The Watchman On The Wall

The Watchman On The Wall
Eph 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Verse 13 Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

There Was No Pedophilia You Conspiracy Nut Job! Il n’y avait pas de pédophilie, votre complot au boulot

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZflAp7OKvOs

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I Double Dog Dare You! Je double chien ose toi!


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Watchman comment: Trump pulls out his Nixon "love it or leave it" card!

Mike Huckabee featured a commentary about a video presentation called “The Brains Behind AOC,” about the sudden rise of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez thanks to a radical leftist group called Justice Democrats. It showed that she had been recruited by that organization through an “audition” of sorts to track down –- from a field of about 10,000 –- the most engaging face of radical leftism they could find. JD had other candidates in its stable as well, some of whom had already won primaries in their heavily-Democrat districts and, of course, had gone on to be elected (as Nancy Pelosi has said, there are districts in which a glass of water with a “D” next to its name could get elected), and others who were being groomed to mount primary challenges in 2020 against relatively moderate Democrats.

When “The Squad” of four far-left congresswomen went before cameras on Monday, spouting vague pronouncements of racism and xenophobia and outright lies about border facilities, ICE and President Trump, it occurred to me: these four individuals have something huge in common: they were all backed by the same socialist organization, Justice Democrats. Just to double-check, I went to their website and, sure enough, at the very top of their home page is a graphic featuring images of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of the 14th District of New York, Ayanna Pressley of the 7th District of Massachusetts, Rashida Tlaid of the 13th District of Michigan, and (last but not least) Ilhan Omar of the 5th District of Minnesota. “The Squad.”

By Pat Buchanan

President Donald Trump's playground taunt Sunday that "the Squad" of four new radical liberal House Democrats, all women of color, should "go back and help fix the totally broken and crime-infested places from which they came," dominated Monday morning's headlines.

Yet those headlines smothered the deeper story.

The Democrats are today using language to describe their own leaders that is similar to the language of the 1960s radicals who denounced Democratic segregationist governors like Ross Barnett and George Wallace.

Consider what the four women have been saying.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has accused Speaker Nancy Pelosi of attacking "newly elected women of color." Was she calling Pelosi a "racist"?

"No!" protested AOC. But it sure sounded like it.

AOC's chief of staff Saikat Chakrabarti attacked Native American Rep. Sharice Davids for her vote on a Pelosi-backed bill that sent $4.6 billion in aid to the border but lacked the restrictions on Trump policies progressives had demanded.

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Chakrabarti described Davids' vote as "showing her ... enable a racist system," adding that some Democrats "seem hell bent to do to black and brown people what the old Southern Democrats did in the '40s."

The House Democratic Caucus ripped Chakrabarti, "Who is this guy and why is he explicitly singling out a Native American woman of color?"

At a Netroots Nation conference this weekend, African American Rep. Ayanna Pressley declared: "We don't need any more brown faces that don't want to be a brown voice. ... We don't need any more black faces that don't want to be a black voice."

This comes close to calling members of the Black Caucus "Uncle Toms."

Monday, the president doubled down, tweeting:

"We all know that AOC and this crowd are a bunch of Communists, they hate Israel, they hate our own Country, they're calling the guards along our Border (the Border Patrol Agents) Concentration Camp Guards, they accuse people who support Israel as doing it for the Benjamin's"

The "Benjamins" recalls the accusation of Somali-born Ilhan Omar of Minnesota that the Israel Lobby buys the votes of members of Congress. "It's all about the Benjamins baby."

Rashida Tlaib of Michigan is the other congresswoman in Trump's sights. Together, the four have achieved a prominence that almost exceeds that of Majority Leader Steny Hoyer or Majority Whip James Clyburn.

The four — AOC, Tlaib, Pressley, Omar — have no clout in the Democratic caucus. But because of the confrontations they have caused and the controversy they have created, they have a massive media following.

Paradoxically, their interests in winning cheers as the fighting arm of the Democratic Party coincide with the interests of Donald Trump. He entertains and energizes his base by answering in kind their attacks on him and by adopting incendiary rhetoric of his own. He is now assuming the old "America! Love it or Leave it!" stance in going after the four women as anti-American ingrates.

They, by calling Trump a criminal, racist and fascist for whom impeachment proceedings should have begun months ago, elate and energize the outraged left of their party.

Among the presidential candidates, some have begun to side with the four, with Bernie Sanders saying Pelosi has been "a little" too tough on them.

On "Meet the Press," Bernie added: "You cannot ignore the young people of this country who are passionate about economic and racial and social and environmental justice. You've got to bring them in, not alienate them."

