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1  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: 2016 Presidential on: Today at 08:05:57 PM
For the record, they're broadcasting the debate live, here in Spanish, on national television.
2  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Law Enforcement on: Today at 03:46:05 PM
 shocked

That's going to leave a heck of a mark if they ever decide to get a job.
3  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: I would love for Trump to point this out during the debate on: Today at 03:43:46 PM
Especially since the MSM certainly won't.  What better way to bring it up then with ~ 100 million estimated people watching:

This is why we need to throw all the bums out.  Is this not the best example of corruption all the way up and down the line?

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/440380/obama-email-alias-clinton-why-fbi-didnt-prosecute-hillary

And to think that Nixon was crucified for a few minutes of tape recordings. I don't think there has ever been larger example of corruption know to the public eye in American history.
4  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Islam in Europe on: Today at 12:58:07 PM
They're following the 7 point plan Al-Qaeda laid out (9/11 being the opening salvo), converging with thethe 5 point plan of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Both discuss escalating and ultimately open confrontation. While the attacks look 'random' and 'small minority' they have social cover - but once the iron fist shows itself, which eventually it must, they lose the protected status they presently have. They (as collective social enablers and the active militant group) will then be exposed. The plan rides on the mass following along in defense of Islam.

I expect that sadly it will get to this stage, and while it may not be pleasant and there will be casualties, it is where the tide is likely to turn. The enemy will no longer be amorphous, but clearly identified.

Exactly so. The same is true of the Left (or any group that has a minority following, but that is prone to violence - as any group that wishes to govern must be), that while they suffer a numerical minority, they will wage war indirectly, often with words, but capable of escaping overt violence levied against them. In the end, historically, differing cultures have never existed together, long term, peacefully. The stronger group will always do one of the three following; submit the smaller group into assimilation on one form or another, kill the smaller group off, or drive them from the land they inhabit. The only exception to this, is the smaller group fighting a prolonged war, often guerrilla in nature, and winning. There is nothing else. If I'm mistaken (and I don't believe I am), I honestly welcome someone else to point it out.
5  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Trey Gowdy in outstanding form (James Comey) on: Today at 12:46:37 PM

Indeed.

DOJ did not prosecute because FBI could not determine "intent".

The law does not require intent.

The FBI asked her no questions relating to intent.

The President said he didn't know about her private email until he learned about it in the press in 2014.  The president was emailing her private server via a pseudonym since 2012.

The fish rots from the head, in this case it was at least a two-headed rotten fish.  Now we know the FBI co-conspired with the political wings of the administration.  Also the IRS and DOJ. 

It is not only political opponents who should be upset about this.

We've all pointed out here, many times, that just with the banks, this is too big to fail. Obama stating that he learned of the servers from the media, but then being shown to have been sending and receiving emails from HRC's private server begs an important point:

What do you do when the entire apple is rotten? Because it clearly is.
6  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Malmo attack on: Today at 12:43:55 PM

We get accustomed to GM's wit but this a profound point.  If these attacks are happening around the world in random places, why wouldn't the Swedish attacker be Lutheran?  But Malmo Sweden is a de facto Muslim country.  The flags they fly are 'Palestine' and ISIS.  These aren't random acts in random places; they are acts of war in places where the enemy was invited in to destroy us.

Agreed. I would enter what I truly think of multiculturalism from a historical perspective, but don't want to give the Left any fuel.
7  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / 2016 Presidential Debate Strategy - 26 September on: Today at 12:14:06 PM
      Critical Points for Donald Trump


      1. Uniting the White Conservative and Latino votes. - While recognizing that Blacks are also Americans and just as important as any other demographic, the majority of Americans are either Caucasian or Latino, and while there are critical differences between their respective subcultures, the have much in common.

      • Both are traditional and prone to being religious.

      Trump would be wise to focus on the fact that the traditional values of the country are under attack, and while he shouldn't mention it (the following) specifically, Mexico just had a huge march against same sex marriage and many Latinos are very conservative. It could be reasoned that Trump will be attacked for taking this stance, but he is already. With the LGBT community already siding primarily with the Left, he is over-tasked with winning their votes. Aside from that, the LGBT's comprise roughyl 3-4% of the population; whereas, Latinos account for approximately 17% of the population, with the bulk being either in the southwest and Florida. Additionally, both are groups that will presumably have a very high voter turnout this election. If Trump focuses on family values, the importance of religion, the high percentage of Latino veterans (who are immensely patriotic, but who also lean left much of the time) and of not losing one's traditional background, he won't generate any additional heat that hasn't already been generated, and it will resonate with the Latino community, and been seen as a strength. It will also cast off much of the "racist Trump Brand," because he will be engaging the Latinos directly with this point and the following points concerning Latinos.

      • While poverty does exist in both groups, the bulk are middle class and live decent lives, due to the jobs they hold.

      The fact of the matter is, many Latinos in the States do not want to help Mexicans come to the States, legally or otherwise. In fact, many Mexicans in Mexico (the bulk of Latino immigrants being Mexican), have stated that "the worst enemy of a Mexican, is another Mexican," which to them means, that people that are of Mexican decent in the States, don't want more Mexicans going to the United States to ruin the life that people of Mexican decent have found for themselves there, and it is overwhelmingly true. The problem with the 14th amendment allowing for the creation of anchor babies is something that the White conservatives want addressed desperately, but the Latinos do as well, because in the end, nobody wants to lose their job or money to someone else. Suggesting a fix for the decades standing problem would also allow for Trump to flaunt his prowess in political terms where every other politician has failed. This odd topic is a key in uniting the two groups. Trump can only win points by championing this cause. It will give the Whites the closure of the border they want by remedying the 14th amendment, but also protect the hard won lifestyles of the Latinos in the States, who also want the problem fixed, in order to secure their own future.

      There is another important saying in Mexican culture used directly against Latinos in the States which is "no son de aquí, ni de allá," - "they are not from here, nor from there," which is a point that many Latinos in the States take to heart. If Trump invites them to the table by addressing them, they will feel included. They know they are not welcome in Mexico oftentimes, and also know, that to go back to Mexico (even if they are dual citizens), will only result in an insecure future and bleak financial opportunities. Trump needs to capitalize on this. Again, it can only help him, and unfortunately for the Left, they've already labeled Trump as a racist, which may well prove to be the genius of Trump, in that, the Left has nothing any more disparaging with which to label Trump. He can only win at this point.

      • Focusing heavily on Mexican law in terms immigration and voter ID

      The hypocrisy is so thick, that it cannot be denied, and so Trump is virtually immune to being accused of being racist in this regard, and in fact, this too, is something that will resonate with Latinos, if played as an acceptance of their own logical brilliance. The conservative Whites of course agree part and parcel. Establishing voter ID and enforcing immigration law, exactly as it is done in Mexico can only unite the two, betting heavily on the fact and anchoring with, no one wants to lose their job, security, or country.
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      2. Winning the Black votes that can be won. - People wrongly conclude that there is such a thing as "the Black vote." Trump also needs to realize this. Just as there is a huge rift between conservatives and liberals, there are also rifts in the black community. The Black Lives Matter movement, while vocal, and even rampant in social media, fails some important points.


      • Decades of failed leftist policies leaving every major Democratic spot in the country in poverty and ruin; Chicago, Detroit, New York, Cleveland, or any other major metropolitan area. These are failures that Trump has spoken of previously and that he needs to continue attacking, because it is something that attacks Clinton and her ilk and is defenseless. The idea that in Flint, Michigan, people cannot even safely drink water in their homes, whilst under decades of Democratic rule, is also defenseless. There are television stations that are already seeking ways to "fact check" Trump while the debate is televised. We already know that they lean Left, if not blatantly so, so Trump needs to attack them in ways they cannot defend. Failed Democratic policy is a perfect component of that.

