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Kunstler: Nemesis Rising

Public Policy

Where are Clintons, these dog days of summer? The Hamptons? Salty, sunny Martha’s Vineyard? Under a rock somewhere in the Chappaqua woods? Fate is turning in more than one uncomfortable way for the once-charmed couple of Boomerdom.

There is, of course, the freshly re-issued Jeffrey Epstein underage sex scandal, come ‘round again with a vengeance this time because there are fewer Clinton partisans left in the Department of Justice where the matter has festered for decades like a fistula slowly seeping its rot through the body politic. The vengeance emanates from the Clinton’s nemesis, the uppity Golden Golem of Greatness who dared to “steal” Hillary’s place in the Oval Office (and history). To put it plainly, Mr. Trump had enough of the two-year-plus persecution he endured from the Clinton-inspired Mueller investigation into the Clinton-propagated Russia Collusion flim-flam. And having patiently survived this audacious, seditious effrontery, is now out to squash the Clintons like a pair of palmetto bugs.

At this fraught hour of a frightful age, one turns to a metaphysical contemplation of these two Clintons, Hill-and-Bill, and just what it is that they represented in our national life these many years. Mainly, what I wonder is just how much power and influence they exerted behind-the-scenes in Washington since their exit from the White House in 2001. For example, starting with the most recent shenanigans, the curious composition of Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel team, spiked with obvious Clinton insiders such as Andrew Weissmann, present at HRC’s aborted victory party on election night 2016, Jeannie Rhee, a lawyer for the Clinton Foundation, and several other former Obama-era DOJ staffers. How did that happen? How did Mr. Mueller get away with that?

One obvious answer: the media titans ignored it. This leads the casual observer to ask; how did it work that revered pillars of The News, like The New York Times, The Washington Post, NBC, CBS, and so many others became captives of the Clinton narrative? What is the reality there? Probably not so much that the Clinton’s actually control persons and agencies, but that they are figurehead monarchs of the bureaucratic monster called the Deep State; and that this Deep State has been doing everything possible to preserve its increasingly corrupt perquisites against the call to dismantle them — a.k.a. “draining the Swamp.”

Can there be any shred of doubt left in this land that if anyone “colluded” with Russians to interfere in the 2016 election it was the Clinton Campaign’s Fusion GPS disinformation unit, which assembled The Narrative, with the assistance of CIA Director John Brennan, and peddled it to the willfully credulous FBI led by James Comey and the news media. We won’t rehash any more of this excruciatingly complex criminal project, except to note that it is now unraveling with equally painful blowback to the people responsible, including Hillary Rodham Clinton who may be liable for a heap of felony charges in the matter.

All of that nasty business may redound to the various intrigues emanating from HRC’s years as Secretary of State, namely the fantastic hoovering up of hundreds of millions of dollars by the Clinton Foundation from foreign parties doing business with the State Department, including the Russian Federation. How did all that indecency slip through the cracks? Once again, the media ignored it because it would not advance their interests in gender and identity politics to investigate the avatar of the party promoting those crusades. And because the Obama Justice Department under Loretta Lynch deliberately looked the other way for similar reasons.

And now there is the Epstein matter, which threatens not only former president Bill Clinton, but a cosmos of political, financial, and entertainment “stars” in countless ugly incidents that involve a kind of personal corruption that has no political context but says an awful lot about the obliteration of moral and ethical boundaries by the people who ended up running things in this fretful moment of US history. President Clinton has already kicked off this debacle by lying to the media about the number of rides he took on Mr. Epstein’s notorious airplane.

I voted for Bill Clinton twice. When they came up from the backwater of Little Rock, Arkansas, in 1992, they seemed like the fresh, bright antidote to twelve years of fusty Reaganism with the GHW Bush moldy cherry-on-top. Governor Bill, so glib and charming. Tall and catnip to the ladies, too! And almost immediately he was in deep shit over that part of his act, but he wiggled through it all with the aid of his perky, stalwart wife and partner, who defended him sedulously on nationwide TV. (America had never even heard about her misadventures on the Watergate Committee, where, age 27, she gained a reputation for being less than honest.) And that was followed by the first instance of Hillary moneygrubbing when she turned a few thousand bucks into a six-figure bonanza almost overnight in a wired commodities trade.

