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     Beach boy “Joe Biden” will be well-rested when the plan for his impeachment rolls out after Labor Day. Just because you’re not hearing any news about it now, with the county fairs on all over the USA, and the pols busy scarfing corn-dogs and kissing heifers, doesn’t mean that the key players aren’t confabbing among themselves. Hey, have you noticed, you’re hardly hearing about anything else these dwindling days of summer, either? Got any idea what’s up with that war in Ukraine? Of course you don’t.

    A preview for you then: Rep James Comer’s House Oversight Committee has already assembled a bundle of evidence tracking the exact ways and means of how the Biden family’s global bribery operation worked. That includes the bank records, the emails and deal memos, the chronology of meetings, the FBI documents, the phone recordings, the photos of “JB” schmoozing with Hunter’s “clients,” and the famous video of “Joe Biden” bragging onstage at the Council on Foreign Relations about how he strong-armed Ukraine President Poroshenko into firing General Prosecutor Viktor Shokin.

   Next, Speaker McCarthy has to form an actual impeachment inquiry committee. (If he tries to demur, there could be a new Speaker of the House in short order.) That committee will entertain witnesses, including figures in Justice Department who have been reluctant to discuss these matters previously. This might entail a Part B of the inquiry: the blatant obstructions of justice by DOJ officials in the long-running case on various charges against Hunter Biden, as supervised by federal attorney in Delaware, now Special Counsel, David Weiss. Mr. Weiss dawdled so strenuously for five years that he let the statute of limitations run out on the major tax evasion charges, while he ignored all the allegations of Hunter’s FARA violations in seeking money from officials of many foreign governments.

     There’s reason to believe that botching that case was well-coordinated with help from the Biden family DOJ “mole,” one Alexander S. Mackler, who had served as Senator Joe Biden’s press secretary in 2007-08, was campaign manager in 2010 for the Senator’s son, Beau Biden (deceased 2015), when he ran for Delaware Attorney General, and from 2014-16 was Deputy Counsel to Veep Joe Biden. Mr. Mackler was later inserted into the Delaware US attorney’s office as a prosecutor under David Weiss, from August 2016 to May 2019, while Hunter B’s case was under investigation. Did he function as the Bidens’ consigliere? Mr. Mackler was logged-in as a White House visitor five times after “Joe Biden” came to occupy it in 2021. Mr. Mackler is alleged to be currently serving as Chief Deputy Attorney General of Delaware (since 2019), but his name has been scrubbed by the agency’s website. See for yourself: https://attorneygeneral.delaware.gov

      Perhaps all this will be reserved for the separate impeachments of Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI Director Wray. Bribery, racketeering, and treason may be enough for a presidential impeachment. Would the gravity of an impeachment proceeding override witnesses’ refusal to testify on the grounds of “an ongoing investigation?” How could it not, if those investigations are themselves a subject of the inquiry? Would the mainstream news media ignore the spectacle to suppress it? They can try, and then maybe we’ll get a test of how irrelevant they’ve become. The House will surely televise the proceedings. There are too many other alt.channels that will broadcast impeachment hearings, probably led by X (formerly Twitter).

    All of which raises the question: will “Joe Biden” really endure this ordeal? Or will the next thirty days be his window for exiting the scene? He is, after all, a mere prop in a show directed by others. Those others would include Barack Obama, who could easily be dragged into an inquiry about the Biden family’s criminal adventures in global money-grubbbing when Joe was Veep. How is it possible that President Obama didn’t know what the Bidens were up to? (The Intel Community can’t be that incompetent.) You see how ugly this thing could get?

    So far, the cabal running the “Joe Biden” show has avoided nuclear war as a distraction from what is hands-down the worst scandal in American history, way worse than Watergate. The four absurd Trump prosecutions are all ginned-up now, but may have peaked for distraction power — months of dull procedural wrangling lie ahead. An awful lot of rumors are pinging around lately about a new Covid-19 operation to be sprung on the public any day, with the usual kit of masks, lockdowns, and mandatory vaccinations. Do you really think Americans will comply with another round of this malicious nonsense? Fuggeddabowdit.

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1,201 Responses to “All Aboard the Impeachment Express”

  1. NickelthroweR August 28, 2023 at 9:30 am #


    I do not expect anything from the Republicans other than a sternly worded letter. Sad but true.

    • canuk August 28, 2023 at 10:05 am #

      Yes its Kabuki theatre.

      A kid stealing an ice cream in Mississippi has a better chance of going to jail than a US politician being treasonous and defrauds the taxpayer of billions of dollars.

      • Ron Anselmo August 28, 2023 at 10:10 am #

        Yes, but if the kid stole the ice cream from Dumbass Biden during a photo-op, he’d be a national hero.

        • canuk August 28, 2023 at 1:21 pm #


    • MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 10:40 am #


      Is the deep state really gonna let a handful of people bring them down and expose their operations?

      I don’t think that’s bloody likely.

      Comer better have some good bodyguards. Ones that are not easily bribed or coerced.

      • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 11:38 am #

        No, the deep state will be brought down by 100-lb hailstones, the fresh water turning to blood, a third of all grasses being burnt up, a good part of arable farmland being inundated by the resulting tsunami from Apophis’ crash into the Pacific in April 2029, three days of darkness, demon locusts that have the power to hurt men (but not kill them) for 5 months (why 5 months)? Because they’re the disembodied spirits of the giants who died in the flood, and it took the strongest and biggest 5 months to die. So that’s their revenge. All that and more!

        • elysianfield August 28, 2023 at 11:46 am #


          Who put the “schat” in eschatology?

          Just remember that the Old Testament God was a real kidder. When the Hebrews complained of their food while in the wilderness, he sent them…bug guano to eat.

          Eat ze Bugs!

          • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 11:55 am #

            No, he sent them manna, but they got sick of that and complained (they always complained!) about it, so God sent them quail, which they promptly gorged on and got sick.

          • elysianfield August 28, 2023 at 11:58 am #

            Yes…and manna was/is the droppings from a particular wood louse that infest tamarack trees. God was just tired of their damned kvetching….

          • Anthea August 29, 2023 at 2:18 am #

            @ elysianfield:

            It is the tamarisk that you are referring to, not the tamarack. The tamarack is a boreal deciduous conifer, also known as the larch. It grows in very cold northerly climates. They are common in the northern US and Canada.

          • elysianfield August 29, 2023 at 11:32 am #

            You say risk, I say rack…let’s call the whole thing off….

            Thank you for the correction…

        • ThorsHammer August 30, 2023 at 5:48 pm #


          The Reality Train is charging down the track. With each rotation of its wheels it accelerates toward the Grand Canyon where there never was a bridge in the first place. Yesterday the USA, using its NATO front and one of the Baltic state minnows, directly attacked an airbase deep inside Russia. There are no more way stations on the Escalation Line. The next one is the use of a tactical nuclear weapon in the insane belief that Russia will shrug it off and surrender.

          The world is at greater danger of an all out nuclear war than it has ever been since Homo Destructivus crawled out from under a rock on the seashore.The danger comes from the fact that the dying Empire is ruled by a degenerate cabal that is clinically insane. Call it the One Indispensable Nation, the European Union, The Deep State, or The Sons of Stephan Bandera, the depth of its insanity is such that it ratchets up its level of provocation with each opportunity.

          The US/NATO has lost its war in the Ukraine to Russia. Our only hope is that the USA will employ it’s vast propaganda resources in the Orwellian project of convincing its domesticated subjects that Defeat is Victory and adopt the Afghanistan solution to turn tail and run. Russia has no need to conquer the dying Empire with the force of arms. Fentanyl, spike protein miscarriages, fake food, and living in a filthy tent on the sidewalk will do it for them.

    • dilbert113 August 28, 2023 at 11:08 am #

      Exactly. Republicans are part of the same swamp. They have no interest in changing things. They will try to use this talk of impeachment to fundraise, though as the Republican Party fades away I don’t think they are raising much $.

      • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 11:21 am #

        They can’t even put up a viable candidate for the presidency. Trump is out because even if by some miracle he wins the election, they’ll never let him have a successful term, it’ll be a repeat of the first time only on steroids. Or they’ll assassinate him. I think DeSantis comes across as too authoritarian for most middle-of-the-road, go-along-to-get-along Americans, who don’t necessarily disagree with much of what he stands for, but don’t want it publicly known in case they have to switch in the middle of the river, so to speak. So who does that leave?

        • shotho August 28, 2023 at 1:08 pm #


          • ThorsHammer August 29, 2023 at 10:07 pm #

            I’m really impressed with Vivek Ramaswamy. He is brilliant, able to speak at length on any topic without pause at a length not achieved by any politician since Fidel Castro. It is almost as if he had run every concern of the American public through a Cray computer running the latest AI program and had it print out his electoral platform.

            And then one begins to investigate how he became wealthy enough to run for the presidency. He bought a company that held the patent on a cure for Alzheimer’s disease. Got a very good deal on it because it had failed every test and never brought a product to market. As part of his purchase he also got the test results that were the basis for it’s denial. With a bit of creative re-writing (reportedly done by his mother!) he “developed” a new product and started the well-know Wall Street practice of pumping the stock. He sold almost all of his shares the day before the news caught up with it and the stock’s value crashed in the direction of zero. But not before he became a multi-billionaire.

            This story really needs an investigative reporter of the quality of Whitney Webb to sink her teeth into it and turn it from story into documented history!

            What it looks like at this point is that Ramaswarmy looked around after pulling off his pump and dump scam, and said “If rich investors are so easily fooled, why not pull the same game on the entire American public”? Sell them the Truth and give them the Shaft!

        • FGB3 August 28, 2023 at 5:06 pm #

          Vivek Ramaswamy

          • MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 8:28 pm #


            Clamoring for a WEF puppet. This really is priceless.

          • C.O.Jones August 29, 2023 at 11:19 am #

            Vivek made his money with the classic Wall Street move known as the pump-n-dump.

            He bought an Alzheimer’s drug from Glaxo that had failed 4 tests – bought the tests too. Never conducted another test, just re-wrote the old test results to make the drug look promising when it was an abject failure and never made it to market. Vivek took the test results his mom – no kidding, his mom – re-wrote and used those results for an IPO soliciting investors to the tune of over a billion dollars, knowing all along the drug did not work.

            He sold his stock right before the drug was turned down again. The price of the stock plummeted when the drug failed to gain certification. So he pumped up the price of the stock and dumped it all right before the price went in the commode.

            Smooth move. Now he’s on stage talking about how he’s going to make America great again. He’s got a great smile and a good line of BS, just like his MAGA predecessor. I don’t trust him as far as I can throw Chris Christie.

          • mrs_saj August 29, 2023 at 1:47 pm #

            C.O. Jones,

            Thank you for this. I have been too lazy to research much about Ramaswamy and now I will do it. If what you say is true, and I’m not doubting you, then he is a prototypical member of the continually evil pharmaceutical apparatus that infects this planet.

      • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 12:04 pm #

        elysianfield: I beg to differ. They were often in places without tamarack trees, anyway. And why didn’t it fall on the sabbath day if it was just insect droppings?

        • elysianfield August 28, 2023 at 2:49 pm #

          the biblical manna comes from the secretion of insects on the branches of tamarisk trees, which to this day grow in the wadis of the southern Sinai mountains. Bodenheimer has suggested a similar explanation of the origin of the manna. Two genera of coccidae parasitize on tamarisk trees of the species Tamarix mannifera. On those growing in the Arabah Valley, in the lowlands of the southern Negev, and in Sinai, there are large numbers of the coccus Najacoccus serpentinus minon, which is covered with a pocket in the form of an elongated tube in which it lays its eggs. Another coccus, the Tradutina mannipara, lays its eggs in a cone-like pocket. These two coccidae extract the sap, rich in carbohydrates, of the branches of the tamarisk, the excess carbohydrates which their bodies cannot absorb being excreted in the form of drops of transparent liquid that congeal into white globules,

          We can agree to disagree.

          • canuk August 29, 2023 at 6:37 am #

            There have been innumerable archeological surveys to find physical remnants of the Exodus-none have been found .

            Sorry, the Exodus is a myth-i that many people had travelled years in the desert there would be physical manifestations.

          • benr August 29, 2023 at 8:47 am #


            Really and why would that be?
            A people wandering with nothing but the clothes on their backs over 2,000 years ago.
            Doubtful much will be left.
            I have seen single lane roads be all but absorbed in fifty years and entire buildings and structures all but disappear in a 100.

          • Paula D August 29, 2023 at 11:22 am #

            Wow, EF, I have always heard the expression “manna from heaven” and assumed it was something good.

            Now you have officially blown my mind. Bug shit? That’s worse than the WEF offerings.

          • C.O.Jones August 29, 2023 at 11:38 am #

            Exodus 16:4 states that God gave the Israelites manna from heaven.

            If you don’t believe what the bible says, it would be easy to believe manna was really bug poop and that Jesus walked on the water because it was low tide.

            Demanding scientific proof of a people’s journey thru the desert is a little silly. Kinda like demanding scientific proof of God’s existence. I will pray you find Him.

            By the way, the journey that took the Israelites 40 years could have been made in 6 weeks if not for their unbelief.


          • elysianfield August 29, 2023 at 11:54 am #

            Deuteronomy 8:3

            He humbled you and let you be hungry, and fed you with manna which you did not know, nor did your fathers know, that He might make you understand that man does not live by bread alone, but man lives by everything that proceeds out of the mouth of the Lord.

            This is what I believe;

            “Hard times, THEY SAY, will make a monkey eat red peppers…”

    • BackRowHeckler August 28, 2023 at 11:17 am #

      This is true, Nicklethrower, but if that letter is worded a little too strongly a visit can be expected from the FBI or the local PD, an IRS audit will commence, and personal computers and cell phones siezed.

      • elysianfield August 28, 2023 at 11:47 am #

        …And your dog shot….

      • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 11:53 am #

        Ain’t it a great country? Keep voting for those elected representatives!

    • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 12:18 pm #

      Bingo. What does the word “impeach” even mean anymore? It sounds like it means to kick out. And indeed it once meant that. Now it just means to censure and reprimand. Trump got it impeached too – twice, wasn’t it? So what?

      Biden’s not going anywhere until if and when the Uniparty decide to remove him.

      • nancyd August 28, 2023 at 2:31 pm #

        ?makes me really angry!

      • C.O.Jones August 29, 2023 at 11:46 am #

        Agree 100% Jarek.

        I will faint if Trump’s boy McCarthy moves forward with impeachment.
        That’s not how the deep-state behaves. It’s against the secret handshake code and all unless, of course it’s prearranged. Biden is not the punching bag. Donny is.

        Impeach just means to accuse…

    • Merkwurdiglieb August 28, 2023 at 12:28 pm #

      Expect not, receive not. Thus, you are as complicit in America’s unraveling as those who are expected to comply with the rumoured new lockdown measures.

      Instead, you SHOULD expect it. You SHOULD demand it. Or haven’t you been reading between the lines of what JHK writes? Where have you been?

  2. RaymondR August 28, 2023 at 9:37 am #

    Trump’s “crime” essentially amounts to asking for a re-count on the 2020 election. What next?

    Meanwhile, Trump is making millions selling items with his mugshot on them.

  3. Dr Zonk August 28, 2023 at 9:37 am #

    Do you really think Americans will comply with another round of this malicious nonsense? Fuggeddabowdit.

    Malicious nonsense has, indeed, been completely forgotten about. It did not take long.

    • Disaffected August 28, 2023 at 10:22 am #

      I see a lot of pre-compliance masking out there already. Almost like they’ve got a mind meld thing going on. When it comes right down to it, a large portion the American populace actually prefers to live in fear and be told what to do every minute of the day by the so-called “experts.” 75 years+ of behavioral conditioning will do that for you.

      • Bill of Rights August 28, 2023 at 10:29 am #

        The Florida Surgeon General public recommends non-compliance with masking and lockdowns.

      • MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 10:41 am #

        That’s not just Americans, and there are other countries even worse than ours about that.

      • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 10:50 am #

        Safety first!!!!! That’s the mantra. “Peace and safety” will be what they’re saying when “sudden destruction shall come upon them.”

        • C.O.Jones August 29, 2023 at 4:22 pm #

          tuco – “I just want to be safe.”

          When I called a friend in Pittsburgh to tell him the clot-shot killed my brother, that was what he said to me. He told me he was “getting the shot tomorrow.”

          He was dead in a week. Keeled over playing bocce. No previous heart issues or any health issues to speak of for that matter.

          Died suddenly but peacefully was how his obituary read. Great guy, funny man, smart guy. Dead guy.

      • JohnAZ August 28, 2023 at 10:54 am #

        Exactly Dis!!

        Stupidification and immigrant overrun have combined to change the spirit of the American people. The majority of the American people. Sloth and gimme rules the mentality of Joe Average nowadays.

        How do you change that situation when the political framework depends on the majority?

        A question for the 2020s and 2030s.

        • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 10:58 am #

          You don’t change it. The only remedy is destruction.

        • JohnAZ August 28, 2023 at 11:00 am #

          There is a big difference between Red and Blue states regarding enforcement of any federal mandates.

          That is why I wish Desantis would stay where he is, a burr under the Deep State blanket.

          Governors in Red states could foment the necessary rebellion.

          • nancyd August 28, 2023 at 2:32 pm #

            Like it John.

        • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 12:24 pm #

          You forget about the grinding discipline of capitalism: Every person has to be well washed and smelling good and be at a certain place at a certain time (job) to start taking orders from a very local tyrant (boss).

          Sloth? Nope. Freedom? Nope. The grind that grinds men down into dust.

          The Revolutionaries were a different type all entirely. They didn’t beg for time off so they could fight a war. They were their own men. Do such still exist today? Yes, but they are very hard pressed by the Capitalism that now has no need or place for them.

          • Cactus Girl August 28, 2023 at 2:35 pm #

            @Jarek: Hallelujah! My feelings exactly.

          • C.O.Jones August 29, 2023 at 4:23 pm #

            Yeah, Jarek. Right on!

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      • ThorsHammer August 28, 2023 at 12:21 pm #

        And you really thought the Pandemic of Fear was over once the Corona Virus had mutated into a form where it was only as dangerous as the seasonal flu, but the common cold as well? Line up for your new death clot to prevent the common sniffles!

        Mass psychosis is not so easily curable. Especially not by facts and logic. For those affected by Brain Parasites (or spike protein intrusion across the blood/brain barrier) it is much more comfortable to just Believe, and follow the instructions of the Experts even though you know they are lying.

        Joe Diaper Brain has just submitted a 40 billion dollar budget initiative for the development of a new genetic attack on “everybody”. As MQ points out, the un-elected “leaders” of the EU are already ahead of the OBiden Brain Trust in developing Universal Mandate protocols to control travel, access to food, and enforced compliance. To say nothing of the Chinese, who pioneered and tested the idea of regulation by Social Credit Score.

        In the US, many will protest vigorously by swiping their Magic Phones. But when it comes down to it, they will support the OBiden Crime Family to prevent Orange Jesus from ever being released from prison even if he receives 70% of the actual vote. Give up their Hospital Privileges and doctor’s income by standing up for the Hippocratic Oath? Never!

        So add up the domestic EU herds, countries in Latin America and Canada that were even more “vaccine” subservient than the US, along with the 40% of the US voters who have incurable Biden Brain, and you have a majority—- not only of the means of Propaganda but the means of violence to enforce their pogroms.

        Gil Scott-Heron said it right: “The Revolution Will Not be Televised”

        • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 1:15 pm #

          “In the US, many will protest vigorously by swiping their Magic Phones. But when it comes down to it, they will support the OBiden Crime Family to prevent Orange Jesus from ever being released from prison even if he receives 70% of the actual vote. Give up their Hospital Privileges and doctor’s income by standing up for the Hippocratic Oath? Never!”

          I’m afraid you’re right.

          • C.O.Jones August 29, 2023 at 4:29 pm #

            The newly appointed “alcohol czar” has declared that there will be a limit on alcohol consumption. Do you suppose they intend to enforce that via social credit score?

            Imagine placing your 12 pack on the counter, inserting your debit card – or placing your hand under the scanner – only to be told you already bought beer once this week, come back next week.

            I no longer drink but that would make me start.

        • stoneyhonestman August 30, 2023 at 11:36 am #

          Thor, well said. I concur on one provision: that Les McCann/Eddie Harris “Compared to What” (live from Montreux, ’69 — it’s on YouTube of course) immediately follow Scott-Heron’s performance. Both/all were not so much ahead of their time, as we as a Nation are centrifugally trapped and, by now, halfway right down the drainpipe.

    • SangPur August 28, 2023 at 10:38 am #

      Ummm… pre-forgotten?

      • Dr Zonk August 28, 2023 at 11:14 am #

        I was referring different malicious nonsense that has been forgotten toute suite.

    • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 10:38 am #

      Actually, yes, I do expect them to comply with another round of lockdowns, masking, social distancing, etc. Most of them don’t believe in any higher power than Washington, DC, so of course, they’ll do as they’re told.

      • Not_GeorgeT August 28, 2023 at 11:54 am #

        Not a day goes by during which I do not see people with masks, usually cloth masks, walking around, driving with the windows up, going food shopping, etc.

        They never stopped, after all, one can’t be taking reckless chances.

        They form the base for the next mask/lockdown/social distancing fear event.

        Never mind a virus has never been isolated and then have the isolation process be repeated numerous times by different individuals in separate locations.

        Fear rules.

        • nancyd August 28, 2023 at 2:34 pm #

          “fear event.” Boy you got that right~

          • wokethis August 28, 2023 at 4:49 pm #

            How about “Fear Based Promotion “…

  4. gustafson.robert.22 August 28, 2023 at 9:44 am #

    All the soap-operas surrounding the various oval office players are side-shows, and the real drama, in my op, is the breakdown of this whole civilizational ship, on the rocks of present and worsening energy scarcity and ecological damage.

    The Great Reset plans and orchestrations are also a bit of a sideshow to this shipwreck… so much ultimately impotent screaming, scheming and backstabbing on the deck, so much flooding of the peasant cabin-area, as the boat goes down.

    Thank you, Jim, for putting out this platform to watch events from, and for your constantly elevated perspective. Cheerio, CFN.

    • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 12:28 pm #

      The Elite see the same thing you do. But unlike you they are in a position to do something about it – namely, killing off most of humanity and transforming the rest into sub-human drones and droids.

      Too bad you weren’t born among them, eh? You’re part of a population overshoot, vrodneck. So am I. It sucks but the universe doesn’t care. Maybe God does, but He is silent. Death creeps in on little cat feet.

      • gustafson.robert.22 August 28, 2023 at 1:24 pm #

        Sure, we’re all overshoots. But, knowledge and truth matter, and the games are just beginning.

        No, today’s elites are not in a position to do much, and I have no affection or jealousy towards them. They’re dead in the water.

        If anyone/anyone’s genetic lines have good longterm survival chances, they are 99.99% more likely to be from today’s proletariat.

        • Anthea August 29, 2023 at 2:31 am #

          I just watched video where someone said that he recently attended a meeting of some sort by a group of elites, in which their number one concern was, “How do I keep my guards from killing me, once I’m bunkered up?” The suggested solution was robo-dogs mounted with machine guns (instead of human guards).

          • Paula D August 29, 2023 at 11:29 am #

            What happens when their batteries go dead?

          • gustafson.robert.22 August 29, 2023 at 8:08 pm #


      • malthuss August 28, 2023 at 2:42 pm #

        With AI and machines and machine learning, even the servant class
        needed by ‘them’ is to be small.

  5. Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 9:45 am #

    Marginally related to the mention of the new variant of the disease never shown to actually exist, I see that the Biden admin. is now moving to drastically reduce and potentially ban consumption of alcohol.

    I myself down quite a few Trappist beers and Hefeweizens during the week, and have long found beer to do me good (not talking about getting drunk).

    Given what we have experienced these past few years, I do wonder what it is about alcoholic beverages that the technocrats don’t want us getting?


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    • Lawfish August 28, 2023 at 9:58 am #

      It’s all about control. Prohibition was tried before and you know how that turned out.

      Fortunately, I brew my own beer, so there is no record of beer purchased by me.

      • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 12:20 pm #


    • canuk August 28, 2023 at 10:07 am #

      In Ireland till the 1990’s Irish doctors would prescribe one pint of Guinness a day to pregnant women-there’s alot more autistic kids now than then-why is that? Hmmn

      • Billy Hill August 28, 2023 at 10:33 am #

        Maybe the Irish doctors were onto something at least insofar as the mental health of the women was concerned. Just today in ZH a story broke on new Autism research raising grave doubts about the presumed genetic cause. (apologies for the off-topic diversion so early in the week..).

        “An extensive meta-analysis of 25 autism studies could shift the focus of research into the cause of autism from genetics to environmental triggers. That shift could open up new, revolutionary avenues for potential treatments.

