Friday, March 16, 2018


       The last two years haven't been kind to the Alt-RINOs. They've seen one project after another go down in ignominious defeat. And usually these downfalls have been occasioned by their own stupidity. 

         The Traditionalist Workers Party is an infamous Red Pill group; mostly noted for violent riots on about the same scale as Antifa. It's leadership collectively has a lengthy track-record of ending up in jail. Currently, that is where Matthew Heimbach---its top leader---is. Heimbach was jailed on a Domestic Violence charge after the TWP's #2 man, Matt Parrot, caught him in bed with Parrot's wife. 

        Heimbach, incidentally, is also married---to the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Parrot. 

        It sounds like Heimbach was only being an 'Alpha'. After all, the Red Pills are opposed to monogamy and encourage cuckolding other men's wives---creating Alpha Widows, in their parlance. However, Mr. Parrot apparently was unimpressed. He and Heimbach came to blows, and Heimbach threw him to the floor and began choking him. He might have killed him had police not arrived. The sight of the naked Mrs. Parrot in bed watching the nude Heimbach on top of Mr. Parrot must have been quite a sight. 

        Parrot angrily quit the TWP. Now leaderless, the group appears to have folded. Naturally, the Alpha-Boys are blaming the whole thing on Mrs. Parrot and women in general. One kook posted this insightful comment on Gab:

        "It's impossible to build a White Nationalist movement because white women are disloyal whores who will betray their white husband the first chance they get...Just look what happened to the TWP. The leader's white wife betrayed him and now the movement is now basically finished." 

        Yes---that's another typical Red Pill trait: blaming others. When Heimbach was arrested for Assault and Disorderly Conduct at a 2016 pro-Trump rally, he tried to claim in Court that Trump incited him to violence. He managed to get himself excommunicated from the Orthodox Church for preaching Red Pill doctrines against those of the Church. 

         And thus was the end of the TWP and its leader, Matthew Heimbach. It seems that every one who takes the Red Pill ends up in disgrace as a result.


Thursday, March 15, 2018


     The Sessions Steamroller is on the move again; this time on the US-Canadian Pacific Coast. In a surprise move, the details of which are only now becoming public, the FBI took Victor Ramos---CEO of Phantom Secure---into custody in Bellingham, Washington. Today, indictments were opened against Ramos and four of his fugitive confederates. Phantom Secure is (or was) a Canadian company. 

     Phantom Secure was selling a type of 'smart-phone' with sophisticated encryption software. The phones with Phantom software automatically disconnected from GPS, Internet, 'the Cloud' and re-routed through offshore phone-banks. It also had some type of locking mechanism by which the phone records couldn't be accessed by third parties. This type of software isn't illegal; but some quick-thinking by FBI Special Agent Nicholas Cheviron during a recent drug raid led him to suspect that more was afoot here than basic privacy concerns. 

       With our new and more efficient Justice Department, Sessions took Cheviron's suspicions seriously and set up a joint sting-operation with Canadian and Australian authorities. Ramos got caught red-handed working with criminal gangs like the Sinaloa Cartel, Hell's Angels, and to the Cuban and Venezuelan Governments (nota bene).  

       Ramos actually met with undercover agents posing as drug traffickers on several occasions; in one case offering one agent---who claimed to represent a recently arrested drug kingpin---an even more sophisticated app to better evade law enforcement. In one instance, he told undercover Canadian Mounties that "we made this phone specifically for drug trafficking too."

       Ramos and his cohorts were charged with Racketeering, Conspiracy to Distribute Narcotics, and Aiding and Abetting Narcotic Traffickers. All five of these jokers are subject to a life sentence if convicted. Phantom Secure was broken up by the Canadians, The FBI estimates that there are 20,000 such phones worldwide: all of which are useless now because the software is no longer supported. 

       This is the first time that the FBI has targeted a communications company (successfully) for knowingly providing criminal enterprises with technology to carry out their crimes. It's an interesting case from that standpoint. There's always been some suspicion that some companies market toward the Underworld. This is the first attempt actually to prove it. When Special Agent Cheviron noticed that drug-gangs were using this technology, he looked into it further. Most of us would have been inclined to assume it was a widely-used app because it's privacy features were so good. Cheviron deserves a round of applause for thinking outside of the box and bringing about the downfall of a major facilitator behind our narcotic epidemic. 

Tuesday, March 13, 2018


     The President today initiated a long-overdue shake-up in the State Department---starting with the ouster of do-nothing Swamp-RINO Rex Tillerson. 

