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Friday, August 18, 2017

Heckler's Veto In Charlottesville, Part 5

Leftist agitators - heroes to Democrats, Establishment Republicans, and moderates.

The title of this article really ought to be called: A Look At The Personalities Behind The Left In Charlottesville. Because the Left definitely has a face and a certain kind of spirit. The Left is not simply one big homogeneous zombie mob...are they?

As it was with the last post, let's first look at the people, and then let's take a close look at the stars.

ANTIFA and Black Lives Matter, the "Alt-Left"

Friends, Americans, countrymen, it is not hard to state what these people are. These people are "young, dumb, and full of cum." (These people are destroying society with sodomy acceptance.) They are very, VERY emotional. They can do nothing but think emotionally all of the time. They are creatures of emotion.

In contrast, we on the Right are rational. We think. We consider. We reflect. The Right is capable of dialectic. We are capable of intelligently and objectively talking about topics. The Left is not. The Left is not capable of examining the facts on the ground in a neutral manner.

The Left emotes. The Left reacts. The Left is one big, gigantic knee-jerk reaction. Their decisions are based on what gives them pleasure and what helps them to avoid pain. Their behavior could be likened to the base reaction of microbes in a petri dish that move away from threatening fluids and towards attractive media. They are predictable, uncomplex--and in fact, they are averse to complexity. They are base. The Right works hard to either slow or reverse the Second Law of Thermodynamics, but the Left does all it can to speed it up with their catalysts.

So, the Left in Charlottesville was comprised of young liberals with weapons.  They had bats, bricks, and things.  This is an aggressive crowd that is in stark contrast to the Right who who showed up to the rally wearing defensive gear like helmets, shields, and safety goggles.

The Leftist mob was comprised of Black Lives Matter protesters, who famously chant "death to the cops," and "pigs in a blanket, fry 'em like bacon." Yusra Khogali, co-founder of BLM in Toronto has preached that white people are sub-human with genetic defects. (Is this not a form of racial supremacy--to announce that one race is a genetic defect?!? What hypocrisy!)  Various murders of police officers have been attributed to BLM, and yet, leftist-led corporations refuse to disavow BLM.

The heckler mob was also comprised of Antifa terrorists. These people are responsible for widespread destruction on Donald Trump's Inauguration Day. The riots that Antifa spawn are well-known, from the Trump rallies to the Battle of Berkeley. Elements of their conglomeration appear to be financed by George Soros. In July, an Antifa offshoot called Redneck Revolt, actually put out a training manual on guerrilla warfare, featuring sections on executions and terrorism. (This particular branch of Antifa--Redneck Revolt--boasts of 30 chapters across 20 states, and it prides itself on militant resistance.) Just this week, in an on-going investigation, the Department of Justice has demanded the 1.3 million IP addresses of visitors to the Antifa website that was used to coordinate riots during the January 20th Inauguration.

Other people who comprised the heckler's vote at Charlottesville were the many random individuals who probably arrived on a whim.

There is a rumor going around that some people were getting paid to show up.  An organization called Crowds on Demand was advertising on Craigslist on Monday, August 7th, to hire people for $25 an hour to participate in protest activity:
Are you looking to create a buzz anywhere in the United States? At Crowds on Demand, we provide our clients with protests, rallies, flash-mobs, paparazzi events and other inventive PR stunts. These services are available across the country in every major U.S city, every major U.S metro area and even most smaller cities as well. We provide everything including the people, the materials and even the ideas. You can come to us with a specific plan of action and we can make it happen. OR, you can approach us with a general idea and we can help you plan the strategy then execute it.
We’ve made campaigns involving hundreds of people come to action in just days. We have a proven record of delivering major wins on even the toughest campaigns and delivering phenomenal experiences with even the most logistically challenging events.
Of course, Charlotte, NC is 270 miles south of Charlottesville, VA.  Perhaps it was just nothing.  Although, with knowledge of the fact that these organizations are funded by the likes of George Soros, is it out of the question to consider the idea that some of these people were bussed in?  

Leftist Psy-Ops?  Brennan Gilmore  

Two stars on the ground level of the operation appear (on the face of things) to be a part of some sort of a counterintelligence operation.  

First, let's start off with Brennan Gilmore.  Who is Brennan Gilmore?  Brennan Gilmore is a CIA spook who has previously worked with the State Department to suppress native uprisings in Central Africa.  (Does KONY 2012 ring a bell?)  

Who else is Brennan Gilmore?  Why!  He's a man who happened to be in just the right place at the right time to film the Charlottesville hit and run accident by James Fields.  What a coincidence!  As a matter of fact, he was one of the first people on the scene who had something to say about the tragic neo-Nazi attack:

"Let there be no confusion: this was deliberate terrorism."
-Brennan Gilmore, State Department employee
“The violence and hatred in our society is out of control. We like to think that it’s better than places like Africa and Asia, but it’s not,” said Mr. Gilmore, who worked in Africa as a U.S. State Department foreign service officer before leaving to manage the campaign of Tom Perriello for Virginia governor earlier this year. “I’m worried.”

How convenient that we had a man on the ground with such international experience standing right there in that alleyway with a camera!  Gollee-gee, what timing!  

I'm worried, too, Mr. Gilmore.  I'm concerned about your dubious presence, and also for your coincidental work in the campaign of Tom Perriello.

And who is this Tom Perriello that's running for governor?  Why, he's a man who has received several six-figure checks from outside of Virginia, including $385,000 from George Soros.  He also received a substantial amount of money from George Soros' sons, Alexander and Jonathan.  And Brennan Gilmore--a man who was "on the scene," and who had State Department experience, just happened to also be working for this Perriello.

Makes one wonder if Soros might have had a hand in this Charlottesville affair.

What curious connections.  What strange coincidences.  I urge you all to check out this link HERE to learn more about this mysterious collaboration.  

Leftist Psy-Ops?  Mystery Man in Fields' Car

So, let's take a look at a different man.

Mystery man in James Fields' car

Check out this mystery man.  Look at his profound and dark eyebrows.  Look at his full and thick head of hair.  Look at his sideburns.  Observe his strong jawline.  Look at his wide and determined eyes, and note that he's not wearing any glasses for driving.  Look at the resolved and determined look on his face.

Whoever this man is, he is the one who was photographed driving the Dodge that ran over those people in that alleyway on August 12th. This is an action photo.  It was taken during the crime itself.  Whoever this man is, he is the one who ran over Heather Heyer.

James Fields, accused murderer
Now, let's take a look at another man on the ground.  This man, here on the right side of the screen, is James Fields.  This is the man who is being accused of murder.  This is the man who is in the national spotlight.

