Not doing so well, especially the ones who were sexually assaulted in the military.8:25 pm on August 22, 2017 Email Laurence M. Vance
In July, the Democrat National Committee raised $3.8 million, a paltry sum when compared with the RNC’s staggering $10.2 million.
But the Left’s smart money isn’t going to the decrepit DNC. It’s going to the super-rich SPLC – the fomenter-of-hate group – with George Clooney and Apple raising millions in tax-deductible “donations” for the radical socialist group that opposes Catholic, pro-family, and pro-life groups as well as free-market and anti-terrorist advocates.
Curiously, SPLC shares the KKK’s pro-abortion, anti-Catholic hatred, but that doesn’t matter. Because asking about that is a forbidden question.3:36 pm on August 22, 2017
After the eclipse, access to major roadways should have been priced according to highway capacity and demand:
3:12 pm on August 22, 2017
[W]ere there market-based, controlled access to the major roadways, access in the first hour after the eclipse could have been priced very high, and would therefore have limited access to those who really wanted to leave as soon as possible. It may even be that a toll of, say, fifty dollars may have been sufficient to convince many thousands of travelers to wait an hour or two before departing. Rather than spend fifty dollars, many might have elected to simply play card games for an hour, visit local shopping areas, or have a meal in town. (In Scottsbluff, Nebraska, where I took in the eclipse, restaurants and shops were hardly overflowing with people.)
An hour after the eclipse ended, the highways could then have been opened up to travelers willing to pay, say, thirty dollars to get on highways. At this point, more travelers would be willing to pay the toll, and would have departed at that time.
As it actually played out, many travelers simply rushed to crowd onto the highways in the hopes of “beating the traffic” since access was equally “free” for everyone, and distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Except what we ended up with was far worse than a “first-come, first-served” situation since access to the highways wasn’t closed once the highways were at full capacity. The highways remained upon even after reaching capacity, meaning that, in many areas, traffic came to a complete standstill.
Risk premiums determined in an unhampered market align the interests of savers and investors. When central banks interfere with this, trouble results. Thorsten Polleit explains:
Central banks have thus not only artificially reduced interest rates by lowering credit costs, they have also artificially reduced risk premiums by (explicitly or implicitly) signaling to the financial markets that they are prepared to basically ‘do whatever it takes’ to prevent another meltdown as witnessed in 2008/2009. The consequence is that financial markets and economies depend on central bank action more than ever before.
There is no easy way out of this situation. If interest rates go up — be it through rate hikes or the elimination of the ‘safety net’ — the current recovery will most likely come to a halt, if it does not turn into a bust straight away: With higher interest rates, the economic structure, built on artificially low interest rates, would run into serious trouble. The idea of central banks ‘normalizing’ interest rates without output losses or even a recession appears illusionary at best.
10:39 am on August 22, 2017 Email Ryan McMaken
From a friend:
“Most of our forces in Afghanistan reside on bases totally supplied with generated electricity. It costs $40 per gallon for US taxpayers to provide diesel fuel necessary to power our military installations. In order to maintain volunteer military stationed in Middle East, US provides food to troops such as prime rib, lobster, etc. For breakfast there was always buffet much like a fine US restaurant – omelets made to order, huge selections of pastries, meats, fruits. Costs $2,000,000.00 annually to deploy 1 service member overseas. Absolute insanity.”
Insanity? Think again. Yes, ten (lowball) to thirty (more likely) percent of total war spending in Iraq and Afghanistan went directly into the hands of the corrupt – Chalabis, Najibullah, et al.
But untold billions more went to “legal” contracts that have fattened the Deep State to the point that seven of the nation’s ten richest counties are those that surround Washington DC.
Insanity? Or Crazy like a pack of very successful parasites?
UPDATE: Afghanistan has vast mineral reserves, including lithium, “a soft metal used to make the lithium-ion and lithium-polymer batteries essential for powering desktop computers, laptops, smartphones, and tablets. And increasingly, electric cars like Tesla’s. …
“In Silicon Valley and beyond, tech companies like Apple, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, Samsung, Sony, and Tesla rely on continual, and uninterrupted, access to lithium, as lithium-based batteries are the primary power storage devices in their mobile hardware.
“Without these batteries, MacBooks, iPads, iPhones, Kindles, Nooks, Galaxy IIIs, Chromebooks, and, yes, Tesla Model S cars would be largely worthless. If forced to use older, nonlithium batteries, their battery lives would certainly be much shorter.”
