Friday, May 4, 2018

David Hogg: Trump ‘Scared’ of My Support and the ‘Support We’ll Have in the Midterms’


‘If you are supported with the NRA, you don’t stand with the kids’
                                                                                             --David Hogg



[Editor's note: Six hours after his speech at "March for Our Lives", David Hogg was interviewed by CBS and, in a moment of candor (having thereby discharged his duties as a crisis actor), acknowledged that he was at home when he heard something was going on at the school, he grabbed his video camera, hopped on his bike and rode there out of concern that it might be another school shooting, which he already knew because the entire event was staged: "The Parkland Puzzle: How the Pieces fit Together".]

TRANSCRIPT:

COOPER: “We heard from the president shortly after the shooting at your high school, obviously he struck a very different tone than he did today. Back then I talked to you you thought he was heading in the right direction when it came to gun control. What do you think today?”
KASKY: “Well, you know, he was saying some things that implied that he was stepping forward into the right direction for gun safety in this country and then he had a meeting with some NRA officials, a private meeting, and afterwards he came and claimed that the Second Amendment was under siege and he was going to defend it. So as to whether or not the NRA meeting changed his views, that’s kind of up to speculation, but I will tell you that is hopefully the first Russian-funded group he has met with.”
HOGG: “And I would like to say I think it really shows what he’s doing right now proves where his heart and wallet are, and that’s in the exact same place. One of the interesting things I thought Trump brought up was how we don’t talk about mental health yet in one of the most recent spending bills, they had they cut mental health spending for schools by over $25 million. That doesn’t sound like improving the mental health system for schools to me.”

They even used fake blood and a mannequin at Parkland.

COOPER: “Cameron, when the president was in that meeting with Democrats and Republicans he castigated the Republicans saying you’re scared of the NRA. Do you believe today he showed that he is scared of the NRA?”
KASKY: “I think he is very interested in the money that the NRA will bring him and that the NRA in turn gets from gun manufacturers. You know, the gun — the NRA used to boast itself as being an 'Average Joe' coalition of Americans who are trying to protect their Second Amendment rights and now you will see that they are getting a lot of kickbacks from gun manufacturers. So I don’t necessarily think Trump is scared of the NRA, I think Trump is very enamored with the financial support the NRA gives him."
HOGG: “I think people in the situation that are really scared would be the NRA. This is the first time they had the president and the vice president come out to the annual convention for the NRA. What they are seeing here is, what they are worried because the support we’ve been getting and the support we’ll have in mid-terms. Because like it or not, we don’t care if you are exact or Republican or Democrat, if you are supported with the NRA, you don’t stand with kids you stand with the gun manufacturers and the people making money off this fear and tragedy that is perpetuating itself.”

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Paul Craig Roberts: Morality, Truth, Facts have Exited from The Dying West


Editor's note: US testing new nuclear gravity bomb for Iran

Paul Craig Roberts

If you don’t think we live in a crazy world, here is Netanyahu, the genocidal zionist leader of Israel, an invader which has destroyed Palestine and seized Palestine for Jews, expelling Palestinians from their homes, villages and country, accusing Abbas, the front man chosen by Washington and Israel as Palestine’s leader, of being a Holocaust denier.

A rival absurdity is the nomination of President Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize.

In the account I read, Abbas says nothing about the Holocaust. He says that the European prejudice against Jews resulted from European’s experience with their sharp financial practices, not from some sort of religious hostility. This is, of course, consistent with numerous historical accounts predating the Israeli colonial occupation of Palestine.

What was the Holocaust? According to zionists, the Holocaust was National Socialist Germany’s elimination of 6 million Jews by first gassing them and then cremating the bodies. It is unclear how Germany managed this feat when all of its limited and dwindling resources were employed, unsuccessfully as it turns out, on the Russian front.

