Dear KMAG: 20190909 Open Topic

This Merry Warrior Monday Open Thread is VERY OPEN – a place for everybody to post whatever they feel they would like to tell the White Hats, and the rest of the MAGA-KMAG-KAG! world.

Yes, it’s Monday…again.


But it’s okay! We’ll get through it.


Free Speech is practiced here at the Q Tree. But please keep it civil.
Discussion of Q is not only allowed but encouraged. Imagine that! We can talk about Q here and not get banned.

Please also consider the Important Guidelines, outlined here in the January 1st open thread. Let’s not give the odious Internet Censors a reason to shut down this precious haven that Wolf has created for us.

Our greatest gift to President Trump is FIVE WORDS:



Wheatie’s Rules:

  1. No food fights.
  2. No running with scissors.
  3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.


For your listening enjoyment, I offer this composition from BrunuhVille, titled ‘The Wolf and the Moon’:


And we get a Rally tonight!




312 thoughts on “Dear KMAG: 20190909 Open Topic

    1. Check THIS out. Google is suddenly pretending it’s not biased. SICK!!! LIARS!!!

      Alex Jones reposted

      Adan SalazarVerified Account@AdanSalazar

      #ClintonBodyCount Autocomplete Suggestion Returns to Google Amid Antitrust Probes –

      ‘Clinton Body Count’ Autocomplete Suggestion Returns to Google Amid Antitrust Probes
      Reference to Clinton-related deaths now appears as suggestion after web search giant accused of manipulating 2016 election

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    1. This is a perfect example of why I don’t bother with ZeroLosers….


      “…much of which aligned with Trump’s unsupported allegations against Mueller and his team….”

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  1. Email from Laura Loomer

    Fake news journalists are posting liesOn August 12, 2018, Newsweek ran with the headline, “Who is Laura Loomer? Activist Accosts ‘Jihadi’ Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib at Campaign Event.”

    Yep, despite Fake News journalists getting their information from the video that I posted on YouTube, they spun the story to accuse me of “accosting” Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib.

    Their report was a flat-out, bold-faced lie.

    Newsweek BLATANTLY refused to even mention that a key part of my video report showed then-candidate Rashida Tlaib literally assaulting me.

    Why am I bringing this up a year later?

    Well, after exhausting avenues with law enforcement, I recently sued Rashida Tlaib for assault and battery.

    Even though Newsweek made me out to be the aggressor during my questioning of Tlaib and Omar at a Minneapolis campaign event (and failed to post the video footage), the truth is that when I began to question Tlaib, her partner in hate, Ilhan Omar, pulled Rashida away and whispered in her ear – letting the future congresswoman know who I was.

    After walking back to the protection of a circle of hijab-clad women, Tlaib lunged at me and ripped my phone (that I was using to record the confrontation), from my hand.

    That’s never happened to me, and as the hijab-wearing women surrounded me, I have to admit, I began to wonder who else in the room might attack me as supporters of Omar and Tlaib circled me inside the Palestinian restaurant where this event was taking place.

    Following the event and assault by Tlaib, I filed a criminal complaint with the Minneapolis Police Department.

    After waiting months for a follow up from Minneapolis law enforcement, I realized that they were not going to do anything.

    Why not?

    It could be something as simple as the police organization not wanting to be branded as “Islamophobic” by Tlaib and Omar.

    Or it could have been that the state’s chief law enforcement officer, Attorney General Keith Ellison, had previously been humiliated by me when I exposed NUMEROUS domestic violence allegations filed against him. Ellison, like Omar and Tlaib, is also a terror-tied Muslim who has affiliations with ISIS tied mosques, advocates for Linda Sarsour, and volunteered for Lois Farrakhan in college.

    Either way, not only did the Minneapolis Police Department fail to take action against Rashida Tlaib for her obvious violent behavior, they didn’t place a single, solitary phone call to me.

    When I brought this up to my friend and attorney Larry Klayman, he asked to watch the video and then began to prepare a civil suit against Rashida.

    The complaint was filed late last month and seeks damages from Tlaib in excess of $2 million.

    While I hate to be associated with other members of “the media” (like the Newsweek author who wrote about me that day), I am a journalist.

    I spend a lot of time and financial resources to investigate and confront politicians, candidates, celebrities and others who openly express anti-American, anti-Jewish and anti-Christian views.

    And as a journalist, I will defend ANYONE’s right to stand and ask questions of leaders – without fear of physical harm.

    That day in Minneapolis, Rashida Tlaib didn’t just cross the line . . . she lunged over it in an attempt to harm or scare me.

    Rashida will continue her jihad on our Constitutional rights, like the First Amendment, which grants freedom of speech and freedom of the press.

