‘Jade Helm. Jade is blue. Helm is German for helmet. Blue Helmet. UN blue helmets?’

This photo of ISIS members was supposedly taken in Syria, but it sure does look like Mexico.

This photo of ISIS members was supposedly taken in Syria, but it sure does look like Mexico.

FBI Director James Comey has been forced to step in and address rumors published by Fox News and others that ISIS has established terrorist training camps in Mexico, right across the Texas border, where they are no doubt practicing mass beheadings and other horrors.

“Nonsense,” Comey says. “Not true. … There’s nothing to it.”

Nothing to it. OK. But … how do we know for sure? I mean, really for sure?

Think about it: On the one hand we have published reports about the terror camps from Fox News, the most trusted news source in the country. And on the other we have an Obama appointee, expecting us to swallow everything that they cram down our throats, as if we were helpless babies eager for another feeding of Uncle Sugar’s Pablum. Which should we believe?

Meanwhile, in a (perhaps) unrelated development, the Pentagon this week reassured Americans that President Obama is NOT secretly conspiring to invade the sovereign state of Texas this summer, seize the weapons of private citizens, imprison thousands of resisters and impose martial law on Texas and six other states. Such rumors are “wild speculation,” Col. Steven Warren said from Washington.

Yeah, maybe.

Or maybe it’s informed insight!!! Let me ask you: If Obama really WAS plotting to seize military control of the heart of Red America, what would his henchmen at the Pentagon be telling us? They would dismiss such reports as “wild speculation,” correct?

It fits together all too well. The ISIS camps. The open border. How easy would it be to sit back and wait for the inevitable terror attack, then use it as an excuse to invade like Hitler used the Reichstag fire? Why let a good crisis go to waste? Especially after you consider the mysterious closings of Wal-Mart stores and Caterpillar distribution centers in areas that would be perfect as military staging areas and as holding facilities for thousands of U.S. civilians taken captive by Obama.

I mean, look at this map, produced by the Pentagon as part of “Jade Helm 15”, its so-called “military training exercise” to be conducted this summer by Special Ops troops.Jade-Helm-15-participants

Note that Texas and Utah, both of which voted overwhelmingly against the Kenyan Usurper, are labeled “hostile”, while Obama-supporting California and Colorado are “permissive.” Coincidence? It would be wild speculation to think it was merely that.

The good news is that thanks to modern-day Paul Reveres, the patriots have been notified and actions are being taken. One alert American even figured out the code and passed it on to the OathKeepers: “Jade Helm. Jade is blue. Helm is German for helmet. Blue Helmet. UN blue helmets?” Only a great mind could have figured that one out. (And yes, I fully realize that jade is green. That’s part of what makes the codebreaker so brilliant).

In response to such concerns, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has ordered the Texas State Guard to monitor the federal government’s troop movements and all other actions, to ensure that the civil liberties and constitutional rights of Texans are protected. As a former well-known member of the famed Texas Rangers put it, “Concerned Texans and Americans are in no way calling into question our brave and courageous men and women in uniform. They are merely following orders. What’s under question are those who are pulling the strings at the top of Jade Helm 15 back in Washington.”

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz has also insisted that Americans have cause to be wary:

“I understand the reason for concern and uncertainty, because when the federal government has not demonstrated itself to be trustworthy in this administration, the natural consequence is that many citizens don’t trust what it is saying,” Cruz told us. “I think part of the reason is we have seen, for six years, a federal government disrespecting the liberty of the citizens. That produces fear, when you see a government that is attacking our free speech rights, or Second Amendment rights, or religious liberty rights. That produces distrust.”

Compare Cruz’s statesman-like style of visionary leadership to the mouth-foaming of quislings such as state Rep. Todd Smith, a Texas Republican who has attacked Gov. Abbott like the obedient little Obama-bot that he apparently is.

In a letter to Abbott, Smith wrote:

As a 16-year Republican member of the Texas House and a patriotic AMERICAN, I am horrified that I have to choose between the possibility that my Governor actually believes this stuff and the possibility that my Governor doesn’t have the backbone to stand up to those who do. I’m not sure which is worse.

