Thursday, June 14, 2018

A VERY SAD STATEMENT ABOUT AMERICA



A national disgrace





Commentary:

It appears the FBI is more enthusiastic (not expert, think Keystone Cops) about subverting democracy in the USA than investigating crime and bringing counterintelligence operations to fruition (first-hand experience).

A very, very sad day for our country.

Each and every FBI employee implicated in subverting democracy and the electoral process should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.




Monday, June 11, 2018

NEWS ITEM: OBAMA MEETS WITH 2020 DEMOCRAT PRESIDENTIAL WANNABES



(UK) Daily Mirror (1980)






COMMENTARY:

Obama is meeting with the wrong prospective candidates.  (Sooner or later we will have a qualified female candidate.  It will not be Elizabeth Warren but more likely Republican Nikky Haley.)

The most likely Democrat nominee for president in 2020, opposing Trump, will be either Former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe or Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper.  (Electing McAuliffe would be tantamount to putting Bill and Hillary back into the White House.)

McAuliffe and Hickenlooper both enjoy the support of many of the power-networkers that attend Bilderberg, with whom each has rubbed shoulders, McAuliffe in 2017, Hickenlooper this past weekend.

Since its founding in 1954, Bilderberg has traditionally been a proving ground for politicians with top-leadership aspirations in the United States and Western Europe, and where such politicians, "tapped" to attend, find corporate sponsorship and hence the money they need to launch viable campaigns.



Monday, June 4, 2018

B-BYE MATTEI'S TAVERN






A sad, Strange end to the super-cool run of an iconic landmark.































Tuesday, May 29, 2018

NATURE'S RENDERING...





...of a mud-and-debris dump...




...into a memorial mound of astonishing beauty.



Monday, April 30, 2018

SEATTLE ART MUSEUM



Alexei Jawlensky:  Moonlight


John Covert: Temptation of Saint Anthony


Mark Rothko:  #10



Estaban Murillo: Saint Augustine in Ecstacy

Peter Paul Rubens:  The Last Supper


The permanent collection is scant but precious.

However, their current Special Exhibition comprises of some of the worst art I've ever seen...