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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: Yesterday at 08:46:21 PM »
"General Obama was a really lousy general. General Ron Paul is also a lousy general."

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Critical Omissions with Douglas Dietrich
« on: Yesterday at 11:41:26 AM »
;D Haha. Speaking of DD: meth, and various drugs, can mess up your teeth. There is something even called "meth-mouth." But other substances also could cause teeth problems as one forgets about dental hygiene and just does drugs etc.

I've seen pictures of meth mouth.  Not pretty.

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Hey waitaminute.   Where is the fucking clown troll?  Who has his head mounted in their toilet bowl?

MV rocks! 

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Critical Omissions with Douglas Dietrich
« on: Yesterday at 11:19:00 AM »
Oh he is some kind of drugs for sure. The wild shit he thinks happened to him is up there as I said with Falkie. But we know Falkie is not on meth due to his larger size. So clearly crazy comes in many different styles. LOL

Yup, his being tweeker could also account for his frequent zombie-like appearance. 

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Critical Omissions with Douglas Dietrich
« on: Yesterday at 10:49:46 AM »
I've reviewed some of DD's stuff on YT, and, as was pointed out earlier by someone on this thread, he is obviously on speed.  Don't know weather he's just a pill popper or a meth user.  The expensive  problems he's having with his teeth suggest the latter as does his chronic lack of funds (if that is to be believed.)

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Politics / Re: US Navy Japanese container ship collision
« on: Yesterday at 08:03:43 AM »
Almost embarrassing.

No almost about it.  It is embarrassing.  It could have something to do with Obama's deep cut back of the number of mid grade officers in the military.  A lot of expertise and mentors for junior officers was lost.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: August 20, 2017, 06:35:38 PM »
When you go to post, there is a box that you post in. Above the box are the emoji smilie faces. Above those are little buttons. There is a picture of the Mona Lisa one that you can click on. That will make two image brackets come up. You post the image address of the picture you want to post in between those brackets.

Thank you for that.  I most always use an iPad and have developed a real aversion to using my HP laptop with Windows 10.  I haven't used a mouse in 15+ years and my reference to it was a lame attempt at humor.  Your kind offer of help is nonetheless appreciated. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: August 20, 2017, 03:47:35 PM »


Oh wait on now.... Trump was one of the principal advocates from about 2011 to oust Obama via the 'birther' movement. He said (with no proof) that he'd a detective in Hawaii looking into documents he could not believe.. Then, whatyaknow...Come inauguration Trump denies he even believed that!

"Trump's peccadillos" LOL..You're cute.. Threatening Venezuela with military action. Milking the applause to make him look good after inviting the widow of a killed SEAL to his inauguration get together in the house.
Threatening anyone and trying to destroy anyone who disagrees with him for any reason. Behaving like a petulant toddler each and every time the news reports some idiotic shit he's tweeted..Top tip. DON'T FUCKING TWEET!  Trump's peccadillos, might get us all killed. He's way out of his depth in a job he doesn't particularly like because it involves thinking. Something he's never really had to do except when it comes to scamming people.

Apples and oranges and your take on things which to respond to would only lead to another tedious  circular argument.  Your fear of Trump involving the U.K in a nuclear conflagration is noted so If I were you I wouldn't piss him off. 


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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: August 20, 2017, 03:27:05 PM »
One potential casualty of the furious debate over statuary is Seattle's statue of Lenin.



http://www.thestranger.com/slog/2017/08/17/25358103/mayor-murray-calls-for-removal-of-fremont-lenin-statue-and-capitol-hill-confederate-monument

Now the Fremont neighborhood where it stands is a funky place; it's right around the corner from a giant light-up rocket ship many times taller.  There's also a giant troll clutching a Volkswagen Beetle under a bridge nearby.  When they got it, most people shook their heads as the intent was clearly tongue-in-cheek, but it seems subtlety is scarce as hen's teeth these days.  You could just as easily see it as cold-war booty, like the quadriga on St. Mark's in Venice, or the stuff Napoleon plundered from Italy like the Apollo Belvedere.

