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Climate change, formerly called global warming, is primarily a political concept. It’s purpose is to allow (((the power elites))) greater control over earth’s population via a “do-gooder” concept of government. In other words the public is led to believe that it must give up it’s wealth and its freedom or else life on earth will be extinguished.
At this point in the life cycle of filmmaker Michael Moore, it should be clear to any alert person that Moore is a shill for the globalist New World Order Deep State, while affecting an image of the common man.
His act has grown wearisome. He’s past his expiration date. If I were him, I’d be worried that my masters were about to pull the plug on me.
Filmmaker Michael Moore lashed out at President Donald Trump’s easing of Obama administration energy regulations – asserting it will trigger the “extinction of human life.”
Moore’s dramatic declaration came in a tweet storm following Trump’s order Tuesday rolling back regulations to curb carbon emissions.
Trump has called global warming a “hoax” invented by the Chinese, and has repeatedly criticized the power-plant rule as an attack on American workers and the U.S. coal industry.
“Historians in the near future will mark today, March 28, 2017, as the day the extinction of human life on earth began,” Moore tweeted, adding the Environmental Protection Agency has been prevented from focusing on “climate change.”
Moore, who predicted Trump would win the White House, is now focused on resistance to his agenda.
I’m confused. Which one is which? Is that James Brown in the top photo or is it Maxine Waters?
I guess Bill O’Reilly was right.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) on Tuesday blasted Fox News host Bill O’Reilly for mocking her hair as a “James Brown wig,” saying she won’t be deterred by such comments.
“I am a strong black woman and I cannot be intimidated,” she told host Chris Hayes on MSNBC’s “All In.” “I cannot be undermined. I cannot be thought to be afraid of Bill O’Reilly or anybody.”
“And I’d like to say to women out there everywhere – don’t allow these right-wing talking heads, these dishonorable people, to intimidate you or scare you.”
O’Reilly said earlier Tuesday he “didn’t hear a word” of Waters’s remarks on the House floor the day before because of her hair.
“I didn’t hear a word [Waters] said,” he said on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends.” “I was looking at the James Brown wig. If we have a picture of James, it’s the same wig.”
“I love James Brown, but it’s the same hair, James Brown — alright, the ‘Godfather of Soul,’ had,” O’Reilly continued, referring to the legendary singer who died in December 2006.
O’Reilly was reacting to Waters’s remarks Monday questioning the patriotism of President Trump’s supporters.
“[African-Americans] fight against this president, and we point out how dangerous he is for this society and for this country, we’re fighting for the democracy,” she said on the House floor.
The story goes on to say that Bill O has apologized to the strong, independent Maxine. The apology doesn’t bother me a bit because it’s doubtful that O’Reilly was sincere about it.
Sorry guys. I let you down. I somehow missed this story when it broke last November.
Attractive white Detroit news anchor Lauren Podell resigned from her job after reportedly using the word “Nigger” in a private conversation with a station co-worker.
As you know, in politically correct America, there is no greater sin than expressing criticism of blacks, or as we down to earth folks like to call them, Niggers.
Even the Nigger Detroit police chief weighed in on Lauren’s thought crime.
You know that the left would like to see the use of the so-called N-word (what are we, babies?) criminalized. Lauren might be doing prison time in certain Western countries for her indiscretion.
They say it’s not enough that WDIV-Channel 4 reporter Lauren Podell has resigned over a racist slur she uttered off the air, months ago. Protesters want a boycott.
Among those at the protest were political activist Sam Riddle, the former chief of staff to former Detroit City Councilwoman Monica Conyers, both of whom served time in prison after being convicted in a bribery scheme.
Podell did not respond to a voicemail left Thursday on her cell phone. In WDIV’s e-mail sent Monday to Rideout, Drutz said she was “very sorry that this happened.” She said that the incident took place six months ago, and that “it was investigated swiftly and thoroughly and appropriate action was taken.”
Although Drutz did not mention Podell by name, by Wednesday Podell had resigned, said Jamie Walters, WDIV’s Creative Services & Programming director. The station had no further comment on Thursday, Walters said in an e-mail. Drutz did not respond to a voicemail request for comment. The station has removed Podell’s bio from its website.
Podell, the daughter of longtime WCSX-FM (94.7) radio DJ Doug Podell, is a nine-year veteran of WDIV. She is a graduate of Oakland University and began her stint at WDIV as its traffic reporter.
Rideout said Podell’s alleged use of the N-word came to his attention only a few days ago. That’s when Rideout’s friend, Riddle, posted what Riddle said he’d recently heard “from unimpeachable, multiple sources in the media” that Podell had told a coworker. The posting referred to Podell’s alleged use of the N-word in referring to not wanting to cover certain stories.
