The River-Merchant’s Wife

After Li Po

While my hair was still cut straight
     across my forehead
I played at the front gate, pulling
You came by on bamboo stilts, playing
You walked about my seat, playing with
     blue plums.
And we went on living in the village of
Two small people, without dislike or

At fourteen I married My Lord you.
I never laughed, being bashful.
Lowering my head, I looked at the wall.
Called to, a thousand times, I never
     looked back.

At fifteen I stopped scowling,
I desired my dust to be mingled with
Forever and forever and forever.
Why should I climb the lookout?

At sixteen you departed,
You went into far Ku-to-en, by the river
     of swirling eddies,
And you have been gone five months.
The monkeys make sorrowful noise

You dragged your feet when you went
By the gate now, the moss is grown,
     the different mosses,
Too deep to clear them away!
The leaves fall early this autumn, in
The paired butterflies are already
     yellow with August
Over the grass in the West garden;
They hurt me.  I grow older.
If you are coming down through the
     narrows of the river Kiang,
Please let me know beforehand,
And I will come out to meet you
          As far as Cho-fu-sa.

Jew Shit Stirring

achtung! das letztes divizion!! SS divizion “das ZOG”!!!

The Might of the ZOG Was on Full Display at Super Bowl 50
Sarah Lazare, AlterNet, Feb 8 2016

This article fails to mention that lady gaga sang the nazi anthem for the jets – RB

From the fighter jets soaring overhead to the armed troops patrolling Levi Stadium, Super Bowl 50 was a highly militarized event, its 70,000 spectators and millions of television viewers subject to a showcase of war propaganda and heavy security crackdown. To much fanfare, the 50-strong mixed Armed Forces Chorus kicked off the massive sports event by singing “Pindostan the Beautiful” from the field. CBS’ broadcast of the song cut away to footage of uniformed troops standing at attention, with text on the screen reading “Pindo Forces Afghanistan.” The clip was a nod to a brutal war and occupation, now stretching into its 15th year as top generals press for an even slower withdrawal. Following the nazi anthem (sung by gaga dread, as above, so below – RB) the Navy flew its signature Blue Angels delta formation over the cheering stadium. The Navy is open about the propaganda purposes of such flights, stating in a press release they are intended to demonstrate “pride” in the military. In a country that dropped 23,144 bombs on Muslim-majority countries in 2015 alone, the war planes are not just symbolic.

The heavy-handed display follows revelations that some NFL teams have long been accepting payment from the DoD to ‘honor’ and ‘celebrate’ the military and its personnel. Some were open about their profiteering aims. Military weaponry was also displayed off the field on Sunday, when Northrop Grumman released a 30-second television advertisement for a terrifying and futuristic fighter jet complete with lasers. Meanwhile, at the stadium and in surrounding communities, a real crackdown took place. The Super Bowl was determined by Homeland Security to be a “level one” security event, prompting a massive deployment of police and troops. Service members in uniform carried automatic rifles as they patrolled the stadium, and camouflaged Humvee vehicles with roof gun mounts were seen throughout the area. According to SF Gate writer Al Saracevic:

At one point, near the media entrance to the event, a column of military personnel could be seen marching into the interior of the stadium security zone, boots clomping, weapons in hand.

The crackdown extended far beyond the event itself. In the lead-up to the Super Bowl, powers in San Francisco began clearing homeless encampments in anticipation of a large influx of tourists, prompting protests. In a city already beset with dramatic inequality and displacement, the sweeps prompted the campaign Not So Super SF, demanding a moratorium on the criminalization of homeless people. The build-up to the event saw a heavy surveillance and law enforcement crackdown, in a city with powerful movements demanding an end to police killings and recognition that Black Lives Matter. Abdi Soltani, the executive director of the ACLU of Northern California, warned days ahead of the Super Bowl:

In the lead-up to the Super Bowl, we’ve seen high-tech surveillance cameras go up with zero public input or protections, a black protestor arrested just for taking photos, and homeless people harassed, displaced and saddled with unpayable citations.

Amid the militarized spectacle of the Super Bowl, there was some recognition from the field of the issues nearby communities are struggling with. In a powerful homage to the ongoing legacies of women in the Black Panthers movement, dancers accompanying Beyoncé’s half-time performance of “Formation” held a sign demanding “Justice for Mario Woods.” Black Pindosi Mario Woods, 26, was killed by San Francisco police on Dec 2.

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  1. helvena

Posted February 10, 2016 at 1:53 pm | Permalink

just a jew shit stirring

This article fails to mention the jewish mocking of the American electorate in the budweiser lite commercial. Jewish humor, making fun of the goyim. Of course when you make fun of the jew it’s antisemitic.

Natural comedy, “talking with them made me realixe that living in a mixed community can create a lot of tension that can easily be inflamed” – first time a jew thought of that!!! (ain’t that right beyonce’s handler?)

  1. niqnaq

Posted February 10, 2016 at 1:56 pm | Permalink

Indeed, the article did not mention the ZOG, that is just my whimsical ‘improvement’ of it.

achtung! das letztes divizion!! SS divizion “das ZOG”!!!

Kyle Hunt & James Lancia

I really enjoyed this show.  We need to hear more from James. James’ book is DOWNTOWN WHITE POLICE.  They brought up STRONG CITIES, which is really important to learn about because it is a way in which the government is giving away our sovereignty.

But through the Strong Cities Network that we have unveiled today, we are making the first systematic effort in history to bring together cities around the world to share experiences, to pool resources and to forge partnerships in order to build local cohesion and resilience on a global scale.



The Lying Mass Media

Notice at 3:11 there are at least four other people (fat middle aged women) in the crowd wearing the same yellow badge.  One appears to be recording the scene with her notepad(?)

I found this:

Godwin’s law at work.  The true value of the holocau$t

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jewish consistency.