Notice his pudgy bitch face.  Look at how he has no sideburns.  Look at those unavoidable glasses.  Surely he wears them all of the time, including for driving.  Look at the resignation in his eyes.  They are not fierce or masculine eyes.  And those eyebrows slant down the way a beaten man's eyebrows stay down with no resolve left in his soul.  And look at how pasty he appears; his complexion looks nothing like the more tanned and brownish man

Rumors on the ground are that there were two cars--two Dodge cars--that were seen after the alleyway killing.  Also, eyewitnesses on the ground are stating that originally, it was a sort of middle eastern or some kind of an ethnic man who stepped out of the car after the crime, and that he was wearing tight pants.  

This implies that the car slaughter was a staged event, and it implies that the actors of the crime were switched out.

I suppose that these facts--Brennan Gilmore's "coincidental" presence, the mystery man in the Dodge, and the latter's physical differences with James Fields--all lead someone like Alex Jones to conclude that Charlottesville was a false flag.

Political Leftist Actors

Let's get to know a bit about the politicians involved in Charlottesville.


Off the bat, I'd like to name two leftists who happen to be Republicans.  John McCain and Mitt Romney.  These two un-conservative snakes have stated that the Right in Charlottesville is completely wrong, and they refuse to call out the leftist violence.  They argue that one side (the Right) is racist, and that the other sie (the leftists) oppose racism and bigotry, and that they stand up and defy hate.  These two have a lot to gain by putting the Left up on a pedastal and demonizing Donald Trump--their political enemy.  Both "moderate Republicans" are a part of the Establishment, and they think quite little of common American people.

Terry McAuliffe

This two-faced governor--who clearly has sabotaged the Unite the Right rally with his state police--just two years ago said the following about Confederate statues in Virginia:
"These are all parts of our heritage. And the people that were in that battle, the Civil War, many of them were in it obviously for their own reasons that they had for that. But leave the statues and those things alone."
Today, the governor of Virginia has something different to say about Confederate statues: 
"The recent events in Charlottesville demonstrate that monuments celebrating the leadership of the Confederacy have become flashpoints for hatred, division, and violence.  Monuments should serve as unifiers, to inspire us collectively and venerate our greatest citizens."
What a 180.  And now?  Clinton-friend and virulent leftist Terry McAuliffe has decided that it's time to take "the statues and those things" down.  

Charlottesville Vice-Mayor Wes Bellamy

It's fun to hear the Left and the moderate knee-jerkers ramble on and on about how the Right in Charlottesville is a gaggle of race supremacists who are filled with hate.  Apparently they've never read the following tweets from Bellamy:
- Lol funniest thing about being down south is seeing little white men and the look on their faces when they have to loop up to you
- So sad seeing these beanpole body white women in these sundresses smh...
- In honor of@MsWineFine niggaz gotta do it.  #liesfemalestell 'I can count on 1 hand all the niggaz I had sex wit'>yeah x3 lyin cunt
- This nigga just said he don't have 2work as long as its white women walkin the Earth.  Lmaaaaaaaaooooo.  That's some VA shit.  
- Lol people in here calling Thomas Jefferson a White Supremacist...making a lot of valid points proving the accusation.  Interesting...
- I really #hate how almost 80% of hte black people here talk white...#petpeeve.  #itstheniggainme. #dontjudgeme
- Word...RT @ TAXSTONE: Eat it while she sleep if she moan it aint rape
- I hate seeing White people in Orangeburg #tho
That's a hell of a vice-mayor.  I'm sure Charlottesville is proud of him.  Read more about him HERE.


There is no end to the number of reasons the Left and their moderate slaves would have to demonize, set up, and capitalize on a contrived tragedy.  There is no reason to doubt that Soros might fund some kind of operation like setting up a death that could be pinned on the American Right.  Blaming the Right for racism helps to mask the Left's own racism.  And, most of all, it makes the Left feel good and righteous to demonize their enemies in such a way.  

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Heckler's Veto In Charlottesville, Part 4

The title of this article really should read: The Actors at Charlottesville.  After all, there were many roles being played that day on August 12th.  But this post is part of a series, I suppose, and I'm trying to be consistent with my titles.

There were many people running that rally and invited to that rally who were questionable.  These were supposed to be people on the Right.  But were they serving any good purpose at all?  Let's first take a look at the foot soldiers.  Then, let's take a look at the captains.

The Fake-Right

Childless cat lady flips off pudgy cosplay
actor who lives in a fairy tale.
To start with, why in the hell are grown men dressing in Nazi regalia?  This rally was a protest against the removal of Confederate historical statues.

Perhaps Confederate flags alone would have been appropriate.  But if men dressed in Confederate military uniforms showed up, that would also have been stupid.

Vox Day regards these fools as children, and he is right.  They are nothing more than grown men dressing up in costumes and pretending to be serious.  But, in reality, no one takes them seriously.

Sure, on paper these LARPers have First Amendment rights that should enable them to publicly say what they want.  Yet any sane person would realize this is not something one ought to do.  The neo-Nazis have been playing the same game for decades.  But no matter how legally justified they are, and no matter how long they keep doing this, the neo-Nazis will never be accepted.  They only do harm to the Right.

Oblivious and lacking situational awareness.
As Day likes to cynically joke, this stubborn and persistent attempt by these retards to make neo-Nazism acceptable is the equivalent of trying to popularize silk stockings, powdered wigs, and tri-cornered colonial hats.  It is futile, contemptuous, and overall harmful to any kind of serious political outcome.

Ultimately, this cosplay demonstrates that these people simply are not serious about making any gains in any cause.  They want to goof off and trigger the Left.  But, as Roosh puts it, the seal of death has been broken.  And when observing the radicals of the Left, we can see that the latter is not playing at all.  The good-ol cosplay Neo-Nazis are outmatched.

Fake Right Leaders

The Unite the Right rally was organized by a person named Jason Kessler.  Who is Kessler?  Though today Kessler is a leader for "uniting the right," only a year ago he was a supporter of President Obama and the Occupy Wall Street movement.  Once Donald Trump won the presidency, however, Kessler had a magical transformation and suddenly became right-wing.  

This newcomer was being followed and taken seriously in organizing an obviously dangerous event full of potential traps.  Unprepared, Kessler led the Alt-Right into a trap.  Now, thanks to him, on a national level, the latter shall be associated with white supremacy for the foreseeable future.

Brian Kessler, demonstrating leadership.
Can Kessler honestly be considered to be a right wing person at all?  Is it unreasonable to speculate that at best he's a fool who was out to stoke his own ego?  Is it out of bounds to speculate that Kessler might even be some sort of a movement infiltrator?

But another figure--more well-known--is Richard Spencer.  This man was ridiculed this week on Davis Aurini's podcast.  This leftist socialist, who is certainly more left wing than I am, has coasted from one public relations disaster after another.  His website is called altright.com.  Yet, it seems that it is more likely that Spencer has actually hijacked the Alt-Right movement and bastardized it, stigmatizing it with his follies.