      • The absence of the American dream is something that every poverty stricken area has seen. In every instance, every metropolitan area was a hub of industry, that has long since left. Trump, being a business man, can capitalize on this, but will certainly be attacked with the fact that he himself, has sent jobs out of the country. He can easily defend this with him completing his duty of maximizing profits for his company, and no one can fault him for that. he can also maintain that now that it is his duty to defend the American people, he can fulfill his duty because unlike Clinton, he actually has experience creating industry. Clinton will no doubt bring up the fact that he has seen bankruptcy numerous times, but Trump, to his credit, has many more successes than failures and can easily cast this off. Creating industry, while it will not win every Black vote, will certainly interest the Blacks that do in fact, want a better life and that know it won't happen with welfare. An important point here, is that the ones on welfare, that for generations have made a living from it, who do not want to work, will vote for the only person that they think will continue to provide for them. If one can plant a seed, that a truly better life through subsidized education and work programs coupled with job opportunities can be sold to them; thereby, increasing their earning potential and status, they may well be brought into the fold that way, and also, is defenseless by democrats, as they have "had the left on the plantation for decades."  

      3. White Liberals and Millennials. - This is by far the most troublesome group to win over, due to the fact that they aren't yet old enough to really understand finances on their own, as many of them may still live at home, while attending universities, or be so driven by their flawed, failed and hypocritical philosophy, that winning votes from them will be almost impossible. They don't know enough to be bought, and the ones that do, have been indoctrinated for years, oftentimes, after being sucessful by the same capitalist and "racist" system they hate, which well may be their Achilles heel.

      • Millennial activism versus real life opportunity needs to be pointed out, and needs to be done so aggressively. In every instance, every voice coming from Hollywood or the wealthy Leftist elite, used the capitalist model to achieve their wealth, whether they created it themselves or had it inherited, in the case of many established Liberal Elitists. This is a point that should not be lost. The millennials are themselves, but to what end? Do they really want all the hard work they put into their degrees to go to someone else? If that is the case, why wait? They should be told to leave their homes, their schools, their cars, and give them to someone less fortunate than themselves. No one will do this, and even if they would, it would be in such insignificant numbers that it would be irrelevant. They are working for their own successes and they need to be reminded of that. They also need to be reminded of that fact that a great many Leftist politicians made vast fortunes off of the very ideologies that they claim to hate, which is, the State taking advantage of people? How do people in a life of "public service" wind up being millionaires? Trump doesn't suffer from this baggage.

         
      • Liberal Elitists and the Indoctrinated Left - is the one group of people that Trump cannot win, BUT HE CAN drive many of them to other parties, pointing out the DNC corruption that exists, and that cheated their own voice. He can ask why it is, that the cheated aren't being represented in the debates, and fuel their just indignation with the established politicians from the Left, who stated that the liberals knew that the DNC favored Clinton, making it ok to cheat him in the primaries. He can also attack their ethics, of whether they really will support someone who so clearly worked against "the will of the people?"

      Clinton will undoubtedly attack Trump's "basket of deplorables," claiming them to be a group of racists, hellbent on "making America White again." Trump needs to counter that with the assertion that every American matters, and that claiming that one group matters more than another group is a tactic of division, because by definition, one is stating that another American doesn't matter... as much, and that focus should be thrust upon how to elevate the status of every American that wants to elevate their status, rather than color and division. Trump should also drive home the fact, that Clinton hasn't been campaigning for herself, and if she can't even do that, how can she run a country? She is almost never seen in public and cannot even attend her own fundraising events, even when she isn't "sick."

      Clinton will also attack the fact that Trump hasn't released his tax returns. I am certain that this is something that Trump strategists have thought out more than many have at the moment, but stating that it isn't a legal requirement would come across as weak and disingenuous. He should deflect on this one, and point out any one of the numerous flaws with Clinton selling plutonium to Russia and their fortune they have access to in the Clinton Foundation, also pointing out, that any relevant information has been filed with the IRS in accordance to law, unlike the Clintons hiding funds in their foundation.

      The debate tonight will be interesting.

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      8  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Globalists registering Americans abroad , , , on: Today at 02:36:56 AM
      Looks like at least Breitbart and Reuters picked it up.

      http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/09/21/surprise-that-will-end-trump-globalists-registering-8-million/

      "While illegal for registered U.S. charities to work with or for presidential candidates, a spokeswoman for Avaaz denied any connection to the Hillary campaign when quizzed. Campaigners with Avaaz however, were recorded shouting, “Vote for Hillary!” during the demonstration."

      "They claim to be “independent and accountable” and “wholly member-funded”. Yet, they were formed by the merger of several establishment groups including MoveOn.org – a group that received $1.46 million from George Soros during the 2004 election cycle – and Res Publica, which has received grants totalling $250,000 from the liberal billionaire’s Open Society group.

      Furthermore, Avaaz co-founder Ricken Patel has worked for – either directly or as a consultant – numerous globalist foundations and corporations such as the Rockefeller Foundation and the Gates Foundation."
      9  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / University of Vermont on: September 25, 2016, 01:25:22 PM
      As someone that's been shot at protecting a national flag, I don't have the words to describe how this makes me feel. I can only imagine what those that have defended Ole Glory feel. Sad day.

      10  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: 2016 Presidential on: September 23, 2016, 11:42:22 AM
      "Almost. They don't believe in having people meddle in their affairs."

       smiley

      I'll be the first to admit, the hypocrisy stings. Americans flags I have seen while here (other than at the American embassy)? Zero. They'll through you out with out so much as a court date, for the offense.
      11  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Science, Culture, & Humanities / Re: The insanity of this speaks for itself on: September 23, 2016, 10:25:45 AM
      I don't really know what thread to post this under but this seems as good as any:

      http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/09/21/school-allows-boy-run-homecoming-queen-first-rejecting-request/

      Prompted no doubt, by a threatened lawsuit from the ACLU (also preventing students from being suspended for kneeling during anthems):

      "ACLU Director Marjorie Esman said the organization had received two complaints in 24 hours."

      http://bigstory.ap.org/article/a0d5d0e3b5454e66af7bdfa694cded7b/aclu-students-have-right-sit-during-pledge-allegiance

      There is not a day that goes by, in which I do not feel as though my country isn't under attack from within.
      12  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Donald Trump on: September 23, 2016, 09:54:03 AM
      Trump passed on the invitation of the president of the Ukraine to meet today.

      If I have it right, Hillary accepted?



      Interesting point. It was obviously a huge potential to build relevance and experience on an international level. OTOH, there are many that think Empress Dowaga would lead the US into a war with Russia. One of Trump's strengths is the so called "bromance" that he enjoys with Putin.

      I was debating the Crimea with the Catholic Bishop here one day, who is a wise man of roughly 65 years old. Crimea has a long and storied history where it has changed hands several times, and if anything, is Cimmerian territory, being neither Russian nor Ukrainian. The Crimea, two and a half centuries ago, became part of Russia, having been relased from the Ottoman empire, it because a region with autonomous rule and joined with Russia in 1783. The territory itself wasn't handed over to Ukraine until 1954 by Krushev.

      Trump was correct in avoiding this due to what can be gained by a useful relationship with Trump, especially when Ukraine relies on Russia for a number of things, especially natural gas. Trump had too much to lose and not enough to win, being that the subject certainly would have presented itself.

      Hillary OTOH, has nothing to lose given the far flung and unsubstantiated rumors of a Russian hacker leaking the Democratic party's misdeeds. Being in the situation she is in, can only benefit from a relationship with Ukraine.

      Trump could have went, played a subdued hand of remaining neutral, but that would have been perceived as weakness, especially by the Leftist media and even by his own supporters (Trump is popular because he is seen as unflinching and strong - if he loses that, he loses the election). This was something that he couldn't have won without convincing Putin himself, to give the Crimea back to Ukraine, but from a Russian perspective, that won't happen. Even when Kruschev gave it to Ukraine, the Ukraine was itself a portion of the Soviet Union, so Kruschev was in effect, losing nothing. With the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, it is not until then, that any of this was even a question of who owned the Crimea. Trump was best to avoid the subject altogether.

