Dear KMAG: 20211004 Joe Biden Didn’t Win ❀ open Topic

Joe Biden didn’t win. This is our Real President:

This Stormwatch Monday Open Thread is VERY OPEN – a place for everybody to post whatever they feel they would like to tell the White Hats, and the rest of the MAGA/KAG/KMAG world (with KMAG being a bit of both).

Yes, it’s Monday…again.

But it’s okay!  We’ll make our way through it.

Free Speech is practiced here at the Q Tree. But please keep it civil. We’re on the same side here so let’s not engage in friendly fire.

If you find yourself in a slap fight, we ask that you take it outside to The U Tree…which is also a good place to report any technical difficulties, if you’re unable to report them here.

Please also consider the Important Guidelines, outlined here. Let’s not give the odious Internet Censors a reason to shut down this precious haven that Wolf has created for us.

Please pray for our real President, the one who actually won the election:

For your listening enjoyment, I offer this from Perły i Łotry, titled ‘My Mother Told Me’ (Viking Chant):

And this from Elephant Music, titled ‘Mist On the River’:

Our beloved country is under Occupation by hostile forces.

We can give in to despair…or we can be defiant and fight back in any way that we can.

I will keep saying Joe Biden didn’t win until we get His Fraudulency out of our White House.

Wheatie’s Word of the Day:


Taciturn is an adjective which means…calm and reserved; a person of few words; not loud and talkative. Taciturnity is a noun which means…a state of being taciturn.

Used in a sentence:

Demoncrats mistake our taciturn behavior as acceptance of their lawlessness, when in fact we are contemplating how best to destroy them.

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Love the Wheel of Fortune puzzle.


Just another Happy Monday wheatietoo 😊 

I asked our Engineers and they said there’s no A.I. program strong enough to translate Joe Biden!


“I’d like to buy a vowel…”




Just to stick a flag in the ground, Robert Baker’s adventures in Linux are going nowhere near how I’d hoped and envisioned they would….but through misadventure, he seems to be making more progress in important areas. With tangled communications, he managed to kick the firewall into operation using his own devices. Similarly, he got apt unstuck by hitting it with a large stick. Possibly the most important thing to learn about Linux is how to be fearless….and at that, he’s progressing nicely.

With apt working, we can play in the CLI a little bit longer, then start doing “basement to penthouse tours” of some things. Once we’ve seen how the things in the pretty menus connect to the engine compartment, we’ll do a tour of the menus [thankfully, on Pi’s, they’re brief]. We may do detours to interface with Android, or discuss various applications, or load alternate browsers.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I admire both your and his fortitude, and I welcome this example as the best possible advertisement for my “easy button” approach to Linux using granny distros and live CDs. 😉 😍 😅


Yeah, except that I just “grannie distro’d” a 32-bit laptop I had around (I want its screen) and had many of the same sort of issues. The biggest problem that we’ve had is the time lag in updating the blog comments.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Yeah, well there’s your problem right there. 32 bit systems (“Pentium” to you grannies!) are now certified hacker-level “will it run” stuff, and no recent version of a granny distro WORKS on any of them.

On the other hand, any 64-bit system from a few years back with a DVD drive will run a Ubuntu live DVD without any intervention other than – at most – “entering setup on the computer” (COUGH, granny for BIOS) and getting the DVD to boot.


Actually, I got skewered by religious purism.

I could get Wolf chuckling pretty easily from there, but I’m afraid that I have to explain the joke a bit more for most out there.

To begin with, there was Multics. This was a fully-funded project by Bell Labs, MIT, and General Electric to develop an operating system for the GE-645 mainframe. A lot of very smart people were involved, many of whom would qualify to be on their parents’ health insurance if they were the same age today.

Eventually, however, the political winds blew another way, and anyone who hadn’t previously fled was organizationally orphaned. They snagged a PDP-11 and made a raggle-taggle imitation of Multics, which they called UNIX. Surprisingly, the UNIX project grew legs that the Multics project never could have imagined. In 1973, the project was rewritten in C [another salvaged research project by many of the same guys. Its name was also an inside joke — the funded project was “BCPL”, the skeleton that remained when they lost funding was “B”, and the rewritten, purified version was “C”. The joke was that the next version would be “P” and nobody would know why].

From about 1978 to 1991, there was a total clusterfark of attempts to put UNIX in the mainstream. The Free Software Foundation got so pissed that they started the GNU project — “GNU’s Not Unix” — in 1984. By 1991, they had all the pieces of a UNIX system free of AT&T code — compilers and all — except a kernel.

And Linus Torvalds, a grad student in Finland, wrote one. On a 386.

From a standard “business plan” sort of outlook, everyone involved so far seems bats**t crazy. Linus, the FSF, the GNU guys…..oh — but, wait — then we get the monks from Debian.

Debian rolled out in 1993. They treat proprietary code as if it were burning pitch. They must be the purest, to be not contaminated with it. It’s actually a very successful gig — there are a LOT of Debian servers out there.

But where it falls apart is on laptops. Laptops typically have proprietary video drivers, proprietary network drivers, and (in the case of the one I was working with) proprietary disk drivers. Debian is nice enough to provide tools to install such firmware — insulated tongs, insulated pry-bars, face shields, gauntlets — but they don’t like it. And they will not traffic with such demon-spawn files — you have to go get them yourself, from whatever hell-pit you may wish to consort with.

Most of the major distributions have abandoned 32-bit kernels, and I wanted to light-up this 32-bit laptop so I could use its screen….Debian still offers 32-bit, so I figured it’d be easy……then religious purism got me in the butt. I could load Debian if I didn’t need a screen, network, or hard disk.

So, now it’s running Zorin (sounds like a Bond villain, but is a distro out of Ireland).


