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Kunstler: Sedition in Real Time

Public Policy

It is a wonder of these incendiary times that even as impeachment of a president moves to its ripest phase, trial in the Senate, the acts of sedition that prompted it still go on behind the scenes with no intervention — an epic failure of authority, if there ever was one. And further irony, if ever there was a trial that cried for witnesses, the impeachment case being brought by Mrs. Pelosi is such a hash of fraud, incompetence, and chicanery, that it begs for summary dismissal — so that these seditious caitiffs will not have to answer to the nation.

I speak of the “whistleblower” scheme cooked up by a network of officials who have actively plotted to overthrow the president for three years, as laid out at The Last Refuge website Sunday night: Intelligence Community Inspector General Michael Atkinson in league with former colleagues from the Department of Justice National Security Division and the Lawfare org — a group dedicated to weaponizing law, in service to the political Left.

As I have averred in this blog as far back as October, Mr. Atkinson’s previous job before being appointed ICIG was counsel (lawyer) to the Department of Justice’s Chief of National Security. During the first half of the election year 2016, that was John Carlin. Mr. Carlin’s job was not just to sign-off on FISA warrants, but to actually write them. It also happens that Mr. Carlin had previously served as chief of staff to Robert Mueller, when Mr. Mueller was FBI Director.

Mr. Carlin signed-off on a March 2016 warrant against Carter Page, under suspicion of being a Russian Spy, when in fact Carter Page was a CIA informant who had been operating in Russia for years to uncover Russian adventures against the USA. CIA Director John Brennan inserted Mr. Page into the Trump campaign to open up Mr. Trump’s campaign to FBI surveillance, since the CIA has no law enforcement powers. The FISA Court’s Two-hop Rule allows a second hop to anyone who communicated with the initial subject of a warrant, which might have achieved surveillance of everyone in the Trump campaign, including the candidate himself. It also would have allowed access to all communications going back for years. This part of the scheme was probably green-lighted by White House National Security Advisor Susan Rice for Mr. Brennan, with President Obama’s approval, for the purpose of helping Hillary Clinton win the election.

John Carlin resigned in September of 2016 when faced with the prospect of having to sign a second fraudulent FISA warrant. He was replaced by DOJ attorney Mary McCord. Among other things, Ms. McCord was involved in engineering the case against General Michael Flynn, as well as the continuing surveillance of the Trump campaign. She resigned in April of 2017. A month later, Robert Mueller was appointed Special Counsel by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein (acting for recused AG Jeff Sessions). Mary McCord then moved to a job at the elephant’s graveyard of federal officials under suspicion of malfeasance: the Georgetown University Law School. Meanwhile Michael Atkinson, who had continued as counsel under Ms. McCord, was shifted to his new job as ICIG.

Since then, somehow, Mary McCord landed a gig as an outside lawyer for Adam Schiff’s House intelligence Committee, to which she remains attached to this day. She is also associated with the Lawfare org that has supplied several other lawyers to Mr. Schiff’s committee and Jerrold Nadler’s House Judiciary Committee. Did Ms. McCord organize the “whistleblower” complaint and coordinate its transmission through Mr. Atkinson’s IG office, with CIA agent Eric Ciaramella acting as the spearpoint for the operation? Did Mr. Ciaramella have direct contact with Ms. McCord in the process? Did Ms. McCord have any part in actually writing the “whistleblower’s” highly legalistic complaint? Did Ms. McCord play any part in the backdating of official forms submitted for the “whistleblower’s” complaint — especially the crucial matter of changing the provision that disallowed second-hand “hearsay” evidence from such a complaint? Isn’t it a pity that the Senate phase of this impeachment may conclude with no testimony from these people?

An additional insult to the public interest went down on Friday when FISA court presiding judge James Boasberg picked one Davids Kris, former DOJ National Security Division chief (preceding John Carlin under President Obama), to “assist” in reforming FISA court procedures lately discredited by multiple acts of fraud and seditious abuse. Mr. Kris’s conflicts of interest in this endeavor are so rich and dark that they would embarrass a Gestapo Gruppenführer. In October, 2019, he tweeted “Trump has to go.” He was a loud critic of the report issued by Rep Devin Nunes, former chair, now ranking minority member, of the House Intel Committee — a report subsequently proven factually correct about the deceit surrounding RussiaGate — and a fervent supporter of Adam’s Schiff’s dishonest and factually erroneous minority report. He is one of the most active contributors to the Lawfare blog.

