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Reminder: we were attacked on this day many years ago. We are still under attack.

At 7:55 a.m. Hawaii time, a Japanese dive bomber bearing the red symbol of the Rising Sun of Japan on its wings appears out of the clouds above the island of Oahu. A swarm of 360 Japanese warplanes followed, descending on the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor in a ferocious assault. The surprise attack struck a critical blow against the U.S. Pacific fleet and drew the United States irrevocably into World War II.

Note that democracy was multibungling back then too:

With diplomatic negotiations with Japan breaking down, President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his advisers knew that an imminent Japanese attack was probable, but nothing had been done to increase security at the important naval base at Pearl Harbor.


  • Melania Trump announces completion of White House tennis pavilion

    The news of the pavilion comes just months after Melania Trump announced a project to return the Rose Garden to its 1962 Kennedy-era layout was completed.

    The Rose Garden was designed as an American emulation and answer to the glorious gardens at British royal residences. Melania is signaling hard WASP here. The Trumps, once they are done solving the bureaucratic and Chinese takeover of America, should be novelists, because they understand subconscious imagery better than any other leader in American history. FDR and his fireside chats, Carter and his sweaters, and Reagan with his cowboy hats take second place to Trump charging at possible assassins, trolling big media over Twitter, and making the White House into an ideal WASP summer retreat.

  • U.S. Coast Guard warns Hawaii boaters about ‘hundreds’ of overboard shipping containers

    The Ocean Network Express (ONE), a global shipping company, estimates the Japanese-flagged vessel One Apus, lost more than 1,900 containers when the ship encountered gale-force winds and large swells approximately 1,840 miles northwest of Hawaii Monday.

    The vessel was enroute from Yantian, China to Long Beach, Calif. when sections of its load fell overboard.

    Approximately 40 of the 1,900 or so containers are believed to be dangerous goods containers.

    The Trump vision — defeating the “we are all one” notions of globalism and immigration — has an intense practical underpinning in addition to the commonsense need to escape a failed system which has made us the servants of a tyrannical bureaucracy, as always happens once government finds it can steal from some to give to others. If America became 100% self-sufficient, we would need zero of these big ocean ships dumping tons of waste into our oceans, where it breaks down and becomes toxic over time. If America made everything it needed and then some surplus, we could easily sell this to other parts of the New World via trains.

  • The Bias Fallacy

    The United States is being torn apart by an idea: that racism defines America.

    But the expectation of proportional representation in every profession is groundless, thanks to the academic skills gap. The unequal distribution of skills, not bias, explains the lack of racial proportionality in employment.

    On the math SAT, the average score of blacks in 2015 was 428 (on an 800-point scale); for whites, it was 534, and for Asians it was 598—a difference of nearly a standard deviation between blacks and whites, and well over a standard deviation between blacks and Asians. The tails of the distribution were even more imbalanced, according to the Brookings Institution. Blacks made up 2 percent of all test takers with a math SAT between 750 and 800. Sixty percent of those high scorers were Asian, and 33 percent were white.

    This tells part of the story. The bigger story is that culture is determined by genetics. Diversity does not work; it can only destroy us. We can look into the achievement gap, but the real gap is a lack of ethnic self-determination. Each group needs to live only among itself, and to have its own heroes and national mythos, because every group needs to think that it is the best. This is healthy and normal. Diversity interrupts this and makes us enemies, whether low-scorers like Black or high-scorers like Asians and Jews.

  • Roald Dahl’s family apologises for his antisemitism

    In an interview with the New Statesman in 1983, he said: “There is a trait in the Jewish character that does provoke animosity, maybe it’s a kind of lack of generosity towards non-Jews. I mean, there’s always a reason why anti-anything crops up anywhere.”

    He added: “Even a stinker like Hitler didn’t just pick on them for no reason.”

    Dahl later acknowledged his antisemitism in an article in the Independent in 1990. He said: “I’m certainly anti-Israeli, and I’ve become antisemitic in as much as that you get a Jewish person in another country like England strongly supporting Zionism. I think they should see both sides.

