Dead Cats: Tillerson, 12/14/16, (24)14: James Brody


Welcome Donald J.,WFYL celebration

RUSHBO – Fake news; BATCHELOR – Tillerson, DC TIMES – Tillerson; BRODY – Black IQ

Paul Genoa – Us.


Welcome Donald J

Thx Janet!

“President-Elect Donald J. Trump will be in Hershey, PA on Thursday, December 15th, 7pm.

That’s right, after all the work we’ve done and how far we’ve came [sic!] – as a MOVEMENT – Mr. Trump is visiting each state that helped put him over the top!

And PA is the state that did!

Join Donald J. Trump and Mike Pence for a “Thank You” rally as we celebrate our success here in the Keystone State.

Thursday, December 15th
Door open 4pm, event begins at 7pm
Giant Arena, 550 Hershey Park Drive
Hershey, PA 17033

Must register for tickets click here.

Let’s give our new Commander-in-Chief a big PA welcome!

All the best, Jeff McGeary

WFYL: Greetings!

Sending out reminders to save the following date:

Monday, December 19, 2016

WFYL Christmas Open House

The station will be open from 1-7 pm to all our friends as we celebrate the reason for the season:  our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!  Come and join us for as long as you can. Light refreshments and beverage will be served.

RSVP by replying to this invitation

Kim Kennedy, WFYL Radio, “Working For Your Liberty”

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RUSHBO: This Is How Fake News Becomes the Narrative: “Russia Hacked the Election”

“. . . The Washington Post and the New York Times on Russia’s interference in the election is total BS, and it is the definition of “fake news.”  Some hack somewhere in the intelligence community… It may not even be the CIA. There’s a number of different intelligence agencies. There’s CIA. There’s the DIA, the Defense Intelligence Agency. The State Department has its own little group of people.

“There are intel people all over the place, so we don’t know.  But one of them decided to call Bob Woodward and fill old Bob’s head full of notions.  So the Washington Post writes a totally anonymously and anemically sourced story that the New York Times immediately follows up, and it becomes a huge story that attempts to delegitimize Trump’s win, delegitimize the election.  And now you’ve got all of these Washington Post people populating cable news networks downplaying the FBI’s conclusion there’s no evidence Russia did any such thing.

“James Comey already addressed this in his Hillary press conference.  He said there was no evidence that Russia hacked anything, including her server.  Remember?  He said there’s no evidence the Russians even hacked Hillary’s server.  Barack Obama on November 26th told everybody, “Grow up and stop whining.”  He was talking to Trump.  “Stop whining!”  That’s when Trump was… “Stop whining about the election.  Stop whining about it.  Nobody interfered.”  That’s Obama not all that long ago.  What they have is maybe some evidence that a hacker from Eastern Europe hacked the DNC emails.  That’s it.

“That’s it!  But the New York Times and the Washington Post report that the Republicans were also hacked, and Reince Priebus says they were not.  They looked. They’ve had people examining their computer systems for months.  They have not been hacked.  You think it’s any coincidence now that Dingy Harry is demanding an investigation into this?  And as I checked the blogs, conservative blogs, they’re all saying, “Why, of course we need to investigate this.  Why, this is an outrageous charge.  If there’s something to it, we need to look.”

“So everybody thinks the proper thing to say and do is to acknowledge that this could be bad and we need to have an investigation.  If you are of the mind to stand up and say, “No, no, this doesn’t deserve an investigation. This is totally media fake news, made-up media fake news.  We don’t need an investigation.”  They’re gonna climb down your throat and they’re gonna try to destroy you because the meme, the narrative now is… This is how it’s always worked.  The Republicans get intimidated into agreeing with whatever contention the Drive-By Media puts out.

