2021·08·14 Joe Biden Didn’t Win Daily Thread

His Fraudulency

Joe Biteme, properly styled His Fraudulency, continues to infest the White House, and hopium is still being dispensed even as our military appears to have joined the political establishment in knuckling under to the fraud.

All realistic hope lies in the audits, and perhaps the Lindell lawsuit (that will depend on how honestly the system responds to the suit).

One can hope that all is not as it seems.

I’d love to feast on that crow.

The Lindell Reports

It sounds worse that most of us imagined. And we have good evidence (if placed before a judge who understands probability, combinatorics, and statistics (three closely-connected branches of mathematics).

The question is, now that we have this, what’s next?

Can we get more states to do forensic audits? It will be tougher in states where the auditors themselves ended up in their positions of authority through cheating!

Even if not, it’s good to go into whatever comes next with the certitude that we were and are right about…

Joe Biden Didn’t Win. And neither did Hoe, and neither did half the craptastic Dems out there. RINOs might have won the general because at that point voters had a choice between a definite Dem and a maybe-not-as-bad “Republican.” But how many got in due to a corrupted primary?

We have to do our best to force this to stick and force “them” to pay attention to it!

Justice Must Be Done.

The prior election must be acknowledged as fraudulent, and steps must be taken to prosecute the fraudsters and restore integrity to the system.

Nothing else matters at this point. Talking about trying again in 2022 or 2024 is hopeless otherwise. Which is not to say one must never talk about this, but rather that one must account for this in ones planning; if fixing the fraud is not part of the plan, you have no plan.

Lawyer Appeasement Section

OK now for the fine print.

This is the WQTH Daily Thread. You know the drill. There’s no Poltical correctness, but civility is a requirement. There are Important Guidelines,  here, with an addendum on 20191110.

We have a new board – called The U Tree – where people can take each other to the woodshed without fear of censorship or moderation.

And remember Wheatie’s Rules:

1. No food fights
2. No running with scissors.
3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.
4. Zeroth rule of gun safety: Don’t let the government get your guns.
5. Rule one of gun safety: The gun is always loaded.
5a. If you actually want the gun to be loaded, like because you’re checking out a bump in the night, then it’s empty.
6. Rule two of gun safety: Never point the gun at anything you’re not willing to destroy.
7. Rule three: Keep your finger off the trigger until ready to fire.
8. Rule the fourth: Be sure of your target and what is behind it.

(Hmm a few extras seem to have crept in.)

(Paper) Spot Prices

Last week:

Gold $1763.90
Silver $24.48
Platinum $985.00
Palladium $2712.00
Rhodium $21,150.00

This week, 3PM Mountain Time, markets have closed for the weekend.

Gold $1780.60
Silver $23.83
Platinum $1034
Palladium $2736
Rhodium $20,200

This might be a good time to buy silver. On the other hand it could drop even m0re.

Electrons Get Quanta

If you’ll recall, last time I mentioned that in 1911 van den Broek suggested that an atom’s place in the periodic table depended on the positive charge of the nucleus; when that charge was expressed as a positive-signed multiple of e, you had a simple integer number which is that atom’s atomic number. I then said it was merely an idea for about two years, and then I left you hanging.

I’m going to pick up that thread, but I’m going to do it my way: I’m going to back up a bit and follow another thread to that same place.

As of 1900, chemists were pretty sure they were missing eight elements on the periodic table. Because they didn’t know how many lanthanides (“rare earths”) actually existed (some guesses ran as high as 25) and simply had no idea what was going on there, they didn’t know how many they were missing. (We now know that lanthanum through lutetium is fifteen elements inclusive; chemists back then knew twelve in that range, and suspected there were more.)

Remember in 1900 they didn’t know about atomic number. They did have the periodic table, and it had holes in it that were clearly missing elements, but the lanthanides didn’t seem to fit into that scheme at all so they were a big question mark.

In 1901, europium–a lanthanide whose atomic weight was between samarium and gadolinium–was discovered, and then in 1902-03 actinium was discovered during investigations of the radioactive decay chains. (From the radioactive decay series, astatine, francium and protactinium were not known yet as of 1911, but the first two were “known” holes in the table, below iodine and cesium, and protactinium was probably suspected–it’s hard to tell because back then chemists didn’t realize the actinides were like the lanthanides. My extensive discussion last week was based largely on current knowledge.)

1906 saw the discovery of lutetium, at the time the heaviest of the rare earths.

So in 1911, van den Broek came up with the concept of the atomic number. And the periodic table was pretty “tidy” right up through barium, but after barium were the lanthanides. So I believe they were able to assign every element up to barium atomic numbers, with barium at Z=56. There was a gap at Z=43. Then with an unknown number of lanthanides, it would be impossible to assign an actual number to the first known element after the lanthanides, tantalum, but we knew what group tantalum was in, so we could basically restart counting from there, identifying more holes. Two spaces to the right, under that hole for Z=43, was another hole. Then a hole under iodine and a hole under cesium, as previously mentioned.

