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The things I read were not new to me.  In their context, I found them straight forward.

We are all America (North America minus Canada and Greenland).

The things he says were shouted all through the sixties.  The factual things he says are no less true today than during the Civil Rights movement.  His attitude may not be as current as many people would like, but think of what he has lived through...

I see.  So if a group of whites established a theological philosophy, and built one or more ''churches'' dedicated to weekly sermons regarding stereotypes of blacks and various grievances perpetrated on whites by blacks throughout history - including distortions and complete falsehoods to bolster the argument - and cursed black America from the pulpit on a regular basis, you'd be ok with that? 

What about if that church produced a president who regularly interjected himself - before having all the facts, and after learning the facts continued to encourage the misrepresentations of the events for political gain?  As Obama did with Ferguson, Baltimore, the Trevon Martin Case, that cop the neighbors called who then arrested the professor breaking into his own house when he refused to identify himself.

Would you say ''well, it's factual and it all rings true for people, but maybe the timing is off''; or would you suggest it was nothing more than hate, bigotry, anger, and divisiveness - at best?  And doesn't do a thing to help anyone or improve anything?  Would it be more palatable with a bit of Marxism and Christianity thrown in to dress it up a bit?

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... Paper*Boy and Abram - obviously the same dude - know for sure.

Obviously.  How did I miss that?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Today at 01:25:23 PM »
This from the king of road kill cuisine.  Two tacos an RC cola and a Moon Pie constitute a Thanksgiving feast in his trailer park.

Yup, them's good eats

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I wonder what the inside of the other nearby apartments look like.  Perhaps someone will post a YouTube comment asking him to do a video on that.

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... his apartment will have everything hauled away and trashed before being re-done and leased out and the world will continue to spin....

Yes, sooner or later someone else is going to be living there.  Perhaps they can find a like minded tenant and not have to do much with it before renting it out.


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Cursing at America is opportune on the heels of Tuskegee, in the factories of American sweat shops in China, at the deaths of International women's and children's  as collateral damage, on hearts of targeted individuals in heinous covert programs, after Matthew Shepard, and during the civil Rights movement.

PB, of the quotes in the link you proved, which I read, which one in it's context could you possibly disagree with?  In context.

And just so you know, everything he said in those comments regarding the US is either a complete lie, or extremely distorted.  As far as any incidents he or you brought up, that wasn't ''America'' doing them, it was specific individuals.  Some who happened to be in office.  America isn't the government, it isn't the corporations, nor is it any individual or group of individuals.

Any more than a bunch of inner city gang members committing some vile crime, or some fat lazy ''Obama phone'' piece of shit collecting welfare, is ''America''.  So God Damn Rev. Rot, and God Damn Barack Obama for distorting our history, and misdirecting blame for personal and political gain.

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Like I said, his timing isn't the best.

Obama is nothing, if not slick and polished - including ''timing''.  In fact he has no other qualities, skills, or accomplishments.  He had no issues at all with Rev. Rot, his comments, or his timing. 

Until they were brought to the attention of the American people.  Turns out that is what was inconvenient some how - not the comments or the ''timing'', but what they revealed about Berock Obama.  Not sure when the timing for his exposure would have been better received though.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 06:27:47 PM »
Good. Keep leftwing fascism alive. Duneboy is a pathetic loser who only visits Bellgab to bash trump. He has no interest in Art Bell. Paranormal. Coast to coast. Just a troll. And one who’s been continuously, humiliated and destroyed in his short tenure here...

And as he demonstrated with his ''bump stops'' comment, doesn't know what he's talking about - or care. 

But he's smugly sure the Left-wing fascists, the fake news propaganda media, those using race to divide us, and their big government Democrat Party allies are just what the country and world needs.  The good news is, if he ever gets his wish he'll be one of the first ones they come after.

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Cursing at America is opportune on the heels of Tuskegee, in the factories of American sweat shops in China, at the deaths of International women's and children's  as collateral damage, on hearts of targeted individuals in heinous covert programs, after Matthew Shepard, and during the civil Rights movement.

PB, of the quotes in the link you proved, which I read, which one in it's context could you possibly disagree with?  In context.

And people wonder why the Ds lost the House, the Senate, 13 governorships, nearly 1000 state legislative seats, and the presidency during the divisive Obama regime.  Go figure.