    “It’s the same old thing: we all know about Jews and the rest of it. There aren’t any non-Jewish publishers anywhere, they control the media – jolly clever thing to do – that’s why the president of the United States has to sell all this stuff to Israel.”

    Maybe just point out the obvious: diversity does not work. When you have more than one group in a nation, they compete for power, and the long mercantile heritage of the Jews makes them excellent competitors.

  • Nepal nationwide protests to call for restoration of monarchy

    Nepal’s right-wing Rastriya Prajatantra Party, royalist groups and pro-monarchy citizens are set to ratchet up demonstrations calling for the restoration of the monarchy and a Hindu state.

    Here we see the future: escape democracy, bureaucracy, socialism, and internationalism (diversity/globalism) by creating organic cultures based around monarchy, social hierarchy, and culture, things that government — especially anti-poverty, pro-equality democracies — erase because they fear the competition.

  • Apple, like Coca-Cola and Nike, is lobbying on China forced-labor bill in Congress

    Apple, Nike and Coca-Cola are among the companies lobbying Congress for changes in a bill that would ban goods made with forced labor in China’s Xinjiang region, which is home to the Uighur ethnic minority reportedly being persecuted by the Chinese government.

    Well-intentioned, humanistic legislation has the greatest chance of being abusive, and this bill is no different. Large companies in the USA cannot regulate their labor in China without establishing themselves in China, which forces them to abide by Chinese law, including the national defense bill which requires them to report any data that the state requests. In the bigger picture, however, this shows us that consumerism was a giant bubble that ran its arc. In the beginning, these new products were cheaper than making things at home, as people did before that; over time, the products have become less expensive and the margins of profit have shrunk, making the business only functional when it finds very inexpensive labor and exploits it. The poor in the USA benefit from these products, but us buying labor overseas forces other nations into our economic model, setting the groundwork for a big collapse when our world economy runs out of (relatively) wealthy consumers.

  • Majority of Arab-Israelis support forming an Arab-Jewish party

    Almost three-fourths (73.9%) of Arab-Israelis are in favor of the results of the US presidential election, with a quarter feeling that the involvement of the US in the Middle East will now likely reinforce stability in the region.

    Israel re-invents the Democrats. Leftism, as it turns out, comes for the Jews just like it seeks to destroy every other group, which makes it clear that the idea of Jews running the world is a lie. Time reveals to us that Leftists are merely those who embrace the decline, namely a loss of knowledge of why tradition is at it is, and consequently, a desire to liberalize and set the self free to anarchy from the constraints of what has worked in the past but been forgotten.

  • Coca-Cola, Pepsi and Nestlé named top plastic polluters for third year in a row

    Coca-Cola branding was found on 13,834 pieces of plastic, with PepsiCo branding on 5,155 and Nestlé branding on 8,633.

    This year they collected 346,494 pieces of plastic waste, 63% of which was marked clearly with a consumer brand.

    This means that over 300k pieces had another brand. While we might want to blame Coca-Cola, and they may share the blame, the real problem seems to be that many humans are thoughtless enough to fail to dispose of their garbage permanently. Do we think people will mass wake up, whether for race war or ending pollution? Heck, no, which is why products of this nature probably simply need to disappear.

  • China suggests Australian beef exports may have first introduced coronavirus

    China has long suggested COVID originated in Europe or the United States months before cases were reported in China.

    Nice scapegoat attempt, but we have contrary data:

    The coronavirus may not have originated at a Wuhan wet market last year but 1,000 miles away in 2012 — deep in a Chinese mineshaft where workers came down with a mysterious, pneumonia-like illness after being exposed to bats.

    Virologist Jonathan Latham and molecular biologist Allison Wilson, both of the non-profit Bioscience Resource Project in Ithaca, arrived at their finding after translating a 66-page master’s thesis from the Chinese medical doctor who treated the miners and sent their tissue samples to the Wuhan Institute of Virology for testing.

