Archive for February, 2021

Miniature anarchists

Sunday, February 28th, 2021

I saw some banks that had only recently taken down the boardings put some new boards up. Arestaurant that had not been boarded put it up. And What appears to be a couple of smashed windows at a supermarket and Starbucks — profane shouty graffiti nearby — now has the thing up.
Near as I can sed by a nearby immigration center now boarded completely — this is the source of consternation — a symbol for, I suppose, Biden still having some remnants of the “kids in cages” facilities in slower state of bureacratic transition than desired and to a point notacceptable, and damned if the Starbucks doesn’t get a random brick.
A mini riot. Echo from a glory day of “resistance” of the Trump era.
Likewise, the last blm motorcade I witnessed — cars honking along, chants where they can throw them — kinda sad. Though, the weather is just warm now and we are only a week or two off from snow, so stay tuned.

The 37 vote getters

Friday, February 26th, 2021

Regretably, I see two seperate numbers. I guess the one that includes Nevada’s “nota” line and has more votes in the mix is more lukely to bethe correct tally, as ratified by the US Congress in January. Understand, the vote tally for Biden differs by 360 votes, and on down from there to all the runner-ups. I wikk possibly put up the other numbers.

1. Joe Biden/Kamala D. Harris (D) 51.3 81,268,564
2. Donald Trump/Mike Pence (R) 46.9 74,216,603
3. Jo Jorgensen/Spike Cohen (L) 1.2 1,864,720
4. Howie Hawkins/Angela Nicole Walker (G) 0.3 402,716
5. Roque De La Fuente (multiple running mates) (The Alliance Party) 0.1 88,214
6. Gloria La Riva (multiple running mates) (Party for Socialism and Liberation) 0.1 84,905
7. Kanye West/Michelle Tidball (Independent) 0.0 67,908
8. Don Blankenship/William Mohr (Constitution Party) 0.0 59,924 0
9. Brock Pierce/Karla Ballard (Independent) 0.0 49,695 0
10. Brian T. Carroll/Amar Patel (American Solidarity Party) 0.0 35,261 0
11. Alyson Kennedy/Malcolm Jarrett (Socialist Workers Party) 0.0 6,791
12. Bill Hammons/Eric Bodenstab (Unity Party) 0.0 6,647
13. Jade Simmons (multiple running mates) (Independent) 0.0 6,534
14. Jerry Segal/John de Graaf (Bread and Roses) 0.0 5,949
15. Dario David Hunter/Dawn Neptune Adams (Progressive Party) 0.0 5,394
16. Phil Collins/Billy Joe Parker (Prohibition Party) 0.0 4,844
17. Jesse Ventura/Cynthia McKinney (Green Party of Alaska) 0.0 3,284
18. President Boddie/Eric Stoneham (C.U.P.) 0.0 3,171
19. Joe McHugh/Elizabeth Storm (Independent) 0.0 2,843
20. Mark Charles/Adrian Wallace (Independent) 0.0 2,662
21. Sheila Tittle (multiple running mates) (Independent) 0.0 1,806
22. Connie Gammon/Phil Collins (Independent) 0.0 1,475
23. J.R. Myers/Tiara Lusk (Life and Liberty) 0.0 1,372
24. Tom Hoefling/Andy Prior (Independent) 0.0 1,241
25. H. Brooke Paige/Thomas Witman (Grumpy Old Patriots) 0.0 1,175
26. Christopher Lafontaine/Michael Speed (Independent) 0.0 856
27. Kyle Kenley Kopitke (multiple running mates) (Independent) 0.0 815
28. Ricki Sue King/Dayna Chandler (Genealogy Know Your Family History Party) 0.0 546
29. Princess Khadijah M. Pres Jacob-Fambro/Khadijah Maryam Jacob Sr. (Independent) 0.0 497
30. Blake Huber/Frank Atwood (Approval Voting Party) 0.0 409
31. Joseph Kishore/Norissa Santa Cruz (Socialist Equality Party) 0.0 317
32. Richard Duncan/Mitch Bupp (Independent) 0.0 213
33. Jordan Marc Scott/Jennifer Tepool (Independent) 0.0 175
34. Gary Swing/David Olszta (Boiling Frog) 0.0 141
35. Keith McCormic/Sam Blasiak (Bull Moose) 0.0 126
36. Zachary Scalf/Matthew Lyda (Independent) 0.0 29
37. Valerie Mccray 0.0 17
Other write-in votes 0.1 182,482

