Saturday, January 9, 2021

Horned Guy Revisions

 Historical Participants,

Jake Angeli, the guy in the videos with a horned Davy Crockett hat was at an Arizona BLM rally, as well as the congressional chambers. He IS a QAnon celebrity, and I just didn't know. Several people have pointed that out. Thanks Cat for this Thursday phone interview with "Shaman Jake".

Thanks for this image, Colleen, but it seems like the cartoon was revised, rather than predictive.

The video of Ashli Babit being shot was taken by a BLM activist at the advancing front line in the capitol building. Thanks Travis.
Why Was Founder Of Far-Left BLM Group Filming Inside Capitol As Police Shot Protester?

Is there some cancer growing everywhere, independently of nations?
How does cancer work? it kills the host, right? Yugoslavia, Georgia, Ukraine...
Do you realize now what you have done? US gets the kind of ‘democracy’ it championed overseas​  
Nebojsa Malic​ ​is a Serbian-American journalist, blogger and translator, who wrote a regular column for from 2000 to 2015, and is now senior writer at RT.Russia Alert  (Hey, Russia survived something like this after a decade at death's door.)​
​  ​Way back in 2004, the Guardian wrote approvingly about how the US has created a “slick” operation of “engineering democracy through the ballot box and civil disobedience,” developing since Belgrade a “template for winning other people’s elections.”
​  ​Now the same mainstream media that slavishly followed the State Department line in denouncing elections elsewhere as “rigged” and color revolutions as spontaneous democracy are clutching their pearls when Americans who believe their election was stolen take to the streets and storm their Capitol.

​Moon of Alabama​ is not a QAnon acolyte, but an intelligence analyst:
​  ​Trump spoke out against violence and called on the people to leave peacefully only to get censored by the blue tick monopoly:
​  ​Protesters, who were seen fighting with officers both inside the building and outside, were described as "special people" by President Donald Trump, who responded to calls to condemn the violence.
​  ​In a video address shared on Twitter, he urged his supporters to "go home" but repeated an unsubstantiated claim that the election was "stolen".
​  ​He said: "I know your pain, I know you’re hurt. We had an election that was stolen from us, it was a landslide election and everyone knows it especially the other side.
​  ​"But you have to go home now, we have to have peace, we have to have law and order, we have to respect our great people in law and order. We don't want anybody hurt."

​  ​He described it as a "tough period of time", and repeated false claims that the November's election was "fraudulent".
​  ​He ended the video message by calling the protesters "very special", adding: "We can’t play into the hands of these people.
"We have to have peace. So go home. We love you. You’re very special."

Twitter disabled the video from being liked or retweeted "due to a risk of violence". It was later deleted.
Explain to me how the above quotes are risking violence or a breach of 'civic integrity'? 
What, please, is that?

​Trump's speech was long, unscripted, spontaneous, repetitive and has a lot of specific facts about the multi level electronic and human election rigging (which had to get sloppy and blatant, after the Dominion adjustments weren't adequate).​
​  ​Our exciting adventures and boldest endeavors have not yet begun. My fellow Americans for our movement, for our children and for our beloved country and I say this, despite all that’s happened, the best is yet to come.
​  ​So we’re going to, we’re going to walk down Pennsylvania Avenue, I love Pennsylvania Avenue, and we’re going to the Capitol and we’re going to try and give… The Democrats are hopeless. They’re never voting for anything, not even one vote. But we’re going to try and give our Republicans, the weak ones, because the strong ones don’t need any of our help, we’re going to try and give them the kind of pride and boldness that they need to take back our country.
​  ​So let’s walk down Pennsylvania Avenue. I want to thank you all. God bless you and God bless America. Thank you all for being here, this is incredible. Thank you very much. Thank you.

Tiananmen Avoided in D.C. as Trump Era Ends, Tom Luongo​
​  ​On January 6th, 2021 the Trump Era of U.S. history ended. 
Nothing will be the same after the events on Capitol Hill. There is no going back. That much is obvious.
​  ​The shock of those events wasn’t Trump calling a rally of his supporters to the Capitol or that they were seething with anger over what is clearly a stolen election.
​  ​The shock was that they “aimed to misbehave” after coming to the realization that the America they thought they lived in no longer existed.
​  ​I’ve said many times in 2020 that this election was the last chance to keep a lid on their anger. It was, in their minds, their last non-violent way of choosing the rules they lived under.
​  ​As long as the results looked even remotely fair they would be willing to accept them and make the best of it. That’s the contract right?
But they would not accept fraud.
Because fraud is theft. And theft is force. Theft is ultimately violence.
​  ​So everyone clutching their pearls today over the ‘violence’ of January 6th needs to remember that violence is baked into this story at every level.
​  ​In fact, the worst pearl clutchers are the ones whose power is most threatened, i.e. Congress, and the cowards unwilling to stand next to those facing them down.
Her name is Ashli Babbitt.​ ​
​  ​Because as George Washington almost certainly didn’t say …
​"​Government is not reason, it is not eloquence,—it is force! Like fire, it is a dangerous servant, and a fearful master; never for a moment should it be left to irresponsible action​."​
​ ​Force was on display fully at the capitol but it wasn’t coming from the people. It was coming from Congress who knowingly certified a fraudulent election hiding behind their cowardice and corruption.