“In this case, it’s, “The Russians hacked the election! It could have fraudulent. The result could be illegitimate,” and of course the Republicans on cue, “Oh, yes!” Lindsey Graham and John McCain (impression), “That’s right. That’s right. We suh suh suh should have an investigation! I’ve been hacked. My campaign was hacked. Yeah, it can happen.”  So now everybody’s on board that we need to do investigate, we needed roll up the sleeves and find out what happened.  And of course who’s leading this?

“The Democrats are leading this and the media is leading this, and the usual suspect Republicans are eager to sign on hoping to show the media and the Democrats that they’re mature and reasonable and all this.  The only guy still at this moment who’s acting like he won is Donald Trump and everybody in his orbit! . . .”

John Batchelor, Monday 12 December 2016 / Hour 2, Block A:   Tillerson

David M Drucker, Washington Examiner Senior Congressional correspondent; John Fund, NRO, in re: Rex Tillerson a colleague of energy states around the world, including the head of Russia.  Rick Perry to be Energy Secretary?  Sen McCain, Armed Svcs Committee, much opposed to Russia, and Russia in Ukraine, and Russia as a bad actor, and against Mr Tillerson as Secretary of State.  The flap isn’t about Tillerson, it’s about Trump’s favor for Putin.  Trump’s words on Putin’s Syria play have been dovish.
“The CIA report about Russian hacks: concrete, or best guesstimate?  Conflicting reports out of US intell community.
“Are Trump and Tillerson accused of being agents of influence??
“…The various ways in which usually anonymous spokespeople for U.S. intelligence agencies are equivocating – saying things like “our best guess” or “our opinion” or “our estimate,” etc. – shows that the emails alleged to have been “hacked” cannot be traced across the network.  Given NSA’s extensive trace capability, we conclude that DNC and HRC servers alleged to have been hacked were, in fact, not hacked.  The evidence that should be there is absent; otherwise, it would surely be brought forward, since this could be done without any danger to sources and methods.  Thus, we conclude that the emails were leaked by an insider – like Snowden or Manning.  Such an insider could be anyone in a government department or agency with access to NSA data bases, or perhaps someone within the DNC….”  — William Binney, former Technical Director, World Geopolitical & Military Analysis; Co-founder of the SIGINT Automation Research Center.
Thomas Drake, former Defense Intelligence Senior Executive Service, NSA ; Edward Loomis, former Chief, SIGINT Automation Research Center, NSA ;  J. Kirk Wiebe, former Senior Analyst, SIGINT Automation Research Center, NSA ; Allegations of Hacking to Interfere with Election Lack Factual Basis  A New York Times report this morning alluding to “overwhelming circumstantial evidence” leading the CIA to believe that Russian President Vladimir Putin “deployed computer hackers with the goal of tipping the election to Donald J. Trump” is, sadly, evidence-free.  This is no surprise, because harder evidence of a technical nature points to an inside leak, not hacking – by Russians or anyone else.. .”

Washington Times: “The Tillerson Nomination”

“Trump’s surprise promises a different kind of secretary of state

“The yapping at the ankles of Rex Tillerson, the president-elect’s choice for secretary of state, has begun, but in the first hours after Donald Trump disclosed his choice there was no evidence and no credible accusation that he was other than a well-qualified candidate with many friends in foreign lands, including Vladimir Putin in Russia.

“By almost anyone’s standards, he is one of the most qualified candidates any president has chosen lately. He has worked for three decades for ExxonMobil, one of the top 10 most valuable corporations in the world, and for the most recent decade he has been ExxonMobil’s chief executive officer.

“ExxonMobil’s success — it has revenues of $230 billion annually — has depended on its access to oil and gas, and Mr. Tillerson has cultivated the leaders of the countries where oil and gas come from. To have done otherwise would have been a breach of his duties to ExxonMobil. One of those leaders is Vladimir Putin and one of those countries is Russia, which has vast reserves of oil and gas. The friendship between Messrs. Tillerson and Putin is no secret.

But it’s this friendship that will be held as the disqualification of Mr. Tillerson by many on the left, who would never concede that anyone Donald Trump chooses could satisfy them. Mr. Tillerson is a fearsome demon of leftist dreams because he’s a Texan and an oil man. . .”

James Brody, “Modern Black IQ”

IQ, like oil and coal, is not equally distributed.

First, many of us have a “sense of the future” (Barkley 1997; Bronowski 1977). This is a gift that lets us can sit under a tree, imagine different outcomes, and pick one of several to pursue. The ability, however,  to pause, imagine, and plan options is not distributed equally.

Much of humanity consists of IQ 75s who quickly follow peer-pressure and move in swarms. Adolescents between 16 and 26 also have these traits. High-verbal, bright people still have the misleading conviction that all can become equal through processes of example and lecture. Nope!

Second, “. . . economists and political leaders believe − or pretend to believe – that all peoples of the world have the same intelligence. If this were so, closing the gap between rich and poor nations should be relatively easy. All that is required is for rich nations to give poor nations more money so that they can improve education and this will increase their human capital up to the level at which they can produce goods and services that are competitive with those of rich nations. As a condition of this aid, the donor nations should require the recipient nations to introduce free market economies. Our study has shown that the belief that all peoples of the world have the same average intelligence is incorrect. On the contrary there are large differences in the intelligence of nations and these are the most important cause of the differences in wealth and poverty” (Lynn & Vanhanen, 2006, 292).

“Third, the intriguing difference is in the I.Q. of blacks in south central Africa (particularly Ghana, the original home for most American slaves) and blacks in the United States (70 vs. 86). One hypothesis attributes this difference to DNA contributions from whites, often slave-owners. While slavery led to abuse, it also led to talents planted evenings, weekends, and after a plantation party.

“Economist and Naysayer, Gregory Clark

“The history of families does not matter in predicting the status of future generations; all that matters is the status of the parent generation” Clark, 2014, 122.

“Levin refers briefly to work by Gregory Clark (2014) but neglects much of the bad news that Clark reports. (Clark’s findings are substantially the same as those from Charles Murray!)

“Our myth is that school and government gifts give impulsive people a sense of the future and a willingness to help others (Professor X, 2011; Murray, 2008, 2015). Clark, like Murray, however, tells us truths that most politicians, educators, and union members who build their own Cloward-Piven schemes, want to deny. The members of a family within a social network keep their social positionwealth, education, professionnot for one generation but for ten! (Clark, 2014). The income, education, longevity, profession, and wealth of parents predict the income, education, longevity, profession, and wealth of their children. (Each of these separate outcomes also responds to social accidents but temporarily.)

“That is, school allows self-assemblies of impulsive people – students and teachers – and the synchrony between them can go on for centuries.

“Social competence” is said to underlie each of these factors. Parents and children have a relationship to each other of 0.75 that interacts with “accidents” to allow the incremental, temporary climbs and descents of each individual. Bottom line: Between ten and fifteen generations may be required for everyone in one family to become average!

“Clark found such to be true when he and his friends tallied the names on probate records, university rosters, tax returns, and death certificates in Sweden, the United States, medieval and modern England, India, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, and Chile. China was perhaps the biggest surprise: Mao’s red ants killed 40-70 million teachers, farmers, business owners, and individuals believed to have capitalist sympathies but now, more than a half-century later, the same social positions are held in the new China by families with the same surnames.

“Parents make the largest contribution to their children’s outcomes but most of that contribution is made at conception. Contributions from grandparents influence the social competence of their own children but have no effect on the competencies of grandchildren.

“Sweden was an interesting exception: the Swedes have massive social programs but are no more socially mobile than anyone else: they, however, accept their ruts and complain less!

“According to Clark (2014, 123):

“One of the most powerful implications of the simple model of mobility outlined here is that it explains the often-observed slow rates of social mobility for specific social, ethnic, racial, and religious groups without having to posit  discrimination, ethnic capital, or  ethnic social connections as contributing factors.”

