“SO SORRY. SO VERY SORRY TO HAVE FAILED ALL OF YOU.” (WSI)

“SO SORRY.  SO SORRY TO HAVE FAILED ALL OF YOU.”

This was the message received from the Old Man earlier tonight.

No word from Insider despite multiple attempts on my part to contact them.

As for me, like many of you I’m sure  - absolutely gutted.  I cannot help but ponder the warning of Insider last week - “The only way they win this is to steal it.”

Was rampant fraud responsible for this loss?  Perhaps.  We will likely never know.  Just as so many other things continue to be buried away by this administration.

What does the future then hold for myself regarding possible future updates?  At this point I simply do not know.  There is pain tonight.  Deep, bitter, and it will be lasting.

There remains fight left in my yet, but for now, I am just too damn tired.  The numbers just don’t add up, and yet  they are the numbers being reported.  They represent the final result.

We lost.  Far more importantly I know it in my soul – America lost.

Obama, Jarrett, etc. – they won.  Be it fairly or not, that is what history will record.

Barack Obama remains this nation’s president.

That fact remains impossible, even though I know it to be so.

Does America live yet to fight another day, and will I remain a part of that fight?  And what of our Insiders?  A lack of time may prevent one from rejoining the fray, and the other, for now, refuses to respond.  I certainly understand that refusal.  For them, this defeat is a very personal one.  And the dangers to them are now likely even greater because as they told me long ago, “If they keep control of the machine, I’m f-cked.”

Maybe that goes for me too.

We shall see…

 

-UM

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78 Comments to “SO SORRY. SO VERY SORRY TO HAVE FAILED ALL OF YOU.” (WSI)
    • cobra
    • My friends, chin up.
      Very few believed in 1985 that we will see the fall of the iron curtain in 1989.
      Heck, I did not believe it in May 1989..
      Yet, it happened.
      The fight must go on.
      If Solzhenitsyn found the power to fight, we will find it, too.
      We must be smarter, and faster, and twice as dedicated as the demshevik shock troops.
      But we are Americans, and this who we are.
      Chin up, sleep tonight, and regroup tomorrow.

      • bill o'rights
      • Cobra,

        Thank you for the Solzhenitsyn reference. I loved this man. And, I share your view.

        The battle before us has not ended, just changed. America is not dead. For me, it will not be dead until I am dead.

        With regard to regrouping, please see my post in the last article, for contact information.

      • Patcairn
      • True, but look at the long night of tribulation that those people had to endure first. It was three generations. Many of us many not be alive to see a day when the republic is restored. And don’t forget, that collapse only occurred because of the economic pressure applied by a health United States of America. Where is our USA? The UN wasn’t as strong and had not made the inroads into state sovereignty either.

        Salvation at the federal level seems lost for the forseable future. In the next four years, Obamacare will be fully implemented, CO2 and ozone regulations will be implemented, world taxation might have begun, energy production will be reduced and therefore costs increased, the Islamic caliphate may be partially established, our military will be gutted, our movements and communications monitored and our freedoms in general curtailed and the dollar will be worth much less. Not the recipe for a resurgence in the near future.

        It seems to me that a focus on the local and state are the only real options right now. Beginning over from the ground up – but that will take re-winning the philosophical arguments of our founders.

        Like others, I am willing (no, make that must) to continue to fight, but our political universe just changed.

    • jillosophy
    • Obama is the antichrist. It will take more to defeat him than we know.
      We did what we could, thinking that he was a mortal foe. But he is not. He is the embodiment of EVIL. Watch the Middle East, where he has emboldend the muslim b’hood – and the communists in the west. He will bring the end of the world as we know it.

        • MJ
        • Obama is an anti christ for sure, but more than that, he is judgement on this nation.

          What to do now? Let people that have done NOTHING start to do something.
          So many ‘conservatives’ just let the ‘birther’ issue go. Even though, by O’s own admission, he was born in Kenya and his father not legit.

          That and Benghazi, ditto Fast n furious were your only weapons and so many were cowardice and chose to leave it alone for fear of being called racist.

          Well, nows your chance to show what he will do, WHI, and that means coming PUBLIC

    • Jeff
    • It was in God’s hands. Now that Obama won again, we know what direction the globalists are headed and they have showed their collective hands. Game on!

    • AtlasShrugged
    • Maybe people will start caring about SCYTL now. SOE software is used by 1 in 6 counties in the US, which is crucial in vote flipping if the race is perceived to be close.

      John 10:10. Our hope is not in the man in the White House, but in the Man Who was put on the Cross.

      • cobra
      • That’s what I was saying since two weeks ago.
        Even if the Senate will not remove him from power, he will so weakened by the impeachment in the house, he will not have much fight in him to finish us.

      • chunkdog
      • I agree. You can’t swing a dead cat without hitting something this man could be impeached on.

        And tp whomever brought up Scytl, I agree there is something funny going on somewhere. It looks like Ohio will have a mandatory recount. What about the military and all there lost ballots? Are they just forgotten?

        I think we need to take a hint from the liberals and stop being so polite about getting what we want. If we don’t we are definitely screwed.

    • Essa
    • I don’t know whether I want to burn my flag or fly it in defiance.

      We were all duped into believing maybe there was a chance America was still the land of the free and the home of the brave. The most disgusting sight of all was seeing all the godless, ungrateful parasites clapping their hands on cue and waving their meaningless little flags around totally oblivious and ignorant to the fact they are mere useless eaters to the one, tools to be thrown into the trash can just like the little flags that were most likely thrown on the ground and stepped on when they left the building.

    • InTheKnow
    • Cobra has it right. People who have come from countries with repressive regimes know that you don’t always win the first battle and the war to preserve freedom is an eternal one.

      I am very unhappy with the result tonight, but the fight continues.

    • luxuryoption
    • I know this message may fall on closed ears, but tonight [11/6] we have seen a devine movement of God. His thoughts are not yours, but everything works towards His will.

