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TBR News January 8, 2020

Jan 08 2020

The Voice of the White House
Washington, D.C. January 8, 2020:“Working in the White House as a junior staffer is an interesting experience.
When I was younger, I worked as a summer-time job in a clinic for people who had moderate to severe mental problems and the current work closely, at times, echos the earlier one.
I am not an intimate of the President but I have encountered him from time to time and I daily see manifestations of his growing psychological problems.
He insults people, uses foul language, is frantic to see his name mentioned on main-line television and pays absolutely no attention to any advice from his staff that runs counter to his strange ideas.
He lies like a rug to everyone, eats like a hog, makes lewd remarks to female staffers and flies into rages if anyone dares to contradict him.
It is becoming more and more evident to even the least intelligent American voter that Trump is vicious, corrupt and amoral. He has stated often that even if he loses the
election in 2020, he will not leave the White House. I have news for Donald but this is not the place to discuss it.
Trump aches from his head to his toes
His sphincters have gone where who knows
And his love life has ended
By a paunch so distended
That all he can use is his nose
Commentary for January 8: Variola virus is now classified as a Biosafety Level 4 hot agent — the most dangerous kind of virus — because it is lethal, airborne, and highly contagious, is now exotic to the human species, and there is not enough vaccine to stop an outbreak. Experts feel that the appearance of a single case of smallpox anywhere on earth would be a global medical emergency. The Generalärzt Schreiber case is something to consider. I have a long and detailed file on him and the US hiring of him to work in the San Antonio facility (not Maryland)I am not overly concerned about the probability of the deliberate release of Variola virus because thanks to the consideration of a Russian friend, I was recently vaccinated. I didn’t see anyone else in line so perhaps they were antivaxx and all stayed at home to see what Jon Rappaport had to say. In the midst of life, we are in peanut butter (or something that looks like it) Excerpt from a Michael Hunt-Benjamin Dova report entitled ‘Smallpox as a BW weapon’ BRN-832a

The Table of Contents
• Pentagon says will not break law of war, despite Trump threat
• Iran threatens to hit US bases with medium- and long-range missiles
• The Nightmare Stage of Trump’s Rule Is Here
• Trump Is The Most Unpopular President, Since Ford, To Run For Reelection
• Iranian Revenge Will Be a Dish Best Served Cold
• Antigovernment far-right militant groups
• The Season of Evil

Pentagon says will not break law of war, despite Trump threat
January 6, 2020
by Phil Stewart
Reuters
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper strongly suggested on Monday that the U.S. military would not violate the laws of armed conflict by striking Iranian cultural sites, a move threatened by President Donald Trump.
Asked whether he was willing to target cultural sites, Esper told Pentagon reporters: “We will follow the laws of armed conflict.”
Pressed on whether he would then not target such sites, because that would be a war crime, Esper said: “That’s the laws of armed conflict.” He did not elaborate.
Targeting cultural sites with military action is considered a war crime under international law, including a U.N. Security Council resolution supported by the Trump administration in 2017 and the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property.
The U.S. drone strike on Friday that killed Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani has sharply escalated tensions with Iran, raising fears of all-out conflict. Washington says it killed Soleimani in self-defense, aiming to disrupt his plans to attack U.S. personnel and interests.
Amid Iranian threats of retaliation over Soleimani’s killing, Trump tweeted over the weekend that the United States had targeted 52 Iranian sites, some “at a very high level & important to Iran & the Iranian culture” if Iran struck any American or American assets in retaliation.
“They’re allowed to use roadside bombs and blow up our people and we’re not allowed to touch their cultural sites? It doesn’t work that way,” Trump said on Sunday, speaking to reporters.
Reporting by Phil Stewart; Editing by Chris Reese and Jonathan Oatis

