Mayor Davis Attends University That Taught Ted Kaczynski To Be A People Person

by Travis Mateer

The woman who ran successfully to be Mayor of Missoula apparently doesn’t know how to do her job, so she recently attended some Harvard program put on by the Bloomberg Center for Cities. What will our newbie Mayor learn? Let’s take a look. From the link:

As new mayors prepare to take the reins in city halls across the country, 27 newly-elected U.S. mayors have been selected to participate in the Bloomberg Center for Cities at Harvard University’s Program for New Mayors: First 100 Days, delivered in collaboration with Bloomberg Philanthropies, the U.S. Conference of Mayors, and the Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School.

Mayors will receive world-class training from Harvard faculty, urban innovation and management experts, and other mayors on how to set strategic citywide priorities, build effective city hall organizations, and deliver for residents.

This is disappointing, but not surprising. If anyone thinks Mayors across America have their own minds, think again. Or, better yet, DON’T think, because thinking is dangerous, especially if you think critically about what Harvard and Bloomberg may have to teach a new Mayor like Andrea Davis.

I’m going to use a scary word to describe the ideology our new Mayor is being indoctrinated by, so get ready: GLOBALISM. Yes, that’s right, our Mayor wants to be a compliant little cog in the globalist agenda for America, so that’s what she’s doing. Here’s more from the link (emphasis mine):

As cities find themselves on the frontlines of addressing increasingly global challenges, the Bloomberg Center for Cities at Harvard’s Program for New Mayors is designed to help new mayors make the most of their roles. Through the program, mayors gain strategic insights for strengthening critical leadership and management skills, leading teams to work across departments and sectors, and building out their city hall organizations in their first days and months in office.

What kind of GLOBAL challenges is Missoula facing? The supposed climate crisis is the big boogeyman, of course, along with saving global refugees and bringing them to Missoula so we can experience the joy of foreign damaged humans adding to our local problem of damaged humans in a glorious clusterfuck that will hopefully get bad enough so we beg global elites for a global government.

If you don’t understand the future path for this town and ALL towns, that’s probably because you accepted the bullshit 3 years ago and now don’t understand how Covid was the setup for ushering in a dystopia of globalist control. For those who DO understand, articles like this from Bloomberg were huge red flags when they started rolling out with social distancing and lockdowns. From the link:

The Covid-19 crisis in the U.S. has torn a hole in city budgets, decimating urban economies across the country even as infections continue to roar back and the specter of second-wave lockdowns loom. Las Vegas faces “the most serious fiscal crisis” it’s ever faced. The pandemic is hitting Houston’s finances harder than Hurricane Harvey, according to Mayor Sylvester Turner. Tallahassee, Florida, city officials are trying to “defuse a time bomb” due to $23.4 million in lost revenue this year. Local governments may face a cumulative shortfall of hundreds of billions of dollars, small businesses are closing at staggering rates, and when the temporary boost in unemployment benefits expires, municipal sales tax shortfalls may get even worse.

An international coalition of cities believes that the only path forward for mayors is funding green stimulus plans focused on job creation. The newly released Mayors’ Agenda for a Green and Just Recovery, released July 15 by C40 Cities, an international coalition of urban leaders focused on fighting climate change and promoting sustainable development, was developed by the organization’s Global Mayors COVID-19 Recovery Task Force. The far-ranging series of plans offers a green prescription for financial stabilization that emphasizes several familiar pillars of progressive urbanism — renewable energy investment, energy-efficient buildings, improved mass transit, and spending on new parks and green space. One core idea: Cities are the “engines of the recovery,” and investing in their resilience is the best way to avoid economic disaster.

One of its recommendations has a more novel ring to it. The agenda recommends that “all residents will live in ‘15-minute cities.’” That term echoes the transformative ambitions of Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo, who has doubled down on car-free transit and pedestrian infrastructure in the French capital. Hidalgo made the idea that Parisians should be able to meet their shopping, work, recreational and cultural needs within a 15-minute walk or bike ride a centerpiece of her recent reelection campaign. The C40 proposal suggests that following such a model would help global cities live up to the document’s promise of equitable access to jobs and city services for all, and rebuild areas economically hard-hit by the pandemic.

“Fifteen-minute cities, micromobility, and more space for walking and biking are innovative solutions that will help our cities rebuild and restore our economy while protecting lives and cutting dangerous pollution,” Carol M. Browner, former EPA administrator and board chair of the League of Conservation Voters, said in a statement supporting the agenda.

If this sounds great then Andrea Davis is your ideal Mayor, Missoula. I’m sure you’ll love your digital dollars and car-less streets and social credits for being a compliant prisoner in this new order the psychopath class has been preparing for the world.

And what better University to be teaching our Mayor how to be a NWO Mayor than Harvard, the place where Ted Kaczynski learned how to be a people person.

