SPIDER WEB OF THE DEEP STATE SNATCHES ONLY REPUBLICANS

The progressive wing of the Democrat party has infiltrated our institutions with abandon. No stone has been left un-turned. This brain re-calibration starts at an early age; from grade school to college and now the CEOs of our major corporations have thrown down the gauntlet to their employees. Corporations are now turning into social experiments, one at a time.  In fact a Google employee just got canned for telling it like it is.

But the center point of destruction is the Deep State. From educators, to mayors, to governors, to police, to lawyers and judges, America’s freedom is being eroded by a progressive hierarchy. This all started with liberal judicial decisions protecting the guilty. Lacks enforcement of laws has paved the way for criminal elements in our society to have it their way. Illegals now troll the landscape for victims.  This has been the plan all along, one step and at time. Perfect examples are the Governor McDonald of Virginia and Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska. Both were convicted to later have their convictions over turned, But by then the damage was done, they were out and the Democrat spider added one more thread to the deep state web.

The mother of all fights is in the Supreme Court. With Judge Gorsuch’s appointment, Scalia‘s seat has been filled. The court can now get down to business. This does not mean we will see change as quick as we like, however slow it comes it is better than not coming at all. Major decisions on guns and unions are in the making.

Don’t expect the ubiquitous hate prevalent in the Democrat psyche to let up. Those who proffered violence will not halt their intimidation until the Trump presidency fails. New judicial appointments will turn back the progressive clock. One or two major Supreme Court justices are at the tail end of their careers; in Bader-Ginsburg’s case it be the end of her life. Her nasty comments about Trump, pre-election, manifest the bias of judicial liberals who by the way look the other way when it comes to interpreting the law. They see their jobs as making the law to suit their political agenda.

The Comey case is another prime example of a political lynching. Remember, Scooter Libby, trumped up charges imploded his career and reputation as well. And Martha Stuart was another example of over zealous prosecution. They couldn’t get her on inside trading, so what do they do, convict her on a fib. But all of this does not sit well with the New Boston Tea Party. Why have Obama’s phalanx of liars, including Clinton, Lynch, Rice and Lerner not faced charges? And how about the lying Comey? This is a wake up call! Are the Democrat criminals TOO BIG to JAIL?

Looking ahead we can see more confrontation with those of the right wing.  However, the alt-right is not standing down, but holding firm and in fact they are filling their armory with defensive weapons; via they be hardware or software. They are hitting back. The only way to confront the progressive elite is by using their own tactics. If they throw bombs we will throw bombs, it is simple as that.

FASCISTS AND COMMUNISTS – THERE ISN’T A DIMES WORTH A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TWO

from TOWN HALL

Laura Hollis

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Posted: Sep 28, 2017 12:01 A

Not long after the end of World War II, author and economist Friedrich A. Hayek wrote in “The Road to Serfdom” that fascism and communism were really two sides of the same coin.

For this, he was sharply criticized and even mocked. We just teamed up with the communists to beat the fascists, the argument went. True, Stalin (grudgingly) fought alongside the Allies to defeat Hitler. But Hayek warned that this was an anomaly; both ideologies exalted top-down state control and were ultimately antithetical to individual freedom.

It’s time to revisit Hayek’s warnings.

Arguments about fascism are all the rage at the moment. It’s de rigueur for those on the left to accuse President Donald Trump and his supporters of being “fascists.” Meanwhile, some of the left’s most visible and vocal factions — notably but not exclusively antifa — are accused (accurately) of behaving like fascists themselves: shutting down speech, vandalizing property, violently beating up people whose views offend them.

Meanwhile, what has slipped under the radar is the increasing advocacy for communism.

Within the past few days, a West Point graduate (and current infantry officer) named Spenser Rapone made headlines with pro-communist social media posts, including a photo of him holding his military cap with “Communism will win” written on the inside. In another post, he pulls his uniform aside to reveal a t-shirt with the image of communist revolutionary Che Guevara on it.

Lest you dismiss this as the isolated posturing of some fringe goofball, The New York Times has been running a year-long series of articles titled “ The Red Century .” Using the centennial of the 1917 Russian Revolution as its backdrop, the Times has published nearly three dozen articles on communism and its impact on the 20th century. An astonishing number of these are glowing accounts of the glories of communism.

The New York Times has been a platform for communism’s apologists since the days of Walter Duranty . But this is jaw-dropping, even for them.

On Feb. 24, 2017, the article titled, “ What’s left of communism ?” asked in its subhead, “Can a phoenix rise from the ash heap of history?” (A better question would be, why on earth would we want it to?)

Subsequent pieces praise Lenin as an unparalleled “ strategic genius ”; look back nostalgically to a time when communism inspired Americans ; paint a hopeful picture of an “ American afterlife ” for communism; defend collectivists’ visions as explained to children in the book “Communism for Kids”; characterize Lenin and the Bolsheviks as “ well-intentioned people trying to build a better world ”; point out the communist influence on popular science fiction and early environmental activism ; and — perhaps most absurdly — extol the virtues of communism for women, both in terms of their sex lives (in former Soviet Russia) and their “ big dreams ” (in Mao’s China).

Nearly 100 million people died as a result of communism in the 20th century — more than all those killed by fascism and ordinary homicide combined. As Reason magazine author John Walters noted in a 2013 blog post , the worst famines in the 20th century (killing tens of millions) all took place in communist countries. As for women, Soviet Russia had the highest abortion rates in the world (the average Russian woman had seven abortions in her lifetime). China’s one-child policy resulted in millions of abortions (often forced , under horrific circumstances) and widespread infanticide of unwanted baby girls.

Socialism is little better. Communism’s blander cousin, it is founded on similar flawed philosophies that the state should be the provider; that people cannot be left to their own devices to order their lives as they see fit.

And socialism is often a precursor to something worse. Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez initially ran on a socialist platform, and then moved steadily left over the years, demonizing business, nationalizing industries and confiscating private property. He died with Venezuela already on a downward spiral. His successor, Nicolas Maduro — another left-wing ideologue — has destroyed whatever was left of Venezuela. Its citizens are without food, medicines, electricity or fuel. Doctors, teachers and other professionals are forced into prostitution to feed their families. Once wealthy and prosperous, Venezuela has been every bit as badly ravaged by communism as the neighboring Caribbean nations were by hurricanes Irma and Maria. Communism is one of the world’s most destructive forces.

I’ll say this much for the Times’ “Red Century” series: It makes clear that the communists are still with us, using every leftist cause as a crowbar to push the country toward their dystopic vision. Those of us who oppose collectivism are right to be concerned when the same people clamoring for socialized medicine are trying to resurrect and rehabilitate communism.