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Sunday, May 7, 2017

Enemy Of The Week: US To Slap Iran With New Sanctions

The video is in a new playlist I've made about Iran and especially, the Iran nuclear deal. You can see the whole playist by clocking the title part of the video.

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Уважаемое Правительство Российской Федерации вместе с Президентом Владимиром Владимировичем Путиным и Вооруженными Силами Российской Федерации! Пожалуйста, распространите и отправьте это сообщение государственным и военным чиновникам!



Если вы объявите войну Соединенным Штатам Америки, что бы вы ни делали, постарайтесь не навредить среднему гражданскому населению. Если вам нужно кого-то обидеть, пожалуйста, постарайтесь сохранить нанесенный ущерб федеральным властям и военнослужащим, которых вы заводите.

Средние люди в Соединенных Штатах Америки не имеют реального контроля над федеральным правительством и позволяют плохим людям становиться у власти из-за невежества со стороны плохих СМИ и ужасной системы государственного образования.

Спасибо за ваше время, чтобы прочитать это.

Искренне, обеспокоенный американский гражданин.

Перевод картинок (включены ругательные слова):

Уважаемая Россия,
Если вы когда-нибудь решите приехать сюда и наебать дерьмо, пожалуйста, имейте в виду, что мы, граждане, не говорили в нашем правительстве очень долгое время.
Так что, если дерьмо попадает в фанатку, пожалуйста, держите его в [федеральных] ГОСУДАРСТВЕННЫХ ОФИЦИАЛЬНЫХ органах, а не граждан [гражданских лиц], потому что мы не несем ответственности за их действия, не контролируем их и не потворствуем их действиям!

This is NOT intended to be a threat against, nor encourage violence against, the United States of America nor the government of the United States of America. I will NEVER advocate agression against ANYONE, not even the United States government or government agencies, no matter how corrupt. This is simply a request to the Russian Federation's government and military to try to avoid harming civilians if a war breaks out.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Minor news: Blocking roads could lead to terrorism charges under new plan - a cause for concern, or am I just paranoid?

Today, I've read the article Blocking roads could lead to terrorism charges under new plan, and I found the title itself to sound interesting.

But, something that does make me concerned is the part of the article that said 
"Part of the bill would also crack down on protests for a particular ideology, labeling some activity as terroristic in nature".

That "particular ideology" part rang a bell in me, and so far, I don't know what "particular ideology" is being talked about, or if this bill targets any specific ideology whatsoever.

I personally do not expect much to come out of this, but I would never suggest that anyone "let their guard down" at any time.

Friday, March 10, 2017

This is a kind've concern that I had about Trump all along, & why I (& Ryan Dawson) said to hold his feet to the fire

As explained in the article
Bomb the Sh*t Out of Them!’ – Trump Drones Yemen More in One Week Than Obama in a Year, one of Trump's BAD positions on foreign policy is showing. This is exactly why I am so against blind loyalty and so questioning of Trump.

I'm not so sure if Trump is working for the system (specifically, the military industrial complex, Saudi royals, Qatari royals, etc), and I feel that he is probably doing this becuase he is kind've an idiot  and not well informed (not that most of the candidates were any better anyway).

Saturday, March 4, 2017

The Trump review: week 3 & beyond; sources to listen to, why I didn't post in such long time, me moving on in life, & slowing down blog operations

Becuase there is too much content to go over, instead of going over everything related to Trump, I'll list some sources to get started on looking at:

Ryan Dawson
Anti NeoCon Report
BlackListed News

why I didn't post in such long time, me moving on in life, & slowing down blog operations:

I usually don't mix my personal life into posts like this, but I'll explain why.

On the week that I was supposed to do the 3rd article of The Trump Review, I had a great granduncle die, and my family had to attend his funeral out of town.

Because my family stayed at a hotel, not only was the environment not the best for my relaxing with the uncertainty of when I had to leave the hotel and me being reluctant to access accounts on public wifi (I've heard that it's a bad idea to login to any accounts of importance on public wifi).

This is combined with the stress of going through high school, moving on to other things in life, and me having little to blog about since I explain most of my stances on social and issues.

Not to mention how I have interests outside of politics:
On my channel, there's a section called "Not-so-important & misc. playlist hodgepodge", where I put my less important playlists. It contains everything from the truth about school and modesty to gun recommendations to music.
As for trivial interests, Styxhexenhammer666 into Minecraft. Ryan Dawson (my favourite political commentator, documentary maker, online activist and author) is into Superhero comics and martial arts. BlameTheFirst is a brony.
So, of course, even political truth tellers, libertarians and activists have their own personal lives.
As for people's opinions that I disagree with, I see exactly what Styx means. I might disagree with Ryan Dawson on what he thinks about cops, but that doesn't discredit everything else he says. I might disagree with Bill Still on what he thinks about Israel, but that doesn't discredit his documentary "The Money Masters". And I may disagree with Think Like A Cop - The Rest Of The Story thinks about Muslims or think that his criticism of Obama is cliche and alienating, and even think that he sounds whiny about those topics, but I still support him for helping the public see what cops see, and understand why law enforcement agents do what they do.

Back to doing things other than pure politics, I created a new blog,
SayNoToDemocide trivia. This is so my trivial posts and, even more, storytelling, will not bother my main blog's listeners and so people who want to be involved in my storytelling or whose content I'm sharing won't have to be associated with my explicitly political content as much.

Sunday, February 5, 2017

Operation Clickbait: using clickbait video titles and thumbnails to promote truth

As a reaction to Joe Rogan recently interviewing Alex Jones about 9/11, I decided to launch "Operation: Clickbait", in which I reupload Ryan Dawson's documentary "War By Deception" under other titles, mainly ripped off from other 9/11 "truth" videos on YouTube.

