Hysterical Simplicity Kills

Outlaw Spy Networks, Untruths and Brexit Foster Terror:

The weird ascent of the so-called “social networks” has been fraught with spying and tax avoidance. They were a conduit for the spread of terror. I am happy to report others are sharing this opinion.

The family of a California design student killed in November’s attacks in Paris sued Twitter Inc, Google and Facebook Inc, claiming the social media companies provide “material support” to the terrorist Islamic State. 

British MP Jo Fox. Killed 16 June 2016, By The Lying Hysteria Generated By Brexiters

British MP Jo Fox. Killed 16 June 2016, By The Lying Hysteria Generated By Brexiters

Nohemi Gonzalez’s family filed the lawsuit on Tuesday in federal court in San Francisco, asking the court to rule that the companies are violating the U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act. It seeks compensatory damages to be determined by the court.

“For years, defendants have knowingly permitted the terrorist group ISIS to use their social networks as a tool for spreading extremist propaganda, raising funds and attracting new recruits,” the lawsuit said.

The lawsuit charged that the companies’ “material support” has enabled Islamic State to recruit, and to fund and carry out numerous terror attacks, including the attacks in Paris last November that killed 130 people, including Gonzalez, who was a California State University student studying abroad at the time.  

Complexity Requires Brains, Simplicity Does Not. Building Brains Requires The Riches That Matter, and Master, Most, Energy.

Complexity Requires Brains, Simplicity Does Not. Building Brains Requires The Riches That Matter, and Master, Most, Energy.

Under Obama, the SPY NETWORKS have been allowed to escape taxation and legislation. The apparent idea is that those companies enable to spread the American empire, worldwide. The fine print of Facebook Inc., in France mentioned that American law, not French law, applies. (It’s only a matter of time before the French notice this, big time.) For profits, it’s tax havens law which applies: this is why the biggest companies by market capitalization are headed by Google and Apple. The general strategy is that, wherever those companies sit, local law does not apply: they are literally OUTLAW.

As I have argued, it is important to tell the truth. Most people, at least most young people, get their news from Facebook, where the greatest idiocies appear: such as Lincoln was killed because he took adverse action against the Federal Reserve. In truth, the Federal Reserve was created in 1913, fifty years after Lincoln’s death.

This idiocy has appeared on Facebook, and spread there like wildfire. OK, it’s ridiculous and innocuous, but other idiocies are not so. The assertion that “Islam is a religion of peace”, oft uttered by Western leaders is another grotesque statement: which Islam? The Islam that Western leaders profess to wish for? Real Islam? Literal Islam?.

The hysteria against the European Union in Britain is an example. I am not trying to say that the European Union has no problem. Quite the opposite. However, the debate in England has been fed by colossal lies of all sorts. Those feeding the lies are the same who profited from England’s decay, but the nature of the debate has hidden this.

Overall, the British are much more satisfied with the European governance than the French (by like 50%!) However a vote which makes little sense is held (Europe cannot pull out of Britain, or vice versa, whatever!) Instead of fixing the ship, the captain, Cameron, has decided ask the passengers whether they would prefer to sink the ship. Now Cameron says that this is dreadful. Right. You too.

The “Leave” campaign has used insane arguments. Insanity, pushed far enough is a form of extreme violence. It does violence to brains. Violent brains, when violent enough, kill.

British politician Jo Cox died in a street attack on Thursday, a brazen and startling assault in a country. She was a vocal advocate of immigration and the European Union. She was set on, stabbed, kicked while lying on the ground. Then the attacker shot at her three times.Slaying of British lawmaker is without parallel in recent history.

Described as a rising star of the opposition Labour Party, the 41-year-old mother of two young children is the first British lawmaker to be killed in office since Conservative MP Ian Gow was assassinated by the IRA in a 1990 car bombing. (A real “Leave” of Britain from the EU would relaunch the Irish civil war, nota bene).

