Election: Life against Death in the mind control machine of politics and media

When I first started writing about Donald Trump, I hammered on the fact that he was opposing the media and winning – and I said if he didn’t accomplish anything else along his swaggering path, that alone would be an unprecedented shocker. A major Presidential candidate putting the press in its place and not backing off.
I wrote that from 30 years of experience in the news business. So my perspective is deeper than average.
These execrable talking heads and print reporters of the mainstream are quite insane, you know – or they would be if they weren’t so sly. Their game is all about getting away with lying, with putting people’s attention on the wrong part of the story. They’re little demons who take delight in deceiving the public.
And THAT’S why they like the standard brand of political candidate. They all went to the same school. They all come from the same shit heap. They all wink and nudge and build the same fake sand castles and laugh about it. ‘Look, we fooled the idiots again.’ The idiots, of course, being the public.
This is who the press is. Forget their pose of honesty. It’s a sham. They’re the tricksters. This is how they obtain their energy.
THEY SEE NO OTHER WAY TO FIND ENERGY.
That’s the key.

This post was published at Jon Rappoport on October 11, 2016.

#HILLARYHATESAMERICANS TRENDING AFTER WIKILEAKS BOMBSHELL – HILLARY’S ADVISOR ADMITTED IN WRITING SHE HATES US ALL

Another reason the mainstream media has narrowed its focus on some decade-old Trump comments is a sad attempt to steer America clear of another damaging batch of 2016 Hillary campaign chair John Podesta’s emails courtesy of Wikileaks.
This time you can choose between an email showing that Hillary and her foundation took $25 million from Saudi Arabia even through the nation was knowingly funding ISIS:
According to a leaked Hillary Clinton email, Saudi Arabia was directly funding ISIS. They also gave $25 million to the Clinton Foundation. pic.twitter.com/3m390bBe1M
— Stefan Molyneux (@StefanMolyneux) October 11, 2016

This post was published at The Daily Sheeple on OCTOBER 11, 2016.

First Post-Debate Poll Gives Hillary A Significant Lead… And A Familiar Problem Emerges

On Tuesday afternoon, a joint NBC/WSJ poll revealed the first official polling results following Sunday’s contentious debate. It found that in a 4 way race, Hillary Clinton held on to a 9 point lead over Donald Trump, with the support of 46% of likely voters, while Trump has 37%, Gary Johnson has 8% and Jill Stein has 2%.

This post was published at Zero Hedge on Oct 11, 2016.

Civil War Breaks Out Between Donald Trump And Paul Ryan

Paul Ryan’s refusal to support Trump, while telling other GOP House members ‘you all need to do what’s best for you and your district,’ is tantamount to officially telling House members to choose sides in an all out civil war within the Republican party. Meanwhile, according to Bloomberg, Ryan’s spokeswoman AshLee Strong, basically conceded the presidential race saying that “the speaker is going to spend the next month focused entirely on protecting our congressional majorities”…something we suspect will be no easy task after taking steps that will most certainly fracture the Republican voter base.
Meanwhile, Trump has launched counter attacks against Ryan saying he “should spend more time on balancing the budget, jobs and illegal immigration and not waste time on fighting Republican nominee.”


This post was published at Zero Hedge on Oct 11, 2016.

Trump Unleashes On Republican Party In Furious Tweetstorm: “The Shackles Have Been Taken Off”

Despite winning the second debate in a landslide (every poll), it is hard to do well when Paul Ryan and others give zero support!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 11, 2016

As noted earlier, full blown civil war has broken out between Trump and and the GOP establishment in the face of Paul Ryan, and in a move that may have effectively pushed Trump into the independent camp, as so many GOP lawmakers appear to desire, this morning Donald Trump unleashed a furious tweetstorm in which he slams Ryan and the republican party, and says that “The Shackles Have Been Taken Off.”

This post was published at Zero Hedge on Oct 11, 2016.

War Cycle of Target – Sad to Say

All indications are now pointing to war between the USA and Russia. It appears the powers that be in Washington fear a Trump victory and he would end national building. The military needs to start a war now because if Trump were elected, he would not go along with this mess. Even Russian TV is talking about war in the aftermath of the collapse of cease-fire efforts in Syria. As the Obama Administration and Russia accused each other of sinking diplomacy, and Moscow is now increasing its military presence on all fronts moving nuclear weapons to the border with Poland and throughout the Baltic regions as well as in the in the Mediterranean, All nuclear agreements have been suspended for which Obama won the Noble Peace Prize if you really believe that BS for his nuclear non-proliferation treaty. Russian prime-time news is warning that the U. S. wants to provoke a conflict. I cannot say Russia is wrong. It is indeed the Obama Administration that appears hell-bent on starting war.
The cold war is back and ever since our War Cycle turned up in 2014, the escalation of a collapse in the relationship forged by Reagan began with the crisis over Ukraine in 2014 precisely on target. Russia invaded Syria precisely on the day of our turning point in the Economic Confidence Model, October 1st, 2015 (2015.75), which warned that this would be the primary focus for this current wave in the ECM going into 2020. At first, there appears to be some easing in the sanction imposed by Obama on Russia intended to compel the people to overthrow Putin. That stupid policy only emboldened Putin domestically raising his approval rating. Whatever hopes that the cold war would warm up is clearly delusional at best.

This post was published at Armstrong Economics on Oct 11, 2016.

“The Little People Have Had Enough” Nigel Farage Rages “…And They Want Change”

There are fewer than 30 days to go before the US presidential election. It is a campaign which mirrors many of the arguments and conflicts that we have seen recently in British politics, especially during the recent referendum campaign. Essentially, this election is about continuity versus change, with huge doses of personal vitriol thrown in.
When I arrived at the Republican Party convention in Cleveland, Ohio, back in July, I was amazed at the reaction to me over the Brexit result. Normally we follow trends in America, not the other way round, but it was clear that many of the delegates saw Brexit as an aspiration for what they see as the Trump ‘revolution’ against the Establishment. I met many others who were not delegates or political anoraks, who were also keen to talk about Brexit. A group of retired US Navy veterans told me we should have done it years ago. Others were less impressed and shouted at me in the streets. Indeed, this weekend while I was in St Louis, I received some proper abuse on the Washington University campus.

This post was published at Zero Hedge on Oct 11, 2016.

Something To Consider On The Presidential Race

Let me grant you that Donald Trump is a big dick.
He’s an Alpha Male. He talks like one. He walks like one. He is one.
Now let me point out a few things to you which you may not want to hear — but are nonetheless true.
The world is full of Alpha Males who want to kill this nation and everyone in it — including both you and I. Some of them will require provocation to start killing, others (such as ISIS) already believe they have plenty of provocation and are either looking for an opportunity or actively plotting to create one.
One of the people in this category is Vlad. Witness his exploits with a 20-ish gymnast, which he makes no apology for. Witness the S-300V missiles; highly advanced, mobile, and nothing in our current air arsenal, from fighter plane to high-altitude spycraft, has a high probability of survival against it. It can engage not only aircraft but also ballistic missiles, making it an “all-threat” weapon system. There are reports that Russia has deployed these units into Syria where they are very capable of shooting down anything that flies. All the rhetoric about the US “imposing” a no-fly zone from Hillary is just that — rhetoric — as Putin already has the means right there to shoot down anything in the air he does not want to see flying in that part of the world.
Then there are those who are part of ISIS. Clearly, someone who picks up a rifle, walks into an office party and starts shooting is a gigantic dick. So are those who pick up rifles and walk into a theater in Europe, doing the same thing, who blow up buildings, plant IEDs, set off carbombs and fly airplanes into civilian office towers and the Pentagon.

This post was published at Market-Ticker on 2016-10-10.

East Coast Devastated by Matthew; Trump Kicks Clinton and Cooper in the Can

The following video was published by The Daily Sheeple on Oct 10, 2016
Joe Joseph goes over the latest news with regard to Hurricane Matthew. People were caught woefully unprepared for this event. Joe goes over some basic things you can do to prepare for any and all cataclysms. The election took center stage, Sunday night… and it quickly devolved into a circus sideshow! Tune in to hear Trump’s Reagan moment! The mainstream media is pulling out all the stops to try and get the most un-electable candidate ever (Shillary) electable.

Why Hillary Clinton Is Not Like Edward Snowden

Last night’s presidential debate was the latest episode in what appears to be a prolonged infomercial for Hans-Hermann Hoppe’s Democracy: The God that Failed. One of the rare libertarian highlights of the 2016 campaign, however, came when Donald Trump called for a special prosecutor in the case of Hillary Clinton’s unprecedented recklessness with her private e-mail server. While this issue obviously is minor in the face of America’s insane monetary policy, or horrific foreign policy, a key tenant of any libertarian society is the idea of a rule of law, rather than the law of rulers.
As such, it’s astonishing to see Will Wilkinson of the nominally libertarian Niskanen Center describe Trump’s suggestion as ‘dictator talk.’ Explains Wilkinson:
[I]t’s not Mr. Trump’s open contempt for the norms of liberal democracy that made my blood run cold. It was the applause that came after. It is the fact that it’s no longer assured that you automatically lose a presidential debate in which you promise to jail your political rival.
If it will help warm Mr. Wilkinson up, I would suggest that the reason Mr. Trump’s statement was met with great applause – not only in the debate room but on social media worldwide – is not simply that Secretary Clinton is Trump’s ‘political rival,’ but that she is a perfect example of obscene political privilege.
As Judge Andrew Napolitano has explained numerous times, it is clear that there exists enough publicly available information to indict Hillary Clinton. As he wrote in the immediate aftermath of the FBI announcing its decision to not prosecute:

This post was published at Ludwig von Mises Institute on Oct 10, 2016.

‘One Look Admits So Much Guilt’: Bill Clinton’s Reaction As Trump Names Ex-Pres Rape Victims

The debate became an all out forum for both candidates to attack each other.
Though the appearance of civility and the general drama of the election means that much is being held back, the Clinton’s are having much of their sordid and disreputable past thrown back in their face publicly.
Such is the price for seeking power.
But perhaps no one in American political history – or anyone since Roman times – has been so widely accused of misbehavior, and yet remained in the political spotlight as Bill Clinton, and his enabler wife.
Trump brought rape victims and Bill Clinton accusers Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones to the debate, alongside Kathy Shelton – whom Hillary Clinton laughed about being raped at 12-years old as a defense attorney, as she deflected prosecution for her client, who she clearly believed was a rapist.
Just before the debate, Donald Trump and hosted a press conference, where these four women issued statements not only against Bill Clinton, but against Hillary Clinton. Issuing support for Trump, Juanita Broaddrick stated succinctly, ‘Bill Clinton raped me and Hillary Clinton threatened me.’


This post was published at shtfplan on October 10th, 2016.

An Angry Trump Responds To Paul Ryan

Paul Ryan should spend more time on balancing the budget, jobs and illegal immigration and not waste his time on fighting Republican nominee
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 10, 2016

When earlier today House speaker Paul Ryan came as close as he possibly could to washing his hands of Donald Trump saying that he “won’t defend Trump and will focus the next 28 days on keeping the House majority”, he made a new enemy.
As a reminder, the country’s top Republican told House lawmakers Monday that he won’t rescind his endorsement of Trump, according to three people on a GOP conference call, but instead said he would focus on defending the Republican majority in the House, telling members, ‘You all need to do what’s best for you in your district,’ according to a person who was on the call.

This post was published at Zero Hedge on Oct 10, 2016.

Trump Lives to Fight Another Day Thanks To Just Five Words

Going into last night’s debate Trump’s candidacy had all but been declared officially dead by the mainstream media as well as many politicians in his own party. But, with 5 little words, “because you’d be in jail“, Trump managed to shift the media cycle to the debate performance and away from his “lewd comments” made 11 years ago.
Trump came into the debate with nothing to lose and, as such, was aggressive throughout the night with numerous sarcastic interruptions of Hillary and the moderators. You could say that the “let Trump be Trump” strategy was back in full force and it was effective. As The Hill pointed out, the prime exchange that drew the most reaction from viewers came when Trump promised to seek a special prosecutor, if he were elected, to probe Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of State.
Clinton responded to that comment by calling into question Trump’s temperament saying it’s “awfully good that someone with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the law in our country.”
Unfortunately for Hillary, that turned out to be a huge mistake because it teed up Trump’s ‘because you’d be in jail’ retort which is the line that most people will be talking about today.