I’m looking for RB to get here and say he’s done with cows and wants MOAR!!!!


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Just to let you know it appears my apt upgrade is complete. It took quite a while todownload. Just left the machine on overnight. Now when I type sudo apt upgrade it returns

the following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required: gconf-service gconf2-common libgconf-2-4 python-colorzero 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded

I think we may be ready. Fruit Loop is ready to Elvis. I think.

Baker’s Law # 75: If I’m guessing I’m thinking.


You may, at your leisure, type “sudo apt autoremove” and it will get rid of those no-longer-required packages. It’ll keep nagging you, and the list will grow longer over time, so there’s no hurry.

If you go back to “LINUX IS INFESTED WITH TALKING COWS”, all those things should now work properly.

Let me know when you’re done with plain cows (and elephants), and we’ll find something more interesting for them to talk about.


My Linux cows are grazing quietly in the Fruit Loop meadow. Who knew- buy a computer and become a rancher.


Hopefully you got a stegasaurus and elephant in there, as well (as you learned by using “man cowsay”). And have had them say and think a few different things.

Now, there’s another old, old program, but I don’t remember what its package name is. So I can just type “apt search fortune” and see what I get…..

Looks like the one we particularly want is “fortune-mod”. If you have any interest in other fortunes or languages, feel free to install those as well.

When you use “sudo apt install”, you can just list packages you want to install and apt will install all of them — sudo apt install p1 p2 p3 p4. Note that there is no comma between them (and you have to use real package names).

While we’re at it, let’s drill in on why you used sudo for “apt install” but not for “apt search”. You, as “pi”, are a lowly user. This is good, because it keeps you from doing much and getting into too much trouble.

You have also been included into groups — to see them, just type “groups” and hit return. That gives you additional access.

…..and, then, there is the “superuser” — AKA “root” — who can see everything and do everything. There’s actually an su command (see man) to “become” this superuser (NOT ADVISED). Or you can ask that a single command be done as if by the superuser — “su do….” or “sudo”. When you are making permanent changes to the system, you will generally have to use sudo, even if it’s just to install or remove silly programs. Just seeing what packages are available does not change the system…..sudo is not needed for this.

You will note that sudo is required for “apt update” and “apt upgrade”. Upgrade is obvious, but why is it required for a “mere” update? Simply put, it’s because telling the system that there is a newer version of something can sometimes have it make truly awful mistakes.

Once fortune installs, take a quick gander at its man entry. Maybe run it a couple of times — “fortune” return. Let me know when you’ve done this.

And reflect on this a bit…..your pi system is different from most of the others out there (because it includes cowsay and fortune), but they’re all Linux systems. “Learning Linux” can’t be learning all the possible permutations of programs.


I believe I am up to date. Fortune was installed. I looked at the manual. I am getting deja vu from the early 90s when I used Delphi to ride the web.


You have a new batch of stuff nearer the end of this thread (on page 2).


It wouldn’t have been much more difficult that bringing the hammer up the light post to bring a battery-powered Sawzall……just sayin’…..


No, just sit like he’s sitting and saw off the camera branch. Switch to the other side, prune the other camera. Sling the saw, and slide down the pole. Easy-peasy.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Yes! Camera intact if you tied it off with a rope first, just like taking down a tree.


“Ho, ho, ho! Now I’ve got a camera!”

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

If you’re trying to invoke McLane and Gruber, the Ho Ho Ho was at the end.


I guess I was invoking McGruber and Lane.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Yeah, that would account for it!

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

He definitely needed a new plan.

  • upward strikes on the camera front end
  • downward strikes on the front end
  • smash the optics
  • tie a rope to the camera
  • rip out the electronics

Personally, were I crossing that line of civil disobedience, I’d want to take the damn camera to create sophisticated weaponry.


Or just defray costs.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

A hot camera is a quick recipe for ending your revolutionary career right there.

The next time the other side should see that camera is when the missile it’s guiding is 6 feet away from their Fuehrerbunker.


Them cameras are a menace to Freedom.


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There is a paint called yshield. Two coats will lower RF power levels about 30 dB. It very black. Imagine paint balls loaded with yshield paint. Mini cell installations depend on the RF reaching the other end of things. What kinds of sand in the machine are possible with that setup?

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Interesting stuff!


^^^ Sawzall worked in Hong Kong.

Could just cut the wire for short term disable.

IF they had 2A, a steady hand and single round would take the camera out. Pennies. Rinse. Repeat.

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Now if we can just get a saloonkeeper to slide a polar bear down the bar and out the window……

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Make it two polar bears, that way you can make it a bipolar joke.


Maybe, the lone polar bear IS bipolar. 🙂


If there were two bipolar polar bears, would the group be a quadrapolar? And could it then fly?




Great word of the week! It dovetails the concept of the silent majority.

I like how tacit and taciturn are related. Tacit consent is silent, and to be taciturn is also to be silent. Both are from the Latin tacitus. Knowing that the words are related helps me remember to pronounce taciturn with a soft “c” as in tacit, instead of a hard one, as in tack.

tacit (adj.)

c. 1600, “silent, unspoken,” from French tacite and directly from Latin tacitus “that is passed over in silence, done without words, assumed as a matter of course, silent,” past participle of tacere “be silent, not speak,” from suffixed form of PIE root *tak- “to be silent” (source also of Gothic þahan, Old Norse þegja “to be silent,” Old Norse þagna “to grow dumb,” Old Saxon thagian, Old High German dagen “to be silent”). The musical instruction tacet is the 3rd person present singular of the Latin verb. Related: Tacitly.

taciturn (adj.)

“habitually silent,” 1771, back-formation from taciturnity, or from French taciturne (15c.), from Latin taciturnus “not talkative, noiseless.”

taciturnity (n.)

mid-15c., from Old French taciturnité, from Latin taciturnitatem (nominative taciturnitas) “a being or keeping silent,” from taciturnus “disposed to be silent,” from tacitus “silent” (see tacit).


Thank you for your efforts every week!

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Fascinating stuff – particularly the letter “thorn”!!!

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Be careful reading about this rune-related stuff – y’all may turn into a white supremacist! 😉

Valerie Curren

Buffalo Boy lurks in the wings 🙂

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

If you start feeling the need for tattoos and spears, quickly switch on NPR!

Valerie Curren

Low to No-T will be quickly incoming 🙂

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

“Buffalo gals, won’t you come out, tonight…..” 😆
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Valerie Curren

Werewolves of London seeking…for fun & possible future relationship 😉

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

For real low-T, real men always insist in HIGH-X!!!
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Valerie Curren

XX vs XY might also be a preference unless Buffalo “Gals” is some type of euphemism!

My son was discussing a soccer team he’s played called chix & dix & I’d originally misheard him as Chicks with Dicks & I’m like you played an entire Tranny Team??? My bad, it was just creative co-ed marketing LOL!


There’s also this thing called «buffalo wings» and it is said that those taste like chicken…

Outside of context (or Iceland or old literature from either side of the North Sea), «thorn» give association to roses. But if I type compose-t-h I get the thorn character, þ, so that’s something.

Foxtrot Juliett Bravo, and since it has been a while since last time:

Epstein didn’t kill himself and Biden didn’t win.

Valerie Curren

Nice! In my experience Buffalo Wings actually ARE chicken 😉


No flying buffaloes where you live?

Valerie Curren


Cuppa Covfefe

Hence their name.

If you can’t buffal-high, Buffalo…

Valerie Curren



Indeed they are. I was tacitly implying that, by referring to how they taste.

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Valerie Curren

chicken tastes like everything 😉


Foxtrot Juliet Bravo

like !  👍 


Foxtrot Juliett Bravo
..and the hoes that rode him in.  😀 

Cuppa Covfefe

Gack…. that there’d rune my whole day 😀


Very interesting how a symbol that resembles the letter “p” had the “th” sound, and how it changed over time. I did not know that it is used in computer coding, either.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Dealing with languages and symbols is one of the most difficult and yet rewarding parts of computing. Unicode covers everything – even dead languages – but letters like thorn that are still in use are covered by character sets long predating Unicode variants.

Valerie Curren


It’s been interesting to read some comments on this YouTube video, which I haven’t watched. A lot of them seem to discuss pattern recognition skills.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Thanks, but I refuse to watch. Once I figured out how the other side uses viral self-discreditation to limit us, I turned away from all their “diagnostics”.

This is where Gottlieb chemistry comes in. The science of invoking disorders (both temporarily and permanently) is far more advanced than the public realizes. Once I figured THAT out, even more things made sense. CIA has much to answer for.

Categorization precedes control. That’s how they control science as well. It’s all fascinating. Part of the “great awakening” is to realize all these aspects of control.

I am not faulting those who enter the “special needs” matrix, but once one enters any of their categorization systems, one is committed to all the controls that are built upon it with great intention. In some cases this is absolutely necessary. In other cases, however, it is not. The expansiveness is part of the “not”. But it is very intentional as part of the control of humanity.

Stated differently, I worked with a lot of brilliant people, but in many cases, I saw how they were hobbled by controlling self-perceptions. Studying those, I’ve come to realize that this is a tactic of those who seek to control us.

The systems DEPEND upon self-entry, self-diagnosis, self-acceptance, and ultimately self-discreditation.

So I rebel against it. Perhaps it’s just the Indian in me. 😉

Valerie Curren

“The systems DEPEND upon self-entry, self-diagnosis, self-acceptance, and ultimately self-discreditation.”

& apparently self-deception

I appreciate all you’ve shared here & w/ so many of my family labeled as ADHD I get much of what you refer to. The title of a book I never (yet) read, Hunter in a Farmer’s World, seems a paradigm to de-stigmatize ADHD & view those “differences” as assets rather than liabilities. Vive la difference!

When first coming to the Q-Tree you or someone else explained “autists” as those having or admiring traits typical in autism, & many of such individuals becoming part of the Anon phenomenon.

Reading some of the comments in the video above seemed to show quite a few people who felt connected to autism (as presented in the video presumably) & then to each other as they shared some of their quirky traits & identified w/ each other…it’s a fascinating read but much of it All could be contrived by IC/Deep State etc…

The phenomenon you describe somewhat happened to me almost a decade ago when I was researching special needs info online in prep for yet another special ed battle advocating for my son. Material was about ADHD in girls & though I was just skim reading there were multiple “ah ha” moments for me. Fairly disconcerting that desire to discover a group you Might be a part of, especially when your natural tendency is toward isolationism.

We are All fearfully & wonderfully made & God created the tapestry of humanity, EACH of us in His Image. Who are we to label & marginalize others or ourselves when He has gifted Each of us with our unique life!

Thanks for yet again exposing the lies!


I had this cat many years ago. It would sit and stare at the wall. We called her “frue frue” because we were sure she was dumb and batty… then a move came and she was gifted to a horse farm that needed a couple more barn cats. Checking back in later we learned she was an excellent mouser.

Valerie Curren

Yes some things are much more purposeful than easily realized…

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Yes, I believe it was part of the original IBM PC upper 128, or perhaps the next one that didn’t include all the box drawing characters.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Thorn and eth are both still used in Iceland (the language there has hardly changed since Viking days). The first is for the th in thing, the other for the th in that (same articulation but voiced).

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Cuppa Covfefe

And both of those got a lot of exposure when that unpronouceable Volcano cut loose a few years back… at least Katla is easier to pronounce (and louder when it blows…)….

