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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 01-19-2017

(01-19-2017, 02:43 AM)Vianova Wrote: #1,947

Yesterday, 05:43 am (This post was last modified: Yesterday, 05:45 am by Vianova.)
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meanwhile,
George Huh?  Cry
Georgia #1,947  Georgia
Quote:You have to turn your own lightbulb on. ©stevo25 & rhw007

Oh say can you see...?
Why the lights don't dim when we blink

January 19, 2017 by Yasmin Anwar



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Blinking steadies our gaze, a new study finds. Credit: Stephen McNally
Every few seconds, our eyelids automatically shutter and our eyeballs roll back in their sockets. So why doesn't blinking plunge us into intermittent darkness and light? New research led by the University of California, Berkeley, shows that the brain works extra hard to stabilize our vision despite our fluttering eyes.







Scientists at UC Berkeley, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, Université Paris Descartes and Dartmouth College have found that blinking does more than lubricate dry eyes and protect them from irritants. In a study published in today's online edition of the journal Current Biology, they found that when we blink, our brain repositions our eyeballs so we can stay focused on what we're viewing.
When our eyeballs roll back in their sockets during a blink, they don't always return to the same spot when we reopen our eyes. This misalignment prompts the brain to activate the eye muscles to realign our vision, said study lead author Gerrit Maus, an assistant professor of psychology at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. He launched the study as a postdoctoral fellow in UC Berkeley's Whitney Laboratory for Perception and Action.
"Our eye muscles are quite sluggish and imprecise, so the brain needs to constantly adapt its motor signals to make sure our eyes are pointing where they're supposed to," Maus said. "Our findings suggest that the brain gauges the difference in what we see before and after a blink, and commands the eye muscles to make the needed corrections."
From a big-picture perspective, if we didn't possess this powerful oculomotor mechanism, particularly when blinking, our surroundings would appear shadowy, erratic and jittery, researchers said.
"We perceive coherence and not transient blindness because the brain connects the dots for us," said study co-author David Whitney, a psychology professor at UC Berkeley.
"Our brains do a lot of prediction to compensate for how we move around in the world," said co-author Patrick Cavanagh, a professor of psychological and brain sciences at Dartmouth College. "It's like a steadicam of the mind."
A dozen healthy young adults participated in what Maus jokingly called "the most boring experiment ever." Study participants sat in a dark room for long periods staring at a dot on a screen while infrared cameras tracked their eye movements and eye blinks in real time.
Every time they blinked, the dot was moved one centimeter to the right. While participants failed to notice the subtle shift, the brain's oculomotor system registered the movement and learned to reposition the line of vision squarely on the dot.
After 30 or so blink-synchronized dot movements, participants' eyes adjusted during each blink and shifted automatically to the spot where they predicted the dot to be.

"Even though participants did not consciously register that the dot had moved, their brains did, and adjusted with the corrective eye movement," Maus said. "These findings add to our understanding of how the brain constantly adapts to changes, commanding our muscles to correct for errors in our bodies' own hardware." ©stevo25 & rhw007



Explore further: Scientists discover a distinct new way in which we move our eyes

More information: Current BiologyDOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2016.12.029 

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 01-20-2017

Trump may not be a Churchillian speaker, but what I have just seen may transcend any political extravaganza theater that has ever been on the American scene.
When Trump's family stood at Lincoln's feet in a group looking up at him while the band played the Battle Hymn of the Republic, it just made me want to stand up and cheer!
I don't know who choreographed his event at the National Mall, but it was a Doosey!
Eat your heart out Hollywood! That pack of Piss-Ants who chose to be absent were not missed by any means!

Yeah America! Great start! Makes you believe he knows how to delegate to perfection!


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 01-20-2017

...
Don't Blink ... Just Run, 
ISIS Ghouls in Libya get a special Fly  Hi  Bye  from Obama on his way out.


http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/susan-jones/dod-obama-orders-bombing-2-isis-camps-libya-overnight
DOD: Obama Orders Bombing of 2 ISIS Camps in Libya Overnight
Quote:President Obama authorized "precision airstrikes in Libya last night," 
destroying two ISIS camps near the city of Sirte, 
the Defense Department announced on Thursday morning.

This action was authorized by the president as an extension of the successful operation 
the U.S. military conducted last year to support Libyan forces in freeing Sirte from ISIL control.”

"Initial estimates indicate that the air strikes killed more than 80 ISIL fighters, 
many of whom had converged there, 
after fleeing from local partner forces who had cleared Sirte last month, with our help."

Carter said the strikes were directated aginst ISIS' external plotters, 

"who were activelly planning operations aginst our allies in Europe."



Obama deserves his round of applause by leaving office with a military action on ISIS,
using B-2 Strealth bombers and follow up drones.
Somewhat sets the stage for Trump to step up and follow suit in a stronger fashion.




Quote:U.S. drones "cleaned up" 
the operation by launching hellfire missiles Applause
that killed a several of ISIS fighters trying to run to safety. 

ISIS
Don't Blink ... Just Run

... it's tough to hide out in the desert ... sitting sand ducks ... 
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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 01-20-2017

It begs the question why Obama had to authorize any strike like that
instead of a standing order allowing more immediate command to give the order.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 01-20-2017

...
...
I am watching the inauguration this morning,
Hillary is there dwarfed in the background but smiling while hiding her embarrassment.
GW Bushtard is there telling goofy jokes as the rest of the dignitaries smile and quickly evade monkeytime.

Jimmy Carter is there, he is a good man.
Obama and biden were exchanging jokes and pleasantries on their way to the stage.
Pence went out of his way to graciously shake hands with many people that opposed him.

Melania is very interesting, and she will be the most dynamic and flamboyant First Lady ever.
She is pleasant to look at, and she always surpises you when she speaks.
She will adapt, build courage, and be a great first lady.

My friends are there in the crowd somewhere, happy as can be,
and yesterday they were clowning around the Capitol taking pictures.
they sent me one,
and I have an idea that what he is expressing in his street relaxation mode is one of relief,
and they are both happy campers.

http://i.imgur.com/v5lGWk3.jpg?1

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DJT is the finally the president.

Applause
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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 01-20-2017

George M Cohan made an appearance today.
It was a day of Patriotism in all things, and nobody did it much better than George.

Yankee Doodle Dandy was bound to show up! And it did! In the Parade!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8wxb-wwQnA

Love this stuff!


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 01-20-2017

Congrats America.

I had to work today...I couldn't take it off,still reviewing the days awesome events and non-events even.

I was walking backwards and looking forwards to this day.

Kudos for the thread Vianova.

I think this is more than The United Fates of America now.

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I have commented many times as a Canuck to the issue and am Glad you got your country back.

Now Keep it.

Like the promise that America is to the world.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 01-22-2017

...
CNN is slobbering all over the Women's Day March and the global accompaniment.
New York Times fed into the same game, same song and dance.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/21/us/womens-march.html?_r=0
‘We’re Not Going Away’: 
Women’s March Highlights as Huge Crowds Protest Trump

Quote:Hundreds of thousands of women gathered in Washington on Saturday 
in a kind of counterinauguration after President Trump took office on Friday. 
A range of speakers and performers cutting across generational lines rallied near the Capitol 
before marchers made their way toward the White House.

They were joined by crowds in cities across the country:

 In Chicago, 
the size of a rally so quickly outgrew early estimates 
that the march that was to follow was canceled for safety. 

In Manhattan, Fifth Avenue became a river of pink hats, 
while in downtown Los Angeles, even before the gathering crowd stretched itself out to march, 
it was more than a quarter mile deep on several streets.


The NYT had huge images of the crowds in several cities available.
I found this one to be the most interesting.
These are called the pink pussy hats ... for real.

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Then Snagglepussy herself {Clinton} tweets:
Quote:Thanks for standing, speaking & marching for our values @womensmarch. 
Important as ever. 
I truly believe we're always Stronger Together.


She was wise to keep it short and sweet, and probably expected to by Democrats in power.
They want her to disappear quietly.
The other Snagglepussy Elizabeth Warren is doing all the tough talking now.


Quote:.In a speech in Boston, Ms. Warren, a Democratic senator from Massachusetts, 
said fundamental freedoms, 
like abortion rights and gay marriage, 
could be at stake under Mr. Trump’s Supreme Court.

“We can whimper, we can whine or we can fight back,” she said, 
as demonstrators in pink hats waved American flags. 
“Me, I’m here to fight back.”

“We believe in science,” Ms. Warren said, 
adding, 
“we know that climate change is real.” 
A police officer patrolling the rally pumped his fists in agreement. Lol

“We also believe that immigration makes this country a stronger country,” Ms. Warren said. 
“We will not build a stupid wall and we will not tear millions of families apart.”

“You know, I could do this all day,” she added, to laughs and cheers. 

“But we gotta march.”


CNN calls it the Global Protest Against Trump,
as they try to boost morale Rofl  in their newsroom shows with today's women's march. 

Even Anderson Cry  Stupor began to look all hang dog lately.

Van "Big Hands" Jones Naughty  has been promoted to makiing news specials,
and
Don Lemon Cow
is still the master of repeating the words ... um, yes, um ummhmm um oh yes, oh, um,
while his boring guests blather on with meaningless bullshit. 
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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 01-22-2017

What a sore sight for good eyes.
Thankfully the background is out of focus. LilD 

All the hot chicks must be   Arrow  republicans.

Except for the one front and center holding up the fist I bet the whole lot of 'em haven't been grabbed by the pussy in a loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooong time. 

Thankfully Madonna is happy Cher's old snatch ain't up for grabs... Cry  Can't get get a Sonny Boner with that much plastic surgery
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'70's TV Skank meets 80's MTV Skank

Hillary knows Bill thinks he's Don Juan,heh!
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Melania won't be one bit jealous that Don Won keeps checking out Lady Liberty's ample assets!

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 01-22-2017

Black lives matter, PC, White privilege, and all the apologists for same, just haven't got it that the vote for Trump, was in large part a vote to kick all those agendas out the door.

People want to raise their chins and just say no! We've had enough of the crap!
The worst of El B J's Great Society has had it's chance, and those who were to benefit the most from it's inception have not shown the ability to profit from the massive amounts of the Dole that has been lavished on them for the last 50 years. Were another 50 years and twice as much offered, they would still center the blame for their failures on anyone but themselves.

Let them put their shoulder to the wheel as the rest of us do, carry their share of the load, and be part of the American dream, instead of it's curse, then the whiny, crybaby part of that society will have reason to be as proud as are their numbers who have stood up to do the right and necessary thing to succeed.

As to the cops...Black and White...shooting too many Blacks...COMPLY when told to do so, and that problem 'criminals' cause themselves, would disappear for the most part, and in short order.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 01-25-2017

...
The mounting media resistance to Trump is is doing everything it can,
to slam flunk his presidency relentlously on every move he makes.

I don't particularly care for some of his fast political moves today,
and I am resigned to the impending melee of his presidency.
I expect to see the nation rip itself to pieces in rising resistance and protests.

