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  • The next 45 days are the ‘most critical period in U.S. financial history,’ says stock-market expert who profited in 1987 and 2008 crises

    The contrarian money manager, who is a disciple of famed investor Sir John Templeton, said that the timing and execution of the reawakening of the U.S. economy from its dormancy could be one of the biggest factors in determining how the market recovers from COVID-19, which has forced swaths of businesses to shut down to help stem the spread of the deadly contagion that has infected more than 2 million people and claimed 137,000 lives, according to data aggregated by Johns Hopkins University as of Wednesday evening.

    We are in a race to escape economic shutdown at this point. Again, it seems that if we had told everyone to wear masks and stop congregating in public, we would have had similar results without economic apocalypse, but the Left badly wanted to transition us to UBI.

  • With fishing fleets tied up due to COVID-19, marine life has a chance to recover

    “Studies after the first and second world wars showed a spectacular recovery,” said Carlos Duarte, a research chair at the Red Sea Research Center in Saudi Arabia. “We are hoping that this unintended closed season between February and June or July will accelerate the recovery of fish stocks and allow us to reach conservation objectives faster.”

    There are too many humans; we pushed our dominion over nature too far. Time to limit the amount of land we have, and start losing people who are non-contributors. Nature is important not only for us, but in itself; you have to learn to love life, trust eternity, and believe that this universe tends toward goodness in order to see this. Then, you can love life. You may never encounter what Kant calls the “thing-in-itself,” or the underlying structure of existence, but it is most likely made of something like information and therefore, inscrutable to us who perceive that we are meaty little beings. You however have to come to love it on its own terms, for the beauty and greatness of it, and to in that find a source of transcendental beauty and faith that everything will be okay, no matter how it turns out.

  • TV station’s interview with David Icke ‘posed threat to public health’

    Ofcom said London Live’s decision to broadcast the Icke interview “had the potential to cause significant harm to viewers in London during the pandemic” because his views were not sufficiently challenged by the host and viewers were not given extra context on the claims.

    The channel had argued that it should not be sanctioned for showing the interview with Icke on the basis he was exercising freedom of expression.

    And just like that, “freedom” died. It always does. They only talk about freedom, liberty, brotherhood, and stuff like that when they want to seize power. Now that the people who took over the old society are defending the society they created in its place, and that society is failing across the board, they have become more repressive than anyone could have dreamed of before. We will not have sanity until we lose the Left.

  • Wolf Reportedly Spotted in Northern France for First Time in Over 100 years

    Historically, wolves were a common sight across much of Europe but human activity caused populations to plummet and in the twentieth century, the species became locally extinct in many regions they had been endemic.

    However, recent conservation efforts have helped revive Europe’s wolves, with individuals reported in almost all countries on the European mainland. In 2015, a report published by the European Union, identified 10 separate populations spanning from Portugal in the west to Poland in the east. Spain and Italy have some of the healthiest populations in west and central Europe but most can be found in the Baltic states.

    Get the humans out of the way, and nature can survive.

  • Rare giant turtles returning to beaches deserted by tourists across world

    In recent weeks, rare leatherback turtles have been found nesting in numbers not seen for decades on beaches in Florida and Thailand.

    And experts say the resurgence of the vulnerable leatherback is likely closely linked to the desertion of beaches across the world due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Look at all of the beautiful creatures and exciting life we can have around us if we just rein ourselves in a little bit.

  • Possible Dinosaur DNA Has Been Found

    If upheld, Bailleul and her colleagues’ findings would indicate that biochemical traces of organisms can persist for tens of millions of years longer than previously thought. And that would mean there may be an entire world of biological information experts are only just getting to know.

    Jurassic Park got it wrong. If we produce dinosaurs in a lab, we need to let them loose in Los Angeles. Only the strong survive!

  • Pandemic threatens multilateral world order, says French foreign minister

    The minister said the response to the pandemic has created a “challenge to multilateralism,” invoking as examples President Donald Trump’s move to cut funding for the WHO and disagreements over China’s role in the global power play.