And don’t forget the corruption. Iraq and Afghanistan rank 166th and 169th (out of 179 countries) – ranking them among the Dirtiest Dozen corrupt countries in the world. Where could you find a better place where both war profiteers and international corporate plunder elites could prosper – all in the name of democracy and fighting terrorism!
The generals running the country’s Deep State undoubtedly threatened Trump: Oppose us – fulfill your promises – and we’ll ruin you. Your deplorables have no power, and right now it’s power, not votes, that runs this country and the world. You’ll be branded as the president who “lost Afghanistan” and “betrayed the free world.”
(Average Pashtuns, who sodomize little boys as a way of life, will take little notice. Life will go on, as it has since Alexander the Great.)10:38 am on August 22, 2017 Email Christopher Manion
Having the feds impose nationwide reciprocity of gun licensing might sound like a good idea. But it really is just a scheme to federalize gun policy:
10:38 am on August 22, 2017 Email Ryan McMaken
The Constitutional arguments are all well and good, but the US Constitution should never be viewed as the final word on any matter. The current constitution has always gone much too far in terms of centralizing political power in the United States, and the United States should never have been anything more than a loose military alliance and customs union. It’s no more necessary that the federal government regulate gun laws than it is necessary to define marriage or prohibit prayer at school sporting events.
In fact, gun policy, like abortion policy, wage policy, land-use policy, and everything else, should be relentlessly decentralized.
Ironic how many of those insisting that we “preserve history” do their best to erase from the record their fervid support of Bush’s disastrous invasion and occupation and destruction of Iraq and the elimination of the majority of the Christians there and in the rest of the Middle East.
10:27 am on August 22, 2017
Here’s video of modern-day New England “Yankees” in Boston at that anti-free speech riot. The foul-mouthed, violent, rampaging rioters who threw bottles filled with urine at the police are the people who Trump PRAISED two days later, reportedly on the advice of Jared and Ivanka, the new co-presidents (who would have supported Hillary Clinton had Trump not run for the office). In the video a young man wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat with an American flag draped over his back says “I support President Donald J. Trump,” after which hundreds of people screamed at him “F _ _ k You!” “You have no right to be here!” And much worse. Trump publicly praised the foul-mouthed, anti-free speech punks who assaulted his few brave supporters who attempted to speak up in favor of free speech (unsuccessfully, thanks to the Boston police, who Trump also praised lavishly).
To reward him for being a good little kept swamp puppy, Raul Ryan held a “town hall” meeting in which he described Trump’s praise for the rioting Hitler Youth of Boston as “perfect.”9:26 am on August 22, 2017 Email Thomas DiLorenzo
Oh boy, talk about deja vu all over again. I’m old enough to recall LBJ claiming that “American boys” will not be sent to fight a war that “Asian boys” should be fighting themselves. Now comes Lyndon Baines Trump, who ran on a platform of leaving Afghanistan after sixteen years (a “hasty retreat” and a cowardly policy of “cut and run”according to the latest neocon lies and propaganda). He immediately became the darling of the neocons, with smarmy, serpentine, sanctimonious, smirking Lindsey Graham appearing on FOX after Trump’s speech to say how “proud” he is of his president, whom he referred to as “my friend.” His new main squeeze. I could almost hear Al Green singing “Let’s Stay Together” (“I, I’m, I’m in love with you . . .”).
Graham also threw “senate decorum” out the window by smearing and lying about Rand Paul, hysterically blaming him for 9/11! We tried “General Paul’s” approach on September 10, he said, and look what happened the next day. Well, no, Lindsey (I always thought that was a girl’s name, by the way), the approach of Senator Paul, who was not in politics at the time, would have been to not have waged a war of conquest and occupation that created the blowback that was 9/11. It was YOUR policies that caused 9/11. “The next 9/11 will be your fault” if you don’t support the further Vietnamization of Afghanistan, he warned his congressional colleagues.8:36 am on August 22, 2017 Email Thomas DiLorenzo
I learned a new word today: emoji. I am emoji illiterate. Chances are I’ll remain mostly emoji illiterate, only learning a bit here and there when I have to. This depends on whether or not emoji will help me understand words better and communicate better. I can’t predict that.
Will schools teach emoji? Will emoji become an essential part of communicating? Will “Thou shalt not kill” be injected with a graphic emoji or two in order to make the point emphatically?
