Friday, July 22, 2016


The Left are in the business of making reality conform to their ideology. Their psychology is on par with religious dogmatists. Anyone who tries to burst their bubble is viciously attacked, whoever it may be. Psychological projection kicks in: their own evil traits are projected onto their opponents. 

Cenk Uygur from The Young Turks and Alex Jones from Infowars, along with current/former Trump aide Roger Stone, got into a small fight on The Young Turks' set during a live show while covering the Republican National Convention (RNC). The footage was captured by, or uploaded to Facebook by radio host Davey D. According to available intel, Alex Jones was offended at The Young Turks constant coddling of groups like Black Lives Matter, and decided to crash the stage to have a live debate about it. Things didn't go well, and security eventually broke up the brief skirmish. Below part 2. Ana Kasparian called him a "fat fuck". The ISIS apologist @Jimmy_Dore spat on Alex Jones as Cenk Uygur had a melt down. Dore sneaked behind the scrum, bottle in hand, and spat in Jones's face.

Jul 21, 2016 Cenk Uygur and Alex Jones in  a brawl in Cleveland.

June 6, 2016


The Presidency of Barack Obama is the culmination of the Culture War that started in the 1960s. According to Dr. Kim Holmes, the progressive left thinks it is successfully transforming the country and consider the present "a mopping-up operation". "They’re going in for the kill."

Ginni Thomas talking to the author of "The Closing of the Liberal Mind", Dr. Kim Holmes.

Americans are experiencing increased intolerance and chaos throughout politics, culture, colleges, corporate boardrooms and even mainline churches, because the progressive left thinks it is successfully transforming the country, according to Dr. Kim Holmes. These elites consider it "a mopping-up operation and they’re going in for the kill." Holmes is a distinguished fellow at The Heritage Foundation, and the author of a new book, “The Closing of the Liberal Mind.” A new air of intolerance has been pulsing through radical leaders throughout the U.S., the United Nations and the European Union. Elites use international treaties and conventions to circumvent the will of the electorate, Holmes explains. They use a sympathetic president, popular culture, entertainment, colleges, and murky tactics to "break down the resistance to their agenda" to transform America.