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6 minutes ago, James DiEugenio said:

That is the kind of political culture we live in,.

It's not the culture, it's the structure.

You are either in the club or you are out.

12 years of Bushes, 8 years of Clinton and 8 years of Obama.

R&Ds playing for the same team that most of us are not on.

 

 

Jeanette Prud'homme. Her brother's drag racing career really took off after 1968. Jake the Snake.

She lives in Maine now, near Bar Harbour where the two Hector's used to Summer.

Not saying they are related. Just a curiosity for now.

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On 8/15/2020 at 12:11 AM, Chris Barnard said:

That's very interesting Robert, thank you.  I am told I should read Carroll Quigley's 'Tragedy & Hope' which potentially outlines this earlier stuff. I knew about the 'Bayonets & Babies' in WW1. Hitlers WW2 propaganda campaign was based largely on the highly effective British use of propaganda in the Boer Wars and WW1. It's no surprise that governments seeing how effective these tools were in wartime, began to incorporate a greater use of propaganda in peacetime. I am sure I read Sigmund Freud's nephew, Edward Bernay's was hired by the US government to assist them with this. He wrote the famous book 'Propaganda' in 1928.
Richard Bissell is actually someone I know very little about (aside from his firing) but, straight away I see he is a pal of Averell Harriman and another Yale alumni. 

Older thread discussing Thomas Ryan's grandson  (referenced in the NY Times Screenshot) and Doug Caddy room mate Clendenin Ryan. 

 

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6 minutes ago, Cliff Varnell said:

Me and some other merry Trump pranksters are going to stencil "Good Will" on the post office boxes in the neighborhood tomorrow so that Biden just gets a pile of old sweaters.

Govs. Murphy and Cuomo are showing signs of giving up on "Project Plandemic." 

That's what happens when too many suburban parents yank their kids from the Public Schools and the Public School teachers realize they are going to be out of a job in September. Whoa is the NJ Governor who catches the ire of the NJ Education Association.

The social distancing / shelter-in-place scam is coming to an end, so the "necessity" of a USPS managed Presidential election is fading faster by the day.

Good try though.

Is the CV-19 mortality rate below the average flu mortality rate yet?

If not, probably by next Friday.

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Richard Bissell is actually someone I know very little about (aside from his firing) but, straight away I see he is a pal of Averell Harriman and another Yale alumni. 
 
Pal?  The word is “employee.”

http://www.irwincollier.com/yale-economics-ph-d-alumnus-1939-and-later-high-ranking-cia-official-bay-of-pigs/

Bissell entered public life by joining the Department of Commerce as Chief Economic Analyst of the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. He served in a variety of positions for federal agencies from 1942 until 1955 including the War Shipping Administration, the Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, the Economic Cooperation Administration and the Mutual Security Agency. During this period Bissell returned to higher education as an associate professor (later professor) of economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 1946 until 1952. While at MIT, Bissell consulted for the Ford Foundation and authored “Notes on U.S. Strategy” following the preparation of National Security Council paper (NSC-141) on the allocation of resources to U.S. security programs. In writing the NSC paper, Bissell worked in conjunction with Frank Nash and Paul Nitze under the direction of the Secretary of State Dean Acheson, Secretary of Defense Robert Lovett, and Director of Mutual Security William Averell Harriman.

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8 minutes ago, Robert Wheeler said:

Me and some other merry Trump pranksters are going to stencil "Good Will" on the post office boxes in the neighborhood tomorrow so that Biden just gets a pile of old sweaters.

Wheeler is celebrating Trump’s sabotage of the Post Office?  

Of course! 
 
Fascists don’t believe in elections.

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8 hours ago, Robert Wheeler said:

It's not the culture, it's the structure.

You are either in the club or you are out.

12 years of Bushes, 8 years of Clinton and 8 years of Obama.

R&Ds playing for the same team that most of us are not on.

 

 

Jeanette Prud'homme. Her brother's drag racing career really took off after 1968. Jake the Snake.

She lives in Maine now, near Bar Harbour where the two Hector's used to Summer.

Not saying they are related. Just a curiosity for now.

Yes, it's a 'clique', one thats hard to fall out of. 

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8 hours ago, Robert Wheeler said:

Older thread discussing Thomas Ryan's grandson  (referenced in the NY Times Screenshot) and Doug Caddy room mate Clendenin Ryan. 

 

That looks a hell of a thread. Thanks. 

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Does anyone see that the debate about mail in voting is misdirection? The national debate should be focused on voting from home. Sure, not everyone is online, just like not everyone can easily get to a voting booth, or a post office. But online voting would immediately tally ones vote. If fraud was a problem we wouldn’t have online banking, encrypted security systems. We can do Social Security and Medicare online. Why, and how, has our government and citizenry been sucked into this rabbit hole? 

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22 minutes ago, Paul Brancato said:

Does anyone see that the debate about mail in voting is misdirection? The national debate should be focused on voting from home. Sure, not everyone is online, just like not everyone can easily get to a voting booth, or a post office. But online voting would immediately tally ones vote. If fraud was a problem we wouldn’t have online banking, encrypted security systems. We can do Social Security and Medicare online. Why, and how, has our government and citizenry been sucked into this rabbit hole? 

Hi Paul, 

Do you mean the online voting is more secure than a postal vote? Does an online system show every household address. how many citizens were eligible to vote in those households and who they have selected to vote for? I mean is that publicly accessed? I am not sure how it works in the USA. 

Thanks

Chris

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38 minutes ago, Paul Brancato said:

Does anyone see that the debate about mail in voting is misdirection? The national debate should be focused on voting from home. Sure, not everyone is online, just like not everyone can easily get to a voting booth, or a post office. But online voting would immediately tally ones vote. If fraud was a problem we wouldn’t have online banking, encrypted security systems. We can do Social Security and Medicare online. Why, and how, has our government and citizenry been sucked into this rabbit hole? 