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the best idea I have ever seen for the pair of freaks (aka slow Kathy and the FAT CUNT SENDA) to actually earn their keep !
I say BRILLIANT !

would he be sporting his red shorts and toke man t-shirt ?
and would she be dressed like the slow Kathy Fleshy Mutant Love Doll ?

I guess his YouTube channel is sort of the modern equivalent, and we don't even have to pay a sideshow admission.  And the circus is never out of town.

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I find the Minister's complaints to have merit, although their timing is not very opportune.  He's not saying anything that wasn't decried in decades past.

Dr. MD MD wore me out.  Let's not! Please!

Oh.  So when is ''God damn America'' opportune?  Or the rest of his ignorant hate spewing?  Read through some of the quotes linked, and tell me they all have merit.

He's a liar.  He's a racist.  He poisons people's minds, and plays to their worst instincts.  He's an anti-Semite.  He's a hate monger, masquerading as a minister.  He hates this country.  He's a piece of shit.  And frankly, so is anyone who sat in that church and listened to it for more than a few minutes.  And that includes the individuals discussed upthread - you know, the ones who also count Farrakhan, among others equally putrid, as friends.

Remember, Obama never intended to be a serious candidate for president (he knew he didn't have the Constitutional qualifications, but that's another story).  His ultimate goal was mayor of Chicago, and having run in the presidential primaries even as a minor candidate would look good on his resume.  He had the good luck of serious candidates passing on running, thinking Hilary had it wrapped up.  Turned out she was just as much the loser in 2008 as she was in 2016.  Anyway, in Chicago having friends like Rev Rot, Farrakhan, Bill Ayers, etc are not negatives for mayoral candidates and Obama felt free to have and display these filthy, disgusting ''friends''.

http://www.azquotes.com/author/15967-Jeremiah_Wright 

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8)Trinity United Church of Christ is not racist.  Defining multiculturalism and remembering racial bitterness is not racism.  How retarded for people to suggest a black church would be racist.  If anything, it would be reverse racist.

Nothing personal toward this post here but this thread's superficiality and negativity, especially against minorities, is demoralizing.  Shut it down.

And what about Delilah?  Doesn't she compare to Noory?

What are you talking about?  On average - circa 2018 - I'd say black Americans are more racist and hateful towards whites and others than whites and others are towards them.  What, a black person can't be racist?  To say that is in itself racist.

As far as that church, under Rev. Rot, it was a Black Liberation Theology church.  Which is some evil concoction of Marxism, racism, and supposedly Christianity.  Black Liberation Theology, look it up.  Or just substitute the word ''white'' for ''black''.  That ''pastor'' is on record as spewing all sorts of hate for whites, and for this country.  Go find him and his garbage on YouTube.  And when you do, understand Berock and Michelle Obama had no problem with him, said he was a mentor before throwing him under the bus during their campaign, and sat there listening to it for 20 years.

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Random Topics / Re: Things That Annoy You
« on: February 23, 2018, 10:56:39 PM »
Employers who cancel a job interview at the very last minute, saying "We are re-thinking the position"...

After the initial irritation, I welcome idiots, jackasses, flakes, and the rest to identify themselves upfront so I don't end up wasting much time on them.  And fortunately, most of them do so fairly quickly.

The way I look at it is be happy you didn't end up working in a miserable situation with those dipshits.


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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Is anybody on b'cast radio comparable to Noory?
« on: February 23, 2018, 10:48:52 PM »
Although Oprah isn't dumb enough to be photographed with him


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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Is anybody on b'cast radio comparable to Noory?
« on: February 23, 2018, 10:44:35 PM »
... Open your mind.  Is it really so bad to (humanely of course) lower populations in countries where toddlers with bloated bellies suffer decade after decade in drought and famine?  No one should live in those lands.  It is ridiculous.  The parents can't feed their babies, are too emaciated themselves to nurse, and have little choice but to let toddlers toddle off unsupervised.  We've all read it in the news year after year.  It's sickening and inhumane to allow populations there to grow.  It spreads AIDS, venereal disease, starvation and other human suffering.  Yet without birth control, parents will increase the population. And without care for infant mortality survival rates, parents will continue to want to bear more offspring, knowing they will lose half their children.

Oprah is not racist.  African Americans in my community fondly call each other the n word all the time.  If her relatives couldn't take friendly fire, then that is the issue, not racism.

Isn't Oprah a member of that same racist church in Chicago the Obama's attended, and a friend of Farrakhan?

