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The first shoe drops

By Patrick Van Roy On April 19th, 2018 at 2:00 pm

Lady Justice by Chad Awalt

While Special Counsel Mueller continues his 16mth search for a crime committed by Donald Trump there have been multiple Felony Crimes committed by high ranking members of the FBI, the Dept of Justice, and members of the Hillary Clinton campaign including Mrs. Clinton herself.

These crimes are undeniable but have yet to be pursued, that is until now. Wednesday a formal request to the DOJ to open a Criminal investigation into multiple high ranking current and former Government officials naming both the names of the officials and the statutes of Law that were violated.

The Department of Justice can not ignore a formal request of this type. It has to open a criminal investigation.

Eleven Republican lawmakers sent a criminal referral to the DOJ demanding charges be filed against Clinton, former FBI Director James Comey, former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, FBI Agent Peter Strzok, former acting Deputy Attorney General Dana Boenta, and FBI legal counsel Lisa Page, according to the formal referral sent to the DOJ.

In the six-page letter, the lawmakers outline charges that should be brought against these current and formal officials due to what the lawmakers claim was a bungled investigation into Clinton’s use of a homespun server to store classified information during her time as secretary of state during the Obama administration. 

“We believe that those in positions of high authority should be treated the same as every other American, we want to be sure that the potential violations of law outlined below are vetted appropriately,” the lawmakers write in the letter, which was spearheaded by Rep. Ron DeSantis (R., Fla.), chair of the House Subcommittee on National Security.

This is just the first of multiple criminal investigations that are about to be opened into The Clinton Campaign, The Clinton Foundation, Hillary Clinton, and the FBI and DOJ agents that committed crimes in the process of covering up the criminal misconduct of Hillary Clinton and her associates.

Atxilotuak askatu (Freedom for the detained)

By Patrick Van Roy On April 19th, 2018 at 1:52 pm

Guest Post by Paul

I was recently mildly chastised by Mahons for a recent blog about GAL as to the relevance of a state sponsored and funded death squad from the 1980s to today’s society so thought that I’d speak about something a bit more current.

Above is a picture of Pamplona last Saturday where an estimated 50,000 marched in protest against the trial of eight young people involved in a bar fight in the town of Alsasua.

Alsasua is a Navarran town around thirty miles from Pamplona nesteling high in the hills of the Urbasa valley. It has a population of around 9,000 and is overwhelmingly a native Basque speaking town and has the name of being a ‘pueblo borroka’ – a Basque adejective used to describe those in favour of Basque left wing independce. All notices in the bars are in Euskera, (Basque) and photographs of those incarcerated adorn the walls for what are percieved to be political offences against an occupying power. Subsequently the outskirts of the town is home to the largest Guardia Civil barracks in Navarra.

The Guardia Civil, National Police and Spanish Army are banned by their superiors from socialising in Pamplona old town as a result of past friction between them and the locals, This isn’t the case in Alsasua

and so in the early hours of the 15th of October 2016 two off duty Guardia Civil and their girlfriends entered one of the bars in the town centre and were quickly recognised by a group of male and female young people.

What happened next is a matter of dispute, there were insults traded and there are alegations that the Civil Guards threatened to shoot some of the young people and their families, the Civil Guards allege that the young people strted taunting them with pro ETA slogans. The cousin of my wife’s liflelong best friend was one of the young lads charged in relation to the fight. I’ve been in his company a few times and found him to be a lovely kid and have my own idea about the version of events but I’ll let those reading this dig around the reports and form their own conclusion.

What isn’t in dispute is that a fight broke out and the two Civil Guards and their girlfriends were assaulted by a group of 20 – 30 year olds with the most serious injury being a broken ankle recieved by one of the Civil Guards. Claims as to the numbers involved in the fight range widely from 30 people to eight. Regardless of the numbers, eight young people – seven males and one female, have been arrested and charged with various offences.

So why did 50,000 people march in Pamplona because of a bar brawl?

