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Wisdom Muses The Youth Away From MSM’s Grave

MSM is losing the information war as ‘Generation Z’ awakens to the New World Order

The Red Pill Expo held in Bozeman, MT provided an interface between long-serving pioneers and vernal newcomers to the freedom movement.

Centered around the ‘Red Pill’ cultural symbol of ‘waking up’, both older and newer generations mingled over solutions to long standing problems of social unrest and the loss of personal freedoms.

Infowars reporter Millie Weaver interviewed seasoned speakers and youthful attendees demonstrating that the mainstream media has lost its supremacy over the dissemination of information.

#FakeNews CNN Blames Existing Hot Deserts on “Climate Change”

June 22, 2017 Leave a comment

Historic geography of American Southwest now blamed on “global warming”


CNN is blaming America’s Mojave and Sonoran Deserts – which have existed for thousands of years – on “global warming.”

Despite the Mojave’s Death Valley experiencing a record temperature of 134 °F in 1913, the network claimed the American Southwest’s current “record-breaking heatwave,” “raging wildfires” and “power outages” were due to “man-made climate change.”

At least two of those can be largely blamed on California’s byzantine state government, however.

“If you’re stranded in Phoenix right now, or worried about an elderly acquaintance in California, or are without power in the Bay Area, or nervous about a wildfire taking your home, you can thank the long list of politicians who do the bidding of polluting corporations instead of their constituents and protect profit over the environment,” CNN’s Jill Filipovic wrote. “You can thank the President who tore up the Paris climate agreement.”

But most of those are local or state-level issues that have existed before the establishment started fueling the whole “man-made climate change” narrative, and all of those areas – including Phoenix – are Democratically-run.

Remember the 2000 California electricity crisis that was largely blamed on collusion between energy companies and state politicians “gaming the system?”  The scandal would likely have never been exposed if the “climate change” rhetoric was as loud then as it is today.

And that’s a good point: politicians use “global warming” as the boogeyman to hide their power grabs.

Furthermore, did Trump’s rejection of the Paris climate accord magically heat up the globe immediately with the stroke of his pen?

Of course not, and in fact, if it was intended to actually stop “global warming,” the accord wouldn’t have exempted India and China, two rapidly growing economic superpowers, from major regulations.

The Paris climate accord was designed to weaken the US economy and make Americans dependent on global government, like vassals of a distant empire.

If multinational banks are to control America, they can’t let her remain economically independent.

Additionally, a wrath of wildfires in California blamed on “global warming” was found to be arson.

“Many of the problems facing California are self-inflicted from decades of fire suppression, a naturally occurring drought, and mismanagement of water resources,” Climate Depot’s Marc Moreno pointed out. “While some have tried to blame global warming, studies keep disproving their alarmist rhetoric.”

MSNBC Analyst Who Called For ISIS To Bomb Trump Tower Blames Guns For Alexandria Shooting

June 16, 2017 Leave a comment

“It is to be expected to a certain extent.”

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MSNBC counter-terrorism analyst Malcolm Nance, who called for ISIS to bomb Trump Tower Istanbul earlier this year, said Wednesday on MSNBC the shooting of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise is “what happens when you have an over proliferation of guns.”

“The most important thing we need to understand from this is this is what happens when you have an over proliferation of guns,” Nance told Brian Williams, “and it is to be expected to a certain extent.”

In April, Nance recommended ISIS carry out a “suicide bombing” on Trump Tower Istanbul.

“This is my nominee for the first ISIS suicide bombing of a Trump property,” he wrote, retweeting a picture of Trump Tower Istanbul.

Nance later deleted the tweet, he never issued an apology nor provided any explanation for his comment.

Nance also said last year that Trump was “the ISIS candidate” because he “inflames” Muslims by criticizing them.

The shooter in Alexandria was identified as 66-year-old James T. Hodgkinson, a fervent Bernie Sanders supporter and campaign volunteer who appears to have been radicalized by the hate-filled mainstream media.

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich said Wednesday on Fox News he believes the shooting was “part of a pattern” reflecting the “increasing intensity of hostility on the left.”

