Dear KMAG: 20200127 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 (with KMAG being a bit of both).

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. Let’s not give the odious Internet Censors a reason to shut down this precious haven that Wolf has created for us.

With the Storm upon us…please remember to Pray for our President.


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 CJbeards, titled ‘Fire and Thunder’:


Wheatie’s Word of the Day:


Falderal means “nonsense or foolish talk”. It can also refer to “a knickknack or gew-gaw”.

Alternate spellings: folderol, folderal and falderol.

The term originated as a nonsense word in the refrain of songs, dating back to Old English ballads and plays.

Used in a sentence: The Dirty Dems continue to spew forth their malicious falderal in their attempts to frame our President for things he didn’t do.


276 thoughts on “Dear KMAG: 20200127 Open Topic

    1. When I was a kid in the South, old folks used to say, “That’s a lot falderal and bally hoo!”

      That’s what the Democrat Impeachment amounts to – falderal and bally hoo – a heap of palaver.

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      1. Sound like a medication Mafiosi Piglosi (aka the Poligrip Princess) is taking to help her spasmodic speech (or cause it)…

        She’d rather have a “bottle in front of me”…

        I can’t wait until Injailderal… 🙂

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    CO2 concentrations up to 95,000 ppm bubbling out of the ocean floor
    January 26, 2020 by Robert
    More than 200 times the concentration of manmade CO2 in the atmosphere (just over 400 ppm) … and we’re worried about the puny amount that humans emit?

    Science Alert’s headline reads “Divers Discover a Magical Bubbling Underwater Spring on The Ocean Floor.”

    Really? Magical Bubbling Underwater Spring? I don’t know much about Science Alert, so I don’t know whether they’re trying to downplay this finding or not.

    However, a press release from the University of Texas used a much more honest headline: “Deep Diving Scientists Discover Bubbling CO2 Hotspot.”

    The amazing bubbling location, which geoscientist Bayani Cardenas captured on video, is not a climate change nightmare. It is linked to a nearby volcano that vents out the gases through cracks in the ocean floor, and has probably been doing so for decades or even millennia.

    When Cardenas, a professor at the University of Texas at Austin Jackson School of Geosciences, went diving off the coastline of the Calumpan Peninsula in the Philippines, he and his coauthors found the ocean floor bubbling like champagne, pumping out vast amounts of carbon dioxide.

    They dove about 60 meters (200 feet) down in “Soda Springs”, a high CO2 hotspot, where they measured CO2 concentrations from 60,000 ppm to as high as 95,000 ppm, more than 200 times the concentration of manmade CO2 in the atmosphere. The scientists traced the CO2 back to cracks in the ocean floor venting gasses from an underwater volcano.

    The CO2 levels fall quickly away from the seeps as the gas is diluted in the ocean, but the gas still creates an elevated CO2 environment along the rest of the coastline of the Calumpan Peninsula, with levels in the 400 to 600 ppm range.

    These high CO2 environments are actually close to thriving reefs, said Cardenas. “How does it work?”

    Let me say it again: More than 200 times the concentration of manmade CO2 in the atmosphere (just over 400 ppm) … and we’re worried about the puny amount that humans emit?

    And when your remember that there are more than three million underwater volcanoes, and that they could all be pumping out similar amounts of CO2, well, you get my drift…

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    1. Greenies take note: between volcanoes and termites that have been on earth for millions of years we would have never flourished as a species.
      Scientists have calculated that termites alone produce ten times as much carbon dioxide as all the fossil fuels burned in the whole world in a year.
      Side note, plants and trees love CO2

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      1. The Earth is at CO2 STARVATION LEVELS!!!

        It is CO2 STARVATION that is the real problem according to peer-reviewed papers:
        Carbon starvation in glacial trees recovered from the La Brea tar pits, southern California

        Most food crops are C3. C4 plants evolved more recently because of CO2 starvation.
        Royal Society: Carbon dioxide starvation, the development of C4 ecosystems

        Impact of lower atmospheric carbon dioxide on tropical mountain ecosystems

        Carbon-isotope values of bulk organic matter from high-altitude lakes on Mount Kenya and Mount Elgon, East Africa, were 10 to 14 per mil higher during glacial times than they are today. Compound-specific isotope analyses of leaf waxes and algal biomarkers show that organisms possessing CO2-concentrating mechanisms, including C4 grasses and freshwater algae, were primarily responsible for this large increase. Carbon limitation due to lower ambient CO2 partial pressures had a significant impact on the distribution of forest on the tropical mountains, in addition to climate. Hence, tree line elevation should not be used to infer palaeotemperatures.