Regardless of that, the suffering in Africa is 100% due to the dictators that run those countries, their greed, their corruption, and their wars.

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Whatever happened to the old time traveling circuses, that would display folks like Falkie and Kathy? 

They'd be paid a portion of the ticket sales, and earn their keep doing after hours tasks like watering the elephants, cleaning the stables, and packing and unpacking when the show moved to the next town.  And have lots of friends among the clowns, freaks, and other carnies

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He went to the hospital complaining of chest pains, the doctor who diagnosed him with acid reflux restricted him to a diet of bland foods and to avoid tomato sauce, pepperoni pizza and/or other food products that would cause acid reflux to further occur so what does the fat cunt do?

Well, as we've heard before when he's been told something: it's the same old thing, just like having his mother telling him what to do - but that was always what was best for her, not him.  He knows what's best for him, and that's what he wants to do in the moment.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 23, 2018, 09:24:14 PM »
The bar for a warrant is not high.  You confuse it with indictment.

The bar for wire-tapping a political opponent during an election is quite high.  Hence the FISA warrants

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Random Topics / Re: george show us his so called new credit card
« on: February 23, 2018, 03:08:44 PM »
That is absurd. $30 a month user fee! Seriously, this is worse than those pay day loan scams. This needs to be regulated more. People are idiots and essentially you have these lenders preying on the poor on government assistance. Essentially your taking tax payer money and handing it to financial institutions because some poor people are morons.

Falkie doesn't care.  He knows he has a certain amount of guaranteed money coming in each month, and if that's what he has to pay to get more now, so what.  Same goes for making the minimum monthly payments on the cards he already has, what does he care what the interest rate and other fees are - it's not like he had to go out and earn it.

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I watched about two minutes each of several recent videos, I don't remember which one it was but this fat idiot is planning on catching another cat and giving it to Kathy. 

Hey dumbfuck:  feral cats don't make the transition to becoming permanent indoor cats - certainly not forcibly - and this almost certainly won't go any better than last time.  Despite how smart you think you are

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: February 23, 2018, 10:33:56 AM »
I'm not making this up. Joorch has a snappy new name for Pirranormal Date.

Pee Date :o

George always knows what to say to the ladies


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 23, 2018, 12:53:52 AM »
Found it! :D

https://www.ned.org/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Endowment_for_Democracy

Just curious, what is it you think they did regarding the Contras, or Iran during the Reagan years?

The assistance given to the Contras and the friendly governments fighting Soviet/Cuban backed rebels wasn't a whole lot of money.  These are tiny third world countries that mostly grow coffee and other crops.

I've got some photos taken of abandoned coffee farms burnt and being burned taken from nearby hills, maybe I'll dig them up, scan and post them.

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Random Topics / Re: george show us his so called new credit card
« on: February 23, 2018, 12:44:05 AM »
Did I hear him right? $87 annual fee plus $30 a month use fee? With an APR of 36 percent!
 
Holy sheet!

Yes, if a deadbeat wants a credit card, the issuer is happy to give them one but wants to ensure they get their money back and make a profit. 

So let's say 100 bums want credit cards, and the bank has statistics showing half will pay them back and half won't.  Well, the half that pay them back need to cover the losses from the half that don't.  I don't want to be in that pool - covering bad debts left by people gaming the system.  It's why most people repay their debts and are able to get no-fee cards with high credit limits, and qualify for the lowest rates when they borrow money.  From what he says on his videos, it sounds as though Falkie has earned his status

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 23, 2018, 12:02:32 AM »
It was the sale of arms to Iran to fund the Contras that was the no-no. This was after the Shah fell and the whole Iran Hostage situation.

The Iran-Contra hostage crisis was 1986-87, the hostages taken after the fall of the Shah was 1979-80.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 23, 2018, 12:00:08 AM »
Then why was there a scandal and a hearing about it when that came out? I think you're wrong about this one. Look, I wasn't trying to start a debate about whether that was right and good or not. The fact is Reagan was able to funnel money to them through his chosen NGOs and through other more nefarious means, obviously.

As I mentioned 1) the Congress passed the Boland Amendment every year which supported the Contras, and 2) the Congress passed the Boland Amendment every year, but tweaked the language each year, meaning some years X was approved, other years it wasn't.

The makeup of the Congress changes every two years due to elections, and from time to time due to death, resignation, and so on.  It was very difficult getting support for the Contras through the House, and those bills hinged on a vote or two - which is why the language had to be tweaked - in order to get the 218 votes it needed.

