Hate Hoax – Jussie Smollett Rehearsed Fake Hate Attack With Two Pretend Attackers…


Chicago investigators continue to share stunning evidence about the hate-crime hoax carried out by actor Jussie Smollett with the assistance of two brothers.  It appears the trio even rehearsed the attack.

CHICAGO (CBS) — Jussie Smollett paid two brothers to stage an attack against him, directed them to buy items used in the alleged assault and actually rehearsed it with them, sources say. (read more)

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They actually REHEARSED it so they could create the most outrage and stoke as much hate as possible?!? Terrible.
Jussie Smollett Case: Brothers Questioned By Police Were Paid $3,500 To Stage Attack, Which Was Rehearsed Days Before, CBS Chicago https://chicago.cbslocal.com/2019/02/16/sources-brothers-released-bought-rope-used-in-jussie-smollett-attack/ 

Sources: Brothers Released Bought Rope Used In Jussie Smollett Attack

A source says the brothers bought the rope used in the incident at Smollett’s request.

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Is There Ever a Right or Wrong?


What is true and what is false? Do those things even exist or are they simply subjective opinions? Naturally, if we look at politics there is a wholesale denial of the existence of any objective reality and moral values. Each side sees only its own reality and proclaims the other is wrong. Is the glass half-full or half-empty? Is there any absolute definitive truth in describing this glass pictured here?

This becomes a problem in politics. We cannot clearly distinguish good from bad, knowledge from ignorance, or dominance from submission. Who is the ruler and who is to be ruled? It’s a critical theory that is reduced in reality to the conclusion that there is no universal truth. No matter what we define, there is always an opposing opinion. Hence, this is my theory of why cycles MUST exist. There is never some one-size fits all. Such attempts by one side to impose their demands only leads to civil unrest. There can be no single truth in life for there will never be an agreement as to what is true or false.

It is wrong to kill someone. But what about crimes of passion that would not reflect the same act as someone who was a serial killer? What about a soldier who kills in a war? Is this not distinguished from someone who kills people in a nightclub rage? What about someone who defends themselves in a store robbery and kills the intruder? There emerges qualifications that will always call into question what is true and what is false.

 

Karl Marx’s Grave Vandalized – Is this the Cyclical Turning Point from the 1848 Revolutions?


Karl Marx’s grave was selectively vandalized. Someone used a hammer to deface the monument. No other graves were attacked so it is clear this was a politically motivated incident in line with the rising economic tensions between the left and the right. The tomb of Karl Marx is located in London’s Highgate Cemetery. Marx had been exiled from Germany and then the rest of continental Europe following the failed Revolutions of 1848, which engulfed most of Europe.

Marx did his research in London. This is his pass to the British Library. The Revolutions of 1848 were essentially a democratic movement and an uprising against the political elite. In 1848, Karl Marx published “The Communist Manifesto” with Friedrich Engels, and was exiled to London as a result. In London, where he lived the remainder of his life, he wrote the first volume of “Das Kapital.” This undoubtedly influenced the revolutions that opened the door to communism/socialism. This also inspired the collapse of the old feudal structures and created independent national states. The revolutionary wave began in France in February 1848, when the French monarchy was overthrown. Communism actually began in France as a “commune” where people lived in one shared community with no individual property rights. It was the French who convinced Marx that communism would work better than just socialism, which he had advocated initially.

This 1848 Revolution spread like a contagion, similar to what the American Revolution had done during the previous century. The contagion of 1848 spread to most of Europe and parts of Latin America. In total, it impacted over 50 countries. This was by no means a cooperation between various revolutionary trends around Europe.

Generally, a contagion is attributed to six factors:

  • (1) widespread dissatisfaction with political leadership, as we have today;
  • (2) demands for more participation in government and democracy, as republics have once again robbed us of our right to vote;
  • (3) demands for freedom of the press, which is manifesting today on the internet;
  • (4) the demands of the working class, whom today have been oppressed by huge tax rates combined with income taxes and VAT at 20%+;
  • (5) the upsurge of nationalism, which we are again watching unfold thanks to terrorism; and finally,
  • (6) the regrouping of the reactionary forces based on the royalty, aristocracy, army, church, and peasants, which is again unfolding as class warfare.

Many believe that the Yellow Vest Movement is unfolding in the very same spirit, and it too has spread like a contagion. Ironically, the cycle of civil unrest based upon economics discontent should rise in 2020. Indeed, the Yellow Vest movement appears to be right on schedule.

Jordan Peterson: The fatal flaw in leftist American politics


Published on Apr 12, 2018

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What is political extremism? Professor of psychology Jordan Peterson points out that America knows what right-wing radicalism looks like: The doctrine of racial superiority is where conservatives have drawn the line. “What’s interesting is that on the conservative side of the spectrum we’ve figured out how to box-in the radicals and say, ‘No, you’re outside the domain of acceptable opinion,'” says Peterson. But where’s that line for the Left? There is no universal marker of what extreme liberalism looks like, which is devastating to the ideology itself but also to political discourse as a whole. Fortunately, Peterson is happy to suggest such a marker: “The doctrine of equality of outcome. It seems to me that that’s where people who are thoughtful on the Left should draw the line, and say no. Equality of opportunity? [That’s] not only fair enough, but laudable. But equality of outcome…? It’s like: ‘No, you’ve crossed the line. We’re not going there with you.'” Peterson argues that it’s the ethical responsibility of left-leaning people to identify liberal extremism and distinguish themselves from it the same way conservatives distance themselves from the doctrine of racial superiority. Failing to recognize such extremism may be liberalism’s fatal flaw. Jordan Peterson is the author of 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos Read more at BigThink.com: http://bigthink.com/videos/jordan-pet…

Universities must choose between TRUTH or Social Justice, not both – Jonathan Haidt


Published on Dec 5, 2016

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Jonathan Haidt is a social psychologist and Professor of Ethical Leadership at New York University’s Stern School of Business. His academic specialization is the psychology of morality and the moral emotions. He is author of The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion, and The Happiness Hypothesis. He co-authored (with Greg Lukianoff of FIRE) an influential article in the September 2015 issue of The Atlantic, entitled “The Coddling of the American Mind”: http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/a… He also runs Heterodox Academy which promotes viewpoint diversity at universities. http://heterodoxacademy.org Heterodox Academy Guide to Colleges: http://heterodoxacademy.org/resources…

Oscars in Babylon: Hollywood Worships Its Own Hypocrisy, Bans Speech


Published on Feb 8, 2019

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As Hollywood hypocrites prepare to worship their own hypocrisy, Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green, examine what has become the Oscars in Babylon. Can they live by the Socialist values they foist upon us?

Former Democrat Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe Tells Current Democrat Governor Ralph “Coonman” Northam: “He’s got to go”…


For what it’s worth, current background discussion within the DC media chattering class is rumoring that embattled Virginia Governor Ralph “Coonman” Northam will resign in the next 48 hours.

CNN’s Jake Tapper interviewed former Virginia Democrat Gov. Terry McAuliffe earlier today, who also said he believes Gov. Ralph Northam will resign soon. WATCH:

New England Patriots Win Superbowl 13 – 3 Defeating LA Rams


The New England Patriots have won the Superbowl and are the World Champions of Nations Football League.   Congratulations Patriots fans !!

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