"Everyone Is Going Insane..." - Lost In The Political Wilderness

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Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog,

I have, in numerous previous publications (especially Integral Psychology) given the details of many of those researchers. Here I will simply use one of them as an example. The model is called Spiral Dynamics, based on the pioneering work of Clare Graves. Graves proposed a profound and elegant system of human development, which subsequent research has refined and validated, not refuted. “Briefly, what I am proposing is that the psychology of the mature human being is an unfolding, emergent, oscillating spiralling process marked by progressive subordination of older, lower-order behavior systems to newer, higher-order systems as an individual’s existential problems change. Each successive stage, wave, or level of existence is a state through which people pass on their way to other states of being. When the human is centralized in one state of existence” —as I would put it, when the self’s center of gravity hovers around a particular wave of consciousness— “he or she has a psychology which is particular to that state. His or her feelings, motivations, ethics and values, biochemistry, degree of neurological activation, learning system, belief systems, conception of mental health, ideas as to what mental illness is and how it should be treated, conceptions of and preferences for management, education, economics, and political theory and practice are all appropriate to that state.”


As Beck and Cowan have pointed out, second-tier thinking has to emerge in the face of much resistance from first-tier thinking. In fact, a version of the postmodern green meme, with its pluralism and relativism, has actively fought the emergence of more integrative and holarchical thinking. (It has also made developmental studies, which depend on second-tier thinking, virtually anathema at both conventional and alternative universities.) And yet without second-tier thinking, as Graves, Beck, and Cowan point out, humanity is destined to remain victims of a global “auto-immune disease,” where various memes turn on each other in an attempt to establish supremacy.


This is why developmental studies in general indicate that many philosophical debates are not really a matter of the better objective argument, but of the subjective level of those debating. No amount of orange scientific evidence will convince blue mythic believers; no amount of green bonding will impress orange aggressiveness; no amount of turquoise holarchy will dislodge green hostility—unless the individual is ready to develop forward through the dynamic spiral of consciousness unfolding. This is why “cross-level” debates are rarely resolved, and all parties usually feel unheard and unappreciated.


As we were saying, first-tier memes generally resist the emergence of second-tier memes. Scientific materialism (orange) is aggressively reductionistic toward second-tier constructs, attempting to reduce all interior stages to objectivistic neuronal fireworks. Mythic fundamentalism (blue) is often outraged at what it sees as attempts to unseat its given Order. Egocentrism (red) ignores second-tier altogether. Magic (purple) puts a hex on it. Green accuses second-tier consciousness of being authoritarian, rigidly hierarchical, patriarchal, marginalizing, oppressive, racist, and sexist.


Green has been in charge of cultural studies for the past three decades. On the one hand, the pluralistic relativism of green has nobly enlarged the canon of cultural studies to include many previously marginalized peoples, ideas, and narratives. It has acted with sensitivity and care in attempting to redress social imbalances and avoid exclusionary practices. It has been responsible for basic initiatives in civil rights and environmental protection. It has developed strong and often convincing critiques of the philosophies, metaphysics, and social practices of the conventional religious (blue) and scientific (orange) memes, with their often exclusionary, patriarchal, sexist, and colonialistic agendas.


On the other hand, as effective as these critiques of pre-green stages have been, green has attempted to turn its guns on all post-green stages as well, with the most unfortunate results. In honorably fighting many rigid social hierarchies, green has condemned all second-tier holarchies—which has made it very difficult, and often impossible, for green to move forward into more holistic, integral-aperspectival constructions.


– From Ken Wilber’s 2000 article: The Integral Vision at the Millennium

First off, I want to thank everyone for bearing with me during my break. It’s rare that I step away from my incessant reading and writing for such a lengthy period. Emotionally and intellectually, I found it to be deeply invigorating as well as periodically frustrating. Frustrating, in the sense that I am unquestionably addicted to reading about current events, yet I came to understand that removing yourself from the 24/7 outrage news cycle gives you some much needed perspective. By removing myself from the conversation for a moment, I was able to more clearly recognize just how completely idiotic the conversation has become. Ultimately, whether or not I gained some genuine insight during my time away will be revealed by the quality of work I produce in the days, weeks and months ahead. So let’s get started.