        “Compound-specific isotope analyses of leaf waxes and algal biomarkers show that organisms possessing CO2-concentrating mechanisms, including C4 grasses and freshwater algae” means plants using C4 pathway and not the older C3 pathway used by trees. Most of our food is C3 pathway.
        As you go up a mountain, low CO2 partial pressure, and not temperature limits trees.

        Plant responses to low [CO2] of the past

        The authors compared gas exchange rates of two populations of Oxyria digyna – one from high altitude (Logan Pass, MT, USA) and the other from sea level (mouth of the Pitmegea River, AL, USA). Seeds from these populations were grown under common conditions and photosynthetic rates were measured across a wide range of [CO2]. The authors found that photosynthetic rates were higher and CO2 compensation points were lower in offspring that originated from alpine populations, and suggested that this may reflect adaptations to lower CO2 partial pressure at high altitude. The authors also concluded that low CO2 partial pressure, and not temperature, limited the upward distribution of the Oxyria populations in this case.


        I want 1500 ppm of CO2.


        When we head into the coming cold dry period either as a new glaciation or as the cold period between to precession-cycle peaks, I want that 500 ppm cushion as the oceans become colder and suck down more CO2. And who knows maybe the extra CO2 will add that tiny bit of extra energy necessary to keep the earth out of a full blown glaciation.

        This is based on Lisiecki and Raymo’s conclusion in A Pliocene-Pleistocene stack of 57 globally distributed benthic D18O records.
        Lisiecki and Raymo produced an exhaustive analysis of 57 globally distributed deep ocean cores reaching back about 5 million years that refutes the MODEL used by NASA.

        …the June 21 insolation minimum at 65N during MIS 11 is only 489 W/m2, much less pronounced than the present minimum of 474 W/m2. In addition, current insolation values are not predicted to return to the high values of late MIS 11 for another 65 kyr. We propose that this effectively precludes a ‘double precession-cycle’ interglacial [e.g., Raymo, 1997] in the Holocene without human influence….

        The paper Can we predict the duration of an interglacial? agrees and gives the calculated solar insolation values @ 65N on June 22 for several glacial inceptions. The current solar insolation sits in the middle of that cluster.

        Too bad the Warmists are unable to read and comprehend what these papers are telling them.


        A couple more points:

        “The optimum CO2 level for most plants is about 1600 parts per million, four times higher than the level today. This is why greenhouse growers purposely inject the CO2-rich exhaust from their gas and wood-fired heaters into the greenhouse, resulting in a 40-80 per cent increase in growth.” – Patrick Moore Greenpeace founder.

        Human blood must contain 5% CO2 or you suffer from hypo/hypercapnia. Medical Oxygen (the green bottle stuff) must contain 5% CO2, which is 130 TIMES the atmospheric level or you cannot balance your blood pH. CO2, in levels below 80,000 PPM, is NOT a toxin.

        The IPCC actually said in the Science Report in TAR:

        “In climate research and modeling, we should recognize that we are dealing with a coupled non-linear chaotic system, and therefore that the long-term prediction of future climate states is not possible.’ – I 2001 section page 774

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  2. Wheatie, Wonderful start for our Monday.

    Faux news has an article showing Joy Villa wore another MAGA dress at Grammy’s. On the dress, Trump, 2020, AND Impeached and Reelected.

    Had to split lefty heads. LOLF.

    Hope I get the pix posted correctly. My track record is about 50/50 success posting or not.


    G’nite folks 😉

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    Seriously – how deluded and gullible are people who subscribe to this nonsense ?
    Rosco Mac

    1. I have a million molecules of ordinary air – how many do you think are CO2 ? (We should all know there are less than 400.)

