Look at the UK and see tyranny being imposed on disarmed Britons | Non-Intervention2 – Michael Scheuer

March 16, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

Nearly three years ago, the majority of the British electorate voted in a referendum to leave the EU. The British voters were sick of Brussels’ authoritarians strutting, preening, and acting as their masters; the EU-sanctioned flood of unwanted, diseased, unskilled, uneducated, and violent migrants; the refusal of their own government to protect them from that wave of human refuse; and the increasingly clear reality that the power of the British Parliament, judiciary, and laws was being blunted by EU institutions. It also was clear — though nearly all British media ignored this fact — that the civil liberties of Britons were being constricted in favor of giving legal preference to migrants. So much is this the reality, that a native-born Briton defending himself against a threat by, say, a knife-wielding Muslim, is more likely to be damned than helped by the law.

While shocked by the public’s support for what was, in essence, a freedom referendum meant to make sure that Britons once again would be ruled by Britons, and that British sovereignty, independence, and nationalism could again flourish, Britain’s political class stayed cool. The oh-so-wise. British upper-class – long ensconced in the parts of the Conservative Party — joined with other Conservative, Liberal, and Labor leaders, business titans, and almost all of the nation’s media to undermine, slow-roll, terrify the citizenry, and, eventually, undo the result of a legitimate referendum that approved the UK’s departure from the EU. To date they have succeeded. With very few exceptions, those working to keep the UK mired in the EU swamp have used every possible artifice to disguise their obvious contempt for the pro-exit voters’ because of lower socio-economic status, lack of Oxbridge educations, and cheeky uppityness in challenging what their betters had so kindly done for them by making Britons the groveling subjects of the mighty EU.

Source: Look at the UK and see tyranny being imposed on disarmed Britons | Non-Intervention2

The U.S. Congress is the agent of a foreign power named Israel | Non-Intervention2 – Michael Scheuer

March 9, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

The enduring and still horrible memory of the film of the judges in action makes it rather startling to see two Jewish-American Democratic congressmen act so much like those Nazi judges since becoming heads of congressional committees. Both Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler are now publicly behaving in much the same arrogant and flamboyantly cruel manner as the hanging-judges in Hitler’s service. After designating human targets for removal, the Nazi judges and the regime’s prosecutors made up dossiers of false events and fabricated evidence, photographs, and testimonies. They then identified this body of lies as “proof”, and convicted the targeted individual, who was then sent to prison or, more often, to death. This was a swift and efficient legal system, but it had nothing, of course, to do with justice.

We have now seen much of Adam Schiff. Nearly three years of his frantic, guilty-like behavior, bulging, frightened eyes, cascades of highly classified leaks, and accumulating internet reporting about his own illegal and deviant actions. Like Nazi judges, Shiff maintains a smug and condescending presence in the Congress and media, apparently believing the swamp is all powerful and eternal, the same attitude that Nazi judges mistakenly held about the thousand year Reich.

Source: The U.S. Congress is the agent of a foreign power named Israel | Non-Intervention2

A quick note on Rand Paul and Ilhan Omar | Non-Intervention2 – Mike Scheuer

March 6, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

In the senate career of Rand Paul, the first two months of 2019 have been revelatory. After running for the Republican nomination for the presidency in 2016 – and appearing to have no reliably substantive and consistent stance on many issues – he seemed to become a steady, America First conservative in 2017-2018. Now, in less than ten weeks, Senator Paul has been (a) rather  quiescent in the face the Trump neocons’  loud and accelerating drive for regime change in Venezuela; (b) unfazed by the continuation of open borders and, seemingly, unlimited imports of fentanyl, heroin, methamphetamine, heroin, illegal voters, child-trafficking for pedophile consumption, dole-seekers, illegal criminal aliens, etc.; and (c) eager to canonize the wretched Koch brothers, who seem to stand for the same things and have many hundreds of thousands of dollars to send the Senator’s way. In Rand Paul’s case, it increasingly appears that the apple has fallen very, very far from the tree, and, miraculously, turned into a jackass.

Source: A quick note on Rand Paul and Ilhan Omar | Non-Intervention2

Of Venezuela, Andrew McCabe, and the coming reckoning | Non-Intervention2 – Michael Scheuer

February 27, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

–Venezuela: The ongoing U.S. intervention in Colombia is as pure a Neoconservative operation as it is possible to imagine. The Neocons want to kick out one socialist president and install another socialist president, a process they describe as an effort to reestablish a Venezuelan democracy.

