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#Take the Knee

There’s a lot to complain about in this deranged republic – if it even still is one – but the burdens of being a multimillionaire football player would not be at the top of my list. Personally, I find it a little peculiar that we have to play the national anthem before any sporting event. All it really shows is how insecure we are as a nation that we have to display our love of countryin this obsessive manner. Same with congressmen and their stupid flag lapel pins, or the flag in front of Denny’s chain restaurants. Are eaters of the ‘lumberjack slam’ so disoriented when they leave the place that they need to be reminded what country they’re in? ‘Oh, look hon, were in the USA after all….’
What burns my ass is seeing baseball players in camo uniforms, as if they were an extension of the US military. What’s up with that? Is San Diego suddenly a theater of war? And why do US soldiers need to wear camo uniforms when shopping for eyeglasses? There used to be a distinction between battle dress and what you wore the rest of the time, even during a world war. And why on earth is it necessary to fly Air Force fighter jets over the stadium before the Super Bowl? Who authorizes the spend for that? Who are we trying to scare?

This post was published at Wall Street Examiner on September 25, 2017.

Thoughts on Trump, Fake Patriotism and ‘Taking a Knee’

Americans do not and should not worship idols. We do not and should not worship the flag. As a nation we stand in respect for the national anthem and stand in respect for the flag not simply because we were born here or because it’s our flag. We stand in respect because the flag represents a specific set of values and principles.

– From the recently published piece: I Understand Why They Knelt
I almost always disagree with mainstream critiques of Trump, which is why I tend to stay away from commenting on the endless battles between the destructive and dangerous status quo and the dangerous and destructive Donald Trump. Critiques of Trump from status quo types and their supporters are almost always hysterical and superficial, based upon the false premise that everything was going just fine until Trump was elected.
I believe that sort of myth making is as dangerous as Trump himself, and I’ll never support a preposterous ‘resistance’ strategy which elevates Wall Street CEOs, the CIA, neo-cons, neo-liberals and all sorts of other destructive elements of our society into saviors. These shallow resistance types focus on the symptom of the disease versus the disease itself, and therefore can never offer a constructive path to a batter future. That said, in this instance I completely agree with the view that Trump’s authoritarian tweets with regard to NFL player protests in recent days are extremely dangerous and encourage his supporters to rally around a debased and superficial fake patriotism based on symbolism as opposed to ideals and values.

This post was published at Liberty Blitzkrieg on Sep 25, 2017.

White House: “We Have Not Declared War On North Korea; That’s Absurd”

Following the startling, impromptu allegation on Monday morning by North Korea’s foreign minister Ri Yong Ho, who accused Trump of declaring war on North Korea, and warned Pyongyang would shoot down US jets, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Monday dismissed North Korea’s claims as “absurd.”
‘We have not declared war on North Korea and frankly the suggestion of that is absurd,’ Sanders said during today’s press briefing.
As a reminder, North Korea’s foreign minister said that Trump’s speech to the United Nations last week and his subsequent tweets were a ‘declaration of war.’ ‘In light of the declaration of war by Trump, all options will be on the operating table of the Supreme leadership of DPRK,’ Ri Yong Ho said. North Korea has also threatened to shoot down U. S. aircraft over international waters.

This post was published at Zero Hedge on Sep 25, 2017.

Brent Crude Spikes To Highest Since July 2015

North Korean war-talk has extended early gains for Brent Crude (driven by anxiety over the post-Kurd-referendum fallout), pushing prices to their highest since July 2015.
To the highest since July 2015…
As Bloomberg reports, Kurdish oil supplies may be in jeopardy as Turkey, Iran and the Iraqi central government in Baghdad sought to isolate the semi-autonomous Kurds as balloting began on Monday. Meanwhile, OPEC and its partners implemented more than 100 percent of their agreed cuts last month, OPEC Secretary-General Mohammad Barkindo said Friday in Vienna, providing more fuel to the oil rally.

This post was published at Zero Hedge on Sep 25, 2017.

One Down, Hundreds To Go?

Anthony Weiner got 21 months in prison for sexting a 15-year old.
That’s a good start. Now when will we see equally-vigorous looks into the dozens if not hundreds of other lawmakers that are also “interested” in people for sexual purposes that are not legally adults?
Oh, that would be never, right?
Uh huh……

This post was published at Market-Ticker on 2017-09-25.

Trump goes to war with NFL: what happened

There is a ton of news about what the current NFL protests mean, politically speaking. For the moment, I’m leaving that out. I want to take a different angle.
The first thing to know is that Donald Trump once played a key role in an upstart pro football league called the USFL, which lasted three seasons (1983-85) before it collapsed.
As the owner of the New Jersey Generals and the most powerful force in the League, Trump went up against the NFL. He wanted the USFL to schedule its games opposite the NFL starting in the fall, not the spring. Trump was a key player in suing the NFL for monopolistic practices.
The USFL won that suit, and was awarded the grand sum of…three dollars. Yes.
So The Donald has held a grudge against the NFL for a long time.
His recent tweets and statements, urging the league to take action against players disrespecting the National Anthem, urging teams to fire protesting players…all this has a history.
But there is a deeper story, and it emerges at a time when television ratings for the NFL have already been declining, and the television networks – especially ESPN – are carrying massive billion-dollar contracts with the NFL for the rights to broadcast games.