Political Violence: GOP Blamed for Media Lies That Kill

May 29, 2017 1 comment

It’s hard to know if it’s more delusion or deception, but the media are again blaming President Trump for violence, this time after a Republican congressional candidate got physical with a reporter. Of course, the media’s accusation is much like Planned Parenthood or the MS-13 gang blaming George Zimmerman for our nation’s diminishing respect for life.

Fake-news outlet the Washington Post is a case in point, currently running an article titled “The GOP inherits what Trump has wrought.” The paper opines, “The angry forces that propelled President Trump’s rise are beginning to frame and define the rest of the Republican Party.”

“When GOP House candidate Greg Gianforte assaulted a reporter who had attempted to ask him a question Wednesday night in Montana,” the Post continues, “many saw not an isolated outburst by an individual, but the obvious, violent result of Trump’s charge that journalists are ‘the enemy of the people.’ Nonetheless, Gianforte won Thursday’s special election to fill a safe Republican seat.”

Yes, “many saw” because many see what they want to see. Of course, it’s no surprise that the media have glommed onto the Gianforte incident; not only does it serve their ends, but it’s a man-bites-dog story. The media’s selective memory is striking, however.

While conservative violence is relatively rare, the only people as bad as the violent liberals making headlines the past year have been those who didn’t make headlines (because they weren’t covered). And the kicker is that the media have stoked much of this violence.

It’s possible the two Post writers, Karen Tumulty and Robert Costa, didn’t hear about it (fake-news people associate with other fake-news people), but anti-jihadism crusader Robert Spencer was poisoned by an Icelandic leftist earlier this month. He survived and blames the attack on media propaganda, which has relentlessly portrayed him as a “racist” while omitting mention of what he actually believes.

Then there was Democrat House candidate Mark Wicklund, who was arrested last year for drunk driving and assaulting a police officer (perhaps he should have followed Trump’s lead — Trump is a teetotaler). The media, drunk on leftism, also chose not to give this story the ink they’ve devoted to the Gianforte incident.

Of course, Gianforte’s dust-up with the reporter appears to have been mischaracterized, has been apologized for, and was unplanned. Yet the same cannot be said of the 2016 Democrat scheme to incite violence at Trump rallies. Democrat operative Scott Foval explained the methods — on hidden camera — in the video below. In an operation allegedly approved by Hillary Clinton, Foval admits that they even paid mentally ill people to instigate trouble and proclaimed, “We’re starting anarchy here.”

Warning: This video contains obscene language.

Speaking of anarchy brings us to Congresswoman Maxine Waters, now a Democrat standard bearer dubbed “Auntie Maxine.” She called the 1992 Los Angeles riots, which cost 58 lives and took place in her city, a “rebellion” and “somewhat understandable, if not acceptable”; she also refused to denounce the savage attack on Reginald Denny, a man rioters beat to within an inch of his life only because of the color of his skin (white). Below is a video of commentator Tucker Carlson exposing Waters’ history of bigotry.

Then there’s Yvette Felarca, a California middle-school teacher and leader of the left-wing group By Any Means Necessary. She has taken credit for “shutting down” (her euphemism for violent action) social commentator Milo Yiannopoulos, referring to how violent protesters — who broke windows, threw rocks, hurled incendiary devices at police and set fires — prevented him from giving a Feb. 1 UC Berkeley speech. In the Feb. 13 Tucker Carlson Tonight video below, she’s shown attacking an apparently peaceful protester in the street, as she labels Yiannopoulos and others “fascists.”

Note that in what’s becoming a pattern, other conservative figures, such as Ann Coulter and social scientist Charles Murray, have also been prevented from speaking on college campuses by violent protesters.

Again courtesy of Carlson, we’re introduced to attorney Kevin Zeese, co-director of leftist group Popular Resistance. Carlson said during a recent interview, and Zeese did not disagree, that the organization has the goal of “making this country ‘ungovernable until President Trump leaves office.’”

Popular Resistance has associated itself with the violent Occupy Wall Street movement, even once calling itself “Occupy Washington, DC.” Note also that its name is reminiscent of the “Popular Front,” the left-wing group that controlled Spain for much of the 1930s and which helped spark the Spanish Civil War.