      The question is what does THE FATHER have planned next. We have no choice, but to stay tuned.

      • bill o'rights
      • Incorrect.

        God gave us free will, did he not?

        God has presented us with choices. And the choices before us are of our own making. Unfortunately, our complacency and inaction has led us to this moment. Inaction on our part, has made these choices more difficult. But, sooner than later, we will all be forced to make the choice between action and inaction.

        • luxuryoption
        • Free will was exercised. There was no complacency – action was evident.

          The outcome was not as anticipated. Hence, Divine movement. But to what end? Stay tuned, The Living God always reveals His will.

    • madeleine7
    • We are truly in the hands of God. I trust Him with all my heart and all my soul. To-night´s election results means that “bad stuff” will start happening fast. Sometimes things have to get worse before they get better. God WILL intervene. “How” and “When,” I do not know. Thank you so much,UM,and the Insiders. Your fight will not have been in vain. People, pray!! Get on your knees and beg Almighty God to protect all our families, the USA, Israel and the whole world.

    • Stan Lippmann
    • As much as I dislike Obama, Romney deserved to lose. He cheated Ron Paul in Iowa and elsewhere. He surrounded himself with the same old Cheneyac maniac neo-cons. Above all else, Americans are sick of endless war, which enables the welfare state and police state and together have bankrupted the US. The silver lining is that when the economy collapses after having been looted by both parties’ figureheads, and the dollar is replace by the yuan as the global reserve currency, and both savings and debt go up in smoke unless you are holding real money gold and silver, it will be on Obama’s head, and in response white people will see no reason to feel guilty about the past. After the hyper-inflation, DC will be properly reviled, and by default the Governments will have to start living within their means. Only then will morality be restored in America.

    • charlotte
    • I am so gutted now.I am crying. Havent felt so sad and sucker punched since Andrew Breitbart’s murder. All I can say is that America has been overtaken by evil.
      Obamatollah will have his revenge.
      G-d help Israel because now the end begins…
      I also predict some “suicides” in Jarretts/WH staffing ranks.
      All I can say, is that now we must all stand together and help each other and like minded Americans who are suffering under this Pharoaobamatollaha’s yoke. Sandy is a good place to start,. Let good deeds be our legacy.

      • Kay112
      • Wow! This is the first I have heard this,Charlotte from someone other than my memory recall! Last night, it seemed to remind me so much of 2008 when these states began falling from the Republicans side to Obama! Deja vu – It just seemed to remind me of 2008 all over again. I am amazed at what you brought here!!

        I didn’t take Lame Cherry seriously, but I will have to re-examine LC once more.

    • doctorate
    • Lunatics like the Lippmann commenter above aside, Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan were terrific candidates who were perfect for America. This Country would have soared under their leadership. The Insiders did what they could with the resources they have at their disposal. Unfortunately, we have a lot of dysfunctional, self-loathing liberals, free-loaders and low-lifes concentrated in certain key welfare-oriented states that are forever to hijack our elections unless we make changes in the way we vote. The Country is doomed to succumb to its lowest common denominators in delegate-rich California, Illinois, and New York under the present-day scenario. Obama took the night because in the possible swing states, his team brought every street derelict, mental patient and wayward soul they could find to the polls, paying some off with cigarettes or alcohol or cash – and got them to press the lever on his behalf. His team simply rounded up more bodies – and it changed the significance of earlier poll numbers, which had given Romney slight margins in most cases under a lower-democrat turnout model. Remember, O.’s people started campaigning four years ago; it’s pretty hard for challenger candidates who only have a handful of months from nomination to the general election (after winning their primary) to compete with the level of organization of an incumbent, especially one who is a perpetual campaigner. Any dem can easily create a “firewall” with the resources O had, including ethnocentric voters and incumbency. Again, Mitt Romney’s team did an outstanding job with the scenario they were given.

      We are going to hear a lot of nonsense going forward from pundits and talking heads that amounts to Monday-morning quarterbacking. We will probably hear some lame conspiracy theories, as well, including those that blame this conservative or that conservative for some slight to someone or error in judgment, or theories that overly zero in on things someone may or may not have said during the course of the campaign.

      It’s not that we don’t have enough intelligent ethical Americans to make the right leadership choices based on character, integrity, and a candidate’s background and record; it’s that the people who can do so are simply not spread around the Country geographically in a way so as to be able to significantly affect the outcome of our general elections. The lowest of the low are deciding the fate of the whole.

      • cobra
      • I am not gonna say a single bad word about Mitt Ronney.He is a very decent guy.

        By the way, I highly respect the WHI and WSI, along UM.
        Please be kind to them.
        They put their life on the line for the country.

        There were some tactical errors done, but the real failure was strategic, and it belongs to the repubic party not Mitt Romney.

    • NameBM
    • I have seen this one before in my life and left my country of origin anticipating exactly what has happen there since.

      I am glad to have live in America because I experienced freedom at least for a while in my life.

      Do I believe they cheated? Yes I think so. The reports from all over America were very consistent with a depressed Dem participation at the polls.

      Not adding up with the results. I think a close look comparing the results in counties controlled by different voting machines will tell the tale.

      So here we go marching towards a cliff. I am glad to have leave the big cities. Life there is going to be difficult.

      For now there is a big sadness in my soul.

      As there will not be any Benghazi, any empeachment, any fast n furious. They will all disapear from the radar. They will be burry by the press even more than now.

      We did not get the Senate back. Was there cheating too? Was it needed with candidates like Akin? And with the Rep Machine not getting behind conservative candidates?

      Sad, so sad. And afraid of the future. Obama is a grain of dictator which just germinated.

      I may not post again for a while. I need to think about what it all means for me personnaly. This game just became extremely dangerous.

