Alex Jones is right: China is the threat, and it may be too late

With the recent news about the monopoly of hi-tech companies in the United States de-platforming Alex Jones from their systems — in effect, attempting to limit the audience that see his material — it would be wise for Americans to look deeper at the agenda behind this move.

I have come to believe the reasons for this action are much more sinister than blocking hate speech, which is a euphemism for censorship.

Before you start screaming about Sandy Hook, let me first make clear that I lived in Newtown, CT, during the shootings. I am not vouching for Alex Jones. I cannot condone what he said during that time, although now he recants much of it. My son’s piano teacher’s son was murdered. The tragedy touched our family and I can confirm for sure the shootings were very real. I know other families personally who lost their children and I understand the unbearable pain these people will feel for the rest of their lives.

But that is not the point here. The point of this article is to discuss threats to the United States…now let us please proceed.

Where Alex Jones has been very spot on is the threat that communist China poses to our future and our way of life, and how this threat has corrupted our government, our education system and much of our hi-tech industry.

Did you know that Google just opened an artificial intelligence center in China, formed to help China jump ahead of the United States in this crucial technology? “The science of AI has no borders, neither do its benefits,” Fei-Fei Li, chief scientist at Google’s AI business said recently in a blog post. Interesting isn’t it? I guess he doesn’t know China has a huge internet border called the great fire wall, where it prevents its citizens from knowing global truth. Did you know at the same time Google recently let a Department of Defense contract expire without renewal due to their engineer’s refusal to work for the DOD, or to put another way, refused to defend America?

Did you know Apple is assisting China in its vast Orwellian censorship of the internet by deleting apps off its platform China doesn’t like?

Last evening I decided to watch Mark Levin’s new show on Fox News; the subject was fascinating. The guest was Michael Pillsbury, a China expert with decades of experience working in the U.S. government for multiple administrations. His comments were chilling. He has just released a work titled, The Hundred Year Marathon. I downloaded the book and stayed up all night to read it. Here are the take aways:

False assumption number 1: Engagement with China brings complete cooperation. It hasn’t. After decades of America assisting in China’s rise, they are more of a threat now to our way of life and security than ever.

False assumption number 2: China is on the road to democracy. They are not. They are a hard core totalitarian system that seeks domination over the United States.

False assumption number 3: China is a fragile power. They are not. This is a ruse to lull the West to sleep over their true designs, until it is too late, adhering to ancient Chinese tactics. (The Art of War)

False assumption number 4: China wants to be, and is, just like us. They are not. In decades, China will still be a hostile adversary, bent on our subjugation to their power. Only then, their economy will be much larger than ours. They are using deception and subterfuge to blind us to their true goals of conquest.

False assumption number 5: Chinese hawks are weak within China. On the contrary, they control policy making and are hostile to the United States.

I encourage everyone to read this book; it is an eye opener and will make you lose sleep at night, as the truth always does.

Now the de-platforming of Alex Jones makes perfect sense. I can see a conversation between Beijing and our tech titans, “Get rid of Alex Jones or else.”

And what about all this anti-Trump rhetoric coming from our media, from Hollywood, from the Democratic Party, from academia? They are all bought and paid for by the Chicoms. Remember Bill Clinton renting out the Lincoln Bedroom to the Chinese? Most Hollywood studios are now owned by the Chinese, dictating what the American public sees. I have been trying to get a movie produced in Hollywood about the Korean War, about a book I wrote called “Lost Bastards.” A story of the heroism of the American soldier. In other words, a movie about killing Chinese. Every time we get close with a major Hollywood entity, they get bought by Beijing.

Did you know there are 300,000 Chinese students now in the United States, sending all their research, patents, and proprietary information home to the Chinese communists? They are embedded in our government, in our schools, in our media and entertainment industry, and in our technology.

This is truly scary stuff.

After all, the Democrats are leftists…socialism is just communism lite. Who is funding all this socialist propaganda we are seeing exploding across America? Well, China is. I have written previously about the “Confuscious Centers” in over 100 our of universities, controlling academic priorities.

Of course the Marxists don’t want Donald Trump in power. He stands for everything that they hate – freedom, the rule of law, the values of the American founders, free market capitalism.

We truly are in a perilous time for our republic.