This blog editor has no easy access to emoji that I can see. It tells me that the readability of this blog needs improvement, which means I’m supposed to reduce it to a fourth grade level or lower. I am being told that I’ve made it too difficult for readers in the preceding paragraph by starting three sentences in a row with the same word. Maybe emoji will help. They’re on mobile devices, but I have none.
Ten-year olds will be emoji literate. Near-eighty year olds will be wondering whether that road sign means stop, one-way street, or under construction. Not to worry. Individual driving will become a thing of the past anyway. Learning and memory will be achieved by brain implants as in the movie “Total Recall”. Will parents shape the purposes, talents and choices of their children by the implants they buy for them? Today these are shaped by more haphazard processes.
The nature of human nature and free will are unanswered questions. Human nature is going to be called into greater and greater question as technology changes. The question of what defines us critically as human beings forces itself on us. Answers to this question shape political philosophies.8:25 am on August 22, 2017 Email Michael S. Rozeff
The Christopher Columbus monument in Baltimore is 225 years old, and is the oldest monument to Columbus in America. Young communist criminals videotaped themselves vandalizing the monument with a sledge hammer in protest of “the initial invasion of European capitalism” by Columbus.
Nancy Pelosi, the Italian-American daughter of a former mayor of Baltimore, should be asked what she thinks of this, seeing how she and her Demo-Bolshevik pals are behind the funding of all these violent, criminal Bolsheviks.
The Washington Monument in Baltimore is older than the one in D.C., and is sure to be on the commiecriminal hit list.
1:04 pm on August 21, 2017 Email Thomas DiLorenzo
… and remove all reference to the hateful Kennedy name from history. Jack seduced a young intern and kept her as his concubine and travel companion in the White House, even ordering her to pleasure his pals at the WH pool; and Ted, of course, killed his heart throb, Mary Jo Kopechne, paid off her parents, and got off without a day in prison.
Same goes for Jack’s “eternal flame” – the only one he ever had, of course – just ask Jackie.8:40 am on August 21, 2017 Email Christopher Manion
What is a U.S. Navy ship doing off the coast of Singapore? I note also that “ten sailors on the ship were unaccounted for, and five others were injured.” Another reason to stay out of the military. You don’t have to be in combat to be senselessly killed in the military.7:31 am on August 21, 2017 Email Laurence M. Vance
A sponger or sponge is a person who lives on others. Government power encourages sponging. To understand someone’s politics, find out where they stand on sponging. If they speak about the people running the government or about unity or about a revolution of the people in the country, they favor sponging. They implicitly are thinking about and advocating replacing the current government monopoly by another. In the new system they envision, the names of the parasites will change. The names of their victimized hosts will change, but sponging will go on. As long as there is government without the consent of the governed, government power will always be wielded for the sake of spongers.
The conservatives in America have no credibility in speaking against spongers on welfare because they support their own spongers in the military-industrial complex. The liberals can’t credibly decry military spending because they cater to their own favored spongers. Both sides agree on some groups being spongers, including those in government generally.
If you want some group to get financing, you should not get it by sponging off other people and making them pay through the power of a territorial government that controls everyone in its borders, including the non-consenters. Most people would agree in their personal lives that sponging is wrong, yet we live in a system of sponging that’s baked in the cake by government power.
There is more to it. There are constant struggles for control of the apparatus of sponging that we call government. The power to sponge is taken for granted and the battles are over who gets the power to control the directions of sponging.
If people in different groups hate each other’s guts, how much of that hatred has arisen because of perceptions of sponging? A certain amount of sponging will be tolerated by people, but at some higher level of sponging, people are going to perceive the basic injustice of sponging and they are going to protest against those who they think are sponging off of them. The hatreds being expressed on American streets from left and right, that appear to be based upon such things as race, religion, and ethnicity, are fueled by the prevalence of sponging and its accompanying injustice. The sponging is fueled by the territorial monopolies of governments. Government power is bound to be misused. It has to be. There are no effective controls over it. The temptations to use it are impossible to limit, simply because the powers are monopolistic in nature. Once they are delegated, the battlefield shifts to fights over who will gain from the sponging and who will lose.