Iran threatens to hit US bases with medium- and long-range missiles
Tehran has list of 13 retaliation options for Suleimani killing
• Military leader vows ‘tough, strong, decisive’ revenge
January 7, 2020
by Patrick Wintour in London and Julian Borger in Washington
The Guardian
Iranian military forces have said they are prepared to use medium- to long-range missiles to attack US bases in the Middle East, in revenge for the assassination of the country’s most senior general, Qassem Suleimani.
According to a report by the semi-official Tasnim news agency, Iran has prepared 13 scenarios for retaliation, and the secretary of Iran’s national security council said that even the most limited of the options would be a “historic nightmare” for the US.
Ali Shamkhani told the news agency: “The 27 US bases that are closest to Iran’s border are already on high alert; they know that the response is likely to include medium-range & long-range missiles.”
Observers said that the escalating military rhetoric may leave Iranian leaders with little option but to attempt a major counterattack, or else face an extraordinary loss of face. The warnings have led US bases in Kuwait, Iraq, Jordan and Saudi Arabia to be placed on maximum alert status.
Members of the so-called Resistance axis, including pro-Iranian militias from Iraq, will meet in Tehran in the next 48 hours to discuss tactics, it was reported.
The leader of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps, Maj Gen Hossein Salami, warned on Tuesday that Iran would “set ablaze the places Americans love”.
Speaking to a crowd of thousands of mourners in Suleimani’s home town, Kerman, Salami said: “We will take revenge – a revenge that will be tough, strong, decisive and finishing and will make them regret.”
Other military figures speaking at the funeral said any base of US naval assets within 2,000 miles of Iran was a possible target.
The Iranian foreign minister, Javad Zarif, insisted the Iranian response to US state terrorism would be proportionate, and not conducted by surrogate forces.
“This is an act of aggression against Iran, and it amounts to an armed attack against Iran, and we will respond. But we will respond proportionately – not disproportionately … We are not lawless like President Trump.”
He said the attack would occur at the time of Iran’s choosing. He added “Unlike the United States, we do not take cowardly terrorist acts … when we do it, we will declare it.”
Such a move would mark a change of tactics for Iran which has traditionally depended on surrogate forces to carry out attacks on its behalf.
In a lengthy speech to the Tehran Dialogue Forum, Zarif claimed that the US attack will have doomed the US to end its presence in the Middle East, but he argued that this would require closer cooperation between states that have been at loggerheads for decades.
After Suleimani’s death on Thursday, Iraq’s acting prime minister, Adel Abdul-Mahdi, said that he had been due to meet the general, who he said was bringing a message from Iran intended to reduce tensions with its regional rival Saudi Arabia.
Speaking in Washington on Tuesday, the US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, rejected the suggestion that Suleimani was on a diplomatic mission.
“Is there any history that would indicate that it was remotely possible that this kind gentleman, this diplomat of great order Qassem Suleimani had traveled to Baghdad for the idea of conducting a peace mission?” he asked reporters derisively.
“We not only know the history, we know in that moment that was not true. Zarif is a propagandist of the first order.”
The Pentagon has sent six B-52 strategic bombers to the military base on the Indian Ocean island of Diego Garcia, which is beyond the range of Iran’s ballistic missiles, to prepare to hit Tehran if given the order.
The Iranian parliament on Tuesday voted for a motion, dubbed the “Harsh Revenge Motion”, which designates the Pentagon and those involved in the assassination of Suleimani as terrorists.
The MPs also voted to allocate €200m ($225m) to the Revolutionary Guards Corps’ al-Quds force within the next two months.
The parliamentarians wrote in a letter: “If this harsh revenge is proportionate, direct and military, and is taken promptly, America’s factious grandeur will be destroyed and US officials will truly understand that the era of hitting and running is over.
“Furthermore, it is necessary to concentrate on the issue of American military forces’ withdrawal from the West Asian region so that this aim will be achieved with the help of the Resistance Axis.”