One of the first tweets I published over the weekend as I was attempting to get back into the swing of things consisted of the following.

I was surprisingly pleased with the response it generated, and made me feel a bit more confident in the fact that there are many others out there who feel the same way. Unfortunately, it seems very few people with prominent platforms are consistently vocalizing this sense of isolation at the moment. Every day, millions of people are being pressured to “pick a side” by media, pundits, politicians — even close friends and family. Critical thinking that doesn’t fit into one of the two polarized camps of pro-Trump or anti-Trump are being dismissed or degraded. This is a very unfortunate state of affairs.

I think the U.S. citizenry is being afflicted by a sort of mass insanity at the moment. There are no good outcomes if this continues. As a result, I feel compelled to provide a voice for those of us lost in the political wilderness. We must persevere and not be manipulated into the obvious and nefarious divide and conquer tactics being aggressively unleashed across the societal spectrum. If we lose our grounding and our fortitude, who will be left to speak for those of us who simply don’t fit into any of the currently ascendant political ideologies?

I’ve always prided myself in having and maintaining a very diverse readership. Many of you are Trump supporters, and many of you are Sanders supporters. Very few of you are Hillary Clinton supporters. This is how it ought to be, considering that I advocate that the current paradigm is broken, unethical and needs replacing. I don’t pretend to have the answers of what needs to be done on every policy issue, but I do know for sure that we can’t continue along with the current model any longer. As such, my intent is to have a discussion with all of you who want something new, even though we will invariably disagree on all sort of topics. This is healthy and normal.

What isn’t healthy is cheerleading your preferred political candidate once he is in power. I see this all over the place when it comes to Trump, and I find it pretty sickening. I can begrudgingly accept the cheerleading during an election, after all, the entire point of an election is to win. I cannot accept it after victory has been achieved, however. Trump is now the President and wields a grotesque amount of executive power thanks to the precedents established by all of the horrible individuals who came before him. Trump didn’t create this mess, but he now holds the ring of power and that is something to be feared, not cheered.

This doesn’t mean Trump can’t or won’t do some good things. I’m extremely pleased that he torched the corrupt TPP, for instance. I also enjoyed his refreshing honesty with regard to foreign policy in a recent interview with Bill O’Reilly. That said, I have little patience for irrational cheerleaders on any side. The recent Berkeley protests provided the perfect issue to crystalize just how insane everyone has become, on all sides.

As I was getting back into the swing of things, violence at the University of California at Berkeley really captured my attention. It had all the hallmarks of insanity. Unknown masked thugs wearing all black attacking fellow citizens and destroying property because they were threatened by the words of a professional troll whose entire career is based on instigating violent snowflakes into metal breakdowns. One of the greatest controversies in the aftermath was Donald Trump calling for a end to federal money to the school since they thwarted free speech. From my understanding, the school actually defended free speech by allowing Milo to speak. I went ahead and retweeted the following.

This simple retweet was met with a complete mental breakdown by someone I would describe as a Trump cultist. The key attribute of a cultist is someone so blinded by cult of personalty worship, they rush to defend the person of affection in an entirely emotional fashion devoid of logic. Here’s what I’m talking about.

There are several things to note about the above conversation, if you can call it that. First, I engaged with this person in as a polite manner as possible until he lost his mind because I asked for some proof. I didn’t start the conversation by instinctively saying he was wrong, I merely asked for some evidence, particularly since I was admittedly out of the loop. Naturally, he couldn’t send me a simple link to defend his loaded statement. It very much reminded me of Hillary cultists crying about Russian hacking with zero proof. It’s merely hyperbole in order to “win” a political argument, which is just downright deranged.

Following the above meltdown, he sent me a tweet that referenced a website I had never heard of before claiming that a Berkeley staff member was one of the violent protesters. I have no idea whether this is true or not, but let’s assume that it is for the sake of argument. It still doesn’t justify his insane initial claim. He wrote “even faculty worse masks and attacked people.” First, he only offered accusations regarding one staff member. It takes preschool level logic to understand that this doesn’t make the University itself complicit in perpetrating the acts of violence. Berkeley administration clearly decided to allow the speech to go forward despite considerable backlash and threats of violence.

