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Thanksgiving Day

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By Wayne Allensworth If you live long enough and pay attention you learn some things. Every day could be your last. That abiding truth concentrates the mind. Every day should be thanksgiving. Thank God you were born. You can factor in all the pain, all the sorrow, all the disappointment, yet still find that it’s worth it. Living is better than not having lived. And the pain can be overcome...

Are Globalists Contemplating Direct Intervention in Ukraine?

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By Wayne Allensworth Your humble servant has noted on this website that the NATO war against Russia can no longer be considered a “proxy” war. It has become evident that NATO is deeply involved in command and control, intelligence, targeting, and sending lots of advisors to take part in tactical planning and operations in the Ukraine war. What’s more, the Ukrainian “Foreign Legion” is loaded with...

A Shot Misfired: Another Neocon-Cult Marx Hit On Sam Francis Fails

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By R. Cort Kirkwood A remarkable phenomenon on the neoconservative Respectable Right appears to be the periodic urge to attack the late conservative intellectual Sam Francis, dead now 17 years. Calling Francis a “racist” or “white nationalist” and smearing his admirers makes good copy for Big Journalism, meaning the communist Mainstream Media. The attack is a signal: One is on the “right side of...

Globalist Totalitarians: Pandemonium’s Rebellion

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By Wayne Allensworth Pandemonium the palace of Satan arises, suddenly built out of the deep: the infernal peers sit there in council… In George Orwell’s classic novel on the nature of totalitarianism, 1984, O’Brien is the face of the Inner Party that has targeted the hapless Winston Smith for his thought crimes. O’Brien is determined to break Winston, that is, to force him to not only mouth the...

Putin’s Mobilization Speech: The Stakes are Raised in WWIII

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By Wayne Allensworth In a much-anticipated September 21 speech to the Russian people, President Vladimir Putin announced a “partial mobilization” of Russian reservists, as well as support for referenda on annexation to the Russian Federation to be conducted in Russian held territories in Eastern and Southeastern Ukraine. The mobilization will be partial; up to 300,000 of millions of reservists...

THEY DON’T LOVE AMERICA AND THEY DON’T LOVE US

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by Tom Piatak Pope Francis said something important in his news conference on the flight back from Kazakhstan: “To defend oneself is not only a right, but it’s also an act of love for the homeland. If someone doesn’t defend something, they don’t love it.” Francis was talking about the Ukrainians’ defense of their country from the Russian invasion. He would not use the same language to describe...

The Horsemen Cometh

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By Wayne Allensworth Ask, and it shall be given you; seek and ye shall find; knock and it shall be opened unto you: For everyone that asketh recieveth; and to him that knocketh, it shall be opened Matthew 7: 7-8 The road ahead seems to be taking us directly into a mountainous cloud, a wonderous snowy escarpment surrounded by roiling white foothills that look like cotton ball sculptures that have...

Remembering a Man of the West

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By Wayne Allensworth The day my grandfather tripped and nearly fell on the sidewalk in front of his house, and I did not help him, I was in my late 20s and he was nearing 90. Let me explain myself. I was very close to my paternal grandfather, a man who to me seemed like a hero from one of the Western movies I loved so well. He thought of himself as man of the West. As a boy, he had seen the sun...

How The Middle class Is Being Squeezed: Globalization And Financialization Of The Economy

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By Darrell Dow In 2016, Donald Trump announced his candidacy in a meandering speech which is widely remembered for his comments about Mexican immigration. Immigration was, of course, central to Trump’s 2016 success. But the theme with which he closed the speech animated his campaign and gave Trump’s candidacy its central expression.    “Sadly, the American dream is dead,” Trump...

A Matter of Life and Death

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By Wayne Allensworth A socio-economic-political system and its enforcement structures set priorities, and those priorities reveal what that system values most of all. The indispensable Steve Sailer, writing on the latest disease scare, monkeypox (“Monkeypox: The New AIDS”), notes that the Centers for Disease Control seem more worried about “stigmatizing” homosexuals than acting to prevent the...

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