Iran-Contra was a separate issue.  Congress approved certain activity and supplies and did not approve other.  Oliver North bypassed Boland restrictions to get certain support to the Contras, rather than leaving them hanging the way we did our allies in South Vietnam.  And good for him.  Iran-Contra was another witch hunt, and when the hearings were televised, the American people were solidly behind North and his actions.  The Democrats slunk off and dropped it, and that was about the end of it.  Only to revive it later as an epithet, when memories had dimmed.

Recall the early and mid 80s.  Iran and Iraq were the two bullies in the region - keeping each other in check - and had a gruesome devastating war with each other.  Saddam was gassing the Kurds and the Iranians, Iran was forcing kids across mine fields in advance of their troops, etc.  It was US policy that neither defeat the other decisively, as having one or the other dominate the region unopposed was unacceptable .  Under the radar we provided low level assistance to each side when the tide would turn against them.

It was against that backdrop that Iran was provided obsolete weapons by Israel, at our request, who then forwarded the funds from the weapons sales to the Contras.  So what - it's not like Reagan illegally removed economic sanctions, provided planeloads of cash on pallets, and green-lighted the Iranian ICBM and nuclear weapons program

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 22, 2018, 11:05:24 PM »
The NGO is one of the worst ideas ever. It's a loophole around democracy. In the 80s it allowed Reagan to fund the Contras without congressional approval; it's allowed even more big money special interests to influence politics and now this. ::)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-governmental_organization

Not so.  The Congress passed support for the Contras every single year.  As they should have. 

If you recall, in the early '80s the Soviets were on the move - most notably Afghanistan, Angola... and throughout Latin America.  In our hemisphere they operated through their proxies in Cuba (funding thuggish ''rebel'' groups in various countries in Central America, the Caribbean, the Andean countries, even Mexico).  The same fools who not so long ago were going down to Venezuela supporting that government, were telling us the wonders of La Révolution in Nicaragua, etc.

There was absolutely no reason for the US to sit by and watch our allies be attacked by our enemies - assassinations, the murders of peasants, blowing up infrastructure, destroying villages and crops, kidnapping, extortion, on and on.

And shame on the Congress micromanaging what we could and couldn't do, tweaking the Boland Amendment every year.  One year X was ok, next year it isn't, then back (the president is the commander-in-chief and determines the details, not the Congress).

The Democrat Congress - who at the time often sided with the Russians (!) on a variety of policy items - held support for our allies in the region hostage in exchange for their budget busting programs.  Turns out that group foreshadowed what that party was going to turn into twenty some years later.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: February 22, 2018, 10:32:45 PM »
Yup, that’s what we all thought.  Who would have believed that half the population are traitorous louts?

To be fair, a substantial percent of Hilary's voters were illegal aliens

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Random Topics / Re: MV AND THE MUDKING
« on: February 22, 2018, 07:36:08 PM »
I'm taking a poll...should "Martinez Tonight" come back on air? What do you think?

Really?  You have to ask?

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: February 22, 2018, 12:12:28 PM »
Was I find interesting is that several of the guests over the years on C2C have had "legit" professions (dentists, lawyers, psychiatrists, etc) but also practice their "expertise" in woo-woo. Some imply they still practice. I looked up one of them a few years back and she seemed to still in good standing in the Bar. Do opposing attorneys or their clients know that they claim to be psychics, witches, "experts" on "Exopolitics," etc? I would hope/think that if they claimed such to clients that would be some kind of fraud or at least malpractice? Or are their clients "believers" and seek them out? "Dang, I got caught for DUI who was that lawyer on C2C AM who also was communicating on international space treaties with Grays? Oh yes, I'll call him...sure if he got the Nordics out of the dispute with the Demons he could get me out of this fix..."

A very low percentage of lawyers ever argue a case in court.  Most are either working in the bowels of large and small law firms doing research, having meetings, putting together files, supporting those who are going to court, etc; working for various organizations in-house (corp, non-profit, govt, etc); or working in some other field - while keeping up with their bar credentials.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: February 22, 2018, 12:11:27 PM »
Traditionally the men's room is devoid of mixed company, making it a suitable place for salacious gossip.

I did not know that.  I'm going to have to start paying more attention.

Or, my original premise is this is what goes on in the ladies room and you may be projecting.  Was that wrong?

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