        The research ties the disorder to changes in the gut microbiome, a community of microbes that live in the colon and are responsible for creating metabolites and other compounds crucial to our health and wellness.

        Many influences outside of the human body are killing these beneficial microbes, which aren’t genetically part of us but live in symbiosis with humans. The new study, published June 26 in Nature Neuroscience, has linked autism spectrum disorders (ASD) to a distinct microbial signature that’s dysbiotic, or unnaturally out of balance. As in an ecosystem, too much of certain problematic species can destroy the overall ecology or lead to problematic consequences, such as too many of certain metabolites and not enough of others.

        Meanwhile, autism rates are increasing at a speed that defies improved screening and diagnostic practices, as well as genetic patterns. The Centers for Disease Control released statistics in April that show the latest autism rate was 1 in 36 children in 2020, up from 1 in 44 in 2018, and 1 in 150 in 2000.”

        • Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 11:02 am #

          RFK Jr. was supposed to head a Vaccine Safety Commission in the Trump Administration, that offer was withdrawn; then according to RFK Trump still wanted to establish an autism council, but it’s unclear why that never came about.

          Dr, Fauci was involved by that time, so he likely had something to do with it.

          There is still disagreement s to whether autism is increasing, but from what I see myself, it clearly is, even without all the “on the spectrum” stuff.

          Another case of President Trump’s instincts and intellect being correct, and him allowing some bad actor or idiot to dissuade him.

          • JackStraw August 28, 2023 at 11:13 am #

            It’s a good illustration of an overly optimistic outsider stepping in without a true understanding of the deceitful inner workings of a corrupt government.

          • ThorsHammer August 28, 2023 at 12:32 pm #

            Dr. Mengele-Fauci

          • Rowdypiglet August 28, 2023 at 2:59 pm #

            “It’s a good illustration of an overly optimistic outsider stepping in without a true understanding of the deceitful inner workings of a corrupt government.”

            It’s the reason I give him a pass on at least some of what he promised but didn’t deliver. I don’t think he had a clue about what he was facing, and his ego is big enough that he probably thought he could handle whatever came his way.

            That childish need to be liked and acknowledged as special is his big flaw. It was on display in the interview with Tucker, where he more or less gave a pass to Gavin Newsom because Newsom schmoozed him. “He likes me!” Although he admitted more or less that Newsom had destroyed California, he couldn’t bring himself to oppose someone with whom he’d had “lots of nice conversations.” (That’s not exactly a quote, but it’s close to what he said).

            There are worse character flaws, and sometimes the desire to be praised is almost charmingly childlike, but still – it’s a shame that he can’t seem to outgrow it and get out of his own way.

          • ThorsHammer August 28, 2023 at 4:01 pm #


            A lot of Trump’s failure while in office is attributive to his arrested maturity as an individual. And yes, he was vastly preferable to the pure evil that has characterized Joe Biden throughout his career in politics/grift.

            What we are talking about is Trump’s personal disqualification to become President in this country’s time of extreme need. Yes, he has been subject to the most outrageous attack by the forces of totalitarianism that the nation has ever faced. But that is not enough.

            1- Due to the overwhelming size of his ego he is constitutionally unable to admit when he has made a mistake. Prime example: He is almost the last human on the planet to still proudly take credit for “my beautiful vaccines”. brought to us by his lieutenant Dr. Mengele-Fauci.
            2- Trump is on record as having said about the murderous Clinton Crime family: “The Clintons are Good People” That alone disqualifies him from holding public office!
            3- Among all the mendacious (and with rare exceptions, brilliant) aspirants to the office of the Presidency, Trump is the one with a proven track record of being unable to confront and challenge the Fascist Deep State. We have no reason to believe that a second term in office would be any different.

          • Paula D August 29, 2023 at 11:35 am #

            I remember the concept of “Poor Little Rich Kid”, when I was a kid.
            The idea was that rich kids were brought up by nannies and then shipped off to boarding school at the earliest possible age.

            They didn’t have the loving families that poor people were supposed to have. (And I actually did, so I got the concept.)

            I’m pretty sure that Trump was shipped off at a young age. I assume he was brought up by nannies.

            I have a relative who worked at a school for rich kids. She talked about the child of a famous actress who acknowledged his nanny, not his mother, when he graduated from the school. She said that all the teachers had tears in their eyes, because that woman was notorious in that school for her total lack of interest in her children.

            Does Trump ever talk about his mother or father?

        • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 11:15 am #

          The only constant variable in that equation is the vaccination schedule. I personally wonder whether Alzheimer’s isn’t caused by a delayed reaction to some vaccine we get as kids.

          • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 12:32 pm #

            Many kids have had an immediate and overwhelming reaction, becoming autistic when they were fine before. So I think that is the most reasonable answer for at least some of the explosion in autism.

            Has Alzheimer’s exploded in similar fashion over the same time frame? A Tibetan Lama told me that Tibetans didn’t get this. He blamed it on the stress of modern life.

          • Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 1:08 pm #

            Jarek it could just be that Tibetans didn’t notice the difference.

            Most autists are capable of performing the basic functions of primitive life just fine.

          • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 1:24 pm #

            No, they’re not. It typically comes with all kind of disabilities, including physical.

            Low IQ Africans, IQ 70, are capable of ordinary life, including learning complicated rote tasks.

            There’s a difference between normal low functioning and the disability of a higher type.

          • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 2:07 pm #

            Yes. I heavily regret vaccinating our child now.

            If he ever has another, it will be through his own choice.

          • Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 2:11 pm #

            Jarek, not all autists are retarded. Those two things frequently go together, in fact there are those who believe the autism diagnosis is becoming more frequent because parents would rather hear that.

            They are separate conditions, though.

          • Rowdypiglet August 28, 2023 at 3:03 pm #

            I’ve worked with autistic children and, yes, sometimes it’s accompanied by low IQ. I don’t know what the statistics are. But it’s certainly much more than that, and can render a child with a relatively high IQ quite unable to function. These are disabilities of a higher order, and some of them are nearly indescribable, but they make any sort of normal life quite impossible.

          • ThorsHammer August 28, 2023 at 4:13 pm #


            My personal experience with one of your “low IQ Africans” was in my graduate school cohort. He was heads and shoulders intellectually above the other 20, including me. Fluent in three languages, published two books in French, as well as several translations of technical papers. Oh, and a member of the Barbados national team as a sprinter.

          • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 5:31 pm #

            Bravo, Thor. Compare the smartest Africans with ordinary Whites and say that they’re equal. We don’t even need “experts” to do it – because Whites now do it themselves as you just did. Most Whites in college shouldn’t be there, obviously.

            No doubt you had no problem when Hollywood made Heimdall, Black. He, the guard of Bifrost, who can hear the grass grow, as a Black!

            People can shit on us all day long and Whites don’t mind, but say anything against a Black and their ire comes up. Xenophilia to a fatal degree. The love that should be for their own race given to another.

          • canuk August 28, 2023 at 5:54 pm #

            Alzheimer’s is , basically, Type Three diabetes in the brain.

            Same evolution as diabetes 2-too much sugar, too much seed oils.

          • Suburban_elk August 29, 2023 at 9:47 am #

            There’s one billion Africans, obviously not all of them have 70 iq’s.

            However, 70 is the average, whether or not you like to admit it, it’s low and that means they don’t think on the level that we do.

            For an example of them not thinking on the same level, look at Africa.

            Jarek already made the point, but why is it you feel the need to deny that they are different in this way?

            Denials such as your post above, are (the reason) why younger groups of race realist Whites mock the older generations, who might otherwise have a lot to offer, is because they absolutely will not admit some very basic and obvious things, such as that groups of people are different in ways that are not fair or flattering.

            I might call it Zoophilia, to be frank, and I don’t choose that word lightly. There’s a certain charm and fascination of looking at these very very different hominids, and being impressed with how like to us, they can be, not to mention how musical.. and at the same time having to go to outrageous lengths, such as your post above, that they are “just as good as us, dammit!”

          • Jarek August 29, 2023 at 12:09 pm #

            And what does he call himself? Of all the things he could call himself, he calls himself, Thor!

            I’m reminded of the famous Miss Viking contest in Minnesota one year when they gave the prize to a Black woman. All these big, sheepish Sheeple swallowed their detestable pride, summoned up their moral courage, and congratulated her. It became a thing. They’re all about things…..

          • The Man They Call Zazelle August 29, 2023 at 4:09 pm #

            The bottom line seems to be in the ability to survive on this ball we call Earth, rather than the ability to make higher scores on some kinds of cute little human tests.

            I think the rest of the low-IQ animal world would agree and, as I’ve said elsewhere, if the animal world could laugh, at least in a way humans understood, humans would be its laughing-stock.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle August 29, 2023 at 4:39 pm #

            Jarek already made the point, but why is it you feel the need to deny that they are different in this way?” ~ Suburban_elk

            You often seem to come around to pad Jarek’s comments…

            You may (therefore) know that, as an admitted incel apparently, Jarek’s genes may have some trouble transcending time and evolution.

          • Suburban_elk August 29, 2023 at 5:37 pm #

            And you often seem to come around and pad mine.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle August 29, 2023 at 7:06 pm #

            Jarek can, in some corners of the internet’s comment sections, at least reproduce through you.

          • Suburban_elk August 31, 2023 at 10:49 am #


        • beantownbill. August 28, 2023 at 11:24 am #

          @Billy Hill:

          Hmmm. Maybe you are on to something. In recent years, much research has apparently been done on the importance of gut bacteria. It seems that the gut plays a major role in one’s health in many ways.

          • Disaffected August 28, 2023 at 11:39 am #

            We’ve got a local outfit out here – a spinoff from the lab, I believe – that’s capitalizing on that analysis. No idea whatsoever if it works wonders or anything like that. But with all the brainiac horsepower we’ve allegedly got out here, I’m surprised we haven’t seen any organized academic resistance to the quaccines.

          • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 11:41 am #

            I have a friend who is a doula, and she says that breast feeding is important for infant gut bacteria health.

          • Billy Hill August 28, 2023 at 11:52 am #

            Re Bill — it ain’t me, it’s the Journal Nature (Neuroscience) June 2023:

            Paper Titled:

            “Multi-level analysis of the gut–brain axis shows autism spectrum disorder-associated molecular and microbial profiles”

            In my own non-scientific opinion this does not eliminate as a factor the vaccine tsunami to which we subject our newborns in the USA, but I have not peeled away the layers of the onion here. I’d expect less autism in more traditional third-world cultures BUT they have their own health issues.

          • Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 1:11 pm #

            Billy Hill anything they give infants at birth that interferes with development of their own immune system could certainly play a role in bad gut bacteria.

            whether it does or not remains to be seen.

          • Q. Shtik August 28, 2023 at 4:17 pm #

            the importance of gut bacteria. – beantownbill


            In Oct 2022 I posted a comment about gut bacteria in hopes of getting some kind of reply from all the religious fanatics here at CFN. I don’t recall getting any responses so I’m going to try reposting. See below in italics. What do you think about the trillions upon trillions upon trillions of immortal bacterium souls? What could be more important than this gut bacteria issue?

            I read that an adult human is comprised of approx 30 trillion cells and contains within it (mainly in the digestive track) 40 trillion bacteria. As I understand it, each cell of the human does not have its own soul or animating principal but rather as a group functioning as a single ‘being’ which has but one animating principal, or soul if you will. And what happens to that soul when it no longer animates the inanimate material of the body? Does it somehow continue to exist?

            Bacteria, on the other hand appear to be individuals each with its own animating principal. And the turnover rate of die-offs vs the coming into existence of new bacteriums via division is about every 12 minutes. Why should a bacterium’s soul be any different than a human’s?

            Immortality is the biggest issue of anything that has lived.

          • MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 7:50 pm #

            Spot on. That’s what my naturopath doctor has focused on for me during the past year.

            Life-changing, to have your gut in working order.

          • Heartlander August 28, 2023 at 10:06 pm #

            Drink kefir every day. It’s one of the most probiotic-dense substances on the planet.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle August 29, 2023 at 4:31 pm #

            I semi-regularly brew my own, mainly apple, ciders and can’t use juices that have preservatives added because that will kill the yeast needed for the fermentation process…

            But there’s an extended implication to this, namely that if we consume lots of food with preservatives added, it may threaten the naturally-occurring flora and fauna of our system and create potential knock-on effects to our health.

        • Paula D August 28, 2023 at 11:45 am #

          They’d better watch out with that kind of talk.

          Dr. Wakefield was a pediatric gastroenterologist, because he became a “notorious anti-vaxxer”.

          It was his observations on the guts of autistic children that led to his persecution.

          • Not_GeorgeT August 28, 2023 at 12:02 pm #

            Germ theory v terrain theory


          • Paula D August 28, 2023 at 12:14 pm #

            Bacteria are considered germs. We need the good ones for gut health.
            We also need a healthy microbiome on our skin.

        • canuk August 28, 2023 at 2:46 pm #

          You know your stuff. Thanks.

          In 1960 it was one autistic child per 2,500 births.

          However, the diagnostic hurdle has been certainly widened-my guess but not 2m500 to 1 to 36 to one.

          My guess that between processed foods, vaccines (especially the MMR triple booster), environmental toxins and widespread use of anti biotics are the main culprits.

          One will not see this discussion is the MSM

        • Anthea August 29, 2023 at 2:36 am #

          I think there’s a LOT of undiagnosed autism around.

      • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 12:07 pm #

        canuk – I don’t remember Guiness being recommended to pregnant women (given the risks of foetal alchohol syndrome!) but in the UK when i had my kids in the 1980s, hospitals suggested a modest amount of Guiness or red wine, once the baby was safely delivered, to aid breastfeeding. That was defininely a thing and not just in Ireland. I don’t like either, unfortunately, unless incorporated in a steak and ale recipe or wine equivalent, but my kids survived anyway.

        • Paula D August 28, 2023 at 12:12 pm #

          I remember when breastfeeding mothers were told to drink a beer to help with the letting down.
          Also as a source of vitamin B.

          • Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 1:14 pm #

            What they tell expectant mothers about the dangers of small amounts of alcohol doesn’t appear to have the science to back it up.

            I think it’s something doctors do to cover their butts, because when some drunk has a baby born with problems she might blame the doctor for not telling her not to drink.

            We’ve already seen that happen with coffee.

        • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 12:35 pm #

          Fetal alcohol syndrome is huge in Ireland. Pregnant women shouldn’t drink.

          Alcohol increases estrogen so the above makes sense. A man who has been working hard all day may benefit from a mug of beer. For everyone else? You are turning into a woman.

          • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 12:37 pm #

            Working physically hard. Construction, Commercial fishing, Picking crops, etc.

            Or marathon training. Like that.

          • malthuss August 28, 2023 at 2:45 pm #

            A Tibetan Lama told me that Tibetans didn’t get this. [maybe
            He blamed it on the stress of modern life.

            [life in old tibet may have had more stress..you are aware of the buzz>

            kalu gang raped

            dalai molests boy as cameras roll.

            handcuffs for children in monastery prisons

          • canuk August 28, 2023 at 2:48 pm #

            Moderation , my friend moderation.

            One can die from drinking too much water; and people do.

            You need to think a bit more clearly.

          • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 5:08 pm #

            “You need to think a bit more clearly.”

            Thanks for the heads up.

          • Islander August 29, 2023 at 6:50 pm #

            Starkbier (“strong beer”) for surviving fasting during Lent.

            Developed by the Paulaner monks in ca. the 16th C.

          • Jarek August 30, 2023 at 12:21 pm #

            Yeah, drinking too much water is a much bigger problem among the Irish than alcoholism. And over here, much bigger than obesity.

            Sure Mac, sure. Or should I say Mc?

        • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 2:20 pm #

          Apologies to Guinness for misspelling Guinness twice. 🙂

          • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 2:22 pm #

            And to alcoholics everywhere for misspelling alcohol. Not having a good day, orthographically speaking.

      • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 12:07 pm #

        They did this in WWII as well, IIRC.

        Anyways, someone down thread said they think it has to do with the ingredients in beer–a belief I tend to share.

        There is a health reason, IMO.

      • cbeard August 28, 2023 at 12:28 pm #

        The autistic kids are due to vaccines. Not alcohol. Alcohol has been around for ever. Vaccines, not so much.

        • canuk August 28, 2023 at 2:48 pm #

          Especially the MMR booster.

        • WadeWaters August 28, 2023 at 3:49 pm #

          Autism used to be a rarity in public schools.

          Now it is a thriving tax-payer funded industry.

          • canuk August 28, 2023 at 5:56 pm #

            Unfortunately, you are 100% correct.

          • MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 7:41 pm #

            1 in 10K became 1 in 10.

        • canuk August 29, 2023 at 6:33 am #

          Some sources suggest practices of variolation were taking place as early as 200 BCE. Written accounts from the mid-1500s describe a form of variolation used in China known as insufflation, where smallpox scabs were dried, ground and blown into the nostril using a pipe.

    • Islander August 28, 2023 at 10:44 am #

      “Given what we have experienced these past few years, I do wonder what it is about alcoholic beverages that the technocrats don’t want us getting?”

      Well, Prohibition (and all such control mechanisms) were a windfall for the Mob. Really put the wind in their sails.

      Prohibition of drugs has been a windfall for the CIA, ever since the Golden Triangle and Afghanistan. Now is the CIA competing with the Mexican cartels?

      Lateral leap: It seems wholly fitting that Biden of Delaware (home of US usury) has racked up the greatest pile of dough while “serving” the public—the corporate public, that is. I’m sure his Delaware friends such as the credit card industry have been able to share all kinds of tips on how to set up shell companies and disappear the money offshore somewhere.

      Maybe Comey et al. can hire some of the investigators who pried open the Panama Papers and the Pandora Papers.

      Perhaps instead of indulging their defeatism here, CFN commenters could better spend their time by contacting their elected representatives and both Comey and McCarthy and urging them to move forward with the Biden impeachment.

      • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 11:26 am #

        Elected representatives are a waste of time and taxpayer dollars.

      • Heartlander August 28, 2023 at 10:09 pm #

        You mean Rep. COMER.

        Comey was that smug FBI rat-bastard that was so heavily involved in the Russia-collusion hoax.

        • Islander August 29, 2023 at 7:22 am #

          Right, thank-you.


          I keep confusing the two names.

      • canuk August 29, 2023 at 6:31 am #

        Biden has been the ‘puppet’ of the Deleware family of the Duponts -they got him elected in 1972 and still control what left of his mind.

    • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 10:48 am #

      Maybe it’s not about that specifically but about the ingredients that go into making it.

      • Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 1:17 pm #

        Oh yeah. It takes farming to make beer.

        John Kerry tells us that farming’s gotta go, it is killing the planet.

        So far, no one his thrown him into a fiery pit from threatening to starve millions of people.

        • Islander August 28, 2023 at 1:56 pm #

          Michael Oswald, in “Behind Closed Doors: The West and Global Corruption,” documents Kerry going to Africa to try to get countries there to switch to “green” wind and solar.

          Meanwhile, per Oswald, African countries are already far more “green” that the global North because the former use a lot of biofuel.

          Of course Kerry would like African countries to waste their foreign exchange on purchasing Western technology.

          This segment is fairly early in the film.


          Since Kerry is such a sailor, and so big on wind, I really think he ought to be able to figure out how to use the wind to get from Cape Cod to Africa. It’s not really that far.

        • malthuss August 28, 2023 at 2:47 pm #

          not millions 8 billions.

          meat booze internal combustion engines all no nos for us. not for them.

    • Vegan Shark August 28, 2023 at 1:37 pm #

      Health authorities in their multitudes (government functionaries, website “experts,” recovery-facility executives, etc.) engage in a perpetual contest to one-up each other. The winners are those who can find the most threats to body and mind in the foods we eat, the liquids we pour down our gullets, our thermometers, and the air inside our lungs and our heads.

      Unfortunately for the health priesthood, virtually every dangerous substance is already spoken for. How can a certified alarmist rise above the pack? Who can garner points for yet another sermon about putting vegetables on your plate and sending carbs to outer darkness?

      Let’s see: there must be some no-no that has been mere background noise since before today’s generations were born. Alcohol, that’s what!

      Prohibition ended in 1933. Everybody at the time agreed it had been a raging farce. But that was a long time ago, long enough that the former consensus has been gathering dust on a shelf in the social archives.

      Much as they might want it, our medical constabulary knows that Prohibition 2.0 is off the table. (For now.) What to do?

      Got it!: moderation. With spurs on. Who can gripe about that? Give the deplorables a generous two beers a week. It’s for the children … of all ages. And wow, won’t the other game players be envious! Where’s the megaphone?

      • Islander August 28, 2023 at 1:58 pm #

        Hunter looks like a lush to me, in addition to being a dope fiend and a pedo and out-of-control narcissist.

        • WadeWaters August 28, 2023 at 3:58 pm #

          A decent artist, though…

          • Paula D August 28, 2023 at 7:11 pm #

            Ha, ha.

    • Cactus Girl August 28, 2023 at 2:47 pm #

      @Night Owl:

      “the Biden admin. is now moving to drastically reduce and potentially ban consumption of alcohol.”

      What? I haven’t heard about this. Do you have a source?

      • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 4:49 pm #

        Saw it on the Twatter today. All over.

        2 beers for an adult man per week, 1 for adult women.

        Potential health reasons aside (its good for us), it could also be prep for the UN/WEF targets on food, travel, etc.

        I posted a document a while back showing that they have long- and short-term goals. Some of them were quite absurd, such as “3 items of new clothing per year.”

        Was taken from a Powerpoint presentation.

        • Grandpa September 2, 2023 at 5:23 pm #

          “2 beers for an adult man per week”
          ha ha and ha.
          These fucktards don’t realize that beer helps keep them safe.
          From me.

  6. Alfred August 28, 2023 at 9:59 am #

    Since it’s painfully obvious Joe Biden isn’t in command of the government, I have to wonder what his purpose actually is. Clearly, Joe Biden is a tool, not just in the sense that he’s a dick, but rather he’s being articulated by someone to do a job.

    Are they going to push him across the finish line so he can pardon everyone from the Clintons to Vindmans? Simply connecting the dots revealed these past 7 years convinced me that if Hillary Clinton had won the 2016 election, the Ukraine war would have started in 2016, and covid would have been a key operation in that effort. A LOT of TREASON has drifted by our attention in the years since and it’s finally getting noticed.

    Otherwise, if he’s not there to pardon the bastards, then he’s there to take the fall. He doesn’t even know, why would he care?

    • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 10:40 am #

      Putin said that if Hillary won the 2016 election, war was on the table.

    • dale August 28, 2023 at 10:52 am #

      His purpose is fall guy. Because this fall is as big as they get, they need a proven criminal and traitor.

      • bobfitz03 August 28, 2023 at 11:36 am #

        Agreed. The D’s need someone to blame for their sins. Disposable Joe is just the ticket. He’s old, he’s white, he’s theoretically Catholic, he’s not a REAL socialist. Lord knows Obama tried, etc, etc…

        Time for a Lefty upgrade! Who better than Michelle with Gav holding her luggage?

        • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 11:43 am #

          That’s the perfect “progressive” picture, isn’t it? A black female president with a white male VP holding her bags. I bet they even have commemorative plates made!

      • WadeWaters August 28, 2023 at 4:01 pm #

        He keeps falling, tripping, etc. He’s practicing for the ultimate fall.

  7. redrock August 28, 2023 at 10:04 am #

    When did integrity die.

    • canuk August 28, 2023 at 10:40 am #

      November 22, 1963, assassination of Kennedy by the Deep State.

      Just like after Buddy Holly died-the day day the music died

      • DaveO907 August 28, 2023 at 12:47 pm #

        Good call on that day in Dallas. The Owners’ debutante ball, their coming out party for all the world to see.
        Pink and red were the colors of the day. And the seemingly permanent (to date) blackness that issued forth from the assassins’ rifle barrels.
        I DO wish people, the polity, would come to terms with what was accomplished and what was truly lost that day.

  8. bobfitz03 August 28, 2023 at 10:06 am #

    Yes, by all means, bring back prohibition. Speakeasies cooking bathtub gin on gas burners, serving blackmarket beef under bootleg ceiling fans. Imagine the chaos.

    • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 10:40 am #

      You won’t be able to use those gas burners to make your bathtub gin. Joe wants those gone by, isn’t it the magic year of 2030?

      • Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 1:19 pm #

        Maybe that’s what the thousands of armed IRS agents will be for.

        They will be goig after home brewing operations.

        • Islander August 28, 2023 at 2:00 pm #

          I don’t think that will go over too well in Appalachia!

          Put the stills underground, or in caves. I think they have plenty of that there (both underground and caves).