    Not to mention that most of the world avoids contact with bats and does not eat them. I suppose we could ask whether the Kung Pao Chicken is really chicken, or simply anything which flies, walks, or crawls like a chicken.

  • Venezuela’s Guaido vows to challenge Maduro’s congress win

    Sunday’s predictable triumph gives Maduro’s ruling Socialist Party control of an expanded 227-seat National Assembly, the only official body held by the opposition.

    The win gives Maduro control of the last chief branch of government outside his grasp.

    Democracy fades away in a frenzy of election thefts. It turns out that if you fear giving power to the kings, and instead give it to the bureaucrats, those people then turn into tyrants.

    It also makes us wonder how far back the rot goes:

    In the sensational tapes recorded by the First Lady months after the President’s death on November 22, 1963, Kennedy revealed her belief that Johnson and a cabal of Texas tycoons orchestrated the murder of her husband by gunman Lee Harvey Oswald.

    Jackie Kennedy, who later became Jackie Onassis, claimed that the Dallas murder was part of a larger conspiracy to allow Johnson to become American President in his own right.

    This shows us a tale as old as time: a group scapegoats its leaders, so overthrows them, then appoints a series of eggheads to replace the chad wizards who originally ran the society. These eggheads fall to fighting among themselves, and the most vicious wins, holding power through a shadow government for decades until someone comes along to revolt against the revolution and overthrow the usurpers.

  • Next year looks like it will be ‘catastrophic,’ U.N. warns

    He explained to the crowd, which had convened for a special meeting on COVID-19, that 2021 is likely to be “the worst humanitarian crisis year since the beginning of the United Nations” 75 years ago. Beasley added that “we’re not going to be able to fund everything… so we have to prioritize, as I say, the icebergs in front of the Titanic.”

    Create an interdependent world economy instead of localized economies which can fail gracefully without taking down the world, then suspend that world economy for a panic, and simultaneously devalue the biggest player by stealing an election and yes, you are looking at a world economic bomb. Add to that the huge amounts of public and private debt, the spread of incompetence at every level thanks to affirmative action and credentialism, and the instability of a system partially penetrated by China, and you are looking at utter carnage. If America confirms Trump as president, this will be cut down substantially, but if under Biden, you might want to start stockpiling beans, rice, and ammo.

  • Vegans, vegetarians and pescetarians may be at higher risk of bone fractures

    “We found that vegans had a higher risk of total fractures which resulted in close to 20 more cases per 1000 people over a 10-year period compared to people who ate meat. The biggest differences were for hip fractures, where the risk in vegans was 2.3 times higher than in people who ate meat, equivalent to 15 more cases per 1000 people over 10 years.”

    Another trend turns out to have a downside. In other knews: if attacked by antifa, aim for the hips.

  • Hyperinsulinaemia in cancer

    Elevated circulating insulin is believed to be a major factor linking obesity, diabetes and cancer. With the development of targeted cancer therapies, insulin signalling has emerged as a mechanism of therapeutic resistance.

    If you want to avoid cancer, stay away from diesel exhaust and sugar.

  • How Iceland hammered COVID with science

    “We decided from the beginning we would use isolation, quarantine and contact tracing,” says Þórólfur Guðnason, chief epidemiologist at the Directorate of Health.

    Having small homogeneous populations works, since you can induce people to isolate, quarantine the infected, and trace contacts. This does not work so much in America, where every third citizen is an illegal alien, false-named dropouts, or sleeper agent.

  • Christian Picciolini: The neo-Nazi who became an anti-Nazi

    “I was afraid to tell him because my last name, Picciolini, was kind of a point of contention growing up. It was something I was bullied for.”

    Instead of making fun of his Italian surname, the man told him that it was something to be very proud of, but that if he wasn’t careful, somebody would take that sense of Italian and European pride away from him.

    He touched a raw nerve. Picciolini’s parents were immigrants who had moved from Italy in the 1960s, and he felt more Italian than American.

