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  • Asia reacts to Johnson & Johnson skin-whitening creams’ withdrawal: ‘pure racism … our rights are being infringed’

    Johnson & Johnson has decided to stop selling skin-whitening creams popular in Asia and the Middle East, after such products have come under renewed social pressure in recent weeks amid a global debate about racial inequality.

    Reactions to Johnson & Johnson’s decision on social media ranged from the incredulous to the supportive. “Pure racism and sexism towards Asian women. Our rights as [an] ethnic minority are being infringed [upon],” wrote a commenter based in Hong Kong.

    Anti-racism can be racist too, because in a pluralist society, everything will offend someone, because every action is symbolic. If you adopt a symbol from one culture, all others suffer, and so they are going to fight you on anything that you do. One law for both the wolf and the raven is tyranny.

  • Driver that hit protester tells police she ‘feared for her life’

    Three protesters can be seen gathering at the driver’s window, though it is not clear what was said. In an arrest citation, the woman said they reached into her car, scratched her window and assaulted her, pulling out a dreadlock. The video shows the driver back up her car as the altercation takes place.

    According to the arrest citation, the driver said she saw one person with a gun and drove forward, stating that “she was in fear for her life.”

    Louisville Metro police released footage captured on Real Crime Center cameras that shows the moment she drove off as several protesters run toward her car. The driver hits one person and continues down Liberty Street.

    Same thing they did to James Fields, but a slightly less spastic response.

  • Richmond police declare unlawful assembly as protesters try to tear down Confederate statue

    The Richmond Police Department announced the unlawful assembly declaration on Twitter, urging people to “leave the area.” The department later tweeted that an unlawful assembly was declared “due to protesters attempting to pull down the J.E.B. Stuart statue with rope, which could have caused serious injuries.”

    I see. Not defending our history, no, but they are concerned that one of the protestors might get vegetabled like the last guy who got wonked on the head by a statue.

  • Macy’s says attack on employee in Flint Township store was unprovoked

    The man who originally posted the video, who used the name FT Quay, has posted comments online that the assault on the man was triggered by of the man having used a racial slur.

    In the video, the Macy’s employee wearing a cloth mask is talking on a cell phone when he’s suddenly punched in the head by a man who uses racial slurs as he continues to hoover over and punch him.

    “I didn’t touch you … I’m sorry,” the man on the ground says before he’s punched a second and third time by the man.

    Diversity is such a dead man walking. Time to just end it. The employee was wearing a mask and probably said something which was misheard.

  • Neo-Nazi militant group grooms teenagers

    The recordings make clear that The Base sought to recruit soldiers from western militaries to draw on their training with tactics and firearms.

    Nazzaro, who the BBC investigation has been told used to work as an analyst for the FBI and as a contractor for the Pentagon, informed one British teenager that the idea of societal collapse was a “guiding philosophy”.

    A European teenager was told that such a collapse would be desirable, even at a local level, if it offered a “power vacuum that we can take advantage of”.

    The Left keeps trying to whip up panic about the people who are getting ready to keep civilization functioning after Leftism collapses as it always does. Somehow, this time, it does not seem to be inspiring herd terror.

  • Britain’s big race divide

    Black people are at least twice as likely as White people to say there is discrimination in British policing and media; three times as likely to think the country has done far too little to address historic racial injustice; and significantly more likely to believe that the country’s governing Conservative Party is institutionally racist.

    Hint: you can never do enough until you die and leave them everything that you have. Immigration is invasion and they come to conquer, mainly because their other option is to be conquered. The toxoplasma gondii style notion of equality has led yet another society to commit suicide by diversity.

  • Another shooting in Seattle protest zone leaves 1 wounded

    One person was wounded in what was the second shooting in Seattle’s protest zone in less than 48 hours, police said.

    The shooting happened late Sunday night in the area near Seattle’s downtown that is known as CHOP, for “Capitol Hill Occupied Protest,” police tweeted, adding that one person was at a hospital with a gunshot wound.

    Trump made the right choice to avoid intervention, and instead will let this situation go “full Lord of the Flies” so that the cameras can record every delicious moment of applied tolerance and applied equality, proving that some theory only works on paper (and only if you assume its begging-the-question fallacy precepts, namely that people are equal and good). I will not be happy until cannibalism and human sacrifice emerge from this temporary peace, love, art, compassion, empathy, and equality zone.

  • Saturated Fats and Health: A Reassessment and Proposal for Food-based Recommendations: JACC State-of -the-Art Review

    Although SFAs increase low-density lipoprotein (LDL)-cholesterol, in most individuals, this is not due to increasing levels of small, dense LDL particles, but rather larger LDL which are much less strongly related to CVD risk. It is also apparent that the health effects of foods cannot be predicted by their content in any nutrient group, without considering the overall macronutrient distribution. Whole-fat dairy, unprocessed meat, eggs and dark chocolate are SFA-rich foods with a complex matrix that are not associated with increased risk of CVD. The totality of available evidence does not support further limiting the intake of such foods.

    It turns out that modern society demonized fat just so it could sell us on modern miracle foods which are just coincidentally cheap to produce because they rely on carbohydrates, sugars, cheap vegetable fats, and salt instead of more expensive actual nutrition. This whole society is a Potemkin Village because on the power of the media, the herd, and their lackeys who are making careers for themselves in science, academia, and government. Our problem is not “capitalism” but careerism; people ended up as millionaires for selling us garbage, and we praised it as raising them from poverty! Democracy is a group of liars, legitimizing lying, and using it to sell each other pleasant illusions while stealing from each other.

  • Mock lynching of police officer wearing a pig mask found hanging over highway

    “The incident that occurred this morning depicting the mock lynching of a mannequin dressed in what appeared to be the uniform of a law enforcement officer is extremely disturbing,” Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams in a statement. “Both the tactics and props used were a deliberate attempt to exasperate an anti-police sentiment and drive a divide in our community.”

    “The hate displayed in [this incident] is not representative of our community. It is representative of someone with a small mind and whose only goal is to cause division. We are thankful for the support we have here in Jacksonville and we will not allow the actions of one person, or a few, to effect our commitment to serve.”

    The police side with the attitude of the snowflakes, even as they tut-tut about this particular snowflake tantrum. However, where were they when statues were being pulled down? They drove anyone sane out of the police and now, the Leftists rule the police forces.

  • Mongolia has few coronavirus cases – and some say it’s all thanks to Genghis Khan

    Many Mongolians attribute this low infection rate to several factors: clean air, and a steady diet of natural, free-range meat and milk.

    They also believe that generations of constant work, riding horses, herding sheep, as well as surviving dramatic temperature swings, from -60 to 45 degrees Celsius, have made them heartier and more resistant to disease.

    Enkh-Ouyn Byambadorj, a shaman, …says that Mongolians live and eat simply, with blue skies and fresh meat and milk, and do not experience the stress and consumerism faced by people from other countries.

    High Vitamin D from the meat and milk, plus having good respiratory health, may have a lot to do with it. This disease seems to mostly killed mixed-race people, who tend to have Vitamin D problems but not address them like white people do.

  • ‘Astonishing’ giant circle of pits found near Stonehenge

    The archaeologists said the precise and sophisticated way in which the pits were positioned suggests that the early inhabitants of Britain used a tally or counting system to track pacing across long distances.

    Our ancestors were intelligent and may have avoided technology for a reason, just like they avoided written religion and any system which bred too many low-skilled people. We see their tendency to drown proles in swamps as primitive, but maybe it was necessary and for that reason, far more “enlightened” and “compassionate” than our modern society. After all, everyone dies equally is not actually a good outcome.

  • Reading stabbing attack suspect Khairi Saadallah known to MI5

    In November last year, the UK’s official threat level from terrorism was reduced from “severe” to “substantial” – meaning it remained likely – but there was no intelligence of an immediate risk to life.

    Since then, there have already been three major incidents in which two people have died. Two of those attacks were carried out by lone individuals.

    Diversity means they come to conquer.

  • Former South African president De Klerk withdraws from U.S. rights talk

    De Klerk, who was the head of South Africa’s white minority government until 1994, was scheduled to speak on July 1 at an American Bar Association (ABA) virtual event on issues such as minority rights, racism and the rule of law.

    But his participation unleashed a barrage of criticism from South African opposition parties and activists who called on ABA to cancel De Klerk’s attendance given his role in the apartheid-era security apparatus.

    He is discovering what Neville Chamberlain and the lords of Kiev negotiating with Mongols learned: appeasement does not work. You either maintain the whip hand or it is used on you, as present-day South Africa shows us.

  • Noose Found in Garage of Bubba Wallace, NASCAR’s Only Black Driver

    Bubba Wallace asked NASCAR to ban Confederate flags from its venues. Then on June 10, NASCAR declared that all tracks would forbid the flag.

    Shakedown, fakedown, Smolletting the masses: Wallace is making his bid to take preeminence at NASCAR and become a media darling to advance his otherwise unexceptional career. Being a victim was a path to riches during the Obama era at least, and the Left wants those “good ol’ days” to return.

  • China will override Hong Kong legal system as details of new law revealed

    China has revealed its controversial plans for Hong Kong, including a special bureau to investigate crimes considered a threat to national security and judges appointed by the pro-Beijing government.

    Looks like the “it’s not a takeover” takeover was a takeover after all. Leftists never vary the gameplan because passive-aggressive extremism works. We are not taking over, they say. We are simply defending ourselves from you… by taking over so that you do not have any power.