          • aelpha August 29, 2023 at 9:37 am #

            I think everyone is missing one factoid regarding the proposed alcohol limits: cannabis. Almost all small cultivation has been squeezed out in USA. While both alcohol and cannabis are scheduled intoxicants, the former makes one fight the latter makes one compliant. No lie, the cost to produce high quality cannabis (no distribution cost included) is less than $1/gram. Tip of the spear.

          • Islander August 29, 2023 at 2:42 pm #

            Aelpha: Interesting.

            The whole cannabis thing has always left me somewhat uneasy. Starting way back in the sixties/seventies, when college kids discovered pot/Mary Jane. I probably tried it about twice. I did not like being around people who smoked pot. Or “discovered” getting high.

            My parents were already Bohemians so to speak in the fifties. I really didn’t need any hippy behavioral shit in my life.

            I am all for medical marijuana. But I am not happy with the profile of those managing the new legal pot outlets for recreational pot (the few I know of)..

          • cbeard August 31, 2023 at 8:52 am #

            You don’t distill homebrew. Is is fermented. Whiskey is distilled. After fermentation of course. Beer (homebrew) is not.

  9. jlmartin August 28, 2023 at 10:10 am #

    Election season is starting, and the Democrats need to get their players in a better place. This is how I think they do it. Dianne Feinstein resigns. She is replaced by Kamala Harris (that gets her out of the way). Gavin Newsom is named VP. Joe Biden resigns, Newsom becomes President. The Democrats have a much stronger, younger candidate. The Biden scandals become old news.

    • JohnAZ August 28, 2023 at 10:18 am #

      There is a difference between the East Coast and West Coast Democrats. Newsom may be popular in crazy California, but he will not be a hit on the East Coast. Two different Mobs!

      • MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 10:44 am #

        He’s actually not popular at all in CA. His recall had millions of signatures. His elections were fixed, just like all CA elections are. Esp. the pres. primaries.

        • JohnAZ August 28, 2023 at 11:06 am #

          Agreed Mary, California is a split personality depending on how close you live to the ocean.

          Sacramento is a locked in Blue zone which allows the Pelosi clone to rule unfettered by opposition.

        • Paula D August 28, 2023 at 11:51 am #

          Well, he was running against that white supremacist, so liberal Californians had to vote against that, (even if he was a black man.)

          • DaveO907 August 28, 2023 at 5:52 pm #

            (I knew where you were going widdat, lol.)
            Yes, Larry Elder, a most rational man.
            Even the Oakland police station is boarded up and it’s a BIG building.


            I posted this earlier with the https removed and it snuck back with the https, so this thing has been in “moderation” limbo for a couple of hours.

          • MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 7:39 pm #

            LOL, true.

            Remember when a white woman hit Elder with an egg as he was walking down the street? That wasn’t ray-cissssss.

    • Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 10:29 am #

      I’m wondering if RFK Jr. is signaling that if they all go quietly, and allow him to take the helm, they get a free pass with their reputations intact.

      • gustafson.robert.22 August 28, 2023 at 10:34 am #

        Even RFK, if miraculously elected, would be all but impotent in that impotent office. He probably thinks it’s worth the gamble to do whatever it takes to win just in case anything could be done at all from that chair, or just to win a crown for kicks, worst case, keep it from someone worse.

        • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 12:09 pm #

          Trump is the only option.

          The most disturbing aspect is that without Trump, there is really nothing left where the presidency is concerned.

          It is nearly another captured institution.

          • SteveK9 August 28, 2023 at 1:57 pm #

            I’m surprised more people don’t realize that. They are busy talking about how someone stands on this or that, without recognizing that it is Trump vs the entire totalitarian establishment. Whatever else you may think of Trump, to keep going in the face of this non-stop withering hatred, indicates a person with an iron will.

          • Islander August 28, 2023 at 2:03 pm #


            Gotta agree.

            Plus extremely thick skin.

            The latter pretty much goes with the territory in the NYC real estate market.

      • JohnAZ August 28, 2023 at 10:44 am #

        IMHO, still too liberal. He is East Coast Democrat with a couple of exceptions.

        • gustafson.robert.22 August 28, 2023 at 11:04 am #

          Liberalness isn’t the issue. It’s that the office of the presidency itself is dead. The closer you get to it, the deader you must be or become.

          • JohnAZ August 28, 2023 at 11:07 am #

            Good point, Trump is proof positive,

            The Potomac Trump bore little semblance to the Rally Trump.

          • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 11:12 am #

            Our whole form of government is dead, not just the presidency. That’s why I believe it will not continue in its present form into the tribulation.

          • DaveO907 August 28, 2023 at 12:56 pm #

            It can be argued it has become an imperial presidency just as strongly. Obama, just for one, certainly enjoyed his tenure. Cheney/Bush too.
            Which course ensues is predicated on being simpaticó with the Owners.

          • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 2:11 pm #

            Potomac Trump thought he could make deals and influence people through building personal relationships, methinks.

            Doesn’t matter now. If he wins and does not go scorched earth, then the presidency as we know it (or think we know it) is truly done for.

        • Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 11:12 am #

          He has all kinds of cockamamie Democrat dogma ideas, and he’s only getting worse.

          Have you seen his voter ID plan? He must have been in a coma during the whole Lois Lerner, IRS scandal.

          The problem is that poor people can’t get free passports! Oh my God!

          But hey, Al Sharpton is on board with it.

          I resent these people who insinuate that those who don’t go along with their crackhead ideas are lacking in common sense.

          BTW, how does a passport prevent the fraud from all the ballots floating around and people not voting in person?

          • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 12:41 pm #

            RFK has dead eyes, despite his personal warmth. It’s outer. The state of the inner man is not good.

          • Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 1:21 pm #

            Jarek I think it’s that he is deeply conflicted.

            Part of him wants to clean things up and bring back justice, but that involves destroying most of his world.

          • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 1:25 pm #

            Or being assassinated like his forbears.

          • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 2:12 pm #

            That is actually a good point, Jarek.

            He does have dead eyes.

            Owen Benjamin does some very funny bits on RFK as a drug addict, pussy hound, and all around fuck-up.

            Not saying he is a fuck-up, but his past is far more checkered than I initially realized.

          • Suburban_elk August 29, 2023 at 9:54 am #

            Not to mention that he talks funny.

    • bobfitz03 August 28, 2023 at 11:41 am #

      Nicely done. Is Michelle on Gav’s ticket?

    • Yirgach August 28, 2023 at 3:03 pm #

      Newsom has two glaring problems:

      1. Male
      2. White

      Large degree of PC no-no which cannot be tolerated.
      Did not put hetero on the list because maybe next time if there is one…

      • MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 7:33 pm #

        The pretend hatred of the patriarchy is just that.

        White men still run the joint, they just have to pretend they hate themselves.

        • Jarek August 29, 2023 at 12:13 pm #

          The Whites ones who don’t identify as White are mostly the ones at the top. Thus the persecution of Whites. You admit that is going on, right?

          If they’re at the top, why do they have to pretend to hate themselves? The ones at the top, don’t. Only the lower tiers. Pyramid science to the rescue.

  10. DyersEve August 28, 2023 at 10:20 am #

    Don’t expect anything but more clown world, Jim. If you don’t expect much, you won’t be let down. They are all in on the screwing of America, make no mistake.

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  11. chet_the_farmer August 28, 2023 at 10:21 am #

    The rotting-appendage agencies and departments are being used to lock you down again. This is why everyone was ‘given notice’ in advance.
    When a health dept or osha is weponized via medical tyranny, then it doesn’t matter who remembered anything.
    Only Big difference this time is the police arent coming when a store-person throws a shit-fit about having no mask.

    DO NOT COMPLY with everything and anything you can.

    • Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 10:25 am #

      Nobody paid a price, so of course they will do it again. And again and again and again.

      No one in government wants to hold them accountable, save for a local pol or two.

      RFK Jr. backed off, as well.

      Yet people get excited because there are negroes taking things from drugstores because they have been given tacit permission.

      • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 12:44 pm #

        So other words, it’s White people’s fault? Because Blacks can do no wrong, ever?

        By denying them moral agency, you deny their humanity. You have a lower opinion of them than I do.

        Women? Same thing. I would never deny a woman her wages, what she has earned, what she has coming to her. She has moral agency and must be give her just deserts, no matter how horrible.

        • Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 1:24 pm #

          No Jarek those weren’t my words.

          People are ignoring the yuge corruption at the top, and focussing their outrage on the distraction provided for their diversion.

        • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 1:27 pm #

          Last week you explicitly said that everything was White people’s fault.

          Do you recant this foolish statement?

          • Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 2:16 pm #

            No because I didn’t say that.

          • MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 7:31 pm #

            You said that and falsely attributed it to Beryl.

          • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 7:51 pm #

            Sisters backing each other up in their fibs.

          • Hereward the Woke August 29, 2023 at 1:46 am #

            Stop scratching your itch in public, Jarek.

        • Q. Shtik August 28, 2023 at 2:48 pm #

          So other words,

          must be give her just deserts – Jar


          So [in] other words,

          must be given her just deserts

          Jar, do you ever say to yourself “this week I’m going to be really careful not to make any mistakes” or do you just say “fuck it?”

          • WadeWaters August 28, 2023 at 4:09 pm #

            or do you just say “fuck it!”?

            Gotta put that question mark where it belongs Q…


          • DaveO907 August 28, 2023 at 5:58 pm #

            Nope. Nope. Nope! Mr Wade Waters. This is the USA, where we do it Q’s way. ‘Murican punctuation.

          • Rulo Deschamps August 28, 2023 at 7:18 pm #

            Desserts, Q. Please stop make a fool of yourself.

          • MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 7:30 pm #

            Maybe you should ask yourself the same question, as you continually fuck up your own comments.

          • Q. Shtik August 28, 2023 at 9:12 pm #

            For all other punctuation, the British and American styles are in agreement: unless the punctuation is part of the quoted material, it goes outside the quotation marks.

          • Q. Shtik August 28, 2023 at 9:31 pm #

            In response to Rulo down below:

            “just deserts” vs. “just desserts”
            June 7, 2021
            We’ll keep it short and sweet — this phrase has nothing to do with sugary treats.

            It’s easy to confuse deserts with desserts because both words are pronounced the same way. But the word deserts in this phrase has nothing to do with cake and ice cream, or with dry, sandy places. Instead, desert comes from the same root as deserve, which should help you understand the meaning of this phrase: a punishment that is justly deserved. Getting your just deserts refers to receiving an appropriate punishment for whatever offense you have committed.

            As these examples show, just deserts is almost exclusively used to refer to punishment rather than reward:

            Sometimes beloved characters depart much too soon, and sometimes villains get their just deserts. (New York Times)

            The man got his just deserts, but he didn’t deserve to be tarred as a traitor without a trial and conviction (Washington Times)

            Because dessert usually comes at the end of a meal, and is often seen as a reward for good behavior, it’s easy to see how people often get this one wrong. In the following examples, desserts has been erroneously swapped in for deserts — but since these sentences refer to crime and punishment, references to sweet treats don’t really make sense:

            Therefore, Rulo, deserts was correct. Also, deserts was correct because I was quoting Jar.

          • Q. Shtik August 28, 2023 at 9:35 pm #

            Desserts, Q. Please stop make a fool of yourself. – Rulo



          • Hereward the Woke August 29, 2023 at 1:47 am #

            Give it a rest.

          • Jarek August 29, 2023 at 12:05 pm #

            Q: So you end a sentence with quotation marks? That seems so wrong….

            But I could be wrong.

          • WadeWaters August 29, 2023 at 4:16 pm #

            If the quotation marks are used for a conversation then a sentence can end with them. Otherwise not.

  12. messianicdruid August 28, 2023 at 10:21 am #

    Who will resign [ go away ] first ? Agnew or Nixon – Harris or Biden. In waves.

  13. tom clark August 28, 2023 at 10:21 am #

    Now that pot is legalized, it’s time to ban alcohol again.

    • JohnAZ August 28, 2023 at 10:41 am #

      Booze does not stink like a skunk. Social order involves alcohol consumption. An old saying says more deals are done over lunch than any other time. I would add the golf course to that statement. Both though are well lubricated with booze.

      • Disaffected August 28, 2023 at 11:02 am #

        Yep. DC itself revolves around alcohol use, so hard to imagine them trying to ban it. Restrict it, maybe.

        • Paula D August 28, 2023 at 11:57 am #

          Easy, peasy. Restrict the use of alcohol to the District of Colombia.

        • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 12:02 pm #

          It’ll be banned everywhere but there.

        • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 12:46 pm #

          Stop being selfish. We need that grain to feed people, not so you can get high. Open borders means no alcohol. Choose. You can feel about yourself or you can feel good.

          • Disaffected August 28, 2023 at 3:55 pm #

            They’ve already been phasing out grain use for alcohol fermentation. More and more beers are using corn syrup or simply sugar in the process, as it produces a milder tasting brew. Turns out many of the youngsters these days don’t really like the taste of traditional beer.

      • White German Shepherd August 28, 2023 at 12:48 pm #

        “Booze does not stink like a skunk.”

        Not like a skunk but boozers and stale booze have their own special funk about them.

      • Yirgach August 28, 2023 at 3:44 pm #

        In my time working at a planning commission in Ohio, most of the real work was done over beers after the monthly meetings. The western part of Ohio was settled by Germans, the dry counties were Protestant, the Catholics got the beer.

        Religion was never an issue as thirst was the main driver. However the revival meetings were a definite social event – “More souls were made then were saved.”

      • Suburban_elk August 29, 2023 at 9:57 am #

        Booze does not stink like a skunk.

        This is totally not true. Alcoholics smell like a chemical plant.

  14. Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 10:22 am #

    “Rep James Comer’s House Oversight Committee has already assembled a bundle of evidence tracking the exact ways and means of how the Biden family’s global bribery operation worked. That includes the bank records, the emails and deal memos, the chronology of meetings, the FBI documents, the phone recordings, the photos of “JB” schmoozing with Hunter’s “clients,” and the famous video of “Joe Biden” bragging onstage at the Council on Foreign Relations about how he strong-armed Ukraine President Poroshenko into firing General Prosecutor Viktor Shokin.”

    RFK Jr. calls these things policy differences. I’ll say.

    • Paula D August 28, 2023 at 11:55 am #

      Can hardly wait until the Hustler shows up to tell us that all of that is not enough evidence to turn him against Biden, and to tell JHK how disappointed he is that he is talking about it.

      Also, that the war in Ukraine is going along swimmingly! If only those stubborn Ukrainians would do as they are ordered, and quit being so damn death adverse.

      Do we have to get the Poles in here?

    • Ishabaka August 28, 2023 at 1:44 pm #

      Americans KNOW the Bidens are crooked, and both the President and Vice President are incompetent – and as long as they have TikTok and PornHub they don’t care!

      • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 2:53 pm #

        That’s about it.

    • TPTB-USA August 28, 2023 at 11:01 pm #

      What is the Biden business?

      Thinking in terms of Soros buying DA’s, how about siphoning off the wealth of a nation, and using the funds to buy politicians and public figures who will facilitate the implementation of the 2030 agenda. The racket basically amounts to treason, so the compensation will need to be substantial.

      Think about it. “All nations must participate”. It would make sense of all the nonsense. The Afghanistan withdrawal. Funneling all that money into Ukraine. Half a million dollar blow jobs.

      Then you have a flock of public figures running around like chickens with their heads cut off making a bunch of “noise” to distract from the big picture agenda. Myaorkis, Weingarten, Levine, Fauci, …

  15. Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 10:30 am #

    Don’t worry about the beer, people. Since when are “guidelines” the law?

    Oh, wait….

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    • Paula D August 28, 2023 at 11:56 am #

      Luckily, a mask is a perfect disguise for robbing a liquor store.

    • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 12:13 pm #

      You could apply the same logic to the digital ID, and non-savable CBDCs, but if you take that route, you will be in the WEF digital prison–or dead.

      If things are not significantly turned around starting in 2024, I think we may be shit too deep to shovel.

      I actually feel (even from here in the Fatherland), that the US election is going to mark where things go next.

      • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 2:03 pm #

        ‘It’s coming to America first,
        The cradle of the best and the worst’

  16. izzy August 28, 2023 at 10:31 am #

    In a better world, something like that might happen. Right now, a fervent dream.
    There is no evidence that self-corrective mechanisms still actually work in the Land of the Free.
    The show must, and likely will, go on. Until some Black Swan eclipses all else.

  17. Bill of Rights August 28, 2023 at 10:32 am #

    MACKLER is a new name for us in the Biden saga. It means “dealer” in German. Apropos? Indeed the link Jim provided shows no mention of Mackler.

    However, the website’s homepage does inform us that they forced the Mayor of Camden to resign:
    “King, 41, was until recently the mayor of Camden, Delaware and owns several businesses in the area. On February 25, King confronted two male victims, both 19, whom he claimed had been causing mischief at his car wash. King shoved the victims and, at one point, pulled on a victim’s hoodie while he was on the ground.”

    • Disaffected August 28, 2023 at 11:00 am #

      Makes me think of the Sacklers, the OxyContin kings.

    • Paula D August 28, 2023 at 12:17 pm #

      He shoved them and pulled on their hoody? Ooooh, big fucking deal.

      The Corn Pop days are definitely over.

  18. JohnAZ August 28, 2023 at 10:35 am #

    Think about the 1920s with prohibition.

    The Roaring Twenties, more booze was manufactured and drank under black market conditions than before or after.

    Trying to get rid of the Biden Mob is going to be more difficult than Capone. They never really got Capone but for an income tax evasion charge, never for his bootlegging or Mafia killings.

    Today is worse because the judiciary is controlled by the Deep State. The Deep State does not want one of its own to be impeached, remember that to the monsters of DC, loyalty to the Deep State is number one. That is why Trump was an easy target for the Mob and Biden will get away with murder, as has Clinton.

    Only one thing can stop the Deep State, some sort of revolution. The French Revolution went full tilt when the army turned on the king at the Bastille. Will the Constitution die with a whimper by the Pentagon finally having enough. Or maybe the Deep State has headed off that possibility by creating the woke army.

    Not very hopeful. I am waiting for the revolution to start, by a seceding group of states or the creation of a winnable third party. Just like 1856.

    It is interesting. If the third party starts, it will be comprised of members of both parties, but mostly conservative GOP, think Tea Party. It will be focused on stopping the advance of the Progressive March to socialistic oligarchy, also known as the Mob.

    • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 10:45 am #

      Actually, I believe that we no longer operate under the constitution. Oh, it’s there as a prop, but none of our elected representatives really believes in it. At least, they don’t act like they do. We have instead a quasi-Marxist oligarchy, with everyone scrambling for their piece of the pie before the pie disappears.

      • stonned August 28, 2023 at 11:00 am #

        “Actually, I believe that we no longer operate under the constitution.”

        An INCREDIBLE observation !

        Only about 230 year’s late.

        • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 11:06 am #

          Well, apart from me and you, most everyone else still believes we do.

      • JackStraw August 28, 2023 at 11:05 am #

        There’s a feeding frenzy on a dying body.

    • SpeedyBB August 30, 2023 at 11:26 pm #


      Having grown up as an “Air Force brat” I am sufficiently knowledgable concerning the military mentality, and thus harbor a tiny hope that a cabal of patriotic “young colonels”, in the Pentagon or elsewhere, will form the nucleus of a revolt. Probably not until blackouts, supply line failure, hunger and regional gang rule are well-advanced.

      I am also familiar with how this has worked (not) over and over again in Latinoamerica, where the corruption and cruelty of military leaders eventually matches or surpasses that of the “legally elected” representatives they kick out. I use “quotation marks” in this context for “obvious reasons”.

      The military may (or may not) be said to have saved Chile, among others. I consider this an open question, although in retrospect General Pinochet comes across as intelligent, patriotic and reasonable. In any case, once the Marxists get a firm hold on power, and unquestioningly dominate the generals, then it is GAME OVER.

      General Suharto may be said to have saved Indonesia from a communist takeover in 1965; the subsequent bloodbath could have been equal or worse had the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI) seized power.

      Founding President Sukarno, his mind already fuddled by kidney failure (you poison yourself and judgment becomes demented) placed his money on the commies, after China fell to the CCP. Bad bet, in retrospect; he also recognized the danger from his own military, but got boxed in and hogtied by the clever Suharto.

      That the Smiling General, his family and cronies subsequently fucked up the Indonesian economy is also a familiar tale (in Africa as well as Asia and Latin America).

      Now the USA is emulating those disheveled third-world kleptocracies, just as Eisenhower (a man also familiar with the deficiencies of military thinking) predicted it would.

      When push comes to shove, no one has the chain of command, organization or the muscle to reset a bad situation as the military does. Their currently suppressed resentment of the woke indoctrination may be the spark the sets off a move to revolt.

      It certainly won’t come from the generals, as they are all sold out and deeply compromised.

  19. Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 10:43 am #

    Good reporting on the Mackler dude.

  20. MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 10:55 am #

    ” (If he tries to demur, there could be a new Speaker of the House in short order.)”

    This I really do doubt. It seems like these days, if someone gets shoed in by the deep state, they are there for the duration. If McCarthy wasn’t one of them, then he wouldn’t be where he is.

    Also, we have a big precedent now of those at the top simply refusing to comply and, as Beryl says, there is no forced compliance or repercussions, so why would they?

    I don’t really see this impeachment being pulled off. I will be happy to be wrong. Also, if it does, what will actually change? They will have their next line of generals and toadies all ready to go.

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    • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 11:05 am #

      Yeah, and it’s not just those at the top, either. I saw a lot of that attitude with democrat governors during Trump’s presidency. In my opinion, every democrat governor who allowed antifa and blm to riot in their states should be criminally charged. But it echoes what you say about those at the top facing no consequences for what they do. At least, not the human kind. There are the spiritual kind. Those are generally worse, because there’s no way out.

    • Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 11:15 am #

      President Trump endorsed him. He also pushed for Romney’s niece.

    • Not_GeorgeT August 28, 2023 at 12:30 pm #

      Might be an impeachment.

      Conviction? Too many fingers in the pie for such an outcome.

      • Not_GeorgeT August 28, 2023 at 12:32 pm #

        … and this is when, if not from a ‘black swan’ showing up prior to, the country truly goes off the rails.

    • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 12:50 pm #

      Impeachment doesn’t mean anything anymore if it ever did. Was it ever used, really? The word means to kick out. Was Trump kicked out even though impeached?


      • Paula D August 28, 2023 at 3:16 pm #

        You have had this explained, Jarek.

        Impeachment is like an indictment. The Senate holds the trial.

        No one is kicked out unless convicted.

        Update your understanding, because you are wrong about this.

      • MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 7:16 pm #



        Hindrance; impediment; obstruction.

        A calling in question; accusation of wrong or error; disparagement: as, an impeachment of one’s motives or conduct, or of the credibility of a witness.

        A calling to account; arraignment; the act of charging with a crime or misdemeanor; specifically, the exhibition of charges of mal-administration against a high public officer before a competent tribunal.

      • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 7:53 pm #

        Mary backs me up. The meaning has changed, Paula.

        • Paula D August 29, 2023 at 11:47 am #

          She is backing me up, doofus.

          Read it again.

          • Jarek August 29, 2023 at 12:14 pm #

            Why didn’t Trump get kicked out then?

          • MaryQueen August 29, 2023 at 7:35 pm #

            LMAO, Jarek’s delusions don’t allow for real data to get in.

          • Paula D August 29, 2023 at 7:41 pm #

            Why isn’t Trump in prison in Georgia then?

            He got arraigned and indicted, but they didn’t put him into prison. Is it all just a farce?

            Doesn’t indictment mean anything anymore? Is it just a reprimand, a slap on the wrist?

            Oh, the humanity!

          • Jarek August 30, 2023 at 12:25 pm #

            She answers with a joke. In other words, Paula can’t admit I have a point. Typical.

    • DaveO907 August 28, 2023 at 1:38 pm #

      McCarthy is one more WEF soldier-in-place. I intuit therein lie his reasons for his being so persistent in spite of the embarrassment of the many multiple votes during the speakership chase. For all that’s going down nationally and internationally, from his primacy of power as the Republican Speaker, McCarthy is certainly low-key, almost invisible.
      Bigger fish to fry.

      The tentacles are many, but they all feed into the One Maw eventually.

  21. stonned August 28, 2023 at 10:58 am #

    ” Do you really think Americans will comply with another round of this malicious nonsense? Fuggeddabowdit.”

    I don’t “think” it matters a “tinker’s damn” what YOU “think”, what I “think”, or what anybody else “thinks”, or for that matter, “wants”.

    The fascist zio-globalist talmudic dictatorship which has been in control of this flea bitten, gang banged tatters of a “country” has no intentions of EVER letting go. EVER.

    Take a micro second to figure out that YOU are NON-ESSENTIAL, as has been hammered into the collective neurons of all but the most imbecilic amongst us.

    And you’re about to find out just how NON-ESSENTIAL you really are.