One witness, Clarke Rothwell, who runs a cafe near the crime scene, told the Press Association: “He was shouting ‘Put Britain first.’ He shouted it about two or three times. He said it before he shot her and after he shot her.” (A 77 year old man who intervened was also injured.)

Hysterical simplicity is increasingly the culprit we have been looking for. When Obama evokes God ten times in a discourse supposed to bemoan a mass murder committed by a crazed maniac following the orders of a crazed faith, in the name of the same God, the contradiction is blatant. Granted, Obama may be too simple to understand that.

Patrice Ayme’

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20 Responses to “Hysterical Simplicity Kills”

  1. Gmax Says:

    I understand better your vehemence against Brexit, and your assertion they are mostly crazy drunks borderline Alzheimer racist vicious and demented. I looked at some of their online stuff, it’s Nazi like, a disgrace

    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      I am not even against the Brexit VOTE. Of course, UK can’t “Brexit”. It could be good. As I will argue in an essay. But the campaign of hysterical lies: no way that’s good.

    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      I am not even against the Brexit VOTE. Of course, UK can’t “Brexit”. It could be good. As I will argue in an essay. But the campaign of hysterical lies: no way that’s good.

    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      I am not even against the Brexit VOTE. Of course, UK can’t “Brexit”. It could be good. As I will argue in an essay. But the campaign of hysterical lies: no way that’s good.

  2. dominique deux Says:

    Brexit is a religion of peace.

  3. dominique deux Says:

    The Huffing Post only alludes to Cox’ staunch anti-ISIS stand, never mentions the murderer’s hysterical nationalist chanting during the murder and during his arrest.
    The cover-up is starting.

  4. ianmillerblog Says:

    Part of the problem with Brexit is that there are faults with the EU, and the general population don’t seem to be able to do anything about it. EU governance is hardly democratic, and it is not even based on a republic. In fact it does not seem to be based on anything except that a few official seem to have taken over. If there were a mechanism by which the general population could change some of the stupidities, I think brevet would go away overnight. Instead, when they cat fix it, all the people can do is try to break the thing.

    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      The European Union is an Union of democratic nations. The nations’ laws are supposed to be compatible with European law, which is integrated in national law. Thus, much of British law is also European law.
      Brexiters have been feeding their frenzy on lies and hatred. Merkel did not improve matters by rushing in millions (one million officially in ten months) of unreconstructed Muslims. Because the free circulation clause of the EU, those Muslim savages, the Brexiters imply, correctly, will soon overwhelm Britain. They have got their biggest point here, and thus the assassination of Jo Cox.

      I have another essay on this coming soon, with the biggest big picture and a very practical recommendation: kick Britain out of the EMU. For the Muslims, it’s high time that they be told that they fit, or they quit. An Islam of Europe ought to be created, supervised by tough Republican law. Savages like the Iranian who went through Orlando (read my essay on Orlando) should be arrested, jailed, put in solitary confinement for, say five years, and then kicked out and send back where they came from (hey, Donald, take heed!).

      In particular, preaching literal Islam should be made unlawful, using existing anti-hate laws… And domestic violators should be condemned to years of detention, and sent to special camps by special commandos (Zonderkommandos in Deutsch… ;-)) The ISIS Islamist who killed the police officers in France this week had got three years in jail, it was clearly not long enough…

      • dominique deux Says:

        I have to nitpick about your use of the word “Sonderkommando” (with an S; “zonder” is Dutch for “without”). Those were never in charge of arresting and detaining suspects or troublemakers, a legitimate activity of the State. Some were made up of camp inmates and tasked with the processing of their colleagues’ corpses, including family members; others were made up of SS and Gestapo assassins and tasked with on-site genocide in East Europe, as part of the Einsatzgruppen. Hardly good examples.

        Let me suggest instead a reference to SWAT units: swatting vermin is good, within the law.