The only fair thing to do is to ban all monuments/statues/displays of any kind on public property because there is sure to be a group of people who will see it as a symbol of oppression.  WTF?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: August 20, 2017, 02:13:16 PM »
Which lies are these? Be specific. The one about why Flynn resigned/ got fired? The one about how Trump distanced himself from Manafort, after he'd hand picked him as campaign manager? The one about how he got the AG and DAG to pen the recommendation to fire Comey (disparaging Clinton) only later for Trump to tell Lester Holt he'd decided to fire Comey anyway because of the Russia investigation looking into Flynn? The one about his family's ties to Russian banks? How about his insistence hed never met Putin, after twice saying in TV interviews he knew and liked him?

Has any of that been part of an acknowledged and highly coordinated effort to sabotage the President and impair his government because of an election defeat?  You seem to be trying to find a moral equivalent toTrump's peccadillos in the treasonous actions of the left.  Your raging hardon for Trump together with your socialist tendencies allow you to rationalize any and all crimes committed by the left.    But then, socialists are basically amoral and their ethics are situational so there is no appealing to any consistent personal standards of honesty in them. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: August 20, 2017, 01:28:47 PM »
No-one has sabotaged Trump more than Trump. He treats the post as an extension of his family and their businesses. He hasn't even tried to disguise that. He makes 'policy' by twitter and then whines like the toddler he is when people take him seriously, claiming he was joking, or not taking him seriously because what he tweets or says outloud is preposterous shite. He cannot and has never taken responsibilty for anything he's ever done wrong. Ever. He always blames someone else.

So you advocate the use of lies and political thuggery to over through a duly elected President.  You have just given us clear incite into your personal code of ethics.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: August 20, 2017, 01:02:33 PM »
It wouldn't be him making the decision.  I sincerely doubt he wants Trump to be forced out, or put in a position of feeling he needs resign. 

But the reality is he is the VP, and he would need to step up.

I don't care one way or another about any politician.  Its about policy, what legislation is enacted or not enacted, the direction of the country - not personalities.  Who cares about Donald Trump the person?  Don't even know the guy, he seems like a jerk, but loves the country and wanted to set it back on track.  And he wasn't the evil, dispicable, Hilary Clinton. 

If Pence gets in, we still want the agenda pushed through, if not then he's just another Rino to be despised.

I only care about the politician to the extent that whoever is elected should be given a fair chance.  The left has used the foulest of tactics and lies to sabotage Trump's presidency and if they were to succeed in forcing him from office it would be tantamount to a coup and would be ruinous to our system of government.  It would set the stage for endless counter-coups and political mayhem such as that seen in Venezuela and various other third world countries.  (Yeah, I know that some would say that all that is going on in this Counttry as we speak.)

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Critical Omissions with Douglas Dietrich
« on: August 19, 2017, 11:55:13 PM »
Praise MV! Texas only recently passed open-carry, DD. We also have a little known law that anytime a bottle of whiskey is finished it must be immediately thrown up in the air, a Rebel Yell shouted, and shot out of the air or, lacking that, thrown at a road sign from your truck.

A Texan, a New Yorker and a guy from Boston were sitting at a bar.  After several rounds and an hour of free wheeling bullshit with his bar mates the Texan said that he had to go and with that he drained his Lone Star beer, threw the bottle in the air, whipped out his Colt Peace Maker shot and burst the bottle on the arc.  He then announced to his bar mates that that was the way they did it in Texas.   Seeing this, the New Yorker said that he had to leave also and with that he finished off his martini, tossed the glass high in the air, swiftly drew a Sig Sauer 9mm from a shoulder holster, shot and neatly separated the glass's stem from its cup before it all went crashing to the floor.  He turned to the Texan and said that's how we do it In the Big Apple.  With an amused look on his face, the man from Boston said that he too had to leave and with that he knocked back his shot of Jameson's, drained his Sam Adams chaser, and pulled a Colt 1911 from under his hat on the bar and put two rounds into the New Yorker's center mass.  Turning to the Texan when the noise stopped he quietly said I'm from Bahstin and there's too goddam many of these fucking Na Yawkers showing up in our fair city when the Sox are playing at home against the Yankees

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Oh.  Forgot you are Navy.  If I had known that you were stuck I would have broken out the finger puppets and crayons to help you through your problem.