After all that bother they mostly minded their manners in the White House until Bill got all sexed up by Miss Lewinsky, and they managed to slip through that fiasco without penalty. It was really in the years following — after they left the White House copping some historic GI furnishings, and got caught doing it — that they put together their fabulous empire of grift known as the Clinton Foundation, with its do-good cover act called the Clinton Global Initiative. Curiously now, we learn that Bill was pretending to be on various world-saving missions during many of those trips he took on the Epstein Travel Service plane. We’ll see how that pans out going forward.

When all is said and done, the official business of going forward with these various scandals and their unwindings may prove to be the most nauseating and destabilizing period in our nation’s history. Nemesis is rising.


Kunstler



285 Comments on "Kunstler: Nemesis Rising"

  1. muhamadbinpedoalameriki-akafmr on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 7:48 pm 

    Juan, please stop your profanities. If you can’t be polite leave.

  2. Anonymouse on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 7:49 pm 

    Come to think about it. I’m the only one here shitting a cow. Sorry for stealing your identity again Annoy. I’m feeling extra real emotional unstable lately.

    I might need help, but I’m still not to sure.

  3. JuanP on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 7:51 pm 

    Duterte ‘Will Not Answer’ To White People Amid UN Human Rights Investigation
    Profile picture for user Tyler Durden
    by Tyler Durden
    Thu, 07/18/2019 – 20:45
    Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte says he won’t answer to white people over alleged human rights violations – insisting that he will “only face, be tried or face a trial in a Philippine court, presided by a Filipino judge, [and] prosecuted by a Filipino,” adding “maybe they can reimpose death penalty, [so I can] die in Filipino land.”

    “I will not answer a Caucasian… You must be stupid. Who are you? I am a Filipino,” said Duterte. “We have our courts here. You have to bring me somewhere else? I would not like that. I have my country. It’s working, I know it’s working, justice is working here.”

    Duterte comments follow a vote by the United Nations Human Rights Council on a resolution brought by Iceland to investigate alleged abuses. He is accused of overseeing thousands of extrajudicial killings, according to Newsweek. His administration is also accused of arbitrary arrests, detentions, kidnappings and other measures amid an anti-drug crackdown.

    Duterte had already suggested he could cut diplomatic ties with Iceland over its resolution, which passed the U.N. Human Rights Council by 18 to 14 votes, with 15 countries abstaining.

    Ravina Shamdasani, a spokesperson for the U.N. Human Rights Office, told Newsweek: “The HRC resolution on the human rights situation in the Philippines and its request for a comprehensive written report is an opportunity for all stakeholders, including the government to assess the current state of human rights in the country and in particular to get clarity around the contested facts, figures and circumstances.” -Newsweek

    The ‘formerly gay’ Duterte, known for his inflammatory rhetoric, has claimed everything from throwing drug dealers out of helicopters to molesting his maid as a teenager.

    The Human Rights Council expressed “concern at the allegations of human rights violations in the Philippines, particularly those involving killings, enforced disappearances, arbitrary arrest and detention, the intimidation and persecution of or violence against members of civil society, human rights defenders, indigenous peoples, journalists, lawyers and members of the political opposition, and restrictions on the freedoms of opinion and expression, peaceful assembly and association.”

    Recently, Philippines Senator Ronald dela Rosa, the former police chief responsible for running Duterte’s war on drugs and an ally of the president, downplayed the death of a toddler during a police raid, saying “s*** happens.”

