Conflict & Opinions

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Worth a read:

U.S. Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe recently declassified information indicating the CIA obtained intelligence in 2016 that the Russians believed the Clinton campaign was trying to falsely associate Russia with the so-called hack of DNC computers. CIA Director John Brennan shared the intelligence with President Obama. They knew, in other words, that the DNC was conducting false Russian flag operation against the Trump campaign. More here…


2020 Nagorno-Karabakh conflict (in a nut shell)

Azerbaijan has claimed they will stop the war if Armenia gives what they took, a buffer zone conquered in the early 90′s following the independence of Nagorno-Karabakh from Azerbaijan.  Armenia refuses as it would mean isolating Nagorno-Karabakh inside Azerbaijan, ensuring an eventual full invasion.


There is an alien spacecraft, refueling, at the top of that water spout. No, I can’t prove it, but can you prove that there isn’t?


In case you were wondering, being able to respond with sarcasm within seconds of a stupid question is a sign of a healthy brain. Some dim bulbs would say, “way too healthy”. My current co-workers would agree — way too healthy.


File it under “Accidents Happen”

At least he didn’t hack himself to death with an axe (no murder weapon found at the scene). The Clinton people are getting better at it.


Complicity Theorist – Defined

A person who accepts the political narrative of the day unquestioningly; consumes mainstream media like it was 1980; and is prone to submissiveness (beta male), outbursts of irrational fear, and public shaming of free thinkers.




45 thoughts on “Conflict & Opinions

  1. You would think that the Ratcliff memo just released would be a bombshell.

    Nope, our government is just way too corrupt, nothing will happen with it as time marches on and those behind this skulduggery and malfeasance will retire in style and wealth. Nobody will be held to account.

    A pox on all of these scumbags in both parties and within the judiciary who allow this kind of crap to continue.

    1. You’d think that the current plague was pox enough, but it’s not. They need to be triple poxed, Fredd, and even that is not enough.

      1. I’ve cast one of my world famous ‘double-dog-triple-poxes’ already, and yet I see no apparent effect on any of these corrupt sons of bitches. I think I’ve lost my touch, and should probably just hang up my bones, rattles and voodoo dolls.

          1. Exactly. In this everything is political climate, adaptation is critical to maintain a certain level of subversiveness.

    2. Oh, it’s been noticed. Just the Main Stream Media, as an organ of the dark forces that support and control the DNC, are doing their damnedest best to not acknowledge any criminality of any DNC pseudo-pod person. Which also covers said Haitian official (not) self-slabbing…

  2. ” respond with sarcasm within seconds of a stupid question”
    There is no such thing as a stupid question.
    Only stupid people who ask questions.

  3. The Feral Irishman had a link to a gal who had started digging into WuFlu and BLM.
    I hope she doesn’t need to start watching her back.
    Site is www-dot-somebitchtoldme-dot-com if you are interested in what she’s looking at.

    1. The mainstream media is confident that they can spike any story or simply discredit the author as “racist”, “sexist”, or “politically impure”. Usually the spike works, which means that it’s not reported. And if a tree falls in the forest and there is nobody there to hear it, does it make a sound?

      1. When they controlled radio, TV, & print they could lock out what they didn’t want known. You can see they are trying to do the same for online info – but until that happens, they are just demonstrating illusions of adequacy.

  4. Media is in full-blown hysterics starting yesterday, not doing their real jobs investigating the scum among us but are desperate to cover for their pals, especially when an Alpha dog leader does the right thing (after buttoning his suit coat and saluting the military detail). BUT the media: “HE TOOK OFF HIS MASK!. Bunch of man-bun estrogen consuming bubble-living morons.

    Was the president’s COVID deal a ploy to reset the media narrative, further exposing them for the weaklings they are? Maybe.

    Trump 2.0 should (hoping) offer a fresh opportunity to get these evil-doers. Ratcliffe’s report is damning and the swamp scum are desperate to have Ol’ “them black woman shelf stocker’s” Joe take the win so it all goes away. My guess, Trump comes down hard before Nov. 3rd with a few calculated hits.

    With all this, John 14:27 comes to mind. Don’t fear the [COVID] reaper (Blue Oyster Cult…still good after all these years).

    1. MANY liberal heads exploded when he took his mask off. I got a significant laugh out of that. If you listened to CNN (and I just read their account), you’d think that an alien space ship landed on the lawn and a bad, orange, alien walked up to the front door of the White House and rang the bell. Most entertaining.

