TBR News November 3, 2018

Nov 03 2018

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8 

Washington, D.C. November 3, 2018:” The Swastika over Washington

A number of White House staff members have commented on Donald Trump’s nasty racist remarks. He does not make these on his childish Twitter posts or for the media, but his use of the ‘nigger’ word is common. Trump detests anyone who is not a northern European Protestant and is deliberately stirring up the far right and expressing pleasure at the various attacks on minorities. While it is not generally known to the public, Trump was a very active supporter of the late Willis Carto, a very well-known racist and publisher of the American Free Press. Through Carto, Trump met with leading figures of Carto supporters and donated large sums of money to Liberty Lobby, the AFP and to Carto himself. The public is now seeing the fruit of Trump’s preachings but the President ought to consider the Bible text that say that he who sows to the wind will reap the whirlwind.

The policy of President Trump and his supporters of the far right groups is to exacerbate latent racism in the United States to the point where public violence erupts and the political polarization of the public becomes manifest. By encouraging and arming the far right and neo nazi groups, the Scavenius group is laying the groundwork for an acceptable and militant government reaction, the institution of draconian control over the entire population and the rationale for national and official government control, all in the name of law and order. It is planned that the far right and neo nazi groups be taken into the law enforcement structure and used to put down any public demonstrations that the government deems to be a potential threat to their policies.

Who are these groups? Here is a listing of only some of them:

  • ACT for America
  • Alliance Defending Freedom
  • America’s Promise Ministries
  • American Border Patrol/American Patrol
  • American Family Association
  • American Freedom Party
  • American Renaissance
  • Aryan Brotherhood
  • Aryan Brotherhood of Texas
  • Aryan Nations
  • Blood & Honor
  • Brotherhood of Klans
  • Center for Security Policy
  • Church of the National Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
  • The Creativity Movement
  • The Sovereign Citizen Movement of the US and Canada
  • The Dominonist Movement of America
  • National Alliance
  • National Coalition for Immigration Reform
  • National Socialist Movement
  • National Vanguard
  • Oath Keepers
  • Stormfront
  • The Aryan Terror Brigade.
  • The neo-Confederate League of the South.
  • Traditionalist Worker Party
  • White Revolution

The current American President is directly descended from the German Trumpf family. His ancestor in the direct line was Johannes Trump(f), a native of the village of Kallstadt.

The same Trumpf family also produced one Arnold Wilhelm August Trumpf.

Arnold Trumpf was Vorstand Reichsverband Deutscher Landwirtschaftlicher Genossenschaften-Raiffensene.V and Hauptabteilungsleiter III of the Reichsnahrstand, Allegemeine SS since 1934.

Trumpf was a director of the Reichsbank.

SS background of Arnold Trumpf:

SS-Oberführer / Leutnant d.R. a.D.

Born: 27. Oct. 1892 in Gifhorn

Died: 7. January 1985 in Garmish-Partenkirchen

NSDAP-Nr.: 389 920 from 1, December 1930

SS-Nr.: 187 119

Promotions:

 SS-Oberfuhrer: 30. Jan. 1939

Career:

 Bei dem RuS-Hauptamt: (9. Nov. 1944)

Decorations & Awards:

1914 Eisernes Kreuz II. Klasse

 Kriegsverdienstkreuz II. Klasse ohne Schwerter

 Verwundetenabzeichen, 1918 in Schwarz

 Ehrenkreuz fur Frontkampfer

 Ehrendegen des RF SS

 Totenkopfring der SS

The RuSHA was founded in 1931 by Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler

Among their duties were:

  • Kidnapping of children suitable for Germanization
  • Population transfers
  • The persecution and liquidation of Jews

 

The RuSHA also employed Josef Mengele from November 1940 to early 1941, in Department II of its Family Office, where he was responsible for “care of genetic health” and “genetic health tests”

References

  • http://de.metapedia.org/wiki/Trumpf,_Arnold
  • Das Deutsche Führerlexikon, Otto Stollberg G.m.b.H., Berlin 1934
  • Dienstaltersliste der Schutzstaffel der NSDAP 9, November 1944

The Table of Contents 

  • Donald Trump has said 2291 false things as U.S. president: No. 69
  • The CIA Confessions: The Crowley Conversations
  • S. Law Enforcement Failed to See the Threat of White Nationalism. Now They Don’t Know How to Stop It.
  • “The United States Is Not a Safe Country”: Canadian Advocates Want to End a Policy That Turns Asylum-Seekers Back to U.S.