    Myka Ulpina, 3, died in crossfire during a drugs raid by armed police in Rodriguez, Rizal. Ulpina’s father Renato also died in the shootout. Police reportedly accused him of using the girl as a shield, which her mother denied. An undercover officer was killed too. -Newsweek

    “We are living in an imperfect world,” said former police chief dela Rosa during a news conference, adding “Would a police officer want to shoot a child? Never, because they have children as well. But shit happens during operations.”

  4. Davy on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 7:51 pm 

    I am Juan muhamadbinpedoalameriki-akafmr, and I’m you too.

  5. Anonymouse on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 7:52 pm 

    Yeap, Juan, mak will shit another cow. Why are you so hard on your good friend?

  6. Duncan Idaho on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 7:52 pm 

    Nations with strong women’s rights likely to have better population health and faster growth–
    https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2019-07/b-nws071619.php

    (Trend evident even in resource-poor countries)

  7. JuanP on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 7:53 pm 

    The Hedge is my go to source for REAL information, cause I’m REAL stupid.

  8. JuanP on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 7:53 pm 

    Duncan, stick in your butt. Women where I am from stay in the home where they belong

  9. Davy on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 7:55 pm 

    Juan, Annoy, an mak are now all me. There’s nothing abnormal about that, or is there?

  10. Davy on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 7:57 pm 

    Oops, sorry Duncan. Have you seen my mind anywhere? I can’t seem to find it anymore.

  11. JuanP on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 8:07 pm 

    I’m not hard on mak Anonymouse. I just hate the guy. It’s all his fault that I started to go insane seven years ago. He said mean things about his and my country. That got my pantys in a not real bad like.

  12. makati1 on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 8:22 pm 

    I hate you now too Juan, you are the reason this forum is a mockery.

  13. Obvious Davy AKA muhamadbinpedoalameriki-akafmr ID THEFT on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 8:39 pm 

    makati1 on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 8:22 pm

    I hate you now too Juan, you are the reason this forum is a mockery.

  14. We are ALL JuanP on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 8:41 pm 

    I got all the time in the world for you two lovebirds, Davy AKA muhamadbinpedoalameriki-akafmr.

  15. Duncan Idaho on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 8:47 pm 

    “Bill Clinton does not have the moral fiber to be a mass murderer.”

    — Henry Kissinger (moral insider & one who would know), quoted in the (truly excellent) newsletter CounterPunch, Vol 4, No. 11, June 1-15, 1997

  16. muhamadbinpedoalameriki-akafmr on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 8:52 pm 

    For many centuries since uppertards put up this web site I have been battling muzzies and SENTAPBvs and everyone was like oh hehe we go again old kooky fmr-paultard is stiring the pot. Ignore him and he goes away. Tell big muzzie beard to ban him from jihadwatch and big secretive imam of the thereligionofpeace.com Robert’s not to feed him
    But no sun tzu’s arts of war is ever a match for allah
    just ignoring the mosquito suddenly no longer works because this is no ordinary but allah powered mosquito

    But now its stinging because I “reverted” to a muzzie

    Big 7th century love big FGM nasty muzzie love are buckling

    Thank you Allah. “You yes you are the best 7th century muzzie monkey of humanity allah has ever created”

    Reliance of traveller

    “when you meet non muzzie, strike the neck”

  17. Davy on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 8:58 pm 

    I am JuanP makato.

    dumbass

  18. Davy on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 8:59 pm 

    I am makato JuanP.

    stupid

  19. muhamadbinpedoalameriki-akafmr on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 10:52 pm 

    For many centuries since uppertards put up this web site I have been battling muzzies and SENTAPBvs and everyone was like oh hehe we go again old kooky fmr-paultard is stiring the pot. Ignore him and he goes away. Tell big muzzie beard to ban him from jihadwatch and big secretive imam of the thereligionofpeace.com Robert’s not to feed him
    But no sun tzu’s arts of war is ever a match for allah
    just ignoring the mosquito suddenly no longer works because this is no ordinary but allah powered mosquito

    But now its stinging because I “reverted” to a muzzie

    For years supertard has ignored me like a borg with only occasional “dumb ass”. now the attention is fully diverted to attack me. first they ignore, then they laugh, then attack then you win.

    had the 6th army ignored russians on long road to stalingrad he would’d taken it outright becuase they had no time to regroup. the tactic has always been to ignore strong points and encircle or lightning speed toward objective causing confusion. but they got bogged down to minute details. little wonder why this is because by then fhurer was in full command.

