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Let’s Review 70: Professor Terguson Edition

Professor Terguson: You remember that thing we had about 30 years ago called the Korean conflict? And how we failed to achieve victory? How come we didn’t cross the 38th parallel and push those rice-eaters back to the Great Wall of China?

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, left, and South Korean President Moon Jae-in cross the military demarcation line at the border village of Panmunjom in Demilitarized Zone Friday, April 27, 2018. Their discussions will be expected to focus on whether the North can be persuaded to give up its nuclear bombs. (Korea Summit Press Pool via AP)

Kim Jong Un may have no nukes It may be sabotage. That could come from a Rod from God, which is the name for our telephone poles of tungsten that orbit Earth. Released, they use the kinetic energy of gravity to put a big hole in the ground. However, as romantic as that is, I have no evidence. Or it may be the work of Navy SEALs.


“Why a U.S. Navy Spy Submarine Is Flying the Jolly Roger. The skull and crossbones flag is traditionally flown to celebrate successful missions — but just what has the USS Jimmy Carter been up to?” Kyle Mizokami wrote in Popular Mechanics 11 days after the tunnel collapse.

Watch and Learn: The NHS is the False, Neo-Pagan Religion that Replaced Christianity in the U.K. The NHS is the neo-pagan religion. The hospitals are the replacement for church buildings. The administrators are like the bishops. The doctors are like priests. The nurses are like religious (sisters). Obedience is required, and anyone who dare question this pagan religion, which is, by definition, the state religion, must be punished and ostracized. And since this neo-pagan religion’s sacrament is human sacrifice, human sacrifice WILL BE OFFERED. It will be offered in the form of abortion, race-replacement (Pakistani for white), euthanasia, and now open, unhidden homicide as we are seeing with Alfie. It is considered the height of virtue in the U.K. to happily participate in this sickening neo-pagan cult of death.

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Shocking footage shows junkies taking over San Francisco BART station ‘Someone needs to clean this up. Every morning, every day, it’s the same thing. ‘Junkies shooting up and making Bart the most pleasant experience ever! I walk the Civic Center Station everyday and not once has this changed. ‘Does someone need to be hurt first ? I’ve posted several of these videos and sent it to #BartSF #BartPoliceDepartment and nothing.’

Nothing calls attention to the absurdity riddling the public pension system quite like the $76,000 monthly pension drawn by Joseph Robertson, an eye surgeon who retired as president of the Oregon Health and Science University last fall.

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The Heart-Racing Drama of Dissecting a Beached Whale A few moments before, she had heard on the radio that a body chopped to smithereens was discovered in plastic bags. Her rental car was filled with scalpels, hand knives, gloves, wood saws, and an array of gardening tools—equipment one would need to commit such butchery. The plastic bags in the back seat certainly did not help.

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Many footprints going out….800,000 People To Flee New York & California In Next Three Years | Zero Hedge

Today there are 37 cities worldwide with populations of greater than 10 million, and 84 with populations greater than five million. More than three quarters of these cities are in developing countries. Together with their surrounding metropolitan areas, these cities produce a sizable portion of the world’s wealth and attract a large share of global talent.

We have lived in a time of mercy for too long. This condition has been abused to the point that the incompetents rule over the rest of us, and they have shown us their true nature, which is that they desire power above all else and will use that power to crush us. They fear us and hate us. They will use their numbers to displace us, then kill us off, and then will relax in their newly-created third world wasteland where all of our traditions, laws including “muh Constitution,” and ways will slowly be perverted into something that fits the third world model.

There was a large picture of Kim Jong-Un in The Daily Telegraph this week as he visited the hospital to which the survivors of a bus crash had been taken. Dressed in a white coat, he leans over the side of a bed, bringing comfort to its injured occupant. Next to him are two doctors, also in white coats, taking notes of the pearls of medical wisdom and advice that fall from Kim’s lips. Not a word of that wisdom must be lost for posterity; for when a Kim speaks, The Lancet and The New England Journal of Medicine become redundant.

American masses behave like locusts. They move from one pasture to another until the land is ruined, and then they move on to the next region. Just as locusts are viewed as pests, these groups of people are viewed as an impersonal collective. People stare westward in horror at the thing that is California, and they remark, “They’re all insane over there. We as a population are a statistic, not a people. We are eaters running out of space.

Poland, which has rejected migrant quotas, has also been voted the safest country for women in continental Europe. The country is also giving tax breaks for additional offspring to incentivize couples to have more children.

The chilling story of the ‘demon core’ and the scientists who became its victims Like the tungsten carbide bricks before it, the beryllium dome reflected neutrons back at the core, pushing it toward criticality. Slotin was careful to ensure the dome – called a tamper – never completely covered the core, using a screwdriver to maintain a small gap, acting as a crucial valve to enable enough of the neutrons to escape. The method worked, until it didn’t.

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Our civilization is so broken, that it is now possible to take death out of the family. Like every other human thing, it now belongs to the State. The British State decided when and how Alfie Evans should die, and of what his “death with dignity” should consist, in unapologetic contempt for the wishes of his own mother and father. For hardly the first time, the legal and medical machinery of State decided when to remove “nutrition, hydration, ventilation”; that Alfie must die in a hospital, attended by professionals, not at home alone with those who loved him. The bureaucrats now have policies on this.

Roughly the size of Kuwait, Jarrar makes a point of publicly self-identifying as an “Arab American Muslim American Woman” —apparently she threw two “Americans” in there just to cover her girth—and declaring that she absolutely hates white people.

