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News (March 5, 2022)


  • Hundreds of New York Times Tech Staffers Vote to Unionize

    The group of roughly 600 employees includes software engineers, data analysts, project managers, product managers and designers.

    These shakedowns are occurring because cost of living is too high. Unions always pass costs on to the companies who then pass it on to customers. This will further bleed the goodthinkers if they are foolish enough to subscribe. One quick hint to The New York Times: tech guys are not analytical thinkers, but mechanical analysts. They will always invent a way to make tech more complicated than it needs to be. Downsize, simplify, and work with a minimal staff instead of six hundred people.

  • The American Pundits Who Can’t Resist “Westsplaining” Ukraine

    If anything unites the region, it is its historically unfortunate location as the plaything of empires, its borders and definitions made and remade over the centuries, most recently through its emergence from the collapse of the USSR. The defining geopolitical feature of the region is that it is defined from the outside. As the Polish linguist Piotr Twardzisz puts it, “There is relatively little of Eastern Europe in Eastern Europe itself. There is more of it in Western Europe, or in the West, generally.”

    In other words, its Eurasian nation assigns it a geopolitical situation that then shapes the people inside of it, most of whom are serf escapees from Western Europe (as opposed to the middle class and above escapees who populated the US).

  • Why John Mearsheimer Blames the U.S. for the Crisis in Ukraine

    I think all the trouble in this case really started in April, 2008, at the NATO Summit in Bucharest, where afterward NATO issued a statement that said Ukraine and Georgia would become part of NATO. The Russians made it unequivocally clear at the time that they viewed this as an existential threat, and they drew a line in the sand. Nevertheless, what has happened with the passage of time is that we have moved forward to include Ukraine in the West to make Ukraine a Western bulwark on Russia’s border. Of course, this includes more than just NATO expansion. NATO expansion is the heart of the strategy, but it includes E.U. expansion as well, and it includes turning Ukraine into a pro-American liberal democracy, and, from a Russian perspective, this is an existential threat.

    People want to join what works better. The West, for all its faults, operates at a higher level than Russia does. Russia is wrestling with internal instability, but that seems insoluble because of lack of a functional economy, so she is looking outward for symbols and emotions to unify her population.

  • Internet backbone Cogent cuts Russia connectivity

    The economic sanctions put in place as a result of the invasion and the increasingly uncertain security situation make it impossible for Cogent to continue to provide you with service.

    The list of tech giants cutting Russia loose as a result of the bloody occupation continues to grow – Microsoft, AMD, Intel, TSMC, Apple, Google, Amazon, Cisco, Dell, HP, IBM, SAP, Oracle, and Lenovo, for instance – plus corporations in automotive, financial services, entertainment, oil, and more, all amid fresh trade restrictions in place against the Putin regime by America and Europe.

    Much of this seems to be exactly as they state it: fear of economic sanctions and the legal enforcement that the US and EU might bring upon them. Regardless, this bullying behavior reveals how weak the West feels itself to be, especially after the dumpster fire of COVID-19 panic and the revelation that we are flat broke after a century of entitlements spending, especially after the numerically large Baby Boomer generation created more costs than following generations can afford. As Boomer end-of-life costs, generally the most expensive segment of the most costly area of public funding, soar in the 2020s and 2030s, the market socialist liberal democracies of the West will hit rock bottom financially.

  • UK Gov. published data confirming the Fully Vaccinated are now up to 3.2x more likely to die of Covid-19 than the Unvaccinated

    The fully vaccinated population in England are now statistically more likely to die of Covid-19 than the unvaccinated population in every age single age group, even the 30-39-year-olds who, if you recall, had more deaths among the unvaccinated between 31st Jan and 27th Feb

    To be fair about this, those most at risk tend to be more vaccinated than those with low risk. It is also possible that goodthinkers simply have more deleterious genetic mutations and therefore are more likely to die from COVID-19 or any other cause.

  • The rat problem in Washington, DC, is so bad, two people got hantavirus

    The Americas are best known for harboring “New World” hantaviruses, which cause a severe respiratory disease called Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome. And these are much more deadly. HPS can also begin like a generic infection, with fever, chills, and aches. But, it can progress to an acute, life-threatening cardiopulmonary phase after about a week. And from there, the disease can progress rapidly, with the lungs filling with fluid and people needing hospitalization and often ventilation within 24 hours. HPS is fatal in about 38 percent of cases, the CDC notes. But for the most important “New World” hantavirus in the US—the Sin Nombre virus, spread by the deer mouse—the fatality rate is about 50 percent.