Of Spencer, Roosh has said the following:
The reaction of the biggest alt right leader, Richard Spencer, tells me that he was neither prepared nor qualified to deal with the events in Charlottesville.  His post-mortem podcast was painful to listen to--he joked around and complained endlessly about it being a "set-up."  [I agree with Spencer that it was.]  If I didn't study properly for an exam, I'd think the teacher set me up, too, upon realizing I don't have any of the answers.  
Would you show up to a rally next month if led by a man who is jovial a day after one of his associates was blinded by a chemical?  His actions after the Charlottesville debacle make me question his leadership, and while he may be sincere and gutsy, that's not enough to prevent injuries and deaths getting racked up on your scorecard.  To his credit, he did tighten up in his press conference, but he needs to do some serious soul-searching on whether he's the man who can continue as a leader for his followers.
Richard Spencer, running for his
life again after failing to grasp
his situation.
Spencer is flippant and reckless.  He's an idiot, and I halfway believe he is a plant.  It is a known fact that government intelligence agencies have infiltrated white identity organizations in the past.  With Spencer, it's possible that we have a man who has infiltrated the Alt-Right movement as a white identitarian with hopes of destroying it from within.  After all, America was subverted by the infiltration of Obama into the presidency, and the Catholic Church has been subverted by Pope Francis, whose very papacy appears dubious to many.

Just look at Spencer's website.  This week is the first week after the Charlottesville debacle.  While violent leftists are vandalizing and ripping down historical statues, they are raising the banners of their radical organizations on government property with the approval of government officials.  John McCain and Mitt Romney have come out openly cheering the out-of-control leftists who were violently attacking the peaceful rally attendees.  And what is on Richard Spencer's website?  Just look at the titles:  "Katie McHugh, I accept your Latest Shit Test and Claim Your Journalistic Ass," and "Physical Strength Differences Between the Sexes."  For crying out loud, Spencer...the guy known as Baked Alaska may be permanently blinded, and your whole operation was set up for complete failure.  How in the hell can you allow the writers of your website to be this cheerful and snarky in light of recent events?


These guys didn't know what in the hell they were doing.  They were all taken in complete surprise.  Before the Unite the Right rally, some folks over at Red Ice were speculating that this event in Charlottesville would turn out to be a successful version of Gettysburg.  I find that amusing, because the Right's defeat in Charlottesville is the opposite.  Charlottesville's outcome adheres to the reality of the Confederate loss at Gettysburg.

I agree with Roosh's summation:
An important question is what to do next. Rallies and other public events should be crossed off the list unless you’re prepared to run them like a counter-terrorist operation, which is how I was able to pull off my Canadian lectures. It makes absolutely no sense to announce the time and place of your meeting for the main benefit of appearing in fake news, all to be ambushed by antifa who have nothing to lose through their felonious violence.
Before you associate with any dissident leader, ask yourself if he will get you maimed or impoverished through his incompetence, unpreparedness, or stupidity. Are you following a leader with an ego or an ego who doesn’t know how to lead? Since we’re still about 2-4 years away from violence that will make Charlottesville look like nothing, you still have time to decide the best way to proceed for you and your country.
People on the Right have been duped by Richard Spenser and the "newly-converted" Brian Kessler.  Stop trusting them.  They've hijacked you.  

As I've stated before, white nationalism will kill the Alt-Right.  White nationalism is being translated in major media as white supremacy--which is a completely different matter altogether, as I've discussed earlier this week.  However, this current generation of the Right is hell-bent on pursuing this pet project of theirs, so we'll get to face those consequences soon enough thanks to them.  This is the battle they've picked, and this is the hill they've decided to die on.  

I'd rather suffer in a fight to restore Catholic monarchy, but these guys seem to be more interested in restoring Aryan national socialism for whatever reason.  The damage is done.

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Heckler's Veto in Charlottesville, Part 3

I will repeat: what happened in Charlottesville was a complex situation between two complex groups.

A look at the tactical maneuvers on the ground on that day will demonstrate to anyone that the rally was a baited setup.  The governor of Virginia and his compliant state officers have demonstrated their betrayal of citizens and a disregard for law and order.  In fact, this fiasco was a devious plot of lawlessness and disorder.

Richard Spencer getting shoved into the riotous mobs of the Left by state police.

As I have said, the "Unite the Right" rally was allowed to legally have their rally in Emancipation Park.  They were fought in court, but Unite the Right had won their case shortly before the rally was scheduled.  The rally was green lit by a federal judge in court.  Time was invested.  Legal fees were paid.  Months of effort had gone into the rally.

In Richard Spencer's follow-up podcast on the Charlottesville rally riot, he discusses how a great amount of time--over six months--had been spent coordinating with the police of how the rally should go.  Everything, it was assumed, would go smoothly.  There was supposed to be police escorts to the park.  There was supposed to be barricades up to two blocks around the park.  

None of these plans came to fruition.

The title of Richard Spenser's podcast is called: "Charlottesville Was A Total Setup."  And it most certainly was.  They were planning for a peaceful rally.  It appears that no one on the Right brought bats, pipes, bottles filled with piss or concrete, flamethrower gadgets, or bricks.  The Left brought those.

Many on the Right, however, were carrying shields, were adorned in helmets, goggles (to protect against the Left's poisons), and facemasks.  Some may have brought sticks to fight with--but by all appearances, the Right had arrived prepared for a defensive battle that would defend a position.

The Right was following all of the rules.  But the police who were present were snickering behind their backs, according to Spencer.

Recall how in Lord of the Flies, even though "Piggy" and
some other boys tried to organize like they were supposed to,
the bad kids ended up killing "Piggy" and going after the
good kids still alive and remaining on the island.  

The rally was not just a total setup. It was a scheme.  It was a bait that drew out the worst elements of people, enabling the Left to demonize the Right with impunity, now that people have died.  

Regardless of the peaceful intent of the alt right protest, I believe this was a catastrophe that has given the establishment key momentum to marginalize and harm dissidents whose ideology is not based solely on white nationalism.
So what happened specifically?  


Observe the image below.  You will see that the Unite the Right speakers had their place in the center of the park.  And you will see that there were police behind them to the north, and on each side of them to the east and west.  However, you will NOT see the police guarding the perimeter of the park to the south.  And bear in mind that there were no police escorts or barricades up to two blocks around the park.  

So what was to the south of the park?  Oodles and oodles of violent Leftists.  

So that morning, the rally seemed to be going as rallies go.  There was lots of shouting and mace, to be sure.  But nothing was out of hand just yet.  Antifa and Black Lives Matter Leftists were in the streets breaking things and causing commotion as smelly liberals do.  

Suddenly, before the event could even begin at around 10am, a state of emergency was called.  This state of emergency was for no reason.  Yet after this point, there really was an emergency.  Only, this emergency was caused by the agents of the Virginian governor state police.  

Now, look again at that map above.  By the time the state of emergency was called, the police actually began to push the rightwingers into the street in the south.  The police, with their riot gear and their shields, pushed against all of the right wingers--as if on cue--kicking the Right in the shins if they dared to push up against the shields.  