    • NameBM
    • I would agree with you except that your analysis is countered by all the eyes witnesses on the grounds. The Dem participation was not what it was in 2008. Something else was at play.

      We are descending into the darkness.

      • Patcairn
      • Not sure what reporting you mean, but on the ground reports (like from Breitbart) would have a self selection bias so they wouldn’t necessarily reveal the surge on the other side. I’m not at all saying fraud wasn’t an issue because we know it was. Whether it was significant enough in this election to sway several states is a question.

        I referred to just such people as yourself in an earlier post – people who left their home countries as they watched them devolve into tyranny. Now you’re watching it a second time only there is nowhere else to go. Nowhere better, at any rate. Very sad for all of us.

    • doctorate
    • Not true. They had high participation in swing state counties where it mattered most. It was very smart and very targeted. All our “evidence” was either anecdotal or in places where it didn’t matter as much or didn’t have the lethal impact to knock out their firewall. Because of NY, IL and CA, dems do not have to maintain as many possible options to victory as the GOP does in order to win the electoral college chess game. They just have to keep us from flipping certain key swing states.

      Axelfraud beat Karl Rove.

    • spotted reptile
    • I believe it was stolen. Obama was beaten yesterday. You could see it in his eyes. Those tears weren’t victory tears. His body language was that of a loser. They chose that small venue the McCormick Center for their election night.

      Nope, it was stolen. However, today is today. Romney did the best anyone could. The bad guys won. Sadly, I see the decline of democracy with this result. It’s now everyone for themselves in the rush to get the goodies, and nationhood will soon be a thing of the past, as we revert to tribalism. When the money runs out, we will eat each other. NJ now is the future in 50 years or less. Civilisation has reached the mature phase.

      Stock up what you can, and take care of yourself your family and your friends. It’s going to get ugly from here.

    • Patcairn
    • I need to post something to all here, including UM and the Insiders. I found UM while still at Newsflavor precisely because of the Insider posts. They captured my interest. At first, probably like many of you, I wasn’t sure what I was reading was real. Was it shtick to get readership? If it was real, how accurate and valuable? To begin with, it was entertainment if nothing else. Gradually, of course, I became convinced that what I was reading was genuine and, after repeated accurate predictions/comments, I came to understand the value.

      It was a long time before I made a comment. When I did was tied into not only my sense of the value of what was relayed by the Insiders and the significance of our times, but also the comfort I felt at the site. This is the reason for this post.

      I want to thank UM for creating such a hospitable environment, for finding (or being smart enough to continue to engage) the Insiders, for being committed to the preservation of the republic and the risk it has entailed, for being engaged with those who commented. I want to thank the Insiders who have evidently risked much to share with us some of what they know and to interact with us. I agree, there are many smart people here who added their own value.

      Even more though, I want to say that I have never found a site that made me feel as comfortable and proud of my fellow Americans as this one. I go to a lot of sites. If there are others with the same feel, I haven’t found them. It wasn’t just UM and the Insiders that kept me coming back, but those who comment too.

      Here, it hasn’t just been a running diatribe against the left, merely allowing needed venting or narcissistic displays of cleverness. It hasn’t only been about our team versus their team. There is rightful anger and resentment here, certainly, but there has been a consistent tone that displayed real concern for our country, for our principles, for right and wrong. What really impressed me was there was always a sense that people here wanted to discover and understand first, then address the issues. But country first, always country first.

      Maybe I misinterpreted all of this time, but I think not. Tonight too, there isn’t blazing anger that we lost to “them.” What I am seeing is fear and sadness for the republic we cherish. I read devastation, not vows of revenge. I read hope still in the darkness and a determination by some to fight on in the storm that is based adherence to principle. I see dignity in loss.

      My fellow members of this community, UM, and the Insiders, if what I believe I have seen here was and is truly representative of America, I could face the future with much more confidence. I am glad to have found this site, even more so tonight when it is so dark and I thank you for allowing me in, as minor a part as I have been.

      In writing this perhaps I have answered part of my own soul searching that I posted earlier. What next? Can I continue to come here? In loss, community is even more important than in plenty. This community is too valuable to let go. If UM continues the site and you all choose to stick around, I will be here too.

      • InTheKnow
      • Great comment, Patcairn.

        The dream never dies. Freedom never dies. Sometimes the bulb flickers, but it remains alight.

        This is why I referenced Cobra above. Coming from a Communist country as Cobra did (I believe), you learn to live with the pain for sometimes greater periods of time.

        In the USA, we have been very fortunate in that respect. Which is why the globalists dislike this country so much, I would think. We helped shatter the USSR, their prized possession.

        As I said to WSI in another comment thread, you can never permanently defeat the human spirit. Even in a Communist totalitarian environment.

        Many of us will have to lick our wounds and vent our frustrations. And then the fight for freedom continues. As it always does, and always will.

        Stay strong.

        • Patcairn
        • Thank you. I agree with you and also referenced those who come from countries whose governments fell into totalitarianism. They come here in pain to escape and now have to watch it start happening all over again. Sickening.

          I like your closing comments. There will be the stages of grief for many of us. Having community will help. Your comment, “As it always does, and always will” reminds me of a reference I long ago attached to the American Experiment.

          There was a scene in Spartacus when Crassus is talking to Antoninus about Rome explaining to him that Rome was a thought in the mind of God. To me, the principles, the values, the spirit of the United States is such an ethereal thing. I happen to be an atheist (alas) so I can’t exactly say I believe America is an idea in the mind of God, but I do somewhat envision it that way anyway. An artifact of my Christian past, I presume. In any case, what we are is eternal. If not us, the ideas will eventually again voice their borning cry somewhere else.

          We happened to have been singularly blessed above all other civilizations with the most exquisite manifestation of the ideas to date. It has been glorious. Now we face the decay. I hope we can yet revive the Lady Liberty and see her once again lift the torch proudly and defiantly. But if not, somewhere, sometime…

          • InTheKnow
          • You’re welcome.