Well, the state’s prosecuting lawyer has asked that the eight young people be tried under terrorism legislation – citing an attack on agents of the state as an attack on the state itself, particularly in the context of the reputation of the town, rather than criminal legislation and has asked the trial judge, ominously the same judge that sent the ‘two Jordis’ , Jordi Sánchez and Jordi Cuixart, to prison recently in Catalonia on sedition charges to agree to this. If the prosecutions wish is granted and the group are tried under terrorist legislation and found guily the will face a combined total of, wait for it, ……. up to 375 years in prison.


Incidentally, while an estimated 50,000 people marched in Pamplona on Saturday in support of the eight young people on Sunday Pamplona had another march, this time it was the ‘colective victims of ETA’ group marching in support of the Civil Guards and the sentence requested by the prosecution. There were some 2,500 people at that march:


So, a drunken bar room brawl or an attack against the state and its agents? The case is currently at trial.

Jeremy Corbyn. Anti-semitic? Or realistic?

By Mike Cunningham On April 19th, 2018 at 8:03 am

We have all read of the Labour Party’s Jewish problem, or rather Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party Leader’s problem. The anti-semitic sneers from Party members, the (alleged) jokes against anyone who shows or exhibits the slightest sign of sympathy for both Israel and Jews in general. The vicious comments on Twitter which show up and just as quickly are deleted. The silence from that same Leader when any sign of anti-Semitism is noted, the deep hesitation when demands are made to have one or more Party members investigated, suspended or dismissed from the Party. The reluctance to even accept that Labour itself has a ‘Jewish problem’, even though many prominent Party members are Jewish themselves.

Corbyn’s problem stems, as far as I can understand, from many strands of his early life and passage through Parliament. He has always had great sympathy for the ‘underdog’. In his own eyes and mind; never mind his political version of reality, anyone, individual or group, standing against Israel is likened to a twisted version of ‘David versus Goliath’: with Israel as the ‘Goliath’, the bully, the friend of America: and any who stand against Israel as that ‘David’.

He spoke of Hamas as “an organization that is dedicated towards the good of the Palestinian people and bringing about long-term peace and social justice and political justice in the whole region.” Hamas: the one organisation whose very Charter calls for the destruction of the State of Israel; the terror organisation which insists that the thousands of rockets stored and fired from schools, homes and hospitals are but a symbol of a People yearning to be free. How free is but a statement, as the only opposition to Hamas in Gaza was ruthlessly hunted down and slaughtered.

Corbyn extended a hand to Raed Salah, a preacher of hate associated with the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel. “He is far from a dangerous man,” Corbyn posited rather oddly. “He is a very honoured citizen. He represents his people extremely well and his is a voice that must be heard.”

The unfortunate truth about the stench of anti-semitism which hangs around Labour, and around the very body and mind of Jeremy Corbyn is one of Numbers. He knows that there are approximately 300,000 Jewish people living in Great Britain and Northern Ireland. He also knows that he cannot really count upon the votes of the Jewish community as a voting bloc, mainly because the Jews are as sensitive as American sonar to jibes, jokes and sneers as the grass in the fields is to the wind.

But it is because he is, first and foremost a Labour politician to his very fingertips that he really doesn’t worry about that same stench, because his base, in a hundred towns and cities, is anchored and sustained within the Islamic community. It is the one thing which wipes out all the centuries-old arguments between Sunni and Shia, along with all the sub-sects and marginalised children of Muhammed: it is the true detestation of Israel, of the Jews, of anything connected with International Judaism. He will not condemn anti-semitism within his own Party, because that, folks; is the one thing which would hack away at the very foundations of the Muslim support and Muslim voting strength: for the Labour Party.

Labour’s very ethos has been overtaken by the Hard-Left, with Momentum breathing down the very constituencies of moderate Labour MPs. This has taken place because the people who remembered what the Labour Voters actually thought of Hard-line Left ideals, Communist practices and Socialist principles have nearly all either disappeared from Party structures, or they have been sidelined by the new Old Labour; red in tooth and claw. They forgot that it took Neil Kinnock nearly five years to rid his Labour Party of Militant; and it took Tony Blair to make a moderate Labour Party electable.

