See the IDF soldiers pee their panties and
Scattering like scared rabbits
my bullspit-detector, which is totally awesome, my false-flag detector is
not all that quick. Now that may seem odd or contradictory to you
because, after all, a false flag is just another species of
bullshit. But there's something about videos, which these days are
almost always the evidence of a false flag, that makes them harder to disbelieve
than, say, a CNN written report about Bibi Netanyahu
talking bullspit about how the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) is the
bravest and most moral army in the world. I guess what I'm saying is
that my olfactory sense is more acute than my visual.
And the reason I say it is that when I saw
of what was advertised as a Jan08 terrorist truck attack on a bunch of IDF
soldiers in Haas Promenade, a park near Jerusalem, "false flag" didn't register
in my brain, even though I had to run the vid a couple times because the
truck kept disappearing.
What I mostly noticed was how dozens of
uniformed IDF stiffs were reacting like little girls who see a snake, pee
their panties, and run away. Little boys, too. I mean, there you had it on
vid: in the middle of the attack that was reported to have killed four of
their comrades, you can follow, for example, two IDF girls holding hands
and rushing across the screen in their prissy rush to get to safety. The guys
were not holding hands so far as I could tell, but they were running just
as fast and, mostly, in the same direction.
And the reason I bring it to your attention
is that I was in the US Marines for three years, including half-a-tour in Vietnam, and I never once saw Marines holding hands running away
from anything. In fact, I never saw Marines holding hands and can't
even imagine what it would look like. US Army and Navy . . . well, I
don't know. You'll have to ask them.
In fairness and for the record, I note that
in the Hass Promenade vid there are a couple of guys (and only guys from what I can see)
who can be seen locking and loading and running toward the truck.
But those showing any bravery in this scene are a vanishingly
small percentage of the whole. It was a civilian tour operator, Ethan
Rond, who nailed the terrorist, according to reports.
And I wasn't the only one who took note of
the scattered iJews advancing to the rear. For instance there was this
article in Arutz
Sheva titled: "I don't know why 40 soldiers didn't shoot the
terrorist," and this one in DM
titled "Israel's military investigating why its soldiers RAN AWAY
from truck driver
terrorist . . ." [Emphasis original]
brave nor moral is the way I'd characterize the IDF, and not just because
of this shameful incident.
I'll leave this story there for now except to point out that there are those who
are claiming that the event was a false flag and never happened
at all. Search YouTube. Some of these people are making interesting
points, and so I am in the process of evaluating these claims and will
publish a LogoPhere Digital Forensics Report on Feb10.
Michael Moore: A megalomaniac
about a narcissist. How convoluted does it get?
DTDuck is the narcissist????
Moore, megalomaniac publicity-hound that he is,
has inserted himself into the post-election news. He is reminding us
how he called DTDuck's victory way back in July|2016. And, boy, did
he call it. Moore's prediction was
not only that DTDuck would win, but he went so far as to call Ohio,
Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan as the states that would deliver the
[Trump] doesn’t need Colorado or
Virginia. Just Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. And
that will put him over the top. This is how it will happen in
And DTDuck didn't get Colorado or Virginia,
but he did get Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. A prediction just doesn't get any clearer
or more accurate than that. But when you look at what Moore did after
he made his prediction, you see that it has a self-fulfilling quality to
it. Moore was supposed to be
Clinton's Hilton's guy and was, ostensibly, campaigning for her.
Or not. In retrospect, I'm not so sure Moore wasn't a plant for DTDuck.
Remember how the four
minute clip from Moore's Trumpland went viral about a month before the
election? That was Moore on a stage in Ohio telling working people who had been shafted and
abandoned by the neoliberal Democrats why they should vote for DTDuck.
And it was a powerful argument that resonated. I mean, it even resonated
with me and I'm retired and living in Canada. That clip is now historically important
because it shows Moore doing as much as any other person on the planet to
get DTDuck elected, while under the guise of a Hilton guy.
Moore now points out that in Michigan,
where Hilton lost by 10,000 votes, 90,000 voters showed up at the polls
and voted for congressmen, senators, and local officials but didn't vote
for any presidential candidate. Moore has the gall to point these numbers
out, but he doesn't have the gall to admit that likely half of those
90,000 didn't vote for Hilton because of Trumpland.
Maybe Moore got a big paycheck from DTDuck
to help swing Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, but whether or
not he did, he is now hot on the speakers' circuit, on the cable news programs,
and, have no doubt, his next book isn't far off. This guy turns politics
into money almost as adroitly as
Bill Clinton Bilton.
And Moore's message? Get
this, it's that DTDuck is a narcissist who can't avoid
breaking the law because of his narcissism and will not be able to finish
his first term in office.
A megalomaniac calling out a narcissist. It
don't get any screwier than that.
Martha Stewart went to prison for
What about this guy?
A man blessed by coincidences
the only Democrat left with any cajones, Elizabeth Warren, skinned
Tom Price in the Senate confirmation hearings yesterday, most of
the public wouldn't have known what she was on about. She only had
five minutes to discuss a lot of stuff, including a noisome stock
transaction, and the committee chairman, Lamar Alexander, tried to screw
her out of two minutes of her five. [Helpful hint re: Hell on Wheels
Warren: Do not -- I repeat, DO NOT -- ever try to screw this woman out of
her inquisitorial time.]
