America is the Best there is or America is a Racist Country (Positive / Negative)

There’s a definite difference between Republicans and Democrats and it’s not just a policy-based difference. The attitudes the parties have about this country, its people, and the situation we’re in couldn’t be more night and day.

As a video by the Daily Wire highlights, Republicans seem to have a firm grasp on things. The image President Donald Trump and the rest of the Republicans present is one of unflinching resolve, competence, and most importantly, hope.

There’s an optimism in the air around Republicans, not just about their reelection chances, about the state of America. Though it’s undeniable that we’re going through hard times, Republicans seem to have their eye on the prize. They refuse to be victims and will do whatever it takes to overcome the difficulty they’re in.

Trump himself seems to have a very clear vision for the future that involves a rising tide that will elevate all boats. He’s confident on stage and doesn’t waver in his words as people do when they don’t truly believe them. He gives credit where it’s due and tells the truth where it’s needed.

This comes through in the video the Daily Wire created very well, but the opposite end of the aisle is presenting itself in the exact opposite way.

Democrat leadership is, for lack of a better term, awkward. They seem uneasy and their smiles practiced. They look like people held hostage and putting on a brave face about it. They seem like they’re trying way too hard to sell something that they know few people want to buy. I typically don’t like using the phrase “it’s not a good look,” but it’s not a good look.TRENDING  

More striking than the cringe-fest they’ve invited us to is the attitude the Democrats have struck about America. They look at the country as deeply flawed. They see victims everywhere they look and they can’t stress enough that we’re in dire trouble.

The conditionless optimism that the Republicans emanate is absent in the Democrats. They want you to know things are really bad and they’re only going to get worse if Trump is reelected. They seldom talk about the tenacity and relentlessness of the American people or the way they conquer one problem after another that creates a society of limitless possibilities.

Democrats seem to believe our society is in a state of arrested development and that it will continue to stay that way, or at least they want you to believe that.

There’s something dark and depressing about it. Even their attempts at humor seem sad.

The Daily Wire’s video perfectly highlights these differences.

If anyone needs to figure out why they should vote Republican in this election, this video demonstrates a very good reason why. Policies are great to focus on, for sure, but one thing that can’t be overlooked is the attitude presented by Democrats and it’s clear they’re not entirely feeling America.

Something is missing. Like a couple that stays together but no longer really likes each other, the Democrats don’t seem to like America but they do want to stay because they don’t have any other option.

Republicans, meanwhile, truly love this country and want the best for it. They think it truly is something great and could even be greater. They believe in it and want to support it under the knowledge that it’s not done achieving heights yet.

This attitude is important to understand. One party will take us nowhere, the other to the stars both figuratively and probably very literally.

I think the choice is clear as to who we should be voting for come November.

Posted by: bj | September 21, 2020

New Spokeswoman

Posted by: bj | September 19, 2020


Posted by: bj | September 18, 2020


The Preacher’s Telling it Like it is

– Kamala
Posted by: bj | September 17, 2020

Ant City – Fascinating –

September 15, 2020 – Tucker Carlson – Fox News –

‘I worked in the WHO reference lab in Wuhan which is the top coronavirus lab in the world’

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Dr. Li-Meng Yan joins Tucker Carlson with insight on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’

The Chinese Military government intentionally manufactured and released the COVID 19 Virus that led to mass shutdowns and deaths across the world, a top virologist and whistleblower told Fox News host Tucker Carlson Tuesday.

Carlson specifically asked Dr. Li-Meng Yan whether she believed the Chinese communist party released the virus “on purpose.” “Yes, of course, it’s intentionally,” she responded.

Yan said more evidence would be released but pointed to her own high-ranking position at a World Health Organization reference lab as a reason to trust her allegation.

“I work[ed] in the WHO reference lab which is the top coronavirus lab in the world, in the University of Hong Kong. And the thing is I get deeply into such investigation in secret from the early beginning of this outbreak. I had my intelligence because I also get my own unit network in China, involved [in] the hospital … also I work with the top corona[virus] virologist in the world,” she said.

“So, together with my experience, I can tell you, this is created in the lab … and also, it is spread to the world to make such damage.”

Fox News reported earlier on Dr. Yan when she blew the whistle on China’s alleged attempts to suppress information about its handling of the virus. With a vast network of contacts in Chinese medical facilities, Yan attempted to gather more information about the virus as China blocked overseas experts from conducting research in the country.

Her revelations fueled ongoing complaints that the Chinese government failed to tell the world early on about the virus’ threat. Specifically, she believes the Chinese government ignored research that could have saved lives. The State Department did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

In response, her former employer, the University of Hong Kong, criticized her account. A press release noted “that the content of the said news report does not accord with the key facts as we understand them.”

“Specifically, Dr Yan never conducted any research on human-to-human transmission of the novel coronavirus at [the University of Hong Kong] during December 2019 and January 2020, her central assertion of the said interview.”

Yan, who said she was one of the first scientists in the world to study the novel coronavirus, fled China and currently fears retaliation. She was allegedly asked by her supervisor at the University/WHO reference lab, Dr. Leo Poon, in 2019 to look into the odd cluster of SARS-like cases coming out of mainland China at the end of December 2019.

July 10, 2020 Video – Click Below –

Posted by: bj | September 15, 2020

Whats wrong with wind and solar?

Posted by: bj | September 12, 2020

Gavin Newsom Signs Bill to Protect LGBT Sex Offenders

September 12, 2020: Impeach Governor Newsom

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Gavin Newsom and Shirley Weber

Gov. Newsom Signs Bill to Protect Sex Offenders Who Have Homosexual Sex with Minors

How can this bill be legal when California’s age of consent is still 18?

By Katy Grimes, September 12, 2020 1:57 pm

California’s Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom just signed Senate Bill 145  which lowers the penalties for adults who have sex will same-sex minors.

