Wednesday, March 1, 2017


I've been a STRATFOR subscriber for some time now. It occasionally has some meaningful insights into the details beyond the microtomed veneers of the rest of the world provided by the BBC, CNN, FOX, etc. It also has gone visibly downhill in terms of accuracy and is now deliberately masking the details that it used to be known for. Case in point:  Make America … Swedish?
Immediately beneath the mischievous title is:
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The authors of this piece of trash purport that Islam is a religion of peace and there is no increase in crime when the children of uneducated, unemployable, impoverished muslims party in the cities of Sweden or anywhere else in the wide world. We know this is so because all of the progressives and feminists and lgbtq leaders keep telling us that islam is a religion of peace and what is happening everywhere in the world is simply a failure of the civilized world to accept the uncivil among us as equals and peers. Here is what noted Progressive liberal Bernie Sanders had to say:
In the first Democratic debate of last year's presidential race, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders declared from the podium that, "[W]e should look to countries like Denmark, like Sweden and Norway, and learn from what they have accomplished for their working people."
I think it's worth noting that he is talking about the "working people." Well, that's a trip. The workers have cars unless, as happens every single night in islamic neighborhoods and towns, they are set on fire by rampaging "youths." Only 52% of Sweden's muslim migrants have found employment in the years since their arrival. The rest have plenty of time and money to freeload on the working class just the way Bernie Sanders and the socialist elites seem to want.

It is hard to get to the truth in Europe these days, as it always has been. Their news and government officials and police literally lie about everything. They obfuscate, conceal and cover up horrible crimes like the rape gangs that preyed on English girls in places like Rotherham, south Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, member of the EU. You'd have to be a stupid child to think it didn't happen in just about every town in the United Kingdom. The same sort of blow by blow reporting and in depth investigation didn't happen in Germany at the New Years Eve assaults. Nobody was told the scale of the attacks until months later. One mayor famously told the women of Germany to stay inside, cover up, travel in groups. You know, like .... Well, let's just say that there are roughly a billion people who live in places that don't even pretend to have the thinnest veneer of civilization.

It should be relatively straightforward to get some real numbers in places that have computerized police reporting and take racial data as if it was the only way to get to heaven unless it tells a tale that progressives don't want anybody to linger over and consider. That's kind of how we got Bernie up there saying how great it would be to be almost as progressive as Connecticut or Chicago.

President Trump did well this night with his State of the Union. I only counted 25 "I"s but most of them were understandably necessary and purposeful and not the vain inglorious boasting of his predecessor. The Party of Passion and Liberalism was somewhat muted. That could have been due to me turning the sound off after President Trump concluded and left Congress. After all, who really wants to hear Gigot and Shields and the rest of the People's Party spokes being blather on about their inside the beltway impression of the speech? Not me.

It's a great pity about STRATFOR though. It looks like they are following in the wake of the Washington Post which acheived a new low by hiring Jon Podesta as a columnist to give us his insights into the workings of the Trump administration. I reckon if I want any Podesta insights I'll just read his hacked emails like the Russians and the rest of the world. I'm just surprised the Post hasn't hired that idiot Debbie Wasserman Schultz. She'd be a hoot as a columnist for the Post. If she isn't literally dripping revenge slime from every pore, I miss my guess.

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