    Just in time for the 2022 election!

  • Apple Shareholders Vote for Independent Civil Rights Audit of Company

    “Apple has built its brand as an inclusive and equitable company, a company that celebrates differences — and in the tech industry, public trust is paramount.”

    Apple’s shareholder proposal merely asks Apple to perform the audit and release findings.

    Ventures such as this serve as preemptive exonerations. The company shows good faith, gets a clean bill of health and maybe a minor mea culpa they can fix easily, and then uses this to insulate themselves against future complaints.

  • Greece fumes at Russia after ten Greeks die from ‘Orthodox’ bombs in Ukraine

    Tensions between Athens and Moscow flared up after ten Greek expatriates were killed during a bombing by Russian forces in Sartana, a village in the Donetsk oblast in eastern Ukraine.

    Should be interesting to see Europe take sides again. The “Colder War” will involve a lot more propaganda now that we have the internet to make propaganda fun and easy.

  • Kremlin says Lindsey Graham is a drunk who’s ‘lost his mind’ for calling for Putin’s assassination

    ‘Is there a Brutus in Russia? Graham asked. ‘Is there a more successful Colonel Stauffenberg in the Russian military? The only way this ends is for somebody in Russia to take this guy out. You would be doing your country — and the world — a great service.’

    Graham doubled down on his comments in an interview Friday on ‘Fox and Friends.’

    ‘I’m hoping someone in Russia will understand he is destroying Russia and you need to take this guy out back any means possible.’

    Democracy can get more cringe, and probably needs to before people realize that we are in kindergarten and getting talked as if we were paste-eating speds.

  • Single test for more than 50 genetic diseases will cut diagnosis from decades to days

    The diseases covered by the test belong to a class of over 50 diseases caused by unusually-long repetitive DNA sequences in a person’s genes—known as short tandem repeat (STR) expansion disorders.

    “We’ve programmed the Nanopore device to hone in on the roughly 40 genes known to be involved in these disorders and to read through the long, repeated DNA sequences that cause disease,” he says. “By unraveling the two strands of DNA and reading the repeated letter sequences (combinations of A, T, G or C), we can scan for abnormally long repeats within the patient’s genes, which are the hallmarks of disease.”

    Humanity will not be able to avoid Darwin and Galton for long.

  • Why I’m Defying Beltway Cowardice

    Most Republicans in Congress agree, but many live in fear of speaking the truth in Washington. If you do, the Democrats will attack you and use it against you. Therefore, they tell us, it’s best to keep your head down, vote as directed, and be quiet.

    I’ve been told there are unwritten rules in Washington about what you can and cannot say. You can’t tell the public that Social Security and Medicare are going bankrupt.

    This is the issue that will define the future: entitlements bankrupted the West, doubly so after the Boomers received more benefits than subsequent generations can ever hope to pay.

    So, I went out and made a statement that got me in trouble. I said that all Americans need to have some skin in the game. Even if it is just a few bucks, everyone needs to know what it is like to pay some taxes. It hit a nerve. Part of the deception is achieved by disconnecting so many Americans from taxation. It’s a genius political move. And it is bankrupting us.

    We can find many good reasons to support a flat tax:

    It is perhaps obvious that any regressive tax regime would go hand in hand with cuts to the state that make the current period of so-called austerity look like a festival of Julio-Claudian largesse.

    Entire departments, including the majority of the benefits system, would need to go given the reduction in Treasury receipts, but this would be offset by the fact that work would finally pay for those at the bottom of the pile, who would take home at least 80p in every pound they earned and be free to spend it however they wish.

    We did better without benefits because costs are lower. Like unions, free stuff from government raises prices and pays a pittance, but enriches thousands who work in the Beltway climate.

  • Mayor Wu Signs Transfer Fee Home Rule Petition to Fund Affordable Housing

    If passed by the Massachusetts Legislature and signed by the governor, the fee will generate nearly a hundred million dollars annually to create and preserve affordable housing in Boston and reduce property taxes for qualified low-income senior homeowners.