Harvard also turned out some anthropologists, like Charles Bohannan, who weaponized their field to more effectively terrorize foreign populations in places like the Philippines. Isn’t that cool?

This town, like many other towns, will now be on track for the globalist transformation into open-air prisons. Soon we’ll all be living in Gaza with psychopaths tracking our every movement, including caloric intake. Is that what you want, Missoula?

If you don’t support the psychopath class attaining global control over all of humanity, then please wake the fuck up and realize that this path to hell really is paved by the “good intentions” of useful idiots who truly believe it’s necessary to trash the American project to save the planet.

Are you going to sit back and let this happen, Missoula? Staying in denial is much easier than waking up and realizing individual autonomy will only be preserved if enough individuals stand up and assert that autonomy in the face of this collectivist bullshit peddled by the psychopath class. So, how many will choose the easy path of less resistance?

I think 2024 is the year we’re going to find out the answer to that question.

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Why Is Sheriff Jeremiah Petersen Not Explaining Declining Crime Numbers To Local Media?

by Travis Mateer

When law enforcement does something good, like contribute to a decline in violent crime numbers, don’t you think they’d want to talk about it? Well, violent crimes numbers are supposedly down, but Jeremiah Petersen doesn’t want to discuss this with local media. My question is simple: why not? (emphasis mine):

Numbers from the Montana Board of Crime Control show a spike in violent crime during 2021 and 2022, but now things are ticking back down.

Here’s how the Missoula County data breaks down since 2021:

Aggravated assault dropped from 522 in 2021 to 496 in 2022 and 351 in 2023.

Forcible rapes decreased from 67 to 56 to 37.

Robberies fell from 62 to 51 to 40.

Negligent manslaughter and murder dropped from two to one, then zero.

We reached out to the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office to ask what might be driving the downward trend. The department declined an interview and referred us to the Missoula County attorney.

Why did Sheriff Petersen decline the interview? Perhaps the agency he referred local media to offers us a clue about Petersen’s reluctance. After all, who charges and prosecutes the cases that ultimately become part of Montana’s crime statistics? That’s right, the County Attorney’s Office.

The crimes that get charged, or NOT charged, can make it confusing for those outside the criminal justice system. For example, in the summer of 2020 I wrote about how Kirsten Pabst justified NOT prosecuting a drug dealer who stabbed his customer to death in a bathroom over a drug deal gone bad.

Now, three years later, it looks like I might be writing about the County Attorney’s Office potentially charging a young woman for using a knife to defend herself. Here’s the comment the young woman made on the blog post I wrote up in July:

The one you are talking about in this post that defended themselves is me. I cannot express enough how spot-on “anon” was for this incident. I am unfortunately being charged for this and my court date is pending. I was in-fact fearing for mine, my friend, and my boyfriends safety during this night due to the girls. I appreciate everyone who was or is taking their time to really understand what happened and why it did. I was in-fact defending myself. I am currently fighting lies in my said court case. It was indeed a four on two or more specifically a 1-1 and a 3-1, and if not for me defending myself it could’ve been more. I am happy to answer questions about this to an extent, and a huge thank you to the author of this post for bringing attention to the case. I already tried to comment on this once so I’m not sure if they have to be approved but hopefully this gets out there. Thank you again.

What’s going on here? Is this a numbers game to the County Attorney’s Office? Multiple assailants would mean multiple charges, right? Of course there’s a lot I don’t know, but I think asking questions is important.

Another act of collective violence happened recently when six young men allegedly lured their victim into a house where a savage beat down occurred.

From the link:

On December 4, 2023, the Missoula Police Department announced that they are investigating a vicious assault that occurred on the night of December 1st in the 1400 block of Van Buren St. According to Public Information Officer Whitney Bennett, a male juvenile victim was lured into a home where he was subjected to a brutal assault by six suspect juvenile males. 

“Videos of the assault have been circulating on social media platforms,” Bennett said. “We strongly urge the public to refrain from participating in the dissemination of these videos. Instead, we ask for your cooperation in preserving the victim’s dignity and privacy. If you possess reliable information relevant to the investigation, we implore you to come forward and contact our Detective Captain Eddie McClean (406) 552-6332.” 

When I first saw this headline I was impressed that law enforcement was actually investigating this crime, then I read that video of the violence was circulating online, so OF COURSE law enforcement had to get involved, and part of that involvement is trying to SUPPRESS the evidence that concerning acts of violence are happening in our caring, liberal community.

This morning, while writing up today’s post, I ran across another act of violence being investigated by the Sheriff’s Office. Here’s the request on Facebook for help in identifying the suspect who allegedly shot someone yesterday:

It sure seems like a lot of violence is happening despite what the numbers are supposedly telling us about crime in Missoula. Who stands to benefit from the impression that crime numbers are going DOWN? The guy who wants to be reelected Attorney General, that’s who.

