An excerpt from the above linked-to article by Kurt Nimmo follows:
During the campaign, Trump came off as Attila the Hun in an Ermenegildo Zegna suit. Steal the oil. Bomb the shit out of them. Waterboard the suckers. Kill their families.
It was obvious early on Donald Trump is a wannabe neocon. He tried to leaven this with populist mumbo-jumbo but that didn’t work, at least not for me.
He’s not cut from the same cloth as the ivy league and think tank cloistered neocons, so they rejected him out of hand.
Now they love him, or some of them do.
Lindsey Graham said Trump has “done more to correct the world” in 80 days in office than former President Barack Obama did in eight years…
It remains to be seen what will happen. The move to arrest Assange and give him the Chelsea Manning treatment or worse may flounder on the rocks. On the other hand, the Brits may storm the embassy and arrest him, rendition him to the United States…
Harrison and other members of WikiLeaks have good reason to be worried. Recall the mysterious deaths of two top lawyers representing Assange. John Jones died in London and Michael Ratner in New York. Assange confidant and a Director of WikiLeaks, Gavin Macfadyen, died in October, 2016.
It might be a coincidence, then again.
My online response to the above linked-to article follows:
Darkness is darkness. We can’t expect goodness from the Corporatocracy’s evil operators. I understand hope. I’m human. Even when it looks utterly hopeless, which is what you get with every US (and other national) election, you can’t help but hope, if not for a complete reversal of barbarism and 1% rule (which you’d have to be literally brain damaged to expect), then at least for a win of some sort. Any win. It’s like a person drowning. He (or…) ‘will’ resist breathing water.
We the people, not all whom are righteous, are outgunned. 1% of the 99% is on the ball, pushing back against the darkness. And less than 1% of that 1% has God’s approval.
If you don’t believe in a higher power, fine. You can content yourself with hoping for imperfect people’s champions and I don’t know what else. Today, There are no people’s Parties. What can an individual people’s champion do? Julian Assange, an individual people’s champion, has been, essentially, taken out of action by the Corporatocracy’s dark, paid, agents and may soon go into a deeper hole, possible one that’s 6 feet deep.
I myself believe in a higher power. I don’t possess fancy jargon to convince anyone of that – unlike some Bible- and God haters who ‘criticize’ the Bible – so don’t believe me if that’s what you wish. I’ll just hope all alone.
I’ll just hope, with a superior hope, all alone.