Calling Upon An Enlightened Deep State

Calling Upon An Enlightened Deep State

The US Deep State's Obsession With The Russian Boogeyman Will Risk Civil War, World War, and Human Extinction If They Fail To Defend All The Peoples Of The United States From The White Nationalist/Supremacist Threat To National Security.
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It must be stated that the following is not a dismissal or rejection of the idea that Russian involvement might have been involved in the 2016 election cycle. Any actions taken by the Russian state should be considered blowback from our own policies; not hostile aggression. The responsibility for the outcome of the election is largely due to domestic accountability, or lack there of. As it has been pointed out on numerous occasions by many individuals of influence such as Senator Bernie Sanders "Republicans did not win, Democrats lost". With this in mind, we must recognize that the perception of a Russian boogeyman is artificially being used to distract against the hostile elements that have taken positions of power in the nation through illegitimate means.

Steve Bannon declared at the Conservative Political Action Conference in February 2017 that the function of the Trump administration is the "deconstruction of the administrative system". This is a direct threat to the security of persons on a level not seen in our history. Entire governmental branches and agencies responsible for the well-being of our entire citizenry is being destroyed with the human toll yet to be realized. The month since Trump's election has destabilized the US from its position as a global leader, and it is rapidly destabilizing as a competent functioning government. Bannon continued his declaration by stating that he and his allies were at war and had to fight every day. This war is a psychological delusion that is being waged against the peoples of the United States, not a hostile element internal or external to the United States. The inherent nature of the multicultural nation of the Union of States that came together to form a collective federal government is the enemy of Bannon and his allies; who have repeatedly proven to have strong ties with white nationalist/supremacist philosophies. These forces in one form or another, since the day of the birth of the United States, has weaken the integrity of the federal government. This hostile takeover of the federal government by these antithetical mentalities of racial supremacy now threaten not only civil war but world war and global extinction. Their beliefs are not based in reality and actively threaten our species with suicidal destruction, whether by rejecting climate change or destroying safety regulations like preventing industrial toxins being dumped in our nation's water and ecosystems.Their beliefs also relies on employing the Madman theory when dealing with foreign powers; and invoking an increasingly militaristic foreign policy based on unilateral decisions.

The Deep State has to make some serious decisions, it can either cease the asininity of trying to draw a conflict with the Russian boogyman and aid the citizens in their plight towards securing constitutional rights and the rights of life, liberty, and happiness. Or it can continue its apathetical push towards a Russian-US conflict, destroying the essence of the United States in the process through its ignorance and unwillingness to recognize the situation fully. The choice is not simply with the leaderships of the institutions that make up the Deep State; but with the every day working people who make those institutions function and who uphold the codes of conduct and ethics required for institutional responsibility and competency in a functioning civilization. Time will tell whether or not they wise up and aid the peoples of the United States, or let Rome burn for the sake of their own power play. The choice remains in their hands.

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An Open Letter to the Person Who Still Uses the "R Word"

Your negative associations are slowly poisoning the true meaning of an incredibly beautiful, exclusive word.
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What do you mean you didn't “mean it like that?" You said it.

People don't say things just for the hell of it. It has one definition. Merriam-Webster defines it as, "To be less advanced in mental, physical or social development than is usual for one's age."

So, when you were “retarded drunk" this past weekend, as you claim, were you diagnosed with a physical or mental disability?

When you called your friend “retarded," did you realize that you were actually falsely labeling them as handicapped?

Don't correct yourself with words like “stupid," “dumb," or “ignorant." when I call you out. Sharpen your vocabulary a little more and broaden your horizons, because I promise you that if people with disabilities could banish that word forever, they would.

Especially when people associate it with drunks, bad decisions, idiotic statements, their enemies and other meaningless issues. Oh trust me, they are way more than that.

I'm not quite sure if you have had your eyes opened as to what a disabled person is capable of, but let me go ahead and lay it out there for you. My best friend has Down Syndrome, and when I tell people that their initial reaction is, “Oh that is so nice of you! You are so selfless to hang out with her."

Well, thanks for the compliment, but she is a person. A living, breathing, normal girl who has feelings, friends, thousands of abilities, knowledge, and compassion out the wazoo.

She listens better than anyone I know, she gets more excited to see me than anyone I know, and she works harder at her hobbies, school, work, and sports than anyone I know. She attends a private school, is a member of the swim team, has won multiple events in the Special Olympics, is in the school choir, and could quite possibly be the most popular girl at her school!

