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    Lou Dobbs hit on a topic near and dear to my heart:




    During the height of the Cold War I knew one thing above everything else: Never let Democrats come anywhere near an intelligence agency. I began pounding on Democrats infiltrating the intelligence community on my first message board in 2000. Today, Democrats control the entire intelligence community through the Director of National Intelligence. God only knows what Democrats are doing to the country in the Department of Homeland Security.

    I am not sure if Coats knows that capitalism is an economic system that works to perfection for the most people in a limited form of government. Communism/Socialism is a form of government that works for the least number of people. The two are, and always will be, incompatible. If the intelligence community is finally gearing up for an ideological war they better start with understanding the battlefield.

    There is no such thing as:

    . . . "authoritarian capitalism" with the government and Party controlling Chinese companies and requiring they provide business and other information to Beijing.

    Put it this way. Communism is a form of government where parasites absorb the wealth created in an economic system called capitalism.


    "Beijing has stepped up efforts to reshape the international discourse around human rights, especially within the U.N. system," he stated.

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    "Chinese leaders will increasingly seek to assert China's model of authoritarian capitalism as an alternative—and implicitly superior—development path abroad, exacerbating great-power competition that could threaten international support for democracy, human rights, and the rule of law," he stated.

    DNI: Beijing Set for ‘Ideological Battle’ with U.S.
    BY: Bill Gertz
    January 30, 2019 5:00 am

    https://freebeacon.com/national-secu...ttle-with-u-s/

    In short: Parasites everywhere serve in China’s army. Communism’s parasite army is the same as the armies that serve the organized religion of their choice with one exception. Organized religion’s armies do not serve a country. Roman Catholics soldiers everywhere do not fight for the Vatican; Islam’s soldiers do not fight for a specific Muslim country like Iran. Ditto Buddhists and so on; whereas, Communism’s parasites fight for China just as parasites the world over fought for the Soviet Union without realizing it. It is important that parasites everywhere know they are fighting for China in an ideological war. Basically, put parasites in the position of fighting for their country or fighting for China.

    Withdrawing from the United Nations is the first, and easiest battle, to win. Defeating a global government administered by the United Nations are the fruits of a victorious first battle. The most difficult battles are the ones fought against the democracy movement, and tax dollar human Rights.

    Parasites know all about human Rights that must be paid for with tax dollars, but they know nothing about the Rights in our original Bill of Rights. (Not a one of those Rights requires tax dollars.)

    Speaking about Rights, our own clever little Communist had to doublespeak negative and positive Rights in the U.S. Constitution. If Coats’ & Company are looking to identify China’s recruiting posters they need look no further than Obama’s ideology.

    In sum, Obama views the Constitution as a flawed document from which we must “break free.” We need, instead, a “living” Constitution that refocuses from “negative rights” to requiring income redistribution from the Haves to provide “positive economic rights” to the Have Nots.

    Why the Fuss? Obama Has Long Been On Record In Favor Of Redistribution
    Paul Roderick Gregory

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/paulrod.../#39ba4776593a

    U.N.-loving Democrats and their machinery were up and running before Obama took control of every intelligence agency as well as controlling the Department of Justice. President Trump barely scratched the surface in his first encounter with Obama’s holdovers:

    President Donald Trump said that he respected the intelligence agencies but not the former prominent figures who made their careers into criticizing his presidency.

    “It’s been terrible,” Trump told CBS anchor Jeff Glor, citing the names of former CIA director John Brennan, former director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, Former Director of the National Security Agency Michael Hayden, former FBI director James Comey, as well as prominent FBI agents Andrew McCabe, Lisa Page, and Peter Strzok.

    The president responded to a question from Glor about whether or not he felt that former intelligence agents were “out to get him.” Trump said that he had difficulty trusting their judgement, as they stood vehmently against him.

    “Certainly I can’t have any confidence in the past,” Trump said, citing the “all of the shenanigans that have gone on” in the intelligence community under former President Barack Obama.

    “Very hard to have confidence in that group,” he added.