The Nightmare Stage of Trump’s Rule Is Here
Unstable and impeached, the president pushes the U.S. toward war with Iran.
January 6, 2020
by Michelle Goldberg
The New York Times
There are no more adults in the room.
After three harrowing years, we’ve reached the point many of us feared from the moment Donald Trump was elected. His decision to kill Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani, Iran’s second most important official, made at Mar-a-Lago with little discernible deliberation, has brought the United States to the brink of a devastating new conflict in the Middle East.
We don’t yet know how Iran will retaliate, or whether all-out war will be averted. But already, NATO has suspended its mission training Iraqi forces to fight ISIS. Iraq’s Parliament has voted to expel American troops — a longtime Iranian objective. (On Monday, U.S. forces sent a letter saying they were withdrawing from Iraq in response, only to then claim that it was a draft released in error.) On Sunday, Iran said it will no longer be bound by the remaining restrictions on its nuclear program in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the deal that Trump abandoned in 2018. Trump has been threatening to commit war crimes by destroying Iran’s cultural sites and tried to use Twitter to notify Congress of his intention to respond to any Iranian reprisals with military escalation.
The administration has said that the killing of Suleimani was justified by an imminent threat to American lives, but there is no reason to believe this. One skeptical American official told The New York Times that the new intelligence indicated nothing but “a normal Monday in the Middle East,” and Democrats briefed on it were unconvinced by the administration’s case. The Washington Post reported that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo — who last year agreed with a Christian Broadcasting Network interviewer that God might have sent Trump to save Israel from the “Iranian menace” — has been pushing for a hit on Suleimani for months.
Rather than self-defense, the Suleimani killing seems like the dreadful result of several intersecting dynamics. There’s the influence of rapture-mad Iran hawks like Pompeo and Vice President Mike Pence. Defense officials who might have stood up to Trump have all left the administration. According to Peter Bergen’s book “Trump and His Generals,” James Mattis, Trump’s former secretary of defense, instructed his subordinates not to provide the president with options for a military showdown with Iran. But with Mattis gone, military officials, The Times reported, presented Trump with the possibility of killing Suleimani as the “most extreme” option on a menu of choices, and were “flabbergasted” when he picked it.
Trump likely had mixed motives. He was reportedly upset over TV images of militia supporters storming the American Embassy in Iraq. According to The Post, he also was frustrated by “negative coverage” of his decision last year to order and then call off strikes on Iran.
Beyond that, Trump, now impeached and facing trial in the Senate, has laid out his rationale over years of tweets. The president is a master of projection, and his accusations against others are a decent guide to how he himself will behave. He told us, over and over again, that he believed Barack Obama would start a war with Iran to “save face” and because his “poll numbers are in a tailspin” and he needed to “get re-elected.” To Trump, a wag-the-dog war with Iran evidently seemed like a natural move for a president in trouble.
It’s hard to see how this ends without disaster. Defenders of Trump’s move have suggested that he might have re-established deterrence against Iran, frightening its leadership into restraint. But Vali Nasr, a Middle East scholar at Johns Hopkins University and former senior adviser to Obama’s State Department, tells me that Iran likely believes that it has to re-establish deterrence against the United States.
“If they don’t do anything, or if they don’t do enough, then Trump will get comfortable with this kind of behavior, and that worries them,” said Nasr. To Iranians, after all, America is the aggressor, scrapping a nuclear agreement that they were abiding by and imposing a punishing “maximum pressure” sanctions campaign. Just like militarists in the United States, they’re likely to assume that weakness invites attacks. “I don’t think they want to provoke war, but they do want to send a signal that they’re prepared for it,” said Nasr.
Even if Iran were to somehow decide not to strike back at the United States, it’s still ramping up its nuclear program, and Trump has obliterated the possibility of a return to negotiations. “His maximum pressure policy has failed,” Nasr said of Trump. “He has only produced a more dangerous Iran.”
Meanwhile, ISIS benefits from the breach between Iraq and America. “ISIS suicide and vehicle bombings have nearly stopped entirely,” said Brett McGurk, who until 2018 was special presidential envoy to the coalition fighting ISIS. “Only a few years ago, there were 50 per month, killing scores of Iraqis. That’s because of what we have done and continue to do. These networks will regenerate rapidly if we are forced to leave, and they will again turn their attention on the West.”
Unlike with North Korea, it’s difficult to imagine any photo op or exchange of love letters defusing the crisis the president has created. Most of this country has never accepted Trump, but over the past three years, many have gotten used to him, lulled into uneasy complacency by an establishment that has too often failed to treat him as a walking national emergency. Now the nightmare phase of the Trump presidency is here. The biggest surprise is that it took so long.

Trump Is The Most Unpopular President Since Ford To Run For Reelection
January 7, 2020
by Nathaniel Rakich
fivethirtyeight
Now that the 2020 election has gone from “next year” to “this year,” it’s worth taking a step back and asking a question that we first posed in early 2017: How popular is Donald Trump? After all, a president’s job approval rating can be predictive of his reelection chances, especially as November draws closer.
On Jan. 1, 42.6 percent of Americans approved of President Trump’s job performance, according to FiveThirtyEight’s presidential approval tracker (52.9 percent disapproved). That’s a pretty typical number for Trump (although it’s worth noting that, since Jan. 1, the U.S. and Iran have taken actions that could shake Trump’s approval rating loose from that anchor), but ominously for the president, that’s the second-lowest FiveThirtyEight average approval rating of any recent1 president on the first day of their reelection year. Only Gerald Ford (39.3 percent on Jan. 1, 1976) was less popular — and, of course, Ford lost that campaign to Jimmy Carter.
Since Dwight D. Eisenhower, presidents with a FiveThirtyEight average approval rating of 48.4 percent or higher on Election Day all won their reelection campaigns, and presidents with a FiveThirtyEight average approval rating of 43.6 percent or lower all lost. If, in 10 months, Trump’s approval rating is still in the same range it has occupied for the past two years (roughly, between 39 percent and 43 percent), he would obviously fit into the latter group. And that would not bode well for his chances of being reelected.

