Archive for July, 2016

TBR News July 31, 2016

Jul 31 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. July 31, 2016: “The loud protestations by the Democrats about the release, and the pending release, of  highly embarrassing filched documents from the DNC files concerning the activities of Hillary Clinton seem to be missing the point…on purpose. It doesn’t really matter if the Russians, the Swedes, the Saudis or perhaps the Aztecs located and exposed these documents. The question is are these original documents? The DNC has not gotten anywhere near this issue but instead is making a childish attempt to deflect voter interest by claiming Putin did this. It’s not that any American agency ever uses the internet to attack perceived enemies. The release of DoS papers that caused the Arab Spring came from the US Army’s DARPA program but the subsequent rebellions and mass murders that resulted from the release of these genuine papers were blamed  on Bradley Manning and not the Pentagon.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News July 30, 2016

Jul 30 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. July 30, 2016: “Almost without a sound, the Great Cyber Wars roll on. Someone, the professional Democrats for sure, blame Russia for stealing and publishing very compromising documents from the files of the DNC. The release came from Wikileaks which is based in Iceland and Sweden, not Russia but the real issue here is not who obtained the documents but their accuracy. The DNC is not disputing their authenticity or accuracy but screaming that this flood of highly negaltive material had something to do with Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin. Again one would really like to know if the released documents, and many more to come, are genuine. Since the DNC does wish to address this, the conclusion would be that they are and that the screams and accusations are a cover. Also in this posting, we have a most interesting one from Dr. von Johnston which I recommend for enlightening reading. You will find it posted at the end of this article” Continue Reading »

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TBR News July 29, 2016

Jul 28 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. July 29, 2016: “All of this extremely entertaining racked from the Democrats about the Russians stealing emails is typical of the lies we see daily from Washington and its shabby minions. There is not a scrap of evidence that any Russian stole emails that make Hillary and her goons look like what they are: congenital liars and crude manipulators on a par with nineteenth century ward bosses and modern evangelicals. Clinton is not anywhere near a decent person and the record of the Clinton White House parallels that of Richard Nixon or Franklin Roosevelt for fabrications and total mendacity. The Democrats do not have a guaranteed road to the White House and though the whorish media, to a man, hates Trump, the voting public does not and loss of power and bribe money is driving the Democrats wild with fear and anger. The Democrats have been pestering me for money via the Internet and I have replied that I wouldn’t give Hillary or her pet goons a dime.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News July 28, 2016

Jul 28 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. July 28, 2016: “Some time ago, a senior FBI official whom I knew became very angry with me. He had asked my opinion on a matter and when I gave it to him, shouted that I was negative, opinionated and anti-social. I asked him why he bothered to ask my opinion if he had such views and he replied that I was always right.

There is no question that the murderous activities of Arab religious fanatics against the populations of Europe will result in truly terrible counter-actions by those peoples if they see that their political leaders are apparently incapable of defending them.

Their responses against the large Muslim populations of their countries will be terrible to behold.

The politicians will weep and wring their hands, just before the mob wrings their necks.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News July 27, 2016

Jul 27 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. July 27, 2016: “The sharp increase in urban terrorism by Sunni Muslim fanatics against European targets is in direct response to the heavy losses IS is taking from aerial and ground attacks on their personnel.

As IS loses ground in its attempts to create a Saudi-backed Sunni empire, it now is trying to terrorize Europe into abandoning their efforts.

One of IS weapons is the massive Muslim population in Western countries, a population filled with potential assassins.

Someone asked why there are no firm reactions to this random murderous terrorism and the answer is that there are 17 million reasons why France, Germany and other targeted countries do not wish to crack down.

Germany has 4,800,000 Muslims;

France has 4,700,000 Muslims;

Sweden has 350,000 Muslims;

Italy has 970,000 Muslims;

Denmark has 270,000 Muslims;

The UK has 2,660,000 Muslims;

Austria has 500,000 Muslims;

Norway has 120,000 Muslims;

And the United States has 2,750,000 Muslims.