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

I was actually able to remember the first four syllables of that name and pronounce them well enough that an Icelander congratulated me on doing better than almost any other (non-Icelander, of course) he had heard. Just about everyone else would bodge it before the end of the four syllables, apparently.

It didn’t have thorn and eth in it.

I noticed while there I had trouble even seeing the cross bar in capital Eth and would mistake it for D. Apparently D is rare there; most of the “D”s I saw were Eths.

Valerie Curren

I Always think of this scene when hearing or reading the word Taciturn!

We Love that movie!!!

T shows up around 40 seconds into clip…

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I was just going to comment on that… why does her neck look 3+ times longer than it should be?

It’s like some kind of space alien… 😂

Must be a trick of the camera angle though, because when I watched the clip, the length of her neck looks perfectly normal 👍😁

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

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Adam Schiff offspring?

Sylvia Avery

THAT freak. I’ve been able to forget, for long blissful months, that I ever saw him……and then something reminds me. And right before I was going to close my eyes and go to sleep, too. Eeek! 👀

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

LOL! Sorry! Just look at Ms. Knightley and it will relieve your heebie-jeebies, I promise you!!! 😉

Sylvia Avery

She’s very pretty, but uh……well…..I don’t swing that way, Wolfie! 😁😁😁😁😁😁 I need an XY antidote!!!

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

You need CLINT EASTWOOD!!! Known for his “longneck” – whoops – I mean long neck! 😉
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Sylvia Avery

He DOES have a long neck! I never really noticed before. That’s a YUGE improvement over the antifa freak! Bonus points for shirtless pic, Wolfie! 😍😍😍

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

You ask – WE PROVIDE! 😉

Cuppa Covfefe

Here’s another longneck, for reference 🙂
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(Heyyy… beer makes you smart: It made Bud wiser 🙂 )…..

Valerie Curren

We don’t do many chick flicks around here but that one has stood the test of time. We always have to replay the Darcy & Elizabeth scene in the rain several times…sigh!

Sylvia Avery

Love it too, Valerie!

Valerie Curren


Deplorable Patriot

I’m sorry, but after the BBC production with Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle….


This is my second favorite. My first favorite is Lawrence Olivier in P&P. 😁

Valerie Curren

Have to look that one up too 🙂

Valerie Curren

I’ve never seen that one 🙁

Deplorable Patriot

It’s five hours, or six episodes, but worth EVERY minute. The perfect marriage of score with story, and the secondary characters just come alive.

Valerie Curren

Well that sounds like fun so will search it out. Thanks for the tip!


A noisy shout-out to the author of the Annals and the Histories!


I remember Sundance posting this GIF at the Conservative Treehouse a long while ago. The first time I saw it was there.

The hole takes on a new meaning when looking at it as the deep, dark pit of vaccination that so many people are blindly running to jump into.

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Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy



I know I’m taking this out of context, but I still think it applies to this gif image.

My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.
Hosea 4:6

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Cuppa Covfefe

Gives a whole new meaning to “Event Horizon”…


Steam locomotives have “nicknames” based on the number of lead wheels, drive wheels, and following wheels, known as “Whyte notation”. Once you know this, you tend to “scope out” locomotives to determine what they are.

The train in the GIF looked like it might be a 4-8-4 “Northern”, but it went by so fast and threw up so much ice that it was hard to tell. There might be a picture in a station that would be easier to read.


If this was posted before, I missed it.

Well this didn’t make any headlines.

Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller insulted Trump and told his family to “stop tweeting about me” before his arest.

The [Facebook] post was made on the 25th of last month before he was incarcerated.

“President Trump. I was told by everyone to kiss the ring because of your following and power. I refuse. While I respect your foreign policy positions, I hate how you divided the country. I don’t need or want your help. You do not have the ability to pull US together. You may even win the next election. But your generation’s time is running out. Tell your son to stop tweeting about me. Your whole family knows nothing about US or our sacrifices. I could never work with you. I’d rather sit in jail and be released with a dishonorable than make compromises in my beliefs.”

Not only that post, but he replies to others commenting on his post and calls Trump a liar.

Read the full post — The story is 100% true…

Scheller also criticized General Flynn and called him a liar:

“General Flynn. You gave interviews about me. Pretending to understand me. You are the same as the rest. You were caught in a lie. My generation is sick of your lies. We are not the same. Stop speaking my name as if you understand me. You could never understand US.”


The MAGA community has raised more than $2 million for a Marine officer despite the fact he is strongly anti-Trump. Jailed Marine Stuart Scheller has demanded that the Trump family stop helping his case, saying he would “rather sit in jail” than get help from the former president.

Michael Yon had this to say in his email report to many of us on September 29.

“I’ve had a chance to confirm Stew Scheller actually did write the rambling posts attributed to him — that led to his being locked up. Now, I must recalculate the paradigm: Stew comes across as if he has an alcohol problem.

“He even published that he was drinking while writing.

“The underlying facts remain true that leadership completely botched Afghanistan, and a lot more…but Stew needs to get himself together. Stew himself is demonstrating poor leadership attributes. Though I greatly respect that he has decided to step into the arena unless he made this decision beyond the bounds of sober mind.

“Stew surely is making an appearance of an irrational man. A rational military officer would never put to paper and to public that he is drinking while cogitating Revolution.”

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Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

YUP. People who spotted the sketchiness early on were RIGHT. He was almost certainly DRINKING at key points in the process.

And THAT makes the military decisions surrounding him look better all the time.


If alcohol is that much a part of his behavior, then he has bigger problems than we knew. What a disappointment that someone whom we thought was a patriot, unafraid to speak up, might just be an alcoholic.

