Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Make No Mistake: ISIS Needs the U.S. to Survive

by Scott Ritter, The American Conservative:

This week’s fatal attack was a calculated event designed to sow chaos amid American withdrawal. And the Blob is responding predictably.

“No war is over until the enemy says it’s over,” James Mattis, the former Marine Corps General and recently resigned secretary of state, is quoted as saying. “We may think it over, we may declare it over, but in fact, the enemy gets a vote.” Mattis’s statement was made in 2012, well before President Donald Trump, in a surprise announcement on December 19, declared victory over the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, better known as ISIS.

The Story of Q and the Second American Revolution — NEON REVOLT

from SGT Report:

Neo Revolt joins me to discuss his new book, a full year in the making, ‘The Story of Q and the Second American Revolution’ which you can buy – but only for the next 24 hours or so, here:…

HIGH-LEVEL INTEL SOURCE TELLS PAINE: The Slow Communist Subversion Of The United States Has Culminated In The Brett Kavanaugh Case

from True Pundit:

What most Americans don’t realize, is that organized Communist subversion often takes many years, if not decades, to slowly transform and convert the existing forms of their targeted government.

In this case, because of its economic superiority and military powerhouse, the United States of America was always the ultimate prize, or crown jewel of organized Communism’s objectives.

The problem of course, was that “pesky” U.S. Constitution, with all of its attendant “Bills of Rights,” “Amendments” guaranteeing such concepts as individual freedom, the presumption of innocence, the right to face one’s accusers, the right to freedom of speech and expression, to bear arms, and other such inherently anti-Communist/anti-Monarchy protections.

The CIA Just Declassified the Document That Justified the Iraq Invasion; The Bush White House Looks Very Very Very Bad

from True Pundit:

The same crowd who have made a recent career of slamming President Trump have some explaining of their own to do.

Just last week, for example, Colin Powell slammed Trump. Glass houses?

The Bush cabal are, simply put, Professional liars, according to CIA documents made public long after the Bush presidency. We travel back to when Trump announced his campaign for president while at the same time, the CIA threw Bush under the Iraq bus:

MSNBC Puts Voter Count On The Screen The Night BEFORE The Election

by Mac Slavo, SHTF Plan:

MSNBC has just made a disastrous error that should force everyone to reevaluate just how much trust they are placing in the mainstream media. The propaganda news outlet put up and image of the Florida voter count for a hotly contested gubernatorial race the evening before the elections.

The news network attempted to calm those who had seen it by stating that the image was nothing more than some test numbers and they were just as confused as the regular public.

Down To The Wire: Cartel Barely Keeps The Silver Market From Blowing-Up On Them

from Silver Doctors:

SD Friday Wrap: The cartel cut just the right wire at just the right time in order to avoid total catastrophe…

Gold is looking very strong right now.


You can feel it.

Silver is performing very strong as well, even if silver’s strength is not yet reflected in silver’s current “price”.

Empires Fall. Now It’s America’s Turn, and Russia Will Make It Happen

by Tom Luongo, via Russia Insider:

It’s important for bullies to always win.  Because once their weakness is exposed they can no longer be bullies.

Empires don’t start out as bullies.  They start out as the reaction to the last Empire which became a bully after embracing hubris over humility.

Empires have to resort to bullying near the end because they are fundamentally weak.  They all over-extend themselves through currency debasement which, in turn, degrades the cultural advantage the society had over the previous Empire.

Donald Trump knows how to bully with the best of them.  I go back and forth about his status as a bully, however.  He is a mercurial figure whose unpredictability is predictable.

From Boston to Ferguson to Charlottesville: The Evolution of a Police State Lockdown

by John W. Whitehead, Rutherford Institute:

“It takes a remarkable force to keep nearly a million people quietly indoors for an entire day, home from work and school, from neighborhood errands and out-of-town travel. It takes a remarkable force to keep businesses closed and cars off the road, to keep playgrounds empty and porches unused across a densely populated place 125 square miles in size. This happened … not because armed officers went door-to-door, or imposed a curfew, or threatened martial law. All around the region, for 13 hours, people locked up their businesses and ‘sheltered in place’ out of a kind of collective will. The force that kept them there wasn’t external – there was virtually no active enforcement across the city of the governor’s plea that people stay indoors. Rather, the pressure was an internal one – expressed as concern, or helpfulness, or in some cases, fear – felt in thousands of individual homes.”—Journalist Emily Badger, “The Psychology of a Citywide Lockdown”