News Digest: August 1 – 3, 2022

  • Georgia Secretary of State's Office Admits To 2020 Election Recount "Errors"

    The most important point is that the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office cannot support the results of Fulton County’s hand recount of their 2020 election results:

    “As part of the allegations that you made, our investigators looked at the alleged violations and found that Fulton did make mistakes in their audit counting/reporting. Those are what have been referred to the AG’s office.”

    The second point is that the Georgia Secretary of State did not check or supervise or verify the results of hand recounts from Georgia counties.

    In other words, the Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is not doing his job. It took independent investigators and concerned citizens to uncover the bad practices in Fulton County.

  • Twitter Censors Pfizer-Injured Israeli COVID Vaccine Director

    Last week, Twitter censored Prof. Shapira—who was “physically injured” after his third Pfizer vaccine—and forced him to remove a post which said: “Monkey pox cases were rare for years. During the last years a single case was documented in Israel. It is well established the mRNA vaccines affect the natural immune system. A monkey pox outbreak following massive covid vaccination: *Is not a coincidence.”

  • Los Angeles Ends Citizenship Requirement for Government Jobs

    Freaking unbelievable.

    People in the United States illegally can now work for Los Angeles County with no requirement to provide proof of citizenship.

    Last week, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to allow non-citizens to work in government positions provided the position does not conflict with state or federal law.

  • where we stand depends upon who has the guns

    The essence of Lenin’s speeches during this period was “They have the guns and therefore we are for peace and for reformation through the ballot.

    When we have the guns then it will be through the bullet.”

    And it was.

    -Saul Alinsky “rules for radicals”

    Marxism 101

    this has been marxism 101 since it first became praxis.

    get the guns, use them to rule.

    Changing the Military

    this is a classic marxist playbook move. you start from the top and replace the generals with political hacks, but this is insufficient. the goal is to shape the military to serve your politics and if the rank and file do not believe, they will not turn upon their own. so you get them learning to fight about pronouns instead of learning to win battles on the field. because, in the end, you want a different kind of soldier. you want a soldier who sees a different kind of enemy.

    Is the Military our Friend?

    it has long been an article of faith the the US military would never turn upon “we the people” but this is historically false. it’s one of the first things it did. over taxes. read up on the whiskey rebellion some time.

    and this has been longstanding marxist practice. there is a point beyond which the societal and economic devastation of high levels of top down control over production and societal organization become too vast to hide. there is a time when the societal immune system kicks in.

    and at that point one of two things happens:

    either society throws the authoritarians out or the authoritarians attack and compel through that bullet that which the ballot could not gain them.

    It’s Pretty Obvious

    make no mistake: the obvious dichotomy here is no accident. it’s a means to express power and engender fear.

    resist us and be punished severely for small matters. serve us and you may act with impunity. grab yourself a TV for your trouble.

    i mean, do they not teach russian or chinese history in US schools anymore?

    The Time is Now!

    the time to stop this is BEFORE it gets bad and when it can still be managed peacefully (but implacably).

    these are not matters on which functional compromise is possible

    radicalized soldiers and a disarmed populace only ends in one place.

    let’s go the other way.

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