    2. I have a million molecules of ordinary air how many do you think are methane ? (We should all know there are less than 2.)

    3. Why do you think that such insignificant amounts of stable gases can cause the temperature of the remaining 999,958 molecules of air to rise by any significant amount?

    The alarmists are seriously deluded. The IPCC, established in 1988 was charged with establishing that mankind was causing global warming by emitting tiny amounts of a stable non flammable gas.

    32 years and billions of wasted dollars later they best they can come up with is fake data, fake graphs, a child advocate who dropped out of school and the ridiculous claim that today’s children from wealthy countries suffer climate degradation worse than child sex slavery or the equivalent of forced labour in the “salt mines” and the hyping of the misery of those who have lost possessions or, worse, their lives due to completely natural disasters.

    All in the name of how many failed attempts to overthrow democracy, introduce a regressive carbon tax, and probably prepare to remove a large proportion of the human race from the planet permanently.

    Seriously – how deluded and gullible are people who subscribe to this nonsense ?

    Of course it’s a scam !

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    1. OT, Carl, but I tried unsuccessfully seven times to thank you for the two sermons you included in your Sunday post.

      I especially liked the ‘big god, little god’ one.

      Many thanks for posting them.


  4. I think I may have spotted some Turtle sleight-of-hand.

    You may recall that the original Impeachment Rules said “24 hours of speechifying from each side over two days each, and there’d be motions to include information from the House bushwah (which people thought would reasonably exclude 90% of it as hearsay)”.

    This (like EVERYTHING ELSE) resulted in wailing, squealing, and gnashing of teeth… a “weakened” Turtle had to concede that each side’s 24 hours of speechifying could take place over three days…..and that ALL of the House’s “evidence” transferred to the Senate.

    My question is whether that ALL includes the transcript of the 18th Deposition, the heretofore impounded testimony of ICIG Atkinson, where the whistleblower and Schiff are revealed to be liars and complicit in fraud. If that were made available to the defense when McConnell “caved”, Monday is going to ring like a bell.

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    1. It may depend on the definition of “evidence”. If the House Dimms don’t bundle up the 18th Deposition and send it over to the Senate, it’s because those Dimms don’t consider that deposition to be evidence and, voila, it’s not evidence.

      All things are only what the Dimms consider them to be. Nothing else matters.

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        1. Not sure about that, but I remember at the time it was one of those over the top breathless claims that came out of nowhere, smeared his name, then disappeared. I questioned the validity at the time. I know it faded away after a while and his wife stood by him. With all the new info we have, who knows….could have been an attempt to control him.

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    1. Oh boy!

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  5. Saying good night and also thank you to kind commenters who responded to something I posted earlier and to everyone else.

    I am so sorry I was unable to respond earlier in a timely manner. I was out most of the day but I wanted you to know that when that happens I always try to check back in at the end of the day even if it is too late to comment.

    I also save this site for “dessert” at the beginning of the day after I plow through the news. Here there is wholesome, grounded goodness that stays with me through the course of the day and helps sweeten my thoughts.

    Thinking of how busy you all are yet still making time to share so much with the rest of us makes me aware of how blessed we are to be here.

    You are all heroes to me…steadfast, earnest in striving to do right, valiant through adversity, compassionate, courageous, and honest among other good things.

    I have learned so much here, and not just politically. Life lessons have been taken to heart from you good people and I know that it is a privilege and honor to be a part of this.

    Blessings all.
    Good night.
    Thank you so much!

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    1. We love and appreciate you so much, LM. Unfortunately, I am not sure I can find your comments I so wanted to save, but I think your thinking is so clear, and you have a way with words. Thank you again.

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  6. Sorry folks, I couldn’t get the picture to post as it’s buried in the LIFELOG wall. . .

    U.S. Congress

    The Log Cabin Republicans have worked tirelessly for conservative causes and candidates. They were there for me in 2018 when I ran for office, working hard and playing a significant role in our grassroots campaign.

    I support the effort for Log Cabin Republicans to be recognized as a coalition organization of the Texas GOP. For our Party to win at the local, state, and national levels, we need to embrace all that support our conservative policy and principles. Disagreements over certain policy issues should not be enough to exclude a group that shares the vast majority of conservative governing principles.