    Trump said Brennan was “a total low-life” and that said that even though Clapper wrote him a “beautiful” letter when he first got into the presidency, he turned against him.

    “All of a sudden, he’s gone haywire because they got to him and they probably, got him to say things that maybe he doesn’t even mean,” he said.

    Trump said that he was confident in the present intelligence led by his own appointees such as Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats.

    “I can have a lot of confidence in the present and the future, because it’s getting to be now where we’re putting our people in,” he said.

    Donald Trump: No Confidence in Intelligence Led by Brennan, Clapper, Comey
    by Charlie Spiering
    18 Jul 2018

    https://www.breitbart.com/big-govern...clapper-comey/

    NOTE: In 2013 the sewer rat replaced traitor Kerry with a crook, Hillary Clinton, who was herself no great shakes in the Loyal American department. But it was nominating John Brennan for CIA director that convinced me the White House had moved to the burbs in Cuckooland.

    Brennan was with the CIA for 25 years. Part of that time was spent as a daily intelligence briefer for President Clinton. He was station chief in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia when the Khobar Towers was bombed killing 19 U.S. servicemen in 1996. Brennan was deputy executive director of the CIA in March 2001.

    My point. If you remember the phoney-baloney 9-11 Commission you know that incompetence was the stated reason the entire intelligence community took the fall for 9-11-2001.

    Parenthetically, Democrats hate national security walls while the dearly loved Gorelick’s Wall:

    The disclosure that Jamie Gorelick, a member of the September 11 commission, was personally responsible for instituting a key obstacle to cooperation between law enforcement and intelligence operations before the terrorist attacks raises disturbing questions about the integrity of the commission itself. Ms. Gorelick should not be cross-examining witnesses; instead, she should be required to testify about her own behavior under oath. Specifically, commission members need to ask her about a 1995 directive she wrote that made it more difficult for the FBI to locate two of the September 11 hijackers who had already entered the country by the summer of 2001.

    Jamie Gorelick's wall
    By - The Washington Times
    Thursday, April 15, 2004

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news...-094758-5267r/

    Sadly, life in Cuckooland being what it was —— it was natural for the sewer rat to promote one of his America-haters living in the fürhrerbunker.

    A lot of info is known about Brennan’s track record. So I never believed he was just plain stupid. He had to impress a whole lot of Democrats, as well as con more than a few Republicans, for him to run the CIA for 4 years.

    I cannot believe that an average bumpkin like me was the only who saw the real John Brennan. His reputation and résumé was pockmarked with road signs for the well-informed:

    John Brennan's extremism and dishonesty rewarded with CIA Director nomination
    Glenn Greenwald Monday 7 January 2013 09.55 EST

    https://www.theguardian.com/commenti...tor-nomination

    An article by George Neumayr basically recapped Brennan’s treachery:

    The real story about John Brennan’s security clearance is not that he lost it under a Republican president but that he once got one. One of the peculiar footnotes of Brennan’s history is that he obtained a position in Bill Casey’s CIA after having supported the Soviet-backed American Communist Party at the height of the Cold War. Had Casey conducted the polygraph test in which Brennan admitted to voting for Soviet proxy Gus Hall in 1976, Casey would have tossed him out of the office. Casey hated communists. Whoever hired Brennan must have been a Deep State holdover from the Carter years.

    John Brennan, a Security Risk from the Start
    George Neumayr
    August 17, 2018, 12:05 am

    https://spectator.org/john-brennan-a...rom-the-start/

    Let me point out that I never said Brennan should be blamed for 9-11, or for any of the earlier attacks, but it seemed to me that a whole lot of bad shit happened right under his nose. His comeuppance barely rose to a gentle pat on the wrist.

    Infiltrating the U.S. military

    The federal government was thoroughly infiltrated by the very type of person the country was warned about in the Army-McCarthy hearings (1954). Nobody, myself included, separated hardcore Communists from global government traitors in the military who were not Communists.