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  • EndOfPatience April 30, 2018, 12:09 PM

    I hope the new MAD will cover the 43 Man Squamish championships.

  • John Venlet April 30, 2018, 12:33 PM

    When I served on the USS Los Angeles (SSN688) , a broom tied to one of the sub’s masts was the traditional signal of a successful mission, rather than flying the Jolly Roger.

  • Donald Sensing April 30, 2018, 1:40 PM

    I am wondering whether the broom signified success in actual combat as traditionally understood, rather than success in covert, non-combat actions. I was Army, so I cannot say. Just wondering.

    If I was Trump, and Kim had just preemptively agreed to my strongest demand to denuclearize, I would go to the table pushing hard for reunification of the peninsula and sweeten the lure by describing how filthy, stinking, personally wealthy Kim would become if he goes along. Of course, he’s stinking rich now, but with reunification, he becomes an ex-dictator who can travel anywhere in the world with impunity, where half the decadent West will greet him like a rock star. Feed his ego. And include his nobility-class sycophants, also.

    In other words, bribe the heck out him to get out of the way. Rescue millions of North Koreans from brutal rule and near-starvation. If it costs the US and ROK $100 million or even $250 million, that’s cheaper than letting the status quo continue.

  • Rick April 30, 2018, 6:08 PM

    In 1968 I stepped over that same line of demarcation between South and North Korea and took a leisurely stroll around the north end of the building the peace talks were held in. The UN guards were quite animated and made unflattering references to both my family and my IQ. It was only when they told me how lucky I was not to have been captured and imprisioned by the North Koreans that I fully appreciated my stupidity and luck.

  • Casey Klahn April 30, 2018, 10:25 PM

    Nicely reported, Don. Sounds like an A Team (fantasy TV show) mission, but is just swooft enough to be plausible. Using the logic of simplicity, I’d say that the tunnel system collapse, followed by this unusual conciliation on Kim’s part, is all I need to understand what probably did happen. The Jolly Roger is a nice touch. In the army, we used a broom to signify a clean sweep, or total win, when every mission objective was met across the board (such as all companies in our battalion passing the unit evaluation tests). I don’t know what the pirate flag means, but I love the theory behind this story.

    Photo of the year, and probably the decade: Pompeo meeting Kim.

    Kotisaari Island. I was there at Rovenemi and nearby, at Kemijarvi, which both straddle the Arctic Circle line. Very beautiful. One thing I learned while there was that the line of the Arctic Circle is not static, but moves. That’s a no shit story.

  • John Venlet May 1, 2018, 3:58 AM

    I am wondering whether the broom signified success in actual combat as traditionally understood, rather than success in covert, non-combat actions. I was Army, so I cannot say. Just wondering.

    Don, my initial understanding also was that the broom was flown only for actual combat missions, that is until the Captain of the LA, CDR John F. Shipway, at the time I was onboard, flew that broom after successful completion of one of our exercises when we returned to Pearl. COMSUBPAC met us at the dock and congratulated Shipway and the crew and acknowledged the appropriateness of our flying of the broom upon that occasion.

  • MMinLamesa May 1, 2018, 5:22 AM

    NO. I don’t believe that is really an Obama tweet. I know his arrogance is meter pegging but c’mon, that’s too much for even him.

    Isn’t it?

  • Max Renn May 2, 2018, 5:13 AM

    Admit it. You double-checked the light-bringer’s twitter feed just to make sure.

  • Chris May 3, 2018, 7:13 AM

    Regarding the broom on the Sail… it’s a very old reference to the vessel having swept the enemy from the Sea. In WW2, Us submariners used it to indicate that they sank every ship they attacked. The fact that it was the Carter that flew the Jolly Roger indicates that the Seal team which she likely carried achieved some significant mission. I doubt the Rods of God theory…simply because getting a weapons system like that in place makes too much sense, and when was the last time the govt. did anything sensible?

  • Quent May 3, 2018, 12:23 PM

    Looking at that photo of the Navy submarine, I had now idea that they are now crewed by homeless people.

  • Max Renn May 4, 2018, 5:17 AM

    That is one fast sub.

    “Why a U.S. Navy Spy Submarine Is Flying the Jolly Roger. The skull and crossbones flag is traditionally flown to celebrate successful missions — but just what has the USS Jimmy Carter been up to?” Kyle Mizokami wrote in Popular Mechanics 11 days after the tunnel collapse.

    North Korea is 7,685 miles from the USS Jimmy Carter’s home base in Washington.

    The sub would have to averate 29 mph to cover that distance in 11 days, given a straight A-to-B course, not the evasive routes subs normally follow.

    When you read something in the media, just assume it is written by an agenda-driven imbecile.

    You will be correct 98% of the time.

  • Vanderleun May 4, 2018, 8:50 AM

    Maybe. But the top speed of the Carter is “given” as 29 mph. What is actually is is not really public but I would imagine the top speed would be greater th an the speed given.

    It also assumes that the target of any raiding parties was the nuclear test site which is assumed to be highly guarded and is more than 100 miles from the sea over very rough terrain.

    https://www.google.com/maps/place/41%C2%B016'47.9%22N+129%C2%B005'10.5%22E/@41.2799703,129.0512309,14z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0x0!8m2!3d41.2799722!4d129.08625

    I agree that much is agenda driven and reported…. but here I’d have to say that disinformation and noinformation extends to the Navy and the Government.