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A second very insightful post from warhammer has arrived. Second in the Iran series (Peoplenomics subscribers got to read his excellent explanation of how Iran really means “Land of the Aryans” on Saturday. You do remember where the WWII “super race” thought it was from?
Today, let’s consider a subtlety that most of your fellow sheep didn’t pick up when the Commander in Chief claimed there were 52-targets on a list… Follow along because this IS important:
President Trump recently told the Iranians that the U.S. had 52 targets in American crosshairs. Now we’ve learned that some venerable B-52s (aka BUFFs (big ugly fat f#*^%ers) are heading from Barksdale AFB in Louisiana to Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean, conveniently just out of Iranian missile range. Could there be a ‘52’ meme universe is leaking out? Seriously, having over 3200 flying hours in the belly of that beast, it does my heart good to know the most versatile, reliable air weapons platform on the planet (since the early 1950s) is now on watch and at the ready.
The Iranian generals and mullahs should be collectively sucking up their seat cushions about now. The BUFFs and their aircrews are part of a 20,000 personnel ramp-up in the Middle East region during the past week. Each BUFF is an airborne battleship, capable of carrying a deadly cocktail of conventional gravity weapons and missiles. They bring bad news from the sky.
Trump’s message is essentially one of “go ahead, do something! But should you choose to do so, you will pay a HUGE price. It’s gonna be BIG – sooo BIG!”
Many will fault whatever it is that the President may do. In my humble opinion, Trump is simply a realist, one who sees things thru the lens of friend or foe, good or evil. The Dem collective appears to be composed largely of idealists, those seeing the world as the globalist paradise they wish it to be, despite the resident evil confronting America and her allies and regardless of the brutality of ruthless despotic butchers and terrorists across the globe.
I pray Iran heeds Trump’s clear warning. If they do not, I estimate the odds are far better than 50/50 that they will seriously regret not doing so.”
We want to share the core of warhammer’s Saturday Peoplenomics remarks, as well. Since it’s popular in the excessively feminized America to look for a peaceful resolution to all problems, let’s not upset the apple cart, blah, blah,m blah…. rather than confront and dominate a bully.
“Interestingly. The Persian Aryans sprang forth from the Russian Indo-Aryans, explaining Hitler’s fixation on the Czech Sudetenland, the Ukrainian land (there was no Ukraine at the time of Hitler – it had been subsumed by Poland and Russia) and Stalin’s USSR.
Like the ancient Persian Aryans, Hitler was hell bent upon eliminating the Jewish race from the Earth. Doing so consumed him, much as it does with today’s Iranian mullahs. And just as Hitler modeled his philosophy to embrace the ancient Aryans, one might argue that today’s Iran is following Hitler’s game plan for achieving rapid regional success – initiate regional instability, create numerous but limited military confrontations and ‘blame the Jews’ and their primary protector, the Great Satan (aka the U.S.) for all possible problems.
But unlike Europe rolling over to Hitler when he annexed the Czech Sudetenland, America is opposing Iran at every turn. Iraq is arguably Iran’s Sudetenland. “
Remember, the ancient Aryans and the Recent Aryans have the same views of Jews and the recent ones want Israel gone.
Obama and Pelosi as “Chamberlain Children”
Not to put too fine a point on it, but the Wikipedia quick-read on (Arthur) Neville Chamberlain is very much on point here.
(Arthur) Neville Chamberlain March 1869 – 9 November 1940) was a British Conservative statesman who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from May 1937 to May 1940. Chamberlain is best known for his foreign policy of appeasement, and in particular for his signing of the Munich Agreement in 1938, conceding the German-speaking Sudetenland region of Czechoslovakia to Germany. When Adolf Hitler invaded Poland, the UK declared war on Germany on 3 September 1939, and Chamberlain led Britain through the first eight months of the Second World War. “
Those with even a faint acquaintance with history will remember how well Chamberlain’s efforts to appease Hitler worked out.
We see Obama’s “cash lifts to Tehran” as being his historical rhyme and analog to Chamberpot’s Munich Agreement. And Pelosi (another appeaser) is acting as Obama’s second.
Bolton: Neocon or Player?
Word that John Bolton may be willing to testify at a possible trial of Donald Trump in the Senate brings forth a fascinating set of questions.
In part, because Bolton has been labeled a “neocon” by some, though he rejects the term. We put it all in the category “If it walks like a duck, and quacks like one, it’s probably a neocon.”
If JB’s a neocon, and IF he is really in favor of confronting bullies who want to “attack America” and “wipe Israel off the face of the Earth” we find it contradictory that Bolton would offer to testify against Trump in a possible proceeding.
