Philippine forces kill 8 suspected to have ISIS sympathies

Members of my family will be heading to the Philippines in the Spring – I am not pleased!

Reclaim Our Republic

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
November 26, 2015

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Philippine marines killed eight suspected sympathizers of the Islamic State group in a clash in the southern Philippines on Thursday, seizing bomb-making equipment, assault rifles and black flags, military officials said.

The militants were killed in a brief clash at dawn in a hinterland off Palimbang town in Sultan Kudarat province, Brig. Gen. Emmanuel Salamat said. They were mostly Filipinos but one was possibly Indonesian.

Recovered documents show the slain militants belonged to Ansar Al-Khilafa Philippines, a new militant group with about 50 fighters who pledged their allegiance to Islamic State group leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi last year.

Marines found two assault rifles, a pistol, bomb-making equipment and materials, two-way radios, documents and five Islamic State group-inspired flags, some of which were displayed at the militants’ encampment, according to a military report and Salamat.

“Our forces were moving to arrest them but these…

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Lessons in the Library

“These were the incontrovertible conclusions drawn after considering the recent University of Missouri humiliations. These now repeating at other institutions of higher abasement across the country. At Princeton hoary liberal Woodrow Wilson is about to be amusingly defenestrated by his ideological offspring. And at Dartmouth, where the library was recently converted to a black panther confab. The primary expression from which being:

Fuck you, you filthy white fucks

I’m just going reach my own determination that civil war, permanent societal rending, immutable black pathologies, and ongoing trillions in futile uplift and cultural prostration represent costs in excess of the marginal labor savings enjoyed by a few wealthy plantation owners. But do you even know how much it benefited the antebellum Economy????

Though returning back to how I’m now inclined to greet liberals in the future:

Fuck you, you filthy white fuck

This being precisely how cowardice is manufactured. And often with good reason. When an explicit antipathy group can enter even Ivy League chambers with the sole purpose of racial intimidation and proceeds to physical violence without any opposition or punishment, a marker is laid. A standard is established. And disgust is buried beneath fear.

Fear not only of black savagery, but of the state’s nearly explicit sanctioning and defense of it. Would you like to know the response of Dartmouth’s administration to an act that if carried out by whites would have resulted in activation of the national guard? They apologized…to the blacks.”

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Lessons in the Library

“These were the incontrovertible conclusions drawn after considering the recent University of Missouri humiliations. These now repeating at other institutions of higher abasement across the country. At Princeton hoary liberal Woodrow Wilson is about to be amusingly defenestrated by his ideological offspring. And at Dartmouth, where the library was recently converted to a black panther confab. The primary expression from which being:

Fuck you, you filthy white fucks

I’m just going reach my own determination that civil war, permanent societal rending, immutable black pathologies, and ongoing trillions in futile uplift and cultural prostration represent costs in excess of the marginal labor savings enjoyed by a few wealthy plantation owners. But do you even know how much it benefited the antebellum Economy????

Though returning back to how I’m now inclined to greet liberals in the future:

Fuck you, you filthy white fuck

This being precisely how cowardice is manufactured. And often with good reason. When an explicit antipathy group can enter even Ivy League chambers with the sole purpose of racial intimidation and proceeds to physical violence without any opposition or punishment, a marker is laid. A standard is established. And disgust is buried beneath fear.

Fear not only of black savagery, but of the state’s nearly explicit sanctioning and defense of it. Would you like to know the response of Dartmouth’s administration to an act that if carried out by whites would have resulted in activation of the national guard? They apologized…to the blacks.”

The Kakistocracy

One of the mistakes often committed in the zeitgeist wars is to believe, or perhaps simply pretend, that flamboyant actions and rhetoric from the left will serve as solvent to their popularity. That their lurid flailings will elicit disgust rather than empathy. That may be true, though it’s largely irrelevant. For disgust is a fairly ineffective sentiment when buried under fear. And for those without the sense to feel either, empathy is less important than obedience. The lesson being that most people only know what they hear. Uncontested assertions today become the dogma of idiots tomorrow. And disgusted cowards convince no one otherwise.

These were the incontrovertible conclusions drawn after considering the recent University of Missouri humiliations. These now repeating at other institutions of higher abasement across the country. At Princeton hoary liberal Woodrow Wilson is about to be amusingly defenestrated by his ideological offspring. And at Dartmouth, where the…

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The Media and the Emotional Manipulation of the Public

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“Here is a quote from Edward Bernays the Jewish nephew of Sigmund Freud and widely considered to be the father of public relations which in essence is the father of propaganda and manipulation of the public:

“The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country.

“We are governed, our minds molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of. This is a logical result of the way in which our democratic society is organized. Vast numbers of human beings must cooperate in this manner if they are to live together as a smoothly functioning society.

“Whatever attitude one chooses toward this condition, it remains a fact that in almost every act of our daily lives, whether in the sphere of politics or business, in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons – a trifling fraction of our hundred and twenty million – who understand the mental process and social pattern of the masses. It is they who pull the wires which control the public mind, who harness old social forces and contrive new ways to bind and guide the world.” – Edward Bernays, Founder of Public Relations & Advertising, For Manipulation of the Masses.”

Source: The Media and the Emotional Manipulation of the Public