Deplorable Patriot

Not an alcoholic. Someone who makes poor decisions when drinking. If he was a true alcoholic, he never would have achieved the rank he did.


If he were an alcoholic, I imagine the worst manifestations of it would have shown after he achieved his rank. A person who makes poor decisions while drinking could make efforts to rectify them. Instead, he is doubling down. There might be more than alcohol in play.


I was one of those “early-spotters,” and knew something about this guy was WAY off. Did you check out that website I posted that he referred to in his second video? Really cultist and strange stuff.

This guy is NOT one to support. He is a TRAP.



Yes, the organization is certainly different. But, did they suggest lefty shit, socialism, Nazi crap…

  • Not so sure the organization being different, makes the organization B A D for America, Democracy…
  • Granted, I looked less than five minutes. Saw it as different, but still a nothing burger.


IF calling out “Leadership” to be “accountable” IS a trap, yep, Scheller IS B A D.

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The trap is, he is a nut-job. We follow and support the nut-job, and are tarred with the same brush. Guilt by association. Call it whatever, but that’s what they do to us.


Oh. Not falling for that ^^^ trap either. They want us to do that.


Reminds me of a hostage or POW, who is coerced into making public statements against his own government.


Much ado about almost nothing.

Considering everything at stake, simply goofy shit that folks highlight.

Maintaining focus, perspective is necessary.

Scheller IS a Patriot.


Well, when someone attacks two mega-patriots like PDJT and Gen. Flynn, I start to wonder what his definition of patriotism is — especially when he says Trump divided the country and doesn’t know how to unite it, which is the opposite of the truth. I have nothing but Scheller’s words to go on, and his words are divisive and anti-MAGA patriots, the kind of things Leftists say. He is the one who has lost focus.


Oh. Yea. It IS easy to beat on Scheller.

The ONLY Active military member of ~1.4 MILLION in the US to demand accountability for Afghanistan.

He is in an incredibly difficult situation with the Corps. The Corps, of all the Services has zero tolerance for those breaking ranks with the official narrative.

The last thing Scheller needs IS folks that may make his situation more difficult. If that happens to includes folks we are STRONGLY aligned with, so be it. This includes Trump, Jr and Flynn.

At the risk of repetition…3, 2, 1..

MAGA folks BITCH SLAP, the ONLY Active military member of ~1.4 MILLION in the US to demand accountability for Afghanistan.

As IF Scheller is the bad guy. The lefty. UFB.


I understand your point, but Scheller is doing his own bitch-slapping.


Oh. Yep. Gotcha. Huh? No. NO. NOT.



I’m genuinely trying to understand your point. I understand you to say Scheller is in a tough position with the Corps and doesn’t need people on the outside chiming in. So are you saying he feels it necessary to rebuke them publicly to somehow mitigate the trouble he’s in?

Serious questions: Do you think he doesn’t believe the things he said but felt he had to say them? Or do you think he believes what he said? Wouldn’t a more measured “Please stop reaching out for now; you’re hurting my situation, not helping” serve as well?

I don’t understand why he gets excused for saying these things (and I want to understand):

“President Trump. I was told by everyone to kiss the ring because of your following and power. I refuse. While I respect your foreign policy positions, I hate how you divided the country. I don’t need or want your help. You do not have the ability to pull US together. You may even win the next election. But your generation’s time is running out. Tell your son to stop tweeting about me. Your whole family knows nothing about US or our sacrifices. I could never work with you. I’d rather sit in jail and be released with a dishonorable than make compromises in my beliefs.”

“General Flynn. You gave interviews about me. Pretending to understand me. You are the same as the rest. You were caught in a lie. My generation is sick of your lies. We are not the same. Stop speaking my name as if you understand me. You could never understand US.”


Quite sure, none of my thoughts will be acceptable, agreed to or anything else. It’s OK. They ARE my thoughts.

Fundamentally, Scheller rates the benefit of the doubt by me. Others are welcome to condemn him or whatever THEY FEEL IS WARRANTED.

— My replies in bold and underlined, (IF I don’t screw it up.)

I’m genuinely trying to understand your point. I understand you to say Scheller is in a tough position with the Corps and doesn’t need people on the outside chiming in. Guaranteed. So are you saying he feels it necessary to rebuke them publicly to somehow mitigate the trouble he’s in? Doubtful conclusion suggested. But, possibly. IIRC, and do NOT care to get entangled in endless back and forth, Not my words at all. ME. While well intention, Trump, Flynn and Jr did NOTHING positive for Scheller. Likely THOUGHT they did. OR so I hope was their motivation…

Serious questions: Do you think he doesn’t believe the things he said but felt he had to say them? Don’t know. Or do you think he believes what he said? I assume so. Wouldn’t a more measured “Please stop reaching out for now; you’re hurting my situation, not helping” serve as well? Measured, perhaps. But, ONLY Scheller fully understands his BELIEFS, MOTIVATIONS and SITUATION.

I don’t understand why he gets excused for saying these things (and I want to understand):
“President Trump. I was told by everyone to kiss the ring because of your following and power. I refuse. While I respect your foreign policy positions, I hate how you divided the country. I don’t need or want your help. You do not have the ability to pull US together. You may even win the next election. But your generation’s time is running out. Tell your son to stop tweeting about me. Your whole family knows nothing about US or our sacrifices. I could never work with you. I’d rather sit in jail and be released with a dishonorable than make compromises in my beliefs.”
“General Flynn. You gave interviews about me. Pretending to understand me. You are the same as the rest. You were caught in a lie. My generation is sick of your lies. We are not the same. Stop speaking my name as if you understand me. You could never understand US.”