    More wealth transfer from the productive to the unproductive, instead of just lowering the costs for the unproductive so that they can enjoy marginal but comfortable lives. The wealthy will simply raise their prices and the poor will pay them.


  • Supermarkets remove Russian vodka from shelves

    Sainsbury’s will remove Russian Standard vodka and Karpayskiye black sunflower seeds from its shelves.

    Waitrose, which is part of the John Lewis Partnership, will no longer sell Russian vodka either.

    Asda’s announcement will apply to about 100 products – mostly spirits, but also includes fish and some sweets.

    Just like victory cabbage and freedom fries, these symbolic signaling exercises show how much the Left wants war in order to get it out of the debt hole it created with anti-poverty, anti-racism, and anti-COVID programs.

  • Jewish community leaders respond to antisemitic remarks by Kentucky lawmakers

    “Did you know that a Jewish woman has less cancer of the cervix than any other race in this country or this world? Now, why is that? Because Jewish women only have one sex partner,” said Representative Bentley.

    Jews should own this one because it is good advice. Casual sex makes people into emotional wrecks and sexual zombies.

  • Microsoft says hello again to China, goodbye to Russia

    The Redmond software giant declared today that its new Azure region in North China went live with unrestricted access for customers on 1 March, with capabilities including hybrid and multi-cloud deployment, IoT, edge computing, and data intelligence.

    As well as the Azure region, Microsoft said it is adding a set of services that are new to the China market.

    American business, fooled by fake economic figures from the Chinese government and drooling over the potential of a billion and a half new customers, has allowed itself to be seduced by the people who will eventually seize it.

  • The Campaign to Shut Down Crucial Documentary Tool youtube-dl Continues

    The saga started two years ago, when the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) invoked the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) to demand that GitHub take down the repository for youtube-dl, claiming that the software breaks digital locks on videos and could allow people to save copies of songs from the major music labels that RIAA represents. Concerned about losing its crucial safe harbor from copyright liability, GitHub initially complied, sparking a widespread outcry. The tool has been around since 2006, and is used by journalists and activists to save eyewitness videos, by YouTubers to save backup copies of their own uploaded videos, and by people with slow or unreliable network connections to download videos in high resolution and watch them without buffering interruptions.

    Their real fear is most likely that this tool makes it easy for people to remove their content from YouTube, which wants the ability to both ban and permanently make inaccessible the content instead of letting people move it to Rumble, Odysee, or Vimeo.

  • Ontario Deputy Premier Christine Elliott confirms she won’t seek re-election

    Elliott has served as health minister since Ford’s Progressive Conservatives took office in 2018, putting her at the forefront of the government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    ​In a statement issued Friday morning, Elliott said she made the decision to not run in the coming provincial election after “considerable reflection and discussion” with her family.

    The people who went all-in on COVID-19, flush with Big Pharma cash, are now exiting the scene since they are about as popular as hemorrhoids on a koala right now.

  • Understanding genomes, piece by piece

    The paper, published in Science showed that context — and in particular transcriptional context — alters the RNA output of a gene. Using long-read direct RNA sequencing, they were able to observe changes in the start, end, and amount of full-length RNA molecules expressed from DNA sequences that had been randomly rearranged in synthetic yeast genomes. Relocating a gene affected the length and abundance of its RNA output; however, these changes were not always explained by the new adjacent DNA sequence. It appeared to be transcription occurring around it, rather than the sequence itself, that altered a gene’s RNA output.

    We are still infants mucking about with the genius of nature that we barely understand.

  • Belarusian forces will not take part in Ukraine war, Lukashenko says

    A close Russian ally, Lukashenko said he spoke to President Vladimir Putin at length by telephone on Friday. Russia has used Belarusian territory to carry out a multi-pronged invasion of Ukraine.

    Putin may not have realized that after Crimea, the West is more sensitive to the steady Russian subterfuge as it attempts to rebuild the Soviet Union.

  • Potato genome decoded

    The reason for this is simple but has proven difficult to tackle — instead of inheriting one copy of every chromosome from both the father and from the mother (as in humans) potatoes inherit two copies of each chromosome from each parent, making them a species with four copies of each chromosome (tetraploid). Four copies of each chromosome also mean four copies of each gene, and this makes it highly challenging and time-consuming to generate new varieties that harbour a desired combination of individual properties; what’s more, multiple copies of each chromosome also make the reconstruction of the potato genome a far greater technical challenge than was the case for the human genome.

