Damn-the-torpedoes: Biden countermanded, huge payments for immigrants breaking American laws are back on | The Wentworth Report


Damn-the-torpedoes: Biden countermanded, huge payments for immigrants breaking American laws are back on. By John Hinderaker.

When he was first asked about the prospect of paying hundreds of thousands of dollars — $450,000, to be exact — to illegal immigrants whose families were separated at the border, President Biden called the idea “garbage” and said it “[wasn’t] gonna happen.” Apparently those in the Justice Department who were responsible for the deal hadn’t bothered to brief the president.

When a few days later he was asked again about the rumored agreement, Biden, now having gotten the message, did a 180. This time, Biden castigated “the last administration” and said that illegal immigrants “deserve some kind of compensation,” although he professed total ignorance as to what the appropriate amount might be.

Presumably Susan Rice, Barack Obama, Ron Klain, or whoever it is that actually runs policy in the White House got him up to date on the program and told him what to say.

Biden’s first bounce was that of a normal person. Not being aware of the outrage that his own administration has in the works, he denounced reports of it as “garbage.” Not surprisingly, Biden’s reaction was the same as that of an overwhelming majority of Americans. …

What is interesting to me is that the Democrats couldn’t have imagined that their payoff scheme would be popular. …

The Democrats are in a damn-the-torpedoes mode, and are determined to accomplish as much of their extreme agenda as they can, regardless of the consequences.

Popularity with core Americans has nothing to do with it. This is about encouraging more non-core Americans to come to American and vote.

Or as Steven Hayward suggests:

The payment to illegal aliens is simply a dry run to establish the foundation for paying reparations for slavery. Since Congress is unlikely ever to vote for such a thing, how about a collusive lawsuit against the Biden Administration that the Justice Department “settles” in favor of reparations?

Oh, reparations. To transfer money from those who don’t vote left, to some of those who do. Election outcomes are coming to really matter, just like in third world countries.

Uncovering the Healthcare System of Angkor – The Cambodia Daily


… This experience led him to initiate another dig, working again with Mr. Pottier, a member of the French research institution Ecole francaise d’Extreme-Orient. Together, they excavated a hospital in Siem Reap
province’s Angkor Archaeological Park in 2006.

This was one of the 102 hospitals that, according to stone inscriptions from that era, King Ja­yavarman VII ordered to be built in
the late 12th century. As Dr. Chhem will explain during a talk at the Royal University of Fine Arts on August 28, those hospitals were meant
for all the kingdom’s subjects…

Maté: Russiagate Has No Rock-Bottom

Maté: Russiagate Has No Rock-Bottom Authored by Aaron Maté via Substack, The indictment of the Steele dossier’s key source newly humiliates the Clinton campaign, FBI, and US media… It did not seem possible for the Steele dossier – the collection of Trump-Russia conspiracy theories funded by the Clinton campaign; hyped by the US media establishment; […]

Bosses? We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Bosses | The Wentworth Report


Bosses? We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Bosses. By John Conlin.

This glorious country — the most successful wealth and freedom-producing entity ever created — was founded on a profound insight: no bosses required.

Rather, the founders of this country had a grand vision of a country of free people. No kings. No rulers. No bosses. By limiting the power of government — and the myriad of bosses who wish to reside in it — the founders sought to protect the power of individuals. This was a process which unleashed the genius and wisdom of millions and made this country the envy of the world.

Unfortunately, over the past 100 years or so we have foolishly allowed political snake-oil salesmen — wannabe bosses — to attack this genius design. Top-down, “we know best” hierarchical organizational structures became all the rage.

This new age of man was supposed to usher in a glorious unleashing of human potential. Those in government quickly embraced this new way of thinking — as they saw themselves as the bosses of an ever-expanding ruling class — and the seeds they planted have permeated almost every aspect of life.

Now it seems government employees — both elected and unelected — and “experts” by the truckload, in effect, have become our bosses, covering most aspects of our lives. They rule over us with a militaristic, top-down, we-know-best structure from which there seems to be no escape.

Sadly, this is the path of any government that doesn’t adhere to strict limitations on its scope and power — it is the nature of the beast.

Almost every problem in this country has its roots in this new, boss-structured system design. Culture wars? Wokeness? Right versus Left? Public education battles fought through forced enrollment in government schools? At their roots, all these new institutions are created by the boss-system design — and if we don’t adjust course, bosses will be the end of us all.