And what about Russia you ask? Russia is a very small economy that is most likely getting smaller. They do not have anywhere near the capability the Chinese do to alter our way of life and threaten our security, except of course their nuclear weapons which are unusable short of the apocalypse. Russia is getting its lunch eaten by the Chinese in Siberia, where Beijing has acquired long-term ‘leases’ for Russian land and raw materials. They have negotiated cut-rate contracts where Russia is basically paying China to take their gas after Western sanctions. Perhaps this is why Vladimir Putin wants to talk to Donald Trump, to find some common ground on how to move forward. Perhaps he realized he is not getting that land back from China.

Russia has tried to divide America and bought some Facebook ads on the internet. They are not an existential threat. The Russia narrative is a hoax, to cover up something else much darker. Of course, their behavior has been adversarial and has to be confronted where need be – NATO borders need to be protected, but the real threat to America is from China.

Alex Jones knows this and has been telling us and he has been right. Now the Chinese just stopped you from hearing it.



Walmart takes heat as it removes ‘Impeach’ Trump shirts

Walmart on Tuesday removed shirts and other gear from its online marketplace bearing the phrase “Impeach 45” after supporters of US President Donald Trump lambasted the retail giant on social media.

Walmart nixed the items after images of jerseys and baby gear with the anti-Trump slogan went viral on social media. At midday, the phrase #BoycottWalmart was trending on Twitter.

“These items were sold by third party sellers on our open marketplace, and were not offered directly by Walmart,” a company spokesman said. “We’re removing these types of items pending review of our marketplace policies.”

The controversy highlights a challenge of doing business in a country increasingly polarized by politics, where supporters and critics of Trump have become more vocal in pressuring companies with boycott threats when they appear to be taking sides.

Other brands that have aroused howls on social media include athletic clothing and equipment brand Under Armour after its chief executive praised Trump, and sporting goods chain Dick’s Sporting Goods that restricted some gun sales.

Some commentators on Twitter criticized Walmart for removing the anti-Trump items while continuing to offer a wide variety of “Make America Great Again” gear from Trump’s campaign.

Neil Saunders, managing director of consulting firm GlobalData Retail said Walmart’s decision to remove the anti-Trump merchandise made sense given the company’s profile. Most e-commerce consumers do not make a distinction between items sold directly and those offered by third-party vendors.

“A lot of the stores are in locations that are probably fairly Republican,” Saunders said. “They do need to take action because it could alienate a large portion of their customer base.”

And he said the idea of impeaching the 45th US president went a step further than the MAGA gear, which expressed support for Trump and could be offset by equivalent products on behalf of Democrats.

Walmart in 2017 also removed shirts with the phrase “Rope. Tree. Journalist.” implying reporters should be lynched, saying the items came from a third-party vendor and violated company policy. And the store in 2015 announced it would no longer sell items promoting the Confederate Flag.

– Different customers than Amazon –

Trump has not shied away from entering the fray, chastising US companies via tweet from transgressions ranging from investing overseas, to moving production to foreign sites, to laying off workers.

But so far Walmart has avoided any presidential ire and Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale said the situation was resolved.

“No need to boycott. @Walmart has assured me that the merchandise will be down as soon as possible,” Parscale said on Twitter. “It was not deliberate. Thank you @Walmart for doing the right thing!”

But the retail power’s response to the latest controversy highlights a difference in approach with rival online giant Amazon.

Amazon currently offers dozens of products with “Impeach 45,” or similar phrases, such a “86 45” or “Resist 45.” Amazon’s site also offers a wide assortment of “Make America Great Again” and other pro-Trump gear.

Saunders said the difference in approach underscored the gap between shoppers of the two companies, with Amazon consumers tilted somewhat more heavily towards cities and other progressive areas.

However, the Walmart-owned website still sells a variety of items under the more lighthearted “Impeach the Peach” logo that features a likeness of the US president on travel kits, guitar picks and other items.

Saunders said the clientele at is probably closer in spirit to Amazon than Walmart.

“Walmart and Jet are very separate brands,” he said.

“With there’s far less risk because the client base tends to be younger, more urban, probably less concerned about this sort of thing than the typical Walmart customer.”


Caged Migrant Children Photo Goes Viral As Left Rages At Trump; Except It Happened Under Obama

A photograph of two migrant children sleeping in a cage at an ICE detention facility quickly went viral on Sunday after several prominent liberals tweeted it in a white-hot rage at President Trump’s immigration policy.

