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  • US Navy launches live-fire missiles in ‘warning to China’

    America tries to delay war by launching warning to China that we still have the strength to oppose them. China looks at a sagging empire, ruined by democracy, alienated internally by diversity, its families ruined by feminism, with a bureaucratic regime that rewards the obedient and punishes the intelligent, and says, “not for long.”

  • China Banner celebrates COVID-19 pandemic in US and Japan

    With the blessing of the Communist government, a restaurant raises a banner “eagerly celebrating the pandemic in the United States and wishing the pandemic in little Japan to last for a long time,” prompting people to realize that globalism and diversity are frauds and that ethnic conflict is in fact intensifying under them, with only the host groups paralyzed from acting.

  • EU accession: The wait is finally over for Skopje and Tirana.

    Never let a crisis go to waste. The EU mimics democracy in that in addition to importing foreign voters, like the UN it wants to extend membership to as many poor nations as possible, so that the rich nations become captive to whatever agenda the EU wants to impose upon them. This follows the egalitarian paradigm: instead of hierarchy and social order, the crowd wants everyone to be included, at which point the hive mind votes to stop doing civilization things and to start giving more stuff to individuals, who just waste it, whether money, power, or social status. Civilization can only exist when it has a hierarchy that promotes the intelligent and morally good and has them oppress everyone else, since the average human thought is inanity and in groups this creates insanity.

  • Dems demanding new union bargaining powers, solar tax credits in new coronavirus aid package

    Republicans want to send money to businesses so that they do not fire their employees; Democrats want to give money to individuals, plus get a whole bunch of pork barrel projects funded, so that we transition to socialism. Republicans feel a need to hurry in order to save jobs; Democrats want to delay, so that we have more unemployed. At some point, one wonders whether it is worth saving a society which has half of its population fully insane enough to support the Democrats.

  • Germany sees spike in images of child sexual abuse

    Police are under-reporting serious crimes in order to avoid having people see that diversity has failed. This causes it to seem like crime is dropping, when in fact it is not, and shows certain crimes as rising when in fact they are simply being reported normally. The UK used a similar approach to avoid busting minorities so that it could focus instead on white people, allowing it to come up with gibberish headlines like those proclaiming that white supreeeemacist terrorism is a bigger threat than the obvious and consistent Islamic terror.

  • Man in China Tests Positive After Dying of Infection Spread by Rodents

    You may be hearing a lot about a hantavirus from hysterical people. These are rarely passed from person-to-person, but are usually acquired through contact with rodent urine, feces, or saliva. Nonetheless, certain elements out there would like the “the sky is falling” idea to continue spreading, because panicked herds make terrible decisions and those represent huge profit.

  • France eyes ‘shadow army’ of fruit pickers as coronavirus bites

    Globalism keeps unrolling as Eastern European labor cannot make it to France over closed borders, so the French have to pick their own fruits and vegetables. At some point, the French will realize that they are happier doing things for themselves, and that the office jobs that were much-coveted are in fact a death sentence to linger among the prolefest of the cities. As globalism declines, people will look more for secure callings than “good jobs.”

  • Man who killed armed robber in his Glasgow home is jailed

    Man catches armed robber in his home and stabs him seventeen times, causing a jury to decide that he went too far. In a sane world, however, we would not concern ourselves at all with what happens to those who are illegally in a location; they assumed the risk by going there, and whatever happens to them is not our concern. We are not trying to apply universal justice so that everyone is guaranteed protection from Sugar Daddy government; we are trying to filter out the bad and promote the good. People breaking into homes are generally not good, so whatever happens to them should not be our concern, even if it is seventeen stab wounds.

  • German police find human remains in raids against weapons dealers

    German police produce fake news by busting those selling vintage firearms and militaria, pretending that somehow “terrorism” has been stopped when really they are just beating up on history nerds. Watch these weapons go missing in custody because they are worth a great deal of money and will be resold on the open market. Authority is a property, and when you have authority, you are expected to monetize it. In the meantime, the press gets more Nazi-busting headlines and government seems to be in control, despite neither being true.

  • Mexican president vows to bail out the poor, not big companies, in coronavirus response

    You can see the breakdown in COHIVID-19 bailouts between Right and Left here: the Right wants to send money to the center of our economy, namely the employers, so that they do not fire their workers and instead keep paying them. The Left wants to give money directly to people so that they can pay their bills, at which point those people become permanently unemployed and government is forced to take over. Once you accept equality as a precept of your thought, full socialism becomes wholly logical, but it always fails because by rewarding people equally, you fail to reward the good and the bad take over.

  • Paris No-Go Zone Police Overwhelmed Attempting to Enforce Quarantine

    Leftists swear that no-go zones do not exist, but anyone familiar with Harlem in the 1970s or South Central L.A. in the 1980s knows that these have long been a facet of modern life. They are not no-go in the sense that you cannot drive through, but if you start enforcing the law, a large crowd arrives and throws bottles, chains, and pipes at you until you leave.

  • The ‘Niqab Squad’ Wants Women To Be Seen Differently

    Many also say it offers protection from prying eyes and harassment by men in a country where unwanted sexual advances are common.