The Biden Administration’s latest multitrillion-dollar, 2,400-page bill? It’s 2,400 pages of bosses. Obamacare? A couple thousand pages plus perhaps 20,000 pages of regulations. Bosses, bosses everywhere.

The “battle” to fight climate change is the most boss-producing action ever known to man. It envisions thousands of new and more powerful bosses in every area of your life. Why climate change requires an explosion of government bosses is never fully explained but some boss somewhere said it is required, and thus it is so. …

Freedom is self-organizing. It takes care of itself. Bosses just screw this up.

Yep. But try telling that to someone whose job depends on big government, and who has no confidence that they could earn a decent living if they were paid by people voluntarily giving them money in exchange for goods and services — instead of paid by taxes collected with the threat of government violence.

A final stand against Donald Trump, or Republicans’ finest hour? Why Virginia’s election is a referendum on America’s future — RT Op-ed



A final stand against Donald Trump, or Republicans’ finest hour?

Why Virginia’s election is a referendum on America’s future

The race for the governorship of the Old Dominion state was
supposed to be a shoo-in for the Democrats, but it’s now neck-and-neck,
with some predicting a Republican victory which would have huge
ramifications for Joe Biden.
Virginia’s six million
voters will go to the polls tomorrow to elect a new governor. This local
election has taken on national importance, however, as it is seen as
the first real test of President Joe Biden and his administration’s
agenda. In normal times, this election should have been a comfortable
victory for the Democrats.

Virginia is traditionally a solidly
Democratic state. In last year’s presidential election, Virginians voted
for Joe Biden by 54% to Donald Trump’s 44%. The state even voted in
favour of Hillary Clinton in 2016. The state assembly is controlled by
the Democrats, the majority of its House representatives are Democrats,
as are its two senators, and the party has held the governorship since

Up until mid-October, the vast majority of polls pointed
to yet another Democrat victory, but since then the Republicans have
tightened the race and most commentators are now saying that it is too close to call. Indeed, some are even predicting a Republican win.

know an election is tight when dirty tricks become the order of the
day. Take, for example, the orchestrated stunt last week where five
uniformed people stood in front of the Republican battle bus offering
their support. Many took this as proof that the Republicans had the
support of neo-Nazis; it later turned out, however, that the stunt
had been the work of the Lincoln Project, a group of ex-Republicans who
hate Donald Trump and are now avid Democrat supporters. The spectre of
Trump haunts this election, as it will all future ones unless and until
the divisive former president tires of political life. Something he
shows absolutely no sign of doing.

One interesting aspect of the
campaign has been the differing tactics deployed by the parties. The
Democrats have focussed their campaign on national issues, and a
plethora of national leaders – including President Joe Biden, his VP
Kamala Harris, and Barack Obama – have all descended on the state to campaign for their candidate Terry McAuliffe.

This seems to be a self-defeating method of campaigning at the moment, however, as Biden’s poll ratings have plunged
to 42% and Harris’ are equally poor. Moreover, a recent poll also found
that a massive 71% of Americans feel the country is headed in the wrong
direction under the current administration.

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By contrast, the Republicans have kept their campaign focussed on
local state issues, including low taxes and safe communities. Indeed,
the Republican candidate, Glenn Youngkin, has said that his “Day One Plan” will put Virginia on a path to “having the best jobs, the best schools, and the safest communities in America.”

former President Trump has not actively campaigned in Virginia for
Youngkin, he is holding a virtual rally for him today, and has claimed that “if my base turns out, he’s going to win.” However, although Youngkin has said he is “honoured
to have the backing of the former president, he has declined to take
part in the rally. And as the Republicans clearly have the momentum, it
makes no sense to switch from a locally focussed campaign to introduce
national personalities like Trump.

Meanwhile, Democrat McAuliffe,
knowing it might boost his support in the largely blue state, has
invoked the ex-president’s name a lot, despite claiming the election is “not about Trump”.