As Senator Melissa Melendez Tweeted, “Well what a shock. Newsom signed SB145, the bill that allows a 24 year old to have sex with a 14 year old and escape a felony conviction and requirement to be a registered sex offender. Absolutely disgusting.”

Posted by: bj | September 11, 2020

MAGA YMCA Dance Party in Beverly Hills

August 22, 2020: BLM Riot Turns Into MAGA YMCA Dance Party at TRUMP UNITY BRIDGE in Beverly Hills

Keep this up and California will go RED

Posted by: bj | September 9, 2020

Wall Paintings

Wall Paintings

Posted by: bj | September 9, 2020

The Butterfly IQ (a must view)

The Butterfly IQ (a must view)

Posted by: bj | September 9, 2020

Yes I Can !!

Thank You

Posted by: bj | September 6, 2020

Good News Stories

Good News Stories

Twenty One Liberal Media, Entertainers and Politicians Promote Extreme Violence from Their Followers……Arn’t they responsible for the BLM and Antifa Riots and destruction in Portland, Seattle, Minneapolis, Chicago, Baltimore and New York?

And the Left Claims they Desire bipartisan cooperation. Why can’t we all just get along/ Nonsense; When the Left Chants Death to Trump Like Iran Chants Death to America and Israel.

Posted by: bj | September 4, 2020

The Bidens’ Chinese Secrets

The Bidens’ Chinese SecretsRiding The Dragon – Documentary by Peter Schweizer – Released September 4, 2020 (42 minutes)

Posted by: bj | September 3, 2020

Putin’s Palaces

The Lockdown Has Gone From a Mistake to a Crime

The lockdown is a crime. But even more upsetting is that it is supported by so many Americans: By Dennis Prager • September 1, 2020

Four months ago, I wrote a column titled “The Worldwide Lockdown May Be the Greatest Mistake in History.” I explained that “‘mistake’ and ‘evil’ are not synonyms. The lockdown is a mistake; the Holocaust, slavery, communism, fascism, etc., were evils. Massive mistakes are made by arrogant fools; massive evils are committed by evil people.”Regarding the economic catastrophe in America and around the world — especially among the world’s poor who are dependent upon America and other first-world countries for their income through exports and tourism — I wrote, “It is panic and hysteria, not the coronavirus, that created this catastrophe.”Unfortunately, I was right.The world should have followed Sweden’s example. That country never locked down and has even kept children under 16 in school the entire time. As Reuters reported on July 15, the number of Swedish children between 1 and 19 years of age who have died of COVID-19 is zero. And the percentage of children who contracted the illness was the exact same in Sweden as it was in Finland, which locked down its schools.As regards teachers, Sweden’s Public Health Agency reported that “a comparison of the incidence of COVID-19 in different professions suggested no increased risk for teachers.” Nevertheless, with few exceptions, teachers in Los Angeles and elsewhere refuse to enter a classroom that has students in it. Their disdain for their profession has been superseded only by that of the Los Angeles teachers union, which announced that teachers will not resume teaching until the police are defunded.People who defend lockdowns and closing schools point out that Sweden has the eighth-highest death rate per million in the Western world. But, needless to say, this has no bearing at all on the issue of whether Sweden was right to keep schools open or whether our country was wrong to close them, let alone keep them closed now. The overwhelming majority of deaths from COVID-19 in Sweden were among people over 70 years of age, and most of those were people over 80 and with compromised immune systems.Reuters reported that three separate studies, including one by UNICEF, “showed that Swedish children fared better than children in other countries during the pandemic, both in terms of education and mental health.”For more than a month, Sweden has had almost no deaths from COVID-19 while the entire society remains open and almost no one wears masks. (In Holland, too, almost no one wears masks.) For all intents and purposes, the virus is over in Sweden.I live in California, a state governed by that most dangerous of leaders: a fool with unlimited power. Despite the fact that California ranks 28th among the 50 states in deaths per million, Gov. Gavin Newsom has destroyed and continues to destroy tens of thousands of small businesses and untold numbers of livelihoods. His continuing to forbid — a half-year after the onset of the pandemic — indoor dining in restaurants is leading to a projected permanent closure of approximately 1 in every 3 restaurants in the state. The same catastrophic destruction will likely affect retail businesses and services such as hair and nail salons. But all this human tragedy — not to mention increased depression and suicides among the young and increased abuse of children and partners — means nothing to Newsom, to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti or to the Los Angeles Times, whose editors and columnists continue to advocate for the lockdown while they receive their salaries.Why can people eat with no mask in an airplane — inches, not six feet, from strangers — but cannot eat in a California restaurant, which is so much bigger than the inside of an airplane, while sitting six feet from others? Because Newsom ordered it, the Los Angeles Times supports it and, like sheep, Californians have accepted it.According to the California Association of Museums, “Museums are losing over $22 million a day due to the statewide quarantine. As of August 1, 2020, California museums have lost more than $2.9 billion in revenue. Museums have a $6.55 billion financial impact on California’s economy, support 80,722 jobs, and generated $492 million in tax revenues for the State of California in 2017 and over $1 billion in federal taxes.”And the American Alliance of Museums issued results from a survey on July 22, 2020, that warned 1 out of every 3 museums may shutter forever as funding sources and financial reserves run dry.On Aug. 3, The Wall Street Journal wrote, “In March … There was broad public support for the prudent goals of preventing hospitals from being overwhelmed and buying scientists time to develop therapies.” But the left — the media and Democratic governors and mayors — immediately moved the goal posts to “bending the curve” and “saving one life,” enabling them to get away with destroying lives and livelihoods.I conclude with the words of a Swedish medical doctor, Sebastian Rushworth:“Covid is over in Sweden. People have gone back to their normal lives and barely anyone is getting infected any more. I am willing to bet that the countries that have shut down completely will see rates spike when they open up. If that is the case, then there won’t have been any point in shutting down in the first place … Shutting down completely in order to decrease the total number of deaths only makes sense if you are willing to stay shut down until a vaccine is available. That could take years. No country is willing to wait that long.”The lockdown is a crime. But even more upsetting is that it is supported by so many Americans. This country is unrecognizable to those of us who lived through the 1968-1970 pandemic, which killed, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 100,000 Americans — the 2020 equivalent of 170,000 Americans. Nothing shut down. Not one mask was worn.