    Nationalism is ethnic; “civic nationalism” and racial nationalism are forgeries. Mixed-ethnic single-race nations fail more slowly but just as surely as mixed-race ones do.

  • Why the Gerhard Sabathil spy probe fell apart

    They accused him of taking €70,000 in payment in exchange for his work, which they claimed included recruiting at least two other agents. As evidence, they cited a telephone conversation they had recorded between him and his estranged Czech wife in which he said he “also worked for others.”

    Sabathil explained that the suspect money transfer was from Shen’s mother, who happened to be visiting Berlin at the time of the raids, for her granddaughter. They planned to invest the money in real estate. He said the comment to his Czech wife had been taken out of context during an argument over money.

    China has taught its operatives how to use spycraft to conceal their deeds, and unlike normal people, they conceal and obscure everything, which makes it impossible to nail them on anything. This is why the Clintons and Obamas of the world have been skating for the past few decades.

  • Homophobic confrontation ignites strong feelings in Wyoming

    Both Colin and Shannon, residents of the subdivision four years now, quickly came to realize that the conversation was never about a garage, and was never intended to be.

    It was about Colin, who dresses masculine but, in her own words, could be seen as either male or female. She goes by “Colleen” as often as she does “Colin.”

    “One of the women said to us, ‘Your kind is not welcome here. You are not welcome in Cody Country and you need to leave,’” Shannon recalled in an interview shortly after the October incident. “She told Colin, ‘You pretend to be a man, and you need to leave.’”

    People do not want the behavioral diseases of the cities in their communities. It is time to allow states, counties, and cities to limit who can move there. Texas will probably be the battleground, wanting to keep out Mexicans, New Yorkers, and most of all, Californians.

  • Meet the Chinese ‘brokers’ laundering Mexican drug money

    Early next year, a Chinese businessman named Gan Xianbing will be sentenced in a Chicago courtroom for laundering just over $530,000 in Mexican cartel drug money.

    China’s preferred method of laundering this money: drop it off at the DNC, then have them vote for some new programs that hire Chinese agents and buy Chinese services as kickbacks.

  • U.S. ends exchange programs with China, calling them ‘propaganda’

    It said that the programs had been set up under the auspices of the Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act – a 1961 law signed by President John F. Kennedy and aimed at boosting academic and cultural exchanges with foreign countries.

    China has permanently damaged its relationship with the USA, even more than the Vietnam Conflict and Korean War did, by trying to steal this election. Look for total economic decoupling in the future, followed by the collapse of the EU — which depends on Chinese investment — and China itself, resulting in a third world war.

  • Arlington Memorial Bridge fully reopens after 2 years

    When the project began in fall 2018, engineers estimated that the bridge would need to close by 2021 if no renovations occurred. Now, the bridge has added 75 years to its life span, according to Bernhardt.

    “Build back better” means “destroy everything now and replace it with globalist socialism.” This bridge shows us a better way, which is “reuse, restore, renew.” Let us take the good of the past and make it live on, while removing globalist socialism from among us.

  • Narcolepsy fiasco spurs Covid vaccine fears in Sweden

    Chebbi and hundreds of others, primarily children and young adults under 30, were later diagnosed with narcolepsy as a side effect of the vaccine.

    A link was eventually established to an adjuvant, or booster, in the Pandemrix vaccine which was intended to strengthen the immune response.

    My rule on new products consists of this advice: go to sleep for eighteen months. That is, sleep until the deficiencies of the product have revealed themselves and can be corrected. For this vaccine, we probably need at least ten times that duration, since effects often emerge later in life. There is no magic bullet for COVID-19; we will have to protect the vulnerable (minorities, obese, sick, weak, elderly) and get on with life for the rest. We know Type O blood Euripids have low risk unless they have some serious underlying condition.

  • Astronomers unveil most detailed 3D map yet of Milky Way

    The map contains enough detail for astronomers to measure the acceleration of the solar system and calculate the mass of the galaxy. These in turn will provide clues as to how the solar system formed and the rate at which the universe has expanded since the dawn of time.