      President Trump has run his Administration much like a CEO, appointing department heads who are getting the job done. Sessions, Zinke, Carson, Perdue, DeVos, and others have been doing an outstanding job of swamp-draining, cleaning up corruption, and making Government work efficiently again. Not so at the State Department. Rainbow Rex hasn't bothered even replacing Obama-Era diplomatic staff until Trump intervened. Tillerson even rejected a joint Justice Department and Congressional memo to defund Soros-backed recipients of State Department grants. Our withdrawals from corrupt UN committees and obligations were completely the work of President Trump: Tillerson contributed nothing. 

      Tillerson never retracted even one of Obama's policies unless Trump himself overruled him. He continued Obama's policy of brinkmanship with China and North Korea, and failed intervention in Syria and Yemen. Trump actually met with some of these leaders and came away with record trade-deals instead of war. 

       The President has suggested CIA Director Mike Pompeo as a replacement. Pompeo has several good qualities recommending him. He's a more solid Conservative than Tillerson and was formerly connected to the Tea Party Republicans. Pompeo is a Constitutionalist and will bring about much-needed reform within the State Department proper. We can probably expect him to terminate Deep State-Era programs and give the department a thorough house-cleaning.

       On geopolitical issues, Pompeo is a little more shaky. He is anti-Russian, his Middle East positions uninformed, and he is hawkish on domestic espionage and transparency. Most of these however are not positions that he is able to act upon unilaterally. Trump overall seems to be redirecting American Foreign Policy toward free-trade as opposed to militarism; thus the State Department will have to, by necessity, move further away from Clinton/Kerry Era aggressiveness.

        At any rate, Trump deserves our applause for having the courage to admit that he made a mistake in appointing Tillerson and correcting that mistake. The Corporate Media spins these kinds of personnel changes as symptomatic of weakness within the Administration but nothing could be further from the truth. It's a sign that the Administration is quite vibrant and strong: and willing to push aside the political dead-weight when necessary. And Tillerson was about as dead-weight as it gets. 


Monday, March 12, 2018


      There is an interesting discussion going on at Adrienne's blog over what is causing Leftists to embrace such obviously insane policy positions. Michael Savage, a talk-radio provocateur, coined an expression a few years ago that "liberalism is a mental disorder."

      More accurately, we would suggest here that Leftist positions and behaviors are symptomatic of underlying psychological pathology. This is especially true among members of the Corporate Media. Everything from looking up to Satanist Sally Quinn as a role model to their repeated public tantrums and dissemination of the most ridiculous conspiracy theories, Media personnel are pretty clearly a mentally-unbalanced lot. 

      At the top levels of the Far Left: the Clintons, Podesta Brothers, and George Soros, for example; power and profit are the motivating factors. They've got good rackets going, fueled by payoffs from special interests and a compliant Media which aids and abets their criminal behaviors. But what about the rank-and-file Leftists?

      We've asked the same question in a more lighthearted vein when discussing Trump Derangement Syndrome. The day after Trump was elected, an Ohio man immolated himself in a children's playground using Trump Campaign paraphernalia as fuel. The most recent manifestation is the Mayor of Oakland who's made herself effectively a human shield defending MS-13 thugs from arrest and deportation. In between those times, numerous Leftists have wound up in jails, psych-wards, the unemployment line, hospitals, or even dead because they lost it in public and became a danger to themselves and others. 

      So we argue that it's too broad a statement to claim that Liberalism is a mental disorder. Some are Leftists---especially younger people---who've been politically and socially educated by the degenerate Media and the public schools. They haven't had enough life experience to see through the tissue of deception veiling their mind's eye. Some Liberals are so because they (rightfully) fear the political power of the Alt-RINOs without realizing that those clods are a tiny---but loud---minority whose power is exaggerated by the MSM. 

      But for those Leftists who should know better, some deeper mental problem seems to be a driving factor. Mass-communications have made it possible for people teetering on the brink of mental collapse to build support-networks with others just as far gone as they are. Then they project their collective neuroses onto society-at-large or onto some political, religious, or ethnic group. 

      Thus, to answer Adrienne's question: there's no single answer. Radicalism always attracts the morally degenerate, the ignorant, the fearful, and the loonies. They make up the backbone of the postmodern so-called 'Progressives' just as earlier generations of them turned to Jacobinism, Marxism, Bolshevism, Naziism, etc. They typically aren't too dangerous until they achieve positions of actual power. Our job in a Democracy is to prevent that from happening---and exposing them for what they are is the best safeguard. 