        • Patrice Ayme Says:

          It was a deliberate, albeit relaxed joke of such dubious taste, one should not hesitate to calling it disgusting. In my full, true state, I leave no joke unturned, and unexploited. Once again, I agree it’s in very poor taste. But, relative to assassins who have succeeded to force the PC to respect their ideology of death, I think that alluding to the Einsatzgruppen is timely. That’s indeed where we are going: the assassination of Jo Cox is a proof of that. Brexit is a proof of that.

          Make no mistake: I am all for immigration into Europe. But it’s high time to control the ideology, not just of those who enter, but of those already there. Civilizational Control is essential. It’s what a few Roman generals and lawyers succeeded to achieve with the FRANKS. Within a generation, the Franks were the best and ultimate defenders of Roman republican secularism… Not so the Vandals, or Goths, Lombards, etc….

    • dominique deux Says:

      A bigger part of the problem is that this meme of the EU’s non-democratic system is now part of the collective subconscious mind, thanks to the propaganda barrage we’ve all been subjected to by the usual suspects. Questioning it in a public place can be worth your life, as just happened. Lies kill.

      Are you aware that there ARE European elections, and that the last one DIRECTLY named the head of the EU Executive, as was announced well in advance? People whine they never were told. Yet another lie. Or they wheeze that an EU Commission Chief is just like another one, which is plain dishonest, unless you apply it to US Presidents or UK Prime Ministers as well. I did not vote for Juncker, but after Barroso, there is a hell of a difference.

      • Patrice Ayme Says:

        Read and fully agreed upon what Dominique said. The EU as it is an UNION of DEMOCRACIES through DEMOCRATIC SUPERSTRUCTURES.
        This is a case, as Dominique hints of masses of fools doing exactly what they media owned by tax avoiding plutocrats told them to think. And the lies are deliberate: many UKIP leaders are European Members of Parliament. But so were, of course, lots of Nazis MP in the Reichstag, before burning it down literally and figuratively.

        • Lovell Says:

          Juncker was directly elected by voters throughout the whole EU member nations?

          • Patrice Ayme Says:

            It is extremely complicated, and it has changed a bit since the last version of the European Constitution (Lisbon Treaty, after France and the Netherlands rejected in referendum the precedingly proposed constitution!). The European Council (basically the heads of the European states, all of them democracies) proposes a candidate to the European Parliament. The EP has a month to approve in a vote. If not, the European Council tries again.

            The European Council and the European Commission share the executive, although only the Commission can suggest law, but clearly, as the Council is democratically elected and acts unanimously, it has precedence over the Commission.

    • Gmax Says:

      All lies. The EU is headed by the European Council, 29 of which are officials who have been elected

      • dominique deux Says:

        Prior to the last election to the EP, its main parties agreed publicly that the winning party would advance a candidate for the Commission Presidency. And the EP would unanimously support him/her. (not the useless Europhobic dregs, of course; in addition, in full awareness of its action’s consequences, that is, anchoring the Executive to the right, the so-called “genuine left”, actually the running dogs of the City for more than a decade, denied the Social-Democrat candidate a majority).
        So the election was, in effect, the election of an EP-supported candidate.
        This happened exactly as promised. The Council was under tremendous pressure both from the democratically legitimate Parliament, and from the democratically elected members of the Council, who deeply resented and opposed that step towards EU democracy. Cameron and Merkel were in complete agreement to go on naming some nonentity, and eventually gave in.
        So it was not a “mechanical” result of the EU’s superstructure, but a political fight, won by the EP. Such things have an habit of setting precedent, not to be denied again.
        No lies: politics at its best.

        • Patrice Ayme Says:

          Agreed, this is indeed what I observed. But if you asked Chris Snuggs, he would go on a rampage against Juncker’s corruption (which is probably no more than 1/1,000 than that of Clinton…). And if you asked Ian Miller, and many other thoughtful doctorate holders, you would draw a blank, because, as you and Gmax pointed out, most people are happily swimming in a sea of lies.

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