      1. PS – And if you’ve had the plague and you’re now immune, do you still need to wear a mask? I realize that President Trump is still sick, but there is a point to be made.

        If masks were so effective against the flu, why didn’t the US use them 100 years ago, and ever since? Why didn’t we become a masked society? And why the strident call for flu shots if everyone is wearing masks, gloves, gowns, and keeping 6 feet apart? Just hand out masks instead of flu shots. Once Big Pharma figures that one out, stand by for a repudiation of the effectiveness of masks.

        1. I swear the Mask-Lobbyists are at the root of this insanity. If six-feet separation works then why masks? If masks work then why six-feet separation. Now it’s both. After yesterday’s display the CDC backtracks once again. Trump 2.0 might clean that crappy outfit’s house, as he should.

          So few use their heads. As you pointed out, too many believe anything the media spews — got a potential pandemic coming so these same true believers buy T.P….to…do what? Still haven’t figured than one.

          1. Maybe if you bought more toilet paper, the insanity would become clear. It might take more toilet paper than your entire home and barn could hold and you may still need more storage before the clouds parted, and the sun shown through, and the progressive mind was revealed.

            Or maybe you’d just be stuck with 53 tons of toilet paper.

      2. Heard it this morning, was laughing out loud at the inanity. Thing is it’s not funny when you realize there are people who believe it.

        Remake that water spout meme…add in all the media idiots getting sucked up into the plume back to the Mothership.

        1. If the Mothership takes them up to probe them (most of the newsies would enjoy it), we need some sort of binding agreement that they don’t give them back when they’re done. Can we trust space aliens to keep their word? I’d invite them to start at CNN HQ and gorge themselves.

          1. Alien-ism is a mental disorder…must be drinking some backwoods universe glop to be so willfully idiotic?

          2. Home brew takes the paint off an old Chevy and you are said to see space aliens too. A still — if you build it, they will come.

          3. I could teach the aliens how to probe them in such a way that they wouldn’t like it. On the house.


    2. “Bunch of man-bun estrogen consuming bubble-living morons.”

      You’ve been observing the young “males” in my AO? I *know* it’s wrong to stereotype people, but that sure describes one of the borders our new across-the-street have living with them. I called him “Soy Boy” the other day when I was talking to my wife, and she about rolled off the couch laughing.

      And another Biden-Harris sign went up, and this time I know the people. Very nice young couple, born and raised here, and it surprised me a bit.

      Oh, well……

      1. College town, breeds this sort purely by association, yet they see nothing wrong in their thinking/belief structure. LL’s title “Conflict & Opinions” is spot on, apparently my opinions conflict with more people than I knew they should. C’est la vie.

        1. Pajama boys, soy boys, bun boys – what disgraces they are.

          A lot of people listen to the donkey propaganda organs (mainstream media) and they are deceived. There is no guarantee that we can keep our republic.

        2. @CF – Yeah, college towns are generally pretty liberal. And for being so “well educated”, they sure don’t understand cause-and-effect very well Woodrow Wilson’s “Tiered Education” was supposed to produce factory dolts and elite “leaders”. Seems like they don’t care about the factory dolts anymore because we’ll get rid of that messy old manufacturing economy and buy everything from our friends the Chinese…..

          @LL – Franklin was very forward looking. Which one of the founders said he thought there’d be a revolution every 25 years?

          1. Jefferson.

            Satan’s Vatican does a fine job turning out elites. Just ask them – or the elites – or their professors, including diversity hires like Elizabeth Warren.

  5. “I regret to report that Klaus Eberwein was in his room inspecting his sidearm when it apparently … went off.”

    I wasted 20 minutes of my life the other evening when a junior MD asked me why I don’t wear a mask. Seeing a “teaching moment” I actually sat her down and had a talk about probability, survival rates stratified by age and comorbdities, economic and social costs of the (blatantly illegal) lock downs, and so forth. I made risk-benefit analogies with speed limits and car crash fatalities as well. After which she blurted out, “Okay, so you’re considering the economic angle, but I’m not worried about that stuff. If it …” I cut her off. “If it saves a single life, yeah. Bullshit. This engineered panic is costing far more lives than those possibly saved.” Degreed and credentialed fools walk among us. And vote. And create policy.

