Gunshots of the “American Webolution?”

In 1776, the weapons of the American Revolution included things like muskets.

In the Webolution of 2018, the weapon of choice is headlines.

Of course, if there are gunshots – that move certain headlines of the front page, it might relate to that shooting in Annapolis

A part of the Webolution?  Not directly.  But it did move stories around.  And in the Webolution, that  really matters.

How the Webolution Works

As part and parcel of the ongoing American Webolution, we see certain media  as leading their werbolutionary followers whose main complaint isn’t with a Tea Tax, but with the existence of a Trump presidency, and even core American structures like the Electoral College.  Webolutionaries believe the Electoral stole the 2016 election from their anointed one.

We also see that headlines from the newspaper shooting in Annapolis, Maryland Tuesday, has largely buried the slow-motion showdown between one-each Rod Rosenstein who is sitting on documents which he refuses to turn over to Congress.

According to some reports, the documents Rosenstein is “sitting on” may implicate him along with other officials of the Justice Department in the ongoing botch of Hillary Clinton’s email skate and the apparent planting of spies inside the Trump campaign.

Instead  of this historic showdown, media outfits like the NY Times give front precedence to stories about things like the upcoming Trump-Putin summit, written in such a manner as to support the webolutionaries concern that it is somehow nefarious.  It’s an easy sell to the gullible and it moves papers:  Afeter all, why would two men with their fingers on the buttons of the largest nuclear arsenals in the world meet, if not to collude?

Rationally, it’s much more likely just more hype.  You can see it clear enough in “In Meeting With Putin, Experts Fear Trump Will Give More Than He Gets.”  Experts, eh?  (Not partisans?)

The Webolutionary Forces’ handiwork may be seen elsewhere.  We noted ABC’s story “Special counsel eyeing Russians granted unusual access to Trump inauguration parties” and it didn’t make sense.

What wasn’t revealed by ABC was their source…they’re getting leaks.

What they did was to mention an ABC “consultant” Matthew Olsen who we believe to be this fellow with Wikipedia listing: “On July 1, 2011, President Barack Obama nominated Olsen to become the Director of the National Counterterrorism Center. Olsen was confirmed by the Senate on August 16, 2011. He left that post in July 2014.”  Ah, an Obama appointee?  I see…

This is not to say anyone has done anything wrong.  It’s just that it looks to us like Webolutionary reporting.  What is downplayed is that billionaires really do (in the real world) get to meet with whoever the hell they want.

Do they buy access?  Of course!  Example?  In 2017, Politico Europe reported “A billionaire Lebanese businessman paid François Fillon $50,000 to organize meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin and the chief executive of French oil giant Total, the Canard Enchaîné reported in a story to be published Wednesday.”

Stupid Americans – unaware of the Webolution context – living the sheltered lives they do – fail to comprehend that (look surprised) billionaires run things globally and heads of state extend them “special courtesies.” Somehow, ABC seems not to have mentioned this reality making their report appears – in our read of it – just another webolutionary news blast.

We will go into more depth for our readers tomorrow, but the long and short of it is simple:  Here’s the schema of how the world is really running since no one else is explaining it:


  • Constitutional Governments
    • US – Trump, constitutional republicans, Limbaugh, Hannity, et al.
    • UK – Brexit supporters
  • Webolutionary Governments
    • US – Obama shadow govt, media, late-night hosts, democrats, illegal immigrants, and anyone who’s got a chip  and social platform. (BLM, #metoo, etc.), football kneelers
    • UK – Pro EU memberships

We could map out the media affiliations, not to mention the issues list, but this morning our main focus is on how even media like Drudge have been unwittingly drawn in by the Annap shooting which has pushed a lot of other stories (Rosenstein, et al) off the front page while (curiously?) leaving concerns about Trump, a 28-year old socialist presidential wannabe and such running.

And what Webolution would be complete without Michael Moore figuring out a way to monetize it?  A Webolution, understand is a war between the e-business models, not between the States or Countries.

Few – for now – understand what’s going on. You got lucky.  But we see it quite clearly from most and believe me, like good database migrations, it “maps perfectly.”  Why, you don’t even have to open Access or Excel to get this one to port.