The appointment of Mr. Kris has provoked vehement objections for these obvious reasons, yet who and where is the authority to adjudicate it? Apparently in Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, who is the only person with any supervisory role over the FISA court. Maybe someone should ask Justice Roberts how this appointment can possibly stand.

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325 Comments on "Kunstler: Sedition in Real Time"

  1. I AM THE MOB on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 2:42 am 


    Sorry buddy, 2+2=4. You can’t spin math.

    This is why you are a stoopid NEET!

  2. Davy aka supremacist muzzies jerk on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 3:56 am 

    supremacist muzzies jerk and DavySkum up to their old tricks.

    What a lovely pair.

  3. JuanP and Annoymouse are stupid on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 5:09 am 

    This junk is from the board trolls juanPee and annoymouse

    This is not Davy:
    Davy aka supremacist muzzies jerk said supremacist muzzies jerk and DavySkum up to their…

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  4. Davy on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 5:11 am 

    “I expect to debate with intelligent people, not fools. I have a life and PO is only a minuscule part of it. More for entertainment then education.”

    This is why you, annoymouse, and juanPee need to leave. The three of you have ruined this forum

  5. Davy on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 5:20 am 

    “No, not civilisation, only that empire of yours. No worries, mobster. It is just that the thirties will happen one decade earlier this century.”

    LOL, sipping gin and tonic at the Titanic bar. “No worries” LMFAO

  6. Davy on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 5:41 am 

    “Putin’s Now Purged The West From The Kremlin” Tom luongo

    “Putin’s plan is to devolve some of the President’s overwhelming power to the legislature and the State Council, while beefing up the Constitutional Court’s ability to provide checks on legislation…it’s been clear for the past few years that Putin has been engaged in the second phase of his long-term plan to first rebuild and then remake Russia during his time in office. The first phase was rescuing Russia from economic, societal and demographic collapse. It was in serious danger of this when Putin took over from Boris Yeltsin…Putin understands that the Russian presidency under the current constitution is far too powerful and leaves the country vulnerable to a man who isn’t a patriot being corrupted by that power. There are a number of issues that most commentators and analysts in the West do not understand about Putin. Their insistence on presenting Putin only in the worst possible terms is tired and nonsensical to anyone who spends even a cursory amount of time studying him. These events of the past couple of days in Russia are the end result of years of work on Putin’s part to purge the Russian government and the Kremlin of what The Saker calls The Atlanticist Fifth Column…And they have been dug in like ticks in a corrupt bureaucracy that has taken Putin the better part of twenty years to tame. It’s been a long and difficult road that even I only understand the surface details of. But it’s clear that beginning in 2012 or so, Putin began making the shift towards the next phase of Russia’s strategic comeback. And that second phase is about taking a stable Russia and elevating its institutions to a more sustainable model…Their dollar-denominated debt was swapped out for euro and ruble debt through the Bank of Russia and he instructed the central bank to allow the ruble to fall, to stop defending it. Taking the inflationary hit was dangerous but necessary if Russia was to become a truly independent economic force…And this has been Putin’s focus for a while now. Oil and gas are geostrategic assets used to shore up Russia’s position as a regional power, building connections with its new partners while opening up new markets for Russian businesses. But it isn’t the end of the Russian story of the future, rather the beginning. And the slow privatization of those industries is happening, with companies like Gazprom and Rosneft selling off excess treasury shares to raise capital and put a larger share of them into public hands. Again, this is all part of the next stage of Russia’s development and democratizing some of the President’s power has to happen if Russia is going to survive him leaving the stage. Because it is one thing to have a man of uncommon ability and patriotism wielding that power responsibly. It’s another to believe Russia can get another man like Putin to take his place…This is the early stage of this much-needed overhaul of Russia’s constitutional order and the neocons in the West are likely stunned into silence knowing that they can no longer just wait Putin out and sink their hooks into his most likely successor. Sometimes the most important changes occur right under our noses, right out in the open. Contrast that with the skullduggery and open hostility of the political circus in D.C. and you can which direction the two countries are headed.”