    Once we finally get some healthy genetics for humanity back, exploring tetraploidy might not be a bad idea so we do not degenerate so quickly.

  • BBC News launches ‘dark web’ Tor mirror

    In a statement, the BBC said: “The BBC World Service’s news content is now available on the Tor network to audiences who live in countries where BBC News is being blocked or restricted. This is in line with the BBC World Service mission to provide trusted news around the world.”

    The idea of the open internet and cyberspace as a place beyond borders just died. Someone owns the switches, servers, routers, wires, data centers, and electrons. The real world controls the internet, and with the separation between Euromerica and Eurasia, the open internet can no longer exist.

  • The surgeon general calls on Big Tech to turn over Covid-19 misinformation data.

    A request for information from the surgeon general’s office demanded that tech platforms send data and analysis on the prevalence of Covid-19 misinformation on their sites, starting with common examples of vaccine misinformation documented by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

    The notice asks the companies to submit “exactly how many users saw or may have been exposed to instances of Covid-19 misinformation,” as well as aggregate data on demographics that may have been disproportionately exposed to or affected by the misinformation.

    Not noticing how the world has moved on, those who received power they did not merit and cannot use from this event have started attempting to cement their power through legal action.

  • Event horizons are tunable factories of quantum entanglement

    In 1974, Stephen Hawking added more mystique to the character of black holes by showing that, once quantum effects are considered, a black hole isn’t really black at all but, instead, emits radiation, as if it was a hot body, gradually losing mass in the so-called “Hawking evaporation process.” Further, Hawking’s calculations showed that the emitted radiation is quantum mechanically entangled with the bowels of the black hole itself. This entanglement is the quantum signature of the Hawking effect. This astounding result is difficult, if not impossible, to be tested on astrophysical black holes, since the faint Hawking radiation gets overshined by other sources of radiation in the cosmos.

    On the other hand, in the 1980s, a seminal article by William Unruh established that the spontaneous production of entangled Hawking particles occurs in any system that can support an effective event horizon. Such systems generally fall under the umbrella of “analog gravity systems” and opened a window for testing Hawking’s ideas in the laboratory.

    Patterns seem more important than substrates, like goals are more important than methods.

  • Why Does the U.S. Buy Russian Oil?

    The U.S. still consumes far more oil than companies extract domestically, requiring it to import some supplies. But it is less reliant on Russia’s oil than Europe and takes only a small portion of its imported crude from Russia.

    America gets most of its crude imports from Canada, Mexico and Saudi Arabia. Smaller countries in Latin America and West Africa also typically send more crude to the U.S. than Russia does.

    The holy grail for all countries in the future era will be total self-sufficiency. This is why business supported green energy, although they are learning that even with massive government subsidies it does not work so well, which means that nuclear is going to be back on the menu very shortly.



  • PBS Hosts Neo-Nazi Ukraine Mayor, Blurs Image of ‘Hitler Accomplice’ Behind Him.

    In fact, during the PBS interview Semenikhin posed with a Bandera portrait behind him, albeit blurred out by the network in their attempts to obscure their work with Ukrainian Neo-Nazis.

    The news comes as Western media has worked tirelessly to discredit Russian President Vladimir Putin’s claims that Neo-Nazis have a significant amount of political control in the country.

    Right-wing media always serves as Useful Idiots for the Left by trying to repeat their values as our dogma. One can entirely oppose National Socialism without demonizing it. The right way to defeat any ideology is to accept it, take it seriously, and then analyze it.

    In the meantime, claiming the the soldiers fighting for a country with a Jewish leader are Nazis seems completely dubious. If anything, their admiration for various fascist leaders may be seen as an embrace of strong power and strong leaders in weak times; it bears repeating here that Communists killed far more people than the Nazis ever attempted to.

    Further, the situation seems more complex because the Azov Battalion are semi-tolerated but only when they serve as footsoldiers for Ukraine:

    The headquarters of the Azov special detachment in Mariupol were hit with the Tochka-U tactical missile system by the Ukrainian Armed Forces, according to the DPR People’s Militia.

    Members of the Azov nationalist battalion, who are now blockaded in the city of Mariupol, reportedly refuse to obey and coordinate their actions with the command of the Ukrainian Army.