So yes, I would love to take your compliment, but please realize that most people who are labeled as “disabled" are actually more “able" than normal people. I hang out with her because she is one of the people who has so effortlessly taught me simplicity, gratitude, strength, faith, passion, love, genuine happiness and so much more.

Speaking for the people who cannot defend themselves: choose a new word.

The trend has gone out of style, just like smoking cigarettes or not wearing your seat belt. It is poisonous, it is ignorant, and it is low class.

As I explained above, most people with disabilities are actually more capable than a normal human because of their advantageous ways of making peoples' days and unknowingly changing lives. Hang out with a handicapped person, even if it is just for a day. I can one hundred percent guarantee you will bite your tongue next time you go to use the term out of context.

Hopefully you at least think of my friend, who in my book is a hero, a champion and an overcomer. Don't use the “R Word". You are way too good for that. Stand up and correct someone today.

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Trump And Women: We can't make This Shit Up

Accused of sexual misconduct by over 21 women, the President says when accused, you must 'deny, deny, deny'

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It's 2018, and we have a celebrity as the president of the United States. Although he is not the first celebrity president we have had or the first celebrity to run for office- he has been the first celebrity to cause waves in every demographic of the country- specifically women.
Degrading women and the misogynistic tendencies of men have been shoved under the rug for decades, and women have kept their mouth shut. It has been known for years that women are paid less than men, promoted less, and subjected to the extra taxation of essential products (pink tax).
President Trump has been accused by 22 different women (including Ivanka) of sexual assault. The national conversation on sexual misconduct has swept from California to Capitol Hill over the past few months, with campaigns like The Me Too Movement gaining rapid popularity. According to an article on Business Insider, Trump has dismissed all of the allegations — which include ogling, harassment, groping, and rape — as "fabricated" and politically motivated accounts pushed by the media and his political opponents.

If you would like to read some of his prepresidential comments, The Huffington Post has a great article, which you can access here. If you're interested in seeing just how far back his sexism goes (over thirty years, guys) Claire Cohen has compiled a complete list.
In June of 2017, just months after taking office, President Trump released a Tweet responding to the negative criticism of Mika Brzezinski, hosts the popular "Morning Joe" program on MSNBC. Trump responded by saying:

"I heard poorly rated @Morning_Joe speaks badly of me (don't watch anymore). Then how come low I.Q. Crazy Mika, along with Psycho Joe, came to Mar-a-Lago 3 nights in a row around New Year's Eve and insisted on joining me. She was bleeding badly from a face-lift. I said no!"


The following month, Trump made a comment to the First Lady of France about her body while saying goodbyes;

"You know, you're in such good shape," Trump said, before repeating the observation to her husband. "Beautiful," he added.

Social media users have noted that Trogneaux appeared to 'hide' behind Trump's wife, Melania after he made his comments.

The big story of September was the Kavanaugh sexual assault trial, during which Trump held an unhinged press conference. During this conference he spoke about when he was accused of sexual assault, saying the following:

"I've been accused. I've been accused," he said. "I was accused by, I believe it was four women. Check with Sean Hannity, you can check with Fox."

Pardon me, Mr. President, but it was 22 women who accused you, not five.


In October of this year, at a press conference held in the Rose Garden, Trump called upon Cecilia Vega of ABC News. The conversation went as follows;

Trump: "She's shocked that I picked her. She's in a state of shock.
Vega: "I'm not. Thank you, Mr. President."Trump: "That's okay, I know you're not thinking. You never do."
Vega: "I'm sorry?
Trump: "No, go ahead."

Trump's response was not at all out of character, but odd because Vega had not yet asked a question. Trump has a tendency of attacking women based on looks and alluding to their lack of knowledge as a way of exercising his masculinity.


Later that month, the President released a Tweet regarding a lawsuit that he has been battling with the famous porn star, Stormy Daniels:

"Federal Judge throws out Stormy Daniels lawsuit versus Trump. Trump is entitled to full legal fees." @FoxNews Great, now I can go after Horseface and her 3rd rate lawyer in the Great State of Texas. She will confirm the letter she signed! She knows nothing about me, a total con!"

Mr. Trump's verbal assault came as he gloated about a federal judge's decision to dismiss a defamation suit. Trump's lawyers have paid out over 130,000 to Daniels to buy her silence over sex she claims to have has with the president. Regardless, calling a woman "horse face" is unacceptable, irrespective of social status.


Through Trump's misogynistic comments and Tweets, he has lost a significant amount of female voters. Currently, the amount of Trump female supporters is on a rapid decline, which could be troublesome for Republicans this coming November. Naturally, Trump is doing nothing to assist with the problem; in fact, he is doing the opposite. I wonder what will come out of his mouth next.

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