It is this sponging that libertarians include under the term aggression.9:48 am on August 20, 2017 Email Michael S. Rozeff
Last night, I heard ABC use the term “the great American eclipse.” So I say: Let’s make America Eclipse again. And I guess that means my neighbors to the South (for those of us in Detroit) cannot partake of the American Eclipse Exceptionalism.8:26 am on August 20, 2017 Email Karen De Coster
Unless The Atlantic magazine became a satire site overnight, this is all too real. Are you ready for this one? The eclipse is symbolic of racism. Alice Ristroph, a white Harvard grad and law professor in Brooklyn, uses the path of the eclipse to construct an America that is everywhere and always “racist.” Nothing new here in the era of everyone’s-a-racist, but the author employs a rather innocuous event to set minds afire with anger and divisiveness. And all those clever, decision-making editors at The Atlantic got together in a safe-space conference room named after some left-wing activist, with fair-trade coffee, baguettes, and vegan spread being served, and they went “yea, this is so brilliant!” To quote from the article:
8:17 am on August 20, 2017 Email Karen De Coster
…From Oregon, the Great American Eclipse will travel through Idaho and Wyoming. (It will catch a tiny unpopulated piece of Montana, too.) Percentage-wise, Idaho and Wyoming are even whiter than Oregon.
…The total eclipse will be visible from Lincoln, Nebraska, the state’s capital, which reports a black population of 3.8 percent.
…From Kansas, the eclipse goes to Missouri, still mostly bypassing black people, though now much more improbably.
…Moving east, the eclipse will pass part of St. Louis, whose overall population is nearly half black. But the black residents are concentrated in the northern half of the metropolitan area, and the total eclipse crosses only the southern half.
. . . who outnumbered free speech organizers by 50,000 to 50 chased and assaulted a man wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat and an Israeli flag draped over his back. “Get the F _ _ _ out of our town!” they screamed at him while stealing his hat and jerking him around.
There were no Nazis or “white supremacists” in sight, yet the crowd insisted on screaming about Nazis and white supremacists. According to news reports, some thirty people were arrested, mostly for assaulting the police by throwing bottles filled with urine at them, in keeping with the general theme of the police-hating “Black Lives Matter” division of the American communist movement.
One photo of the riot shows two young men who appeared college age wearing “Make America Great Again” hats being screamed at and chased down by hundreds of maniacal communists carrying signs saying “Socialist International” along with at least fifty professional news photographers feverishly snapping pictures. The police sent everyone home at this free speech event, thereby censoring free speech, after which they were praised lavishly by President Trump.8:15 am on August 20, 2017 Email Thomas DiLorenzo
“Conway[, South Carolina,] Pastor Phillip Miles was arrested Thursday by TSA for carrying an unloaded pistol into Myrtle Beach International Airport. … Miles was charged with carrying weapons into restricted places and was released on $500.00 bond.”
You probably see articles similar to this one, in which the TSA brags about having stolen some poor victim’s weapon while exploiting said weapon to persecute, cage, and rob its owner. Such stories are only the Thieves and Sexual Assailants’ pathetic attempt to justify their existence. No studies anywhere prove that disarmed passengers are safer than armed ones—none. And in fact, common sense argues the opposite. If a terrorist were to commandeer your plane, wouldn’t you appreciate armed folks’ fighting back? Of course, when those terrorists wrap their extra 200 pounds in blue polyester shirts with pinchbeck badges, armed folks can still fight back, which explains the TSA’s jihad against our self-defense.
But I digress. It seems Pastor Miles has had run-ins with authoritarian, anti-gun zealots before: “Miles previously spent time in a Russian prison after Russian Police found hunting ammunition in his suitcase.”
Thank you, TSA, for disarming us just as thoroughly and tyrannically as an Eastern Bloc country does its serfs. Have your morons been taking lessons from the KGB?8:58 pm on August 19, 2017 Email Becky Akers
Murray Sabrin writes that since we now live in an “era of identity politics,” if you wish to avoid being accused of the mortal sin of “insensitivity,” you must now refer to him as a “Polish, West German, Jewish, Heterosexual, White Male.”
Murray is a finance professor at Ramapo College in New Jersey. Since he is now the founding father of a new victim group, he is bound to be honored with a named, endowed chair, maybe two or three of them, very soon.1:27 pm on August 19, 2017 Email Thomas DiLorenzo
In March 2003, Pope John Paul II sent his personal emissary, Cardinal Pio Laghi, to warn the “Christian” Bush that the invasion of Iraq would cause “chaos.”
Bush didn’t even open Saint John Paul’s personal letter. He laid it aside and lectured the Cardinal (for the bully Bush, such filibustering was routine).
Today the Syriac Catholic Patriarch agrees. ““I can tell you, we’ve been not only abandoned by the Western countries, but even we have been betrayed,” Patriarch Ignace Joseph III Younan told The Southern Cross, newspaper of the Diocese of San Diego.