  7. Davy on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 5:44 am 

    One has to be in awe of Putin as a statesman but also as a political thinker. His vision for Russia has been absolutely amazing. He has transformed the country into a solid nation on all fronts. Russia is truly strong now and it is because of Putin long term programs based on a Russia first strategy. Putin is a true Russian patriot. The populous is now much more patriotic like Putin and much of the dangerous corruption has been tamed. Russia still has huge problems but these problems are with a strong nation with competent leaders in all segments of the nation from business to the military. No wonder the neocons in the west are deranged over him. Putin has continually strengthened Russia as a bulwark against them. Throw China’s economic hegemonic growth in and you see this world is definitely multi-polar and the Empire is long gone.

  8. Davy on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 6:00 am 

    This is for the cloggo who yesterday ask for proof of a German free fall. LOL. Note, I have been supplying these references for months now but he ignores them because they are extremely inconvenient for his golden German decade ahead…you know because of renewables and EV’s.

    “German Industry “Stuck In Recession,” No Signs Of Bottom, Warns BDI” zero hedge

    “Germany’s Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie (BDI) warned Thursday that economic growth in Europe’s largest economy was “stuck in a recession,” with little hope of an economic rebound. BDI said economic growth in Germany would continue to decelerate in 2020 as there are no signs of improvement in the struggling manufacturing sector. “Industry remains stuck in recession, and there are no signs for the sector bottoming out,” BDI President Dieter Kempf said Thursday. BDI forecasted economic growth at 0.5% in 2020, adding that adjusted growth will print around 0.1%.”

  9. Davy on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 6:11 am 

    It is clear the BRI is a huge mistake coming at a time of a devolving globalism. What China is doing is exporting its over capacity on credit. Its investments at home cannot bring a proper return so they are exporting capacity. The country is full of nonperforming loans that represent decades of malinvestment. It is now doing the same globally because its home front is saturated. This is a long-term failure just like the economy is poised to implode into a hard landing. This only matter so much because China is too big to fail. Yet the important point is internally with the Chinese population and if they will stomach the severe pain ahead. They have become habituated to growth and affluence and that will soon end spectacularly. This referenced article shows also how the Europeans are biting at the BRI thinking it is something for them to enjoy opportunities with. The problem is the Europeans can’t compete with the Chinese and their export of excess capacity. The Europeans can’t afford to give resources away like the Chinese do. Expect more disappointments by the Europeans as they get indigestion on the BRI feast.

    “Chinese giants thrive as European firms battle belt and road entry barriers, report says” scmp

    “European companies struggle to be more than niche players in grand infrastructure plan, according to leading business group. Survey results raise concerns about fair access for foreign competitors to projects”

  10. Davy on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 6:48 am 

    This is a real good documentary on how Putin purged the west from the Kremlin.

    “The Rise of Putin and The Fall of The Russian Jewish Oligarchs” you tube

  11. Cloggie on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 6:53 am 

    Good find JuanP, you know how I hate Jews

  12. Cloggie on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 7:00 am 

    “This is for the cloggo who yesterday ask for proof of a German free fall. LOL. Note, I have been supplying these references for months now but he ignores them because they are extremely inconvenient for his golden German decade ahead…you know because of renewables and EV’s.”

    As always you are intentionally putting words in my mouth. I haven’t said that 2020-2030 will be a “European Golden Decade”, that was 2010-2020:

    2020-2030 will be the decade of the USSR-1991-style downfall of the US-empire. By 2024 China is the new #1, whose growth could very well have stopped, which probably means war, just to deflect from internal tensions. I expect Donnie to be reelected and hold-out until 2024, the crucial year for WW3-CW2. By that time we’ll have an embryonic EU-army, Nord Stream will be in place, Dems will have won the election and white nationalist uprisings will occur that initially will be suppressed, turning the insurrection into a IRA-style terrorist movement, applying hit-and-run tactics.

