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US Election

  • South Dakota Governor Speaks to CPAC


    Governor Kristi Noem of South Dakota reviews South Dakota's reaction to the Covid emergency:

    "Covid didn't crush the economy - Government crushed the economy"

    "South Dakota is the only state in America that never ordered a single business or church to close, we never instituted a shelter-in-place order, we never mandated that people wear a mask, we never even defined what an "essential business" is because I don't believe that the governors have the authority to tell you that your business isn't essential"

    "In South Dakota I provided all of the information that we had to our people, and then I trusted them to make the best decisions for themselves, for their families, and in turn their communities"

    "Dr Fauci told me that on my worst day I would have 10,000 patients in my hospitals - on our worst day, we had a little over 600"

    The Psychology of Bad Politicians


    This is a must-view for those of us who realise that politicians are not representing our interests, and would  like to understand why it is that such politicians appear fickle, incompetent, even venal (and I hasten to add that not all politicians fit this alarming profile, just that too many do).

    I am not suggesting that this video has all the answers.

    Firstly it is US-centric, which is actually useful in so far as we perhaps don't already have such an emotional reaction to US as we do to UK politics, so we may be better positioned to adopt an impartial viewpoint.

    Secondly it is firmly grounded in what I will call the mistakes of US politics - although UK, European, Indian, Chinese etc politics do have their differences, human beings are common to them all, so there is also a great deal of commonality across the nations, since politics could be described as essentially the art of government at all its different levels.


  • James Corbett on the Trump-Biden Conundrum


    James Corbett of the Corbett Report delivers a very well-constructed review of the Trump presidency and how it fits within the American (global?) "democratic" system.

    What was the point of Trump? Was he the man to fix the system and "drain the swamp", or was he the necessary distraction that enabled those behind the scenes to take the world into the next phase of their plan for our dystopian future?

    James brings a welcome forensic analysis of past pronouncements and events that gives real pause for thought, building a convincing case that Trump was not the man that many hoped (and prayed) he would be:


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    As of today, it's hard to disagree

  • US Supreme Court Dismisses Presidential Election Lawsuits


    The US Supreme Court yesterday dismissed cases that it had previously declined to expedite, concerning challenges to the validity of the contentious presidential election processes followed by the various swing states.

    The Court simply declined to hear the cases, no reasons were given. However, the decisions were not unanimous.

    The Epoch Times has the details.

  • US states taking steps to nullify ALL of Joe Biden’s unconstitutional laws and executive orders


    It seems that North Dakota is following in the footsteps of South Dakota in seeking to ensure that no Federal laws or Executive Orders that they deem to conflict with the US Constitution will be respected.

    Whilst legally arguably superfluous, this will make it much easier for such unconstitutional measures to be disregarded since such action would be much less likely to result in a lawsuit.

    Natural News has the story.

    Once more we can see the strength of the decentralised American model where the powers of the federal centre are strictly limited by the constitution, thus ensuring that each state retains autonomy in its own affairs.

    I can't help but wonder if there is a lesson (or several) for the future of the UK in there somewhere?

  • Summary of US Election Shenanigans


    The US elections proved problematic to say the least.

    Trump election rallies were packed out, drawing many thousands (even mid-pandemic) whilst Biden rallies were lucky to number in the hundreds; yet we are asked to believe that Biden squeaked in at the last minute with a late 3am surge of votes in the swing states.

    It isn't within my gift to untangle all the ins and outs of the matter, but those who are interested may find this summary useful.

    However, I hesitate to say that this is authoritative because there are significant problems:

    a) it is undated (but probably December 2020)

    b) it is not attributed to a specific source

    c) it cites no references


  • Time Tells It Like It Was


    The November 2020 Presidential Election - from the perspective of the Big Corporates.

    " ... the result of an informal alliance between left-wing activists and business titans"

    "... the forces of labor came together with the forces of capital to keep the peace and oppose Trump’s assault on democracy"

    "The handshake between business and labor was just one component ..."

    "There was a conspiracy unfolding behind the scenes, one that both curtailed the protests and coordinated the resistance from CEOs"

    "The scenario the shadow campaigners were desperate to stop was not a Trump victory. It was an election so calamitous that no result could be discerned at all, a failure of the central act of democratic self-governance that has been a hallmark of America since its founding"

  • Whither Christians Post Trump?


    Do religion and politics mix?

    The Americans are famous for their religious fervour, and the Founding Fathers based their Declaration of Independence upon their religious outlook. Protestant Christianity and politics have been intertwined at root in America from the beginning.

    In the UK the Christian faith has been espoused  by our monarchs for centuries (even if not fully and faithfully implemented - leaders throughout history have never been slow to co-opt religion for their own purposes).

    As a result, we the English have historically tempered our overt Christian expression to fit pragmatically with the prevailing religious fervour favoured by our monarchs, and for good reason - the battle between protestants and Catholics for supremacy of thoughtsaw too many people burned for their

  • All the World's a Stage - and All the Men and Women Merely Players ...


    Making sense of the departure of Donald Trump and the "inauguration" of Joe Biden presents a difficulty, whatever viewpoint you take of American, indeed world, politics.

    Maybe we should take a step back, and review what has actually happened:


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    The best is yet to come - if we can realise that it's about life, not the stale political parties and the bogeymen created by the political propagandists who masquerade as news media that it has now become very clear do not work for us.

    Can we take this opportunity?