      Edit: And just now, reading this http://uatoday.tv/politics/ukrainian-president-petro-poroshenko-meets-us-presidential-candidate-hillary-clinton-750168.html , (three days ago)
      they did in fact discuss exactly that:

      "Petro Poroshenko informed Hillary Clinton about the situation in Donbas. The Ukrainian Head of State emphasized that Ukraine today fights for freedom and democratic values, which unite the whole democratic world. The interlocutors agreed that consolidated Transatlantic unity and solidarity with Ukraine is important in resisting the Russian aggression. It was also noted the effectiveness of sanction policy against Russia. Petro Poroshenko thanked Hillary Clinton for continuous and firm supportive stance on Ukraine."
      13  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: discordant thinking on: September 23, 2016, 09:37:37 AM
      Notice how the professional ball club immediately distances this player's right to exercise his "free speech" off the field because they are worried this might insult some fans.  Yet it is no problem for the football guy to insult other fans while on the field:

      https://www.yahoo.com/sports/news/mariners-catcher-critical-of-black-lives-matter-after-charlotte-protest-001408008.html

      There is a video of an old, White, homeless person, minding his own business, standing by a trash can, where he is brutally kicked over by young, Black man, while the young man's friends laugh hysterically. It was pointed out that is happened in England and not in the States (which seems true since there are double-decker buses seen in the background and the trash can is marked "Litter."

      One of the things I admire most about the Jewish community, is their practice of supporting their own businesses, which is wise on several levels; chief amongst those, is that they don't give their money away to support people who don't support their ideals.

      I refuse to give one cent to something that won't support the values I believe in, even less, when their values are applied unevenly, just to have that money turned around and used against my values in a political manner. I'll pass.

      I wouldn't support the first portion of what I've written here, happening to anyone, of any color,  done by any color, and when someone supports people like this, this is what they're supporting. People need to spend their money wisely, even if it's allowing others to generate revenue from television ads due to a wide audience. Let them foot that party themselves.
      14  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Anti-semitism & Jews on: September 23, 2016, 09:22:19 AM
      "I think perhaps, I'll send a proposal to Berkeley for my course on targeting Muslims and see how it's received."

      You can highlight the course using the LEft's favorite terminology of the day:

      Course on history of Muslim *tribilism*, *colonialism*  (isn't that what was Persian Hittite Babylonian Assyrian Ottomam Calipahte empires were all about), *warmongering*,
      *misogyny*, *homophobia*, *xenophobia*, *intolerance*,(I would include anti semitism but these days that is no longer accepted as a term of the left) are just some examples you can use in your course.

      Try getting that to be taught at Berkely.

      Should probably throw pedophilia in there too. I'm not being rude or crass, and not saying everyone does it, but to say that there aren't dancing boys there and under-aged marriages allowed, would be an understatement.

      Berkeley's position on this is a clear double standard.
      15  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Immigration issues on: September 23, 2016, 09:06:49 AM
      This will just promote more migration which is what he wants.

      Why not invest to make people do better just where they are.

      He is a one world nation guy.   He knows what is best for the rest of us.

      Excellent point. It isn't "Soros" either. It's Soros and whoever is the owner of the 7th heart he's had transplanted. To think, he would have been gone long ago.

      Edit: My mistake. That was David Rockefeller.
      16  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: The Cognitive Dissonance of His Glibness on: September 23, 2016, 09:05:17 AM
      Obama owes Blacks not the other way around the megalomaniac narcissist thinks:

      http://www.nationalreview.com/article/440326/black-voters-barack-obama-failure]

      Maybe Trump could memorize this speech, ask permission to use with proper reference and use the rationale behind it when this topic comes up.

      I think the smart move, would be to point out just how much HRC and Obama have worked together, how long they've been in power, and point out the status of Democrats in places like Detroit, Chicago, and every other major Democratic stronghold, and just how much their policies have failed them, quoting them frequently, and pointing out the gaping holes in the ship.

      I know I would.
      17  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: 2016 Presidential on: September 23, 2016, 09:01:18 AM
      I thought Mexico/Mexicans didn't believe in meddling in other people's internal affairs , , ,  tongue



      Almost. They don't believe in having people meddle in their affairs. I was at base one day, talking about starting a private military company here with some brothers of mine. One of them told me, "we can't, because we are a nation of peace," vis-à-vis, we can't have something where we would be involving ourselves in another country's affairs, but they'll sure do it this way.

      18  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Mexico's Vincente Fernandez sings for Hillary on: September 21, 2016, 10:27:17 PM
      I've told you guys that Mexicans are actively working against Trump.

      here you have the most famous singer in the entire history of Mexico, who took the time to make a video expressly supporting Hillary.

      If you think this hasn't been heard by 80% of the Latino community here, and there you're crazy.

      People here will understand enough Spanish to get the just of it.

      https://www.facebook.com/PuroZacatecasSax/videos/1314173215310012/?hc_ref=NEWSFEED
      19  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Anti-semitism & Jews on: September 21, 2016, 08:37:30 PM

      I've started studying law here, and have been teaching English, Industrial Security and mathematics here. I think perhaps, I'll send a proposal to Berkeley for my course on targeting Muslims and see how it's received.
      20  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Strong clip on electoral fraud on: September 21, 2016, 03:16:01 PM

      The idea that this can go on, and in those types of quantities, is just insane. Anyone want to bet that the moment Democrats get control of the Supreme court and have an established numerical superiority, they implement mandatory voter ID?

      21  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: The Hillbillary Clintons long, sordid, and often criminal history on: September 21, 2016, 03:12:03 PM
      DDF,
      I believe it.

      If this were a different age who does not think Hillary would be exterminating anyone that gets in her way.

      If only this were taped and released online.

      I believe it too. In the article, it states that she doesn't allow any staff members to have cell phones. I personally know, that when I entered here, before they knew whether you would make it or not, getting caught with a cellphone would get you fired immediately, no questions asked, so I do know that the practice goes on. How much more so for the staff in her position?

      22  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Clinton Explodes at NBC on: September 21, 2016, 01:19:40 PM
      Graphic Language Alert

      "Hillary’s meltdown included throwing a water glass at a staffer- narrowly missing her head, and demanding Matt Lauer be fired!  She was overheard threatening executives at NBC saying “If I lose, we all go down and that Fascist F.ck will have us swinging from nooses! What the f.ck is wrong with you idiots?”

      https://www.lewrockwell.com/2016/09/no_author/real-hitlery/

      http://stanvanhoucke.blogspot.mx/2016/09/hillary-clintons-rage.html

      Granted, it isn't from a major newsite, but taking into consideration of what youtube documentaries say about her, as well as USSS agents that have worked with her, as well as other service details, it's at least plausible.
      23  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Re: Boycotts pending on: September 20, 2016, 03:40:50 PM

      I haven't spent a dime on them in six years. The last thing I'll do is give them my money when they're against everything I stand for. Not a chance in hell.
      24  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: ACORN on: September 20, 2016, 09:12:27 AM
      You really need to screen cap the below FB page and forward this to the Trump campaign, maybe drudgereport.com

      You don't get them to the polls, you fill out absentee ballots. Just like how all the dead people in Chicago always vote.  Absentee and democrat.

      This is supremely true here in Mexico currently. They have a Facebook page dedicated to it in fact, where they expressly ask you to register yourself and anyone else you may know, in order to keep Trump from winning.

      As of posting this, just one post on the Avaaz page has some 106,000 shares https://secure.avaaz.org/en/globalvote_loc/ and they aren't the only page looking for voters. The fact that they ask you to register others is troubling. I am reading his entire thread, because in the end, to me, it is more important "who" counts the votes, but this should be noted. People are asking for people's names and addresses here in Mexico, in order to fill absentee ballots with their names.

      https://www.facebook.com/Avaaz/?hc_ref=SEARCH&fref=nf

      It is a fact, that many of these voters cannot be identified or vetted thoroughly.