            What you said is right — every splendid city or empire has its fall. Such as with Rome. It can happen to the USA, and appears to be in the process of happening. Sadly.

            The USA is not a place it is an idea, a set of ideals. If the ideals live on, the US lives on. We carry it with us.

            Anytime there is a unified power in the world that wants total control, freedom will be in jeopardy. There really is no escape from this.

            As WSI has said, the plan by this unified power has been going on for decades against this nation. For at least 100 years, and probably longer.

            The unified power has been patient and has bided its time. It has taken various steps to achieve its aims. This is far beyond elections. And, as WSI once said on the subject I believe, this outside power is always present for American political leadership. One has to slowly steer away from it in the ocean, I think WSI said on the subject. He’s right.

            People should educate themselves on things such as Agenda 21, which MI referred to. Understand and trace the puppets back to the puppetmasters, and find out who is pulling their strings, as well.

            It is important to understand as much of this as you can, from all sides. It is much more pervasive and coordinated, in my opinion, than you might think.

            • Patcairn
            • Yes, opposing forces have been gathering for a very long time. Yet when there is an ocean change, it occurs rapidly. Who living in the 60s and 70s would have ever expected the very same reviled radicals of those days to have a vice grip on the WH now? The foundation was laid while most of us slept and the end game arrived swiftly.

              These feudalistic charlatans view themselves as revolutionaries, yet they no not real revolutionary thought. What they want is a return to very old ideals, caste system (feudalism), central command economy (monarchy), distribution of wealth rather than wealth creation (feudalism again), etc.

              Our founders were real revolutionaries. They brought about something never before seen. We need to regenerate that spirit, in ourselves first, and then in others.

              I hate being in this position. Like probably most others here, I just want to be left alone by the government. While I love philosophy, I don’t even like politics. Yet politics it is for me now. I suspect there are others here with attitudes like mine.

              This luxury of this bias has been taken away. Now we need to community organize like the Marxists have never seen, because they didn’t have American values on their side. I keep thinking about the anti-war marches. Now the time isn’t right yet, but I keep envisioning marches, displays, that dwarf those.

              The sight of wide boulevards, parks,etc. filled with masses of people has the peculiar effect of garnering particular interest of those in D.C. As long as they can write complaints off to just Tea Parties, they can make excuses. When streets fill, they have to watch. I think that time is coming again.

              Of course, there is much more to do, first and foremost winning the war of ideas.

      • InTheKnow
      • I am sure that everyone here knows the tale of Frankenstein.

        There are many themes in that book, but one of the most important themes is this — sometimes you can create a thing, or unleash a thing, that then becomes beyond your control. So, be very wary of what you create.

        Some here want to recriminate WHI and WSI for their hand in helping launch Obama to the presidency. That might be understandable given the circumstances, although I feel no inclination towards that myself at this time.

        The truth is, we all had a hand in ‘launching’ Obama. Ok, maybe you didn’t bundle $100 million for him or whatever, or you didn’t devote your skill to helping his campaign win in 2008. Fine, fair points.

        But, as WSI has said, Obama is merely an end product of a long, deliberative process by very powerful people to decrease the power and standing of the United States. And that process has mostly occurred within the nation, not outside of it.

        We all participated in this. We allowed this to happen.

        If you want to change things in the USA or anywhere else, you have to make choices and stick with them. Don’t like who a certain megacorporation supports in politics? Don’t buy their products. Don’t like who a certain artist supports in politics? Don’t go to their concerts. Etc.

        The left has used these and other tactics for years, because they had to use them. Some of us, in the middle or towards the right, have gotten lazy. Or we got lulled to sleep. What happened in 2010 did not happen in 2012. And that’s exactly what they were counting on happening. That is strategy.

        Now, I’m not blaming anyone here or trying to pour salt in the wounds. My point is that if you want to win a struggle, you have to commit to it, day in and day out. And, after a period of time, you might win. Winning is not guaranteed, even when it might concern what we take for granted as fundamental American values.

        This has been the long march of the left. In the streets, through the institutions, into the halls of power. And there are people behind them guiding this march, directing the pieces on the chessboard. Some of those people have been mentioned here by WSI, UM, WHI, MI, and commenters.

        One of the good things about this nation is that it adjusts. Term limits were put into place after FDR. And that was good. So, Obama has 4 more years. But only 4 more years. Be thankful for that, that we will not have our own Hugo Chavez.

        Right now, the US seems like it has become “up is down” land. Many of us feel this way. And, unfortunately, that feeling is likely to continue until at least early 2017.

        Don’t give up. Retrench, evaluate, grieve and then move on. WSI didn’t give up in his youth, and he didn’t give up now, either. The struggle continues, and it always will. In that sense, the Marxists are correct about their “permanent revolution.” We must always stand guard and engage when liberty and freedom are threatened.

        This was a very difficult loss for many of us. The next four years are likely to see the rollback of more freedoms and much more hardship, starting with the economic crash that WSI has been talking about. Prepare yourselves and your family for that.

        People have come to UM’s site because they needed somewhere to go, somewhere where up was up, instead of up being down. I am grateful to UM, WSI, WHI and MI for all of their work. I am grateful for all the hard work of the commenters here.

        We have lost this battle. There will be repercussions. I am sure that WHI is very glum at this point about his and the Clinton’s future prospects. Things are great when you win, and very difficult when you lose. Especially when so much effort has been exerted.

        Still, nothing is forever. At some point, the sun will rise and the chance will come, once again. Obama’s team and the left waited for their chance, and now we have to wait for ours. And while we wait, we need to work and prepare and take on the smaller battles than can help us be ready when our chance comes again.

        I am unhappy, very much so. But not devastated. I have prepared my mind for this moment. For the possibility of a loss in this election.

        What I am most concerned about now, besides the future of the USA in the next 4 years, is the health of WSI. Nobody lives forever, at least not on this earth. Such is God’s will.