To even attempt to control these numbers would certainly result in more anger and more terrorist acts and the only solution would be surrender to the terrorists or the institution of savage counter measures. The latter, slow in building, will come when the threatened populations force their leader’s hands and we will see a reprise of the Reign of Terror of the French Revolution.

Perhaps slow in coming but coming it surely will.” Continue Reading »

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Tbr News July 26, 2016

Jul 26 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. July 26, 2016:” Here is a very blunt letter from a reader that sums up views we keep hearing from many other readers. The writer’s opinions are his own but if we did not agree with nearly all of them, we would not print it. Because the author is a government official, we are leaving his name off for obvious reasons:

‘It doesn’t matter who is right.

What does matter is who wins.

Empires die badly.

The US is the largest oil user in the world.

The US doesn’t produce enough oil to grease up a sheep.

Russia has direct, and oblique, control over huge amounts of oil.

Instead of dealing with Russia, the American oligarchs tried to steal their oil.

If Russia were a small country, the US would invade it, set up a vicious but cooperative dictator and steal the oil.

But this would be called “saving ———for democracy.”

And then the US Army would rape anything, male or female, under ten.

And then kill them and their weeping parents.

We see in the leftwing rags “Save Darfur!”


They don’t have any oil.

Let them eat each other and move on.

Hillary is a Jewish dyke.

Put her in the White House?

I don’t think so.

Putting her into a garbage can would be better.

Evil, vicious Zionist bitch.’” Continue Reading »

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TBR News July 25, 2016

Jul 25 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. July 25, 2016:” This is rapidly becoming a decade of official deceit and public disillusion.

The issue under discussion here is MERS (Mortgage Electronic Registration System).

MERS, set up by the government  in 1995, now claims to be a privately-held company and their official function is stated to be ‘keeping track of a confidential electronic registry of mortgages and the modifications to servicing rights and ownership of the loans.’  MERS is actually a U.S. government initiated organization like Fannie Mae and Freddy Mac and its current shareholders include AIG, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, WaMu, CitiMortgage, Countrywide, GMAC, Guaranty Bank, and Merrill Lynch. All of these entities have been intimately, and disastrously, involved with the so-called “housing bubble,” and were subsequently quickly bailed out by the supportive Bush administration

In addition to its publicly stated purpose of simplifying mortgage registration MERS was also set up to assist in the creation of so-called  Collateralized debt obligations (CDOs) and Structured investment Vehicles (SIV). The CDOs is a type of structured asset-backed security (ABS) whose value and payments are derived from a portfolio of fixed-income underlying assets. CDOs securities are split into different risk classes, or tranches, which permits these entities to be minced into tiny tranches and sold off by the big investment banks to pensions, foreign investors and retail investors. who in turn have discounted and resold them over and over.

It is well-known inside the American banking institutions that these highly questionable, potentially unsafe investment packages were deliberately marketed to countries, such as China and Saudi Arabia, that are not in favor with elements of the American government and banking industry and were, and are, marketed with full knowledge of their fragility.

The basic problem with this MERS system that while it does organize the mortgage market, it also knowingly permits fiscal sausage-making whereby a huge number of American domestic and business mortgages, (59 million by conservative estimate) are sliced up, put into the aforesaid “investment packages” and sold to customers both domestic and foreign.

This results in the frightening fact that the holders of mortgages, so chopped and packed, are not possible to identify by MERS or anyone else, at any time and by any agency. This means that any property holder, be they a domestic home owner or a business owner, is paying their monthly fees for property they can never own. Because of the diversity of the packaging, it is totally and completely impossible to ascertain what person or organization owns a specific mortgage and as a result, a clear title to MERS-controlled property is impossible to get at any time, even if a mortgage is fully paid. No person or entity, has been, or never can be, identified who can come forward and legally release the lien on the property once the loan is paid.

In short, MERS conceals this fact from the public with the not-unreasonable assumption that by the time the owner of the home or business discovers that they have only been paying rent on property they can never get clear title to, all the primary parties;  the banks, the government agencies, the mortgage companies, or the title companies, will be dead and gone. MERS is set up to guarantee this fact but, gradually, little by little, mostly by word of mouth, the public is beginning to realize that their American dream of owning a house is nothing but a sham and a delusion.

