The Great Brown Race War when?

This is the one more likely to happen. Both sides, less restrained. Unconstrained by civilized niceties and driven by that race to the bottom mentality which is strongly anarchical and unfocused.

This is the face of the real race war.


Pedtro Reyes


A South Los Angeles business released surveillance video on Monday showing a local street vendor being beaten after he was robbed over the weekend in the Historic South-Central neighborhood.

Pedro Daniel Reyes was preparing to sell peanuts and other items in the area of South San Pedro Street and East 31st Street before dawn on Sunday morning when a group of six to seven people approached him and other street vendors and demanded money, according to his stepson.

Reyes was among three people hurt in the subsequent attack, but his injuries were the most serious because he tried to flee the robbers and was beaten for that reason, Los Angeles Police Department Lt. David Krumer told KTLA.

Grainy surveillance shows some of the assailants chasing down the victim and violently knocking him over near the middle of the street, right in front of the two vehicles the suspects pulled up in.


When disaffection consumes and they finally realize Donald Trump is here to stay, they will turn their sights on each other. And draw in the rest of American society.

The Great Brown Race War will be the nexus of the real race war.


Florida is the new California…an American experiment in mundane dissolution.

Fucking Florida. What a Third World hovel.

Look, of course California sucks, too.  We got Liberals, bleeding hearts, 300-pound social justice warriors, and an inordinate share of that developing world mentality interspersed with large chunks of our population, but still, there is a sense that you are, amazingly, in the United States.

But Florida.  It’s the Caribbean. Tropical corruption, cigars, hurricanes, explicit handshake dealing and wheeling. Goddamned dog races.

And bridges.



Florida has usurped California’s role as the Mundane American Experiment. And they have sunken to the challenge while putting the Golden State to shame.  Never thought that could be done.



Female engineers of color prioritizing aesthetics over function.

What could go wrong?


Me. A narcissist’s pledge.

Earlier, in the auditory background, during an endless stream of television commercials which go in one ear and rapidly out the other, relatively unfiltered and disregarded, one thing stuck in my mind.

During one of the commercials (I have no idea what they were pitching), one of those standard hallmark sentences that people repeat and has become ingrained into our collective mind through such relentless mantra that we rarely give it much thought, did not exit unfiltered through my cerebral processing mechanism. It stuck.

“There are two types of people in this world…” the male announcer read.

There are two types of people in this world.

God, how many times do we hear that? it’s such a ubiquitous utterance that it is largely rendered meaningless by our discerning minds. And even by our latent, undiscerning minds.

There are two types of people in this world, man. Get it through your thick head.  The implication of this advertisement was predictable.  “There are losers; and there are those who use our fantastic product!” If there are two types of people in this world under such a self-defined matrix, you must naturally choose not to be the loser, correct?

Because we have a say in the matter, of course.

As I sat here, reading my normal morning litany of headlines, a moment of free association struck when I heard those words.

It occurred to me: there are two types of people in this world.

Me. And everyone else. This is the way it’s always seemed, to me. No matter how close people get to me, no matter how deeply I connect with family, girlfriends, groups, ultimately, there are two teams in this world. There is me, and all of you.  We are individuals living in an encapsulated psyche with no comprehension of the true workings of surrounding mental landscapes.

This is how it is for everyone but it would seem ruthless to articulate such a thought.

Is it ruthless?

I say it is healthy. We, alone, must maintain our own integrity. Or lose everything.


Throwback Friday night: a glimpse into Andrew McCabe, the insidious scoundrel, from an old post.

In light of this evening’s events, I bring you a re-post of something I wrote on October 30, 2016, just a week before a fateful election night.




Very illustrative of the incestuous political quagmire is the extent to which the Bill and Hillary Clinton duo extend to their circle of suitors and benefactors such that when reading the multitude of reports surrounding the FBI’s re-investigation of Hillary’s email “situation,” one comes upon the same names and intersecting but disparate motivations over and over and, upon reading several stories, a theme, a thread of dubious continuity crystallizes in your mind and make you wonder.

Hmm.  Your inner detective alights on a succession of evidence you can’t quite feel at peace with.

An interesting investigative report appeared in the Wall Street Journal detailing the internal schisms and antagonisms that are impaling the FBI’s hierarchical investigative structure over Director James Comey’s decision to publicly notify Congress of the bureau’s renewed intention to investigate additional emails pertaining to Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin and most other points unseen on this circle of hell known as Clintondise.

It begins.