“As one of the remaining Republicans who actually believes in making decisions based on facts and evidence — you used to be a judge? — I am appalled that you would give credence to the nonsense mouthed by those who instead make decisions based on internet or radio shock-jock driven hysteria. Is there ANYBODY who is going to stand up to this radical nonsense that is cancer on our State and Party? “

Facts? Evidence?

Jade Helm is a fact. The map is evidence. The ISIS camps exist, because Fox says so. The closed Wal-Marts are facts. And the White House is occupied by a man by the name of Barack Hussein Obama. Given all that, it would be grossly irresponsible — and downright unAmerican — not to speculate wildly and draw ridiculous conclusions, and it would be wrong of our leaders to do anything but pander to us in the process.

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DarkMatterImbalance
DarkMatterImbalance

United we stand, divided we fall. Looks like we will all fall. I cannot believe the number of you that are still arguing republican vs. democrat! This deceptive duality keeps us fighting with each other, distracted, and sharply divided when we are all people who want freedom. So depressing. 

kayaker71
kayaker71

So, now it appears that the Mayor of Baltimore has thrown her police force under the bus and partnered with our new AG to launch an investigation of the "unfairness" of the police in Baltimore.  That oughta do it.  Might get her and her state atty re-elected but will do little to nothing to solve Baltimore's problems.  However, it will do one thing..... appease the mob.  But she should realize that when the mob takes control, she as well as all of the citizens of Baltimore are at increased risk.  This has been pretty well restricted to the black neighborhoods of Baltimore so far.  When it spreads to white neighborhoods, it will get nasty. 

alexander2
alexander2

@Jackie_36  I agree there is a lot of trouble then you get the policeman killed in NYC, constant one sided harping does nothing to help the problem, what do you propose...

DunwoodyGranny
DunwoodyGranny

A recent NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll found a huge disageement between Democrats and Republicans over what the government's first priority should be. Democrats thought it should be job creation and growing the economy. Republicans thought it should be terrorism and national security. Is this what the Republicans are talking about?

honested
honested

@DunwoodyGranny 

republiklans will ALWAYS place fleecing taxpayers to fund military wast above anything that stimulates growth in Civilization.

KUTGF
KUTGF

@Captain-Obvious Are you issuing a challenge to him to catch up to you?  I don't think that is fair if you don't give him the entire morning.  I mean you have such a head start and so many unintelligent responses. 

JamVet
JamVet

@DunwoodyGranny 

It is what our resident law scholar, td, refers to with his inane claim that "the only constitutional role of the federal government is to provide for the national defense."

(Also known as the "I have difficulties with English" defense.)

To the point where the blind mouse refuses to acknowledge the other part of that phrase in the 14th Amendment - provide for the general welfare.

This is the state of the modern Uncle-Sam hating, Bundy loving lunatic who "doesn't recognize the United States government as even existing"...

Arms_Akimbo
Arms_Akimbo

@DunwoodyGranny 

The problem with your comment is that after 6 years of dem control in the WH, GDP is coming in at .2%. Democrats have proven time and time again that they simply do not know how to create jobs and promote growth. After spending over $2 TRILLION in so called stimulus, the labor participation rate is at historic lows. Take home pay has been declining for years and inflation is increasing. The Dems are all about self interest and job preservation for elected officials. They promise entitlements and whine about income inequality, but never do anything for citizens. No wonder after 60 years of Dem control, the people of Baltimore have started to riot. Corrupt government, corrupt police dept., and corrupt school employee unions have created an environment where the citizens are taken advantage of just so the elected officials can maintain the status quo. The only way to attract business to Dem strongholds like Baltimore is to clean house and insure that the funds, education, and job creation programs actually get to the citizens rather than merely lining the pockets of elected officials.  

Captain-Obvious
Captain-Obvious

@DunwoodyGranny Since you cannot recognize an intelligent argument, KUTGF (or run away from one when challenged) your response carries no weight.

Visual_Cortex
Visual_Cortex

@DunwoodyGranny

 Republicans thought it should be terrorism and national security.

So very disappointed it wasn't "Getting out of the way" and "Governing least."

fedup52
fedup52

Talking about Climate change Friedman wrote in NYT that the Germans produce 30% of their power from renewable sources.

The Germans bit the bullet initially on the high prices for solar panels but the sheer volume of solar panels enabled the Chinese to bring down its price.  They are slowly replacing the nuclear and coal fired plants.  They are really advanced in this area.