    I look forward to continue working with Log Cabin Republicans and I strongly encourage our Party leadership to include them within the Party hierarchy.


    Dan Crenshaw


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    1. Well, Dan, be prepared to lose all your conservative Christian supporters once they find out you’re backing queers as an identity group. See, Dan, that is what Democrats do – separate people out. It’s hard to assimilate if you need to primarily identify with a distinct group.

      Time to dust off and update your resume.

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      1. Actually, you have a point there. The question is, even if one supports gay marriage, decriminalization, etc. as legal principles, does doing so as an identity group help the Republican cause? Almost certainly not, if it furthers identity politics.


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        1. Back in the Tea Party days there were a lot of fresh new faces working to become involved in the GOP party apparatus. As this influx was growing there were platform fights at the various district meetings. An inordinate amount of time and attention was burned up because certain parties were opposed to certain language in the platform that at the time was widely supported against redefining marriage. I saw one meeting where what should have been 90 minutes tops spread into a four and a half hour hot mess with all kinds of parliamentary problems. It was very discouraging across the board, lots of the new tea party attendees were disgusted. Many gave up, others kept fighting, going to the state convention, only to watch the social conservative for the state party chair get defeated to a guy who wanted only pure economic issues. Well, he was effective with the party for economic issues, and he did balance the party’s budget and get the party debt paid off. But the net effect was the Tea Party voices were squelched at precisely the time of peak Tea Party.

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          1. What you describe as a waste of time is what I describe as a refusal to allow moderates and Libertarians to pollute the nascent tea party. I don’t think any such oral fights are unnecessary. There are a bunch of “Christian” churches that thought getting along was a good thing.

            Now, those churches are a stain upon our society equal to Sodom & Gomorrah. The tea parties wanted to be a refuge from the overt sins of the world, despite the driving force being excess taxes and govt over-reach.

            I’d rather avoid getting sick than get cured once I am sick, if I had a choice. Sometimes, one has to fight for the freedom to say principles matter. IMO, it is not a waste of time to fight such a battle. It is sad that some people think they have a duty to infect differing-thinking groups with their bullshit instead of forming their own groups.

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      2. Agrees, one of the small joys in life was first hearing a one Stacy Washington on radio. A conservative smart talker in the DC circuit that I listened to for at least two hours before I figured out she might be, might be, black cause she never said.

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      3. Agreed. You also have folks who exited the Democrat party because of identity politics (among other things, of course)….crossed over to the Republican side….only to be met with the SAME identity politics they ran away from in the first place.

        Do better, Dan Crenshaw.

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  7. Wolf I need to regroup a bit, tonight was not a good night to do it. Need to split up some of the activity across multiples. That said you are good with amplifying to MOAB level 😉 So I will appreciate the assist. Especially when it comes to Soros dark money.

    We’re also going to pull Daughn’s post about Zack Exley and the Justice Democrats out of the archives.

    Epstein non occidere se

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  8. Interesting that USA Today is reporting on this “error” where Google results displayed Kobe’s Bryant’s death date as “date of assassination.” The media usually buries questionable behavior from Google results. It’s almost like they want lots of people to see “date of assassination” for some reason.

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      1. If it is not Sylvia but the enemy, I will use my long handle pitchfork on them. Then Sylvia can wack them with her shovel. (Those ‘peasant weapons’ were nothing to sneeze at!)

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  9. Verse of the Day

    “Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching.”
    Hebrews 10:25 (KJV)

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              1. Hey, Pat! Doing ok considering another weather change – barometric pressure causing me distress – will adjust

                Hope and pray you are ok – snow forecast for this week is minimal – so that is one plus

                Have a Blessed Day! God loves you and so do I!!!

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              2. Agree – barometric pressure affects the sinuses – me 2 – not fun after being hit by the ‘bug’ – however – we just take it as it comes – not much we can do – but pray our way through it – * Sigh *

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              3. No – not now – was battling some infection for the past month – just starting to feel better – and BOOM – barometric pressure changes – more discomfort – I am fine – Thanks!!!