Protactinium was discovered in 1913, so we may not have realized it at the time but everything from radium (directly below barium) on up was known.

In 1913 the picture became a lot clearer. Henry Moseley (a student of Rutherford’s), in 1913 was doing x-ray spectroscopy on a variety of elements and measuring the wavelengths. He noticed a fairly simple mathematical relationship between the atomic number (where known) and at least one of the x-ray wavelengths. From this he formulated Moseley’s law. (I’d quote the law here, but although the formula is simple, explaining what the symbols meant would be a royal pain.)

So now the guesswork was gone. Moseley could zap even a rare earth metal with his x ray device, and calculate its atomic number. Lanthanum was 57. Lutetium was Z=71. We had, without realizing it, already nearly completed the list in between: Cerium (58), praseodymium (59), neodymium (60), samarium (62), europium (63), gadolinium (64), terbium (65), dysprosium (66), holmium (67), erbium (68), thulium (69), ytterbium (70), and lutetium (71). Only #61 was missing. {Yes I am enough of a geek to known those by heart.)

So now that numbers could be assigned to every element and not just the first 56, we knew we were missing #43 (right below manganese), #61 (a rare earth), #72, #75 (below #43), #85 and #87. Uranium came in at #92 and was the last element.

Moseley’s law was consistent with the Bohr model of the atom, which was put forward that year (just two years after the Rutherford model).

And the Bohr model is our main topic today, but I will finish Moseley’s story first. Sadly, it won’t take long.

It sure looked like Moseley was destined for bigger and better things, and he had certainly earned himself a Nobel Prize for putting the atomic number on a solid footing. But World War I broke out the next year and Moseley volunteered. He was sent to Gallipoli in modern day Turkey and was killed on August 10, 1915. The Nobel Prize committee gave no award for physics in 1916. We can only speculate, but it seems as if they intended to give that award to Moseley but as they do not give posthumous awards, had to change their plans.

Henry Moseley, 1887-1915, holding an x ray tube.

The Bohr model of the atom is actually considered a modification of the prior Rutherford model, which was unsatisfactory for a number of reasons. So it’s technically the “Bohr-Rutherford” model, but most just call it the Bohr model, after the Danish physicist Neils Bohr (1885-1962).

Why was the Rutherford model unsatisfactory? Chief among the issues was that if it were accurate, no atom would last more than about ten billionths of a second. Since I am writing this, and you will soon be reading this, and you and I are both made up of atoms that haven’t collapsed yet, there’s clearly a disconnect.

The Rutherford model supposed that the negatively charged, light electrons orbited the much more massive and very tiny positively charged nucleus. It didn’t discuss orbital periods of the electrons, or anything like that, so it wasn’t very specific. But that wasn’t the big issue.

The problem is that any electric charge that is being accelerated will emit electromagnetic energy. And electrons in orbit about a nucleus are constantly being accelerated. Remember that an object in motion will continue moving at that speed and direction unless acted on by an outside force (this goes back to part 1). An outside force, of course, will cause an acceleration. Since the electrons are following a curved path, they are being accelerated.

Calculations at the time based on Maxwell’s equations showed that it would take about ten billionths of a second for an orbiting electron to radiate away all of its kinetic energy, causing it to spiral in and plow into the nucleus.

How to solve this problem?

Well, there was a sketchy tool in the physicist’s tool kit that essentially functioned by forbidding certain values of energy, or momentum. If this tool could be applied here, then an electron in an orbit would be unable to drop downward, unless it took a big step downward all at once. And there’d be a minimum orbital energy it could not drop below.

That tool was quantum theory. It’s not the same quantum theory that we have today. As I hinted, it basically functioned as an overlay on classical physics, forbidding certain values of some parameters. It had been used by Max Planck to explain the black body spectrum in 1900, and it had been invoked by Albert Einstein to explain the photoelectric effect in 1905 (for which he eventually won the Nobel prize–for this, not for relativity!).

Energy came in fixed quanta, and these quanta’s sizes were always related somehow to Planck’s constant, which is:

h = 6.62607015×10−34 J⋅Hz−1

Or equivalently (since a hertz is a “per second”):

h = 6.62607015×10−34 J⋅s

This turns out to have the same dimensions as angular momentum. A joule is a kg⋅m2/s2, or as a dimension rather than units, m⋅d2/t2. Multiply that by time to match Planck’s constant and it’s m⋅d2/t. Angular momentum is speed, times mass, times the distance from the central point around which angular momentum is being measured, or (d/t⋅m⋅d) which is also m⋅d2/t.

However h is defined in terms of full revolutions, and angular momentum operates in radians, so we really need h/2π, a number that turns up so often, it has it’s own symbol, ħ, pronounced “H-bar” and often known as the “reduced Planck constant.” It’s equal to 1.054571817…×10−34 J⋅s. Or, since we are talking about atoms here, the preferred units are in terms of electron volts, so the reduced Planck constant is 6.582119569…×10−16 eV⋅s

So if the angular momentum of electrons in an atom were restricted to multiples of ħ, it could keep the main descriptive feature of the Rutherford model (electrons orbiting about the nucleus) while solving the problem of having them spiral into the nucleus, radiating energy all the while. The lowest possible orbit would be the one where the angular momentum was equal to ħ, the next one up (higher energy), 2ħ, and so on.