    “Major players are disengaging, as illustrated by the American decision to suspend its contribution to the World Health Organization, even though it is the only universal organization capable of fighting the pandemic,” he said. “This struggle is also the systematization of the balance of power that we saw mounting long before, with the exacerbation of the Sino-American rivalry.”

    Asked whether fights over the role of China in the world could mar international relations, Le Drian said that the European Commission views China as “both a partner and systemic rival,” while the U.S. “is a great power that seems hesitant to play its leadership role in the world.”

    Multilateralism means globalism, or the idea that instead of one superpower running the show, we let everyone do their own thing. Now we are learning that most of them are insane or evil, and so people are looking toward strong power again. Superpowers, strong leaders, culture, standards… and eventually, kings. We can un-do all that we did wrong and rise again.

  • Trump says will sign order to temporarily suspend immigration into U.S

    “In light of the attack from the Invisible Enemy, as well as the need to protect the jobs of our GREAT American Citizens, I will be signing an Executive Order to temporarily suspend immigration into the United States”, Trump said in a tweet late on Monday.

    The absolute madman did this on 4/20. He makes a good point: cutting the oversupply of workers will send more of our people back into the workforce.

  • Pope dreams of post-virus world where inequalities abolished

    “May we be profoundly shaken by what is happening all around us,” he said from the altar of the Santo Spirito church. “The time has come to eliminate inequalities, to heal the injustice that is undermining the health of the entire human family!”

    People wonder no longer why Christianity is dying. Modern Christians have confused Jesus saying that all — Greeks, Jews, Romans, whatever — were one in the church of Christ with universalism, or the idea that all people are the same. Jesus was saying that people are not all the same, but can apply a process of mental awakening to maximize what they are doing. His “church” is a state of mind which pursues obedience to natural law and a desire to do right in parallel with that. Popular mainstream Christianity turned that into an open-borders Communist ideology, and consequently they are preaching to the diehards only because everyone else has fled. Pagans, the next thousand years are yours.

  • Record government and corporate debt risks ‘tipping point’ after pandemic passes

    The federal government is on its way this year to spending nearly $4 trillion more than it collects in revenue, analysts say, a budget deficit roughly twice as large relative to the economy as in any year since 1945.

    Economists typically worry that excessive debt could lead to a crisis triggered by investors’ suddenly concluding that they will not be paid their promised returns and starting a fire sale of government securities, causing interest rates and inflation to soar. That scenario has afflicted numerous smaller economies. But such an outcome seems less likely for the United States, given the primacy of the dollar in the world economy and the country’s long track record of relative economic stability.

    Still, for four decades, the U.S. economy has grown steadily more addicted to borrowed money. Total government, business and household debt now exceeds 250 percent of annual output, three-quarters greater than in 1980, according to government statistics.

    Usury turns out to be a bad idea after all. So does fiat currency. We have made a great castle of sand, and it will dissolve with the tide. Where will you be when the debt bomb explodes?

  • Death toll hits 18 in Canada’s worst mass killing

    But police are warning their investigation could lead to finding more victims because the suspect travelled across the province in a prolonged attack that appear to be “at least in part, very random in nature,” said RCMP Chief Supt. Chris Leather during a news conference Sunday evening.

    Another normal person takes the ugliness, subjugation, and pointlessness of modern existence in stride until he snaps, and the war begins. At some point, one of these events will reach a new threshold: others will join in.

  • America’s Biggest Cities Were Already Losing Their Allure. What Happens Next?

    The country’s three largest metropolitan areas, New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, all lost population in the past several years, according to an analysis by William Frey, a demographer at the Brookings Institution. Even slightly smaller metro areas, like Houston, Washington, D.C., and Miami grew more slowly than before. In all, growth in the country’s major metropolitan areas fell by nearly half over the course of the past decade, Mr. Frey found.

    People do not want to live in diversity and the human pile. They want some land, clean air, nice neighbors who are like them, and a chance to have a normal life without working constantly for the sake of appearances because there are four hundred other people just waiting to take their job at a lower salary.

