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Oh, good grief….

Oh for the Love of God….

One of my books, Komenagen: Slog, was flagged for some minor “quality issued.” There was a list of 30-some things, and they took it off-line until they were fixed. Some were legit typos (pealed vs peeled, for example, or a missing word in a phrase). I fixed them in the doc, uploaded them, marked them as fixed, thought I was done.

Nope. A while later it still wasn’t there. Then it still wasn’t. I checked thought I had done everything. Sent off an email asking for help, it wasn’t a lot of help, but… Anyway, twiddle a bit, then wait a few more days, get busy, forget about it, come back a week later after someone prompts me to looks, get frustrated, and tell myself – OK, go through it all by the numbers. still looks like everything is there. Then I see one small red thing on “pricing.”

Ummm…. what?

Looks like every time you do ANYTHING on any of the three main sections, front data, content, or pricing, you have to go through and approve all three even if you are not changing anything on one or two of them. Because I didn’t tell it “yes, I want the same damn pricing I’ve had for four years,” they didn’t publish the typo corrections and put it back online. I should have caught it earlier, but….

Someone willing to say it

OK then. This is interesting. The guy is Patrick M. Byrne, former CEO of He’s claiming that he arranged a meeting at the request of the FBI to facilitate a meeting between Hillary Clinton and a Turkish government representative to make a bribe of $18 million on 14 Jan 2016, in Salt Lake City. Then he was told to forget about it, because the higher-up in the FBI knew Hillary was going to win, and she’d hunt down anyone who knew anything about it. Yeah, I’d be scared if I were him, too.

Why is this coming out now? I think it’s a part of an orchestrated reveal by Trump of the corruption at the highest level sin the FBI, the CIA, and other branches of government (including, especially, the Bidens!), to reveal so much corruption that people will be thirsty for blood, to bring heat on government and let him have another 4 years. from here until early January I’d expect things to escalate fast.

Reloading mass quantities

I’ve accumulated a larger pile of assorted 223 brass than I thought I had (2.5k+), and now I’m trying to figure out the best way to reload it all. I have a Dillon progressive press, and don’t want to have to handle the brass more than I have to, but I also want to make some reasonably accurate loads for precision shooting, and some training / blasting / plinking ammo loads for general purpose. The brass is somewhat sorted, in that it is generally in batches that were accumulated together, and each bag is mostly a similar type, even if not all exactly identical. Most is commercial, some is 5.56 NATO military brass. It’s all been run through the polisher (corn cob media), but some of it has been stored a while and isn’t exactly shiny-new looking.

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Faith is a funny thing

When I read Friday afternoon (12Dec2020) that the Texas case against the states of GA, PA, MI, and WI got denied at SCOTUS, I had only a very brief, very mild “well, that sort’a sucks. Not what I expected.” They had what sounded like rock solid arguments and undisputed facts, and the SCOTUS is the court of original jurisdiction so they almost have to take it (or so I thought). It had a couple of dozen other states and attorneys general and interested parties joining in with amicus briefs, and even the president said he would “intervene” (in the legal sense, sort of like an amicus, but actually joining as an official litigant). Then *poof* and it’s denied. WTH? But what was odd, and it even struck me as unusual at the time, was that my disappointment was only a few seconds, and very low-key. I mean, Joe Biden taking office as President would be a huge catastrophe, and the normal deadline for the electors voting is getting really close, and I was calm that what had looked like the best shot going a few minutes before had vanished like a morning mist. And I was like “meh. Plot twist.”

Very odd indeed. The phrase ‘Faith is a funny thing’ came into my mind, and I suddenly understood the peace and calm a deeply religious man has in the face of adversity. When you know, absolutely KNOW, that someone smart and good has a plan, a really good plan, a plan that you have seen enough of (even if indirectly) to know it exists, and even though you do not know the details you have total confidence that they are on the case and it will all work out in spite of the plot twists and weird shit you never saw coming, it’ll be OK. It was like reading a book, a thriller, by a really good author, who puts in all sorts of plot twists, Easter eggs, unexpected dead ends, double- and triple-agents, hidden meanings, and cliff-hanger chapters as you cut the action to follow another character. You know it’ll all come together in the end, and you are just excited for being on the ride.

I can see how a deep faith would provide a man with the same sort of calm acceptance. They they don’t need to know what the plan is, just that there is a plan, and the guy calling the shots is good; it’ll all be OK in the end, even if it kind of sucks for you personally along the way, it can be confusing as heck sometimes, and people look at you funny. You do what you can, and even if you don’t know what all others are doing, you know, deep down, that it will all work out in the end. Yeah, the cliff-hanger last chapter is tense, and it looks dark, but…. it’ll all be OK. Maybe you will call me a “conspiracy theorist.” Fine, I can call you a “Complicity Theorist.”

I don’t know if this guy’s testimony about Zuckerburg’s money will make a difference.

I don’t know if Col Waldron’s testimony (starts about about  6:10) will make a difference.

I don’t know if Lou Dobbs revealing four names connected with Smartmatic and Dominion and the CCP will make a difference.