Well, it’s a fine idea, but does it actually make things look the way they really are?

Let’s work with hydrogen. One electron, one proton. No other electrons to cause complications because they repel the first electron.

Assuming a circular orbit (so that the requisite cross product becomes equal to multiplying distance by velocity), the angular momentum of the electron is going to equal its mass, times its velocity in orbit, times its distance from the nucleus:

mevr = nħ

The n is the integer multiplier and is now known as the principal quantum number.

Well, we know one of these, the mass. But we can actually express the velocity needed to maintain a circular orbit, in terms of distance and the attractive force between the proton and the electron (which we know), so that gets us down to one unknown. And we can eventually work our way down to figuring that when n is 1, the orbital radius is 0.0529 nanometers (billionths of a meter) for a hydrogen atom (one electron orbiting one proton).

OK, so by analogy with orbital mechanics, the lowest energy orbit is indeed this n = 1 orbit. What could make the electron move out of that orbit?

The hydrogen atom could actually hit another hydrogen atom, transferring kinetic energy to the electron, enough that it could jump to n=2. Thus a hot hydrogen gas, where the kinetic energy of the atoms is higher, could result in electrons being “jumped up” to higher orbits. So, basically, heat can do it.

Or the electron could absorb a photon with enough energy to make the jump.

And if in a higher orbit, how could an electron drop? It could do so by emitting a photon. But it would be a photon that contains precisely the energy difference between the two orbits! .

The Bohr model, showing an electron dropping from n=3 to n=2, and emitting a photon to get rid of the energy difference.

Remember that E = h ν for light (that last letter being Greek “nu” not a “vee”). So if we know the energy difference, we should be able to figure out the frequency, ν of the photon, then get to its wavelength in nanometers. For wavelengths between 400 and 770 nanometers, the photon will be visible to our eyes and will have a certain exact color.

The lowest orbit has the minimum energy. Just like with astrodynamic orbits, the energy is set to zero at a distance of infinity, and becomes more and more negative the closer the orbit gets to the nucleus, so the energy of the minimum orbit (n=1) is -13.6 eV. The second orbit (n=2) is at -3.4 eV, the third (n=3) is -1.51 eV, and so on, approaching but never equaling zero. So an electron in the third orbit can shed a photon and drop all the way down from -1.51 eV to -13.6 eV, a difference of 12.1 eV. This corresponds to a wavelength of 102.57 nm. That’s an ultraviolet wavelength.

But how about dropping from n=3 to n=2? That difference is about 1.9 eV. And that corresponds to a wavelength of 656.3 nm, which is visible light.

That number no doubt leaped out at someone. And when they computed the numbers for jumping from n=4 to n=2, then n=5 to n=2, and so on, those numbers looked familiar, too.

They were the wavelengths of light in the hydrogen emission spectrum. This is known as the Balmer series, all the lines you get from dropping from some higher n down to 2.

The series of lines corresponding to dropping down to n=1 is called the Lyman series, and as previously indicated, they’re all ultraviolet.

So now we have an explanation of the hydrogen emission spectrum.

Maybe there was something “real” behind this quantum buggery!

The Bohr atom model stopped here. It explained hydrogen very well, but it couldn’t, by itself, cope with more than one electron. However its underlying principles do hold for other cases.

What Moseley had done was identify, via his X ray work, the transition down to n=1, which in heavier atoms is in the x-ray band. This gets progressively more energetic as the charge in the nucleus increases, such that one can actually tell what the nuclear charge is from the x ray wavelength. So this, too, validated the Bohr model in principle, at least insofar as the Bohr model assumes quantum effects are in play.

I’m going to carry this story through (in a grossly oversimplified way) to the present day, except I won’t delve too deeply into the quantum mechanical aspects of it–quantum theory turns out to be seriously weird but this wouldn’t begin to become apparent until about 1925. So far (as of the 1910s), this bowdlerized version where it just arbitrarily restricts what can happen in an otherwise classical physics realm was working pretty well (this is now called “old quantum theory”).

The n=1, n=2, n=3 and so on principal quantum numbers were named electron shells. It became apparent as time went on, though, that each of these shells contained subshells, according to a simple rule: The 1st shell consisted of one subshell, the second shell had two subshells, and so on. The subshells got labeled s, p, d, and f. This arose from quantum mechanical considerations.

Each subshell can only hold a certain number of electrons. An s subshell could hold 2 electrons, a p subshell 6 electrons, a d subshell 10 electrons, and an f subshell 14 electrons. We’ve never dealt with a fifth subshell, but it would probably be labeled g, with 18 electrons. Each goes up four electrons. This, too, arose from quantum mechanical considerations.

The subshells are in turn divided into orbitals holding 2 electrons each, but I won’t tread there. (And again, quantum mechanical considerations).