  • Trump troop cut shows need for EU defense push, says Thierry Breton

    “If this announcement is followed by facts … cutting around one third of American troops who are stationed in Germany, that represents a continuity of facts, which obviously justifies that member states more and more take charge of their defense,” the French commissioner told POLITICO in an interview.

    Breton stressed that this should all be done “in continuity with our alliances … with the United States and NATO” — a point that is key for Eastern European countries wary of any plans that could even be seen as undermining the Atlantic alliance.

    After having existed in a stupor from the world wars, Europe finds itself re-awakening, which means that its pacifistic hugbox and generous social benefits are going away. This is the “4D chess” that people were talking about, since Trump set this in motion with relatively little fuss.

  • Salt Lake City mural of George Floyd defaced with black tar overnight, artist says

    The colorful mural is one of the most notable monuments in Salt Lake City to commemorate George Floyd, and the movement sparked in his death against police brutality.

    This is the second attack on the mural, one of the original artists of the mural told 2News.

    Turnabout is fair play. Blow up the MLK statues, paint over the Che Guevara murals, and vandalize anything with Obama on it. Do it. Do it now. Don’t get caught; the police serve the regime. This is our time to erase other cultures as they are trying to erase ours, and in the process, to show them that no one wins with diversity, equality, democracy, feminism, and Leftism.

  • 102 shot, 14 fatally, over Father’s Day weekend in Chicago

    Chicago saw its highest number of shootings victims in a single weekend this year with 102 people shot across the city from Friday evening to Monday morning, 14 of them fatally. Five of those killed were minors.

    Black Lives Matter only when another ethnic group (for now, whites) can be blamed for the problem.

  • Overconsumption and growth economy key drivers of environmental crises

    “The key conclusion from our review is that we cannot rely on technology alone to solve existential environmental problems—like climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution—but that we also have to change our affluent lifestyles and reduce overconsumption, in combination with structural change.”

    “The structural imperative for growth in competitive market economies leads to decision makers being locked into bolstering economic growth, and inhibiting necessary societal changes,” Prof Wiedmann says.

    That is not capitalism, by the way. We need growth because of our high tax structure. Eliminate entitlements, and we need a quarter the amount of money we are currently taking in. At that point, we are no longer trying to outrace inflation and deflation caused by the damage done by the constant tax toll, which as many historians note, was responsible for the first Great Depression.

  • 70% in Japan want telecommuting to continue after pandemic, survey finds

    Asked to describe good things about remote work, with multiple answers allowed, 68.2 percent said they have no stress from commuting and 50.6 percent said they can live in and work from places with cheaper housing costs.

    Being able to work even when caring for family members or others was mentioned by 47.7 percent, followed by less time spent on unproductive overtime by 42.4 percent, and better working environments for people with physical disabilities by 41.6 percent.

    Jobs are jails, but jobs are also basically drama to keep people occupied. Do the work from home, and it turns out that a lot less needs to be done, and we have more time to actually be alive. This might bring joy back to existence and reverse the demographic decline in first-world nations. The writers of the 1930s — Faulkner, Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Celine — called this one by pointing out that the West was dying of misery brought about by modern lifestyles. We hate being economic units designed to serve ideological needs; we do better when we live to live well, which can only be done with nationalism, traditionalism, aristocracy/feudalism, and culture-rule including strong faith and focus on family, not symbolic dogma.

  • World Bank: COVID-19 recession is expected to be twice as bad as the 2009 financial crisis

    The global economy has experienced 14 global recessions since 1870: in 1876, 1885, 1893, 1908, 1914, 1917-21, 1930-32, 1938, 1945-46, 1975, 1982, 1991, 2009, and 2020.

    It turns out panic is expensive. Note how all of these correspond to growth in government and diversity.

  • Top Canada university official quits after liking anti-Black Lives Matter tweets

    Korenberg resigned after The Ubyssey, UBC’s student newspaper, reported he had liked a series of tweets from U.S. conservative figures disparaging the Black Lives Matter campaign and Antifa, an umbrella term for primarily leftist anti-authoritarians.

    Go against the will of the coalition of victims — the poor, minorities, homosexuals, women, the disabled, the insane, criminals, unions, and insincere misguided children — and you must be destroyed for our perception of social unity to continue. Democracy always goes this way since it is egalitarian, and egalitarian systems always involve destroying the successful in order to subsidize the unsuccessful, since you can compel the successful but you cannot force the unsuccessful to get their act together.

  • Roosevelt Statue to Be Removed From Museum of Natural History

    “Over the last few weeks, our museum community has been profoundly moved by the ever-widening movement for racial justice that has emerged after the killing of George Floyd,” the museum’s president, Ellen V. Futter, said in an interview. “We have watched as the attention of the world and the country has increasingly turned to statues as powerful and hurtful symbols of systemic racism.”

    Remove all victories and people who rose above the herd so that the herd can feel comfortable in its angry, discontented, resentful, and fatalistic mediocrity. Maybe just deport the herd to Venezuela and promote the competent so we can have competence again?

  • Va. airport police officer allegedly seen armed on roof overlooking Robert E. Lee statue

    An airport police officer has been charged with trespassing after witnesses spotted him on a roof with a handgun overlooking the Robert E. Lee memorial in downtown Richmond.

    If you try to protect against the mob, you go to gulagjail.

  • Controversial Lenin statue unveiled in Germany’s Gelsenkirchen

    Over 30 years after the end of communism in the Eastern Bloc, the western German city of Gelsenkirchen on Saturday unveiled a new monument to the controversial Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin.

    On the other hand, monuments to Communist murderers are fine. The Left is doing a victory lap, having gotten away with admitting that it is Communist-aligned and intends to destroy civilization and replace it with a Leftist Utopia while the middle class bourgeois mice cower in their homes, afraid to offend anyone from the herd, and therefore becoming violent, self-destructive, and anti-natal in their fury and frustration at how insane and unfair life has become in the West.

  • US-China US$200 billion trade deal leaves European suppliers feeling left out

    For European firms, who had made some inroads into Chinese markets during the trade war – as Beijing sought alternatives to its usual US suppliers – the phase one deal, as the January agreement is known, came as a body blow.

    “China’s focus on imports from the US will negatively affect other suppliers,” he said.

    “The phase one deal has meant far less space for European firms to get access to the Chinese market,” said an EU diplomat, who asked not to be named.

    With a single blow, Trump has choked out the EU experiment. The additional pressure to raise military spending will destroy the entitlements state and the EU, forcing Europe to move away from Leftism. 4D chess, beeyotches.

  • Family of woman who portrayed Aunt Jemima opposes move to change brand

    “A lot of people want it removed. We want the world to know that our cousin Lillian was one of the Aunt Jemima’s and she made an honest living. We would ask that you reconsider just wiping all that away. There wasn’t a lot of jobs, especially for black women back in that time. She was discovered by Quaker Oats to be their brand person,” Harris said.

    Lillian Richard became a goodwill ambassador for Quaker Oats, and for decades, portrayed Aunt Jemima all over Texas.

    “She made an honest living out of it for a number of years. She toured around Texas,” Harris said.

    It turns out that Aunt Jemima was not “racism” after all, but deliberate “anti-racism” by the notoriously pro-diversity Quakers. Now what? No answers will come from mute democracy, which has only an impulse to destroy, not the kind of generous optimism that motivated the original Quakers, but failed once their emotional ideas did not work in the real world. Egalitarian theory is feels, not reals, which is why it fails to successfully transition from paper to Utopia, and makes dystopias out of the collapse of delusional policies instead. How many guillotines and Berlin Walls do we need to learn this?

  • Doing my US tax return has made me re-evaluate my pre-lockdown life

    What on earth was I doing? I seemed constantly to be having haircuts and making 13 separate purchases from the same vending machine. So many cabs. Where was I going? And why, every time I went there, did I feel obliged to buy at the very minimum two $4 (£3.20) pastries and three coffees?

    The bar bills. The tally for the pizza place next to my kids’ after-school club, where we seemed to have dinner fully three nights a week. (Why on earth did I let them have the organic bullshit lemonade, a staggering $5 a bottle?). I can trace our movements around the city almost down to the minute via receipts from our near-constant need to consume.

    It looks like modernity may be a death trap. Modern lifestyles, instead of a way to make existence better, are just like Communism an attempt to extract wealth from everyone in order to subsidize those for whom we have no other use ordinarily. Consumerism is the flip side of Marxism-Leninism, and fails correspondingly, along with other egalitarian notions like democracy, equality, tolerance, pacifism, feminism, homosexualism, universalism, individualism, diversity, and “love.” Every schizophrenic thinks he is Jesus Christ, just like most American liberals, and both groups have misinterpreted that message on a one hundred and eighty degree tangent.

  • Mystery of giant cross found in far north of Pakistan

    “As we know, the cross with four equal arms (like the swastika) is a symbol of life and order.”


  • The Nova Scotia shooter case has hallmarks of an undercover operation

    According to a source close to the police investigation the money came from CIBC Intria, a subsidiary of the chartered bank that handles currency transactions.

    Sources in both banking and the RCMP say the transaction is consistent with how the RCMP funnels money to its confidential informants and agents, and is not an option available to private banking customers.

    Canada provides the best conspiracy theory in town. Perhaps government wanted gun control badly enough to trigger a mentally unstable informant into totalling up the dead.


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