And the betrayers? They sleep peacefully with round-the-clock guards.
11:26 am on August 19, 2017 Email Christopher Manion
A Snopes article provides a lot of solid-looking evidence that Jason Kessler shifted his views toward a pro-white racial stance. This evidence is inconsistent with the hypothesis that Kessler is a provocateur in the grasp of Soros or Deep State elements. Where is the evidence of the latter connections anyway? It’s non-existent, so that the provocateur hypothesis at this time finds no support. [But see below for some links that provide support for the provocateur case.]
Addendum: Those who think little of Snopes can track down their sources to see if they are manufacturing quotations out of thin air. One of these sources is here. These are Kessler archives.
Addendum: I’ve been sent further links that bear on this subject: here, here, here, here, and here. These were put forward to me as supporting the provocateur case. I present them as is, where is and how is, because there is some information therein that supports a shift in his views, particularly the comments of David Caron.9:47 am on August 19, 2017 Email Michael S. Rozeff
A “Boston Free Speech Rally” is scheduled. Demonstrations in order to express political views appear to be growing in size, intensity and frequency. An earlier sign was the large Women’s March on Washington. There have been numerous protests against Trump, and these are tabulated. The number is very large.
The 60s saw many demonstrations for a variety of causes. The 70s were pretty wild. Relative quietude set in thereafter and lasted until now. In the 10s, we are now witnessing a big rise in demonstrations.
Many questions surround the remarkable rise of demonstrations in the 10s, and these should make for numerous stories. Dominant narratives about this ongoing phenomenon remain to be discovered, written about and shaped. This should be a big target area for research of many kinds. It’s really a huge story.9:13 am on August 19, 2017 Email Michael S. Rozeff
In his 1994 essay, “Just War,” Murray Rothbard concluded:
“[I]n this War Between the States, the South may have fought for its sacred honor, but the Northern war was the very opposite of honorable. We remember the care with which the civilized nations had developed classical international law. Above all, civilians must not be targeted; wars must be limited. But the North insisted on creating a conscript army, a nation in arms, and broke the 19th-century rules of war by specifically plundering and slaughtering civilians, by destroying civilian life and institutions so as to reduce the South to submission. Sherman’s famous march through Georgia was one of the great war crimes, and crimes against humanity, of the past half century-and-a-half. Because by targeting and butchering civilians, Lincoln and Grant and Sherman paved the way for all the genocidal horrors of the monstrous 20th century. There has been a lot of talk in recent years about memory, about never forgetting about history as retroactive punishment for crimes of war and mass murder. As Lord Acton, the great libertarian historian, put it, the historian, in the last analysis, must be a moral judge. The muse of the historian, he wrote, is not Clio, but Rhadamanthus, the legendary avenger of innocent blood. In that spirit, we must always remember, we must never forget, we must put in the dock and hang higher than Haman, those who, in modern times, opened the Pandora’s Box of genocide and the extermination of civilians: Sherman, Grant, and Lincoln.
Perhaps, some day, their statues,like Lenin’s in Rusia, will be toppled and melted down; their insignias and battle flags will be desecrated, their war songs tossed into the fire. And then Davis and Lee and Jackson and Forrest, and all the heroes of the South, “Dixie,” and the Stars and Bars, will once again be truly honored and remembered . . . . I am sure that one day, aided and abetted by Northerners like myself in the glorious “copperhead” tradition, the South shall rise again.”7:34 am on August 19, 2017 Email Thomas DiLorenzo
Since the year 2000, “short haul [air] traffic” has “Decline[d] in the US” by $34 billion. Eric Morris alerted me to an article that attributes the loss to three factors: airline consolidation; increased pricing; and–ahem–”Increased security requirements and ‘hassle factor’” that “have made alternative surface transportation favorable to flying on short sectors.” The “hassle factor,” a.k.a. the TSA, has “made alternative surface transportation favorable to flying on long sectors,” too, if you ask me and the other former flyers who now boycott commercial aviation.
Intriguing, isn’t it, that the airlines would rather forfeit those billions than demand that their bought-and-paid-for congresscriminals abolish a bureaucracy abusing their customers.