I put in a call to the Attorney General’s office on Monday, but so far no one has called me back. I sure hope they do before I publish what I’m about to publish regarding the grief industry and the Rebekah Barsotti case.

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Address The Queen When You Question Time And The Terrible, No Good, Very Bad Local Media!

by Travis Mateer

I’m trying to assess which part of my public comment was the most offensive. Was it calling our local media terrible a half dozen times? Or was it failing to address our new Mayor, or her Regent, when I finally got myself unmuted and was able to speak via my phone? Or maybe it was inquiring about whether or not our City Council uses “Indian Time” when they don’t want to interrupt certain commenters who go on and on and on?

Indian time is an actual phenomenon, if you’re not aware, and this is one way of defining it:

A notional /cultural system of time which others sometimes derogatorily ascribe to Indians (Native American Culture), and which they sometimes jocularly ascribe to themselves, to account for their supposed tendency to be leisurely, not rigorous about scheduling, and often very early or very tardy.

If I went over my 3 minutes (I didn’t) too fucking bad, because enduring all the comments bitching and moaning about the camping ban was VERY triggering. Now it seems our local homeless complainers want to complain about multiples shelters, and the beds in those shelters, NOT being enough. Ok, so what is this Missoula community supposed to do about it? Isn’t MRA dropping a couple hundred thousand dollars on a expansing the Johnson Street bathroom infrastructure?

Here’s my comment, for what it’s worth (probably not much):

The candidate who had a chance to become a member of the City Council “horseshoe” last night also commented, and it was pathetic. Thankfully our elected Council members decided a coin flip wasn’t an adequate method for determining who will represent Ward 6, and made the choice themselves to stick with Sandra Vasecka. From the link:

Sandra Vasecka finally prevailed over Sean McCoy in the finale of a convoluted, weeks-long process to select the Missoula City Council Ward 6 representative Monday night. 

Votes were 7-5 in favor of Vasecka Monday night, as the current council took up the selection process following a tie in the general election. The tie only emerged after a recount, which Vasecka requested when she appeared to come up short by just five votes to McCoy. 

“I think this is an important decision in front of us,” said Council President and Ward 3 Representative Gwen Jones. “Our America is becoming a highly partisan, polarized place.”

Jones, along with Vasecka, Mike Nugent, Heidi West, John Contos, Jennifer Savage and Stacie Anderson went for Vasecka. Meanwhile, Sierra Farmer, Amber Sherrill, Kristen Jordan, Mirtha Becerra and Daniel Carlino backed McCoy. Nugent changed his vote from McCoy to Vasecka in the fourth round of voting Monday.

In my comment I mentioned crime statistics going down. Are they? I don’t doubt that they are, but I’ll be examining WHY I think crime statistics are going down, and it’s NOT because there are less crimes being committed.

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Ward 6 Shit Show Exposes The Utter Failure Of Local Media

by Travis Mateer

Thanks to the electoral tie in Missoula’s Ward 6, I am official designating this developing political situation as a SHIT SHOW created largely by the total failure of local media. Let me explain.

If the world functioned the way we are told it’s supposed to function, local media would be informing its local audience about the political candidates seeking office. That’s what I did EIGHT MONTHS AGO when I informed Zoom Chron readers about Sean McCoy’s criminal history as an activist.

Would Sean McCoy have gotten as many votes as he did if local media had done the job they get paid to do eight fucking months ago? I doubt it, but that didn’t happen, so now we have Martin “Gomer” Kidston scrambling to maintain the thin facade of credibility he still seems to have in this uninformed community. From the link (emphasis mine):

A candidate for City Council who remains in a tie with the incumbent was arrested in Missoula in 2002 and charged with felony endangerment that wasn’t disclosed during the campaign.

Sean Patrick-McCoy, who is challenging council member Sandra Vasecka for the Ward 6 seat, was convicted and found guilty in Missoula District Court for deliberately endangering the lives of firefighters by roping himself to a logging truck and rappelling off the Madison Street Bridge.

Wasn’t disclosed? That’s hilarious. As a former paid mouthpiece for Montana Democrats, Kidston should know campaigns don’t willingly publicize the dirty laundry of their candidates. That’s the job Marty is supposed to be doing, but maybe it’s too difficult for this “reporter” to put down the pint glass and use an online search engine.

If Marty had done his fucking job eight months ago, he wouldn’t need to write hilarious bullshit like this AFTER the votes have been counted, and recounted (emphasis mine):

McCoy’s campaign website said he began attending college at Lewis and Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho, in 2003 before transferring to the University of Montana in 2006. However, he doesn’t disclose his 2002 arrest in Missoula nor the 2003 conviction, and it never surfaced during the campaign.