The rule of law is dead in California: Contra Costa DA will allow looters to steal anything they “need”: BY ARSENIOTOLEDO // 2020-08-31Tweet Share Copy  

Diana Becton, the progressive district attorney for Contra Costa County in the East Bay of California, is causing an uproar in her jurisdiction over major changes she has made when it comes to how crimes are charged. Now, police officers in her county have to consider whether a looter “needed” the goods they stole before they slap a charge on them. Becton is planning to roll out “looting guidelines” that she says are keeping in line with her platform of only enacting policies that put “racial equity” first. The main goal of these is to give looters a way out from receiving long jail and prison sentences if they committed their crimes during a declared state of emergency. In the document Becton published containing the guidelines, she said that their main goal is to promote “equitable filing practices.” This means that, before her office will even think about pressing charges against looters, they will have to take into consideration these five key points:

  1. Was the target business open or closed to the public during the state of emergency?
  2. What was the manner and means by which the suspect gained entry to the target business?
  3. What was the nature, quantity and value of the goods targeted?
  4. Was the theft committed for financial gain or personal need?
  5. Is there an articulable reason why another statute wouldn’t adequately address the particular incident?

This means that the DA’s office has to go through each of the five points, which includes conducting a psychological and financial analysis of the suspect, before they can file charges. Under California law, the crime of “looting” is strictly defined as an individual “taking advantage of a state of emergency to commit burglary, grand theft or petty theft.” People charged with looting can face up to three years in jail. With Becton’s new guidelines for prosecuting looters, it will be much more difficult for law enforcement officers to put criminals in jail and off of the streets. This will allow these criminals to escalate their actions, knowing that the police will not be able to put them away. (Related: Left-wing rioters in Kenosha are now setting fire to apartment buildings with families trapped inside.)

Putting race before the law

Becton, along with several other progressive DAs across the country, are pushing for lighter punishments for rioters. She, along with the DAs for Suffolk County, Massachusetts; Durham County, North Carolina; Cook County, Illinois and St. Louis, Missouri, even published an opinion piece on Politico detailing how they believe America’s criminal justice system, which they say was made “to control Black people and people of color,” must place lighter sentences on minorities. Coincidentally, all five district attorneys who penned the op-ed are Black. Instead of deterring crime with harsh punishments, Becton and the other attorneys believe that American society itself must change in order to better accommodate their needs. They also point to policies implemented across the country that help criminals go free, such as declining to prosecute minor offenses and refusing to take cases from officers suspected of being “racially biased.” As elected officials use the law for their political gain, ordinary people across the country have been forced to take up arms in order to defend life and property. Listen to this episode of the Health Ranger Report, a podcast by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, to learn about one such person, Kyle Rittenhouse, the young man who had to heroically defend himself against Black Lives Matter thugs who could have taken his life in Kenosha, Wisconsin, if he had not defended it.

Liberal district attorneys ignore crimes committed by rioters

Unfortunately, many of these left-wing district attorneys are already putting their planned policies into action, such as Mike Schmidt, the new leftist district attorney for Multnomah County, Oregon. Schmidt, in his first week on the job, effectively dismissed charges against most of the 600 rioters that were detained in Portland’s jails, to the objections of law enforcement officers and other public officials in the county. Moving forward, Schmidt will also be declining to prosecute rioters charged with so-called “minor offenses” such as interfering with police officers, trespassing and disorderly conduct. Kim Foxx, DA for Cook County, Illinois, is also in hot water for her alleged leniency towards the rioters and looters in Chicago. She has been accused of refusing to charge people arrested for rioting and looting during the current wave of engineered rioting in the city, which began in late May. “Criminals took to the street with the confidence that there would be no consequences for their actions,” said Chicago police superintendent David Brown. “And I for one refuse to allow these cowardly acts to hold our city hostage.” Foxx’s reputation has gotten so toxic that even Mayor Lori Lightfoot, a fellow Democrat, has criticized Foxx for going too far. “These people need to be held accountable and not cycled through the system,” she said. This blatantly unlawful conduct extends not just to DAs allowing Black Lives Matter and Antifa criminals to go free. Some DAs, like St. Louis, Missouri circuit attorney Kim Gardner, are going out of their way to persecute conservatives and other people who are exercising their right to defend themselves and their property. This is what Gardner did when she decided that she would slap a charge of felony unlawful use of a weapon after Mark and Patricia McCloskey became infamous among liberal circles due to videos taken of them deterring a violent BLM mob from stepping foot on their property using their firearms. Gardner is also preventing St. Louis police officers from doing their jobs. She placed 15 officers on an “exclusion list,” which means that any charges they file against criminals will likely be dropped and permanently banned seven officers from the Circuit Attorney’s Office. Becton’s office also has a long history of persecuting conservatives, such as when one of Becton’s deputy DAs, Nichelle Holmes, posted on social media about how she and the whole office wants to charge a couple who painted over a Black Lives Matter mural with “more than a citation for vandalism.” The office later charged the patriotic couple with a hate crime, but this charge will likely be dropped as it will be impossible for their office to prove racist intent.

Posted by: bj | September 3, 2020

Conservatism is the New Punk Rock

Conservatism is the New Punk Rock

Posted by: bj | September 1, 2020

NFL Continues to Go Off the Deep End

NFL Takes Virtue-Signaling To A New Level — You Have To See This One

by TheAssociatedPressabout 4 hours ago 189 Views

NFL end zones will be inscribed this season with two slogans: “It Takes All Of Us” on one end line, “End Racism” on the other.

As part of its social justice awareness initiatives, the NFL also will allow similar visuals on helmets and caps.