Of course, this isn’t to say that there weren’t some really disturbing aspects regarding campus police response to the violence. The more I dug into the story, the more alarming it became, but not because of what the Trump cultist above claimed, which is why irrational cheerleading is so entirely stupid and counterproductive. It distracts from the very real and very serious issues at hand.

For example, here’s some of what we learned about the response from the LA Times:

They dressed “like ninjas” and marched onto UC Berkeley’s Sproul Plaza like a paramilitary force armed with bats, steel rods, fireworks and Molotov cocktails, officials say.


The scheduled appearance Wednesday of conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos was still two hours away, but it was precisely the time that most local television stations were beginning their live 6 p.m. broadcasts.


Within minutes, the group of 100 to 150 agitators had smashed half a dozen windows with barricades, launched fireworks at police and toppled a diesel-powered klieg light, which caused it to burst into flames.


The self-described anarchists or antifascists have left school and law enforcement agencies struggling to cope with their tactics. 


Moving officers into Wednesday night’s melee, would have created “a lethal, horror situation,” said campus Police Chief Margo Bennett.


“We have to do exactly what we did last night: to show tremendous restraint,” she said.


But even though there was only one arrest Wednesday night, Berkeley officials insist the incident was something altogether new.


“We have never seen this on the Berkeley campus,” Mogulof said. “This was an unprecedented invasion.”

Let’s start with some of the commentary of the UC Berkeley Chief of Police, Margo Bennett. She is justifying the fact that her officers essentially allowed a domestic terrorist attack to proceed without police intervention in order to prevent further violence. How does this make any sense? We have been been conditioned to give up many of our civil liberties in order to stop the supposed terrorists under every bed, and then this sort of behavior is just allowed to happen? And yes, just in case you are wondering, the actions of these violent thugs fits exactly into the definition of terrorism.

Now I’m completely against the “war on terror” meme, and I think it’s merely a sophisticated way of conditioning the public to give away its rights in the face of fear-mongering, but don’t you dare take away my right to privacy and then just let the above happen with essentially zero arrests (there was one arrest according the article).

Moreover, don’t you find it interesting to compare what happened at UC Berkeley to the response of a UC Davis police officer (yes I know different schools) to peaceful seated protests in 2011. Recall the following image.

The difference in response is worth noting. Moreover, it appears that the school is drawing the exact wrong lessons from the incident. Rather than trying to figure out how to keep violent masked thugs at bay, the debate seems to now be centering around restricting free speech in order to avoid violence. In other words, giving in to the terrorists. The only thing this sort of thing will do is encourage more violence, because “it works.” It’s the pinnacle of madness.

Also from the LA Times:

Mogulof said Berkeley administrators are dedicated to protecting the 1st Amendment and free speech, but certain events might need to have a closer look, especially if there is potential for major disruption and destruction on campus.


School officials, he said, are reviewing their policing tactics as well as their policies and protocols for future events featuring controversial speakers.

Just in case you aren’t up to speed on how random and uncivilized the violence at Berkeley was, you can hear about it first hand from a school reporter who was there via the New York Times. This person is no fan of Trump by the way.

Until Wednesday, I never felt in danger during a protest. Around 7 p.m. I saw a huddle of people yelling at one another. As more people surrounded them, a burning red trucker’s hat was held up on a stick. There were reports that another student wearing what appeared to be a “Make America Great Again” hat was severely injured.


Then I saw someone wearing all black walk up to a student wearing a suit and say, “You look like a Nazi.” The student was confused, but before he could reply, the black-clad person pepper-sprayed him and hit him on the back with a rod.

I ran after the student who was attacked to get his name and more information. He told me that he is a Syrian Muslim. Before I could find out more, he fled, fearing another attack. Amid the chaos came word the event had been canceled.

In another widely publicized event, a female wearing a “Make Bitcoin Great Again” was pepper sprayed for wearing what looked like a Trump hat. Is this really what we have become?