      I have screen captured it and will do so right now. I'm still sifting through Harris' book and the amount of problems with the machines, the problems with the Election Assistance Commission. It's bad and I feel stupid. I've never really looked into it. I'll send this to Trump and Drudge right now. I'm not even counting other things I have seen in the news here.

      What's most troubling to me about AVAAZ, is that they are asking you for other people's emails and names, stating that they will safeguard your information, but what's to stop them from registering those names themselves and voting against anyone? Nothing.

      Edit: Done deal on both accounts. I also sent it to Breitbart, called Trump Campaign, etc.
      25  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Diebold, Premier Election Solutions, & Election Systems and Software on: September 20, 2016, 01:32:22 AM
      Diebold, Premier Election Solutions, & Election Systems and Software


      Who are these companies, what are they attached to, and why are they counting 80% of your vote, with little to no proof of who or what was actually voted for?

      Premier Election Solutions (formerly Diebold Election Systems, Inc), now currently Dominion Voting Systems based in Toronto Canada, is a company with heavy ties to the banking industry. Premier Election Solutions is headquartered in North Canton, Ohio, formerly run by Bob Urosevich and his brother, Todd Urosevich. Premier Election Solutions, Inc. is currently run by David Byrd as stated by wikipedia, which is odd because wikipedia claims the company was sold to Dominion. The company has changed its name and been sold, which muddies the waters quickly, but noteworthy, is the fact that after the company changed its name to "Premier Election Solutions," the company was then acquired by Election Systems and Software, who was started by Robert J. Urosevich. It needs to be noted, that there have been several controversies and even attempts by California and Maryland, to remove their machines and revert to paper ballots, but invariably, these attempts have failed, in the case of Maryland, by having the funding for the paper ballots rejected in July of 2008. There have been SEVERAL controversies with Diebold, including internal memos that were posted and forced to be removed with a cease and desist order.

      If you feel confused, don't feel bad. It gets confusing quickly. Basically - Diebold = Premier - is then sold to ES&S, which then sells ES&S assets to Dominion, but states that Premier is currently operated by David Byrd (even though the company has been "sold" to a Canadian company) due to an anti trust lawsuit against ES&S. Why they would be allowed to hold sway in an American Anti-trust lawsuit is beyond me, as is the how and why any foreign company would be allowed to count American votes, both important points.

      There have also been Sherman Anti-trust lawsuit(s) filed (one successful challenge), but none of those matter because of this:

      Election Systems and Software has its headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska and was started by Robert J. Urosevich (the same "Bob Urosevich" listed above), with the help of his brother Todd (who was formerly working for IBM). Like Diebold Election Systems, ES&S has gone through several name changes, has had various acquisitions, controversies, and Anti-trust suits filed against it. ES&S was one of the top four providers of voting equipment used in the November 2004 election. The other three were Diebold Election Systems, Sequoia Voting Systems and Hart InterCivic. Four companies counting all of the votes in the United States for a presidential election? This is listed under note 15 http://criminalbrief.com/?p=1892 in Wikipedia's article https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Election_Systems_%26_Software#cite_note-CB1-15 . While I don't like the source Wikipedia uses for its article, it does cite facts that I have come across from other sites. It also again references that the Secretaries of State are the ones responsible for deciding which machines to use, in the event that the State Congress declines to legislate against it or provide a budget for paper ballots. Moving on...

      There has been much written about the Urosevich Brothers and black box voting. I had vaguely paid attention to it, until today, when I came across an article on them, that had several of the hyperlink references removed and returning 404 error messages, links from long established newspapers. What is odd, is that even though there are people paying attention to this, not enough are, and certainly not the federal government. Why would I say that?

      Today, I came across a few astounding facts:

      1. That the Urosevich Brothers (or the companies they founded) are counting 80% of the American vote.

      2. That there is no public oversight of the voting (and even if their was, the brothers have been caught with faulty software being installed into their machines).

      3. That the companies have had convicted felons as managers.

      4. That the companies allow live streaming of the results to third parties and proclaim victories before all the votes have been tallied.

      5. That the companies' machines can and do have their contents attacked and modified with memory cards, and it's been proven.

      We discuss ballot stuffing and voter fraud (and rightfully so), but we discuss it as though it is something that happens solely before the counting has taken place, often, never questioning what happens with all of the votes after the fact. It bears mentioning, that even as recently as Obama, there have been recounts in states like Florida, in what was a hotly contested election, "President Obama was declared the winner of Florida's 29 electoral votes Saturday, ending a four-day count with a razor-thin margin that narrowly avoided an automatic recount that would have brought back memories of the 2000 election." http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2012/11/10/florida-vote-count-obama-romney/1696343/ , but it goes on to say that Obama had 332 electoral votes. Who and what counted the  votes from the other states? Who SPECIFICALLY was watching? Were you? I wasn't. I took their word for it, or even if I suspected voter rigging, what was I going to do about it?

      We start by finding all of their dirty, little secrets and bringing them here.

      Being that I have made four principle claims that need to be supported by evidence, let me start with that task:

      1. That the Urosevich Brothers (or the companies they founded) are counting 80% of the American vote.

      Thus far, I have found that four major companies have counted votes in the past elections. Many of these articles are dated, and since, there have been anti-trust suits that have spread assets and companies around. The first thing we need to do, is prove that it is possible for two people to have utter control over the vote counting process, and that even if articles are dated, see how it happened, and who is counting the votes now.

      This article http://www.rense.com/general52/bros.htm , makes the claim that "Voters can run, but they can't hide from these guys. Meet the Urosevich brothers, Bob and Todd. Their respective companies, Diebold and ES&S, will count (using BOTH computerized ballot scanners and touchscreen machines) about 80% of all votes cast in the upcoming U.S. presidential election." They cite Bev Harris' book, "Black Box Voting."

      Digging into it further, with the search query, "count 80 percent of the votes" Google will initially return six results. The search engine Dogpile also returns six results, but different sources, so I went back to Google and had the omitted results added and got 218 results. When I type in "count 80% of the votes," i get (2) hard matches from Google. The point being, people are writing books and saying that two people wield such control over the American Voting System, a system I might add, that people have died over, in the recognition of their right to freedom, and no one is talking about it. If you Google "uber" you will automatically get 189 million ways to get to where you're going, but give someone the keys to the kingdom, and no one says a peep. That is odd.

      Quora mentions this. "80% of the US will vote using privately owned electronic voting machines. How do we prevent election fraud, if a hardcopy recount isn't possible?" https://www.quora.com/80-of-the-US-will-vote-using-privately-owned-electronic-voting-machines-How-do-we-prevent-election-fraud-if-a-hardcopy-recount-isnt-possible
      Someone answers wisely, "For openers, we destroy and remove ALL electronic voting machines throughout the United States and its territories, and revert to paper ballots ONLY."

      In regard to Harris' claim that they do indeed count 80% of the votes (not getting into the fact that their machines "drop" votes, and a plethora of other problems), there are others that cite the claim; "Chuck Hegel of Nebraska, a CEO of one of the four major voting machine corporations, resigned his position to run for public office. He then won the vote, counted by his own machine. He had a $5 million ownership in the company that counted 80 per cent of the votes. Chuck Hegel’s opponent paid for a recount on the same machines that Hegel had built." http://discourseanddisclosure.com/frontPage/pushButton.htm

      and "Beverley Harris, at Black Box Voting, (her book can be downloaded for free here: http://blackboxvoting.org/black-box-voting-book/ ), said that she went into the computer, by-passed the password and changed the vote in less than 10 minutes. In three different electoral counts in three different states, each candidate who won, did so by exactly the same number of votes!
      A CEO of one of the four major voting machine corporations, resigned his position to run for public office. He then won the vote, counted by his own machine. He had a $5 million ownership in the company that counted 80 per cent of the votes." http://dablogfodder.blogspot.mx/2012/03/winning-elections-in-21st-century.html

      and It needs to be mentioned, that when I'm looking fo a major news outlet to cite as a source, the only one that I can come across, from this link http://www.wanttoknow.info/votingproblems which leads to this link from http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/elections/sfl-pn.pre.7a4oct30,0,4018585.story, coming back as dead, amongst others, which specifically made the 80% claim. I wonder if that has anything to do with Diebold also having their internal memos removed from the public eye?