  1. Why do you think John Sullivan was in the Capitol filming? Instead of always asking questions about issues you haven't taken the time to research, why not do you research, propose a thesis, and put your credibility on the line. Why do you think a BLM activist would go into the Capitol with a mob of QAnoners and Trumpists?

    1. I think there is a range of possible reasons.
      You want to do what you say I should do?
      Go for it.
      Say what you think, Jake.
      I work.
      Do you have plenty of time?
      Research requires sources. Sources are hard to find.
      Information costs money, and people who pay to generate information will have some agenda.
      My agenda is right up front. It's trying to figure out what is happening, and how I and we should best adapt for the common good.
      No ads. No secret payoffs.
      I've got to go make some chicken wire into little round cages to discourage deer eating and tearing up the avocado and other fruit trees at the "homestead".
      The sun is out.

    2. You may not have time to research, but as an adult human of a somewhat advanced age, you should have sufficient understanding of human nature to realize that some people love being part of large mobs because they get a psychological rush from mob action and provocation. They love being at the center of action more than they love the cause itself, and they live off the adrenaline rush of being close to 'big events'. Thus his own explanation in his own video: "I was there to document events and to be a part of history... Who doesn't want to be there for the action, right? Who doesn't want to watch a whole lot of Trump supporters fuck up the Capitol? That's why YOU watched it. You watch action movies, right?" This is not some anomalous psychological profile, but a common occurrence within a culture in which social conflict fulfills the demand for sensational entertainment that conventional media cannot (you can look in the mirror and see this playing out in your own mind). This is the most logical and succinct explanation for why he was there, why he has attended left and right wing events in the past, and why has no meaningful relationship with other activists. And it was so obvious that I was able to make this hypothesis before researching it, unlike the bozos who wrote the article that you irresponsibly shared.

      You go on taking care of your avocados and chickens, and I will go on with my life knowing that I am accountable for the things I communicate to other humans.

    3. Thanks for your thoughts, Jake. No, I don't get a rush from mobs, but I know many people do. Big football game vibes creep me out from a distance. So that is one possible explanation of why that guy was there. There re others. People seldom share, and my not even know their deeper drives and motivations.
      I did not watch it. I looked at a few video clips to get some idea.
      I don't watch action movies.
      I have not watched TV in the new millennium or a movie since the kids grew up.
      I share a lot of things. I'm prompt to retract falsehoods, and engage different views.
      We can share and work towards common good.
      This is not just abstract and intellectual. I am accountable.
      I guess you don't eat avocados or chickens, but you do eat something.
      What one needs to keep eating an drinking and living is important, and it's a community thing. We can't survive alone.
      Have we met? Jake is a common name.

  2. On the contrary, John, people love to share. In our age, people have the technology and desire to share their thoughts and feelings with the entire world, and do so with stunning frequency as a form of self-promotion. Not everyone, mind you, but the amount of transparency among Gen-Z and Gen-Y would-be 'influencers' should not be news to you. And while such people often do not tell the whole truth when they share, their speech and body language are often immensely telling, and provide all the clues a person of average social intelligence would need to understand what they are about. Certainly more clues than the innuendo and puzzlefication of ZeroHedge, which seems to be your preferred form of entertainment, and is the textbook definition of speech without accountability.

    1. Thanks Jake, and I fully agree. The price of Zero Hedge is it's bent, it's aggressive comments section, the pop-up ads and the poor and intermittent connections. It was just a sleepy little blog when I found it in 2008.
      No "entertainment" for me these days, just service. Time is too short.
      The payoff of sites like Zero hedge and (gasp) Rense, is that they find and post stuff that is more than 2 standard deviations from the MSM "mean", "fringe" stuff.
      The MSM is the party-lie on anything important, so I am stuck having to scour these kinds of sites for anything else.
      It's a dog's dinner, isn't it?
      There is a cost incumbent upon production of information. Any source has paid that cost. The source might or might not charge me and it might be overt or hidden.
      "Influencers" work through electronic social media, which is a hidden cost. I work through Google and Gmail, which is a hidden cost, and will hit when Google sees fit. My blog started as such in spring 2016, when my news-mail (identical) sends kept getting blocked by Gmail, no matter what I did to comply. They were pro-Sanders, anti-Clinton, ha-ha-Trump... The second day after the election, everything worked fine, until 2018, when the same thing happened, then it was fine the day after the voting. It was less that way this cycle, mostly in the summer, but always a little bit, and variable, and often hidden now. My emails just go t=straight to trash for a lot of people these days. e-tagged, somehow...
      Our speech and body language and our faces are revealing. We are human together, though some of us are hard to read, either by training or inclination. We are sharing and social.
      The controllers need to separate us from each other and make us pay to engage across their wall. Smartphones are working for that, and so much more. This is the business model and the control model and it looks like it may become an important part of the thinning-the-herd model, too.
      When your only tool is a hammer, the whole world looks like a nail.

  3. "An Unlikely Nation Is Kicking This Pandemic. Guess Which. Then Why."

    1. Thanks Jeremy. INDIA!

    2. Thanks, Amazed!. That is a great link to crack open some of the propaganda-infected US minds. Also, this one which the article links to: