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News (March 25, 2022)


Out there, the battle of the woke-versus-the-waked has just begun to play out.

On one side you have the goodthinkers, the people who will do anything to rationalize the notion that their lives as they are right now are good. Rationalization means that you accept what you get and find a way to argue to yourself and others that it is good. It is a means-over-ends philosophy.

On the other side, you have assorted misfit realists, or those who think we should look at consequences of our actions and not just what other people think of them. Realism means that you figure out what works, then how to achieve what you want within that. It is an ends-over-means philosophy.

Those who shepherd the goodthinkers, basically middle managers of the middle class promoted to being faux kings through the magic of soft totalitarianism, want a “Great Reset.”

That Great Reset follows the founding idea of Leftism: unite all the people in the world who work at jobs versus owning things, use them to take over, and then expand that order worldwide in order to use tolerance, equality, and pluralism to create pacifism.

It is basically a nightmare of equal parts John Lennon’s “Imagine” and Foucault’s Panopticon. You will have freedom, except to do anything which is critical of freedom, which will become over time anything which is not enthusiastically spreading freedom.

The enemies of freedom will be all around you, and you will constantly wage war against them.

How do we know this? History repeats itself because the same opportunities, plus the same types of actions, equals the same result because the response to that action from reality forces certain compromises.

The French Revolution declared equality, but then people stopped doing much of anything, since workers are by their nature lazy and aimless. First they executed people to crack the whip, but then they hit on the solution: mass mobilization.

Enter the Napoleonic Wars as shattered France tries to find a way to hold itself together by having enemies and crusading against them. It worked, sort of, or might have if the military outcome would have been better, at least in the short term.

In the long term? Societies which have to compel people to do things are already doomed. In healthy societies, people work for cultural reasons: they want the goodwill of others, they want to be esteemed, and they want to follow tradition, especially of their families.

That order does two things fatally wrong, however. First, it produces a large number of people who can be nothing but workers, helots, peasants, serfs, slaves, plebes, and proles, and second, it fails to exile them.

Consequently the herd revolts and takes over, then society stumbles through round after round of incompetence until the kings come back. Plato wrote about this millennia ago; people just ignore this wisdom.

However, for the small percentage of the people in a society who could start up another one, democracy always seems like a bad idea. Rule by committee of everyone means constant neurotic debate instead of fast, consistent, and realistic choices.

The truth is out there.

Unfortunately most are uninterested. Their goal is to take the life they can have and dress it up as the best possible life they could be leading, using the process of rationalization and meaningless objects purchased as a form of self-expression.

As we go into the woke-versus-waked era, the woke will continue to insist on their fictions because they make them feel best about how their lives are going. The waked want out of the whole system, knowing that the only satisfaction in life comes from adaptation and improvement, which requires critical thinking and self-discipline.

We are probably going to find out shortly that the US and EU have not been run by shadowy elites, but by political machines, for longer than we want to know. We will see the true figures on how in debt we are, and possibly learn that our government have been in contact with extraterrestrial life.

This system has been patching itself, hiding the truth, and directing your attention away from events that have been established for a long time. Both Harry S. Truman and Franklin Delano Roosevelt got elected with the help of political machines.

During that time, intelligence agencies were formed, and these helped government plan for a future based on managing the majority of humanity, not creating positive results. The goal was to stay in power by keeping people in line.

Modernity, the system based on egalitarian individualism which came out of The Enlightenment™ and gradually rose to its final form as a hybrid of Consumerism and Socialism which is now intent on keeping power.

Everyone loves a good conspiracy theory, but the most obvious explanation is that history repeats. Societies thrown off-balance have trouble keeping people together, so buy loyalty with democracy, that then takes over.

In its final stage democracy becomes administrative-managerial, and seeks to stop moving society toward a goal and instead, to keep the crowd quiet by enforcing certain behavior methods that exclude any challenges to the power structure.

As that fails, it becomes more militarized and builds up a police state, usually with spy agencies at the helm, and those control the herd through a mixture of bribes and threats.

Eventually it makes foreign alliances in order to keep the power structure together, and so tends toward world rule or at least rule over the known world in order to avoid having competition.

Some think those alliances extend beyond the boundaries of our world, and that alien contact has determined our future through technology:

We are now in a race between GESARA, the globalist currency control agenda, and NESARA, the recognition that we have been occupied by outer space aliens and using their technology for some time, according to some foreshadowing experts (“conspiracy thinkers”).

In my view, it is more likely that any aliens with the capacity for space voyaging — this would involve folding space, generating wormholes, or other ways of working around the problems of light-speed travel — will want nothing to do with our governments.

They view us as a species on the threshold between success and failure, and probably view us like zoo animals. However, if they exist, it is not implausible to think that they may have lost some technology here.

Technology that powerful could be used to compel obedience to a world federalist system like Leftists have been championing since the 1830s. In particular, whatever country could generate large amounts of power would have an advantage.

The woke want to keep us in the system as it is. The waked want to see what else is out there. That may mean simply escaping from our moribund wealth transfer system, which is collapsing just like the Soviet Union.

It could also mean getting our heads right for once and aiming to build a great civilization and get to the stars, especially if the technological means are under our control.

No matter how things shake out, the division has become unmanageable now. The goodthinkers have turned fanatical, and the realists want to strip society back to a microkernel where government has a small role.

As this conflict plays out, we will see how seriously humanity wants to thrive. We have two futures: global third world style equal mediocrity, or a chance for the best to rise so that we can meet future challenges.


  • Wall Street Is Buying Starter Homes to Quietly Become America’s Landlord

    But these new landlords were taking homes off the market and renting them back to people who would have otherwise been in a position to buy. He saw families getting outgunned by investment firms that could afford to pay $450,000 for a $400,000 house. Rents on single-family homes were also rising fast—up 19% in the Phoenix metro area during the pandemic, according to Rick Palacios, research director of John Burns Real Estate Consulting LLC. The result was that buyers could lose out on a home and see it resurface at a rent that was hundreds of dollars a month more than what they would have paid to own it with a mortgage.

    It sounds predatory, and it may be. In the bigger picture, it signifies that Wall Street has less faith in conventional stocks, which means that they think the economy is moribund and the only way to make a profit is to extract it from people who already have good jobs.

  • Protecting 30% of the ocean by 2030 would barely impact fisheries

    The solution is based on a spatial prioritization of the ocean, which looked at biodiversity hotspots, areas where almost 1,000 threatened species live and fishing grounds where over 2,000 species are caught.

    Although the UN recommended this, it makes good sense to preserve nature ecosystems, not just because we depend on them, but because they are beautiful and inspiring in their own right. We will not forgive ourselves as a species if we commit ecocide.

  • Ukraine: Russia signals possible shift in war strategy

    “In general, the main tasks of the first stage of the operation have been accomplished. The combat potential of the Armed Forces of Ukraine has been significantly reduced, which allows us, once again, to concentrate our main efforts on achieving the main goal — the liberation of Donbass,” Sergey Rudskoy, head of the Main Operational Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces was quoted as saying.

    This lets them save face, take some territory, and withdraw without having to beat the entire Ukrainian army, which seems to have remembered the Holodomor and wants to keep Russians out. Ukraine beat this one by being prepared. If you get your troops and weapons spread out and hidden, aerial bombardment is not as effective.

  • Putin says Russian culture being ‘cancelled’ like J.K. Rowling

    Speaking in a meeting with leading cultural figures broadcast on national television, Putin complained of the cancellation of a number of Russian cultural events in recent weeks and compared it to actions taken by Nazi Germany in the 1930s.

    He wants the Right in the US/EU to rise up and be his Useful Idiots to protest against the actions our governments are taking, but he does not realize that by punching Right with his “denazification” campaign, he has alerted many of us to his Leftist roots and intentions. Leftism will take on Orthodox Christianity and pseudo-Nationalism just like it took on free markets, and use all three to further its seizure of power.

  • Close the blinds during sleep to protect your health

    “The results from this study demonstrate that just a single night of exposure to moderate room lighting during sleep can impair glucose and cardiovascular regulation, which are risk factors for heart disease, diabetes and metabolic syndrome,” said senior study author Dr. Phyllis Zee, chief of sleep medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and a Northwestern Medicine physician. “It’s important for people to avoid or minimize the amount of light exposure during sleep.”

    Good luck doing that in a modern city. The bigger point is that your rulers want you poor, obese, sick, terrified, and therefore, compliant.

  • Marsha Blackburn asked Ketanji Brown Jackson to define ‘woman.’ Science says there’s no simple answer.

    Scientists agree there is no sufficient way to clearly define what makes someone a woman, and with billions of women on the planet, there is much variation.

    Humans vary a lot, too, but we can define human. Again we see the goodthinker Crowd conspiring to deny reality so that they can affirm ideology. They oppose reality, in the long calculus, and want to replace it with social obedience. This has always been their goal, starting with their adoption of ideals that no one can (in a social situation) object to, allowing them to style any dissenters as bigots. Physical removal (boats to Venezuela) will be required.

  • Macron wants to push back France’s retirement age to 65

    Macron’s campaign pledges for elections next month features a shakeup of France’s complicated pensions system and the moving of the retirement age to 65 from 62. France currently has one of the earliest retirement ages among industrialized nations.

    They are broke and end-of-life expenses for Boomers will complete the crisis. They never had the money; they just borrowed from tomorrow to buy votes today. Most likely, they are hiding the amount of shortfall as well as obligations they should have been paying attention to for decades. This is typical of Late Stage Democracy.

  • Connecticut the third state to suspend gas tax as pump prices surge

    Gov. Ned Lamont signed emergency legislation waiving the state’s excise tax on gas from April 1 to June 30, saving drivers $0.25 per gallon.

    The measure also established a sales-tax-free week on clothing and footwear valued under $100 per item, beginning April 10.

    Connecticut joins Maryland and Georgia as states that have temporarily suspended their gas tax to give motorists relief from the sky-high gas prices. Other state legislators are considering similar moves.

    Cutting taxes lowers cost of living, both directly (lower prices) and indirectly (lower costs throughout the system, enabling competition again). If we went through our laws and took out everything that was a wealth transfer program from affirmative action through public schooling, people would live better lives and have fewer panic attacks.