Federal agents are preparing to scour roughly 650,000 emails contained on the laptop of former Rep. Anthony Weiner to see how many relate to a prior probe of Hillary Clinton’s email use, as metadata on the device suggests there may be thousands sent to or from the private server that the Democratic nominee used while she was secretary of state, according to people familiar with the matter.

The review will take weeks at a minimum to determine whether those messages are work-related emails between Huma Abedin, a close Clinton aide and the estranged wife of Mr. Weiner, and State Department officials; how many are duplicates of emails already reviewed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation; and whether they include either classified information or important new evidence in the Clinton email probe, which FBI officials call “Midyear.”

The FBI has had to await a court order to begin reviewing the emails, because they were uncovered in an unrelated probe of Mr. Weiner, and that order was delayed for reasons that remain unclear.

And indeed.  We are left wondering why.

Pouring through 650,000 emails is an immense task but one of such monumental potential that we can’t simply discount the possibility there may be further nuggets of Clintonian duplicity to be unearthed in this sod.

The story continues.

The latest development began in early October when New York-based FBI officials notified Andrew McCabe, the bureau’s second-in-command, that while investigating Mr. Weiner for possibly sending sexually charged messages to a minor, they had recovered a laptop with 650,000 emails. Many, they said, were from the accounts of Ms. Abedin, according to people familiar with the matter.


At a meeting early last week of senior Justice Department and FBI officials, a member of the department’s senior national-security staff asked for an update on the Weiner laptop, the people familiar with the matter said. At that point, officials realized that no one had acted to obtain a warrant, these people said.
Mr. McCabe then instructed the email investigators to talk to the Weiner investigators and see whether the laptop’s contents could be relevant to the Clinton email probe, these people said. After the investigators spoke, the agents agreed it was potentially relevant.

The remainder of this article centers around the investigation’s role of FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe, the bureau’s second-in-command.

If you recognize the name, it’s most likely because it surfaced in the news last week.

Seems that Mr. McCabe is married to Dr. Jill McCabe, a hospital physician who ran for the Virginia State Senate in 2015, and whose campaign was “financially aided” to the tune of about $675,000 by Virginia Governor, Terry McAuliffe, a shyster rife with Clinton connections.

Now consider, if you will, a senior FBI official, entrusted with top level decisions involving the investigation into Hillary’s negligent email practices that might very well have left the United States vulnerable to nefarious foreign intrusion through her recklessness;  an FBI official whose wife, while running for state political office, received over $600,000 worth of help from an inner functionary of the Clinton Nefarious Network.

mccabes Andrew & Jill McCabe

Furthermore, let’s consider that the 650,000 emails were brought to McCabe’s attention in early October.  There sat this astounding trove, apparently under the spell of “unurgency,” until last week during a meeting between the DOJ and FBI when it “suddenly” occurred to participants that no one thought to procure a warrant that would allow them to examine the hundreds of thousands of emails. These are professional law enforcement officers and not one single person thought to request a warrant until the same week a news story broke pointing out the deputy director’s too-close-for-comfort tendrils with the Clinton Cabal?

I am troubled by the meta-story that no one quite can wrap their head around involving the latest turn of events in this email saga.

On the surface, we learn over 600,000 emails have spontaneously appeared on our radar virtue of a parallel criminal investigation; this is astounding in itself, but one gets the sense that there are so many conflicting narratives and agendas and such outright ass-covering going on that ultimately, the truth, if it is exposed, will be owing to cowardly self-preservation, not to the honorable pursuit of justice.

But hey…whatever it takes to drain the swamp.


As the Hillary falls, so will the McCabe!

Sessions hits him where it hurts.


Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe has been fired, effective immediately the Department of Justice said late Friday night. The decision comes as FBI officials recommended his firing, as they wait for a Department of Justice Inspector General report critical of him to be released. 

In a statement, the Department of Justice said “the OIG and FBI OPR reports concluded that Mr. McCabe had made an unauthorized disclosure to the news media and lacked candor − including under oath − on multiple occasions.”

The decision, not unexpected, came two days before McCabe was set to retire Sunday. The 49-year-old is likely to keep at least some of his pension. 

Former FBI director Andrew McCabe said in a phone interview with CBS News said he “rejects the findings in the [Inspector General] report,” calling it “misleading and unfair.” 

“I strongly believe this is the latest chapter in a year long attack on my credibility and service to the country,” McCabe said.  

In a statement, McCabe said “to have my career end in this way, and to be accused of lacking candor when at worst I was distracted in the midst of chaotic events, is incredibly disappointing and unfair. But it will not erase the important work I was privileged to be a part of, the results of which will in the end be revealed for the country to see.”