    Big 7th century love big FGM nasty muzzie love are buckling

    Thank you Allah. “You yes you are the best 7th century muzzie monkey of humanity allah has ever created”

    Reliance of traveller

    “when you meet non muzzie, strike the neck”

  20. muhamadbinpedoalameriki-akafmr on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 11:39 pm 

    For anyone that cares, I’m going to bed now. I’m looking forward to another very long day of totally fucking insane sock puppetry and stupid identity theft.

    I love this shit and I hate all you guys. It makes me feel so much better about my pathetic waste of a life.

    dumbasses

  21. Cloggie on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 11:43 pm 

    How to bring this to I AM THE FLOP?!

    https://www.rt.com/usa/464520-antifa-terrorst-organization-resolution/

    “Republicans introduce resolution to designate Antifa ‘domestic terrorist organization’”

    Was about time.lol

    Bye-bye floppy!

  22. Cloggie on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 11:48 pm 

    Richard Spencer invited at CNN!

    https://www.rt.com/usa/464350-cnn-spencer-trump-tweets-racist/

    “CNN embraces white nationalist Richard Spencer in shared Trump-hate”

    I think Spencer is premature in denouncing Trump as “not white nationalist enough”.

  23. Davy AKA muhamadbinpedoalameriki-akafmr on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 1:22 am 

    Just a reminder a Humper Pumper Number 9 Ebony (only) Red Alert has been issued effective 19 & 20 July 2019 re. Washington/Cuba Pronto Truck Stops through the glory hole in stall #9.

    I’ll be pulling the 1:00 AM to 3:00 AM shift.

    Sorry: No Dairy Queen Fat & Hairy truckers. Maybe next time.

  24. Cloggie on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 1:39 am 

    https://mobile.twitter.com/stranahan/status/1151291186574974982

    LOL

  25. Cloggie on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 1:49 am 

    Our (European) man in America, the future president of the white ethno-state, working title “Amerika” (to give it a nice German touch), crammed between Apalachians and Rockies:

    https://youtu.be/Du7gsaHU-ao

    https://documents1940.wordpress.com/2017/09/25/amerikaner/

    Last time it were the British colonialists, this time the youknowwho overlords.

  26. Cloggie on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 2:03 am 

    Spencer is too hard on Trump. The latter is sabotaged 24/7 by the imperial “deep state”.

    Trump=Gorbachev, the two grave diggers of their resp. WW2 empires (at the cost of Europe, thanks Britain).

    But that is all going to be rolled back now.

    The goal should be a Boreal Alliance of European peoples world-wide, that is of those who self-identify as European:

    https://toqonline.com/archives/v4n4/TOQv4n4OMeara.pdf

    “Boreas Rising, the Geopolitics of the Paris-Berlin-Moscow Axis by Michael O’Meara”

    Richard Spencer is ready.
    Vladimir Putin is ready.
    Britain volunteers to step out of the way.
    Hard-right French president Marion Marechal-le-Pen in 2022.
    EU army and USE/PBM in the coming years.

    Put 2024 in your agenda as the most likely date of the beginning of the end of the US (in its present shape).

  27. I AM THE MOB on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 5:02 am 

    Europe is sleepwalking its way to another lost decade

    https://www.nbc-2.com/story/40806011/europe-is-sleepwalking-its-way-to-another-lost-decade

    Goodnight Europe! You bunch of trash.

    When is it okay to spit beer on a European woman’s face? When her mustache is on fire..

    LOL

  28. I AM THE MOB on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 5:07 am 

    Does renewables pioneer Germany risk running out of power?