Previously announced were decals on the back of helmets, or patches on team caps, displaying names or phrases to honor victims of racism and/or police brutality.

“Each player will have the option to honor an individual by displaying that person’s name via a decal on the back of their helmet,” the memo said, according to ESPN.

“Players will be offered a list of names and short biographical information to help guide their decision-making, however, they can also select a victim of systemic racism who is not represented on this list.”

Coaches will also be allowed to display patches on their hats.

During pregame ceremonies, a recorded performance of “Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing,” known as the Black national anthem, will play.

Video montages of NFL players’ and clubs’ social justice work will air at the same time.

According to the memo, the NFL has “engaged the James Weldon Johnson Foundation (the song’s author) and the NAACP to work with us to inform and educate fans about the historical significance of the song during the weeks leading up to kickoff, and will utilize the NFL’s owned and operated channels to share as broadly as possible.”

Now, a T-shirt designed by NFL Players Association executive committee member Michael Thomas, a safety with the Houston Texans, can be worn in warmups.

That T-shirt says: “Injustice against one of us is injustice against all of us,” in the front.

The back says reads: “End racism.”

Players can choose either a name of a victim or one of four preferred phrases the NFL has approved:

“Stop Hate”; ”It Takes All Of Us”; “End Racism”; or “Black Lives Matter.’”

The same choices are available for coaches and on-field officials.

Each week, the NFL will feature the story of a victim of social or racial injustice or police brutality and tell that person’s story “in and around” the games, the league said.

NBC Sports initially reported the end zone displays and warmups designed by Thomas.

Author: The Associated Press

Posted by: bj | August 31, 2020

CA Opens Door for Reparations for Slavery

CA Opens Door for Reparations for Slavery, Wants Task Force To Decide Compensation

The vote on the bill was 33-3, according to Fox News.

The Senate fine-tuned pieces of the bill, which means that the Assembly, which passed it 56-5 in June, must vote on those changes to give the bill its final legislative approval.

The bill’s supporters blamed slavery for the plight of modern black Americans.

“Let’s be clear: Chattel slavery, both in California and across our nation, birthed a legacy of racial harm and inequity that continues to impact the conditions of black life in California,” Democratic state Sen. Holly Mitchell of Los Angeles, said.

“I hear far too many people say, ‘Well, I didn’t own slaves, that was so long ago.’ Well, you inherit wealth — you can inherit the debt that you owe to African-Americans,” Democratic state Sen. Steven Bradford, of Gardena, said.

Democratic Assemblywoman Shirley Weber has said the reparations legislation was necessary despite the fact that California entered the U.S. in 1850 as a free state — where slavery was illegal.

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“The discriminatory practices of the past echo into the everyday lives of today’s Californians,” said Weber, leader of the Legislative Black Caucus, according to KOVR-TV.

“This country has taught itself to hate African Americans and to deny the history that has brought us here,” she said in June while pushing the bill through the Assembly, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.Do you agree with this bill?Yes No Completing this poll entitles you to The Western Journal news updates free of charge. You may opt out at anytime. You also agree to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use

Lisa Holder, an attorney who teaches civil rights at UCLA School of Law, said the issue of reparations should be linked to discrimination and not slavery.

“The response really has to be framed around the issue of continuing racial injustice that started back in 1619 when Africans were stolen from Africa and brought here as enslaved people,” Holder said according to KPIX-TV.

“Then you don’t get into this messy, unintelligible notion of who is directly linked to a slave,” she said.

The bill states that reparations will be aimed at “African-Americans with special consideration for African-Americans who are descendants of persons enslaved.”

The legislation wants the University of California “to assemble a colloquium of scholars to draft a research proposal to analyze the economic benefits of slavery that accrued to owners and the businesses, including insurance companies and their subsidiaries, that received those benefits, and to make recommendations to the Legislature regarding those findings.”

The bill said that the Task Force to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African Americans, which must be convened by Gov. Gavin Newsom no later than July 1, 2021. It will be made up of nine members, five appointed by the governor and two each appointed by the state Assembly speaker and the Senate president pro tempore. At least two of the members must have a history of supporting reparations.

According to the legislation, “As a result of the historic and continued discrimination, African Americans continue to suffer debilitating economic, educational, and health hardships” which include the presence of black Americans in jail, high black unemployment and high black poverty.

The committee will base its call for reparations on “the lingering negative effects of the institution of slavery and the discrimination … on living African Americans and on society in California and the United States,” according to the bill, and “The manner in which instructional resources and technologies are being used to deny the inhumanity of slavery and the crime against humanity of people of African descent in California and the United States.”

The study will also assess “How the State of California will offer a formal apology on behalf of the people of California for the perpetration of gross human rights violations and crimes against humanity on African slaves and their descendants,” according to the bill, and “How California laws and policies that continue to disproportionately and negatively affect African Americans as a group and perpetuate the lingering material and psychosocial effects of slavery can be eliminated.”

The panel will be charged with determining how compensation is to be calculated and awarded.

Kamala Harris Gives Chilling Endorsement On Air — You Have To See This

August 31, 2020 – by Shane Trejo about 3 hours ago 109 Views

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) gave an explicit endorsement of left-wing terrorism during a recent appearance on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

The lady who hopes to be the next Vice President of the United States said that the left-wing shock troops “aren’t going to stop” and is urging for “everyone” to “beware” of the ongoing terror rampage gripping the nation.

“They’re not going to stop. This is a movement. I’m telling you they’re not going to stop, and everyone beware because they are not going to stop. They’re not going to stop before election day in November, and they’re not going to stop after election day, and everyone should take note of that on both levels that they’re not going to let up, and they should not, and we should not,” Harris said.