It’s just the “mapping” is not publicly discussed because there’s a World War being waged and its goal is to institute the Global Regime and take down autonomous states.  The US (Trump, trade) and the UK (Brexit and the Pound) are just little nits along the road to global socialism run by the Globalist Billionaires Club (GBC.)

The Final Battle will be licensing of the Internet – both on the content side and the reading/sharing side.  The Web is the Weapon.

When you read “shocking” stories like that ABC piece, take a moment to pour a cup and recast it in the Constitutional Governments versus the Direct-Democracy Online Socialist Agenda (Webolution) that is working to take over the world.

If, at some point, when you wonder “Gee, you mean things like Climate Change is all part of Ure Webolution analysis, too?”  we can only offer a single word of guidance:


Relax.  Enjoy the show.  The fact that “Freaked Out Americans Desperately Seek to Escape the News “ just tells us it’s all a great horror flick.  Bon-bons for breakfast?

The WEBOLUTION is on, dammit!  It’s theater  now and no longer news.  The ammo is headlines instead of bullets as an all-too real Globalist Coup is underway.  Hidden behind layers of cash and bullshit.

Come on!  What part aren’t you following, here?

Futures Seen Clearly

With an hour before the open, looked to us like the market would open with the Dow up 100.

That said (and we told Peoplenomics readers Wednesday this) the historical replay would suggest that Thursday should be the high for a week, or so.  And while the futures are up for now, we half-expect (without offering trading advice, of course) for the market to end down for the day.  Seems logical to us that people would bail on positions prior to the weekend.  But, we shall see…

Here’s another sidelight of the webolution for you:  Why would bank shares go higher after failing a financial stress test?   Reader Reuters Shares in Deutsche Bank edge higher after U.S. stress test fail and see if you can figure it out.  Bad is good, good is bad, anyone?

Economic Hosings

PR sheet from the Bureau of Economic Analysis:

Real gross domestic product (GDP) increased at an annual rate of 2.0 percent in the first quarter of 2018 (table 1), according to the “third” estimate released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis. In the fourth
quarter, real GDP increased 2.9 percent.

The GDP estimate released today is based on more complete source data than were available for the “second” estimate issued last month.  In the second estimate, the increase in real GDP was 2.2 percent.
With this third estimate for the first quarter, the general picture of economic growth remains the same;
private inventory investment and personal consumption expenditures (PCE) were revised down.

Why, there’s even a picture!

This matters because?  We have hit the Fed Core Inflation goals.  Champagne?

Screw the details on Personal Income – that’s water under the rear-view mirror.  What does matter is this:

Personal saving was $482.0 billion in May and the
personal saving rate, personal saving as a percentage of disposable personal income, was 3.2 percent .

Except, you know there are 155-million working, right?  So let’s see what the workforce into the hype number looks like, shall we?

Hmmm…. suggests each workers saved $3,109.67 (on average).

Quick!  What’s the B-School statistical term for such a result?  (Bullshit!)

Right Again! On Digital Tulips

We told you from the outset crypto currents were something to be avoided.  Having no intrinsic value.  Did everyone list?  Hell no.

Are Bitcoins down to $5,860 this morning and likely to go lower?  Why, sure!

Listen:  Comandante Ure doesn’t BS the Non-Partisan Irregular Forces who are standing aside from the Webolutionary War.  Just listen now when he tells you that Dollars are like Greenbacks and Cryptos are like Confederate Dollars.

There’s another Revolution going on…if you don’t see it, Ure missing something.

DB Cooper is Rackstraw?

Oh, yeah, here we go: DB Cooper case (which I covered in ’74) has been solved – again.  That’s one fellow I’d like to interview….




23 thoughts on “Gunshots of the “American Webolution?””

  1. Gullible you say? I listen to two different women this week go into a complete meltdown screaming that they were gassing and cremating the children at the border. The really sad part about this is one of them was my older PHD sister!

    • I am right with niece is a professor at a fairly large college.. She’s showing her gullibility as well..
      Bigger question.. Has Congress addressed the decades old bill yet.
      Oops..that means they would actually have to be there

    • About 75% of the population are “sensors”, which are detail-oriented as opposed to big picture (according to jungian psychological typing). 50% are “feelers”, as opposed to “thinkers”. Feelers are concerned with how things impact people, with little regard for actual justice ….they are not rational.