The most amusing move {and concerning} was today's blackout of the EPA  Lol

Here is a newspaper dedicated to trash Trump into the grave.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2017/01/23/trump-administration-tells-epa-to-freeze-all-grants-contracts/?utm_term=.f9e288191dd1
Trump admin orders EPA contract freeze and media blackout 


It is now called the Environmental Procrastination Agency  Whip

I don't think that is a good thing, but it was no secret that this was coming from Trump.
Then Trump renewed the oil pipelines and several ancient Dakota Indian chiefs rolled over in their graves.
Trump isn't even flinching at the impending protests coming at him.

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-pipeline-idUSKBN15820N

Quote:U.S. President Donald Trump signed orders on Tuesday 
smoothing the path for the controversial Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines 
in a move to expand energy infrastructure 
and roll back key Obama administration environmental actions.


It will be the million Indian march on Dakota Access Oil? ... yea, that's a mild rascist joke.
It will be a mess, that is for certain.

CNN news jews were gagging and choking on the cost of The Wall that Trump promised today.
They say it cannot be paid for,
and of course calling out Trump to collect from Mexico. Lol

The CNN braindead Democrat infestation of bobble heads that they propped up on stage today,
prime timing for their impending perpetual shit staining of Trump's wall,
claims it will cost 50 billion dollars.

Well... heck ... Hmm2 ...  I bet it will be 250 billion $ to build 15 years from now.

The Wall just got a little bit higher  Reefer

Then there was the issue of ...Medicare Privatization ... today on the HHS nominee hearings.

It's going to be a wild ride on the Trump roller coaster.
Get a good seat belt if you want to ride in the fast lane of the Trump Love Boat presidency,
or just sit back and watch it all from the sidelines,
as the forces in the shadows do everything they can to sink his ship. 
...


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 01-25-2017


Quote:Sound Logic

Town cryer:
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Hear yea, Holycowsmile  Here yeah!  LilD 


Lay that foundation 
Set the cornerstone
Build a sonic temple
mortar harmonic tone

Build up a wall
A sonic wall of Sound
never ever fall
a tonic sensesurround
USA! USA! USA!
This is the sound of All Ma'at @ that. -Clayton Spencer Ireland


https://www.congress.gov/bill/109th-congress/house-bill/6061

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H.R.6061 - Secure Fence Act of 2006109th Congress (2005-2006)
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(This measure has not been amended since it was passed by the House on September 14, 2006. The summary of that version is repeated here.)
Secure Fence Act of 2006 - Directs the Secretary of Homeland Security, within 18 months of enactment of this Act, to take appropriate actions to achieve operational control over U.S. international land and maritime borders, including: (1) systematic border surveillance through more effective use of personnel and technology, such as unmanned aerial vehicles, ground-based sensors, satellites, radar coverage, and cameras; and (2) physical infrastructure enhancements to prevent unlawful border entry and facilitate border access by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, such as additional checkpoints, all weather access roads, and vehicle barriers.
Defines "operational control" as the prevention of all unlawful U.S. entries, including entries by terrorists, other unlawful aliens, instruments of terrorism, narcotics, and other contraband.
Directs the Secretary to report annually to Congress on border control progress.
Amends the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 to direct the Secretary to provide at least two layers of reinforced fencing, installation of additional physical barriers, roads, lighting, cameras, and sensors extending: (1) from ten miles west of the Tecate, California, port of entry to ten miles east of the Tecate, California, port of entry; (2) from ten miles west of the Calexico, California, port of entry to five miles east of the Douglas, Arizona, port of entry (requiring installation of an interlocking surveillance camera system by May 30, 2007, and fence completion by May 30, 2008); (3) from five miles west of the Columbus, New Mexico, port of entry to ten miles east of El Paso, Texas; (4) from five miles northwest of the Del Rio, Texas, port of entry to five miles southeast of the Eagle Pass, Texas, port of entry; and (5) 15 miles northwest of the Laredo, Texas, port of entry to the Brownsville, Texas, port of entry (requiring fence completion from 15 miles northwest of the Laredo, Texas, port of entry to 15 southeast of the Laredo, Texas, port of entry by December 31, 2008).
States that if an area has an elevation grade exceeding 10% the Secretary may use other means to secure such area, including surveillance and barrier tools.
Directs the Secretary to: (1) study and report to the House Committee on Homeland Security and the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs on the necessity, feasibility, and economic impact of constructing a state-of-the-art infrastructure security system along the U.S. northern international land and maritime border; and (2) evaluate and report to such Committees on U.S. Customs and Border Protection authority (and possible expansion of authority) to stop fleeing vehicles that enter the United States illegally, including related training, technology, and equipment reviews.



RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 01-26-2017

...
Let's try something of the wall here,
and go back to the ... Hmm2 ... first Cold War Whip

You know, 
Nikita Kruschev pounding his shoe at the UN and so on and so forth.

Americans had their perceptions driven by American propaganda just like today,
but back then the Cold War was more ... freshly chilling Uhoh
and today,
the populations are more psychologically adapted to the constant threat,
seeing how we are in Cold War II for the last decade.

I am going through my art stash to sell off some of it,
and I decided to get this one imaged and ready.