Is there a debate?  We already vote at home and then put the vote in the mail.

Trump is sabotaging all postal service in order to prevent people from voting.  What’s to debate?  

It’s a flat out dictatorial power play by fascists hell bent on one man rule.  It’s an attack on American society.

The on-line voting issue is important, but hardly pressing when our fundamental rights are under seige.

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The USPS teardown is finally hitting Congress, which appears to do its best work on Fridays, after being briefed by aides on week-old news:

Pelosi: Trump 'openly working to destroy the Post Office'

House speaker Nancy Pelosi has written a letter to her Democrat colleagues in which she says Congress’s ongoing inability to agree on a stimulus bill during the Covid-19 pandemic is due to “the complete disarray on the Republican side — as President Trump contradicts his own negotiators and his own positions.”

She also attacked Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell’s role in the stalled negotiations. “Senator McConnell’s attitude that states should go bankrupt is shared by the White House and has been a significant obstacle inside negotiations,” she wrote.

Pelosi added that Donald Trump’s handling of the US Postal Service, and concerns over mail-in voting this November.

“Before our eyes, President Trump is openly working to destroy the Post Office and sabotage its ability to deliver absentee ballots in time to be counted,” she wrote. “In the time of pandemic, the Postal System is Election Central. All patriots, Democrats, Independents or Republicans, should reject the President’s assault on the Postal System in this election season.”

Also:

Demonstrations outside home of US postmaster general

Protesters have staged a demonstration outside the Washington DC home of postmaster general Louis DeJoy.

DeJoy is a major Trump donor and has come under heavy criticism for his handling of the US Postal Service, which could in turn affect November’s elections.

Protesters have stuffed fake absentee ballots into the Postmaster General’s apartment lobby door.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/live/2020/aug/15/usps-election-trump-biden-kamala-harris-coronavirus-latest-updates

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10 minutes ago, David Andrews said:

The USPS teardown is finally hitting Congress, which appears to do its best work on Fridays, after being briefed by aides on week-old news:

Pelosi: Trump 'openly working to destroy the Post Office'

House speaker Nancy Pelosi has written a letter to her Democrat colleagues in which she says Congress’s ongoing inability to agree on a stimulus bill during the Covid-19 pandemic is due to “the complete disarray on the Republican side — as President Trump contradicts his own negotiators and his own positions.”

She also attacked Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell’s role in the stalled negotiations. “Senator McConnell’s attitude that states should go bankrupt is shared by the White House and has been a significant obstacle inside negotiations,” she wrote.

Pelosi added that Donald Trump’s handling of the US Postal Service, and concerns over mail-in voting this November.

“Before our eyes, President Trump is openly working to destroy the Post Office and sabotage its ability to deliver absentee ballots in time to be counted,” she wrote. “In the time of pandemic, the Postal System is Election Central. All patriots, Democrats, Independents or Republicans, should reject the President’s assault on the Postal System in this election season.”

Also:

Demonstrations outside home of US postmaster general

Protesters have staged a demonstration outside the Washington DC home of postmaster general Louis DeJoy.

DeJoy is a major Trump donor and has come under heavy criticism for his handling of the US Postal Service, which could in turn affect November’s elections.

Protesters have stuffed fake absentee ballots into the Postmaster General’s apartment lobby door.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/live/2020/aug/15/usps-election-trump-biden-kamala-harris-coronavirus-latest-updates

https://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow/watch/outspoken-worker-calls-attention-to-trump-s-postal-service-attack-90107973861

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1 hour ago, Paul Brancato said:

Does anyone see that the debate about mail in voting is misdirection? The national debate should be focused on voting from home. Sure, not everyone is online, just like not everyone can easily get to a voting booth, or a post office. But online voting would immediately tally ones vote. If fraud was a problem we wouldn’t have online banking, encrypted security systems. We can do Social Security and Medicare online. Why, and how, has our government and citizenry been sucked into this rabbit hole? 

I think a lot of people have a problem with any type of electronic tabulation, whether connected to the Internet or not. The Internet adds another layer of potential subversion. 

If we were just worried about some group of teenage ninja hackers screwing around with vote tallies, then there would not be a whole lot to worry about. The concern arises from a state sponsored effort to manipulate the vote count. That could be the Chines, Russians, Israelis, or are very own CIA/NSA, etc.

At the very least, the debate about the USPS was prompted by the Corona. There would never be enough time to get an on-line system in place even if they started last year.

The Corona is supposed to make in person voting "dangerous."

It was supposed to be the mechanism to force an Election managed by the USPS.

That way, it would be easier for the Democrats to cheat, and possibly "win" with their kid-sniffing, "then you ain't black", demented candidate, Joe Biden.

As the death of the Corona Hoax quickly accelerates, the hopes and dreams of a vote by mail election does as well.

(The non-Corona normal year narrative against voting by mail or through the Internet boils down to, "you have one civic duty to perform, you only have to do it once every four years, so please get off your couch, and go vote for a President." "It's the least a person can do.")

 

There are some smart people in the government and out, working on avoiding another Coup d'etat. They have been working on it long before Trump came along.

Not everyone in the Military's upper ranks thought 9/11 was a good idea. In fact, most thought otherwise.

If you get a chance, please watch the video I posted yesterday if you get a chance. It is about an hour and 30 minutes. It is well produced and explains a lot about how the MSM and Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Message Boards) have been weaponized by the Smith-Mundt Modernization Act, signed by Obama in 2012. 

The movie is called "Shadowgate" if the link below gets censored by Youtube.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HFxVvrXjCg#action=share

 

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