Because, based on Trump’s actions (standing up to Iranian expansionism and support of global terror cells (which Obama failed at, choosing instead to squander US assets on failed appeasement), Bolton would logically support Trump’s activities.
On the other hand, there are lots of neocons who are still displeased with Trump for not taking a harder line in Ukraine. Neocons are big on war. As my consigliere notes, Trump’s [default setting] is [no war].
The question then becomes “If there is a trial – and if the Senate republicans are stupid enough as to open it to new witnesses, not cited in the Articles of Impeachment – THEN would Bolton be an adversarial witness to Trump? Because there’s also a chance Bolton could deliver a thundering critical review of past Democrat appeasement efforts, their obstruction of a sitting president to execute the powers of the Office, and discuss the ongoing left-wing digital coup against a sitting president. In which case, maybe Bolton could be a player. (We won’t hold our breath; he has a way of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory, at times.)
Some Plane Speaking first: One of our long-time readers in the Houston area, long retired from the airline industry, said something of interest the other day:
“BTW, I’m convinced more than ever Boeing is going down the same path as Lockheed; it will survive, but in a substantially different form, maybe military industrial complex as opposed to commercial aviation…”
That’s an interesting outlook because of pending decisions about the Boeing-Embraer deal due from the EU. (I assume you know what we think of the miserable megalomaniac pricks who have taken over Europe?)
As Mark Finlay, over at Simple Flying reported a while back, looks like March 2020 at least as the EU is concerned the world’s third largest plane maker would lessen competition between Boeing and Airbus.
But, it’s like we’ve held about the Ure-a-Pee’in Union since the get-go, give these miserable pricks and inch and they’ll take A WORLD and a few kilometers more.
Given a chance at a Boeing-free world, would the EU turn down the Embraer deal just to shove Boeing into worse financial condition? Seriously, you trust ’em?
Sidebar: . Don’t get me started on how the Globalists got away with shoving Metric measurements down our throats without so much as a VOTE! Vote ’em ALL OUT IN 2020!!!
When, BP spiked to 130 on that, lol…where were we? Ah, the trade report – which you’ll remember (if your still awake) depends on American exports of Boeing products as a big line item, right? Sure, toss in tariffs and all that commotion, too:
“Exports, Imports, and Balance (Exhibit 1) November exports were $208.6 billion, $1.4 billion more than October exports. November imports were $251.7 billion, $2.5 billion less than October imports. The November decrease in the goods and services deficit reflected a decrease in the goods deficit of $3.9 billion to $63.9 billion and a decrease in the services surplus of less than $0.1 billion to $20.8 billion.
Pretty cool, huh? Maybe we ought to have a trade war more often? Shhh…Trump Deniers will for (further) mad if we mention it.
Meantime, the financial futures are so-so: We see the Dow futures down 9? Am I/we the only ones on the distro list that reveals the Fed Repo Depot is tossing $ 98.919 -billion in helicopter money out today?
In the Shorts
Our view of the blah, blah, blah…
And I want you to remember these when (subscribers) read Peoplenomics.com this weekend. Because, like it or not, in the event of an actual LIFE-CHANGING event of some mass/social/webby/flash-bang type, would any of this be useful? Or, is it useless monetization shit sold by the mainstream for horror and shock value?
Seriously, how does knowing Jury selection begins in Harvey Weinstein trial as new charges are filed in LA change my prospects for living another 20-years or surviving Netpocalypse?
Need more:? Sure! Loaded boat with ’em: Americans think #MeToo and Time’s Up are making progress – CBS poll. (*Remember, we advise readers, tell me what you want the poll outcome to be, and we can design it for you!) In the real world this has what value? Net’s down, you’re starving…oh, God, can’t forget that CBS poll in mid-crisis, can we?
Still more? OMG you’re a masochist, right? OK…envelope please? What’s the Use Case for knowing “Joker leads BAFTA Film Awards 2020 nominations, as lack of diversity slammed as ‘infuriating'” The what? British Academy of Film and Telly Arts. MUS (*more useless stuff) to fill up your brain so you won’t process bigger things.
You seeing how this works? The PowersThatBe condition you to think that this is all “need to know” stuff.
Spoiler alert: Useless crap with no “Use Case” in Ure’s life or likely your life, either.
Which is why I’m not going to go chase eggs and hashbrowns around. Made with shredded Yukon Golds… <—Now, that, you see, is actionable information. Yeah…try ’em and you’ll love ’em.
The programming of America as Useless Idiots is also visible in the kind of Trivia questions....no, let’s save those details for the podcast and Peoplenomics subscribers.
Slab of ham with that coffee and eggs?
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