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Germany, a poster child for responsible energy, is renouncing nuclear and coal. The problem is, say many power producers and grid operators, it may struggle to keep the lights on.

    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/does-renewables-pioneer-germany-risk-053402474.html

    HAHA! Enjoy the blackouts you dumb shits!

  29. JuanP sock on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 5:23 am 

    muhamadbinpedoalameriki-akafmr on Thu, 18th Jul 2019 11:39 pm
    For anyone that cares, I’m going to bed now. I’m looking forward to another very long day of totally fucking insane sock puppetry and stupid identity theft.
    I love this shit and I hate all you guys. It makes me feel so much better about my pathetic waste of a life.
    dumbasses

  30. Cloggie on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 5:25 am 

    Dutch PM Rutte visits Trump:

    https://www.nu.nl/274868/video/trump-ontvangt-rutte-we-zijn-vrienden-geworden.html

    “Trump ontvangt Rutte: ‘We zijn vrienden geworden’”

    (“We have become friends”)

    The oldest:

    https://images.app.goo.gl/q79Xo88HDiD1sHcM8

    #HandsOfTrump

  31. Davy on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 5:27 am 

    Classic dirty JuanP. He loves to do id theft and socks with the intent of taking this forum down. He wants to destroy it and he hates the people here. I am with cloggo, a minimum of moderation so we can eliminate this activity is needed or this forum is finished as a place dealing with cutting edge ideas. Now it is a gaming place just like Xbox live or Facebook but with a dumb and dirty message. I hope severe depression visits JuanP soon then maybe in his debilitated state he gets help.

  32. Davy on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 5:53 am 

    “Fall armyworms spread to 10 Asian countries, threaten 20% of crops”
    https://tinyurl.com/y2hzu82c Taiwan news

    “The first Asian sighting of the fall armyworm was in India. It then spread to Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, China, Taiwan, and Japan. The species, which originated in the Americas, has already spread throughout much of Africa. Although fully grown moths are capable of long-distance flight, how they managed to travel to so many countries in such a short time frame still puzzles experts. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations estimates that the species will devastate 1.2 to 20 percent of crops produced in the aforementioned Asian countries. Although the fall armyworm is usually found in cornfields, as many as 353 types of crops are vulnerable to the fast-producing pest.”

  33. Davy on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 5:54 am 

    When I grew corn and beans around 2000 I remember these armyworms. We are seeing a converging threat to our global food supply with several converging agricultural problems. Weather disease and pests are set to knock production way back. If this is just a one-year occurrence this may not show up as a crisis. If it happens again next year there will be trouble on the horizon. WE already have the depletion issues with ocean fish stock. Slowly but surely water and soil are being lost. I can’t see a population of 10BIL ahead like academics are talking. Personally, I think we are at peak people.

  34. Cloggie on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 5:58 am 

    This forum does need no moderation at all, only a unique, secret password for every nick. That at least prevents identity theft.

  35. I AM THE MOB on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 6:04 am 

    China’s debt at 303% of GDP, 15% of global total: Report

    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/international-business/chinas-debt-at-303-of-gdp-15-of-global-total-report/articleshow/70287425.cms

  36. Cloggie on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 6:07 am 

    “New EU chief makes bold climate pledges”

    https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-02204-4

    Von der Leyen wants Europe to be the world’s first climate-neutral and carbon-free continent in the world.

    The17th century was the Dutch Golden Century because of wind power
    The 19th century was British because of coal and steam
    The 20th century was American because of oil
    The 21st century could be European because of renewable energy

  37. Davy on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 6:07 am 

    “Cut Beef Consumption in Half to Help Save the Earth, Says New Study”
    https://tinyurl.com/y3gwkbw7 ecowatch

    “The world’s population will hit 10 billion in just 30 years and all of those people need to eat. To feed that many humans with the resources Earth has, we will have to cut down the amount of beef we eat, according to a new report by the World Resources Institute. The report makes several concrete recommendations, including cutting beef consumption. To feed a growing world, Americans will need to eat about 40 percent less beef and Europeans need to cut their consumption by 22 percent. That averages out to a burger and a half per week, as CNN reported.”