So, the following subshells exist: 1s, 2s, 2p, 3s, 3p, 3d, 4s, 4p, 4d, 4f, and so on.

Electrons are added to the lowest energy shell that isn’t already full. That’s whether you’re creating an ion by adding extra electrons, or just trying to get a large atom up to its normal complement.

Let’s take oxygen as an example. It has eight protons in its nucleus, it will want eight electrons in its shells.

So the first two electrons go into the 1s subshell. Then the 2s subshell gets the next two electrons. Finally, the four remaining electrons go into the 2p subshell, which could accept another two electrons if they were available.

Now let us consider iron, Z=26. The first eight electrons go like oxygen’s. The next two fill up the remainder of the 2p subshell, after which we move on to the 3s subshell, which takes two more electrons (12 so far). 3p takes up another six electrons (18 so far). You might expect that now we will move to the 3d subshell…but that turns out to be wrong. The 3d subshell’s energy is actually slightly higher than the 4s subshell, so we will fill the 4s before the 3d. Electrons 19 and 20 go into the 4s subshell, then the last six electrons do go into the 3d subshell. If we were to continue, the next subshell to fill would be the 4p subshell.

On the left, the principal quantum number. On the right, the branches indicate the energy of each subshell. Electrons fill in the subshells from bottom to top, so 1s (2 electrons) fills first, then 2s (2 more), then 2p (6 more), then 3s and 3p (another 8), but then 4s fills before 3d. The last element known in 1913 (uranium) get partway into the 5f subshell. Today, we’ve filled up not just 5f, but 6d and 7p, completely, all the way through Z=118. No 8s elements have been generated.

So we’re seeing at the end a sequence where we fill a 2 electron s subshell, a 10 electron d one, then a six electron p one. If we were to carry on to lead (Z=82), we’d encounter our first f subshell, 4f, right after the 6s subshell but before the 5d subshell; lead takes us into the 6p subshell.

If it’s difficult to see (or remember) a pattern to which subshells overlap in energy with parts of other shells, you can write them out in a triangle like this, all nicely ordered, then use diagonal lines from top right down to bottom left to read them off in the order they fill. This is called the “aufbau principle.”

Based on this the next two elements (Z=119 and 120) will be 8s subshell, then there will be a 5g subshell (the first g subhsell) with space for 18 electrons.

The numbers 2, 6, 10, and 14 might be tickling your brain trying to be noticed. If not, perhaps their successive sums will: 2, 8 (2+6), 18 (2+6+10) and 32 (2+6+10+14).

These are the lengths of the rows on the periodic table. In fact, if you look at the table, the left hand side is a “tower” two elements wide–corresponding to the s subshell. The left side is a block six elements wide–corresponding to the p subshell. The central skinny part is ten elements wide, and corresponds to the d subshell. Looking at the two rows that are “footnoted” below the main body of the table, those are usually depicted as 15 units wide, but they are supposed to tuck into a square in the third column, so one of those 15 squares really belongs to the d block. The other 14 are the f subshell. (By the way, chemists argue over whether the first or last of the fifteen is the one in the d-block; they seem to have recently decided to go with the last one of the fifteen.)

The periodic table, with the f block brought into the main diagram rather than relegated to footnotes. The second element in the 1s subshell is helium, which chemically behaves like the other elements with a finished p subshell, so it’s generally moved over from the upper left to the upper right (hence the one red square out of place).

This diagram shows the exact number of elements known today 118, 26 of them after uranium (Z=92) the highest known in 1913.

So the very shape of the periodic table reflects the shells and subshells, which in turn derive from quantum principles.

The periodic table is on a firm footing now. Atomic number is on a secure footing, We now even understand those elements whose atomic weights aren’t close to integers. We just don’t know why they aren’t exact integers yet.

Obligatory PSAs and Reminders

China is Lower than Whale Shit

Remember Hong Kong!!!

Whoever ends up in the cell next to his, tell him I said “Hi.”

中国是个混蛋 !!!
Zhōngguò shì gè hùndàn !!!
China is asshoe !!!

China is in the White House

Since Wednesday, January 20 at Noon EST, the bought-and-paid for His Fraudulency Joseph Biden has been in the White House. It’s as good as having China in the Oval Office.

Joe Biden is Asshoe

China is in the White House, because Joe Biden is in the White House, and Joe Biden is identically equal to China. China is Asshoe. Therefore, Joe Biden is Asshoe.

But of course the much more important thing to realize:

Joe Biden Didn’t Win

乔*拜登没赢 !!!
Qiáo Bài dēng méi yíng !!!
Joe Biden didn’t win !!!

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Wyoming Sheperd

I’m testing to see if I can post on this daily again. I was doing fine then I went to Wolf’s post on the election and now I can’t like or post on it. Just letting the powers that be know.

Grandmaintexas

I lost contact with the site for a minute. 522 error??

Wyoming Sheperd

I didn’t get any error just the black bars at the top right of the screen flashed for a while then nothing. But I just checked and it let me like so perhaps just a glitch. I still can’t login. So I am just going with this different name and as a guest.