    Back to 2020, there is no German “free fall”, there is a contraction of the German industry at best (“recession”), but as I pointed out yesterday, industry is merely 30% of the economy, 70% is service and added together, Germany is still in the plus over 2019 (0.6%).

    This just in from the BDI:

    Yes, recession for the German industry (not the entire economy as a whole), but even the BDI admits that the economy as a whole is NOT in a recession and won’t be either in 2020 (0.5%).

    From a white nationalist position more economic growth is not even desirable. We need less employment instead of more as we want white women to have children rather than programming computers. We need to concentrate on “geopolitical refactoring”, read: after we have managed to get the British to volunteer to pack their bags from the European world, we can now bring in the Russians and concentrate on the controlled demolition of the empire… errr… make that: liberate US whitey from the evil ZOG and park them in a global European culture circle, turning European-Americans into full-blown Europeans of the cowboy variety, depriving our poor British friends of a major geopolitical option (Anglo-Zionist card), leaving them no choice than become Yuropean as well.


  13. Reports on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 7:28 am 


    Please stop being so Skummy.

    It’s most unbecoming of a deplorable of your stature.

  14. Cloggie on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 7:31 am 

    Please JuanP stop the low IQ busllshit. If you want to spend time here contribute you troll

  15. Cloggie on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 8:24 am 

    “Please JuanP stop the low IQ busllshit. If you want to spend time here contribute you troll”

    I will NEVER, I repeat NEVER write meta-posts like that.

    “It is clear the BRI is a huge mistake coming at a time of a devolving globalism.”

    There is no “devolving globalism”, the only globalism that is about to bite the dust is the US oligarchic one. The unipolar globalism of the (((Charles Krauthammer))) variety is about to be replaced by a globalism within the framework of a more identitarian multi-polar world. Global trade will continue to exist, perhaps in smaller volumes, but still substantial. Expect borders to be re-erected. Expect Europe First, America First, Russia First, China First policies to replace One World One Giant Free Market. Expect balanced trade everywhere. Expect rejection of reserve currencies by everybody, replaced by barter, enabled by balanced trade.

    “Chinese giants thrive as European firms battle belt and road entry barriers, report says”

    China will give priority to Chinese firms until they are forced to make concessions, like Trump is currently doing. Europe should do the same and send the message: “trade is good but only if it works both ways, which means balanced trade”.

    Yet for the moment the New Silk Road is in the massive (populist) European interest as it creates new geopolitical options and the opportunity for Europe to wrestle itself free from the deadly embrace of the post-1945 ZOG-empire. It is absolutely no coincidence that the most-populist country in Western Europe, Italy, has embraced the New Silk Road.

  16. Cloggie on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 8:35 am 

    German government confirms US threats for high tariffs on cars if Europe would not follow US policy on Iran:

    “Bundesregierung bestätigt US-Drohung mit Zöllen gegen Europa”

    Expect an EU response:

    “Wir müssen unsere Interessen stärker durchsetzen – notfalls robust”

    (“We need to push through our interests stronger, if necessary robust”)

    “Insgesamt müsse Europa endlich die “Sprache der Macht” lernen, auch gegenüber den USA.”

    (“Europe must finally learn to speak to language of power, including vis-a-vis the US”)

    We should make s shortlist of how to hurt US interests if push comes to shove. Candidates:

    – teaming up with China and Russia and eliminate the dollar from Eurasia
    – destroy Amazon, Facebook, Google, Microsoft (shut them down)
    – German nuclear armament
    – replace Atlantic with New Silk Road and Northern Siberian Searoute
    – allow far-going historic and holohoax revisionism in particular.
    – massive Eurasian anti-Anglo armament programs
    – claim responsibility for the fate of European America

  17. JuanP on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 8:42 am 

    Ha ha ha clog, that is a good laugh

    – teaming up with China and Russia and eliminate the dollar from Eurasia
    – destroy Amazon, Facebook, Google, Microsoft (shut them down)
    – German nuclear armament
    – replace Atlantic with New Silk Road and Northern Siberian Searoute
    – allow far-going historic and holohoax revisionism in particular.
    – massive Eurasian anti-Anglo armament programs
    – claim responsibility for the fate of European America

  18. Cloggie on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 9:43 am 

    Davy, stop stealing my identity you moron.