Iranian Revenge Will Be a Dish Best Served Cold
But the time and place will be of their choosing, when the U.S. expects it least.
January 4, 2020
by Scott Ritter
The American Conservative
The assassination by the United States of Qassem Suleimani, a senior Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps general and commander of the Quds Force, an Iranian paramilitary force specializing in covert operations on foreign soil, has sent shock waves through the Middle East and around the globe.
The Trump administration has justified its action, citing unspecified intelligence that indicated Suleimani was in the process of finalizing plans for attacks on U.S. personnel and interests in the region, claiming that Suleimani’s death “saved American lives.” This narrative has been challenged by Lebanese officials familiar with Suleimani’s itinerary, noting that the Iranian general had been in Beirut on diplomatic business, and had travelled to Baghdad via a commercial air flight, where he had been diplomatically cleared to enter. These officials claim Suleimani was killed while riding in a convoy on his way from Baghdad International Airport into the city of Baghdad.
In any event, Suleimani’s death resonates in a region already on edge because of existing tensions between the U.S. and Iran. The Supreme Leader of Iran, Ali Khamenei, has announced three days of mourning for Suleimani, an indication of his status as national hero. Khamenei also vowed revenge on those who perpetrated the attack. Concern over imminent Iranian retaliation has prompted the State Department to order all American citizens to leave Iraq, and for U.S. forces in the region to be placed on the highest level of alert. Hundreds of American soldiers have been flown into the region as reinforcements, with thousands more standing by if needed.
For many analysts and observers, Iran and the U.S. are on the cusp of a major confrontation. While such an outcome is possible, the reality is that the Iranian policy of asymmetrical response to American aggression that had been put in place by Qassem Suleimani when he was alive is still in place today. While emotions run high in the streets of Iranian cities, with angry crowds demanding action, the Iranian leadership, of which Suleimani was a trusted insider, recognizes that any precipitous action on its part only plays into the hands of the United States. In seeking revenge for the assassination of Qassem Suleimani, Iran will most likely play the long game, putting into action the old maxim that revenge is a dish best served cold.
In many ways, the United States has already written the script regarding major aspects of an Iranian response. The diplomatic missions Suleimani may have been undertaking at the time of his death centered on gaining regional support for pressuring the United States to withdraw from both Syria and Iraq. Of the two, Iraq was, and is, the highest priority, if for no other reason that there can be no sustained U.S. military presence in Syria without the existence of a major U.S. military presence in Iraq. Suleimani had been working with sympathetic members of the Iraqi Parliament to gain support for legislation that would end Iraq’s support for U.S. military forces operating on Iraqi soil. Such legislation was viewed by the United States as a direct threat to its interests in both Iraq and the region.
The U.S. had been engaged in a diplomatic tug of war with Iran to sway Iraqi politicians regarding such a vote. However, this effort was dealt a major blow when Washington conducted a bombing attack Sunday which targeted Khaitab Hezbollah along the border with Syria, killing scores of Iraqis. The justification for these attacks was retaliation for a series of rocket attacks on an American military base that had killed one civilian contractor and wounded several American soldiers. The U.S. blamed Iranian-backed Khaitab Hezbollah (no relation to the Lebanese Hezbollah group), for the attacks.
There are several problems with this narrative, first and foremost being that the bases bombed were reportedly more than 500 kilometers removed from the military base where the civilian contractor had been killed. The Iraqi units housed at the bombed facilities, including Khaitab Hezbollah, were engaged, reportedly, in active combat operations against ISIS remnants operating in both Iraq and Syria. This calls into question whether they would be involved in an attack against an American target. In fact, given the recent resurgence of ISIS, it is entirely possible that ISIS was responsible for the attack on the U.S. base, creating a scenario where the U.S. served as the de facto air force for ISIS by striking Iraqi forces engaged in anti-ISIS combat operations.
ISIS has emerged as a major feature in the Iranian thinking regarding how best to strike back at the US for Suleimani’s death. The Iranian government has gone out of its way to announce that, in the wake of Suleimani’s assassination, that Washington would be held fully responsible for any resurgence of ISIS in the region. Given the reality that Iran has been at the forefront of the war against ISIS, and that Iranian-backed Iraqi militias such as Khaitab Hezbollah have played a critical role in defeating ISIS on the ground, there is no doubt that Iran has the ability to take its foot off of the neck of a prostrate ISIS and facilitate their resurgence in areas under U.S. control.
Such an outcome would serve two purposes. First, U.S. forces would more than likely suffer casualties in the renewed fighting, especially since their primary proxy force, the Syrian Kurds, have been diminished in the aftermath of Turkey’s incursion late last year in northern Syria. More importantly, however, is the political cost that will be paid by President Trump, forced to explain away a resurgent ISIS during an election year after going on record that ISIS had been completely defeated.
But the real blow to American prestige would be for the Iraqi government to sever relations with the American military. The U.S. bombing of the Iraqi bases severely stressed U.S.-Iraqi relations, with the Iraqi government protesting the attacks as a violation of their sovereignty. One of the ways the Iraqi government gave voice to its displeasure was by facilitating access by protestors affiliated with Khaitab Hezbollah to gain access to the highly secure Green Zone in downtown Baghdad where the U.S. Embassy is situated, where they set fire to some buildings and destroyed property before eventually dispersing. While commentators and politicians have described the actions targeting the US Embassy as an “attack,” it was a carefully choreographed bit of theater designed to ease passions that had built up as a result of the U.S. attack.
Getting the Iraqi Parliament to formally reject the U.S. military presence on Iraqi soil has long been a strategic objective of Iran. As such, Iran would be best served by avoiding direct conflict with the US, and letting events take their expected course.
If Iraq votes to expel American forces, the Trump administration will be tied up trying to cope with how to manage that new reality. Add to that the problems that will come in confronting a resurgent ISIS, and it becomes clear that by simply doing nothing, Iran will have already gained the strategic upper hand in a post-Suleimani world. The Trump administration will find it hard to sustain the deployment of thousands of troops in the Middle East if there is no Iranian provocation to respond to. Over time, the American presence will lessen. Security will lapse. And, when the time is right, Iran will strike, most probably by proxy, but in a manner designed to inflict as much pain as possible.
Trump started this fight by recklessly ordering the assassination of a senior Iranian government official. The Trump administration now seeks to shape events in the region to best support a direct confrontation with Iran. Such an outcome is not in Iran’s best interests. Instead, they will erode Trump’s political base by embarrassing him in Iraq and with ISIS. Iran will respond, that much can be assured. But the time and place will be of their choosing, when the U.S. expects it least.