Intetesting to note Valerie Mcvray coming in last — where in the immediate aftermath of election night there was a profile from Reason magazine on who they thought had come in last — Zachary Scalf.
We see a drop off of Constitution Party’s fortunes. I am guessing previous candidates — Howard Philips and Cuck Baldwin — had larger profiles and histories in right wing politics than our current entrant, with perhaps Trump’s hardline stance on immigration and rhetorical appeals to Christian conservatives dampens the election prospects — or perhaps the party simply lost some big state ballot line. Oddly, the Party for Socialism and Liberation gains — socoalism big with the kids thesedays, I suppose — if it is intersectional and woke enough. Roque de la Fuente appears to have gained by name recognition — running every election cycle — now a party unto himself beating the Constitution Party.

Finally, I see how many votes Jesse Ventura received

Wednesday, February 24th, 2021

The story of Jesse Ventura’s 2020 Presidential run … he snuck onto the ballot by a rogue Alaska Green Party which, I guess, now lacks accredidation and is no more (or is something other than a Green Party)– The Green Party in Alaska having to set up once again anew and bolt out any of these Ventura-heads.

Forthe past few months I had not the vote tally for Ventua, since I had, because Alaska comes in last, so this one vote tallyer was not including him. But now I see the tally is 3,284. I guess this may ormay not include California write-ins. (That site designates allwrite-ins into one group). Good for 17th place, right behind the Prohibition Party. (18th if you include Nevada’s ba!lot line of “None of the Above”.) No word on whether Cynthia Mckinney was a boon or a drag to the voting total.
I did see a “Ventura 2020” sign floated admist massed blm plastering– I don’t believe in support of his Green Party nimination fight but … just tosiing it out there for that segment of voters for both defunding the police and against mask tyranny.

So, about damnedable “el rushbo”

Saturday, February 20th, 2021

In the great litany of items tossed out by a Rush Limbaugh — filler of three or (when he had a tv show) three and a half hours every weekday — or specifically cirated by him… He apologized and offered as his greatest regret a regular bit ran for two weeks mocking recent AIDS deaths — hard to say if that mitigates anything given it came out of him in the first place — and the bit about claimimg “did ypu know thete was a White House dog?” cue photo of a gawky young Chelsea Clinton… Did not happen — which at least obviates that one.

Beyond that his statement on Donavann McNabb — overrated and overrated because the league was in need of a:top flight black quarterback — strikes me as inaccurate but defendable. McNabb always seemingly the fifth best qb in the league for the decade he played — behind Brady and Manning and two others that varied with the year — with it seems as I look him up on google Eagles fans souring on him in retrospect(a love/hate relationship regardless) and a most recent controversy regarding him getting drunk before playing in his one Super Bowl.

Behold some piece of theInsane. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said Friday that he will order flags to be flown at half-staff in honor of conservative talk radio icon Rush Limbaugh, who died this week at the age of 70 after being diagnosed with stage-four lung cancer last year.
“I know they’re still figuring out arrangements. But what we do when there’s things of this magnitude, once the date of internment for Rush is announced, we’re going to be lowering the flags to half-staff,” the Republican governor said.

Nothing much in regards to the politics of the man, but… Why and what is the purpse? Certainly not a unifying message for the state. Largely a case of flag lowering inflation. To the younger people — about their 20s– we may need to explain who the hell Limbaugh was amd why he mattered somehow anyways.
So far as I can tell, this may be the last nibblet of Limbaugh “controversy” that plucked into my mindspace.

In one particularly odious example of fueling divisive racial paranoia, Limbaugh told his audience, “It’s Obama’s America, is it not? Obama’s America, white kids getting beat up on school buses now. You put your kids on a school bus, you expect safety but in Obama’s America the white kids now get beat up with the black kids cheering, ‘Yay, right on, right on, right on, right on,’ and, of course, everybody says the white kid deserved it, he was born a racist, he’s white.”

In as much as I can suggest 1996 as the Year of High Republicanism and Limbaugh right in there with Gingrich —
this 2009 monolouge and the story it blasted off from — a local school bus fight berween schoolkids — owes more to Drudge in getting broadcast to the multitudes. From there Limbaugh is one of a multitide, and replacable — bunches of Fox News hosts and Limbaugh clones on the am dial more than capable of fanning racial flames into the air without Limbaugh as any conduit.