  • Federal investigation launched into MBA program that excludes white males

    The federal investigation by the Office for Civil Rights stems from a program that Yum! Brands offers to help increase the representation of women and racial minorities in the franchise restaurant industry. The company operates Taco Bell, KFC and Pizza Hut.

    Professor Mark Perry, who frequently files Title IX and Title VI complaints, shared the OCR letters with The College Fix. Title IX of the Civil Rights Act prohibits higher education institutions from discriminating on the basis of sex, while Title VI prohibits racial discrimination.

    Discrimination will not be found where a majority is still doing pretty well. They will punt on this issue until White people are impoverished and mostly dying out, and at that point, there will not be enough votes to support overturning these 14A-based laws. The phrase “equal protection of the laws” means that people who are not doing well get support, not people who are doing well. These laws will discriminate against Whites to the end.

  • Hunter’s ‘Laptop From Hell’ Is an Important Story, Voters Say

    66% of Likely U.S. Voters believe the story about Hunter Biden’s laptop containing emails about his business dealings is important, including 48% who think the story is Very Important.

    The New York Times last week admitted the authenticity of the emails found on a laptop that the president’s son abandoned in a Delaware computer repair shop. Sixty-five percent (65%) of voters believe it’s likely – including 48% who think it’s Very Likely – that Joe Biden was consulted about and perhaps profited from his son Hunter’s overseas business deals including at least one involving a company in mainland China.

    Forty-eight percent (48%) say if the media had fully reported the story about Hunter Biden’s laptop before the 2020 election, it’s unlikely Joe Biden would have been elected president.

    Defection from the narrative accelerates. The momentum for Biden egress accelerates, but only the foolish conservatives want to impeach him; the smart conservatives want to decertify the election so we have a precedent for stolen elections that makes them not worth attempting in the future.

  • Scientists identify neurons in the brain that drive competition and social behavior within groups

    The findings indicate that competitive success is not simply a product of an animal’s physical fitness or strength, but rather, is strongly influenced by signals in the brain that affect competitive drive. “These unique neurons are able to integrate information about the individual’s environment, social group settings, and reward resources to calculate how to best behave under specific conditions,” says Li.

    Manipulating the activity of these neurons, on the other hand, could artificially increase or decrease an animal’s competitive effort and therefore control their ability to successfully compete against others. “In other words, we could tune up and down the animal’s competitive drive and do so selectively without affecting other aspects of their behavior such as simple speed or motivation,” says Williams.

    You must put on the attitude adjustment helmet now in order to have a job or buy things, citizen. Just like the masks. People will do it in order to take advantage of good opportunities, at first, and then it will become mandatory.

  • Documents reveal NASA’s internal struggles over renaming Webb telescope

    A group of astronomers had led a community petition to change the name, alleging that the telescope’s namesake, former NASA chief James Webb, had been complicit in the persecution and firing of gay and lesbian federal employees during his career in the US government in the 1950s and 1960s.

    NASA’s acting chief historian, Brian Odom, says he has not found any information in NASA’s archives to suggest that firing people for their sexual orientation was agency policy under Webb.

    It is the same correlation-not-causation sleight-of-hand used with COVID-19. Dying of COVID-19 is not the same as dying with COVID-19, and firing a gay guy is not the same as firing him solely because he was homosexual.


  • Half of women will get a false positive 3D mammogram, study finds

    Researchers estimate over 10 years of getting 3D mammograms, 50% of women will experience at least one false-positive recall compared to 56% of women screened with 2D digital mammograms.

    Much of what we use works poorly. Doctors justify it with “better to be safe than sorry” while taking the checks for doing followups. Patients live in terror and demand free healthcare, which benefits mediocre doctors who can now have jobs where the free market would squeeze them out for being ineffectual rule-followers.

  • Discovery and quantification of plastic particle pollution in human blood

    Data for concentrations in blood were generated for PMMA, PP, PS, PE and PET, demonstrating that 77% of donors (n=17 out of 22) carried a quantifiable (>LOQ) mass of plastic particles in their blood.

    Biological matter decays slowly and fails locally, meaning that if one organism does something insane, it dies and the others survive. Human systems fail globally, since they rely on the same methods used everywhere, and decay slowly, since they are based on fungible matter instead of the finer cellular, ecosystem, and tiered/cascading structures of nature.

  • Joe Manchin all but seals Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Supreme Court confirmation by saying he will vote YES

    Sen. Joe Manchin announced he intends to vote for President Biden’s Supreme Court pick Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on Friday, essentially guaranteeing her confirmation.

    In doing so, we will have appointed the least qualified Supreme Court justice ever, essentially an affirmative action case who made a name for herself by focusing on diversity issues. Like Sotomayor, she will be a radical and incoherent voice demanding more wealth transfer from Whites to minorities. Manchin passed up on a more promising career toward which he was headed as a candidate acceptable to both parties who was taking principled stands, and now will remain in his present role instead.

    Jumanji Clown Jackson is most famous for her sentencing of the Comet Ping Pong shooter:

    Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson called “the extent of the recklessness” of the defendant’s actions “breathtaking” as she sentenced Welch on Thursday.

    Jackson said she had no reason to doubt that Welch “thought” he was “being helpful,” but said she could not “overstate” the concern that “other people will see what you have done and be inspired by it.”

    “No matter how well-intentioned, people are not allowed to take matters into their own hands,” she said.

    Those who show obedience to the Machine get rewarded by the Machine.

  • Pandemic fitness trends have gone extreme — literally

    Earlier this month, researchers reported that a network of online “fascist fitness” chat groups on the encrypted platform Telegram are recruiting and radicalizing young men with neo-Nazi and white supremacist extremist ideologies. Initially lured with health tips and strategies for positive physical changes, new recruits are later invited to closed chat groups where far-right content is shared.

    I guess eat a whole pie to show that you are anti-fascist or something.

  • Scientists solve solar secret

    Effects which result from solar wind’s interaction with the Earth’s magnetic field is called ‘space weather’, which causes everything from Aurora to satellite-destroying radiation and geomagnetic currents which damage the power grid.

    These solar winds have a great deal of influence on our weather here on Earth. How much? Let us look at solar weather in history:

    Astronomers have been documenting changes in starspot frequency on our Sun since they were first observed by Galileo and other astronomers in the 1600s, so there is a good record of its 11-year cycle. The exception is the Maunder Minimum, which lasted from the mid 1600s to early 1700s and has perplexed astronomers ever since.

    Low solar weather meant a miniature ice age. Higher solar weather frequency means greater heat, which humans have exacerbated by cramming everyone in clusters of concrete close to the money sources, producing “heat islands” that would not disrupt much alone but when the globe is evenly dotted with them in a grid, disrupt jet streams and weather patterns, producing unpredictable climate.

  • Florida to require high school financial literacy class to graduate

    “This will provide a foundation for students to learn about the basics of money management — understanding debt, understanding how to balance a checkbook, understanding the fundamentals of investing,” he said.

    90% of kids need the 3Rs. Another 9% need the basics of history, literature, philosophy, and science. The top 1% need what colleges used to offer before we dumbed them all down so that the impoverished and minorities could attend.

  • Fury As Leaked Applebee’s Email Suggests High Gas Prices Mean Cheap Labor

    He goes on to explain that most of the Applebee’s employee base live “paycheck to paycheck,” and that an increase in gas prices will automatically cut their disposable income.

    “As inflation continues to climb and gas prices continue to go up, that means more hours employees will need to work to maintain their current level of living,” wrote Pankratz.

    He suggested the change means that Applebee’s is “no longer competing with the government when it comes to hiring. Stimulus money is no more, supplemental unemployment is no more.” He concludes that this “will force people back into the workforce.”

    These people are blaming this guy for noticing how destructive government policies have been. Applebee’s and other restaurants lost much of their staff because many of them live with parents or other relatives, therefore could skate for months on the free government money handed out by the Biden administration. Now that they are broke because their gas money does not go as far, they will come back in to work, and the restaurants will pay them the bare minimum as they try to get back to profitable after a Biden-induced shutdown that has killed many restaurants.

  • Trump sues Hillary Clinton, others over 2016 election he won

    The Trump lawsuit seems to draw heavily on indictments brought by Special Counsel John Durham, who had been tasked by then-Attorney General William P. Barr with reviewing the FBI’s 2016 investigation of Trump’s campaign.

    The mainstream press keeps trying to gaslight us into thinking that these revelations were not huge. Obama spied on a sitting president; Clinton bought a fake dossier and got the DOJ to investigate it. All of this was fraudulent and cost lots of people money, so a lawsuit is the right way to rectify this. Best of all is that Trump can now compel testimony which, if the interviewees lie, can later on be used against them, as can anything he finds via discovery. Most likely, Clinton will respond with a lack of any useful information, which in turn will reveal how much of a coverup exists here. Criminal courts pay attention to what happens in civil courts, and RICO suits could be used to get the testimony that Clinton will refuse to give in full honesty.

  • Inconvenient Truths

    Murray puts forward a simple thesis: The most consequential racial differences in our society are “in cognitive ability and crime.” These gaps cause and explain virtually all racial disparities that currently exist.

    Even more, the same is true of social classes. The poor are not poor because they are victimized by the rich; they lack the ability to have the skills that might make them rich. They have lower IQs and sometimes mental health problems. The sooner we move toward accepting the truth of genetics and biology as more important than all our human notions, the sooner we gain some sanity as a species, because right now we are blithering idiot monkeys gibbering on about nonsense to self-comfort as we stare into the abyss.

  • Orchards vanishing from the landscape, says National Trust

    Orchards have been torn down to make way for houses and farming.

    Globalism outsources raw production to the third world and forces everyone into bureaucratic jobs — that “skills economy” — in the first world, while importing third world people to do lots of these jobs as the native population are replaced. As a result, all of your nice landscape will be torn down to make housing, and only when you wake up in a concrete labyrinth will you realize what you have lost.

  • Fire in tiny homes for homeless residents raises safety concerns

    Pallet shelters are made of fiberglass-reinforced plastic with a foam insulating core, supported by aluminum framing, according to the company’s website. The units at the Lake Merritt site were outfitted with smoke detectors. But residents were shocked at how quickly they burned.

