Trump’s Triumph: Billionaire Blowhard Exposes Fake Political System

BAIER: Mr. Trump, it’s not just your past support for single-payer health care. You’ve also supported a host of other liberal policies….You’ve also donated to several Democratic candidates, Hillary Clinton included, and Nancy Pelosi. You explained away those donations saying you did that to get business-related favors. And you said recently, quote, “When you give, they do whatever the hell you want them to do.”

TRUMP: You’d better believe it.

BAIER: — they do?

TRUMP: If I ask them, if I need them, you know, most of the people on this stage I’ve given to, just so you understand, a lot of money.

TRUMP: I will tell you that our system is broken. I gave to many people, before this, before two months ago, I was a businessman. I give to everybody. When they call, I give. And do you know what? When I need something from them two years later, three years later, I call them, they are there for me. And that’s a broken system.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: What did you get from Hillary Clinton and Nancy Pelosi?

TRUMP: Well, I’ll tell you what, with Hillary Clinton, I said be at my wedding and she came to my wedding. You know why?

She didn’t have a choice because I gave. I gave to a foundation that, frankly, that foundation is supposed to do good. I didn’t know her money would be used on private jets going all over the world. It was.

International Courts and the Mystery of the Malaysian Airliner

In February 1973, Israel shot down a Libyan civilian airliner and killed more than a hundred passengers. The airliner strayed from its route during a sandstorm and Israeli fighter-interceptors shot it down. Israelis said the flag of Libya looked similar to the flag of Egypt, or the plane could be hijacked by terrorists, for it flew towards Israel … In the end, Israel has been deemed guilty, the state never conceded its guilt but paid for the insurance.

In these two cases, there was no real war, even though it was a tension in the area. But Donbass has had a full-scale war at the time. Anyone of the combatants could bring down the ill-fated aircraft, mistaking it for an enemy – if they had technical means.

The sloppy Ukrainians could do it even in peace time out of sheer recklessness as they downed the Siberia flight from Tel Aviv to Novosibirsk ten years ago. To this very day the Ukrainians haven’t admitted their fault.

Conspiracy theories can be useful – they calm media-induced frenzy. But I would not take them seriously. At war, the qui prodest rule is not working. People and planes can be destroyed just by chance. Israel was a beneficiary of the tragedy, as it diverted the world’s attention from the bloody war in Gaza. Kolomoysky, an Israeli citizen, fiery Zionist, a tycoon and the ruler of Dnepropetrovsk, a man capable of anything, was a man partly responsible for the crash, as his dispatchers ordered the liner to lower its altitude, and the captain Vladislav Voloshin was under his command. But this does not mean that Zionists downed the plane.

I am certain the Russians weren’t knowingly involved, for they opened all their secret communications for the investigators to see. If they were involved, the Americans would see it via their satellites, and they would spread the word right away. But the US keeps mum; they did not present their data. Nor did the Kiev regime: they sit on the recordings of the dispatchers with the plane. Will they publish their records? I wonder.

54 Replies to “08.10.15”

  1. they hate Trump because he’s honest and is rich enough to run for president without culling favors. i doubt his honesty will get him elected. if he does get elected anyhow, i suspect the same sort of payback the PTB gave to the Kennedys, another rich crowd that could afford to be semi-independent, unitl they crossed some invisble line.

    we rail about mexico’s corruption, but this country is the most corrupt of them all.

  2. what a croc that pro-israel downed malaysian airliner article is. the reason the usa is uncharacteristically silent on that one is they were complicit in the mass murder. the russians know this, and so do the israelis. a pure propaganda piece, JR. nice find.

  3. it must be satisfying in a way for Jim Kunstler to have finished the forth and last installment of his WMBH novels that should make it into print just in time before the societal collapse he’s been writing about now for about 15+ years, give or take a few months.

  4. yes, celente, kunstler, lysak, taleb, doom, rico, et al, …all predict a stock market crash. anybody who doesn’t predict a stock market crash is fucking retarded. the only question is, when?

  5. well, the dinosaurs were very successful, as messured by longevity and niche occupation. the scientific evidence indicates they were wiped off the face of the planet by global warming from excess CO2 from Deccan flood basalt volcanism (from a mantle plume that erupted on the surface). it took a few thousand years, but the climate got so hostile that mass extinctions were the norm for awhile, on land and at sea. unless you were a clam or a deep-dwelling natilus, perhaps a large seawater croc used to feast/famine cycles, you were in trouble.

    humans have inadvertently invented their own mantle plume killer by extracting and burning fossil fuels. again, the scientific evidence indicates major disruptions of the normal ocean-earth balance. it appears we will take most extant species with us, except those mentioned above plus a few odds and ends survivors. we will get the record for speed of extinction. then, the earth will begin a new age and life cycle.

    eventually, the fossil fuels and mineral ores will get restored. the earth will heal itself, and there will be little to no evidence that we humans and our civilizations were once here. perhaps some odd metallic contraptions left scattered on the moon and mars for the next odd-ball species to ponder.