Drutz implied in her e-mail that the alleged quote was not entirely accurate. She wrote that “a situation did occur more than six months ago, when an unacceptable off-air comment was made by a reporter in front of a coworker, but not as quoted on social media.”
Drutz told the Free Press on Tuesday that the incident occurred last March.
“As also mentioned, the original social media post was not an accurate quote and it suggested that our reporter made those specific remarks on-air. This is untrue. You also asked if any action was taken against her and yes, action was taken,” Drutz said. “However, as you can understand, this is a personnel matter.”
Riddle said Thursday that he had “posted the approximate language used by a well-known WDIV reporter.”
Rideout gained media coverage over the summer for leading anti-Donald Trump protests. This week, the activist pastor, also known for leading picket lines at fast-food restaurants in support of a higher minimum wage, said he saw a link between Podell’s alleged comments and the attitude of intolerance fostered in this election year.
“In the Trump-orchestrated era that we’re in now, this is a dehumanizing word of torment. That’s why, even though she resigned, we’re still going to protest” on Thursday, Rideout said.
“She is a news reporter and supposed to be concerned about the community. If you’re going to work with black people, Latinos, Jews, what have you, you’re supposed to be able to work without bias,” he said.
An upset Negro posted this video which has over 400,000 views. Watch the Police Chief weigh in and more.
As one comment at youtube noted, blacks get more upset when a white person says Nigger than when blacks kill other blacks.
My understanding is the the word refers to the Niger River, which is an area in Africa where the ancestors of many American blacks came from.
Read Lauren’s Father’s Day tribute to her dad here.
That’s her with Dad and Mom in the picture below.
Saboteur365 covered some of the fallout from Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon’s lack of self control in a bar. That was when the video of Mixon’s violence was released to the public in December, 2016.
Now he wants to play professional feetsball and cash in.
We’ve speculated for months now that Oklahoma RB Joe Mixon, the ultra-talented runner who was seen on video punching a woman in the face in 2014, will be drafted higher than people expect.
The punched girl’s name is Amelia Molitor. She was a student at the university, like Mixon. when he punched her out.
But there’s at least one team with a late first-round pick that reportedly has no designs on drafting the controversial player. According to Miami Herald’s Armando Salguero, who spoke to multiple people with the organization, there is a “zero percent chance” the team takes Mixon.
That would be in Round 1, Round 2 or any other round, apparently.
The Dolphins are a team on the verge, but they apparently are not willing to bend on their scruples to take a player with first-round talent but also major character concerns. It’s not clear if this is a mandate from owner Stephen Ross or something that the Dolphins’ personnel department decided on its own.
It’s also not clear when this was decided. The Dolphins were one of many teams at Oklahoma’s pro day, but it’s not known if they met with him there or elsewhere (Mixon was not invited to the NFL scouting combine) and crossed him off their list recently or have felt this way for some time now.
Four bones were fractured in Amelia’s face. Our ancestors would have rightfully lynched Mixon and the police would have looked the other way.
SI reports that Mixon claims he was called a racial slur after he tried to get Amelia to have sex with him, while Amelia claims her male friend was called a gay slur.
There’s three simple words that would have avoided the trouble: Avoid the groid.
“In her police interview, Ms. Molitor herself admits her memories of the night are hazy and scattered. Eyewitnesses report that Ms. Molitor was belligerent and apparently inebriated,” Johnson said.
“When I said I would never in a million years go anywhere with you, he goes, ‘Oh, so you’d rather go home with that f—ing f—-t?'” Molitor said in the police interview. “I got really mad, so I faced Joe and was like, ‘Don’t f— with me. Do not mess with my friend. Just stop. Go away.’ And he was like, ‘Oh, you’re a bad b—-, what are you going to do about it?'”
In the video, Molitor can be seen lunging at Mixon and slapping him. Mixon punched Molitor, fracturing four bones in her face.
Mixon was suspended for the entire 2014 season after being charged with a misdemeanor after hitting Molitor at a sandwich shop near campus. He later apologized to Molitor.
Feeling inspired, goyim?
Excerpt from Wikipedia
As a freelance writer, Roddenberry wrote scripts for Highway Patrol, Have Gun–Will Travel, and other series, before creating and producing his own television series The Lieutenant. In 1964, Roddenberry created Star Trek, which premiered in 1966 and ran for three seasons before being canceled. He then worked on other projects, including a string of failed television pilots. The syndication of Star Trek led to its growing popularity; this, in turn, resulted in the Star Trek feature films, on which Roddenberry continued to produce and consult. In 1987, the sequel series Star Trek: The Next Generation began airing on television in first-run syndication; Roddenberry was heavily involved in the initial development of the series, but took a less active role after the first season due to ill health. He continued to consult on the series until his death in 1991.