    Denialist: That’s amazing! Look how far advanced we are!
    Realist: We’re just at this stage? Look how insane and incompetent we are!

  • Trump raises $200m for post-election legal battles

    President Donald Trump’s campaign and the Republican National Committee say they have raised $207.5m (£154m) since the US election last month.

    Since October – including the weeks running up to the vote – Trump committees have raised a total of nearly half a billion dollars.

    This shows us how concerned people are about this election and the potential consequences of handing our nation over to China.

  • China Celebrates Surpassing US in Trade with EU for the First Time

    The statistics, shared with Newsweek by the EU’s official European Statistical Office, showed that the volume of Chinese-EU trade from January through September of this year to be 425.5 billion euros, or roughly $516.8 billion, overtaking the U.S. and EU’s 412.5 billion euros, or about $501 billion, from those same first three quarters of 2020.

    China performed a clever fakeout, pretending that this virus was catastrophic and then simply halting the collection of most statistical data. As a result, the rest of the world panicked over what for healthy people is just a weird flu, and shut down its economy, letting China get ahead. They probably think that this is clever, but it has enraged the world against them and created a thirst for revenge.

  • The number of times a person gives birth may affect how quickly they age: study

    Researchers from Pennsylvania State University in the U.S. found that people who have given birth three or four times appeared to be biologically aging more slowly than those who have given birth fewer than three times or more than four times.

    This correlation analysis misses the point: the healthiest people age more slowly, and these are the ones having four-kid families, while poor people — who tend to be genetically weaker, with more deleterious mutations, and therefore metabolically less healthy — have even more kids. The fewer birth people are probably less able to conceive.

  • Indian police make 1st arrest, break up Muslim-Hindu wedding under controversial new “love jihad law”

    The law is ostensibly aimed at protecting people against “forced” or “fraudulent” religious conversion. A section of the legislation says no person shall convert or attempt to convert any other person from one religion to another by “use or practice of misrepresentation, force, undue influence, coercion, allurement or by any fraudulent means or by marriage nor shall any person abet, convince or conspire such conversion.”

    In the West, we do not need new laws, but to remove existing laws that discourage the preservation of culture. With culture, people naturally shy away from outbreeding. In India, Muslims tend to have partial Arab heritage, which is why religion serves as a proxy for genetics.

  • Actress Letitia Wright criticised for sharing vaccine doubter’s video

    Wright stood by her comments after the backlash, adding: “If you don’t conform to popular opinions, but ask questions and think for yourself… you get cancelled.”

    The backlash against cancel culture accelerates.

  • Agents raid home of fired Florida data scientist who built COVID-19 dashboard

    Jones said the agents knocked on her door around 8:30 a.m. that morning, took all her “hardware and tech” after showing her a warrant based on a complaint filed by the Florida Department of Health.

    In the “free” West, we are now arresting people for opposing the COVID-19 narrative.

  • ‘Monster Hunter’ pulled from cinemas in China after ‘racist’ scene backlash

    The controversial scene has been circulated online. It features Chinese-American actor Jin Au-Yeung — better known as MC Jin — as a soldier talking to a comrade as they drive across a desert. Jin points to his legs and says, “What kind of knees are these? Chinese.”

    In a mostly-homogeneous culture like China, noticing differences is seen as negative; in the US, where diversity has wrecked everything, taking pride in your culture is seen as positive.

  • Pangolin smuggling: The next coronavirus time bomb?

    “People eat the meat as a delicacy,” he said. “But their scales can also be ground up into so-called ‘medicines’ that don’t actually work.”

    Democracy inverts the Asimov Rule: “your logic is not as good as my ignorance” becomes “my ignorance is more important than logic, because I am willing to pay for this stuff.” A failure of capitalism? Hardly. It is merely an economic system. A cultural and political failure? No doubt: we have people with money who should not have it, and should be kept localized so they can avoid inflicting their self-centeredness on the world. This applies not just to Chinese buying pangolin scales, but to American Instagram influencers and European missionaries.


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