Reagan-Era Soviet Defector Yuri Bezmenov Understood the Threats to the West and Warned Us

The Soviet Union may have ceased to exist but the idea of Communism hasn’t. Egalitarianism is the Trojan horse that has brought America on the verge of ruination.

Two videos featuring an interview with Soviet defector Yuri Bezmenov are embedded in this post. One is relatively short, the other is longer, but more in depth.

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Ideological subversion is the process which is legitimate and open. You can see it with your own eyes…. It has nothing to do with espionage.

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NY Daily News Profiles Immigrant Freaks, Calling Them Modern PILGRIMS

THE NEWS CALLS THIS “MARRIED” COUPLE AMERICA’S MODERN PILGRIMS.

None of the f*cks featured in the NY Daily News story linked below should be dignified by calling them pilgrims.

The pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock. These fruits landed in a gay bar or something.

Excerpt from the New York Daily News

Forget turkey and all the trimmings. This Thanksgiving, these Americans are just hungry for the chance to start living their dream as new U.S. citizens.

They have withstood a barrage of brutal and unrelenting anti-immigrant rhetoric for more than a year:

Build the border wall.

Crack down on sanctuary cities.

Block migrants from certain Muslim-majority nations.

Amid it all, there have been protests and counterprotests, controversial executive orders and a flurry of lawsuits and last-minute court rulings.

The Daily News talked to a handful of modern-day pilgrims to gauge their thoughts on life in the U.S. amid the turbulent climate.

Here are their stories.

Dylan Akdeniz, 32, Turkey

Akdeniz has a whole lot to be thankful for, starting with his freedom.

The 32-year-old flight attendant no longer has to worry about facing possible persecution in his homeland for being gay.

“One of the reasons I moved to the United States is that people have more freedom to be themselves,” said Akdeniz, who hails from the southern coastal city of Adana. “Just being yourself and being gay. In my country, it’s not illegal, but it’s not accepted.”

Akdeniz lives in Tottenville, Staten Island, with his husband.

This year, he plans to reflect on his coveted new status.

“It was a sense of achievement. It was something I always wanted,” the jet-setting Akdeniz said of attaining citizenship. “It was somewhat emotional. I saw people on their knees crying when they got their passports.”

As a citizen, he was able to sponsor his South African partner, now husband, to come to the country. The couple married in June.

Akdeniz will be enjoying Thanksgiving with friends and colleagues in Staten Island, where he said he’s surrounded by a large community of gay flight attendants. He’s planning to treat them to a Turkish treat called ravani, a sponge cake in syrup.

“I know things are changing in this country for the worse,” he said, “but I’m just excited to be a part of the American society and the American people.”

Things are changing in America for the worse, as the Muslim fudge packer says. It’s because pukes like him are stinking up the country, turning it into the third world hellholes they come from.

There are more depressing profiles of “pilgrims” at the source. Meanwhile, here are some depressing numbers.

Fast facts on citizenship

Last year, more than 972,000 people applied for U.S. citizenship, and more than 753,000 were granted it — marking a 3% jump from the year before.

In 2015, 783,000 people sought citizenship. Of those, more than 730,000 were successful in their bids to become full-fledged Americans.

In New York, Newark and Jersey City, more than 122,000 people were sworn in as U.S. citizens during 2016.

The four-step path to naturalization entails submitting an application, undergoing background checks and fingerprinting, taking the civics test and being interviewed and taking the Naturalization Oath of Allegiance. New Americans receive a certificate of citizenship.

If it were possible to travel back in time and track down Ted Kennedy and the rest who voted to make the United States what it was not intended to be, and murder them all, I’d gladly become a mass murderer.

THE REAL PILGRIMS.

Psyop: Obama Shows Up for Jury Duty, Not Selected

The Deep State wants you to think that all its inhabitants are equal in a sense. So the last three presidents have gotten the call to show up at the courthouse for jury duty. None of them have been selected to serve on a jury, but appearances have been maintained that this is a democracy and even Obama and America’s other ex’s are just like us.

It’s a psyop. It’s propaganda. Treat it as the joke that it is.

Associated Press

CHICAGO (AP) — Former President Barack Obama, free of a job that forced him to move to Washington for eight years, showed up to a downtown Chicago courthouse for jury duty on Wednesday morning. Then he heard the words most prospective jurors pray for: You’re dismissed.