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Clanton
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Free Patriot Press
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Mobile
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Reign of Heaven Society
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Statewide
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National Constitutional Coalition of Patriotic Americans
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The Three Percenters-III%ers
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Maryland (8)
III% United Patriots*
Statewide
American Patriots III%*
Statewide
America’s Survival, Inc.
Owings
Constitution Party of Maryland
Rockville
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Westminster
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The Three Percenters-III%ers
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Massachusetts (6)
III% United Patriots*
Statewide
American Patriots III%*
Statewide
Constitution Party
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The Three Percenters-III%ers
Worcester County
Michigan (21)
III% United Patriots*
Statewide
1st Michigan Assembly
Statewide
American Patriots III%*
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The Season of Evil
by Gregory Douglas

Preface
This is in essence a work of fiction, but the usual disclaimers notwithstanding, many of the horrific incidents related herein are based entirely on factual occurrences.
None of the characters or the events in this telling are invented and at the same time, none are real. And certainly, none of the participants could be considered by any stretch of the imagination to be either noble, self-sacrificing, honest, pure of motive or in any way socially acceptable to anything other than a hungry crocodile, a professional politician or a tax collector.
In fact, the main characters are complex, very often unpleasant, destructive and occasionally, very entertaining.
To those who would say that the majority of humanity has nothing in common with the characters depicted herein, the response is that mirrors only depict the ugly, evil and deformed things that peer into them
There are no heroes here, only different shapes and degrees of villains and if there is a moral to this tale it might well be found in a sentence by Jonathan Swift, a brilliant and misanthropic Irish cleric who wrote in his ‘Gulliver’s Travels,”
“I cannot but conclude the bulk of your natives to be the most odious race of little pernicious vermin that Nature ever suffered to crawl upon the surface of the earth.”
Swift was often unkind in his observations but certainly not inaccurate.

Frienze, Italy
July 2018-August 2019

Chapter 51

The prey, now working on emptying the cognac bottle, had no idea that Collins was now looking for at least one of them in another state. From a purely logical point of view, assassinating the Chicago detective was the best possible solution to a complex and frightening problem.
Claude was interested in the reasons for others wishing his host dead.
“It’s none of my business, really, but what can your uncle gain by killing you?”
“Very large amounts of money. You see, when my Grandfather died, he left all of his money to a trust he had drawn up before he died. Saved paying estate taxes after all. My Grandmother had died before Grandfather so that left my uncle, his eldest son, my father, his second son, and my aunt Caroline. And there was my cousin Edward and myself.”
“Anyone else?”
“Oh other cousins and so on but only the five of us were part of the trust. My uncle was the executor of the trust. Father was the first one to die…that was when I was fifteen. He had moved to California to start an advertising business and one day, he fell out of his office window. Twenty stories down. His secretary said there was no one else in his office at the time and they had a closed casket funeral.”
“Makes sense. That leaves four.”
“Aunt Caroline was the next to go. She went swimming in Lake Michigan, just off the house in Lake Forest. She drowned and washed up on the beach five miles south, a week later. Not a pleasant sight I am told. The problem is that Aunt Caroline was terrified of water and had to steel herself to take a shower.”
“That leaves three.”
“Well, after Aunt died, I got somewhat alarmed and decided to get out on my own and leave my mother behind. We never got along very well. When Dad died, she began to bring home all kinds of boyfriends and when they started arriving younger than myself, I got disgusted and left. She’s still alive because she didn’t inherit.”
“There are still three?”
“Two. I was in Los Angeles and I discovered that my cousin was at UCLA. Articles in the paper about him. He was stupid as a post but got an athletic scholarship. Champion swimmer. First, this guy in Venice, who looked a lot like me, was shot off his bike up on Ocean Avenue. No reason for it. Nice guy with lots of friends. Blew him all over the front of a market. Then my cousin sent me a bomb in the mail and it destroyed a wino I sent to get the package.”
“How do you know he did it? Did he put his return address on the bomb?”
“No. I checked with the post office the next day and was told that someone looking just like my cousin had been asking about who rented my box. They must have gotten the box number from my mother. She used to write me for money all the time.”
“And your cousin?”
“Well, he died after that. I mean, I couldn’t keep hiding so I got him killed.”
“How?”
“Convinced a drug dealer that my cousin was a government plant who was going to take over his business. Shot him twice in the head, cut his throat and tossed him into his own swimming pool. I’m sure my uncle figured I did it.”
“Ever kill anyone else?”
“None of your business, Claude. Have you?”
Claude thought about his mother’s immolation.
“A few. That now leaves two. You and your uncle. What happens if he dies?”
“I get very safe and very, very rich.”
Claude sat up and clapped his hands on his knees.
“My friend, let me help you get very, very rich. Why don’t you come in and join us, Gwen? It must be cold in the hall.” He said this without changing either the pitch or the volume of his voice and a moment later, Gwen came into the room, sheathed in an expensive bathrobe.
“I just came down to look at the tree again. I have better things to do than spy on you. Claude.”
Chuck stood up and moved a chair towards his.
“Here, please sit down. Could I give you a drink?”
“No, I had too much before.”
She settled back in her comfortable chair and looked at both of them.
“Did you hear me out there, Claude?”
“Yes, dear, I did. And you heard us in here, didn’t you? You ought to oil your door hinges and the floor creaks out there.”
“Yes, I heard you both but I couldn’t help it because I was right outside…”
“I know,” Claude said dryly, “looking at the nice tree. Well, you heard some neat stuff dear so let’s have comments from you.”