      The overlap, i.e. sensing feelers, can have high I.Q.s, but don’t expect them to think and connect the dots. It’s just not how they are wired. Do expect them to consume media and not have a clue they are being played.

      • Sensors? Not in any Jung I’ve seen! (I have THE LARGE VERSION OF “The Red Book” and have read Dreams, Memories, Reflections a few times, too.)

        The comment because the term “sensors” is the modern term. The more correct is EMPATHS. These being people who identify with what they think are the righteous causes.

        Problem with Empaths is (and this is concept stuff from my next book) they have “swallowed a Reality Stack” they have not inspected themselves. Brain vitamins that mold thinking in a particular way.

        Thus, the reason to write my book. BTW: So people can use Dream Work to sort out the noise.
        Back to point…

        You are right (one could quibble on the numberics) BUT please try to hold to the more descriptive terms. Empaths, Analyzers, and such. There are plenty of people who don’t understand that5 when you use a term like “thinkers” that there are underlying ordination levels.

        Ordination (definition 2, a statistical technique in which data from a large number of sites or populations are represented as points in a two- or three-dimensional coordinate frame. ) must be explained so those not leading the class can keep up. thanks

      • Yea, the Jung version from the 20s was so complicated that people didn’t read it, so a couple women (Myers and Briggs) made it readable in the 40s. Their work resulted in the Myers Briggs Type Indicator or something like that. Professionals administer the test, but there are abridged free versions on the web.

        I am the opposite of sensing, feeler so that helps explain the limitations of my posts …will work on it

  2. George, you hopefully are aware that the electoral college was invented solely to preserve the power of the slave owning aristocracy who got to count their slaves as 3/5ths a person. Using it to defend Trump suggests that you wish to bring back that form of aristocracy as key to our governmental system, your rhetoric aside.

    • Boy, that is some left-0wing webolutionary bullshit if I ever read it!
      Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 of the Constitution states:
      Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress: but no Senator or Representative, or Person holding an Office of Trust or Profit under the United States, shall be appointed an Elector.
      Article II, Section 1, Clause 4 of the Constitution states:
      The Congress may determine the Time of chusing [sic] the Electors, and the Day on which they shall give their Votes; which Day shall be the same throughout the United States.
      Article II, Section 1, Clause 3 of the Constitution provided the original plan by which the electors chose the president and vice president. Under the original plan, the candidate who received a majority of votes from the electors would become president; the candidate receiving the second most votes would become vice president.
      The original plan of the Electoral College was based upon several assumptions and anticipations of the Framers of the Constitution:[27]
      Individual electors would be elected by citizens on a district-by-district basis.[28]
      Each presidential elector would exercise independent judgment when voting.
      Candidates would not pair together on the same ticket with assumed placements toward each office of president and vice president.
      The system as designed would rarely produce a winner, thus sending the election to Congress.
      According to the text of Article II, however, each state government was free to have its own plan for selecting its electors, and the Constitution does not explicitly require states to popularly elect their electors. Several different methods for selecting electors are described at length below.

      Save this revisionist tripe for more gullibles Nonsubscribers often can’t handle the truth. Go back to the Founding documents!

      • Thanks, George. What is wrong with these people? They’ll believe anything! I’ve quit watching the news for fear I’ll throw a brick through the tv. My blood pressure had dropped since quitting.

    • Regarding the slave trade, research it to its roots (no pun intended), i.e. research not only the demand side but also the supply side. Many of the folks that did the selling might surprise you.

  3. G,

    “In 1776, the weapons of the American Revolution included things like muskets.”


    During the presidency of George Washington America the Deep State was born when in July 1794 the president order guns be turned at the budding citizens demanding tribute.

    The Whiskey Rebellion

    “Washington responded by sending peace commissioners to western Pennsylvania to negotiate with the rebels, while at the same time calling on governors to send a militia force to enforce the tax. Washington himself rode at the head of an army to suppress the insurgency, with 13,000 militiamen provided by the governors of Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.”

  4. On the “personal savings rate”: averages can be so misleading. I wonder what the median is. Perhaps it would show that the top 1% had 99% of the savings. Nah, crazy thought. Must be something in these cigars I’m smoking.