McCoy currently serves at the president of the Missoula Consolidated Planning Board and has served on the board of the Missoula Farmers Market since 2014. He remains in a tie for the Ward 6 seat and, under state law, the Missoula City Council will pick a winner.

Never surfaced? I guess when you have a REAL journalist blocked on social media then, yes, it’s hard to see the surfacing of REAL information provided in a timely manner, like I’ve been doing consistently for the past three years (and longer).

Guess who does NOT provide real information in a timely manner for his audience? This guy:

If I wasn’t so locally famous I would use litigation to wipe the smile of this man’s face. Instead, I called up his business manager this morning (Saturday) to point out how incredibly unsuccessful they are at informing the public about critically important things impacting this community.

Don’t worry, if you have the right skin color, and/or genitalia, you DO get a platform in local media to talk about local issues, and to implore local citizens to CARE MORE about local issues!

For a great example of what I’m crudely talking about, here is an indigenous penis flanked by two vaginas discussing storytelling.

From the link (emphasis mine):

The three panelists agreed that much of the divisiveness in the American West could be improved by recognizing shared humanity among people, even those who hold disparate beliefs.

“We all have the opportunity to make some changes,” La Tray said.

One such change? Spend more time learning about and participating in local issues and local politics.

Start caring about things closer to home,” McLaughlin said.

Should you listen to Kathleen McLaughlin (the vagina on the right) about caring closer to home? My advice is a resounding NO! Not when local media is comprised of guys who look like they have spent time driving around windowless white vans asking boys to check out their comic book collection.

I think Rob Chaney, the editor of the Missoulian, should consider making some changes, like maybe NOT wearing glasses that make him look like a pedophile, and maybe NOT joining the local smear campaign against me by depicting me as a white supreamcist using hate speech at City Council.

Now the question for Ward 6 constituents comes down to this: will City Council wuss out and choose a coin toss because kicking out the conservative vagina for an Earthfirst! dick is too unpalatable for them to consider?

While all these jokers do what their paychecks dictate for them, I’m working on a post for sometime this month on what I’m calling the “grief industry” and it’s shaping up to be quite a post.

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Stay tuned as I work to finish strong for 2023 amidst great change and tribulation. Do Rob or Marty need my mugshot for the coverage I’m assuming I’ll get eventually being a good Samaritan GONE BAD?

If you do, boys, may I suggest this one?

Or maybe you’re too busy telling us what REAL news is NOT.

Cartoon Clown World is such a trip.

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Week In Review: November 27-December 1

by Travis Mateer

This coming week I’ll be finishing up my packing in order to exit my studio space so that the nice Christian man who owns the building and the business it houses can find someone else to pay him over a thousand dollars to have his nose up your ass, listening like some weird voyeur to the “unprofessional” sounds emanating from your space.

If Russ Hellem wants to engage in some Christian charity, I know the perfect crazy woman for him to apply his Christian values to. Her name is Pattie, and here she is this morning repeating her intention to get a gun and shoot me because I wouldn’t buy her coffee.

Did you hear the lovely language coming from Pattie’s crazy mouth? If you’re having trouble hearing, I believe Pattie called me a faggot queer, then stated her intention to shoot me in the cock. Ouch!

I thought Pattie was in housing, and I thought she had a case manager, but it looks like this liberal town with all it’s support services can’t keep this one woman from going off her meds and walking around threatening to shoot people in the cock because they won’t give her what she wants.

After running Pattie off with my camera, I went into the coffee shop to get my caffeine fix. When I described Pattie’s behavior, some young women told me Pattie was harassing them as well. I explained to these young women that this stupid fucking town doesn’t actually have the necessary services to help people, so despite all the nice sounding stuff that comes from the mouths of our elected officials, mentally ill people in this town usually have to spiral down into an acute crisis before they can get any help.

Not all panhandlers are mentally ill homeless people. No, this week I kicked things off by highlighting a different kind of panhandling carried out by a non-profit leader in Missoula. Check out that post and the other three I published this past week.

Obnoxious Non-Profit Panhandling From A Pathetic Non-Profit Professional (November 27th, 2023)

Why Does The Missoula Economic Partnership Exist? (November 28th, 2023)

Who Is Gonna Care About Your Sidewalk Complaining Now? (November 29th, 2023)

A Recount Ending With A Tie Means The First Count Of The Votes Was Wrong (November 30th, 2023)

Tomorrow I have a fun article showing how truly pathetic Martin Kidston’s “news” journal is, and it’s perfectly timed for the upcoming City Council decision on who will be representing Ward 6, so stay tuned. And if you’d like to help out my waning efforts to inform this community, Travis’ Impact Fund (TIF) is still accepting donations, or you can use the donation button at my about page.

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