      Granted, the CBS link from the wanttoknow link works and puts the number in "Diebold's" hands as well as Sequio's (another manufacturer) at just 30%, they do admit that 30% of the voting populous (30 million +/- voters), a huge number of people with no paper trail. http://www.cbsnews.com/news/e-voting-is-the-fix-in/
      This also doesn't include the counting machines from the same companies, that will optically scan ballots, many times "dropping votes" and prone to error, so based on that Bev Harris' claim of 80% isn't so far fetched. In fact, Harris doesn't allow her book to be replicated in any form without specific permission, but I can paraphrase. On page 28 of her book, she discusses ES&S counting 56% of the votes in the United States. She also discusses Hugo Chavez using the machines in other areas of her book, further discusses error rates of up to 100% in Orange County, California, and cites her sources, primarily, ES&S themselves, on their own website admit to counting 56% of the vote themselves. They don't even hide it.



      2. That there is no public oversight of the voting (and even if their was, the brothers have been caught with faulty software being installed into their machines).

      It isn't really necessary to drive this point home, because the fact is, if you're reading this, in all likelihood, you have never seen any votes counted other than in school, have you? I know I haven't. Keenly, MSNBC has also made this claim. Also, they put the number at 50 million (even more than the claim made by CBS above).
      "Although up to 50 million Americans are expected to vote on touchscreen machines on Nov. 2, federal regulators have virtually no oversight over testing of the technology. The certification process, in part because the voting machine companies pay for it, is described as obsolete by those charged with overseeing it..." http://www.nbcnews.com/id/5762054/from/RL.4#.V-DTMa0hPtQ

      In regard to faulty software, why do that when you can rig the software outright, as testified by Clinton Eugene “Clint” Curtis, before members of U.S. House Judiciary Members in Ohio. http://www.activistpost.com/2016/03/watch-computer-programmer-testifies-under-oath-he-coded-computers-to-rig-elections.html
      The fact that these companies operate at all, much less, in secrecy, is something that should no longer be tolerated at all, in any election, at any level.

      3. That the companies have had convicted felons as managers.

      This is a matter of fact and matter of public record for anyone that wishes to look.

      "The Director of Operations under Diebold had been imprisoned for computer fraud and five other felons were identified in the company. "
      http://discourseanddisclosure.com/frontPage/pushButton.htm

      Jeffrey Dean - programmer for Diebold, case no. 89-1-04034-1, had access to the entire voting system in King County, and 24 hour access.

      "“Defendant’s thefts occurred over a 2 1/2 year period of time, there were
      multiple incidents, more than the standard range can account for, the ac
      tual monetary loss was substantially greater than typical for the offense,
      the crimes and their cover-up involved a high degree of sophistication and
      planning in the use and alteration of records in the computerized account
      ing system that defendant maintained for the victim, and the defendant used
      his position of trust and fiduciary responsibility as a computer systems and
      accounting consultant for the victim to facilitate the commission of the offenses.”


      4. That the companies allow live streaming of the results to third parties and proclaim victories before all the votes have been tallied.

      "Clearly the subject of AP having direct data feed from the mainframe computer was something Burnham did not want me to discuss."
      http://www.votefraud.org/how_a_private_company_counts_our_votes.htm


      5. That the companies' machines can and do have their contents attacked and modified with memory cards, and it's been proven.

      "A report commissioned by Ohio’s top elections official on December 15, 2007 has found that all five voting systems used in Ohio (made by Elections Systems and Software; Premier Election Solutions (formerly Diebold Election Systems); and Hart InterCivic) have critical flaws that could undermine the integrity of the 2008 general election."
      http://www.nytimes.com/2007/12/15/us/15ohio.html?_r=2&oref=slogin
      In the article, Chris Riggall, a Premier spokesman, said hardware and software problems had been corrected in his company’s new products, which will be available for installation in 2008, but goes on to state that "It is important to note,” he said, “that there has not been a single documented case of a successful attack against an electronic voting system, in Ohio or anywhere in the United States," but acknowledges that there was indeed the need to remedy hardware issues and upgrade software. The part that he leaves out, is that who from the public was there to verify that the vote count was accurate? Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner claims that "two elections workers on charges of rigging recounts" led to convictions, so there has indeed been voter rigging. I'm certain if I look more, I will find more cases of it, because where it's happened once, it will happen again.

      Quoting others here, this isn't something new, but this quote mentions something important:


      Quote of the Day II

      "Diebold, one of the biggest manufacturers of computerized voting machines was until recently headed by a CEO who happened to be a vocal supporter of President Bush. Writing in the New York Times in 2003, Paul Krugman sought to blow the lid off: 'You don't have to believe in a central conspiracy to worry that partisans will take advantage of an insecure, unverifiable voting system to manipulate election results... The credibility of U.S. democracy may be at stake.' That theme was rolled out again this election season on left-wing blogs and in the print media. There was even an HBO documentary, 'Hacking Democracy,' which emphasized the danger of Diebold disenfranchisement. But then, just as the paranoia reached its peak, a funny thing happened: The Democrats won on Election Day. As suddenly as they had blared to life, the alarm bells fell silent. The critics paused for a moment, then burst out in a new refrain: The people have spoken! The realignment is here! Democracy works! And so the Diebold villain has retreated to the shadows for the next two years, at least" -- from an editorial in National Review.


      It is important to mention that it is likely that most of us have our own political views. There has been much stated about Goldman Sach's laundry list of former employees receiving government positions after leaving the banking giant and everything else wrong with the banking industry that is "too big to fail,", or of Bill and Hillary Clinton's "pay to play" foundation, or even of Trump's issues.

      Independently of what flavor of politics you choose, shouldn't you be the one allowed to make that choice? Shouldn't it be respected? I think it should, and I might not even necessarily agree with you or even like you, in fact, I probably don't. That doesn't mean that our voices shouldn't be heard and listened to by those we charge with governance.

      We need to all call our state secretaries, governors, and congressman and insist on paper ballots, that can be counted physically, repeatedly, and with hard proof. We discuss dead people and foreigners voting, as well as absentee ballot fraud, but never question the hand that counts the ballots, do not even know who they are and there is a problem with that.
      26  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: ACORN on: September 19, 2016, 10:22:53 PM
      You don't get them to the polls, you fill out absentee ballots. Just like how all the dead people in Chicago always vote.  Absentee and democrat.

      This is supremely true here in Mexico currently. They have a Facebook page dedicated to it in fact, where they expressly ask you to register yourself and anyone else you may know, in order to keep Trump from winning.

      As of posting this, just one post on the Avaaz page has some 106,000 shares https://secure.avaaz.org/en/globalvote_loc/ and they aren't the only page looking for voters. The fact that they ask you to register others is troubling. I am reading his entire thread, because in the end, to me, it is more important "who" counts the votes, but this should be noted. People are asking for people's names and addresses here in Mexico, in order to fill absentee ballots with their names.

      https://www.facebook.com/Avaaz/?hc_ref=SEARCH&fref=nf

      It is a fact, that many of these voters cannot be identified or vetted thoroughly.

      27  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Gov. Chris Christie on: September 19, 2016, 04:42:06 PM
       grin grin grin grin grin grin
      28  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: 2016 Presidential on: September 19, 2016, 04:40:57 PM
      This is excellent work DDF.  Please post in on the SEIU/Electoral fraud thread as well as here.


      Tailwags Guru. In fact, before I post anything else, I need to read the entire SEIU thread to make sure that I'm not replicating anything. I've already turned up some things, but want to make sure that I'm not just regurgitating something that someone else here has posted.

      The search function here on the forum only returns three instances of Diebold, zero instances of Premier Election Solutions, and likewise, zero for ESS or (Election Systems and Software). In liue of reading the entire thread, I am going to go with the search results that it isn't widely discussed, though Bigdog has mentioned it here at least once. I will see if I can find his article as well.