Friday, March 9, 2018


     Like other cults, the Red Pills and their Alt-RINO camp-followers are fond of creating neologisms and nonsense-phrases to bandy among themselves to appear intelligent. We're all familiar with this trick: stage magicians will utter cryptic, meaningless phrases as part of the illusion that they create. In primitive cultures, shamans and witch-doctors do much the same thing.

      Vox Day has coined a new term to add the glossary of Red Pill Ebonics: corception. Vox explained that there is no term in the English Language which favorably describes his dishonesty in rhetoric, hence the need for a new word.

      Corception is defined by him thus: "a word to express the concept of something that is technically false but rhetorically true that tends to guide one to the truth." The truth, of course, meaning how Vox subjectively defines it. After all, it has to be a subjective truth (i.e. an opinion); otherwise the term 'technically false' could not logically apply. 

      There actually are words in English describing this already. The more general term is sophistry; but the most accurate one would political correctness. 

      Political Correctness was originally a term coined by Bolshevik commander, Vladimir Lenin. Lenin held that if words or actions promoted the 'truth' of Communism; then it was inherently a good act. Western Leftist whackos in Academia revived the phrase during the 1990's to justify their ideological purges in our public schools and universities. 

      Corception essentially means the same practice to a different end. Vox and other Red Pills are known for spreading falsehoods that they know to be untrue; but since it serves the greater glory of their cult, it isn't lying, according to them. 

        "Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor"---The 9th Commandment.

        It's impossible for any proposition in an argument to be factually false and rhetorically true. Not only does this notion violate the 9th Commandment; it violates the laws of Formal Logic handed down to us from the time of the Greeks. And it even violates Common Sense. How could a falsehood in one's mind be transformed into a truth by one's mouth? This is why all forms of 'political correctness' are inherently unscriptural, unethical, illogical, and just plain stupid. 

         Vox has the arrogance to write that, "I'm aware that many, if not most of you will fail to appreciate this kind of thought-exercise." This is the Cultist coming out of him. He's basically telling his credulous followers that if they fail to understand what he's talking about, they should simply defer to his superior Alpha Mind. 

         This episode is again yet another example of the 'Alt-Right' are nothing but doppelgangers of the Radical Left. Right down even to their abuse of the English Language. 

Thursday, March 8, 2018


     Two suspects are sitting in Texas jails tonight after being netted in a four-month campaign of harassment and intimidation committed against survivors, family, and church officials following last November's Sutherland Springs Massacre. Readers might recall that a madman with illegally-owned weapons murdered 26 people during a worship service before being (permanently) stopped by a neighbor with a hunting rifle. 

      Some people, however, believed the story to be hoax; although what plausible false-flag could center on a Christian-killing thug who ended up shot by an armed citizen before the police arrived is anybody's guess. Robert Ussery, the ringleader of the harassment campaign was arrested on Tuesday; along with his consort, Jodi Mann.

      It should come as no surprise to anyone who's followed these stories to learn that Ussery had "an extensive criminal record" according to Texas authorities. He was arrested most recently after a violent altercation at a White Lives Matter rally. Previous charges include Assault, Domestic Violence, and Weapons violations.

       Ussury had been harassing victims of Sutherland Springs both online and in person. There was little police could do until he crossed the legal boundary of making in-person threats on Sunday to Pastor Frank Pomeroy. According to witnesses, Ussery threatened to "hang you {Rev. Pomeroy} from the highest tree and p--- on your corpse." The Pomeroys had apparently gotten some kind of restraining order because police arrested Ussery and Mann for criminal trespass and resisting arrest. Ussery also faces drug charges after illegal Marijuana was found on both his person and in his system. 

       Pastor Pomeroy's 14 year-old daughter was among those killed during the massacre. 

       "He keeps insisting that my daughter never existed and making demands that I produce her birth certificate." the pastor told KTSA-San Antonio. "He keeps trying to bait us into doing something stupid."

        The San Antonio Express-News stated that Ussery runs a website called Side Thorn which claims that over 30 mass-murders and terrorist incidents nationwide were staged by the Government. Jodi Mann, aged 56, is known on the Internet as The Conspiracy Granny.

       Mrs. Pomeroy told the British newspaper The Guardian that Ussery accuses church-members on regular basis of participating in the alleged cover-up; variously claiming that the children either never existed or are in hiding. 

       What a couple of kooks. 