Richard Spencer was included in the group that was being pushed into the street.  He is a known icon.  And, for sure, had he been successfully pushed in to the fray of liberals, he would be killed, and his death would have been on the hands of the state police of Virginia, to say nothing of the governor, mayor, and the other racist anti-white political lackeys.  

There was a riot going on in the streets.  All of the aggression was coming from the Left.  And the police were pushing the rightwingers straight into the fray of it.  Reports tell of how guilt was on the faces of most of the police that day.    

A Sacrifice To The God Of The Left

Heather Heyer left her house that day to be sacrificed on the altar of the Left.  Unbeknownst to her, she would be the lucky/unlucky sacrificial lamb to be slaughtered for the Left's cause during the early afternoon of August 12th.  A blood offering had to be made in order to jump-start the Left's demonization of the Right.  That's how the demonic works, after all.      
Amidst the turmoil, the fighting, the knock-down fights, the acid thrown in people's eyes, the bats and the bricks all thrown by the Left, a young idiot from Ohio was in his car and driving away from the rally.  Unfortunately for him, the streets were crowded with the Left, who was tearing up cars and battering windshields.  

Suddenly, some Leftists started hitting his car with bats.  Naturally, the dull-witted lad freaked out, jumped the gun, and put the pedal to the metal.  Blood was shed, and the Left had finally gotten what they wanted: blood spilled by the Right which the Left could use to demonize them publicly.  
This is not the first time someone has run over and killed protesters blocking the road. In previous cases, the drivers were found not guilty of any wrongdoing. No doubt the video of masked antifas smashing the car with metal bars is going to go a long way towards exculpating the killer driver.
-Vox Day, Antifa = Alt-Left
Clearly provoked, Fields gunned the engines and ended up killing someone.

Provocation is what this has all been about since before Trump was elected.  The Left has been trying to provoke the Right into a trap since day one.  On August 12, Clinton friend and Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe patted himself on the back for the outcome, and took FULL political advantage of the situation.  

"I'll tell you this: You only made us stronger," McAuliffe said, referring to the white supremacists."You go home, you stay out of here, because we are a commonwealth that stays together."

Unexplained Curiosities

There are two questions I have after looking at the action on the ground.  

#1  I have heard some strange stories about that alleyway that Fields was driving down.  I've heard things such as peculiar people involved in the accident, cameramen who seemed completely calm and even seemingly stationed in place.  

So I must ask: Is it out of the realm of possibility that there have been agent provocateurs involved in this fiasco?  And who is this Brennan Gilmore I've heard about?  This Leftist activist also happens to have been a CIA spook who ran Special Ops to suppress central African uprisings...and he was right there in the alleyway filming the car crash of James Fields.  

#2  Next question: How in the hell did that helicopter come down, killing two cops?  What was that all about?  How was that even possible?  

I highly doubt that anyone was carrying shoulder rockets.  The crash happened at about 5pm, long after the rally was declared a state of emergency.  According to resident Robby E. Noll, the helicopter was in mid-air, was sputtering, and parts were coming off of it as it fell out of the sky.  What was that all about?  


The fix was in.  Already, in hindsight we have seen government collusion in this disaster.  Who knows how deeply this entire day was rigged?  There's simply no telling.  How people on the Right can continue to hold these fruitless and idiotic events without any kind of foreknowledge, preparation, or battle planning eludes me.  

The Left is vicious and immoral.  Is it truly that difficult to figure out?  How long will the Right remain naive?  More on that tomorrow.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Heckler's Veto in Charlottesville, Part 2

The following is a comment on this blog from yesterday's post about the events in Charlottesville:
I'm still trying to figure out the connection between the Alt-right and violence.
Well, good sir, there no connection whatsoever between the Alt-Right and violence.  There IS, however, plenty of connections between the Left and violence.

This little racist is Jay Versace, who, after
Charlottesville, boasted of wanting to burn down white neighborhoods.

The Left tolerates this.
We're Well Into A Stage Of Escalated Violence...From the Left And Its Government Pawn

The Right had attained legal permits to hold their rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.  The Antifa and Black Lives Matter counter protesters did not have permits at all.  They were the ones throwing acid into the eyes of right-wingers and possibly blinding them.  They were the ones who were carrying blowtorches, trying to burn and harm their enemies, throwing rocks and garbage, tackling and hitting the lawfully assembled people on the Right.

The Left is allowed many
weapons to attack the Right.
Furthermore the police were called off in order to allow the violence to spiral out of control.  The violence was allowed to spiral out of control because then the violence could be blamed on the Right.  And when there were police in riotgear present, they were actually shoving the right-wing guests into the Leftist mob with their shields.  

As we have seen in headlines across the country, the biggest violent act being reported is the attack of James Fields, who drove his car over a crowd of people.  

Though Fields was indeed guilty of manslaughter, it would not have happened if it were not provoked by a raging, uncontrolled mob.  Had the police force been ordered to protect citizens, this tragedy may have been averted.  

Violence from the Left is completely tolerated and celebrated openly and publicly.  But should any pawn on the Right step out of line even once, then it's a national outrage.  

Do I need to remind you about the incessant violent acts against Trump supporters during the presidential campaign?  

Remember Congressman Steve Scalise, who was shot during baseball practice earlier this year?  He was a good man who was actually working to fight pedophilia.  

Does the Leftist insanity of Berkeley's liberal riot ring a bell?  That was an incident where a raging mob of Leftists attacked right-wingers because Milo Yanannopolis attempted to hold a college lecture.

The Left, the media, and the police will not allow the Right to have peaceful rallies.  They will not allow the Right to have public access to open discussion.  The Left will physically fight the Right with brownshirt tactics in order to prevent them from uttering a single peep.  The Left has no qualms--no moral issues whatsoever--with the double standard they set up for the Right.  The Left has no interest at all in letting the Right win.  

You can be on the Right, you can try to have your clubs and build your cathedrals, but the Left will come along and kick down your sandcastle.  If you are Right in this country, you will not be allowed to be open about it without a fight.  You are going to get hurt.  Be aware of that.  

Sure, it was a horrible thing that some young, aspie, LARPING, Fake-Right moron drove in from Ohio, felt cornered, and ran over a bunch of people.  And now, the Left will tie this tragedy around the neck of the Right.  

If you are a moderate who thinks the Left can be won over with polite discussion, then you are utterly lost at this point.  

Monday, August 14, 2017

Heckler's Veto in Charlottesville, Part 1

Yesterday I mentioned the notion of white nationalism.  I believe white nationalism will kill the Alt-Right.  I could be wrong, but for now I think that's an objective fact.  That being said, the Alt-Right is not white nationalism, and we ought not back away from the Alt-Right.  We should embrace it.  The Left is attempting to diminish the reputation of the Alt-Right with their usual hypocrisy, and what they are doing with Charlottesville is a perfect example.