As a girl living with her drug-addicted parents, Gwen had learned to keep her opinions to herself. In the first place, no one outside of herself had any interest in them and in the second, her parents were more often than not completely stoned and wouldn’t have heard her if she had fired a cannon in their cramped trailer.
Since she had met Chuck, Gwen had quickly begun to expand her personality. She learned about etiquette from Chuck and life from reading the books in his small but excellent library. She had become more interested in history than anything else and tried to read at least one book a week. Philosophy was beginning to intrigue her and she discovered the works of Pascal something to chew slowly and digest at length.
She had not yet discovered the writings of Jonathan Swift but she would have found the misanthropic Dean’s works entirely sympathetic. Gwen did not trust people in general and tended to view most of them with a mixture of amusement, contempt and loathing. People, she felt from her experiences, were weak, vain, self-centered and completely treacherous
For Chuck, she had considerable and growing affection. He was always polite to her and never condescended although his social graces far exceeded hers. As a lover he was much more preferable to the hungry lungings of Eric but she often wished he was less reserved.
While Claude had initially stirred her hormones, she had come to the conclusion that he was a fascinating person but a very bad choice as a lover. His overheard comments from her vigil in the hall had convinced her that attractive as he was, Claude represented a danger in his sexual ambivalence that she did not want to experience. He was, she decided, the sort to make passionate love to a woman while peeking at his watch.
Gwen considered the current living occupants of the house as a sort of surrogate family and tended to be very protective of at least Eric and Chuck. Claude, she decided, could take care of himself and she hoped that he wouldn’t practice his diversity with Chuck. Lars was another matter. In fact, if somehow Claude became involved with Lars, it would remove him as a possible rival for Chuck’s attentions.
In spite of her latent jealousy, she genuinely liked Claude and was beginning to consider him as a part of the family. At least he had a much clearer view of the present dangers than Chuck.
“Do you really care what I think?”
It was agreed that everyone certainly did.
“Well, I told you, Chuck, not to take that creep into the house. No I-told-you-so crap from me but Claude seems to know about him and if he hadn’t croaked, he might have killed all of us. You know, I was seriously thinking about going down when you were asleep and snuffing him myself but God beat me to it.”
Claude clapped.
“Good thinking, Gwen. You’re a real Amazon.”
“Our Lady MacBeth,” Chuck said with an approving smile.
Gwen shrugged.
“Look, guys, it isn’t being cold-blooded, it’s just being sensible. I don’t want to get killed anymore than anyone else does. If someone is trying to kill me, or to kill one of my friends first and maybe me later, what choices are there? We can try to hide somewhere and hope they don’t find us; we can all kill ourselves first or we can find the problem and remove it. Hey, my dad was a big-time drug dealer. Chuck knows that. He used to take me along on his deals because he had me carry his weapons for him. I mean, who would bother with a little girl, right? And he taught me how to shoot. All right. I was in on a lot of very important deals and drug deals are very dangerous. There were rip-offs, shootings, cars blown up and all sort of exiting things like that. The narcs used to send their undercover people around, trying to make deals so they could catch dealers and my dad used to kill them dead when he found them out. We lived in the desert and Dad always kept a couple of shovels in the four-wheel so we could bury the dead. I tell you, I got in good shape digging holes in the sand. So, I have some experience with this.”
She turned to Chuck.
“Look, Chuckie, Claude is right. As long as that cop and your uncle are still alive, all of us are in danger. Kill both of them as soon as you can. OK?”
Claude nodded.
“That’s what I was saying, Charlie. She’s dead right and they ought to be. I mean dead, not right. Look, I’ll help you because Collins wants to get me too. I admit he doesn’t know what I look like but who knows what can happen? What do you think?”
Chuck began to chew on the inside of his cheek and said nothing for a few minutes.
“Probably. I mean, yes, yes, you are both right. OK, how do we do it? I’ve got the fancy rifle LeBec had and I know how to use a rifle. I used to be a really good shot when I was a kid. We used to go down to the river where my Granddad had a big place and I shot a .22 all day long. That doesn’t bother me. The problem is that we have two men who don’t take long walks in the Forest Preserves. Claude points out that the place in Glencoe is guarded around the clock and Collins is a cop. Claude says he has a boat and that might be a weak point. But my uncle doesn’t live in Lake Forest. He lives in an apartment in the corporate headquarters on the Gold Coast in Chicago and he doesn’t go out at all. I keep reading the Chicago papers and I see his name but he never goes to the concerts or the opera, something my Granddad did all the time. Uncle Charles hates sports, he doesn’t have a boat and he’s afraid of flying.”

(Continued)

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