The entire clip can be seen here:

After a Trump supporter was murdered by a left-wing terrorist in Portland on Saturday, Harris released some lip service on social media about opposing violence. Harris supported a bail fund to make it easier for left-wing terrorists to get out of jail and cause more destruction in Minneapolis as the violence was initially escalating following the death of serial felon drug addict George Floyd:

Big League Politics has reported about the murderous aims of the virulently anti-white and anti-American Black Lives Matter movement:

A speaker at a Black Lives Matter rally in Washington, D.C exploded into a violent rant when he spoke on a megaphone to a mob of protestors and rioters…

The New York man, who is yet to be identified, made it clear he not only endorses violence but is enthusiastic about its use in pursuit of his political agenda.

“I’m at the point where I’m ready to put these police in the f****** grave. I’m at the point where I’m ready to burn the White House down… At the end of the day, if they [Congress] won’t hear us, we burn them the f*** down! The same way I f*** police up in New York I f*** cops up in here in DC. The same way I bust police head in New York, I bust police head in DC!”

The agitator went on to demand that his fellow rioters “fight” against the authorities and police.

“When the police push up, you push back! If the racist, nasty ass, punk ass push up, you push the f*** up!”

The man was speaking to a mob of protestors who had congregated at D.C.’s recently named Black Lives Matter plaza. Black Lives Matter mobs went on to attack helicopter pilots with high-intensity lasers, demonstrating the commitment to violence the thug speaking had demanded of them. Such criminal conduct could’ve led to a crash of the aircraft and a true mass casualty event…

You lose any claim to be even a nominally patriotic and moral American the second you call to burn the White House down to advance your own ethnic agenda. These criminals should be arrested.

The Democrat Party is fomenting this terror in a desperate attempt to destroy President Donald Trump.

The Silent Majority on Display in Clearwater, Florida on August 18, 2020

Posted by: bj | August 26, 2020

Class Lecture on Communism – 1968 –

Class Lecture on Communism – 1968 – Pretty Much What is going on Today. We are almost there.

Joe Biden goes off on blacks, black criminals, and black children born out of wedlock on the floor of the US Senate on November 18, 1993

Oh Boy; Keep this Joe Biden Video Away from “People of Color” as the dems say

Yale Epidemionlogist: Dr Fauci and FDA Have been Lying to Americans

Posted by: bj | August 24, 2020

Open Up The Country or We will Throw You Out !

From a Shasta County council meeting ——Hoo RAH
Tell it like it is!  There are millions of Americans that feel this way
Posted by: bj | August 21, 2020

H1N1 Versus Covid 19 (what does this tell you)

H1N1 Versus Covid 19


It tells me the LEFT throws everything imaginable at Trump on a daily basis causing massive destruction to States, Cities and the US economy, and Trump is still standing tall. (Russia, Russia, Russia for 4 years, the fraudulent Muller investigation for over 2 years, impeachment, multiple etc., etc., etc.)

The Left cares more about destroying Trump than the care about the USA.

Posted by: bj | August 15, 2020



Read this interesting story that is about to be made into a movie.

The girl with the apples. A story of survival from the Holocaust and the mysterious ways of God that drew people together here in America after their lives had touched in the dark days of Hitler. 