When I was in it was the days of iron men and wooden ships, young'un.  Didn't have any of this IT shit going on.  We communicated with semifore except in the case of Marines who only understood grunts and obscene jestures.  Pretty much the same as it is today.   Semper Fi.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: August 19, 2017, 06:47:09 PM »
You have to left click on your mouse and select "copy image address". You click on the mona lisa icon in the dialog box when you post and put the url address in between the brackets. That's how you post pics.   

This is what is seen when you click on the  mona lisa icon:
[ img]  [ /img]

post the image address in between those brackets.

Left click on your what?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: August 19, 2017, 03:23:38 PM »
This says it all.


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Hot Dam!  I just discovered this thread and got an immediate woody.  A whole board dedicated to wire brushing the Romanian ranting rectum and traveling freak show most recently known as Zsa Zsa.  I would have done it myself if I could've figured out how to. 

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: George Noory Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« on: August 19, 2017, 10:13:48 AM »
Can someone please ban this weird motherfucker that has an axe to grind with whatever ? This 'TheOne', 'Zaza' shit is getting old and tiring so fucking fast. Fuck you, weird ass Asian or russian guy.

Anyhow, just registered to rant, I dislike Snoory as much as the rest of you, that's why I'm here.

You are only the latest of many who have asked that question.  Despite Zsa Zsa's trashing BelGab for months now, MV has turned a deaf ear to pleas that he be banned.  With this Romanian asshole's posting of long drawn out screeds that include lengthy direct quotes one would think MV would do it in the interest of conservation of resources if for no other reason.  He's a resource sump who tries to drown out the conversations of others by manically frequent shit posting..  Below is a post I like to dust off and repost when the occasion warrants.



You on the other hand are the same asshole who last posted on BelGab as "NewStar." who I described as follows: 

   He has a history of haunting and regularly getting kicked off various blogs at which time he goes back to one he has been banned from under a different name.  His pattern upon returning is to generate a flurry of posts wherein he shows some familiarity with BelGab and joins in the criticism of some posters as a way of gaining acceptance by others.  He also creates new threads that he shamelessly touts on established threads as if they were something he happened to stumble over.   

It seems that this troll wannabe is trying real hard to pass himself off as someone who knows something about the U.S. and to give the impression that he might even be an immigrant.  However,  his piss-poor English and inane commentary are a dead give away.  He has no real grasp of our idiomatic expressions or insight into our culture.  I doubt that he has ever been closer to the U.S. than the Russian or Eastern European shit hole he was born in.  His commentary quickly becomes bizarre and stridently hostile to things American and he invariably goes ape shit in responce to those of us who see him for the twisted fuck that he is with a string of expletives that no one outside of a psych ward would put together in any language. No doubt he sees himself as a troll but he really sucks at it and should stick to playing Pong or whatever video game is current in the aforementioned Russian or Eastern European shithole.

As mentioned, he last posted on BG as "NewStar" and was banned from BG around March 19th of this year.  Take a look at his posts on or around that date and you'll see why MV saw fit to eject him."






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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: August 19, 2017, 08:33:23 AM »
I'm inclined to believe Bannon and think that the Trump we voted for has now been fully co-opted and reabsorbed back into the clutches of the deep state. It's why they're cutting him off from almost any communication except from them (the generals).  Perhaps the plan all along was just to try to start a civil war in order to justify bringing in a more repressive police state. ::)

I don't think it's all quite as sordid as that but we'll see. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: August 19, 2017, 08:05:10 AM »
Also don't forget that segregation was wildly popular in Boston and other places in the North.

In Southie it was a literal battle.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: August 19, 2017, 08:02:24 AM »
Yes, Brietbart will be fighting for our agenda now but a candidate actually ran on it, we voted for him and he won, we elected him. He's supposed to be getting that stuff done now but instead we get to watch while he's slowly manipulated out of it entirely...but hey, we got Brietbart.  ::)

You can accept the overturning of democracy better than I can. Enjoy more of the same, which I don't have to tell you entails them fucking you in the anus repeatedly and making you pay for it.  ;)

I think it highly unlikely that Trump will be put out of office.  Fair criticism is not stabbing Trump in the back.  If he listens to fair criticism he might be better able to advance the agenda that we voted for.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: August 19, 2017, 07:53:29 AM »
I'd hate to see some of these people on a jury.  Instead of facts it would come down to whether they liked the defendant.