The solution to this is quite simple. If a home or business American mortgage payer , goes to the property offices in their county and looks at their registered property, they can clearly see if MERS is the purported holder of the mortgage. This is fraudulent – MERS has never advanced any funds in the transaction and owns nothing. It is merely a registry. If MERS is the listed holder, the mortgage payers will never, ever, get clear title to their property.

In this case, the property occupier has two choices: They can either turn the matter over to a real estate attorney or simply continue pouring good money after bad. And is there relief? Indeed there is. In case after case (95% by record) if the matter is brought to the attention of a court of law, Federal or state, the courts rule that if the actual owner of the mortgage cannot be located after a reasonable period of time, the owner receives a clear title from the court and does not need to make any further payments to an unidentified creditor! It will stop any MERS based foreclosure mid process and further, any person who was fraudulently foreclosed by MERS, which never held their mortgage, and forced from their home can sue MERS and, through the courts, regain their lost homes.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News July 24, 2016

Jul 24 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. July 24, 2016:”The left wing and liberal section of the world’s media has been loud in praise of the Clinton woman and even louder in snide remarks about Mr. Trump. The general public, obviously, is not listening and Trump has an excellent chance at the Oval Office. The liberal wing does not like to talk about the flood of illegals in this country or the looming and terrible mortgage problem that the government orders them to be silent about. The mortgage swindle and the rising unemployment problems in the United States, plus the weakening American positions in world affairs are never addressed in the media. They are indeed discussed in public but only on an Internet that Obama and Sunstein have desperately wanted to control (but can’t). And then there is what is often called the ‘Deep Internet’ which governmental snoopers cannot access and this entity allows all manner of secure communications to flow back and forth. Why, one asks, are the government agencies so frantic to spy on the general public? They do not want a reprise of the Vietnam protests that came very close to open rebellion.”

Thoughts of the Forbidden Man

Only through his capacity for adaptability does the force of the written word approach that of oral speech. The orator may deal with the samesubject as a book deals with; but if he has the genius of a great and popular orator he will scarcely ever repeat the same argument or the same material in the same form on two consecutive occasions. He will always follow the lead of the great mass in such a way that from the living emotion of his hearers the apt word which he needs will be suggested to him and in its turn this will go straight to the hearts of his hearers. Should he make even a slight mistake he has the living correction before him. As I have already said, he can read the play of expression on the faces of his hearers, first to see if they understand what he says, secondly to see if they take in the whole of his argument, and, thirdly, in how far they are convinced of the justice of what has been placed before them. Should he observe, first, that his hearers do not understand him he will make his explanation so elementary and clear that they will be able to grasp it, even to the last individual.

Secondly, if he feels that they are not capable of following him he will make one idea follow another carefully and slowly until the most slow-witted hearer no longer lags behind. Thirdly, as soon as he has the feeling that they do not seem convinced that he is right in the way he has put things to them he will repeat his argument over and over again, always giving fresh illustrations, and he himself will state their unspoken objection. He will repeat these objections, dissecting them and refuting them, until the last group of the opposition show him by their behaviour and play of expression that they have capitulated before his exposition of the case.

Not infrequently it is a case of overcoming ingrained prejudices which are mostly unconscious and are supported by sentiment rather than reason. It is a thousand times more difficult to overcome this barrier of instinctive aversion, emotional hatred and preventive dissent than to correct opinions which are founded on defective or erroneous knowledge. False ideas and ignorance may be set aside by means of instruction, butemotional resistance never can. Nothing but an appeal to these hiddenforces will be effective here. And that appeal can be made by scarcely any writer. Only the orator can hope to make it. Continue Reading »

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TBR News July 23, 2016

Jul 23 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. July 23, 2016:” The French are very quietly establishing military defense treaties with the Russian Federation, and in order to deal with the problems of high energy costs, the E.E.C. is trying to work with the Russians to establish an oil industry [in the Arctic] that will enable Europe to free itself from the need for Middle Eastern oil. Reserves of oil believed to be located both in the Russian Arctic, the Crimea  and north of the Caspian may turn out to be larger than the reserves in the Middle East and if the Europeans can get the upper hand over the United States in helping develop these reserves, the geopolitical balance may rapidly shift from U.S. domination to the Eurobloc domination.”

Thoughts of the Forbidden Man

Man completed his first discovery by making a second. Among other things he learned how to master other living beings and make them serve him in his struggle for existence. And thus began the real inventive activity of mankind, as it is now visible before our eyes. Those material inventions, beginning with the use of stones as weapons, which led to the domestication of animals, the production of fire by artificial means, down to the marvellous inventions of our own days, show clearly that an individual was the originator in each case. The nearer we come to our own time and the more important and revolutionary the inventions become, the more clearly do we recognize the truth of that statement.

All the material inventions which we see around us have been produced by the creative powers and capabilities of individuals. And all these inventions help man to raise himself higher and higher above the animal world and to separate himself from that world in an absolutely definite way. Hence they serve to elevate the human species and continually to promote its progress. And what the most primitive artifice once did for man in his struggle for existence, as he went hunting through the primeval forest, that same sort of assistance is rendered him to-day in the form of marvellous scientific inventions which help him in the present day struggle for life and to forge weapons for future struggles.

In their final consequences all human thought and invention help man in his life-struggle on this planet, even though the so-called practical utility of an invention, a discovery or a profound scientific theory, may not be evident at first sight. Everything contributes to raise man higher and higher above the level of all the other creatures that surround him, thereby strengthening and consolidating his position; so that he develops more and more in every direction as the ruling being on this earth.

Hence all inventions are the result of the creative faculty of the individual. And all such individuals, whether they have willed it or not, are the benefactors of mankind, both great and small. Through their work millions and indeed billions of human beings have been provided with means and resources which facilitate their struggle for existence. Continue Reading »

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TBR News July 22, 2016

Jul 21 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. July 22, 2016:” When an empire slips into decline, it does so in clearly idenfiable stages. This is the case with the American empire at the present time. Franklin Roosevelt pushed the US into what became the Second World War for personal reasons. (The Roosevelt family were Jewish on both sides and Hitler’s anti-Jewish policies enraged the president) and the result of this was that at its conclusion there were two dominent nations left in the rubble. These were the United States and Russia and the struggle then began to see which would dominate. Initially, the United States was successful, and through duplicity and threats, reduced Russia to a squabbling and disintegrating state. But those in power in the United States also saw that Russia had enormous natural resosurces and so a frantic effort was made to not only subjugage Russia but also get physical control of her oil, gas and other assets. America was initally a democracy, then a republic and finally, an oligarchy. The men who controlled the policies of this country are a handful of very rich and powerful people; bankers and the oil industry predominent. And to secure America’s world leadership designs, small wars were fought to gain control of natural resources and establish American business interests and the American dollar as the world standards. The British Empire had achieved this goal at one point but lost everything through arrogance and carelessness and now the American empire finds itself in the same position as Britain did in 1914. Like the British, America has fought a series of wars against small and relatively defenseless countries to gain control of their resources. As an example of this, America attacked Iraq, not because we disliked Saddam Hussein (whom we captured and subsequently executed) but to gain control of the enormous but untapped Iraqi oil reserves. Iraq slipped through American control because of religious infighting and with that defeat, the next goal was Russia and her Arctic and Black Sea oil reserves.”

Thoughts of the Forbidden Man

When men have lost their natural instincts and ignore the obligationsimposed on them by Nature, then there is no hope that Nature will correct the loss that has been caused, until recognition of the lost instincts has been restored. Then the task of bringing back what has been lost will have to be accomplished. But there is serious danger that those who have become blind once in this respect will continue more and more to break down racial barriers and finally lose the last remnants of what is best in them. What then remains is nothing but a uniform mish-mash, which seems to be the dream of our fine Utopians. But that mish-mash would soon banish all ideals from the world. Certainly a great herd could thus be formed. One can breed a herd of animals; but from a mixture of this kind men such as have created and founded civilizations would not be produced. The mission of humanity might then be considered at an end. Continue Reading »

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