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Human Beings Thirst For Both Lies and Truths. In This Election, Truth Has The Upper Hand.

Back in the Olden Days, there were media organizations in print—and later radio and TV—that sought to inform the populace—ever imperfectly—about shit going on we’d have otherwise not known about but for their investigative and publishing prowess.

…Somewhere along the way, the left and Democrats bought off all the big ones, like any decent mob boss would. The brilliant thing about mobsterism—and how it’s most effective—is that killing is what they do to each other, over power struggles that touch territorial interests.

They court their customers, and they do so lavishly.

Media bias is as old as the media itself. What used to govern it was competition in terms of product—scoops, and such. Now, they only compete for ad revenue, and that’s even silly because the big corporations simply spread it around.

Everyone hates to watch them. The “Main Pravda Media.”

But since the Media now sleeps at the wheel, where the leftist and Democrat machine is always assured of getting favorable treatment, it has created a huge vacuum. So, no major media does anything of investigative-under-cover reportage, anymore.

So, the vacuum is being filled by others. Since you no longer need to have an organization that demands hundreds of millions of dollars in capital backing, others with the equivalent of pocket change are now beginning the process of shaming “The Mainstream,” giving ever more reason for anyone to wonder why it is they spend more on celebrity salaries, flashy TEEVEE graphics, wardrobe, and makeup than they do on actual hard-hitting journalism—wherever chips may fall.

Here’s a small guy who’s doing what all the multi-billion media outlets won’t touch: Project Veritas Action. I watched parts one and two of his undercover videos this morning, covering the Hillary, Hillary campaign, and DNCs efforts to gangster the Trump campaign.

It’s fucking brilliant. Notice how they basically get them a bit tipsy on booze, and they can’t stop talking about themselves. All of them basically look like guys who jerk off to child porn.

Part Deux:

Trump wins by landslide, and pond scum like this, doing what they have been and are doing, lend weight to the idea.

It’s their last hope, in league with the Main Pravda Media.

Richard Nikoley

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41 Comments

  1. Redwine on October 19, 2016 at 20:26

    You need some comic relief.

    • hap on October 20, 2016 at 08:27

      Man……I used to watch gutfeld only for the opportunity to see gavin. He’s awesome.

  2. Resurgent on October 19, 2016 at 12:03

    “Trump wins by a Landslide” – I hope and pray that you are right Richard..!
    Because if this goes the other way – The coming years are going to be bloody, in the least.
    Hillary and gang are like a severely wounded ferocious rabid animal – and they will do whatever it takes to inflict maximum damage.
    We live in interesting times..!!

    • Richard Nikoley on October 19, 2016 at 13:42

      Check this out, last night in Colorado. I don’t watch speeches. Yea, watched his RNC acceptance (the white pants suit cunt’s, too), but it’s usually just clips.

      This is a fucking very well integrated and consolidated message on every level I can think. I’ve watched it twice and can’t really detect a serious flaw in terms of message and policy (and note that specific policy was mostly not giveaway, it was takeback, including taxes).

      Brilliant?

  3. Daniel F on October 19, 2016 at 12:30

    Liberals need to understand this: Trump is not our last chance. He is _their_ last chance.

    Just one of the many ironies about liberal opposition to Trump.

    • Evan Eberhardt on October 19, 2016 at 23:59

      A prescience I must agree with. These geniuses live a coddled carefree life free of any defensive weaponry and yet continue to pick on people who live in the complete opposite manner. What could possibly go wrong there?

  4. Hap on October 19, 2016 at 13:35

    Hate to be a Cassandra……all very nice…but too little too late.

    It does , however, suggest that living with Hillary might be a bit more palatable if someone somewhere is dogging her relentlessly , and cannot be easily silenced.

    I’m just finding it most difficult to put on a game face and get optimistic.

    • Richard Nikoley on October 19, 2016 at 15:27

      “You’re no Thomas Jefferson.”

      Nor, Cassandra.

  5. Woodchuck Pirate on October 19, 2016 at 13:50

    Every vote supports torture and murder around the globe.