In the video below, Zeese would not denounce the recent left-wing violence; in typical “ends justify the means” style, all he would say is that he didn’t know if it was “effective.”

Then, breaking new ground in political depravity, Democrat politicians have actually been leading vulgar chants such as “F*** Donald Trump!” No less a personage than Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez now casually uses profanity in his stump speeches, and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand  (D-N.Y.) followed suit in a recent magazine profile.

This makes the 2006 film Idiocracy sadly prophetic (and it took only a decade), as it portrays a dumbed-down, dystopian American future in which intellectually degraded politicians use profanity reflexively. And how low we’ve sunk. Note that in a 1776 general order, George Washington inveighed against profanity, calling it a “foolish, and wicked practice” and “a vice so mean and low, without any temptation, that every man of sense, and character, detests and despises it.”

One man without sense and character, apparently, is outgoing California Democratic Party Chairman John Burton. In the below video he is shown leading a “F*** Donald Trump!” chant, at California’s Democratic Party convention in Sacramento, as he and most of the attendees hold up two middle fingers (House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi [D-Calif.] is present, seen on the far right). Ironically, “Sacramento” means the “Sacraments”; perhaps cursing is now a new liberal one.

Warning: This video includes obscene language and gestures.

What’s so tragic about this behavior is that — just as Bill Clinton’s sexual improprieties helped define deviancy downwards — it coarsens society. Did these leftists, who sometimes sell proposals as being “for the children,” think at all of the example they’re setting for them?

But violent rhetoric and action have always characterized the Left. In 2012, certain liberals wanted to kill a cute six-year-old boy who expressed anti-Obama sentiments in a video. In 2013, such miscreants expressed support for Christopher Dorner, who murdered innocent people in leftism’s name. Town Hall presented 15 more cases of violent leftist rhetoric here, a prime example being, “‘F*** God D****d Joe the God D****d Motherf*****]g plumber! I want Motherf*****]g Joe the plumber dead.’ — Liberal talk show host Charles Karel Bouley on the air.”

It should now be apparent how comical it is to portray the Gianforte incident as a new American political low inspired by President Trump’s behavior. As for the media, they doth protest too much. They’ve instigated much of the violence by suppressing the truth, spreading lies (e.g., Black Lives Matter propaganda) and fomenting unrest. They’re clearly upset about being called out, but richly deserve the contempt in which Trump and millions of Americans hold them.

They and the rest of the Left also should know that if they want serious conflict, they should stay their evil course. For civil war can be the ultimate result of a breakdown of — and the breaking down of — civility.


Photo of fire set during Berkeley protests: AP Images

The Final Nail in the Mainstream TV News Coffin: Fox News Ratings Plummet to 17 Year Low

May 26, 2017 1 comment

The only news channel, at least in the US, that still commands solid ratings is Fox News

The Final Nail in the Mainstream TV News Coffin: Fox News Ratings Plummet to 17 Year Low

The mainstream media has been fighting a losing battle against independent news outlets (AKA fake news) ever since the internet took hold in our society. Countless newspapers have filed for bankruptcy, and news channels have faced dwindling ratings.

The only news channel, at least in the US, that still commands solid ratings is Fox News. Unfortunately for Fox, the average age of their viewers is 68, which isn’t exactly a profitable age group for advertisers. And more importantly, that statistic suggests that the company’s viewership is literally dying out.

Still, Fox has been wiping the floor with every other news channel for years. Just a few months ago their ratings were better than CNN and MSNBC combined. Fox is without a doubt, the last bastion of successful mainstream news.

That’s not the case anymore. For the first time in 17 years, Fox’s ratings among a key demographic, fell behind both CNN and MSNBC.