    Not my fault you have no allies. Take a good long look in the mirror, numbnuts.

  19. Cloggie on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 9:45 am 

    Davy, in a truly pathetic bid to convince, routinely engages in ID theft and sock puppetry to create the illusion he’s got a supporter.

    Problem is it’s all too easy to see through his stupid veneer.

  20. JuanP on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 11:08 am 

    “JuanP, in a truly pathetic bid to convince, routinely engages in ID theft and sock puppetry to create the illusion he’s got a supporter.”

    I am not here to make friends stupid. Get used to it you lying piece of shit. You approve of this shit so you can live with it. Got it! ROTFLO

  21. I AM THE MOB on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 5:39 pm 

    China just reported its weakest annual economic growth in 29 years

    The great slant eyed debt bubble is ready for their minksy moment!

    I’m sure while they are on the ropes the US won’t..

  22. I AM THE MOB on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 5:41 pm 

    Mak is going to get all triggered now and call the last article US propaganda!

    My country only uses two tablespoons of oil a day! blah, blah, blah, etc.


  23. I AM THE MOB on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 5:44 pm 

    Chinese birth rate falls to lowest in seven decades

    womp womp.

  24. makati1 on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 5:52 pm 

    MOB/DAVY, with a GDP growth of ~6%, China’s economy is not in any trouble. Meanwhile, the US has to lie thru its teeth to get 2% while the economy is obviously swirling down the shitter to a Greater Depression. You obviously don’t like facts that burst your delusional world bubble. Aww! LOL

    BTW: The Philippines is also on the ~6% GDP growth rate level. Six percent doubles the economy in 12 years. That is how long I have lived here and I can see the growth happening. The local electric company is shutting off my electric for a while next Friday to upgrade from a 5MVA transformer to a 10MVA transformer due to the GROWTH in demand locally. East moving up. West moving down. A good thing.

  25. Duncan Idaho on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 5:57 pm 

    Trump Support Is Strongly Correlated with Obesity

    The Fat Boy seems to attract The Fat.
    (being Fat and Dumb is a Trump trait)

  26. makati1 on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 6:02 pm 

    BTW MOB, China has an excess of people and will hardly miss a few million. It is already shipping them out by the thousands to its New Silk Road locations to get rid of them.

    However, the US has to import immigrants to keep a level population. (Ditto the EU) Too many fruit cakes, gender benders, druggies and poverty-stricken youth that won’t reproduce for many reasons in the West, especially Police State Amerika. The world is going tan. Adjust!

    (The BBC is not a reliable source of stats or info, as it is just an extension of the USMSM propaganda machine.)

  27. Davy on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 6:17 pm 

    “China just reported its weakest annual economic growth in 29 years”

    There still doing better then weve done for the past 36 years MOB. The last year we beat 6% was in 1984. Before you were ever born.


  28. JuanP on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 6:23 pm 

    “MOB/DAVY, with a GDP growth of ~6%, China’s economy is not in any trouble”


    MAK believes official numbers just like a sheeple

  29. makati1 on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 6:25 pm 

    Well, Juan, when the numbers go my way. I am really pretty economically illiterate much like you are.

  30. JuanP on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 6:30 pm 

    Trump derangement Is Strongly Correlated with mental illness:

