Those are the separations of the five seats of power that are needed so a free people can remain as free as possible.
The media can be crazy and corrupt but it must be kept away from government.
The biggest separation is God from Government. When government and religion combine the people cannot be free to live their lives according to their own desires. These are the separations that were made when America was founded and they caused America to endure.
Quote: “The sad truth is this: both in the Ukraine and in Russia the official (aka “canonical”) Orthodox Church is but an instrument in a larger toolkit of state power. In both countries the “official” Church embodies primarily national, not spiritual or theological, categories and while in Russia the current ruler is one of the most capable ones in the history of Russia (which cannot be said about the Uberloser Poroshenko), this was also the case under Eltsin (one of the worst people to ever rule over Russia) and all his Communist predecessors and this will probably remain the case for the foreseeable future regardless of who sits in the Kremlin.
Alexander Nix, chief executive of Cambridge Analytica has a psychological model that he used for every registered voter that determined their personality that was used to create propaganda to influence their vote for president. China uses your brainwaves to do it. HERE. In 1957 author Vance Packard showed how it’s done in his book: “Hidden Persuaders” Edward Bernays wrote about it in 1928 in his book: “Propaganda”. His major coup, the one that really propelled him into fame in the late 1920s, was getting women to smoke. Women didn’t smoke in those days and he ran huge campaigns for Chesterfield. You know all the techniques—models and movie stars with cigarettes coming out of their mouths and that kind of thing. He got enormous praise for that. So he became a leading figure of the industry, and his book was the real manual. Read it free online HERE.
So collecting data about you and then using it to manipulate you is nothing new except that Nix was able to use larger, faster computers to do what every government bureau and political hack has done in every election since time out of mind which is try to influence your vote. Why did you buy a certain brand of peanut butter? If you liked the package design you were manipulated because the design did not explain the taste of the peanut butter but was used to influence you to buy it.
Look at a box of breakfast cereal. It’s designed to get your child to tell you that’s what you should buy.
Look at an add for a car. It’s propaganda that appeals to your senses and drives your choice.
Obama did it with his “Quants”, a small group of highly educated math driven analysists who used Quantative Analysis” to target voters. HERE.
A couple of weeks before Election Day, over drinks at the Pump Room in Chicago’s Gold Coast, a safe distance away from the re-election headquarters and its press minders, Grisolano and Erik Smith first let on that there was far more happening in the Chicago campaign office than any of us covering it truly understood. Grisolano told me that the campaign literally knew every single wavering voter in the country that it needed to persuade to vote for Obama, by name, address, race, sex and income. What’s more, he hinted, the campaign had figured out how to get its television advertisements in front of them with a previously inconceivable level of knowledge and accuracy. HERE.
Unions have done it for decades. HERE. .
Wolf disgraced her mind and the minds of the journalists who attended the WHCD on 4/28/2018. It’s easy to adopt the behaviors of juveniles so Wolf gets no intellectual credit for her hate-lased and anti-white speech. Any fifth grader could have written her speech. She was hired to do comedy. Instead she did hate. She should not be paid for her appearance since she didn’t fulfill her contract. Wolf lowered the respect towards women. That’s the way to judge her poor performance. She’s a disgrace.
She made one great remark about the lesbian Rachel Maddow: “She’s the Peter Pan of news, but instead of never growing old, she never gets to the point.” .
From Taki: “A PIG CALLED RANDA
The first thing you notice when looking at a picture of Randa Jarrar is that she is extremely fat with tattoos.
The fact that she’s a fat fattie can’t be stressed enough, which is why we’re opening with it.
Roughly the size of Kuwait, Jarrar makes a point of publicly self-identifying as an “Arab American Muslim American Woman”—apparently she threw two “Americans” in there just to cover her girth—and declaring that she absolutely hates white people. Warning—this shrill, obese harpy has quite the potty mouth on her:
I’m inspired by several things. Usually my hatred for the man, and I can’t fucking stand the white hetero patriarchy. Then, sometimes, I’m sucking a white dick….I don’t give a fuck. I’m buying guns….I’m going to do some stupid shit. I’m tired of being the bigger person….I’m also just tired of the left being stupid….Why is [Richard] Spencer’s house still standing? I don’t understand. Like, it needs to be fucking broken into. People need to fucking throw grenades into it. I don’t give a fuck.