But it gets worse, a lot worse. Far more disturbing than the violence itself, are those defending it. Here’s a particularly ludicrous example I encountered on Twitter over the weekend.

If this is the mindset of “the resistance” I want absolutely no part of it.

If it’s not obvious by now, I simply feel like I don’t belong anywhere in the current political environment. Fortunately, I have friends who feel the same way. One of them who was also not a Trump or Clinton supporter wrote the following to me expressing his frustrations with fake anti-Trump liberals. He wrote:

I agree that Trump is a dire problem, but what disturbs me far more greatly than that is the fact that so many people do not / did not see H. Clinton and Obama as every single bit the same dire problem (in a different flavor). To me they are/were and in some ways worse because, unlike Trump who is an obvious boor, their sociopathy is wrapped in a façade of reasonableness, intelligence, and articulation that is so acceptable to “our” social segment, that they somehow succeed in making people believe that what they are saying is what they are doing, even though what they are doing has nothing to do with what they are saying, is absolutely vile, and right out there in the open. Obama’s vastly increased surveillance state, war against whistle blowers, vastly diminished access of the press while claiming to have the “most transparent administration in history,” destroying the lives of hundreds of thousands if not millions of foreign civilians by disastrous foreign interventions (think Libya), extra-judicial assassination of American citizens by remote drones, giving Wall Street an absolute pass for destroying the US economy and utterly gutting the middle class, and the total disaster of Obamacare (written by Insurance industry lobbyists) are all totally unacceptable to me. The cherry on top is Obama, Clinton, and the whole Democrat machine parading around talking about the great recovery and how well everything is going while all the above is literally tearing the country to pieces and making America a target for the utterly justified ire of those whose families we are killing with flying robots. As far as I can tell, they are still completely clueless (or duplicitous) and seem content to point fingers at Trump, Putin, and some class of “deplorables” who, for some undecipherable reason, want to destroy America.


To me that means that far too many people who are currently gnashing their teeth about Trump want to replace him with something that is as bad in most ways and perhaps worse in some. And that fact is to me a bigger problem than Trump himself (or Obama himself) – that people by and large do not see that the entire government class is wholly self-serving and parasitic, and that the more urgent conflict at this point is not left/right but people/government. Or people versus concentrated power generally, no matter how it manifests. 

More impactful than the above, the same individual sent me a fascinating article on the evolution of consciousness written in 2000 by Ken Wilber. It centers around the concept of Spiral Dynamics, and while I have plenty of issues with how he describes the concept, I think it provides a useful framework for understanding and even accepting the current political environment. Basically, something like 98-99% of the global population is stuck within various stages of what is described as first-tier thinking. First-tier thinkers are absolutists, they cannot even comprehend any other side and are therefore more easily manipulated and divided and conquered, something we are seeing all around us at the moment. As such, it has become more clear than ever to me that we will not advance out of our current debased paradigm as a species until enough of us evolve our consciousness into second-tier thinking. Unfortunately, I am of the belief that you cannot learn your way into a higher consciousness, it simply happens to you for a variety of reasons, many of which are out of your control.

If you want to understand anything I discussed above, and will dive into in far more detail in future posts, you have to read at least Part 1 of the following article: The Integral Vision at the Millennium.

For those of you who consider yourselves to largely reside in the yellow state, I have one key message for you. There’s a very deliberate attempt to manipulate you into devolving back into one of the lower tiers. Likewise, there is a very deliberate attempt to prevent those on the cusp of higher consciousness from ever evolving. The reason is simple. The lower tiers are very tribal and easily divided and conquered. The higher tiers are not.

More to come.

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bamawatson's picture

eric holder is a coward

Crash Overide's picture

Instead of choosing sides, choose the truth.

DeathMerchant's picture

That would automatically rule out Eric Holder

J S Bach's picture

When the philosophy of your life is based on lies... you will inevitably "go insane".  This is why - no matter HOW hopeless it seems - RIGHT will ultimately win the day.  A return to natural law and a reverent respect for it will lead the stray sheep back to wholesome sanity.