The 44th president’s motorcade — considerably shorter than the one when he lived in the White House — left his home in the Kenwood neighborhood on the city’s South Side and arrived at the Richard J. Daley Center shortly after 10 a.m.

Obama — wearing a dark sport coat, dress shirt, but without a tie — waved to people who gathered outside.

Shortly before noon, Cook County Chief Judge Timothy Evans told reporters that the former president had not been selected for jury duty. But Obama was ready to serve if told to do so, Evans said.

In fact, Obama was also summoned in 2010 but that was during the period when he was the most powerful leader in the world, and he was able to postpone reporting, according to his spokeswoman, Katie Hill.

On Wednesday, Obama did get the prospective juror experience of sitting through a decades-old, 20-minute video in which Lester Holt— now the anchor of NBC Nightly News but back then on local news —explained the ins and outs of jury duty.

Obama’s experience was a bit different than the others who watched the video. When he arrived there was a feeding frenzy as crowds of people inside the courthouse took photos and videos of the former president. As happens most days, would-be jurors brought books, but on Wednesday some people brought books Obama had authored in hopes he might sign them. He obliged them and posed for photographs, Evans said.

“Look at this. Did you know I was coming?” he asked one man who held a copy of Obama’s “Dreams From My Father.”

Thomas Pearson, who took the video and called the experience of shaking hands with Obama “the best thing I experienced in my entire life,” said he wasn’t going to show up for jury duty until his mother texted him that Obama would be there.

For his troubles, Obama is in line to receive $17.20 — the daily rate of pay for performing this civic duty. Hill said that the former president would donate it to Cook County.

Obama is the highest-ranking former public official to be called to jury duty in Chicago. But he is not the first former president to be called to jury duty. In 2015, former President George W. Bush answered the jury duty call in Dallas. He was not selected to sit on a jury. And in 2003, former President Bill Clinton reported for jury duty in federal court in New York City. He also was not selected.

Only an idiot would claim that meeting Obama (or any ex-president for that matter) is some great event in his life.

I’m shaking my head at that one.

And if the guy hadn’t shown up for jury duty, around here they come and arrest you I believe. I could be wrong about that, but I have a strong recollection that bad things happen to you if you ignore the call in Texas.

Negro Tranny Wins City Council Seat in Minnesota

“ANDREA” JENKINS. THE LADY HAS A WEE WEE.

On Tuesday night I posted the story of a white tranny who won public office in Virginia. Since then, we’ve learned that another tranny has won public office.

New York Daily News

Andrea Jenkins won a seat on the Minneapolis City Council, becoming the first openly transgender person of color ever elected to public office in the U.S.

Jenkins, a former policy aide to two city council members, captured 73% of the votes to win Minneapolis’ Eight Ward over three other candidates Tuesday night.

Jenkins picked up endorsements from the Minneapolis Star Tribune as well as Congressman Keith Ellison while running a campaign emphasizing affordable housing, raising the minimum wage and fair policing.

MUH NIGGA’S GOIN’ BALD.

I’m going to guess that Ward Eight is at least 73 percent Nogs. Do they even know milady has a ****?

“As an African American trans-identified woman, I know firsthand the feeling of being marginalized, left out, thrown under the bus. Those days are over. We don’t just want a seat at the table, we want to set the table,” Jenkins said in her victory speech, according to KMSP.

Jenkins, who is also an award-winning poet, writer, and performance artist, makes history alongside Danica Roem, a transgender woman who won a seat in Virginia’s legislature.

Roem has become the first openly transgender person to serve in the House of Delegates after defeating Republican incumbent Del. Bob Marshall.

Our Jewish friends in the psychiatric profession (aka the headshrinkers) tell us that it’s perfectly OK to fall into degeneracy and perversion of all kinds. Their promotion of trannies into prominence has been remarkably successful.

If “Andrea” leads more Negros into faggotry, then who am I to criticize “her.” Every Negro who goes full blown tranny is one less Negro who’s going to breed and one more Negro likely to come down with AIDs.

That’s the silver lining to the dark cloud in this story.

Disgusting Tranny Headed to Virginia State Legislature, Highlighting American Degeneracy

“DANICA” ROEM. WILL BE MAKING THE LAWS OF VIRGINIA.

DEGENERATES.