    “This is a huge global challenge,” said Tim Searchinger, the report’s lead author, as USA Today reported. He suggests that consumers should shift from cattle, sheep and goats to chicken, pork and vegetable-based alternatives. Providing a healthy diet for a population of 10 billion will require a massive overhaul to farming, which already swallows up 90 percent of all the water humans use and coughs up one-fourth of the annual global emissions that cause global warming. Yet, despite our intensive agriculture, more than 820 million people still experience chronic hunger, according to the UN, as EcoWatch reported this week.”

  38. Davy on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 6:07 am 

    This is more academic green bullshit. What we need is more animals integrated into food growing efforts including cattle. There are locations that can only be grazed because of the topography and the climate favor grass lands. We need less industrial animal production. Grass fed animals instead of feedlot animals. Vegetable based alternatives is more processed food shit that will allow multinationals to dominate our diets. It is my opinion we need to let population pressures run their course and force us to adapt. We need to go back to combining some of the old ways back into farming efforts. Of course, this cannot be done full scale but a certain percentage can be achieved. Industrial food production is a real danger for a world teetering on the edge of sustainability. More efforts like ecowatch is advocating is just more fake green bullshit.

  39. Davy on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 6:17 am 

    “China’s Built a Railroad to Nowhere in Kenya”
    https://tinyurl.com/y4hah37v Bloomberg

    “Gleaming concrete sleepers run across a new railway bridge in Kenya, the latest stretch of a Chinese-built line from the coast all the way to Uganda. Only, it doesn’t quite reach the border. Instead, the railroad ends abruptly by a sleepy village about 75 miles west of the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, the tracks laid but unused. Construction of what was intended to be a flagship infrastructure project for Eastern Africa was halted earlier this year after China withheld some $4.9 billion in funding needed to allow the line’s completion. Beijing’s sudden financial reticence appeared to catch the governments of Kenya and Uganda off guard: Both may now be forced to reinstate a colonial-era line in a bid to patch the link and boost regional trade. The reason for China’s attack of cold feet may lie in the project’s high profile. Chinese state media repeatedly used the Mombasa-Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) project as a showcase for President Xi Jinping’s Belt and Road Initiative. But with concerns rising globally that Belt and Road was loading poorer nations with unsustainable debt, Xi signaled in April that Beijing would exert more control over projects and tighten oversight.”

  40. Davy on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 6:19 am 

    “This forum does need no moderation at all, only a unique, secret password for every nick. That at least prevents identity theft.”

    That is the moderation I am talking about, cloggo. There also needs to be a limit on the words generated by that nick in a day time frame to lower spamming and excessive commenting.

  41. Hello on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 6:49 am 

    >>> dumb shits!

    Since they practically lifted the world out of dark ages, and gave technology to the 3rd world that your average cave dweller cannot possible understand, I would’nt call that dumb. They are pretty smart.
    But I agree, they let themselves being invaded by negros and other assorted 3rd world, that’s pretty dumb.

  42. Cloggie on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 7:16 am 

    “China’s debt at 303% of GDP, 15% of global total: Report”

    China’s share global GDP is also 15%.

    Duh!

  43. I AM THE MOB on Fri, 19th Jul 2019 9:22 am 

    Duh!

    So much for your Eurasia vision of the future..China is headed for bankruptcy..

    Enjoy Civil war part 3!

    HAHAH!

  44. Cloggie on Sat, 20th Jul 2019 3:08 am 

    More Thomas Friedman:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/16/opinion/trump-2020.html

    “‘Trump’s Going to Get Re-elected, Isn’t He?’”

    He is.

    “The Squad” will ensure that –> white electoral flight from Dems to Reps.

  45. Cloggie on Sat, 20th Jul 2019 3:25 am 

    “Enjoy Civil war part 3!”