  22. Q. Shtik August 28, 2023 at 11:12 am #

    @ Mr. James

    Take note of this misspelling in your penultimate paragraph today:

    “adventures in global money-grubbbing

    Or perhaps three b’s in grubbing was intended as an emphasizer?

  23. gustafson.robert.22 August 28, 2023 at 11:14 am #

    People might comply with another round of lockdowns and shots, but what people won’t comply with is really serious waves of unexplainable death from the shots, or really serious curtailments of freedom via digital currencies.

    At some point, any significant Great Reset strides become too obvious to hide from the public or get them to easily comply with,

    so there’s this constant limiter on any Great Reset plan where it must be either out in the open, or remain not really significant enough to matter enough to make a huge difference.

    It’s like Hitler trying to win power if Germany’s population had been 100% Jews…

    • Disaffected August 28, 2023 at 11:53 am #

      I dunno. The deaths might actually be a selling point, as they’ll be spun as being caused by the underlying “disease” itself.

      – No politician ever lost an election by underestimating the stupidity of the electorate. –

      Truer now than ever.

      • gustafson.robert.22 August 28, 2023 at 11:59 am #

        Maybe to a point, but I think the Great Reset is doomed to always accomplish some, but never nearly enough to succeed in any meaningful way, till it’s life-cycle spins out.

        • Disaffected August 28, 2023 at 12:25 pm #

          Let’s hope so.

        • MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 7:12 pm #

          You ignore how unbelievably far it has come thus far.

      • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 12:01 pm #

        Sure. Most people believe that CO2 is a pollutant because the government said it is, even though basic science tells us that green things need CO2 to produce oxygen.

        • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 12:16 pm #

          Demonstrate that most people believe that carbon dioxide is a pollutant.

          This is false.

          You tried this before with your former/alternative avatar.

          Most people understand that various entities want people to believe that excess carbon dioxide, caused by the activities of man, are responsible for climate change.

          Most people who oppose climate change hysteria understand that climate has, is, and will change as it has changed innumerable times in the planet’s history.

          The flat-climaters (climate can’t change) have far more sinister ulterior motives for constraining human activity:

          Humans are the pollutant

          • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 12:30 pm #

            I’ve never had a former or alternative avatar. I don’t know how to demonstrate it other than by suggesting you ask the “man on the street” as it were, if they think CO2 is a pollutant or contributor to climate change or not and see what answer you get.

        • Ishabaka August 28, 2023 at 1:47 pm #

          Tell people to avoid all chemicals, especially dihydrogen monoxide, and 99% will agree.

    • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 12:15 pm #

      Most don’t even know the shots are doing it. Even here, we have several who refuse to even look at the evidence.

      Watch the roundtable GA posted yesterday. These shots were released in varying potencies, in order to hide the destruction. Some die immediately, others become debilitated and die slowly. Others have no reaction, as they were given a placebo.

      • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 12:17 pm #

        A note: This is why they will never stop pushing new shots. Biden has the next one lined up.

        And never forget that they told us that they foresaw us needing shots every few months. A legalized euthanasia and compliance program for a New Normal.

      • gustafson.robert.22 August 28, 2023 at 12:27 pm #

        If deaths ever reached a true “depopulation” level, the entire game would shift because truer answers to cause would be demanded by enoigh people.

        I did watch the roundtable.Yeadon is great and right on. We’re just not talking about depopulation, and never will be. They’re already toeing the limits of what they can get away with.

        • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 2:10 pm #

          “Yeadon is great and right on. We’re just not talking about depopulation, and never will be.”

          Yeadon literally said they will enslave us with digital ID/CBDCs, then kill 90-95% of us. What were you listening to? And, if Yeadon is wrong about depopulation, why do you think he’s great?

          I think the person who is ‘just not talking about depopulation, and never will be, is yourself’. You seem to find the notion too unpalatable to acknowledge. I find it unpalatable too, but I don’t know how refusing to acknowledge it does anything other than make it easier for them to accomplish. As Mike, said, if you get on that train, you’re going where it’s heading.

          • gustafson.robert.22 August 28, 2023 at 2:40 pm #

            Alba, he’s right on with his vaccine analysis. It was engineered for harm. Different batches had different lethality levels. There’s no other explanation… etc.

            He’s right that they desire depopulation and digital control.

            I just think there are huge barriers to their actual success.

            A 30% increase in excess deaths for working age people is huge statistically, but practically, in terms of total population numbers, it is still negligible.

            I’m skeptical there will be any mass sterilization from a few nanolipids. A slight down tick? Sure. Nothing revolutionary.

            You might remember I’m a huge proponent of the idea that the world IS currently extremely overpopulated in terms of longterm planetary carrying capacity. Although I would despise the method, I would have to admit that a successful vaccine-administered depopulation program would probably benefit our descendents in coming centuries, overall. I’d prefer intentional depopulation through birth control by an enlightened global populace, but what are the chances of that?

            But, objectively, I do not see a successful Great Reset vaccine depopulation program as a real possibility because elites can sense it would mean the end of their power structure. I believe they are essentially just playing around, toying with ideas rather unseriously and out of a kind of bewildered, last-gasp desparation.

            My motivation for promoting this perspective is to promote the idea that elites and their Reset are a diversion from the real event, which is ecological and civilizational collapse because of species overshoot and technological overreach. I think staying healthy requires keeping one’s focus on that process rather than being sidetracked by the narcissistic elites’ Great-Reset sideshow/cry for attention..

          • Paula D August 28, 2023 at 3:21 pm #

            Agree, Robert. People should look at reality, instead of predictions.

            A 40% increase in the death rate is nothing near 90% of the population dying.

            And the births still outnumber the deaths, by far, and the human population continues to increase on the planet.

          • Islander August 28, 2023 at 3:54 pm #

            Regarding stress on the enviornment, all deaths are not equal.

            A major reduction in First World populations would reduce the total planetary burden more than an equal number of deaths in the Third World.

            Except. Owing to the X effect (can’t recall name), all energy savings so far have been more than made up for by increased use. Thus, high-efficiency engines have not resulted in a net gain in conservation, because now people drive more miles. Etc.

            As Dr. Anas Alhajji pointed out in an excellent video linked at Our Finite World (Gail Tverberg), every migrant who crosses the border from a third world to a first world country automatically increases the total ecological footprint of that country because the migrant will immediately be adopting all or most of the resource-intensive life styles of the first world. Even if he doesn’t intend to do so. Because he becomes part of a wasteful infrastructure.

            Everyone should watch this eye-opening deep dive into energy realities—issues that I have not see discussed elsewhere:

            The whole carrying-capacity issue is IMO moot except for a limited regional outlook. In the past, many species have overshot the carrying capacity of their ecosystem. Usually a few individuals survive. Some migrate, etc. , or the whole group turns into something else, like dinosaurs into birds. Or tiny little horses into majestic steeds. This is happening all around us now. But other species on other continents do not therefor disappear.

            The whole system is too dynamic for human interventions to achieve much except create more interesting(and stupid and probably wholly unnecessary) problems for Mother Nature to solve.

            She bats last. She has plenty of time.

            It’s foolish humans with their short time horizon who are in a hurry.

          • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 4:39 pm #

            “But, objectively, I do not see a successful Great Reset vaccine depopulation program as a real possibility because elites can sense it would mean the end of their power structure.”

            Not if they aim to keep population to a level they have already outlined and keep those people in abject poverty–slaves to be experimented on and used as needed.

            This is more or less what they would appear to want based on various writings. Harari thinks most people should be living in pods playing video games.

            It does not seem you have delved too deep into this stuff. What they want to achieve is quite achievable. We have a window of time to push back and hinder and potentially stop them.

          • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 5:15 pm #

            Robert – a 40% increase in the death rate is what we have now. Once everyone is on digital ID whose functioning depends on being up to date with future ‘vaccine’ mandates, people will take what they’re told to take. Why do you think the 40% increase has anything to do with their future plans? The real stuff happens when people are forced to comply, on pain of not eating. The Pandemic Treaty and the changes to the International Health Regulations are key to that.

          • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 5:16 pm #

            Once ‘vaccines’ are truly compulsory, i.e. no vaxx, no food, people will treat it like Russian roulette.

          • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 5:52 pm #

            Indeed GA,

            I have brought up locking people out of grocery stores many times, because it was a level of terrorization that even I was somewhat surprised at.

            A German state gave its grocery store owners “Hausrecht,” allowing them to turn away “unvaccinated.”

            In France, they had bouncers out in front of Carrefour and other stores, turning away families with children.

            All of you jackasses who think this is a joke need to wake up.

          • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 6:05 pm #

            NO – no matter how much people incrementally learn, most will go down smoking hopium, it seems. You only need to look at Gates’ face when he says the next ‘pandemic’ will get everyone’s attention. That’s not the face of a man interested in losing population at 2500/week excess deaths in the UK. That’s not worth getting out of bed for, for Bill.

          • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 6:10 pm #


            “Owing to the X effect (can’t recall name)”

            Jevons paradox?

          • Islander August 28, 2023 at 8:18 pm #

            GA, that sounds right.

            The more efficient our systems become, the more we use, or the more we travel, etc., so there is no net gain.

            Again, I can see the results of energy conservation on, say, a household or even neighborhood level (if the latter is well organized and has effective feedback and data gathering).

            But when it comes to larger social entities, there are always flies in the ointment.

            Mainly, there are always business entities that actually want to make profit on every aspect of our energy use/conservation. We can never get ahead as long as humans reign.

            Evolution will have to take over the controls.

      • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 12:32 pm #

        Yes, I’ve heard this before, also. Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, had an excellent presentation on how it all works. Some were placebos, others were “programmed” to deliver various ailments and cancers via activation by 5G. These were not “vaccines” in the traditional sense or what much of the public thinks they were.

    • Islander August 28, 2023 at 2:16 pm #

      Speaking of Hitler, the Nazis never got more than 44.7% of the vote, despite enormous pressure by Brown Shirts, jailing of adversaries, etc.

      • NZRico August 28, 2023 at 6:41 pm #

        Can you give the title of the YouTube video you referred to (“eye-opening deep dive into energy realities”) in your earlier post please?

        • Islander August 28, 2023 at 8:24 pm #

          OK, I see the problem with the Youtube address—not sure why this came out like this.

          The title is
          Dr Anas, Oil Expert, Exposes Misinformation in Energy Markets With Data Driven Facts! Ep.88

          The channel is The RO Show.
          (Don’t be misled by very pretty interviewer! She asked good questions, and she let her guest talk uninterrupted).

          Here is another go with the URL:

        • gustafson.robert.22 August 28, 2023 at 11:19 pm #

          Thanks for asking Islander this.

          I follow this guy on tweeter.

    • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 2:27 pm #

      As Pat B said, Likud is straight up National Socialism. Of course that doesn’t make any sense unless you know that National Socialism is a political system just like Fascism. China’s system is National Socialist – and it is working to make them the preeminent nation on Earth.

    • Rulo Deschamps August 28, 2023 at 7:24 pm #

      Gus, sadly, most will embrace a digital currency – hell, most won’t even bring a bit of cash to the farmers’ market and whine when I tell them I don’t take Venmo or Apple Pay. For a dozen eggs, some potted basil and a few eggplant, for fuck’s sake.

      Some of us won’t, though. As someone has been saying here, that will be the true divider – masses complying, some of us not.

      • CrusherMuldoon August 28, 2023 at 8:59 pm #

        Just how do you think you’ll get around not using the digital dollar?

  24. Q. Shtik August 28, 2023 at 11:21 am #

    Yesterday Chris Christie was interviewed on Face the Nation. I confess to being significantly hearing impaired but I could swear I heard him use the non-word irregardless. Therefore, if I were a voting person, which I am not, CC would never get my vote.

    • Disaffected August 28, 2023 at 11:46 am #


      Oh Q.! How could you?

      Et tu, Q., et tu? 😉

      • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 11:55 am #

        He heard fat slob Christie say the “non-word”

      • elysianfield August 28, 2023 at 11:55 am #

        Punctuation and context….

        • Disaffected August 28, 2023 at 12:11 pm #

          I thought he meant “n-word” with “non-word.”

          Apologies, Q.

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 12:18 pm #

            Don’t apologize to that a-hole, he should have had it in quotations

          • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 2:07 pm #

            Why does God create people like Q and Christie?

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 2:27 pm #

            Good question.

            They are the same.

            Christie isn’t actually running for president. He is there to tear Trump down.

            Q doesn’t offer anything germane to the discussion. He is here to focus on spelling and grammar errors.

            2 New Jersey sh&#bags

  25. Uncle Bob August 28, 2023 at 11:52 am #

    While talking with my postmaster this morning while his underlings looked in vain for a package that was “misdelivered” (despite USPS tracking saying it was in the post office — “give it till Thursday”), he said the USPS will reinstate the mask mandate and Plexiglas walls soon because of the Wuhan Red Death.

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    • Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 1:33 pm #

      The Post Office is crucial to mail-in elections.

    • Islander August 28, 2023 at 3:57 pm #

      They just removed the Plexiglas a couple of months ago!!

      I guess they have them in storage, ready to re-erect.

  26. Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 12:05 pm #

    The Election Variant
    More mandatory shots

    To think that American colonists rebelled over a 3¢ tax on bulk tea.

    They say Italians are not true descendants of Romans. Too much invasion and migration.

    Same is true of America

    • Not_GeorgeT August 28, 2023 at 12:40 pm #

      My recollection of the tea tax history wasn’t about the amount, it was less than the previous tea tax.

      It was the actual enforcement of the tax which created the tea-dumping event.

      • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 12:49 pm #

        It created a monopoly, which created the tea dumping, which created retaliatory laws that curtailed trade and meetings and allowed for enactment of eminent domain to quarter troops, and, and, and keep splitting hairs by all means

        • Not_GeorgeT August 28, 2023 at 9:32 pm #

          All those listed, my point is the enforcement rather than looking the other way.

          While looking at the list, the second attempt, after scrapping the first attempt ( the Articles of Confederation) became the new and improved compact between the states.

          One could make a case for a peaceful coup as the delegates were initially sent to fix the Articles. They changed their purpose, determing a fresh start was best.

          They included safeguards to keep all those listed and more from happening again.

          It wasn’ easy for them. For us today, events are not easy.

          It’s a cycle, with variations on a theme.

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 10:15 pm #

            It took a lot less to get former Americans to revolt.

            The people today don’t have the mettle or the makeup.

            We’re a nation of flee-rs and it shows.

            The pioneering spirit is a fairytale.

            Economic migrants and shysters ‘r us

          • Night Owl August 29, 2023 at 11:41 am #

            How many times were you roughed up protesting Coroneau fascism these past few years, Edglet?

            I can guess.

    • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 12:55 pm #

      Mussolini’s last words. Too Italian, not enough Roman.

      The old families died out, lost in seeking political advantage and pleasure. Emperor Augustus tried to shame them, but to no avail. And the women were just as bad as the men.

      • malthuss August 28, 2023 at 2:54 pm #

        Is it true the original Italians moved to France and the ones of today are of mid east and black bloodlines?

      • Rulo Deschamps August 28, 2023 at 7:31 pm #

        Ended hanging upside down, dead, with Clara Petacci. As he deserved.

        Yet, he was a prince compared to mustache man to the north – he never enforced the bloodthirsty genocide diktats of the more powerful Germans, ignored rabid orders to exterminate minorities, through the time tested Italian and Roman strategy of dithering, obfuscating, playing dumb.

        My WW2 surviving Yugoslav and Italy loving forebears said it best: the Italians are too civilized, too full of joie de vivre, too fond of good wine, food, books and music, to be drawn into the madness of the Barbarian Teutons.

        • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 8:01 pm #

          Too Italian. Not enough Roman. The blood (genes) is the life. Or have you become a Lamarckian farmer like those who caused the famine in Communist Russia?

        • Night Owl August 29, 2023 at 11:40 am #

          Fascistic tendencies and the capacity for atrocity is race-based.

          History with Ruloious.

  27. Paula D August 28, 2023 at 12:05 pm #

    The American people may be resigned to being ruled by crooks and criminals, but how does this look to the rest of the world?

    Someone postulated that our ruling overlords don’t care because they are taking us down, but I think that they are still trying to rule the world.

    Do they really no longer have ” a decent respect to the opinions of mankind”?
    Or will there be some faction which forces Congress to take action?

    I guess we’ll find out.

    As to the new scary variant coming, eugyppius points out that they can’t even get their story about it straight.

    Say what? Shouldn’t they have perfected the means of producing fear by now?
    Even Germany won’t go along with it?


    • thirdcoastlegend August 28, 2023 at 2:17 pm #

      Recall Drosten is the worthless one who made up the diagnostic criteria hoax that worked in conjunction with the misuse of the PCR process to drive the infection rate scam.

    • DaveO907 August 28, 2023 at 2:25 pm #

      I think if they’re not bought and paid-for, they’re scared shitless. Or too, simply lacking a requisite sense and sensitivity regarding morals, mores, and socially beneficent values besides to that $ and its attendant power.

      To wit: Feinstein re: Brennan’s lying about spying on Senators and staff, Clapper’s out and out lie—also under oath re: spying on US’ns—one of the significant straws bringing on Julian Assange’s current and likely permanent plight.
      The Fibbies, from the arrogant nobody Strzok to the always-unruffled Wray under public Congressional scrutiny share one overt commonality. Come to think about it, only Comey stands out for even barely approaching any signs of discomfiture under personal query. The too-tall perennial Boy Scout has some residual upbringing issues, is my take on that. Contrast that with the disdain of Representatives like Plaskett and DWS when dealing with anyone deemed opposition to the hierarchy like Taibbi-Schellenberger, RFK, Jr. They might appear distinct from Republicans on one level, but loyal subjects to Clinton Inc, etc they remain, because that’s from where the power and money flow forth. Dick Cheney used ‘the Snarl’ ploy to contain the press and public, even if it wasn’t acting, it served him well.

      Which leaves me with the distinct impression that they are all “made-men” and women when it comes to public accountability. The breach is pretty much set in stone. They live in their world alone, untroubled by the peasantry / pissantery. Our very real problem is we merely exist on the periphery of that world of Theirs.
      Our insignificance and superfluousness to the function of Their world of psycho and sociopathy is sadly the natural order of things when such perverted power goes too long unchecked. Leaving but one way to reverse the current and worsening lopsidedness.
      “Will we?” is the tossup, hypothetical question.

  28. lizharmon August 28, 2023 at 12:08 pm #

    Remember a couple of years ago when Brandon was warning the unvaxxxed about the Winter of Death and Serious Illness? Well, he was half right. It’s coming. This is the year. It won’t be unvaxxxed though. It will be the other side. The all shot up, terminally terrified, stand with Ukraine and confused about whether their penises make them boys or girls are, by and large, not going to make it through the coming winter. May the Lord have mercy on their souls…if He can find one.

    • Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 1:36 pm #

      Then there will be the Brits, who are being “encouraged” to go without heat in their homes overnight.

      That should add to the death toll.

      • DaveO907 August 28, 2023 at 2:32 pm #

        Both of you (liz and Beryl) have captured the essence well. H/T and a bow.
        Time for my “We were made for these times, otherwise we would not have been born into them.” I must admit though, given the situation / plight which is ours, I might have to say “borne into them.”

      • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 5:33 pm #

        I’ve never had the heating on overnight except about twice in my life when I’ve forgotten to turn it off (having overridden the timer late in the evening). And I live in Scotland. 🙂

        Can’t stand waking up in a warm room.

        • Anthea August 29, 2023 at 8:36 am #

          I haven’t had the heat on overnight for twenty-odd years. Well–except when extremely low temperatures were forecast for overnight. So, in some cases, I would leave the heat on overnight to keep the pipes from freezing.

          This wasn’t always entirely by choice. Much of the time, I’ve had a wood stove, and much of the time a propane fireplace. The thermostat for the propane fireplace was the remote, but the remote crapped out, and the company that sold me the setup went out of business. It was thus no longer possible to buy a new remote, and the fireplace was either on or it was off. So I turned it off overnight to avoid being baked.

          A wood stove will of course continue to heat the house through most of the night–though it can be mighty chilly in the morning. So you turn to “oven heat” until you’ve got the fire going again.

          • Night Owl August 29, 2023 at 11:38 am #

            Cool air is much better for sleep, too.

      • Woodchuck August 29, 2023 at 4:56 pm #

        Some of the most delicious and wonderfully comfy sleep I’ve ever had was at around 20 below zero. The temps had been at around zero during daytime and I’d been out icefishing. The sleeping bag I was using I still have today, it’s goosedown rated down to 30 below. It took some minutes to warm up after transferring to the big puffy mummy bag, but once there it’s a wonderful feeling to be heating up just fine but in heat you’ve made with your own body. Discomfort arises if you have to get up and outside to pee. I’d image a pee trip to be even more uncomfortable for female sub zero campers. That’s one of the few times I think Jarek would allow women to have penis envy.

  29. Paula D August 28, 2023 at 12:09 pm #

    In my opinion, the global warming agenda is about turning the Earth’s ecosystem over to Wall Street, with the cap and trade scam, and the cow fart narratives.

    What ever happened to the conservationists? How did they get turned into “environmentalists”, and then into All Climate Change, All The Time?

    Is conservation a bad word? It certainly is to the cornucopians on this blog.

    But what about the people who used to try to live simply? What happened to them?’

    This article talks about the crashing ecosystems of the planet.


    • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 12:19 pm #

      Eco-systems are not collapsing.

      More fear porn for the lefties here who cannot let go of their conditioning.

      As they slowly accept the truth, they do mental gymnastics to quell the cognitive dissonance and now begin to question CO2, but the core belief cannot change.

      At least not yet.

      Ruled by emotion.

      • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 12:56 pm #

        They certainly are.
        But not because of carbon dioxide and warming.

        Soil and ocean “fisheries” degradation
        Forest degradation

        A lot of man, a lot of nature.
        But it is happening.

        The inescapable reality is that a world with a lot less people means more bounty for less.

        The world at today’s human load is bleak.
        Lest you think the masses are intent and content on subsiding in shack filled shantytowns eating rice.

        • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 4:42 pm #

          Based on what evidence? Provide me (at the least) roundtable discussion with or white papers from with data with proponents and critics of your theories.

          Open discussion of these issues on forums for public consumption does not exist. Your ideas are the same as those pushing the Great Reset, who own the media and have captured academic institutions around the globe.

          • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 4:43 pm #

            “[…]a roundtable discussion with or white papers (with data) from proponents and critics of your theories.

          • gustafson.robert.22 August 28, 2023 at 5:05 pm #

            (Anyone who doesn’t agree with me and ever agrees with even one single Great-Resetter position is the all-but-confirmed enemy. If you are such a one seeking to propose some contrary idea, please provide me with fully annotated white papers from with *sic the data, with proponents and critics of your theories. Please bring the materials in one manila envelope to my bunker door but do not approach too fast or too slow. Please leave materials propped against said bunker door at precisely a 37° angle from the perpendicular and back away at a slow pace. Perhaps I will consider them, in my time, which is precious. Thank you.)

          • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 5:09 pm #


            You often get emotional on this topic (as we can see), so let me explain the post to you:

            My point is that there is nothing in the public sphere that has more than one side presenting an argument. Because the discussion is controlled.

            Unless you or our new and very vocal poster can provide me with something.

            Have at it.

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 7:35 pm #

            Nigh Towel, it’s all out there. Books, documentaries, studies, scholarly research, news articles.
            Many that do not blame the degradation on climate warming.

            Anecdotal evidence.

            Say, remember in Europe when monkfish were kept behind the counter?
            Remember the local catch?

            Times have changed.
            Educate yourself. You look silly

          • Night Owl August 29, 2023 at 6:43 am #

            Translation: The Edge Lord has nothing.

          • gustafson.robert.22 August 29, 2023 at 8:05 am #

            “All published literature and public discourse is a psyop.”

            “Well, I guess nobody has anything for me. Nothing but silence from the opposition.”

          • Anthea August 29, 2023 at 8:49 am #

            @ Night Owl:

            No collapsing ecosystems around here; no desertification or forest degradation.

            If desertification and forest degradation are really occurring, where is the happening? Maybe I’m uninformed, by I know of no such place.

            Certainly there are environmental problems. Perhaps the most serious one here is soil degradation and environmental poisoning caused by destructive agricultural practices–caused by Big Ag, caused by government subsidies. This has nothing whatsoever to do with overpopulation or climate change. Frankly, these problems are caused, purely and simply, by government taking a wrecking ball to the land. They could be solved simply by stopping the destruction.

          • Night Owl August 29, 2023 at 9:36 am #

            Show us, Gus.

            For and against.

            You can’t.

            And it makes you angry.

          • Edge Lord August 29, 2023 at 11:06 am #

            Crusty Night Towel (eww gross)
            It’s all out there.
            China, Saudi, Spain efforts to combat desertification.
            Israelis in Africa working towards solutions for the same.