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      1. It was business not pleasure or friendship based. Colleagues, professional, business dinner at an associates home for privacy &/or to help create a conducive atmosphere
        my guess

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    Catholicus Romanus@CatholicusRoman
    Posted in Free Speech

    Twitter suspends Spanish party for accusing socialist rivals of promoting pedophilia
    Twitter suspended the social media account of Vox, the only pro-life, pro-family party currently represented in Spain’s parliament.

    Twitter suspends Spanish party for accusing socialist rivals of promoting pedophilia
    Twitter suspended the social media account of Vox, the only pro-life, pro-family party currently represented in Spain’s parliament.

    Embed code test:

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  11. for only $3, you can buy a chance to win one of the Lost Corvettes!!!

    Imagine winning 36 Corvettes – one each from the first 36 years of the iconic sports car’s history, beginning in 1953.

    That’s exactly what happened to Dennis Amodeo in 1989, when he won cable TV network VH1’s contest to give away all of the ‘Vettes to one person. Two million people entered the contest, and the Long Island carpenter was the winner.

    Soon after, he sold the vehicles to German-American artist Peter Max, and the cars ended up store in New York City garages for the next few decades.

    Now, the cars, which came to be known as the “lost Corvettes” since they were hidden from public view for so long, will be given away again – this time to 36 different winners – in a sweepstakes to benefit the National Guard Education Fund.

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  12. Brexit — Remainers and Leavers re-organise for the year:

    1/ Remainers are getting Soros funds:

    2/ Leavers are staying on, unlike in 2016 after the referendum:


  13. NYC Mayor being sued for $1 BILLION in connection with his sanctuary/ non compliance with ICE detainers and the murder/rape of the 92 yr old woman.

    New York City- He’s being sued for $1 billion over the rape and murder of an elderly woman. And it’s going to get interesting.

    The suit indicates that D&A Investigations Inc. (Fla) represents victims of a $1 billion claim against Bill de Blasio aka Warren Wilhelm, (Individually) Mayor of New York City, and the City of New York (Sovereign entity) conspired to attack, rape and murder 92-year-old Maria Fuertes.

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    1. ALRIGHT!!! 🙌 🎉 🎈 🎆 🥂


      “Section 242 of Title 18 makes it a crime for a person acting under color of any law to willfully deprive a person of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States….

      It is not necessary that the crime be motivated by animus toward the race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin of the victim.

      The offense is punishable by a range of imprisonment up to a life term, or the death penalty, depending upon the circumstances of the crime, and the resulting injury, if any.”

      Accessory Before The Fact

      “A person who aids, abets, or encourages another to commit a crime but who is not present at the scene. An accessory before the fact, like an accomplice, may be held criminally liable to the same extent as the principal. Many jurisdictions refer to an accessory before the fact as an accomplice.”

      21-year-old Reeaz Khan ALREADY HAD a history of violence.

      January 19, 2020
      …Khan is a Guyanese national who was in the country illegally. Additionally, Khan had a violent criminal record. He was arrested in November after stabbing his own father [with a broken coffee cup.] While he was detained, immigration enforcement ordered Khan to be detained. Had the NYPD followed the detainer order, Khan would have been turned over to ICE. Instead, pursuant to de Blasio’s “sanctuary city” policy, the alleged violent criminal was released back into the streets….

      So he was arrested and then released instead of held without bail or being turned over to ICE.

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  14. Donald J. Trump Retweeted

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    1. And Vindman’s brother is the one who clears such communications.
      Yeah, right…………

      Things that Miss Daughn does not believe:
      1. Adam Schiff is motivated by honorable intentions.

      2. Stormy Daniels slept with the President in 2006, didn’t tell anyone, waited for 10yrs, didn’t go to Gloria Alred or cash in with a Hillary donor……no…… instead waited for Michael Avenatti……… and settle for 130K.
      BECAUSE = If it had been me, I wouldn’t take less than 10 million, and sure as heck, Michael Avenatti would have asked for 10 million.