  • I Did NOT “excuse” them. NOR do I AGREE with Scheller’s words. Ultimately, I IGNORED them.
  • Rose above whatever butt hurt feelings I may have initially had, and recognized, the qualms about Scheller’s words are NOT IMPORTANT in the big scheme of things.
  • NOT for Scheller. NOT for Trump. NOT for Flynn. NOT For Jr. NOT for MAGA. NOT for America. Damn sure NOT for me.

Honestly, with ALL my mind and heart, i have bigger things to fret over. Take issue with. AND work to over come. Schellers words ABOVE are NOT my concern.


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Valerie Curren

Thanks for sharing your thoughts more expansively here KBK. Never having been in the military, nor having familial military connections as part of my family culture there is No Way I could ever fully imagine what you or Scheller have experienced or how either of you might think or express yourselves for any situation.

It’s “easy” to observe from the outside & pass judgement but I would think None of us would want to be the recipient of such judgement were the roles reversed.

May God’s grace & truth prevail.

I’m thankful that Scheller stood up & spoke truth to power, on Afghanistan!!! I’m also saddened by some of his other statements, but this is America & we should All have the right to Fully Free & unfettered Speech, especially those who put their lives on the line to continue to ensure that those freedoms endure!


I really appreciate your taking the time to respond. I am not condemning Scheller and am not “butt-hurt” about what he said. It’s just kind of shocking.

Quite sure, none of my thoughts will be acceptable, agreed to or anything else.

I do accept your thoughts and respect your perspective since you are retired military, I believe. I also appreciate Scheller’s calling for accountability. Thanks again for responding.


I’m sick and tired of people (reporters?) asking Fauci what we can and can’t do for the holidays. We will do as we please. Only those who are too scared will refuse to socialize. We don’t need Fauci’s pronouncements. He is a known liar and makes things up as he goes. He has ZERO power to tell us what to do or not to do.
GWP: “It’s Too Soon to Tell” – Fauci When Asked if Americans Can Gather For Christmas

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Exactly. People GIVE POWER to that creep just by asking.



Yeah, I couldn’t believe a reporter would ask such a stupid question. My family has celebrated each holiday as we always do ever since this began. And we will again this year as well.


“Yeah, I couldn’t believe a reporter would ask such a stupid question.”


It was pure scripted propaganda. There is nothing legitimate going on between the interviewer and the interviewee.

It’s a scripted routine and they are each reading or playing their parts.

Nothing more, nothing less.

There is nothing organic or spontaneous or genuine about any of it.

It’s not ‘news’, it’s the narrative promotion, propaganda and demoralization department of Cabal.


Pure psy-op.

That’s what MSM is.


“I’m sick and tired of people (reporters?) asking Fauci what we can and can’t do for the holidays. We will do as we please.”


It’s part of the demoralization game.

It’s all scripted.

No normal person would ever ask that question, it’s the interview equivalent of “when did you stop beating your wife?”, except instead of using a loaded question to attack the person being interviewed, they use a loaded question to facilitate the person being interviewed.

The only kind of person who would would ask such a question is someone who, knowing the answer in advance, wants to demoralize or spread fear.

Someone whose job it is to tee it up for the person being interviewed

And that’s exactly what they did.

Deplorable Patriot

The problem isn’t what we can or can’t do. It’s how hysterical those around us are about following dictates.


I rather enjoy watching it DP. Let me explain.

I don’t have much in the way of mercy for people who are so stupid they would sacrifice relationships with God, family, and friends by personally choosing to believe lies and the father of lies; especially when they have people close to them who can educate and mentor them into truth. So when it happens – the box gets checked on foe or sheeple because they just insulted my intelligence, our relationship, and my value as a fellow American.

The Word says to endure until the end. That doesn’t sound like it will be fun, just sounds like it needs to be done to be obedient to the Lord first and foremost.

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Valerie Curren

Fun opener Wheatie, thanks!

Your 3 legged man made me think of a story told by Jan Moss, a parent of an autistic son who made several motivational presentations at Siblings of Special Needs Kids conferences in Michigan, back when my kids were still school age.

Jan’s autistic son was an adult by the time she told some of her tales but she recounted the complexity of listing ALL of his disabling conditions on the Selective Service post card. Apparently as her son was going through puberty he became fascinated, & verbal, about astonishing changes in “manland”. Jan described this transformation in her son’s words to the Draft Board–“may need third shoe”!

Glad to see someone like Jan’s son is able to get around on his own power! 😉

Valerie Curren

You Always provide a great way to start the new “work” week! Blessings <3


Here’s another interview with Dr. Zelenko and Brother Bugnolo. It’s about an hour and 8 minutes but Dr. Z strikes all the right notes.

Cuppa Covfefe

Interesting logo (above the weasel-worded bafflegab) for Biontech. Incomplete “B”, three-line “E”, and incomplete “H” (looks like a chair or a step-stool)…

Wonder if there’s some steganography going on there to the ‘leets…

Valerie Curren

Wolf, did you turn off Pinterest access to Q-Tree or is it yet another form of sneaky attack going on?

I just tried to pin the Pfizer meme from Dr. Z & got a “pinning isn’t allowed” from this domain or site, I believe. Never seen That one before…

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I’d have to look at the URL of the image or the page that it’s on.

Valerie Curren

No I don’t think so. Usually I just hover over an image here & when signed into Pinterest a red “save” button appears in the upper left corner. Sometimes I have to click that. Sometimes to the save button’s immediate right a larger save button showing the last category I’ve saved to appears. I can click That Save OR select a down caret which opens a small new window that allows me to select one of my categories to save, or create a new category to save it too.

Sometimes nothing happens when I try either of the above. In that case I’ll right-click the image & chose “save to Pinterest” which opens a similar window as above.