Ozzytrumpster

It’s a bit spotty here at times. Wolfs doing amazing work but I think it’s like whack a mole

mollypitcher5

bflyjesusgrl

72hrs is way too generous. Yesterday the Tally were 30miles away from Kabul, today only 7. And our State Department still has yet to call for a ‘total’ evacuation of all personnel, only a partial. Are the 3K troops supposed to stay and protect a few? Seriously, DEMS ARE SO DAMN INCOMPETENT!!
Complete, utter, Leadership and Intelligence FAILURE. Absolutely disgusting that such idiots are in charge of this Great Nation.
And where is Creepy? He’s checked out, hiding and sleeping in the basement of Camp David. 🤬

Last edited 1 month ago by bflyjesusgrl
ForGodandCountry

I invoke Aubergine’s razor.

This isn’t incompetency. It is intentional.

Ozzytrumpster

Absolutely.
and now a massive amount of super high tech weoponry is in the Talibans hands. How long till the Chinese have it?

kalbokalbs

They already have our stuff.

scott467

Yep.

Ordered by Beijing.

bflyjesusgrl

Agreed. Another Benghazi?? Another ISIS creation??

https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/biden-instructs-u-s-embassy-in-kabul-to-destroy-american-flags/

bflyjesusgrl

45 would’ve never let them leave all that stuff. He wouldv’e had them blow it all up. INCOMPETENT IMBECILES!!!

Aubergine

Is it just me, or shouldn’t they be worrying about actual HUMAN BEINGS from the embassy being gang-raped, murdered, and dragged through the streets a la Chris Stevens?

I mean, y’all know I love the flag, but I’d much rather see one of them burn than an actual living person. What the hell is going on?

Grandmaintexas

Thank you.

Aubergine

Aubergine concurs.

bflyjesusgrl

  :wpds_smile:   :wpds_cool: 

Ozzytrumpster

So the Benghazi 6 are going to become the Kabul 2000
we gonna see their bodies paraded and displayed as trophies?

ForGodandCountry

In July Biden said Kabul would never fall. Four days ago Biden said it would take more than 90 days for Taliban to reach Kabul, if at all. Today Biden sends 1,000 more additional troops to Kabul as it is expected to fall within 72 hrs.  That is correct…. By Monday the Taliban could control all of Afghanistan.

-Sundance

Charlie

Note; “United States Government Official”.
hummmmm…..

Grandmaintexas

Hubby just saw a C130 Hercules overhead. First ever in our time here.

Cuppa Covfefe

Probably transporting illegal aliens to parts unknown…. 😡 😡 😡

Brave and Free

Ground report from the normies. So I spent a couple days with siblings, and visiting our Mom. All are PDJT supporters.
Well let me tell ya there still on the Faux Snake News train. OMG I thought I was going to stuff cotton in my ears and poke my eyes out when they had to turn on “The Five.”
What a shit show full of just enough conservative conservation to think they really care. Nothing at all about what Mike Lindell was doing, or anything about the “Stab.”
F-X News definitely is controlled opposition IMO.

Gail Combs

Just tell them Murdoch, owner of Fox married a Chinese woman and was planning to move to China.

June 26, 2007 New York Times Murdoch’s Dealings in China: It’s Business, and It’s Personal

Many big companies have sought to break into the Chinese market over the past two decades, but few of them have been as ardent and unrelenting as Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation.

Mr. Murdoch has flattered Communist Party leaders and done business with their children. His Fox News network helped China’s leading state broadcaster develop a news Web site. He joined hands with the Communist Youth League, a power base in the ruling party, in a risky television venture, his China managers and advisers say.

Mr. Murdoch’s third wife, Wendi, is a mainland Chinese….

The Murdochs will soon be able to call Beijing home. Workers have nearly finished renovating their traditional courtyard-style house in Beijing’s exclusive Beichizi district, a block from the Forbidden City. Beneath the steep-pitched roofs and wooden eaves of freshly coated vermillion and gold, the courtyard has an underground swimming pool and billiard room, according to people who have seen the design.

Plainclothes security officers linger on the street outside. One neighbor is the retired prime minister, Mr. Zhu, who invited Mr. Murdoch to become Chinese….

And that explains why FOX called Arizona for Biden so early.

Ozzytrumpster

And the ho got two anchor babies

BillBeakman

Murdoch’s current wife is Jerry Hall, Mick Jagger’s ex.

Ozzytrumpster

Lachlan is a northern beaches climate change luvvie

scott467

This really needs a fuller reading, in case it may affect anyone we know:

Dept of Homeland Security Makes Official U.S. Government Announcement, If You Question Govt COVID Response You are Considered A Domestic Violent ExtremistAugust 14, 2021

The United States Department of Homeland Security made a quiet and alarming announcement yesterday, creating the official position of the United States Government under the Joe Biden regime. [SEE DHS STATEMENT HERE] According to the statement, if you question the orthodoxy, mandates, or COVID-19 response from the U.S. government, you are now considered a “terrorist”, specifically a “Domestic Violent Extremist” (DVE).