“Clark (2014, 126) also suggests:

“But why are mobility rates seemingly constant across very different social regimes? Here I conjecture that this is because status inheritance is indistinguishable from the inheritance of genetically controlled attributes. This is not to say that social status is determined genetically. But whatever drives it is, on the tests performed here, indistinguishable from genetic inheritance. (emph. added, jb) Status may or may not be genetically inherited, but for all practical purposes, nature dominates nurture.”

“Finally, Clark’s unsettling but to-be-ignored conclusion for socialist politicians:

“Recent research suggests convincingly that Mexican migrants to the United States in recent years have substantially less schooling than non-migrants and earned considerably less in Mexico before migrating than did non migrants. . .”

“. . .Thus the accidents of geography, immigration policy, and social and political events in countries around the world are even now creating new upper and lower social classes in the United States. (emph. added, jb) These classes will be a feature of U.S. society for many generations to come, until the processes of intermarriage eventually eliminate these distinctions.” (Clark, 2014, 251)

Bottom line:  American blacks might carry I.Q.s of 75 still except for seeds from slave owners.


Barkley, Russell (1997) ADHD and the Nature of Self Control. NY: Guilford.

Bronowski, Jacob (1977) A Sense of the Future. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Clark, Gregory (2014) The Son Also Rises: Surnames and the History of Social Mobility. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ.

Lynn, Richard & Vanhanen, Tatu (2006) IQ and Global Inequality. Augusta, GA: Washington Summit.

Murray, Charles (2008) Real Education: Four Simple Truths for Bringing America’s Schools Back to Reality. NY: Crown.

Murray, Charles (2012) Coming Apart: The State of White America. NY: Random House.

Murray, Charles (2003) Human Accomplishment: The Pursuit of Excellence in the Arts & Sciences, 800 B.C. to 1950 NY: Harper Collins.

Professor X (2011) In the Basement of the Ivory Tower: Confessions of an Accidental Academic. NY: Viking.

Steyn, Mark (2006) America Alone: The End of the World As We Know It. Washington DC: Regnery.

Watts, D. & Strogatz, S. (1998) Collective dynamics of ‘small-world’ networks. Nature. 393: 440-442.


Williams, Walter (1999) Jewish World Review, April 19th: “A Time for Truth”

Joanne: Paul Genova, “Us”

“I’m noticing that a lot of you aren’t graciously accepting the fact that your candidate lost.   In fact you seem to be posting even more hateful things about those of us who voted for Trump.  Some of you are apparently ‘triggered’ because you are posting how “sick” you feel about the results.
“How did this happen you ask?

You created “us” when you attacked our freedom of speech.

You created “us” when you attacked our right to bear arms.

You created “us” when you attacked our Judeo/Christian beliefs.

You created “us” when you constantly referred to us as racists.

You created “us” when you constantly called us xenophobic.

You created “us” when you told us to get on board or get out of the way.

You created “us” when you forced us to buy health care and then financially penalized us for not participating.

You created “us” when you lied and said we could keep our insurance plans and our doctors.

You created “us” when you allowed our jobs to continue to leave our country.

You created “us” when you attacked our flag.

You created “us” when you took God out of our schools.

You created “us” when you confused women’s rights with feminism.

You created “us” when you began to emasculate men.

You created “us” when you decided to make our children soft.

You created “us” when you decided to vote for progressive ideals.

You created “us” when you attacked our way of life.

You created “us” when you decided to let our government get out of control.

“You” created “us” the silent majority.

You created “us” when you began murdering innocent law enforcement officers.

You created “us” when you took a knee, or stayed seated or didn’t remove your hat during our National Anthem.

And we became fed up and we pushed back and spoke up.
And we did it with ballots, not bullets.
With ballots, not riots.
With ballots, not looting.
With ballots, not blocking traffic.
With ballots, not fires, except the one you started inside of “us”.

“YOU” created “US”.
It really is just that simple.”


About jamesbrody

Psychologist, photographer, biker, and writer posing as a political activist.
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