    Torture and murder is always bloody. The coming years will be bloody, Trump, Hillary, no difference. Voters by definition are engaged in bloodletting. They only hope and pray that “it won’t happen here”. Me, I prefer that people adhere to the non-aggression principle or die of the bone cancer they deserve, here, there, everywhere. Holding people accountable is an act of respect, vengeance and act of justice. Bring on the “Freak Out!” It’s at least 50 years overdue, and the stench of rotting statism is intolerable. The smell of fresh blood has never turned my stomach.

    Lest we forget:

    https://youtu.be/svdrAHn_LGo

    Woodchuck Pirate
    aka Raymond J Raupers Jr USA

    • Jbg on October 21, 2016 at 06:02

      Raymond, I must respectfully disagree. A vote can be an act of aggression. No doubt it is for lots of voters. But we live in a statist world. We always have and probably always will in one way or another, like it or not. For those who agree with non-aggression voting is an act of self defense. As someone who believes in non-aggression, I would like to avoid, or at least minimize, the blood letting. I don’t know if my participation in any election helps, but I think the evidence is clear that places where the citizens can participate are better places to live than those where citizens can’t participate. They’re not perfect, but they are on a better place on the spectrum of possibilities.

      • Woodchuck Pirate on October 22, 2016 at 08:30

        Hi Jbg,

        Thank you for expressing your commitment to aggression against individuals. I am not an altruist and therefore do not seek your conversion, nor am I vulnerable to conversion by others. I can’t be paid to live on my knees and so must die on my feet, satisfied to do so.

        I have no mouse in my pocket and therefore make no collective entitlement statement as to what “we” live in. Neither am I a willing system slave. I reject faith in all forms as every leap of faith is a tax on consciousness. Belief(s) are not intrinsic nor necessary to consciousness. The conflict remains statism versus freedom, and you reject freedom. You need not make excuses to me invoking your underlying assumption that I am peer livestock within your paradigm and therefore you are entitled to act on my behalf through initiation of aggression. It’s pure fraud. You reject freedom because you are not willing to die free. Therefore you are already dead and have further denigrated yourself to have never lived. Rest assured however that all others (the 99.99% pure scum by choice) that share your collective psychosis bear full accountability for their own individual embrace of not living. They are embracing strategies of eating the unborn, as narcissists, psychopaths, sociopaths, nihilists, statheists, …human parasites.

        Reality is not vulnerable to interpretation, knowing the truth doesn’t matter, only the truth matters. I can’t feign respect for your belief that you are entitled to initiate aggression. Therefore “respect” is not contained in your post, rather it’s a politely conformic attempt to soothe your ego. Ego is always dysfunctional, and collective ego is madness.

        True self arises as ego dies. That’s why collectivists are consumed by self-hatred and their comfort zone is a reactionary stew plagued by guilt and cowardice. After more than five decades of observation I prefer that people adhere to the non-aggression principle or die of the bone cancer they deserve.

        I respect you as much as a misanthrope should, and you’ve testified to your sociopathic relationship with state. Your rhetoric “spectrum of possibilities” is another sociopathic translation of “nuance”. In the sunlight of consciousness, I return the denial, as it is reasonable to expect that no self-professed anarcho-capitalist will lift a finger to impede the cannibalism of socialist versus socialist.

        Through the deliberate fog of your sophistry you’ve likely sensed the destination of your worship of state, that is American cities will be nuked. Collective egos and their dysfunctional mouthpieces pontificate that the best course of action is continued aggression. Your chosen job is to regurgitate excuses. It does not confront me that you don’t simply admit you know what you are doing is wrong and boast that you are going to do it anyway. I understand ego misidentification, and it is never conscious behavior, nor benchmarked to valid philosophy. But then self-slavery is threatened most by truth.

        The truth is that there is no representation offered by Trump or Hillary or any statist, as that is not the purpose of the state. The truth is likely that the plan in place is for Russia and America to nuke their own cities and enjoy pointing the fingers at each other . Does this not offer utility as you say to avoid or minimize the bloodletting? A nuke landing on any major city in the USA would achieve 99.99% accuracy of eliminating pure scum by choice. A nuke landing on just one major city in Russia and USA each would secure the total rejection of freedom by those in every other city. You appear to be more than willing to regurgitate faithful conformity to the course of continued aggression by your chosen “leaders” against freedom. A nuke strike would bolster your excuse process.

