Sunday, October 9, 2016

The Sunday Edition (.023)


Welcome to the Lite version of the NTD Sunday Edition. Our editors found themselves writing the same stories this week which tells us that our masters and the great media machine are doubling back on the same news items. In other words, this week looks a lot like last week. The management here at the North Texas Drifter hopes its readers are astute enough to recognize the grand deception currently taking place.

• Poll reports surrounding the upcoming 2016 presidential elections are inconclusive. The polls are just as crooked as the media, apparently. I suspect the election is already in the bag for the chosen winner. After all, these things are fixed. Rigged. Why, even the candidates say so. Welcome to America, the most corrupt nation on Earth.

Few basement dwellers, many discouraged Bernie Sanders supporters, are with Hillary Clinton, but the elite flock to line up behind her, as demonstrated again this weekend in Paris. Barbara Bush, the 34-year old daughter of George W. Bush, partied with Huma Abedin and the elite at a Clinton fundraiser last Saturday. She is the granddaughter of former Republican president George H. W. Bush, the Bush clan patriarch who will vote for Clinton according to Kathleen Hartington Kennedy Townsend, the former Maryland lieutenant governor and daughter of the late Robert F. Kennedy.

• Federal agents have persuaded police officers to scan license plates to gather information about gun-show customers, government emails show, raising questions about how officials monitor constitutionally protected activity.

Agents with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency crafted a plan in 2010 to use license-plate readers—devices that record the plate numbers of all passing cars—at gun shows in Southern California, including one in Del Mar, not far from the Mexican border.

Agents then compared that information to cars that crossed the border, hoping to find gun smugglers, according to the documents and interviews with law-enforcement officials with knowledge of the operation.

The investigative tactic concerns privacy and guns-rights advocates, who call it an invasion of privacy. The law-enforcement officials say it is an important and legal tool for pursuing dangerous, hard-to-track illegal activity.

The plan is to ban firearms altogether, but before we get there, we'll be given a choice of weapons from an approved list. We can have shotguns and pistols that hold five rounds or less.

When guns are banned, only government officials may possess them. So, I guess they will not be banned completely. Ha ha. What do you want a gun for anyway? You'd probably just hurt yourself. You see, we need to take things away from people that they may use as weapons on other people. Guns, knives, forks, pudding, and all madras cloth patterns. Those cloth patterns can induce seizures, so they gotta go too.

• Uh, you know those random shootings that the press makes such a big deal about? You know, the ones where innocent people die in a gun free zone because some racist was angry about Islam and immigration? Well, now we've got random police shootings and you know what? I think these are bogus too. Remember, if you don't see blood and guts, it likely did not happen. The media lies to us. These "incidents" are set up so that the public believes they are really happening. They are drills, people, so come on, get a grip, and face up to what our own government does to us.

• The holographic universe idea seems to be catching on. Elon Musk believes it although he calls it a simulation. Life is no simulation, but it may indeed turn out to be holographic. Interesting stuff. For a take on the layman's POV, go here.

• People who deny the existence of conspiracies at the topmost levels of government live in an insulated word of fairy dust, gated communities, companies too big to fail, and an unrequited faith in our corrupt system. Yes, you know who you are, you pimps for a central government. And then there are those who think it's all right for the government to do anything they want. Might makes right and all that bull. It's just the way it is, you say, as if it sounds wise and mature to put it like that. It's just the way it is. You folks are deceiving yourselves as well.

• Led Zeppelin or The Beatles?

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