In newsrooms across the USA tonight, they’re breaking out the bottles of champagne.

The plot to transform America took a giant leap forward on Tuesday night with the election of a male-to-female transgender individual to the Virginia state legislature.

Making matters worse is that “she” defeated a longtime office holder who openly fought allowing sick men in dresses into women’s restrooms.

NBC Washington

Danica Roem, a journalist turned public works advocate, has won Virginia’s 13th District House of Delegates seat, making her the state’s first transgender legislator.

Roem beat out the district’s 26-year incumbent, conservative values and government transparency champion Bob Marshall.

The race attracted national attention as Marshall, a conservative who proposed a bill restricting which bathrooms transgender people could use, faced off against the transgender stepmother who plays in a metal band.

The district also found itself in the spotlight as one of a few Republican-governed areas that voted for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential race.

Roem ran on a platform focused on infrastructure projects to create jobs and fix Maryland’s clogged Route 28, along with raising teacher pay.

Marshall put government issues at the center of his campaign, promoting government transparency, small businesses and school choice for parents.

Roem spent more time in the spotlight than her opponent. Marshall refused to debate Roem and often declined interviews.

In an NPR interview in September, Marshall said the election was about America’s national character and Roem was going against nature.

“Danica clearly is out here doing this for making a marker in the national character that you can engage in this behavior — which clearly goes against the laws of nature and nature’s God — and hold public office to make decisions on behalf of the common good,” Marshall said. “That is what is kind of at stake here.”

He refused to speak with News4’s Julie Carey about flyers his campaign sent out last month. Those flyers referred to Roem as “him.”

“When Delegate Marshall realized that he cannot win on public policy issues, on traffic, jobs, schools and health care, he resorted to trash,” Roem responded.

Roem told News4 that when she was knocking on Virginians’ doors, voters didn’t ask about her gender. But across the country, a number of groups and individuals took interest in the race because of Roem’s background.

After President Donald Trump announced on Twitter his intention to ban transgender people from the military, Roem received $52,000 in donations in one day, News4 reported.

The outside money came throughout the campaign, though. Roem was supported by Victory Fund, a national group that aims to elect LGBTQ leaders. Some of her largest campaign donations, according to Virginia Department of Elections filings, were from individuals in New York and Chris Abele, a county executive from Milwaukee, Wisconsin who donated $40,000.

During the final fundraising period of the race, Roem brought in more than $300,000, significantly more than Marshall’s roughly $165,000. Few of Marshall’s donations came from outside Virginia.

THE CANDIDATES
Both have a long history in Virginia’s 13th District, which encompasses parts of Prince William County and Manassas City.

Roem was born in Manassas and attended Catholic school in northern Virginia until she moved away for college. After college, she returned to Virginia and worked for the Gainesville Times, a local newspaper. She later worked for the Prince William Times and the Montgomery County Sentinel.

In 2013, Roem began her transition to life as a woman. She changed her name and started hormone replacement therapy.

“It was great. I could just keep doing my job,” Roem said on her website.

Marshall was born in Takoma Park, Maryland, and moved to Prince William County with his family in 1980, according to his website. He was elected to the House of Delegates in 1991 and has served in the legislature since.

In office, he fought to preserve privacy and help small businesses, supporting a measure that prohibited police from searching phones without a warrant. He also wrote a bill cutting the burden of paperwork on Virginia businesses.

He has championed conservative causes. Marshall sponsored Virginia’s own failed “bathroom bill,” which would have effectively banned transgender people from using opposite-sex bathrooms in government buildings and schools. He tried to block Virginia from adding sex and gender discrimination to anti-discrimination rules.

Memo to Virginia state legislators: If you’re male, you’ve got a chick with a dick as a colleague now, i.e., a faggot. Watch your d*cks.

If you’re a female legislator, just remember that you’re new girlfriend has a d*ck and you’ll be OK. I hope.

Psy Op? World Series Marriage Proposal Enthralls the Goyim

When I saw the headlines on Wednesday night trumpeting an on-camera marriage proposal by a World Series baseball player with a Latino name to his lady friend, my initial thought was “It’s a psy op.”

But I always keep an open mind.

Instead of a Negroid black Latino proposing marriage to a European-American girl, the object of Carlos Correa’s affections turned out to be a Latina.