    The order in Berlin is collapsing. Don’t take it from me, but from the chieftain of German district attorneys, a Ralph Knispel:

    http://www.pi-news.net/2019/07/alles-ausser-mord-und-totschlag-wird-quasi-nicht-mehr-verfolgt/

    “Only murder is still prosecuted, the rest no more. Crime is too overwhelming”.

    More Berlin: ultra-red-green feminist magazine “Emma” reports about the situation in Berlin public swimming pools. White women have become fair game (“Freiwild”):

    https://www.emma.de/artikel/frauen-freiwild-im-schwimmbad-336983

    Perps (according to Emma): almost always darkie migrants. These monkeys from Islamic and African hellholes are not accustomed to women in bikini and think they provoke with their dress-code.

    The good news is that it is clear that the German and (Western-European) 1968, US-c*-sucking leftist elite is losing control. THEY will soon be fair game, exactly like their Eastern-European partners in leftist crime in 1989.

    THAT is something you need to prep for, not stupid peak-oil. Peak-oil supply could very well be the result of a collapsing social order and destroyed infrastructure. Survival is a potato in the ground of your garden and a gun under your bed and good relations with your neighborhood, not a filled tank of your car.

  46. Cloggie on Sat, 20th Jul 2019 3:45 am 

    Macron is rearming and he wants notorious pacifist Germany to join him and set up a European army:

    https://www.spiegel.de/politik/ausland/frankreich-emmanuel-macrons-militaerische-muskelspiele-a-1278137.html

    Macron is organizing one military parade after another. France has a new atomic submarine (the only naval vessels that make sense, in contrast to surface vessel sitting ducks). Six more are planned. France is setting up a military space command. Macron’s explicit goal is “strategic independence” from both the US and China.

    France meanwhile IS spending 2% GDP, Germany only 1.2% but has pledged, under strong pressure from Trump and Macron, to increase spending.

  47. Cloggie on Mon, 22nd Jul 2019 2:58 am 

    First step:

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/jul/22/breaking-up-is-harder-to-do-in-denmark-after-divorce-law-changes

    “Breaking up is harder to do in Denmark after divorce law changes”

  48. Davy on Mon, 22nd Jul 2019 6:19 am 

    “Putin Comes Clean On 2016 ‘Meddling’: “Perfectly Clear Ukrainian Oligarchs Gave Money To Trump’s Opponents”
    https://tinyurl.com/y4jmuzq2 target liberty via zero hedge

  49. Davy on Mon, 22nd Jul 2019 6:29 am 

    “Sawdust Might Be One Answer to the World’s Plastic Problem”
    https://tinyurl.com/y373vshw Bloomberg

    “As part of a strategy to find more sustainable packaging, Pepsi last year joined Nestle and Danone’s NaturALL Bottle Alliance to find ways to reduce the carbon footprint of beverage bottles. All three plan to buy 100% plant-derived bottles from Origin Materials when its Ontario plant gets up and running at the end of 2020 with a starting capacity of 300 million bottles a year. Origin Materials developed a way to extract cellulose from wood waste to make para-xylene, a hydrocarbon usually derived from oil used to manufacture PET, one of the most common plastics today. Since trees and plants naturally capture CO2 through photosynthesis, using sustainably sourced sawdust and wood chips more than offsets any pollutants released in the manufacturing process, according to Bissell.”

  50. Davy on Mon, 22nd Jul 2019 6:32 am 

    “Millions of Barrels of Iranian Oil Are Piled Up in China’s Ports”
    https://tinyurl.com/y5took8b Bloomberg

    “Two and a half months after the White House banned the purchase of Iran’s oil, the nation’s crude is continuing to be sent to China where it’s being put into what’s known as “bonded storage,” say people familiar with operations at several Chinese ports. This oil doesn’t cross local customs or show up in the nation’s import data and is not necessarily in breach of sanctions. And while it remains out of circulation for now, its presence is looming over the market.”

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