Mango327's picture

CIA imports all sorts of drugs into America to get us addicted and dependent, Universities sow cultural Marxism to make us feeble minded, and the Media infects everyone with a general idiocy and goldfish-level attention span. Is it any wonder that a bit of Truth has made America go insane?


NoPension's picture

Ian Dabney Miller, 49 yo. Employed at Berkely.

Escrava Isaura's picture

Written by whom?

The winners?

Because, if that is the case, it’s all propaganda.


Chris Dakota's picture
Chris Dakota (not verified) Escrava Isaura Feb 6, 2017 9:58 PM


"When U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an attorney for the ACLU, she co-authored a report recommending that the age of consent for sexual acts be lowered to 12 years of age," the article points out.

Knight and York's footnoted documentation on this is as follows: "Sex Bias in the U.S. Code," Report for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, April 1977, p. 102, quoted in "Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Feminist World View," The Phyllis Schlafly Report, Vol. 26, No. 12, Section 1, p. 3. The paragraph (from the Ginsburg report) reads as follows: "'Eliminate the phrase "carnal knowledge of any female, not his wife, who has not attained the age of 16 years" and substitute a federal, sex-neutral definition of the offense. ... A person is guilty of an offense if he engages in a sexual act with another person. ... [and] the other person is, in fact, less than 12 years old.'


GeorgeHayduke's picture

Exactly. Good luck finding the truth anymore. It has been so spun, marketed, commoditized, and monetized about all we have left is something like a homeopathic truth burried somewhere in a pile of hammered shit.

38BWD22's picture




From the article, yes, it what The Left has become:

"In another widely publicized event, a female wearing a “Make Bitcoin Great Again” was pepper sprayed for wearing what looked like a Trump hat. Is this really what we have become?"

GUS100CORRINA's picture

I agree with choosing TRUTH. Where does TRUTH come from and how do we know it when we see it?

One of the most interesting questions regarding TRUTH came over 2000 years ago.

 [Jhn 18:38 NKJV] 38 Pilate said to Him (Jesus), "What is truth?" 

Even people of 2000 years ago were struggling with TRUTH.


No wonder everyone is going crazy!! People are afraid to talk TRUTH.

ThanksChump's picture

Exactly. Krieger, in an apparently obsessive attempt to capture and hold the uncontested middle ground, is somehow missing out on news that we on ZH read and stow away on a routine basis.

Krieger asks someone for a link about the UC Berkeley staff member who was a ringleader in the riots. How did Krieger miss that? It IS very easily searched and found.

The kid Krieger goads with that annoying style of malevolently-feigned, clueless ignorance that leftists use to frustrate victims, rightly assumed that Krieger can only be a CNN-guzzling, r-selected libtard. The kid got pissed off. The kid should track Krieger down for this libelous slag of leftist drivel, knock Krieger on his ass, and demand an apology.

You're not a centrist, Krieger. You only want to play one on TV. Centrist virtue-signaling is a new twist on an obnoxious and overused gimmick.

ThanksChump's picture

Krieger knows that.

He's either faking ignorance or he's a HuffPo/WaPo/NYT/BBC/CNN drone. Either way, fuck him for the smugness he exudes.

This bs fluff piece is him, pretending at centrist objectivity even as he plays identity politics with half the skill of Obama or Cruz.

Jubal Early's picture

I agree, but I will go a little further.

Kreiger is a Jew.  As such he has been wearing Jew colored glasses his entire life, as in he cannot accept the evil that his people did/are doing/are planning to do.  He's kind of like a Kustler or Gordon Long. 

Now these guys are really facing cognative dissonance.  They know that there is something more going behind the scenes that is causing these fractures and ruptures, but they cannot recognize that they themselves, due their failure to consider all the evidence that would implicate their people, are the problem or a very large part of it.

jwoop66's picture

Yes.  By the end of the article, I felt like Krieger needed to go back and apologize to the kid on Twitter.   The left is raging batshit crazy and only going to get crazier.   To make it sound like everyone is equally to blame is disingenuous at best.   People have tried to reason with the left for decades, giving them a little bit of what they want at a time and they still just shriek back, "RACIST!!..NAZI!!".   whatever.