    Like SUVs, small houses evade a lot of the restrictions designed for larger structures, so they can be made cheap and sold at high prices (if you look at per square foot). A tiny house for the price of a small car would bring a lot of people out of poverty, if it were workable housing. Really these are another profit center for people making money off goodthinkers and other idiots who want push-button “solutions” to the homeless problem, and now the trend will die once people realize the actual risk here.

  • Disney CEO Bob Chapek Works to Mend Fences With Employees at Companywide Meeting

    Disney also said it was creating a companywide task force to develop action plans to make more LGBT-aware content for children and family, the people at the meeting said.

    It is sad to watch them burn down a once-great brand, but the sane parents began pulling back some years ago when the diversity propaganda arrived. Now they will market to morons, who will thereafter move on from Mickey to some lesser but less challenging version.



  • Kamala Harris rolls out plan to confront racial bias in home appraisals

    Along with government officials, two homeowners shared stories of having to “whitewash” their homes — replacing family photos with those of white families and having a white friend pose as the homeowner — in order to get higher appraisals. One said her California home appraised for just under $1 million initially, and then nearly $1.5 million after whitewashing.

    Their co-ethnics work in these offices and appraise homes lower because they want to give tax breaks to the minority owners. We should remember the last time a campaign to extend minority home ownership crashed the economy. The Democrats do not care; they just want to buy votes with more freebies.

  • Vladimir Putin Wants Europe to Pay for Gas in Rubles

    “I have decided to implement a set of measures to transfer payment for our gas supplies to unfriendly countries into Russian rubles,” Mr. Putin told a government meeting.

    Putin knows he lost. When Nordstream 2 went away, he decided to seize Ukraine so that he could control the existing pipeline into Europe. Now that this has failed, he will decouple his economy, which is actually what we want. Let the third world have its own economy, and us our own. Whatever nation goes further into the twenty-first century as entirely self-sufficient and not dependent on carge ships will rule the world as the economies of all the others come tumbling down. Xi Jinping smiles at this, since it means he has almost exclusive use of Russian oil and gas.

  • Intel CEO says semiconductors are like oil — making more in U.S. can avoid global crises

    “Oil reserves have defined geopolitics for the last five decades. Where the fabs [factories] are for a digital future is more important,” Gelsinger said in an interview on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” “Let’s build them where we want them, and define the world that we want to be part of in the U.S. and Europe.”

    Fabs is shorthand for fabrication plants, which are the factories where semiconductors are manufactured. The vast majority of chips are currently made in Asia, especially in Taiwan.

    If the US becomes self-sufficient in this regard, China will see less value in seizing Taiwan in order to eliminate its competition. Trump set the decoupling in motion, and as China and Russia have responded, they have fallen into his trap and self-destructed, because now the West is moving away from third world style nations.

  • The Reality of American ‘Green jobs’

    Jobs generated by the USA green economy have increased from 1% of total jobs in 1970 to 6% in 2020, and are forecast to comprise 14% of jobs in 2030;
    Most persons in these jobs do not realize that they owe their livelihood to the green economy;

    Few workers trace where the money paying their salaries comes from. Green subsidies go to green businesses who then hire the same types of people as any other business, so you have all of these second- and third-tier contractors hiring millions who have no idea that their wealth has been created by legislation alone.

  • Two years into the pandemic, poll finds Americans feel their civil liberties are less secure
    • 43 percent of Americans feel their protest rights are less secure; only 9 percent say they’re more secure
    • 42 percent of Americans feel their ability to voice their opinion had diminished since the start of the pandemic; only 12 percent say they’re ability to voice their opinion had become more secure
    • More than one in three Americans feel their religious liberties are less secure; only 10 percent feel they’re more secure

    COVID-19 was a blank cheque for government like civil rights, anti-poverty, and now, transsexualism. Anything could be rationalized, justified, and budgeted under that heading, so all rights and normalcy went out the window. The ones who do not fear are not paying attention or are goodthinkers who do not care.

  • How sugar promotes inflammation

    Now, scientists at the Julius Maximilians University of Würzburg (JMU) have succeeded in deciphering new details of these processes. Their work support the notion that excessive consumption of glucose directly promotes the pathogenic functions of certain cells of the immune system and that, conversely, that a calorie-reduced diet can have a beneficial effect on immune diseases.

    The modern diet will kill you if you allow it to.

  • Stop the Russian Invasion of America

    While the Biden administration is focused on protecting the borders of Ukraine from Russia, some 8,600 Russians have shown up at our border with Mexico since last August.

    Not to be left too far behind, 5,534 Ukrainians have also arrived since October.

    In one video, a man with Asiatic features wearing a Russian Army shirt directs his video to all Russians, describes how he made it to San Diego after a previous failed attempt in which they discussed trying to evade CBP and race to the border crossing, and advises that if you don’t leave Russia with a “commanda”, close friends, relatives, “like in the army”, it won’t work well.

    Minority groups always vote against majority interests. Biden wants to import as many as possible so he can offer them the wealth of the majority in exchange for votes for more government power. The long term? Guys like Corn Pop never think of that.