August, 1942. Piotrkow, Poland
The sky was gloomy that morning as we waited anxiously. All the men, women and children of Piotrkow’s Jewish ghetto had been herded into a square.
Word had gotten around that we were being moved. My father had only recently died from typhus, which had run rampant through the crowded ghetto. My greatest fear was that our family would be separated.
‘Whatever you do,’ Isidore, my eldest brother, whispered to me, ‘don’t tell them your age. Say you’re sixteen.’
I was tall for a boy of 11, so I could pull it off. That way I might be deemed valuable as a worker.
An SS man approached me, boots clicking against the cobblestones. He looked me up and down, and then asked my age.
‘Sixteen,’ I said. He directed me to the left, where my three brothers and other healthy young men already stood.
My mother was motioned to the right with the other women, children, sick and elderly people.
I whispered to Isidore, ‘Why?’ He didn’t answer.
I ran to Mama’s side and said I wanted to stay with her. ‘No, ‘she said sternly. ‘Get away. Don’t be a nuisance. Go with your brothers.’
She had never spoken so harshly before. But I understood; she was protecting me. She loved me so much that, just this once, she pretended not to. It was the last I ever saw of her.
My brothers and I were transported in a cattle car to Germany.
We arrived at the Buchenwald concentration camp one night later and were led into a crowded barrack. The next day, we were issued uniforms and identification numbers.
‘Don’t call me Herman anymore.’ I said to my brothers. ‘Call me 94983.’
I was put to work in the camp’s crematorium, loading the dead into a hand-cranked elevator.
I, too, felt dead. Hardened, I had become a number.
Soon, my brothers and I were sent to Schlieben, one of Buchenwald’s sub-camps near Berlin.
One morning I thought I heard my mother’s voice.
‘Son,’ she said softly but clearly, ‘I am going to send you an angel.’
Then I woke up. Just a dream. A beautiful dream.
But in this place there could be no angels. There was only work. And hunger. And fear.
A couple of days later, I was walking around the camp, around the barracks, near the barbed wire fence where the guards could not easily see. I was alone.
On the other side of the fence, I spotted someone: a little girl with light, almost luminous curls. She was half-hidden behind a birch tree.
I glanced around to make sure no one saw me. I called to her softly in German. ‘Do you have something to eat?’
She didn’t understand.
I inched closer to the fence and repeated the question in Polish. She stepped forward. I was thin and gaunt, with rags wrapped around my feet, but the girl looked unafraid. In her eyes, I saw life.
She pulled an apple from her woolen jacket and threw it over the fence.
I grabbed the fruit and, as I started to run away, I heard her say faintly, ‘I’ll see you tomorrow.’
I returned to the same spot by the fence at the same time every day. She was always there, with something for me to eat– a hunk of bread or, better yet, an apple.
We didn’t dare speak or linger. To be caught would mean death for us both.
I didn’t know anything about her, just a kind farm girl, except that she understood Polish. What was her name? Why was she risking her life for me?
Hope was in such short supply, and this girl on the other side of the fence gave me some, as nourishing in its way as the bread and apples. I turned toward the barracks and didn’t look back, didn’t even say good-bye to the little girl whose name I’d never learned, the girl with the apples.
We were in Theresienstadt for three months. The war was winding down and Allied forces were closing in, yet my fate seemed sealed.
On May 10, 1945, I was scheduled to die in the gas chamber at 10:00 AM.
In the quiet of dawn, I tried to prepare myself. So many times death seemed ready to claim me, but somehow I’d survived. Now, it was over.
I thought of my parents. At least, I thought, we will be reunited.
But at 8 a.m. there was a commotion. I heard shouts, and saw people running every which way through camp. I caught up with my brothers.
Russian troops had liberated the camp! The gates swung open. Everyone was running, so I did too. Amazingly, all of my brothers had survived.
I’m not sure how. But I knew that the girl with the apples had been the key to my survival.
In a place where evil seemed triumphant, one person’s goodness had saved my life, had given me hope in a place where there was none.
My mother had promised to send me an angel, and the angel had come.
Eventually I made my way to England where I was sponsored by a Jewish charity, put up in a hostel with other boys who had survived the Holocaust and trained in electronics. Then I came to America, where my brother Sam had already moved. I served in the U. S. Army during the Korean War, and returned to New York City after two years.
By August, 1957, I’d opened my own electronics repair shop. I was starting to settle in.
One day, my friend Sid, who I knew from England, called me. ‘I’ve got a date. She’s got a Polish friend. Let’s double date.’ A blind date? Nah, that wasn’t for me. But Sid kept pestering me, and a few days later we headed up to the Bronx to pick up his date and her friend Roma.
I had to admit, for a blind date this wasn’t so bad. Roma was a nurse at a Bronx hospital. She was kind and smart. Beautiful, too, with swirling brown curls and green, almond-shaped eyes that sparkled with life.
The four of us drove out to Coney Island. Roma was easy to talk to, easy to be with. Turned out she was wary of blind dates, too!
We were both just doing our friends a favor. We took a stroll on the boardwalk, enjoying the salty Atlantic breeze, and then had dinner by the shore. I couldn’t remember having a better time.
We piled back into Sid’s car, Roma and I sharing the backseat.
As European Jews who had survived the war, we were aware that much had been left unsaid between us. She broached the subject, ‘Where were you,’ she asked softly, ‘during the war?’
‘The camps,’ I said. The terrible memories still vivid, the irreparable loss…I had tried to forget. But you can never forget.
She nodded. ‘My family was hiding on a farm in Germany, not far from Berlin,’ she told me. ‘My father knew a priest, and he got us Aryan papers.’
I imagined how she must have suffered too, fear a constant companion. And yet here we were, both survivors, in a new world.
‘There was a camp next to the farm.’ Roma continued. ‘I saw a boy there and I would throw him apples every day.’
What an amazing coincidence that she had helped some other boy. ‘What did he look like? I asked.
‘He was tall, skinny, and hungry. I must have seen him every day for six months.’
My heart was racing. I couldn’t believe it. This couldn’t be. ‘Did he tell you one day not to come back because he was leaving Schlieben?’
Roma looked at me in amazement. ‘Yes!’
‘That was me!’
I was ready to burst with joy and awe, flooded with emotions. I couldn’t believe it! My angel.
‘I’m not letting you go.’ I said to Roma. And in the back of the car on that blind date, I proposed to her. I didn’t want to wait.
‘You’re crazy!’ she said. But she invited me to meet her parents for Shabbat dinner the following week.
There was so much I looked forward to learning about Roma, but the most important things I always knew: her steadfastness, her goodness. For many months, in the worst of circumstances, she had come to the fence and given me hope. Now that I’d found her again, I could never let her go.
That day, she said yes. And I kept my word. After nearly 50 years of marriage, two children and three grandchildren, I have never let her go.
Herman Rosenblat of 
Miami Beach, Florida

COVID Coup of 2020; a political campaign based on pretense of health but dedicated to maintain elite control and Eliminate Trump (short version)

.By Angelo Codevilla: August 13, 2020

What history will record as the great COVID coup of 2020 is based on lies and fear manufactured by America’s ruling class—led by the Democratic Party and aided by the complaisance of most Republican politicians.

In March, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) presented the coronavirus to the Western world as a danger equivalent to the plague. But China’s experience, which its government obfuscated, had already shown that COVID-19 was much less like the plague and more like the flu. All that has happened since followed from falsifying this basic truth.

Americans were led to believe that the virus was unusually contagious, and that it would kill up to one in 20 persons it infected—a 5 percent infection/fatality rate (IFR). Today, we still lack definitive, direct knowledge of COVID-19’s true lethality. The absence of that knowledge allows bureaucrats to continue fearmongering.

By May, a  host of studies in the U.S. and around the world showing that the vast majority of COVID cases cause mild symptoms or none, and showing the IFR to be equal to or lower than that for most flus, forced the CDC to conclude that the lethality rate, far from being 5 percent, was 0.26%––double that of a typical flu. Instead of amending their recommendations in the face of this reality, the CDC and the U.S. government tried to hide it by manipulating the definition and number of COVID “cases.”

Federal officials defined “cases” as people sick enough to be hospitalized who also tested positive for the virus—this represented the “curve” that we were urged to sacrifice so much to “flatten,” lest a wave of hospitalizations overwhelm our health-care system. That wave never came. The CDC and feds began labeling mere infections as “cases” and stopped reporting “cases” together with the number of deaths. They did this to frighten the inattentive public about “spiking COVID cases.” They also inflated the number of deaths attributed to COVID by including illnesses such as pneumonia and influenza and others into the death figures.