    Morality, rules, ideals, aesthetics, behaviors, and desires differ greatly between places. There are no universal truths, values, or communications. We must accept that we as a species of individuals are more different than similar, and that the average and peak are far different.

  • Japan asked the international media to change how we write their names. No one listened

    For all of our bloviation about diversity and equality, our civilization seeks to impose its standards on the world. In fact, diversity might be seen as a way of forcing acceptance of what we do everywhere. At that point, we can use our deductive logic to hammer down all cultural and genetic differences, forcing everyone into conformity so that they are easy to order around. Ironically, that is an old Asiatic model of governance.

  • Germany: 8 men convicted of plotting far-right uprising

    How interesting. They wanted to “overthrow the democratic order in Germany.” What a good idea! Still, replacing it with dictatorship would just be the other side of the coin. Europeans, fight for your kings.

  • The Metropolitan Opera is streaming free performances every night again this week

    This week, it’s all about Wagner. By tuning in to at 7:30pm EST each night, you’ll be able to catch seven of the composer’s operas, including the full Ring cycle (starting on Tuesday, March 24). Each production stays viewable until 6:30pm the next day. You can find the full schedule below.

    The schedule for Wagner Week is:

    • Monday, March 23: Tristan und Isolde
    • Tuesday, March 24: Das Rheingold
    • Wednesday, March 25: Die Walküre
    • Thursday, March 26: Siegfried
    • Friday, March 27: Götterdämmerung
    • Saturday, March 28: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
    • Sunday, March 29: Tannhäuser
  • Mammal study explains ‘why females live longer’

    Males have to spend extra energy on size and showing off, which makes them prone to die back during times of environmental stress. This makes males both the stronger sex and the one that needs more space and possibly protection during trying times.

  • Germany: Carnival driver detained on suspicion of attempted murder

    This person injured sixty-one people, many of them children, with a car-based attack, and all we are told is that it was a “German man,” which means either ethnic German or someone living in Germany at the time. Somehow, we have heard nothing more about this. That tells us much of what we need to know in these times of media control.

  • High-dose Intravenous Vitamin C Treatment for COVID-19

    A previously experienced and comparably well-tolerated treatment regimen for high-dose intravenous vitamin C could be the administration of 50 mg/ per kilogram body weight every 6 hours for 4 days [16] with a glucose restriction. In addition, hydrocortisone 50 mg IV every 6 hours for 7 days should be added to fight against therapy-induced inflammation.

  • Gays and ethnic minorities ‘over‑represented’ on TV

    This should surprise no one, since television and media are run by Leftists with an agenda of suppressing non-Leftist ideas. However, voters increasingly are rebelling against media spin because during the Obama years Americans came to distrust Leftist-controlled media much as Soviet citizens distrusted Izvestia. Most likely, media has become an echo chamber centered around its most fanatical consumers, just like social media, and they have lost the mainstream who are simply tuning out of the propaganda. Leftists took control through a simple formula: get in the door, then refuse to hire anyone but Leftists, and we are now paying the price for their fanaticism.

  • Competition Commission to step in as South Africans complain about rising prices

    South Africa enters the diversity death cycle: tax the few remaining former majority members to pay for the new minority-majority underclass, then watch prices rise, so repeat the cycle until finally those who can flee and the rest deliberately impoverish themselves in order to dodge the taxman. We can see the same thing happening in Detroit, San Antonio, and Houston.

  • Smoking or Vaping May Increase the Risk of a Severe Coronavirus Infection

    In the next century, we are going to find that much of what was blamed on smoking was deflected blame from industrial pollution. I would not recommend vaping, or any form of smoking that involves inhaling, but what is more likely to hurt you is the “secondhand smoke” that surrounds you twenty-four hours a day, three-hundred-and-sixty-five days a year: exhaust from internal combustion engines and aerosols from industrial chemicals.

  • Free school dinners ‘led to fall in childhood obesity rates’

    Anything to argue for full socialism. The Left finds that healthy free school dinners turn out to make kids less obese — not thin, but less obese — than whatever random nutritionless garbage their parents could scrounge and throw into paper bags for them to haul off the school. No one focuses on the obvious, which is that these parents are packing bags with junk food and kids are snacking on it throughout the school day.

  • World’s smallest dinosaur found inside 99-million-year-old amber

    Scientists remain perplexed by this, but dinosaurs found (through evolution) that being light, agile, swift, and small beat out being giant, since they could have thousands of individuals active instead of a few big ones, and that raised their odds of survival. Humans will find the same thing: we are better a network of nations who collaborate on environmental cleanliness and trade, rather than grouped together into ostentatiously humanistic modern commercial empires which like advertising, present a slick vision and deliver something far less inspiring.

  • What it looks like from space when everything stops

    We may not like having our pointless economic activity shut down, but pollution recedes wherever the pandemic strikes, giving nature a quick breather from the relentless human activity. Perhaps we will learn from this and realize that staying around the home, taking joy in simple things, and living in silence and cleanliness beats having more gadgets and higher GDP.

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