This is a Russian American painter -- Benjamin Vaganov.
The Russian government once acquired one of his Russian theme paintings for a museum.
His rare works are never seen, like this rare one.
I got to cherry pick this one and the best vaganov ever painted called Dance of Fear,'
another Russian Cold War era masterpiece,
right from the estate collection. 
I tried to get more of his better paintings,
but the entire remainder got purchased by a collector from Chicago and have disappeared.

this is titled:
How We View The Enemy  
{chained to their ideology while paranoid and on their way to a communist work day} ca 1960 about

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 01-26-2017

I've remember the Cuban Missile Crisis...
some dumb fuck in class shouts "I HOPE THERE'S A WAR!!!".
Then we had a duck n' cover bomb drill...
a girl wet her pants...and later we called her "Yellow River".

I had a Mad Magazine and my teacher found it
and ripped it up in class and yelled "THIS IS A COMMUNIST MAGAZINE!!!"

In high school we had a class on Communism,
followed by another class on nuclear war (blast overpressure, bomb shelter construction, fallout, etc)
Somewhere I've still got a certificate with a gold printed mushroom cloud.

I asked my Dad if he ever thought of building a bomb shelter.
He got a contorted expression and mumbled "no".

The CD fallout shelter  we were assigned to was in the basement
of an state insane asylum.

oh yeah...and one winter we were told not to eat the snow...

atmospheric Split_spawn


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 01-26-2017

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Quote:I had a Mad Magazine and my teacher found it

and ripped it up in class and yelled "THIS IS A COMMUNIST MAGAZINE!!!"


Lol


Trump tells the Mexican president -- via Tweet --
"If you don't want to pay for the wall, 
you might as well cancel Hi  the meeting"


Rofl


The Mexican president ... cancels the meeting.


The TV news is all day Trump this and Trump that.

CNN has Pee Wee Berman back on stage with Kate "Dutch Boy" Bolduan,
and their whole show is basically the Trash Trump Hour.

Trump wants to reinstitute torture --- waterboarding etc.

He just makes trouble for himself that is quite unnecessary sometimes,
in Big Dog's Bite  
is going to be worse than his bark, showboating.

It's a daily melee of American mindfuck on the network news channels.

Tomorrow will be another full day of rock-n-roll roller coaster rides.

...


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 01-26-2017

I think Trump putting the question of torture out there
is another of his personal vetting routine to scope out Gen. Mattis and others...
possibly he's also trying to find out about "black prisons".


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 01-27-2017

I relocated a Provincial Court Judge and his family again today and on this third move involving him , over time, Today I learned from his wife that their son is currently in university studying political science and he happened to be present at the new locale.

Blah,blah,blah until I asked the son about his views on the U.S. election ,trump etc...

He said his professor and others in the field have 'never seen anything like it'...blah blah,blah...

When asked by me if he thinks this is a perfect 'case-study' he agreed it was.

Minutes into this conversation they in turn made the mistake of asking my opinion... Doh

Long story short.

I gave them the most politically incorrect synopsis of the whole deal in America ever---from my personal perspective.

Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyy too much for the student.
He 'all of a sudden had to be 'sum-where' and left about a  minute after the judge said :

Gee... "You're a real right-winger"

My response destroyed that premise and in just over sixty seconds I encapsulated everything from Hillary Past and present to the World's most important document ever set in ink.

Like the Constitution of America I left an indelible mark on their memory today.

The Judge thanked me @ the end of the day and tipped me handsomely enough to buy my beer ,cigs and joint I just smoked.

The moral of the story In their head not mine is it Ain't about TRUMP.

He's just an instrument that distracts weak minds from the Document and article of Law.

And with the numerous cases of various booze I carted in I told him :

If I bring in another box of booze I'm gonna coin a new phrase--- Drink like a Judge.

I'm having a beer on him.

He's likely having one himself as I type.

His son is probably drinking away the pain that his father was listening to an idiot.


Because I made sense that he was paying LARGE to study.

Just another day at the office. Beer


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - rhw007 - 01-28-2017

(01-27-2017, 11:18 PM)EA Wrote: My response destroyed that premise and in just over sixty seconds I encapsulated everything from Hillary Past and present to the World's most important document ever set in ink.

Like the Constitution of America I left an indelible mark on their memory today.

The Judge thanked me @ the end of the day and tipped me handsomely enough to buy my beer ,cigs and joint I just smoked.

The moral of the story In their head not mine is it Ain't about TRUMP.

He's just an instrument that distracts weak minds from the Document and article of Law.

And with the numerous cases of various booze I carted in I told him :

If I bring in another box of booze I'm gonna coin a new phrase--- Drink like a Judge.

Because I made sense that he was paying LARGE to study.

Just another day at the office. Beer

Great Real Life Story thanx for sharing...

"Drink like a Judge"

Kewl new euphemism Applause  


Bob... Ninja Alien2


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 01-28-2017

Ea...you're a subject of The British Empire.
You therefore aren't part of the EU anymore.
Soon you won't be a part of NAFTA et al
Are you sympathetic to the Quebecois separatist movement 
or do you speak with an insufferable English accent,
or are you deplorable? Damned


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Fsbirdhouse - 01-28-2017

He may be all or none of those things in his heart, but he IS part of this little family, and years ago we all became
"The Contemptibles". Some might say Extreme Fringe, but as for myself, I'd rather be Contemptible.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 01-28-2017

The thing is...Canada never had a Tea Party.
They paid their taxes as loyal subjects of The Crown.
To this day they pay fealty to..................HER MAJESTY !!!


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 01-28-2017

Moi? Doh KR

I'm just a dude who can judge a Judge.
no friend or enemy that holds a grudge.
Browse NYT while I am reading  Drudge.
All ma'at @ that Swamp drained sludge.

" an insufferable English accent,"

You mean... like Piers Morgan???

Nope.
I sound like me I suppose.

The French Canadiens could no more disentangle than The French in Loiusianna.

