Washington’s Hacking Hysteria Explained by Freud


Excerpt from RT.com

The point is that the US has made a virtue of interfering in the internal affairs of other countries over generations – supporting and/or organizing military coups, election fraud, and covertly funding political campaigns, groups, and parties all over the world in line with its own strategic and geopolitical interests.

US author and historian William Blum puts it’s like this: “The United States is not concerned with this thing called ‘democracy,’ no matter how many times every American president uses the word each time he opens his mouth… Since 1945 the US has attempted to overthrow more than fifty governments, most of which were democratically elected, and grossly interfered in democratic elections in at least thirty countries.”

Turning to the specific allegations and the resulting hysteria whipped up over Russia’s alleged role in hacking the servers of officials within the Democratic Party, no concrete evidence for this has yet been provided. All we’ve had instead is bald assertion. On the other side of the argument, meanwhile, contradicting the hacking allegations, we have former UK Ambassador Craig Murray, founder of WikiLeaks Julian Assange, former CIA officer Ray McGovern, along with a group of former US intelligence officers and officials known as Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS). All of the aforementioned claim that the emails in question were not hacked by Russia – they were leaked from within Washington.

In a recent interview with Sean Hannity of Fox News, when asked if Russia or anybody associated with Russia provided WikiLeaks with the emails, Julian Assange stated that “Our source is not a state party. So the answer for our interactions is no.”

Later in the same interview, Hannity asked him: “Can you say to the American people unequivocally that you did not get this information about the DNC, John Podesta’s emails – can you tell the American people 1,000 percent you did not get it from Russia?” To which Assange replied: “We can say and we have said repeatedly over the last two months that our source is not the Russian government and it is not a state party.”

So this leaves us pondering the motive behind the allegations being leveled at Russia. In so doing, it is hard to escape the Freudian concept of psychological projection; in other words, the “operation of expelling feelings or wishes the individual finds wholly unacceptable – too shameful, too obscene, too dangerous – by attributing them to another.”

Given its long and shameful history of interference in the democracy and internal and sovereign affairs of other countries, are we witnessing a discredited and exposed Washington machine projecting the same shameful activity onto Russia?

It is a question that answers itself.

At the university, the administration constantly accused the faculty of lying. Why was that? The administration constantly lied. They believed the worse in others because it was so deeply embedded in them.

Democrats and SJWs Protest Congressional Vote Count Certifying Trump as POTUS

Fun! Watch black a** wipes in Congress and SJWs make utter fools of themselves.

VP Joe Biden does his best to keep the proceedings legit.

Read the story at Sky News.

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Desperate Hollywood Makes New Video Demonizing Trump

Sally Field? Is she still alive? LOL!

Who are these people? No one gives a sh*t what they have to say.

From the youtube information box:

Published on Jan 3, 2017

Enlightened celebrity thought leaders warn Congress about what a dire threat Trump is to the nation.

1. Ai-jen Poo
2. Bishop Gene Robinson
3. Bruce Ratner
4. Chris Burbank
5. Imam Khalid Latif
6. Jeffrey Wright
7. Reverend Dr. Jacqui Lewis
8. Janet Mock
9. Keegan-Michael Key
10. Lea DeLaria
11. Naeem Khan
12. Rabbi David Ingber
13. Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum
14. Rosie Perez
15. Sally Field
16. Steve Buscemi
17. Tavi Gevinson
18. Toure
19. Yasmeen Hassan
20. Zoe Kazan

Excerpt from New York Post

“I’m mad, flabbergasted, furious, concerned for my children. I’m worried for everyone,” runs part of the new lecture.

And: “The majority of Americans, regardless of who they voted for, did not vote for racism, for sexism or for xenophobia. And yet, Donald Trump won.” Maybe because non-politically-correct voters realized his policies aren’t racist, sexist or xenophobic?

Then the appeal to Dems in Congress: “We demand that you block nominees who threaten the rights of women, the LGBT community, people of color, immigrants and the poor.” And they clearly think that means every Trump pick.

Maybe Hollywood will have more luck preaching only to elected Democrats than it did in haranguing everyone. If not, perhaps the stars will give the nation a break and stick to their day jobs for a while.

Rosie O’Donnell calls on liberals to stand up and scream ‘not my president’

Rosie O’Donnell isn’t backing down from her criticism of Donald Trump simply because the Electoral College put the official stamp on the election results. If anything, Monday’s results prompted her to speak up more.

O’Donnell took to Twitter to voice her dissatisfaction and call on fellow Democrats to stand up and say “NOT MY PRESIDENT.”

In response to a woman calling for an anti-Trump inauguration, she wrote, “no one go – film urself – periscope STANDING keep saying ‘NOT MY PRESIDENT – LIFE – WITH MILLIONS OF OTHERS.”