    The nationalist battalions pose a big threat not only to the Russian soldiers, but also to the local civilians, who were kept in hostage in the city, as well as to the current regime in Kiev and President Volodymir Zelenskiy.

    Regardless, the principle of nationalism holds strong: one ethnic group per nation. Are these the Ukrainians? A large number of them at least want to be an ethnic group independent from other Slavic groups.

  • Secession Declarations Do Not Prove the War was over Slavery

    There were 13 Southern states represented in the Confederate government. That 13 included Missouri and Kentucky, which were divided states that did not actually secede. They remained Union slave states – two of six Union slave states – the entire war (WHAT! UNION SLAVE STATES! I thought the war was fought over slavery with the Union fighting to end slavery! Man, they should have started with their own country).

    In fact, three of the six Union slave states – New Jersey, Kentucky and Delaware – had slavery several months after the war. It took the second 13th Amendment in December 1865 for slavery to end in those three Union slave states.

    Remember, the first 13th Amendment was the Corwin Amendment that left black people in slavery forever, even beyond the reach of Congress, in places where slavery already existed. It was passed by the Northern Congress, ratified by several states and strongly supported by Abraham Lincoln before the war made it moot.

    War is more complex than complaints and touchstone events. History will record that the American Civil War was fought between the urbanites and the rest of the country, since the urbanites wanted to modernize, liberalize, become cosmopolitan and then create a third world style nanny state socialist government, following the diversity of Irish people creating political machines in that image. Diversity caused the war, but not Black diversity.

  • Working, studying in ‘off’ hours can harm motivation

    Woolley and Giurge think part of this discrepancy has to do with the idea of “collective time off” — having free time when friends and family are also off.

    “The real benefit of time off on the weekend or on holidays is that it’s not just that I have time off, but my family and friends have time off, too,” Woolley said.

    We are mortal. No one wants to miss out on good things for jobs, especially since most of what is done at jobs — probably upwards of four-fifths — is unnecessary, duplicative, and irrelevant pro forma signaling up the management chain.

  • New Windows 11 test build wants your credit card info

    Asking for credit-card information within Windows isn’t that startling, as you’ve probably already entered payment information into the Microsoft ecosystem either for buying apps or movies on the Microsoft Store app or for making similar purchases via your Xbox. Still, those transactions are normally performed via your Microsoft Account web page, which manages all of that online and behind the scenes.

    Microsoft considers the additional credit-card info as part of the subscription option it added last month. Now, if your subscription risks falling through because of an expired credit card, Microsoft will alert you. Conceptually, however, it implies that your PC is as much a tool to make purchases as it is to simply work and game.

    When you stretch an economy too thin, not enough wealth concentrates for any party to act. With affirmative action, unions, high taxes, regulations, and parasitic lawsuits, we have stretched business too thin, to the cheers of the peanut gallery which wants revenge on those with money who have escaped the dingy city apartments and suburban trailer parks. Government wants to rule business; business wants to be either independent (capitalism) or rule government (oligarchy). We needed a structure like culture, social hierarchy, and aristocracy to rein this in. Now every business wants to run a subscription model because nothing makes enough money to support both an incentives system for high performance and the bloat created by government and the Useful Idiot voters.

  • How billionaire pharma dynasty behind OxyContin and Purdue raked in a FORTUNE from painkiller sales, before falling from grace

    Yesterday, the Sackler dynasty, owners of Purdue Pharma and makers of the powerful prescription painkiller, OxyContin, reached a landmark $6 billion agreement over its role in fueling the opioid epidemic that led to the deaths of more than 500,000 people.

    The deal officially dissolves the multi-billion dollar behemoth Purdue Pharma L.P., and puts an end to an American dream turned toxic.

    Narcissists either never realize that they will eventually be discovered and destroyed, are playing the lottery to hope they go undiscovered, or like serial killers want an endgame where they can show all of us what they have done and call us stupid for letting them do it. The Clinton-Biden-Obama crew have a comeuppance coming, just like Tammany Hall and the Pendergast Machine eventually did.

  • Australian Scientists Plan to Resurrect the Extinct Tasmanian Tiger

    Scientists would then be able to take cells from a related species and use CRISPR to change that code. For instance, the Tasmanian tiger is related to another marsupial species, the mouse-like dunnart. “It turns out the dunnart is pretty much the closest thing to a thylacine of any living marsupial,” he says.