If she’s sincerely “tired of being the bigger person,” she needs to start cutting the donuts in half.
Jarrar is paid a pretty penny by the State of California to teach creative writing to college students. Allegedly the daughter of Middle Eastern millionaires who apparently likes eating pussy as much as she likes gobbling Cinnabons, Farrar decided to dance on Barbara Bush’s grave on April 17th when the former First Lady passed into the Great Beyond. A mere hour or so after the admittedly uncomely and frankly mannish Bush Family matriarch joined the Choir Invisible, Ms. Farrar queefed out the following tweet:
Barbara Bush was a generous and smart and amazing racist who, along with her husband, raised a war criminal. Fuck outta here with your nice words.
She followed that one up by squatting down and squeezing out this one:
PSA: either you are against these pieces of shit and their genocidal ways or you’re part of the problem. That’s actually how simple this is. I’m happy the witch is dead. Can’t wait for the rest of her family to fall to their demise the way 1.5 million Iraqis have. byyyeeeeeeee.
Fourteen teenagers and three adults were the victims of demented Nikolas Cruz at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Broward County, Florida. We grieve. Words are insufficient to express the loss of these 17 people.
They were exceptional individuals. The killings by Nikolas Cruz was senseless and there are many reasons to perhaps blame others for not stopping it but the final judgment is: Nikolas Cruz did it and he acted alone.
Fourteen teenagers: Smiling photographs of each of them make the heart skip a few beats. These were beautiful people. Why weren’t they better protected?
The tragedy occurred in one of the most beautiful places on the earth, Broward County.
At a waffle house in Louisiana the opposite happened. One of two bad guys was shot by an armed customer.
Needless to say, little has been made of the argument that none were killed in the Louisiana Waffle House incident because a law-abiding citizen was carrying and using a registered gun. Instead, gun control activists in the media decided to focus on an unarmed man’s heroics – rather than cover a story of how a “good guy with a gun” saved lives – which further strengthens the case for Second Amendment supporters.
The New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) issued a press release stating that one of the suspects was recovering in the hospital from multiple gunshot wounds – while being under arrest for one count of armed robbery and another count of attempted robbery – noting that a customer with a gun thwarted a potentially lethal scene.
“A customer armed with his personal firearm drew his weapon as the other robber approached him, causing the robber to flee, [and] Thomas then pointed his own weapon at the armed customer,” police divulged from the release, according to NOLA. “The customer fired several shots at Thomas, who then ran out of the Waffle House and fled in a white Chrysler with the other robber. The customer later told police that he believed he had struck Thomas.”
Thanks to the “locked and loaded” customer, the violent suspect essentially turned himself in by checking into the local hospital with numerous bullet wounds.
“Later in the night, a white Chrysler pulled up at a local emergency room and dropped off a man with several gunshot wounds to the back, hip and arm,” the NOPD release informed. “The man matched witness descriptions of the injured robber.”
A Twitter user corroborated the account six days later, which was breaking news to most Americans after the mainstream media tiptoed around disseminating the story for nearly a week.
“On Friday, two armed men tried to rob a Louisiana Waffle House but were shot by an armed patron,” Stephen Gutowski tweeted Wednesday. “One of the robbers was hospitalized. Nobody else was hurt.”
Piling up the case for gun rights
Fighting guns with guns – as opposed to fists – is proving more and more that law-abiding citizens owning and toting guns is the best prevention and deterrence of mass shooting tragedies.
“This unnamed, law-abiding, armed customer thwarted an armed robbery in progress – and possibly saved lives – by exercising his [Second Amendment] rights,” Townhall reported. “This incident will be recorded as one of the many annual instances – between 100,000 on the extreme low end, to 2.5 million on the higher end – of Americans defending themselves or their property with firearms.”
Not detracting from Shaw’s bravery displayed at the Tennessee Waffle House, it is argued that the odds are stacked against would-be-heroes without guns.