    But, unlike many of the Palestinians and Somalis who resort to violence, and many of them live in Rashida and Ilhan’s districts, I was raised to be disgusted with political and religious violence – and I know that exposing the truth does far more lasting damaged than most hits could ever deliver.

    Thank you so much for all that you do.


    Laura Loomer
    The Loomer Project

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    1. She disappeared from politics relatively before the 2016 election. I remember she wasnt inside the rnc nomination in florida, only an interview outside. Her family seems prone to a lot of problems. He at least waited til the 4 kids who can survive on their own were adults. Trig will always be dependent. I wouldnt be surprised to see a “single mom raising a DD child” reality show offer to her.

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    2. There were a lot of rumors about him and some habits that led to DUIs. Who knows if that was a factor, or if money turned out to be. Or if the marriage was on the rocks some time ago.

      The reality is who knows what goes on inside other peoples’ marriages. We don’t unless they say something.

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  2. Uh…well, at least it’s not wearing a burka.

    Day of the Dead Barbie Will Reportedly Be Released Ahead of Mexican Holiday — Here’s Where to Buy

    Barbie‘s new look might be one of her most beautiful yet.

    Starting Thursday, the beloved doll will be offered in a new limited-edition Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead collectible ahead of the upcoming Mexican holiday, Mattell confirms to PEOPLE. Revelist was first to report the news.

    In product photos, Barbie wears a long black gown with a trumpet-style bottom, covered in a colorful floral pattern, skull detailing and butterfly appliques.

    Additionally, Barbie sports turquoise streaks throughout her black hair, worn down her back in two braids, and traditional skull makeup. Her look is complete with a matching butterfly adorned headpiece and earrings

    Mattel confirmed the doll will be available at Walmart and Amazon beginning this Thursday, retailing for $75.

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    1. I’m not familiar with the custom, but I scrolled down to see the pic, expecting beauty, and found the face to be really creepy. It gives me baaaaaad vibes.

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      1. I’m with you TheseTruths !

        My daughter NEVER had Barbie dolls, granddaughter did not, and you can bet the 2 y/o gr granddaughter will NEVER have them.

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    2. Ahead of Mexican holiday for $75.00 ! She looks caucasian, give the SJWs something else to scream about?
      She actually looks the same as all the other Barbies —————– just different dress.

      Beautiful? Scary looking is not beautiful ……………………

      Poor Mexican people are going to have $75 for a dang doll?

      Pound sand Mattel !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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        1. You’re so so right Dep Pat…………….. my neighbor bought Barbies for her daughter, who is same age as my granddaughter, they are best friends and spent time together when the grands would visit us during the summer and winter breaks, etc. Granddaughter told me they weren’t allowed to play with them, they stayed in original wrapper etc. because neighbor was saving them/collecting them. Grown women buy the ‘dolls’ ………….. children don’t ‘play’ with them (which is actually a good thing! in my opinion anyway)

          I do think the dolls are ugly, this one esp.

          And the Mexican caste ………. well, there’s Hispanics and there’s Indians, right?

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              1. “…. a little ghoulish actually….”

                It is more than a little ghoulish it is HONORING A CULT! AND possibly a Satanic one at that!

                MS-13 Links to Occult Rituals and Santa Muerte Veneration

                Jan 22, 2018 · SCI Instructors Robert Bunker and John P. Sullivan write in an article for the Small Wars Journal about the ideological and cultural narratives influencing the actions of Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang members. In “Third Generation Gangs Strategic Note No. 8: Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) Links to Occult Rituals and Santa Muerte Veneration or Worship,” they explain trends and causes behind MS-13…

                An interesting article on the subject:

                From Above Top Secret:

                Jun, 18 2010
                … some new stuff on Santa Muerte from Rick Ross’s Cult Education Forum (which is a deeply marvellous source on all type of cult/new-religion subjects, oh yes it is) Catholics and the Santa Muerte Cult

                This excerpt is just a snippet, to pique interest…

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  3. An interesting article and paper confirming what we already knew about climate models that actually are worthless for predicting future climate changes.

    Propagation of Error and the Reliability of Global Air Temperature Projections, Mark II.
    Guest Blogger / 2 days ago September 7, 2019
    Guest post by Pat Frank

    Readers of Watts Up With That will know from Mark I that for six years I have been trying to publish a manuscript with the post title. Well, it has passed peer review and is now published at Frontiers in Earth Science: Atmospheric Science. The paper demonstrates that climate models have no predictive value.

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    1. My links to votes in Senate today went to the bin I think,

      and I hit refresh and this is what resulted ? sorry

      Here’s more links, on additional votes to come tomorrow:

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      1. Okay, something really weird going on here ……………….. twitter????????????