            European Tuna fleets collapsing fisheries in the Indian Ocean.

            Alaskan fisheries collapsing. Crab collapse in Alaska.

            Deforestation in South America and Africa.
            Get off your lazy ass and get with reality.

          • Night Owl August 29, 2023 at 11:37 am #

            The Edge Lord emotes again.

            Substance remains absent.

          • Jarek August 29, 2023 at 12:20 pm #

            The fish demands to be shown water. He needs to be taken out of the water before he can appreciate it.

            As has been said, He who knows only England knows not England.

            Absence is often the basis for appreciation. And of course a clean test tube or absence, one of the basics of scientific experimentation.

          • gustafson.robert.22 August 29, 2023 at 4:59 pm #

            Night Owl, it could possibly be nice to have actual in-depth back and forth on these issues on CFN, but you feign interest in back and forth—last thing you want is debate. You start by claiming, completely without any evidence presented at all, that whole swaths of thought and data are psyopped by the Resetters. And I remember your debate style, where you bring nothing to the table at all, while simultaneously self-pleasuring with constant announcements of victories you’re winning.

            Back and forth would ensue if you had any interest… or maybe capability. But you’re happy with your pet sources and youtubers, who, miraculously, alone have escaped the great Reset propaganda machine that has contaminated every other information source on Earth.

          • Jarek August 30, 2023 at 12:32 pm #

            There was once a continuous forest for more than a thousand miles in the East, both north and south. Gone.

            Once millions of buffalo roamed the Great Plains. Gone.

            And the ancient mega-fauna? Killed off by the Indians.

            Man destroys eco-systems. That’s what he does. Anthea doesn’t see it? She seems to be limited to what her own personal senses perceive. Does she believe in the North Pole – even though she hasn’t been there?

          • Night Owl August 30, 2023 at 4:13 pm #

            Just provide what was asked, Gus.

            You can’t and it is quite obvious.

      • BackRowHeckler August 28, 2023 at 2:18 pm #

        Of late, in local media (print & electronic) we have been seeing headlines such as:

        ‘The New Global Boiling, A Survival Guide’

        ‘Say Goodbye to the Hottest Summer in 125,000 Years. Autumn Could be Worse’

        ‘Residents Seek Counseling to deal with Extreme Heat’

        The thing is, we haven’t had any extreme heat; we had 4 days all summer that reached the 90°F barrier. That last story I read in our local newspaper one recent perfect picture morning on my patio with a temp, so cool I had to put on a flannel shirt. Its obviously just lying bullsh#t propaganda… the question is, what’s its purpose?

        • Islander August 28, 2023 at 4:05 pm #

          I think this summer has actually been a bit cooler than previous summers.

          Granted I am lucky enough, heat-wise, to live on an island, but it is not out of the ordinary to have a few days north of 90F. This summer, aside from a couple of sticky weeks in the high eighties in July, we really haven’t had a very hot summer, in my perception.

          Per an online search:
          “As of August 12, the highest temperature recorded in Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts in 2023 is 88 °F which happened on Jul 30.”
          Another search:

          “Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts weather averages and records from 1946–2023 based on data made available by the NOAA. The highest temperature ever recorded in Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts was 99 °F which occurred on August 27, 1948.”

          • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 4:44 pm #

            This summer has been quite cool and rainy here.

            In fact, it is probably the coolest summer I have experienced in my time here.

          • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 5:37 pm #

            The UK has had a crap summer. I don’t mind, because I don’t like the heat, but I don’t like those endlessly weird skies that we have, which I don’t think are natural.

          • Anthea August 29, 2023 at 9:12 am #

            We’ve had a perfectly average summer here–nearly ideal: 80s and 90s for most of the summer, plus the perfectly normal heat-waves (up to 101°) in July and Augst. These lasted about a week, as usual, with one dry spell in July–a pretty regular thing. (Sometimes you have to water the garden.) Other than that, rainfall has been adequate.

            We’ve had two or three much hotter summers in the twenty-odd years that I’ve lived in this rural area. There was at least one where all the cornfields were destroyed by heat and drought. I think that was about 15 years ago. It was disturbing to drive for miles past hundreds of acres of dead, brown cornfields. I stayed with my daughter for a couple of the days with highs of 108°, that year, because her apartment had central air.

        • thirdcoastlegend August 28, 2023 at 4:42 pm #


          Here in western NY the entire summer has been sunny and mid-70s to mid-80s, which is nearly perfect.

          The local lake levels are on the high side.

          The past few days have seen fall-like dips to the 50s and 60s.

          What, “Global Boiling?”

        • MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 6:31 pm #

          This summer in Boise was cooler than the last 2. And way rainier, which was great. We didn’t even get to spring ’til May. It was cold all spring.

          They are desperately posting that we’re boiling because the weak will believe it. They don’t believe their lying eyes, they believe the MSM.

      • MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 6:37 pm #

        The Dust Bowl was a collapsed ecosystem, the biggest natural disaster in the US history. It was man-made.

        Over-farming, over-developing natural areas for homes, dam-building, ruined habitats, this is heavily documented.

        Understanding that that occurs, has occurred and will keep occurring has nothing to do with the Great Reset.

        It has to do with conservation, which is actually at this juncture not related, because the Great Reset, Green-washing, the Green New Deal, etc. are hoaxes.

        You should stop conflating them. Paula gets it, you do not.

        • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 7:47 pm #

          Exactly. Soil, ocean “fisheries”, and old growth forests “the lungs of the planet” were all degraded from over-exploitation and mismanagement.
          Because of greed, once again.

          But buying carbon credits, the next great false commodity, will make that all go away, right?

          As will eating bugs and owning nothing, right?

          • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 9:19 pm #

            My sunflowers were 15 feet tall, with the flowers the size of dinner plates two years ago. This year? Little more than half as tall with flowers the size of tea plates.

            Wtf happened? I didn’t replenish the soil enough. NO has to go back to the basics. He has forgotten so much that he once knew.

            The famed Cuban cigars? Not Cuban anymore, the soil is played out. Grown and produced in parts of Central America. Are they still rolled on the thighs of Cuban women or has that changed too?

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 10:27 pm #

            You know la leyenda de la negrita?
            Are you an H. Upmann man?

            They say the terroir is gone.
            They say lack of fertilizers.
            Depleted soils.

            They say Nicaraguans are better.

            Now that last one is still a lie.

          • Night Owl August 29, 2023 at 7:06 am #

            Edge Lord: “Ecosystems are collapsing.”

            Night Owl: Show me evidence.

            Edge Lord: “It’s all out there Night Towl! Educate yourself already.”

            Deep thoughts with the Edge Lord.

          • Edge Lord August 29, 2023 at 11:10 am #

            No thoughts with Crusty Night Towel.

            Head buried in his desktop.
            If I don’t see it, it doesn’t exist.

            Do opposition research for me!

            Imagine a university debate team unable to argue either side of a topic.


          • Night Owl August 29, 2023 at 11:32 am #

            Still nothing?

            I am shocked, I tell you.

          • Jarek August 30, 2023 at 12:34 pm #

            Night Owl: What is a desert, Jarek?

      • Rulo Deschamps August 28, 2023 at 7:44 pm #

        “Eco-systems are not collapsing.”


        Cheeky of you to speak of “fear porn,” your main schtick.

        Go on, snort some more Atrazine and Glyphosate, enjoy radioactive sushi and mother’s milk micro plastics, ponder the vast landfills and polluted waters, inform yourself about dead soils and DNA fun and games by Monsanto, read about heirloom seed saving farmers in India and elsewhere being sued to suicide by the corporations, enjoy the gazillion additives, chemicals and GMO’s in your food, take a bird’s eye view of millions of acres slashed and burning as we speak, have a moment of sympathy towards the species going extinct every single day.


        • Islander August 28, 2023 at 8:42 pm #


          Traditional environmentalists and conservationists see ecosystems collapsing. They have noticed this for centuries, actually. The influences of humans’ activities on the environment.

          But they look to specific causes, which generally are fairly easy to understand, and don’t reach for the all-purpose buzzwords: CO2 and AGW, with are political/PR constructs.

          The very fact that scientific discussion of these ideas is suppressed if scientists’ conclusion deviate from the official narrative is a clear signal that they are being used more like advertising: to cause emotional reactions and hence weaken people’s ability to reason.

        • Night Owl August 29, 2023 at 7:09 am #

          Another challenger arrives, but brings no evidence of “ecosystem collapse.”

          That reminds me, Ruloious, you still have provided no evidence that we are at “carrying capacity,” nor any hard numbers on what said carrying capacity amounts to.

          Let the hate flow through you. When it has done so then you will perhaps be in a calmer state of mind and capable of supplying what was asked of you.

          • Edge Lord August 29, 2023 at 11:10 am #

            Get yourself schmuck

          • Night Owl August 29, 2023 at 11:30 am #

            So much anger.

            So little content.

    • gustafson.robert.22 August 28, 2023 at 12:22 pm #

      Yes. Anyone thinks Gates Rothschild and the Great Resetters are the biggest enemies to industrial civilization and the USA.. has only just begun to clear his/her head..

    • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 12:28 pm #

      Humans are the pollutant.
      This is a fact.
      They are destroying the planet.

      They can’t say this, so they have to frame it as human activity.
      Now they can’t say humans wanting to eat seafood, live in a 3000 square foot home, driving 2 cars, and vacationing on the Mayan Riviera is impossible and destructive so they have to target a benign culprit.
      A plentiful gas.

      Well, everything humans do, including breathing, produces it.
      So you curtail their activities
      You curtail their quality of life
      You curtail their numbers.

      Of course you cannot tell people that their goal of a simple middle class lifestyle is untenable.
      You would get them in the streets.
      Particularly when the overlords have multiple homes, yachts, planes, exotic automobiles, refined palates that prefer to consume increasing rare meats.

      So you tell them that the world is melting and it’s their fault. We are “all” going to have to “reduce” our “impact”.

      Make life less enjoyable and less affordable for you.
      And, ultimately, less desirable… for you of course.

      • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 12:40 pm #

        They can’t stop Hunga-Tonga, and they certainly won’t report on the astronomical amounts of carbon dioxide and water vapor it released. In fact, they are saying the opposite! It is not causing climate change.
        You absolutely cannot make this absurdity up.
        It’s not contributing to climate change because it’s not man-made.
        The Canadian arson fires? Man-made!
        Greece arson fires: man!
        Tenerife arson fires: man!
        Maui incompetence: man!

        • Dr Zonk August 28, 2023 at 1:52 pm #

          Maui incompetence

          “Ya. That’s it. That’s the ticket!”

          Hundreds of Americans were incinerated while they were barricaded from their escape. Those incompetent knuckleheads!

          Wanna buy a bridge, Edgy? You can put up a toll booth and make a fortune.

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 2:00 pm #

            Yeah the local police, the politicians, the utility operators were all in on genocide.

            You are the mirror image of the extreme left: no logic. No proof. No facts

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 2:01 pm #


            What a dipsh*t

          • Dr Zonk August 28, 2023 at 2:38 pm #

            Yeah the local police, the politicians, the utility operators were all in on genocide.

            That is a strawman Edgy. I never said that but you corruptly make it appear that I did to easily discredit me. Smarten up, child. You should discuss adult topics like a man, child.

            Of course, throughout mankind’s history, “I was just following orders” is the common refrain of the people who facilitated genocide. Surely you know that, right?

            The police officer that barricaded those hundreds of American citizens for their incineration on 8/8 literally said, claims an eye-witness, “I am just following orders.”

            Just like all the other genocides, Edgy. Exactly the same.

            Do you really believe that brush fires got to 1,300F, Edgy? That’s what it takes to melt aluminum. There was melted aluminum all over Lahaina. I have seen it on the ground. There is proof. Tons of proof.

            Brush fires burn at about 500F, Edgy. Do you believe in science? If so, the melted aluminum in Lahaina needs explanation while brush fires and incompetence won’t suffice.

            Speaking of proof, Edgy, you claimed many days ago that incompetence was the cause of hundreds of Americans being held to their incineration on Front Street and that that has been “proven.” I asked for this “proof” but you simply ignored my request.

            I believe that you did so because that it has not been “proven” and, rather, you are completely full of shit. Pretty sure.

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 2:58 pm #

            One can get a small pizza oven to 900° in less than 30 minutes, so yes I believe a conflagration of buildings, cars, fuel, accelerant, lithium ion batteries, etc. can easily get to that temperature and beyond and melt metals and more.

            Have you never seen the results of a vehicle fire, or the much covered Tesla fires?

            You’re a sensationalist bullshit artist.
            And a fraud.
            Yet that’s your point.

          • Dr Zonk August 28, 2023 at 4:06 pm #

            Don’t tell me my point, Edgy. How’s about I speak for me and you speak for you? FYI – That’s how adults discuss things.

            Last night, I saw footage of two cars in Lahaina Luna that had melted aluminum (1,300F) that ran on the ground before transforming back to its normal state (solid). They were in a scorched green area surrounded by unharmed buildings. A brush fire, two non-EV cars and melted aluminum. Science.

            If I see it again, I will post a link for your consideration.

            Edgy, you claimed several days ago that incompetence was “proven” in these hundreds or thousands of incinerations. I have repeatedly asked you for this “proof” yet you continue to ignore this valid request to validate what you claim here on CFN and, instead, launch into lame ad homs, child.

            Do you have “proof” while nobody else does … or are you (obviously) completely full of shit?

            Logically, it is either A or B, Edgy. A or B.

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 5:03 pm #

            You have no right to implore logic.
            You’re a buffoon
            That’s your role.

            Perform, freak

        • Islander August 28, 2023 at 4:15 pm #

          “The Canadian arson fires? Man-made!
          Greece arson fires: man!
          Tenerife arson fires: man!
          Maui incompetence: man!”

          Well, the irony here is that the climate alarmists pronounce the cause of the fires as “man” to be a very long causal chain of effett that supposedly starts with “man” living on planet eartly.

          “Man” definitely does *not* mean a guy setting a fire, nor a guy too stupid to know how to run an electric grid, nor how to put out a fire before it becomes a “wildfire.”

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 7:19 pm #

            The point is that even if there is a preponderance of evidence that said fires were ignited by men, in a direct purposeful action: to create a large destructive fire, it’s not the criminal action that matters, or is even man-made, it’s the “underlying conditions” that allow that action to become a sweeping destructive firestorm. It’s gaslighting without any remorse

        • stelmosfire August 28, 2023 at 5:08 pm #

          Zonk , do you just parrot all the bullshit you see on the web posted by all the other whackadoodles? Like the tree trimmer and the school teacher video you quoted from yesterday? The guy didn’t have a clue.

          • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 5:46 pm #

            Which particulars did he not have a clue about?

          • Dr Zonk August 28, 2023 at 6:22 pm #

            No, I do not, StEF. Actually, I never quoted at all from that video. Someone (Islander?) posted a link to that video and I said that I had watched it.

            Brame made a lot of sense to me, though. Trees don’t burn from the inside out in normal fires. Roots that normally shoot after normal fires are completely dead.

            What makes you say that this guy, who has hiked California as an arborist for four decades, hasn’t a clue?

            Lahaina stinks to high heaven. Hundreds if not thousands of Americans were incinerated in an American town by American officials barricading them from escape! Those are indisputeable facts … yet nobody seems to care at all. For shame.

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 8:00 pm #

            You should get your virtuous crocodile tear shedding OG ass over there and volunteer.
            You might finally get lei’d

          • MaryQueen August 29, 2023 at 7:44 pm #

            What Edge said.

            OG, STFU and go help in Maui. You don’t have a job, or any responsibilities. Do something with your life.

      • SteveK9 August 28, 2023 at 3:15 pm #

        Read: Fossil Future: Why Global Human Flourishing Requires More Oil, Coal, and Natural Gas–Not Less by Alex Epstein (Author)

        Half the book considers the ideology and the information ‘system’ that has produced so many believers in this insanity. The core founders, indeed, hate humanity with a passion.

      • BackRowHeckler August 28, 2023 at 4:37 pm #

        Well, they have a Final Solution to the Climate Change dilemma, EL. You are correct, when you get right down to it, the problem is human beings; and a goodly number of them must be eliminated. Population experts under the auspices of the UN, the WEF, the IMF & a half dozen other international globalist organizations have drawn up plans, and they don’t include most of us living happily ever after. 5 billion human beings need to go if we’re going to bring that global temp. down 1.5°C by 2050. They’re not trying to hide their intentions; they give TED talks on the subject and appear on plenty of youtube video.

        “We’d rather have reductions in world population be voluntary, not coerced. But coercion might be necessary.”

        One interesting facet I gleaned while listening to a few of these population reduction talks is that they never identify overpopulated areas of the world, like central Africa or S Asia, that need to be dealt with. Instead they point to the ‘Global North’, which seems almost like a code word for ‘Whitey.’

        • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 6:42 pm #

          Because there are too many of us living too high off the hog.
          Now, if we’d consider life in a dirt floor corrugated steel roofed shack, like the denizens of say Mumbai, São Paulo, or Lagos, perhaps they’d allow us to persist.
          But those people are not competing with them for the finer things.
          They know the poor aspire to a middle class lifestyle. The quintessential “American Dream”: a home, a car, fast casual dinners on weekends, annual trips to Wally World.
          The goal is to make the current middle class standard less of a benchmark. Less of a goal. Less all around.
          Soon, the destitute will perceive middle class as living in an apartment tower. Having a car rental subscription, enjoying high quality bug meal foodstuffs. Vacations every 5 years, your air-mile allotment.

      • Night Owl August 29, 2023 at 7:10 am #

        “Humans are the pollutant”

        The padded cell beckons.

    • Not_GeorgeT August 28, 2023 at 12:46 pm #

      thanks for the link, quick read, #4 in particular is so on target

      • stelmosfire August 28, 2023 at 5:26 pm #

        #4 “large antennas are being used to push air masses around the globe.” ” Hurricanes are being steered toward inhabited areas.”

        A single cubic mile of air weighs 6 million tons or 60 aircraft carriers. A small weather system would probably be thousands of cubic miles. You do the math. Where does the energy come from to steer these biillions of tons of mass? Especially while Sol wants to steer them somewhere else? Are the hundreds of nuclear reactors hidden underground somewhere?Another crazy web conspiracy. Whackadoodles

        • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 6:44 pm #

          Sharks, with laser beams?

    • Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 1:39 pm #

      I live simply. Right now I am really pissed because the weather “authorities” who also double as climate experts said it was going to be ‘cloudy’ all day, but it sure looks like it is going to rain, and my laundry is hanging outside.

      • Paula D August 28, 2023 at 3:30 pm #

        I leave my laundry hanging if we really need rain. If we are desperate for rain, I leave my car windows open.

        • Disaffected August 28, 2023 at 3:42 pm #

          LOL! I’m actually moving my living room furniture outside this week to paint and do floors. I’ll let you know how it goes. Might prompt flooding.

        • Islander August 28, 2023 at 4:17 pm #

          When I lived in NYC, if the subway train took too long to arrive, I would light a cigarette.

          A train would arrive right away!!

          • tuco22 August 29, 2023 at 9:29 pm #

            That always worked in restaurants, too.

          • tuco22 August 29, 2023 at 9:29 pm #

            And while waiting for your bus.

        • BackRowHeckler August 28, 2023 at 4:40 pm #

          Yeah, I schedule a day at the beach. It works every time.

  30. DaveO907 August 28, 2023 at 12:27 pm #

    Conditional. Conditionality. “If.”

    The near-plangent aura that surrounds the ever-increasing absurdities of the United States’ federal system, the breaking down of justices’ machinery, the hyper-venality of our politics and most things military, while hovering over it all like an ill wind, our failing-in-real-time so-called economic system. It’s a problem. For worldwide civilization.

    Here at home we’re daunted and diminished, battered and bereaved, sullied by the cancerous juggernaut that dominates all, yet we cling with slipping fingers to our notional memories of ‘Fortress America’ as an inviolable and sacred security. But it’s wearing thin, thin, thin.

    The psychology of our enduring faith in corrupted institutions, a hard-inculcated habitual exercise, compels us to crave for the succor they once offered, but in reality it is an epic tragedy of both personal and collective unfolding as the mask comes off.
    And as the masks come back on. The irony is…

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    • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 12:59 pm #

      No, a real Fortress America would have worked. An America of 220 million, 90% White could have kept its borders closed, it’s military strong – and watched the world die.

      Instead we let the Globalists destroy us first so that they could destroy the rest of the world next – or so they thought.

      • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 1:24 pm #

        We once produced enough food in this country to feed the world. Now we have food shortages or scarcity. We once had the security of being bordered on three sides by oceans and to the north by Canada, We no longer have that security. We once produced everything we needed right here and were energy independent from the rest of the world. Our elected representatives destroyed all of it.

        • tuco22 August 28, 2023 at 1:25 pm #

          I comfort myself at night sometimes by imagining them swinging from lampposts lining the streets.

        • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 1:38 pm #

          You see clearly. You even care about your race – very rare in Christians (so called).

          Christ said, My Kingdom is not of this world. Real Christians believed him and never bothered to learn much about this World as it is. Thus other peoples could easily destroy them. So a new breed arose, that did care and thus a new chapter in Western Civilization was opened.

          That turn your other cheek stuff is only for monks and nuns. Many of the new Christians are fake, needless to say. On the other hand, Christ did speak of Wisdom. And Paul of Counsels of Perfection. You have to defend yourself, your possessions, your family, community, and nation. Surely Christ knew this. Surely the Holy Spirit imparted it to the Church Fathers.

          In any case, only Christ bearers can make Capitalism or Socialism work in a truly humane fashion. Or communalism. Or hunter-gathering.

          Those who are too good for this ugly world must renounce it – and pray for those that protect and provide for them. The Amish and traditional Mennonites provide for themselves but depend on the State for protection. The good ones pray for their benefactors.

          Turn the other cheek types are poison in politics and economics. Life is war! We live in a fallen world after all.

          • CrusherMuldoon August 28, 2023 at 2:14 pm #

            You deny the ability of God to protect those who abide in His word,don’t you Jarek? If you do then maybe you ought to consider that the term “Christians” had the original meaning of Little Christs.. As for me and my house we will serve the Lord and strive to be conformed to His image. How much of a Little Christ” are you, Jarek?

          • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 2:25 pm #

            Yeah, He works thru natural law for the most part. Those who want miracles all day, every day are no better than women and children.

            Natural Law is his Law. And it includes violence and killing. Christ revered the Old Testament and the Law. Lots of killing in those.

        • SteveK9 August 28, 2023 at 3:12 pm #

          At the behest of the true rulers of the country. They are different people, who have adopted left-wing ideology. Once the left took over the Universities it was over. People sneer at intellectual egg-heads, but in the end, they can change the culture, and that changes the politics. There is pushback, but it will be the work of generations to change the culture, if some leaders can even be found to start that work.

        • Islander August 28, 2023 at 4:23 pm #

          I do believe that Woodrow Wilson was responsible for what you describe.

          He was elected to “keep us out of war.” Instead he listened the blandishments of both his “brain,” Colonel House, and the British. They did a deal to get the US into the war and also on board for the Balfour Declaration and the League of Nations (although the latter was a hard sell after the war, and never was accepted by the US Congress).

          Millions of immigrants were admitted who had their own agendas and soon had taken over the political system.

          The USA was never able to go back to the isolationism that most of its citizens preferred before the Great War.

          • BackRowHeckler August 28, 2023 at 4:44 pm #

            Islander, to be fair, Teddy Roosevelt and that whole branch of the Republican Party were pretty jingoistic and eager to get into the war, too.

          • BackRowHeckler August 28, 2023 at 4:47 pm #

            General Leonard Wood even set up a training camp with money provided by the Republican Party to train militia to fight in France if they couldn’t prod Wilson to declare war.

          • Islander August 29, 2023 at 7:39 am #


            What I said.

            Wilson won the presidency over Roosevelt with a policy of neutrality and, specifically, in 1916, with the slogan–actually, a popular song— “He kept us out of war.”

            Another slogan of Wilson’s was “America First.”

          • Paula D August 29, 2023 at 11:59 am #

            Who had to go to pave the way to WW1?
            1894- President of France
            1896- Shah of Persia
            1897-Prime Minister of Spain
            1898-President of Guatamala
            1898-Empress of Austria
            1899-President of the Dominican Republic
            1900-King of Italy
            1901- President of the United States
            1903- King and Queen of Serbia
            1905- Prime Minister of Greece
            1907- Prime Minister of Persia
            1907-Prime Minister of Bulgaria
            1908-King of Portugal
            1910-Prime Minister of Egypt
            1911-Prime Minister of Russia
            1912-Prime Minister of Spain
            1913-King of Greece
            1914-attempt on Rasputin
            1914-Arch Duke of Austria
            1914- Supreme Commander of Italy

          • BackRowHeckler August 29, 2023 at 7:56 pm #

            Paula, how many of those individuals were murdered by Zaz’s Anarchists. I count at least 10.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle August 29, 2023 at 8:37 pm #

            I second that, Paula. How many of those individuals were murdered by BackRowHeckler’s anarchists? 10 seems way too low.