Admittedly, Daniella Rodriguez looks almost white, but she’s not.

People

The Houston Astros celebrated their first-ever World Series championship well into last night but one player in particular is still on cloud nine today. Shortstop Carlos Correa proposed to girlfriend Daniella Rodriguez during a live television interview that took place on the field of Dodger Stadium following their Game 7 victory. An ecstatic Rodriguez quickly said yes and accepted a stunning ring, but that wasn’t her first shining moment on national television. Last year, the newly-engaged beauty graced the Miss USA stage, where she represented her home state of Texas. Here are five things you need to know about the Latina beauty queen who won the heart of the baseball star.

Rodriguez is of Mexican descent and living in the Lone Star state helped her connect with her culture. “I was born and raised in Laredo, Texas, which is right across the border,” she said in a Miss USA pageant video. “And I got the best of both worlds when it comes to living the American way but still having Mexican culture [in my life].”

I believe this photo shows Daniella with her father and brother. Obviously, they’re Mexican looking, fitting the stereotype well.

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There’s still the feel of a psy op to this story.

Do you feel a little bit warmer toward those 11 million illegals (Ha! More like 30 million) after this heartwarming proposal?

Do you, goyim?

Trump Plans to Release Classified JFK Documents

President Trump should see to it that all documents are released on October 26. It’s reasonable to expect that back in 63 the CIA and FBI conspired to destroy at least some evidence in conflict with LBJ’s official story.

CNN offers one assassination researcher’s thoughts in their coverage. Gerald Leo Posner is a pro-semite with a Jewish father. Posner’s view is that Oswald killed Kennedy by himself.

CNN

President Donald Trump said Saturday he intends to allow the release of classified government documents about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy “subject to the receipt of further information.”

Trump’s tweet comes as he is staring down an October 26 deadline set in law by Congress mandating the public release of the still-secret documents — including FBI and CIA files — barring any action by the President to block the release of certain documents.

“Subject to the receipt of further information, I will be allowing, as President, the long blocked and classified JFK FILES to be opened,” Trump said, appearing to leave open the possibility that some documents could still be withheld.

A White House official told reporters Saturday: “The President believes that these documents should be made available in the interests of full transparency unless agencies provide a compelling and clear national security or law enforcement justification otherwise.”

Republican members of Congress, including Senate judiciary committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, of Iowa, have urged Trump to allow the full release of the documents.

“No reason 2 keep hidden anymore,” Grassley tweeted earlier this month. “Time 2 let American ppl + historians draw own conclusions.”

Historians who have studied the assassination do not believe the documents will lead to any bombshell new conclusions in the Kennedy assassination, but the documents could shed more light on facets of the investigation and Oswald’s mysterious trip to Mexico City weeks before the assassination. Some have expressed concerns that the documents could be embarrassing to Mexico and damaging to US-Mexico relations.

Trump can withhold the release of certain documents if he believes their release could pose harm to US intelligence, law enforcement, the military or US foreign relations.

“There’s going to be no smoking gun in there,” Gerald Posner, the author of “Case Closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Assassination of JFK,” told CNN’s Michael Smerconish. “But anybody who thinks this is going to turn the case on its head and suddenly show that there were three or four shooters at Dealey Plaza — it’s not the case.”

“Oswald did it alone,” Posner continued. “But what the files are doing and why they’re important to come out is they fill in the history of the case and show us how the FBI and CIA repeatedly hid the evidence.”

Posner said that the conspiracy theories about the CIA and mob working together to assassinate a head of state are true — but the target was Cuban leader Fidel Castro, not Kennedy.

“They tried seven times and they couldn’t even wound him. … They couldn’t get rid of Castro, but somehow these same guys who were an ‘F’ there pulled off the perfect crime in Dallas, and 54 years later we can find not a shred of evidence about it. I just don’t buy it,” he said.

Ken Hughes, a presidential researcher at the University of Virginia’s Miller Center, told CNN the files could shed light on the US involvement in the attempts to assassinate Castro as well as the US-approved coup of South Vietnamese leader Ngô Đình Diệm in 1963.
“There’s a lot for conventional historians — we non-conspiracy theorists — to look forward to,” he said.

Wikipedia offers a lengthy article on assassination conspiracy theories, although I cannot vouch for its accuracy or completeness. More theorizing will be happening after the document dump this week.