Now, why would any American believe this? We have seen the Neocons do the same thing in Libya, Yemen, Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, etc. and none of those mad crusades yielded anything approximating a democratic or republican system of government. What they yielded were dead and maimed Americans and a bankrupt U.S. Treasury. Indeed, while the Neocons insist that they are spreading democracy in Venezuela, they are resolutely backing their colleagues in the NATO governments, even as most of those regimes are actively adopting laws suppressing free speech; ignoring majority votes of the electorate; arresting and jailing citizens for opposing government policy, especially on immigration; limiting the right of assembly; and, naturally, increasing efforts to stop any flow of weapons to their long-disarmed and now migrant-and regime-besieged citizenry, knowing that civil wars are coming in several NATO countries.

Source: Of Venezuela, Andrew McCabe, and the coming reckoning | Non-Intervention2

Time for Americans to observe a “Decuple-Holocaust Remembrance Day” | Non-Intervention2 – Michael Scheuer

February 11, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

I would propose, then, that the Congress officially designate January 22nd – the day Roe-v-Wade was decided by the Supreme Court — as America’s official “Decuple-Holocaust Remembrance Day”. It would be a day of reflection, solemnity, and deep shame for Americans, who have thus far failed to stop the unprecedented slaughter, and now see that the process of annihilation begun in 1973 is progressing to the murder of the just born and the dismembering of these dead Americans so that their well-developed body parts can be sold for profit. It also will be day of wonder, a wonder focused on why most of those Americans who mourn their own losses on their own “Holocaust Day” can, at the same time, be full-throated, whole-hearted, and rhetorically vicious defenders of laws that authorized the murder of 60 million fellow Americans, and made the republic’s Decuple-Holocaust Remembrance Day a necessity. One can only conclude that, for those phony mourners, the public use of the phrases “never again” and “never forget” are simply theatrical, and so amount to meaningless cant meant to keep cultivating guilt in Americans and to extort foreign aid for Israel from the Congress.

Source: Time for Americans to observe a “Decuple-Holocaust Remembrance Day” | Non-Intervention2

Damn it, Mr. Trump, recall that Neocons are deadly foes of America First | Non-Intervention2 – Michael Scheuer

February 4, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

Mr. President, why is it that we are seeing a growing squad of Neocons/Israel-Firsters in your administration? As the only thing most of us have to go on are the past performances of these men, it is hard to see what in the world they would or could contribute to an America First foreign policy. Bolton, Abrams, Khalilzad, and, now, the increasingly interventionist Pampeo are all on hand to cock things up. Is it wise to send men who labored long and hard to cause, and then prolong, all of the desperately stupid and unnecessary wars in which we are now involved? There is not much you can so about the Neocons in Congress — like Senator McConnell — who oppose an America First policy, and want the Clinton-Bush-Obama wars to continue. But why, Sir, would you retain the republic’s enemies to conduct your foreign policy?

Most of these wretches are also men who will do America any harm that is necessary to ensure that Israel’s interests are served. Can Americans really believe that these men will steer an America First course?  Mr. President, collusion with a foreign power can be described in three simple words — “Bolton, Abrams, Kahlilzad”. There is always the chance, of course, that you intend to set up these enemies of the United States so that you can fire them on an issue that will demonstrate their war-mongering and alienation from genuine U.S. national security interests. That seems a bit of stretch, however.

Source: Damn it, Mr. Trump, recall that Neocons are deadly foes of America First | Non-Intervention2

Trump’s Neocons will lie to Americans that a Venezuelan war is obligatory under the Monroe Doctrine | Non-Intervention2 – Michael Scheuer

January 27, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

In surveying a possible answers to the question “Why does Venezuela matter of the United States?”, it is difficult to come up with an answer that does not begin with the word “oil”. Because Maduro has mostly completed the ruination of Venezuela’s economy – especially the oil sector — so ably begun by Hugo Chavez, U.S. oil companies probably are pushing the Trump administration to intervene and create a U.S.-picked Venezuelan president and regime to repay what U.S. oil corporations are owed, and so that the companies themselves can pick up the remnants of the Venezuelan oil industry ‘s facilities for pennies on the dollar.

When the oil industry is calling the tune, all U.S. presidents and vice-presidents must dance its dance. But they cover their lapdog-obedience with rhetoric about the “illegitimacy of the Maduro regime”, the “need for new elections”, the “vast sufferings of the Venezuelan people”, and, of course, the “need to reinstall freedom and democracy” in that country. Whenever the leaders of the national government are trying to persuade Americans that the republic needs another unnecessary war, they wheel out the language of values and abstract theories, neither of which have any legitimate role to play in the formulation of an effective America First foreign policy.