            “The tragedy of modern war is that the young men die fighting each other – instead of their real enemies back home in the capitals.” ~ Edward Abbey

          • BackRowHeckler August 30, 2023 at 7:45 am #

            Sure Zaz, as if in the unlikely event Anarchists ever got in control of National Governments … everlasting Peace would prevail lol.

          • Paula D August 30, 2023 at 11:14 am #

            I guess anarchists were the ISIS proxy terrorists, back then.

            Rather like antifa, today.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle August 30, 2023 at 5:34 pm #

            A Foundational Crossroads

            You’re looking on the wrong end, folks…

            The other end is the foundation, where things start and are built upon, unless you live in cloud cuckoo land:

            • The State is foundationally coercive/non-consensual.

            • Anarchy is foundationally non-coercive/consensual

            Paula, what is a word for non-consensual sex? I’ll give you a hint: It’s four letters long and starts with the letter r.


            A Matter Of Perspective
            from the album, Crossroads, by Altus/Trx


            Most of this album’s tunes have been part of my laptop collection.

    • Night Bro August 30, 2023 at 7:09 pm #

      That’s pretty good writing, DaveO907.

  31. Merkwurdiglieb August 28, 2023 at 12:34 pm #

    Joe and Jill
    went to up the Hill
    In lieu of Joe’s “election.”

    But Joe fell down
    And ‘Mala Clown
    Have killed the Dems erection.
    (I sense a mass defection).

    • DaveO907 August 28, 2023 at 2:43 pm #

      I sense more mass defecation. And more urine-nation on our heads while a Presidential Proclamation insists it’s raining because man-made climate change.

  32. BULLITT August 28, 2023 at 1:38 pm #

    Congrats to all of you key board pounders! Have you contacted your Representatives in Congress? I e-mailed my Republican Congressman this morning reminding him that I will vote for his new challenger in the primary election. I also congratulated him for sucking up to Kevin McCarthy who controls campaign money.
    As a resident of PA, I have a worthless House member and Casey and Fetterman as my Senators! We were so lucky to have a State Republican controlled legislature push mail-in ballots. Pittsburgh and Philadelphia now control the outcome of our elections. I’m sure our Democratic Governor will figure a way to register all of our new illegals via the State Driver License Centers.
    In plain words, people better get off their ass and start raising hell. America is failing!
    In the interim, Kamala replaces Feinstein, Newsome becomes VP. Biden resigns, Newsome becomes President and pardons the Biden crime family. Newsome wins the 2024 presidential election via cheating and illegals voting for their welfare program.
    Keep working and paying taxes,,,fools! They have you where they want you and don’t forget to mask-up!

    • Beryl of Oyl August 28, 2023 at 1:41 pm #

      New York doesn’t have two distinct political parties.

      • SteveK9 August 28, 2023 at 3:07 pm #

        This is the result of our education system. Giuliani served as Mayor of NYC, until 2001. But, the next generation of elites proved to be hopeless.

    • SteveK9 August 28, 2023 at 3:09 pm #

      You can raise hell, but they don’t care. They have the money and the professional class, and think that is all they need.

  33. Roundball Shaman August 28, 2023 at 1:50 pm #

    “All Aboard the Impeachment Express”

    History from decades ago warns that one needs to be damned careful about what kind of Train they board. The Impeachment Train might look good to some, but it’s opening yet another dark chapter in the Failing Experiment of America.

    Impeachment is being turned into just a normal day at the office in the toolbox of our inept and clueless (but VERY well paid) Politicians. Impeachment used to be a serious and ‘last resort’ kind of thing… but now is being normalized as a daily weapon for one side to use against The Others.

    These guys have so much hate for each other (and the American People while they’re at it) that it’s no wonder nothing good is ever accomplished by these Titled Leeches. They spend all of their hours plotting against the ‘Other Side’… finding additional ways to get even richer… and launching new ways to complicate and ruin the lives of regular Americans.

    Yet, they still have the gall to refer to Themselves as… ‘The Honorable’. Sure. Honor — in a pig’s eye.

    Look, any sane person knows that both Parties suck. And the leaders of both parties have so much heavy baggage to carry around that they need to bring multiple 747s out of retirement just to move all that crap around. And while the followers of both Parties want to believe that their Leader is some kind of savior of the Nation… that is more wish-fantasy-desire than anything grounded in sane reality. Neither side is going to do a damn thing to help the lives of We the People.

    And the one man who just might make moves in that positive direction is facing a futile effort to get the backing of his Party and get a bit of traction in Corporate Media which is hell-bent on slandering him and dragging his name through the mud. (No, he ain’t perfect. But he’s getting more things right than wrong).

    “An awful lot of rumors are pinging around lately about a new Covid-19 operation to be sprung on the public any day, with the usual kit of masks, lockdowns, and mandatory vaccinations. Do you really think Americans will comply with another round of this malicious nonsense?”

    The Covid Con was skillfully turned in a Great Big (Woke) Cult. An entire religion, actually. A faith with holey (yes, holey) saints like Doctor Death aka ‘The Science!’… a gospel of rigid obedience and Faux-Science worship… sacraments of taking the endless Death Injections… and like most any religion – the demonization of all those who do not believe as they do and who do not conform to such mental derangement.

    Don’t ever think that Our World is no longer ‘religious’. In many ways, it has NEVER been more religious. Unfortunately, that religion is a doctrine of lies and atrocious physical harm being injected into our arms and our minds by demons that hide inside our World’s new-found ‘Faith’.

    Keep the Faith, right? “People all over the World… Join Hands… Join the Woke Train.. Woke Train!”… the old song might be re-written today by the Covid Cultsters.

    • SteveK9 August 28, 2023 at 3:04 pm #

      Trump appoints RFK, Jr. head of the Department of Health and Human Services.

    • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 8:10 pm #

      “Can we, just for a moment, acknowledge what is essentially the miracle of two Black DAs and a Black judge on Trump cases,” Harris says. “What he [Trump] is experiencing now is being held accountable in a system where the wheels of justice have turned in the last 30 years.”

      Duchess Harris

      Free at last. Free at last. Thank God Almighty we free at last. But the Whites still to be dealt with….

      • Roundball Shaman August 29, 2023 at 2:18 pm #

        Jarek: “Free at last. Free at last. Thank God Almighty we free at last…”

        History has fully demonstrated that some people absolutely refuse to ever ‘Be Free’. Their belief in ‘Not Being Free’ is now so embedded and intertwined with their personal (and larger racial) identity that they would have no identity at all if they accepted freedom.

        Not being ‘free’… being ‘aggrieved’ all the time… feeling you are ‘oppressed’ has been turned into a kind of World Currency for billions of people. Don’t worry about the coming World Digital Currency. ‘Feeling Oppressed’ has been a functioning World Currency for some time now.

        To the clear… people and races HAVE BEEN AND ARE oppressed and suffered indignities over the Ages (today, this now fully includes ‘People Of Non-Color). No one needs to be further convinced of that. But at some point, you’ve got to get past that and find a new identity that does require an ‘Oppressed’ and ‘An Oppressor’. That is, you have to move on to this kind of liberating understanding if you want to grow as a human being and become a greater person than you were before.

        No one gets anywhere living stuck in the past. Everyone’s done wrongs. Everyone has been oppressed in some (or many) ways in their lives. We as a human race have to finally get passed all that dead weight on our backs (that we ourselves put there!) or we will never be a life form other than one that worships being the worst qualities in our nature. Forever. Stuck in the mud of endless blame and ginned-up feelings of guilt.

        ‘Free at Last? I WANT MY PAST! No Thanks, Almighty! ‘Free’ ain’t gonna last!’

        • Jarek August 29, 2023 at 9:26 pm #

          How easily the Oppressed becomes the Oppressor! They were never interested in equality.

  34. malthuss August 28, 2023 at 2:50 pm #

    I went to a doomer meeting.

    The speaker insists Maui to have smart shitties [slave states] and no combustion engines allowed.

    That Hanks and orca blimpeys homes there have blue roofs as that repels the arson, d e w.


    • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 3:01 pm #

      This place is quickly become Q central
      As in Anon, not the pedantic editor.

      • cowbell81 August 28, 2023 at 3:10 pm #

        Can you blame us? When you are a hammer, the entire world looks like a nail. The entirety of society is conspiring against us. I look at everything I am fed with a jaundiced eye. I don’t trust anyone or anything except myself.

        • Dr Zonk August 28, 2023 at 4:21 pm #

          Exactly. And doubly so when the police barricaded hundreds or thousands to their incineration deaths that included melted aluminum everywhere. Note: Aluminum melts at 1,220F but requires temperatures even hotter than that (1,300F) to run liquid like it did.

          Brush fires run at about 500F.

          Incompetence is the explanation? That dog don’t hunt.

          • gustafson.robert.22 August 28, 2023 at 4:44 pm #

            Here are some standard search results for “how hot is a bonfire”

            However, a typical campfire can reach temperatures anywhere from 600 to 1200 degrees Fahrenheit.
            Wilderness Redefined
            How Hot Is A Campfire? (Solved) – Wilderness Redefined
            On average, a medium sized fire that’s been well stacked will burn at about 950 degrees Fahrenheit (510 degrees Celsius) at its hottest point.Mar 7, 2022
            Untamed Space
            How Hot is a Campfire? Everything You Need to Know | Untamed Space

            C’mon Zonk. Credibility. If you’ve ever burned a brush pile correctly you know it’s a hell of a lot hotter than an oven roasting a chicken.

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 4:59 pm #

            Rob, Zonk is a fraud.
            A character

          • Dr Zonk August 28, 2023 at 5:24 pm #

            Regardless, Gus, the Lahaina brush fire melted aluminum to a liquid that ran on the ground. That requires 1,300F.

            Lahaina was no simple brush fire that melted aluminum but left asphalt pristine because that is impossible.

            Edgy, why don’t you simply share the fact that hundreds or thousands were incinerated by “proven” incompetence? Your proof could alleviate a lot of uncertainty.

            Or … as we all know: There is no such proof and you are completely full of shit.

          • BackRowHeckler August 28, 2023 at 5:42 pm #

            We do have an expert who posts frequently on here; Stelmos spent 30 years as a professional firefighter.

            What say you, Stelmos?

          • stelmosfire August 28, 2023 at 6:11 pm #

            Lahaina did not burn in a brush fire. Perhaps initiated by one but with those winds once the fire got into town with that fuel load it became an unstoppable firestorm. Firebrands were flying and starting fires at long distances. I wasn’t there but it must have been unbelievably intense. Do they use asphalt shingles in Hawaii? You might as well cover the roof with diesel once that shit gets going. A simple candle burns at 1800 degrees and alloy rims melt all the time in an intense car fire. I can light steel on fire with a match. Just hold a match to some fine steel wool. It will light right up. I’d like Zonkers to try a little experiment. Turn your oven to 400 degrees. Open the door and put your hand in. You can hold it in there for a while no problem. Now grab the rack. How’d that feel? That’s why wood posts burn where the nails are, whackadoodle.

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 6:21 pm #

            Nothing burns as hot as St. Elmo’s truth bullets.

          • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 6:26 pm #

            So, in the Californian fires that were the subject of the video, when the massive firestorm heated up the nails and singed the wood around them, it just passed on and left the rest of the post looking pristine? Is that how it normally works?

            What about the trees burning from the inside, with the leaves and the outside of the trunk left intact

            Just asking.

          • Dr Zonk August 28, 2023 at 6:46 pm #

            Fair enough, StEF but these questions remain:

            1) If this firestorm was so incredibly hot, why is the asphalt still pristine (complete with unharmed embedded plastic reflectors)?

            2) Why did plastic with metal melt while flimsy plastic without remain unharmed?

            3) Why did police officials barricade hundreds or thousands to their incineration?

            4) Why did the heat and embers not ignite the hotel and the rich people’s nice houses?

            Like GA, just asking.

          • stelmosfire August 28, 2023 at 7:21 pm #

            Well here’s an old picture 14 years ago in Australia. Took about 20 seconds to find one. Anything look familiar? Burned cars, melted wheels, trees that still have leaves, probably Eucalyptus. The most flammable tree in the world according to the tree trimmer in the video which was linked to here. When did “They” start with the death rays anyway?


            All trees are basically dead inside. The only living part of the trunk is the outside where the bark grows and the water is transported. I’ve got knotholes from lost branches on trees in my yard that are squirrel hotels. The trees are partially hollow inside but look perfectly healthy because they are. 100 ft tall and fully leafed out. Metal is the best heat conductor in the world, air perhaps the worst. Those posts looked like they were hit with water while they were burning. They talk about no black stuff after the fire. Black is what you get when the fire is stopped before it’s done. I burn a lot of wood and at the end I have nothing but gray ash.

          • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 8:00 pm #

            “All trees are basically dead inside.”

            Not generally pitch black, though?

          • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 8:14 pm #

            The police created a kill box. Whatever the source of the fire, why did they do that?

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 8:21 pm #


            There’s a great line from “The Big Lebowski”. Well, there are many, but the one by Goodman comes to mind, “You’re out of your element”

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 8:34 pm #

            Jarek, why did the Uvalde police do nothing?
            On scene and hearing the children getting executing.

            Well, Uvalde is very poor, and the people there are fairly poor, and their education and intelligence levels are very poor.

            Now you have rather unintelligent people lead by unintelligent leaders (the Uvalde chief was previous to the incident elected to a political position) doing unintelligent things.
            By our standards.

            The only people who survived reacted off of instinct. A very low form of intelligence. Crucial, but low. Mothers running in and grabbing their kids. A father (a CBP officer not from there) grabbing his gun and executing the killer.
            In Lahaina, those who trusted their instinct over the decisions derived from low intelligence survived.

            An average intelligent person’s gut is more intelligent than stupid people making stupid decisions

          • stelmosfire August 28, 2023 at 8:46 pm #

            “Not generally pitch black, though?”

            I’m not sure what you mean. Of course they would be black after they were burned on the inside.

            1. If this firestorm was so incredibly hot, why is the asphalt still pristine (complete with unharmed embedded plastic reflectors)?

            Rule no. 1 “Stay low in a fire.” You can’t get much lower than embedded in the ground. also “Thermal Mass”. I’m sure there’s plenty of damaged asphalt where the cars melted down.

            2. I don’t have a clue what your talking about.

            3. Just following orders. The whole scene was an out of control Clusterfuck. I’ve been there at big fires and this one was a Cluster of epic proportions. Chaos rules. I can’t imagine a 75-80 wind driven fire in closely built wood framed houses.

            4. Educate yourself on construction types. I’d bet most homes burned were all type 5’s


            Type 1: Fire-resistive: High-rise buildings made of concrete and protected steel
            Type 2: Non-combustible: Newer buildings with tilt-slab or reinforced masonry walls and a metal roof
            Type 3: Ordinary: New or old buildings with non-combustible walls but a wood-framed roof
            Type 4: Heavy Timber: Older buildings made from thick lumber
            Type 5: Wood-framed: Modern buildings with combustible framing and roofs

          • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 8:49 pm #

            I admit individual officers may have just been following orders, go left, then north, etc – not knowing they were creating a traffic jam on the blocked Front St.

            But somebody(s) knew and told them to do that.

          • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 8:53 pm #

            Stel: What about the trees? Why didn’t they burn?

            Why doesn’t the oven catch on fire? Why doesn’t the stomach digest itself?

            Is steel wool steel?

          • Islander August 28, 2023 at 9:25 pm #

            St Elmo wrote:

            ” Firebrands were flying and starting fires at long distances.”

            Sense unclear to me.

            What are firebrands? People? Or Things?

            Do you feel that a team of good firefighters could have stopped this, or halted its spread?
            What about hosing down all houses/roofs with water ?

            What about creating fire breaks?

            Was there any firefighter response at all?

            Is there a “best practices” reason that would explain not letting people leave the burning areas?

            Can seawater be used for firefighting?

            Thanks for any solid info you can provide. I feel that the incompetence issue is getting conflated with the existence of a nefarious agenda.

            Are we talking here about criminal negligence?

            Thanks again.

          • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 9:25 pm #

            “I’m not sure what you mean. Of course they would be black after they were burned on the inside.”

            I meant how come there were trees burned black in the inside but not burned on the outside. There’s a cross section in the film of a tree that’s burned black only in the middle. Brame said all the trees were dead, but not externally burned, and the soil was sterile and remained sterile.

          • Islander August 28, 2023 at 9:39 pm #

            Green Alba wrote:

            ““All trees are basically dead inside.”

            Not generally pitch black, though?

            I think the contention is that the interior of the tree will burn because it is dead/dry. Whereas the outside—the xylem and phloem, I seem to recall—contain water and hence would be less flammable.

            But I cannot picture how fire can enter the core of a tree and burn up, without oxygen.

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 9:45 pm #

            Hosing down roofs?

            You do know they don’t absorb water right? They do exactly the opposite. Now a roof with some surface water may resist a small ember, but be serious. Think.

            Have you ever watered a sidewalk or deck in heat and wind? It dissipates in an instant. Pointless.

            A garden hose is not going to stop a wind fueled blaze.

            This is elementary level

          • GreenAlba August 29, 2023 at 7:02 am #


            I haven’t gone back to the video to check, but I seem to remember the guy saying it was the trees that retain most water (like willows) that burned the worst, which sounds counterintuitive.

          • Islander August 29, 2023 at 7:52 am #

            Edge Lord instructs stupid little me:

            “Hosing down roofs?

            “You do know they don’t absorb water right? They do exactly the opposite. Now a roof with some surface water may resist a small ember, but be serious. Think.

            “Have you ever watered a sidewalk or deck in heat and wind? It dissipates in an instant. Pointless.

            “A garden hose is not going to stop a wind fueled blaze.

            “This is elementary level”

            Uh, firefighters do it around here (the “garden hose” is your own mental image).

            My question was not directed toward you, Mr. Arrogant.

          • Islander August 29, 2023 at 8:05 am #

            Further explanation for Mr. Arrogant of the reason for wetting down a roof to prevent spread of fire:

            “Fire from one building can cause a fire in another building even though the fire is not touching the building or very close by. This is due to radiation (a method of heat transfer) from the fire. Radiation can cause the temperature of a combustible material to raise. If the exposed surface reaches the autoignition temperature of the object, the object can erupt into flames. By applying water to the exposed surface, the material will not reach its autoignition temperature.”

            Furthermore, the fire will lose a lot of heat/energy by turning the water to steam.

            I welcome further feedback on this subject from an actual firefighter.

          • stelmosfire August 29, 2023 at 9:05 am #

            Islander, Firebrands are anything flaming that’s flying through the air pushed by the wind or by convection currents created by the fire/fires themselves. Imagine an asphalt roof in flames with 80-90 mph winds. Flaming shingles ripped off and carried away like blobs of burning tar sticking to and igniting anything they landed on. Think flaming arrows from the middle ages.

            FF’s maybe could have stopped it, doubtful without much manpower and equipment. The wind was the thing. Many FF’s have been trapped and killed by fast moving wildfires. We had a fire on a clear cold March night after a fresh Noreaster moved through. Apartment complex, plywood siding, “only” 20-30 mph west wind. It was a miracle we held it to one 12 unit building. Most everybody thought we’d lose the whole complex. The roofs were all covered in snow. That probably saved all the exposures.

            Firebreaks, yea maybe dynamite. It’s been used before. No way in a wooden town with that wind.

            FF response? I don’t have a clue about the cities resources or response.

            Of course seawater can be used. Any engine could have drafted water from the sea and relay pumped it to wherever it was needed but this fire was out of control minutes after it got into town. It takes time and man/womanpower ( woke term haha) to drag and lay lines all over the place. Time they didn’t have.

          • Paula D August 29, 2023 at 12:05 pm #

            Is cement siding non-combustible?

          • stelmosfire August 29, 2023 at 12:30 pm #

            “Is cement siding non-combustible?” yes, non-combustible. I actually use some cement siding around my half-assed wood burning maple sugar set-up to block air leaks in the fire box. Mine are cement/asbestos the new ones are cement/fiberglass so I would think they would also not burn. I have cement/asbestos on my house. Good stuff. Holds paint forever. I painted over 30 years ago and the stuff does not peel or bubble. The asbestos is locked in so no problem.Just don’t cut/grind/sand it.

      • Dr Zonk August 28, 2023 at 4:42 pm #

        Right. We gravitate to mass murder … and you use that as some bizarre “proof” that all those dead weren’t mass-murdered (like that makes any sense at all!).

        You refuse to consider facts, evidence and eyewitness testimony. You psychologically shut reality out, Edgy, and I believe that I know why:

        I believe that your brain protects itself from reality. If you ever realized that, yes, American citizens were purposefully incinerated in an American town by American officials then your psyche would rupture beyond repair. So you guffaw and ad hom and deny reality.

        I saw this constantly when discussing 9/11. It is childlike behaviour.

        • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 8:54 pm #

          Huxley talks about this. The brain is a reducing mechanism that makes life more easily possible, narrowing the potential intake for us. Sad, really.

          As Blake said, if the senses were cleansed everything would be seen as it is, infinite.

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 9:54 pm #

            It is akin to a desktop on a computer.

            You’re not seeing the code of the universe. The hard raw data.

            You’re seeing your brain’s reduction of the data. It’s symbolic equivalent.

            You’re not seeing the code of the calendar app on your desktop. You’re seeing it’s easily understood representations.

            A bat and whale and dolphin have even different desktops as do moles and earthworms and mosquitos.

            Your entire mind serves to protect you from reality schmuck.

            People take mind altering drugs to inhibit the desktop, to glimpse the code.
            So the romance of hallucinogenics says

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 9:57 pm #

            “I believe the brain protects…”

            You’ve only now come to this revelation, unaided?

            It’s a matter of belief in your world?

            Like belief in weather machines, eh?

          • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 9:57 pm #

            So you think bats and whales can and if so, should, have babies together?

            If not, why not. Show your work. Surfaces matter – they indicate deeper differences, Schmuck.

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 10:09 pm #

            I wasn’t calling you the schmuck.
            And what are you going on about? Babies?

            The reality presented by the human mind is not equal to the reality presented by the minds of other living creatures.

            You do not see what a honeybee sees.

            You don’t detect what a wolf smells.

            Because your mind has evolved to show you different things. To place importance upon different things.

            It’s not in your programming. It’s not how you process the code

          • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 10:19 pm #

            How you process the code is part of the programming too.

            Of course it’s culture – because it’s genetic first.

            Each of the finches of the different islands makes a nest in a slightly different way. Each of the ways work. Cross a finch with a finch from a different island and you have a confusion of methods and an inferior nest and a loss of eggs and/or fledglings.

            from Darwin’s work in the Galapagos islands

      • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 5:01 pm #

        Expand your mind. 90 percent of what has become reality was called the same only a few years ago.

        In fact, you often remind me of one of our most infamous banned posters.


    • gustafson.robert.22 August 28, 2023 at 3:28 pm #

      Maybe Maui will be the Great Resetters’ New Jerusalem. Their own little island. Bon voyage mf’s.

    • BackRowHeckler August 28, 2023 at 4:52 pm #

      There is a Planned City going in in NCalifornia, next to Travis AFB. Big Tech companies have bought thousands of acres and will set it up … a lefty utopia. Even those f#kkrs can’t stand the sh#thole San Francisco has become.

      “Time to get out of Dodge.”-Mark Zuckerman.

      • DaveO907 August 28, 2023 at 6:14 pm #

        Devolution. Along with the city-states, we get the feudalism all over again.

        • BackRowHeckler August 28, 2023 at 7:42 pm #

          All the big billionaire techies, refugees from a smouldering San Francisco, sitting around eating their fresh veggies & drinking bottled water inside their lefty utopia, patting themselves on the back for the exclusive paradise they’ve created; an elitist never ending circle jerk.

          Just outside City Limits, in the Wastelands, masses of crows line the branches of dead trees looking down on the plastic metropolis, and a small army of freebooters, heavily armed & hungry, circle the city, looking for the best way in.

    • elysianfield August 28, 2023 at 4:59 pm #

      I went to a doomer meeting.



      A doomer meeting, huh? I hope you did not sign the attendance sheet….

      • malthuss August 28, 2023 at 8:32 pm #

        mostly old people.


        4) Why did the heat and embers not ignite the hotel and the rich people’s nice houses?

        which houses stood? how could DEW choose to miss the rich
        peoples houses?

        • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 8:41 pm #

          Because Tom Hanks, Oprah, Obama, Jack Lord, Don Ho, Zuckerberg, Megan & Harry, and Higgins (AKA Robin Masters) painted their roofs Bodensee Blue

  35. skptc August 28, 2023 at 3:30 pm #

    In spite of his oblique criticism of Garland, Turley has not retracted his earlier declaration:

    “Merrick Garland is a person with unimpeachable ethics and integrity.” (8/16/22)

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    • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 8:22 pm #

      Bennett Marco : Raymond Shaw is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I’ve ever known in my life.

      Jarek: Q is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I’ve ever known in my life.

      If you fall into “love”, you will start having these thoughts and feelings. You will become Nature’s fool – a veritable Manchurian candidate.

      Revere the Feminine. Beware the female.

      • malthuss August 28, 2023 at 8:32 pm #

        our Q or Qaanon?

        • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 8:37 pm #

          Qaanon is a person?

  36. messianicdruid August 28, 2023 at 4:00 pm #

    Too many shortcuts will get you lost.

  37. Slugoon August 28, 2023 at 4:45 pm #

    Americans will comply with the Covid 2.0 nonsense. Nothing will happen to Biden, Garland, Wray or any of the others. Sorry, Jim.

    • Night Owl August 28, 2023 at 4:53 pm #

      Many will. Same over here in Europe.

      Occasionally, I try a conversational test balloon here and there to see how normies react. It’s bad. Some at least nod and seem moderately interested before telling me that they think climate change is even more of a threat than whatever I was talking about (IDs, CBDC, etc.)

      • Slugoon August 28, 2023 at 5:13 pm #

        Yep. Had this convo with my folks today. The second they roll out the next variant, 90% off Britons will be quaking in their boots and getting their masks on.

        • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 5:55 pm #

          First time around, 18.9 million adult Brits (according to Professor Norman Fenton’s calculations from ONS data) never even got a first jab. I don’t know what proportion of the total population are over 18, but that’s not a bad chunk of people who never caved. And lots more have woken up since then. So I think it will be more nuanced, with at least 50% of adults not going near another vaxx, perhaps more.

          Maybe that’s wishful thinking – I don’t know. I agree that from my own family, friends and acquaintances, I’d be less optimistic, but they’re all Guardian readers and I really think they’ll be the last to wake up. Most people aren’t Guardian readers. 🙂

          • MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 6:14 pm #

            You just reminded me of a big chuckle I got sometime in 2020, with one of my sisters telling me that she “did her research” by reading the Guardian and Huffington Post.

            It’s a good thing she couldn’t see my expression on the other end of the line.

            She’s quadruple-jabbed and a big advocate of the trans agenda to boot.

          • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 6:39 pm #

            I’ve written quite a few sarky emails to Guardian hacks, principally because there’s a simple email address formula that’s easy to remember.

            I told Marina Hyde (who had just written a hit piece on Naomi Wolf) that The Guardian had played a blinder, making its readers the dumbest and most gullible on the planet by the simple expedient of persuading them that they were more intelligent than readers of the Daily Mail.

          • MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 10:04 pm #

            Well done, G.A.

            And that is hilarious.

          • Slugoon August 29, 2023 at 2:31 am #

            Those numbers may or may not be true, Alba, but they all danced to tune of masks and lockdowns, which was disastrous. I’ve got no doubt that most people will cave and fall in line rather than be personally inconvenienced in any way.

            Hope you are well!

          • GreenAlba August 29, 2023 at 7:14 am #

            I’m fine, thanks, Slugoon. Hope all is well in the semi-rural north-west!

            Saw an article from ‘The i’ just now (can’t find it again) pointing out how the masking, social distancing and lockdown sceptics have been found to be totally wrong because of the lives saved. You couldn’t make it up (well, they do).

  38. Zoltar August 28, 2023 at 4:52 pm #

    Our host keeps lit the torch of hope that this corrupt regime will be overthrown, that the American public will escape the thrall of corporate media brainwashing, and that the good old U S of A will soon get a reboot and, with it, a chance to put things right.

    I can’t help but notice that almost none of the regular readers of this forum have the least bit of hope for any of that.

    I don’t, either.

    Two years from now I see President Newsom thanking the American sheeple for obediently wearing masks 24/7, reminding us to keep getting our weekly boosters, and anyone asking about the massive vote-counting fraud that put him in office the previous November being disappeared without a trace.

  39. FGB3 August 28, 2023 at 4:59 pm #

    “Do you really think Americans will comply with another round of this malicious nonsense”?

    I wouldn’t be at all surprised. What percentage of Americans went “all in” on all the Covid stuff back in that time? And I presume never woke up. They’ll be back with their little white masks in short order. And getting all shot up in the arm again.

    Never underestimate the stupidity of the American people en masse.

  40. MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 6:11 pm #

    Here come the maskers. Saw the first one in our building at work, and it was a young ‘un, probably 30 tops.

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    • DaveO907 August 28, 2023 at 6:18 pm #

      We’re doomed to civil conflict. I just intercepted this message (from a guy I once admired.)
      This proves the likely impossibility of resolving our differences peacefully. I’m still shaking my head at how deeply the willful ignorance goes…. and then becomes stupidity.


      • Disaffected August 28, 2023 at 6:37 pm #

        You just can’t fix stupid. Can’t do it!

        • beantownbill. August 29, 2023 at 11:23 am #

          Dis, maybe you can make a fortune starting a stupid repair business. Lord knows, we need one.

      • Islander August 28, 2023 at 8:07 pm #

        I have been seeing people in masks the whole time since whenever. IOW the masking never stopped completely.

        So, I wouldn’t panic and draw conclusions from seeing a few. Last night at the movies I only noticed two maskers, and they were a couple. They looked so ridiculous with these objects sticking out in front of their faces . . .

        But, there have always been a few of the permanently brainwashed.

        • MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 8:31 pm #

          I don’t panic about it, but it is annoying to be reminded what imbeciles people are.

        • The Man They Call Zazelle August 30, 2023 at 7:32 pm #

          Did they kiss?

  41. KesaAnna August 28, 2023 at 6:39 pm #

    ” Prohibition ended in 1933 ”

    — Vegan Shark

    No , it got re – named / re – packaged.

    And since in the opening stages it was primarily targeted at the Black community , they had 20 years of the frog in the pot of slowly boiling water.

    Indeed , it took Blacks themselves 50 years to figure out it was the same scheme re – packaged.

    By that time , just about everyone who was 20 or 30 years old in 1919 is dead ,

    and the vast majority still breathing remember all of this as normal , traditional.

    ” The New Normal ” has already happened.

    ” Perhaps instead of indulging their defeatism here, CFN commenters could better spend their time by contacting their elected representatives ”

    — Islander

    I don’t have any elected representatives.

    Anyway , I think I’m doing my bit trying to point out to people that Prohibition is bullshit.

    It’s an important issue I think.

    It seems to me only a small step from disarming bootleggers to disarming everybody.

    It seems to me only a small step from legitimizing the use of force against people because what they are doing you theorize is harmful ,
    to no Vax , no food.

    And many other things.

    Meanwhile , though I do NOT think you can prove the streets were safer in 1919 ,

    you ALSO CANNOT prove they are any safer than they were in 1919.

    • KesaAnna August 28, 2023 at 6:53 pm #

      * It seems to me only a small step from legitimizing the use of force against people because what they are doing you theorize is harmful ,
      to no Vax , no food.

      Correction ; no small step. It is the same thing.

      It sure looks to me like , the use of force is legitimate against people you theorize are doing something harmful , is precisely the narrative used by the no vax / no food crowd.

    • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 8:27 pm #

      The streets were safer then. Crime statistics matter.

      You love the subjective, being a creature of hurricane force whims. The objective cramps your style.

      In your utopia, men don’t exist, right? What does that tell you?

  42. jim August 28, 2023 at 6:49 pm #

    In my more optimistic moments, I like to believe that we may be on the cusp of something much more significant than the impeachment express–the first chaotic stirrings of a genuine, and at this point non-manipulated, collective resistance to what passes for our managerial status-quo.

    But the real emergence of such organic resistance may depend on our capacity to function as outlaws with the highest degree of self-restraint.

    One key issue becomes whether Donald Trump himself (now an officially designated outlaw) has acquired the wisdom to overcome his nihilistic egoism and begin to articulate a politics of limits–laying the foundation, through example, for a dramatically different type of authority in this country.

    A second key issue is whether we, as average citizens, still believe in ourselves as history-making beings capable of collective action.

    • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 8:05 pm #

      I find it very manipulative, cynical, and disingenuous how the extremist left is empowering black American prosecutors, judges, and district attorneys to lead this prosecution of Trump.
      By making it so obvious their thing, their mission for justice, is to make it racial. Not against Trump, but against his prosecution.
      It is nauseatingly cynical

      • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 8:29 pm #

        You’re not trying to give Blacks a pass I hope. Trying to insinuate that they lack moral agency? That’s they’re just big children?

        In any case, the ones involved deserve a spanking even if you’re right and they aren’t our equals.

        • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 8:44 pm #

          You know the prosecution of a former president and current leading contender of the opposition party does not happen without a strongly supported green light

          • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 9:25 pm #

            Refusal to answer noted.

        • Not_GeorgeT August 28, 2023 at 9:49 pm #

          I don’t agree with lumping ‘Blacks’ all into one group. Stereotyping comes to mind.

          It is late here on the East Coast, nearing 22:00. Possibly I can revisit this another day.

          As with may issues (not positions) there are a number of moving parts. Many more than a ‘sound byte’.

          • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 9:55 pm #

            49 percent don’t think it’s ok to be White. So that’s a big chunk right there, right? Do you know a priori which are the bad ones? And do the good ones reject the bad ones? Probably not, right?

            As Scott Adams says, It’s not going to get better. There is no solution except to avoid them.

          • Edge Lord August 28, 2023 at 10:02 pm #

            The Democrats don’t mind.
            They’re making the prosecution of Trump a “black” thing.

            It’s very obvious. They really do use the blacks like pieces on a chessboard.

            It’s very sickening

  43. Pucker August 28, 2023 at 7:08 pm #

    Is Joe Biden a “Policy Wonk”, like Henry Kissinger?

    Do you remember that Freudian book “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory”? The rich, secretive Oligarch, Willy Wonka, was giving out golden tickets to the little kids to visit his secretive, mysterious Chocolate Factory. That story is really about pedaphilia, right?

    Joe Biden always invites the little kids to visit the White House alone without their parents.

    Yes, it’s “That Bad”…..

    • Islander August 28, 2023 at 8:04 pm #

      Was that story by Roald Dahl?

      • Pucker August 28, 2023 at 8:11 pm #

        Who-the-Hell is Roald Dahl?

        • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 8:31 pm #

          You really don’t know who Raold Dohl is?

          • malthuss August 28, 2023 at 8:33 pm #

            2 of us dont know of him.

          • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 8:46 pm #

            I just ordered The Shiva Sutras. We can consider them a more advanced version of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, much like Kalergi’s, “Practical Idealism” is to the Protocols.

            The Protocols don’t even mention race per se, just Us and them. But race is the secret to undermining the West. And Kalergi focuses on this chink in our armor. We think that only ideas matter! Too “good” to focus on ourselves as biological entities, and as a sub-species – even as everyone else is doing so. People want Western Civilization without Whites and the Kingdom of Heaven without God right here on Earth.

        • Islander August 28, 2023 at 9:52 pm #

          Roald Dahl was the author of “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” you dolt.

          • Night Owl August 29, 2023 at 10:08 am #

            I remember being shocked by one of Roald Dahl’s more adult-oriented works that my elementary school library somehow had on the shelf.

            Not what I was accustomed to after The Witches, CatCF, JatGP, etc.

          • Islander August 29, 2023 at 2:58 pm #

            Dahl definitely had a dark side.

            Recently there was an article about him in the London Review of Books It appears to be not behind a paywall, after to do the “manage cookies” business ( I reject all).


            Burrow discussed the fact that there is a push on to Bowdlerize Dahl’s works to make them less unsettling to the woke snowflakes.

            Which, in light of the kinds of books that the woke are putting on school libraries shelves, seems totally absurd to me (Bowdlerizing good writers is absurd anyhow; it’s just another layer of absurdness and hypocrisy).

          • DaveO907 August 29, 2023 at 4:05 pm #

            Dahl is associated with Brit Intel as well.

      • DaveO907 August 28, 2023 at 8:35 pm #


        • DaveO907 August 28, 2023 at 8:36 pm #

          By Roald Dahl.

    • Woodchuck August 29, 2023 at 4:37 pm #

      “invites the little kids to visit the White House alone without their parents.”

      Hmmmm. Sounds like what was going on at Michael Jackson’s ranch?

      • Night Owl August 30, 2023 at 3:01 pm #

        MJ was set up.

  44. KesaAnna August 28, 2023 at 8:20 pm #

    ” If humans can manage to colonize Mars, maybe by 2171, something similar to your story could happen there, although a new species like that makes 2171 easily too early, unless by genetic engineering. Is that part of it? ”

    — Zazelle

    I tend to think 2171 is a bit early myself.

    On the other hand , in the book / movie , ” Never Let Me Go ” cloning is perfected in the late 1950’s – early 1960’s , and the story is set in the 1970’s – 1980’s and focuses on some non – person clones and their brief and seemingly pointless lives . Brief lives due to the harvesting of their organs.

    Setting the story in a past that has already not happened seems to do it no harm.

    As likewise George Orwells 1984 is 30 years past now.

    I’m not into Numerology , indeed I know nothing of it but the name.

    But I like numbers that end in one.

    And the year 1971 has great importance to me personally , but for reasons that would still take a wall of text , and you probably still wouldn’t fathom the importance , and not because you are stupid or anything.

    So ; 2171 is our year.

    Coincidentally , ” Never Let Me Go ” was my working title .

    Because while our Cassie is fully aware that the Smoking Bees could kill her at any time , she has lived her whole conscious life among them , and only wants to be one of them and accepted by them.

    But this guy I previously never heard of , Kazou Ishiguro , beat me to the title.

    ” genetic engineering. Is that part of it? ”

    Yes .

    But our narrator is Cassie , a teenage girl .

    The Smoking Bees don’t like to emphasize their human origins , but what comes through in the history that the Smoking Bees present is that humans wanted to create a human that was more docile and controllable.

    The old power and control thing.

    But they created instead a new species that was more cohesive , like Bees , and concerned with looking out for number one — their own species.

    All Cassie knows is that there is just one sex , and three – to – five year olds periodically show up at the doorstep of her commune to replace those who have died off.

    These little ones originate from the communes of the Ouslaufah .

    Cassie isn’t allowed any further than the front gate of an Ouslafah commune.

    And the girls of the Ouslaufah are the ones who really scare her or intimidate her.

    As I said before , Cassie is a kind of pet , and treated like a pet.

    But when she occasionally runs into Ouslaufah , those girls look at her with menace / malice.

    Ouslaufah wear pink and white uniforms , and are alternatively called Flamingoes .

    As to their fashion sense in general , imagine Soviet Army uniforms of the 1970’s , but with pleated miniskirts .

    Though the primary headgear for infantry Communes in her part of the world resembles the embroidered Mitre caps of grenadiers of the 18th Century.

    Anyway , the only other possible reference to genetic engineering is that in a large room of the administrative offices of her commune the ceiling is covered with about a hundred stuffed Ivory Billed Woodpeckers .

    A species already extinct or near extinct in the 20th Century.

    As I said they are very cohesive , they have no war , no crime , no prisons or police.

    On the other hand , they have no concept of privacy. None.

    And their religious services and holidays are decidedly militaristic.

    As I said , their holidays are war games.

    Cassie’s best friend , or handler , and herself , crew an anti – tank gun on holidays.

    This anti – tank gun ;


    Like the guy says , a weapon pretty much obsolete by 1941.

    But then the standard infantry weapon is a Snaphaunce , like this ;


    Rather unreal.

    Presumably when the humans were a problem they were using more practical weapons.

    But that is not unheard of.

    Japan made contact with Europeans around 1540 , and in the ensueing Japanese Civil War adopted fire arms in a big way.

    By 1601 and the end of the civil war , the Japanese were further along in fire arms technology than the europeans.

    After the civil war , though , Japan isolated itself from the world , and Japan was not particularly threatened by the outside world.

    So by the time Matthew Perry sailed into Tokyo harbor in 1850 ( ? )

    the Japanese were back to using the spears , bows , and swords that the Samurai preferred.

    So , yeah , militaristic , but very much a religious service or a holiday.

    • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 8:36 pm #

      Firearms ruin everything. The Way of the Sword maximizes the Warrior Dharma.

      What’s his name wrote that novel, you know the thing, where the protagonist (what’s his name), a genius, discovered a way out of the human dilemma, a way to make the male and the female, one so as to create Homo Noeticus. He knew there was no way they would they wouldn’t use his work and as a flawed member of the soon to be obsolete species, he killed himself.

    • BackRowHeckler August 28, 2023 at 8:51 pm #

      KA, it was the Portugese who introduced guns to Japan, in 1545 I believe. They traded 3 arbequeses (muskets most likely made by the Germans) to the Japanese, who used them as a template to build an entire national firearms industry.

      I find it pretty amazing that the Portugese made it all the way to Japan by the 1540s (and as I mentioned, along with Japanese soldiers and the Spanish Navy, invaded Cambodia in 1593 lol)

    • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 9:35 pm #

      Soon after Portugal brought in a huge number of Black slaves – the only country in Europe to do so. It became ten percent Black! Slavery ended and the Blacks disappeared into the population – as did Portugal’s Empire and greatness.

      No White Western Nation can sustain such a blow to its genotype.

      • Woodchuck August 29, 2023 at 7:37 pm #

        We don’t need empires anymore. We don’t need “greatness”. We’ll never be “great again”, instead we’ll be average. If being average isn’t good enough, well, tough shit! Average republics fail at around 250 years old, we’re about there. People like you and others in here will argue that we’re above average and must stay that way forever. That’s a delusion.

        It’s the same sort of delusion suffered by so many males are upset and depressed about their penises being of average length. Average seems to be around 5.5 inches according to the most reliable studies out there. It never occurs to all these males suffering from anxiety about just being an average guy – that the vagina averages around 4 inches in depth. An average woman might not like a 7 inch penis banging away on her cervix and causing other discomforts. But the average guy insists that if his isn’t at least 7 inches like on the porn sites he watches – something is wrong! Being average just ain’t gonna cut it with the ladies. And for the USA to just exist as an ordinary, average, minding my own business sort of country that doesn’t attack its neighbors?

        Nope! Can’t have that! We’re not about to put up with having average sized 5 inch dicks. And we’re not about to be an average country that has no empire. Only empires can have the big dicks and get the right to strut around on the world stage displaying for everyone to see. The rest of the average nations just need to lower their eyes and shut up – the big dick’s in town and there is nothing to be done about it.

      • The Man They Call Zazelle August 29, 2023 at 8:13 pm #

        It’s evolution, if with the usual attempts– intellectually or otherwise– to socially (and/or otherwise) engineer or guide it.

        Over time, however, I’m unsure the engineering parts of it matter all that much– assuming they gain any traction– such as where nature has the final say and the human-engineered bits, where they’re unfit, get filtered out.

        It’s perhaps like some hypothetical dystopian collapse of a society that leaves all its dog breeds to finally breed of their own volition among each other. Over time, lots of attributes get filtered out until the breeds have all been re-wilded, with an appearance to match. I can think of some breeds that might not make it, can you?

        ‘White’– let’s accept the term at face-value for the sake of argument here– happened some time ago because nature ‘decided’ upon it within certain sets of contexts (it was ‘fit’ for its time and place) that are outside of current contexts that will continue to drift further afield as time goes on, thus changing what is ‘fit’.

        Nature, rather than, say, some anons online, has the best and final say on what is and will be fit, going forward.

        • Jarek August 30, 2023 at 12:42 pm #

          Still think race is just skin color? You’re not even part of the conversation then.

          You think animals are better than people though you aren’t honest enough to say it so bluntly and honestly. Admitting to a value system is so middle class….

          As Chesterton said, Only dead things (or very primitive forms of life) simply go with the flow. Even fish fight against it to get back home and lay their eggs. Even animals are often higher than your reductionism.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle August 30, 2023 at 5:48 pm #

            Still think race is just skin color?” ~ Jarek

            Of course not and that’s the whole point or one of the main ones and a problem for those who would try so hard and obtusely to engineer reality for their own limited perspectives.

            They might get their reality, but then watch it slip away into the abyss of time.

            Time and I are good friends, Jarek.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle August 30, 2023 at 8:19 pm #

            See also here: August 30, 2023 at 8:14 pm

    • Not_GeorgeT August 28, 2023 at 10:08 pm #

      KA, I recall a viable plan, done in stages, to make the planet Mars inhabitable with an atmosphere developed in stages to mirror Earth.

      This was around 1990. 2171 doesn’t seem out of the question. What I think is more a standout is the plans appear stalled for the past 30+ years.

      For the past 30+ years I’ve wondered why we as a species are not acting on those ideas.

      Is the collective self-interest not yet advanced to the point of the inhabitants seeing this long view as viable?

      I recall a recounting of a church group in England planting an oak tree grove. They had no particular need for the oak trees in their present time.

      Advance the time line 400 years, the descendants of the planting group needed to build a new church building to replace the now well-worn one, …and there was this 400 year old well-developed oak grove just waiting to meet their need.

      • Paula D August 29, 2023 at 7:46 pm #

        Wouldn’t it be better to keep the Earth habitable, then to spend Earth’s resources trying to make Mars habitable?

        Is it really wise to strip the resources of the planet we evolved to live on, in a futile attempt to go to another one, and see if it works out better there?

        • beantownbill. August 29, 2023 at 10:44 pm #

          I hear what you are saying, Paula, but to me, I feel a spiritual need for us to explore the universe. As someone said (Robert Heinlein or somebody of that caliber), we shouldn’t put all our eggs in one planet. Financially, there’s no near timeline on making money out of this endeavor, but compared to the Earth’s total resources, such a project would relatively take but a pittance of them.

    • The Man They Call Zazelle August 29, 2023 at 8:42 pm #

      Sometimes these stories can be good. I recall an odd but enjoyable one by Spider Robinson, call Telempath.

  45. Pucker August 28, 2023 at 8:53 pm #

    Do the Russian people know that Catherine the Great liked to literally do it with a male horse and that her kid, Peter the Great, found her sexual proclivities hugely embarrassing?

    What do we know about the Russian oligarchs today?

    They seem to float around on huge, fancy yachts?

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    • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 9:12 pm #

      Did he know which stallion was his father? I mean since genetics doesn’t matter but rather only diversity. Robins don’t date Robins anymore but only anything but Robins.

    • Islander August 28, 2023 at 9:59 pm #

      Pucker, you really are a dolt.

      You are retailing crap.

      There is not one jot of evidence for such a stupid idea.

      And, what the hell does this crap have to do with this thread?

      Find something intelligent to contribute.

      • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 10:13 pm #

        How dare you speak to Pucker like this? He contributes greatly!

        He was the one to reveal that Western Women are mostly Witches!

      • Pucker August 29, 2023 at 3:22 am #

        Thank you very much.

        Scene from the movie “Deliverance”:

        Ned starts sobbing into his mashed potatoes. Bobby to break the tension interjects:

        “This corn sure is special, ain’t it?”

    • Woodchuck August 29, 2023 at 4:33 pm #

      There is not a shred of historical evidence supporting this claim about Catherine doing it with a horse. Well, to make sure about this, I spent a bit of time googling this topic. First I’d heard about this particular bit of mythology happened long ago in college when I’d been taking some classes in Russian. And it’s such a silly claim to make. Horses are very powerful and potentially dangerous animals. A woman attempting such a thing is asking for a trip to the ER – or even the graveyard.

      • Islander August 29, 2023 at 7:07 pm #

        Catherine was very powerful, very attractive, very enlightened (she spoke multiple languages and had a correspondence with Voltaire).

        She had a succession of lovers—not all that many—each of which was more or less her “favorite” who also supported her politically and at court.

        Then she met Potemkin. He was Catherine’s most important political and romantic partner.

        During her reign Russia drove the Golden Horde out of the Ukraine (Mala Rossiya) and the Crimea for once and for all and incorporated both lands in Russia. Catherine built the city of Sebastopol to be a headquarters for the Russian navy.

        In 1787 Catherine made a six-month tour of the incorporated lands, traditionally called the Taurida Voyage.


        Tiny minds mocking Catherine the Great is just pathetic and cringe-inducing.

  46. tom clark August 28, 2023 at 8:57 pm #

    Demand unwavering loyalty from everyone but be beholden to no one. Must be a nice gig if you can get it.