        Perhaps you may be interested in a book that historically reflects the American terrorist empire as it stands today? I enjoy the book “Heliogabalus, The Crowned Anarchist” by Antonin Artaud written in 1934. Heliogabalus was a 14 year old Roman emperor who took office approximately nineteen hundred years ago. The intricacy of Artaud’s system analysis of the collective egos, witchdoctor/tyrant alliances that culminated in Heliogabalus’ anarchy is likely lost on most readers. But then equally lost on most readers is a system analysis of the global economy as a balance sheet. The opportunity cost of willing ignorance is empire and genocide resultant, or as you have termed it a “statist world”. The bloodletting has never been minimized nor avoided, as every vote supports torture and murder around the globe, and voters are parasites by definition. Heliogabalus invoked anarchy against parasite collective egos as Hillary and second string democrat nominee Trump will. No-fly lists are invoked to kill as many people as possible, and death in Heliogabalus day was as commonplace and cheap as it is today. Taxation is theft and thieves make worst leaders. The best way to justify genocide is to construct a mass citizenry of thieves. That ensures non-altruists will not interfere. Besides only anarchists are compatible with freedom as system slaves have been bred to hate it. A campain to salvage a population of parasites is absurdly humorous but you are entitled to dream, aren’t you?

        I highly suggest Artaud’s Helogabalus biography for campfire reading awaiting the mushroom clouds. There exists not one anarcho-capitalist in the American Terrorist Empire, and doom will consume it. I care not what you do with it or how you do it, I only wish you would get it done already as the stench is intolerable. I would be more entertained with Heliogabalus than your first and second string democrats (Trump & Hillary), but the human race has lost no devolutionary velocity since the first it was created. Statism is truly dead. Rejoice, the great god fear is dead.

        Woodchuck Pirate
        aka Raymond J Raupers Jr USA



  6. John H on October 19, 2016 at 17:07

    “It’s fucking brilliant!”

    Yes, it’s brilliant editing. The worst things they admit in actual quotes in context is that they encourage people to put themselves in harm’s way at Trump rallies, and that they pay homeless people to do unspecified activities.

    For the rest of it, the voiceover tells you what they’re talking about, then a series of short clips showing conversations that could easily be in another context. At 7:10 in the second one, they even mangle the captioning (while his face is off-screen, so easier to miss) as “take that data…and have people vote in it”, when he actually said (to my ear) “take that data…and have people download it”. The conversation is about canvassing, but the voiceover before that clip implies they’re talking about addresses for bussed-in voters. If that’s actually what the conversation was about, they could do a longer clip with the context. Otherwise, it’s just all clever “context-setting” biasing viewers’ interpretation of the clips.

    Not saying Foval, et al aren’t slimy weasels, but if there was real meat here, they’d have unedited footage actually showing it. If you watch again with your BS-meter turned all the way up (like you were watching a Michael Moore film) and keep a sharp eye on all the cuts and voiceover, I think you’ll find there’s not much of substance here.

    • Evan Eberhardt on October 19, 2016 at 23:42

      So, the lady saying “that was us” when Trump had to cancel his Chicago rally…is what? Hyperbole? Skepticism is only useful when it doesn’t also make you blind to the most obvious possible answer right in front of your face.

      Here is the deal (let me connect the dots since you need 3 hours of uncut footage apparently): these pieces of shit paid people to incite violence to create the appearance that Trump supporters are violent when in reality they simply reacted to the violence with violence (which is basic human nature, or is for men who still have testosterone producing balls, which is Trump supporters) and then the media runs with that false narrative that Trump’s mere appearance incites violence and/or his supporters are violent, which in turn was to discourage support for a political candidate (especially among the feminist indoctrinated women folk who have enjoyed pussifying everyone and abhor even the slightest hint of violence). And I am sure it violates one of our 5 million laws to boot. One guy was fired and another resigned…why does that tell you?

  7. Doug on October 19, 2016 at 17:14

    I would like to see a money trail to Foval…not going to happen, but it how do I know if the guy isnt just talking shit?

    • Doug on October 19, 2016 at 17:15

      remove the “it” 🙁

  8. Ramon on October 19, 2016 at 18:44

    The RNC needs to go after this. I don’t think they will because they really want to maintain status quo and wait till 2020. They might lay low till after the election. If HRC gets elected and the RNC gets weak, 2020 is going to be ripe for a third party.

