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Clinton Crimes – The Silence is Deafening. Part Four

James Dalton, Going Postal
James Comey, Hillary Clinton, Peter Strzok, Bruce Ohr and Nellie Ohr

….Or What the Mainstream Media is Neglecting to Report.

 Contextual Interlude – False News

 In Part 1 the manner in which the mainstream media (MSM) misreport and avoid reporting the news was highlighted surrounding the events of the indictment of Paul Manafort in October, which for 48Hrs was the smoking gun for the indictment of Trump. The MSM have since gone silent on Manafort, deadly silent and silent on Tony Podesta whose lobbying firm is reported to be being wound down in the fallout from the Manafort indictment. Little in the way of ‘follow up’ from CNN, ABC, MSNBC, NYT, WaPo or the BBC. More on this is explained here. Also highlighted was the fascination of the MSM with ‘knee-touching’ and other aspects of toxic masculinity, but a few weeks have now passed, and the #MeToo hashtag has taken the minds of the public away from the documented sexual assault and paedophilia news stories associated with big names – big ‘Liberal’ names such as Kevin Spacey, Harvey Weinstein, Matt Lauer, John Conyers, Al Franken and a whole string of Democrat and Hollywood associated sex pests.

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Clinton Crimes – The Silence is Deafening. Part Three

James Dalton, Going Postal
Hillary Clinton getting used to wearing an orange jumpsuit

….Or What the Mainstream Media is Neglecting to Report.

 It’s the Russians…..

It’s the Russians! Yes, all roads lead to Russia it appears, especially when it comes to the results of elections in the West that don’t go the way of the established Establishment wisdom. Russian interference, Russian hacking, Russian Bots, Russian collusion, the Russian dossier. It’s so exciting – like being back in ‘Cold War’ times!

When it comes to Hillary Clinton, there is a Russia connection, or rather, there are many. Before the election of Donald Trump, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton had taken the moral high ground with respect to respecting the outcome of the election and condemned Trump’s claims that the election was rigged through fraudulent voting. Hillary’s protestations and that of the media changed after the election. After the 8th of November 2016, both Obama and Clinton in a shameless volte face determined that the election had been rigged after all and the result should be questioned. What’s more, it was the Russians that had done it!

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Clinton Crimes – The Silence is Deafening. Part Two

….Or What the Mainstream Media are Neglecting to Report.

Hillary Clinton pictured with the former US Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens

Hillary and “The Server Scandal”

“Lock Her Up” was the cry from the crowd to Donald J Trump at his rallies in the lead up to the 2016 Presidential election. Few European news consumers will have been provided with the context to these chants, nor the message. During the 2nd Presidential debate, Hillary Clinton made a barbed verbal assault on Donald Trump, to which Trump, in his alpha-male style, responded without hesitation and to memorable effect.

HRC: “…it’s just awfully good that someone with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the law in our country.”

DJT:  “Because you’d be in jail.”

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Clinton Crimes – The Silence is Deafening. Part One

James Dalton, Going Postal
Hillary Clinton – revered by the media

…Or. How the Mainstream Media Manipulates the Masses.

There’s a lot going on in the news at the moment. Much noise on many stories. We rely on journalism to provide the public with a window into what events of importance are happening in the world. Journalists aren’t doing this for the UK public. They are loud on many issues and quiet on others.  I’m sure you know by now that Kevin Spacey the Hollywood actor is gay, evidently, though like me you probably have no interest in Mr Spacey’s sexuality.

Something is rotten in the State of Denmark. In the UK there is much rot too. In its political state and journalistic state, carrion litters Westminster, Whitehall, the printed press, the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Sky news channels – and this week the aroma has been overwhelming.

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The Butterfly Effect, Part Three

Cynic, Going Postal

The official explanation, released under tremendous national and international pressure, was that in the haste to comply with sudden deployment orders, corners had been cut, safety procedures ignored, mistakes had been made, and lessons had been learned. It was assumed that pilot error had been the inadvertent cause of the first explosion, directly over the Capitol, and that the other planes of the flight had been caught in the blast and their weapons had ‘cooked off’. Certainly none of the crew survived to confirm or deny this story. Shortly thereafter the base from which they had flown was closed, the formation was disbanded, the ground crews and administrators left the service. They and the families of the aircrew disappeared from public view. Embarrassment? Punishment? Flight? Retrenchment? Cover-up? Coincidence? You may think as you please but you’ll get no more comment on this matter from the IMG.

There are always those who claim that ‘an official statement’ is the very definition of a lie. Of course there may also be those who will counter object that the officials whose statements gave rise to such cynicism were those who were incinerated in the Washington Catastrophe, as it came to be called. (Or The Great Deliverance, as others came to call it.)

Speculation continues. What really happened, and why? Did simple carelessness bring down a great nation at a crucial moment and at the same time preserve it? The consequences continue to proliferate. Could such significant events have followed from insignificant causes?