        I posted 3 more tweets, hit “Post Comment” I could see the tweets open as they should be for a nano second, then poof ………. they were gone from my post. In the bin, or in the vapor?

        Please ck the bin for me. Thanks

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        1. Okay Wolfie, when I refresh the page, the tweets show up while the page is reloading. So that tells me they are NOT in the bin……….. being low tech, I am about to ask a stupid question. Has wp changed something so that it now interacts differently with twitter?

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          1. Yes – you have to adjust your ad-blocker or cookie blocker, etc. Your prior settings may block the twitter URL from being opened up properly by the Twitter Plugin for WordPress.

            You have to enable third-party cookies AND the Twitter tracker for this site.

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            1. ahhhh ………… that’s the problem…. I am trying to switch browsers, over to Brave. THANK YOU SO MUCH………… [I hate being old AND dumb!]

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              1. Well, I was using Chrome when problem started couple of days ago… thought Brave was the answer, but apparently not. Do you have a suggestion for a browser?

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              2. I don’t think there are many ads on this page, but there ARE a lot of trackers. If you don’t mind the ad company trackers monitoring you, just turn off shields on this page in Brave, and it works fine. Otherwise, under the shields, in Brave, you can approve THIRD PARTY COOKIES, and that is enough to see the Twitter tweets, but not the pictures in them.

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  5. NASA – Next solar cycle will be weakest in 200 years

    FTA –

    In admitting that solar activity during sunspot-cycle 25 could be the weakest in 200 years, NASA was effectively forecasting a return to Dalton Minimum (1790-1830) conditions. But the release gives no mention of the ferocious cold, no mention of the disastrous crop losses, no mention of the ensuing starvation and famine, no mention of the wars over food, no mention of the powerful earthquakes, no mention of the catastrophic volcanic eruptions during the Dalton Minimum.

    We’re talking about massive earthquakes such as the 1811-12 New Madrid Fault earthquakes, which caused the Mississippi River to run backward, created Reelfoot Lake, and rang church bells in Boston.

    We’re talking about killer volcanic events such as the massive 1815 eruption of Mount Tambora. The following year, 1816, is variously known as “The Year Without a Summer,” “The ‘Poverty Year,’ and ‘Eighteen Hundred and Froze To Death.’ Even though average global temperatures fell only 0.4–0.7 °C (0.72–1.26 °F), the resultant volcanic winter brought major food shortages across the Northern Hemisphere.

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    1. The New Madrid Fault. ARGH!

      Fortunately, the Arch was built with clearance on both sides in case of earthquake. The Mississippi, OTOH…God only knows. The Army Corps of Engineers has worked for over 150 years to keep its banks the same. I mean, the bridges will still stand, but will the river be beneath them?

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    2. AND to help the famine along the USDA under Baby Bush GOT RID OF US GRAIN STORAGE.

      L.A. Times: How to fight a food crisis — Bring Back the Grain Reserve

      ….Grain silos sport quaint silhouettes on country roads, but these stores of corn, soybeans and wheat have played an essential role in the history of drought, flood and frost, and they suggest a solution to the specter of inflation. No one questions why the United States maintains a Strategic Petroleum Reserve. The very threat of bringing reserves to the market can moderate the spiking price of crude oil. But when it comes to food prices, our country cannot even threaten to bolster the national supply because the United States does not possess a national grain reserve.

      Such was not always the case…..

      Recently there have been increased calls for the development of a U.S. or international grain reserve to provide priority access to food supplies for Humanitarian needs. The National Grain and Feed Association (NGFA) and the North American Export Grain Association (NAEGA) strongly advise against this concept..Stock reserves have a documented depressing effect on prices… and resulted in less aggressive market bidding for the grains.” July 22, 2008 letter to President Bush

      The following quote shows the grain traders greed and the level of concern for other humans.

      In summary, we have record low grain inventories globally as we move into a new crop year. We have demand growing strongly. Which means that going forward even small crop failures are going to drive grain prices to record levels. As an investor, we continue to find these long term trends…very attractive.” Food shortfalls predicted: 2008

      OLD but interesting:

      …USA produces 80% of the cereals that are exported

      Spiro Agnew, a former US vice-president, pointed out that the USA’s domination of world cereal markets was one of its most powerful political weapons.

      Today, large corporate farms account for nearly ¾ of all farm sales in the U.S….. to address some concerns and ensure the future sustainability of agricultural production, researchers are starting to emphasize “agro-diversity” – a combination of smaller-scale, locally-based polyculture production methods.

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        1. Hoping but when the article says this….I believe it. ” Fearful that Trump “is willing to destroy the world”, Soros has vowed to “redouble [his] efforts” in pouring millions of dollars into opposing everything Trump stands for.

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