“And as extraordinary and special as Mr. Shaw’s actions were, what are the chances the Louisiana crime, with two armed perpetrators, could have been stopped by a single unarmed man?” Townhall’s Guy Benson posed. “I’d bet the managers, employees and patrons of that restaurant are very grateful that a good guy with a gun was eating in the dining room that night.”
High school teaching Gun Control Activism 101?
Meanwhile, echoing the anti-gun rhetoric spread by the mainstream media, a History teacher from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSDHS) in Parkland, Florida – where the actual shooting massacre killing 17 took place – likened a student survivor at the school to a Nazi for supporting gun rights.
“So… I just got a call from a friend of mine from @GregPittman1957’s class and he [the MSDHS History teacher] apparently compared me to Hitler in class and said I am a [expletive],” MSDHS gun-rights-advocating student Kyle Kashuv tweeted Wednesday. “The rant was about 10 minutes during class time, and [asserted] how he was right and I was wrong with my comments.”
The gun control activist teacher’s tirade against the vocal Second Amendment-supporting student has been openly condemned by the conservative media.
“I can’t begin to describe how wildly inappropriate it is for any teacher to be publicly badmouthing any student to his classmates – particularly behind his back,” Benson expressed. “It gets even worse – given the context. Kashuv is a survivor like the rest of those students, and for a History teacher to invoke any sort of Hitler comparison (even if jest) – especially about the Jewish son of Israeli parents – is egregious professional misconduct.”
Adding insult upon injury, the teacher was apparently ordered by school officials at an earlier date to end his attack on the pro-gun student via social channels on the Internet, but the warning was not heeded.
“That misconduct is made even worse if it’s true that this teacher was instructed by administrators to stop engaging Kashuv on social media before uncorking this diatribe – and the ‘something needs to be done about him’ piece could be construed as a threat,” Benson added. “I understand that tensions are high on that campus – that community went through something horrific – but it’s not remotely acceptable for a teacher to respond to his own political differences with a student in this manner. His actions merit some form of formal sanction.”
For getting law enforcement to back off and handing law enforcement over to the school because of Obama’s policies, the school and law enforcement failed to keep the Parkland shooter Nickolas Cruz under control or at least off of the streets.
In 2013, the Broward County school board entered into an agreement with multiple law-enforcement agencies — including the Broward County sheriff — designed to limit the number of on-campus arrests.
Obama education secretary Arne Duncan even highlighted Broward County’s efforts to reduce out-of-school suspensions and try alternative forms of discipline. Broward County was reportedly “one of 53 major school districts” to adopt Obama-administration guidelines designed in part to limit law-enforcement involvement in school discipline.
Sperry quoted Peter Kirsanow, a conservative member of the Commission on Civil Rights:
Broward County adopted a lenient disciplinary policy similar to those adopted by many other districts under pressure from the Obama administration to reduce racial “disparities” in suspensions and expulsions. . . . In many of these districts, the drive to “get our numbers right” has produced disastrous results, with startling increases in both the number and severity of disciplinary offenses, including assaults and beatings of teachers and students.
lax discipline meant that the Parkland shooter not only had no criminal record when he purchased his rifle, he didn’t even have the arrest record that may well have spurred additional inquiry when people did report their concerns to the FBI. Recall, he was disciplined for fighting, for assault, and for bringing bullets to school.
The upshot was that the lack of an arrest record made it difficult for police to confirm that Cruz was a proven threat and to intervene when they received call-in tips and complaints from neighbors, classmates and relatives about his stockpiling of weapons and desire to kill people, law enforcement officials say.
It’s too much to pin the Parkland shooting entirely on school policies — after all, there were other opportunities for police to intervene more effectively — but this history does highlight that there are profound risks in leniency, especially when leniency is directed at violent students. It’s one thing to show a measure of grace to students who commit non-violent offenses, it’s another thing entirely to enable and excuse those who commit assault.
No, let’s not involve law enforcement too soon when no one is under threat. But the simple fact is that some kids shouldface arrest.
The school-to-prison pipeline is a problem. Sweeping it under the rug as was done at Parkland caused the death’s of too many innocents.