This is quite a remarkable development and seems to underpin the tenuous, unstable and fragile disposition of the current regime. The Department of Homeland Security seems rather paranoid in their need to label anyone who would question the COVID-19 response. More than half the country would now be defined as dissidents and domestic terrorists within their our homeland. Think about that.

DHS – The Secretary of Homeland Security has issued a new National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) Bulletin regarding the current heightened threat environment across the United States. […] These threats include those posed by domestic terrorists, individuals and groups engaged in grievance-based violence. […] Such threats are also exacerbated by impacts of the ongoing global pandemic, including grievances over public health safety measures and perceived government restrictions. (read more)

Notice the wording of that introduction. The government imposed mandates, mask and vaccination requirements are only “perceived government restrictions.” The chains that bind your expressions of liberty and freedom are merely figments of your imagination. The rules and denials of activity that we are forced to live by, under the auspices of “public health and safety measures“, are only perceived demands.

The needle being forced into the arm of federal workers by the Federal Government is only the perception of a forced medical treatment, your perception of what they are doing is the problem. You must correct your wrong-thoughts to eliminate the wrong perception. Dear leader appreciates your compliance.

Comrade dissidents, that statement is full blown Stazi-level propaganda. The bulletin continues:

[…] Through the remainder of 2021, racially- or ethnically-motivated violent extremists (RMVEs) and anti-government/anti-authority violent extremists will remain a national threat priority for the United States. These extremists may seek to exploit the emergence of COVID-19 variants by viewing the potential re-establishment of public health restrictions across the United States as a rationale to conduct attacks.

Pandemic-related stressors have contributed to increased societal strains and tensions, driving several plots by domestic violent extremists, and they may contribute to more violence this year.

[…] There are also continued, non-specific calls for violence on multiple online platforms associated with DVE ideologies or conspiracy theories on perceived election fraud and alleged reinstatement, and responses to anticipated restrictions relating to the increasing COVID cases. (link)

This is the official position of the United States Government toward citizens in our nation.
After Barack H Obama was successfully installed in office, something began to shift. While the U.S. media had always been biased, manipulative and dishonest, there was something more that changed after the installation of The One, The Lightbringer…
 
The shift coincided with the merge between the intelligence apparatus and the new platforms of social media. The speed of the shift aligned with the speed of technology that was driving communication.

Together the intelligence apparatus, the customary U.S. media and Big Tech began testing how far and how fast they could control the outlook of Americans. Few people were paying attention to it…. there were some… but not many, and most of those who did notice were not connecting the dots to the actual tests.

The shift in attack direction from media (social and traditional) at the time was alarming. No longer was the media trying to excuse or justify the transparently guilty of accountability; starting around 2011 & 2012, what the new-era attack started to do was falsely accuse the transparently innocent.

Read that again, because it was a profound difference; and inflection point.
[Transparently innocent: George Zimmerman, Darren Wilson, the Baltimore Six,… then ultimately, Donald J Trump]

Now, fast forward through the next decade and what does this current DHS terrorism bulletin do? It expands the targeting of the transparently innocent.

Can you see how the cancer cells of beta-test accusations against the transparently innocent has metastasized and weaponized now against all of us.

How can we help people to see this, to understand what is taking place, before it is too late?…”

Wolf Moon

Fake Elections have consequences.

Grandmaintexas

OMG. 🤣

Cuppa Covfefe

One might say Fake Elections have REAL consequences…

trumpismine

What Would a Patriot Do?https://s.w.org/images/core/emoji/13.1.0/svg/1f1fa-1f1f8.svg

@WWAPD
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Russia almost went bankrupt, and the US wasted 20 years, $80B and countless American lives trying to conquer the Taliban in Afghanistan.
It took less than 4M Taliban to regain control in a matter of weeks.

Don’t think the outcome will be any different in this country, if our “government” continues to abuse the freedoms of 80M Patriots who finally realize what they are fighting for.

trumpismine

Biden leaves an airbase full of military equipment and guns to the Taliban, but promises to take your guns.

trumpismine

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Ozzytrumpster

Reading a book on contouring your makeup the hide your saggy jowls

scott467

“Now he must go.”

_________

Go to prison.

scott467

And that’s an old picture.

His hair is pink now.

singingsoul1

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Ozzytrumpster

Matching his lip gloss

Cuppa Covfefe

And the rest of him.

Commie Pinko Fag, as they used to say…

singingsoul1

I wonder for whom Milley works? Surely not for the American people nor this country.
Incompetence is to easy and hides a lot of sins. What about the man is intentionally incompetent and that is treason. Is he owned by China by his ideology instead love for country upholding the constitution?
He should be the volunteer going to Afghanistan and bring our people home.

trumpismine

Hear Here!

singingsoul1

They are all coming out of the shadow.

Cuppa Covfefe

Instead of “Thoroughly Modern Milly” we have “Throroughly Thilly Milley”…. in Pink…

singingsoul1

Oh did not expect that 🙂

Deplorable Patriot

According to several sources, Milley hasn’t been in charge of anything since January.

trumpismine

Hypothetical defense:

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Ozzytrumpster

Yep. Play them at their own game

Aubergine

That’s how you do it.