On the subject of Britain I am a Metis.

On the Subject of this thread I am pro Trump.

From Jimmy Carter until now I have worried for the USA.

I feel better now that the Disaster of Globalism is getting their asses kicked.





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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 01-28-2017

Maybe a study of the relationship between hibernation and cabin fever is called for,
since Canadians have such a high incidence of stress disorder-induced responses,
which, although psychosomatic or hypochondriacally based, may, never the less,
be ameliorated by ingesting compounds derived from Cannabis sativa.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 01-28-2017

I certainly can't speak for the rest of the country on your issue.

Itz rather difficult to get cabin fever when you are sum one like myself.

I'm a mover  Doh I work 6 days a week.
I am always simultaneously out/indoors in someone else's "cabin" every day.

If there are people here that don't get outdoors much , it ain't me.
In fact where eye go...the door is usualy taken off itz hinge-pins because it gets in my way.

A sub-zero temps I wish I was cooped up in a warm house,trust me.
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By the way... Itz Canada's 150th Birthday on July 1st.

We're like a younger step- kid brother to Your older nation.

We look up to you except for on a wall map.

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 01-28-2017

"You said Canada is a 'constitutional monarchy'", I said, as I vetted your allegiance.
"Just what acts are you willing to carry out...
ACTS WHICH MAY BE INIMICABLE TO THE INTERESTS OF THE USA???"
...out of self-radicalization born out of a fanatical belief that...
and I'm sure you'll correct me...
The Sun Never Sets On Great Britain ?"


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 01-28-2017

HOW TO DEFEAT THE GLOBALIST SYSTEM
Trump alone won't save us, but parallel societies might
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In my last two articles, [url=http://www.alt-market.com/articles/3107-how-globalists-predict-your-behavior]‘How Globalists Predict Your Behavior’ and ‘How To Predict The Behavior Of Globalists’, I explained the base fundamentals behind a concept with which most people are unfamiliar.
They are so unfamiliar with it, in fact, that I didn’t bother to name it. In this article I hope to explain it, but I highly recommend people read the previous articles in this series before moving forward.
What I outlined, essentially, was a beginners course on 4th Generation Warfare. This methodology is difficult to summarize, but here I will list what I believe are some of its core tenets.

Fourth Gen warfare is based on a primary lesson within Sun Tzu’s The Art Of War. Sun Tzu argues in the classical military tome that the greatest strategists win wars by NOT fighting, or at least, by not fighting their opponents openly and directly. That is to say, they win by convincing their opponents that fighting back is futile and that surrender is preferable, or, they convince their opponents to destroy themselves through internal conflict and psychological sabotage. Sun Tzu felt this method was far superior to engaging in direct combat in a real world battle space.
While this might sound bizarre to some, it is becoming more and more apparent (in my view) that 4th Gen warfare is now the go-to weapon for globalists. Defeating the system established by the globalists, a system prevalent for decades, is an impossible task unless 4th Gen warfare is understood.
A classic example of a tried and true form of 4th Gen attack is to initiate a civil war within a target population, and in most cases, control the leadership on both sides of that conflict. Another method is to conjure an enemy, an outside threat which may be legitimate or entirely fabricated, and use that enemy to push a target population to unify under a particular banner that benefits the globalist cabal in the long run. Fourth Gen requires patience above all else.
In fact, I would say 4th Gen is the weaponization of patience.

A 4th Gen attack is not carried out over days, or months, but years. To find a comparable experience is difficult, but I would suggest people who have the tenacity set out to learn how military snipers operate. Can you train for years mastering long distance marksmanship, crawl for hours from an insertion point to an observation point, then sit in a hole in the ground (if you are lucky enough to have a hole in the ground) for days waiting to take just one shot, perhaps the only important shot you will ever take in combat, at a vital target, and do it with certainty that you will not miss?

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The amount of planning, intense precision and foresight that goes into a sniper operation is much like the kind of effort and calm needed to complete a 4th Gen psy-ops mission. This kind of warfare is dominated by the “think tanks”, and anyone hoping to counter such tactics look into the history of one particular think tank — RAND Corporation, and their premier psy-ops tool — rational choice theory.