KUTGF
KUTGF

@fedup52  I think Portugal is up to 100% of alternative sourced power at least for part of the year....  but I am working from memory and have not checked.  Its a shame that the US is not a bigger leader in the arena. 

St Simons he-ne-ha
St Simons he-ne-ha

"Aide to California state attorney accused of running an occult police force claiming to be 3,000 years old"

No, this isn't World Nut Daily, or Fox but Business Insider. Google for yourself.

I've waited 30 yrs to watch them unravel, jerry springer style, but this is better than I ever imagined heheheh

LordHelpUs
LordHelpUs

ISIS has 71 fighters in 15 states?


Heck, that ain't near as many as there are Sovereign Citizens and anti-government right-wing militia members.  Those clusterfuqs scare me more than the Mooslims...

Visual_Cortex
Visual_Cortex

@LordHelpUs

ISIS has 71 fighters in 15 states?

oopsies--they caught some dude scarfing down a Quarter Pounder with Cheese. 

It's 70, now.

JamVet
JamVet

Power to the people. ~John Lennon

Corporations are people, my friend. ~Mitt the Jellyfish


In 2013, Richmond's City Council voted to sue Chevron after an explosion at its refinery sent over 15,000 workers and residents—15% of the population—to nearby hospitals. 

Chevron responded by dumping more than $3 million in the 2014 election to pack the city council and mayor's office with pro-industry candidates. The oil company outspent city council candidates 20-1. But in an election result that inspired environmentalists around the country, Richmond residents defeated all of Chevron's candidates.

It was an extraordinary victory in an era when oil companies routinely spend millions of dollars to influence elections. 

Of course, a single defeat doesn’t discourage an industry with deep pockets. There is no real sign that Chevron has any plans to change its high-roller tactics.

The people of Richmond proved that a united, informed community can defeat a powerful corporate behemoth. As Jovanka Beckles, one of the city council members elected in 2014, said: "Hundreds of people worked hard for months to mobilize and use our collective strength as a powerful tool that money could not buy!" 

http://abovethelaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/richmond-refinery.jpeg

LeninTime
LeninTime

The kids will play when they haven't been given constructive work to do, won't they?

breckenridge
breckenridge

"The last thing we need is an obnoxious blowhard like Geller to go out and start trouble when there’s no reason for it. I’m a bigger believer in free speech than she is, believe me. This has nothing to do with free speech, this is taunting, and all it does is cause trouble." Donald Trump, on Fox News, 5-5-2015


Obnoxious blowhard = well done Donald.

KUTGF
KUTGF

@breckenridge  Donnie is just sounding so dang "liberal" according to our RWers. 

breckenridge
breckenridge

And you know, I’ve been outspoken on this. I think men should be able to veto women’s abortions if they’re willing to care for the child after it’s born.” Dr. Keith Ablow, on Fox News, 5-5-2015

Hmm.  Sounds like the bad doctor is in desperate need of having a red-hot poker jammed up his......oh never mind.



KUTGF
KUTGF

@breckenridge  Hmmmm..  I wonder it the doctor would apply that to rapists or sex offenders. 

Visual_Cortex
Visual_Cortex

@KUTGF @breckenridge

If the rapist pinkie-promises to care for the child once its born? 

Carry that pregnancy to term, missy! You're just an incubator now.

alexander2
alexander2

@KUTGF Which is an interesting question, but also if the father is a husband or boyfreind, is able to prove he is father by prenatal genetics and is against the abortion and is willing to raise the child. A question worth discussing...

Visual_Cortex
Visual_Cortex

@alexander2 @KUTGF

A question worth discussing...

And rejecting out of hand.

First trimester elective abortion is legal, and entirely the choice of the woman involved. There were no conditions for a role by the sperm donor set by Roe v. Wade.

And if one of the Five Stooges ever do us the favor of vacating a SCOTUS seat and is replaced by someone who isn't a 24-karat misogynist, we'll see a ton of grotesquely restrictive laws in lots of states struck down, as they should've been years ago.

alexander2
alexander2

@Visual_Cortex Your last paragraph is useless. However, Thw what if KNOWN father wants the child? legally--he cannot stop the abortion but at the very least this gives the mother another option to consider.