    These are interesting times, it seems like we are on the cusp of a 1970s style uprising but it t hasn’t gotten quite enough momentum.

    • Hap on October 19, 2016 at 18:47

      I’m getting too old for this shit. And anyway, in 2020 this country will be past saving.

      • Ramon on October 19, 2016 at 19:42

        Maybe so. Maybe now.



  9. Hap on October 20, 2016 at 12:14

    Is it really “rigged”…..yes, all the corruption and collusion is baked into the cake and the cake does not by itself know what ingredients make it up. You need a Chef who can sort that out, although it’s like these government mandated food labels which throw in a laundry list of every chemical name and obfuscated term….and perhaps only putting things in the government specified. So what exactly are “natural flavorings”?

    Today I heard Trumps speech word for word. INdeed he did say he would accept results “IF I WIN”….to thunderous applause. He followed immediate by saying something like all kidding aside, here are the problems we face and what I would do about them.

    THAT….context and tone was completely excluded from the reporting I read on AOL.

    I need a quick fix of Gavin McGinnis.

    • thhq1 on October 20, 2016 at 14:34

      They get what they want to get, like their fact check on bleach. They they run virtual headlines.

      I think fact checking needs to be replaced by content checking. Hillary’s sack is small and contains specific carveouts and tax increases. Because of that, she’s always “me too” on revising the trade deals and securing the borders, which are the core of Trump’s message. Trump’s tent is big, and he sees the needs firsthand at his rallies. The factories and military power that USED to be there.

  10. John on October 21, 2016 at 10:19

    Richard,

    Did you watch Trump light up Hillary to her face last night? It was the most intense moment I’ve ever seen on TV. He spoke to a room of people who’ve spent the past year trying to destroy him, and gave them all a huge middle finger of truth. Watching the energy of someone exposing the dirty underside on live television was quite beautiful.

    • Hap on October 21, 2016 at 11:58

      Of course, it was all interpreted as Mean, Inappropriate…..and all manner of stupid.

      WE love his middle finger of Truth. However, he extends it everyone (who deserves) and almost anytime. There are times and places for this…..but apparently not this particular one.

      I hope I am wrong.

      • John on October 21, 2016 at 12:18

        My perspective is all the pearl clutching elites and their followers viewed it as the wrong time and place, while the rest of the country was cheering.



    • Richard Nikoley on October 21, 2016 at 12:41

      Yea, watched the whole thing. It did kinda make me cringe a bit after the humorous parts (loved the “Pardon Me” line…she even laughed and mouthed ‘good one’) and he went after her serious like…but no more than a fart in church, and then you laugh later.

      he shows time and time again that he’s doing this his way, his playbook, and everybody gets to think what they want about it. Same thing he did in the primaries and continues to do. Keeps all attention on him, at all times.

  11. thhq on October 21, 2016 at 04:37

    In response to being baited repeatedly in a very sarcastic way, Trump’s observed that Clinton is a nasty woman . This has been embraced by her supporters. They like this identity.

    During the debate Hillary blurted out “four minutes to launch”.

    Maybe her supporters don’t see a bad connection here. But Putin and the rest of the world do.

  12. Hap on October 21, 2016 at 17:10

    Impulse control does not appear his strong suit when “negotiating” (ie running for President). Actually, it’s a very good strategy (not for me) because it projects instability and unpredictability……a good asset when negotiating in some instances. Certainly for business there is generally no harm as opposed to potentially provoking a miscalculation with weapons of war,

    • Richard Nikoley on October 21, 2016 at 17:36

      ….discounting the hundreds and thousands of monarchs and politicians over hundreds of years who have explicitly heitened tensions and public opinion in order to wage war for polularity.

      I love how people always engage in this .sort of question begging.

    • John on October 21, 2016 at 17:44

      Makes billions of dollars via negotiating.

      “Impulse control does not appear his strong suit when ‘negotiating.'”

      This man is more calculating and strategic than you can imagine, unless you can imagine what it takes to make billions of dollars, largely in big league ultra competitive real estate.

      Doesn’t drink, doesn’t do drugs, doesn’t want to keep getting involved in global conflicts that our leaders kept getting us into. . . impulse control.

      • Hap on October 21, 2016 at 19:54

        I meant with speech.

        Never said he was not accomplished or brilliant.