  • Treasure Trove of Evidence Exposes & Confirms Massive Voter Fraud


    This won't be for everybody, but this post from My Patriot Network provides links to a great deal of evidence about the frauds that allegedly took place in the US presidential election.

    Sidney Powell's evidence,

    Rudy Giuliani's videos,

    Peter Navarro's reports,

    And (inevitably!) "more"!

    Read the post.

  • The Third Option, End of the Corporation, Power Restored to the People


    The third option (not to be confused with Tony Blair's "third way"!).

    Roll back from the "Municipal United States" and the "Territorial United States" (foreign Federal Subcontractors) and deal with the people of America.

    "The details of their service contracts are published as The Constitution of the United States and The Constitution of the United States of America. And both these foreign Federal Subcontractors are ultimately owned and operated by the Pope"

    "The actual American Government has stirred its stumps and there is no longer any reason for anyone to surmise, claim, or presume that the Municipal United States and its Board of Directors is “representing” us, or that the Territorial Government —-as the Pledge of Allegiance says, is “standing for” us — when our States of the Union are in Session"

  • The President’s Advisory 1776 Commission Report - January 2021


    The 1776 Report.

    The declared purpose of the President’s Advisory 1776 Commission is to

    enable a rising generation to understand the history and principles of the founding of the United States in 1776 and to strive to form a more perfect Union.”

    "Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children
    and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free. - Ronald Reagan"

    This could usefully be read by anybody who wishes to understand the makings of the most powerful nation on earth, and to understand what

  • The Fork in the Road


    I have included"Great Reset" in the tags for this article because the fork in the road that the world now faces will lead to one Great Reset or another.

    Conspiracy theory? There are so many conspiracy theories coming together in 2020-21 that it's now high time to take them seriously - the downside risk is being exposed as far too enormous to blithely ignore.

    This young lady has a long history of researching the links behind the people behind the events, and I have a great deal of respect for her.

    This is her assessment of where current events may be taking America (and by extension, taking us) (20 minutes): 


  • The Highwire - Capitol and Covid


    The inimitable Del Bigtree does a new year round-up of current events, from the 6 Jan "riots" at the Capitol in Washington DC  to the Pfizer - Moderna - Astra-Zenica vaccine roll-out.

    He shouts too much for my taste - but he is American so I'm happy to make allowances :)

    This is a two hour video and covers a lot of ground - if you just want to cover an individual section you can pick and choose here from the right-hand column.


  • So What Happened on Jan 6th?


    Since the events of 6 Jan we have been treated by our MSM to daily double-page spreads condemning Trump and excoriating "the mob" which "attacked" the Capitol in Washington DC.

    No matter that the overwhelming majority of that dreadful "mob" were perfectly peaceful and well-behaved (i watched a very long video live-stream shot from just outside the doors of the Capitol) who voted for Trump in the election overwhelmingly (if you believe that the election was stolen) or in a 50-50 split (if you believe the official vote numbers).

    So the MSM evidently now hold in contempt at least 50% of the voters or perhaps nearer 75%.

    So where is the evidence that this "mob" "stormed" the Capitol? Did defenders die heroically? No, one "air force veteran" (from the "mob") was reportedly shot and died, but i have not seen reports of defenders being injured (11 Jan - correction - one police officer

  • Trump Promises an Orderly Transition to the Next Administration


    After the extraordinary scenes in Washington DC yesterday, the Epoch Times reports the president's commitment to an orderly transition.

    Read carefully.

  • You can't Tell the People - They have to See it Themselves


    January 2021 is the month that will wake the world.

    This is the introduction - the "conspiracy theory" version - note the title: "to save the world", not "to save the USA". This affects us all:


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    Today, Jan 5th 2021, we are no longer in "conspiracy theory" territory.

    This is the longer, bang up-to-date presentation - it's time for the gloves to come off, and high time to pay attention:

  • We Must not Speak of Parties, but of Universal Principles


    Lyndon LaRouche was an American senator who proposed the greatest secret:

    "What is the secret of the greatest achievements of the West? They come from one thing: the emphasis that individual man is in the image of God. And the image is the image of creativity"

    LaRouchePAC is the group that promotes the teachings of Senator LaRouche today. As in his time, monetary reform is again high on the international agenda, and now as then there are different forces pulling in different directions, from different motivations.

    We can see the same notion challenged on multiple fronts today - all of those challenges based upon encouraging the individual to identify with a group (black, white, male, female, conservative, socialist etc etc), groups which can then be set against each other, thus diverting the individual to fight fruitless and dishonest causes rather

  • The Calm Quiet Spirit of Godly America


    Who could fail to be moved by this Pastor?

    Do those who would defraud America's soul realise what they are up against?


    Like / Dislike this video here.

  • A Whirlwind History of America and the World since Lincoln


    I was always close to the bottom of the class in history whilst at school (and since I left school for that matter), so I find this historical discourse covers a great deal of ground that for me puts much of the last two hundred years of history into a meaningful perspective.

    Not only that, it brings perspective to both the geopolitical options and the nationalist/globalist dichotomy that the worldfaces in the present day - highly recommended.

    "As it is a truth of humanity that the upright and well-intentioned are comparatively passive, while the designing dishonest and selfish are the most untiring in their efforts, the danger of public opinion's getting a false direction is four-fold, since few men think for themselves"

    Some may think that this sentiment holds precisely true in today's world