This post was published at Zero Hedge on Oct 10, 2016.

High Alert: the election can still be rigged

I’m reposting this piece because, amazingly, the vote-rigging system it describes has not gotten widespread attention. The system can be used across the entire US.
As we know, there are a number of ways to rig an election. Bev Harris, atblackboxvoting.org, is exploring a specific ‘cheat sheet’ that has vast implications for the Trump vs. Hillary contest.
It’s a vote-counting system called GEMS.
I urge you to dive into her multi-part series, Fraction Magic. Here are key Harris quotes. They’re all shockers:
‘Our testing [of GEMS] shows that one vote can be counted 25 times, another only one one-thousandth of a time, effectively converting some votes to zero.’
‘This report summarizes the results of our review of the GEMS election management system, which counts approximately 25 percent of all votes in the United States. The results of this study demonstrate that a fractional vote feature is embedded in each GEMS application which can be used to invisibly, yet radically, alter election outcomes by pre-setting desired vote percentages to redistribute votes. This tampering is not visible to election observers, even if they are standing in the room and watching the computer. Use of the decimalized vote feature is unlikely to be detected by auditing or canvass procedures, and can be applied across large jurisdictions in less than 60 seconds.’

This post was published at Jon Rappoport on October 10, 2016.

Paul Ryan Tells House GOP He Will Not Defend Or Campaign With Donald Trump

BREAKING– @SpeakerRyan tells house republicans he won't defend trump and will focus the next 29 days on keeping the house majority.
— Jake Sherman (@JakeSherman) October 10, 2016

Heading into Monday, there was speculation that Speaker Paul Ryan would rescind his endorsement of Donald Trump after the emergence of the Trump Tapes, following an exodus of his lawmaker peers doing the same over the weekend. The Speaker had a conference call scheduled for 11 a.m. on Monday with House Republican, to assess Donald Trump’s debate performance and advise rank-and-file Republicans on how to deal with fallout from leaked audio.

This post was published at Zero Hedge on Oct 10, 2016.

Trump Won the Debate – What Does it Mean?

Trump and Clinton mainly treated the audience and their questions as an annoying interlude to their dispute, flashing fake smiles before launching into their next tirade. Both candidates came off like divorcing parents interrupted by their concerned kids, thus angering them further. The final questioner even asked Clinton and Trump to say something nice about each other.
It was sad and it was a bit scary.
Did Trump win? It’s hard to say if such a debate, where two ultra-rich New Yorkers yell at each other about tax avoidance can be won – but if it can then Trump did win, in my view. He won by hammering home every point repeatedly, commandeering the town hall’s narrative and forcing Clinton constantly on the defensive at every opportunity. Trump won by sucking up all the oxygen in the debate hall. He won by taking the debate to the absolute maximum of serious, alarming accusations and showing how Clinton would only respond to it by saying mean things he had said.
Trump may be a king of flip flopping, but he still made Clinton look worse. This debate will be seen as a particularly big win for Trump among voters unimpressed by the media’s perceived crusade against their beloved real estate tycoon.
– From The Hill article: Trump Plays the Berserk Card for the Win
With his back completely up against the wall and everything on the line, Trump did exactly what he had to do last night to stay in the game and shift enough people’s attention away from the damaging audio released on Friday. Trump’s primary purpose in this debate couldn’t have been to shift the entire election back in his favor, that would’ve been virtually impossible outside of Hillary literally collapsing on stage. His primary objective was to stem the bleeding, and provide justification to those still open to the idea of ‘voting against Hillary Clinton’ in this election. I think he did that.

This post was published at Liberty Blitzkrieg on Oct 10, 2016.