Meanwhile, why not spread the “hassle factor” and reduced business from aviation to transit? From Bill Martin comes a link to a report that Los Angeles’ transit system will irradiate its customers while denuding them via new and improved porno-scanners. Yes! But unlike the TSA’s slow-as-molasses contraptions (after all, the agency’s Peeping Toms want a go-o-o-d, lo-o-ong look at you, Serf), transit’s version will “process up to 600 people per hour in the (currently) voluntary screening…”
“Voluntary.” Why would anyone willingly endure such a degrading insult just to squeeze into a crowded, dirty and perpetually late subway (or so I assume as a veteran of New York City’s underground horror. On the other hand, at least this time Our Rulers are eviscerating the Fourth Amendment in their own arena rather than invading an ostensibly private industry to ogle and hassle its passengers)? Whatever, I join the article’s author in advising, “Now would be the time for the traveling public to draw a line in the sand while public testing is underway and a pushback has a chance of being considered.” Yo, Villeins: REFUSE to cooperate with your own enslavement. Shun LA’s Metro and anywhere else the abominable “security theater” opens.8:59 pm on August 18, 2017 Email Becky Akers
As Sean Hannity points out, first it was Russia hacked the election and Trump obstructed justice so he should be impeached. Then recently Trump was a blood-thirsty warmonger calling for the destruction of North Korea so he should be impeached. Now it’s Trump is a pro-Nazi, pro-Klan racist who incites violence so he should be impeached.
In the late 1920s, under the direction of Gauleiter or regional party leader Joseph Goebbels, violent street confrontation and warfare in Berlin between the left-wing National Socialist German Workers’ Party (NSDAP) and the left-wing Communist Party of Germany (KPD) was used to create both chaotic instability within the faltering Wiemar Republic, as well as building support for the Nazis cadres.
For the Nazi Party, the brownshirts — who included the unemployed, the underemployed, apprentices and high-school students — were “political soldiers.” In Goebbel’s view, their task was the “conquest of the street.” In the melting pot of Berlin, these primarily young men were supposed to reconcile and embody two previously hostile worldviews: nationalism, which Goebbels believed had to be “reshaped in a revolutionary way,” and a “true socialism” free of Marxism.
Even the corpse of Heather Heyer is being tragically manipulated and egregiously transformed into a 2017 version of Horst Wessel.
On 30 January 1933, Adolf Hitler was named Chancellor of Germany. Lacking a majority in the Reichstag, Hitler formed a coalition with the Nationalists (German National People’s Party (German: Deutschnationale Volkspartei, DNVP)). Not long afterwards, he called elections for 5 March. Six days before the election, on 27 February, the Reichstag fire damaged the house of Parliament in Berlin. Claiming that the fire was the first step in a Communist revolution, the Nazis used the fire as a pretext to get the President, Hindenburg, to sign the Reichstag Fire Decree, officially the Verordnung des Reichspräsidenten zum Schutz von Volk und Staat (Presidential Decree for the Protection of People and State).
Under the decree, issued by Hindenburg on the basis of Article 48 of the Wiemar Republic Constitution, the government was given authority to curtail constitutional rights including habeas corpus, free expression of opinion, freedom of the press, rights of assembly, and the privacy of postal, telegraphic and telephonic communications. Constitutional restrictions on searches and confiscation of property were likewise suspended.
The Reichstag Fire Decree was one of the first steps the Nazis took toward the establishment of a one-party dictatorship in Germany. With several key government posts in the hands of Nazis and with the constitutional protections on civil liberties suspended by the decree, the Nazis were able to use police power to suppress, intimidate and arrest their opposition, in particular the Communists. Hitler’s subversion of the Constitution under Article 48 thus had the mark of legality.
The organizer of the Unite The Right rally in Charlottesville was a Democrat and an Obama supporter. He was also part of the Occupy Wall street movement and a strong supporter of gun control. His name is Jason Kessler. Kessler suddenly switched from being an Obama supporter to a Trump supporter after Trump won.
How can someone who supported and worked for George Soros funded, Black Lives Matter enthusiast Barack Obama suddenly become a white supremacist and create a white supremacist rally to engage in violent street warfare confrontation with Black Lives Matter and Antifa? Is Jason Kessler also a George Soros paid agent provocateur? The mayor of Charlottesville ordered the police to stand down so violence could erupt. The entire Charlottesville event was a staged event, a classic strategy of provocation operation which is going to be used as psywar pushing for national imposition of martial law and the deep state coup against Trump and the remnants of the Republic.7:37 pm on August 18, 2017 Email Charles Burris
… the KKK hated – and murdered – Catholics as well as Blacks and Jews.3:30 pm on August 18, 2017