If that doesn’t work I also have Pinterest icon just above the black WP notifications bar & if I chose that it usually loads a different larger window that might display ALL the pinable images from your current Q-Tree page from which I can sometimes select up to 20 to Pin to a chosen category.

This time the Pin button above notifications is now grayed out instead of Red (it was Red reading yesterday’s thread) & when I clicked it I got that notification.

It’s possible that I’ve pinned too many controversial things from Q-Tree & I’ve been banned (again) by Pinterest. Let me see if I can potentially pin something from Not Q-Tree…

OK I just jumped to another tab & can still Pin from it…

So the issue seems to be at Q-Tree Now & it wasn’t like a half hour earlier, or at least on yesterday’s thread…

Not re-reading so sorry for any confusion. It’s too much of a pain to read this much text in the notifier…

Valerie Curren

Here’s what I see when clicking the gray Pin button above the notifier black ribbon:

“The Q-Tree says

Sorry, pinning is not allowed from this domain. Please contact the site operator if you have any questions.”


Hope that info I just shared is helpful for you if it is actually some other kid of attack…

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I see no reason at the moment why it worked before and stopped working now.

If there is a change, it would have to be at our hosting company. OR Pinterest is experiencing problems connecting to the site in the same fashion that we do, or in a similar fashion.

Valerie Curren

Perhaps…I just wanted to share the details with you in case the info can be helpful. I can live w/out pinning capability here, but it’s how I currently share images, until I break down & self-censor to re-access twit world…my very minor contribution to digital “warfare” 🙂

Valerie Curren

OK, I just checked another open Q-Tree tab

& it is Still allowing me to Pin from it.

The problem appears to be Today’s page so maybe some unique new attack?

Hope this helps your trouble-shooting…Blessings!

Valerie Curren

OK, for good measure I opened the below Pfizer meme from Dr Z, shared by Wheatie, & the Pin buttons work on that .jpg file but they wouldn’t allow a Save to go through…

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Frankly, I am certain it’s nothing at my end. This is between your browser and Pinterest.

Wheatie’s meme is on GAB. If Pinterest has a problem loading from Gab, that’s THEIR problem.

Valerie Curren

So you saw the note the said the “theQTree said” right? & since I can still pin from that Other Q-Tree page the issue still seems suspect, at least to me. I’ll try a page reload & see if it makes a difference…

Valerie Curren

After re-loading all the various Pinterest options Appear to work AND I could save the meme that P wouldn’t even let me save from it’s own tab  🙄 

Valerie Curren

OK, fwiw I reloaded This Q-Tree page & Now the Pin button is red above & also working on hover over the image mode & then I Was allowed to save that Pfizer meme to my “Depravity” Pinterest category…hmmm

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

It’s software. And I would bet that it’s weak code in the browser integration – the “Pinterest extension” or whatever it is. It very likely has trouble dealing with the page code and the connection to both the site and the images.

Valerie Curren

OK, no biggie (I guess). It was just different & unusual in the multiple ways I shared above. If none of it represents Any type of attack on the Q-Tree then that’s Great News!!!



Puppies and 3-legged men and great music!!

Mondays are better because of your openers. ❤🤍💙


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He didn’t even run… 👍 😂


I read the top meme as ‘trannies’. 😁

Happy go lucky

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Little Red Jen! You’re a twit! And a LOSER!!! And a COMMIE!!!

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I love that picture! <3


a bowl of puppy !  😊  🐾 

wonders never cease at wheatie’s.  😍 

and…Elephant Music =  💞  🐘  🎶  💞 

 👉  miss Dino tho  🐲 


Sylvia Avery

Wheatie, I love love love that picture of our President! And your collection of gifs of course! Thanks for always making me smile on Mondays!!!


The Professor’s Record
AZ Senate President Karen Fann claims there is no constitutional basis to decertify the AZ electors in the face of overwhelming fraud.

She is convinced that the way you deal with the biggest crime in history is prospective legislation that holds no one accountable.

I don’t think Karen Fann is our friend.

The legislature has sovereign authority over elections, requires no special session, requires no bill, and needs no approval from the governor.

Legal advice to the contrary is the work of the deep state.

Senator Fann has also claimed the legislature could not obtain the subpoenaed routers through their sergeant-at-arms. I agree.

But the remedy was never to obtain the routers that way. The legislature had an open case before a judge, with an assigned case number, and the judge declared the subpoena legal and therefore enforceable.

The judge has personal jurisdiction over the parties and subject matter jurisdiction over the case, and can therefore order any appropriate remedy to give effect to its order.

The county sheriff would be the appropriate party to seize the routers.

All that is required is for the Senate to request an emergency hearing and demand compliance.

If the Maricopa Board of Supervisors refuses, the judge simply holds them in contempt, levies a fine, jails them, until they comply.

It’s not rocket science.


The Professor’s Record
Paging Wendy Rogers.

Paging Sonny Borelli.

Paging Mark Finchem.

Paging Kelly Townsend.

Perhaps you think you need Karen Fann, and are therefore being diplomatic in your approach.

The time for diplomacy is over.

At the moment, you are on the side of truth. The people are on your side because of that.

As time lapses with no justice, your support is diminishing.

Soon, it will no longer exist.

Fann needs you more than you need her.

You are now aware that Karen Fann is not on the side of the truth.

Speak the truth. Confront in love. Deliver.

No excuses.

The Professor’s Record
I try to work with all that are advancing election freedom, medical freedom, and anti-Marxism.

It’s not an exact science.

People are complicated.

People hate conflict.

I don’t enjoy conflict either. But it’s an inescapable reality of life.

People lie.

People have differing levels of what they can withstand in the comfort department.

People are imperfect.

But, in an information war, conflict is unavoidable.

If your gut reaction to conflict is to simply wish it away, good luck with that.