The Left is gleefully tearing down statues.  Not this statue, of course.
Meanwhile, the Right is trapped in a tyranny of polite fictions.
"It Was A Bunch of White Supremacists"

For starters, I am completely unsurprised at the Left's interpretation of what happened in Charlottesville.  I was immediately alerted to the events in that town by a leftist colleague of mine who swiftly sent me a half dozen articles about the episode.  Right out of the door, publications like Slate are labeling the "Unite the Right" rally as a gathering of white supremacists.

The following is from Slate's article, There Is Only One Story to The Story of Charlottesville:
[I]t is probably easiest to just start referring to this entire coalition as the modern KKK. Yes, they are fascists and white supremacists, “alt-right” and actual KKK.
What a pretentious title for an article!  It is an obvious attempt to control the narrative.  

White nationalism is not white supremacy.  #1 White nationalism is the argument that a nation should be governed and led by whites.  #2 White supremacy is an argument that whites are superior to other races.  

Even if the Alt-Right was strictly white nationalist (it's not), even then the Alt-Right would not be white supremacist.  In fact, that'd violate Rule #15 of the agreed upon 16 Points:
The Alt Right does not believe in the general supremacy of any race, nation, people, or sub-species. Every race, nation, people, and human sub-species has its own unique strengths and weaknesses, and possesses the sovereign right to dwell unmolested in the native culture it prefers.
White nationalism is the same ethnocentrism that liberals argue for when they demand that a mixed mud people be the eventual inheritors of the United States.  The Left is not white nationalist--they are instead "brown" nationalist.  The Left's fantasy is that America be mixed up, and all of the different phenotypes are put into a pot and boiled together.  It is an ironic and complete disrespect for diversity.

"Whites Don't Deserve Grievances!"

Professor Carol Swain, author of The New White Nationalism In America, spoke on Fox News' Judge Jeanine yesterday on this event.  Going into the detail of what she has termed "new" white nationalism phenomenon, she states that:
I call it "new" to distinguish it from white supremacy, because the people who were being involved were more intellectual, they were not espousing racial violence or using epithets, but they had grievances.  They were upset about multiculturalism and affirmative action.  They felt that white people's rights were being trampled and that there was no one speaking up and listening to their grievances.
And so at the time when they were really stressing the racial double standards, I saw the potential for the argument to resonate among young people.  So my book was written with a warning.  I saw conditions converging that I knew the movement would grow unless we started addressing the issues.  
 She also confirms that the rise of the Alt-Right is not the rise of white supremacists, and she confirms that "white nationalist" and "white supremacist" are terms used to encompass everyone on the Alt-Right.

The Left is wrong about so much.  And, of course, they cannot be argued with, nor should you try to debate them at this point.  

The real accounts of what happened in Charlottesville are out there.  I doubt that anyone on the Left--nor any of the moderates who cut their wrists for credibility with them--will avail themselves of the objective facts.  

Look forward to more polarization.  


Sunday, August 13, 2017

Alt-Right Discussions At The Remnant Newspaper

The events that transpired in Charlottesville, Virginia are more complicated than the mainstream media is willing to go into. For mainstream news outlets, it was a simple matter of white supremacists going to a rally somewhere to rattle on with their racity racist rhetoric.

However, the reality is that what occurred at this past weekend's "Unite the Right" rally was the headbutting of two complex oppositional parties. And one of these parties--the Leftist Antifa radicals--are fully supported by the Leftist figureheads that control the government and police of Virginia.

So perhaps today it might help to revisit what, exactly, the Alt-Right actually is. Ironically enough, this topic came up over at the Remnant last week in an article discussing Richard Spencer, titled Richard Spencer: The Dark Knight of the Alt Right, a Guide for Catholics.

In this article, written by Dr. Jesse Russell, he explores Richard Spencer through the lens of recent critical statements by the Southern Baptist Convention. Spencer's irreligiosity is exposed, and his "Neopagan racialist" flavor seemed to be upheld as the standard for what the Alt-Right represented.

But my readers here at The Hirsch Files will be familiar with my frequent explanations that the Alt-Right cannot be boxed into a category of being either Neopagan or purely racialist. And, of course, this came out in The Remnant's com box.

While Dr. Russell has shown that he agrees with me about the distinctions within the complex nature of the Alt-Right, we both acknowledge the Southern Baptist Convention's mistaken notion of it.

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Laramie Hirsch: I think the author misunderstands what the Alt-Right is. The idea of the Intellectual Alternative Right is a concept thought of after the re-election of Barack Obama. It is an alternative to the moderate-sell-out brand that McCain embodies. Furthermore, the term "Alt-Right" is a taxonomic designation, encompassing the racists, sure. However, this umbrella term also encompasses traditionalists and even monarchists. Spenser's ethnocentric brand is just one flavor in this group on the right side of the political spectrum.

Asbury Fox: However, the Alt-Right is a secular movement and traditionalist Catholics are not

Remnant Moderator: As the author notes, that the designation is not at all well-defined anymore, and his point Is to warn against the alt-right as it's now generally defined in the wake of the last presidential election.

Laramie Hirsch: I understand. I truly do. I do not know if Dr. Russell participates in the comments section, but I would like to gently suggest that his and your disagreement is actually with an ethnocentric faction called the Alt-White. The Alternative Intellectual Right is simply a current that stems from an idea that paleoconservative political philosopher named Paul Gottfried said in 2008:

"We are part of an attempt to put together an independent intellectual Right, one that exists without movement establishment funding and one that our opponents would be delighted not to have to deal with. Our group is also full of young thinkers and activists, and if there is to be an independent Right, our group will have to become its leaders."

Remnant Moderator: You might be right---before Hillary Clinton panned it, I had never even heard of it. But if you are correct, then I would suggest that the alt right has done a pretty poor job defending itself. She was able to pin neo-Nazi, Ku Klux Klan, racist onto the Alt Right
in one speech, and now this Spencer character seems to be confirming her caricature . I'd say it's time to come up with a new name for whatever legitimate aspect there is to this thing

Jesse Russell: Hello LH, I agree with your assessment, but I used the term Alt Right because Spencer uses the term himself to identify his movement, and the Southern Baptists were clearly thinking of Spencer when they condemned the Alt Right.

Laramie Hirsch: Yes, that he does. Spencer really tries to market his brand when he can. He obviously wants to corner the market by claiming a trend.

It's unfortunate the Southern Baptists were also unable to make the distinctions I'm pointing out. But most people, particularly the critics, don't understand what the Intellectual Alternative Right is. So, the Left and the moderates who unwittingly support them (like the S. Baptists) will develop only a knee-jerk emotional response to the phenomenon. But seeing as how one characteristic among those on the Alt-Right is "I don't care what you call me anymore," I imagine the movement will not only continue, but even grow to attract more disaffected people on the Right.

Andrej: The Dailystormer, which is basically the de facto altright news website, has more than 4 million unique readers per month.