So… whateth did he do, in the end?
in the end, even if I came not to think very highly of Rush, he did have the Clintons’ number from day one. He saw them for the liars, opportunists, and political grifters that they were, a couple who held no core beliefs, only positions that could change as needed to amass more power. No matter what else he was, said, or did, no matter his innumerable human failings, he was right about Bill and Hillary.
All of which slashes against his stated charge at the start of the Clinton Years that we are witmesding “the most concentrated push to left liberalism” im American History. And besides which…
although Limbaugh never influenced policy as much as he influenced the tone of right-wing political culture. He followed and endorsed the policy trends from Gingrich to Dubya to Trump (and those were three very different political leaders) rather than setting them.
Indeed, a curious matter of how his obitiary is written as harbinger of Trump…
Regarding my thoughts on the kingmaker question, everyone’s going to write about how politics might have been different if Limbaugh hadn’t been such an influential figure. But I’m wondering how we would see his legacy differently if say, Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio or Ted Cruz had been elected president in 2016.
Or, I could suggest, if Mitt Romney had won in 2012. I guess he would be there standing in opposition to any liberalizing immigration (see Bush administration) but otherwise he is just cheerleading the Republican administration, whatever the posture is on (say for instance) Trade.
Always ready to admit it
2006, after Republicans lost the House in midterm elections, Limbaugh admitted that he’d long been “carrying water” for GOP elected officials even though he didn’t believe they deserved it. Over time, as the talk-radio style of culture-war point scoring over a substantive agenda, and loyalty over intellectual honesty, became more common among GOP politicos as well as right-leaning entertainers, the coalition got less and less conservative, culminating in the GOP’s takeover by populists who openly championed tariffs and etc.

To the point:
but I have had a deep personal animus to this man. Rush Limbaugh made my father angrier than he needed to be in his old age.
Oh, I suspect if the poster of this thought Limbaugh haf said anything worthwhile, thwy’d offer more allowance for this “rabble rousing” aspect, but I.gather this is a personal experience that abounds … For ” the legacy”.

Untelated in commentsville:
It is a little known fact that in 1932 the Republicans won a majority in the House and Senate but between the election and the inauguration of Roosevelt, enough of them had died from various causes that their replacement by Democrat governors gave Roosevelt the majority he needed.
For some reason, the claiming on this inaccurate statement grates me. It is the 1930 midterm that saw the Republicans crater to a bare Charles Curtis (first poc vice president) tie breaking Senate majority and losing the House after post election day special election.

Consideration of who voted Trumply

Wednesday, February 17th, 2021

Supposed “profiles in Courage”, he tosses Manchin into the mix — either to match the number in Kennedy’s book, or because Manchin voted out on a limb beyond a Republican or two and tge other two Democratic Senators from states that voted for Trump. (Or maybe Jon Tester of Montana and Sherrod Brown of Ohio have established brands suggesting more opposition to Trump — note they voted against Kavanaugh’s confirmation.)

Richard Burr of North Carolina, Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Mitt Romney of Utah, Ben Sasse of Nebraska, and Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania.

And the man who gets the biggest guff from Trump — Mitch Mcconnell — didn’t even vote to convict.

Sure, though this is how wr get stuck in peoples supporting the whole gamut of paryisanship from their one issue.

I think it helps to remember that people have all sorts of different barometers on politics and reasons for thinking the way they do. A year or three ago at an outta-town convention, I met a man who felt that Abortion was not only the Number One Issue but the only one. A POTUS who destroyed everything else in this country could have this guy’s support if he also stopped Abortion. And I have an acquaintance who thinks the Number One issue is and always will be the price of gasoline. If gas prices go down, whoever’s in the White House at that moment is a great President. End of discussion.

If you vote based on opposing Abortion, with the exveption of Louisiana’s Democratic governor, you are pretty well obliged to vote Republican. Maybe you can weigj whether Manchin will weaken the Democratic solid front in a way that the NRA once endorsed Harry Reid because if he were gone, Schumer would be the leader of their opposing party.