Trump aside, what is known in politics as “the wedge issue
in the campaign has been education, and the dividing line between the
two candidates is the role parents play in the schooling of their
children. Indeed, last month a father was physically dragged out of a
school board meeting in Loudoun County, Virginia, after announcing that
his daughter had been brutally raped at school by a gender fluid male
student in the girls’ restroom. The unnamed “boy in a skirt” has since been found guilty of the assault.

parents in Virginia have become increasingly concerned about what their
children are learning in schools, in particular with Critical Race
Theory (CRT), sexually explicit material, and pro-transgender policies.
Democrats have been dismissive, with Barack Obama warning against “trumped up culture wars” and “fake outrage.” Similarly, McAuliffe has argued that parents should butt out of their children’s education, stating that, “I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.

poll ratings have fallen since he made this statement, and Youngkin has
seized on what he believes is his opponent’s mistake, claiming that McAuliffe “wants to silence parents because he doesn’t believe they should have a say in their child’s education.”

big schooling issue has been the teaching of CRT, which encourages
children to view everything through the prism of race and to view all
white people as irredeemably racist. One parent, again from Loudoun
County, has claimed that her six-year old daughter has been made to feel “evil
simply because she is white. McAuliffe has been dismissive on this
issue too, however, claiming that CRT is not taught in Virginia and it
is no more than a Republican “racist dog whistle.”

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Unfortunately for the Democrat, though, it has now come to light that, on the contrary, CRT is cited as “best practise
by the Virginia Department of Education. If the Democrats do indeed
lose this election, then it may not be because of Trumpism, but the
issue of education.

And then finally we have the candidates
themselves. McAuliffe, 64, is a politician to his fingertips. He has
worked for both Bill and Hillary Clinton. Between 2001 and 2005, he was
the chairman of the Democratic National Committee and served as the
governor of Virginia from 2014 to 2018.

By contrast, Youngkin,
54, is a Richmond-born businessman who rose to be the CEO of the Carlyle
Group. Prior to this year, he had played no role in politics, and 10
months ago only 2% of Virginians had even heard of him. This race is
therefore being painted as the ultimate political insider versus the
outsider, al la Trump in 2016.

So, what will be the ramifications
if Youngkin manages to pull off this unlikely victory? Well, firstly,
right-leaning commentators would claim it sends a clear message to the
White House that Americans are sick and tired of identity politics, the
woke agenda, CRT being taught in schools, and schoolboys in skirts being
allowed to use girls’ bathrooms.

Secondly, it would be a boost
for Republicans in next year’s crucial midterm elections, and it would
make them confident that they can win control of both the House and the
Senate. And if that happens, Biden will be a lame duck president who
will struggle, even more than he already does, to get any bills through
either house. His agenda would be almost impossible to achieve.

that would mean ramifications that would reverberate right through to
the next presidential race in 2024. A beleaguered Biden, about to turn
82, against… who? His old foe, Trump, revitalised as the kingmaker who
helped win the midterms and turn Congress red? Or a more youthful,
vibrant opponent like Florida governor Ron DeSantis?

So tomorrow
matters a lot, not only for the Biden administration but for all
Americans in the years to come. Should McAuliffe squeak through for the
Dems, there will be a huge sigh of relief emanating from the White
House. And while that respite would be welcome, it may well only be

A Political Prophecy: Cancel Culture – Listen to Turning Point with Dr. David Jeremiah, Oct 20, 2021 | Truth2Freedom’s Blog


Disagreeing with popular opinion used to result in a healthy debate. Now it results in harassment, humiliation, and removal from public life. Today, Dr. David Jeremiah examines the dangers of the “cancel culture” movement. Is it just a temporary trend or a signal that the End Times have begun?

— Read on www.oneplace.com/ministries/turning-point/listen/a-political-prophecy-cancel-culture-919115.html

IS-K claims responsibility for Afghan suicide bombing that killed at least 46 at Gozar-e-Sayed Abad Mosque – ABC News

Comment by tonytran2015: The Taliban is fighting IS-K. The irony is that USA may soon reclassify Taliban as a friendly force!


  • The explosion happened during Friday prayers at a mosque in the city of Kunduz
  • Hospital sources and officials from the Taliban have confirmed dozens of deaths
  • No group has claimed responsibility for the attack

The Poisonous Spread of “Democracy” in the age of the newly defangled NEW WORLD ORDER – and the rising from the ashes of a New World Order once again. – muunyayo



The NWO as seen in 1990 died in 2020. The idea of a New World Order we lost alot, and worse here in America complete loss of trust in any government/media/bullshit narrative:

• The sensational attack on Iraq (which had legitimate beef with Kuwait). This was done under the guise of liberating Kuwait – when in fact this was done to entrench US Military assets permanently in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Jordan and Israel….at the behest of the wishes of the Zionist agenda for a Greater Israel Project.

• Waco – documented on the film “Waco – A New Revelation” , this is the most powerful expose of what really happened at the beginning of the standoff with a 4 hour gun battle raging between Waco compound Christians vs. ATF, DEA, FBI, State Police agents armed to the teeth for a blood bath. And how the fuckery intertwines with Texas…

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