    Starting with a dunnart cell, you can edit in all of the DNA differences to turn it into a Tasmanian tiger.

    Future generations will regenerate Nords from the ruins of human genetics by using a similar method in order to have competent leaders.

  • Brain activity differentiates between types of social influence

    People conformed more when their confidence was low, regardless of whether they thought their partner was human or not. This informational influence was tracked by activity in the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex (dACC) of the brain. The participants also conformed more when conformity was reciprocated by their partner. This normative influence only occurred when participants thought that their partners were human, as did the correlation with dACC activity. Additionally, normative influence, but not informational influence, was associated with stronger functional connections to the dACC from other social processing regions of the brain.

    How herds work.

  • White families left city elementary schools at highest rate during pandemic

    The IBO examined Department of Education student retention rates between the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 school years and the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 school years.

    White students were the only group with rate declines in every grade from pre-K to eighth grade over that span, according to the IBO report.

    White people are getting the message — well, except for the goodthinkers, who are the people who surrender to invading armies before a shot is fired because “someone might get hurt” — that the public schools hate them. When you preach constant anti-White Critical Race Theory, teach history of anti-colonialism, have Drag Queen Story Hour, and other obvious Leftist manipulations, White people who want normal kids pull them out.

    White women are staying home to educate and care for their children while White people are taxed to provide daycare for the parasite class of diversity and goodthinkers. This has been accelerating for a long time and COVID-19 just gave it a push.

    People tend to correctly identify their racial group and be aware of threats against it.

  • CNN, ABC and CBS News to stop broadcasting in Russia after Putin’s threat to lock up journalists for 12 years

    Lawmakers in Moscow passed amendments to the criminal code making the spread of ‘fake’ information an offense punishable with fines or jail terms.

    Taking their cue from the West and then taking it to the next level, Russians ban anti-regime information where in the West we simply use private industry to do it. Seen any good articles on Ivermectin recently?

  • Grain Markets Set for Supply Shock of a Lifetime

    Ukraine and Russia together account for more than a quarter of the global trade in wheat, as well as a fifth of corn sales. Prices for those staple crops are soaring on concerns over supply disruptions at a time when global food prices had already reached record highs.

    Maybe the USA should stop planting soy to sell to China and instead grow its own food. Funny how the Soviets passed on because they could not produce enough wheat.

  • New tool reveals function of enigmatic gene sequences

    Only a small proportion of our genome comprises genes that instruct the cells to make specific proteins; the majority are so-called noncoding DNA, sometimes called “junk DNA” given that their function has been largely unknown. However, recent research has shown that some of these sequences can give rise to RNA which affects vital cellular processes. It transpires that most of the genetic changes linked to different diseases lie in these very noncoding parts of patients’ DNA.

    We are infants traversing a landscape we barely recognize in this field, but we are seeing more how the complexity works. We should learn this stuff before we attempt mRNA vaccines of any type.

  • How Outside Money Infiltrated Missouri’s 2020 Election

    Mark Zuckerberg, the California Facebook billionaire, funneled millions into our state with grant dollars disproportionately favoring Democrat-held districts.

    All of Big Tech leans Left because it depends on H-1Bs and the large diversity audience who interact with it via smartphone.


  • Gold will soar as China seeks US dollar alternatives

    Gold is an alternative but China’s $3.2 trillion of foreign exchange reserves is greater than the $2.3 trillion value of all the world’s central bank gold reserves. The value of all the gold ever mined is less than $17 trillion at the current price of $1,944 an ounce, according to World Gold Council estimates. China presently holds only about 5 percent of its total reserves in gold.

    Trump set the decoupling in motion and now it gains momentum. With Russia-China dropping out, the West will be forced to become self-sufficient again. The big loser here is Europe which has kept up its social benefits only by selling lots of junk to China and letting the US fund most of NATO.

  • Wisconsin Special Counsel Finds ‘Widespread Election Fraud’ In 2020 Nursing Homes

    Special Counsel Michael Gableman, the retired state Supreme Court justice appointed by the Wisconsin Assembly to investigate integrity concerns about the 2020 election, vetted more than 90 nursing homes in five different counties before concluding there was “widespread election fraud at Wisconsin nursing homes in November of 2020.”

