For a decade I’ve tried to explain this:

Oxymoronic Peaceful Protest

If you’re at peace — you’re not in protest


If you’re in protest – you’re not at peace.

There’s a difference between peaceful assembly and protest. A protest can never be peaceful in actuality.

Government Psyop Agitprop (Conditioning The People)

Government (and boot licking press) labels protest (e.g.: destruction of commerce/attacks on Caucasians/attacking-kidnapping people via stopping them on a road/storming restaurants, etc.) as peaceful. Why? To condition us to accept anarchy.  Here’s why. 1. The government creates anarchy. 2. The People have had enough anarchy and ask the government that created the anarchy to end it. 3. The government then implements very strict rules on The People in return of the promise to end it. Keep the people safe.

Why? Their end means is Oligarchy.

Democracy (mob rule-anarchy) is simply the gateway to oligarchy.




Conservatives do themselves no favors by selling out their views and cheering Trump’s liberal policies, while assuming that some of the conservative advisors around him will clean up the mess. That will destroy any leverage we have to talk him off the ledge.

There is nobody closer to Trump than his daughter. If you think some of the conservative advisors have more clout than Ivanka, you are not paying attention. She is to The Donald what Huma is to Hillary. If he was willing to adopt this plan at her behest, there is a lot more where that came from. And it’s as old and stale as Bernie Sanders.

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According to the media, Tim Kaine took a life transforming “mission” trip to Latin America in 1980. Conveniently left out of these stories, are the radical reality of the Cold War in Latin America and Tim Kaine’s Soviet sympathizing mentors. In fact, whatever Kaine’s intentions, he more likely met Karl Marx than Jesus Christ while there.

Connect the dots with a little history, and an alarming picture emerges of Kaine’s adventures with radicals and revolutionaries in 1980s Latin America.

Reports indicate that in Honduras, “Mr. Kaine embraced an interpretation of the gospel, known as liberation theology…”

This wasn’t mainstream “Catholic thought” at the time. It was a radical, Marxist-based ideology at odds with the Church, the pope, and the United States, but supportive of (and supported by) the Soviet Union.

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How’s about some commie ketchup on that burger? It’s extra red. A little Marxist mustard for your dog? What about a pinch of socialist sauerkraut on that bubbling bratwurst?
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