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TBR News November 2, 2018

Nov 02 2018

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8 

Washington, D.C. November 2, 2018:” History is always written by the victors. As a case in point, we have  the sinking of the Lusitania in May of 1915.

The fast Cunard passenger liner was carrying a mixed cargo of explosives, military equipment, fuzed shells, a draft of Canadian volunteers and over a thousand passengers. The ship was sent, without escort, into an area where German submarines were known to be operating and one of them fired one torpedo into her bows.

The first explosion very obviously ignited something in the cargo and the second explosion blew out much of her bows underwater and the ship sank in less than twenty minutes with a heavy loss of life.

In the intervening years, the controversy has raged about the nature of the Lusitania’s cargo and many theories have been postulated about coal dust, ruptured steam pipes and multiple torpedo hits but the plain fact is that the Lusitania was listed in official books as an armed auxiliary cruiser, was carrying military contraband making her a legitimate military target and her sinking had been expected in London circles to draw a neutral America into the European war.

Apologists for the British in general and First British Sea Lord, Winston Churchill in specific have made extensive attempts to finesse the facts but in the final analysis, the Lusitania was sunk by a German torpedo that ignited her illegal cargo. That British authorities knowingly permitted civilians to travel on a ship full of explosive contraband was cynical at best and criminal at worst.”

The Table of Contents

  • Donald Trump has said 2291 false things as U.S. president: No. 68
  • The CIA Confessions: The Crowley Conversations
  • Facebook Allowed Advertisers to Target Users Interested in “White Genocide” — Even in Wake of Pittsburgh Massacre
  •  Donald Trump’s firearms license
  • Private messages from 81,000 hacked Facebook accounts for sale
  • THE BOLSHEVIK COUP D’ETAT AND TROTSKY’S TACTICS

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TBR News November 1, 2018

Nov 01 2018

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8 

Washington, D.C. November 1, 2018: “Parousia refers to the Second Coming of Christ as understood by the Christian Pentecostal sect.

This second coming assumes a first coming (here, the facts are not in evidence) but the fixation on bringing about the latter appearance is intense and determined.

It is the belief of Pentecostals that when certain conditions are met, Jesus Christ will return to earth, take his elect (the Pentecostals) physically to Paradise in an event known as Rapture. Those not belonging to the Pentecostal elect will have to remain behind for Satan to deal with.

When Parousia happens, there will be a great battle fought at Armageddon between the forces of Jesus and the Devil and his antichrist and Jesus, quite naturally, will be triumphant.

All of this, the Pentecostals assure their membership, can be found in the book of Revelation.

Unfortunately for this interesting thesis, the struggle between good and evil at Armageddon is not found in the book of Revelations. Revelations 16:16 only mentions the name of the long-forgotten town but there is nothing about an epic struggle mentioned anywhere else other than twisted interpretations in cult literature.

This strange book was allegedly written by St. John the Devine, a disciple of Jesus when, in fact is believed by most reputable Biblical scholars to have been written by a certain John of Patmos who lived many years after the period ascribed to Christ’s ministry.

John of Patmos was a hermit/monk on the Greek island of Patmos and contemporary historical reference briefly dismisses him as a lunatic. No one has been able to understand a word of what he wrote, and his confused and mystic writings easily lends themselves to all manner of interpretations by various dimwitted and obsessed religious fanatics.

When Martin Luther prepared the Protestant Bible, he discarded Revelations, and other books then found in the Bible, as being ‘unworthy and filled with nonsense.’