I know for a fact that SSPX members post on the forums there. So yeah, people are hearing about it. There a plenty of serious Christians in the alt right, there are plenty of people who were raised without religion in it too (such as Scandinavians). It is basically just a traditionalist movement, with many of the people looking back as far as the 13th Century Europe for political inspiration (or even to antiquity).

I agree it has no traction with the older generation and it won't matter. It looks like the future to me.

Jesse Russell: I think the problem with the Daily Stormer, which obviously is alluding to Germanic paganism and National Socialism with its title, is that its metaphysical assumptions are fundamentally pagan. A Christian is obligated to be patriotic and exercise loyalty to his or her kin first in the order of charity. However, the problem with Spencer's Alt Right and the Stormer is that there philosophical principles are contrary to that of Christianity. Also, there is a strong tendency at the Stormer to deride other races and to promote a genuine hatred.

Laramie Hirsch: The Dailystormer is not the de facto Alt-Right source. Myself, I've been with this Alt-Right movement since the beginning as the term was being coined. There is no central mother brain or leadership.

I would argue that the earliest popularizer of this phenomenon has been Vox Day at his blog Vox Popoli. He's not Catholic, but I've been reading his material since his early columnist years at World Net Daily.

I wrote the foreword to his book Innocence and Intellect 2001-2005.

Other Alt-Right sources for news analysis have included Ramzpaul, Davis Aurini, Matt Forney, Roosh V, and plenty of others. Most of them deny being Alt-Right--but they fall into the categorization because the term "Alternative Right" serves a taxonomic purpose.

But yes, folks at the Daily Stormer also fall under the Alt-Right umbrella, though they've been nicknamed Alt-White since mid-2016. And folks like me who are not ethnocentric white Americans would be pejoratively nicknamed the Alt-Light.

Andrej: Yeah it is only 'de facto ' because it's readership is so much larger than the others. There is no leadership.

Laramie Hirsch: Yes, I do not like the fact that these kinds of semantic clarifications must arise. But that being said, the Left is EXPERT at hijacking reputations, recategorizing groups, and demonizing decent people. And using reason against their hateful tide is fruitless. Dialectic does not get through to either the Left or the moderates who end up inadvertently supporting them. The only thing that seems to have any influence in altering their direction is emotion generated from rhetoric. And that, I think, is what the Right has figured out.

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Truth be told, most of the population desires to feel, emote, and react swiftly and without thinking. For this reason, no amount of patient reasoning or dialectic will get through to those who seek to be "moderates." They will quickly sell out against their own interests, even joyfully accepting noble defeat, never having realized there was a better way to politically survive.

As for the incidents of Charlottesville, Virginia, my guess is that the national mood will turn against everyone on the Right after this, and moderates will be emboldened to betray right-wing principles and figureheads in the hopes of gaining credibility from their enemies on the Left.  

Now, this is in stark contrast to Matt Forney, who states (HERE) that "the riot may turn out to be a major propaganda win for the alt right."  I beg to differ, however.  Courting white nationalism in the United States is something that seems rather imprudent.  As I've said before (HERE), I think that the white nationalism movement will kill what we recognize as the Alt-Right.  

Oligarchs in both the Revolution as well as the Civil War have demonstrated an adept skill at harnessing the "heckler's veto," as Forney stated it.  America was born and raised on tar and feathering political enemies that oligarchs do not want to hear.  It therefore befuddles me how white nationalists on the Right think they can get away with peacefully discussing their ideas in public without molestation from the Left and the Leftists' compliant, bought-and-paid-for police forces.  

The idea of creating a white ethnostate out of the U.S. is an absurd notion that simply will not be tolerated.  Advocating for white identity--or even arguing for segregation--is one thing; I have no problem with either.  Whites have a right to exist, and "The Alt-Right believes we must secure the existence of white people and a future for white children." That's fine. But arguing for white nationalism is another thing altogether. It's like adding a catalyst to a batch of chemicals to start a volatile reaction.  Probably not prudent in these troubled times of ours.  

I could be wrong--I've been wrong before--but I do not think that white nationalism is something that Americans will ever get behind.  

Friday, August 11, 2017

The 2017 "Let Them Be For Signs" Series

I've decided to make this year's ongoing astronomical discussion an official series.  So, for your convenience, links to articles on this year's various and seemingly astronomical signs are provided below in one spot.

6/7/16 For Those Who Disregard Prophecy

11/22/16 Checking In: Okie Trad Called It (I mention the correlation of a meteor and earthquake)

8/8/17  Nibiru!!!

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Throwing Cold Water On Astronomical "Signs"

I was informed by a relative today that there was, apparently, a lunar eclipse yesterday.  She was confirmed when I checked the news to see that, lo and behold, the Eastern Hemisphere of the Earth was indeed treated to this solar spectacle.  And then, to think, we get to witness the Perseid Meteor Shower later this Saturday.

What an amazing and eventful astronomical month this has been.  And what a year.  In fact, I think that the only astronomical event that would amaze me even more would be the supernova of Betelgeuse, there in the armpit of Orion.  I cannot imagine what it would be like to have two suns in the sky for a period of months (if calculations are correct).  

When Betelgeuse explodes, it will be brighter than the moon, and visible during the day.
This event could happen tomorrow, or 1000 years from now.  A neutrino flood will alert us
to the star's intense destruction.  But it's explosion is imminent in astronomical terms.  

Yet if this is truly a time for God-sent astronomical signs in the sky--signs and wonders in the Heavens--then perhaps it would not be a total surprise to see the Betelgeuse supernova.

However, I'd like to finish this week's series of astronomy articles with a bit of sobriety.  Namely, I'd like to take down any unreasonable expectations of this upcoming total solar eclipse.  I've built up how awe-inspiring and coincidental the event is to many religious phenomena.  I demonstrated yesterday that, in these matters, I will draw a line on fads that go too far for my taste.

So, now for the sake of balance, let's consider the possibility that this upcoming eclipse is not a supernatural event.  After all, total solar eclipses have occurred in the United States before. 

The Solar Eclipse of 1979

The last time a total solar eclipse traversed the North American continent--but not the contiguous United States--was February 26, 1979.

I honestly can't think of anything significant that may have happened to the United States in 1979 other than the Iranian hostage crisis. I mean, it was an important moment in American history to be sure. However, did such an event honestly merit a total solar eclipse?

Are there any other significant events for the U.S. that year? Should we include the visit of Pope John Paul II--the pope who was born and died from the labor of the sun? Yet his visit was in the beginning of October, while the 1979 eclipse occurred on February 26th.

Does the 1979 introduction of the Happy Meal count?

And to be even more honest, that eclipse really didn't pass over the United States in a total and complete way. Instead, the 1979 eclipse passed across Canada. So, should we look at the 1979 eclipse as Canada's solar eclipse? And what happened in Canada in 1979? Anything "biblical," notable, or ominous?