  • Police clash with residents in locked-down Paris suburbs

    There were also standoffs in nearby Aulnay-sous-Bois, where police claimed they were “ambushed” by residents in a district of dense, high-rise social housing of mainly immigrant occupants.

    Diversity “seemed” to work when there were no stresses. Now, a relatively minor and periodic event, a pandemic, has brought out the snarling beast in humanity. No wonder governments are feeling the need to be totalitarian. The problem is that they are cracking down on the normal people more than the actual miscreants.

  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announce they will not talk to four newspaper groups

    The couple, now based in Los Angeles, announced that they will adopt a “zero engagement” policy and will never again speak to publications including the Daily Mirror, The Sun, the Daily Mail or the Daily Express.

    Following the lead set by Donald Trump, people are backing away from publications that write nasty things about them. The holy role of journalism has been dethroned.

  • Riots and looting in Cape Town as Africa suffers 1,000 coronavirus deaths

    Looters raided shops, attacked each other, the army and police after breaching one of the strictest lockdowns in the world.

    We were hearing just a few days ago how South Africa was a beacon to us all in its handling of the coronavirus outbreak. Now we see that with just a little push, the modern system collapses, and diversity reveals that it never was anything but a deathtrap.

  • Indian hospitals refuse to admit Muslims as coronavirus causes Islamophobia surge

    Despite this, one hospital in the northern city of Meerut in Uttar Pradesh ran an advertisement saying it would not admit Muslims without a negative COVID-test. Hindus are not being asked to provide proof.
    Hospitals in the state of Telengana have also refused Muslims entry.

    Many Muslims are reporting an uptick in hostility across India and say they are being refused access to some pharmacies and grocery stores.

    Diversity working nowhere. It cannot; it is paradoxical. We just accepted it because globalism seemed like the best NWO to adopt, now that everything has been destroyed but permanent Leftist consumerism.

  • Beijing marks out claims in South China Sea by naming geographical features

    China has given names to 80 geographical features in the disputed South China Sea in the latest move to assert its territorial claims in the face of increasing opposition from Vietnam.

    Never use foreign names for any places that you want to control. Naming has great power. All those minds thinking in unison about the associations of the name convey leadership to the tribe that produced the names. America and New Zealand, we are looking at you.

  • Will The Pandemic Force Us to Learn How to Cook?

    One of the biggest barriers to cooking frequently is that it takes practice and time to gain proficiency and ease. That initial training time has simply not been available to most Americans, as the pace of life has intensified over the decades. Nor has there been a perceived need to cook because prepared and fast foods were readily available.

    The pandemic hit PAUSE on modern life, and people are seeing that they like it the other way, namely based around living instead of generating GDP so we can keep bribing the underclass not to eat us.

  • ‘Human beings have overrun the world’: David Attenborough calls for an end to waste in impassioned plea to address climate change

    In an impassioned plea, he urged viewers to stop waste and adopt an ambition of living more modestly.

    “Think this world is precious, think your time is precious, think the rest of the natural world is precious and all those things need cherishing – that’s the fundamental attitude,” he said.

    “The world is not a bowl of fruit from which we can just take what we wish. We are part of it, and if we destroy it, we destroy ourselves.”

    The parts of the Lord of the Rings trilogy between “but you’re part of this world, aren’t you?” and “a wizard should know better” perhaps present Tolkien in his clearest form, and then allow his solution — return of the kings — to rise into the void created by our doubt at what we are doing now in odious modernity. We need to learn to love life again, instead of worshiping the tools that in theory deliver good lives but now are ruling us.

  • Disney Plus’ butt cover-up hides a much bigger problem

    Disney has also instituted pre-roll messages that play before certain movies to inform viewers that scenes have been edited for specific reasons. The company removed the word “fuck” from movies like Adventures in Babysitting and Free Solo, took out racial slurs that appeared in older titles like The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin, and edited other material in movies like Empire of Dreams that Disney no longer found suitable.

    Humans always make this mistake. Instead of respecting the past, they project the present into it, leaving people with no idea why things happened except the simple narrative of mean talented people oppressed the intellectually clueless herd.

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