RF121

Sorry if this was posted already. Travel day. Very good video on vax and what he is seeing in lab. Vax issues.

Gingersmom2009

I remember this guy from a few months ago. He owns labs in Idaho I think. 👍🏻

Grandmaintexas
Aubergine

Thanks for posting! I love this guy!

bflyjesusgrl

Sloppy Joe interrupts vacation to blame Trump… – CITIZEN FREE PRESS

I guarantee you he was asleep when his handlers sent this out.
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You endorsed this war for 16 years Creepy and you F’d up 45’s plan. YOU OWN THIS CATASTROPHE!! 🤬 🤬 🤬
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Ozzytrumpster

Afghanistan descending into hell again

bflyjesusgrl

PLEEZ PLEEZ DON’T HURT US

Yep, that always works 🙄🙄

scott467

islam has always respected weakness.

cthulhu

And agreements…..and most especially both at the same time.

Afghanistan, in one Wikipedia article:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1842_retreat_from_Kabul

scott467

GWB (Shrub) said islam was a religion of piece.

The hilarious thing is that he could make that claim every single day, from (pick any moment in history since islam began) to eternity, and never be right, not even once.

The obviousness of the lie is just breathtaking.

One of the seven wonders of the world is how Shrub managed to say it with a straight face.

Ozzytrumpster

Percentages
of the population
see”Islam’s bloody borders”

Cuppa Covfefe

And now the greens over here want to import Afghani refauxgees!
Of the refauxgees here now, only the Somalis and a few Moroccans are more ruthless, violent, murderous, and depraved (e.g. raping 90-year-old women and 8-year-old girls).

The religion of pieces continues its Satanic march through the West. Until and unless we get another Martel or Vlad the impaler (or a few of both)…

Meanwhile, back at the semiconductor shortage, maybe the deep state have given up on Afghanistan as a potential source of rare earths and other minerals, to go along with their “poppyseeds”…. since they now are interested in Greenland. Wonder if they realize it isn’t green anymore, and hasn’t been, for some time…..

Afghanistan could work their way out of their current mess by burning the poppy fields and mining the land underneath them for minerals (possibly oil, as well).

But that makes too much sense. And that’s something the Mozzies lack by far…

Ozzytrumpster

Ozzytrumpster

Interesting

Ozzytrumpster

barkerjim
mollypitcher5

A law abiding, tax paying, patriotic citizen one day and called an extremist the next day…

scott467

That’s nothing.

They have no idea what they are in my eyes.

barkerjim
bflyjesusgrl

China reportedly prepared to recognize the Taliban as Afghanistan’s legitimate rulers | Daily Mail Online

China ‘is prepared to recognize the Taliban as Afghanistan’s legitimate rulers as soon as Kabul falls’ in a blow to Biden’s strategy of international isolation and political pressure

  • Intelligence sources say China is preparing to recognize the Taliban’s legitimacy
  • Islamist militants now control two-thirds of Afghanistan after military blitz
  • They are closing in on Kabul following the withdrawal of US troops 
  • China has close ties with Pakistan, which some say is aiding the Taliban
  • Beijing seeks to expand trade and resource extraction in post-US Afghanistan
  • Taliban on Friday captured Herat in the west and Kandahar in the south
  • They now hold two-thirds of the country and half of the provincial capitals 
bflyjesusgrl

US Embassy will be evacuated in 72 HOURS and staff are already being rushed to Kabul airport | Daily Mail Online

McCarthy says Afghan withdrawal is an ’embarrassment’ but Biden blames Trump’s deal with the Taliban and says he ‘can’t make Kabul fight’: INCREASES troop deployment for evacuation to 5,000

  • President Biden has defended the American troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, and insisted: ‘One more year, or five more years, of US military presence would not have made a difference’
  • The withdrawal was blasted by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy as an ’embarrassment to our nation’
  • Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell called for airstrikes against the Taliban on Friday 
  • US Embassy will be evacuated in 72 hours, with some staffers already at Kabul airport, according to reports 
  • News of the evacuation broke shortly after the Taliban took the northern Afghan stronghold of Mazar-i-Sharif, and now controls the territories to the North, South and East of Kabul
  • US Embassy staff in Kabul will destroy ‘sensitive’ materials, which a Department of State spokesperson said was ‘standard operating procedure’ to avoid propaganda efforts
  • The first two waves of 5,000 Marines and Army soldiers arrived to help evacuate Kabul and the rest are expected to reach the city by Sunday evening 
  • Officials said two Marine battalions and an Army battalion were deployed to the Embassy 
  • The Taliban has moved within seven miles of Kabul and tightened their grip around the capital  
  • Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said, ‘Afghanistan is in serious danger of instability’
  • He said he’s engaging with Afghan and international leaders, and consultations are ‘urgently ongoing and the results will soon be shared’
  • President Joe Biden was on his way to Camp David in Maryland on Friday but didn’t speak to reporters and hasn’t made any public comments Saturday
bflyjesusgrl

Prez Ashraf Ghani will soon either be dead or on a flight to somewhere else.