        I hope that WSI is at peace with himself — and I think he should be — and has plans to continue this effort beyond his own time on earth, if that time is short. We have learned so much from him, things most of us never would have, or could have, learned without his input.

        If we are to compete and win in this struggle, we will need more such help in the future from WSI and others such as him. People who can see the whole landscape from above, while we are more specks on the ground.

        Stay strong, friends. No victory, or defeat, is permanent. Setbacks are part of living, and we still have much yet to do.

        • Patcairn
        • Amen. There have been very few times in our history when the actions of one, or maybe a handful, of people made the difference in the very fabric of our country. Valley Forge was one, the Civil War another, and maybe the Cuban Missile crisis. Maybe a few others, but not many.

          We bought this. Most of us (myself included) were too sleepy for too long. We might have thought we were aware, but we weren’t, at least not sufficiently. My own awakening took years, accelerating from Clinton to Obama. But though we gradually let our values and liberties be eroded, no one had been on the scene like Obama and his minions. By then, it was too late.

          I agree there will be chances yet to come to reverse course, but near permanent damage is being done. Bureaucracies are being created, treaties signed, our military will be gutted, and worst of all, Supreme Court judges appointed.

          We must retrench and renew the fight, but we have never had an outright enemy in the WH prior to this administration. Unshackled, this election will lead to enormous damage.

    • Seen
    • ““SO SORRY. SO SORRY TO HAVE FAILED ALL OF YOU.””

      WSI, are you familiar with Henry Kissinger’s favorite hobby with the same name as his book “Diplomacy”? (For those who aren’t familiar, Henry Kissinger certainly loved his job as Secretary of State as the game is strongly dependent on international relations aka diplomatic relations).
      While your objective to prevent President Obama’s re-election didn’t work out, you didn’t fail; you were simply out-maneuvered, out-played, and miscalculated. It happens.

      “No word from Insider despite multiple attempts on my part to contact them.”

      WHI is probably relocating in a hurry after reading this:

      “”And the dangers to them are now likely even greater because as they told me long ago, “If they keep control of the machine, I’m f-cked.””

      Add this to Jarret’s confidence in an earlier interview and how there would be hell to pay; I’d definitely think relocation is their primary concern at the moment.

      “Was rampant fraud responsible for this loss?”

      I did read reports from both sides indicating vote flipping was rather problematic. There is also the UN Election Observers to consider in much of the country aimed at monitoring Conservative Election fraud and intimidation. I would not be surprised if it reports such occurred, so Jarret would get her backup in that case.

      “What does the future then hold for myself regarding possible future updates? At this point I simply do not know.”

      Well, if you don’t know, we certainly don’t. My hunch is that WHI, WSI, and MI will likely update you on the second terms agenda progression. Unfortunately, if the Obama Administration decides to utterly unshackle itself from accountability, it would redouble its efforts to tighten the noose on whistleblowers, insiders, and other dissidents.

      “We lost. Far more importantly I know it in my soul – America lost.”

      … In hindsight, it could be argued as already defacto in terms of civil rights v civil privileges. It certainly would support that the election was directed/manipulated with so little fuss. On the other hand, if we’re measuring the functionality, I fully suspect the Obama Administration will essentially pretend to do anything…

      “Does America live yet to fight another day, and will I remain a part of that fight?”

      I doubt that US Citizens and Residents will tolerate a major redline crossing, but I’m not entirely sure of the entire populace. Perhaps too many people will just remain Apologists.

      “And what of our Insiders?”

      I guess that we’ll see; they do need to regroup. It’ll also depend on how much of a hurry for payback occurs.

    • IS
    • I knew he was going to be re-elected. Especially after the WHI interview where he revealed he helped get Obama elected in 2008 by voter fraud, and that he knows it will happen again this year.

      “No word from Insider despite multiple attempts on my part to contact them… The only way they win this is to steal it.”

      Uh huh. Ulsterman, you have handled everything with such professionalism and passion. Unfortunately I really and truly believe that WHI has been taking you for a ride all along. He is an admitted thief, or at least an accomplice. You don’t just magically change all the sudden. He has been working both sides, and you my friend, have been put in the middle. He used you. He used all of us.

      WHI, its because of YOU that were are in this situation. YOU got the man elected in 2008 but theft! YOU have allowed it to continue by being the coward that you are by not revealing it. What else have you not revealed to save your own lying ass? How many people did YOU kill as you were “just following orders?” You are complicit in all that Obama is, and all that he is going to do to us. Lets face it, despite all the gushing adoring fans you have here on this website, YOU know what kind of man you are, and I believe I do too. You see, I don’t wear rose colored glasses. You are a liar, a cheater, and an opportunist. You are NOT a good man, because YOU DID NOTHING when you should have revealed the truth about the stolen election.

      WSI, I’m not sure how I feel about you. It seems you have at least some class, and perhaps you did try. But I am so done with all of this. I am done with this website because why would I want to continue to see a good man get baited over and over again, and used like a toy by someone who is really corrupt. UM, you do what you want. And good luck to you. I know for sure you really really tried.

      • Anonymouse
      • So, ‘IS’, you’re from Obama’s camp, attempting, here and at WHI’s message to us, to deflect blame — to distract — in order to sidetrack an investigation into the voting machines that changed Romney votes to Obama votes, huh?

        Mitt Romney had MASSIVE attendance at his rallies, tens of thousands of potential voters, people amassed even in a public car garage at an airport just for a glimpse of Romney, while Obama had trouble filling a cow barn at a fairground where his ‘stage prop’ was a bale of hay.

        Yet you are feigning naivety regarding such obvious corruption as took place in the election?  Do you really think the intelligent people here will BELIEVE you?

        Too funny!!

    • bill o'rights
    • WE MUST STOP POINTING FINGERS AND SPECULATING ABOUT WSI’S AND WHI’S SINCERITY!!!!!

      That will get us nowhere.

      We are responsible for this and no one else. We dropped our guard and enjoyed liberty’s rewards. Freedom is our responsibility, not the responsibility of a few ‘insiders’. For my part, I believe the insiders have acted heroically.

      But now, it is time to ratchet up this fight. We must formulate plans and take action. The states are our last hope, and we must engage them to take back their rights under the Constitution.

      I understand how everyone is feeling. I’m absolutely devastated, but it only strengthens my resolve to fight harder and smarter.

      • Patcairn
      • I too believe that the route now is in the states and at the local level. There are court challenges too, but that avenue will soon be closed to us after Obama adds more Constitution hating justices. And while Republicans held the House, I have little confidence in them. They didn’t stand up for us in the last four years. There is no reason to think they will this time either.

        One has to wonder how much longer the United States can remain whole at this point. The fracture between value systems is immense already and may be reversable in four years.

    • truthandjustice
    • WSI – as for me, I don’t pretend to know what only God knows – people’s “heart”; but without proof, I give the benefit of the doubt and assume you tried your best as you have proclaimed. Therefore, I say we lost not for “lack of trying” & thank you. (Same for WHI)
      I’m as devastated as anyone would be also. Couldn’t sleep last night. However, I have been through many traumatic events in my life and where it looked like there was “no way” to get through it. Eventually God did get me (& family members) through it. I still think the same re His control, etc. I agree about it being about stealing/fraud – like in 2008. That was a huge wake up call about many things – especially voter fraud, Repubs. learning lessons about where they were weak and needed to change, getting back to God, etc.
      I was discouraged from the outset & posted that I wished Romney campaign would speak more about the dangers that would likely happen to this country (other than economic) & worried we would lose – but then I saw his popularity grow and all the good predictions & thought we really could win. And who’s to say we didn’t, if it was honest !? (still think that)
      But God did not allow it…and there are His “good” necessary reasons. I’ve always felt He has only begun with bringing on the “just” judgements on us. The “worse ones” haven’t happened yet so I assumed they would under Romney & be controlled and taken care of better.
      I am still waiting before I can positively know that Obama is in for another 4 years. I still see many scenarios. What really needs to happen is to have an “honest” investigation into the fraudulent voter machines too. Until we get that fixed and have “honest” elections, it’ll continue and worsen b/c they’ll be in control of who wins. This is a MUST & I am hoping that this election will somehow push that and then by a miracle, prove it was stolen – and Romney becomes our President. Far fetched? Yes – but I still believe in miracles. I just never know for sure what God has decided and the numbers of people in the nation who have sincerely repented. If Obama stays, I don’t see a lot of hope b/c we know their agenda….Commie/Marxist/Islmaic takeover in the next 4 yrs. If we end up still having elections, they will be stolen – just like the other tyrannical nations.
      I was heartened to see Michelle Bachmann won – that is great and very needed!!! Also Ted Cruz in Texas for Senate & good governors in many states. So all is not lost….yet. Still believe in the “good signs”, but they apparently weren’t meant to be about this loss right now. That doesn’t rule out the future, even though it looks impossible. Maybe this win, if temporary, was needed in order to make stubborn people do the right thing and convict them — F & F, birth certificate issue, etc.
      It will be interesting to watch what happens to the Repubs and how they react and if any will now come out & give the truth about Obama – the ones that were afraid to before – hoping the elections would solve that. However, that will take more miracles in people’s souls, b/c that means they will be admitting they were quiet before when they should have spoken out. They will be convicted of knowing they were complicit in our downfall by being cowards & not having the proper priorities. But how many are also not speaking b/c of threats to them or their families? I really don’t know how you deal with that one except they decide to the right thing anyway and depend on God for their protection – miraculous intervention. And then we somehow rid ourselves of this mafia rule.
      As I said, this is a David vs. Goliath situation and I guess maybe not enough have realized and accepted that inconvenient truth. I see there are still those that are saying we’re “Americans” and we will successfully deal with it, etc. — pride again. Until we have enough who acknowledge it’s not from human effort that we can win this, it’s acknowledging and acting upon the acceptance we cannot do it without God’s intervention, we will continue to lose and not make sufficient progress. Only God knows the numbers. I can only assume that we don’t have those “numbers” …yet.
      No doubt more disasters will befall us. I noted Maryland and Maine voted to legalize gay marriage – bad sign and warning for them – all states who have done that.
      Re this blog – I will continue to come here for awhile and see what happens. I will await the “next shoe to drop”. I fear for all those that are Obama’s enemies as Jarrett warned. I think now that was not just “bluster” – she probably felt confident about their fraud machine for a win and that’s why Obama seemed to be confident – probably was constantly assured he’d win. We all underestimated that.

      JULES – I noted your post about the scripture last night. How did you come by that? When I saw it, I knew bad news was coming.

      “It’s 1:5 in American now:

      John 1:5 “And the light shineth in darkness, and the darkness did not comprehend it.”

      Don’t know about you, but I took it to mean that the “light” (meaning Jesus in scripture) but analogous also to Mitt (b/c he had the answer for America’s resurgence, protection of the Republic) was presented to us, but sadly, too many that are living in darkness (pro Obama crowd) could not “comprehend” it. They are willingly blinded to the truth. It is out there to be found easily (about Obama and Jesus). No excuse.

      Woe unto them all……..

      • Patcairn
      • There *should* be investigation into all the reports of fraud. Unfortunately, after Romney’s concession speech, I don’t believe there is the will to proceed that way. In the stead of candidate challenges, secretaries of state would have to do it and I doubt there is the political will to risk themselves over a vote already conceded.