Trump's Sunday attack forced Pelosi to stand with her severest critics, and she re-elevated the race issue with this tweet: "When Trump tells four American Congresswomen to go back to their countries, he reaffirms his plan to 'Make America Great Again' has always been about making America white again."

Do Democrats believe that refighting the racial battles of the 1960s that were thought to have been resolved is a winning hand in 2020?

Does Pelosi think that demeaning white America is going to rally white or minority Americans to Democratic banners?

The race issue had already arisen in the first debate when Sen. Kamala Harris called out front-runner Joe Biden for befriending segregationist Senate colleagues in the '70s and '80s, and for colluding with them to block court-ordered busing to achieve racial balance in the public schools.

Observing the clash between Trump and these women, the rank and file of the Democratic Party are being forced to take sides. Many will inevitably side with the fighters, as Democratic moderates appear timid and tepid.

Trump is driving a wedge right through the Democratic Party, between its moderate and militant wings. With his attacks over the last 48 hours, Trump has signaled whom he prefers as his opponent in 2020. It is not Biden; it is "the Squad."

Sunday, Pelosi recited again her mantra, "Diversity is our strength; unity is our power." It sounded less like a proclamation than a plea.

We see the diversity. Where is the unity?

Sunday, July 14, 2019

California Is Being Judged; California esta siendo juzgada


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I personally believe it is time for people to leave the sad state of California.

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Friday, July 12, 2019

The "Massa" Calling The Pot Black; Le "Massa" appelant le pot noir



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Democrat presidential candidate Kamala Harris is descended from Irish slave owner Hamilton Brown, the namesake of Brown’s Town in Jamaica, who recruited massive numbers of Irish migrants to Jamaica to work on his sugar plantations after the British empire abolished slavery.
Kamala Harris’ father Donald Harris wrote an essay entitled “Reflections of a Jamaican Father” for Jamaica Global Online, in which he made a startling admission (emphasis added):
“My roots go back, within my lifetime, to my paternal grandmother Miss Chrishy (née Christiana Brown, descendant of Hamilton Brown who is on record as plantation and slave owner and founder of Brown’s Town) and to my maternal grandmother Miss Iris (née Iris Finegan, farmer and educator, from Aenon Town and Inverness, ancestry unknown to me).  The Harris name comes from my paternal grandfather Joseph Alexander Harris, land-owner and agricultural ‘produce’ exporter (mostly pimento or all-spice), who died in 1939 one year after I was born and is buried in the church yard of the magnificent Anglican Church which Hamilton Brown built in Brown’s Town (and where, as a child, I learned the catechism, was baptized and confirmed, and served as an acolyte).”
Harris’ father’s passage ends
Hamilton Brown was not only a slave owner, but also an engineer of mass Irish migration to Jamaica after the British empire abolished slavery in 1834.
Jamaican Family Search recorded: “Hamilton Brown owned several plantations over the years 1817 to about 1845. According to the 1818 Almanac which can be found on this site, (Jamaican Family Search) , he was the owner of Minard (128 slaves) which he must have acquired from its previous owner (John Bailie) in 1815 or later. The number of slaves on this estate approximates the number of slaves in one of the registers attributed to his ownership (124 slaves). The other register (86 slaves) cannot be assigned to any estate, although he is listed in Almanacs for subsequent years as owning several, (Antrim, Grier Park, Colliston, Little River, Retirement and Unity Valley).”
Here is a full accounting of the slaves owned by Hamilton Brown, according to the National Archives in London, as of June 28, 1817 in the parish of St. Ann in Jamaica:
NAMES
Names of all Males to precede names of females
MALES
Colour