Logic and reason will not work with them.  They will either be destroyed or they will destroy us all.  There is no middle ground.

Tactical Joke's picture

Oh, come on. He asked for proof. Are we really going to act like he left, or are we going to use the same tactics as the fascist anti-fascists?

I still haven't seen any proof that Bezerkely, the institution was culpable. The "EO" chief certainly bears some responsibility for the violence, and by externsion, so does Bezerkely, but that's no the same as the Iniversity supporting the violence.

We're supposed to be the reasonable ones, and we're acting just like those lunatics.

Got The Wrong No's picture

He was losing his readers because he couldn't keep his views to himself. This article was his lame attempt to make nice. He failed. 

balolalo's picture






Mustafa Kemal's picture

Nice article. Explains how many I know have been feeling, since the beginning of the election cycle.

DeathMerchant's picture

Here's your link Krieger and enough of your absurd bullshit!



Afraid of a little combat are you?? After awhile it isn't that bad and can actually be fun.

balolalo's picture

didn't he address this...? 

a staff member does not equate official or unofficial university support. 

it was a staff member acting of his own volition and not representing the entire university, nor other staff members in part or whole.  

under this logic then Dylan Roof represents all Whites in South Carolina and Obama should have cut funding to SC.  

how would y'all have reacted to that?

Neochrome's picture

If I invite you to come to my property but do nothing to chain my bloodthirsty, vicious dogs and in a fact refuse to chain them as you are torn to pieces and have one of my sons kick you in the head while lying down on top of it, am I liable for  your injuries? 

Tactical Joke's picture

Good god, we've become the left. Irrational, unreasoned, prone to fits of hyperbole against our "enemies."

DocBarter's picture

Krieger instigates trouble on Twitter then writes about it. He is a back stabber for attention. Everybody is a troll but himself. 

ThanksChump's picture

That hard-centrist virtue-signalling though... That's a new one. I bet his nose gets broken if he tries that face-face with anyone.

Sliced into ribbons's picture

We demand to see the Russian pee pee tape. #Pissagate

balolalo's picture


that would be the sex tape to end all sex tapes.

only that could knock kim kardashian from the top spot.  

Sliced into ribbons's picture

Can we please stick to the important issues like how many people were at Dump's innauguration?

LN's picture

"I think the U.S. citizenry is being afflicted by a sort of mass insanity at the moment. There are no good outcomes if this continues."

There are no good outcomes left at this point.

There is only bad, and worse choose wisely.


newworldorder's picture

The outcomes will sort themselves out sooner or later, one way or another. 

- Immigration - including border wall and 30 million illegals.

- Supreme Court 

- Anti American wishes of Silicon valley

- Congressional leadership and who is in charge.

- Paralysis and dysfunction of the liberal left.

- America FIRST governance or America last Governance

2017 will be an interesting year.

newworldorder's picture

The outcomes will sort themselves out sooner or later, one way or another. 

- Immigration - including border wall and 30 million illegals.

- Supreme Court 

- Anti American wishes of Silicon valley

- Congressional leadership and who is in charge.

- Paralysis and dysfunction of the liberal left.

- America FIRST governance or America last Governance

2017 will be an interesting year.

ThanksChump's picture

There's a choice?

I assumed civil war was a given when Ron Paul didn't win, way back in aught-4/aught-8. I keep hoping for a martial law decl., and the anarchical cover/chaos it will trigger. It never happens... It will though. All of this PC/SJW slacker-aiding BS will end abruptly, and no one will dare try to revive it.

LN's picture

There is always a choice.

Would you like to be disemboweled on a cushioned table, or a hard surface while on fire?


Cabreado's picture

Mike, you don't need to attack what is chaos with... chaos.

You don't sound rested.

ETA: "until enough of us evolve our consciousness"

If it takes an "evolution of conciousness" to vigorously protect the Rule of Law then the game is already lost.
When yearning for elevated consciousness leaves the Simple in the dust, it becomes bullshit.

tarabel's picture



Huh? He has to inform us that he was gone on a mental sabbatical?