      3. The President told John Bolton, in a private conversation with no one else there, that he wanted to hold Ukraine aid to make sure they investigated Biden corruption, as Trump was worried about running against Biden in 2020.
      BECAUSE = You don’t tell 9/10 people one thing, and ONE person something completely different. Goes against human nature AND President Trump was rarely alone with Bolton – he was on his way out by then.
      BECAUSE = Biden was a joke, especially in the beginning of his campaign, and not expected to go the distance, last person in the world Trump would be worried about running against would be Biden.

      4. Anonymous sources quoted by the NYTimes and WaPost.

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      1. Last,
        Biden already had the handsy grabby problem WAY OUT FRONT and center.

        Nov 14, 2017 DISGUSTING VIDEOS Show Joe Biden Groping Little Girls…Watch Girls Elbow Biden To Keep His Hands Off Their Breasts

        The first girl is a niece of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky (R). The girl with the sharp elbow is apparently a relative of freshman Senator Steve Daines of Montana (R).

        An enlarged image from C-SPAN shows Biden’s hand sliding over the chest of McConnell’s niece…”

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    1. Note that we are seeing more and more news leak out about Pedo… I still think that THIS is what will bring the cabal down. The corruption is just the icing on the cake.

      Do you think ‘suburban house wives’ with children (or their husbands) are going to VOTE for baby R*A*P*E*R*S?

      76,000 kids A DAY sold in Texas, over 1/2 million in the USA
      Average age is 12 years
      Live expectancy 7 years even if rescued.
      Only 2% can function in society.
      Rescued TWO YEAR OLD – 34 man in 36 days:

      White Children Groomed, Branded Like Cattle & Sold for Sex by Gangs in Tampa:

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  17. So if you guys see Tonawanda, congratulate him. His excellent work earned him a personalized thank you note from Pres Trump on a great photo. My friend is a very bright guy and extremely modest. I am not allowed to tell you the context of his work but he is a great resource – subject matter expert.

    Anyways great job Tona and I am jealous!

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      1. it would probably dox Tona to do so…

        I am happy knowing he was recognized…

        Ed, you’re a great guy for bringing that to our attention… (well, you’re a great guy anyway 😉 )

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  18. I’ll cross post this information because there are comments on this on two different threads.

    Bolton’s book is due out March 17. The title is “The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir.” Publisher is Simon & Schuster, one of the big five.

    This is Bolton’s third book. The first two are:

    Surrender Is Not an Option: Defending America at the United Nations

    How Barack Obama is Endangering our National Sovereignty: How Global Warming Hysteria Leads to Bad Science, Pandering Politicians and Misguided Policies That (Encounter Broadsides)

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    1. Simple answer YES!!!

      We HAD the methods back in the 1970s to help people help themselves. To ‘Teach Them To FISH’

      Fifty years later nothing much has changed so WHY toss good money after bad? LEAVE CHARITY TO THE CHURCHES!

      From Chiefio: A story about reversing desertification, description of a legume tree that helps, and of an Agronomy System that can change poor rural lives. Leucaena leucocephala collection of links

      Back in the ’70s or so I saw an article…. It was an Indian (as in India) name, and they tend to ‘runtogetherforme’ … I think the article might have been in Mother Earth News, or perhaps something more technical….

      The basic thrust of the article was about a place in India where there was a lot of “Desertification” happening.

      ….What “stuck in my brain” were the method, and a strong visual of the location. They had “before” and “after” pictures of the same location with The Good Doctor seated in the same place. Just “night and day”….

      I also remember seeing this information in the late 1960s early 1970s. HOWEVER it does not help the DE-POPULATION goals of the Elite.

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      1. The de-population goals of the elite – are for their own benefit – they could care less if you prove them wrong – their goal is to have enough ‘slaves’ to serve them – it is easier to control a small group of people than to control millions around the world –

        So many things have come to light – that will astonish the masses – but, they will not allow them to be released – perhaps PT will release them one by one – dunno

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      1. Wow, still amazing it happened.
        The two who gave me my Menorah were both in Auschwitz.
        Parents of a guy I dated.
        I still light it. Me, the Presbyterian. Least I can do.

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          1. One of those experiences you can’t forget.
            And important for us all to remember.

            You should see me trying to explain it to little Baptist kids in Mississippi every year. I’m getting better.

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