Price is a Republican congressman
representing Georgia, and what was up Warren's pert nose was a bill
Price tried to get passed in the House last year, a bill cleverly called
Inpatient Procedures Act of 2016 or HIP Act, which was an attempt
to reverse a small part of Obamacare. The reason the title is so clever is
that it's all about a plan that would let hospitals charge more for hip
replacements, and it would -- if it is ever passed -- dump a shit-pot full
of money into the pockets of companies that produce and sell artificial
hips. Here is the summary attached to the bill:
To delay and suspend implementation of a
comprehensive care for joint replacement (CJR) payment model for
episode-based payment for lower extremity joint replacement (LEJR) under
the Medicare program in a budget neutral manner.
OK, there's nothing new about Price, who is
a very wealthy physician, trying to gut federal legislation that benefits
poor people requiring medical care. Price has been introducing
unsuccessful bills into the House to stamp out Obamacare since before
there even was Obamacare. So what was it that caused Warren
to come unglued as if some elitist millionaire orthopod had grabbed her by the
gluteus? Basically, the smell of dishonesty.
There is a hip-replacement devices company called Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc. (ZBH)
that was one of the companies that would do very nicely, thank-you, if
Price could get his HIP Act passed. And wouldn't you know it, on
Mar17|2016, just five days before introducing the HIP Act into the House,
ole' slick-Tom bought a bunch of ZBH stock. We don't know how many ZBH shares
Price bought because the ethics rules only require disclosure of a
range. It was between $1001 and $15,000, according to CNN.
Just a freakin' coincidence, says ole'
slick-Tom, when hopping mad Warren asks him WTF is going on.
According to Price, his broker just picked ZBH out of thin air five days
before Price proposed legislation that would boost ZBH's company's profits.
Just a coincidence. They happen to the best of us.
But what puzzles me is that nobody seems to
be asking the obvious: Did the ZBH stock price actually go up after the legislation was introduced?
If you were wondering that, too, you've come to the right place; I
just happen to have the answer to that seminal question.
ZBH takes a 30% leap after Price introduces the HIP Act.
Yes, is the short answer. Price introduced
his bill on Mar23|16 and ZBH share prices
went up steadily for 7 months afterwards to a new 5-year peak, as shown above. Between the time Price bought the stock and it's peak
price, the gain was about 30% over 7 months. The NASDAQ rose 11% during
that same period, by
It is even more interesting that while the
NASDAQ had been rising slightly in the year before Price bought ZBH, ZBH
had been dropping. So looking back against the market as a whole, ZBH
might not have looked like an attractive best buy for those who didn't
know help was on the way in the form of the HIP Act.
But there were more hard questions put to
Price over his stock purchases. He was forced to admit that he instructed
his broker to purchase shares in Australian company Innate
Immunotherapeutics Ltd. (IIL on the Australian Stock Exchange).
Price dropped between $50,000 and $100,000 on IIL stock. Why would this be
an issue? Because another US congressman, Chris Collins (R-NY) told
Price to buy the stock, according to The
So? Well, to some people there is an
appearance of impropriety here -- if not a possible violation of the 2012
STOCK Act that prohibits people in Congress from insider trading --
because Collins is on the Board of IIL and he its largest stockholder.
As the Secretary of Health and Human
Services, Price will be leading the charge to destroy Obamacare, which he
has been trying to bring down since before it became law. And in bringing
down Obamacare, Price will eliminate taxes on several medical companies --
and not just ZBH and IIL -- in which he holds who-knows how much
stock. A lot.
Warren has every right to be ripping this
guy. It's what the confirmation process is all about: sniffing out
greed-hounds and crooks who have been nominated to high positions.
Palm Springs here we come: Obama's
one last vacation on the taxpayer's dime
Is Hilton next?
Barry Obama took office eight short years ago
tomorrow, a lot of people, including myself, thought it would be a long,
long overdue turning point for black people generally and in politics
specifically. Now a lot of people, including myself, are wondering
if it will take another 220 years before a black person is again elected
president. And judging by the way Obama has been hyperventilating over his
legacy since the election, he's wondering the same thing.
To put it in the form of a polite
understatement, Obama has not been a stellar president. No FDR, no JFK.
Like Jimmy Carter he will stew in a puddle of presidential mediocrity
for eternity as history looks back at all of the amazing things he didn't
do but should have. Maybe like jimmy Carter Obama will be able to
rehabilitate himself to some extent by his post-presidential activities.
Carter has Habitat for Humanity and calling-out Yisreali apartheid
covered, so Obama will have to come up with something fresh and
But Barry's presidency is not quite ended,
yet. He doesn't have time to rehabilitate his legacy, that will take
decades of post-presidential effort. But tomorrow morning Obama does
have time to completely destroy his legacy the way Bilton did his last
morning in office when he pardoned his buddy Marc Rich, who had
been indicted on 65 counts of tax evasion, wire fraud, racketeering, &
etc. So, yes, Obama still has time to destroy his own cred entirely.
And I'm thinking he probably will.
And the reason I say it is that a government plane -- the same plane that
is called "Air Force One" when it's carrying a president -- is
standing by to whisk Barry and Michele off to Southern California tomorrow
afternoon at 2:45, immediately after DTDuck's swearing in. Yes, having
just returned from a couple weeks in Hawi'i on the taxpayers' dime, the
Obama's are off on yet another paid vacation. LA
It sounds to me like he plans to make one
last controversial pardon and then get out of town as quickly as possible
to avoid the fallout. I thought it would be Manning, but she's
already got her commutation. Hilton? Good question. A better one is:
Can the president exonerate someone who has never been indicted?
Gerald Ford did and turned himself into one of the biggest dicks of a
president in a history crowded with dick presidents. Will Barry do the
into this post? Go for it . . . on