Corbyn can count, and 300,000 votes are cancelled out by 2,750,000 Muslim votes for Labour: and that is why we only get words, and not very strong words at that, from the anti-semitic side of Jeremy Corbyn.


By David Vance On April 18th, 2018 at 8:54 pm

The Freshno Professor is getting deeper and deeper in the mire! Turns out it wasn’t just Barbara Bush and the Bush family she hates. Far from it…

This is a Professor, I remind you.

UPDATE. She is now “on leave” – full pay I would imagine. A vile racist.


By David Vance On April 18th, 2018 at 5:41 pm

I came across this statistic and wanted to share.

  • Germany & Italy became States in 1871.
  • Spain a democracy in 1975.
  • France has had 5 republics.

Britain is one of the few democratic States with a constitutional system going back to 1215 if not beyond. And until 1972 we had Sovereignty too. Time it was fully restored?


By David Vance On April 18th, 2018 at 4:32 pm

This is glorious. The political Left in the UK have been virtue signalling their outrage over the way in which the so-called “Windrush generation” have been treated by Government. One of their key accusatons is that it was Theresa May herself, who when Home Secretary, ordered the destruction of landing cards for these immigrants to the UK, so causing them great stress.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn rose to his feet in the House of Commons to expose the folly of Theresa May….and THEN this happened…watch.

Hahaha. Own goal from Steptoe.



By David Vance On April 18th, 2018 at 10:02 am

I’d like to introduce you to Professor Jarro. She works at Fresno State, helping educate impressionable young minds.

According to her bio page at Fresno State, “Professor Randa Jarrar is an award-winning novelist, short story writer, essayist, and translator” and serves as the “executive director of RAWI, the Radius of Arab American Writers.”

And now, let’s review her published thoughts on the passing of Barbara Bush…

Barbara Bush was a generous and smart and amazing racist who, along with her husband, raised a war criminal. Fuck outta here with your nice words.

And then..

PSA: either you are against these pieces of shit and their genocidal ways or you’re part of the problem. that’s actually how simple this is. I’m happy the witch is dead. can’t wait for the rest of her family to fall to their demise the way 1.5 million iraqis have. byyyeeeeeeee.

What a charmer. When challenged on her views she responded…

sweetie i work as a tenured professor. I make 100K a year doing that. i will never be fired. i will always have people wanting to hear what i have to say. even you are one of them! <3 https://t.co/AMx9onyMD9

This is the sort of leftist vermin that infests academia.


By David Vance On April 18th, 2018 at 9:53 am

“Women of all genders”!!!!! Hahaha – the Green Party, of course.

Going in Style

By Mahons On April 18th, 2018 at 1:57 am

In my house there has been a certain sadness over the passing of a white haired legend who was slightly overweight. I refer of course to Big Tom McBride.

But one also has to mark the passing of Barbara Bush, like Abigal Adams, the wife and mother of a President. Married 73 years (holy shit) and in the public eye for decades. Not always nice (she was bipartisan mean to Geraldine Ferraro and Sarah Palin), and a tad too blue blood and elitist for my taste she had moments of humor, charity and combative comments that i admired. Born in 1925 she will probably be remembered best for her defense of her family, not an easy thing. People who survive the death of a small child as she did have my sympathy. People who dont extend sympathy to others as she failed to do at times, have less of my sympathy.

I think she choose wisely to die at home and not prolong treatment. May she rest in peace.


By Pete Moore On April 17th, 2018 at 9:36 pm

Inexplicably ignoring the global Hannity firestorm, the two Koreas appear to have been chatting.

North and South Korea are in talks to announce a permanent end to the officially declared military conflict between the two countries, daily newspaper Munhwa Ilbo reported Tuesday, citing an unnamed South Korean official.

Ahead of a summit next week between North Korean premier Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in, lawmakers from the neighboring states were thought to be negotiating the details of a joint statement that could outline an end to the confrontation.

Kim and Moon could also discuss returning the heavily fortified demilitarized zone separating them to its original state, the newspaper said.

President Trump is pleased. We read also that, like a great patriarch, he has given his blessing to the talks. Where once there was division, the Donald brings peace and unity.