Biden Won, America Lost

American Revolt


These are policies the Left is supposedly a champion of, closely aligning with the platforms of Bernie Sanders, Tulsi Gabbard, the Green Party, and the People’s Party. Believe it or not, a majority of Americans strongly support these measures across the political spectrum. If America is an actual democracy, then why are none of these things happening? Cuz it isn’t, jack!

  • Medicare for All (Supported by 67% of Americans)
    Because healthcare is a human right, plus it’s also cheaper.
  • Green New Deal (Supported by 63%)
    Because inaction in response to the climate crisis means extinction.
  • Ending regime-change wars (Supported by 56%)
    Because killing innocents for natural resources is unjustifiable.
  • Breaking up the Big Banks (Supported by 50%)
    Because no industry should control 73% of the economy.
  • Public-only funding of elections (Supported by 77%)

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US Election Theft 2020?

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If November 3 elections proved anything, it’s what Buttercup explained in Gilbert & Sullivan’s HMS Pinafore, saying the following:

“Things are seldom what they seem. Skim milk masquerades as cream.”

“Highlows pass as patent leathers. Jackdaws strut in peacock’s feathers.”

“Black sheep dwell in every fold.
All that glitters is not gold.”

“Storks turn out to be but logs.
Bulls are but inflated frogs.”

There’s more, but the message is clear.

Reported US 2020 election results so far favoring Biden over Trump are “shady.”

What’s presented in key battleground states appears other than the popular will.

Trump’s team has good reason to challenge results, the winner very much uncertain until litigation plays out.

As in 2000, nine Supreme Court justices may have final say on who wins and loses in the contest for the nation’s…

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CIA: Making the World Safe for US Oil for 73 Years

The Most Revolutionary Act

The Crash of Flight 3804: A Lost Spy, a Daughter’s Quest, and the Deadly Politics of the Great Game for Oil

by Charlotte Dennett

Chelsea Green Press (2020)

Book Review

In my view, this books makes a fairly compelling case that US Cold War strategy was more about protecting US oil interests (specifically pipelines) than fighting Communism. In The Crash of Flight 3804, Dennett describes her decades long battle to declassify intelligence records related to the plane crash that killed her father in Ethiopia on March 24, 1947. Daniel Dennett, previously employed by the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), was working for the immediate CIA predecessor the Defense Intelligence Group (DIG) at the time of his death. Although his cover was Beirut State Department Cultural Attache, declassified records indicate he performed a vital counterintelligence role in protecting US strategic oil interests from, not only Russia, but also France and…

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