COVID-19 is not America’s plague. There was never the slightest evidence that the virus could produce mass casualties; all evidence pointed in the opposite direction. Instead, the ruling class took this opportunity to extort the general public’s compliance with its agendas. Their claim to speak on behalf of “science” is an attempt to avoid being held accountable for the enormous harm that they are doing. They continue doing it because they want to hold on to the power the panic has brought them.

In reality, those who died with or of COVID-19 nearly always suffered from other diseases as well, such as Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and compromised lungs, in addition to being elderly and infirm. COVID-19’s effect on ordinary healthy persons is considerably milder than those of ordinary respiratory diseases.

In sum, the lockdowns have been inflicted and perpetuated by people who care more about your subjugation than your health. They want to wreck the U.S. economy and increase the Democratic Party’s chances in the 2020 election. And they might succeed.

The 2016 election raised the possibility that the presidency’s enormous powers might be used to dismantle the ruling class’s network of prestige and privileges. In response, elites launched what has amounted to a “full court press” against the Trump administration, treating anything and everything about the administration as illegitimate. Despite their best efforts, the U.S. economy boomed. Trump’s approval ratings rose. As 2020 dawned and Trump seemed a cinch for reelection, the political left and its allies grasped for ways of damaging him.

COVID-19 was the perfect chance to produce, stoke, and maintain fear in pursuit of power. In short, the ruling class used the coronavirus to collapse American life. We are living through a coup d’état based on the oldest of ploys: declaring emergencies, suspending law and rights, and issuing arbitrary rules of behavior to excuse taking “full powers.”

Truth and clarity about the 2020 COVID coup are necessary for the United States to overcome its effects. Americans are anxious for truth about what happened—and what is still happening. The lies upon which this scam has been based are so substantively thin, and the resources for establishing the truth so abundant, that a few courageous leaders in key places may suffice.

For example, nothing is stopping the Senate from functioning as a truth commission regarding the COVID coup. Since the virus scam is based on lies and misrepresentations by persons of considerable power and prestige, expert questioning under oath before television cameras can let Americans judge for themselves why “medical experts” stigmatized those going to the beach and church—while not objecting, later, to the even greater numbers of Americans rioting in the streets.

State governors, as well, can provide practical leadership to motivate, guide, and legitimize life independent of our dysfunctional ruling class. Several U.S. states never shut down, while others reduced activities far less than the likes of California and New York. Like Sweden’s government, these states’ officials didn’t believe that COVID-19 was the plague and saw individual responsibility as the surest guarantee of safety for all. Indeed, the public would benefit from seeing these states’ governors defend their widely different perspectives on the COVID pandemic—and the results of their policies and decisions.

An honest reckoning, if we can get one, will reveal that the COVID-19 experience in America has only tangentially been about health. It has been, predominantly, a political campaign based on the pretense of health but dedicated to the maintenance of elite control—and it has done far more damage and caused more misery than the coronavirus itself.

Angelo Codevilla is a Senior Fellow of the Claremont Institute and professor emeritus of International Relations at Boston University. A version of this essay first appeared at The American Mind.

August 14, 2020: By Robert W. Johnson jr: The Left Is Destroying America: City by City; State by State; History is Repeating – Why: Capital, be it financial or human, goes where it’s welcome and there is “the Rule of Law”, and leaves if it’s not welcome and there is no “Rule of Law”

American Cities and States run by liberal Democrat politicians are DEPOPULATING and being DESTROYED SOCIALLY and ECONOMICALLY by those elected Democratic Politicians. (current examples are Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Baltimore and New York State and the State of California)

One of the best examples of the  downward spiral of major US cities is Detroit, Michigan. In 1950 Detroit was the “MODEL CITY” in America and was the fourth largest City in the US. with a population of 1,849,568 with 83.58% caucasian (white).  Sixty years later,  In 2010 the population was 713,777 with 10.61% white.  In 2019, Detroit’s population was still declining and down to 670,000.  Detroit declared bankruptcy in 2013 and was $18.5 billion in debt.  

What caused the Detroit down fall?Detroit has been managed by Liberal Politicians for 60 to 70 years.  These liberal policies which are also embraced by the politicians in San Francisco, LA, Portland, Seattle, Baltimore, Chicago, New York, etc. are in the process of destroying these and other major US cities.  Leave the Detroit city limits and things are just fine.  Capital, be it financial or human, goes where it’s welcome, and leaves if it’s not. And Detroit politicians for decades have repeatedly made capital unwelcome.”It’s called Capitalism versus Socialism or Communism.  Liberty or Tyranny.  Which is best for  the people?   American Capitalism offers the most freedom for the most people of any other place in the world.  just look at North Korea, Cuba, Venezuela, China and Russia if you want some examples examples.

Why Has Detroit Continued To Decline?

A shot of the Packard Plant in Detroit. (AP Photo/Corey Willams)

The narrative about why Detroit declined often just covers the landmark events of over a half-century ago – factory closings, race riots, urban renewal, segregation, etc. These events were certainly important, as they produced a catastrophic population loss of over 600,000 between 1950 and 1980.

But this narrative leaves out important questions. Why has Detroit continued to decline (and at a faster rate) in the nearly four decades since? Was there some rule saying that, because of those previous events, Detroit had to keep declining? Or are new causes to blame?

These questions are worth asking, because other Midwestern cities with similar legacies to Detroit have outperformed the city during this period. Kansas City’s population has slowly grown since 2000. Chicago, Milwaukee, Cincinnati and Philadelphia began their upticks in 2010. Even the Rust Belt cities that continue declining – like Pittsburgh, St. Louis and Cleveland – haven’t done so to Detroit’s extent, nor do they generally have Detroit’s level of poverty, unemployment, service failure, and visible decrepitude

Detroit’s decline also makes it an outlier within its own metro. This would likely surprise some people, whose image of Detroit is as this declining urban prairie of a city, that sits in a declining state, in a cold, stagnant, post-industrial Midwest region. None of those notions are true, either.