This post was published at Jon Rappoport on September 25, 2017.

Russia Blames US For Death Of Top General In Syria

The aerial photos of ISIS' territory north of #Deir_ez_Zor where #USA special operation troops are seen
— (@mod_russia) September 24, 2017

Shortly after Russia disclosed on Sunday that a top Russian military commander, Lieutenant General Valery Asapov – who was serving as one of Russia’s “military advisers” in Syria – was fatally wounded by an exploding shell in a mortar attack by ISIS terrorists, on Monday the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said that the ‘two-faced policy’ of the United States was to blame for the death of the Russian General in Syria.
‘The death of the Russian commander is the price, the bloody price, for two-faced American policy in Syria,’ Ryabkov told reporters, according to RIA.

This post was published at Zero Hedge on Sep 25, 2017.


A 22-year-old with a concealed carry license stopped a shooter at a Tennessee church after being ‘pistol-whipped’ in the face.
Robert Engle ‘physically engaged’ shooting suspect Emanuel K. Samson on Sunday, stopping a rampage that already had killed one and wounded seven other people, Nashville Police Chief Steve Anderson said during a news conference.
‘He’s the hero. He’s the person who stopped this madness,’ Anderson said.
Samson allegedly entered Burnette Chapel Church of Christ in Antioch, Tenn., around 11 a.m. CST and opened fire on more than 40 people inside. Samson had two firearms, according to police, but it’s unclear whether he used both weapons.

This post was published at The Daily Sheeple on SEPTEMBER 25, 2017.

SYRIA: Full Text of Syrian Deputy Prime Minister’s Speech at UNGA

21st Century Wire says…
Above the bluster and posturing of western world leaders at the UNGA, rose the voices from nations that are most under attack from these neo-colonialist entities…
Syrian Deputy Prime Minister, Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Moallem delivered a speech at the 72nd session of the UN General Assembly, in which he affirmed that Syria is marching steadily towards the goal of rooting out terrorism, and that any solution in Syria must respect Syria’s non-negotiable principles, which include the territorial unity of Syria and its people, and the rejection of any external interference.
Minister al-Moallem affirmed that Syria is determined to scale up reconciliation efforts, and that it is committed to the memorandum on de-escalation zones, the establishment of which is a temporary arrangement, adding that the Syrian government reaffirms its commitment to the Geneva process.
Following is the full text of the speech from SANA:
President of the seventy-second session of the United Nations General Assembly, I would like to congratulate you on your election as President of the current session of the General Assembly and wish you all the success. I would also like to thank your predecessor for his important role at the helm of the General Assembly during the previous session. I congratulate Mr. Antonio Guterres on his appointment as Secretary-General of the United Nations and wish him the best in carrying out his responsibilities in service of the principles and purposes of the UN Charter.

This post was published at 21st Century Wire on SEPTEMBER 25, 2017.

Turkey, Iraq Threaten “Military Intervention” As Iraqi Kurds Hold Independence Referendum

One day after a “Nightmare Victory” for Angela Merkel in the German elections, which has unleashed a nationalist “earthquake” in the Bundestag, on Monday in another closely watched election, polls opened in Iraq’s Kurdish-run provinces and disputed territories as Iraqi Kurds cast ballots in support for independence from Baghdad in a historic but non-binding and furiously challenged vote.
Millions are expected to vote on Monday across the three provinces that make up the Kurdish autonomous region, as well as residents in disputed territories – areas claimed by both Baghdad and the Kurds, including the oil-rich city of Kirkuk.
The vote is being carried out despite mounting regional opposition to the move, including virtually every neighboring nation, except the odd stance by Israel whose Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stunned the region when he commented specifically of the referendum on Sept 13 saying, “Israel supports the legitimate efforts of the Kurdish people to achieve their own state.”

This post was published at Zero Hedge on Sep 25, 2017.

Anthony Weiner Sentenced To 21 Months In Prison For Sexting A 15-Year-Old Girl

As previewed last week in “Prosecutors Demand 2-Year Prison Sentence For Anthony Weiner“, with Weiner having already agreed to serve prison time for sending explicit message to a teenage girl as described in painful detail in “Prosecutors Unveil Full Details Of Anthony Weiner’s Pedophilia” today’s sentencing was merely a formality.
And, as Reuters reports, moments ago, Weiner was sentenced to 21 months in prison for his latest, and hopefully final, breakout of pedophilia, which according to Hillary Clinton may have cost her the election (along with everything else).
A Buzzfeed reporter was an eyewitness to sentencing and had the following observations:
Weiner cries as he is sentenced to 21 months in prison with 3 years supervised release. Weiner also must pay $10,000 fine Weiner must surrender to prison by Nov 6 Weiner cries as he delivers statement: “I have a disease but I do not have an excuse” “If I had done the right thing I would not be standing before you today” – Weiner “The crime I committed was my rock bottom… I was a very sick man for a very long time” – Weiner

This post was published at Zero Hedge on Sep 25, 2017.