    Loyalty to the existing form of government among high-ranking military officers is not universal in any country. The 2016 presidential campaign shined a light on one type of infiltrator in the military. Trump and Clinton understood it during the campaign.

    Generals and admirals endorsing Hillary Clinton were loyal to the United Nations first. Generals and admirals endorsing Donald Trump were loyal to the country first. (If Hillary did not have so much trouble with the truth she would add her generals and admirals to her list of excuses for losing.)

    President Trump is powerless against the United Nations in the U.S. Senate. Loyalty to the United States will never replace loyalty to the United Nations so long as the U.S. Senate remains a nest of traitors.

    A few politically astute Americans always identified the United Nations as this country’s most dangerous enemy from within. My point is: Senator McCarthy was right. Indeed, Communists were infiltrating every branch of the armed services. Such men were fairly easy to identify as the years passed. In the decades since the Army-McCarthy hearings congressional Democrats & RINO advanced the careers of military officers they could “trust.”

    Understandably, in 1954 the United Nations was too young for Senator McCarthy to separate Socialist true believers from U.N.-loyalists. Even today, most Americans cannot see the danger involved when our military serves the United Nations.

    Creating a DNI is a classic example of how Congress solves problems: Every time something goes wrong they cover their congressional asses by creating another bureaucracy.

    Before there was a Director of National Intelligence different agencies served as watchers watching watchers. With one person controlling the entire Intelligence Community who will watch the watcher? Certainly not Congress. Those people are useless before a disaster strikes, and not much good afterward. In addition, an American would have to be a political zombie to trust leading Democrats in oversight positions.

    The DNI can short-circuit any intelligence agency that sets up a sting operation aimed at damaging Socialism’s global and domestic infrastructure. Jamie Gorelick’s infamous memo was nothing compared to the things a left-leaning Director of National Intelligence can get away with. Remember that the best Democrats will never admit that Communists are America’s enemies.

    The Director, or the Principal Deputy Director, of National Intelligence is required to be an active duty commissioned officer in the armed forces. That is not a safeguard against a Democrat president putting a dedicated Socialist/Communist in place, or even a Director of National Intelligence sympathetic toward Islamic fundamentalism.

    In practical terms, the Left was determined to gain control of the entire Intelligence Community. Having very little input throughout the Cold War was always a big thorn in the sides of Democrats. Socialists/Communists in the Democrat Party counted on a Director of National Intelligence to remove that thorn once and for all. That is why I was convinced that NOT creating a DNI was an issue second in importance to the Iraq War itself.

    Had Democrats controlled the intelligence community at the start of the Cold War Americans would be speaking Russian today.

    Finally, I have no proof, but I suspect that Saul Alinsky (1909 – 1972) contributed the political philosophy for the screenplay of a 1964 super-hit movie. In Alinsky’s convoluted logic the villain was loyal to the country, while his ‘hero president’ professed his love of the Constitution.

    Seven Days in May is a 1964 American political thriller film about a military-political cabal's planned takeover of the United States government in reaction to the president's negotiation of a disarmament treaty with the Soviet Union.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_Days_in_May
    Last edited by Flanders; 01-31-2019 at 02:25 AM.
    The basic test of freedom is perhaps less in what we are free to do than in what we are free not to do. It is the freedom to refrain, withdraw and abstain which makes a totalitarian regime impossible. Eric Hoffer

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    I'd be worried about their Cyber Army.
    (Didn't read your OP, too long)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    I'd be worried about their Cyber Army.
    To Jack: Nice misdirection.