Age
African or creole
Remarks
1 Apollo
Negro
45
African
2 Jein
Negro
40
African
3 Sambo
Negro
40
African
4 Cicero
Negro
30
African
5 St???e
Negro
45
African
6 Chance
Negro
44
African
7 Clendin
Negro
42
African
8 Jamaica
Negro
32
African
9 Apollo
Negro
32
African
10 Montague
Negro
38
African
11 Jack
Negro
30
African
12 Mark
Negro
32
African
13 Ned
Negro
36
African
14 Sharper
Negro
40
African
15 Ceasar
Negro
38
African
16 John
Negro
30
African
17 Charles
Negro
35
African
18 Oxford
Negro
35
African
19 Hannibal
Negro
32
African
20 ??ill
Negro
30
African
21 Dick
Negro
35
African
22 Duke
Negro
32
African
23 Nelson
Negro
34
African
24 Robert
Negro
30
African
25 George
Negro
35
African
26 Prince
Negro
40
African
27 Henry
Negro
38
African
28 Hamilton
Negro
28
African
4
29 Tom Jack
Negro
40
African
30 Neal
Negro
34
African
31 Luke
Negro
28
African
32 Bel
Negro
25
African
33 ?????
Negro
33
African
34-39 missing
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40 Charles
Negro
16
Creole
41 London
Negro
11
Creole
42 Nelson
Negro
10
Creole
son of Juddy
43 Jamaica
Negro
10
Creole
son of Evey
44 ?Seny
Negro
8
Creole
son of Juddy
45 Virgil
Negro
8
Creole
son of Love
46 Tom
Negro
4
Creole
son of Juddy
47 Joab
Negro
3
Creole
son of Lucky
48 Harper
Negro
3
Creole
son of Love
49 Jack
Negro
2
Creole
son of Lucy
50 James
Negro
2
Creole
son of Tamer
51 Sambo
Negro
2
Creole
son of Evey
52 Dick
Negro
1
Creole
son of Nanny
53 Charles
Negro
1
Creole
son of Nelly
54 Hugh
Negro
5mos
Creole
son of Maria
55 Sam
Negro
4mos
Creole
son of Gift
56 George
Negro
6mos
Creole
son of Flance
FEMALES
1 Pheba
Negro
50
African
2 Love
Negro
42
African
3 Juddy
Negro
40
African
4 ?Floramel ?Meromel
Negro
40
African
5 Flora
Negro
38
African
6 Lucy
Negro
40
African
7 Maria
Negro
40
African
8 Laura
Negro
30
African
9 Evey
Negro
30
African
5
10 Olive
Negro
African
11 Lucky
Negro
28
African
12 Venus
Negro
32
African
13 Rachel
Negro
30
African
14 ?Betsy
Negro
27
African
15 Juliet
Negro
48
African
16 Hellen
Negro
40
African
17 Nanny
Negro
27
African
18 Nelly
Negro
28
African
19 Gift
Negro
25
African
20 Jeane
Negro
33
African
21 Milly
Negro
32
African
22 Industry
Negro
13
Creole
23 Margaret
Negro
10
Creole
Daughter of Juddy
24 Nancy
Negro
4
Creole
Daughter of Tamer
25 Mary
4
Creole
Daughter of Evey
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26 Peggy
Negro
3
Creole
Daughter of Flora
27 Sarah
Negro
2
Creole
Daughter of Nanny
28 ? Hanna
Negro
6mos
Creole
Daughter of Tamer
29 Hellen
Negro
5mos
Creole
Daughter of Milly
30 Nelly
Negro
2
Creole
Daughter of ?Floramel ?Meromel
Hamilton Brown officially swore to the authenticity of this record, stating:
“I Hamilton Brown do swear that the above list and return consisting of two sheets is a true perfect and complete list and return, to the best of my knowledge and belief in every particular therein mentioned of all and every slaves possessed by me as owner, considered as most permanently settled, worked and employed in the Parish of Saint Ann on the twenty Eight day of June One thousand Eight Hundred and Seventeen without fraud, deceit or evasion So help me God.
Sworn before me this twenty fourth day of September 1817”
Hamilton Brown’s slave owning shows up in other records, as well.
“Hamilton Brown was instrumental in the importing of several hundred labourers and their families from Ireland to Jamaica between 1835 and 1840,” according to University College London’s project “Legacies of British Slave-ownership.” The project describes Hamilton Brown as a “Major attorney and resident slave-owner in Jamaica.”
The Jamaican newspaper The Gleaner reported in July 2012 in a travel piece on Brown’s Town:
“As we struggled to stay on the narrow sidewalk, we noticed an elderly man coming our way. He had an unruly grey beard and wore spectacles with thick frames and cloudy lenses.
“Hallo! Hallo!” he said. We stopped and returned the greeting. The man gave his name as Ferly and he told us a bit about Brown’s Town.
“A good amount of Brown live here, you know,” he said. “People what name Brown pack up the place. It all coming from Hamilton Brown who the town name after. Yes man, dem teach it in school,” said Ferly, nodding.
He told us that Hamilton Brown was buried in the graveyard at the nearby Anglican Church. “But a lot of people don’t even know that. Is only long-time people like me know dem tings,” he said.”
The Gleaner passage ends
Black activist Tariq Nasheed has publicly cast doubt on Kamala Harris’ claim to being “Black.” His tweets are below.

1. The media kept referring to Kamala Harris as "African American" because her mother was Indian and her father was "Jamaican". Kamala has NEVER referred to herself as Black, and there are actually families in Jamaica who don't refer to themselves as "Black". This is Kamala's dad

2. Donald J. Harris is "Jamaican" but I have not found any evidence that he has referred to himself as "Black". I have found that he and Kamala do acknowledge that they are direct blood descendants of an infamous white SLAVE OWNER in Jamaica named Hamilton Brown.