    According to the report, nursing home staff and administrators illegally handled absentee ballots, illegally assisted with “marking” residents’ ballots, illegally “witnessed” the voting, and possibly included forgery of the elderly residents’ signatures. Under Wisconsin law, these violations of the election code constitute fraud.

    Regime change has come to the USA. It either revokes the fraudulent 2020 election result, or accepts that it intends to have fraudulent elections, at which point the world will flee the US dollar.

  • How Christians are blessing Israel after the ‘rapture’

    Sometime later, Anne shared with me that should the Rapture take place before her death, she had signed documents that leave her home to me. It still moves me deeply to think about this and everything that it represents, just like Ruth’s eternal her love for Naomi and the Jewish people.

    “After the Rapture: Passing the Torch” details biblical reasons and practical steps why and how Christians should leave their assets to the Jewish people. It is “an eye opener (teaching) about end-times with authority (whose) message will convict your heart.”

    Dualistic religious interpretations lead to thinking paradoxical to realism, at which point there is no reason for them since these religions serve no utility.

  • The Beginning of the End for Putin?

    Throughout his tenure, Putin has maintained relatively high levels of public support thanks in large part to his ability to restore economic growth and stability after the turmoil of the 1990s. While most Russians have few illusions about their leader, recognizing the corruption that benefits him and the elite around him, it remained all but unfathomable to most Russians that Putin would launch a major conventional war against their Ukrainian neighbors. For months, many Russian analysts, commentators, and citizens alike were convinced that Putin would not engage in such an act of aggression.

    The early demonstrations are remarkable not just for the bravery that they reflect, but also for the potential that they hold—protests in highly repressive regimes are more likely to be successful than protests in less repressive environments. That is because when people take to the streets even when the costs of doing so are high, it sends a powerful signal to other citizens that their dissent is shared. In this way, these early antiwar protests have the potential to trigger cascading opposition.

    Beware celebrating the fall of Putin, since what comes next is often worse. However, the bigger point here is that Putin must be desperate to maintain control if he has embarked on this crusade.

  • Associations Between Unprocessed Red Meat and Processed Meat With Risk of Recurrence and Mortality in Patients With Stage III Colon Cancer

    Intake of unprocessed red meat or processed meat after colon cancer diagnosis was not associated with risk of recurrence or mortality.

    For those in power, having you eat lots of carbs is convenient. It keeps you sedate and malleable. It turns out that avoiding meat may not help any environmental crises, either:

    A recent analysis by Stylianou et al. (2021) estimated the impact of small dietary changes in the consumption of individual foods on human health and the environment, expressed as minutes of healthy life lost or gained daily and dietary
    carbon footprint, respectively.

    While an appealing concept for its simplistic interpretation, we propose that this
    analysis is unwarranted based on existing evidence and produces results that
    fail to recognize the importance of essential nutrient density and disregard
    the risks associated with ultra-processed foods, sugar, and refined starches.

    We need certain nutrition to live. Humanity should ask when it checks its reckless growth instead of Soviet-style simply reducing necessary nutrition in order to fit an ideological paradigm of individualism, which necessarily leads to endless population expansion.

  • Worse Than Watergate? Most Voters Believe Clinton Campaign Scandal ‘Very Important’

    A new national telephone and online survey by Rasmussen Reports finds that 68% of Likely U.S. voters believe this accusation is important, including 50% who think it’s Very Important. Twenty-seven percent (27%) don’t think Duham’s allegation against Clinton’s campaign is important, including 16% who say it’s Not At All Important.

    In response to the Durham filing, Trump issued a statement saying it was “a scandal far greater in scope and magnitude than Watergate and those who were involved in and knew about this spying operation should be subject to criminal prosecution.” Sixty-five percent (65%) of voters agree with the quote from Trump, including 48% who Strongly Agree. Twenty-eight percent (28%) disagree with the Trump statement, including 21% who Strongly Disagree.

    Everyone knows that it is important, just like the stolen election and the mysterious death of Seth Rich. However, the Left and the captive Right (Romney, Graham, McConnell, McDaniel) want it to just go away so business as usual can go on, just like BlackRock and China want it to go away so that they can keep taking over.

  • China, Russia and the race to a post-dollar world

    Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a key economic turning point that will have many lasting consequences. Among them will be a quickening of the shift to a bipolar global financial system — one based on the dollar, the other on the renminbi.