The Second Coming has as one of its primary  requirements that a Jewish nation must be reestablished in Palestine (which it was in 1948) and, even more important, that the great Jewish temple of Solomon must be rebuilt before Christ can return to earth and elevate his elect.

The first temple of Solomon was destroyed by the Babylonians and the more elegant second, by the Romans when they crushed the Jewish revolt in the first century.

Unfortunately for the Pentecostals, the former site of this temple is now occupied by the much-revered Muslim Dome of the Rock mosque.

The Jewish temple cannot be rebuilt, therefore, as long as the Muslim mosque occupies its space and therefore, it would be necessary to destroy this very holy building and replace it with a new edifice of another religion.

However, if this lunatic act were consummated, there would be an immediate and terrible rising in the Muslim world and a savage religious war would burst forth on an already-ravaged Middle East.

The Pentecostals are, by their very nature, uncaring and fierce fanatics and such a war would, to them, be a fulfillment of the spurious prophecy of the manic Revelation’s non-existent Battle of Armageddon.

Already we can hear comments from prominent Pentecostals that the Muslims are the forces of the anti-Christ and must therefore be engaged by the forces of Jesus in a final hecatomb of blood and destruction. This pending bloodbath means nothing to Pentecostals because, according to their beliefs, they will be safe in Paradise and those left behind are of no consequence

In the face of all reason and logic, they are pushing a suicidal, hidden agenda that will have terrible consequences for everyone concerned.”

 

 

The Table of Contents 

  • Donald Trump has said 2291 false things as U.S. president: No. 67
  • Feel the love, feel the hate – my week in the cauldron of Trump’s wild rallies
  • The CIA Confessions: The Crowley Conversations
  •    Trump hardens stance on Mexico border, says 15,000 troops could be sent
  •    Trump’s final campaign stretch rattled by twin calamities
  •    How Trump’s immigrant bashing feeds white supremacists’ obsession with Jews

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TBR News October 31, 2018

Oct 31 2018

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8 

Washington, D.C. October 31, 2018: ”Extensive e-mails from very far right organizations and individuals to a friendly source make it very clear that all of them are entrenched and very, ferociously, loyal to Trump.

The more established entities all speak of Trump’s dislike of blacks, Mexicans, Muslims and Jews and urge their supporters to vote for only Republican candidates in the coming mid-term elections.

Trump’s financial support of Willis Carto can be found in a collection of letters and photographs we have seen copies of and which are being prepared, their owner says, for general publication.

Trump has yearned for a Hitler-type parade in Washington with himself standing alone on a reviewing platform.

An interesting question would be: Does he want the marching troops to goosestep as they pass the reviewing stand?”

The Table of Contents

  • Donald Trump has said 2291 false things as U.S. president: No. 66
  • Which countries grant unconditional birthright citizenship?
  • In Campaign’s Homestretch, Trump Tosses Out Ideas to See What Sticks
  • The wealth of America’s three richest families grew by 6,000% since 1982
  • The CIA Confessions: The Crowley Conversations
  •    What’s the Psychological Impact of Overpopulation? Here’s a Horrific Experiment
  •    Jamal Khashoggi Died for Nothing

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TBR News October 30, 2018

Oct 30 2018

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8 

Washington, D.C. October 30, 2018:”As the mid-term election loom, Trump, frantic to keep a Republican control of Congress, is trying to convince his supporters on the far right that he is their savior. To enhance this image, he is stirring up an enormous, and very dangerous, pot of active hatred which becomes manifest in attacks on Jews and Mexicans for the present and blacks and Muslims in the near future. Trump enjoys doing this because at heart, he is a man who cannot love but can certainly hate. He sees himself as another Führer but wouldn’t make a wart on Hitler’s ass. What he can do, and is doing, is polarizing the American public in the hopes of maintaing a long term in office but which will cause more violence and internet eruptions than can be imagined. The coming mid-terms are going to be instructive indeed.”

The Table of Contents 

  • Donald Trump has said 2291 false things as U.S. president: No. 65
  • Is This Worse Than ’68?
  • Trump to remove birthright citizenship for children of noncitizens, prompts Constitutional uproar
  • Trump targets U.S. birthright citizenship ahead of elections
  • The CIA Confessions: The Crowley Conversations
  • Time to Foreclose on the Churchill Cult
  • The Other Side of Winston Churchill

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TBR News October 29, 2018

Oct 29 2018

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8 

Washington, D.C. October 29, 2018:” No one with an IQ larger than their shirt collar size doubts that the far right speeches of Donald Trump are the factor which has activated murderous lunatics to commit a string of horrible and vicious crimes against those whom they see are opposed to the fascist policies of the President.

Several of the internet sites that cater to murder and violence have assured potential assassins and mass murderers that for a certainty, if they are convicted of their crimes, Trump will pardon them from their prison sentences and that later, they will enter a pantheon dedicated to True American mass murderers and the precious few who recognize Donald Trump as the new American Führer.

And if Trump and his lunatic supporters have their way, all dark-skinned peoples (and non-Christians) will either be put into camps or deported in rubber bags.

It will be interesting to see the results of the upcoming mid-term Congressional elections.”

The Table of Contents 

  • Donald Trump has said 2291 false things as U.S. president: No. 64
  • Trump Is the Glue That Binds the Far Right
  • Trump, ‘purveyor of hate speech’, not welcome in Pittsburgh, says former synagogue leader
  • The CIA Confessions: The Crowley Conversations

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TBR News October 28, 2018

Oct 28 2018

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8 

Washington, D.C. October 28, 2018:”A number of White House staff members have commented on Donald Trump’s nasty racist remarks. He does not make these on his childish Twitter posts or for the media, but his use of the ‘nigger’ word is common. Trump detests anyone who is not a northern European Protestant and is deliberately stirring up the far right and expressing pleasure at the various attacks on minorities. While it is not generally known to the public, Trump was a very active supporter of the late Willis Carto, a very well-known racist and publisher of the American Free Press. Through Carto, Trump met with leading figures of Carto supporters and donated large sums of money to Liberty Lobby, the AFP and to Carto himself. The public is now seeing the fruit of Trump’s preachings but the President ought to consider the Bible text that say that he who sows to the wind will reap the whirlwind.”

 

 

The Table of Contents 

  • Donald Trump has said 2291 false things as U.S. president: No. 63
  • ‘Edge of the knife’: Trump drags divided states of America towards his midterms reckoning
  • Central American caravan moves on in spite of Mexico jobs offer
  • Republicans & Democrats may bark and bite, but the migrant caravan moves on
  • Donald Trump’s long history of racism, from the 1970s to 2018
  • The CIA Confessions: The Crowley Conversations

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TBR News October 27, 2018

Oct 27 2018

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8 

Washington, D.C. October 27, 2018: “

Here is a news story that fully bears out my contention that the Idiot Brigade would start hopping up and down, gibbering like angry chimpanzees. Plots, sinister dealings by evil liberals who do not realize that Fat Donald the Groper is actually the Son of God who will finally make America the size of a withered grape while he hops about the stage, spraying stale urine over the front three rows of his worshiping supporters. And there is Maudie-Mae Scringe, sagging breasts encased in an American flag brassier, hopping up and down shrieking “Donald is Pure!” while her husband, Einer Scringe, dressed in faded bib overalls cut off at the knees and sporting a long beard heavily encrusted with months of meal drippings waves a sign calling for the Pope to canonize the Blessed Donald as a saint while displaying a rubber AK-47 hung about  with SS insignia over his head

 

The Table of Contents 

  • ‘I bet $500 they are lying’: Trump fans sceptical about pipe bomb arrest
  • Here Is a List of Far-Right Attackers Trump Inspired. Cesar Sayoc Wasn’t the First — and Won’t Be the Last.
  • Donald Trump has said 2291 false things as U.S. president: No. 62
  • The CIA Confessions: The Crowley Conversations
  • Pittsburgh shooting: Casualties at Squirrel Hill synagogue
  • Why American Leaders Persist in Waging Losing Wars

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TBR News October 26, 2018

Oct 26 2018

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8 

Washington, D.C. October 26 2018: “The Florida man arrested for mailing bombs to prominent Democrats, former President Obama and others, turns out to be an avid Trump fan but to say that he was involved in a Republican conspiracy is utter nonsense.

The subject is what is known to intelligence, counter-intelligence and law enforcement as a ‘lone wolf’ and the bane of these agencies.

In short, a ‘lone wolf’ is a person who has no connection with anyone and acts entirely by himself.

Such people are difficult, if not impossible, to observe and who carry out their usually murderous schemes entirely alone.

But politics being what it is, no doubt Trump and his people will be blamed for this man’s actions.

As much as I dislike Trump, I am positive that neither he nor his associates were in any way involved in this lunatic eruption but that having been said, I do say that Trump’s erratic and inflammatory rhetoric is more than capable of activating such lone wolves.”

The Table of Contents

  • Donald Trump has said 2291 false things as U.S. president: No. 61
  • The CIA Confessions: The Crowley Conversations
  •    Special Report: How Republicans are using immigration to scare     voters to the polls
  •    FBI arrests man in Florida suspected of sending parcel bombs
  •    Mail Bombings Suspect Appeared To Promote Trump, Conspiracies On Social Media
  •   Suspect in bombs case is Florida Republican with criminal history
  • What the targeting of Trump critics reveals about America’s rotting core

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TBR News October 25, 2018

Oct 25 2018

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8 

Washington, D.C. October 25 2018: “In 1951, when Iran’s Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh nationalized the oil industry in that Mideast nation, he was deposed by a coup instigated by the CIA and the Shah came to power, assuming complete control in 1963.Thousands of Iranians, perhaps millions died during the repressive rule of the Shah and his SAVAK secret police. The Shah was finally forced out in 1979 by the Ayatollah Khomeini, who became the US’s latest foreign enemy despite the fact that he had been on the CIA payroll while living in Paris. The Shah was granted asylum in the United States.In Guatemala in 1954, again the CIA toppled the popularly elected government of Jacobo Arbenz, which had nationalized United Fruit property.

Prominent American government officials such as former CIA Director Walter Bedell Smith, then CIA Director Allen Dulles, Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs John Moors Cabot and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles were all closely connected to United Fruit.

An estimated 120,000 Guatemalan peasants died in the resulting military dictatorships.

Fidel Castro, with covert aid from the CIA, overthrew the military dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista and instituted sweeping land, industrial and educational reforms as well as nationalizing American businesses. Swifty labeled a communist, the CIA then organized anti-Castro Cubans resulting in numerous attacks on Cuba and the failed Bay of Pigs Invasion in 1961. The island nation has been the object of US economic sanctions since that time.

More than 3,000 persons died in the wake of an invasion of the Dominican Republic by US Marines in 1965. The troops ostensibly were sent to prevent a communist takeover, although later it was admitted that there had been no proof of such a takeover.

Also in 1965, the US began the bombing of North Vietnam after President Johnson proclaimed the civil war there an “aggression” by the north. Two years later, American troop strength in Vietnam had grown to 380,000. US dead by the end of that Asian war totaled some 58,000 with casualties to the Vietnamese, both north and south, running more into the millions.

In 1973, the elected government of Salvador Allende in Chile was overthrown by a military coup aided by the CIA. Allende was killed and some 30,000 persons died in subsequent violence and repression, including some Americans.

In 1968, the General Suharto overthrew General Sukarno, the dictator of Indonesia, again with aid from the CIA. Suharto proved even more dictatorial and corrupt than his predecessor. A reported 800,000 people died during his regime.

Another 250,000 persons died in 1975 during the brutal invasion of East Timor by the Suharto regime aided by the US Government and Henry Kissinger.

In 1979, the powerful Somoza family, which had ruled Nicaragua since 1937, was finally overthrown and Daniel Ortega was elected president. CIA-backed Contra insurgents operating from Honduras fought a protracted war to oust the Ortega government in which an estimated 30,000 people died.

The ensuing struggle came to include such shady dealing in arms and drugs that it created a scandal in the United States called Iran-Contra, which involved selling arms to Iran and using the profits to support the Contras.

US Marines landed in Lebanon in 1982 in an attempt to preventing further bloodshed between occupying Israeli troops and the Palestine Liberation Organization.

Thousands died in the resulting civil war, including several hundred Palestinians massacred in refugee camps by Christian forces working with elements of the Israeli armed forced under Sharon.

Despite the battleship shelling of Beirut, American forces were withdrawn in 1984 after a series of bloody attacks on them.

In 1983, US troops invaded the tiny Caribbean island nation of Grenada after a leftist government was installed. The official explanation was to rescue a handful of American students who initially said they didn’t need rescuing.

For nearly 20 years, during the 1970s and 1980s, the US Government gave aid and arms to the right wing government of the Republic of El Salvador for use against it leftist enemies.

By 1988, some 70,000 Salvadorans had died.

More than one million persons died in the 15-year battle in Angola between the Marxist government aided by Cuban troops and the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola, supported by South Africa and the US Government.

When Muammur al-Qaddafi tried to socialize the oil-rich North African nation of Libya beginning with his takeover in 1969, he drew the wrath of the US Government. In 1981, it was claimed that Qaddafi had sent hit teams to the United States to assassinate President Reagan and in 1986, following the withdrawal of U.S. oil companies from Libya, an air attack was launched which missed Qaddafi but killed several people including his infant daughter.

In 1987, an Iraqi missile attack on the US frigate Stark resulted in 37 deaths.

Shortly afterward, the Iraqi president apologized for the incident.

In 1988, a US Navy ship shot down an Iranian airliner over the Persian Gulf resulting in 290 deaths. The Reagan Administration simply called it a mistake.

Thousands of freedom-seeking Chinese were killed in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square in 1989 after hardliners conferred with former President Richard Nixon on how to deal with the dissidents.

About 8,000 Panamanians died over Christmas, 1989, when President George H.W. Bush sent US troops to invade that Central American nation to arrest his former business partner, Manuel Noriega. The excuse was that Noriega was involved in the importation of drugs to the United States. U.S .News & World Report noted that in 1990, the amount of drugs moving through Panama had doubled.

Iraqi casualties, both military and civilian, totaled more than 300,000 during the short Persian Gulf War of 1991.

It has been estimated that more than one million Iraqis, including women and children, have died as a result of the continued missile and air attacks over the past decade as well as economic sanctions against that nation.

Also in 1991, the United States suspended assistance to Haiti after the election of a liberal priest sparked military action. Eventually, US troops were deployed.

The names of nations that have felt the brunt of US CIA and/or military activity as a result of foreign policy include Somalia, Afghanistan, Serbia, Kosovo, Bosnia, Brazil, Chad, Sudan and many others.

As Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. stated during the Vietnam War, “My government is the world’s leading purveyor of violence.” He did not say “my country” or “my people,” it is the government, or rather those who control it, that are responsible. Although we the distracted and unaware citizens who claim to live in a democracy must take our fair share of the blame.”

 

 

The Table of Contents

  • Donald Trump has said 2291 false things as U.S. president: No. 60
  • The CIA Confessions: The Crowley Conversations
  •   Factbox: Top Democrats, former U.S. officials sent suspicious package
  •   Second day of bombs target Democrats, critics of Trump
  •   Donald Trump sees terrorists everywhere, but not under his own nose
  •   Here’s What Happens When The Migrant Caravan Gets To The U.S. Border
  •   Erdogan Did Not Tip His Hand Over Khashoggi So He Keeps His Leverage

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