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The Butterfly Effect, Part Two

Cynic, Going Postal

The military command of such of the military as remained willing to obey their commands were too burdened to do anything about this, especially as the catastrophe which eliminated the source of legitimate authority had weakened their own. Formally there had been a continuity of government plan. Some of the Washington politicians had been supposed to stay away from the State of the Union speech to constitute a kernel of government in the case of some disaster wiping out the others. If that had happened it had become irrelevant, because none had survived the nuclear catastrophe. Plenty of ambitious state governors and other politicians had demanded a quick replacement of the Federal government, usually under some scheme which would benefit he who proposed it. Consequently each was opposed by the others. Quick elections were deemed impracticable, not least because several important Democratic states were in chaos, (and their populations much reduced so it was not clear how much representation they should have) so their state politicians demanded that they should be allowed to constitute a new Federal Government – ‘that’s what Hillary would have wanted’ they claimed, but failed to convince each other, let alone Republicans. Foreign governments and financial markets were also keen to have a clear centre of authority in the USA. Thus the military command felt obliged to constitute themselves an interim government and to declare martial law in the east coast states north of Washington. The rest of the states vigorously denied that they had any problems which would justify any such action, and disputed the competence of the military command to take such action and to make itself a replacement for the Federal government. Indeed, California had the impertinence to suggest that as the largest state still in good order that adhered to the dead President’s programme, they should assume the Federal government for the remainder of her term, and that San Francisco should replace Washington as Federal capital. This idea was not well received by the other states or by the Interim Military Government.

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The Butterfly Effect, Part One

cynic, Going Postal

See how beautiful and delicate they are. Notice how various are the designs upon their wings, as if they are transmitting messages of silent beauty individually and in combination, which we usually do not see or consider, and how our lack of consideration bothers them not at all. Regard their unhurried fluttering, moving short distances, their apparently whimsical journeying and unpredictable halts, with closed or gently opening and closing wings as they seem to delight in the sunlight, the plants and the breeze, following some combination of instinct and free choice which is to us mysterious, yet evocative once we pay attention to it. Fragile, gentle, short lived creatures, but following a life cycle of astounding changes of form, and capable of immense migrations, manifesting much greater strength and endurance than we would at first sight be inclined to credit to them. If ‘the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world’, in a similar vein it was jestingly suggested that the causes of events may be so small, numerous, complicated, entangled and obscure, that the slight perturbation of the atmosphere caused by the unplanned and unperceived flutter of a butterfly’s wings might be the trigger of enormous effects in the world at large.

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What would have happened if Hillary had won?

Truthsayer, Going Postal

This evening – 2nd December – my son (attending primary school) posed me with this question after we watched “the  best Trump video ever” on Youtube together, his interest piqued once more in the whole affair following the Ohio  rally.

It was a really good question, and having to answer quickly and simply to a child put it somewhat into perspective.

My answer was that the Democrats and the whole crooked leadership of the West has been stirring up trouble with  Russia for some time, and they would have picked a war with her and it would have been a terrible thing. We would  have been sucked into it. In Europe we would have run into big trouble, with massive casualties, as invading  Russia is a serious undertaking; eventually I would have been called up to replace the losses. He knows about the  Somme so I used that as an example of the loss of life.

The parallels with the Grande Armée, Japan in 1939, and Barbarossa in 1941 are not good omens. From memory the  Axis suffered a million casualties in the first six months, and I wonder if the NWO would have the guts for it,  but then they seem to have the guts to impose endless atrocities on their domestic populations. For them the end  justifies the means.

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Beyond Borders

1642again, Going Postal

I drank deep from the vats of the brewery the other night and some hours later the  fair muse of Hook Norton visited me in my dreams. 

“Out-of-time Ironside,” she said in her sweetest Joan Greenwood lilt which made my  skin goose-pimpular, “to quiet your unstill spirit I bring you a vision, the first  of many, into which you must pour your energies and heart to help wage the  cultural struggle to reclaim our lost civilisation and the freeing of the peoples  of the West.”

My tongue was dry, my heart was racing, my mind buzzing (and not just from the  radiant nectar I had been supping) for she was fair beyond mortals, her voice of  paralysing mellifluence, her eyes commanding, such I that I could neither move nor  speak.

“You must write a script for a televisual series, a heroic epic set far into the  future.  Listen carefully to what I say…”

Under such an injunction, on her departure I was freed and commenced writing with  a frenzy worthy of the great master EoL himself.

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The Populist Speaks

Rorschach, Going Postal

For a while before he finally appeared, stirring patriotic music played in the hall decked in jingoist splendor, raising the passions of the waiting crowd. Then with anticipation at fever pitch, the Populist strode onto the stage basking in the roars of approval of his supporters. He gave appreciative gestures, soaking in the cheers and applause, taking his position at the podium.

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