Political faultlines defined in loaded language.
Beyond defending Trump himself, state and local Republicans are perhaps the party’s biggest advocates of the kind of white-identity politics that is sometimes referred to as Trumpism. For example, GOP officials at the state level are now trying to bar schools from using materials from the New York Times’s 1619 Project, which focuses on the central role of slavery in American history. Such bans would effectively use government power to censor part of the public discourse and silence a project hated by many conservatives because of its critical look at Trump-style white-identity politics.
So, opposition or criticism on the merits of loading history curriculum on The 1619 Project is White Supremacy. Notwithstanding that the prpblem comes in viewing slavery as THE central role, bar anything else (The Enlightment, say…) , in the founding of the nation, and it leads to a dead certainty of San Francisco school board that we musy eliminate every name from schools, as too dead certainty on smashing any historical statue in sight.
Curious to note, Bush in 2000 and Trump last time out shattered any monolithic Latino vote, overall good in considering definitions of voting blocs… and if it forces a so!ewhat diffetent analysis of What the What is going on in the body electorate.

say the what

Tuesday, February 16th, 2021

All so clear now.

A curious one, where we see businesses (restaurants) eagerly setting up on the partial reopening with a sign that — I think sarcastically but who knows — tosses a “Thank you Kate Brown”. The masks being considered by lmk just about any fidgety impatient personage a must — acceptance of the Current Normal even besides any issue with prevailing civic regime.

These oh so underground stickers, I should note, ate located in the nearby vicinity of the grocery store where I had been regularly getting back in change dollar bills someone wrote qanon logos and defacement a of the free mason symbols.

forever congress critters

Tuesday, February 9th, 2021

One simple observation over the twin travails of Liz Cheney and Marjorie Taylor Greene is that neither have Bern in Congress all that long. Greene is inner first term, appropriately enough from there a backbencher though thrust to national spotlight. Cheney is now in her third term, a rather slim place for her third position in the Republican Party leadership.

Then again, the Republicans have — compared to the Democrats — spring chickens leading. Pelosi — Hoyer — Clyburn were elected to Congress in 1986, 1980, and 1992. Reportedly they had plans to bring fresh blood into Congressal Party Leadership in the name of Joe Crowley who at least gets out of the 80s, but lost a primary to Alexandria Ocassio Cortez,so stuck in the 80s they are.

The Republicans are all of this century — 2006, 2008, and 2016 –though if you go ahead and figure Liz Cheney jumped lines off of pedigree, maybe yo can add Dick’s Congressional service elected in 1978. The problem with the Republicans is their last generation would still be on in the names of Paul Ryan and Eric Cantor, but the raucous nature of party politics ate them up as Ryan had to shuffle away from Trump and Cantor was stunned in a primary from a right flank he never figured existed.

LORG flexes its muscles over LPAC, but does lpac have 2 aces up its sleeves?

Sunday, February 7th, 2021

I.  In one last poke in the eyes at the Larouche Movement (both of them), President Donald Trump — surely well aware of the pleas — pointedly did not pardon Julian Assange or Edward Snowden, nor “exonerate Larouche”.  He instead, in a massive rebuke to the Lyndon Larouche Movement (Lord as well as lpac), pardoned Steve Bannon — much derided in Larouchian literature — whose indictment was headlined with ” Good News for the Republic”.   Newly free Steve Bannon goes on to become  an obvious point person in any ” Trumpian Patriot Party” or movement movement, reportedly already reunited…   Surely points Trump’s side as against Daniel Burke’s fantasy.

Part of the question for Trump becomes… What’s less clear is whether he represents a major political tradition that can become persistent beyond his own active career — like, say, Peronism in Argentina — or might shrink into the kind of small and eccentric following that former Marxist Lyndon Larouche led into the right-wing fever swamps.

The question in post Trump America —  can they sell their wares to the Trump loving masses such as… This letter to the editor writer who has “China” on the brain?

With a sold-out-to-China President Biden, a Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnel married to a Chinese lady from a Chinese business family, and a Baltimore mafia family House Majority Leader Pelosi who has had a Chinese “chauffeur” for 20 years, sounds like the country will be close to, if not actually, sold to China.

On the other hand, Trump pardoned Stone — and as we see here, Stone is Trump’s Larouche connection even as Gannon is his Lenin connection.

II. Serious question: Would you rather have Lyndon LaRouche or Marjorie Taylor Greene serving in the United States Congress?
Both are horrible but only one gets the pitch A down to 432 Hz
“Whoever wins we lose” indeed
LaRouche’s schtick has more variety and staying power. Marjorie’s only got the one bit.
Lyndon could recite strange facts about classical music tuning. Marjorie, I would wager, cannot.
Only one of them is willing to stand up to the House of Windsor
I thought I would be entertained by Marjorie but unfortunately she’s looking more and more like a snuff film than the campy horror flick I had imagined.
Given Lyndon LaRouche is dead, I’d say LaRouche.