  47. Jarek August 28, 2023 at 9:10 pm #

    CDC Now Refusing New COVID Vaccine Adverse Event Reports in Its V-Safe Program
    BrownStone Institute. August 24, 2023

    By David Gortler
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) V-safe website quietly stopped collecting adverse event reports with no reason or explanation. The V-safe website simply states: “Thank you for your participation. Data collection for COVID-19 vaccines concluded on June 30, 2023.” If you go there today, V-safe directs users to the FDA’s VAERS website for adverse event reporting, even though officials continually derided VAERS as “passive” and “unverified.”

    VAERS and V-safe are mutually exclusive safety collection databases operated by the FDA and CDC, respectively. VAERS is an older way of collecting safety data where one can fill out a form online, or manually, or by calling a toll-free number, whereas V-safe is a device “app” which requires online registration. Both VAERS and V-safe collect personal information, lot numbers, dates and associated information, but V-safe was an active collection system geared towards a younger app-using demographic.

    Here is the last report before deletion.

    Does this mean that the CDC believes that the mRNA Covid-19 injections are so safe, there is no need to monitor adverse event reports any longer? What is the argument against continued monitoring, especially since the V-safe website was already up and paid for?

    While CDC’s V-safe was stealthily and abruptly turned off, refusing to accept new safety reports, to this very day the CDC continues to urge everyone ages 6 months and older to stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines and boosters.

    As a drug safety expert, I personally can’t cite another example of any agency or manufacturer halting collection of safety data. It seems even worse because mRNA technology is relatively new with long-term toxicity manifestations being unknown. On top of this, both manufacturers and the FDA refuse to share the list of ingredients, such as lipid nanoparticles, which could affect individuals differently and take a long time to manifest clinically.

    Safety Data Collection Should Never Stop

    Now, contrast that with the fact that the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) will still accept a safety report for a 30-year-old Ford Bronco II. Indeed, this is an oddly specific example, but only because I drove this exact vehicle as a family hand-me-down as a student, through my residency, fellowship, for my tenure as a Yale professor on the mean streets of New Haven and even during my years at the FDA as a medical officer /senior medical analyst.

    Like mRNA shots, Bronco IIs are still available on the market and people are still using them up to this very day. My Bronco became an intermittent topic of conversation with friends and FDA colleagues. One day, I was informed by a patrolling security guard at the FDA that it was the oldest car on campus.

    I didn’t know much about cars (or mRNA technology) back then, but when a fellow FDA-er informed me that my Bronco II had noteworthy safety problems and that the NHTSA still had their eye on this vehicle (rollover accidents were more common and more fatal) I addressed the problem: I got rid of the reliable relic, even though I really liked it.

    NHTSA is still accepting safety reports on things like my 30-year-old Ford Bronco II, but the CDC isn’t accepting new safety reports on 2-year old novel mRNA vaccines.

    CDC No longer accepting safety reports despite rapidly increasing safety findings:

    Unlike my old Bronco, mRNA injections have only been on the market for about two years, and according to the FDA Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database, mRNA “vaccines” have been named the primary suspect in over 1.5 million adverse event reports, of which there are >20,000 heart attacks and >27,000 cases of myocarditis and pericarditis just in the USA alone. Worldwide numbers would be greater. According to many references, including an FDA-funded study out of Harvard, VAERS reports represent fewer than 1 percent of vaccine adverse events that actually occur.

    Interestingly, the NHTSA link above on my Ford Bronco II only shows: one parts recall, one investigation and 23 complaints, and still features a button in the upper right hand corner for submitting new complaints.

    Wikipedia defines an humanitarian crisis or humanitarian disaster as a: “singular event or a series of events that are threatening in terms of health, safety or well-being of a community or large group of people.” Based on VAERS and previous V-safe findings, adverse events from mRNA shots in the USA alone could be considered a humanitarian crisis.

    Despite those alarming clinical findings, the CDC has concluded that collecting new safety reports is somehow no longer in the interest of America’s public health. Existing data from the V-safe site showed around 6.5 million adverse events/health impacts out of 10.1 million users, with around 2 million of those people unable to conduct normal activities of daily living or needing medical care, according to a third-party rendering of its findings. In other words, despite mRNA shots still being widely available and the CDC promoting its continued use, it’s “case closed” with regards to collecting new safety reports under today’s federal public health administration.

    Will the CDC opine on the existing data or justify its halting of collecting new safety data? To the best of my knowledge, stopping the collection of public health information doesn’t have a clinical justification or scientific precedence — especially when it comes to an actively marketed product.

    In George Orwell’s 1984, characters were told by The Party to “reject the evidence of your eyes and ears.” Now, the CDC isn’t even allowing that evidence to be collected for viewing (and prospective rejecting). It’s a terrible idea for any product, let alone novel mRNA technologies.

    • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 9:29 pm #

      Is a Brownstone just a higher class “Triple Decka” as we say in Boston? Does it always have three stories?

      Triple Deckers are wood. I grew up in a Yellowstone, but across the street were Triple Deckers. It was the only Yellowstone I’ve ever seen.

      • Islander August 28, 2023 at 10:07 pm #

        A brownstone building is made of brownstone.


        A lot of buildings in American cities were made of brownstone in the latter half of the nineteenth century.

        • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 10:08 pm #

          Number of stories?

          • Islander August 28, 2023 at 10:11 pm #

            You’re on your own now.

        • BackRowHeckler August 29, 2023 at 6:52 am #

          Most of that brownstone came from the quarries right here in Portland, Ct. I think there is still one mine left, a kind of boutique operation, but mostly they are abandoned, filled with water, hundreds of yards deep and a place, every few years or so, a reckless teenager drowns while drinking & swimming.

        • GreenAlba August 29, 2023 at 6:58 am #

          Here, we call that red sandstone. Glasgow is largely built with it. In Edinburgh the sandstone is yellow. Well, buff coloured, I suppose, but it’s called yellow sandstone.

          Maybe our red sandstone is slightly redder than your brownstone – hard to tell on a screen as calibration is never the same from one computer to another.

      • Not_GeorgeT August 28, 2023 at 10:11 pm #

        ‘Is a Brownstone just a higher class “Triple Decka” ‘

        I’d say the Back Bay is a lot different from Dorchester.

        • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 10:14 pm #

          You gut that right.

        • Islander August 28, 2023 at 11:27 pm #

          A brownstone is a much better class of housing than a double- or triple-decker.

          As for fire trap, I hope you have the common sense and wherewithal to choose to live in an brownstone in the Back Bay or the South End, not in a triple-decker in Somerville or Dorchester (pron Dowahchesta).

          • stelmosfire August 29, 2023 at 9:28 am #

            Many of those triple-deckers had asphalt shingle siding. FF’s call it gasoline siding. Shit burns quick and hot. Vinyl siding is not much better.

    • GreenAlba August 28, 2023 at 9:33 pm #

      With DES, it took them 40 years to pull the drug. They found that it gave cancer to the daughters of the women who took it (kudos to whoever spotted that). No-one knows if it will give cancer to the granddaughters, as far as I know.

      • Islander August 28, 2023 at 10:13 pm #

        And don’t forget thalidomide.

        They “thought it was safe for pregnant women.”

        • Islander August 28, 2023 at 10:14 pm #

          Until the birth defects started popping out.

  48. BULLITT August 28, 2023 at 9:28 pm #

    I had three COVID Shots. I still got COVID. I was reading about a year ago about the VAERS Report. It lists some of the issues with the vaccine. I’m 77 years old and came up with Crohn’s Disease about 6-8 months after the shots. The VAERS Report says Crohn’s can be caused by the vaccine. I questioned my PCP, my Gastro doctor.\, and my Cardio doctor. Not one of them new about VAERS and the consequences of the vaccine. Mt eye doctor just had breast cancer and my Cardio doctor’s wife has breast cancer. They had the shots. My Cardio doctor told me his wife of 60 was very healthy and had no family history of breast cancer.
    My mother age 98 was in decent health for her age. Eight months after the vaccine she died of COVID/Heart Failure. My best friend’s wife age 75, died in April. Her lungs were full of blood clots after the shots. My cousin age 38 in excellent health died in his sleep after the shot.
    I’m sure none of this was reported.
    Honestly, someone should be executed for this tragedy! But the big money will move on and look at us as just another bunch of dumb animals that they can use and abuse!

    • Islander August 28, 2023 at 10:17 pm #

      What a travesty.

      Did you take the opportunity to enlighten your PCP and other drs? They must be told of the seriously of their dereliction of duty, and their kicking the Hippocratic Oath to the curb.

      At least you have survived the Crohn’s, but you have sustained major losses. It is so horrifying to hear of this sequence of loss.
      Perhaps are in a good position to warn others of the dangers of these shots.

    • MaryQueen August 28, 2023 at 10:56 pm #

      This is really horrible to read. So sorry this happened to your family and friends, and yourself.

    • Dr Zonk August 29, 2023 at 12:06 am #

      My 105 year-old grandmother was tough as nails, smart as a whip, 100% German. They jabbed her in Jan. 2020. She had a stroke two or three months after that. She left this realm in the summer of 2021. Her name was Mary.

      My cousin’s 18 year-old son died in his sleep Dec. 30, 2022 after having a clot from his thumb to his shoulder removed months earlier.

      [they] look at us as just another bunch of dumb animals that they can use and abuse!


      • malthuss August 29, 2023 at 12:55 pm #


        • Q. Shtik August 29, 2023 at 1:32 pm #

          OMG malthuss, such strong language!

    • The Man They Call Zazelle August 29, 2023 at 8:52 pm #

      My mother had her first shot split into two doses at two different times. She took the first dose shot and immediately got some odd health issues that went away. I successfully convinced her, after her reading a whole lot of material I printed out, not to take the second dose, nor any boosters. She is and has been fine.

    • The Man They Call Zazelle August 29, 2023 at 8:54 pm #

      My condolences incidentally.

  49. Pucker August 28, 2023 at 9:32 pm #

    Do you remember when the Cuban exile assassin had Fidel Castro lined up in the sights of his bazooka, and then he chickened out at the last minute?

    What a Big Latino Pussy!

  50. Pucker August 28, 2023 at 9:42 pm #

    Assuming that the AI really knows me better than I know myself, then do you think that someday they’ll give me one of those big cakes from which a naked dumb blonde pops out of the top of the cake and shouts “Surprise!”?

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  51. Pucker August 28, 2023 at 9:46 pm #

    Don’t tell my Wife about the woman in Room 237 of the Overlook Hotel…..

    • Jarek August 28, 2023 at 10:11 pm #

      By Rosicrucian addition:


      This indicates that a third party is going to get involved, either your wife or a little stranger, a rug rat….

    • SoftStarLight August 29, 2023 at 2:37 am #

      Oh don’t worry, you’re secret is safe with me, Puckie lol

  52. Mike Sherman August 28, 2023 at 11:04 pm #

    “So far, the cabal running the “Joe Biden” show has avoided nuclear war as a distraction from what is hands-down the worst scandal in American history, way worse than Watergate. The four absurd Trump prosecutions are all ginned-up now, but may have peaked for distraction power — months of dull procedural wrangling lie ahead. “JHK

    So, Biden et al are clearly criminals, but where’s Comer’s proof? The stuff that, in his own words, he ‘hopes’ to find.

    Yet the indictments of Trump & his collection of pathetic lawyerly minions are just “ginned up”? Okay – so I can’t believe my lying eyes, huh? FFS.

    • SoftStarLight August 29, 2023 at 2:34 am #

      To some degree I argue that proof represents privilege. Firstly, no one is required to provide you evidence of any kind. And if you really believe that your eyes need evidence to tell you the truth then you are only fooling yourself. That is why there is going to be all of the procedural wrangling. The Biden clan has much greater levels of privilege than the Trump clan. That factoid should inform you that the Biden clan is already starting out on the wrong side of the judicial scale. Privilege is not obtained by being goody two shoes in the current milieu.

      • Mike Sherman August 29, 2023 at 8:27 pm #

        @SSL – huh? Do you really think any of that makes any kind of actual sense?

        Then you misuse a word like “factoid”…

        an assumption or speculation that is reported and repeated so often that it becomes accepted as fact.

      • Anthea August 29, 2023 at 11:46 pm #

        What is it with liberals and objective reality?

        Every conversation with a liberal devolves into them telling you, “How DARE you….” interject facts, data, statistics, truth, or objective reality into the discussion.

        Another favorite liberal gambit is to tell you that you don’t have a RIGHT to have an opinion (for “opinion,” read “facts, reality, and black-letter law) about any of the various tenets of the liberal faith, whether it be about covid, the vaccines, crime, climate change, etc.

    • MaryQueen August 29, 2023 at 10:09 am #

      JHK listed the proof.

      Maybe read the article again.

      • Paula D August 29, 2023 at 12:56 pm #

        The Babylon Bee nailed Mike Sherman to a T.

        • MaryQueen August 29, 2023 at 11:16 pm #


      • Mike Sherman August 29, 2023 at 8:28 pm #

        He listed nothing but speculation and hearsay he gleaned from his increasingly deranged right-wing nutjob sources.

        • MaryQueen August 29, 2023 at 11:07 pm #

          I saw the video of Biden bragging about blackmailing the Ukrainian official.

          How’d you miss that?

    • Anthea August 29, 2023 at 11:19 pm #

      @ Mike Sherman:

      If I’m not mistaken, there are absolute reams of proof against the Bidens, in the form of bank records. I’m reminded of the Babylon Bee headline, “Democrats say it will take a lot more than eyewitness testimony, bank records, audio, video, complete confessions for them to believe Biden did anything wrong.”

      As far as I can tell, many or most of the charges against Trump are directly or indirectly related to him questioning the 2020 election, and are thus highly bizarre.

      Puzzling that you can’t figure this out.

      • benr August 31, 2023 at 9:57 am #

        What is puzzling about a shill shilling for their candidate at all costs even when presented with massive evidence they are not good people?

  53. Islander August 28, 2023 at 11:23 pm #

    Lots of good, wide-ranging discussion, overview, and analysis at the UK Column today:


  54. Dr Zonk August 28, 2023 at 11:51 pm #

    What do you make of this?

    Keeners should start at 36:50 [the first 15 seconds are unrelated but kinda freaky!].

    If you are pressed for time, go directly to 39:05


    There is a mass murder here, a holocaust, a burnt sacrifice.

    I charge Joe Biden with treason.

    There were five suicides in Lahaina today.

    • Dr Zonk August 29, 2023 at 12:33 am #

      Edgy’s brain: “maybe … maybe …”
      Edgy’s fingers: “That is fake news and that sombre, Hawaiian-looking guy who makes these horrible claims against our government and then leads us in prayer is a … reverse crisis actor hired by … … Morgan Fairchild!”


      Less than three weeks and an eyewitness/victim has publicly called it “a holocaust,” Edgy. Maybe my claims of “genocide” are much more aligned with the reality of USA Inc. than your feeble, little brain could handle.

      You best bet is to get jabbed in the fall, Edgy. Stick with the program and you will own nothing and be as happy as a cow in the meadow. Well, stockade and slaughterhouse but you get my drift.

      I did not know that stelmo was a multi-decade fireman. Once I found that out, I asked him questions. “Asking an expert questions is not being out of one’s realm, Dude. Asking an expert questions is how one gathers intel, Dude.”

      • elysianfield August 29, 2023 at 11:42 am #

        Not only was the Saint a fireman…he also owns a weed eater….

        Just sayin’

    • SoftStarLight August 29, 2023 at 2:19 am #

      I can very easily imagine that Lahaina representa a mass ritual sacrifice to Molech. There are many different ritual sacrifices that have occurred. This is one of them. The southern border, the jabs, Las Vegas, Nashville, and the list goes on and on. I’ve even thought the Boxing Day tsunami could be one.

      • MaryQueen August 29, 2023 at 10:07 am #

        That concert where 8 died where the stage was a portal to hell? And the 8 who died were hit with something? Everyone there had to be vaxxed. It was very weird. The lead performer didn’t stop singing when the people were dying. Very little coverage…

        • SoftStarLight August 29, 2023 at 12:03 pm #

          Oh yeah, the Astroworld Festival. Yeah that was definitely a Satanic ritual and sacrifice. The graphene oxide in the jabbed concertgoers was supposedly activated to cause heart attacks and then those souls were supposedly sucked through the Portal into the nether realms and the Devil was able to feast on the energies of those souls. Really freaky stuff happening everywhere at this point.

        • Jarek August 29, 2023 at 12:43 pm #

          Kanye appeared with this guy recently just to confirm his return to the fold.

          Conversions to Christianity can fail. His did.

      • Edge Lord August 29, 2023 at 1:36 pm #

        This place is worse than the National Enquirer
        They were crushed.
        It’s not the first time this has happened at a music festival.

        • Dr Zonk August 29, 2023 at 3:59 pm #

          How many jabs have you had, Edgy?

          Are you pumped for your annual two-fer? Flu & the COVIDs. That’s why God gave you two arms, you know?

        • SoftStarLight August 29, 2023 at 4:16 pm #

          Ok so even if they were crushed they could have still been considered to be a sacrifice?

        • MaryQueen August 29, 2023 at 11:17 pm #

          No, they weren’t, according to witnesses.

      • Islander August 29, 2023 at 3:09 pm #

        It was a terrible event.
        Please return to Earth.


        • SoftStarLight August 29, 2023 at 4:31 pm #

          I’m on the Earth. It was very horrible for sure. It seems like more could have been done to help the people. It doesn’t seem like Travis Scott or the people running the concert did enough to try to get people to disperse out. The setup was almost like it was done for stampede conditions. I dunno. Very odd honestly.

      • Rooftop Observer August 29, 2023 at 8:21 pm #

        is there any disaster, anywhere, anytime, that you wouldn’t think was some kind of ‘mass ritual sacrifice to Moloch’?

      • tuco22 August 29, 2023 at 9:48 pm #

        I was thinking the same thing myself, that this was another huge blood sacrifice to usher in the power for their next stage.

        • MaryQueen August 29, 2023 at 11:19 pm #

          Maybe these people don’t know what a satanic ritual looks like.

          One doesn’t have to be religious to understand someone else is a satanist, not sure what puts them in such denial, esp. since so many of the elites flat out admit it and talk about their own rituals.

  55. Amman August 28, 2023 at 11:52 pm #

    Argentina, Egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates are joining the BRICS group of nations. The six newcomers will become full-fledged members starting 1 January 2024.

    Ringing in the New Year.

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    • Dr Zonk August 29, 2023 at 12:09 am #

      Operation Sandman: There is a school of thought that believes that BRICS will fulfill biblical prophesy and crash the entire Western financial house of cards one day.

      • SoftStarLight August 29, 2023 at 1:40 am #

        I felt like it was an omen too. I have never heard of Operation Sandman before.

      • Amman August 29, 2023 at 1:04 pm #

        Ouch! I don’t think its a smart move to mixing up biblibal scripture and what the owners and controllers of global financial capital are thinking and going to do.

        On a happy note, there is a school of thought in an Muslim BRICS country telling of a Golden age. Not much publicized but its there.

        • Dr Zonk August 29, 2023 at 3:56 pm #

          What? The Bible teaches us much about the rise of the Beast System. Of course the bad guys are characters with roles and deeds in this majestic fulfillment of His word.

          • Amman August 29, 2023 at 10:24 pm #

            The Bible teaches much, each according to his capacity but this burden, this “Beast system”, will be destroyed.

          • Dr Zonk August 30, 2023 at 12:30 am #

            Yes. God wins.

    • JohnAZ August 29, 2023 at 2:08 pm #

      Brazil and Argentina

      Well, there goes the Monroe Doctrine!

      • Islander August 29, 2023 at 3:10 pm #


      • Amman August 29, 2023 at 10:34 pm #

        Brazil and Argentina are the BRICS countries of the NEW World known as South and North America.

        These 2 want to be free to create BRICS-style Economic projects in their southern hemisphere. But they will still be able to benefit – deal and trade – with other BRICS and Non-BRICS countries.

  56. SoftStarLight August 29, 2023 at 1:17 am #

    I’m a little hesitant about trains. The accommodations better be nice, and the ride better not be too bumpy lol. But maybe the destination will be worth it. Honestly I would like a lot more than impeachment though. Military tribunals with the traitor treatment for treasoners would be interesting. Other possibilities could certainly be entertained. Well anyway, thank you Mr. K. I am really hopeful that the country will en masse at least disavow the covid psyop. I do think the diehard covidians are a minority faction.

  57. KesaAnna August 29, 2023 at 1:30 am #

    ” In your utopia, men don’t exist, right? What does that tell you? ”

    — Jarek.

    Lots of things ! ^ – ^

    Like in the factory where I worked we once had a group of Vietnamese Montagnards , fresh off the boat , come in .

    They stayed about a year and a half , and left as a group.

    They spoke fluent French , but not English.

    They were very small people , about the size of your typical 12 year old girl.

    One image that still stands out in my mind is a guy that size tooting a 25 foot long wood roof truss across the floor by himself.

    No question but that they were hard people.

    I was retroactively not surprised that the cousins of these little people won the war.

    Another example is the founder of N.W.A . , Easy – E , who at 25 still looked to be about 12 .

    In a favorite song he sings ,

    ” with a gat ( gun ) , it don’t matter if he’s smaller or bigger.

    ( size don’t mean shit , he’s from the old school , fool ! ) ”


    Another thing was the sexual Revolution may have been the Pill and Hugh Hefner in 1969 ?

    But now it’s a pointless Puritan witch hunt every six months or a year and a half ,

    I can’t recall what the bullshit trouble was then ,

    but I got the idea then when the thought occurred to me , ” Well if you are that butt hurt , why not use all his fancy technology you got and reduce it to one sex .

    Problem solved .


    But no doubt some new problems created.

    Like I suppose if a guy could fit in in their society , and liked his girls small or young , he might think he had landed in paradise the first day or so , but after that think he had landed in Hell.

    Like after the fifth or sixth stranger pats you on the butt and sticks their tongue in your mouth,

    or after the 20th one , after eating lots of Garlic , still stands less than a foot away from you.

    Speaking of meals , some stranger plops down in your lap , and starts eating out of your bowl , with your spoon.

    Or they all wear uniforms , made in uniform sizes , so if one needs a size A overcoat to go out in the weather , and yours it’s sitting there , they will take it. And that isn’t stealing , they all do it.

    So flu season hits them really hard , but they go right on doing that shit.

    Definitely not paradise if you are a germaphobe.

    And you better not complain , because they brag about exterminating billions of humans.

    And I thought the idea of the death knell of mankind taking the form of a petite , doll – like little girl was sick.

    Some folks rate the Twilight Zone episode , ” Living Doll ” one of the most unsettling.


    I just replace the doll with the little girl.

    Also , it seems to me that if you are sincerely going to defend totalitarianism as a utopian ideal ,

    it’s very likely that at some point the idea that you need a new species will at least cross your mind.

    • SoftStarLight August 29, 2023 at 3:00 am #

      Maybe it doesn’t have to be so scary after all though? Maybe the world simply needs just a little more caring and sharing. Maybe if it wasn’t too much to ask that people follow the rules. But it all is apparently too much to ask. And thus you get your horror show. Talky Tina simply said you better be nice to me. If you consider that is it really too much to ask? It is a relevant discussion. Many people will tell you that its just way too much of an effort for them to be nice or to do right etc. When people are nasty and brutish and cruel does the revenge of the killer dolls really bother you all that much.

      • KesaAnna August 29, 2023 at 3:18 am #

        Now that I think about it ,

        there is a line in a Stevie Nicks song , ” ….sometimes I am surrounded by too much love. ”

        And in another one , ” in the sea of love , where every one of you would love to drown. ”

        So I thought , ” What if the world was really like that ? Would it be heaven , or would it be hell ? Would it be heaven AND hell ?

        • KesaAnna August 29, 2023 at 3:42 am #

          ” does the revenge of the killer dolls really bother you all that much. ”

          Not me.

          Like in the commune where Cassie lives they have a really big meat locker.

          So when summer comes , many girls go down to the meat locker to sleep . But a lot of girls have that idea , and a meat locker is really cold.

          So it typically means sleeping entwined with three or four other girls.

          Very cozy , if that’s your point of view ?

          Or on a cold winter night the kitchens will be so packed with girls you can’t cross the room without stepping on someone.

          The overflow goes out to the garage where they fire up the huge station wagon limousines they have.

          The little girls will cuddle up on the hood over the engine , and the older girls will hang around back at the exhaust pipe.

          I think it has a rustic , brutish charm to it.

          • SoftStarLight August 29, 2023 at 11:55 am #

            Well, at least you know someone will be there for you. Entwined like geckos lol. It makes sense that it would be heaven and hell at the same time. It sort of represents the perfect marriage of the dual aspects. Which in reality is what nature and things tend to during the course of time. So not much different than things are now. Different in form and appearance perhaps but not fundamentally different in nature.

          • Jarek August 29, 2023 at 12:33 pm #

            Hard core Lesbian soft core here. Cue up the music.

            What’s the music, Kesh?