Everyone knows that a female defendant with a winning smile and a great rack has an advantage with male and certain female jurors.  That's just the way of the world. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: August 19, 2017, 07:41:13 AM »
At least you are only going back half a century to make your point rather than going back to the time immediately following the civil war when there were many democrats who were really shitty people.  It makes me realize that they must all still be closet racists who are unhappy that they cannot act as they did 5 decades ago...

No groups have had their views evolve in that time.  :)


I think it much less a case of high minded evolution of views than it was political expediency.  Blacks are still living on "evolved" plantations in the major cities.  Think about it.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: August 18, 2017, 09:58:13 PM »
Don't forget FDR imprisoning folks into camps, especially Japanese, but also some others. And the asset and land forfeiture, especially in California, from those people.

How about Gov. Orville Faubus of Arkansas who refused to abide by the 1957 Supreme Court's ruling on Brown vs. The Board of Education.   This good Democrat  ordered the Arkansas National Guard to prevent blacks from entering white schools in Little Rock and Ike Eisenhower, a Republican, ordered the 101st Airborne in to ensure the black students entered the school safely.  Faubus actually stood blocking the doorway to a school and had to be physically removed. These are some of the things that get left out of textbooks nowadays because they are written by leftists. 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orval_Faubus

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: August 18, 2017, 07:03:00 PM »
Trump was Trump long before Steve Bannon came along.

Bannon is now free to wreck havoc on establishment politicians.  If you didn't like him in the West Wing you're really gonna hate him out and on the prowl. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: August 18, 2017, 06:47:06 PM »
That pretty much excludes you from the conversation. BTW, do you carry a Nazi flag or a Confederate flag?  Or both?

See that's the problem with people with ADD.  They talk way too much and don't listen.  I am a Yankee by heritage and in my opposition to the South's sessession and it's insistence on slavery being legal in states being added to the Union.  At the same time I can see how the South's prosperity and way of life were at issue and how there would be a natural opposition to the changes they saw as being forced on them.  I can also understand the instinct to defend one's homeland and see the nobility of ones fighting and dying to do that.  It would seem that some issues can only be settled by the shedding of blood and I fear that this is true with respect the current political differences we are experiencing.

When you and your ilk start caring more about the welfare of the Nation as a whole than protecting your particular rice bowl as is the case with militant Blacks, LBTGs, Latinos,  socialists, neomarxists,  etc., you may be regarded as something more than selfish, non contributing privileged minorities. 



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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: August 18, 2017, 05:24:47 PM »
Of course, I do.  That racist southern conservatives were often Democrats prior to the mid '60s is totally irrelevant.  They believed that Lyndon Johnson abandoned them so they became Republicans.  There are a number of these things called "books" that might help you understand.  Try one.  Many can be found in that same building where you get your internet access.

Some of the yellow dog Democrats became Republicans..  Most of them stayed Democrat and went on to exploit black voters.  Robert Byrd was the most prominent of them but there were many others.  Ernest Hollings, Wilbur Mills, etc.  The exploitation continues to this day. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: August 18, 2017, 05:17:29 PM »
It's Atreides, you fucking turd.  If you're going to misrepresent my position, at least spell my name correctly.  BTW, have you seen Raiders of the Lost Ark?  Were there any "good" Nazis in it?

Who gives a shit what the spelling of a Dune character is.  Go back to your video games and let the adults talk. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: August 18, 2017, 05:13:08 PM »
Yes.  The distinction alt.- right fails to make is that Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln et. al. despite any flaws, did great things and provided leadership for America.  Robert E. Lee and southern generals have no such record of service.  Frankly, many of the statues errected after the mid-sixties were but a last grasp by racists in response to the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act who could not abide losing the civil war or codification of the concept that all men are created equal.

You don't know what you're talking about as usual.   The statues were erected by fervent yellow dog Democrats.  Lee quashed a guerilla movement after the surrender that might have continued for decades.  He was respected by Lincoln, Grant, Sherman and many others.  Like all knee jerk liberals you are an ignoramos. 

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