        But this goes back to what Pope Francis said about weaponizing the tongue. Idiots like Ussery are triggered by other crackpots who incite them over the Internet, talk-radio, and elsewhere. People like Ussery end up in jail while the people who encouraged them get paid interviews and seven-figure media deals. And it's not just on the Extreme Right---although they're the ones upon whom the Media focuses. We've seen plenty of Left-Wing violence instigated by the likes of Keith Olbermann, Stephen Colbert, and Bernie Sanders. 

        This is yet another example, though, of why Christians and Conservatives need to call out screwballs who are giving the entire political Right a bad name. There's no room in our movement for rioters, stalkers, promoters of political violence, racists, male supremacists, etc. The Left needs force and fraud to uphold its ideals: we do not. To extremists, might makes right; but to us right makes might.  



Wednesday, March 7, 2018


      Blogger Insanity Bytes had an article yesterday critiquing a post written by Rev. Toby Sumpter. Sumpter is a Protestant minister in Idaho who has some affiliation with the Rev. Doug Wilson; a fellow who's crossed our radar-screens a few times before. To say that this particular church is embedded in controversy would be an understatement. However, we're not especially well-versed in these internal political machinations among the various Protestant sects. What concerns us is when they preach doctrines adverse or harmful to Christendom as a whole. 

       Sumpter's post is a sick attempt at parodying Domestic Violence victims; a poorly-written satire purporting to be written by the Corinthian Church to St. Paul the Apostle. Domestic Violence and related crimes seem to be an especially recurring issue among the leaders and followers of this particular church. Whether some or all of the allegations made against them are true or not; we cannot at this point say. But given their writings on these and other issues incline us to believe at the very least that Wilson and Sumpter are a pair of shady characters and it wouldn't be amiss for Christians to keep a close eye upon them. 

       A section of Sumpter's parody reads as follows: "The first rule of abuse prevention is that you must always side with anyone who claims to be a victim over against anybody accused of abuse. Trained and professional abuse counselors don't need outmoded methods of investigation, witnesses, and due process." 

       Idaho State Law actually differs with this. Title 18-918 of Idaho Statutes defines Domestic Violence as: 

       1. Felonious Battery: "Any household member who in committing a Battery as defined in Section 18-903 of the Idaho Code, inflicting traumatic injury is guilty of a felony."

       2. Misdemeanor Assault: "A household member who commits an Assault as defined in Section 18-901 of the Idaho Code against another household member not resulting in traumatic injury is guilty of a misdemeanor. "

       3. Misdemeanor Battery: "A household member who commits a Battery as defined in Section-903 of the Idaho Code is guilty of a misdemeanor."

       The website FindLaw states that Idaho Law covers "physical injury, sexual abuse, forced imprisonment or threat thereof" as Domestic Violence. It seems that these are hardly matters of one person's word against the other.

       Sumpter then says: "The second rule of abuse prevention is that you must never say or write anything that would give the alleged victim that their situation is tolerable." He then goes on to compare St.Paul's instructions to slaves as somehow binding on abused family members! Essentially, he is arguing tangentially that slavery is not only morally correct; but that  wives and children are the chattel of husbands and fathers. 

       We have to understand two things here. One is that, contextually, human slavery was universally practiced in St.Paul's time. His instructions to Christian slaves was no more an endorsement of that institution than Christ calling His first disciples from among fishermen means that God prefers ex-sailors for ministerial duties. 

        The second thing is that there is no parallel between marriage and slavery whatsoever in the New Testament. Roman women actually enjoyed a (relatively) high standard of social and civil rights; much higher than, say, women in the neighboring Parthian Empire did. The Christian Fathers are all very clear that Christian women---married or not---are sisters in Christ. They stressed this point so much that early enemies of the Church falsely accused Christian teachers of promoting incest. 

       But this absurdity is not only held by Sumpter, but by many in the Red Pill Cult: Dalrock, Artisanal Toad, and Rollo Tomassi being among its most prominent promoters. They hold---or at least strongly imply---that the State has no moral authority in domestic abuse issues. This idea not only finds no support from Christian Doctrine but has never been a legal tenet of Western Civilization for millennia. Since we mentioned the Romans: although fathers and husbands had more legal authority over women than we do; even they were subject to Roman Law. Today's Islamic States are much the same way; a man's jurisdiction over his women is not unlimited but subject to Sharia Courts. And those Courts give more protections to women than our Media gives them credit for.

      Sumpter is very clearly out of his depth as a pastor; and the Moscow, Idaho area seems to be having some real spiritual problems. Maybe we can persuade Pope Francis to send some Christian missionaries there, because it they could really use them.