        I find the whole subject very curious because on the one hand, it seems rather implausible that the numbers necessary to create the leads in FL, VA and OH (MI and WI too if you wish) could be stolen without being obvious. On the other hand, there is the anecdotal evidence: great enthusiasm at Romney/Ryan stops, media playing defense and even beginning to make excuses for a loss, Jarrett’s seeming certainty about a win, the sudden break of undecideds toward Obama when they almost always break toward the challenger, Romney’s behavior seemingly disconnected to results in the last days (their polling didn’t pick up the shifts or the shifts weren’t there?) and even such things as Alan West apparently losing after having a very recent poll showing *him* up several points. How many Romney votes were flipped in computerized machines that people didn’t spot? How many dead people or illegals voted? And when do we find out how many military votes were suppressed? Enough to turn three states?

        I remain unconvinced the fraud was great enough to change several states, but it is all very odd and I am suspicious.

        On another note, not only was it a bad night for the Senate, the House lost spots too. And in case anyone missed this miserable communist misanthrope, Alan Grayson won so he’ll be back on the House floor accusing Republicans of whatever atrocity came to him in his psychopathic mind the night before.

      • Jules
      • T &J, I thought of WHI, then John 9:30, then darkness, then John 1:5. It seemed important, so I posted it.

        Here is 1 John 1:5

        “And this is the declaration which we have heard from him, and declare unto you: That God is light, and in him there is no darkness.”

        Jesus is the light, of course. We are called to bring the light to others. And the thought that the darkness cannot overcome it was rattling around in my mind, trying to cheer myself up.

        I was weary, still am, and haven’t been this down since the first Wednesday of November 2008.

        However, we are bigger than a bunch of corrupt cheating, lying, stealing, angry elections thieves , so I am with Bil o’, you, and everyone else who doesn’t intend to give up.

    • Obeline
    • Wielding the double-edged sword of democracy, America has chosen to commit suicide.

      Protect yourselves and your loved ones.

      Shalom.

    • bill o'rights
    • Read something this morning that set off a lightbulb…

      I’m paraphrasing, but it was along these lines…

      In America, the leaders we elect are a reflection of ourselves.

      The fact is, more than I’d like to admit, Obama IS the people’s President.

      What am I saying?

      I’m saying that Obama targeted uneducated immigrants, aliens and racial minorities. He also targeted single women. In both cases, he scored.

      It makes no difference whether Obama is a Marxist or not (he is). One need only look as far as the recent Venezuelan elections to understand the dynamic.

      We now are left hoping that the wealthy, successful liberals become disenfranchised by Obama’s actions in the future. But I say there is another way.

      We must CHANGE the population. I don’t mean change the actual population, I mean we must educate them. We must become teachers of the Constitution and we must teach at a grassroots level. We must go door-to-door and preach the Constitution as though it were scripture. Otherwise, the nation is lost, forever, because the generations who live here now will only bring with them and engrain the very ignorance that caused these people to come here in the first place.

    • Dan Shays
    • Mr. WSI, whoever you are, do not take the blame to yourself. We have all failed! This burden, fixing of a totally corrupt system, is too great for one man alone. Term limits are desperately needed until we can figure out a solution to this problem, but even that will come too late. Only a French-style Revolution I fear will put an end to this systemic corruption!

    • Enough is enough
    • I look at it this way, depend on no one to help you. Prepare the best you can. The people wanting more help may be in for a surprise when the whole system comes down. There will be nothing to give. Look out for yourself. The ones waiting for the government in NJ and NY to help them says it all. Unemployment will get worst, businesses will close due to high taxes and healthcare, prices will go thru the roof for food and energy. The people in this country have spoken for what they want and its coming. Expect nothing and you will not be disappointed. God bless all.

    • plainolamerican
    • It doesn’t matter now you fools(R). To keep THEIR job security in tact for the last multi- yeaRS YOU compromised. You compromised your integrity, our military, our finances and our proverbial American soul.

      When they attacked you defended, while they built you JUST sustained. They made grand promises you made sef-serving deals. You brought the rhetorical knife to a gun fight just for yourselves or didn’t fight at all.

      Mostly, you sold OUR country for a few pieces of silver including WHI and WSI.

      I’m enbarrassed to call you my countrymen.

    • InTheKnow
    • Reposting this just because I mistakenly made it a ‘reply’ to another comment when it was meant to be its own comment.

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      I am sure that everyone here knows the tale of Frankenstein.

      There are many themes in that book, but one of the most important themes is this — sometimes you can create a thing, or unleash a thing, that then becomes beyond your control. So, be very wary of what you create.

      Some here want to recriminate WHI and WSI for their hand in helping launch Obama to the presidency. That might be understandable given the circumstances, although I feel no inclination towards that myself at this time.

      The truth is, we all had a hand in ‘launching’ Obama. Ok, maybe you didn’t bundle $100 million for him or whatever, or you didn’t devote your skill to helping his campaign win in 2008. Fine, fair points.

      But, as WSI has said, Obama is merely an end product of a long, deliberative process by very powerful people to decrease the power and standing of the United States. And that process has mostly occurred within the nation, not outside of it.

      We all participated in this. We allowed this to happen.

      If you want to change things in the USA or anywhere else, you have to make choices and stick with them. Don’t like who a certain megacorporation supports in politics? Don’t buy their products. Don’t like who a certain artist supports in politics? Don’t go to their concerts. Etc.

      The left has used these and other tactics for years, because they had to use them. Some of us, in the middle or towards the right, have gotten lazy. Or we got lulled to sleep. What happened in 2010 did not happen in 2012. And that’s exactly what they were counting on happening. That is strategy.

      Now, I’m not blaming anyone here or trying to pour salt in the wounds. My point is that if you want to win a struggle, you have to commit to it, day in and day out. And, after a period of time, you might win. Winning is not guaranteed, even when it might concern what we take for granted as fundamental American values.

      This has been the long march of the left. In the streets, through the institutions, into the halls of power. And there are people behind them guiding this march, directing the pieces on the chessboard. Some of those people have been mentioned here by WSI, UM, WHI, MI, and commenters.