Who knew? Or cared? Or is hysterically grateful that he has returned from Detox to once again guide us simpletons into the light.

As far as choosing sides goes, the idea of getting to a perfect symmetry with any large group of people is a ridiculous one.

People are going to have to take a stand with the eighty-percenters and hold their nose until the war is over.

But I have a simple criteria for choosing my side: I am for the survival of the US Constitution and its re-enshrinement as the law of the land. Everything else is negotiable -- land, people, money, you name it. The Constitution has to live at any price. It is utterly irreplaceable, while I and everyone else are completely expendable.

shovelhead's picture

This is an entirely rational proposition. Strongly adhered to and strongly equally enforced.

Dancing Disraeli's picture

Since the Constitution is merely a codified expression of White DNA, the preservation of Whites is even MORE important.  Once Whites are gone, anything remotely resembling the US Constitution will be a distant memory.

wisehiney's picture

Funny how they can never control leftist thugs.

But they ALWAYS hammer down on ANY conservative on campus.


blindman's picture

that was a lot and there is moar.
please, get with the asian pith some.
here a collection of links for the world
to enjoy if it had the time or interest.
very funny....
regarding the trump o'reilly segment
at 4 o'clock before the unbelievable 51st
super bowl.
notice how o'reilly diverts to mexico
when confronted with the answer to
the "moral equivalence" insinuation and response.
are they kidding us? there it is, pure and
glistening bullshit in the mid day sun.
John Cale - Buffalo Ballet
the mexicans are not well represented in the nfl,
that explains it.
Nico- These Days
House Where Nobody Lives Tom Waits

you understand that people in groups
or other conjunctions, consider the others
as abstractions. what are others and how
does one contextualize them? there is the
inclination and model that resorts to the
agricultural and agrabusiness theme, the one
where other people are like sheep, bears or
bulls. snakes and such, sleeping in the
mid day sun.
nuero linguistic programing is pouring/boring

Crash Overide's picture

"Let’s start with some of the commentary of the UC Berkeley Chief of Police, Margo Bennett. She is justifying the fact that her officers essentially allowed a domestic terrorist attack to proceed without police intervention in order to prevent further violence. How does this make any sense? We have been been conditioned to give up many of our civil liberties in order to stop the supposed terrorists under every bed, and then this sort of behavior is just allowed to happen? And yes, just in case you are wondering, the actions of these violent thugs fits exactly into the definition of terrorism.



Hannibal's picture

“Goyim were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world – only to serve the People of Israel,. Why are gentiles needed? They will work, they will plow, they will reap. We will sit like an effendi and eat. That is why gentiles were created.”----Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, head of Shas Council of Torah Sages during a sermon delivered Oct. 2010 in Jerusalem


10mm's picture

When Bankers/Private Money Changers run the shop,your 2 Party yapping means jack shit.  Keep yapping.

Son of Captain Nemo's picture


In all sincerity your best work "ever"!

Son of Captain Nemo's picture

Oh and Mike...

When you get the chance you ought to juxtapose "Billdo" O'Reilly's interview with President Trump before the Superbowl a.k.a. "But Putin's a killer"!... with John McCain and Lindsey Graham' committing open treason on their own government by inciting violence and backing "terrorists" in order to start a foreign civil war (http://thesaker.is/how-the-kiev-regimes-war-on-donbass-broke-geopolitics...)

The rioters to which you speak have no clue, and DON'T EVEN CARE what their own government is doing with their tax money in places like Ukraine, Yemen or Syria?... So how then can we expect them to be logical about any other issues related to the President and Congress that WILL NEVER TELL THEM "WHEN" AND "WHERE" THE NEXT WAR THEY WILL BE FIGHTING "WILL BE"???!!!!

shovelhead's picture

What the fuck is that happy horseshit at the top of the page?

Mike finally went full retard.

I lasted the first paragraph and had to quit becase of the laughter. What kind of clown comes up this hippy-dippy utter bullshit?

vic and blood's picture

Looks like a crock of dung to me. If the enlightened tiers are open borders globalists, I am happy to stay at a lower tier.