      The thread started primarily with ACORN fraud as you all know.

      Diebold, now know as Premier Election Solutions, is notoriously tight lipped about their operations.
      29  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Vote Counting on: September 19, 2016, 02:31:15 PM
      In regard to the post I just made, I came across this link: http://www.wanttoknow.info/votingproblems , which makes some extraordinary claims, such as:

      1. 80% of all U.S. votes (not just electronic) are counted by these two: Diebold and ES&S.
      2. The president of Diebold and a vice president of ES&S are brothers.


      What is amazing to me, is that many of the links contained in the page, now turn up 404 error messages that the pages no longer exist.

      If these claims are true, it is amazing to me, that electronic votes, that have no physical proof, that are in the hands of two brothers, who hand out management positions to convicted felons, are allowed anywhere near counting the voices of any American. I'll see what else I can find, but I have to say, some of the deleted links come from widely read newspapers or even the Diebold site itself.
      30  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Homeland Security, Border Protection, and American Freedom on: September 19, 2016, 11:48:00 AM
      I know that there have been stories of ISIS operating in Mexico, that come from an unconfirmed "confidential informant" from either the DEA or ATF.

      I have allegiances to Mexico for a couple reasons, but also am interested in the well being of my native country.

      What I can say without reserve, is that Mexico is not a kind country to outsiders. Is it possible that agents of ISIS could operate here by paying off cartels? It is. It's more likely though, that the cartels don't want anything interrupting their established business and from a government perspective, we are very aggressive with anyone that breaks laws.

      ISIS cells operating here in Mexico? I haven't seen a single substantiated instance of it, not even one, nor have I heard of any, other than the one mentioned by the confidential informant.

      I've been here six years.
      31  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: 2016 Presidential on: September 19, 2016, 09:59:18 AM
      If Hilliary gets the Dem States and the Dem Leaning States she has 272 electoral right now, even if Trump gets all the Undecided plus all the Rep and Rep Leaning States.

      Trump will not win this in any kind of a tie or close vote.   He needs to build on the momentum he earned recently and defeat her.  Voting for Trump can't come with shame or embarrassment.  He needs to look and act ready to govern from now until the end of his Presidency.  Anything short of that and he loses.  There will be one or two gaffes.  They need to be corrected quickly.  And there will be mud slung.  He needs to play the part of a great President ready to lead, all day, everyday.  If he wins nationwide by 3-4 points or more, much more, there won't be an electoral vote question.

      100% agreed. It needs to be obvious, so much so, that it would cause a national calamity if he isn't elected. Even then, I'm not sure that someone (who that would be, is a good question), wouldn't alter the vote count. In fact, being that we're asking that, who exactly is in charge of insuring votes aren't rigged, are by citizens, and have been counted correctly. What is their method of doing so and the proof required?

      32  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Sadiq Khan on: September 19, 2016, 09:28:09 AM

      It's supposed to prove that Arabs can assimilate into western countries and are pro western culture. I remain unconvinced.

      33  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Homeland Security, Border Protection, and American Freedom on: September 19, 2016, 08:53:44 AM
      I was going to post it on my facebook account, but thought better of it due to the fact that I have friends and coworkers from Africa and Mexico on my page and didn't want to hurt their feelings or give them the wrong idea. I also have to say, that at work, I have often seen agents from the National Institution of Migration working at several checkpoints throughout the country and they are VERY proactive. Still, this is happening.

      Having said that, it cannot be ignored, that here in Mexico, there have been 7000 African immigrants admitted legally, the majority of which, went DIRECTLY to the border, attempting to enter the United States.

      Mexico is now in a quandary as to what to do with them. Why they were admitted, I have no idea, and bear in mind, that doesn't count the Syrian immigrants allowed refuge here as well.

      I'm citing the Universal (the most important newspaper in Mexico) as a source for this. I apologize that it is in Spanish, and if need be, I'll translate it. The article is from two weeks ago.
      http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/articulo/nacion/sociedad/2016/09/1/la-ruta-de-la-migracion-africana-congo-brasil-mexico

      Basically, Mexico is granting the transit visas to cross Mexico and enter the States because the Africans are claiming that they have a job or relatives awaiting them in the States. Still others, are crossing into Mexico illegally, some of whom are detained.

      http://www.univision.com/noticias/inmigrantes-indocumentados/piden-declarar-crisis-humanitaria-por-llegada-a-mexico-de-miles-de-africanos-y-asiaticos-que-buscan-asilo-en-eeuu

      It needs to be mentioned that, you can walk right into the United States from Mexico, but... that you'll have to pay your coyote guide (about 20-30 thousand pesos), and nowadays you have to pay the Zetas another 10,000 pesos at certain points they have set up, or they'll kill you? If you know how to avoid their checkpoints, you can get in for free, but if you try to avoid them and are caught, it's the last thing you will ever do.  (All of this is a separate subject, but it bears mentioning due to the fact, that people are entering Mexico, and if refused entry legally *which the Africans have been,* they can still enter one of two ways - guided or taking their chances on foot).

      Here is an article in English on it, citing Breitbart as well:

      https://www.jihadwatch.org/2016/09/mexico-helping-unvetted-african-migrants-to-u-s-border-many-from-al-shabaab-jihadi-hotbed

      34  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / DEEP WEB on: September 19, 2016, 08:31:30 AM
      And you're correct. It is not without significant risk.

      I personally would avoid the dark web altogether. Big boy rules apply.



      People are afraid of the deepweb or don't know how to access it. They shouldn't be afraid and it isn't difficult to access.

      Just download the TOR browser (from TOR), have a deicated computer for specifically that with no personal info on it or use a thumb drive to boot your system, a VPN, and you're good to go. Don't download anything from there, and obviously avoid the smut pages and whatnot, but it's surprising what is on there that Google and company don't register in their search engines. You can basically find whatever you want.

      Edit: Make sure you cover up your camera physically as well and don't speak while surfing, or any background noise for that matter.
      Drawing the attention of lots of entities that you don't want attention from.

      Just as GM stated, plus they could potentially hack into your computer, steal your files, id your location, control your computer remotely, you could potentially access websites that have criminal activities - thus drawing the attention of alphabet soup type organizations (NSA, CIA, FBI, USSS, ATF, DEA, NCIS and INS), or even if none of that happened, the fact that you have to use a TOR browser (which can also access "http:www" sites), your local internet service provider (even using a VPN with TOR), they'll know you're accessing onion sites BECAUSE of where their exit traffic is going - Note the following: "A user is talking to a clear net website instead of the onion so in theory the proxy can read all the information you're sending and getting from the onion. Also, you are far from anonymous because the Tor2Web-gateway sees your IP." https://chloe.re/2016/05/20/killing-tor2web-once-and-for-all/

       And (note the web address in the photo here). You WILL get attention from someone. There's no avoiding that. There are also a couple of things I didn't provide above to disguise where you are or who you are, but the bottom line, is if someone wants to find you, they will.  A quick query of TOR security precautions will make it so that most people won't find you, but the government and good hackers will if they want to.

      I've used the deep web on and off for about two years. Then again, I work where I work and do what I do, so I'm not overly concerned about having uninvited guests. For the most part, I've seen a lot of bit coin operated sites that offer whatever service you can think of, blueprints, how to's, and seedier things. The bit coin sites all work off of an escrow service that can be used to locate someone as well.

      GM is correct in saying that it has its risks. I'll add, for what I've seen on it, it isn't worth the hassle, other than just to go cruising downtown Tijuana to go see things that no one else sees for the "been there, done that trip."

      Edit: I forgot to add, that if you do decide to access it, disable java. If anyone reading his doesn't know how to disable java, they shouldn't go. Period.
      Edit II: Do not use TOR with windows to access the web. As I stated above, the best way is a dedicated machine, using Linux and TOR on a thumb drive into that.