  31. makati1 on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 6:32 pm 

    Human Rights Watch: China Is “Existential Threat” To Global Freedom
    Non-governmental organization Human Rights Watch warned Wednesday that if China continues to go unchecked, it threatens to enslave the entire global population and eviscerate freedom for good. In its annual report, the think tank cautioned that the Communist Chinese government is using technology, censorship and violent repression to such an effective extent that it threatens to fundamentally undermine international human rights forever. “Beijing has long suppressed domestic critics. Now the Chinese government is trying to extend that censorship to the rest of the world,” the 652-page report concluded. HRW declared that China is now engaged in the “most intense attack” ever on freedom, and that President Xi Jinping’s government is executing “the most brutal and pervasive oppression that China has seen for decades,” including the implementation of a “nightmarish surveillance system” in Xinjiang province. The report outlines how China is using its might to systematically silence political dissidents, religious groups, and ethnic minorities. The report is so damning that Beijing banned HRW executive director, Kenneth Roth, from traveling to Hong Kong to attend an event to release it. Instead, the report was launched at the United Nations headquarters in New York. The report also criticized the UN, other countries, and global corporations for not doing enough to stand up to China, accusing them of being “willing accomplices,” of “enabling” the crackdown and turning a blind eye to “a dystopian future in which no one is beyond the reach of Chinese censors.”

  32. JuanP on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 6:33 pm 

    Oops, MAK, you forgot the link:


  33. Davy on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 6:34 pm 

    Mak is write juanpee. He’s always write. Just like the cloggo.

    It’s real upsetting.

  34. makati1 on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 6:39 pm 

    I believe what I see. I see growth in Asia and contraction in the US. It is obvious to me as I get to see both places regularly. You do not. You rely on USMSM lies, for your view of the world. I rely on my eyes, experience and friends in those places.

    You might want to peruse these US stats as they are far more accurate then any MSM lies: (~21%) (6-10%) (GDP Minus 2%)

    And the beat goes on…

  35. makati1 on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 6:40 pm 

    “Oops, MAK, you forgot the link:” Not my post JuanP.

  36. JuanP on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 6:45 pm 

    I am discovery my savior agains. Please read this if you want salvation:

    CHAPTER IV : The Instruments of Good Works
    In the first place to love the Lord God with the whole heart, the whole soul, the whole strength…
    Then, one’s neighbor as one’s self (cf Mt 22:37-39; Mk 12:30-31; Lk 10:27).
    Then, not to kill…
    Not to commit adultery…
    Not to steal…
    Not to covet (cf Rom 13:9).
    Not to bear false witness (cf Mt 19:18; Mk 10:19; Lk 18:20).
    To honor all men (cf 1 Pt 2:17).
    And what one would not have done to himself, not to do to another (cf Tob 4:16; Mt 7:12; Lk 6:31).
    To deny one’s self in order to follow Christ (cf Mt 16:24; Lk 9:23).
    To chastise the body (cf 1 Cor 9:27).
    Not to seek after pleasures.
    To love fasting.
    To relieve the poor.
    To clothe the naked…
    To visit the sick (cf Mt 25:36).
    To bury the dead.
    To help in trouble.
    To console the sorrowing.
    To hold one’s self aloof from worldly ways.
    To prefer nothing to the love of Christ.
    Not to give way to anger.
    Not to foster a desire for revenge.
    Not to entertain deceit in the heart.
    Not to make a false peace.
    Not to forsake charity.
    Not to swear, lest perchance one swear falsely.
    To speak the truth with heart and tongue.
    Not to return evil for evil (cf 1 Thes 5:15; 1 Pt 3:9).
    To do no injury, yea, even patiently to bear the injury done us.
    To love one’s enemies (cf Mt 5:44; Lk 6:27).
    Not to curse them that curse us, but rather to bless them.
    To bear persecution for justice sake (cf Mt 5:10).
    Not to be proud…
    Not to be given to wine (cf Ti 1:7; 1 Tm 3:3).
    Not to be a great eater.
    Not to be drowsy.
    Not to be slothful (cf Rom 12:11).
    Not to be a murmurer.
    Not to be a detractor.
    To put one’s trust in God.
    To refer what good one sees in himself, not to self, but to God.
    But as to any evil in himself, let him be convinced that it is his own and charge it to himself.
    To fear the day of judgment.
    To be in dread of hell.
    To desire eternal life with all spiritual longing.
    To keep death before one’s eyes daily.
    To keep a constant watch over the actions of our life.
    To hold as certain that God sees us everywhere.
    To dash at once against Christ the evil thoughts which rise in one’s heart.
    And to disclose them to our spiritual father.
    To guard one’s tongue against bad and wicked speech.
    Not to love much speaking.
    Not to speak useless words and such as provoke laughter.
    Not to love much or boisterous laughter.
    To listen willingly to holy reading.
    To apply one’s self often to prayer.
    To confess one’s past sins to God daily in prayer with sighs and tears, and to amend them for the future.
    Not to fulfil the desires of the flesh (cf Gal 5:16).
    To hate one’s own will.
    To obey the commands of the Abbot in all things, even though he himself (which Heaven forbid) act otherwise, mindful of that precept of the Lord: “What they say, do ye; what they do, do ye not” (Mt 23:3).
    Not to desire to be called holy before one is; but to be holy first, that one may be truly so called.
    To fulfil daily the commandments of God by works.
    To love chastity.
    To hate no one.
    Not to be jealous; not to entertain envy.
    Not to love strife.
    Not to love pride.
    To honor the aged.
    To love the younger.
    To pray for one’s enemies in the love of Christ.
    To make peace with an adversary before the setting of the sun.
    And never to despair of God’s mercy.