I suppose we should consider the victory of Progressive Conservative Joe Clark, who beat the Trudeau Liberals and became the youngest Prime Minister of Canada, ending 16 years of Liberal rule. His office was brief, however, and it would only be a few years later that Canada would transfer the country's highest law, the British North America Act to Canada's oligarchical political structure. This latter effort was spearheaded by Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, who previously stated that he was not going to seek office again after his prior defeat.

Should we consider the events surrounding Prime Minister Joe Clark's brief stint in office to be a major cultural shift for Canada, marking the beginning of a destructive era of Leftism? Does that merit an eclipse?

The Solar Eclipse of 1918

Perhaps this eclipse deserves a little more attention.  This total solar eclipse actually went across the contiguous United States.

But what happened in 1918?  

There was the Spanish Flu outbreak.  Okay, that's sort of big.  Stanford states that it infected 500 million people worldwide, and that it killed between 20 and 40 million people, and it's considered the most devastating epidemic in world history.  (Other sources, such as Wikipedia Infogalactic cite the death total at between 50 and 100 million people.)  

The Spanish Flu killed more people than even World War I, which actually ended in 1918.  So, if the world hadn't had enough of death and mortality from The Great War, it would get more than double its share with the Spanish Flu:
"The 1918 has gone: a year momentous as the termination of the most cruel war in the annals of the human race; a year which marked, the end at least for a time, of man's destruction of man; unfortunately a year in which developed a most fatal infectious disease causing the death of hundreds of thousands of human beings. Medical science for four and one-half years devoted itself to putting men on the firing line and keeping them there. Now it must turn with its whole might to combating the greatest enemy of all--infectious disease"
-From the Journal of the American Medical Association, December 28, 1918
Of the U.S. soldiers who died in WWI, half of those deaths were from the Spanish Flu.  A quarter of Americans became infected with this virus, including President Woodrow Wilson.  The average lifespan in the U.S. decreased by 10 years.  

This was a big deal.  Perhaps America's 1918 total solar eclipse could have been viewed as an omen for the end of the Great War, but a new punishment in the form of a plague.  

The Solar Eclipse of 1776

How fortuitous!  A total solar eclipse that touched North America in the year of the founding of the United States!

Not so fast, though.  This total solar eclipse actually spanned itself across Mexico.  Mexico City, in fact.  Furthermore, it occurred on November 30, 1776.  So the Declaration of Independence had been signed for almost four months.  Maybe this one's not all about you, U.S.A..

So, a total solar eclipse that touches Mexico City ought to be considered a big deal, right?  Was there anything tectonically massive happening in Mexico at around this time in history?

Well, the Commandancy and Captaincy General of the Internal Provinces was established in New Spain.  

What was this?  

Basically, the northern part of New Spain (extending up into what is now the Southwest portion of the United States) was a war zone.  Spanish settlements, ranchos, haciendas, and missions were besieged by hostile Native Americans tribes. If you were to travel across this place, you would require an escort from a local militia unit. Often times, military campaigns had to be carried out against marauding clans.  This wild land was far from the centers of power in Mexico City--and certainly Spain, so there was a great amount of corruption here.

So a new district had to be formed to deal with the constant fighting.  The Crown of Spain agreed to provide more autonomy to this region.  It was believed that a unified government in political, military and fiscal affairs would "invigorate economic and population growth in the region to stave off encroachment on the region by foreign powers."  

Unfortunately, that "encroachment on the region by foreign powers" would take place by the very foreign power that coalesced that same year, the United States.  

However, we must now ask a question: like Canada's 1979 eclipse, was this Spanish/Mexican Government administrative restructuring worthy of an eclipse?  


Is the Canadian election of Progressive Conservative Joe Clark and the administrative restructuring of a Spanish province worthy of being punctuated and remembered with a total solar eclipse as its omen?  

L'eclipse, by Félix Bracquemond
Perhaps massive spontaneous illness and death following an unforgettable world war is worthy of a signature by the moon's shadow.  Perhaps in 1918, the United States deserved to be autographed by the moon from sea to shining sea.  

Yet, if we're going to consider the eclipse of 1918 and 2017 to be momentous occasions and omens, then we certainly cannot discount those other two eclipses that traversed the northern and southern portions of North America--Canada and Mexico, respectively.  

Is the United States the only nation, then, fit to have bigger-than-life eclipses marking bigger-than-life historical events?  I suppose that would fit our national character.  

But I must admit, when considering the previous three eclipse events of 1776, 1918, and 1979, I must take pause and reconsider my bombastic speculations about this year's astronomical extravaganza.

It would not be unexpected for someone to accuse me of superstition.  I grant that.  

Tuesday, August 8, 2017


Okay, fine.  I will cover Nibiru.

Astronomy is one of the things I enjoy keeping up with.  But I have kept my distance from the Nibiru phenomenon.  I simply don't buy into it.  I'll toy with the idea of geocentrism.  But Nibiru is a bit much for me.

But since as this seems to be astronomy week, I suppose I'll cover this topic.  But it is a rabbit hole, and I will not cover it exhaustively.

This, they say, is Nibiru.
They say it's either a planet or a brown dwarf.
What is Nibiru?

The story of Nibiru is a growing topic on the internet.  Nibiru promoters believe that it is a large astronomical body, being either a gas giant or some kind of a rocky planet.  This planet-sized body carries with it moons and solar debris.

Furthermore, promoters of this theory believe that this planet moves through our solar system very quickly at an angle and plane that is unlike the plane of the other planetary bodies.  Nibiru, they say, intersects our solar system's plane in a perpendicular fashion.  Some say that it is coming up from behind the sun, and so, this is a daytime phenomenon--not something you see at night with binoculars.  Also, due to its current position, Nibiru has only been visible in the southern hemisphere--just as you can only see things like the Southern Cross or the Magellanic Clouds in the south.

This object is on course to come relatively close to the Earth.  It is not supposed to hit us.  But the debris that Nibiru carries with it is supposed to crash into the Earth.  And a lot of speculators state that Nibiru is actually Wormwood, or even the Red Dragon of Revelations.

As a result of this impending global disaster, the United States government is hording up all of its supplies and hurriedly building underground cities to save their elites from their doom.

They say that if you follow the money and consider the Pentagon's massive black budget, it becomes obvious that the powers that be are going all in to prepare for this terrifying disaster that Nibiru's gravity will wreck upon the Earth.

They state, in fact, that this Nibiru phenomenon is actually the reason why the Vatican has its observatories set up in various places throughout the world.  They say the corrupt Church hierarchy has some sort of devious plan to seek out Wormwood and orchestrate and manipulate the masses into not being concerned when the disaster comes.

Nibiru rabble-rousers also will state that one of the main reasons that the government is spreading chemtrails through the air is in order to create a web of artificial clouds across our skies--which will dissipate into a haze that obscures any possibility of viewing this rogue planet.