Photos demonstrating the Holocaust include dead skeletal-like bodies. But these are not people gased and cremated. These are deaths from typhus and starvation. The disintegrating German state had no food or medicines for Germans and often not for its own soldiers. Concentration camp inmates were on the bottom of the totem pole.
Editor's note: See "The Holocaust Narrative: Politics trumps Science"
We know very little about the Holocaust, because no one is allowed to study it. Anyone in Europe who studies it and makes the slightest correction to the zionist narrative is arrested and imprisoned as a Holocaust denier. There is no doubt that many Jews were killed, but there are different views about the various means employed and the extent to which the process was organized or haphazard. Before differences could be resolved and sorted out, the subject was put off limits.

For example, suppose a scholar in Germany discovers a previously unknown document that proves that National Socialist Germany exterminated 3 million Jews. This discovery of proof of the Holocaust would be rewarded with the arrest and imprisonment of the scholar for reporting the document, because it conflicts with the official zionist declaration of 6 million. The document would be branded a falsification and discarded. The scholar’s career would be ruined.

The Holocaust is not a subject that can be studied or investigated. It is an occurance handed down by zionists that cannot be examined or modified and certainly not questioned. We must take it on faith alone. If a scholar does not, he is a Holocaust denier and, if European or captured in Europe, he is imprisoned.

For many people, this has raised questions about the Holocaust as studies of the event should confirm the zionists’ account and be welcomed, not suppressed.

The Holocaust occurred about 75 years ago. Norman Finkelstein and other Jewish scholars have explained how the Holocaust has been used to deflect criticism of Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians. Before our eyes the Israelis are committing holocaust against the Palestinians, and nothing is done about it. You are not even permitted to protest. South Carolina has recently passed a law making it illegal to criticize Israel for anything, no matter how egregious. The bill purports to be combating “anti-semitism,” but the definition of anti-semitism is criticism of Israel or support for boycotts against Israel. In other words, in South Carolina it is illegal to sanction Israel or to criticize its inhumane policies toward the Palestinians. But Russia, Iran, and North Korea can be sanctioned on the basis of false accusations alone.

Editor's note: See "The Holocaust Narrative: Politics trumps Science"
Three years ago South Carolina passed a law prohibiting state contracts with US companies that boycott Israel. The South Carolina government, like most other states, is in Israel’s pocket. The state and federal governments respond to Israel, not to Americans, and certainly not to moral imperatives.

So what are we to conclude? That Holocaust against Jews is morally unacceptable, but Holocaust against Palestinians is morally acceptable?

The myth of “Western democracy” is based on voting, which never changes anything. Trump campaigned on ending the war in Syria and normalizing relations with Russia, but where are we today? The US is attacking Syrian Army positions and fomenting war with Russia. Yet this has not prevented Trump from being nominated for the Nobel peace prize.

Former CIA officer Philip Giraldi says that America’s neoconservative Jews are driving America’s wars for Israel’s benefit.

The neoconservatives have created a new think tank with which to demonize Russia and foment war.

The Israel Lobby has often demonstrated its power to overturn the US Constitution’s guarantee of free speech and to remove tenured professors from American Universities for criticizing Israel’s inhumane treatment of Palestinians. No American university professor has the right of free speech or the protection of tenure if the Israel Lobby objects.

 
A crazed or corrupt federal judge in New York—paid off by who?—has ordered Iran to pay $6 billion to 9/11 victims although Iran has nothing whatsoever to do with the 9/11 attack.

Clearly, the purpose of this hoax judicial decision is to make insouciant Americans believe that Iran was behind 9/11 and therefore muster Americans’ support for a military attack on Iran.

Meanwhile, the Russians are so befuddled by their desire to be part of the West that they have no idea of the decadence that they would be joining:

In the UK teenage girls sell their virginity. One got $1.5 million.

UK minister’s secretary caught selling sex online. Extra price for doing it on the minister’s desk.

German university teaches women how to masturbate for maximum pleasure.

Human relations break down as Western civilization turns to sex robots.

From the looks of things, males in the West are as endangered as morality, truth, and facts. See here and here.

At one time these reports would have been shocking. Today they are lost in the decadence of the West.

If Washington had any sense, Washington would get rid of Russia by allowing Russia to join the West and become firmly mired in the decadence before the emasculation of American males leaves them unfit as soldiers. Does the West, the culture of which is geared toward the emasculation of males, really want to go to war against Russia and China? Doesn’t seem to me like a good decision.