Vulcan saves human:
Fire up the troops and then pull the rug out from underneath them.
Isn’t that a strategy that controlled opposition would use to demoralize the troops?
That’s what alex Jones has just done.
Interestingly, leftist Raw Story reports that the 60 Minutes interview with Mike Cernovich on Sunday night (see my earlier post on Cernovich by scrolling down the homepage) included a segment where 60 Minutes tries to debunk #pizzagate.
First, the story.
Longtime conspiracy theorist and propagator Alex Jones has apologized to the Washington, D.C. pizzeria Comet Ping Pong and its owner James Alefantis for his show’s role in promoting the false “pizzagate” conspiracy theory involving a child sex-abuse ring.
Jones, the host of the radio and web show bearing his name and the owner of the website Infowars, said from a prepared statement that to his knowledge, “neither Mr. Alefantis, nor his restaurant Comet Ping Pong, were involved in any human trafficking as was part of the theories about Pizzagate that were being written about in many media outlets and which we commented upon.”
He continued: “I want our viewers and listeners to know that we regret any negative impact our commentaries may have had on Mr. Alefantis, Comet Ping Pong, or its employees. We apologize to the extent our commentaries could be construed as negative statements about Mr. Alefantis or Comet Ping Pong, and we hope that anyone else involved in commenting on Pizzagate will do the same thing.”
Jones’ apology Friday came the same day a 28-year-old man pleaded guilty to charges related to a December incident when he brought an AR-15 rifle and other weapons into the restaurant and fired shots inside. Edgar Maddison Welch, of Salisbury, N.C., said he drove from his home to the Washington restaurant to “self-investigate” the conspiracy theory.
False rumors on the Internet included allegations that a child sex ring was operating out of the restaurant’s nonexistent basement and that it involved Hillary Clinton and her former campaign chairman John Podesta. Employees of Comet have received many threatening phone calls and have been the targets of online harassment and death threats.
The Daily Beast reported that Welch was a Facebook fan of Jones and Infowars, and Welch told The New York Times he had listened to Jones’ radio show.
Multiple times in the statement, Jones says that “many media outlets” were reporting on the theories; it could be seen as an attempt to minimize the role his show played in their promotion.
Despite Jones’ claim that the reason for the apology is because “we think it is the right thing to do,” it may have more to do with the perceived threat of legal action from Alefantis, who wrote to Jones in February asking for several retractions. The Washington Post’s Paul Farhi explains:
“Under Texas law, the Austin-based Jones had to retract or apologize for the stories by Friday — one full month after receiving Alefantis’s letter — to avoid exposing InfoWars to punitive damages in a libel suit.”
It’s rare for Jones to make a public apology. The Infowars website has a correction section. There are only two entries, of which the Comet apology is one.
Infowars describes the mission of Jones and the website as “seeking the truth and exposing the scientifically engineered lies of the globalists and their ultimate goal of enslaving humanity.”
NPR’s David Folkenflik noted other conspiracy theories Jones has discussed:
“Jones has claimed the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks were an inside job, that the deadly shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School was a hoax, and that President Obama would round up people into concentration camps.”
Jones was not the originator of “pizzagate,” however, which has spread on social media and on sites like Reddit.
Even after its wide debunking by most mainstream media outlets, “pizzagate” continues, as evidenced by the small group of protesters who gathered near the White House on Saturday:
The Hill’s Will Sommer reports that Jones’ apology isn’t enough to sway the hard-core believers:
Social psychology professor Viren Swami of Anglia Ruskin University told NPR’s Michel Martin that it’s hard to change someone’s belief once that person accepts a conspiracy theory. “We look for evidence that fits what we already know or what we already believe, and we try to avoid information or evidence that we either disagree with or that we know doesn’t fit with our perspective,” he said. “And if someone comes along and says, here’s the evidence, your natural tendency’s actually to rehearse arguments against that evidence.”
A lawsuit by Alefantis? That seems highly unlikely. It would expose things related to the John Podesta emails that Podesta would not want exposed.
Forget about the idea that #pizzagate has been debunked, as claimed in the article. For something to be debunked, there must be an investigation. There has been no investigation of the bizarre goings on at Comet pizza.
And why hasn’t Alefantis gone after David Seaman, the subject of an earlier post (scroll down on the homepage from this post). Seaman has brutally exposed the Podesta emails to a large audience of his followers.
If anything, Seaman has more street cred than Jones, who is widely seen as controlled opposition. Seaman suffers the same labeling, but his focus in life is almost solely on #pizzagate, unlike Jones who spreads himself across numerous issues.