  5. Rush said yesterday that donations (bribes in my world) are the key to access to candidates/politicians. He said that he had tried on numerous occasions to have a certain politico on his program and never got a response. At some point in time, he made donation of $1,000 to this candidate and then got more response than the wanted by being flooded with campaign flyers and repeated requests for more moolah. He also got the interview.

    If $1,0000 can do this, imagine what billionaire donations will get them.

  6. Could not muster any sympathy for the journalist. This feels like a war. One or more goes down, tsk tsk, then you move on to the next battle.

  7. George, I’m sure others agree with me about getting tired of hearing about shootings. There’s nothing we can do about them and while unfortunate for the recipients of the bullets, they have little to no direct effect on most people. They just push real news out of the limelight. There’s plenty of real news(scientific discoveries, volcanoes, etc) that rarely gets covered. Why waste time on nonsense?

    Regarding border crossers: Why do you keep calling them immigrants? IMHO, it’s a real slander and disservice to real immigrants – those who worked for years to get legal status and THEN came to the USofA with the intention of becoming part of mainstream society.

    An alien is a foreigner by legal definition. An illegal foreigner is an infiltrator who has unknown intentions. He’d only be a pseudo-immigrant if he had the intention of becoming part of mainstream society. Others are illegal aliens who may or may not intend to stay, and may have many different intentions. The use of “illegal/undocumented immigrants” deliberately obscures this distinction, and disparages real immigrants among us.

    • Darkly thru the looking glass seems to come Ures’ prognostications on Crypto. There has never been a market like Bitcoin..ever. The huge gains seen in 2017 were just that, HHUUUGE! It takes markets Time, and a lot of it to digest such enormously HUGE gains.
      As we get ground thru the summer like a hunk of meat in a meat grinder that is the financial markets these days, the financial derivatives held by DB and others are blowing up.
      DB fails stress test yesterday, and the stock goes UP!? FMTT

      As long time reader and fan, I would strongly recommend HODL some Bitcoin,net-down does not mean Bitcoin is Zero. People who claim this “fake news” are in fact clueless in regards to Bitcoin.
      Which of course brings me back to doing due diligence, research your investment ideas, get an understanding of the underlying operations and business model…hope in price going up is a terrible strategy.

  8. George, I’ve always noted your BS meter regarding Personal Saving Rate and figured it had to be definitional.

    BEA Account Code: A072RC
    Personal saving as a percentage of disposable personal income (DPI), frequently referred to as “the personal saving rate,” is calculated as the ratio of personal saving to DPI.
    Personal saving is equal to personal income less personal outlays and personal taxes; it may generally be viewed as the portion of personal income that is used either to provide funds to capital markets or to invest in real assets such as residences.(”

    I think what this means is that PSR also includes the amount paid into the cost of your residence, that is, it includes the equity gain (or total PITI) in your house after paying the monthly mortgage. Seems to me that could rationalize Household “savings” even though it has no actual pocket book effect at that moment. I’m not sure but always suspected that is the case.

  9. Have any ideas about how to stop them? Thinking of grandchildren here. My solution is the Marine Corps option, but not too sure it would work well.

  10. The only ‘Constitutional Republic’ that is left is …encased under glass in a museum in Washington DC, for the ‘tourist’ to gaze upon it…..what is left to call the USA is a mish mash of ‘States’that really have , NOTHING in common except ‘DEBT’ bestowed upon them by POLITICIANS…..and VOTERS that really understand the meaning of FREEdumb….while us’n think we can vote in a good guy to correct ‘things’….votes do not work for the ‘betterment of society’ ‘we the people’have seen..IF…your head is not placed lower then your belt line and behind you……the soap box did not work, the ballot box has been corrupted only leaves the ammo box….and some States want that to go away…..soon many on both sides the the ongoing struggle for the hearts and mines of the populace will meet what the founders met….the true force of ‘arms’….imo

  11. something’s wrong with your projection something’s wrong with the way you gather people together, is this something that you can’t talk about is it something that’s forbidden something if not an everyday calculations what is it about ?

    • What, pray tell, is “wrong” – by which I think you mean incorrect? I don’t like the way the data fits, but sure as hell, it does fit. Kinda like barking at the tide, Bryce. bark all day butcher feet still get wet.

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