    The process of financial decoupling between Russia and the west has, of course, been going on for some time. Western banks reduced their exposure to Russian financial institutions by 80 per cent following the country’s annexation of Crimea in 2014, and their claims on the rest of Russia’s private sector have halved since then, according to a recent Capital Economics report.

    This follows a 2019 agreement between Russia and China to settle all trade in their respective currencies rather than in dollars.

    This successfully isolates the third world economies from that of the first. Globalism means colonialism, in that the first world produces wealth and the third world offers raw labor, and no one wants to upset that. We can view the Russia-China tantrum as the peasants attempting to overthrow the middle classes.

  • Profile of a potential nominee: Ketanji Brown Jackson

    She was confirmed to an appellate judgeship less than a year ago with support from three Republican senators, and she is a relative by marriage of former House Speaker Paul Ryan, who ran for vice president on the Republican ticket in 2012.

    This is another Sotomayor — a racial grifter adopted for affirmative action purposes — not another Thomas. Notice the complete lack of actual qualifications but lots of very public awards for being a minority.

  • Immigrants in the US illegally are not eligible for free health care under the ACA

    The law excludes immigrants living in the country without legal permission from receiving tax credits or purchasing insurance on the ACA marketplace, and Democrats are not united in providing free coverage to them.

    True. But the deflection is that illegal immigrants get their health care through EMTALA, which is paid for via costs passed on to insurers and customers.

  • ‘Math neurons’ identified in the brain

    “Even when we replaced the mathematical symbols with words, the effect remained the same,” explains Esther Kutter, who is doing her doctorate in Prof. Mormann’s research group. “For example, when subjects were asked to calculate ‘5 and 3’, their addition neurons sprang back into action; whereas for ‘7 less 4,’ their subtraction neurons did.”

    This shows that the cells discovered actually encode a mathematical instruction for action. The brain activity thus showed with great accuracy what kind of tasks the test subjects were currently calculating: The researchers fed the cells’ activity patterns into a self-learning computer program. At the same time, they told the software whether the subjects were currently calculating a sum or a difference. When the algorithm was confronted with new activity data after this training phase, it was able to accurately identify during which computational operation it had been recorded.

    The brain is a calculator shaped by the sum of experiences of your ancestors. The soul? This probably exists in an area that science cannot see because it is further up the cause-effect chain than material.

  • Secret to Ukraine’s fierce resistance? Javelin antitank missiles

    Measuring 1.2 meters in length, the Javelin can be transported and fired by a single soldier. Yet the weapon, made by American contractors Lockheed Martin and Raytheon, has enough firepower to pierce tank armor from 2.5 km away.

    The traits have made the Javelin the weapon of choice for repelling tank invasions in urban settings. A Javelin operator can covertly approach and engage a target in that setting. The weapons could prove even more crucial as a 65 km long tank convoy moved its way toward Kyiv on Tuesday.

    In January, the U.S. delivered $200 million worth of weapons to Ukraine, including 300 Javelins. Washington approved additional military aid on Saturday following Russia’s invasion.

    The CIA got a lot more aid into Ukraine than people thought, and taught insurgency to the Ukrainians, who when the Russian invasion was nigh quickly moved most of their weapons and people to small cells distributed evenly across the country. This way, they deny ground to Russia; the longer this goes on, the more likely that Russia will pull an Afghanistan and go back home in order to avoid further losses, even if they win on the battlefield.

  • In Mexico’s Deep South, the United Nations Explains Handing Cash to U.S.-Bound Migrants

    And, as the Center for Immigration Studies has previously reported after first seeing the cash cards distributed at a Reynosa, Mexico, migrant camp, the United Nations is sharply escalating the amounts of cash and other direct financial assistance to immigrants all along the migrant trail from Panama to Texas, at an uncharted series of some 100 waystations like this one in Tapachula.

    The UN wants to flood America with non-Whites because: (1) it “ends poverty,” (2) it makes the US permanently Leftist and therefore a strong UN supporters, (3) it keeps the globalist financial corporations, international manufacturers, and national banks happy because the NWO can continue, and (4) democracy itself quests for total equality and a liberalization of all culture, genetics, faith, race, culture, logic, and sanity. Despite these grand plans, the narcissists to whom they appeal triumph only in the short term and leave third world level ruined societies behind them.



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