‘You aren’t addressing what I’m asking you’: Trump campaign manager grilled over false debate claim

Trump ‘didn’t lie’ about Lester Holt, ‘a lie would mean that he knew the man’s party registration’

Exactly! While not completely ignorant, Trump (unlike most master criminals) is a very very stupid person. A master criminal who is stupid is also dead.

The fact Trump represents the “successful” businessman of America doesn’t mean that a lot of them are not stupid. It just means they are still breathing the air that is entitled to those who are not stupid.🙂

Source: ‘You aren’t addressing what I’m asking you’: Trump campaign manager grilled over false debate claim

Orientation | Larry Dunbar | Pulse | LinkedIn

If that position has a distance variante and a force variant, then it is called energy.

After writing the article called “Orientation” I went back to edit “variante”. The “e” at the end was a typing error that my spell checker was happy with. But then I realized that variant may not have been what I had in mind, when writing the sentence. It could have been that I meant if a position has a distance component “x” and a force “y” component perpendicular to each other, then it is called energy and I had misspoken.

But then again I was talking about position and posture, and “variant” may have been the correct word, if talking relationships in the context of position and posture.

If you look at the two women in the above photograph, their legs are a variant of their arms holding their position, and their legs are creating a force, pretty much perpendicular to the rest of their body. Maybe it could be said that the women are postured variant to their position.

Although I would say, from any posture, the women represent energy, but in this posture they create a variant of their energy.

Source: Orientation | Larry Dunbar | Pulse | LinkedIn

Mike Pence Says His Role Model Vice President is Dick Cheney

Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence discusses his VP role model and his debate prep on “This Week.”

Let’s stop pretending what he ( Pence) is talking about. Cheney was the “grownup” in the relationship and Bush was the “spoiled kid”.

We can see from where Mike Pence is coming from. He will have to run the country and become the commander-in-chief, because, like Bush, Trump isn’t up to it. He is not completely ignorant, but stupid.

Bush, in a stupor, had to have his Chief of Staff run the war in Iraq, because he, Bush, thought it was about another Crusades.

My guess is that Pence will continue the war against Islam, while ignoring Nixon’s connection to Globalization, while Trump moves America towards authoritarianism. #fail

Source: Mike Pence Says His Role Model Vice President is Dick Cheney

The F-35 Stealth Fighter May Never Be Ready for Combat

Last month the Air Force declared its variant “ready for combat,” and most press reports lauded this as a signal that the program had turned a corner. But a memo issued from the Pentagon’s top testing official, based largely upon the Air Force’s own test data, showed that the declaration was wildly premature.

It might be that the Air Force is fighting a different war than the one the Pentagon is fighting. So the rules of Orientation are different in each battlespace. A fighter jet like the one the Pentagon wants most likely positions and postures itself differently than the one the Air Force wants

I mean the F 35 has shown the ability to shoot down rockets. It is basically what makes it a 5th Generation fighter. This ability comes from the fact that the F 35 is similar to a flying saucer (except when the Pentagon attaches ordinates outside the mass of its symmetrical planes) and the Air Force has a plan to use them as such. How you fight rockets with an Airplane, you can’t, as I am sure the Pentagon knows well. How you fight rockets with an F 35 is anyone’s guess.

Of course to use them properly they must position them as close to the target (the target the F 35 wants to hit) as possible. Incoming rockets move at something like 22,000 mph, so the F 35 would need some time to do some real maneuvering to swat them out of the sky before they reach the target.

Just guessing. I could be wrong.

Source: The F-35 Stealth Fighter May Never Be Ready for Combat

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin says bloodshed may be needed to protect conservatism


Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin said conservatives may need to turn to physical violence in order to protect the United States against contemporary liberalism.

I don’t know. Liberalism and conservatism are basically ideas. To me what the governor is suggesting is to start killing people for what they believe in.


Bevin suggested that if Democrat Hillary Clinton were elected president, she would set the nation on a dangerous course that might require bloodshed to correct. He told the audience that the “candle” of liberty might go out “on our watch.”

Liberty, on the other hand, is a structure that gives free reign to both Conservative and Liberal Ideas.

If there is to be violence, no matter who gets elected, it will be between those structured Left and Right.

As both Clinton and Trump are from the Right instead of the Left, the Governor is trying to start a war (civil war) against a candidate with Liberal ideas that wants more liberty, while backing a candidate who wants everyone to have Conservative ideas by allowing less liberty.

It is no small wonder why Civil War causes death on the level of genocide. People confuse cultural differences with structural differences.

Civil war creates a war within a network structure of cultural like people (in this case a network on the Right containing both Liberal and Conservative cultures) and, through violence, produces a network that is structurally smaller but stronger culturally than the opposing network due to the violent attrition of one idea.

In the Governor’s case, that idea is called Liberalism.

If you are corporate structured but Liberal, you will be one of the first to go violently, if the Governor (and Trump) has his way.

Source: Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin says bloodshed may be needed to protect conservatism

‘Political stunt’: Ex-Mexican President Vicente Fox rips Donald Trump’s trip to Mexico

“I think the president, Peña, is taking an enormous political risk by hosting Trump. If he’s considered as going soft on Trump, it will hurt him greatly. He will even be considered like a traitor,” Fox said.

Traitor? Yeah, with the amount of pressure, on the Mexican government, by the people who have to pay for the Mexican government, it’s probably coming down to it.

Trump’s campaign slogan should be, “Why fight in the Middle East, when you can fight at home and just across the boarder.”

The slogan would cover not only his foreign policy, but his jobs program as well.

Any relationship the US has, under a Trump administration, with Mexico would be similar to the one the US had with South Vietnam.

I wonder how South Vietnam will receive HRC, in her coming visit, and what the North’s reaction will be?

Source: ‘Political stunt’: Ex-Mexican President Vicente Fox rips Donald Trump’s trip to Mexico

Thomas P.M. Barnett – Blog – What Does Russia/Putin Seek?

In my old vernacular, the “Gap-shrinking” continues, it is just more obviously and geographically divvied up, with Asian great powers (China, India, Japan) nonetheless forced into some competitive thrusts into the Center (particularly Africa) for reasons both immediate (resource access) and long term (tomorrow’s biggest cheap-labor – and consumer – pool).

I think the idea of  “Gap-shrinking” has long been proven dead. The mechanism of a “Gap” only works if the structure is the same for each position on either side of the gap, and, in most cases, it never is.

Ok, the structure of the UK, Japan, Saudi Arabia, US and many other nations in Europe, MENA,  South America, with a strong sense of a center of gravity are nearly the same. Other nations who rely more on a center of mass, such as Russia, Turkey, Iran and others, the structure of their networks are quite different. For these two different network structures, when crossing the “gap” the key doesn’t fit the lock.

So what does Putin seek? He seeks to take advantage of any position in his favor between the two networks, i.e. the distributive network of the East and the decentralized network of the west.

If he doesn’t (take advantage), the center of mass in Russia will change, and, most likely than not, Putin will be crushed in the process.

Mother Russia is hard on fathers as well as daughters.

Source: Thomas P.M. Barnett – Blog – What Does Russia/Putin Seek?