        I readily admit he blasted away his primar adversaries with unconventional program. At this point I don’t second guess him.



  13. thhq1 on October 22, 2016 at 11:18

    I got into some boletes today, under red oaks. I’ll let you know how they turn out. Roasting a piece for lunch as a test.

    • thhq on October 22, 2016 at 18:55

      Appears they’re leccinum scabrum, or birch bolete. A common variety edible mushroom around here in people’s yards. Not sick yet, tasted good sauteed in butter. Down in CA sierras you should be getting some matsutakes about now.

    • thhq1 on October 24, 2016 at 12:34

      Based on on-line recommendations never to undercook, I’ve been preroasting them in the oven for 20 minutes at 350F, then stir frying with onions and butter. The tops are mushy and need a lot of time in the pan to dry out. I tried deep frying the roasted stems (stipes) along with razor clams. They came out about the texture of oven-roasted asparagus or firm cooked carrots, but mushroom in flavor. I expected something more like french fries.

  14. Krisztián Povázson on October 22, 2016 at 11:49

    The Beltway Elite is going to enthrone their candidate, no matter what.

    Electric voting machines without paper trace have been issued to 16 swing states, from the same type that was used in Florida in 2000, known for fractioning undesirable votes.
    http://blackboxvoting.org/fraction-magic-1/
    The manufacturer is one of Clinton’s campaign donors.

  15. Karl on October 23, 2016 at 00:47

    So now a porn actress is accusing Trump of… Of what exactly? A job offer she declined? Do these people have no shame? What’s next, porn actresses suing men because they actually watched their videos?

    On the other hand, this gives me an idea, as I was quite popular in my days and got unwanted attention from mostly elderly ladies. If they still live and I can find them, I’ll sue them! No problem that it is 40 years ago and that I did not react at the time. I know now that it was harassment! They will pay! Perhaps some of them are rich or famous, hurrah! And now that I think about it, one of them looked suspiciously like HRC… It MUST have been her.

    • thhq1 on October 23, 2016 at 05:51

      I haven’t kept up with the nasty village gossip’s bimbo extravaganza.. There must have been some more wikileaks. Haven’t kept up with them either. All I know is that it’s four minutes to launch.

    • John on October 23, 2016 at 09:09

      You forgot to mention that Jessica Drake just opened a new online sex store, apparently the day before she made her allegations public.

  16. forrest on October 23, 2016 at 08:12

    https://danielfast.wordpress.com/category/21-day-fast/

    Jimmy is on a 21 day fast. Is this something you can try? Maybe you can find the Lord again through your fast?

    • Hap on October 23, 2016 at 17:24

      On this site, I will take that to be sarcasm? Either way, I was going to comment that the appearance of Jason Fung’s and Jimmy’s book on Fasting is sometimes over the top . What people need and the book supplies is how to fast reasonably. However, it seems either overly spiritual or overly macho to extend these fasts, first for a few days, then a week, then several weeks…and maybe months. the guys who write about fasting seems to want to brag about how long “they” can fast….and then recall in detail. It’s sort of like Dick measuring (count me out)

      This brings me to other “new age” sorts of throwback ascetic or monkish activities becoming popular.. Not only extended fasting but extended silence retreats. the interesting thing is sthat you can discuss these practices openly with friends and claim all the health benefits without be concerned about criticsm……for being ascetic on a spiritual basis or quest. You are just being counterculture and CHIC.

      • forrest on October 24, 2016 at 01:46

        Correct Hap. Sarcasm with just a dash of trolling.

        Yeah, the whole “more extreme is better thing” just stinks to be honest. More often than not it just derails what would otherwise be a beneficial practice. If Richard has taught me one thing about food and exercise it is to calm the fuck down, keep it simple and get on with the rest of your life.

        Oh, btw. If we’re measuring dicks, count me in. I win about 97.5% of the time. My biggest complaint from my all time favourite ex was that it was just too fucking big. I still love her.



      • Hap on October 24, 2016 at 08:38

        I’m sure there is an operation available somewhere for you…….get her back.

        Can’t resist……so she thought you were a ” big dick”?



      • Richard Nikoley on October 25, 2016 at 10:32

        The idea of Jimmy Moore anywhere near a book on fasting just boggles my mind.

        This whole Paleo/LC schtick is now so chock-full of whores now it’s just deplorable.



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