      It really isn't worth the hassle. Those curious, can go youtube query "deeb web sites" and get an idea that way without risking themselves.



      35  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: The Hillbillary Clintons long, sordid, and often criminal history on: September 19, 2016, 08:20:06 AM
      Would someone please post all of this on the Cyber War thread?  TIA.


      Will do.
      36  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: The Hillbillary Clintons long, sordid, and often criminal history on: September 18, 2016, 11:25:55 PM
      What are those risks?

      Drawing the attention of lots of entities that you don't want attention from.

      Just as GM stated, plus they could potentially hack into your computer, steal your files, id your location, control your computer remotely, you could potentially access websites that have criminal activities - thus drawing the attention of alphabet soup type organizations (NSA, CIA, FBI, USSS, ATF, DEA, NCIS and INS), or even if none of that happened, the fact that you have to use a TOR browser (which can also access "http:www" sites), your local internet service provider (even using a VPN with TOR), they'll know you're accessing onion sites BECAUSE of where their exit traffic is going - Note the following: "A user is talking to a clear net website instead of the onion so in theory the proxy can read all the information you're sending and getting from the onion. Also, you are far from anonymous because the Tor2Web-gateway sees your IP." https://chloe.re/2016/05/20/killing-tor2web-once-and-for-all/

       And (note the web address in the photo here). You WILL get attention from someone. There's no avoiding that. There are also a couple of things I didn't provide above to disguise where you are or who you are, but the bottom line, is if someone wants to find you, they will.  A quick query of TOR security precautions will make it so that most people won't find you, but the government and good hackers will if they want to.

      I've used the deep web on and off for about two years. Then again, I work where I work and do what I do, so I'm not overly concerned about having uninvited guests. For the most part, I've seen a lot of bit coin operated sites that offer whatever service you can think of, blueprints, how to's, and seedier things. The bit coin sites all work off of an escrow service that can be used to locate someone as well.

      GM is correct in saying that it has its risks. I'll add, for what I've seen on it, it isn't worth the hassle, other than just to go cruising downtown Tijuana to go see things that no one else sees for the "been there, done that trip."

      Edit: I forgot to add, that if you do decide to access it, disable java. If anyone reading his doesn't know how to disable java, they shouldn't go. Period.
      Edit II: Do not use TOR with windows to access the web. As I stated above, the best way is a dedicated machine, using Linux and TOR on a thumb drive into that.

      It really isn't worth the hassle. Those curious, can go youtube query "deeb web sites" and get an idea that way without risking themselves.


      37  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Clinton emails found on deep web/ dark net on: September 18, 2016, 07:15:46 PM
      And you're correct. It is not without significant risk.

      I personally would avoid the dark web altogether. Big boy rules apply.



      People are afraid of the deepweb or don't know how to access it. They shouldn't be afraid and it isn't difficult to access.

      Just download the TOR browser (from TOR), have a deicated computer for specifically that with no personal info on it or use a thumb drive to boot your system, a VPN, and you're good to go. Don't download anything from there, and obviously avoid the smut pages and whatnot, but it's surprising what is on there that Google and company don't register in their search engines. You can basically find whatever you want.

      Edit: Make sure you cover up your camera physically as well and don't speak while surfing, or any background noise for that matter.
      38  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Trump Didn't "Ask" on: September 18, 2016, 02:43:52 PM
      Of course you're correct. Soros and electronic voting. # million illegals voting in California is child's play compared to changing the number electronically. No physical count, nada.

      National polls don't matter because it's not a national vote. Also, there will be epic levels of fraud and alterations.

      Delving deeper, we know that many Sander's voters won't actually jump ship. I think the actual number is closer to 30% (one in three voters for Sanders) Which means, 10 million voters will either vote for Trump, Stein, or Johnson. If we assign half to Stein, and split the rest between Trump and Johnson, here what it looks like in closing:

      Trump - 63,500,000
      Clinton - 55,640,000
      Stein - 5,469,000 (counting her .5 million from 2012)
      Johnson - 3,775,000 (counting the 1.27 mil he had from 2012)

      I stated that Trump would get 52% of the vote. With 63.5 million and a voter turnout of 128 million, he'd have to be at 66.56 million (well within what he could reach with Sanders bailouts).

      I stated that Hillary would be at 44% of the vote or 56.32 million voters of 128 million. Based on Barracks numbers of 66,000,000 in 2012, and a 1/3 to 1/2 of Sander's voters jumping ship, the empress could easily find herself 15 million votes short, putting her as low as 51,000,000, well within the target I have proposed.

      Needless to say, these aren't electoral college votes, nor are they swing state votes.

      1. Most Latinos already reside in Blue states, BUT.... they aren't interested in seeing other Mexicans other than their immediate family come and take their jobs.
      2. States that have been blue could go red because of this, with purple states having an even higher turnover.
      3. Trump won't get the Black vote, but at 12%-15% (19 million votes) of the population, and most based in Blue states, he doesn't need it.

      Basically what I've come up with.
      39  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Clinton emails found on deep web/ dark net on: September 18, 2016, 02:38:32 PM

      People are afraid of the deepweb or don't know how to access it. They shouldn't be afraid and it isn't difficult to access.

      Just download the TOR browser (from TOR), have a deicated computer for specifically that with no personal info on it or use a thumb drive to boot your system, a VPN, and you're good to go. Don't download anything from there, and obviously avoid the smut pages and whatnot, but it's surprising what is on there that Google and company don't register in their search engines. You can basically find whatever you want.

      Edit: Make sure you cover up your camera physically as well and don't speak while surfing, or any background noise for that matter.
      40  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: 2016 Presidential on: September 18, 2016, 01:04:37 AM
      If Hilliary gets the Dem States and the Dem Leaning States she has 272 electoral right now, even if Trump gets all the Undecided plus all the Rep and Rep Leaning States.


      Agreed. I don't think she will though. We've had Mexican delegates come here from Chicago. The president of the Migrants' Clubs of Zacatecas stated that his numbers were,  they have 800,000 illegals registered with the migrants club associated to Zacatecas (from all states, just referring to the ones from Zacatecas), and that of those 800K, that 1.6 million family members (anchor babies, etc.), also depended on them for money (that they were asking from the government here in Zac).

      What was interesting, and I quote, "of all the people we have, 20% still live in poverty (hence asking for money), and that 80% have now attained middle class status in the United States."

      The Latinos there in the States, are not as friendly to other latinos as one might think, and very well may be the nail in Hillary's coffin because they don't want to risk the jobs they have gained, to other Mexicans. There is very much a rift. I think it will cost the Dems blue states.

      Additionally, of the swing states reported right now: http://www.270towin.com/maps/2016-election-toss-up-states

      They have AZ listed as a swing state. I don't think it will be. If Trump picks up AZ, CO (almost always blue and has had a huge swing in the polls recently), NV - those aren't that hard to win for Trump. On the Eastern seaboard, obviously Florida is key - lots of upset White people, but also a lot of Cubans and Blacks. I do feel confident that Trump will win PA and VA. NC is a guess, but to say, that if Trump picks up AZ, NV, and CO, with the addition of PA, VA, NC, and FL, he'll have 282 as the map sits right now. Clinton can have OH, MI, WI and IA, and still will only get 250. Florida and NC are what Trump needs to win.
      41  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Illary Clinton and Article 1, Section 9 on: September 18, 2016, 12:27:31 AM
      Anyone remember this from Article 1, Section 9? Friends in Europe were surprised we included this.
      "No Title of Nobility shall be granted by the United States: And no Person holding any Office of Profit or Trust under them, shall, without the Consent of the Congress, accept of any present, Emolument, Office, or Title, of any kind whatever, from any King, Prince, or foreign State."

      I specifically remember it. I agree with GM too.

      I'll also add, that it very much resembles the ITAR rules that we have to adhere to.

      EDIT: And they WILL VERY MUCH, put you in prison or fine you millions if you violate it. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) - US State Department, which is funny, because SHE's the BOSS. Imagine that. Let me find the specific portion I'm looking for.All of our titanium and other things have to come from approved countries, the titanium, in this case, coming from Russia. Let me look at what I can find, because they'll absolutely grill you if you break those rules.