    A recent study (Garcia et al, J Am Coll Cardiology 2020) across 9 major academic hospitals in the US showed a 38% decrease in STEMI presentations (activation of the cardiac catheterization lab). An ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction is the “serious” heart attack that leads to death or severe debility (as opposed to the non-STEMI which is a lesser heart attack). Does China Flu protect against heart attack which is why the rate is going down for STEMI presentations? Of course not. People are not calling 911 for fear of getting China Flu. A friend at one of the 9 hospitals in the study tells me she’s seeing patients present with levels of heart attack damage that have not been seen in the US since she was in grade school. (Time between onset of symptoms to “opening the blockage” — so called “door to balloon time” is a key marker of outcome, and a key quality metric for performance of hospitals.) People are dying at home. Those who survive show up days later with massive, life-altering crippling heart damage. We have 3rd world outcomes right now.

    Another study (Kaufman et al, JAMA Open, 2020 indicates that across 6 common cancers, new diagnoses have dropped by 46%. Is WuFlu protective against cancer? Does a mask prevent cancer? Or is it because people have been told to NOT have routine screenings because of “flattening the curve”? So now these people will present with more advanced cancer that is much more difficult to treat.

    More severe heart attack sequelae, more advanced cancers. THAT is only a fraction of what the plandemic is costing us on the medical front alone. Apart from the massive sosciety-wide economic damage, the ballooning of the national debt, the mental health and substance-abuse problems of joblessness, and seeing your business destroyed. Domestic violence is up. Child abuse, as in “is he daid?” child abuse, is up.

    “But if it saves one life….”

    1. Excellent…(Not that you need my opinion but your treatise is what we – the exasperated normal’s – run into nearly everyday when out there among the mindless sheep.)

    2. Thank you, Mike_C.

      Socialists and the weak minded are of the opinion that (1) the government just prints money and there’s an endless supply); (2) I need to get a piece of that pie; (3) Anyone in private business is greedy.

      There has been a massive cost to the government shut down that you outlined brilliantly. Time for that to end. For almost all Americans, the Plague is on the order of 99.9% curable. It’s time to open things back up and get back to normal.

        1. Next time some shithead says “if it saves a single life” to you, ask them – so you think everyone should carry guns?


  6. Regarding Klaus Eberwain, he flew from Haiti to Miami, thus passed a FEW inspection, drove to hotel, put his stuff away, then shot himself? Where did he get the gun?

      1. Don’t point out inconvenient truth. Democrats hate that and the Clintons REALLY hate that.

  7. Mike’s comment is on the money. There have been serious consequences, many of which we’ll never know. I CAN point to one shipmate who died because he had a staph infection, but was turned away from the hospital because they ‘didn’t have room to treat him’, since he didn’t have WuFlu. When he collapsed at home a week later, and was transported, it was too late. He died after one night in the hospital.

    1. I’m sorry to hear about your shipmate. It is appalling that a man would be turned away from hospital like that. (Hell, we devote hours and thousands of dollars in the ER to persons who we KNOW are purely narcotics seekers, because they’ve done it three nights already this week and it’s only Wednesday.)

      Idiocy is not limited to the US. A colleague in Canada told me that the PM of his province had mandated that physicians go to work in nursing homes (doing bedside nursing and medical aide tasks) because so many nursing-home staff had called out (or were actually) sick. They cancelled all non-emergent cases in his cardiac procedures lab. Now this colleague is literally one of the top interventional cardiologists in Canada, and is in demand worldwide as a teacher and proctor. Having him wipe poopy bottoms and chart O2 sats is a terrible misuse of a highly trained and limited resource. (It’s not that we subspecialists are too good to wipe bottoms — it’s simply stupid to deny patients the care provided by highly trained experts for no good reason.)

  8. Regarding the ‘With 2A, Without 2A,’ I must point out one thing. According to the Koran, women aren’t really ‘people’ so treating them like cattle is perfectly acceptable. Which always makes me wonder why any woman would willingly join that death cult.

    As to Russia, when haven’t they been using proxy wars as a way to further their agenda. Hell, they were doing it in the time of the Tsars… And Turkey? The Ottoman Caliphate also used proxy wars and non-muslim troops up to the day the Ottoman Caliphate was destroyed. Now we have the Erdogan Caliphate and…

    The weinie roaster? Now that’s funny.

    1. Some women must be full of self-loathing? That’s all I can offer. Why else would they join Islam?

      The Great Game, Beans.

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