Proponents Believe Nibiru Is The Red Dragon of Revelations

The following is an early 2016 interview with David Meade by a group called Leak Project:

Blocked out image at the legs of Virgo on Google Sky.
Towards the end of September in 2017 next year, there is going to be a precise configuration of the Revelation 12 imagery.  I've used Stellarium, and I've gone back 6,000 years, and I've gone forward 1,000 years.  It's complex, and it involves the simultaneous interface of half a dozen astronomical variables, but it only occurs once.  And that is in September 2017, a year and a half from now.  But in addition to the Revelation 12 Sign (as it's known), the imagery of the Dragon at the feet of Virgo--with the sun at the head and the moon at the feet--presents itself right now (very interestingly) in Starry Night in real time.  

The Red Dragon that can be viewed on Sky View.
Commentary HERE.
Now, this is highly unusual and extraordinary.  The Red Dragon of Revelation 12 may well be (and I believe, obviously) is Planet X, and it's referred to earlier in a chapter of Revelations, I think chapter 8, in a similar manner.  

A colleague of mine on a university in the western U.S. brought up a very interesting point.  Perhaps...(indiscernible).  Basically he's said the areas of the Dragon anomaly have been covered up by Google Sky in the past.  But one of the ways to see what's behind this patched up area is to use a program called Sky View by NASA.  Sky View, what that is, is it's a virtual observatory on the internet.  It generates images of any part of the sky and wavelengths of all regimes, radio to gamma.  You just filter it.  

The red circled area between Virgo's legs
indicates the presumed location of the Red Dragon
that is blocked on most public astronomy software.  
Now, when you view these images in various filters, you can see that the actual color of this anomaly in Virgo is red.  It does look rather menacing, as it appears to have the face of a dragon with two profound eyes.  It's very intriguing and quite strange.    

Now, just for your listeners, I'll provide the right ascension and declination if they wanna go to Sky View.  And here it is, just cut and paste this coordinate.  Here's the right ascension: 13 hours, 50 minutes, 44 seconds.  Here's the declination: -8 hours, 13 minutes, and 59.7 seconds.  So right ascension is the celestial equivalent of longitude, and the sky latitude is called declination.  Just enter those coordinates, and then on Sky View, you choose the iris 100 microme telescope setting, and there you are.  You've never seen an object quite like this one.

The Connection With Nibiru, The Great American Eclipse, And The Woman Of Revelations

If it is true that the government has been obscuring the view of this Red Dragon/Nibiru phenomenon with astronomy software, and if it is true that the government has been creating the haze in our skies with chemtrails to prevent daytime sightings of this object, then there is one other place where most everyone will be able to view the Nibiru object.

First, let us recap what the Woman of Revelations is, as discussed by Patrick Archibold:
"On November 20, 2016, Jupiter (the King planet) enters into the body (womb) of the constellation Virgo (the virgin).   Jupiter, due its retrograde motion, will spend the next 9 ½ months within the womb of Virgo. This length of time corresponds with gestation period of a normal late-term baby.
"After 9 ½ months, Jupiter exits out of the womb of Virgo. Upon Jupiter’s exit (birth), on September 23, 2017, we see the constellation Virgo with the sun rise directly behind it (the woman clothed with the sun). At the feet of Virgo, we find the moon. And upon her head we find a crown of twelve stars, formed by the usual nine stars of the constellation Leo with the addition of the planets Mercury, Venus, and Mars."
This event--in which we get to see the woman Virgo crowned and delivering the god-planet Jupiter--does not occur at night.  We will not be able to see this in the Northern Hemisphere at night time on September 23rd.  The Woman of Revelations phenomenon takes place during the daytime.

During the August 21st eclipse, at 1pm central,
Virgo will be located towards the horizon
in an East-Southeasternly direction.
That being said, when the eclipse of August 21st happens--the entire sky will be blackened.  We will see the stars.  Sure, we in the United States will be able to witness an amazing total solar eclipse.  It should prove to be a sublime occasion.  However, it is possible that we might also be able to see the constellation Virgo.  Her constellation will be located towards the East-Southeastern horizon.

If there truly is a Red Dragon at the legs of Virgo, we will be able to see it on that day without having to depend on ANY kind of public astronomy software that may block us.

And if that does happen, then in a way, we can see possibly one of the purposes of this total solar eclipse.  Perhaps we will be witnessing one method in which God takes the powers of the world by surprise, as He lifts up the curtain of ignorance, showing us something that our overlords have been hiding from us all of this time.

Of course, if the sky is clouded up with chemtrails during the eclipse, then it could be said they've prepared for that contingency.


That's enough from me.  I'm no expert on Nibiru.  I choose not to look into it.  The matter is beyond my station to investigate--I'm not an astronomer.

Are these people right?  I severely doubt that they are.  I choose to throw cold water on their speculations.  Why?  Because it's as though the proponents are ready to believe any crazy thing that presents itself.  I've detected no caution or careful, delicate analysis.  Nibiru is a rabbit hole.

It is said that this Sumerian artifact features Nibiru.
I remember hearing about this planet over seventeen years ago when I was listening to Art Bell on the Coast to Coast AM radio show.  It sounded crazy even then.  According to his guest, Zechariah Sitchin, there's a race of giants that live on Nibiru, and according to Sumerian legend, they will return to the Earth to enslave us all and claim our gold.
I listened to Coast to Coast AM a lot in those days.  It was a fun radio show.  They talked about ghosts, bigfoot, UFOs, and forbidden archaeology.  It was the perfect thing to listen to if you were up late at night working on your car.  It was as early as 1995 that that lady from ZetaTalk was pronouncing stories about Planet X.

And also, as an avid follower of legitimate space news, I can tell you that this planet would have to be going VERY fast.  Consider that our New Horizons probe took nine years to get from Earth to Pluto.  The probe is traveling at a solar-escape trajectory of 36,373 miles per hour, and it's the fastest spacecraft we've ever launched from Earth.

Does a planet travel that fast?  Sure.  Mercury travels at 108,000 miles per hour.  The earth travels at 67,000 miles per hour through our solar system.  The gas giant Jupiter travels at 29,236 miles per hour.  Neptune clocks in at 12,253.

So, supposing this Planet X is coming in from the outer edges of the solar system, and supposing it's traveling at the speed of the New Horizon's probe, that means that we've had at least nine years to see this planetary body in the sky.  

A picture supposedly of Nibiru taken in Brazil.
On some days, to satisfy a curiosity, I'd look over at the sunrise to see if I could spot a little red dot anywhere.  That, after all, is what the sightings often will describe.  They will see a little red dot, and they will say it's Planet X, coming in from the outer solar system to slingshot around our sun, pass us, and wreck devastation upon the Earth.

I'm sorry kids, I'm not buying it.  I've gotta draw the line somewhere.  I'm not convinced on this one.  There's a ton of sensational reading material and videos on this matter.  But like I said, it's simply a rabbit hole, and I have no time to travel down it.  I'm open to correction.  I've been wrong before.  But Nibiru is too much for me.  Maybe I'll be proven wrong on August 21st when I go to Missouri to see the eclipse.