I know that some may question the honesty of doing this. But, it is simply the title and thumbnail that is clickbait; the information is not lies or sensationalism.

Saturday, February 4, 2017

The Trump Review: Week 2

The bad:

As far as I know, Trump has yet to cut off aid to all of the Syrian rebels and Islamist groups in Syria. I think that I've heard something about Trump cutting off aid maybe to 1 group, but I haven't done much looking into it.

Recommended reading:
Steering Trump Back to Endless War.

The ugly:

Trump is trying to put travel restrictions on 7 countries by requiring a 90 day vetting period for people from those countries trying to come into the U.S..

The good:

Trump has got onto John McCain and Lindsey Graham. While he was not as intellectual as Ryan Dawson probably could've been, at least he has done something other than staying quiet or bowing down.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

American Youtuber Detained In Europe Needs Your Help!

Video description:
If you can help, 
Please send any encouragement or donations to his paypal email

Any and all support by the wider truth community is welcomed at this point,
In an effort to pour public attention and pressure on the authorities he’s currently beset by.

Look for him on

And he also needs political pressure applied,
So those who are able can send letters, Go in person,
or phone his Congressman, 
Dave Brat 
At his Washington, DC Office
1628 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-2815
Fax: (202) 225-0011
Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm M-F

Saturday, January 28, 2017

New post series: The Trump review: Week 1.

I'm now announcing a new series (of which I might even start a new blog with) in which, on about a weekly basis, I find information about what president Donald John Trump is doing, and post them right here on my blog.

The bad:
Trump supports torture, which as far as I've heard, is not only unconstitutional, but also, doesn't even work, and might make those who are tortured give out the wrong information.

The good:
The U.S. is out of the TPP.

Trump is renegotiating NAFTA.

And Trump has blocked bribe money to Abbas.

I'd also like to add that Trump has frozen both the pay raises of federal employees and the hiring of new federal employees as well (I think it might've had something to do with slowing down the growth of federal agencies). I won't comment on this, as that I haven't studied that subject manner well enough.

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Martin Luther King day post followup: King's assasination

Why I'm glad that Trump won. And will there be any silver lining to look forward to the Trump presidency?

I am NOT a Trump supporter or even trying to get anyone to like Trump (in fact, I'm developing an article called "Concerns about Trump, & what would probably still need fixing from the Trump presidency" to target Trump supporters), but rather, I wish to help make people slightly more optimistic about what's ahead.

Also, when reading this, you don't need to stop and look at every video, especially the long ones. I reccomend to keep going and come back later for the videos.
(The above image came credit of

I know that many people don't like Trump. And often, they REALLY don't like Trump.

While I am not Trump's biggest fan (he does not earn my endorsement), and I know that he is not principled (most politicians aren't, unfortunately), and is not even pro-personal-liberty outside of gun rights (but what do we expect?), at the same time, we can expect a few positive but hardly ever talked about things to go along with the world getting better.

Now, to make it a little funny for people who need to be told jokes to understand something, here's what a self-proclaimed liberal had to say about this:

Okay, let's say that Trump is the big bag of crap. While I disagree with the bag of crap's social views, sloganeering, how partisan he is, and his overall lack of principle and philosophy, inside that bag of crap, there are actually a few things that are actually good. So what are those positive things, pretty much from the smallest to the largest?

First off, Donald Trump opposes NAFTA (which hurts Mexico's economy, especially with government subsidised businesses in the U.S. driving Mexican businesses down and forcing people to the U.S. for better jobs) and the the TPP (

Second, Trump knows economics. He's not a free-market or Austrian economist, but at least he's a businessman. Even Michael Moore agrees.

As for his past financial mistakes, so what? I'm pretty sure that there are many successful people who made mistakes and learnt from those mistakes.

Third, he wants to put in term limits and get money out of politics. Even at least one writer from the left-wing website Alternet agrees:

Being a multi-billionaire, at least he's less likely to be brought out by special interests, which is why so many politicians have little to no real values or integrity and those who have real values or integrity don't get much money or media attention.

Now, with is position on Israel, I'm not sure how much action, if any, that he'll take against AIPAC (he spoke at AIPAC before but this article and its clone claims that Trump "exposed" AIPAC). But regardless, especially with how AIPAC is intertwined with the military industrial complex, taking power from special interests will be a step in the right direction. Even for you interventionists out there, don't you think that it's better to go to war on principle instead of business interests?
And this is nothing against Jewish people (I am against collectivism).

When listening to this guy, question everything he says. I do NOT agree with all of his social views.

And fourth, and most importantly, he is one of the least pro-war candidates and is willing to help Assad fight ISIS.

And if you still disagree...

If you wish to protest, do so in a way that wouldn't harm or disrupt the life of your neighbors.

I reccomend reading Donald Trump: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly .

Now here are a few other good things...

He wants to eliminate Obamacare.

He's not terribly anti-gun as some other politicians;

And hopefully Trump will declassify some more stuff such as the redacted 28 pages (not a guarantee, but just a hope, especially considering how he wants to get Snowden ( 

As for climate change, I'll direct you to

Donald Trump is what we get for not getting in Ron Paul before.

And don't think that Bernie Sanders was all that great.

Or Gary Johnson...

Bonus: Lew Rockwell and Ron Paul believe that better times are ahead.

For the video below, skip to 26:06.
For the video below, skip to 11:06.

Monday, January 16, 2017

Happy Martin Luther King day!

Someday, I should watch the film "Our Friend, Martin", which I haven't watched in like 4 or 5 years.

Also, be sure to share MLK's "I have a dream" speech.

I am about to do some reading on the copyright case for MLK's speech, and I should come out with a followup article tomorrow.

Saturday, January 14, 2017

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