Someone must clue him in.

 So it is…  It’s like Madison Grant and David Icke and Louis Beam had a baby, and that baby grew up reading Lyndon Larouche’s laser beam theories

Marjorie Taylor Greene, at this moment  all the rage.  And James Follows raises the issue with the question — who is the Democratic Party equivalent?

My two answers are … in recent memory, Cynthia McKinney counts well enough  and that the current Congress the answer is telling of Republican Party malfunction.  In the comments here, Larry McDonald gets a mention (refer to him here because he spoke against Larouche on the Congressional floor) and then of course… There is Larouche.

A bit of irony pops up with This “boomer” insult — instigated by someone making a Larouche reference by way of insulting Marjorie Taylor Greene –in that for the past generation, “boomer” was a Larouchian insult — the better to stoke the egos of the quickly aging Larouche Youth Movement.

Another question is… Previous antecedents for qanon.  In the Obama years, an online “secret insider source” blog appeared by the name of “Ulsterman”.  One difference is that the Larouchies cited Ulsterman’s revelations where qanon was dumped on at least a few times.  One other conspiracy outlet that seems to have fizzled — The Zeitgeist Movement.

We see a podcast series cited as an examination into well known Quaker Burlesque dancer, which evidentally ends at The Lyndon LaRouche PAC, which typically spends down most of the money it raises each cycle, ended 2020 with $49 in the bank, a record low.

III.
And it is thus….. Donald Trump was just compared to Lyndon Larouche on TV…such an insult to Mr. Larouche.  Headlines come in… Stick to the Benedict Arnold angle.
Unsure what specifically is called ” sad”.
A reporter on @CNN just now compared the president with Lyndon LaRouche LMAO
Many will have to Google that name.
Sad!
Oh so. Almost snapped my own neck turning my head when CNN did a Lyndon Larouche name drop
Douglas Brinkley
LORGers respond to the one mention of Larouche as sign of guns ablazing against Larouche.
It was to be expected that CNN would line up its guns at the LaRouche movement, as it is a coherent movement and with much credibility gained despite the campaign against the image of the movement for What support globalization, neoliberalism the Anti-national state

Further commentary saying the same thing — see Doug Brinkley dropping the name Larouche and sticking to Benedict Arnold.

IV. Memories
I saw the LaRouche movement in Melbourne do exactly this one.
May 2005 paper headline: NUCLEAR WAR THIS MONTH!!!
June 2005 paper headline: LAROUCHE PREVENTS NUCLEAR WAR WITH TIMELY WARNING!
Interesting item to cite for opposition to Trump’s second impeachment. Many times, legislators, staff, the public had reason for fear. LaRouche’s cult attacked, the East wing fire, post-9/11 fears, threats to kill us/hurt others. You always wonder
Screenshot_20210115-173952. Men never want to have the Lyndon LaRouche Talk.
I had the Lyndon LaRouche Talk with my parents as a teenager.
Have had this exact conversation but I was talking about Huey Long.
Well, we all make our compromises when we get into a committed relationship.

And… Got Lydon Larouche emails for months when I was 18 because a dude had beautiful green eyes. Lost interest once I began reading the Lydon Larouche emails.

And  In the 80s it was Lyndon Larouche and his followers. They’d yell in an airport “do you believe in a strong defense”. If you’d say yes you’d get sucked into a bizarre world of conspiracy. Wierdest was queen of England head of drug trafficking to get US back.

More Here:  I was just reminded of inauguration day 2001, freezing my toes off on 14th St in my knee high Docs, the crowd had so many different agendas (Free Tibet, LaRouche supporters, disgruntled liberals, cannabis legalization). For real people started wailing and crying when it happened.

Competition abounds in the field of pamphleteering.

And… I remember the Lyndon LaRouche people, especially on college campuses. They were so nuts

In class too!  Some Larouche people interrupted a physics class to yell about how Newton was a fraud

Hm. Was in 7th grade, walking in front of the post office when of his fans tried to convince us to support him. From what I remember, he thought the British were trying to re-invade, and didn’t have friends growing up (had conversations with “greats” on lonely walks).

Heh. bf: one night we were on the phone and she hit her toe on the cat perch she says you guys leave out in the middle of the living room and she just let out this string of curse words that ended in LYNDON FUCKJACK LAROUCHE and that’s when i knew i lov– mom: she talks on the phone?

 So more … Boy this brings back memories; the Larouchies were always around when I was working on Central America solidarity demos & campaigns. They were nuts. One time one of them got up to interrupt a speaker by shouting “this event is organized by the imperial presidency!” (cont). some people laughed, some people shouted for him to sit down – the speaker (whose name I forget) just said smthg like “ok, let me know how much Reagan’s going to pay me for speaking tonight.” They were so weird.

1980 I was picking up extra money working at nights at little grocery store in NH—they kept trying to set up a table inside the store to talk to customers-were a pain always tossing them out-Reagan Bush primary elections–One day a goofy looking guy comes in (more). The guy wants to stand in the store and talk to voters–he said: “I’m George Bush’s son–I said “Hi, I’m Herbert F.’s son–now get your ass out of my store” I tossed George W. Bush—out of a store—didn’t even know who he was at the time–kind of proud of it in retrospect

I didn’t doubt it.I actually went–in late 70s to a meeting held by loon ball referenced in the story, “Lydon LaRouche.”A French foreign student with whom I had become friendly insisted I was being led astray by bourgeois feminists and that I needed to join his group to “make + the revolution.” After two meetings, she and I weren’t friends anymore bc he was a dogmatic lunatic and his zombie followers creeped me out. But I miss the days when there were so many groups “making the revolution,” even though that’s one of the reasons it never got made.

How to ditch em My wife has some hilarious stories of the time she became friends with the local LaRouche cult. She had to have a friend tell them she was dead to get them to go away.

 I guess now they have to wander over to OANN… used to see the occasional guy with crazy larouche signs across from the Fox News studios on Sixth Ave in NYC

V.  Date line WA January 6thy.. here…

I’ve been meaning to look into where LaRouche folks were going after his death. Kinda disappointing they just went MAGA. At least the British are still to blame.

Richard Williams Burden weighs in — from afar.

LPAC expressed outage at Lady Gaga’s role at inauguration, as did random left wing Twitterer: Aristotelian:  Lady Gaga singing the national anthem in 4/4 instead of the normal 3/4 is an appropriate musical metaphor: Just as she re-arranged a song that celebrates slavery, neoliberal Democrats are trying to remix the USA to make it woke, when in reality it’s an empire founded on genocide.

this is almost A=432 lyndon larouche level shit.

Brushing aside The Proud Boys as (a) CIA and (b) British by way of Punk.

I guess Richard William Burden has.

VI. Finally… How Trump fulfilled the promise of Larouche and gained their trust and loyalty is explained. Trump has secretly overthrown the Queen is certainly a creative story.
Screenshot_20210115-171115

It runs against counter-veiling matters. Funny way for Trump to show his antipathy at British Power, eh?

. Is the tshirt image Lyndon?. Or just some other bald old white guy?

Daniel Burke on the difference between the Civil Rights Protesters of the 60s and MAGA incursion of 1-6-21.
Rebuttal: It was an overall cultural break down. Even if Trump had classical music on Jan.6, 2021, people where already breaking into the Capitol, at 12:40. But, however, it seems to me that why didn’t anyone walk up to Trump during or after his speech and said they are breaking into the C

VII. Noted: LORG has Pennsylvania State Rep. Diamond , Keyed at a Manhattan Project webcast.

LORG also has snagged Daniel Estulin, leaving LPAC with one less asset.  Getting frisky, we see LORG responding to LPAC tweets with “real source” gusto.

The one thing LPAC does appear to have in its corner is Helga helming LORG, tweeting out Onion headlines and wondering if it’s true.

One more thing lpac has going over lorg can be seen in This banner thrown out at the January 6th event:  LORG’s banner would have to have a more complicated url directing everyone to nation builder dot com.

Not a happy prediction for lorg or lpac– But a sign of who has the conspiratorial headspace right now.

VIII.  The red brown alliance analyzed (with mention of Cynthia McKinney) — your mileage may vary — and a Media bias analysis/ report.  They both refer to LPAC, not as yet LORG.