Source: Trump’s Neocons will lie to Americans that a Venezuelan war is obligatory under the Monroe Doctrine | Non-Intervention2

In praise of traditional and, when necessary, lethal masculinity | Non-Intervention2 – Michael Scheuer

January 23, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

My preference was for President Trump to have declared a national emergency on 19 January 2019, and then ordered the U.S. military and the Corps of Engineers to immediately complete the construction of an effective wall along the entire length of the southern border. Indeed, if such a declaration was likely to have been hamstrung indefinitely by the federal courts, I would have – with regret and deep concern – supported a presidential declaration of martial law for the period necessary to complete construction. Nearly 80,000 narcotics-killed Americans in 2018 – most from drugs brought in over the southern border – strikes me as an emergency requiring and justifying such action. The border wall also would greatly reduce the ease of trafficking children into and out of the United States, a trafficking meant to harvest blood and body parts from children, and to supply the Democratic Party, the Tech Barons, Hollywood, and, apparently, much of the bipartisan governing elite with the human material required to satisfy their pedophilic appetites.

Source: In praise of traditional and, when necessary, lethal masculinity | Non-Intervention2

Fox News joins the rat media’s relentless support for U.S. interventionist wars | Non-Intervention2 – Michael F. Scheuer

January 20, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

As if FOX’s Brian Kilmeade’s daily rant, and General Jack Keane’s periodic rants, in support of endless U.S. interventionist wars are not enough, yesterday FOX’s Dana Perino chimed in with an interview of a U.S. military veteran – I did not catch his name — about the 16 January 2016 attack that killed and wounded multiple U.S. military personnel and contractors in Syria. This attack reportedly has been claimed by the Islamic State’s (IS) media arm.

Perino was at her George W. Bush-butt-licking best, repeating his endless and mindless mantra that we must remain at war because we cannot let these U.S. personnel “die in vain”. The military veteran, off course, agreed with Perino, and then slipped into the same simpering, Bush/Perino-esque sentimentality, saying we cannot let these men “die in vain” and then wheeled out the Bush regime’s sadly durable lie that the war against the Islamists is a “long generational and ideological war” that cannot be won quickly. This maudlin hero of the battlefield finished by again repeating “they must not have died in vain”, meaning – based on his and Perino’s half-ass remarks – that the forever war against the Islamic State, al-Qaeda, and other Islamists must continue so “we can kill them over there and not here at home.”

Source: Fox News joins the rat media’s relentless support for U.S. interventionist wars | Non-Intervention2

The U.S. governing elite’s lethal hatred for Americans cannot be overstated | Non-Intervention2 – Michael F. Scheuer

January 13, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

The intense hatred of the bipartisan U.S. governing elite for the citizenry is overwhelming. It simply cannot be either overstated or over reacted to. Hatred of this sort cannot be tempered or renounced, it must be eradicated root and branch by any means necessary, even hate-filled Democrat by hate-filled Democrat if only that action can turn the trick.

Faced with the governing elite’s – and especially that of the Democrats’ — just-documented hatred for those they govern and the Constitution; their undeniable love for the illegal aliens who are killing and dismembering legal U.S. citizens and subverting their elections; foreigners who are endlessly rewarded with the earnings of American labor and the blood and limbs of American children; and foreign, often anti-American nations (Israel and some of the NATO states, for example) that are better treated and defended than the American people, the Democrats cannot be allowed to inhabit the White House even if they win in 2020, or ever again. That can only be done by the citizenry’s willingness to use their only remaining tool against this lethal but easily identifiable enemy. “Arguably,” Jacob G. Hornberger, wrote in November, 2004,

Source: The U.S. governing elite’s lethal hatred for Americans cannot be overstated | Non-Intervention2

Another climate-change lunatic, Big Chief Warren, and the death wishes of Governors Brown and Cuomo | Non-Intervention2

January 7, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

Each day the drumbeat of idiocy produced by the so-called Progressives seems to get louder and more agitating. It is not so much the tone of the words they choose to use, but rather the nonsense that they claim to be irrefutable truth.

In this regard, looking at a couple of the news aggregators each day induces something between anger and vomiting, sometimes it stokes both. This week, for example, the scientific world’s new, dazzling star, Chuck Todd, told the world that the “science is settled” on climate change and that his network is “not going to give time to climate deniers (AKA: Truthtellers)”. Todd always has been a pompous and mumbling ass, but his enormous scientific expertise is something of which few were aware.

Source: Another climate-change lunatic, Big Chief Warren, and the death wishes of Governors Brown and Cuomo | Non-Intervention2

Trump’s plans for troop withdrawal and the wall will protect America against Islamists | Non-Intervention – Michael Scheuer

December 27, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Since my last piece, the anti-Americans, Neocons, Israel Firsters, and former Obamaites have — like slugs — continued to slither forth and attack President Trump for deciding to evacuate U.S. troops from Syria and then Afghanistan. So far, the new wave of slugs includes Michael Bloomberg, Thomas Friedman, Eugene Robinson, Robert Kuttner, and the prison-bound, Obama-apologist Susan Rice, all of whom have damned Mr. Trump. David Ignatius also has returned for a second attack on the president. Ignatius apparently is taking over from the geriatric and clueless Bob Woodward as the Deep State’s most-favored, foolish, and fully controlled court historian.

Not to be outdone, FOX News is rolling out retired General Jack Keane at regular intervals to attack President Trump for not being smart enough to use the notorious bureaucratic-snare for prolonging unnecessary wars known as the “national security decision-making process”, and then accept its advice about what to do in Syria and Afghanistan. If used, this process would yield three easily predictable words of advice “stay the course”, this is because what that process inevitably wants is more war.

Source: Trump’s plans for troop withdrawal and the wall will protect America against Islamists | Non-Intervention2

Non-Intervention – At last, Mr. President, thank you for making the republic’s survival seem possible – Michael F. Scheuer

December 23, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

The great bulk of Americans, Mr. President, are ebullient over your decision to remove our troops from Syria, and soon from Afghanistan. Since the start of those two murderous misadventures, in 2001 and 2003, many American parents have welcomed home from war only dead; legless, blind, or armless; or mentally troubled children. No victories, no end of wasteful spending, no national government concern for dead, save for a few faux tears at Andrews Air Force Base, and no general officer competent – or, seemingly, willing — to lead our troops in a way that ensures America wins. Mr. President, the beginning of the end of the governing elite’s 70-years of military interventionism is a precious Christmas gift to Americans, their children, and their hopes for the republic’s recovery.

We never had a genuine national-interest reason for going to war in Iraq or Syria, and only justification for an annihilative, 15-18-month punitive campaign in Afghanistan. All those wars are now lost, which is the traditional manner of American war-making since V-J Day in 1945. You, Mr. President, have taken a large step to permanently ending military interventionism as the first option for presidents, their advisers, the Congress, and their senior civil servants. You also have laid down a marker to the U.S. corps of flag officers; namely, Americans have no time or respect for you if you do not win wars, or if you take U.S. troops to wars you know the president does not intend to win.

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What is more hilarious than lying-Obama leftovers, Neocons, and the media arguing there was “Russian hacking” in the 2016 election? | Non-Intervention.com

July 18, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

The answer to this piece’s questioning title is a simple “nothing”. That title should be, rather, making all commonsensical Americans shriek with laughter.

Why should any American worry about the unending, manic claims that Russia interfered in the 2016 election? This story, after all, has been made up and perpetuated by aspiring traitors like Clapper, Hayden, Tapper, Acosta, Hillary Clinton, Comey, John Podesta, Maddow, McCabe, Brennan, Page, Strzok, Wray, the reporting staffs of the Washington Post and the New York Times, the Council on Foreign Relations, and most of all, by the foreign-born Obama. To believe this crew’s statements about anything at all is to believe that John McCain and Lindsay Graham can open their mouths without lying us into yet another interventionist war.

Source: What is more hilarious than lying-Obama leftovers, Neocons, and the media arguing there was “Russian hacking” in the 2016 election? | Non-Intervention.com

A republican citizenry’s greatest, last-resort duty is to kill those seeking to impose tyranny | Non-Intervention.com

July 15, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

As this week’s end, it seems likely that it is quite near time for killing those involved in the multiple and clearly delineated attempts to stage a coup d’état against the legitimately elected Trump government and thereby kill our republic.

–The week saw the alternative media document nearly 300 incidents of violence against loyal U.S. citizens that have been perpetrated by Democrats and the domestic terrorists that the party and its financial supporters keep on their payrolls. The Americans they are abusing and attacking – even those using concealed carry — have so far held their fire and sucked up the pain, trying to give Trump time to forever eliminate their violent tormentors. The well-armed patriot’s patience does not, and must not, last forever.

Source: A republican citizenry’s greatest, last-resort duty is to kill those seeking to impose tyranny | Non-Intervention.com

In Europe, Mr. Trump will find a tyrant-filled EU. He should end the U.S.-UK special tie and kill NATO | Non-Intervention.com

July 12, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

As President Trump arrives Europe, he is readying to encounter a continent in which most nation-states are ruled by parties and leaders who want no part of the West’s historic democratic and republican traditions. For the first time in post-1945 history, an American president has no credible reason to pay even lip-service to the now-clear nonsense that the United States and Europe are a community of democratic societies. Save for nationalist-led governments of Poland, Hungary, and perhaps Italy, the nation-state members of the EU have quietly become tyrannies.