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Cuppa Covfefe

Maybe I’m a little (OK, a lot) crazy, but WHY IN THE HE!! is there any SENSITIVE INFORMATION STILL THERE?????!!!!!!!!!!!!!

That should have been pulled/transmitted/shredded/whatever as soon as things started going pear-shaped. And considering all the wonderful TAXPAYER-PAID-FOR equipment, etc., that was left behind, you can well be sure that the Taliban are going to use it or sell it AGAINST US!!!

Trashing us on our time, our equipment, our people, and our dime. Just like the DEMONRATS, and their common (with the Taliban) father SATAN…

Wonder what sorts of FFs will be wrapped around this new idiocy of the Bye, Done Fakeadministration…..

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mollypitcher5

Things are going so well. I bet The Big Guy could get Hunter to paint a few insta masterpieces as gifts for their pals in China (is assho)

from ABC news
BEIJING — Chinese and Russian military forces are engaged in joint exercises in northwestern China as ties grow between the two autocratic states amid uncertainty over instability in Afghanistan. The exercises involving ground troops and air forces are due to continue through Friday in the Ningxia Hui Autonomous region.

mollypitcher5

The best tik tok you’ll ever see

Wolf Moon

“BUH BUH BUH THAT’S DIFFERENT!”

bflyjesusgrl

scott467

Burial at sea, dead or alive.

It’s the only way to be sure.

Ozzytrumpster

Cremation.
dead or alive

scott467

State sponsored funeral with all the bells and whistles, cork gun salute, etc. 👍

bflyjesusgrl
cthulhu

Assuming none of you are available, I want these guys as pallbearers.

bflyjesusgrl

😂😂

cthulhu

Back in the day, I was taking 3rd year High School Spanish from Señora Carlson, and we used to introduce these jokes into the curriculum.

I now realize that these probably caused some confusion in those who were barely getting by — as opposed to the 1/3 of the class who were native Spanish speakers and the other 1/3 who were getting credits in Spanish but who were seeing Latin roots everywhere.

Anyhoo, we were discussing reflexive verbs — those where “I took myself from place to place” or “you found yourself behind the wheel of a large automobile” or “I saw myself working in an office in five years.”

Turns out, there are a bunch of cute things that go on with them in Spanish. First, you have to conjugate the verb with the correct subject and tense, but then you also have to match the reflexive part to the subject…..

Which leads you quickly into discussions where Señora Carlson really didn’t want to go. For instance, “chingir se” — to f*** oneself. Oddly, you almost never hear this in any of the conjugated forms one might imagine, but rather as something like “Chinga te tu madre!” That is [command form][familiar you] chingir se [familiar you][familiar your][mother].

You might wonder why you wouldn’t want to “stand off” from such abuse, but the idiom says that these people are known and familiar to you……

Señora Carlson tried to stifle these discussions ASAP, but we’d still put G-rated jokes into things as well….and one was “boogiar se” — to move oneself from place to place in a hip, cool manner.” So we’d all “nos boogiamos” out of Spanish class for lunch and, at the end, say “necessito boogiarme” to my next class.

bflyjesusgrl

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scott467

This team was the winner of the biennial “How many different ways can you disrespect the dead in under 2:37” games. 👍😁

cthulhu

I’m not sure why this would disrespect the important part of me that was free. It would, however, help share my love with those left behind.

So, yeah — friends would be my first choice, showmen would be my second.

mollypitcher5

Yeah but…. “A NYT reporter on CNN justifying Obama’s huge maskless birthday bash because he only invited “a sophisticated, vaccinated crowd” is about as emblematic of liberal discourse as it gets,” Greenwald …

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Cuppa Covfefe

Wonder if they’ve tested positive for anything else? 😀
(Except IQ, none detected…)….

bflyjesusgrl

NO EXCUSE for Creepy’s FAILURE.

General Tata on Bongino said Creepy went against Sec Def, Milley, and CENTCOM’s recommendations on withdrawal. And NO Red Psucki, the Taliban don’t give a crap what they look like on the World stage and will not be sitting down for tea to discuss.

mollypitcher5

In all fairness Red Jen and her pervert boss were busy with super important work…

bflyjesusgrl

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cthulhu

Totally works for me:

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scott467

Looks like Leon is getting larger…

cthulhu

Fun with street names:

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And a little anecdote from the Donald C. Tillman Water Reclamation Plant in the San Fernando Valley (later used as “Bill & Ted University” in the appropriate movie)…. Turns out the Landscape Architect for the project was named Wong (maybe Bill Wong?).

So, when all the bigwigs came to the big dedication ceremony and were given a tour around the place, one of the previously unnamed service roads on the property had a street sign that said “Wong Way”. This was not on the plans, not approved, not managed….it just was a whim by the crew making street signs.

bflyjesusgrl

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cthulhu

Potential headline: “Grace Comes to Haiti; Thousands Dead”.