A curiosity… We see LORG and LPAC take the line, entangled in a Proud Boy turning out to be a snitch, that the events of January 6 were some kind of deep state inside job.  And reactions to that news include a recitation of Larouche as CIA.

(Someone has to tell me if this podcast is worthwhile.)

Australia prides itself that their branch of larouchies look very American and not native.

IX. A left wing podcaster / youtuber brings in Daniel Burke based off Snowden and Assange activism.
Holy crap why do you have that insane LaRouche PAC cult tool on your channel?
LaRouche is sketchy, deserves an episode all to himself. Dude operated like a plant, fooled Nader and others with fake left speak kinda like Stoller is trying now. A lot of weird stuff out there about him.

X.  Stirring Hitler debates.

Pontifex:  didn’t say that he’s alive in Argentina, but he didn’t kill himself, do you have any fathom of what you’re talking about? Mind explaining to me why when DNA technology was invented post-War and the soviets tested his body it said it was a woman?

Chief Kirk:  Who cares he’s a coward like trump

Pontifex:  nah, wrong
 
Chief Kirk 
Hitler ruined the German peoples lives quicker than jews
 
Pontifex Arianus Saxdianus, MCDLXXXVIII:
nah, he didn’t
 
Chief Kirk 
Yeah he literally created Israel and smeared the German peoples name. A lot of people suffered and he ultimately loss like a coward.
 
Pontifex Arianus Saxdianus, MCDLXXXVIII 
lol you’re a coward for having this mentality u pussy
 
Chief Kirk
What for being brave and winning with ways to save the people instead of create a worse situation?
 
Pontifex Arianus Saxdianus, MCDLXXXVIII 
Read beowolf
 
Chief Kirk:  I read beowolf in elementary school homie
 
Pontifex Arianus Saxdianus, MCDLXXXVIII
then you should know hitler isn’t a coward
 
Chief Kirk 
I think suicide is cowardly.
 
Pontifex Arianus Saxdianus, MCDLXXXVIII
he didn’t kill himself bro lmfao, there’s no evidence you’re just repeating a lie
 
Chief Kirk 
What happened then?
 
Pontifex Arianus Saxdianus, MCDLXXXVIII 
we don’t know, but he didn’t kill himself, because there’s no proof I don’t believe he’s in Antarctica
 
Chief Kirk 
Lol fine say he escaped. Why did everybody face charges for what he did? You think that’s brave?
 
Pontifex Arianus Saxdianus, MCDLXXXVIII 
everybody? this isn’t even true, countless high ranking nazis were just never found, many others got pleas and started working for the US and Russia, I don’t see how a bunch of them escaping somehow makes them cowards, you seem to really hate national socialists, I wonder why.
 
Chief Kirk
Say I’m the leader, and other people get in trouble and I hide, that’s not leadership quality. You gotta sink with the ship.
 
Pontifex Arianus Saxdianus, MCDLXXXVIII 
why?
 
Chief Kirk
Because he created the wars and lost them then ran away (allegedly)
 
Pontifex Arianus Saxdianus, MCDLXXXVIII
but he didn’t create the wars, and he didn’t run away, he escaped story after story in European history tells of princes, kings, dukes, etc escaping you have weird non-white morality, are your eyes brown?
 
Chief Kirk 
Then they are cowards too. My eyes could be purple and it wouldn’t change history of German people losing and jews getting israel which is the main problem we face today is people in Israel with power misusing it to control the world.
 
Pontifex Arianus Saxdianus, MCDLXXXVIII 
 
Chief Kirk 
 
Pontifax 
name a better leader who has opposed the banking cartel and done as much damage as hitler
 
 
Chief Kirk 
the Templar’s are working with the jews look up Synarchy and the fascist bankers that connect in Switzerland banks
 
Pontifex Arianus Saxdianus, MCDLXXXVIII
 
Chief Kirk 
 
Pontifex Arianus Saxdianus, MCDLXXXVIII
 
Chief Kirk
 
Pontifex Arianus Saxdianus, MCDLXXXVIII 
 
 
Chief Kirk 
 
Pontifex
And your source is lyndon larouche? and you called ME the Q BOOMER LOL?
 
Chief Kirk 
Yes you are a q boomer who thinks Hitler was a hero vs the Jewish banking system when he was an Austrian puppet not even German who was put in power to help the Anglo-Jewish banking powers vs Russia
 
Nancy Spannaus escapes the Larouche past sort of.  Someone else doesn’t.