      EDIT II:

      Here we go (there is much more to it than this, and in fact, if you're a manager, we go through extensive training on this to avoid problems because the consequences are serious) - "The ATT should be limited to international transfers. Imports, exports, transit, transshipment, or brokering of conventional arms, whether the transfers are state-to-state, state-to-private end-user, commercial sales, leases, or loans/gifts." http://www.state.gov/t/isn/armstradetreaty/

      I'm bringing this up, because it is relevant in regard to the fact that Hillary routinely sells Putin plutonium and uranium (which isn't all that big of a deal if the fact that the US has often paid Russia to dismantle nukes). What is a big deal though, is when the Clinton's Foundation getting Russian money after "As the Russians gradually assumed control of Uranium One in three separate transactions from 2009 to 2013, Canadian records show, a flow of cash made its way to the Clinton Foundation. Uranium One’s chairman used his family foundation to make four donations totaling $2.35 million. Those contributions were not publicly disclosed by the Clintons, despite an agreement Mrs. Clinton had struck with the Obama White House to publicly identify all donors. Other people with ties to the company made donations as well." http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/07/25/flashback-clintons-loved-russia-enough-sell-uranium/

      Politifact rates this as "We rate Trump’s claim Mostly False."

      http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2016/jun/30/donald-trump/donald-trump-inaccurately-suggests-clinton-got-pai/

      They do a healthy amount of minimizing, and deflecting Clinton's involvement, but it should be mentioned, that the law doesn't require quantities of money or "timing" as to whether Clinton was the Secretary of State at time or not. It applies to every American, for any dollar amount, and again, GM was right, in that rules are only for little people. If a private citizen did this, they'd never get out of prison, the company they worked for would be bankrupted, and it's a fact. It's happened to others. http://www.drinkerbiddle.com/insights/publications/2014/03/state-fines-defense-manufacturer-$20-million-for__

      The Clintons basically think they walk on water, whether it's Bill, interns, cigars and the Oval Office or anything that Hillary has been involved in. It's protocol to them.
      42  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Trump Didn't "Ask" on: September 18, 2016, 12:22:51 AM
      Delving deeper, we know that many Sander's voters won't actually jump ship. I think the actual number is closer to 30% (one in three voters for Sanders) Which means, 10 million voters will either vote for Trump, Stein, or Johnson. If we assign half to Stein, and split the rest between Trump and Johnson, here what it looks like in closing:

      Trump - 63,500,000
      Clinton - 55,640,000
      Stein - 5,469,000 (counting her .5 million from 2012)
      Johnson - 3,775,000 (counting the 1.27 mil he had from 2012)

      I stated that Trump would get 52% of the vote. With 63.5 million and a voter turnout of 128 million, he'd have to be at 66.56 million (well within what he could reach with Sanders bailouts).

      I stated that Hillary would be at 44% of the vote or 56.32 million voters of 128 million. Based on Barracks numbers of 66,000,000 in 2012, and a 1/3 to 1/2 of Sander's voters jumping ship, the empress could easily find herself 15 million votes short, putting her as low as 51,000,000, well within the target I have proposed.

      Needless to say, these aren't electoral college votes, nor are they swing state votes.

      1. Most Latinos already reside in Blue states, BUT.... they aren't interested in seeing other Mexicans other than their immediate family come and take their jobs.
      2. States that have been blue could go red because of this, with purple states having an even higher turnover.
      3. Trump won't get the Black vote, but at 12%-15% (19 million votes) of the population, and most based in Blue states, he doesn't need it.

      Basically what I've come up with.
      43  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: 2016 Presidential on: September 18, 2016, 12:18:23 AM
      Pravda on the Beach (LA Times) give 19% of black vote to Trump!

      Other interesting numbers too.

      http://graphics.latimes.com/usc-presidential-poll-dashboard/


      I'm sticking with my original prediction. Trump is going to crush her. Double digits. Even with California letting 3 million illegals vote with their licenses, he'll still kill it.

      Edit:

      I dropped the ball on Johnson. I didn't think as many people from the Hillary/Sander's camp would support him. Come to find out, he's pretty attractive to them.
      44  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Re: Prayer and Daily Expression of Gratitude on: September 17, 2016, 04:36:38 PM
      Grateful to start law school today, in a country that leans Socialist (not so thrilled with that), that leans towards globalism (likewise), and in a foreign language. Still, I remain grateful.

      Also wishing everyone that will fight at the Tribal tomorrow, all the best.
      45  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: The Libertarian and Green candidates on: September 16, 2016, 11:24:03 PM
      I'm capable of being mistaken. I knew he was open to "immigration," but from my perspective, to not call things by their proper names, and even apologize for them... just not what I agree with at all.

      And he is indeed pulling from Clinton. I haven't been with my squad much lately, due to an administration change, been studying for a law degree and have had some time to dedicate to studying polls and whatnot. Between Stein, Sanders and Johnson (the collective things going on with each of those), Clinton is by far, going to get the worse of the exchange.
      46  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Berkeley Offering Course To Destroy Israel UPDATE on: September 16, 2016, 11:22:14 PM

      Berkeley just shut the course down mid semester. It will be interesting to see what kind of waves this makes in court because the instructor (an undergrad), is not happy about it.

      https://academeblog.org/2016/09/15/berkeley-bans-a-palestine-class/
      47  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: The Hillbillary Clintons long, sordid, and often criminal history on: September 15, 2016, 10:40:09 PM
      "Who controls the past controls the future; who controls the present controls the past."-Orwell

      Stealing the story GM. Thank you.
      48  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: Johnson Just Won My Vote With This on: September 15, 2016, 09:55:13 PM
      https://www.facebook.com/restoringfreedom2016/videos/237038543360675/?pnref=story

      There is NOTHING that destroys a country faster than broken families.

      I think he's a pothead, I don't like his stance on immigration, but with this, he just got my vote. He has the benefit of not being owned by the banks as well. And... he climbed Mount Everest. Something to be said for that. He would also take the States away from the corrupt two party system (not that countries with multiple party systems don't have their issues too, they do).

      Then again, he's anti-weapons. No. No. No. Can't have that.
      49  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Johnson Just Won My Vote With This on: September 15, 2016, 01:34:10 PM
      https://www.facebook.com/restoringfreedom2016/videos/237038543360675/?pnref=story

      There is NOTHING that destroys a country faster than broken families.

      I think he's a pothead, I don't like his stance on immigration, but with this, he just got my vote. He has the benefit of not being owned by the banks as well. And... he climbed Mount Everest. Something to be said for that. He would also take the States away from the corrupt two party system (not that countries with multiple party systems don't have their issues too, they do).
      50  Politics, Religion, Science, Culture and Humanities / Politics & Religion / Re: The Hillbillary Clintons long, sordid, and often criminal history on: September 15, 2016, 12:56:53 PM
      When I was a boy, after my mother divorced, she got welfare. I also remember her carrying rocks working on a construction crew. Growing up on a farm, none of us were strangers to hard, manual labor. I'm not against welfare. I'm against people not having to do anything for it, especially manual labor, a hand up.

      I don't think we should have socialist "collectives," but there's nothing wrong with people getting welfare being forced to work on farms that grow food in exchange for it, until they find something better and can get off of it.

      Interesting point about the pilgrims attempting socialism. I learn something new everyday. It is funny though... to see how many centuries people have attempted socialism, having it fail, and trying it again, expecting different results.

      Talk to many democrats? They think we aren't spending enough money. We need MOAR government!

      The vote for the liberal elite in exchange for continuing the programs explains how we got stuck in this cycle.  Someone (Trump) pointing out that they're getting the shaft is the start of how we break out of it.

      Malcolm X was in a better position to say it than me (race thread?), "Chumps".  "They are taking you for chumps."

      This isn't a better life and we're killing off the golden goose that got you the Obamaphones.
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