For the week of May 15-19, Fox News averaged just 497,000 viewers in the advertiser-coveted key demo of adults 25-54 during primetime hours, compared to CNN’s 589,00 and MSNBC’s 611,000, according to the Hollywood Reporter, which cited data from ratings tracker Nielsen…

…Flagship shows such as CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360 and MSNBC’s The Rachel Maddow Show performed particularly well, while Fox has seemingly struggled with the loss of Bill O’Reilly’s The O’Reilly Factor, which had consistently led all cable news programs in the ratings for the better part of two decades. O’Reilly departed the network last month following a report that he had allegedly settled multiple claims of sexual harassment with high-dollar payouts.

If a juggernaut like Fox News is struggling, then you know the mainstream media is near death. It may not look like it, since CNN and MSNBC are making up for it with stronger ratings. However, those ratings are only being fueled by people who hate Trump. That’s not a very good business model because he’s not going to be around forever.

And in any case, the ratings for these channels are pretty intermittent. Liberals are tuning in when they think Trump is going to be impeached, and then dropping out when nothing comes of his controversies. So what little success these channels have now, doesn’t have any staying power.

The bottom line is this: The only mainstream news channel that was consistently successful has been knocked down, and it probably won’t be the last time this happens. Fox is now reaching the same popularity levels as CNN and MSNBC, which have been a ratings joke for years. These channels are now in a battle for survival, as they compete for dwindling ratings that are routinely dwarfed by internet cat videos. The establishment mouthpieces are officially on death’s door, and it’s only a matter of time before they become completely irrelevant.

Harvard Study: Mainstream Media Is 93 Percent Biased Against Trump

Harvard study reveals 93 percent of media is biased against President Trump

A major Harvard University study has revealed that the mainstream media in the United States is overwhelmingly biased against President Donald Trump.

Researchers at the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy looked at news coverage from TV and print outlets during Trump’s first 100 days in office reports: They found that the tone of some outlets was negative in as many as 98% of reports, significantly more hostile than the first 100 days of the three previous administrations:

The academics based their study on seven US outlets and three European ones.

In America they analyzed CNN, NBC, CBS, Fox News, the New York Times, the Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal.

They also took into account the BBC, the UK’s Financial Times and the German public broadcaster ARD.

Every outlet was negative more often than positive.

Only Fox News, which features some of Trump’s most enthusiastic supporters and is often given special access to the President, even came close to positivity.

Fox was ranked 52% negative and 48% positive.

The study also divided news items across topics. On immigration, healthcare, and Russia, more than 85% of reports were negative.

On the economy, the proportion was more balanced – 54% negative to 46% positive:

The study highlighted one exception: Trump got overwhelmingly positive coverage for launching a cruise missile attack on Syria.

Around 80% of all reports were positive about that.

The picture was very different for other recent administrations. The study found that President Obama’s first 100 days got a good write-up overall – with 59% of reports positive.

Bill Clinton and George W Bush got overall negative coverage, it found, but to a much lesser extent than Trump. Clinton’s first 100 days got 40% positivity, while Bush’s got 43%:

Trump has repeatedly claimed that his treatment by the media is unprecedented in its hostility.

This study suggests that, at least when it comes to recent history, he’s right.

Mainstream Media Propaganda, from Khalidi Tape to ‘Nut Job’

Friday’s supposed “bombshell” stories follow the same pattern

Mainstream Media Propaganda, from Khalidi Tape to 'Nut Job'

The common element in nearly all the major New York Times and Washington Poststories about President Donald Trump this week is that they are based on source documents the outlets cannot authenticate, do not possess, admit are partial, and refuse to share.

Friday’s supposed “bombshell” stories follow the same pattern. The Times reports that Trump told the visiting Russians that former FBI director James Comey was a “nut job,” and that firing him had eased “pressure” in his ability to conduct foreign policy — though the Times takes Trump to mean the legal pressure of the investigation. (That spin makes no sense: firing Comey created more pressure, which was so obvious the Russians joked about it.)

The Times describes its source as “a document summarizing the meeting” that was “circulated” (it does not say by whom). The Times does not have the document. An “American official” simply “read quotations” to the Times.

The Post‘s story, which reports that the probe into potential ties between Russia and the Trump campaign has reached “someone close to the president,” cites “people familiar with the matter.” That does not prove the story is untrue, but the sources are so flimsy that there is no way to have confidence in what the Post calls its “revelation.”

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