Whenever I hear someone argue that a conspiracy of globalists could not exist because “such plans would be too elaborate and require too much power to carry out in real life,” I have to laugh and bring up RAND, which has had almost limitless funding from globalist foundations like the Ford Foundation and was built specifically to develop not only next gen weapons, but 4th Gen psychological warfare schemes. RAND’s influence is everywhere, from politics, to the social sciences, to military applications and even in Hollywood. After studying their efforts for many years now I can say that these people are indeed smart. Some of them may not be aware of the greater consequences as they war game ideas for dominating the public, and some of them are undoubtedly morally bankrupt, but they are still smart, and should not be underestimated.
Another reference point I would suggest to researchers would be a document called From Psyop To Mindwar: The Psychology Of Victorywritten by Michael Aquino and Paul Vallely for the Pentagon. In it, they make it clear that the methods of 4th Generation warfare are not limited to foreign enemies. In fact, they are recommended for use by governments against their own populations. Again, the thrust of the methodology was to manipulate a target population into subduing itself, so that force was not necessary. Aquino and Vallely note that this would be a better outcome for everyone involved, because it would help to avoid the bloodshed of insurgency and counterinsurgency.
I am skeptical that these people care at all about bloodshed or collateral damage, but I do think they would very much like the process of totalitarian centralization to be less tedious. The elites hope to streamline tyranny by convincing the public that globalization must be embraced for “the greater good of the greater number.” But, in order to accomplish this vast change in society and the collective unconscious, they need crisis and calamity. They see themselves as creators, but for them, creation is about destruction. In other words, the old world must be destroyed so that they can use the leftover building blocks to make something new.
If we do not embrace their solution of global centralization rising from the ashes, they believe they have a response for that problem too. Read my article ‘When Elites Wage War On America, This Is How They Will Do It’; more specifically, the section on Max Boot from the Council On Foreign Relations. Boot is the CFR’s resident “insurgency expert,” and while I question his ability to apply academic models to real word conflicts as if theory is akin to practice in war, it is enough to know the mindset of these elitists.
Boot’s work focuses on a particular model of quarantining insurgencies from the non-combative population, based on the methods the British used against communist guerrillas in Malaysia. In fact, Max seems to revel in the British efforts to catalog Malaysian citizens and relocate them into large cities that amounted to concentration camps. This made recruitment difficult for the insurgents and stopped them from hiding among civilian centers. It also focused food production into highly managed areas and gave the British leverage over the population. With this separation, it was much easier for the authorities to “educate” the locals on the threats of the insurgency and gain their support.
So, the question is, if this array of tactics is going to be aimed at liberty proponents and free peoples within the U.S. in particular, with an increasing potential for things to become far worse in the near term, how do we fight back?
Firstly, I need to point out a disturbing trend within the liberty movement, which is the propensity for activists to show far more interest talking about the problem than talking about solutions. Over the years I have noticed a consistent lower readership on articles having to do with specific solutions and strategies; not just my own articles, but many other analysts as well. It is much more popular to write on the reality of looming crisis rather than to write about what individuals can do to blunt the edge of the event. I would not be surprised if this article receives only half of the readership my other articles receive.
The first step in fighting back in a 4th Gen war is to acknowledge that there is no easy way out. There is no way to change the corrupt system from within. There is no way to use politics and government to our advantage. Despite all the hopes activists have, Trump is not going to save you, or America. The Republican controlled House and Senate is not going to save us. There is nothing they could do even if they wanted to.
I will write in more detail on this in my next article, but actions such as shutting down the Fed alone are half measures that will actually exacerbate a crisis in the short term, rather than defuse one. A debt jubilee (another commonly mentioned false solution) is meaningless when the value of your world reserve currency on the global market is still destroyed in the process and your treasury bonds are no longer desirable.  Pushing corporations to create a few thousand manufacturing jobs here and there is a drop in the bucket when considering the 95 million people no longer counted in the U.S. labor force on top of the millions still officially considered unemployed. There is no stopping the ongoing economic collapse from running its course.  We will be required to take our medicine eventually, and this will happen sooner rather than later.
Here is what can be done, though, to mitigate the damage and fight back against the establishment…
Separation From The System
People are always looking for grand and cinematic solutions to fighting the globalists, but the real solutions are far less romantic. Defeating the “new world order” requires individuals to take smaller actions in their day-to-day lives. Becoming more self sufficient, the ability to provide one’s own necessities, the ability to defend one’s self and family, the move away from grid dependence, homeschooling your children, a healthy skepticism of web tied technologies and the “internet of things,” etc.
This does not mean you have to go build a cabin in the woods and start typing up a manifesto, but it does mean that you will have to sacrifice certain modern comforts and amenities and manage your life in a way that might feel strange at first. To put it simply, it means you will have to learn to start doing most things for yourself and perhaps learn to live with less “things” and less mainstream stimulation.
I know many people that have undertaken this effort while still living what you might call “normal lives.” The bottom line is, if you are dependent on the system, you will never be able to fight the system.
Separation From Invasive Technologies
Remove active surveillance from your life. Stop carrying a cell phone around with you everywhere you go, or at least pull the battery until you need it. Cover or remove computer cameras. Deactivate microphones when not in use. Refuse to purchase appliances with built-in web connectivity. Refuse to participate in smart grid programs. Remove GPS modules from your vehicles. Stop posting photos constantly to Facebook and sharing your entire life on social media. Give the enemy less information to work with.
Build Real Community
Stop trying to build hollow friendships with people on the other side of the country through a cold medium like the internet and start building relationships with the people that live right in your own neighborhood or town. The one thing the elites fear more than anything else is people organizing groups that are outside of their influence. The more community groups there are, big and small, the more effort, money and resources are required to keep tabs on them all. With localized groups populated by members that know each other and have lived in one place for a long time, infiltration is a strenuous prospect and co-option is nearly impossible.
Establish Alternative Communications
Make sure your group or community has at least one ham radio expert. Resistance to tyranny requires independent communications. Without this ability you will have no access to information in the event of a crisis and thus, you will have nothing. Ham radio can be used to spread information across the country and can even reach out to other parts of the world. In the event of a breakdown in civility, ham can be used to send digital mail and files, and these files can be encrypted.
The founding fathers had the midnight ride, we have ham radio.
Refuse To Participate In Resource Management
In the event of a greater collapse, resource management will be the name of the game. For the elites to gain a stranglehold on a population, they need to isolate the insurgency (freedom loving people) from the regular (subdued) citizenry, and then they need to confiscate as many resources as possible to supply “loyalists” while starving out undesirables.
I believe a successful rebellion would require rural communities to maintain complete control over their resources and refuse to allow government to dictate how these resources are dispersed. Ultimately, in order to break an establishment stranglehold over the population through Max Boot’s method of “friendly” concentration camps, the tactic would have to be reversed. Resources may need to be cut off to these places entirely. This would remove the leverage governments would have in terms of necessities, leaving no reason for anyone to want to stay in these sorts of green zones again.
Vigilante Justice
I am not condoning OR criticizing this kind of development, but I am pointing out that it is inevitable. If top globalists continue to engage in the use of economics as a nuclear option against the public, along with their many other crimes, then individuals with the right skill-sets will likely seek them out with the intention of ventilating them. I think the danger of lone-wolf vigilantes acting without group contact and without warning is terrifying to the globalists.
They are used to being able to co-opt enemy groups or exploit informants to infiltrate and relay information. With a lone wolf, there is no trail to follow and individuals are decidedly harder to predict in their behavior and plans than groups are. I would not be surprised to see prominent globalists living in the U.S. suddenly leave the country en masse just as social unrest becomes heightened.  And, I would not be surprised to see some globalists killed anyway by fed up citizens who suddenly snap and take matters into their own hands.
Our Window Of Time Is Short
Keep in mind that the millennial generation is about 10 years away from becoming the dominant cultural force in this country, and those precious snowflakes are like another species. The majority of them long for collectivism, and they work diligently to stifle dissent in colleges and public schools. The great danger is that in ten to fifteen years many of the people within conservative movements might be too old to effectively fight back, and while we deal with economic disaster it will be millennials steeped in cultural Marxism that are elevated as part of the globalist solution.
Whatever we end up doing, I believe we have about 10 years before hitting the point of no return (with ample crisis and struggle from now until then). After this, we will either have the globalists in prison or in the ground, or, we will have a massive economic reset and a new world order. The choice is up to us, even though some people don’t want to accept it.


Just what acts are you willing to carry out...

The exact same act eye carry out everyday KR.

Your personal belongings and effects... but I also carry them back in wich would be the modus operandi.

Just what acts are you willing to carry out...

The exact same act eye carry out everyday KR.

An Act of Improv.
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Recall: Who's vetting whom?


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 01-29-2017

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EA:

Quote:You mean... like Piers Morgan???


Rofl


That is a good article on defeating the globalist system. 


Quote:Trump is not going to save you, or America. 


We essentially knew that when we voted for him.
Hillary couldn't save herself from a bad pant suit day, let alone America.

the author made this great comment:


Quote:Firstly, I need to point out a disturbing trend within the liberty movement, 
which is the propensity for activists
to show far more interest talking about the problem than talking about solutions. 

Over the years I have noticed a consistent lower readership on articles 
having to do with specific solutions and strategies; 
not just my own articles, 
but many other analysts as well. 

It is much more popular to write on the reality of looming crisis 
rather than to write about what individuals can do to blunt the edge of the event. 
I would not be surprised if this article receives only half of the readership my other articles receive.



At which point he goes on to offer strategies to resist with.

This one caught my eye, and he craftily avoids the obvious, ... that he is suggesting this.


Quote:Vigilante Justice
I am not condoning OR criticizing this kind of development, but I am pointing out that it is inevitable.

I think the danger of lone-wolf vigilantes acting without group contact,
and without warning,
is terrifying to the globalists. 

They have fairly effective response plans in place for the lone wolf,
unless he is exceptionally smart in fine tuned planning ...
ie
the lone wolf has to use the weapon that the author says the globalists use  --- Patience ---, 
patience and planning more effectively than they can keep track of.
Kazynski the Unibomber was this type.
What they are more afraid of,
is a catalytic reaction to their messy routines ...
when a number of lone wolves suddenly go off all at once, 
in somewhat of a mass frenzy of copycat killings and such.

The economic warfare he talks about is well seen in Russian sanctions on the global political level.
I see the economic warfare coming against us, the citizens,
from the perspective of food prices and availability in the future.
Eating healthy and well is going to get expensive.

Look at health care costs. 
cancer cure? Rofl
not a chance, 
it's big business with big pockets. 
They {globalist pharma-terror corporations} will create far more cancer than they can even treat,
let alone cure. 

Excerpts from article:
 http://www.forbes.com/sites/matthewherper/2017/01/11/trumps-comments-are-big-pharmas-nightmare/#78191135aaa9
Quote:Trump's Comments Are Big Pharma's Nightmare
Many pharmaceutical executives hoped that because of the Republican Party's 
long-term opposition to price controls and love of free markets, 
a Trump presidency would involve fewer controls on drug prices t
han a Hillary Clinton one.  Lol
But at his first press conference today, 
Trump made it very clear that is not the case. 
Here's what he said, via NPR:
Trump:
"I think a lot of industries are going to be coming back. 
We have to get our drug industry coming back. 
Our drug industry has been disastrous. 
They’re leaving left and right. 
They supply our drugs, but they don't make them here. 
To a large extent. 
And the other thing we have to do is create a new bidding procedures for the drug industry 
because they're getting away with murder.

Pharma has a lot of lobbies, 

a lot of lobbyists and a lot of power. 
And there's very little bidding on drugs. 
We’re the largest buyer of drugs in the world, and yet we don't bid properly. 
And were going to start bidding and were going to save billions of dollars over a period of time."
Donald Trump is going to be a populist president. 
Pharmaceutical companies are a popular villain. That's it.

And there are ways Trump could use executive power to hurt drug companies that charge high prices. 
When Dendreon, 
a Seattle biotech since bought and sold by Valeant Pharmaceuticals, 
introduced a cancer drug that cost almost $93,000 in 2010, 
Medicare put it through a gauntlet called a National Coverage Determination, 
slowing adoption of the drug. (It flopped.) 
There are plenty of steps a Medicare administrator motivated by working for an angry Donald Trump 
could take to hurt a drug company whose price had been deemed too high.

Drug company executives have not been blithely unaware that this might happen. 

Some have been addressing it publicly. 
In December, at the Forbes Healthcare Summit,
Allergan Chief Executive Brent Saunders announced an expanded patient assistance program 
to make sure that patients could get access to Allergan medicines for mental illness and infectious disease. 
He'd also pledged not to take large price increases, 
limiting Allergan to 10% increases no more than once a year. 


It turns out that Trump didn't wait for the next egregious drug price increase. 
He just threw his comments into his first press conference. 

People are mad about drug prices, 
and they don't like drug companies, and that makes this a great issue for Trump.

Better yet, it could become a bipartisan issue, 
one of the few where Democrats will come across the aisle to support change, 
if anybody can figure out what change is. 
The pharmaceutical industry has just been thrown in a hole, 
handed a shovel, and told to dig itself out.

One of the key voices to listen to on this is that of Leonard Schleifer, Whip
the founder of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, a Tarrytown, N.Y., biotechnology company. 
Regeneron has become a $4.7 billion (sales) company 
thanks largely to a drug called Eylea, 
which treats age-related blindness. 

Schleifer, who is a billionaire because of his Regeneron stake, has become a critic of his peers. 
Here at the J.P. Morgan meeting, 
he went off-script during his investor presentation 
and spent more time talking about drug pricing 
and the industry's reputation than about his own company's finances.
It was a line of discussion that he'd started at the Forbes Healthcare Summit. 

I asked a panel of pharmaceutical chief executives why the industry is so hated. 
After the others had answered, 
Schleifer was literally quivering in his seat. 
"If you look at the prices of drugs, 
they have gone up, 
sometimes double digits twice a year as a very efficient way of increasing profits 
without coupled to any innovation," 
Schleifer said. 
"It's ridiculous. 
It's no wonder. 
I hate us also when I see all this stuff."  Applause

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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 01-29-2017

Our country's leader was in Regina a few days ago.


He hasn't destroyed the country so far...

His Father was our country's greatest leader imo.

Prime minister meets with RCMP cadets in Regina, visits university

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/trudeau-in-regina-1.3952904

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Quote:Since becoming prime minister in October 2015, Trudeau has never answered questions from reporters in Regina. Doh

A media availability was held Wednesday in Saskatoon, with reporters pressing Trudeau on his plans to force a carbon tax on the province despite reluctance from Premier Brad Wall.

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“You’ve got to talk and hear from people you disagree with as well and who disagree with you, hear those concerns,” said Trudeau.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 01-30-2017

" an insufferable Spanish accent,"

You mean... like Enrique Peña Nieto???

Nope.
I sound like me I suppose.

The French Canadiens could no more disentangle than The French in Loiusianna.

He actually said:Yes and Trump thought he said chess.
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Are you sympathetic to the Quebecois separatist movement 

The question is are you?
QUEBEC MOSQUE SHOOTING A DEVASTATING BLOW TO LEFTIST NARRATIVE
[Image: 31012440750_ff95073805_b.jpg]Leftist media rushes to judgement while lacking details
Dan Lyman | Infowars.com - JANUARY 30, 2017
http://www.infowars.com/quebec-mosque-shooting-a-devastating-blow-to-leftist-narrative/
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I'm just a dude who can judge a Judge.

no friend or enemy that holds a grudge.

Browse NYT while I am reading  Drudge.

All ma'at @ that Swamp drained sludge.



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Police Arrest Moroccan Student in Quebec Mosque Shooting
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[size=undefined][size=undefined]Doh [/size][/size]I noticed KR never notice that there isn't a border-wall with Canada.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Kalter Rauch - 01-31-2017

"I noticed KR never notice that there isn't a border-wall with Canada."
What I never noticed was that Canada has all along been a sanctuary country for the very people we're trying to keep out.


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Vianova - 01-31-2017

..
What a fucking all day melee on the network news over the Trump banning of Muslims,
from several countries.
Iraq has already retaliated politically. 

I caught bits and pieces of the CNN bobble head news jews daily castration of Trump.
Most notably was Alan Dershowitz,
condemning the acting attorney general for "clearly showboating in order to be fired" 
but also pointing to Trump as making a mistake in firing her.
All in all Dershowitz offered more support of Trump's action than anything else.
Dershowitz clearly labeled the acting attorney general as out of line and not doing her job properly.

I would have fired her just as fast.
I think that all the "global indignation" is a laugh and a joke.

Trump however,
could temper down his bulldog attack strategy of moving quickly in campaign promises.
But that is his style and he plans on using it to play his game,
riding the presidential race horse with blinders to the Triple Crown.


CNN called it total chaos in the new Trump admin.
I bet that Trump is unfazed by all the backlash.
Expect more of the same at a fast pace.


NYT
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/29/us/politics/donald-trump-rush-immigration-order-chaos.html
How Trump’s Rush to Enact an Immigration Ban Unleashed Global Chaos

Quote:blah blah 989 blah blah blah


Itza long article about Bad Donald  Lol
but worth the reading just to keep track of their anti Trump propaganda plays.
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RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - EA - 01-31-2017

(01-31-2017, 02:57 AM)Kalter Rauch Wrote: "I noticed KR never notice that there isn't a border-wall with Canada."
What I never noticed was that Canada has all along been a sanctuary country for the very people we're trying to keep out.

I apologize to America... Arrow  Please please please don't send these canucks back...we beg you to let them stay in USA.
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The USA should ban freaks of nature. Pennywise Heh!


RE: Next President of the United Fates of America - Wook - 01-31-2017

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