sooner he and this country part company, the better. Perhaps in Kenya, where he seems to think he was born, he would fare better, for a while, wherever they do not prize as highly as Americans self-reliance, freedom of speech with integrity, and going to work to make your dreams come true. He claims all immigrants value these the same as Americans. We do not think so.

Asserting that the United States cannot secure our borders, without accepting 12-20 million illegals via a Z-Visa, is nothing but political spin to benefit those politicians who cast the ‘yea’ vote."

"Good walls good neighbors make." This is NOT prejudice. It is in response to overwhelm, sheer numbers.  
At least respect the arithmetic. Stop the guilt trip for saying the dining room is closed, the carcass being devoured by the world's wretched just came back to life, shook off the negligent president, got up and told him that borders are there FOR A REASON, and said, we're not going to be picked clean any more in complete disregard for what Churchill called "The American race" as if it doesn't exist at all. 

Immigrants won't demand jack.  
If they won't show a better comprehension of the word illegal, then it's the hard way. 

We also need to integrate immigrants, rather than ignore the enclaves they tend to create. Some would trash the Constitution in favor of a free-for-all. There's more to life than religion and behaving just like they did in the country they fled. For one thing, train them to go back to the homeland they really love and fix its ills. Ho Chi Minh was educated in Paris, Yamamoto at Harvard.

What do you do with illegal immigrants?
Impound them with benefits, since they're outlaws.  
Train them to be American. Classes in language, social studies, economics, physical work with earnings mostly going to support families, keep boys away from girls and drugs. Practice sessions speaking in civic meetings, preparing to vote, all in English. After a year, it's their choice, to stay as self-reliant citizens without any safety net support, or be returned to their country with coaching how to make life there, which is theirs and they love, better. If they stay, it's four years apprenticeship after which, based on good behavior, the employer sponsor can help successful apprentice get low cost home, land, a start in life. How England successfully colonized America.

The Christian Science Monitor's John Dillin reviewed, in '06, President Eisenhower's decisive action on the border, as the Bush Administration pondered immigration:

Dillin: "In the early 1950s, as many as 3 million illegal migrants had walked and waded northward over a period of several years for jobs in California, Arizona, Texas, and points beyond.
President Eisenhower cut off this illegal traffic. He did it quickly and decisively with only 1,075 United States Border Patrol agents – less than one-tenth of today’s force. The operation is still highly praised among veterans of the Border Patrol.
Profits from illegal labor led to the kind of corruption that apparently worried Eisenhower. Joseph White, a retired 21-year veteran of the Border Patrol, says that in the early 1950s, some senior US officials overseeing immigration enforcement “had friends among the ranchers,” and agents “did not dare” arrest their illegal workers.
Officials with an agenda? Sound familiar? “So there’s nothing new under the sun ” except four very important facts:
1) In the early ’50’s, there were 3 million illegals. Today there’s 12-20 million illegals with a population of 300 million, with more flooding in each day – and they are more determined than ever to encroach, as responsible Americans hold strong for closed borders.
2) In the ’50’s, illegals were not on our welfare rolls, were not stealing our social security numbers, were not flooding our hospitals, were not flooding our schools, were not receive loans for housing, were not hanging our flag upside down with the American flag below Mexico, and they were not protected by Liberals, whether Democrat or Republican.
3) The illegal “vote” did not exist.
4) We had a President determined to close the border and rid the government of corrupt officials.
President Eisenhower cut off this illegal traffic. He did it quickly and decisively with only 1,075 United States Border Patrol agents – less than one-tenth of today’s force. The operation is still highly praised among veterans of the Border Patrol.
Eisenhower appointed a former West Point classmate and veteran of the 101st Airborne, General Joe Swing to head the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). Swing swung into action and almost before the bureaucrats knew what was happening, “entrenched immigration officials” were on their way out of border areas “where their political connections” with influential Senators could no longer impede border safety.
By September, 80,000 had been taken into custody in Texas, and an estimated 500,000 to 700,000 illegals had left the Lone Star State voluntarily.
Mexican nationals were returned by bus or train, deep into Mexico where making it back to the U.S. border was not an easy trip. Tens of thousands…tens of thousands!
Tens of thousands more were put aboard two hired ships…"

According to Dillin, the sea journey was not pleasant. The intimation was that most of these “tens of thousands” would not want to make the same trip again. Perhaps they stayed home in Mexico.

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