The southeast Michigan region does quite well – for example, less than an hour west of Detroit is Ann Arbor, a bustling city with an eds-and-meds economy. Of the nation’s 20 largest metros, the Detroit metro area performs about average, with 2.1% GDP growth in 2016. Six of the ten largest cities in greater Detroit have grown in population since 2010. In fact, there is significant wealth throughout the metro, and much of it butts up right outside the city border.

Such facts should at least tweak the narrative alluded to above. When pundits cover Detroit’s decline, they not only invoke the events from long ago, but their language is often fatalistic, as if some outside force just swooped in and yanked everything out from under Detroit. Often, this is a reference to “capitalism,” or close cousins like neoliberalism or globalization.

“Detroit’s decline is a distinctively capitalist failure,” screamed a Guardian headline after the city went bankrupt. Vice Magazine called the bankruptcy process itself a testament to “the cruelty of American capitalism.”

But if other Midwestern cities have begun repopulating, and other parts of southeast Michigan have diversified their economies, then “capitalism” can’t be blamed. Detroit has become an outlier, suggesting that its problems are unique and internal.

The question is – what are those internal problems? That, too, is subject to debate.

One side claims that Detroit’s earlier events, although long past, left behind ingrained problems that continue to hold back the city. For example John Mogk, a Wayne State University Law Professor who specializes in Detroit history, says two of these legacy burdens include the city’s demographics and its infrastructure. Detroit’s demographic character – which is largely poor and black – was an early result of government engineering. A combo of urban renewal, subsidized highways and discriminatory loan policies drove white people to the suburbs, and kept black people inside the core. This segregationist pattern, said Mogk, continues, and may not organically reverse itself.

As he wrote by email, “most white families will not locate in majority black neighborhoods. Most middle and upper-income families will not locate in low-income neighborhoods. The presence of both of these factors in many of the city’s neighborhoods, and public services that were not competitive with most suburbs, largely explain why the white middle class and some members of the African-American middle class did not choose to live in Detroit.”

As for infrastructure, Mogk says the leftover housing and factories have made it difficult for Detroit to develop economically. Old blighted buildings are expensive to repair, and their removal has been a slow process. This means that prospective Detroit businesses can’t assemble large pieces of land.

Pete Saunders, a Detroit native and fellow Forbes columnist, wrote a lengthy essay that makes more refined versions of these points. He claimed that Detroit’s antiquated and idiosyncratic land-use character has prevented it from post-industrial growth. These range from its old (but non-descript) housing stock; to its non-cohesive neighborhoods; to its car-oriented road design.

“Once the auto industry became established in Detroit,” wrote Saunders, “political and business leaders abdicated their responsibility on sound urban planning and design.”

But Michael LaFaive, of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, disagreed with these premises. He said that existing infrastructure and demographics should not matter – what’s more important, is a city’s ability to attract capital. And for that, Detroit has failed miserably, with corporations often locating right outside the city border, so that they can enjoy the central proximity, without actually having to deal in Detroit. There is a reason they do that, continued LaFaive by phone.

My explanation involves the basic idea that capital, be it financial or human, goes where it’s welcome, and leaves if it’s not. And Detroit politicians for decades have repeatedly made capital unwelcome.”

LaFaive listed three ways. One is Detroit’s high taxes. A 2014 study by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy found that it had the highest property tax rates of any major U.S. city. The second is poor services, which should theoretically be counterintuitive since Detroiters pay such high taxes. But the services are quantifiably bad, in a way that’s deeply-rooted and terminal – police who don’t arrive, schools that are growing mold, blighted properties that go decades without being demolished, waste that is dumped and never cleaned up, and the list goes on.

These two problems – high taxes and poor services – conjoin around the fact that the city spends much of its revenue on non-services. At the time of bankruptcy, half of the city’s $18 billion debt was for worker-related liabilities, including retiree pensions and healthcare – aka for people who were no longer contributing to the city’s daily operations.

LaFaive’s third factor was regulation. According to a study by Florida Gulf Coast University, Detroit’s “economic freedom” ranking (which includes factors like regulatory climate) is 345th out of 384 metros. The city – and the state of Michigan – has strict occupational licensing laws, and Detroit is known for heavily enforcing them through random stings.

That said, much of Detroit’s regulatory burden is hard to quantify, instead surfacing through anecdotal tales of corruption and clandestine impediments against business. To name a few examples – when ex-mayor Kwame Kilpatrick’s extensive corruption finally earned a jail sentence in 2013, some of the cases were about how he only steered permits and contracts to businesses that would agree to inside dealing. There’s no telling how often this activity occurred under Kilpatrick and other Detroit officials – and which other businesses it may have detracted. And the Detroit Land Bank Authority, which owns 14% of parcels citywide, has a history of hoarding land that investors actually want to purchase and develop.

Collectively, these four factors – taxes, regulations, poor services, and plain corruption – could be called “bad public administration.” They are precisely what, to LaFaive’s point, would discourage – and in some cases directly prohibit – capital from entering Detroit.

These public administration factors also make the arguments about infrastructure and demographics look weak. The infrastructure argument, in fact, is a complete red herring. Most of America has been laid out like Detroit, but almost none of it performs this poorly. There are countless cities – think New York, San Francisco and Savannah – that have many old buildings, yet have revived them to greater values than before. Again, though, this historic restoration process requires inbound capital.

The demographic argument is also flimsy. There are many cities that have more poor people in net than Detroit, including Houston, Dallas, Philadelphia, Chicago and New York City. They are all far more economically successful because they’ve also managed to attract rich people, who create the jobs and fund the services needed for those cities to continue growing. This proves that the existence of low-income demographics, do not, unto themselves, bring cities down.

No, Detroit’s struggles are about its inability to attract capital, business and economic growth. In fact, all those things stop abruptly at the city border, on all sides, before immediately resurfacing in the suburbs. And this is because such growth is largely discouraged by Detroit’s public administration. That fact is more relevant to the city’s ongoing struggles than anything that happened 50 years ago.

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