When I can confidently determine that someone is a liar, or a coward on any of the above issues, I will make the uncomfortable decision to engage in conflict through confrontation.

Any other course leads to enabling the lie, and letting it grow.

We need to be lie killers.

I’m in the shizzle.

Are you in the shizzle?

Let’s kill lies together.

The Professor’s Record
“We don’t have the votes to decertify.”

Don’t let an AZ politician wriggle out of their responsibility with this horseshit statement.

Make them go on record.

Make them call for a vote.

Make them cast a vote, yay or nay.

But let it be known.

Not casting a vote is the same as voting against decertification.

We are so on to you shizzle bags.

The Professor’s Record
I’m sorry for the language.

I hate all the shizzle I see.

And I friggin love you.

The Professor’s Record
There are two columns concerning the audit battle.

1. Truth
2. Concealment

I spoke with Wendy Rogers yesterday.

I like Wendy Rogers.

I support Wendy Rogers.

I support Wendy Rogers because she is committed to getting to the truth, in spite of many obstacles.

Where I disagree with Wendy, is that she fails to see Karen Fann as an obstacle.

Karen Fann’s strategic decisions led to “We the People:”

(1) not getting a canvass;

(2) not getting the routers;

(3) not getting Jovan Hutton Pulitzer’s kinematic findings in the report; and

(4) not getting an audit report from Doug Logan free of duress…

These four things are indicative of concealment, not truth.

Therefore, Karen Fann does not need to be supported in the dreaded slow walk we are witnessing.

She needs to be confronted.

“We the People” will lean on our heroes, like Wendy, to bring Karen Fann along whether she likes it or not.

The truth demands it.

And if our heroes are unwilling to demand transparent action immediately, we place those heroes presently in column 1, and move them into column 2.

We are out of time.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Yeah, WTF is going on here?


Tacking on two notes here.

Maricopa County sheriff was bought and paid for by the tune of 2M.

In early August Merrick’s Justice Department opened up a civil rights investigation into the Phoenix PD and City Govt and have since descended upon Phoenix, which is the seat of Maricopa County Govt, with a small army of lawyers who have nothing better to do at night than hob knob with Phoenix’s upper class citizens.

I should also toss in this is Cindy McCain country where she owns two homes in Pheonix AZ.

It’s a wonder that the Audit managed to get this far. Just have to keep pushing on, the best we can with all of this.

Cuppa Covfefe

Just thought of this: maybe the $#!t hit the Fann…

(ducks flying ballot machinery, recording devices, and a million still-sticky Post-Its)…

Cuppa Covfefe

It’s not Fann’s decision, is it? The AZ State AG is the one to prosecute the crime(s).

Having said that, someone’s probably sitting on Fann really hard. But as the saying goes, if she can’t stand the heat, she should get the hell out of the kitchen…


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Forwarded from 
India’s Ivermectin Blackout: The Secret Revealed

With only 5% of Uttar Pradesh’s 230 million people vaccinated, early treatment home kits wiped out an outbreak of COVID-19 dropping cases by 99% in three weeks.

What was in the home kits

Tylenol, Vitamin C, Multivitamin, Zinc, Vitamin D3, Ivermectin 12 mg [10 tablets], Doxycycline 100 mg [10 tablets].

The home kits cost less than $3 per person and brought the number of active cases to below 200.

This is remarkable considering the province had more than 310,000 active cases during the peak of its COVID outbreak.

In comparison, one course of Remdisivir cost $3,100 and is the standard of care in many US hospital systems even though the WHO has recommended against its use and meta-analysis studies have shown that it is ineffective against COVID-19.

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Actually WHO promoted Utra Pradesh’s approach, of a Rapid Response team going door to door, testing and handing out the above kits, to virtually eradicate COVID-19 in the Indian State.

Thus WHO is fully aware of the effectiveness of Ivermectin.
They however never mentioned that this kit actually contains 120mg (10 pills) of Ivermectin.
Its a lie by omission and we need to hold these effing corrupt burokrates accountable in Nuremburg II.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

AMEN! And OUR health bureaucrats are now WORSE THAN WHO.

That is a smart Chinese tactic. They hide behind WHO at all times, but now they let their American STOOGES lead the way to their own self-discreditation, while CHINA looks smart and innocent.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

The Faucists think they screwed China, but they only screwed themselves.

Never take CCP money. And right now, ALL China money is CCP money.


NOT taking away from your spot on point. Only for clarity.

Ivermectin. 12mg tablet x 10 tablets.


This is also a report from OAN:
India Govt. Declares Most Populated State Officially COVID Free After Widespread Use Of IvermectinOAN NewsroomUPDATED 4:26 PM PT – Saturday, October 2, 2021While the mainstream media condemns the use of ivermectin, the most populated state in India just declared they are officially COVID free after promoting widespread use of the safe, proven medicine. One America’s Pearson Sharp has more
India govt. declares most populated state officially COVID free after widespread use of ivermectin | One America News Network (

Deplorable Patriot

My sister is quickly being red pilled with this story. She’s getting more and more angry about it.


Successes. One at a time until we over come the evil being thrust at us. Slowly, we are winning.

But folks need to stop getting injected. Injections are a slippery slope. Stand up for themselves. Their health. Their family.

Valerie Curren

Awesome. Lot’s of tongue biting for you so you don’t accidentally blurt out I TOLD YOU SO!!!!

Deplorable Patriot

Well, last night, we talked out a lot of information we’ve both been picking up in front of our mother who is really caught between a rock and a hard place at this point. At least Mom now knows that I’m not pulling info out of my backside, and that there is backing.

Valerie Curren

Baby steps. And the Truth will make/set you (them) free!

Valerie Curren

Thanks for sharing. That is so encouraging to see Any movement in the right direction!!!


That is good news.

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