    China’s war against this country will continue if and when cybertheft is stopped; China will still have its seat on the Security Council; the United Nations will continue recruiting parasites for China’s Army; Clinton-Obama holdovers will still populate the intelligence community, and the global government crowd will still dictate our foreign policy for Communist China’s benefit —— State Department policy that began after WWII ended:

    Parenthetically, the American people fought and won the war. The federal government coordinated the war effort. In many respects they screwed up the peace to a large degree. They gave half of Europe to the Soviet Union. They lost China to Communism. They funded European Socialism with the Marshall Plan; and they handed America’s independence to the United Nation. Not a sterling record in my opinion.

    https://www.justplainpolitics.com/sh...70#post2820970

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    (Didn't read your OP, too long)
    To Jack: Naturally, you will not read anything that threatens Communism regardless of the length. Had I posted nothing except the title you would have said it was too long.
    The basic test of freedom is perhaps less in what we are free to do than in what we are free not to do. It is the freedom to refrain, withdraw and abstain which makes a totalitarian regime impossible. Eric Hoffer

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    Flanders: "To Jack: Naturally, you will not read anything that threatens Communism ..."
    Jack: Is 'Communism' traded on the NYSE?




    Quote Originally Posted by Flanders View Post
    To Jack: Nice misdirection.

    China’s war against this country will continue if and when cybertheft is stopped; China will still have its seat on the Security Council; the United Nations will continue recruiting parasites for China’s Army; Clinton-Obama holdovers will still populate the intelligence community, and the global government crowd will still dictate our foreign policy for Communist China’s benefit —— State Department policy that began after WWII ended:

    Parenthetically, the American people fought and won the war. The federal government coordinated the war effort. In many respects they screwed up the peace to a large degree. They gave half of Europe to the Soviet Union. They lost China to Communism. They funded European Socialism with the Marshall Plan; and they handed America’s independence to the United Nation. Not a sterling record in my opinion.

    https://www.justplainpolitics.com/sh...70#post2820970



    To Jack: Naturally, you will not read anything that threatens Communism regardless of the length. Had I posted nothing except the title you would have said it was too long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Is 'Communism' traded on the NYSE?
    To Jack: It certainly is:

    The government ordering Americans what to buy, where to buy, and how much they have to pay for the items they buy is no different than the government ordering Americans where to purchase electricity.

    Environmental industry stocks traded on Wall Street are called too big to fail; hence, bailouts will be used to prop up corrupt, inefficient companies while the standard of living for low and medium income Americans falls to Third World levels because retail prices rise out of reach.

    If you really want to see who controls Congress see how far you get by insisting that tax dollars NOT go to any entity traded on Wall Street either directly or indirectly. If nothing else, company stocks traded in every market should be permanently barred from receiving tax dollars.

    https://www.justplainpolitics.com/sh...54#post2788854
    The basic test of freedom is perhaps less in what we are free to do than in what we are free not to do. It is the freedom to refrain, withdraw and abstain which makes a totalitarian regime impossible. Eric Hoffer

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    Is that your answer to: "Is 'Communism' traded on the NYSE?" ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Is that your answer to: "Is 'Communism' traded on the NYSE?" ?
    To Jack: I do waste my time explaining everything to dim bulbs. Anybody with an ounce of intelligence can see the connection.

    Here is a bit more about Communism that will also go over your head.

    Dr. Paugh is one of the good guys. I think this is the first time I ever found fault with her analyses.

    Communism Making Comeback as Globalism
    By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh
    January 31, 2019

    https://canadafreepress.com/article/...k-as-globalism

    Communism is not making a comeback. IT NEVER WENT AWAY.

    The U.S. did not defeat Communism, or China, when the Soviet Union imploded. The reported demise of the Soviet Union caused Americans to drop their guard. Media Communists encouraged a false sense of security with claims that Americans had nothing to fear because Communism was dead. The Left was so successful in announcing the death of Communism the country ignored the Clintons while they went about salvaging Communism’s worldwide infrastructure left behind by the Soviet Union. Today, the country has a piss-pot full of Clinton and Obama Communists in high places; most notably in intelligence agencies.


    Quote Originally Posted by Flanders View Post
    During the height of the Cold War I knew one thing above everything else: Never let Democrats come anywhere near an intelligence agency. I began pounding on Democrats infiltrating the intelligence community on my first message board in 2000. Today, Democrats control the entire intelligence community through the Director of National Intelligence.
    The basic test of freedom is perhaps less in what we are free to do than in what we are free not to do. It is the freedom to refrain, withdraw and abstain which makes a totalitarian regime impossible. Eric Hoffer

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    So ... 'Communism' is now posing as Capitalism (or at least State Capitalism)? Is THAT what you are saying?