  • AWOL Black Fathers

    Yes, racism persists, but it is no longer the principal cause of our damnation; that spot has been seized by cultural deviance. Progress cannot be made until we admit this and free ourselves from self-victimization.

    You will never have pride when you live in a land where most of you were brought to be slaves, sold by your own people. You will never have pride when you live under the White man’s ways, his laws, and his mores. And now, they have replaced you with Asians and Hispanics. Diversity is suicide for all involved.

  • Llano County librarian loses job after not removing books

    According to Baker, a group of people had reached out to the library system about books that they said were “inappropriate” or “pornographic,” and they wanted them removed, but she disagreed. She claims one of the books was about life as a transgender teen.

    “It is her biography of her life growing up as a transgendered teenager and obviously this group thought that was too much for their children to read,” Baker said. “Which no one is forcing their kids to read anything.”

    Ordinary parents do not want their children exposed to this stuff, since kids are easily influenced and will do whatever peer pressures tells them, so if you let them wander into this type of material, a good number of them will end up later sterilizing themselves with bizarre operations and then committing suicide. Free speech has limits; time, place, and the form of communication matter. Desexualize the kids and give them their childhoods back.

  • Ape ‘vocabularies’ shaped by social mingling — like in humans

    In high-density populations, the orangutans communicated using a large variety of original calls, trying out lots of novel sound variants that were continually modified or dropped.

    By contrast, the orangutans in sparser, lower density populations favoured more established, conventional calls. While these more dispersed groups did not experiment with such a huge number of novel sounds, when they did introduce a new call variant, they kept it, and therefore their call repertoire was richer that orangutans in high-density populations who continuous discard new call variants.

    If orangutan call communication is socially shaped, then this was also likely the case with our direct, extinct ape-like ancestors. Social influence — though predictably modest at first before the rise of a fully operational primitive language — could have then increased steadily, ultimately leading to the myriad ways in which language is determined by those who surround us.

    Slowly we begin to examine the greatest influence in human daily lives: how we conform in order to manipulate what others think of us, a parallel to tyranny which regulates method/behavior in order to control mental states.

  • Man whose wife died of blood clot after she had AstraZeneca jab demands government compensation

    Speaking after his wife’s inquest at Hampshire Coroners Court in Winchester, Kurt Weideling said the Government now needed to follow through on its promise to pay affected families £120,000 under the Vaccine Damage Payment programme.

    Now that the fake pandemic is over, the lawsuits can begin. There will be more vaccine injuries than previously thought, the cost will be higher than anticipated, and the drama will go on for many years longer than anyone expected. People like Clinton and Biden view those who took the vaccine as unclever suckers who deserve what is coming to them.

  • America Has a Free Speech Problem

    In a new national poll commissioned by Times Opinion and Siena College, only 34 percent of Americans said they believed that all Americans enjoyed freedom of speech completely. The poll found that 84 percent of adults said it is a “very serious” or “somewhat serious” problem that some Americans do not speak freely in everyday situations because of fear of retaliation or harsh criticism.

    Welcome to the high cost of diversity. When basic truths threaten others, expect that no one will tell the truth anymore about anything.


  • Marijuana for medical use may result in rapid onset of cannabis use disorder

    “In this first study of patients randomized to obtain medical marijuana cards, we learned there can be negative consequences to using cannabis for medical purposes. People with pain, anxiety or depression symptoms failed to report any improvements, though those with insomnia experienced improved sleep.” Particularly disturbing to Gilman was the fact individuals with symptoms of anxiety or depression — the most common conditions for which medical cannabis is sought — were most vulnerable to developing cannabis use disorder. CUD symptoms include the need for more cannabis to overcome drug tolerance, and continued use despite physical or psychological problems caused by the cannabis.

    Thus dieth the myth of the harmless drug. There is also the mysterious marijuana vomiting syndrome, the hormonal changes, and the complete flake-outs that people become after prolonged drug-induced delirium. Many of these may also apply to caffeine, which in the end calculus is probably as mood-altering as marijuana but without the interesting hallucinations.

  • Tucson Requiring Election Workers to Be Vaccinated

    According to emails obtained by AZ Free News, individuals are required to bring their COVID-19 vaccination cards along with their social security cards and contact information if they would like to be a paid election worker.

    The Left saw a great opportunity here: the goodthinkers will get vaccinated, so require vaccinations and you can eliminate the realists.

  • Amazon intentionally made it difficult to cancel Prime subscription in secret project

    The project, code-named “Iliad” after the lengthy poem, put multiple layers of questions and offers between the main Amazon page and the final cancellation in the hope that users would eventually stay on the service.

    After this was implemented, Prime cancellations dropped as low as 14 per cent at one point in 2017, Business Insider reports

    When companies grow, they hire lots of people, and those people then do whatever they need to in order to keep the money flowing. The originals had talent; the replacements are just there because it is a “good job” which means their only interest exists in expanding and perpetuating the job, which in turn requires hiring more people and extracting more money out of the captive audience.

  • Gov. Noem signs bill banning private election donations

    Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, in 2020 donated $350 million nationwide to help local election offices collect and count ballots. Those donations, which were made through the Chicago-based Center for Technology and Civic Life, have been targeted in Republican-run states, spurred by anger and suspicion that Zuckerberg’s money benefited Democrats.