The EU’s leaders and bureaucracies have defied voters from the Arctic Ocean to the tip of Sicily by promoting the invasion of the continent by African and Arab Muslims who hate Christianity – they share this sentiment with EU leaders and bureaucrats – and seek life on the dole; legal preferment for themselves and Islam; practice wide-ranging violence, including the grooming of young girls for individual- and gang-rape; and the legal subordination of native-born Europeans to their will and that of the tyrants who have giddily herded them into the continent.

Source: In Europe, Mr. Trump will find a tyrant-filled EU. He should end the U.S.-UK special tie and kill NATO | Non-Intervention.com

Have we seen this situation before? Well, yes, we have, and another reckoning point is near | Non-Intervention.com

July 3, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

On 6 July 1775, the Continental Congress published a document, in the name of all Americans, that was called “The Causes and Necessity of Their Taking Up Arms”. The document announced an impasse between Britain and most of her North American colonies, and explained that British North Americans would no longer tolerate British tyranny and were ready to take up arms against their oppressors. Written by John Dickinson and Thomas Jefferson, the document said, in part, that,

Source: Have we seen this situation before? Well, yes, we have, and another reckoning point is near | Non-Intervention.com

North Korea, Europe, and the Islamists: Two successes and a still bleeding, self-inflicted wound | Non-Intervention.com

June 23, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

The mere sight of President Trump sitting down at the table with North Korea’s Kim Jung Un was startling. I had thought that the only way out of the North Korean nuclear mess was war, one which I would have supported because it would have been the last resort that war always is meant to be.

But Trump and Pompeo — despite the sabotage efforts of Bolton and Giuliani — took a chance, engaged Kim, and produced a first-ever meeting between the two sides. Trump had the guts to try to undo the first and one of the most bitter fruits of unnecessary U.S. military interventionism, one that occurred because Truman thought himself unbound by the Constitution and went to war on his own authority — of which he had none — and under the abhorrent flag of the United Nations. Though still quite a long shot, if Trump gets the republic out of the Korean snare after 68 years he will have served Americans with the distinction that comes from obeying the Constitution and serving the citizenry. No matter how the initiative works out, Trump gets full marks for trying. And one can only conclude that those who see only see showboating in his meeting the North Korean dictator would have preferred a possible nuclear war.

Source: North Korea, Europe, and the Islamists: Two successes and a still bleeding, self-inflicted wound | Non-Intervention.com

John Brennan and Osama Bin Laden: The protector and the protected? The scent of Arab money? | Non-Intervention.com

June 3, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

I have kept quiet about former-CIA Director John Brennan’s ongoing, near-hysterical tirades against President Trump and the Republicans for two reasons. First, I thought that the critical response was pretty strong and coming from commentators whose words command a large audience. Second, I had my say in this space when Brennan was nominated to the post of CIA Director.

On 1 June 2018, however, I read Brennan’s OpEd in the New York Times. It is an egregious piece of propaganda and faux nostalgia. It also infused with the author’s overweening — and thoroughly baseless – sense of self-righteousness and personal heroism. Two items in the article particularly caught my eye. The first was Brennan’s claim that he is a “non-partisan”, which is true only in the sense of his own willingness to do anything for anybody who will improve his official position and, so, his financial position. The second was his claim that in the Oval Office of four past presidents he had heard the presidents “dismiss the political concerns of their advisers, saying, “I don’t care about my politics, it’s the right thing to do.’” (1)

Source: John Brennan and Osama Bin Laden: The protector and the protected? The scent of Arab money? | Non-Intervention.com

Mr. President: Time to be America’s leader, and never again the “Leader of the Free World” | Non-Intervention.com

May 13, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Mr. President:

Half-measures surely are one of the most vicious forms of self-destruction. As you said this week, Obama’s deal with Iran was rotten and far too costly to the United States. You were right to kill it.

The deal, moreover, was unconstitutional. Obama, as a person who was temporarily the U.S. president, concluded an agreement with Iran and several other parties. He treated it as if it was a binding and constitutionally concluded treaty. It was not. The deal was between Barack Obama and the other parties, and he knew – or should have known — that it would remain valid after he was gone only as long as his successor pretended it was a treaty and binding. Obama’s agreement was an execrable mix of cynicism and probably venality on his part, as well as that of John Kerry. After all, there was plenty of cold, hard cash on those pallets for all involved.

Source: Mr. President: Time to be America’s leader, and never again the “Leader of the Free World” | Non-Intervention.com

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