I don’t know if Brandy Vaughan’s death after she came out against one of the vaccines is connected or will make a difference.

I don’t know if WA State candidate Culp’s suit to audit the vote will make a difference.

I don’t know if the extensive reporting on easy hacking of voting machines will mean anything.

I don’t know if the Senate report on Hunter Biden, Burisma, and corruption will make a difference.

I don’t know if Chinese guys bragging about their influence on the US government will make a difference.

I don’t know if WikiLeaks revealing ties between Dominion and Hillary Clinton and John Podesta will make a difference.

I don’t know exactly how Trump will use his 2018 Executive Order authorizing military response to cyber warfare attacks.

I don’t know how this massive leak of CCP members around the world will come into play.

But I know it will all come together with quite the exciting conclusion.

Got popcorn?

Stealing an election a fraction at a time

Imagine running a race, say a cross-country 5k. You cross the finish line first in record time, stagger off to get a drink and catch your breath. When you go over to the score-board you see that your time was switched with someone else, and they are handing him the 1st place trophy. You think to yourself “what the heck?!” A few people standing around say “yeah, he crossed first.” You look at the guy and he’s not winded at all, no sweat stains either. You KNOW he didn’t finish the race first, and likely didn’t even run it all the way. You protest, but most of the fans at the finish line don’t say anything, and a few of the other guy’s family are loud, in your face, and adamant that HE CROSSED FIRST! He goes home with the trophy.

Serious question: Who won the race? You  crossed first, he holds the trophy and the score-card records his time as the winning one. Continue reading Stealing an election a fraction at a time

Interesting rumor

Not a shocker, in that it’s what I said was happening a little while back, but it’s an apparent confirmation. guess we will know soon enough. Basically they were watching all the election sights very closely to monitor the counting and mis-counting. We might know what the actual count is after all.

Meanwhile, in “NOT rumor” news, a PA court has ruled the election was “Likely Unconstitutional” Actual ruling here:

Also, Praying Medic’s take on Trump’s path to victory.

Merry (early) Christmas, digital soldiers, centipedes, and Q-anons. 🙂

What the game plan looks like now

You can read what I thought before the election in mid-October, with a last thought in the comments on November 1.  What I thought was happening shortly after the election on the 5th you can read here in:
Election Trap (Nov 5)
Election Trap 2 (Nov 8)
Vote Stealing (Nov 11)
You can find updates about fraud-related stories on the Vote Fraud page. If you have not read them yet, start there.

Now that a lot of things have happened, I think a clearer picture is emerging. If what appears to be going on succeeds,  not only will Trump replace George Washington as our greatest president, we will have to look back to Charlemagne or farther to find a greater leader, and maybe to Hannibal to find a better strategist / tactician than his support team (because he’s clearly a brilliant front-man for an amazing  Q team of pros who have been working this plan for a decade or more).

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Interesting Microsoft vote fraud link,

NO, I’m not saying Microsoft helped commit voter fraud. However, there is an interesting connection between a highly place former MSFT employee, who went to work for the government, and is now has a “rumorcontrol” site hanging off an official government domain denying evidence of vote fraud, in spite of the massive number of red flags and sword affidavits attesting to witnessing what looks like vote fraud. That parts starts at about 18:30 for background, first actual mention of Krebs at 20:25 and Microsoft connection at 22:00 or so. Total astroturf on a sub of a government domain. Sick. Gaslighting to the max. It will come back to bite them in the ass.


Vote stealing

I’ve been adding a lot to my Vote Fraud Page. (from the menu above it’s under plague, because the Wuhan Flu hit before the deep election crap). Some of the things added today include links to (centi)PedeInspector, who’s been crawling the released data on votes tallie0s. Some fascinating stuff, especially on this page, “Glitches” all over. “Switched” means a vote for one candidate get moved over into the other candidates pile, and the “source” is reduced. A “lost” vote means one disappears or appears and isn’t accounted for anywhere else in the system. The main page he’s updating is this one.

Some of the numbers are staggering.

Pennsylvania : Switched : 220,883 Lost Votes : 941,248
New York : Switched : 18,124 Lost Votes : 623,213
Georgia : Switched : 17,407 Lost Votes : 33,574
Ohio : Switched : 14,965 Lost Votes : 5,102
Virginia : Switched : 12,163 Lost Votes : 789,023
Minnesota : Switched : 2,766 Lost Votes : 195,650
Texas : Switched : 14,954 Lost Votes : 30,557
Nebraska : Switched : 30,086 Lost Votes : 50
Kentucky : Switched : 8,129 Lost Votes : 23,849
West Virginia : Switched : 0 Lost Votes : 78,300
Nebraska : Switched : 30,086 Lost Votes : 50

Could that have shifted the states, or some down-ballot races? Absolutely! The reason I added Nebraska is that it might have the smoking gun, being a small state and it was just enough to shift 1 split EC vote to Biden, making it easier to get 270 EC votes. It would be an easy and fast state to audit or re-vote with manual all-paper systems.

And that’s before we get into all the paper-ballot shenanigans. People need to swing for this shit, and rot in the gibbet-cage beside the highways to feed the crows.