    Quote Originally Posted by Flanders View Post
    To Jack: I do waste my time explaining everything to dim bulbs. Anybody with an ounce of intelligence can see the connection.

    Here is a bit more about Communism that will also go over your head.

    Dr. Paugh is one of the good guys. I think this is the first time I ever found fault with her analyses.

    Communism Making Comeback as Globalism
    By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh
    January 31, 2019

    https://canadafreepress.com/article/...k-as-globalism

    Communism is not making a comeback. IT NEVER WENT AWAY.

    The U.S. did not defeat Communism, or China, when the Soviet Union imploded. The reported demise of the Soviet Union caused Americans to drop their guard. Media Communists encouraged a false sense of security with claims that Americans had nothing to fear because Communism was dead. The Left was so successful in announcing the death of Communism the country ignored the Clintons while they went about salvaging Communism’s worldwide infrastructure left behind by the Soviet Union. Today, the country has a piss-pot full of Clinton and Obama Communists in high places; most notably in intelligence agencies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    So ... 'Communism' is now posing as Capitalism (or at least State Capitalism)?
    To Jack: I will make it easy for you. Every institution, and every individual, that takes tax dollars for profit contributes to totalitarian government —— I.E. COMMUNISM.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Is THAT what you are saying?
    To Jack: No.

    What I am saying is that tax dollars should be only be paid to operate necessary government enumerated in the Constitution. Corporate profits, coerced charity, education, welfare state programs, and the entire parasite class are either Socialists/Communists by choice, or they unwittingly give aid and comfort to the most insidious demolition of their own freedoms. Indeed, the parasite class destroys life itself.
    The basic test of freedom is perhaps less in what we are free to do than in what we are free not to do. It is the freedom to refrain, withdraw and abstain which makes a totalitarian regime impossible. Eric Hoffer

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    Translation: "I have no idea what 'communism' is. Anything I dislike is 'Communist'!"

    Thanks, Flanders. That clarifies your position on everything.




    Quote Originally Posted by Flanders View Post
    To Jack: I will make it easy for you. Every institution, and every individual, that takes tax dollars for profit contributes to totalitarian government —— I.E. COMMUNISM.



    To Jack: No.

    What I am saying is that tax dollars should be only be paid to operate necessary government enumerated in the Constitution. Corporate profits, coerced charity, education, welfare state programs, and the entire parasite class are either Socialists/Communists by choice, or they unwittingly give aid and comfort to the most insidious demolition of their own freedoms. Indeed, the parasite class destroys life itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Translation: "I have no idea what 'communism' is. Anything I dislike is 'Communist'!"

    To Jack. Translation: Everything you like is Communism.


    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Translation: Thanks, Flanders. That clarifies your position on everything.
    To Jack: Thanks. That clarifies your position on everything.
    The basic test of freedom is perhaps less in what we are free to do than in what we are free not to do. It is the freedom to refrain, withdraw and abstain which makes a totalitarian regime impossible. Eric Hoffer

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    Let's call a Spade a Spade, Flanders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flanders View Post
    Generals and admirals endorsing Hillary Clinton were loyal to the United Nations first. Generals and admirals endorsing Donald Trump were loyal to the country first.
    Res Ipsa Loquitur

    The biggest flare that identifies Andrew Peek’s ideology is the connection to former U.S. General John Allen. CTH has tracked Allen for several years; he was used as part of Hillary Clinton’s campaign. He spoke at the DNC convention for Hillary Clinton.

    NSC Russia Expert Escorted From White House Under Intelligence Investigation…
    Posted on January 19, 2020 by sundance

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    The basic test of freedom is perhaps less in what we are free to do than in what we are free not to do. It is the freedom to refrain, withdraw and abstain which makes a totalitarian regime impossible. Eric Hoffer

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