In the same series of tweets, she encouraged her followers to boycott the inauguration.

She also shared an empowering quote by Norman Cousins encouraging people to act, writing, “There is nothing more powerful than an individual acting out of conscience.”

O’Donnell is certainly proving she has no intention of backing down now that there is officially no chance of changing the election results.

Watch this 2 minutes of video talking honestly about Rosie. This is our POTUS. We finally have a winner!!!


Jewish CBS News Reporter Wants Trump DEAD

The Tweet speaks for itself. Here’s a Mark Dice video that offers some additional background on Leavitt and the story. Specifically, Mark goes into other death threats made by liberals against the President-elect.

As of this writing, I can find no evidence that Tweeter Leavitt has been fired or even disciplined.

BOYCOTT: #DumpKelloggs was #1 Trending on Twitter on Wednesday

Link to earlier Kellogg’s post on saboteur365.

When Kellogg’s decided to go public with politically correct reasoning for dropping the company’s advertising from conservative news site breitbart, it made a huge error.

We deplorables, who make up about half the country, don’t have to buy their products. There are alternatives.

You can see that Breitbart News matters. I sent this information to one of the most popular conservative Tweeters on the Internet:

All of us on the alt-right or even old-fashioned conservatives and patriots should boycott Kellogg’s products. Please think about doing so, especially if you have children.

To be clear about why this is important.

It looks like we’ve already laid some hurt on them, but there’s going to be more.

I like to post a little yellow sticky note on Kellogg’s boxes with the message: Deplorables boycott Kellogg’s.

Do what you can. Companies need to be taught a lesson. Bringing down a big boy like Kellogg’s will be a real victory.

Kellogg Pulls Ads From Breitbart Amid Hate-Speech Concerns

Andrew Anglin’s Daily Stormer has never been able to get ads. The mild Breitbart news site is now losing ads. Alex Jones pushes various nutritional supplements in ads, but no mainstream products.

Maybe advertising is a gauge of how much truth a site exposes. While Breitbart is mild in its words, it is extreme in revealing truths, at least about some things.

Breitbart’s big sin has been in working toward truthfully reporting on Donald Trump, thus offsetting the likes of the Washington Post and New York Times.


Kellogg Co. is pulling its ads from the website Breitbart News, the right-wing news organization whose former chairman Steve Bannon was tapped as a top adviser to President-elect Donald Trump.

Brands that advertise on Breitbart have drawn flak in recent weeks, with activists saying the website espouses racist and anti-Semitic views. A screen shot showing an advertisement for Kellogg’s Frosted Mini Wheats was part of an online campaign to get marketers to abandon the site.

“We regularly work with our media-buying partners to ensure our ads do not appear on sites that aren’t aligned with our values as a company,” said Kris Charles, a spokeswoman for Kellogg, which also makes Frosted Flakes and Special K cereal. “We recently reviewed the list of sites where our ads can be placed and decided to discontinue advertising on Breitbart.com. We are working to remove our ads from that site.”

Kellogg decided to “blacklist” Breitbart from the websites where its products appear after being contacted by customers who saw ads for Frosted Flakes and Frosted Mini Wheats, according to Charles.

AppNexus Inc., one of the biggest digital advertising services, barred Breitbart from using its ad-serving tools earlier this month because it felt the publisher violated its hate-speech rules.

AppNexus scrutinized Breitbart’s website after Bannon was given the White House post. The digital ad firm decided the publication had breached a policy against content that incites violence, according to a spokesman for the company. Kellogg declined to name the third-party company that places its digital ads.

Kellogg is the latest major brand to pull its online advertising from the news site. Other companies — including Allstate, Nest, EarthLink, Warby Parker and SoFi — have also blacklisted Breitbart from showing their ads, according to Digiday.

A spokeswoman for Breitbart didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. Breitbart News Network Chief Executive Officer Larry Solov said in an e-mailed statement to Bloomberg earlier this month that Breitbart “has always and continues to condemn racism and bigotry in any form.”

The site had 19.2 million unique monthly U.S. visitors in October, up from 12.9 million a year ago, according to ComScore Inc. Breitbart doesn’t rely on subscriptions, suggesting that advertising is a major source of revenue.

Breitbart has been widely criticized for incendiary articles, such as one that warns of “Muslim invaders” and another that dubs conservative thinker Bill Kristol a “Renegade Jew.” One headline offered this fix for online harassment: “Women should log off.” The site’s profile has risen since Trump tapped Bannon to be White House chief strategist earlier this month.

Not all brands are shying away from advertising on Breitbart, though. After a screenshot showed a Nissan ad on the website, the automaker said in a statement that it “places ads in a variety of sites in order to reach as many consumers as possible.”