  37. makati1 on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 6:46 pm 

    Juan, did you now I was once a high priestess in the Mormon Church? I had my hand in the till so I had to leave.

  38. I AM THE MOB on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 6:59 pm 


    And clogg thinks these lard asses are going to rise up and start some shit. I think not.

  39. I AM THE MOB on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 7:00 pm 


    China inflates their GDP. Everyone knows that. Just like they do their IQ scores by testing only their top tier students.

    You can only build so many ghost cities etc..


  40. Duncan Idaho on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 7:04 pm 

    Another Trump Repug goes down:
    Ex-New York congressman Chris Collins sentenced to 26 months for insider-trading tip to son

    This seems to be what the thugs are good at.

  41. I AM THE MOB on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 7:08 pm 

    IMF boss Says Global Economy Risks Return of Great Depression

  42. Davy on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 7:42 pm 

    Hi Juan,

    Thanks for yer last comment. I saved it to my notes cus theirs a lot to digest in it.

    Yer old BFF,


  43. Davy on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 7:53 pm 

    The IMF is controlled by the Jews MOB. But you all ready new that.

  44. Davy on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 8:48 pm 

    “In China, GDP Growth Falls To Lowest Level In Nearly 30 Years”

    There still doing better then weve done for the past 36 years MOB. The last year we beat 6% was in 1984. Before you were ever born.


  45. makati1 on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 9:10 pm 

    SO? MOB? Even if, and it is a is IF, China GDP is not 6%, say half, or 3%, it is still way above the lying 2 % the US claims.

    “Citing trade tensions, IMF cuts China’s 2019 GDP growth forecast to 6.2% from 6.3%” (Google)

    China GDP by purchasing power, or what it can buy: China Number one in 2019. US number three after The EU. Down by ~20%. WIKI (IMF/WB/CIA)

    It is what you money can buy that is the most important. For instance, $2 haircuts vs $15 haircuts.

  46. Davy on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 9:14 pm 

    So true makato. So true.

    I hate the truth almost as much as I hate this lame forum and all the people on it.

  47. Davy on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 9:59 pm 

    Hi Juan,

    Are you my friend?

    Maybe if we pumped each other we could bridge the divide.

    Humper Pumper #9?

  48. Davy on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 11:12 pm 

    Juan? Where are you Juan? You and that massive ebony pee pee that I imagined and long fer so real bad like.

  49. Cloggie on Fri, 17th Jan 2020 11:27 pm 

    “British Prime Minister Johnson Vows to ‘Stamp Out the Resurgence of Antisemitism’”

    Same pattern, nothing will ever change in the UK, not from the inside.

    And why should a NYC-born, Turkish-Russian-Jewish-French-English mystery meat be concerned with protecting the English biosphere?

    At least Corbyn tried to break the power of “the Moneymen”. And failed.

    BoJo is no Putin, no Trump, no Salvini, no continental European populist; BoJo is the continuation of ZOG-UK, born in May 1940. BoJo’s hero is Churchill. That should tell you enough.

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