    The Republican states know they are targets, so they will pass laws to limit election malfeasance. This will then ripple outward as people notice that in their states, they have no such protection, which is “bad optics” as the political people say.

  • Mathematical paradoxes demonstrate the limits of AI

    At the beginning of the 20th century, mathematicians attempted to justify mathematics as the ultimate consistent language of science. However, Turing and Gödel showed a paradox at the heart of mathematics: it is impossible to prove whether certain mathematical statements are true or false, and some computational problems cannot be tackled with algorithms. And, whenever a mathematical system is rich enough to describe the arithmetic we learn at school, it cannot prove its own consistency.

    The same applies to human reasoning.

  • Why Americans Are Really Leaving Church

    Because of socio-economic trends like globalization and social media, we are an increasingly atomized and isolated people. Americans are less inclined to view religious membership or church attendance as part of a fulfilling moral life, for reasons similar to those that explain why they are abandoning all local public or civic organizations.

    It’s the diversity, stupid.

  • Sen. Bell To Propose Elimination Of Affirmative Action Program

    Senate Bill 2440 by Bell and House Bill 2569, sponsored by Rep. John Ragan, R-Oak Ridge, prohibits the state from discriminating against or granting preferential treatment an individual or group based on race, sex, color, ethnicity or national origin for public employmentm, education or contracting.

    The States Rights revolt continues. Affirmative Action needed to die long ago, but was perpetuated by people afraid to revoke it because of the political fallout. If a Black candidate and a White candidate both present themselves, you get sued only if you choose the White guy, so Whites get last in line.

  • Can Europe wean itself off its dependence on Russian fossil fuels?

    The conflict has exposed the heavy bet on Russian energy by Germany, Italy and much of Europe as a strategic error, say economists. Russia provides more than 40 per cent of the EU’s gas and coal imports and a quarter of its crude oil.

    When someone else provides what you need — whether it is markets, labor, or resources — they control you. Those who become self-sufficient entirely can escape this, but they will not have lots of extra wealth for those socialist-style entitlements programs. Then again, socialism makes a population weak, so this might be a good thing.

  • Effects of a statewide pre-kindergarten program on children’s achievement and behavior through sixth grade.

    Data through sixth grade from state education records showed that the children randomly assigned to attend pre-K had lower state achievement test scores in third through sixth grades than control children, with the strongest negative effects in sixth grade. A negative effect was also found for disciplinary infractions, attendance, and receipt of special education services, with null effects on retention.

    It turns out that taking kids out of the home and slamming them into the schools may not be the panacea that it is widely believed to be.

  • How Congress can fight racial discrimination: Pass the FAIR Act

    Fortunately, on March 3, President Joe Biden signed into law the Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Act. The Act voids forced arbitration clauses for claims of sexual assault or harassment in the workplace, at school, and even in relation to housing and health care. However, while the Act was a critical step forward, the Senate must take final action to pass legislation that will protect the millions of people the Act left behind. Forced arbitration is still occurring for other types of cases on behalf of workers, consumers, patients in nursing homes, investors, and others.

    Forced arbitration avoids destructive legal cases which amount to little more than shakedowns. American industry has used this arbitration to avoid some of the high costs of Affirmative Action. As those are passed back to industry, watch prices rise to cover the inevitable high payouts and legal fees. This also means that competence will decline as token labor becomes even more pervasive.

  • County Vaccine Contract Exposed as Blatant Bid-Rigging

    What is painfully clear from the narration is that Hidalgo and her staff were determined from the outset to steer the contract to Elevate Strategies. You may recall from my earlier reporting on this scandal, that Elevate Strategies is a one-person company that was run out of a small apartment in Montrose. The principal of Elevate Strategies is Felicity Pereyra. Pereyra is a long-time Democratic operative, having worked in numerous campaigns for Democratic candidates. She has no public health experience.

    Political machines use taxpayer money as a gift to loyal warriors, causing more to join so they too can cheat the system and end up rich.

  • New experiment could confirm the fifth state of matter in the universe

    Dr. Vopson’s previous research suggests that information is the fundamental building block of the universe and has physical mass.

    He said: “The information in an electron is 22 million times smaller than the mass of it, but we can measure the information content by erasing it.

    “We know that when you collide a particle of matter with a particle of antimatter, they annihilate each other. And the information from the particle has to go somewhere when it’s annihilated.”

    Reality includes a vast informational space which may be the origin of everything else.



  • Six killed after car slams into crowd of people preparing for carnival parade, say authorities

    Six people have been killed and 10 others seriously injured after a car driven at high speed slammed into a group of carnival performers in Belgium, say authorities.

    And the incident did not appear to be a terror attack, according to prosecutors.

    Unless the perps announce it as a terror attack, it will be categorized as ordinary crime. No further updates have come out. Into the memory hole it goes, but everyone knows something is not quite right about this investigation.

  • Sask. police accused of racism, incompetence after Indigenous baby’s death

    Kyla Frenchman told Prince Albert Police her partner had kicked her out of their apartment into the cold, while he was locked inside with their son. Frantic, she said she pleaded with police to enter the home and take the boy, fearing for her son’s safety.