  6. looks like they have high ground in the vicinity. they’ll just have to commute further to the seals, etc.


    out here, a friend living in waikiki recently posted a picture of a very full ala wai canal on his facebook page. i pointed out that the canal was very full and he’d better invest in a canoe if he expected to live in his condo there much longer. he thought i was kidding. as an old timer, i can attest to only seeing the canal that full after heavy rains, which we haven’t had. we were looking at seawater.

  7. “then, the earth will begin a new age and life cycle.”

    that’s why i always say that the best thing that humans could possibly do, even better than going extinct, is to invent some kinda fusion energy bullshit, boil off the atmosphere, and turn the earth into a nice sterile rock, spinning around in nothing, like the rest of the shit out there. something like that…

  8. maybe you’ll get your wish when deluze turns on his fusion reactor. what a paradox (like jevons, i guess) that bringing on moron primary energy to humans will just incinerate the planet.

    come to think of it, you’re probably right.

  9. link courtesy of FE on OFW:


    “The speech Tacitus attributes to Calgacus climaxes in an insight any entity, whether sovereign state or disaffected terrorist cell, ignores at its peril: Apprehension and terror are weak bonds of affection; once break them, and, where fear ends, hatred will begin. The choice to embrace terrorist acts as an instrument of rule has always been costly. Terror inevitably engenders more terror — and hatred. Not even the might of Rome could protect the republic or the empire from paying that price. Whenever Romans indulged in state-sponsored terrorism, subjugated people responded in kind.”

  10. well i hope scaring that poor baby monkey was worth it. i’d want to run to mommy if that thing appeared at my door, too.

    reminds me of that incident where the GF of that ape pet owner stupidly decided to surprize/scare the ape by showing up at their door with a make-over and new doo. the ape was scared of this “new person” invading their home, then angered and proceeded to tear her face off before the owner could get help. of course, they punished the ape for acting naturally. stupid humans.

  11. you’re exposing a secret of the germanic people that has led them into starting two world wars and losing both of them: they’re basically a bunch of morons.

  12. fuckin’ krauts have the best cars and the best porn…even bettern’ the japs…and that’s sayin’ somethin’…i guess.

  13. i think the italians have the best high-end cars, lambos and ferraris. that might leave the krauts with only the best porn as their centerpiece of excellence.

  14. so, on the plus side, those women are kind of attractive and everybody walks around with a stick all day, to hit the cows with, i guess.

    on the negative side…everything else.

  15. Hey Bif!

    pearls of wisdom from B9K9 over at OFW blog:

    B9K9 says:
    August 13, 2015 at 1:09 pm

    John, you’re personalizing this; lying and cheating are false concepts. The PTB have no obligation to you – they are (and have been) simply out-competing everyone.

    I’ll say this to the group in a general sense: if you view the vanity fair as anything other than Kruger, albeit the animals are wearing clothing, then you are at a distinct disadvantage. This disadvantage manifests itself most directly in the measure of capital available in which to distance oneself from the fight.

    I understand the perspective looking up from the Coliseum floor is not nearly as pleasant as sitting in a seat under the shade, but you have no one else to blame other than yourself for being there. You were born with a brain, so use it to figure out how to be eating grapes instead of fighting lions.

  16. when you deploy instruments remotely in bear country, you have to place them in bear-resistant cages. note that i said bear-resistant, not bear-proof.

  17. so we were staying in Port Moresby, PNG a few years back (like, 15). we stayed inside a fenced-in perimeter in a hotel with armed security guards. even during the day, we were advised to not leave the hotel grounds without an escort. so i asked my friend, “what’s with all the fear?” youth gangs from the countryside now down-and-out in the city. “they have those all over, what’s so special about these?” my friend grimances, “they’re determined”.

  18. “The vast majority has no conception of the extent to which our modernity is an artifact of our discovery and pervasive exploitation of fossil fuels as an energy source. No species in history has had easy, long term access to a comparable energy source. This unprecedented circumstance has facilitated the creation of turbo-charged civilization.”—Nicole Foss

    more here: http://www.theautomaticearth.com/2015/08/the-boundaries-and-future-of-solution-space-part-1/

  19. yeah, i can save her about 20,000 words. here ya go: there’s a whole lotta fucked monkeys out there. something like that.

  20. yeah, new guinea? i’l take my chances where i’m at. it all ends the same anyway…suffer and die, oh yeah.

  21. we wanted to sample Sakurajima volcano back in 1993 and were told by the japanese volcano experts that it was way too dangerous to sample near the summit, erupting ash clouds continuously while we were there.

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