Monthly Archives: May 2017

Bolivarian Revolution File: Venezuela’s 18-year-old Marxist regime on brink of destruction after 2 months of violent opposition demos lead to 59 civilian deaths, 18 injured in latest clash with Caracas police; opposition forces control National Assembly, motivated by country’s economic collapse, including widespread starvation, demand Pres. Nicolas Maduro call early election to undo socialist policies, accuse Goldman Sachs Group of propping up regime with cheap bonds from state-run oil company PDVSA, New York-based bank defends investment; Venezuelan military holds meeting at base in NW city of Barquisimeto in late April, Army Div. Gen. José Rafael Torrealba Pérez reportedly issues order for snipers to fire on anti-regime protesters; OAS Secretary Luis Almargo: “The Bolivarian National Guard and its head, Major General Benavides Torres, are directly responsible for the repression that has murdered, imprisoned and tortured people”; General Ángel Vivas rejects attempt by regime founder Hugo Chavez to impose Cuban motto “Nation or death, we will overcome!” on Venezuelan military, holds off arrest for years by fortifying home, arming self, finally apprehended in violent siege of residence in April 2017, tortured in prison; Maduro loyalists also arrest 50-60 soldiers for “insufficient loyalty” to Chavez successor

Asia/USA Files: Philippines’ self-avowed socialist president Rodrigo Duterte imposes 60-day martial law over island of Mindanao after army, police attempt May 23 arrest of Islamic militant Isnilon Hapilon, clash with jihadists of both Abu Sayyaf, Islamic State of Lanao, week of fighting in Marawi city leads to deaths of 61 ISIS extremists, 20 troops and 19 civilians, 85,000 people flee homes in Lanao del Sur province; Communist Party of Philippines (CPP)/New People’s Army (NPA) pulls out of peace negotiations in protest, says martial law targets Maoist rebels, urges more “tactical offensives” against government; Filipino-American politician, California Assemblyman Rob Bonta (44) withdraws bill that would have decriminalized Communist Party membership among state employees after “intense pressure” from lawmakers Janet Nguyen, Travis Allen, California’s Vietnamese community; Bonta’s mother and his colleagues in Filipino Advocates for Justice belonged to Union of Democratic Filipinos (KDP), founded in 1973 in Santa Cruz, CA in response to previous imposition of martial law by Pres. Ferdinand Marcos; KDP actively supported CPP/NPA until US-based org’s dissolution following overthrow of Marcos in 1986

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Back from vacation. Communists still lurking around, so blogging continues . . .

USA File: “Lock Her Up”: James Comey’s departure from FBI opens path for Trump White House to back prosecution of ex-Sec. of State Clinton for email scandal, other possible crimes, fallen agency director ramping up Trump-Kremlin probe with request for more personnel only days before sacking; ex-chief of staff for AG Edwin Meese (1985-1988) Mark Levin believes Comey protected Clinton: “Now I would contend, as a substantive matter, Hillary Clinton is very, very lucky that Director Comey was the director of the FBI. She may feel that he hurt her presidential chances, but let me tell you something, she should have been indicted”; FBI Dep. Director Andrew McCabe becomes Acting Director, but President Trump will need to quickly ditch McCabe since temp head, wife closely linked to Clintons, Dem Party machine; PAC affiliated with Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, Virginia Democratic Party together contributed over US$700,000 to Jill McCabe’s 2015 state Senate campaign; meanwhile Trump rebuilds bridges with Russia, welcomes Ambassador Kislyak, FM Lavrov to White House, Russian, but not US, media invited; also holds surprise meeting with veteran globalist Henry Kissinger, ex-Sec. of State under Nixon, Ford, discuss Syrian civil war

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If that f – – – ing bastard [Donald Trump] wins, we all hang from nooses! [NBC’s The Today Show host Matt] Lauer’s finished…and if I lose it’s all on your heads for screwing this up.
— Hillary Rodham Clinton, off-camera rant on September 7, 2016 (source)

USA File: Trump to Comey: “You’re fired!’; in rare move for a US president, The Donald (finally) terminates troublesome FBI director over ongoing probe into Team Trump’s alleged links to Kremlin, dismissal will restore “public trust and confidence”; Democratic politicos foam at mouth, compare Comey sacking to Richard Nixon’s “Saturday Night Massacre”; Sen. Bob Casey bristles: “This is Nixonian”; Sen. Ron Wyden fulminates: “Outrageous,” summons Comey to testify to Congress about “status of Trump-Russia investigation”; Assange, holed up in Ecuadorean embassy in London since 2012, tweets: “FBI source says the FBI will now start leaking like Niagara,” “Mr. Comey knows where many bodies are buried”; Revolutionary Communist Party front to protest Comey firing outside Trump Tower; CNN sources say DOJ preparing to arrest WikiLeaks founder on charges of posting 1000s of files stolen by ex-US Army intel analyst Bradley/Chelsea Manning, believes Assange also helped Edward Snowden; Trump-appointed CIA Director Pompeo: “It’s time to call out WikiLeaks for what it really is: A non-state hostile intelligence service often abetted by state actors like Russia”

Commies for Comey? If both the Democrats and Bob Avakian’s far-left nutjob outfit want him in, then you know he’s got to go.

Dumping Comey is where Trump’s presidential caliber really shines through, although it should’ve been done a few months ago. Still, we’ll need more of that type of leadership if the American Republic is to be restored to its Constitutional parameters.

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EU/USA Files: Populist-nationalist wave sweeping America, Britain dissipates as first Dutch, then French voters embrace globalist candidates, ex-Socialist/ Rothschild banker Emmanuel Macron (39) wins May 7 run-off for presidential bid, First Lady-designate Brigitte Trogneux (64) displays typical French “sophistication,” engaged in pedophile tryst with Macron as latter’s high school teacher in 1990s; The Atlantic describes President Trump’s congratulations to Macron as “tepid” in wake of supposed tacit endorsement of “far-rightist” Marine Le Pen; ex-UKIP chief, Brexit backer Nigel Farage praises Le Pen (48) for highest-ever electoral support for National Front candidate (33.9%), says 80% of retirees voted for Macron, insists Marine enjoys support of younger generations, will win in 2022, meanwhile France will suffer “five more years of failure, five more years of being stuck in the wrong currency, and five more years of increasing terrorist attacks”; Trump flaunts his distinctive “keep’em guessing” policy style in WSJ interview: “Hey, I’m a nationalist and a globalist. I’m both. And I’m the only one who makes the decision, believe me”; meanwhile “Left Coast” cities of Portland, Olympia rocked by red-inspired May Day riots, California Assembly passes bill to repeal anti-communism ban on state employees, bill heads to upper chamber, Republican Assemblyman Travis Allen: “This bill is blatantly offensive to all Californians. Communism stands for everything that the United States stands against”