    Instead, police arrested Frenchman, accusing her of being drunk. Several hours later, police were called back to the address after a report of a homicide and found baby Tanner dead. His father was charged with second-degree murder.

    Diversity: where the personal disasters of the world somehow become our problem.

  • Exposure to phthalates — the ‘everywhere chemical’ — may increase children’s cancer risk

    Childhood, but not gestational (in utero) phthalate exposure was associated with 20% higher rate of childhood cancer overall, with a nearly three-fold higher rate of osteosarcoma diagnosis, a bone cancer, and a two-fold higher rate of lymphoma diagnosis, cancer of the blood.

    While democracy slept, the products of industry poisoned us, despite miles of regulations designed to avoid this problem.

  • Inflation is causing some older Americans to delay retirement plans, survey shows

    Some 13% of Gen Xers and baby boomers say they have postponed or considered delaying plans to leave the workforce due to soaring costs.

    This is not inflation per se, but devaluation of the currency based on the money printer we have seen working overtime over the past year, and the loss of international standing for America, which now seems to be run by elderly crime syndicate bosses.

  • What’s the prevailing opinion on social media? Look at the flocks, says researcher

    Murmuration identifies meaningful groups of social media actors based on the “who-follows-whom” relationship. The actors attract like-minded followers to form “flocks,” which serve as the units of analysis. As opinions form and shift in response to external events, the flocks’ unfolding opinions move like the fluid murmuration of airborne starlings.

    People do not seek “truth.” They seek information that justifies the way they are living as the best possible option they could have had.

  • Why does America spend so much on health care?

    The strength of American health care is that it has accommodated the desire of an affluent population for ever-greater access to pathbreaking medical technology. But the collective purchase of medical care by employers has meant that costs have often spiraled unaccountably and been imposed on all—many of whom may have less willingness or ability to pay.

    Our emergency rooms are perpetually clogged with illegal aliens. Why not mention the real cost that is being redistributed here?

  • Midwestern US has lost 57.6 billion metric tons of soil due to agricultural practices

    What they discovered is that Midwestern topsoil is eroding at an average rate of 1.9 millimeters per year. Put another way, the authors estimate that the Midwest has lost approximately 57.6 billion metric tons of topsoil since farmers began tilling the soil, 160 years ago. And this is despite conservation practices put in place in the wake of the Dust Bowl in the 1930s.

    It’s also clear that much of the erosion is due to tillage—to plowing. “The modeling that I do shows that tilling has a ‘diffusive’ effect,” says Kwang. “It melts the landscape away, flattening higher points in a field and filling in the hollows.”

    Perhaps using giant powerful machines to do these jobs quickly creates a problem.

  • From millionaires to Muslims, small subgroups of the population seem much larger to many Americans

    Americans tend to vastly overestimate the size of minority groups. This holds for sexual minorities, including the proportion of gays and lesbians (estimate: 30%, true: 3%), bisexuals (estimate: 29%, true: 4%), and people who are transgender (estimate: 21%, true: 0.6%).

    It also applies to religious minorities, such as Muslim Americans (estimate: 27%, true: 1%) and Jewish Americans (estimate: 30%, true: 2%). And we find the same sorts of overestimates for racial and ethnic minorities, such as Native Americans (estimate: 27%, true: 1%), Asian Americans (estimate: 29%, true: 6%), and Black Americans (estimate: 41%, true: 12%).

    Bet this mirrors what people see on television however. Every show has an Asian, an African, A Hispanic, a homosexual person, a woman, and (optionally) a wimpy and stupid White male.

  • Parents fury over Texas elementary school’s woke lesson segregating kids by hair color then branding blond children stupid

    The dark-haired students were deemed privileged, and told they were superior, with youngsters who had blond or red hair deemed less intelligent and inferior.

    Both sets of students were given a puzzle to complete, but the light-haired students had a piece missing.

    The light-haired students also had to clean up after the other group at the end of the exercise.

    Leftists never miss a chance to push their agenda of resentment.

  • Four out of five Canadians support welcoming unlimited Ukrainian refugees: poll

    Canada has promised to allow entry of an “unlimited” number of fleeing Ukrainians through a new visa system under which they can be granted open-work permits and residence for two years, before they can apply for permanent residence or return home.

    People socialize by emoting. They see sad images on television and they emote, not recognizing that this will be used to make policies that eventually erase them.

  • Behind Bogus FOIAs, Government Is Hiding How It Spends Your Money

    Requests under the Freedom of Information Act have grown significantly over the last decade, but slow bureaucrats are not responding to taxpayers within the proper time frame or with accurate information. As the backlog grows, Americans are left wondering just how much of their money the government is squandering each day, but the FOIA process repeatedly falls short.

    If they hide the data, they have a good reason to do so.

  • Democrats press Biden to invoke wartime powers to tackle gas prices

    Democrats say resorting to DPA powers also reflects their belief that oil companies are taking advantage of the war in Ukraine to pad profits after years of deflated revenue due to the pandemic.

    They always play the victim and scapegoat the wealthy in order to justify their revolutions and tyranny. Boats to Venezuela!


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