      One of the good things about this nation is that it adjusts. Term limits were put into place after FDR. And that was good. So, Obama has 4 more years. But only 4 more years. Be thankful for that, that we will not have our own Hugo Chavez.

      Right now, the US seems like it has become “up is down” land. Many of us feel this way. And, unfortunately, that feeling is likely to continue until at least early 2017.

      Don’t give up. Retrench, evaluate, grieve and then move on. WSI didn’t give up in his youth, and he didn’t give up now, either. The struggle continues, and it always will. In that sense, the Marxists are correct about their “permanent revolution.” We must always stand guard and engage when liberty and freedom are threatened.

      This was a very difficult loss for many of us. The next four years are likely to see the rollback of more freedoms and much more hardship, starting with the economic crash that WSI has been talking about. Prepare yourselves and your family for that.

      People have come to UM’s site because they needed somewhere to go, somewhere where up was up, instead of up being down. I am grateful to UM, WSI, WHI and MI for all of their work. I am grateful for all the hard work of the commenters here.

      We have lost this battle. There will be repercussions. I am sure that WHI is very glum at this point about his and the Clinton’s future prospects. Things are great when you win, and very difficult when you lose. Especially when so much effort has been exerted.

      Still, nothing is forever. At some point, the sun will rise and the chance will come, once again. Obama’s team and the left waited for their chance, and now we have to wait for ours. And while we wait, we need to work and prepare and take on the smaller battles than can help us be ready when our chance comes again.

      I am unhappy, very much so. But not devastated. I have prepared my mind for this moment. For the possibility of a loss in this election.

      What I am most concerned about now, besides the future of the USA in the next 4 years, is the health of WSI. Nobody lives forever, at least not on this earth. Such is God’s will.

      I hope that WSI is at peace with himself — and I think he should be — and has plans to continue this effort beyond his own time on earth, if that time is short. We have learned so much from him, things most of us never would have, or could have, learned without his input.

      If we are to compete and win in this struggle, we will need more such help in the future from WSI and others such as him. People who can see the whole landscape from above, while we are more specks on the ground.

      Stay strong, friends. No victory, or defeat, is permanent. Setbacks are part of living, and we still have much yet to do.

        • InTheKnow
        • Thanks, Holly.

          There is a lot to do for all of us. First, we have to pick up the pieces, come to grips with what happened.

          Then, we need to learn from our mistakes and make adjustments.

          The ‘bad guys’ won this round. And the round before that. The contest continues, and will always continue. After WSI leaves this earth, after we all leave this earth.

          That is why it is so important to learn all you can, and teach others what you know. Teach your children, teach your friends.

          The left wing hates the light of the truth. They cannot withstand its scrutiny.

          So learn that truth, and pass it on.

          Our time will come again. Until then, we need to learn and prepare, and prepare others. So that the ideals of this nation are forever preserved.

          When Rome was lost, many of its teachings went to, I believe, the Arab/Islamic world. That was the foundation of the Renaissance. But those lessons stayed intact for centuries though they were lost to the West.

          Something similar may happen to America. I hope not, of course. But we must each be the keeper of her ideals. So that, when the time comes, she can be reborn as what she was intended to be, rather than a Marxist facsimile of her true form.

    • ginghamturtle
    • Well, I see the country has skipped plan A, B, C and moved all the way to F for FUCKED…

      You know, I live in the poorest state in the Union. I actually enjoy that. It is easy to not feel loss when you didn’t have much to lose in the first place. I have seen all of Yankees up there in NY and NJ whining about storm Sandy and the government not coming to the rescue.. Damn folks, did you miss Katrina?? Did you think that just because Katrina hit southern states that the rednecks and ignorant country blacks deserve what they got??? Wake the hell up. Government is not there to hold you hand. Government is there to make sure we have a military to protect us from our enemies. Not go pick your ass up off of the ground when your house is flooded. That Friends is the job of your neighbors with their ‘john boats” or jet ski boats.. Remember to be friends with a redneck, he will be the one there to rescue you … Heck the Bubbas love to help people out and then recount the story over and over while watching the game…

      As for the WSI.. Look, I do not begrudge rich folks. I personally think they have the hardest life. I do however, expect them to show love of country. That means if you are a rich American then by god you better do what you can to protect this country. I actually prayed that WSI would use his money and influence to get this election won for us. I am very disappointed. BTW using that kind of influence goes against my principles but I thought hey any port in a storm.

      WSI, I have prayed for you, thought of you often. I am angry right now, not at you but at the whole situation. I hope that deep, deep inside, you have a talk with your friends that to whom much is given, much is expected… In other words, don’t run out and give poor people money. Just do all you can to bring back jobs and dignity to the regular folks.

      Maybe it is vanity for me to be so angry now. I don’t know but I am.

      You know, maybe after the shock of this is over I can do something with this energy I feel. I joined the tea party. I still love the tea party and all it stands for. Right now, that southern temper of mine is too near the surface. I do feel a need to secede today but then I would miss all of my friends from the other states. So I will go get a glass of sweet tea and try to remain calm.

      Thank you all for allowing me to express my frustration. I do love this country so much and maybe the sun will shine tomorrow but today it is pretty cloudy in America..

    • Kat
    • WSI, you are a great man. You did your best. People in here want to blame someone but themselves so they are blaming you. I saw the Jewish vote surge in Florida. And the Wall St, money pouring into Romney. Some media were more fair and balanced. How the NY Times stock values went way down. You tried. But We the People let you down. The exit polls say the economy was the #1 issue but they voted for Obama. They are getting their disability or other govt check and so that is what happened. Big gov payoff. And maybe there was some fraud too. No president has ever been re-elected with this kind of unemployment. But this time he was. How does that happen? Don’t blame yourself WSI. We take the blame. We did this to ourselves. God bless you.

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