After a laundry list of journalists and public figures angrily tweeted the photo – including CNN’s Hadas Gold, NYT Mag’s editor-in-chief Jake Silverstein, Obama speechwriter Jon Favreau and former LA mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, they deleted their tweets in shame when it emerged that the photo was taken in 2014, under Obama.

NRA sues Florida over gun bill same day Gov. Scott signed it into action

The law was enacted in the wake of the Valentine’s Day shooting death of 17 students and teachers at Stoneman Douglas, allegedly by a 19-year-old former male student who authorities said legally bought the AR-15-style rifle used in the attack.

The lawsuit names Attorney General Pam Bondi and Rick Swearingen, Commissioner of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Scott’s office said he was reviewing the lawsuit.

More about the school safety law

Read the NRA lawsuit aiming to shut down gun control law

Florida Governor Rick Scott signs gun control bill, arms some teachers

The complaint says the new law prohibits law-abiding citizens between the ages of 18 and 21 from lawfully purchasing a firearm of any kind.


CNN, MSNBC Journalists Give Trump Glowing Praise for North Korea Move as Obama Flacks Lose It

It was quite a sight on the Thursday editions of CNN’s Erin Burnett OutFront and MSNBC’s Hardball as liberal journalists heaped effusive praise on President Trump for his “remarkable,” “significant,” and “stunning” willingness to meet soon with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. All the while, each network’s former Obama administration officials experienced weapons-grade meltdowns.

Since this site is dedicated to the media, let’s go first to the journalists. CNN’s Erin Burnett led the way, seemingly flabbergasted after the announcement as she told viewers “[t]hat was a stunning statement” by the South Korean national security adviser.


Dems’ rebuttal to GOP FISA memo is released; Trump deems it a ‘bust’

The rebuttal, written by Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee, concluded that officials at the FBI and Justice Department “did not abuse the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) process, omit material information, or subvert this vital tool to spy on the Trump campaign.”

Democrats sought to counter claims made in a Republican memo released this month that the FBI and DOJ relied on a Democrat-funded anti-Trump dossier to ask the FISA court for a warrant to monitor Trump adviser Carter Page.

Democrats have vehemently claimed that the Republican memo left out important information.

FBI admits it didn’t investigate tip on alleged school shooter last month

The FBI was warned last month that Nikolas Cruz was an armed psycho who might shoot up a school — but it didn’t bother investigating, the agency admitted Friday.

“A person close to” Cruz called the agency’s tipline on Jan. 5 and reported the 19-year-old had a “desire to kill people, erratic behavior, and disturbing social media posts” and there was “potential of him conducting a school shooting,” the FBI said in a statement.

But the agency said it failed to pass on any of that information to its Miami field office, even thought its own protocols say he “should have been assessed as a potential threat to life.”

A little over a month later, on Wednesday, Cruz allegedly gunned down 17 people at his former high school.


Flu season: Why are people dying from it?

So far in the 2017-2018 season, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recorded 63 pediatric deaths. This compares to 110 deaths in 2016-2017, 93 in 2015-2016 and 148 in 2014-2015.

Feb. 9: This flu season is the worst in nearly a decade — and it’s not getting better

Feb. 7: Televangelist Gloria Copeland says you don’t need flu shot if you have Jesus

The CDC does not know how many deaths are caused overall from the seasonal flu because, among other reasons, flu-related deaths happen a few weeks after someone is infected and are often caused by a secondary illness or a pre-existing condition. From the 2010-2011 to the 2013-2014 seasons, the CDC gives a range of 12,000 (during the 2011-2012 season) to 56,000 (2012-2013) deaths.


Memo’s Release Escalates Clash Over Russia Probe; Trump Says It ‘Totally Vindicates’ Him

A Republican memo released Friday by the House of Representatives alleges abuses in how top law-enforcement officials sought the surveillance of a onetime adviser to Donald Trump, suggesting partisan motives are behind the investigation of ties between the president’s associates and Russia.

The release marked the culmination of tensions this past week between congressional Republicans and the White House on one side, and Democrats and leaders in the Trump administration’s own Justice Department on the other. Top Federal Bureau of Investigation officials had publicly objected to the memo’s release, saying they had “grave concerns” about factual omissions and accuracy.

Mr. Trump, who had to sign off on the memo’s release, has been at odds for much of the past year with several Justice Department leaders having to do with the Russia probe. He fired FBI Director James Comey and publicly criticized his own appointees, including Attorney General Jeff Sessions, over his recusal from the Russia matter, and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who now oversees the investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller.