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Boston, Massachusetts, may be even more Woked-up than the Pacific Coast cities. By “Woked-up” I mean susceptible to a quasi-religious frenzy that compels the performance of moral atonement scripts with an emphasis on obeisance to “experts” (credentialed hierophants) — such as Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, Dr. Klaus Schwab, and the various distinguished authors of Critical Race Theory. But it was still a bit of a shock last week to see the Boston Red Sox playing in sky blue and yellow uniforms in solidarity with the neo-Nazi failing state, Ukraine. I’d be surprised if Xander Bogaerts and Rafael Devers could find Ukraine on a map.

News flash to Boston: Russia’s “special operation” in Ukraine is all over except the shouting. Plus, nobody in the USA cares about it anymore, and if they do, probably for the wrong reasons. The right reason to care is that the “Joe Biden” regime’s insane campaign to destroy Russia has only brought Western Europe to the brink of collapse and ruin, thereby threatening the continuation of Western Civilization altogether.

You don’t hear much chatter about this emanating from, say, Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government because, apparently, they’re all-in on the demolition of Western Civ. It is the ultimate act of atonement, and atonement for the sins of culture and politics is the currency for personal status in Woke Elitedom. America’s elites are secretly disgusted with themselves, especially about the wealth they have been able to grift out of all the racketeering that has replaced honest work in our country — and nowhere is the racketeering more grotesque, or more pretentiously caparisoned, than in the Ivy League universities. Status drives Wokery because Woke Elitedom has more money than it knows what to do with, so just having a lot of money means less than it used to — just ask Senator Elizabeth Warren.

Don’t worry. Soon they will have a lot less money. Or rather, first they will have a lot of money that’s worthless and then they will have no money, like everybody else. The demoralizing inflation underway leads to the destruction of credit and when enough credit is destroyed, there will be no money, since our money is based on credit. When that happens, see what your self-proclaimed moral purity will buy you.

The credit-driven money system is a metaphor representing the expectation that we will always have more of everything. That was surely the consensus in 1913 when the Federal Reserve was born. 1913 was the last year of the Belle Époque, the beautiful era preceding the First World War. It was also the coming-of-age of economies based on oil. In that moment, Western Civ stood in amazement at its achievements and in thrall to its glittering future. The slaughter in the trenches of WWI shattered that confidence, nowhere more deeply than in Germany, which afterwards lurched from the degeneracy of the Weimar Republic to the depravity of Hitler’s Third Reich, and from there back to ruin in the Second World War.

Today’s Woke Elitedom of Europe, led by Germany, is deliberately driving the EU nations into a ditch without bothering to go to war. They certainly don’t have the military mojo to prosecute a war with Russia — which is what they would be doing if NATO intervened actively in Ukraine (ain’t gonna happen). Instead, they have torn-up reams of trade agreements and imploded a richly-constructed supply network of basic operating resources like oil, natgas, minerals, and grains in an absurd act of atonement, in obeisance to the experts at the World Economic Forum and the fiends behind “Joe Biden.” And lately, they are bent on destroying their food supply with cockamamie campaigns against their farmers, in line with WEF hallucinations about climate change.

As in the USA, the governments of Euroland have declared war on their own people. Germans are scuttling around collecting firewood now, with natgas looking scarce and unaffordable going into winter at the dark upper latitudes. I would bet that there are close to zero wood-stoves available at this point, and how many cold seasons will it take before they cut down all the forests of Europe? Meanwhile, Europe’s industries and businesses disintegrate. The Great Re-set at hand won’t be der Schwabenklaus’s transhuman nirvana but rather a return trip to the 12th century.

All this does not even include the forthcoming attrition among the vaccinated. We have succeeded in disabling and destroying the immune systems of many millions of people with mRNA shots. They are going to get sick from all sorts of things. A lot of activities will stop working, including the medical industry, so many of the injured and dying will not receive care. In this late summer interim, American pharma says it’s ready to bring forth new-and-improved mRNA shots supposedly keyed to the latest emerging variants of the C-19 coronavirus. Pharma and its enablers in the NIH-CDC matrix actually have no idea what variants are coming — nowhere is nature more of a trickster than in disease organisms — and you can be sure that their new vaccines will be more shuck-and-jive.

Anyway, nobody believes them anymore. Few are lining up for the boosters and fewer parents are dragging their kids and babies to the shotmeisters. What remains to happen, and probably will by summer’s end, is a massive uprising of the non-Woke against the Woke Elites and the end of their insane depredations. They can atone all they want at their trials and executions.

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930 Responses to “Atonement”

  1. malthuss August 1, 2022 at 9:37 am #

    Germany, where the government has turned the heat off.

    ‘the English people. Try to get them to care.’ [Jarek]

    So the old people do not care about themselves and other old people?
    Perhaps they feel helpless.

    • Penelope Dreadful August 1, 2022 at 9:40 am #

      I can hardly wait for winter in Europe!

      • Penelope Dreadful August 1, 2022 at 9:46 am #

        It ain’t gonna be just the spies coming in from the cold. (Forgot to say that above. Hey, it’s Monday!)

      • malthuss August 1, 2022 at 9:49 am #

        why, Penny?

        • Penelope Dreadful August 1, 2022 at 9:55 am #

          Cuz they can’t heat their homes on 20% of the expected fuel.

          • DrTomSchmidt August 1, 2022 at 10:12 am #

            Germany doesn’t get that cold in the winter, usually. It’s just depressingly gray, which probably drove them to conquer Rome back in the day.

            Buildings are well insulated by American standards. Meaning: if they keep them heated to about 58 degrees, they can probably get by on 20% of the energy. That’s going to lead to a lot of sickness and death, but they won’t freeze.

          • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 10:26 am #

            Never been, but I’ve been told that what Germany has is a damp cold, which makes you feel colder even at warmer temperatures.

          • Islander August 1, 2022 at 11:20 am #

            The north and northeast is gray and depressing.

            Bavaria is sunnier and colder.

          • hmuller August 1, 2022 at 11:42 am #

            No one in Germany has a drier. My aunt in Munich would hang up wet clothes in the bathroom with the window open. Cold and wet as it usually is, three days later the clothes were dry and able to stand up on their own.

          • HowardBeale August 1, 2022 at 3:52 pm #

            Haven’t you seen the series ‘Alone’?
            People are tough. We might lose some of those that should have been lost long ago, but everyone else is going to feel enfrigerated, enervated, egregiously snow-ball throwingated.
            THIS is a non-event.

    • Walter B August 1, 2022 at 9:53 am #

      One of the things I hear far too often, if not always, from people when discussing serious issues is the line, “I don’t want to talk (or think) about things that I can’t control”. Why they don’t apply this to the things that they DO talk about things like sports and entertainment events, or how their kiddies did on the soccer field none of which they can control either, boggles the mind.

      My diagnosis of the malady of simply not giving a shit about anything of consequence is that far too many people have been programmed to become lazy, uncaring, and pretty much scared shitless of anything that requires them to think or act like responsible adults.

      In the massive heard of witless victims headed to the slaughterhouse, we must find the breaks in the fences and sneak the heck out of the mass of the damned under cover of darkness and find places where the world is still made by hand.

      • DrTomSchmidt August 1, 2022 at 10:15 am #

        Learned helplessness, Walter. Tie a dog to a chain that limits his ability to go beyond 15 yards and when you remove the chain he will remain within the 15 yards.

        If there is no possibility of escape then it’s a good coping mechanism. What we need are people to show that there are ways to break the chains. Virile men, not trans-soy ones, will be needed.

        • hmuller August 1, 2022 at 11:49 am #

          Speaking of which, did you see the would-be assassin of Justice Kavanaugh is a woke biological male who sometimes identifies as a woman named Sophie. I wonder if the Biden people are going to give him a high level appointment? He has all the right stuff.

        • wwg1wga August 2, 2022 at 11:54 am #

          Enter said subject:

          Carpe Diem!
          Sola Vertus Invicta!

      • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 10:36 am #

        Abundant weed helps make people more apathetic.

        I remember calling a hotline to the state capital, back when government was still a little bit responsive to the electorate.

        Did I think my one call was enough to sway anyone? No.

        But if legislators get 100 calls against some idiotic legislation they are thinking of, and zero calls in favor, that at least gives them some idea of the mood of the electorate.

        I told a woman who ran her own business about the hotline, when the government was considering new taxes which would affect her. She used it, and the legislation did not pass, and she kept the number in her phone on speed dial and contributed her two cents ever after.

        Yes, there is some logic in keeping your mind of the things you cannot change, but first you need to think whether there is a very small part that you can play.

        Anyone remember the March of Dimes? The whole idea being one dime was something most people could spare, and dimes added up to dollars.

        • thirdcoastlegend August 1, 2022 at 11:18 am #

          It’s amazing how hard the state of NY has been pushing dope since legalization.

          I’m getting really tired of smelling that skunk weed everytime I go to the park.

          • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 11:22 am #

            The worst part is that they drive to the park and smoke it in their cars.

            I smell it when I’m inside the supermarket, and I think the workers are smoking it outside on their breaks.

          • Walter B August 1, 2022 at 12:32 pm #

            As an elected public official, I attended many informational events dealing with the legalization and the numerous and serious problems that other states experienced and are still experiencing after legalization. Even the Black Leaders Caucus in New Jersey opposed legalization for fear of the effect that it would have on their communities.

            No one cared and the public cried out in a vast majority that they wanted it legalized and abundantly distributed everywhere. I favored decriminalization but not legalization which was, as you point out, so heavily endorsed for use by the government. Keep ’em stoned and keep them stupid and “no one will notice the big red, white and blue dick being jammed up their assholes every day”, as George Carlin often warned.

            As Judge Napolitan so wisely noted at the Rally For Peace and Freedom on 23 Jul 22 in Kingston, New York, “Everything the government says is a lie, everything that they have has been stolen from someone else, and the only thing they are good at is killing people!” Unfortunately, our population cannot think critically, prevent bad things from happening due to their bad choices of action, or even seem to give a damn anymore about anything or anybody other than themselves.

            Oh well, Karma shall be a bitch.

          • Blackbird August 1, 2022 at 9:25 pm #

            Ya know a smell I find disgusting? Cigarettes. My personal record is five cars ahead of me, busy highway (Okee and Military in WPB for those familiar) with my windows rolled up and AC off – yup, could still smell that nasty shit over all the exhaust fumes. And it kills hundreds of thousands of people per year. Drives up medical costs for all of us.

            Bitch about it all you want, but let the fuckers smoke. That’s the country I want to live in.

        • steppingup August 1, 2022 at 12:39 pm #

          Biggest lie ever is that one man can’t change the world, when in actual fact one man is the only thing that has ever changed the world. I>E> Christ, Ghandi, Hitler, Alexander, the list goes on and on.

          • niner August 1, 2022 at 3:20 pm #

            Mr. Kunstler is certainly doing his part. I just reread his 210430 American Conservative Piece, and the 2022 Forecast. (Dec.31,2021). and while he details the flood of grievous events which is swirling and rising around us, he ends both essays with profound hope, encouragement and optimism for the middle distance. i really appreciate that.

            i’d like to see more forecasting detail about what it means to our daily lives as the die-off gathers victims at increasing rates. those empty holes in our fabric where neighbors, friends, retail service workers, and people who answer the phones in gov’t, what those holes mean. how will we manage — how will we survive the great rending.

            perhaps he’s already done that in his books. but i don’t read books anymore, although i still buy them.

            we all hope for justice, and revenge.

            i think we are going to have to settle for being right.

          • GoldenRoad August 2, 2022 at 11:57 am #

            One man doesn’t change the world. The gutless followers do.

      • HowardBeale August 1, 2022 at 3:55 pm #

        Walter, you sneak out. I’m walking out–at noon–guns in hand.
        I do think that events like this are going to wake people up to an inner strength (I hate that phrase, but it works here) that they did not know.
        People are tough.

        • Walter B August 1, 2022 at 5:06 pm #

          Gonna be hard for me to sneak out Howard because they’ve got my number and after almost two decades in the government/political arena remaining true to First Principles, well I’ve have acquired enemies that normal people never have to suffer with. By fighting my way in and correcting what wrongs we were able to correct, I can look back and be proud that I put my money where my mouth was, even if in the end, resistance was futile. The combination of the First Lie Wins on social media and the ballot manipulation by the powers in our county seat, made the beast far too powerful to be bested. I enjoyed the fight though, and with my being on the ballot for the General Election in November for the opposing party, I expect that sooner or later I will have to move out to an even more remote wilderness or perish in the attempt.

          Personally, I believe that the line from Private Ryan of, “Don’t shoot, let ’em burn”, conveys a more appropriate response to tyranny.

      • ThorsHammer August 2, 2022 at 9:02 pm #

        Walter B

        I encountered a perfect example this morning when I arrived for my bi-annual medical check up. The clinic I’ve gone to for twenty years is now associated with a large regional hospital owned by a hedge fund and sets policy for all it’s underlings.

        At the entry door was a large stop sign larger than a street sign demanding that I mask up before entering. I ignored it as any rational person would, and proceeded to the intake desk. The nurse handed me a surgical mask and requested that i muzzle up. My response was a simple no, I do not perform rituals than have no more medical validity than a Haitian witch doctor spreading blood from a live chicken to rid a sick person of bad spirits. The nurse demanded than I follow Hospital policy, and I said— call the State Police.

        A head nurse intervened and hustled me off to an exam room where I could be isolated “so I wouldn’t infect the other patients.”
        By this time I’m a bit heated, so I asked her if she was aware that Dr. Fauci had admitted in a national interview in July of 2021 that masks had little utility in preventing infection or transmission of COVID19, and that their real function was to frighten people into getting vaccinated. Who is Dr. Fauci she said? When I listed his qualifications she claimed to have never heard of him!

        The final chapter of our “discussion” was her asking if I really wanted to talk about COVID? “We are all tired of the whole subject in this clinic.”

        Delusion is the Opium of the People

        • Walter B August 3, 2022 at 5:27 pm #

          Yes ThorsHammer, it is all more than mentally draining. Every day that I am on the road I see people in cars alone with those rat face style masks on and I just shake my head and sigh. The good part about those that wear feed bags everywhere they go is that they are alerting the rest of us to the fact that they are not the types that any of us should run into a burning building to try to save. It is almost like a cartoon balloon floating above their heads that says, “Look at me I am a useless eater and will do whatever I am told to do”.

          Perhaps we should start going up to them and asking them to turn over their wallets. I’ll bet a lot of them would.

          • Justin August 4, 2022 at 10:09 pm #

            Walter, I totally agree with all you said, and sadly I have to admit that the demise of those rat face mask wearers and clot shot experiment subjects will not be missed. Maybe Darwin was right after all? They certainly deserve Darwin Awards, eh?

            Maybe a culling of the herd is not such a bad idea after all?

    • pyrrhus August 1, 2022 at 11:35 am #

      It’s a spectacle for the ages…Governments operating on pixie dust and condemning their populations to the Middle Ages…Did anyone imagine such widespread lemming-like insanity could ever occur? Not even in Sci-Fi, I think….

      • Unperson37854 August 1, 2022 at 2:16 pm #

        Systemic Racism, Covid, Foreign Wars, Climate Change… The powers that be couldn’t give two shifts about any of those things.

        They are all a means to an end, and they finally got a critical mass of “influencers” in entertainment, media, politics and corporate leadership worldwide, to align in unison under a singular cause (climate change).

        The ultimate virtue – saving the planet. And they’ll sacrifice as many of us as it takes to get there, and think their actions will atone them for their sins and somehow reward them with paradise on earth insulated from the hell they’ll put us all through.

        It’s not that complex of an operation even: Get countries to sign on to the Paris accords or some other dumb sh*t policies that are unachievable in the timeframes they targeted without throwing each respective country into chaos and self-destruction (like prohibiting fertilizer).

        It worked with Sri Lanka and who was there to pick up the pieces? WEF stooges.

        It’s working in the Netherlands, Panama, Germany, the UK, Canada and even in the US (although they have to give farmers offers they can’t refuse to stop farming).

        Each respective society collapses and who’s there to swoop in and take over? The WEF muppet-babies.

        From there they can pay lip service to the original cause – making all of us suffer while we try to figure out how to survive under new restriction – fighting each other – while they flaunt as much meat and energy as they want with carbon footprints the size of Texas while we’re all blamed for “destroying the earth”.

        But that’s because it was never about the environment in the first place – it was always about control.

        Look at what they’re doing with your and your children’s money? Sending it off to fight a losing war in Ukraine, lining the pockets of their buddies, passing bills to give 300 billion to big tech etc. Again, lining the pockets of their buddies and those who will help keep the masses in check. They are literally stealing from us and giving it to all their friends like never before in the last 2-and-a-half years.

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    • ThorsHammer August 2, 2022 at 11:28 pm #

      Poor, stupid Germans

      Shooting yourself in the foot so many times that it is infected with gangrene and will soon fall off. Taking with it their entire manufacturing base and agricultural foundation. All because a brain dead American president told you to.

      Americans, a People so exceptional that it can always get somebody else to fight their wars and accept their paper dollars in place of food, minerals, and energy. A people so exceptional that they can all drive monster trucks to haul the kids to indoctrination camps (AKA schools). A people so naive that they will march their children off to injection sites to have their genomes altered to protect them against a virus nearly extinct in the wild which almost never infects children. A people so exceptional that they believe $10.00 diesel in Germany has nothing to do with them. A people who believe that money grows on Wall Street rather than on the Great Plains. A people so advanced that water for crops comes from a 10,000 year old deep underground aquifer rather than falling from the sky like it does over the Ukrainian Breadbasket.

      Americans, a people so exceptional that they can call themselves Americans while ignoring the thirty other nations of the Americans.
      Americans, a people so exceptional that they can’t fathom why farmers decide not to plant and harvest their fields when the price of fertilizer has doubled in the past year. Along with a doubling in the price of diesel to run their harvesters. Americans, a people who believe that eggs grow on shelves.

      Americans, the most expensive army in the world running from Afghanistan with their tail between their legs without even bothering to pick up their guns and fancy missiles. Americans, now defeated in their proxy war in Ukraine after spending a trillion dollars on bribes and guns to arm and train the largest military in Europe and killing 14,000 Russian citizens since 2014 to prevent peace breaking out. Americans, shamed in their sanctions war against Russia as Russia grows wealthy and Americans take shelter in tent cities under freeway overpasses.

      Poor, stupid Americans.

      At least the Green Germans have insulated their houses to a standard that allows the whole family to gather in one room around a candle and still stay comfortably above freezing.

      • Mike G August 4, 2022 at 5:16 am #

        what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, gonna be a lot of depop. FJB

    • Woodchuck August 3, 2022 at 11:59 am #

      This next winter is bound to be bad in Europe, we are entering the next Grand Solar Minimum, a time of minimal to no sunspots. This occurs roughly in 200 year cycles, and a minimum can last 30 years or more. It’s accompanied by crop failures and upticks in volcanic and earthquake activity.

      Changing subject a bit, persons curious about what life in low tech “poor” countries is like should check out the you tube channel of a young lady calling herself “itchy boots”. She’s been traveling the entire globe for 4 years now on small displacement motorcycles, riding a lot of the time on unpaved roads. She gets many millions of views, and is constantly uploading videos of her latest adventures as they are happening on the road. Her video skills are incredible. She has experiences of stuff you’d expect, wrecks, bandits, border crossing problems etc. – and yet she also mets up with extraordinary friendly and helpful people, in places you wouldn’t expect like Iran.

      What the great reseters won’t tell us is that paved asphalt highways require the black pitch left over from refining petroleum. Concrete is an option but it requires huge amounts of nat gas to make the lime. Either way, if you want paved roads you *must* have large fossil fuel inputs or you’ll be back to dirt and gravel roads. These are the type roads you’ll travel on a lot in third world countries. That’s our future here in the US. In these other countries, and especially in Asia, you’ll see people on small motorbikes everywhere – not enough resources for everyone to be in cars. Not only that, motorbikes can negotiate dirt roads in poor shape in places cars get stuck. Some electric car dreamers might have an EV in the future, but without reliable electric power to charge them, they won’t go far. Also the electric folks will by that time have mostly dirt roads to drive on. Good luck with all that. Myself, I’m planning on doing the motorbike/bicycle routine.

      • happiface August 3, 2022 at 9:42 pm #

        Hey wwodchick- never miss itcy boots- she is incredible- very cute too- I do worry about her having two grown daughters that live like her…they have kept me up many a night with their world adventures.. ugh

      • ThorsHammer August 4, 2022 at 6:05 am #


        A couple comments about “itchy boots”.

        In spite of her world girdling experience she has used her platform to support the valiant, freedom loving struggle for democracy on behalf of the euronazis and Biden Bribers in Ukraine.

        As she approached the US border crossing with considerable trepidation after traveling through some of the most conflict ridden areas of Latin America I couldn’t but help notice that the Mexican customs agents directing traffic were all fully masked and wearing surgical gloves. This in spite of the fact that virtually nobody has ever contacted COVID in the open air, it has been known for two years that COVID is not transmitted from moist droplets landing on surfaces, and the current varieties of Omicron Covid are little more life threatening than the common cold.

        The Pandemic of Fear is far longer lasting than any virus.

        By the way, “itchy boots” has had to replace her tires every 2,000 kilometers. That fact alone puts the cost of riding a motorcycle in the same range as a early Gen I Honda Insight or a 2022 electric car (before you have to replace the battery,)

        • Justin August 4, 2022 at 10:49 pm #

          Horses will be worth more than cars very soon?

          I would love to have a horse farm now!

      • Paula D August 4, 2022 at 7:35 pm #

        When I was a kid I visited my grandmother who lived in an isolated valley in Utah.
        For some reason my parents and uncle decided to go over the mountain to Provo.
        Geez. It took all day. The road was a narrow dirt road filled with holes and we had to go about 20 mph.
        Apparently the government came in and put in a 4 lane highway so the valley has filled up with commuters driving over that mountain every day.
        No wonder we ran out of oil so fast.

    • happiface August 3, 2022 at 9:37 pm #

      Most of Europe used coal for and cooking- those stoves are everywhere- no reason to fret

      • happiface August 3, 2022 at 9:43 pm #

        For heating

      • ThorsHammer August 4, 2022 at 6:23 am #


        So you propose that Europeans use their antique coal stoves to mount a hologram of burning coal and use that to keep warm with?

        I live in Wyoming, the coal basket of North America. A few years ago I attended a press conference featuring the state’s energy secretary. After a bit of arm twisting he responded to the question of whether Wyoming really has a 200 year supply of coal. “Actually, it is closer to 31 years.” he admitted.

        Better take a selfi of that Happiface and preserve it in your family album for your offspring.

        • Paula D August 4, 2022 at 7:38 pm #

          To add to my comment to your other post.
          I met a very old lady in that small town who told me how she used to ride to those mountains (and she pointed to the other mountains, far away) and there were Indians around.
          My dad told me later that her dad was a farmer but in the winter he would go mine coal at a mine called Winter Camp.
          She would ride with him to the camp in the fall and then lead his horse back to the farm.
          In the spring she would take his horse and ride up to get him from the camp. There were no roads or cars.
          That mine has already played out, like the one my dad grew up in.
          200 years, my ass.

    • Hereward the Woke August 4, 2022 at 6:09 pm #

      Just read that the German government is reconsidering its decision to close down nuclear. Meanwhile, the Brits are opening Sizewell C nuke power station and planning to build 5 more. Oh, the irony!

  2. Penelope Dreadful August 1, 2022 at 9:39 am #

    I remember reading about a tribe in Africa, in the 1800s maybe, who got into a religious fervor about something, and killed all their cows. It did not end well for them. I think Europe is going thru something like this. St. Joan has been replaced by St. Greta, but nobody will get burned at the stake because of carbon footprint.

    • malthuss August 1, 2022 at 9:48 am #

      do not eat the seed corn.

    • Disaffected August 1, 2022 at 10:11 am #

      Makes you wonder if they haven’t had an ergot outbreak on the rye over there again.

      • Blackbird August 1, 2022 at 9:27 pm #

        Might do ’em some good – like finding a box of sunglasses…

    • thirdcoastlegend August 1, 2022 at 11:12 am #

      Nongqawuse of the Xhosa.

      The Zman wrote about this episode in Taki’s Mag.

      • Penelope Dreadful August 1, 2022 at 5:05 pm #

        Thank you for tip! I never would have remembered that name! Wiki has a good piece about it!:

        In April 1856, 15-year old Nongqawuse and her friend Nombanda, who was between the ages of 8 and 10, went to scare birds from her uncle’s crops in the fields by the sea at the mouth of the Gxarha River in the present day Wild Coast region of South Africa.

        When she returned, Nongqawuse told Mhlakaza that she had met the spirits of two of her ancestors.[4] She claimed that the spirits had told her that the Xhosa people should destroy their crops and kill their cattle, the source of their wealth as well as food. Nongqawuse claimed that the ancestors who had appeared to them said;

        the dead would arise;
        all living cattle would have to be slaughtered, having been reared by contaminated hands;
        cultivation would cease;
        new grain would have to be dug;
        new houses would have to be built;
        new cattle enclosures would have to be erected;
        new milk sacks would have to be made;
        doors would have to be weaved with buka roots
        people must abandon witchcraft, incest and adultery.[4]
        In return the spirits would sweep all European settlers into the sea.[5] The Xhosa people would be able to replenish the granaries, and fill the kraals with more beautiful and healthier cattle.

        Obeying the prophecy
        During this time many Xhosa herds were plagued with “lung sickness”, possibly introduced by European cattle. Mhlakaza did not believe her at first but when Nongqawuse described one of the men, Mhlakaza, himself a diviner, recognised the description as that of his dead brother, and became convinced she was telling the truth.[6]

        Mhlakaza repeated the prophecy to Sarili. The cattle-killing frenzy affected not only the Gcaleka, Sarili’s clan, but the whole of the Xhosa nation. Historians estimate that the Gcaleka killed between 300,000 and 400,000 head of cattle.[1]

        Not all Xhosa people believed Nongqawuse’s prophecies. A small minority, known as the amagogotya (stingy ones), refused to slaughter and neglect their crops, and this refusal was used by Nongqawuse to rationalize the failure of the prophecies over a period of fifteen months (April 1856–June 1857).[1]


        In the aftermath of the crisis, the population of British Kaffraria dropped from 105,000 to fewer than 27,000 due to the resulting famine.

    • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 11:53 am #

      Yes, the Xhosa. And which tribe then rose up to take power from the Whites under the auspices of the ANC? The Xhosa.

      Perhaps the mass sacrifice paid off….

    • draupnir August 1, 2022 at 12:21 pm #

      Not just their cows, they destroyed their crops in the field, all due to the visions of an adolescent girl.

      • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 1:03 pm #

        Our Greta – a forever adolescent. Perhaps given drugs so she never grows up?

        • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 1:22 pm #

          Stunted by an eating disorder due to her autism.

          • Blackbird August 1, 2022 at 9:30 pm #

            She has only eaten one meal. Been recycling ever since – and sharing with us.

          • Night Owl August 2, 2022 at 1:50 pm #

            I still crack up at those pics of her wearing an Antifa shirt, with her Antifa parents.

            “Left wing” inclusive eco warriors that just happen to be aligned with the World Economic Forum and the most evil group of predatory humans that have ever walked the planet.

            Imagine trying to live with that level of cognitive dissonance every day. I mean we have Redneck Liberal to observe, but he isn’t yet taking a salary from the Schwabster (that I know of).


          • Redneck Liberal August 3, 2022 at 9:51 pm #

            Night Howler – who’s paying YOU?

            I recall reading here from you about “Alternative Electors”, in the weeks after the Democrat victory in the 2020 election.

            Then you went on to make many claims that Trump would be back etc…(yawn), the Kraken and The Storm etc…were you in fact carrying Sidney Powell’s bags for her, on leave from your high-paying job at an internationally (yet unidentified) blue chip company? Sort of like an intern

            And let’s not forget your close&personal relationship with Dr. :Pill popping” Ronny Jackson (once you got his name right)

          • Night Owl August 4, 2022 at 2:23 pm #

            I posted about them once Rednut — when Hillary Clinton was going to use them to stop Trump in 2016.

            Made several posts about it.

            As so often, your low IQ has failed you again.

            I would never accuse you of being paid, as the payor would have long since demanded a refund.

          • Redneck Liberal August 4, 2022 at 8:20 pm #

            Another lie. You posted about them in November/December 2020.

          • Night Owl August 5, 2022 at 4:53 am #

            Feel free to post your concrete evidence of my claim that “alternate electors will put Trump in office.”

            We know how this ends, and I get to laugh whether you choose A or B.

    • wokethis August 2, 2022 at 11:17 pm #

      Wanna bet?

  3. Walter B August 1, 2022 at 9:41 am #

    Let us hope that some form of counter movement can arise to slow down the unstoppable force headed towards the immovable object that is America. When I think back of Barry Obama and his “greatest fear” of a nuke going off in NYC and coupe that with this Ukrainian bullshit and the media anti-Russian propaganda campaign, I cannot help but wonder if Barry might have enough mojo to make it so.

    Of course, at least IMHO, the back door efforts of our Chinese counterparts which can possible even take the form of that third part that Christine Todd (It’s Safe) Whitman is hawking is a much more brilliant way of moving in enough Chinese voters (open borders anyone?) to take over the government “legally” no?

    • thirdcoastlegend August 1, 2022 at 11:14 am #

      One has to wonder what would happen if they paid off or threatened the right people on an Ohio-class sub or inside a Minuteman silo.

      Also note the NYT’s bizarre recent op-ed regarding cannibalism.

      • hmuller August 1, 2022 at 3:33 pm #

        Was the author pro or anti cannibalism?

        • thirdcoastlegend August 1, 2022 at 4:54 pm #


          My impression was the author was quite pro-cannibalism.

          • hmuller August 2, 2022 at 8:49 am #

            The old, stringy meat kind usually are.

    • JohnAZ August 1, 2022 at 12:16 pm #

      Before enough Chinese folks overwhelm the demographics, the Chinese will have bought up most of the US.

      That horrendous trade deficit is being used to purchase America piece by piece.

      China is patient, it will own the US.

      • JohnAZ August 1, 2022 at 12:19 pm #

        If Hitler had been more patient, he could have used his supercharged economy to buy England.

        Wait a few years and Soros bought out the BankOf England.

        China is patient. The do not need war, they will just own us.

        • Ishabaka August 1, 2022 at 4:45 pm #

          If the USA had been reliant on Germany for cheap toasters and other consumer goods in 1936, would we have been that bothered by their treatment of a certain religious minority group, or bothered to go to war against them? We aren’t bothered by the Chinese treatment of Uighurs today.

          • DaveO907 August 1, 2022 at 6:18 pm #

            The Uighurs get better treatment than the Han majority. Just because the CIA would have you believe otherwise don’t make it so.

          • justanotherguy August 1, 2022 at 10:15 pm #

            read ‘al jazeera’ to find how many muslim nations take exception to the plight (if it is true) of uighurs.

            i am not convinced, based on the unusual lack of outcry from muslims generally, that the story making the rounds is real.

            i care nothing for china, in fact we’d be better of not dealing with them at all, but i do care for the truth.

  4. Hereward the Woke August 1, 2022 at 9:44 am #

    I like the idea of the “elites” atoning. Right before they are hanged, of course. May it be so!

    • JohnAZ August 1, 2022 at 12:24 pm #

      The one huge problem with this hope is that the same scum that are doing this, are in charge of the DOJ and the judicial system that is under it.

      The Deep State owned Trump’s Attorney Generals and Garland is a Communist.

      Successful secession and CW will take the bums out. Think France.

      • Apologist Pete August 1, 2022 at 2:43 pm #

        The problem is the French revolution was a product of the world revolutionary movement (cabal), which also produced the Russian revolution, Spanish revolution, WW1, WW2, etc. Each step has brought us closer to where we are today, not good. Check out Pawns in the Game by William Guy Carr which goes through all of this in great detail, he also wrote the The Red Fog Over America.

  5. RaymondR August 1, 2022 at 9:45 am #

    One great fantasy is that someday the oppressed masses will overthrow their evil overlords and we can create a democratic utopia.

    It ain’t going to happen.

    Oh, the elites will hang from the lamp posts, but only after they have brought about the chaos they so deeply desire. Peaceful resolution is not possible at this point in the drama.

    Hang on, it’s going to be a bumpy ride.

    Thanks JHK

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    • U-731 August 1, 2022 at 10:56 am #

      Problem is; no one has a plan beyond that ‘overthrow.

      “Tear/burn it all down” is not a solution: “Human lives”, ‘equality’ and other sentiments are only valued by *civilizations*. A critical mass must have the safety and comfort to imagine *collective benefits* rather than daily individual struggles to survive.

      Those favoring induced chaos will find the results even more unsatisfactory.

      • thirdcoastlegend August 1, 2022 at 11:15 am #



        Either path seems to end in a Humpty Dumpty scenario, with no real plan for what comes next.

    • Amman August 1, 2022 at 12:38 pm #

      Millions died in Europe in WW1 and WW2 at the end of which the new boss was the same old boss. If you think about it, on some level, it was a great failure and evil scandal. No one got overthrown, of course.

  6. teddyboy46 August 1, 2022 at 9:47 am #

    Thanks! For another great essay. I think that A.I. will start to play a part in human affairs. Perhaps it can do better than humans have.

    • Suburban_elk August 1, 2022 at 10:20 am #

      One wonders if it could do any worse.

    • megabeth August 1, 2022 at 10:24 am #

      AI is the last thing I want governing me. I want AI governing me like I want Klaus Schwab, Susan Rice, or my local homeowners’ association governing me. AI? Seriously? AI would be the ultimate, immovable bureaucracy. What a terrible idea.

      • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 11:57 am #

        Who programs them? A race of robot policemen (like Gort who was built by moral supermen like Klatu) might be fine if programmed well, but we can’t even see inside our own voting machines.

    • TPTB-USA August 1, 2022 at 10:49 am #

      I am finishing up an APP for robotic A.I. law enforcement critters, so that they perform the tasks of judge and jury as well.

      • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 11:58 am #

        We need MEN like Judge Dredd. Law officers who also serve as Judges.

      • draupnir August 1, 2022 at 12:35 pm #

        God, those robotic dogs with automatic weapons mounted on their backs.

        • TPTB-USA August 5, 2022 at 12:41 pm #

          Xi suggested that we install a few back doors so that his team could monitor the program for nefarious activity.

          Once we completed the task to his satisfaction, we received the coveted CCP Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval.

    • U-731 August 1, 2022 at 11:02 am #

      This presupposes that “Ethical AI” will *ever* be truly adopted. I don’t think humans will:
      1. Be able to implement it.
      2. Trust it.

      I submit that whatever officially-approved “AI” that’s brought out, will be swayed just as much by politics as any existing AI sub-domain is right now.

      Observe the current squawking about facial recognition, and “demands” for ‘oversight’. Also, the endless tweaking of statistics used in crime databases, because “data is racist™”.

      In turn, this triggers inevitable second-guessing and resultant *hand-massaging* as soon as the ‘output’ deviates from Narrative-of-the-Month. The end result is *the same GIGO* as before it was invented, only faster, more intrusive and worst of all, *uncritically accepted by more technical illiterates*.

      • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 12:01 pm #

        Blacks commit far more crimes. This is the Truth. Instead of admitting this truth, instead we build up an edifice of Lies of them as superior beings.

    • thirdcoastlegend August 1, 2022 at 11:16 am #

      Any truly sentient AI would swiftly move to go full Skynet on humanity.

  7. Jo-G August 1, 2022 at 9:52 am #

    I was just at a museum display about why World War 1 happened. After discussing interlocking treaties, secret agreements, social unrest and our host’s issue about modern times- “complexity” the curator’s conclusion was “The best explanation for why the war had to happen is that no one can explain why it had to happen.” No our host has to give me the dread with “….Western Civ stood in amazement at its achievements and in thrall to its glittering future. The slaughter in the trenches of WWI shattered that confidence, ….” No one can explain why we taxpayers have to dump billions into supporting the Ukraine’s fight against Russia.

    • Walter B August 1, 2022 at 10:08 am #

      Our government has been dumping cash into foreign governments for decades so that half of it can be filtered back to those in power and for purchases of what we still do make in America, weapons of mass destruction. Thank you, Lockheed, Martin Marietta, and Black Rock for keeping the gravy train on the track.

    • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 10:13 am #

      Because our government showed us a video of an appealing actor giving us dollar figures of what he needed to fight this war.

      As if he’d know.

    • TaxDonkey August 1, 2022 at 10:35 am #

      “No one can explain why we taxpayers have to dump billions into supporting the Ukraine’s fight against Russia.” The globalists desperately want control of Russia’s resources, without which they cannot achieve full spectrum dominance. So far, looks like it will be a catastrophic failure on a scale unprecedented in human history. Declaring war on Russia and your own civilization at the same time sure looks like a losing strategy to me, but what do I know. The hubris of these guys is off the charts and there appears to be an element of genuine insanity as well. It even looks like they might want to mess with China as well! Why not, what could possibly go wrong? Try to enjoy your front row seats.

      • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 10:39 am #

        I keep coming back to what a major disruption in their plans it was when Donald Trump won the election, and how he, and we didn’t even know the half of it.

      • thirdcoastlegend August 1, 2022 at 11:20 am #

        They seem to realize they don’t have the bodies in the US, so they are willing to fight to the last Ukrainian and Taiwanese.

        Then, when those folks are extinct it will be the last Pole, Romanian, Korean, Japanese, etc.

      • JohnAZ August 1, 2022 at 12:30 pm #

        You are right! Russia is target number two, and Putin et al know it. Ukraine is Russia’s way of telling the globalists “Hell no, we won’t go!”

    • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 12:02 pm #

      The Truth is simple: The unspeakably evil Anglo-Zionists had to destroy Germany in order to rule the World. Russia is the new Germany but it’s not going their way this time.

      Who are the fiends behind Biden? Nazis? Or their opponents?

      • JohnAZ August 1, 2022 at 12:33 pm #


        Boy those Zionists had a hell of a way to beat the Germans.

        Hey, let us all March into the death camps and sacrifice millions of ourselves.

        Good game plan.

        • Alzaebo August 1, 2022 at 3:13 pm #

          I took the red pill when I asked, “how did they do it?”

          The logistics. The physical logistics.

          If you were a manager, told to accomplish X, how would you do it?

          For example, one guy explained his job as thus: every Thursday, the container ship comes in. Your job is to have 250,000 boxes of product sitting on store shelves by next Tuesday.

          Then, I read the claims. The stories, about what supposedly went on, reinforced by a thousand books and Hollywood movies.

          We Boomer kids were drenched in this narrative. Drowned. Why these writers, above all others?

          This is war without weapons.
          Culture war. A war that shaped and molded our moral precepts.

          It guides us. It is the 15 foot chain.

          • Sean Coleman August 3, 2022 at 9:41 am #

            “Culture war.” A clear reference to Michael E Jones unless I am mistaken (he publishes Culture Wars.) He has written and spoken a lot about this subject n the last year or so.

      • Redneck Liberal August 1, 2022 at 10:05 pm #

        “Russia is the new Germany but it’s not going their way this time.

        All these basement-dwelling foreign affairs experts! Wow. There’s a bloke, on the ground in Ukraine, who disagrees most vigorously with you all. He starts talking about Ukraine at 4:30, but the first 4.5 minutes is probably a useful primer for all you deluded Trumpsters anyway. Give it a go!

        w w w youtube com/watch?v=6PcI_Vw05I8

        • Paula D August 2, 2022 at 12:18 pm #

          No wonder you’re so deluded. GIGO.
          Now I know why Nance went off to fight with the nazis. He has a book to sell, equating political action with “insurrection”.
          Insurrection is another word redefined by the Empire to mean something completely different than it’s actual definition.

          • Night Owl August 2, 2022 at 1:53 pm #

            Malcom Nance.


          • Redneck Liberal August 3, 2022 at 9:54 pm #

            Funny, he had the same reaction when I copied a bunch of YOUR nonsense to him in an email.

          • Redneck Liberal August 3, 2022 at 9:57 pm #

            Paula D – more nonsense for you…

            Tell me – what IS the definition of “Insurrection” and what has “the Empire” redefined it as?

            (Also, there’s no apostrophe in ‘its’ when it means the possessive…)

          • Redneck Liberal August 3, 2022 at 10:09 pm #

            Paula D

            Do you seriously believe and hold that what we saw in the J6 riot was ‘political action’? Are you fucking kidding???

            In any case, you’d probably know (if you actually read anything that wasn’t from Newsmax or Tucker Carlson or Mike Pillow), that the riot at the Capitol was only the final act in a long-standing plan to overthrow the Constitution. It started in 2015 when Trump first declared that if he lost it would only be because it was rigged. He’s been telling that lie (and still is) since then, ffs.

            Then, it got serious after the count was in, and all sorts of nefarious, unconstitutional, and illegal activity started, led by such stellar examples of intellectual rigour as Rudi Guiliani & Sidney Powell.

            After three hours of rioting, and only once it became clear that law enforcement was going to win that battle, only then did The Liar In Chief put out a call to “Go home. We love you, you’re very special to us.” What a two-faced, man-child of a loser he is.

            Now, thanks to the J6 Committee hearings, we have learned so much MORE detail about all this behind-the-scenes planning. It’s quite shocking.

            If the tables were turned, you, as a GOP/Trump Cultist/Whatever You Identify Yourself As would be calling for the summary executions of these people.

          • Night Owl August 4, 2022 at 2:25 pm #

            You mailed Malcolm Nance my posts?


    • Paula D August 2, 2022 at 12:17 pm #

      WW 1 explained, by a comedian who does a better job than your curator apparently did.
      Seriously? A museum can’t explain WW1?
      Did they also have an exhibit on how punctuality is racist?

      .youtube dot com/watch?v=sehmmzbi3UI

      • MaryQueen August 3, 2022 at 11:00 pm #

        You bet they did. LOL.

  8. Bill of Rights August 1, 2022 at 9:53 am #


    … above is part of the transcript of China President’s phone call to the U.S. President last week.

    Will Pelosi cancel her trip to Taiwan due to his threat?

    • stelmosfire August 1, 2022 at 9:59 am #

      It’s common sense, you don’t allow three year olds to play with fire.

      • Disaffected August 1, 2022 at 10:07 am #

        Will the US go to war over a stupid stunt by a stupid twit like Pelosi? Who ever imagined such a ridiculous question would ever be asked?

        • Walter B August 1, 2022 at 10:30 am #

          It might be worth risking war if Pelosi can be removed from this plane of existence. However, if her plane does get shot down, she won’t be on it but will have already escaped to Epstein Island or someplace like that where she can concentrate of trying to forget how truly disgusting, depraved, and worthless her life really was.

          • elysianfield August 1, 2022 at 10:41 am #

            The US has no choice other than to visit Taiwan. To back down in the face of threats from China would irreparably harm our stantding with those countries in the area that depend upon our military umbrella.

          • messianicdruid August 1, 2022 at 11:07 am #

            Xi “You will help me get reelected now and I will help you get reelected then.”

          • Walter B August 1, 2022 at 11:17 am #

            I agree ef, the question is, what will be the result? The Biden Crime Family has been irrefutably on China’s payroll for decades so one has to assume that those in power in DC are going to be following orders, right? America stands as a roadblock to Herr Slob’s, I mean Herr Schwab’s global conquest, and I for one believe that China is the perfect instrument to make that happen.

            It would make more sense for China to simply take us over politically by moving in hundreds of millions of their excess population into those human storage units being constructed and near completion all over the population centers of our land, rather than by force. My money is on that option strongarmed perhaps by these peripheral clashes.

          • elysianfield August 2, 2022 at 12:28 pm #

            What will be the result? Hard to say, considering that it is difficult to parse the “Inscrutable” mind. However, I do not think that the Chinese will “pull the trigger” over this.

            …But I would not bet the ranch on it….

          • Walter B August 2, 2022 at 4:38 pm #

            I am certain that the Chinese are going to take full advantage of out open borders and move 500 billion of their own people here into the massive amounts of apartment complexes, supported by tons of warehouses, all over the country that are nearing completion right now.

            Take us over “legally” by supporting the new political party that Christine Todd Whitman is backing and own the place outright without firing a shot.

            The military saber rattling is just to keep the easily frightened mask wearers quiet until the plan is completed.

          • Walter B August 2, 2022 at 7:44 pm #

            That’s 500 million, sorry and it should have been “our” borders.

        • draupnir August 1, 2022 at 12:59 pm #

          If they shoot down her plane, at least we will be free of her. I don’t see her taking one for the team in this way.

    • Miss Demeanor August 1, 2022 at 10:16 am #

      Target practice.

    • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 10:17 am #

      What was the threat?

      Many people I’ve talked to, upon hearing of his statement, are left thinking “and?”

      Insinuating that he’d rid of of this corrupt old bitch is offering to do us a favor.

      What business does the Speaker of the House have in Taiwan?

      • SW August 1, 2022 at 10:41 am #

        She’s meeting with a group of separatists and this is why China is so angry and adamant that she is not to go to Taiwan. I don’t think China is bluffing anymore than Russia was when it said “not one more inch east” to NATO.

        Pretty amazing when you consider that our armed services are being weakened by discharges for lack of compliance with covid shots, recruitment is down and you don’t even need a high school diploma to join up.

        • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 10:59 am #

          I’m trying to recall if other Speakers were gallivanting all over representing the US like this.

          • SW August 1, 2022 at 11:28 am #

            First, why is she grabbing the duties of the Secretary of State?

            Second, who gave her permission to pull this stunt?

            Third, why would we want to start a war with China?

            Fourth, who’s going to fight this war? We got Ukraine to fight Russia but I don’t think Japan is quite that stupid.

            Fifth, why oh why are there no term limits on Congress?!

          • Paula D August 1, 2022 at 11:29 am #

            Apparently the last Speaker to go to Taiwan was Newt.
            It just isn’t done by sane Speakers.
            But I thought she backed down already.

          • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 11:47 am #

            SW there are term limits. They have to run again every two years.

            The catch is you need fair elections before you can rid yourself of the ones you don’t want.

          • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 12:05 pm #

            She seemed to back down, then it was tentatively on again. Too much publicity. It wasn’t kept quiet. Quite a pickle now.

          • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 12:09 pm #

            The Chinese were supposed to become like Us – ruled by degenerate Elites who had contempt for their own people. It just didn’t happen. They are National Socialists.

            They own tiktoc. But theirs is completely separate with only wholesome things allowed. Ours they encourage to be as degenerate as possible.

            One time a video game company tried to sell them videos of Black basketball players humiliating Chinese people. The Chinese were outraged, the video game people confused (supposedly) What did we do wrong, they asked?

      • butter56 August 1, 2022 at 12:34 pm #

        Yeah , if he shoots her down ,we can send a thank you note and a gift card to Nothing Bunt Cakes

      • Miss Demeanor August 1, 2022 at 4:40 pm #

        She’s picking up a few pallets of kick-back cash.

      • MrMangoOnMyShoulder August 1, 2022 at 5:19 pm #

        Beryl – What business does the Speaker of the House have in Taiwan?

        Exactly the question to ask. Why in God’s name does she, of all people, need to make a personal appearance there…for anything? “Diplomacy”…pffft.

        Either she’s getting her send-off vacation tour and she figured “Hey, I’ve never been there, let’s book it!” and they announced the visit and then realized they probably should’ve been more tactful (but now can’t back down, cuz Murica), or they’re just trying to stir the pot for some reason (none of which could be good, as these aren’t the old Winston Churchill days where we trusted out “leaders” to be good at “diplomatic stuff n whatnot”).

        Anything she wants to say to the government of Taiwan or the mentioned Separatists can easily be done via phone or a freaking Zoom call from DC.

        This is stupid. But now that it’s a thing, she has to show up or make us look intimidated, like Marty McFly had to show up to pretend to fight Biff Tannen in the public square. Except she’s 82.

    • Alzaebo August 1, 2022 at 3:47 pm #

      I’m thinking the AOCs, Todd Whitmans, Buttigeigs, and Rashida Talibs are eagerly awaiting for when the old fogies get airbrushed out of the picture.

      Pelosi was told “you WILL do this,” like a Roman messenger sent to the Gauls who comes back headless.

  9. mitchellc August 1, 2022 at 10:05 am #

    I like the idea of atonement. It fits with the ‘old tale’ guidelines as described in the bible about S&G.

    Of course the tradional rendering is about the excesses of sexual depravity, but perhaps it too was ultimately driven by a complete abandonment of all principles by bored and debauched leadership in a final act of destruction.

    Which ties really nicely back to pure Darwinism: imagine what a zebra herd would soon degrade to if lions were eliminated. That is, take away the competitive spirit, the challenge of survival, and everything goes to pot.

    The current crop of elites garnered so much wealth and power during the boom times that it naturally induced the normal reaction of innui. But then of course they know exactly where we’re all headed, so at this point its time to party on the titanic *before* we hit the iceberg.

    • CrusherMuldoon August 1, 2022 at 11:38 am #

      @Michelic ” I’ll take Paul Lynde to block please.”

    • CrusherMuldoon August 1, 2022 at 11:40 am #

      @ Mitchelic: Got any insight on the New Testament atonement that took place on Calvary?

    • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 12:11 pm #

      So you admit it’s time for them to die? And since you think like them and admire them, shouldn’t you be reconsidering and repenting?

    • Alzaebo August 1, 2022 at 3:54 pm #

      Why, that is an excellent thought, mitchc. They’re enervated seling each other derivatives of whifflegas.

      Like drones after a mating flight.

  10. Disaffected August 1, 2022 at 10:05 am #

    One minor quibble, Jim. Judging by the local obeisance to currently non-existent mask mandates, it seems support among the hoi-polloi is still strong for all things Covid. Never underestimate the power of fear over those who are afraid to think, and Americans have been conditioned not to think for my entire lifetime.

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    • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 10:19 am #

      I’m told an episode of South Park just made fun of the chin diaper. Maybe that will reach some people.

      • Disaffected August 1, 2022 at 10:32 am #

        Yes, I do think satire and ridicule are the only reasonably effective response. It’ll work with a few, at least.

    • SpeedyBB August 1, 2022 at 6:34 pm #

      “…conditioned not to think…” and FEAR is the lubricant. They got us good in the 1960s, with “balance of terror” and that was no joke because thermonuclear exchange, accidental or on purpose (or even “accidentally on purpose” as we kids used to put it) was an omnipresent concern, particularly for an Air Force brat raised on military bases. Fear of the Commies of course, as well, with the sinister “domino theory” dragging us into what Dugout Doug MacArthur repeatedly warned against: “Never get involved in a land war in Asia”.

      Later it was concern about economic disaster as those wicked Arabs turned off our oil spigot. Over the course of decades the fine-tuning began to work more and more effectively. In the 60s it was “turn off that TV” but from the 80s onward young materialists (along with religious fanatics and the hedge-fund offspring of the free-spirited hippies) were easy to enslave. No need to threaten and terrorize the public, a la Hitler or Stalin; just keep them in a suspended state of ongoing near-panic and they become as putty in your hands.

      Remember John Ashcroft and “duct tape your windows and doors”, not to mention demonic kitties? Nonsense and unthinkable in an earlier generation; they would have laughed you off the lectern, or pelted you, apprpropriately, with rotten fruit.

      Now the fear is a standing wave. Neat-o.

  11. Zoltar August 1, 2022 at 10:05 am #

    In terms of blinkered thinking, the Covid Vaccine is very much like religion. Its alleged benefits are accepted as a matter of faith; the observable damage it causes is simply denied.

    Married friends both got re-re-re-rejabbed last week. The woman has had no noticeable reaction; her husband is still quite ill with symptoms five days later, just as he would be if he – you know – had Covid. Both faithfully remain grateful to have the benefit of the vaccine.

    No meaningful conclusions can be drawn from their having received another booster, nor can any prediction be made about how they are now “protected.”

    Shit happens, or perhaps doesn’t. If shit does not happen, then it’s “Thank The Jab” (or the deity of your choice) for this beneficence. If shit does rain down, then it’s the working out of the inscrutable Jab’s mysterious ways but never, of course, a failing on its part.

    Miraculous, isn’t it?

    • John K August 1, 2022 at 10:13 am #

      Indeed. I’ve been thinking of having a t-shirt made: “SCIENCE: THE NEW RELIGION.” Which is what it has become, since we’re now supposed to “trust” science rather than question it so as to improve it.

      • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 10:21 am #

        It’s funny, because that covid task force practiced voodoo and superstition and called it science.

        Birx did everything short of shaking a stick with rattles on it to halt the scourge.

        • TaxDonkey August 1, 2022 at 10:40 am #

          At least the witch doctor typically tries to remedy the sickness. Birx and crew did the opposite.

      • observex August 1, 2022 at 10:56 am #

        John, make the shirt… it will cost you about $25 on CafePress or similar and arrive in 2 weeks.

        You’ll have fun with the thumbs up from like-minded thinkers.

        I’ve realized that wearing the “right” message hat or shirt is a great way to encourage fellow travelers (ha!) and brush off the leftists.

        • cbeard August 1, 2022 at 4:09 pm #

          If you wore that shirt in my neighborhood it would enrage the born again bible thumpers.

        • Redneck Liberal August 1, 2022 at 8:57 pm #

          I wear my MAGA hat when I don’t want to talk to anyone.

      • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 12:13 pm #

        Yes questioning “the science” IS science.

        • Why_weren't_we_asked_about_Degrowth August 1, 2022 at 4:00 pm #

          Pfizer shatters profit results on taxpayer-funded lability-free products. Q2 earnings numbers posted revenue $27.7 billion up 46.5% and net income $9.9 billion up 78% 🙂

    • Disaffected August 1, 2022 at 10:15 am #

      Indeed. Covid is an article of faith now, and we all know how that plays out.

      • SW August 1, 2022 at 10:45 am #

        A friend and her husband both are recovering from covid. Both were in complete lockdown for a year, absolutely never leave the house without a mask, double vaxxed, double boosted. When I asked her if she still believed the shots worked, she said yes. I have every confidence that on their death bed, they would still believe.

        • Paula D August 1, 2022 at 11:39 am #

          It does make you wonder where they got it then.
          The faith that so many people have that this is a natural virus and is naturally mutating and somehow people who are not around sick people, or any people at all, can still get it, is just as unbelievable to me as the ones who fall for Fauci’s bullshit.
          We know that SARS 2 was a bioweapon, SARS1 tweaked to be more contagious and lethal. But there are still people who think that SARS TWO was a ”novel virus”.
          No one asks how a novel virus got from the middle of China to a nursing home in Washington in a month.
          And no one asks how a “new variant” made it from India to the US in the middle of summer.
          And no one asks how a “new variant” in South Africa could be named on a Friday and spread all over the US within the next week. Said “new variant” so different from the ones out there that the chances of it “mutating” naturally were one in a trillion.
          And now no one is asking how “new variants” are more transmissable AND more deadly AND are infecting people who make every effort to stay away from the sick in the middle of summer.
          And Brandon being injected 4 times and then getting sick twice even though he took the ”effective” new drug?
          That just means it’s working, doncha know.

          • JohnAZ August 1, 2022 at 12:41 pm #


            Just watch Monkeypox. Started in Nigeria with a little boy and now, here we go again.

            This virus explosion is either Mother Nature getting really pissed off at Mankind, or a succession of bioweapons issued by the PTB.

          • Paula D August 1, 2022 at 1:34 pm #

            JohnAZ, and the fact that the US held a conference in 2021 predicting that ”monkeypox” would hit the US in May 2022 is just a weird coincidence?
            Nothing to do with a bioweapon, just the US Public Health authorities covering all the bases?


          • Paula D August 1, 2022 at 1:40 pm #

            They pulled that “little boy” shit with AIDS also.
            Suspicions were building that AIDS was a bioweapon, so the US announced that they found a freezer in Africa and in that freezer was a vial of blood left over from the 50s and it belonged to a little boy who had died from an unknown disease, and they tested it and lo and behold! it turned out to be AIDS! So see? No way it was a bioweapon because that little boy in the 50s had it.

            So this clinic in Africa kept a vial of blood for 40 years and never cleaned out the freezer and the power never went off and somehow there was someone still working there who remembered whose vial of blood that was and what had happened to him. And somehow he had spread it to gay men in SF, NY and Haiti in the 80s.

            This is Too Incredibly Stupid for anyone to believe, yet that is their story and they are sticking to it.

          • Alzaebo August 1, 2022 at 5:15 pm #

            My gobs, Paula.
            These stories really are an intelligence test.

            Like, say, a certain civilization-destroying Narrative (“white people are impossibly evil”).

            The storytellers must be laughing up their sleeves.
            “If they’re stupid enough to believe the most absurd psychotic fantasies, well then they flat deserve to be enslaved.”

          • ThorsHammer August 2, 2022 at 9:20 pm #

            Still don’t believe that the MonkeyPox threat is real? Just look at Pelosi’s face when the make-up begins to sag revealing what is underneath!

          • MaryQueen August 3, 2022 at 11:07 pm #

            Preach, Paula.

            None of the official narrative makes sense.

            The only thing that makes sense is bioweapons and the poisoning of our environment on purpose.

            That’s why people are walking around with autoimmune disorders.

  12. John K August 1, 2022 at 10:08 am #

    They can “update” the shots all they want. All that does is speed up the mutation rate, since it’s the non-lethal immune pressure from the “vaccine” that drives the selection of the fittest variants that will survive and become the next Big Thing. Anyone who reads Dr.Robert Malone, among others, knows this backward and forward. But good luck explaining it to the brainwashed. I’ve tried. Brick walls are easier to penetrate.

    • Disaffected August 1, 2022 at 10:18 am #

      That’s why I continue to say that logic and statistics will not win the day with this. In fact, I’m not sure that anything can. We’re effectively living with Zombie people now. They simply cannot be deterred, absent waiting for them all to die.

      • cbeard August 1, 2022 at 4:17 pm #

        Maybe Covid will be a blessing in disguse and rid the world of a few billion brain dead, gullible people. Maybe making it easier to get things on the right track and restore some sanity.

        • Disaffected August 1, 2022 at 4:36 pm #

          That’s our best hope at this point. With the vaxxes doing the dirty work.

        • Alzaebo August 1, 2022 at 5:42 pm #

          Totally agree, cbeard, it’s actually an ecology finding equilibrium.

          It is harsh to us, but the God of Nature, limited by the building materials, employs brute-force solutions. Nature is above morality.

          p.s.- the God we are speaking of is of this world alone, an emergent function that recycles the sparse material of a biosphere as thin as paint on a basketball in the Pacific ocean.

          The Maker, the Hand of Creation, is something else. Its five forces- gravity’s pull, electromagnetism’s push, nuclear binding, nuclear release, and eddies of time dilution in which they accrete, are as far above mind, and as relentless, as a tidal wave.

          Both can be heard. We are told to confuse the two, that our understanding might be confounded.

    • neurodoc August 1, 2022 at 10:26 am #

      Even most MD doctors seem to have forgotten everything they should have learned about immunology and immunopathology in med school.

      Before I left the med ctr I had been with for the past 20 years, I felt like I was walking among some kind of zombies that refused to consider traditional immunology concepts. They were unable to discuss any issues around the mRNA gene therapy as a vax, and spouted ‘its safe and effective’ as if they had lost all discernment. No joke, just like zombies. Damndest thing I’d ever seen. (They all could not have been on the pfizer/moderna payola roll, so its was not just money fever).

      • neurodoc August 1, 2022 at 10:28 am #

        Disaffected; I wrote the above before reading your comment. Interesting that we’re both referring to zombies. But, that’s what it seems like is out there. Very strange.

        • TaxDonkey August 1, 2022 at 10:52 am #

          The CDC, FDA, and NIH shattered a massive amount of trust and respect in the last couple of years. Their higher ups actually hide in their offices like cockroaches avoiding light instead of answering sincere questions the public has about vaccine damages. They literally have to rely on censorship instead of attempting to rationally explain any aspect of this nightmare. The CDC just got busted for colluding with Twitter etc…to push propaganda and delete “misinformation”. This is a literal violation of the Constitution, which very clearly states government is NOT allowed to interfere with free speech. Pathetic.

          • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 11:02 am #

            They seem to be ramping it up, now that Musk filed a countersuit.

        • JohnAZ August 1, 2022 at 12:50 pm #

          To Dis too,

          You kid me for always wanting data and real information about these viruses.

          That IS what is missing here.

          CDC/NIH are both mouthpieces for a system that has not a clue about what it is talking about and Fauci is at the top of the list.

          Does anyone think that he was intensifying virus potency to help humanity? Think bio weapon!

          Also think what he has given to us, with all his knowledge,

          Masks, separation and a killer vaxx. That is it, over and over.

          No wonder there are no answers. Neurodoc, no wonder the MDs are all confused, they know less than the guys in charge, who know nothing.

          • Disaffected August 1, 2022 at 4:35 pm #

            It might be what’s missing, but it won’t solve anything.

            Both sides are dug in now on their beliefs and the information coming out is utterly unreliable. That’s how this was all designed to play out from the git go. When I actually see people getting sick with anything more than the flu I’ll believe in it and fear for it myself. Not until.

      • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 10:46 am #

        I kept hearing people give he talking point “it’s the wave of the future” when discussing these shots.

        How is that in any way science or medicine?

        They also patiently explained how the spike protein doesn’t actually enter your system so the shots weren’t “experimental gene therapy”, but vaccines.

        Guess what? Nobody knew what the damn spike protein would do, they knew what they hoped it would do, and they had no reason to even hope that, because these shots were old and so far failed.

        Birx seems to have been selected because of her history at being bad at vaccines.

    • thirdcoastlegend August 1, 2022 at 11:23 am #

      The, “update,” will simply be extra mRNA and other toxins because people just aren’t dropping fast enough for their taste.

      • Why_weren't_we_asked_about_Degrowth August 1, 2022 at 4:21 pm #

        Moderna, described in 2017 as the mostly highly valued private company in biotech, had run into troubling safety problems with its moist ambitious therapy. The treatments were not safe enough to get to tests on humans. At the time it was forced to turn back to unprofitable Vaccine discoveries, which were known as loss-leaders.

        less then 3 years before CoViD-19 made this company worth $200 billion

        Damian Garde STAT

    • Paula D August 1, 2022 at 11:51 am #

      John K, I don’t believe that story even though I admire Dr. Malone and listen to his giving of the data.
      But the story that “you don’t vaccinate during a pandemic” assumes a pandemic. A real pandemic, where people all around you are sick and the virus is hopping from person to person.
      But we never had that. The hype was one thing, the reality is another.
      There was never any pressure on the virus to mutate there was only pressure at Fort Dietrick to come up with an New and Improved Version that would scare the proles into submitting to the jabs.
      So we went the first year with scary headlines and lurid stories, but most people were unaffected.
      They rolled out the vaccine at the same time they rolled out a Scary New Variant from the UK, which spontaneously generated in one dude in Colorado (with no exposure) and one in San Diego, and then spread all over the country (according to the media) killing people right and left in nursing homes that had managed to escape the first year, but started killing patients of “covid” right after the had their prioritized shots.
      The resistant vexed our ruling overlords, so presto! we got Delta, which somehow started in India, although India had gone a year of remarkably little covid, even though there are a billion of them living in crowded slums and packed like sardines when the travel. And although we had gone through a year of lockdown no one bothered to stop travel from India, so we are told that is why it came here (in summer) just in time to scare the resistant into submission.
      They also told us that children were dying like flies in pediatric intensive care units, although the hospitals so accused denied it.
      And now we have a “new variant” that targets children, just in time to get those parents resistant to the idea of jabbing their already immune children with a GMO product that has already been shown to be spectacularly ineffective at preventing disease.
      And I’m supposed to believe that this is all a natural occurrence?
      I don’t.
      Shut down all the bioweapon research labs and I may, but not as long as they are open and functioning.

      • JohnAZ August 1, 2022 at 12:52 pm #

        Supposedly 30 of them in Ukraine. C’mon Russia, blow those suckers sky high.

        • Paula D August 1, 2022 at 1:43 pm #

          Yeah, Russia is documenting and reporting what they have found in those labs (what the US didn’t manage to destroy before they evacuated).
          Amazingly enough, the US/Euro media is not reporting on it!

          Wow, what a shock.

        • Alzaebo August 1, 2022 at 5:58 pm #

          Apparently Putin got a report that some of those 46 biolabs had been releasing swarms of bats and birds infected with a virus targeted to the Slavic genome.

          Shortly after that, he mobilized.

          • Paula D August 1, 2022 at 7:30 pm #

            China and Russia issued a joint statement before the Olympics calling for an actual investigation of the origins of SARS 2.

            Jeffrey Sachs was on the sham investigative team and he resigned and says that it is clear to him that SARS 2 came from a US bioweapon lab, but that he was not allowed to say that in the committee report.

          • Redneck Liberal August 1, 2022 at 8:53 pm #

            Hahaha…ah, a new CT is born.

          • Paula D August 2, 2022 at 12:23 pm #

            So speaks the man who takes Joy Reid and Malcolm Nance seriously.
            You are not qualified to scoff.

          • ThorsHammer August 2, 2022 at 10:00 pm #


            I’ve often wondered why China reacted with such severity to the initial outbreak of Wuhan COVID 19. There are several hypothesis that fit the policy reaction. One of them is the fact that the CCP had a close eye on the actual development of the Virus along with Gates and Fauci,. The CCP concluded that the initial genetic design received from the US Ft Detrick was engineered to target specific characteristics of the Chinese genome and that it’s release was an act of biological warfare that needed to be fought with a zero covid policy.

          • Paula D August 3, 2022 at 12:27 pm #

            Thorshammer, I am fb friends with a woman with contacts high up in China.
            The reason they reacted so strongly to SARS 2 is because they thought it had escaped from the Wuhan lab. It was a logical thing to think.
            But as they researched it they realized that it actually came from the US, probably brought to Wuhan by those sick US soldiers at the November Wuhan Military Games.
            That is why they have changed their tune and are now calling for an honest investigation into the origins.

      • ThorsHammer August 5, 2022 at 11:17 am #

        Paula, your summary of the roll-out of the Pandemic of Fear is excellent but it needs an earlier time line start.

        In early February of 2020 a doctor friend offered me access to a new testing procedure available only to medical personnel. Being of a contrary mind set, I began to study this new viral threat. The “experts” especially from the UK were comparing it to the Spanish Flu and forecasting millions of fatalities in short order. At this point there was not a single recorded case of COVID19 in the USA, but a cruise ship called the Diamond Princes had been quarantined in port in Japan with all 3500 passengers and crew under strict lock down. A perfect Perri dish for the study of this new disease. As information began to trickle in it became apparent that the new disease was no where as near deadly as was being projected by the “experts.” Elderly couples sharing a tiny shipboard stateroom would have one member experience not even a sniffle, while the other would have severe flu symptoms. In the end, the fatality count was in the low 30’s out of 3,500, similar to the seasonal flu.

        As Bob Dylan said, “Somethings happening here, but you don’t know what it is, do you?, Mr. Jones?” I submit that they did know, and fraudulently manufactured a Pandemic of Fear to create a monopoly market for the mRNA delivery systems that they had been unable to advance to the point where they were safe enough to even be used on animal test subjects.

        Within weeks a worldwide pandemic was declared, and daily new cases shot up into the thousands. Every one who set foot in a hospital or doctors office was tested using a deep nasal swab which was shipped off to a laboratory to determine whether the subject had COVID19. The test procedure used is called the PCR, a process for which its inventor Kory Mullis received the Nobel Prize. Unfortunately Mullis died not long before the outbreak of COVID, but he spent the final year of his life in public appearances explaining why his PCR test is worthless for medical diagnosis.

        For the drug pushers from Pfizer and Moderna this was a perfect opportunity. A scientific sounding test that was obtrusive enough that the subjects would not forget it, with its inventor dead so there was no one to push back against the weight of their PR campaigns. Almost overnight the PCR test became the unchallenged gold standard for determining the presence of COVID. By setting the Cr at any level they chose they could ramp the COVID Pandemic up or down to any level that fits the political needs of the week. Even a year after the CDC had finally declared it unsuitable and recommended that it be abandoned, it is still the most widely used COVID test in the world.

        When you test an asymptomatic subject for COVID and the result is positive, the probability that that result a false positive is 97.5%.
        On that basis we have denied the ability to travel,destroyed careers, and censored thought.

        The viral infection COVID is a real disease, but its actual extent is buried under layers of camouflage. Regardless of whether it was engineered as a bio-weapon in a laboratory, a gain of function research project gone wrong, or a step in a planned population reduction program. As a viral disease it has not been very effective, although the gene modification pogrom that was used under its cover may prove to be far more fatal.

        As a psychological attack on Ho;mo Sapiens, the COVID Pandemic of Fear has been successful beyond the wildest dreams of its promoters. Fully 1/3 of the citizens of the USA have been rendered incapable of rational thought, willing to be boosted into infinity and march their fully immune young children off to have their natural immune systems genetically altered.

        Only Replicants like the post-injection New Americans could be induced to march down the road to WWIII with their eyes wide shut.

    • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 12:17 pm #

      By that logic, we should have never used vaccines at all. And you may be right about that.

      In any case, this isn’t a vaccine. It’s something that hacks your entire system to turn it into a spike protein factory against the previous variant. What about the next one? Why, just hack it again! The incredible coarseness of intellect is appalling. They wouldn’t treat a car or computer this way, but their own bodies (or that of other people at least)? No problem!

      • JohnAZ August 1, 2022 at 12:59 pm #

        I say again.

        If the liars in charge of the mRNA effort had an accurate model, where the mRNA and s proteins stayed in the muscle tissue and did its thing, things would be very different.

        However, injecting mRNA into muscles with lots of blood vessels that will spirit away the MRNA throughout the body is just plain stupid, criminal.

        What the heck is it going to take to declare the mRNA vaxx a threat to humanity?

        BTW, the new Novavax vaccine, the savior, isn’t. It is a nanoparticles covered in guess what? S proteins.

        Fool me once —-.

        • Paula D August 1, 2022 at 1:46 pm #

          JohnAZ you were a nurse.
          Did you ever give a shot of Demerol and tell the patient “In 20 minutes that part of your muscle will feel no pain”?
          Did you ever give even a SC shot, like epinephrine or heparin, and expect that it wouldn’t affect the entire body?
          That whole “Gosh, you knew that when you inject something into the body it doesn’t just stay put in the muscle” line is complete and total bullshit, just like everything else they told us.

          • Paula D August 1, 2022 at 7:17 pm #

            I meant “Gosh, who knew” .
            Anyone who ever injected anything into a body.

          • JohnAZ August 1, 2022 at 10:11 pm #

            Paula D

            That is why, long ago, I brought up the idea that a big problem with the vaxx is the fact it is injected and the model is bunk.

            Hyper saturated muscle tissue in athletes may explain why so many are affected.

            I have noticed that no work has been done to confirm any of this.

      • Ishabaka August 1, 2022 at 6:05 pm #

        None of the vaccines in current use in the USA are vaccines by the original usage of the term, which was to take serum from cowpox blisters of cows – hence the “vacchs” and deposit it under the skin of humans – a live, unattenuated virus, which caused infection. There are several live virus vaccines in use, such as rubella, but they are all attenuated.

    • ThorsHammer August 2, 2022 at 9:31 pm #

      Jphn K

      Death is the only cure for Terminal Delusion.

      Meanwhile, what a wonderful job the COVID Pandemic of Fear has done in preparing the Vaccinated Believers to support the War to Perpetuate Ukrainian Nazism and keep the door to the endless weapons pipeline from Raytheon and Lockheed open.

    • MaryQueen August 3, 2022 at 11:07 pm #

      The clotshots further degrade peoples’ immune systems.

      Or kill them outright.

  13. justanotherguy August 1, 2022 at 10:23 am #

    “What remains to happen, and probably will by summer’s end, is a massive uprising of the non-Woke against the Woke Elites and the end of their insane depredations. They can atone all they want at their trials and executions.”

    your lips to God’s ear

  14. Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 10:23 am #

    Thank you for this article. I’ve been thinking more about religion in the last few days myself, because logic and history and knowledge and science do not explain what is going on.

    • Hereward the Woke August 4, 2022 at 6:32 pm #

      I agree, Beryl. Only something larger than us can explain what has been happening these last few years. It’s a real, existential Good v Evil contest.

  15. JC Penny August 1, 2022 at 10:24 am #

    I don’t know about other areas, but there are an awful lot of folks in my limited awareness circle that are “sick” with most denying it’s flu-manchu. Rather unusual for Summer. Almost as if their immune systems have been compromised. Hmmmmm.

    This does not bode well for the Fall kickoff of flu season. I expect an H1N1 party before the midterms.

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  16. malthuss August 1, 2022 at 10:28 am #

    Taylor Swift is jetting about and the climate justice crew is busting her on this.

    • SW August 1, 2022 at 10:49 am #

      But not a peep about Bill Gates’ private plane and one billion dollar yacht, the Hollywood (vegan) Hypocrites on their enormous estates, or the massive energy expenditures of energy it takes to run all the super computers on Wall Street.

      • malthuss August 1, 2022 at 11:20 am #

        U2, one of them hoped to build a mansion in Malibu

        U2 guitarist won’t get to build mansions on Malibu hillside
        MALIBU, Calif. (AP) — A plan by U2 guitarist The Edge to build a cluster of mansions on a ridgeline above Malibu appears to be dead after California’s highest court declined to consider his last-ditch appeal. The musician, whose real name is David Evans, staged a 14-year legal fight to build five large, eco-friendly homes […]

        • SW August 1, 2022 at 11:33 am #

          I really love it when these celebrities pass off their personal indulgences as “eco-friendly.” Gates’ one Billion $ solar yacht was hardly constructed without the use of fossil fuels.

          • Hereward the Woke August 4, 2022 at 6:34 pm #

            The only “eco-friendly” building is the one that is never built.

        • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 12:20 pm #

          Stupid place to build. Erosion – with the buildings helping to accelerate that process. But putting Eco in front of it is fatuous indeed.

          • malthuss August 1, 2022 at 1:16 pm #

            I knew a builder. He was not rich as he worked for a company. He built 10-50? million dollar Malibu homes.

            He pointed to one in town and said ‘I built that one’ and ‘thats bob dylans home in santa monica’.

            He got a call, ‘the home you are building is sliding down the hill.’

        • BackRowHeckler August 1, 2022 at 1:53 pm #

          I finally found a pic of John Kerry’s oceanfront cottage in Nantucket– pretty s-w-a-n-k-y — and right at water’s edge. There were 4 or 5 oversized SUVs in the driveway, Escalades, Suburbans, Rang Rovers etc.

          • SpeedyBB August 1, 2022 at 10:25 pm #

            Tragic indeed that after five decades I still cannot hear the name “Nantucket” without reflecting back to that nasty limerick from school daze…

        • Unperson37854 August 1, 2022 at 3:34 pm #

          “eco-friendly” mansions, haha

        • Soul Forensics August 1, 2022 at 8:14 pm #

          A common, more mundane problem with building homes on inclines happens after a year or three when shifting ground causes foundation cracks, water damage, electrical fritzes, etc.

          Knew about a rich couple where they had ongoing nightmares about this for over a year with their original building contractors.

          • SpeedyBB August 1, 2022 at 10:30 pm #

            It was quite ugly and untoward of me to be so amused at the [predictable] fate of the Leaning Tower of ‘Frisco. All the richies bawling and calling for their lawyers as multi-million-dollar-unit Millennium Tower shifts, unstoppable toward the neighbors. By last January it marked twenty-six inches off vertical. Should be awesome when the Big One hits.

            Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair.

        • Hereward the Woke August 4, 2022 at 6:34 pm #

          Can I just state here for the record that anyone calling themselves The Edge is a complete tw%t.

      • JohnAZ August 1, 2022 at 1:00 pm #

        Don’t forget the hair looking for a brain.

        • SpeedyBB August 1, 2022 at 10:35 pm #

          Yes, JohnAZ. Mister GoodHair, about whom the irrepressible Dave Barry had the following to say:

          In conclusion, I want to extend my sincere best wishes to all of my opponents, Republican and Democrat, and to state that, in the unlikely event I am not elected, I will support whoever is, even if it is Sen. John Kerry, who once came, with his entourage, into a ski-rental shop in Ketchum, Idaho, where I was waiting patiently with my family to rent snowboards, and Sen. Kerry used one of his lackeys to flagrantly barge in line ahead of us and everybody else, as if he had some urgent senatorial need for a snowboard, like there was about to be an emergency meeting, out on the slopes, of the Joint Halfpipe Committee. I say it’s time for us, as a nation, to put this unpleasant incident behind us. I know that I, for one, have forgotten all about it. That is how fair and balanced I am.

    • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 10:52 am #

      Her excuse is that she isn’t doing all that flying herself, she lets others use her jet.

      So, her defense is that it’s in the air all the time?

      These celebutards didn’t think they meant them when they talked about stopping air travel.

      BTW everybody made a big deal of it when AOC was spotted in Florida during a NYS covid emergency, without a mask.

      Her excuse was that everyone wanted to have sex with her.

      The real question, that nobody asked, was how did she get to Florida?

      There are buses that go between NYC and Florida all the time.

      • Rhett Dawson August 1, 2022 at 11:19 am #

        AOC is the epitome of the modern woman. Back when America was moral, righteous and prosperous, it was common wisdom that, “The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” Today, women believe, “Every man out there wants to fu(k my tight little twat.”

        Women ought to get back in the kitchen where they belong.

        • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 11:25 am #

          Women existed well before kitchens.

          • Rhett Dawson August 1, 2022 at 11:50 am #

            No, not really. Women preparing food for the men and children pre-dates written history.

            Regardless of those eons of our species climbing to the very summit of the food chain, America was at its pinnacle when pies were in the oven – not between the legs of some empowered little b!tch like AOC.

          • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 1:00 pm #

            Yes Really Rhett. Kitchens are a modern invention, and men prepared food for themselves when women weren’t around.

            You know what happened in prehistoric times, do you?

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder August 1, 2022 at 8:32 pm #

            We’re really going back to the fruit pie discussion?

        • Amman August 1, 2022 at 11:25 am #

          I worry about you and your women thing. Did you have a wife or girlfriend experience that was traumatic? There is such a thing as marital bliss, you know. Let’s come back to our senses, shall we?

          PS. No, I’m not a fan of A-ho-C anyway.

          • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 11:51 am #

            She hardly represents all women.

          • Rhett Dawson August 1, 2022 at 11:55 am #

            Don’t worry about me. I am irrelevant.

            I am commenting on the incredible decline of America as porn empowered women from being good and wholesome to AOC-like self-absorbed society-draining narcists. That’s the problem.

          • Rhett Dawson August 1, 2022 at 12:07 pm #

            I never said that AOC represents all women. I said that AOC is the epitome of the modern woman who is now empowered by their birth-right possession of the porn-obsessed modern man’s quest for pie.

          • Paula D August 1, 2022 at 12:13 pm #

            Traumatic for him seems to be women who refuse to bake him a pie.
            So yeah, he is traumatized by his inability to find such a woman and has become fixated on the idea that if ALL women are taught to follow male orders without question, he might get lucky.
            I’m guessing that that still would not work out for him.

          • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 12:23 pm #

            Paula, your instinctive standing up for “women” is part of the problem since it is a denial of the existential problem.

            Sisterhood? Yes, but what kind? Of the damned?

          • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 1:05 pm #

            Jarek what existential problem? I was pointing out that no one even noticed that Miss Green New Deal took a plane to Florida when other modes of transportation are available.

            How does that translate to the erosion of society because women don’t cook for men who hate them, like Rhett for instance.

            I personally make a mean cake or brownie. Pies are a little trickier.

          • Islander August 1, 2022 at 6:12 pm #

            ” I said that AOC is the epitome of the modern woman who is now empowered by their birth-right possession of the porn-obsessed modern man’s quest for pie.”

            Translate into English?

          • GreenAlba August 4, 2022 at 6:33 am #

            “I said that AOC is the epitome of the modern woman who is now empowered by their birth-right possession of the porn-obsessed modern man’s quest for pie.”

            Pornography does not empower women. It disempowers them – that is its purpose. It was the first stage in disempowering women; the trans agenda is the second.

            Porn-obsessed modern man’s quest is not for ‘pie’ – is for more porn. That is its purpose. As Naomi Wolf famously and accurately said, in the face of wall-to-wall pornography, real women are just ‘bad porn’.


            Naomi was right. You are wrong. Not cute-wrong like a monkey riding a bike, just ordinary wrong, like someone who doesn’t do logic.

        • Anthea August 1, 2022 at 11:41 am #

          Many women would have no problem at all with being stay-at-home wives and mothers, except for one thing: the job is uncompensated.

          Perhaps you should consider some line of uncompensated work for yourself. You could travel around barefoot fixing people’s plumbing for free. (Though I doubt that you know how to do that.) Or you could fix people’s cars for free. (You probably don’t know how to do that either.) You could even make fruit pies for people for free. (Can’t do that either?) Can you make a sammich? Most people can do that, though they don’t necessarily do it very well.

          I suppose it’s unsurprising that you think it is desirable for people to do uncompensated work for you.

          You should try it. Almost everyone feels as you do and would love to have people work for them for free.

          • Rhett Dawson August 1, 2022 at 12:03 pm #

            I am commenting on how American society was engineered (over these same non-gold fiat 50 years) to remove the very fabric and structure that made our species king and made America great. My commentary has nothing to do with me or my ability to make myself my own lunch.

            Before Women’s Lib, women were the very heart of the family and were compensated immensely for fulfilling that critical role in a moral, righteous, prosperous society.

          • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 12:24 pm #

            So now you want the Government to pay women to be wives? More of your “traditionalism”, right?

          • butter56 August 1, 2022 at 12:59 pm #

            True enough , when pies were in the oven, one income worked fine.

          • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 1:06 pm #

            Before women’s lib, the local social services recipients were white women with kids whose husbands took off.

          • Rhett Dawson August 1, 2022 at 1:10 pm #

            I never said that I want government to pay women to be wives. That is an unfair strawman.

            I say that the Rockefellers and the bankers engineered our society with their bait-and-switch Women’s Lib that removed us from eons of good, wholesome families and into consumption-driven debt-slaves NEEDING two incomes to “make ends meet.”

            I merely comment on the reality of our current hood-winked situation.
            Unfortunately, I do not have solutions on how best to get from this current mess back to those moral, righteous, prosperous Leave It To Beaver times.

          • Islander August 1, 2022 at 2:11 pm #

            Earth to Rhett,
            long before women’s lib, women were working outside the home. Plus being the heart of the family.

            It all depends on your class. You are obviously stuck in the middle class, or somewhere in that neighborhood . . .

          • Anthea August 1, 2022 at 2:19 pm #

            @ Jarek:

            I see you have arrived at clarity on this matter: the only possible option is government force, as there is no possibility that men would voluntarily treat wives fairly, justly, responsibly, and honorably in economic/financial matters.

            It is good to see that you have comprehended the feminist point of view that men are fundamentally incapable of decency and honor and will only respond to force.

          • Rhett Dawson August 1, 2022 at 2:44 pm #

            Earth to Islander:


            Look at the graph.

            That is Canada, but there are, of course, a million more where that came from as the trend of transitioning from one-income to two-income families was identical in both countries.

            Do not think in absolutes. Of course there were nurses and waitresses in 1955. I am talking about trends, society as a whole and the Rockefeller-led social-engineering of the destruction of the nuclear family that beforehand was at the heart of America’s pinnacle of moral, righteous greatness.

            Also, the strong, vibrant, majority middle class should not be maligned. It was our strength and its demise is part and parcel of the Rockefeller’s Women’s Lib.

          • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 4:25 pm #

            Ant: So you’ve won. Force appropriation of wealth from men to “their wives” is the law of the land – and you’re still not happy. You people want even more.

            Thus women are seen for what they are. The Ancient Vedic system seems to be the only option, whereby a woman is passed from her Father to her Husband to her Son. She cannot be allowed to ever manage her own affairs, lest she destroy herself, others, and society.

            Christianity tried to spiritualize marriage too much, as if it was a contract between equals. Since it’s a contract between spiritual equals, now you folks demand an equal share of the material goods. The spiritual stuff can go to hell. And of course equal means as getting as much as possible, preferably all of it.

            So yes! A contract, not purely spiritual, between families, between Men in other words, that helps to knit the culture together. A dowry is paid. She gets some jewels perhaps. The Father gets money or livestock.

            Voting? It is to laugh. Women have no legitimate interests apart from their husbands, fathers, brothers, and sons. So their interests are represented by them far better than she could ever do for herself.

          • messianicdruid August 1, 2022 at 4:26 pm #

            If moma ain’t happy, nobody’s happy. If daddy ain’t happy nobody cares.

            How can we resolve this?

          • Islander August 1, 2022 at 6:14 pm #


            I did not malign the middle class.

            Reading comprehension.

          • Paula D August 1, 2022 at 7:26 pm #

            druid, nothing to resolve. As Amman pointed out there is such a thing as wedded bliss. I have no way of knowing the percentage or if it’s up or down from previous times, but there have always been happily married couples and unhappy couples.
            The only difference now is that it’s easier for unhappy people to leave, male or female.
            Is that good or bad? For me, leaving my lousy first husband worked out, because then I met my great second husband. So I’m inclined to like this system better.
            The same men who decry this system expose themselves as woman-haters in their comments. I’m guessing that no change in society would help them be happily married. It’s a personal flaw.

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder August 1, 2022 at 8:38 pm #

            druid – If moma ain’t happy, nobody’s happy. If daddy ain’t happy nobody cares.

            How can we resolve this?

            But Daddy gets the big piece of chicken…

          • messianicdruid August 1, 2022 at 10:33 pm #

            So, the statement stands as accepted practice? Is not the disparity obvious? What happened to “submit yourselves one to another”?

          • Anthea August 2, 2022 at 5:00 am #

            @ Rhett Dawson:

            “women were the very heart of the family and were compensated immensely for fulfilling that critical role….”

            Meh. Sometimes they were compensated, and sometimes they weren’t. Or worse, sometimes they struggled to support their families by taking in washing and such because their husbands would not provide, often due to alcoholism. Or in some cases, as with Bronson Alcott, they simply would not work. These instances–which were far from uncommon–were made worse because divorce was either illegal or carried an immense social stigma.

            This was the reason that the first thing women voted for as soon as they got the vote was Prohibition. You will also notice that women lost all interest in Prohibition as soon as divorce became an option. That’s the main reason, if not the real reason, why there is no modern Prohibition movement.

            Nowadays, most men want their wives to work outside the home; it’s a very real expectation. This is true whether or not one income would be sufficient to support the family. IMHO, for the past few decades going back to about 1970, one modest income would have been sufficient to support a family, by 1950s standards. (By 1950s standards, I mean the family would have one car, one landline telephone, and one TV, and their home would be around 1,000 square feet.)

            While being a stay-at-home wife and mother does not NECESSARILY mean you will be uncompensated, it’s a deal where you may or may not be compensated, depending on whether your husband decides to compensate you. Or your kids may or may not get shoes and winter coats, depending on whether your husband will pay for them.

            So you may want to consider whether you would agree to fix people’s plumbing or cars, or bake them fruit pies, with no assurance that you would be compensated at all, and no assurance as to how much you would be compensated.

            How well the traditional stay-at-home wife and mother family structure works out seems to be mostly a matter of cultural traditions–whether traditional values about family life are strong and there are high cultural expectations about responsibility. We don’t have those values today, and the results were often sub-optimal back when we did.

            You can see that the traditional family structure seems to work out fairly well among Mexican-Americans. You can also see that there is a strong sense of obligation to provide, on the part of the men, by the flow of remittances into Mexico.

            I thought I would also mention that, up until the 1950s-1960s, when a young man left home to go to work, in some ethnicities there was a strong expectation that he send part of his income home to his mother, at least if she were widowed or too old to work. If both parents were elderly, money was sent home to Mom and Dad. This is probably where a good share of those remittances sent off to Mexico are going. It’s worth remembering that they’re being paid by people who are at the bottom rung, economically.

            So I’d say that most of the reason we have so few fruit pies being baked is because we live in a dying (or dead) culture. Hubby can’t be relied on to provide, and no one is going to help support Mom in her old age if she doesn’t have a retirement income from work, and is entitled to little or no Social Security because she was rarely or never employed outside the home.

          • Jarek August 2, 2022 at 11:58 am #

            Extraordinary. The complete projection of all problems on to men by Anthea. Women have no moral agency at all in her view – just as Men’s Right Advocates say.

            Women raged about being denied access to “careers” and the System eagerly complied. Wages fell and now women have to work as one person can’t support a middle class life anymore. Anthea blames men – ignoring the huge role feminist demands played in this.

            Again, perhaps she is right, unconsciously. Women may indeed have no moral agency and thus shouldn’t be allowed to sign contracts, vote, etc.

          • Paula D August 2, 2022 at 12:31 pm #

            druid, that is not how the statement goes. You invented the second part and are now complaining that it isn’t fair.

            The saying is: If mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy. Period.
            The clear implication is that if mama is happy the entire family benefits, therefore it is a good thing to make mama happy, which is clearly her husband’s role. You know, tradition.

            There is no: “If daddy ain’t happy nobody cares” You made that up.

          • Jarek August 2, 2022 at 1:08 pm #

            Yes Paula, he made it up. He was creative. He added to Tradition.

            Does that mean what he says isn’t true?

            Many people came to late 19th Century, early 20th Century America and said it was a unofficial Matriarchy. Sayings like this show the truth of it.

          • MimiTN August 2, 2022 at 2:12 pm #

            Oh for God’s saake.

          • Soul Forensics August 2, 2022 at 3:04 pm #

            “Meh. Sometimes they were compensated, and sometimes they weren’t. Or worse, sometimes they struggled to support their families by taking in washing and such because their husbands would not provide, often due to alcoholism. Or in some cases, as with Bronson Alcott, they simply would not work. These instances–which were far from uncommon–” — Anthea

            Meh. Sometimes women were/are neurasthenic and adulterous (read Flaubert; keep up with psych med data which shows 23% of all women hammering back scripts) and profligate (suburban mom stereotypes are widespread for a reason) and just plain nasty and vengeful (see divorce court data and rulings).

            Speaking of adultery, women used to make up about 30% of cheating. Now, with the necessity of women working (oh, great feminist freedom!), women have much more opportunity, what with economic independence and independent travel, to cheat. IOW, women were never more ‘moral’, they just lacked the opportunity to sow their oats. Now, cheating initiated by sex is close to 50/50.

            I find it funny you bring up alcoholism. As I say, many women are drugged up to the eyeballs. They also abuse drink. You don’t hear about it on the news because we have a feminist press, but also because, psychologically, when women get juiced, they tend to become depressed and withdrawn. No ‘news’ to report on sensationalistic TV. When men get paralyzed, however, many get aggressive — bar fights, even murder. Women internalize, and neglect the raising of their children or care of their husbands, OTOH.

            “Nowadays, most men want their wives to work outside the home; it’s a very real expectation. This is true whether or not one income would be sufficient to support the family.” — Anthea

            Your last sentence quoted above is bullshit.

            I know quite a few families who are well-off enough because hubby makes six figs where he doesn’t want his wife to work at all. It’s expected she cook, clean, be pleasant and monogamous. They absolutely don’t want their women to work at all.

            But your speculation on ‘most men’ is groundless, anyway. The vast majority of couples, of course, have to work because the home-wrecking globalists get more work for less pay in addition to enjoying gov’t overreach from family dependence on their services. Feminism!

            “While being a stay-at-home wife and mother does not NECESSARILY mean you will be uncompensated, it’s a deal where you may or may not be compensated, depending on whether your husband decides to compensate you. Or your kids may or may not get shoes and winter coats, depending on whether your husband will pay for them.” — Anthea

            What a weak, wildly generalizing argument.

            Yeah, there are shitty men. And there are shitty women who refuse to “compensate” their men by not being able or willing to boil an egg, by marrying for money and then freezing out their men in the bedroom and transferring their emotional flow exclusively to their children, by trying to dominate the moral sphere by dictatorial decrees on vaxx attitudes and inter-family policies and child-rearing decisions and vegan activism and new age nuttery.

            So what’s your point? All Man bad; All Woman good?

            “So you may want to consider whether you would agree to fix people’s plumbing or cars, or bake them fruit pies, with no assurance that you would be compensated at all, and no assurance as to how much you would be compensated.” — Anthea

            What a sad spiritual view of relationships.

            If you’re really worried about your tit-for-tat exchange, your parsimonious, cold-blooded ‘equality’, just get a pre-nup and you’re good to go!

            But if you really need that, maybe the onus is on you to investigate a potential marriage partner for integrity before you start spreading unfounded suspicion. The same is the responsibility for men, too, of course.

            “We don’t have [strong, traditional] values today, and the results were often sub-optimal back when we did.” — Anthea

            Why don’t we have strong, traditional values today? Do you ever ask that, without ideological assumption?

            When the results were sub-optimal it’s because no cultural value system is ideal. Human weakness and evil will always undercut it to varying extents. The question is: how much will a traditional, value-based system ameliorate the propensity for humans (women as well as men) to be happy and harmonious? I’d say it was (and is) far more likely.

        • malthuss August 1, 2022 at 1:18 pm #

          AOC is the epitome of the modern woman….not imo.
          another shrill dumb non white.

          the gift [grift] of 1965.

          • Rhett Dawson August 1, 2022 at 1:33 pm #

            epitome – noun –
            a person or thing that is a perfect example of a particular quality or type.
            “she looked the epitome of elegance and good taste”

            Just because you do not like something does not make it not so.

          • SW August 1, 2022 at 5:48 pm #

            @Rhett –“AOC is the epitome of the modern woman.” No, AOC is the epitome of a worthless woman whether modern, medieval or ancient. Self-centered, vain, histrionic, cunning and ambitious to a psychotic degree. To see where this road ends, one only needs to look at Pelosi or Hillary.

        • draupnir August 1, 2022 at 3:23 pm #

          Amazon’s new LOTR TV series, set in the second age, is premiering in September. It concerns the rise of Sauron and the forging of the rings of power. The trailers and teasers have Tolkien’s fans up in arms. It looks like another woke nightmare of dreary preachiness doomed to failure. There is a character they’ve named Galadriel, who is actually the rebirth of Xena, Warrior Princess. Elrond plays an advisory roll. It is Galadriel who leads the armies. There’s a black dwarf queen, and a black elf in a romance with a hobbit (called “guess who’s coming to second breakfast” by one wit). I don’t, per se, object to the inclusion of people of color to the story. Apparently, Amazon has strict quotas. It might have gone almost unremarked if they weren’t making such a big deal about it, effectively rubbing fans noses in their break from canon and asking what they are going to do about it? I think they may be about to find out. There are rumors of panic in the halls of Amazon, and they are certainly engaging in vigorous damage control. They’ve assured us there is going to be LGBTQ+ representation too, which frankly, is not for my eyes to see. An executive producer has stated it is time for Tolkein to reflect the world as it is, apparently forgetting we’re speaking of a fantasy world, written specifically for the people of England, and not understanding that those who seek Middle Earth do so to escape the world as it is for a little time. The new Game of Thrones prequel is similarly corrupted. May they get broke.

          • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 4:08 pm #

            May their blade chip and shatter.

          • draupnir August 1, 2022 at 5:21 pm #

            Amazon couldn’t buy the rights to LOTR, or The Hobbit or Silmarilion. They couldn’t get the rights to Tolkein’s unfinished books and stories or his letters. All they got for a rumored 250 million to his estate was the appendices (150 pages) from the end of The Return of the King. Basically, they bought the right to use LOTR in their title and have loosely based their story on snips from the appendices. They thought they’d bought the fan base too. Since the information is so sparce in the appendicies, they have liberally “adapted” it to suit their purpose, which was to make a lot of money and take this opportunity to push their woke philosphy. The two writters they hired have only the last, failed Star Trek movie to their credit, but were apparently in tune with Amazon’s vision (smart boys). Does this sound like a team to trust a one billion dollar project to? They fired Shippley, the Tolkein scholar and expert, early on, though they continue to reference him. Bezos said he wanted his own Game of Thrones. This is it, and I wish him the joy of it. They have committed to five seasons for a cost of 1 billion dollars–the most expensive TV series in history.

          • Jarek August 2, 2022 at 12:00 pm #

            The introduction of female orcs. How appropriate given our times.

        • aibohphobia August 3, 2022 at 2:26 am #

          Kissin’ don’t last–
          Cookin’ do!

          • Islander August 3, 2022 at 8:16 am #

            Hmm, the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.

            Did I just make that up??? (:-))

    • MaryQueen August 3, 2022 at 11:08 pm #

      No one cares about Al Gore’s fuel-wasting entourage though.

  17. Alfred August 1, 2022 at 10:28 am #

    Mr. Kunstler,

    Do you really expect a ‘Massive Uprising’ by summers end?

    I got vacation plans.

    Seriously, why do you actually believe that? Is it faith based? Do you see portents of this uprising? Clearly, anything massive undergoing some amalgamation would be visible. Will it be spontaneous?

    Again, I’m interested in why YOU think this way. I do too, but I’m largely hoping…

    By your leave, sir.

    • JC Penny August 1, 2022 at 10:38 am #

      “I got vacation plans” too. I guess a physical vacation could be sacrificed for a vacation from stupid.

      • Amman August 1, 2022 at 12:20 pm #

        Hmmm… what did you just say?

        • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 1:35 pm #

          I just saw this meme the other day:

        • JC Penny August 1, 2022 at 1:42 pm #

          “Hmmm… what did you just say?” Perhaps the basket phrase, “vacation from stupid” suggested a bit too much of an inclusive population. Not intended if perceived.

          That phrase was in reference to the asymptotic trajectory of brainless sheep “with an emphasis on obeisance to “experts”.” I, for one, could use a vacation from them. A vacation from stupid would be an ephemeral hiatus from their ubiquitous and profligate demands, and well worth the trade for my simple pleasure of sight-seeing our great country. That’s all.

    • Anthea August 1, 2022 at 1:02 pm #

      The only way we could get a “massive uprising” would be if inflation were to reduce the value of food stamps by about half for people in the inner cities. Even then, their first recourse would be shoplifting at the grocery store. Their second recourse would be shoplifting at retail stores and re-selling the merchandise. And the government will increase their food stamps.

      For the most part, whites and the rural poor will get a second job, tighten their belts wherever possible, and/or eat more beans, rice, cornbread, and other carbs–and maybe learn to cook.

      The middle class will ask for a raise, seek a higher paying job, and cut back on discretionary spending. Some might take up gardening…. Or learn to cook.

      Some other rural people will do what we’re doing. We planned a big garden this year, and both my daughter and I are pretty skilled at that. My daughter has a large flock of chickens. I expect my son-in-law to bag a deer or two this fall. And I am shooting rabbits. I don’t think food will be a problem. The biggest problem will be winter heating bills and, to some extent, high gas prices. But I don’t think we’ll be rising up or rioting and looting just yet.

      • mrs_saj August 1, 2022 at 9:32 pm #

        Anthea, You shoot rabbits? Can you share more about how you clean and cook them? I’ve got the gardening thing down, but I’m still missing some other basic life skills.

        I’d also like to learn about making cheese.

        • Anthea August 2, 2022 at 5:36 am #

          I bought a .22 about a month ago. It turns out that you need to be a pretty good shot to kill a rabbit with a .22. (You almost need to hit them in the head–though the forequarters will often do.) Most people hunt rabbits and squirrels with a shotgun. Too much kick for me.

          The guy at the gun shop told me that his 7-year-old granddaughter shoots squirrels for dinner with an air gun (as they are inside the city limits). I figured that if she could do it, I could do it. But it does take some practice.

          I fried my first rabbit today, after killing and cleaning it last night and putting it to soak in brine in the fridge overnight. It was tasty but tough. But I only tried the back legs, so maybe the loin portions are better. I’m thinking I’ll use a crock pot next time. So I’m still learning the best way to cook them.

          As for cleaning them, I watched several YouTube videos. Rabbits are pretty easy to skin. As for disposing of the innards, head, feet, and skin, I left them out overnight and they were gone in the morning. My son-in-law said he just threw dead rabbits into the woods behind the house and let the predators take care of them. They used to have a dog that was very diligent about “rabbit patrol,” and he killed rabbits constantly.

          The guy at the gun shop told me that you need a VERY sharp knife with a 3″-4″ blade to skin and process a rabbit. I bought a set of knives (from Amazon, I think) for field-dressing wild game, up to and including a deer. So I would suggest buying a good set of knives. My set has a small hatchet, some scissors-type things, and what looks like a small saw. I think the job would have been a lot harder without the proper knives.

          Watch that you don’t cut yourself, as good knives are VERY sharp.

    • cbeard August 1, 2022 at 5:16 pm #

      You may get what you hoped for and very well may regret it.

      • cbeard August 1, 2022 at 5:17 pm #

        For Alfred

    • Redneck Liberal August 1, 2022 at 8:44 pm #

      Red meat for the Masses, Alfred.

  18. elysianfield August 1, 2022 at 10:43 am #

    You don’t hear much chatter about this emanating from, say, Harvard’s Kennedy School of Public Administration because, apparently, they’re all-in on the demolition of Western Civ.

    It has been said that the only three bastions of true communism in the world today are Cuba, North Korea, and the Harvard Faculty Lounge….

  19. Rhett Dawson August 1, 2022 at 11:10 am #


    The Boston Red Sox occasionally wear blue & yellow as a “tip of the cap” to Boston Transit. It has nothing to do with Ukraine as they donned them in the 2021 season – well before Russia’s Feb. 2022 commencement of Special Military Operations.

    • JTinMD August 1, 2022 at 1:23 pm #

      They can wear pink tutus for all I care, just as long as they’re in last place and getting hammered by the opposition on a pretty regular basis. Love it so much when RedSux Nation suffers. 🙂

  20. docmartin August 1, 2022 at 11:13 am #

    The question is, how many Americans will the deep state sacrifice in order to maintain control? There will be a September or October surprise. We just don’t know to what extent the psychopaths will go to.

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    • thirdcoastlegend August 1, 2022 at 11:28 am #

      If they manage to kick off open conflict with China the Swamp will use it to try and grab any and all emergency powers they can think up.

  21. observex August 1, 2022 at 11:18 am #

    We have a new winner in the Woke Olympics.

    I received a business email from Canada. It was “normal” in all respects.

    Except, at the end of the email after the signature block, this statement appears:

    “I respectfully acknowledge that I work at 220 Yonge Street, within land that is the ancestral territory of the Anishinaabe, The Wendat, and the Haudenosaunee peoples, and from 1805, the Treaty of the Lands of the Mississaugas.”

    • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 11:43 am #

      You can’t make this stuff up.

      • SpeedyBB August 1, 2022 at 11:15 pm #

        The Australians and Kiwis are big into it. Cheaper than shelling out more wampum to the abos – or Maori. ‘Cause you know where that would go, Jim Beam.

    • SW August 1, 2022 at 11:49 am #

      I imagine all of you caught the cringe-worthy performance of the Pope in Canada. The Catholic Church owes an apology and reparations to the people who are alive today and were harmed by their silence on the sexual abuse that was covered up. Acknowledgment that harm was done is certainly in order and a strict policy that this is never to be tolerated again.

      There’s an Indian casino just over the border in Oklahoma from where I live. I’ve talked to a couple of people who work there about how it’s run, how the employees are treated, etc. and it’s no different than any other business. Including how they treat their “indigenous people/employees.”

      • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 11:52 am #

        Notice the Pope did not mention ONE WORD about the persecution of a Catholic priest?

    • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 12:44 pm #

      So logically, the Tribes – or rather those behind them – can kick people off their property at any time since it is stolen land.

      The Tribes are often only partners in these casinos. Other entities are also involved. It will be even more the case on this issue.

    • malthuss August 1, 2022 at 1:19 pm #


    • Soul Forensics August 1, 2022 at 8:51 pm #

      This scraping of the knee has been endemic in Canadian arts circles for well over a year now. If you DON’T bow and scrape, you’re ostracized, like me. (My art is now communicated within a silo with like-minded people, for now.)

    • MaryQueen August 3, 2022 at 11:10 pm #


  22. Amman August 1, 2022 at 11:19 am #

    ATONEMENT: This title remined me of the speech at the 1995 MMMarch in DC after which, the next day, the pompous and hostile mood of the country changed and came back to its senses.

    Today the country can longer come back to its sense nor can it atone. Except on an individual or communities level, but nationally, this does not seem possible. The crimes of the so-called ‘elite’, about which this site knows well, have foreclosed on that option.

    As for western Europeans, they will soon enter the gauntlet called “harsh winter.” And to be honest I think the rest of the world wants them to ‘feel the pain’ as it were. To see if they have the moral and martial fitness to survive. Forewarned is forearmed.

  23. CrusherMuldoon August 1, 2022 at 11:48 am #

    Connecticut, home of our illustrious contributor BackRowHeckler, has now listed the ground rules for getting the monkeypox vaccine at local clinics:

    Only someone who is a Connecticut resident, identifies as bisexual, gay, nonbinary or transgender, is 18 years or older and has had multiple or anonymous sex partners within the last 14 days is eligible for the vaccine, DPH officials said Thursday.

    The line forms at the rear

    • Rhett Dawson August 1, 2022 at 12:14 pm #

      It sounds like a great place to cruise.

      • CrusherMuldoon August 1, 2022 at 12:22 pm #

        ^5 Rhett! Bravo Rhett!

      • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 12:49 pm #

        Yes, watch the video “The Gift” about Gays trying to get AIDS.

        Shameless? Insatiable? Oh, some of them are far beyond that, well into the destructive and demonic.

        • malthuss August 1, 2022 at 5:04 pm #

          Around the time of Pizzagate, the Ambrose Kane blog disappeared.
          He had a write up on ‘bug hunting’…masochism?

    • JC Penny August 1, 2022 at 12:15 pm #

      Best of the day. Well done!

  24. JohnAZ August 1, 2022 at 12:08 pm #

    How about this?

    Nancy lands in Taipei. Gets off the plane with her entourage. Planes are locked up.

    China bombs the planes, or shoots them up.

    Then puts an aerial blockade in place to trap her in place.

    No one killed or hurt.

    Definitely makes China’s point that they are in charge.

    • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 12:52 pm #

      Nancy then gets plastic surgery to slant her eyes, adopts Chinese customs, and then starts running for office.

      Never forget her and her brothers and sisters wearing khente scarves and taking a ceremonial knee in the Capital.

      • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 12:52 pm #

        And who keeps electing this alcoholic fake Catholic? San Franciscans. Gays and their enablers.

    • thirdcoastlegend August 1, 2022 at 2:07 pm #


      I had similar thoughts about the Chicoms waiting for Nancy to land, then taking her hostage.

      More omniously, there is a second carrier, the USS Abraham Lincoln, steaming across the Pacific, possibly to join the Reagan in the region.

    • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 2:21 pm #

      Why couldn’t Nancy take care of her dirty work online? Did she have to physically move a bunch of semiconductors or something?

  25. Paula D August 1, 2022 at 12:09 pm #

    I remember reading that even in the darkest coldest days of WW2 Germans didn’t touch the Black Forest.
    And Russian scientists working at a seed bank starved to death rather than eat the stored seeds.
    But now Germans have already been cutting their forests, as well as forests in Ukraine and Romania, not to keep warm, but to build new houses, I guess for the “refugees”.
    And Russia put a highway right through the seed bank.
    There are too many people in the US and Europe to go back to the old ways even if anyone was capable of living without gas and Pringles.
    I guess our overlords realize that more than we do and are proactively doing something about it.
    Then they plan on taking over Russia, Ukraine and their farmland and fossil fuel supplies. It’ll be a lot easier when they are depopulated.
    That is the plan as I see it.

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    • Bob Polecat August 1, 2022 at 12:20 pm #

      You are close. Now consider that Vlad Putin is a WEF Young Global Leader graduate himself and you can then see the 3D chess that is really being played while the WEF-ran MSM covers it like a game of checkers.

      • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 12:55 pm #

        So all graduates keep the faith? Just as the Chinese become perfect Globalists since their revolution was funded by the International Bankers?

        No on the latter, and probably no on the former.

        • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 1:13 pm #

          Some of them just get involved in that stuff to feel important.

        • Bob Polecat August 1, 2022 at 1:21 pm #

          Yes, I do believe that all WEF YGL grads keep the faith. It is either that or marginalization (or worse).

          This entire geo-political shmozzle looks to me like nothing more than a grand charade of Good Cop, Bad Cop.

          They want to bring the European people to their knees with starvation & frostbite? Done.

          • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 1:27 pm #

            This ties in perfectly with your all or nothing theology. No shades of gray. Saved or damned for all time. You listened to too much Black Sabbath and Metallica.

            As above, so below. They’re all completely evil. But if so, the world would have crumbled into the Pit long ago.

          • Rhett Dawson August 1, 2022 at 2:27 pm #

            Actually, I never cared all that much for Sab or Metallica. They were too evil for me.

            “He will come again to judge the living and the dead.”

            It is binary. As promised, God will indeed have his Judgement Day. Each and evert soul will be exalted or be damned and this will transpire on His time – not yours. He knows what He is doing.

            It is our mandate to try our very best to “make the cut.”

        • thirdcoastlegend August 1, 2022 at 2:10 pm #

          It doesn’t matter.

          There are reports from Russia they are rolling out their own version of the 4th Industrial Revolution.

          The only future on offer from all the different blocks is the digital gulag.

          The only difference is who is in charge of the gulag.

      • U R IntheVillage August 1, 2022 at 1:49 pm #

        Vlad was NOT a WEF Young Global Leader. Schwab asserted that but it is not true. Do some research.

        • Rhett Dawson August 1, 2022 at 2:18 pm #

          My research has led me to believe that Vlad Putin is indeed a WEF YGL grad. The fact that he is now playing a key role in bringing down the seemingly otherwise completely moronic West lends credence to this well-known and widely distributed belief.

          You claim that Klaus Schwab lied about Vlad Putin being a WEF YGL grad. OK. Interesting.

          1) What, do you think, his motivation was for this otherwise outlandish claim?

          2) I am doing research right now. What? Are you saying that only the perfectly prepared and research-completed may discuss world events on CFN? That would sure prune the commentators around here, right? Discussion here is research. Smarten up.

          3) In order to facilitate my continued research, if you have evidence to the contrary of what I assert, it is your responsibility to provide it while refuting – not simply take a contrary position without any backing evidence and insult your adversary like a 6th grader. That’s how research works. Right?

          4) A little decorum, please.

      • Islander August 1, 2022 at 6:18 pm #

        Bob: Wrong.

      • Paula D August 1, 2022 at 7:39 pm #

        It’s basic math.
        The Young Leaders started in 1993. Vladmir Putin was already 40 years old-aged out.

        You don’t believe that Schwab would lie about this? Are you frigging kidding me?
        Now tell me your theory on how Santa visits every house in the world in only one night, and what happens when there is no chimney.

        • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 10:19 pm #

          Yeah, sounds like he saw a new rising power in the world so he went over to say hi and see what it was all about. Good man. Another Peter the Great. That’s what real leaders do or have their trusted men do.

          All the Conspiracy writers I used to read missed the WEF. Just kept focusing on the the Bilderbergers, Trilateralists, and Bohemian Grove.

          • MaryQueen August 3, 2022 at 11:14 pm #

            That’s a good point. Same, never heard of WEF ’til 2020.

        • JohnAZ August 1, 2022 at 10:21 pm #

          It does not make sense. For a hundred years, Russia has been as nationalistic as we have been and it definitely is now.

          IMHO, Russia is next on the list for the WEF and that is what Ukraine is all about to weaken both of us.

    • malthuss August 1, 2022 at 1:21 pm #

      o m g


    • malthuss August 1, 2022 at 1:22 pm #

      And Russia put a highway right through the seed bank.

      link? how big is the eco seed reserve?

      • Paula D August 1, 2022 at 1:56 pm #

        Links don’t go through the software.
        A search engine might help, unless our overlords are censoring that info.
        The seed bank was big because it included trees.

      • Paula D August 1, 2022 at 1:58 pm #

        I remembered it as a highway, guess it was a housing development.
        I’ll see if this works…

        theguardian dot com/environment/2010/aug/16/russia-president-pavolvsk-twitter

    • BackRowHeckler August 1, 2022 at 2:12 pm #

      “Gas and Pringles”

      ahahahahaha ahahahaha

    • thirdcoastlegend August 1, 2022 at 2:13 pm #


      Well, the human population is in an overshoot condition that was enabled by the Green Revolution that gave us industrial agriculture and chemical fertilizers.

      If those technologies are removed from the scene the current human population can’t be sustained.

      It appears as though the controllers are removing those technologies.

      • MaryQueen August 3, 2022 at 11:15 pm #

        Succinctly stated.

  26. Armenio Pereira August 1, 2022 at 12:16 pm #

    Tough times make men and women alike relearn what’s essential.

    No participation awards.
    No brownie points.
    The recipe for a healthy society.
    (Keeping in mind, however, that even healthy societies decay*, become sick, and disappear, leaving but assorted heaps of rubbish and a handful of mostly misunderstood – by future sentient beings – artifacts.)

    * Mainly because leaders grow soft, careless or simply lose the drive to weed out all those who suck.

  27. Armenio Pereira August 1, 2022 at 12:18 pm #

    no merit – no blame

    What would be of Christianity without the Iscariot, of the Jews without Adolf, of Samson without Delilah, of Biden without Trump?
    Surfin’ the paradoxical wave we must, until we drown.
    As Douglas Adams put it, flying is a matter of forgetting how to fall.

    • Jarek August 2, 2022 at 12:03 pm #

      Christ said that the Son of Man must be betrayed, but woe to the man who betrays Him.

  28. David Webb August 1, 2022 at 12:27 pm #

    I feel a little sorry for the non-elite woke who don’t have the money and power to insulate themselves from the inevitable backlash when sanity returns to society. It’s going to be tough going being ostracized from what’s left of productive society with nobody for support but other identity politics fanatics.

    • butter56 August 1, 2022 at 1:05 pm #

      David, the backlash may never happen because of demographic and generational change. The oncoming generations are on board with the woke.

      • malthuss August 1, 2022 at 1:23 pm #

        really? all whites? blacks?

        • BackRowHeckler August 1, 2022 at 4:57 pm #

          I see in LA County, being an illegal alien no longer bars you from getting a govt job. In fact, you go to the top of the affirmative action list.

          • malthuss August 1, 2022 at 5:06 pm #

            housing, drivers license, schooling, good jobs. and dual shitizenships.

            WEST SIDE STORY — Everything free in merika.

      • Apologist Pete August 1, 2022 at 3:35 pm #

        I disagree, I think we are and will continue to see a steady increase of younger generations waking up. You have to dig a little to see it though because the vocal woke minority is very very vocal, so much like it feels they are all that exists.

        • Anthea August 2, 2022 at 6:04 am #

          i don’t know. Sometimes I have the impression that people have an inborn predisposition to be the “woke” type or the “not woke” type. Some people seem to be conformists by nature. Some others seem to be opportunists by nature–that is, they automatically ally themselves with whatever group seems to have the most power.

      • Amman August 4, 2022 at 10:55 am #

        I have to agree. I can’t see America doing “Uprisings.”

  29. Amman August 1, 2022 at 12:46 pm #

    Today’s article mentions Germany. About which, this context:

    “Let me disclose one secret–one of my acquaintances, a man of extraordinary background and a very notable figure, who is German, had to bitterly admit, during one of our many conversations, that until Germany collapse economically and population as a whole will feel the brunt of this collapse, no political changes are possible. But Germany does need this change desperately because at issue is, actually, a survival of Germans as people. Yes, this is how serious this all is.”

    A Russian Writer.

    • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 12:57 pm #

      They have to repent for accepting Allied propaganda. Unlike the Japanese. The Japanese bowed a bit and did what they had to do – but they never spat on themselves and their ancestors the way the Germans did.

      The Anglo-Zionists broke them and then inculcated them with this guilt complex – as if they are moral and not the demons in human form that they are.

  30. WadeWaters August 1, 2022 at 12:57 pm #

    I read a recent article that said the earth’s weakening magnetic field increases inflammation in humans. As its weakening can’t shield us from solar flares, increased solar radiation and the like. A possible explanation for all the zombies out there? Inflammation of the brain?

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    • Anthea August 1, 2022 at 1:30 pm #

      I think we are just seeing how stupid the average person is. I know many people who manage very well in life, are enjoyable company, and lead fairly interesting lives. I thought they were reasonably intelligent. Those are the ones who surprised me. Turns out they are morons.

      I was not surprised to learn that the retired government employees are morons, as that’s a given.

    • Amman August 1, 2022 at 2:24 pm #

      Speaking of brains, Maybe we should cancel the magnetic field.

  31. BackRowHeckler August 1, 2022 at 1:45 pm #

    I’m worried about the new Tesla ‘Giga Factory’ in Brandenburg, Germany. How will it run without natgas inputs from Russia? How will the plant be heated, & where will electricity come from now that Germany has shut down its 3 remaining nuclear power plants? Can you run a modern industrial country with wind turbines and solar panels? WHAT ABOUT THE EV REVOLUTION?

    • Redneck Liberal August 1, 2022 at 8:28 pm #

      Why not let Elon worry about that, BRH? Don’t you have enough to do enumerating the growing death toll in the gun-obsessed USA?

    • Night Owl August 2, 2022 at 10:02 am #

      They have already started firing up the coal plants again, BRH.

      They did not plan for Putin’s special operation, dove in on sanctions, and are now scared to death that an issue like this is going to sink them even among the masked cud-chewers.

      They want to guide Germany through the Great Reset according to uncle Klaus’s plan, but they really don’t know what to do at the moment.

      They need controlled chaos, and this ain’t it anymore.

  32. wm5135 August 1, 2022 at 1:50 pm #

    Every week i marvel at the voices decrying the madness and then demanding that it stay in place.

    “Learned helplessness,”

    The Elementary and secondary Education Act (ESEA) was passed in 1965 under the Johnson administration. This social engineering evolved into No Child Left Behind (Every Child Left Behind). Everyone you know who is fifty years of age or less have gone through the “Learned helplessness” indoctrination program.

    The path (too many) in the medical profession have taken during the last two years was paved by the education professional’s who sought only to protect their pensions as they abandoned their nation and her children.

    ” I got mine”, “The one who dies with the most toys wins” and “Greed is good” – our society sought out and paid highly persons to spread the gospel of decadence. or as i like to call it “a cracker in a cadillac”

    Walt Kelly is still relevant

  33. Daddyotis August 1, 2022 at 2:14 pm #

    “ What remains to happen, and probably will by summer’s end, is a massive uprising of the non-Woke against the Woke Elites and the end of their insane depredations. They can atone all they want at their trials and executions.”

    This one wins the internet in the category of “WHAT I HOPE BEYOND HOPE WILL HAPPEN”

  34. Uncle Bob August 1, 2022 at 2:33 pm #

    The Red Sox’ hideous sky blue and yellow uniforms debuted last year as part of Major League Baseball’s idiotic “city connect” I initiative, whereby all MLB teams have to create alternate uniforms using elements of the home city — in Boston’s case, a version of the Boston Marathon number tags. The San Fran Giants have orange jerseys and hats that feature stylized Golden Gate Bridges. Anything to create a fad so that fans will drop cash on something unique (read insipid and hideous) because fad = great, and tradition = boring.

    • Rhett Dawson August 1, 2022 at 3:08 pm #

      I stand corrected. I had heard last year that the BoSox’ blue and yellow was symbolic for Boston Transit while a Googling now confirms Uncle Bob’s Boston Marathon tribute.

    • BackRowHeckler August 1, 2022 at 3:59 pm #

      And remember to buy plenty of $20 hotdogs and $25 beers so Hector can build his 30 room mansion outside Santo Domingo and staff it with an armed security detail the size of an army platoon.

  35. Roundball Shaman August 1, 2022 at 2:36 pm #

    “As in the USA, the governments of Euroland have declared war on their own people….”

    The dirty little secret in all of history is that virtually every form of authority over a population is always at war with their own people. Sometimes this war is a quiet one using soft censorship and tight control of the money supply and Wokeism of the Day. At the other extreme is full-on population extermination. But at the heart of the entire spectrum is a hatred of The People by the ruling entity.

    “But it was still a bit of a shock last week to see the Boston Red Sox playing in sky blue and yellow uniforms in solidarity with the neo-Nazi failing state, Ukraine.”

    Sports leagues have long been co-opted to be just another arm of The State. The Circuses aspect of the Bread and Circuses societal control system. Whether it is fly-overs of stadiums by aerial death machines or the quieter Social and Political virtue signaling and engineering done by The State… We the People are always being told what we are supposed to believe and support… OR ELSE. And all this in The Land of Freedom. Where We are free to do as we are told. Always and forever.

    “America’s elites are secretly disgusted with themselves, especially about the wealth they have been able to grift out of all the racketeering that has replaced honest work in our country…”

    If any of them are, it’s only a tiny few. Most all of them do not have the capacity to feel remorse. That was long erased from their psychological makeup years ago if They had such capacity at all. You do not get the heights of wealth and power by having a conscience. That is the first thing that has to go. And once conscience has been eliminated, there is unlimited freedom to do anything you want to people and feel good about doing so.

    “Pharma and its enablers in the NIH-CDC matrix actually have no idea what variants are coming…”

    Sure They do. Just check in with their cutting-edge bio research labs to see a list of coming attractions. Just like the tradition of the auto industry… guys in white coats are always working on the new models to be rolled out when the market and timing is right.

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    • Rhett Dawson August 1, 2022 at 3:03 pm #

      Thx, RBS. Brilliant – as always.

      “Where We are free to do as we are told. Always and forever.”


      I remember hearing, over and over ad nauseum, after that Tuesday in September 2001:

      “The world has changed! The world will never be the same!”

      Then all us ticket-holders needed to stand and cheer like mindless, thoughtless bots while the local pro team flashed some warrior home on leave from occupying Iraq or Afghanistan on the video screen during a TV-broadcast commercial timeout.

      It came out later that, of course, the pro leagues and teams were 100% on-board because these were revenue streams – paid, live advertisements to brow-beat the old and entice the young.

  36. tom clark August 1, 2022 at 3:18 pm #

    Homo sapiens needs to be put on the endangered species list.

    • messianicdruid August 1, 2022 at 4:46 pm #

      Save the babies!

  37. thirdcoastlegend August 1, 2022 at 3:26 pm #

    Here’s more Taiwan speculation-

    What if the Biden tested positive for Covid and went back in the basement because he’s at death’s door?

    Imagine if he passed away while Pelosi was in Taiwan being held hostage by the Chicoms.

    Just think of the unbelievable baying for blood we would hear from the MSM.

    What kind of epic machinations could the Swamp apply to the Presidential line of succession to install their preferred candidate as VP?

    • Paula D August 1, 2022 at 7:43 pm #

      You left out Harris, who is second in line.

    • Redneck Liberal August 1, 2022 at 8:25 pm #

      Fever dreams…they seem to be going around in these parts.

      • Night Owl August 2, 2022 at 9:58 am #

        How do dreams go around?

        Do you understand the words you use?


        • Redneck Liberal August 4, 2022 at 9:04 pm #

          Your ‘fever dreams’ are like a viral infection – you spread the bullshit and the vulnerable soak it up. Your MO since you first started posting your arrogance here.

          • Night Owl August 5, 2022 at 4:52 am #

            Who agrees with you on this board?

            Spoon fed state propaganda.


  38. Rhett Dawson August 1, 2022 at 3:34 pm #

    Beryl & Paula,

    It is counter-productive for you to perform amateur psychology trying to guess the true thoughts of a ‘patient’ that you have never even met.

    Rather than wasting our time speculating on my personal situation or your assumptions of my motives, we’d all be better served if you commented on (and, yes, even argued against) what I actually say.

    1) I am irrelevant. This is not about me and my enjoyment in a slice of fine a la mode fruit pie.

    2) This is about the Rockefeller-led societal fabric-destroying hood-winking that was Women’s Lib. Their elaborate con perfectly coincided with their 50-year non-gold-backed, fiat, Petro-Dollar currency wealth confiscation scheme and, like all good cons, made the victims feel like they were actually doing the right thing while they were being gently led down the path of destruction.

    Either discuss these realities on a societal basis or scroll on by. Your amateur speculation of my personal life and of my thoughts are both inaccurate and blatantly obvious ad hom attacks while the Rockefellers make out like bandits.

    • Beryl of Oyl August 1, 2022 at 4:13 pm #

      I didn’t try to guess anyone’s thoughts. I’ll be the judge of what is and isn’t counter-productive for me to talk or think about, thank you. I don’t work for you, and in case you have not noticed, I don’t defer to men.

      I have my own thoughts about the societal hoodwinking that went on, and IMO “women’s lib” was the antidote.

      • Islander August 1, 2022 at 6:22 pm #

        “Rhett” is reminding me of someone . . .

        • beantownbill. August 1, 2022 at 6:44 pm #

          And you’re right, I think so too. Mary also figured it out. You can hide a wolf in sheep’s clothing, but the teeth always show.

        • Rhett Dawson August 1, 2022 at 7:05 pm #

          ” I said that AOC is the epitome of the modern woman who is now empowered by their birth-right possession of the porn-obsessed modern man’s quest for pie.”

          Translate into English?

          ‘Pie’ is a colloquial word for ‘vagina.’

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder August 1, 2022 at 9:59 pm #

            modern man’s quest?

            Have you read Genesis? I mean holee shit what these guys and gals were up to, over and over, stranger and stranger.

            And yes, OG, I know you’ve read Genesis. Just saying the basest human condition hasn’t changed in millenia, only the addition of the expectation of fake instant gratification supplied by technology and people who don’t give a shit about civilization, only themselves (note: that’s a whole lot of people).

            Anyway, you’re right about the porn part in regards to the destruction of the modern man. But the obsession is built-in from day one, sir!

          • MaryQueen August 3, 2022 at 11:23 pm #

            The fact that you keep equating women with people whose only worth is to bake cherry pies is why that speculation occurred. Everyone else seems to get it, why would you keep denying what you’re doing.


          • MaryQueen August 3, 2022 at 11:24 pm #

            @Mango, OG can’t hide his misogyny no matter how many socks he wears.

        • Hereward the Woke August 4, 2022 at 6:48 pm #

          Me too. Waiting for the “Shameless Jezebel!” comments to fly.

      • Rhett Dawson August 1, 2022 at 7:02 pm #

        I do owe you an apology, Beryl. I scrolled up to pull a quote or two from you where you claim to know my thoughts and/or motives … but could not locate any from you at all as they were all from Paula. My mistake. I am sorry.

        As for your thoughts that the Rockefeller-led Women’s Lib movement was the antidote rather than a cause of the mess that we are in now, can you imagine how awful things would be for us today had they not graced us with every woman in the workforce? So very thoughtful of them.

        As for women cooking and raising our children while men hunted the meat for them to cook in their primitive kitchens – Yes, I do know that that is how our species climbed to the top of the food chain on this planet. I thought that we all knew that.

        • MaryQueen August 3, 2022 at 11:25 pm #

          And then we evolved.

      • Paula D August 1, 2022 at 7:48 pm #

        I actually agree with Rhett that “women’s liberation” that was so highly promoted in the 70s was a capitalist plot to keep women working so that they could get two workers for the price of 1.67.
        The labor market works on supply and demand, so the more workers competing for jobs, the cheaper the wages.
        I agree that children need their mothers when they are little, but that isn’t cost efficient for our owners.
        Same thing about opening the borders, which the same capitalists spin as helping the Dreamers, or some such bullshit. It’s about flooding the labor market with people eager to work for peanuts.
        But if Rhett is going to spin his pie fantasies in public he has to realize that some of us will speculate about his private life.
        If not me..who? If not now….when?

        • Anthea August 2, 2022 at 6:44 am #

          @ Paula D:

          I agree about the “women’s lib” movement. While it was beneficial to women in some ways, it is/was mostly detrimental to women’s actual interests and was promoted in the 70s and beyond to service the interests of the PTB at several levels: lower labor costs due to supply and demand, inreased tax revenues, disguising the rampant inflation of the 70s and 80s, undermining traditional family life, institutionalizing children almost from birth, discouraging child-bearing, depriving kids of parental guidance and affection, and on and on.

          The main people who were liberated by “women’s lib” were men, who were liberated from all social, moral, and financial responsibility.

          You can be sure that any “movement” promoted by media is not an authentic movement at all. An authentic, grass-roots women’s movement would have done much more to address the real interests of women, rather than largely undermining them.

          And the “pie fantasies” do suggest that Rhett is getting little or no pie…er…”pie.” Though I don’t see why he can’t make his own pie.

          • Jarek August 2, 2022 at 12:05 pm #

            Yet you blame men above, ignoring women’s passion acquiescence to their own enslavement. Careers! (work animal at the cube farm. Stupid women.

          • Paula D August 2, 2022 at 12:45 pm #

            Yes, Anthea, if you look at the “benefits” women supposedly got from the very hyped women’s “liberation” movement, they were mostly economic, as in, be a wage slave for life and credit is now open to you. Women can now open bank accounts, buy houses and get credit cards in their own names.
            Actually, the easy credit cards were also rolled out in the 70s. Who benefited? The banks and stores.
            Before that people unable to postpone gratification put items on layaway. After that, they went into debt servitude. That’s OK, work some overtime and pay it off.

            I now realize that if the media is 24/7 on something, then that something should be looked at with great suspicion.
            Same with Watergate. All networks carrying the hearings all day? Really? I now think that that was a Color Revolution. What Nixon did to piss off TPTB I don’t know, but I don’t think they were worried about “democracy” or “saving our system”.
            Same as now. I actually watched the video that Redneck Liberal thought was so persuasive. They are literally redefining political activity as “nsurgency”.
            This is a major power move.

          • Anthea August 2, 2022 at 10:26 pm #

            @ Paula D:

            One of the main results of the women’s “liberation” movement was that married women, especially with children, are now expected to work two jobs: one as a housewife/mother and one outside the home in the workforce. Employment outside the home also made children much more expensive, due to the cost of daycare. These two factors strongly discouraged both marriage and childbearing.

            Working motherhood has, IMHO, had a terribly deleterious effect on the lives of both women and children.

            Also, IMHO, what is really beneficial to the interests of women, children, and society in general are stable marriages and children raised by stay-at-home moms.

            Based on my observations from my 1950s childhood, stable marriages where hubby did his best to provide for the family, and where his presence in the home was not more deleterious than not, were not a general thing. Even back then we had two divorced women on our block, one where hubby abandoned the family and one where hubby was an alcoholic. We had two widows and one widower. In the case of one of the widows, hubby committed suicide by blowing his brains out behind the Red Dog Saloon, leaving her with four kids, two of them toddlers. In one family, the mother of four young children was forced to go to work, since hubby wouldn’t. In one family with five kids, hubby was known to beat up on the kids a lot, and in later years I heard him described by neighbors as “mean as a snake.” But, on balance, there were some solid families where hubby went to work every day, and all was as happy and peaceful as could be expected. Still, I’d say that about 50% of the households were very troubled–and two of the three households headed by women were among the most peaceful and stable. The widow was, in one case, very well-to-do and worked as a schoolteacher, and one of the divorced women was the town librarian and a devout Catholic. The other divorced woman (whose husband took off) suffered from leukemia for most of the years the kids were growing up, but she had wealthy relatives who helped her out a lot until her death. The whole situation was obviously tough on the kids, one of whom was mentally handicapped.

            Certainly one proponent of women’s llib among my age group was a woman whose parents had both died–Mom just about the time she graduated from high school–and left her with three younger siblings to support, as well as a daughter of her own, after her husband abandoned the family. So she raised the daughter and siblings alone. That woman had a stainless steel spine and is still one of the people I most admire in this world.

            So I’d say that about half the families on my block featured dads who were either alcoholics, abusers, or bums–or were absent. This was pretty fertile ground for the women’s “liberation” movement–and this was back in the 1950s-60s, when families were still fairly stable, and there was ample stable head-of-household employment for the men.

            I know it sounds like Tobacco Road, and it was a predominantly blue-collar, lower-middle-class town, but my subsequent experience was that the same shit goes on in more affluent areas; it’s just better hidden. (This is why you never get to know your neighbors in suburbia. They are careful about that.)

        • Amman August 2, 2022 at 3:11 pm #

          IMO, the thing that impacted US society the most, black and white, was the drugs. Weed, first and foremost. I say impacted, past tense, because the present situation, meaning the opiates usage, is on another level.

        • MaryQueen August 3, 2022 at 11:27 pm #

          And then also, the capitalist plot to put women (cheap labor) into the workforce actually helped women who didn’t decide to raise families, for whatever reason.

          But women who decide to try to steer their own destinies never seem to be the focus for some reason, although single men don’t have that same perception problem.

          • Paula D August 4, 2022 at 7:49 pm #

            That is true.

    • MaryQueen August 3, 2022 at 11:21 pm #

      LOL. What an idjit.

  39. jarrollin August 1, 2022 at 3:45 pm #

    This won’t be a popular comment. And I don’t intend any disrespect to JHK’s poignant essay. But just think, ten years ago “woke” wasn’t really a word. Now it has such a melting pot of meanings that a Wizard of Language couldn’t distill it.

    • Paula D August 2, 2022 at 12:54 pm #

      “Woke” is today’s Puritanism, and its acolytes are the same smug and self righteous sorts who believe that their way is the Only Pure and True Way, so the entire society should adhere to their beliefs. Heretics must be shunned and purged, if not imprisoned and killed.
      No other views can be allowed, no other beliefs tolerated.
      Free speech must be banned, freedom of assembly redefined as “insurrection”, freedom of the press censored and stifled, bodily autonomy redefined to suit their tattooed, pierced and jabbed selves.
      It’s may not be easy to define, but I know it when I see it. The smugness emanates from every pore, even online.

      • jarrollin August 2, 2022 at 3:23 pm #

        Nice. Thanks for this.

      • MaryQueen August 3, 2022 at 11:31 pm #

        Spot on, Paula.

      • Amman August 4, 2022 at 11:06 am #

        Is CNN considered woke? Because I was watching for 3 minutes the other day and it felt OW – Otherworldly.

  40. Prospero August 1, 2022 at 3:46 pm #

    “Just having a lot of money means less than it used to.” The passage of the 16th Amendment in 1913 allowed Americans to start paying the interest on money borrowed by the newly created Federal Reserve.

    Based on income levels, money earned in 1913 was taxed at rates of 1% to 7% and was due in April 1914. These federal income tax rates have gone up substantially since 1914, in these times of multi-trillion dollar deficits.

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  41. HowardBeale August 1, 2022 at 3:47 pm #

    “They can atone all they want at their trials and executions.”

    Dear Lord, all I want for Christmas is a guillotine…

    • cowbell81 August 1, 2022 at 5:27 pm #

      How much is that guillotine in the window?
      The one with the bloody steel
      How much is that guillotine in the window?
      I do hope that guillotine’s for sale

      I must take a trip to California
      And leave my poor sweetheart alone
      If he has a guillotine, he won’t be lonesome
      And the guillotine will have a good home

      How much is that guillotine in the window?
      The one with the bloody steel
      How much is that guillotine in the window?
      I do hope that guillotine’s for sale

      I read in the papers, there are robbers
      With flashlights that shine in the dark
      My love needs a guillotine to protect him
      And scare them away with one fall

      I don’t want a whip or a shotgun
      I don’t want a scythe that stalks
      I don’t want a bowl of little poison pillies
      He can’t take a poisoned perp for a walk

      How much is that guillotine in the window?
      The one with the bloody steel
      How much is that guillotine in the window?
      I do hope that guillotine’s for sale

      • malthuss August 1, 2022 at 7:21 pm #

        is this po-em your creation?

      • Paula D August 1, 2022 at 8:31 pm #

        Ha, ha, Cowbell.
        I’m thinking we’re going to have to make our own though.

      • MaryQueen August 3, 2022 at 11:32 pm #

        LMAO! Great stuff.

  42. Biking Viking August 1, 2022 at 3:58 pm #

    those Sox uniforms are kind of old, some tie in with the Marathon or some such thing, i.e. let’s sell more crap to the hordes… but not made for taking a knee for the Nazis and Zelensky or anything. They sure do fit the bill though.

  43. BackRowHeckler August 1, 2022 at 4:29 pm #

    Suddenly an extremely rare virus is hitting newborns & infants in Memphis, called parechovirus, in areas where Sec. Mayorkas has been dumping illegals. You can add this to the cases of polio and meningitis turning up in children across the country. Apparently letting hundreds of thousands of illegals into the US from squalid Central American barrios and fetid jungles without health checks has consequences. Little ones are paying the price.

    Wear a mask, indeed.

    • Redneck Liberal August 1, 2022 at 8:21 pm #

      This is not an ‘extremely rare virus’, Marlin. It’s common enough and not actually an issue to anyone unless they’re under 3 months old. \

      Parechovirus is a virus that usually has very mild symptoms, or none at all. Sometimes it can cause serious illness in babies and young children.

      healthdirect.gov.au (I figured a link to the CDC wouldn’t carry any weight…)

      So, why do you constantly nag about the filthy Mexicans et al bringing squalid 3rd world diseases? This is how misinformation looks.

      • BackRowHeckler August 1, 2022 at 8:50 pm #

        Not Mexicans necessarily. Further south, from the jungles of Central America.

        How do you explain the sudden cases of meningitis, and the re emergence of polio?

        • JohnAZ August 1, 2022 at 10:13 pm #

          He can’t, so like all good little Libbers, he ignores the issue.

          • Redneck Liberal August 1, 2022 at 10:53 pm #

            The ‘issue’ is being created by you ‘good little trumpsters’.

        • Redneck Liberal August 1, 2022 at 10:59 pm #

          So, Florida is having an outbreak of meningococcal disease (a couple of variants). Nothing ‘new’ here…

          Where I live, there ARE no third-world illegal immigrants and our university colleges have men B outbreaks from time to time…but the sky is NOT falling.

        • Redneck Liberal August 1, 2022 at 11:08 pm #

          How do you explain…the re emergence of polio?

          Well, I don’t have to explain it, but you don’t even bother doing any “research” – not even ‘your own’, apparently. You get a talking point from Tucker Carlson and just dive right in there! Good little Marlin!

          The current polio-like outbreak isn’t actually polio:

          ” A series on the enteroviruses that appear to cause a polio-like neurological disease, Acute Flaccid Myelitis. Hopefully we can use what we have learned from both the success and challenges of poliovirus vaccines to mount a formidable defense against emerging enteroviruses such as those causing Acute Flaccid Myelitis.

          Then, of course, we have effective vaccines for poliomyelitis (which is proving effective against this emergent attack), and the most noticeable outbreak is actually in Malaysia.

          I guess they can’t blame illegal immigrants, and they’re already third world, and have “squalid (cities & towns) and fetid jungles without health checks…” so it clearly serves them right, huh?

          • GreenAlba August 2, 2022 at 6:50 am #

            “Well, I don’t have to explain it, but you don’t even bother doing any “research” – not even ‘your own’, apparently.”

            When you’ve finished the research necessary to ‘debunk’ Dr Chetty’s 100% success rate in keeping his 7000 covid patients out of hospital – and in preventing them from even suffering from long covid – you could move on to checking out how, in swaths of Africa, vaccine-induced paralysis has taken over from wild polio-induced paralysis in children since the rollout of Gates polio vaccines.

            We wait with bated breath (for something not sourced from Fullfact et al) or Reuters/AP.

          • GreenAlba August 2, 2022 at 11:20 am #

            “Good little Marlin!”

            Bad little Redneck. Never comes back to clean up after himself.

            Still waiting for you to debunk Dr Chetty. Or you may do the opposite, which would involve acknowledging that covid is the most treatable respiratory disease there is. Which would, in turn, involve admitting that there was never any need for a ‘vaccine’. Never. Which would, in turn, involve admitting that there is another agenda at play than preventing covid infection and transmission – which everyone who’s not living under a rock knows the ‘vaccines’ do not do, and yet you still can’t travel to many places without certification that you’ve had said useless – and highly dangerous – intervention, and mandates continue to exist. All of which would involve admitting that conspirators, not conspiracy theorists, are an actual thing, and not a benevolent one.

            C’mon Redneck. FFS pull your head out of the sand or from that other place wherein it dwells.

          • Night Owl August 2, 2022 at 1:57 pm #

            Like I said: Drive-by poo-fling.

            He has neither the intelligence nor the nuts to get into it with anyone beyond a post or two of name-calling.

  44. Claire Potter August 1, 2022 at 4:49 pm #

    Great article. Tear it down and build back better with Tyranny!! and Socialism! They are only able to do this because the elections are a joke and have been for many many years. Thank GOD for the internet where if you know where to look you can get alternative media.

  45. cowbell81 August 1, 2022 at 5:00 pm #

    Biden continues to suffer from Covid and test positive. Pelosi is going on a kamikaze mission to Taiwan. After those two pesky old timers are taken out, then Kamala will be able to run our ship of state right upon the coral reef, cackling all the way. Bill Gates will be brought in as a czar on public health issues, and Buttigieg will step up to the plate and take over some big time policy agendas.

    All of this is being planned. Watch for it to play out in the next 1-2 weeks.

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    • Redneck Liberal August 1, 2022 at 8:12 pm #

      Noted. See you on or about 15th August to review your prognostications.

  46. cowbell81 August 1, 2022 at 5:15 pm #

    Per CBS News:

    NYC stores locking up Spam amid shoplifting surge

    Some New Yorkers are resorting to theft as inflation lifts the cost of everyday goods, including food.

    Drugstores in parts of New York City are on high alert amid a rise in shoplifting and are increasing security measures to stop theft. Cans of Spam, a cooked pork product that retails for $3.99 per 12-ounce tin, appeared to be encased in an antitheft container at a Duane Reade store in Manhattan, according to a customer who shared an image of the loss-prevention device on Twitter.

    Cans of Celebrity brand ham, which retails for $3.49, were also encased in plastic, according to a customer tweeted an image of the product.

    In June, the consumer price index rose 9.1% in from a year earlier, the highest inflation in more than 40 years.

    The COVID-19 pandemic has also led to a rise in retail crime, due in part to the increase in online shopping. Thieves have become more brazen in stealing from stores because they can sell items online, experts have said.

    Walgreens, which owns Duane Reade, did not immediately reply to CBS MoneyWatch’s request for comment.

    In May, New York Mayor Eric Adams and Attorney General Letitia James announced the arrest of 41 people who were allegedly part of a crime ring that stole thousands of items from drugstores, along with luxury clothing and goods.

    • SW August 1, 2022 at 6:17 pm #

      One of the reasons there are so-called food deserts in the poor sections of major cities is due to theft. This has been going on for years but it sounds like it’s escalating and finally caught the attention of media. And I’ve read that drugstores in San Francisco that have been looted are not going to reopen so people will have to go further to get prescriptions filled.

      Makes you wonder about eBay, doesn’t it? All those new clothes with the tags to prove it.

      • BackRowHeckler August 1, 2022 at 6:29 pm #

        I’ve mentioned a few times that during the riots in Hartford in 1968 ALL the food stores were looted and burned out. They never reopened. Dems like it that way because at election time they can rub our noses in the ‘Food Desert’ that Hartford has become. Of course, racism is to blame. But there have been numerous attempts to establish grocery stores in the city. They all fail, and its not only because of the shoplifting and vandalism. There is the bigger problem of assaults and robberies, and stolen cars, in the stores parking lots. I ask you, in all seriousness, how can anybody do business under those conditions?

      • malthuss August 2, 2022 at 12:01 am #

        also people are reluctant to go into ‘bad’ areas to work at the grocery.
        grocry profits are a razor thin margin.

        theres the rap ‘song’ about the black gal shot by the asian store worker or owner.

    • Lance Boyle August 1, 2022 at 6:30 pm #

      Wife: Could you do the egg bacon spam and sausage without the spam then?

      Waitress: Urgghh!

      Wife: What do you mean ‘Urgghh’? I don’t like spam!

  47. BackRowHeckler August 1, 2022 at 6:18 pm #

    Things are heating up once again in Kosovo/Serbia too; gunfire was heard on the border today — another NATO/Russia flashpoint.

    “We will protect Serbia”–Czar Nicholas, July 1914

    “-We will protect Serbia”–VPutin, August 2022

    • Lance Boyle August 1, 2022 at 7:47 pm #

      “What could possibly go wrong?”
      – Archduke Franz Ferdinand

      • Paula D August 1, 2022 at 8:36 pm #

        “The part of Archduke Ferdinand is now being played by Nancy Pelosi.”
        (Said in hushed voice at the start of the play)

      • Hereward the Woke August 4, 2022 at 6:53 pm #

        “Are you sure this is the right way?” Mrs Ferdinand.

    • Jarek August 1, 2022 at 10:26 pm #

      Very interesting. They didn’t the last time. Putin was actually flying to the United State when the bombing began. He turned the plane around, no doubt burning in fury.

      Then he built up the military I imagine so it would never happen again.

      • Paula D August 2, 2022 at 1:00 pm #

        It’s China’s turn.
        While the US was destroying Yugoslavia they bombed the Chinese Embassy.
        Then they said “Oops, our bad. We were using old maps”.
        China needs to step it up and not leave Russia to fight alone.
        They should bomb Camp Bondsteel (built on stolen Serb land) and say “Oops, our bad. We were aiming at Pelosi’s plane”.

  48. malthuss August 1, 2022 at 8:02 pm #

    this just crossed my desk,

    At doctors office. I overheard a healthy individual under 40 who worked at the office, just died in their sleep.

    Health providers are required to get all vaccines.

    • SoftStarLight August 2, 2022 at 3:03 am #

      Lol working late? I have also noticed an increase in people asking for prayers and good thoughts, vibes, etc because a loved one has been rushed to the ER due to heart attack, heart issues. Cannot recall ever seeing so many similar comments/posts prior to vax

      • malthuss August 2, 2022 at 9:57 am #

        last nite I went to a social event.

        a woman [new face to me] told me, ‘my friend got the shot, ankle swelled, more problems followed, then she died young’.

  49. gustafson.robert.22 August 1, 2022 at 9:15 pm #

    “Woke Elitedom has more money than it knows what to do with… Don’t worry. Soon they will have a lot less money.”


    • SoftStarLight August 2, 2022 at 2:56 am #

      Si. But the felling of the forests for fire wood is a big source of intense stress and anxiety

  50. tom clark August 1, 2022 at 10:57 pm #

    What do you do w/ someone who can’t walk and chew gum at the same time? Ban them from the blog? That’d be me.

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    • Redneck Liberal August 1, 2022 at 11:11 pm #

      They let one be president in the 1970s…oh! And a second one 2017-2021…so there’s possibly a big future for you in politics, tom clark.

    • SoftStarLight August 2, 2022 at 2:50 am #

      Who would you like to ban tom?

  51. tom clark August 1, 2022 at 11:36 pm #

    Sorry, RL/ I have no desire for a future in politics. I find politics repulsive. Mike Pence in 2024!

  52. Soul Forensics August 1, 2022 at 11:49 pm #

    You can now buy packaged crickets and larvae from gas stations in Australia.

    Somehow I think potato chips and chocolate bars will be scooped up a bit more readily.

    • SoftStarLight August 2, 2022 at 2:46 am #

      It all sounds so dreadful. It might be cute to take advantage of market dynamics and introduce a crisp locusts and golden honey stack pack lol. Not sure what to call it. But the messaging on the packaging could be amazing. Atone. Partake in the Wokospel. And the little story could talk about why locusts and honey is all you get because you’re a giant, sinful carbon monster etc.

      • BackRowHeckler August 2, 2022 at 7:21 am #

        Likes EVs, the market for insect based Snacks is nonexistent.

        That doesn’t mean the marketers won’t keep trying.

      • Disaffected August 2, 2022 at 9:20 am #

        We’ll need to address how the little buggers are raised as well. Are these “free range” bugs, or are they “sweat shop” bugs, living short, hard, and brutal lives raised in degrading conditions? And by god there BETTER NOT be any glue traps involved! Have we looked into their little bug eyes and determined for a fact that they don’t have a bug soul before we munch them down like so much popcorn? So many questions yet to be answered.

        • SoftStarLight August 2, 2022 at 11:05 am #

          I know right! The questions never end lol. But wow, definitely the bugs will be free range. What do you think? This is going to be some kinda animal cruelty operation? The locusts will be happy and fat and free. Until they become snacks of course. But nary a glue trap will be used in the process. And there will be religious rites performed as they are snackified so their little souls can swarm to the heavens, or wherever locusts souls go.

          Please be nice today 🙂

          • Disaffected August 2, 2022 at 5:53 pm #

            How will they harvest them, I wonder? Heat flash to flash fry them? Microwave? Surely not just smash them underfoot? Or will they somehow still be all wiggly good, served up live inside a chocolate covering?

            The Korean wives were known for coming out on the flight line after a rain at night (which was every night in the warm months) when I was stationed in South Georgia. The water bugs were a tasty treat, enjoyed on the spot as well as bagged for later. Not to be too graphic about it, but they would break them in half and suck the goo out of them, much like slurping an oyster. Quite a sight!


          • SoftStarLight August 3, 2022 at 2:21 am #

            You know, I never said that you can commune with everything. But there are many spirits that you can commune with. It was actually just a big joke honestly. The details of the actual locust trade being a bit too much for my sensibilities. But from a marketing perspective I can share with you that chocolate covered locusts have a better chance. Not if their moving though. Eww

        • Jarek August 2, 2022 at 12:20 pm #

          Some people have tried to emotional support insects on to airplanes.

          In India, there are hospital Temples that try to heal injured animals, including insects.

          Dis would do well to apprentice himself to such a Temple to learn compassion.

          • SoftStarLight August 2, 2022 at 1:29 pm #

            I think an apprenticeship is a wonderful idea. Also Dis may want to consider an emotional support tarantula. They can be outfitted with an adorable micro shirt or dress on their abdomen. So precious lol

          • Jarek August 2, 2022 at 1:44 pm #

            They could go out with matching Hawaiian shirts, with the Tarantula perched on his shoulder.

            How are you coming with your Spider phobia desensitization?

          • SoftStarLight August 2, 2022 at 2:10 pm #

            OMG that is an awesome idea!! 🙂

            So far I am doing well on that front actually. I’m still not ready to allow a spider to crawl on me, but if I see one around the house I feel comfortable knowing it is culling other insects in the house that could become pests.

          • Disaffected August 2, 2022 at 5:58 pm #

            Send me your addresses and I’ll see about getting you some Western Diamondbacks to commune with. Maybe throw in a gopher or two for free. We have scorpions and tarantulas as well, but neither care for people, so you’ll rarely see them.

          • Disaffected August 2, 2022 at 7:22 pm #

            You two are in luck!


            Nice cuddly pics, too!

          • Jarek August 2, 2022 at 10:12 pm #

            SSL: There are some nice spider pictures. At least some of them have a face if you look at it from the right angle.

            Every pest is a potential pet looking for its forever home…..

          • SoftStarLight August 3, 2022 at 2:12 am #

            Aww a forever home. That’s true. I mean, every creature needs a home. I recently have been watching these beautiful dragonflies, i think they are called blue dashers, who seem to have become fond of a big azalea bush in the back yard. They let me get real close and they don’t flutter away and they definitely have faces. I can even put my finger like right up to their big strange eyes lol but they don’t move. I call em my sweet little flutteries.

          • MaryQueen August 3, 2022 at 11:38 pm #

            I love insects and wouldn’t eat them.

            I really love spiders, and got a close-up amazing photo of a wolf spider mama with hundreds of babies being carried on her back. She was on my front porch.

            They are (to my knowledge) they only spider that carries their young that way.


            Not that arachnids are insects, technically I believe they are not. But I have had a love of ‘bugs’ since I was a kid.

            I’m also fascinated by bee, ant and termite colonies.

        • SpeedyBB August 3, 2022 at 1:40 am #

          VIETNAM WAR ERA – American GIs taking some R’n’R in Thailand. They’re sitting in an outdoor eatery, drinking beer and snacking away, when a cute girl with a tray of fried locusts comes by. She eyes them, smiles.

          GI 1: Hey, look what she’s got. Bet you won’t eat one.

          GI 2: You’re on. Come over here, honey. Let me try a handful of those little critters.

          LOCUST SELLER: Five Baht. You like?

          GI 2: Umm, they’re crunchy. Hey, I bet it’s not easy to round up all these little guys. How do you catch them?

          LOCUST SELLER (shaking head): No, no, not hard. Very easy! Psssss (makes spraying movement with her hand)

          • Disaffected August 3, 2022 at 9:51 am #

            LOL! Sounds about right. I remember six inch cockroaches in Hawaii distinctly. And the fact that you had to empty your cupboards and wash all the plates and dishes weekly to kill all the buggers who would set up house between them. I’d keep six packs of the large cans of Raid or Black Flag on hand for dealing with them. Learned too late that powdered sugar and baking soda were the environmentally correct solution. Seems cockroaches can’t burp, so they eat the sugar and the baking soda makes them blow up. Who knew?

    • Soul Forensics August 2, 2022 at 1:59 pm #

      Isn’t Redneck Lib an Aussie?

      Maybe he could shoplift a pkg of worm larvae and report back with a taste test review!

      • Anthea August 3, 2022 at 12:21 am #

        Ah! An Aussie! I never could get Redneck and Liberal to compute as a combination, since we have no such types in th US–except maybe as fetishism or theater, as with gay men wearing assless chaps.

        Perhaps he is some Ennis Delmar or Jack Twist of the Outback–or is similarly attired.

        Brokeback Mountain was a GREAT movie, by the way. You have to look at it from the perspective that being gay is most often a personal tragedy. Although I suppose this is also true of being heterosexual.

        • GreenAlba August 3, 2022 at 6:07 am #

          Joe Bageant called himself a leftneck. 🙂

          If Redneck and Majella are one and the same, he’s from NZ. Cargill/Tekapo was from Australia.

  53. Amman August 2, 2022 at 4:26 am #

    For “white supremacy” the defaming pens. For “white achievement” little to no ink. – TRUE LINES

  54. Edge Lordin’ August 2, 2022 at 4:49 am #

    Cuba is having a cigar crisis due to shortages and unavailability of fertilizers.

    At least that’s what the Europeans tell the little guy. The little guy trying to buy a puro Cubano.

    Somewhere in the middle lies the truth: Cubans are being priced, world-wide, to reflect the Hong Kong market price. As it is an in-demand luxury good.

    As Cuba exported to Spain and Switzerland to fetch the best market price it now exports to the wealthiest area of China. And China sets the price.

    But it does not end with cigars. It begins here.
    A once rather common good has become a luxury.

    Ramon Allones to Tomahawk steaks. Expensive because of fertilizer, and available only for the über-wealthy, as a high end luxury should be.

    Fertilizer prices are being manipulated for “climate change”. You can still send your private jet to retrieve a few cases that can be delivered to your yacht content knowing that although you emit more carbon than a large city that you did your duty by paying for it.

    Today, Freedom has a price. A very high one.

    • BackRowHeckler August 2, 2022 at 7:18 am #

      Apparently the entire Cuban nation is in economic crisis at this point.

      Brownouts and Blackouts are becoming more and more frequent due to lack of fuel to run power plants. And altho there is no danger of famine, food shortages are real and a reduced diet is becoming a reality.

      Cuba joining the ranks of failed states in this 3rd decade of the 21st century, along with Lebanon, Ceylon, Venezuela, SAfrica & Ukraine.

      Normalizing US-Cuba relations would go a long way to improve the lives of Cuban citizens.

      • Amman August 2, 2022 at 7:38 am #

        Hahahahahaha. The New Normal, sure.

      • Amman August 2, 2022 at 7:39 am #

        But I agree, Cuba should be released from the sanctions.

        • BackRowHeckler August 2, 2022 at 7:56 am #

          Yes, after 63 years you would think enough is enough.

      • malthuss August 2, 2022 at 9:25 am #

        there are many news items on youtube that I saw,

        sri Lanka
        el Salvadore

        any others to add to the list?

        as goes the price of gas, coal, etc so goes a nations health.

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    • SoftStarLight August 2, 2022 at 11:15 am #

      iow the tomahawk steaks are too expensive for any ole throwing competition 🙂

    • SpeedyBB August 3, 2022 at 8:30 am #

      Hey Edge,

      In the 1970s I was attempting to follow the Cuban cigar story, in part because of an involvement with the Filipino cigar industry (kind of a “failed state”, businesswise).

      What I heard / read was that Castro initially disdained tobacco cultivation, as the latifundistas who owned all the good land where they grew cigar tobacco were most likely Batista fanboys.

      Later he changed his tune, most likely on account of desperately needing foreign exchange. But much of the carefully-nurtured land had been ruined by chemical fertilizers, where they replanted corn or another grain after the revolution.

      The best seeds were reportedly spirited out of the country, though that was a high crime. They are doing quite nicely now in Central America.

      The point of all this is that a “Cuban” is not the same “Cuban” as back when. All the good people left along with the seeds as well.

      The vast majority of nouveau riche buying these smokes wouldn’t know a good cigar from a White Owl.

      • Edge Lordin’ August 3, 2022 at 8:50 pm #

        Firr shirr

        But there are still many exquisite puros cubanos.

        There are good “new world” cigars, but many are so called “boutique” brands that oftentimes amounts to nothing more than an entrepreneurial cigar fan buying leaves from the major producers and creating some mélange flavor bomb with a kewl/aggressive band and some contrived marketing mythology.

        You can certainly enjoy a sparkling Napa but it just ain’t champagne

  55. BackRowHeckler August 2, 2022 at 7:34 am #

    Some kind of gang war going on ‘in de hood’ in Hartford; 5 people gunned down in the last 2 nights. (which is alot in a city with a population of just over 100,000).

    Typically, none of the political ads running now address the problem, or any problems. Instead, it’s all about abortion, despite the fact Ct has probably the loosest abortion laws in the country — the State encourages abortion, and will pay for you to get one.

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    • Amman August 2, 2022 at 7:41 am #

      I recall an antique railroad station there plus a few memorable clubs.

    • PeteAtomic August 2, 2022 at 9:24 am #

      The life of black America is rule by gangs in heavily urbanized areas, that have just enough commercial activity to provide the local population booze & processed foods.

      Their “community” is just what the “woke” leftists want for the entire nation: a population almost completely dependent on government, with drug dealing as the only economic activity.

      • malthuss August 2, 2022 at 9:55 am #

        Agenda 21

    • elysianfield August 2, 2022 at 10:59 am #

      A question.

      Could a guy identify as a pregnant female, present himself for an abortion, and have his hemmorhoids fixed at the same time?

      …Asking for a friend….

  56. CrusherMuldoon August 2, 2022 at 8:55 am #

    Tactical ‘Provocative’ Move: China Brings Warships, Planes Near Taiwan Strait Ahead of Nancy Pelosi’s Anticipated Visit

    Still concerned about abortion and what bathroom to you?

    • BackRowHeckler August 2, 2022 at 9:35 am #

      If indeed Pelosi’s plane is shot down, I wonder what the response will be?

      Remember when Trump was President — just a few years ago — the Dem/MSM/Lefty meme was ‘Trump is a madman who will get us into a war’, lol?

      • CrusherMuldoon August 2, 2022 at 9:47 am #

        Remember this headline?

        Trump denies Pelosi aircraft for foreign trip, after call for State of the Union delay.

        At least Trump had the balls to stop this madwoman. Joe Biden is a gutless POB

        • Night Owl August 2, 2022 at 1:55 pm #

          He had all of the luggage sent directly back to her office as well.

          There is a video of it.

          Good times.

          • MaryQueen August 4, 2022 at 6:25 pm #

            Yes! That was hilarious.

      • Amman August 2, 2022 at 5:22 pm #

        Your question requires a complex and an imaginative IQ to answer.

    • malthuss August 2, 2022 at 9:54 am #

      Still concerned about abortion and what bathroom to you?

      Yes. I m concerned about all sorts of things.

      • CrusherMuldoon August 2, 2022 at 10:16 am #

        Well, if this Pelosi thing disintegrates into a bright white flash, bend over, place your head firmly between your legs, and kiss your ass goodbye. Problems solved.

      • SoftStarLight August 2, 2022 at 11:20 am #

        I know. If anything it simply means an expansion of things to be concerned about. Ugghh Why does she have to go to Taiwan anyway? Someone said it was because she wants this as her legacy. Personally I would have thought Fiji would have been a better destination and more of a tropical paradise feel

        • Bob Polecat August 2, 2022 at 12:09 pm #

          Smoke and mirrors.

        • Anthea August 2, 2022 at 1:16 pm #

          Since there is not reason at all why she should go to Taiwan, I assume that it’s just some very scripted theater in which she and Xi (and others) have agreed to act out their roles. For some reason (unknown to me) it serves their interests. So, who knows how the script reads?

          So far, quite a few people have gotten quite a bit of publicity out of it.

          • SoftStarLight August 2, 2022 at 1:34 pm #

            Hmmm. It’s difficult to imagine Xi working with the likes of Nancy Pelosi. Allegedly Xi was super nasty to Biden on their last conference call. Of course I suppose that it could all be scripted out but I dunno. Commentators I have listened to seem to think China will have to react to this provocation to save face. And I could easily imagine Nancy Pelosi risking Armageddon for her own personal career goals and acolytes.

          • Bob Polecat August 2, 2022 at 4:58 pm #

            I think that you are right, Anthea. I think that Schwab, Macron, Trudeau, Arden, Putin, Biden, Xi et al are all “in on it.” They all have their role to play and they will all “live happily ever after” once they have reduced us to 500,000,000 compliant, marked, bug-eating serf-bots.

            God, of course, has other plans.

    • CrusherMuldoon August 2, 2022 at 10:17 am #

      Use instead of you

      • malthuss August 2, 2022 at 10:20 am #


        • CrusherMuldoon August 2, 2022 at 10:37 am #

          Tactical ‘Provocative’ Move: China Brings Warships, Planes Near Taiwan Strait Ahead of Nancy Pelosi’s Anticipated Visit

          Still concerned about abortion and what bathroom to USE?

    • MaryQueen August 3, 2022 at 11:59 pm #

      Yeah, I’ll continue to worry about perverted men in women’s bathrooms.

  57. Night Owl August 2, 2022 at 9:53 am #

    Dutch farmer/anti-WEF protests are really heating up here.

    Tire fires raging and bales of hay burning 24/7. Roads blocked everywhere with piles of manure, and city centers overrun with protestors.

    The public appears to back them quite strongly as well.

    This is what we need. Been heading over the border to buy local produce quite often lately. Wooo!


    • SoftStarLight August 2, 2022 at 11:25 am #

      Wow that is an amazing pic! Honestly I don’t even see much “conservative” alt media coverage of this.

      • Night Owl August 2, 2022 at 1:46 pm #

        This stuff is going on daily. Protests are massive.

        McMedia doing everything they can to keep it quiet.

        • SoftStarLight August 2, 2022 at 2:13 pm #

          Tucker needs to show these photos on his show and interview some of the farmers! Joe Rogan too! If ya’ll are peeking in, pretty please

        • MaryQueen August 4, 2022 at 12:03 am #

          Always fun to see the Rednut-like apologists up there commenting.

          • Night Owl August 5, 2022 at 4:55 am #

            Speaking of Rednut, he has gone back to his Trae roots.

            Not only did he claim to be a Youtube celebrity, but he now corresponds directly with CNN’s Malcolm Nance, and has sent him my forum posts.


  58. malthuss August 2, 2022 at 10:19 am #

    comments online

    I not so worried about food shortages,
    I am more worried about WWIII!
    The next 72 hours will tell the tale.

    If you hear about WW starting, go to the store immediately.

    • RelativeGuise August 2, 2022 at 10:28 am #

      I agree. Stock up.

    • gustafson.robert.22 August 2, 2022 at 10:34 am #

      Great. Wiping my ass with leaves again.

      • cowbell81 August 2, 2022 at 11:31 am #

        Yep, come fall better rake them all up and save them. It’s going to be a long, cold, lonely winter.

        • Paula D August 2, 2022 at 1:05 pm #

          Let ‘um rot. They make good fertilizer.

      • Hereward the Woke August 4, 2022 at 6:59 pm #

        You’re lucky, Robert. We’ve only got pine cones. Thank God for constipation!

    • MaryQueen August 4, 2022 at 12:03 am #

      I don’t need to. I have soooooooooooooooooooo much food.

  59. elysianfield August 2, 2022 at 10:54 am #

    Well, ladies and germs;

    Good News! Situational Awareness this AM reports;

    IRAN ALREADY NUCLEAR CAPABLE: Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization leader Mohammad Eslami warned that Iran already has the technical capability to build a nuclear device but states the country does not intend to do so. Eslami explained that Iran had decided to shut off international monitoring cameras in its enrichment facilities as it was “not acceptable”.

    Whew, that was close. The Iranian’s promise not to to “Nuke-Up” their military capability must be a huge relief for those in Israel and Saudi Arabia who consider these things….

    Got me to thinking, however.

    What did Allah mean when he put Nuclear capability in their hands? What could be His purpose?

    God is Great!

    • cowbell81 August 2, 2022 at 11:08 am #

      Iran was quoted as saying that they now have nukes and are more than prepared to turn New York into a wasteland. My response to them: Better hurry, Mayor Eric Adams is quickly beating you to the punch! Same goes for the once great city of Chicago!

    • Bob Polecat August 2, 2022 at 12:07 pm #

      What was God thinking when He wrote Revelation and then subsequently allowed nuke capabilities held by:


      North Korea


      The Lord works in mysterious ways. These times will end.

  60. cowbell81 August 2, 2022 at 11:49 am #

    And……Nancy has made touchdown! Let the war games begin!!!

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    • Jarek August 2, 2022 at 12:12 pm #

      China has to man up. There will never be a better time with America vastly overextended with its army unable to meet its recruiting goals. At last ordinary Whites have learned that the System loathes them and doesn’t deserve their sacrifice.

      Reach out your yellow hand and take the apple of your eye. What can the dog eyes (their name for us) do? What dare they do? The capitalist swine have already sold you the rope. Time to use it.

      • elysianfield August 2, 2022 at 5:03 pm #

        The Chinese only bluster, it seems. They lose face*. This is the first correct move our State Department has engineered in years of my watching.


        All watching.

        *C. Chan

        • Jarek August 2, 2022 at 5:51 pm #

          They are the Sick Man of Asia again. What a disgrace!

      • ThorsHammer August 4, 2022 at 6:49 am #

        China needs to woman up. Can you imagine how much damage a billion China Dolls wearing pink pants suits could do? I mean, if one staggering drunk 80 year old can back down the most powerful man in all of China—.

  61. GoldenRoad August 2, 2022 at 12:09 pm #

    Seriously – where is the mRNA die off? Source. Data. All of you seem to have bought the BS Health Ranger posts where there is no evidence that any of it it true. Looking through the comments, it appears JHK and this ditto crowd has created cult of personality that prevents the majority here to allow any truthful info entering.

    But of course JHK is happy with your monthly Patreon transfers and keeps the BS flowing. Going to guess the majority of the crowd are at least Septuagenarian and haven’t connected with anyone much younger than them in quite some time. As for CRT and secondary schools – it just doesn’t exist. Trust me, my kids all went through Ann Arbor’s public school systems. If there was CRT you would see it there. Despite helping them with homework consistently over the last two decades, there was none. How would I recognize it? Well I do have a history degree from an Ivy League university obtained long before CRT existed in history departments where it is primarily used at the undergraduate but mostly upperclass and graduate levels.

    Seriously – saw one commenter say he buys books but never reads. What a load of crap. This is a dark corner of the internet entrapping you in the cobwebs of fear and disinformation. Read, think, live. Bye.

    • Jarek August 2, 2022 at 12:15 pm #

      The Global Elite thought of just about everything – except the Life Insurance industry. Deaths are up at a steady 20%. After the introduction of the Vax during the lockdown, the death rate was up 40% in working age people. Now that people are getting treatments again and aren’t at home and depressed, the death rate has fallen back to 20%.

      • Anthea August 2, 2022 at 6:37 pm #

        Also, a few months ago, Karl Denninger noted that something very strange had happened with the BLS statistics on the number of people in the workforce. BLS statistics indicated that about 100,000 people had disappeared from the workforce–simply gone poof!–in the space of a few months. Karl noted when presenting this data that there are only three ways that a person could disappear from this count: be incarcerated or placed in a nursing home or die. If I remember right, the third possibilty was to leave the country and renounce your US citizenship.

        Obviously, the number of people in the US workforce is fairly stable. Fairly predictable numbers of people enter the labor force at, I think, age 16, and a fairlly predictable number of people die or enter nursing homes (or prisons), or re-enter the labor force after being released from prison.

        Denninger noted that the disappearance of about 100,000 people from the labor force in a matter of a few months was absolutely unprecedented–which he knows for sure, as he has maintained a dataset on this for around twenty years. And there is only one possible conclusion as to what happened to them: they’re dead.

        • Jarek August 3, 2022 at 12:42 pm #

          Well said, evil one.

      • Paula D August 3, 2022 at 12:43 pm #

        Wait. The increased death rate was only last year?
        Is that what you’re saying, Jarek?

        • Jarek August 3, 2022 at 2:27 pm #

          Since introduction of the Vax. Covid deaths were simply the rebranded Flu, the flawed or deadly regimens they put people through, and of course due to the complete social breakdown of the lockdown.

          Altogether that upped the death rate among working age people forty percent. Now that things have returned to relative normal, the death rate among working age people is still up twenty percent. What could it be but the Vax?

          • Hereward the Woke August 4, 2022 at 7:02 pm #

            Just to put those 40% and 20% figures in perspective: a 10% in the normal death rate happens every 200 years or so.

    • cowbell81 August 2, 2022 at 12:15 pm #

      Wow GR, you are totally off the mark with that comment. Thanks for the ageist claim that most people here are Septuagenarians. Again, totally off the mark, what does age have to do with anything these days? It is the core beliefs and cutting through the bull crap of the MSM that is of primary importance.

      Thanks again GR and good luck in finding your way to the “golden” truth.

    • Bob Polecat August 2, 2022 at 1:01 pm #

      GR: Go to BitChute and search: Edward Dowd. Mr Dowd was educated at Notre Dame and then spent a couple of decades in a high-flying Wall-Street career.

      Then you’ll know that these mRNA gene-therapy clot shot death jabs foisted on billions via fraud are reaping souls as planned.

    • Night Owl August 2, 2022 at 1:45 pm #

      Been posted multiple times. Last stats showed the massive jump in all-cause mortality.

      Ofc, those with at least two brain cells to rub together know you are posting this because the information is now gushing out of the proverbial faucet.

      Too bad, so sad.

    • SoftStarLight August 2, 2022 at 2:22 pm #

      The die off will occur over years. It’s not an immediate gratification thing. The internet is dark because it is not illuminated with natural light like the outside physical world silly.

      Bye Felicia

    • Soul Forensics August 2, 2022 at 3:13 pm #

      The big jump in deaths happened right after jab #4. Accumulation hitting the critical point. Could resemble a hockey-stick graph once the 4th jabs are more prevalent. Next six months will be interesting.

    • Lance Boyle August 2, 2022 at 4:48 pm #

      GoldenRoad? GoldenShower, more like.

      • cowbell81 August 2, 2022 at 4:54 pm #

        Ha! You know what the old Golden-man likes!

    • Amman August 2, 2022 at 5:31 pm #

      You can’t fool all the people all the time. And certainly not the people here.

      • Lance Boyle August 3, 2022 at 1:33 am #

        “You can fool some of the people some of the time … and jerk the rest off.”
        – Steve Martin

        • Amman August 4, 2022 at 12:11 pm #

          OK, lil’ gangstah.

    • Anthea August 2, 2022 at 6:58 pm #

      @ Golden Road:

      It’s been more than ten years since my youngest graduated from high school–so my last encounter with high schoo history nonsense predates CRT–but they were teaching some pretty fucked up history, even back then. My youngest was taught that the story of the first Thanksgiving was that the Pilgrims invited the Indians to the first Thanksgiving, feasted with them, and then killed them right there on the spot. High school history is notorious for being pretty heavy on the bullshit–and was, even in my day–but this was a new one on me.

      Many working people tell me that CRT is constantly shoved down their throats in the workplace, and there are fairly frequent dust-ups on the Facebook Community pages (I am a member of community pages for two school districts) about the teaching of the gender-fluid agenda at the elementary level. I haven’t seen much on the CRT issue vis-a-vis the schools, though there is some argument about this on the community pages.

      It was recently reported to me that there is a boy in the high school in the nearest town to me (a tiny town of about 2,000) who identifies as a girl and has been allowed to use the girls’ restrooms. This is in a town that barely acknowledged the existence of covid from the beginning, and completely disregarded shut-downs and mask mandates well into the fake pandemic. (The whole county mostly did the same.) So residents are displeased that the school is condoning a boy pretending that he’s a girl.

    • MaryQueen August 4, 2022 at 12:06 am #

      I’m sure JHK is rich as Croesus from this here lil’ blog.

      What an active imagination you have.

  62. Rhett Dawson August 2, 2022 at 12:48 pm #

    Paula D:
    But if Rhett is going to spin his pie fantasies in public he has to realize that some of us will speculate about his private life.
    If not me..who? If not now….when?

    Comparing society in the present to society in the past is an academic exercise, It is neither a fantasy nor is it indicative of my personal life.

    1) It is my belief that our society and, therefore, our nation were better and stronger before the Rockefeller-led Women’s Lib (and its corresponding supply/demand ramifications in the labor market).

    2) Women baking delicious fruit pies is symbolic of those better times because it was reality back then.

    3) Women’s Lib has turned our society so upside down that now many women get immediately emotional, insulted, offended, defensive and resentful at the mere mention of baking a fruit pie while women in the past felt motherly loving pride at baking a delicious fruit pie for their men and for their children.

    4) I make love to a wonderful, beautiful woman regularly. I love her. She does not bake fruit pies. She works.

    5) My beliefs of society having gotten much worse over these past 50 years of non-gold-backed fiat Petro-Dollar wealth-looting by our “elite” is academic (i.e. considers neither my tummy nor my second head).

    Again, I find it more productive to discuss the topics at hand rather than wildly speculate, with no information whatsoever, on belittling ad hom attacks of the commentator.

    • MaryQueen August 4, 2022 at 12:07 am #

      Thanks for making me throw up in my mouth a little bit.

    • Hereward the Woke August 4, 2022 at 7:04 pm #

      Your comments, Rhett, give me deja vu. Why would that be?

  63. Q. Shtik August 2, 2022 at 1:35 pm #

    Why are there no comments from late last night to the present, 1:35 pm, Aug 3rd?

    • Q. Shtik August 2, 2022 at 1:36 pm #

      My mistake… never mind.

      • Jarek August 2, 2022 at 1:41 pm #

        Are you Peter? Quo Vadis, Petra.

      • SoftStarLight August 2, 2022 at 2:24 pm #

        Wow, you made a mistake Q. Time to atone

    • Lance Boyle August 2, 2022 at 3:40 pm #

      Time travel has always fascinated me.

      How are the markets doing tomorrow?

      • cowbell81 August 2, 2022 at 4:03 pm #

        Is Piglosi still alive in the future world of tomorrow?

        • Lance Boyle August 2, 2022 at 4:35 pm #

          Is New York nuked? Philly?

  64. cowbell81 August 2, 2022 at 1:54 pm #

    Listen to the latest Podcast JHK just posted. It is a real doozy, covering a lot of good current topics of world affairs and our economy. Not much to disagree with, looking ahead to the next 20 years or so we are facing a bleak hellscape. Thanks a lot Lord Klausenschwab!

    • SoftStarLight August 2, 2022 at 2:25 pm #

      oh goodie, ok!!

  65. Night Owl August 2, 2022 at 2:04 pm #

    Your reminder that the criminals behind the Corona Hoax did not take the clot shot.


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    • Q. Shtik August 2, 2022 at 3:05 pm #


      I just want to make sure I’m drawing the right conclusion from your link. The first person who appears to be getting a shot actually isn’t because there is no needle on the hypodermic device.

      Not sure what I’m supposed to gather from the Bill Gates shot other than that Gates desperately needs a new hair dresser.

      • cowbell81 August 2, 2022 at 3:07 pm #

        Typical, a multi-billionaire yet he cannot afford a $3.95 jar of hair pomade and a pocket comb.

        • elysianfield August 2, 2022 at 8:02 pm #

          National Lampoon once opined to a pic of Gates;

          “Bill Gates is worth 8 Billion dollars…apparently a good haircut costs 9 Billion….” (paraphrased)

      • GreenAlba August 2, 2022 at 6:22 pm #

        The person getting the shot isn’t Bill Gates. Look at the ears.

        • Redneck Liberal August 3, 2022 at 9:42 pm #

          Do your mask straps NOT make your ears stick out?

          • GreenAlba August 4, 2022 at 6:57 am #

            Is that a serious question? Not that I wear a mask, but unless your ears are very bizarrely configured, wearing a mask does not make your ears stick out. No wonder you have trouble with serious stuff. Perhaps you are wearing a mask designed for a child?

          • GreenAlba August 4, 2022 at 7:03 am #

            Not to mention that the hair isn’t even the same colour.

          • MaryQueen August 4, 2022 at 6:21 pm #

            G.A. – LMAO!!!

            Now I am picturing some old fat dude with a tiny mask squeezing his head and making his ears poke out.

        • MaryQueen August 4, 2022 at 12:09 am #

          He looks like my late Irish grammaw, and he is such a misshapen blob it’s always hard to tell if it’s actually him.

        • Q. Shtik August 4, 2022 at 3:21 pm #

          Look at the ears. – GA


          I considered that Alba but then concluded it was the face mask loops that were pulling the ears out like cup handles. The same thing happens when I wear a mask. Go back and take another look and let me know what you think.

          • Redneck Liberal August 4, 2022 at 9:10 pm #

            See, GA?

          • GreenAlba August 5, 2022 at 6:26 am #

            I could only get a mask to make my ears stick out if the mask (a) didn’t fit me or (b) because of (a) or because I’d had the thing on for a long time (this only happened to me once, on a train, with a totally useless cloth mask whose straps were too short) I had to move the straps from where they should be to the movable part of my ear, simply to provide some relief because the back crease of my ear – the bit that doesn’t move – was hurting from wearing a mask that was too right.

            So, no, I don’t see. Also because I don’t see Bill Gates as the kind of person who’d find himself wearing a mask that didn’t fit him properly and whose straps didn’t stay where they were meant to.

            When I put on reading glasses or sunglasses, my ears don’t stick out either.

            And that’s before we deal with the observation that the hair above the ears is steel grey in one photo and grey-white in the other.

            I can’t believe I’m even having this conversation.

      • Night Owl August 4, 2022 at 2:45 pm #

        The conclusion would be that when you see no needle, it further reinforces that what you are watching is fraudulent.

        Theater for idiots.

        • Redneck Liberal August 4, 2022 at 9:21 pm #

          Grainy video with bad lighting, and you can’t see a 25 gauge 12 mm needle? Colour me surprised. Of course, for the Gigantic-Brained One, Night Howler, this only re-inforces his already deeply-entrenched narrative bias. Everything is fake, and the sky is falling. Buk-buk-buk…

          • Night Owl August 5, 2022 at 5:02 am #

            You have convinced me. Robert Malone and Luc Montangier were wrong.


          • GreenAlba August 5, 2022 at 6:42 am #

            Redneck – why do you waste time on drivel like this when you’ve been asked multiple times to ‘debunk’ (which you must be desperate to do and amply able to do) Dr Chetty’s 100% successful treatment of his 7000 covid patients, which renders the ‘vaccines’ utterly unnecessary and therefore having an agenda that is not about health? At least not in a good way.

  66. cowbell81 August 2, 2022 at 2:31 pm #

    Go ahead China, start WWIII over the death of Nancy Pelosi. That would be one for the history books. Maybe they could hold her hostage and we could work out a real deal with the Chicoms and the Ruskies over her and Britney Griner as a package deal.

    Pelosi is certainly no Nancy Reagan, nor is she akin to Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Here’s hoping she lives it up and enjoys her stay in splendor as a visitor of distinction. May the rockets red glare light the path of the runway as her jet departs!

  67. tom clark August 2, 2022 at 3:14 pm #

    A reminder to all the farmers and would be farmers out there…asphalt is the land’s last crop.

    • cowbell81 August 2, 2022 at 3:18 pm #

      Good point, maybe and maybe not. If you bust it up enough do you think that the oil and other minerals could be extracted for future industrial purposes? Maybe some leachate will enter the soil that will make future crop yields through the roof?

  68. Edge Lordin’ August 2, 2022 at 3:21 pm #

    Do the brain-dead ZeroHedge crypto NPC’s get it yet:

    “Great Reset: Banks Using ‘Sneaky Tactics’ to Drive Public Towards Cashless Society – Union”

    Breitbart dot com /europe/2022/08/02/great-reset-banks-using-sneaky-tactics-to-drive-public-towards-cashless-society-union/

    When they invite Joe Sixpack to invest in the ponzi you should know better! They only invite the omens when they need someone left to hold the bag.

    And to think the banking cartels that control… everything

    … would let crypto continue without an ulterior motive?

    Dipshits who dig their own hole

    • Night Owl August 2, 2022 at 3:51 pm #

      Yep. Use cash whenever possible. They are already slowly eliminating cash machines/ATMs and human cashiers at stores here in Germany.

      • GreenAlba August 2, 2022 at 6:27 pm #

        At my nearest corner shop they used to ask ‘cash or card?’ as you filled up your bag, right up until covid. Now they get the card machine ready without asking you, so I have to say ‘I’ll give you cash’ every time. Sometimes I add ‘use it or lose it’ for emphasis, but they’re generally about 20 and it simply does not compute.

  69. tom clark August 2, 2022 at 3:48 pm #

    GR…I think you’re probably right. A lot of Clusterfuckers are in their 70s and have followed the JHK blog for a long time. Hell, Jimbo’s in his 70s now for Chrissakes. Give the ol’ man a break. The longer he keeps on truckin’, the longer he’ll add to his amazing vocabulary and contribute, for better or worse, to rational discourse in this broken world. Jimbo and Q, of course.

    • cowbell81 August 2, 2022 at 4:01 pm #

      I bet donuts to dollars there have to be some college aged “kids” that follow along with this blog. Law of averages and all would tend to imply that this should be the case.

      • BackRowHeckler August 2, 2022 at 6:39 pm #

        CB81 a few years ago a kid from Amherst College showed up here, chimed in a bit; it seems he majored in ‘Environmental Science’ and couldn’t find a job. He claimed to have known Twiggly Puff (remember her?) It sounded like he was pretty beaten down with bullsh#t lefty college hate whitey propaganda — which led him to a dead end in life. The kid was beside himself. I took it upon myself to give the kid some advice “See here man, buck up, I know for a fact just south of you in Springfield, Mass, the RR was hiring, looking for young guys. Show up there, talk to the foreman, tell him you want to work. Those Rail Road jobs are good paying Union jobs.” We didn’t hear from him after that so I hope he took my advice.

        • malthuss August 3, 2022 at 2:48 pm #

          where is TP now?

          I hope he took my advice./ do not be silly. if he got that job he would have responded here.

  70. Rhett Dawson August 2, 2022 at 3:58 pm #

    China is pissed!

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    • cowbell81 August 2, 2022 at 4:02 pm #

      Piglosi is likely to soon be rooting around that big pig pen in the sky. Or at the very least the deep state will whisk her away to an undisclosed locale, never to be heard from again. I hear that Jeff Epstein’s old island is awfully nice this time of year.

    • MaryQueen August 4, 2022 at 12:10 am #

      Why do you talk about your sex life on a public forum?

      Talk about desperation for acceptance.

      Yuck + yikes.

  71. Q. Shtik August 2, 2022 at 4:29 pm #

    On July 30, under the prior thread, I posted the following comment:

    Peter barfed in a waste basket this morning. We’re lucky it wasn’t on the carpeted floor.

    But on a side note:

    My wife has a cousin Bob who is married to Phyllis. Phyllis has a brother (that would be Bob’s B-I-L). Whenever Bo and I would get together with Bob and Phyllis, our respective brothers/BILs would be our only topic of conversation.

    I thought no one could top the stories about Peter but this other dude (don’t know his name) made Peter look normal. He (Phyllis’s brother) is bi-polar. I won’t even attempt to pass along the tales of his bizarre antics. Not long ago, 2-3 months I think, Phyllis put him in a nursing home. Last night we got word that he died there at age 63. I don’t understand what makes a mental case person die at an early age. Maybe Neurodoc can shed some light.

    The name of the bi-polar person is Richard. My wife and I have been informed that a viewing and funeral are scheduled for this Thursday. We will attend. A copy of Richard’s obituary was provided along with very positive comments from life-long friends in both NJ and Calif. There were also a number of pictures from happier days boating, fishing, etc and one with his very beautiful former wife who also wrote a brief comment with a totally positive slant.

    The take away from all this is that when someone dies all is forgiven… at least temporarily. To read the obit and comments from friends you would never know there was the slightest thing odd or “off” about Richard. There was one brief remark from a buddy about ‘getting calls in the middle of the night’ but those calls were always welcome because they were from Richard. I gather that Richard was smart and had a certain Charisma which allowed him to make big bucks in some area of financial sales.

    There is a lesson in all this for me. If and when Peter precedes me in death (which appears likely even though I am six years his senior) I am going to have to bite my lip. Peter has or had a certain Charisma as well. He could be hilariously funny in a crude sort of way. My kids love their Uncle Pete dearly and so do a number of young people for whom Peter was selected as Godfather. And my long-suffering wife will cry uncontrollably when he passes. I am bracing myself for the moment.

    • cowbell81 August 2, 2022 at 4:37 pm #

      Good points all. I am sure that even at Biden’s soon-to-be funeral the press and public will heap praise upon him claiming that he was an unparalleled statesman, one of the top 10 presidents this country has ever known, a true patriot, and that he loved his country and fellow man above everything else.

      • Lance Boyle August 2, 2022 at 4:46 pm #

        President Biden would not even make the Top Ten list since JFK was gunned down on Nov. 22, 1963 in Dallas.

    • BackRowHeckler August 2, 2022 at 5:37 pm #

      Quite the Family Circle you’ve got there Q. Probably better than most.

    • Disaffected August 2, 2022 at 5:42 pm #

      Nice sentiments, Q. When my mother’s side’s black sheep, her brother Dave, finally died, very few showed up and only his daughter spoke up for him. IMO he was only weird compared to their own weirdness, so I guess it took one to know one. He was very private in his old age but was always outgoing and gregarious when he was in public. He drove a bus in Omaha NE most of his adult life, so he definitely acquired a way with people. But he was fortunate to die at the relatively young age of 70, which is when I hope to go out as well. It’s definitely not going to be a world I want to live in any longer than that. The mice have issued a fatwa for me and evidently it will be via glue trap as payback my past transgressions. What a world!

      • malthuss August 3, 2022 at 2:50 pm #

        70 is just getting started.

        bob dylan is how old? joni mitchell? soros? munger?

        • Disaffected August 4, 2022 at 10:24 am #

          Not for me.

  72. FGB3 August 2, 2022 at 4:33 pm #

    It all seems to be going the way of the Schnabenklausians. At least as far as destroying The West. The $64 Question is: ‘Where do Russia and China stand’?

    The opinion of one alt-right/alt-news, political wonk seems just as good as another. There are the pessimists (e.g. Brandon Smith) who never met a situation they couldn’t see as a win for the Cabal; and there are the optimists (e.g. Tom Luongo) who see the Cabal making loads of mistakes that will give Western Civ. an out. And lots of wonks in-between.

    Personally, I think the over-throw of this whole Dark Time may just depend upon a present day version of ‘two little hobbits making their arduous way to Mount Doom’.

    “Yet such is oft the course of deeds that move the wheels of the world. Small hands do them because they must, while the eyes of the great are elsewhere.” — Elrond

    • Lance Boyle August 2, 2022 at 4:42 pm #

      “Jane, stop this crazy thing!”
      – George Jetson

  73. cowbell81 August 2, 2022 at 4:45 pm #

    Why do Pelosi’s constituents even keep “electing” her? This is KKKalifornia, can’t they just do one of those recalls they always seem to hold?

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s planned controversial stop in Taiwan prompted protests in her hometown of San Francisco, where anti-war activists and leaders of the city’s Chinese community demonstrated against the Democratic congresswoman’s trip.

    On Monday, ahead of the visit, roughly 100 people gathered outside Pelosi’s office at the San Francisco Federal Building to urge her to cancel the stop on her Asia trip, which protesters said would unnecessarily inflame a “potential war” with China.

    Demonstrators—who were seen holding signs that read “U.S. hands off Taiwan,” “Stop the provocations,” and “No war on China”—urged Pelosi to cancel the trip to Taiwan, which had not been confirmed at the time of the protest. They asked her to, instead, “focus on the real challenges of inflation, climate crisis and economic distress facing the American People.”

    However, the pressure from American protesters did apparent little to change Pelosi’s mind. The House Speaker touched down in the capital of Taipei on Tuesday morning.

    Julie Tang, a retired San Fransisco Supreme Court judge, told the San Francisco Standard that, as a longtime supporter of the House Speaker, she was “disappointed” about Pelosi’s trip.

    “We have donated to her, we’ve supported her throughout these years, but we are so disappointed that what she’s doing is totally against the welfare and the well-being of the community—in particular Chinese Americans,” Tang said.

    Tang added: “She does not listen to us. She’s going with the flow, going with pushing U.S. hegemony to contain China. For what? We don’t get anything out of it.”

    • BackRowHeckler August 2, 2022 at 5:34 pm #

      Pelosi has large support from the tens of thousands of homeless vagrants living on the streets of SF. The 2 million illegals who live in her district are big supporters too.

    • ThorsHammer August 4, 2022 at 6:38 am #

      Pelosi’s Face

      The face that launched 10,000 sexually confused Wokesters on a quest to find partners with Monkeypox so they will die without having to see that face on TV one more time.

      • Hereward the Woke August 4, 2022 at 7:09 pm #

        The face that launched a thousand shits. Did I quote that right?

  74. docmartin August 2, 2022 at 5:04 pm #

    I think 70 should be the mandatory retirement age of those in public service, no exceptions.

    • cowbell81 August 2, 2022 at 5:09 pm #

      I know, right? I can’t believe that Pelosi is 82 years old, what a sow! Just give it up already and try to do something to enjoy the waning years of your life.

      She’s probably not even human, some kind of alien cyborg or spawn of Satan, and will outlive all of us.

      • Amman August 2, 2022 at 5:23 pm #

        Could be there is nothing in there.

        • Anthea August 2, 2022 at 7:35 pm #

          @ Amman:

          I’ve known people like that: nothing in there. How do they live? I mean, how does one live without an animating spirit?

          • Anthea August 2, 2022 at 7:36 pm #

            @ Amman:

            Oh, duh! The live by feeding on the life force of others.

          • Amman August 4, 2022 at 2:26 pm #

            Not sure I want to go there.

      • BackRowHeckler August 2, 2022 at 5:31 pm #

        Yeah she just built that $25 million mansion on the coast of Florida, you think she’d want to enjoy it in the few years she has left. Does anybody else find it interesting that these Big Dems Pols who shout the loudest about Climate Change and catastrophic sea level rise build the largest ‘Cottages’, closest to water’s edge. (How do they get insurance on them if sea level rise is a certainty? Insurance companies deal in odds.) Obama, Biden, Gore, Kerry, Pelosi … the list is long.

      • stelmosfire August 2, 2022 at 6:13 pm #

        C’mon man. Nance is only a perky 82 YO. Feinstein will be 90 next year and her term ends in 2025. Feinstein is worth over a billion dollars. Let that sink in. She’s in touch with the people on the street in SF. Strom was in till 100. Potatohead is good to go for term two till 2028. He’ll only be 86 when he gets the boot.

        • ThorsHammer August 4, 2022 at 6:40 am #

          What if cryogenics works? The horror, the horror.

    • messianicdruid August 2, 2022 at 5:40 pm #

      No ageism for me. Whatever age they are at the end of one term.

    • Not_GeorgeT August 2, 2022 at 10:06 pm #

      “mandatory” I’ve had way much more than enough “mandatory”.

      So here is a simple question:

      How, using scientific method, did you arrive at 70?

      Either you have numerous evidence-based reasons to back this up, or you’re pulling a number out of somewhere (I’ll leave the ‘somewhere’ to people’s imagination)

      • Not_GeorgeT August 2, 2022 at 10:19 pm #

        While I’m at it, regarding a Constitutional Amendment for term limits, where does it stop? Is is one person for 2 years? One person for 6 years? One person for 6 years in the House and either 6 or 12 more in the Senate?

        Does the staff have term limits? They do the day-to-day running of these offices and make all the deals. Do they have term limits?

        Do they have a bargaining unit? Now I’m opening it up to labor and contract law.

        The staff will still be around, is there a budget limit on the staff? How about a limit to the size of the staff?

        How is the staff, which passes from office-holder to office-holder, funded. What are their benefits? When can they retire as in at what combination of age and years of service?

        Can a term-limited member of Congress become an unelected staff member after the ‘limit’ is reached? This would appear to be in line with whatever ‘term limits’ is supposed to be.

        I don’t think people who propose ‘term limits’ as an Amendment to the Constitution have really thought it through.

        This is going to turn into quite the lengthy Constitutional Amendment.

        • messianicdruid August 3, 2022 at 8:33 am #

          This will not satisfy because it is a discussion for 4 or 5 decades ago.

          The terms are the limits. ReElect Nobody. The goal is to impress on these people that they must return to normal productive endeavors and function under the results of their leading. Take your helpers with you.

          Saves a lot of bribery expenses.

  75. messianicdruid August 2, 2022 at 6:17 pm #

    Enjoy your free time!

    “New York Times explicitly saying it: goal of #AlexJones case is to use it as precedent to go after those who contest 2020 election & any other government disfavored ‘conspiracy minded’ folks, like everyone who challenged lockdowns, mandates, Covid origins, lies to get us into war,” constitutional lawyer Robert Barnes noted Monday.”


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    • Rhett Dawson August 2, 2022 at 7:12 pm #

      “1st Amendment be damned!”

      O say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave
      O’er the land of on-their-knees
      And the home of the caved?

      • Woodchuck August 2, 2022 at 8:46 pm #

        “Land of the fee – and home of the slave!”

  76. CrusherMuldoon August 2, 2022 at 6:25 pm #

    Is the concept of “face” still prevalent in Asian culture? I ask this because XI and his minions have been rattling some pretty hefty sabers in regard to Pelosi’s trip. If she comes and goes and the words are mere bluffs, doesn’t XI ‘lose face” and possibly his job?

    • BackRowHeckler August 2, 2022 at 6:44 pm #

      Yes. Just heard on CBS news jets are scrambling as we speak.

      • Redneck Liberal August 3, 2022 at 9:09 pm #

        “Sabre-rattling military exercises” are not ‘scrambling’.

  77. tom clark August 2, 2022 at 11:28 pm #

    Render unto Nancy the things that are Nancy’s and unto God the things that are God’s. Her ass is grass…5. feet under

  78. Bob Polecat August 2, 2022 at 11:38 pm #

    Yes, it is True: you have never asked anything of me before.

    I will try to, for once in my life, be cool.


    • SoftStarLight August 3, 2022 at 2:34 am #

      mkay 🙂

      cheers to you too Mr. Polecat lol

  79. tom clark August 3, 2022 at 12:13 am #

    David Collum needs to be fired from his job at that prick Ivy League school in Ithaca and replaced by Dmitry Orlov.

    • SoftStarLight August 3, 2022 at 2:42 am #

      Let me tell you somethin tom clark!

      ok, i’ll tell you tomorrow. Maybe lol

  80. Rhett Dawson August 3, 2022 at 1:44 am #

    Vin Scully RIP

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  81. Redneck Liberal August 3, 2022 at 4:09 am #

    It’s an interesting result in the Kansas referendum, don’t you think?

    What do you religious zealots think it means, and what might it bode for the mid-terms? Hmm?

    • CrusherMuldoon August 3, 2022 at 6:21 am #

      Well, as a “religious zealot,” I guess it means that Americans are more concerned about being able to kill unborn children, when their imminent birth is inconvenient, than open borders, runaway inflation, botched. energy policies that’ll have them unable to heat their homes. this winter.
      However, as a “religious zealot” I’m not really surprised, and with attitudes toward abortion like the above mentioned, I have no choice but to remain a RELIGIOUS ZEALOT

      • Redneck Liberal August 3, 2022 at 8:56 pm #

        You haven’t really said what it means, though. You’ve jumped on the platitudinous tropes du jour of the right-wing is all.

        Let me make it clear that I don’t condone abortion. If I (as the putative father) was in a position where it was an option being considered, I would NOT choose it. However, the choice of others is not mine to make.
        Abortion is as old as humanity. Laws banning it outright (especially the ‘under no circumstances’ lot) won’t stop it from happening, but it will drive it underground and make it dangerous – again, like it used to be.

        Can a person who politically believes in “small government” and “personal freedom” really argue for a state-level law that not only takes away that personal freedom but goes so far as to insert itself into the personal lives of its citizens? It sounds hypocritical to me.

        Then there’s the other end of the equation – some ‘religious zealot’ legislature that removes that right to personal choice, that REQUIRES the pregnancy to be carried to full term, and then, once born, doesn’t give a rat’s arse whether the child will be cared for by its coerced parent? A poor single woman on minimum wage, living in a trailer with her mother & 5 younger siblings, for example, and has no health coverage. Will the State that insisted on that child being born then carry the responsibility for its care? You know the answer…

        So, the Kansas referendum result is, to my mind, a clear indication that a “flyover” state, chock with right-wing & religious zealots (2020 election showed Trump with 770,000 votes v. Biden 570,000) may find that enough actual Republicans (as opposed to Trump-cultists) will turn on the GOP on the abortion issue and “toss the bums out”. It only requires enough sufficiently offended, thinking Republican women who give a shit, to do it.

        • Anthea August 5, 2022 at 9:38 am #

          @ Redneck Liberal:

          Your argument that abortion should be legal because, “Abortion is as old as humanity,” and “Laws banning it outright…won’t stop it from happening,” is a poor one. Murder, rape, robbery, and petty theft are also as old as humanity, as are the laws against them. Laws manifestly do not stop them from happening, and never have. Nevertheless, murder, rape, robbery, and theft remain illegal and have been viewed as crimes requiring punishment by every human society down through the ages. Laws against certain crimes are required for the precise reason that they continue to be committed. The day that we won’t need laws against these deeds will be the day when they never, ever occur at all.

          The argument that we should legalize abortion so that women can be provided with safe abortions is like saying we should legalize shoplifting for the safety of the shoplifter, or rape for the safety of the rapist, since we wouldn’t want him or her to get hurt. The person they are raping or robbing (or some other person who is defending them, or a cop attempting to stop or apprehend them) might, after all, try to hurt them. Therefore we should legalize all crime for the safety of the criminal.

          Abortion is not government “inserting itself into the personal lives of its citizens.” It is murder and is no more a private matter than any other murder.

          No one requires a woman to get pregnant. Pregnancy is not an airborn pathogen. You can’t pick it up at Walmart from standing too close to someone in the check-out line, handling the vegetables, or from the toilet seat in a public restroom. Pregnancy is also nearly 100% preventable.

          The poor in the US do have health insurance through Medicaid, which is absolutely free or nearly so, and easily accessible almost everywhere. Welfare in the US is also pretty generous. When you add together the cash benefit, food stamp benefits, free medical care, and often free housing, a welfare mom’s income often comes out about the same as that of the median wage-earner.

          While laws against crimes of all kinds are often an integral part of various religious traditions, they are also everywhere acknowledged as practical necessities to civil society. You are implying that we should not have laws against murder, rape, and robbery because such laws are somehow “tainted” with religion.

      • Redneck Liberal August 3, 2022 at 8:57 pm #

        Yes, it’s plain as the nose on your face that you’re a “religious zealot”. Hardly a post from you goes by that doesn’t invoke a picture of angels dancing on the head of a pin.

    • Woodchuck August 3, 2022 at 7:43 am #

      RL, I view all this as signs of the times of a collapsing Western civilization. These type events happen in cycles. A republic is born – as Ben Franklin I believe it was said “if you can keep it” – and republics only last around 250 years on average. Assuming the US is an average republic, according to historical statistics we’ve hit our expiration date. Our collapse and disintegration into a collection of separate states is inevitable after the dollar is gone and we can’t pay for any imported goods. The final and only question will be – can these states here get along with each other, or will we be in constant warfare as old Europe used to do? Will we go back to the behavior of the natives here who engaged in constant tribal warfare? Probably…….

      • Disaffected August 3, 2022 at 9:59 am #

        Since resource shortages will be a given, yes, I’d say tribal warfare – at least until population numbers are drastically reduced – will probably be on the menu.

        Interesting to see Kansas, a notoriously hard core right wing state, swing a little more liberal with the passage of time. The youngn’s there – like everywhere else – are becoming more urban, and thus liberal, over time. I could definitely see KS, NE, and OK banding together based on social values and economic issues.

        • messianicdruid August 3, 2022 at 10:36 am #

          Oklahoma will not divorce Baja Oklahoma.


          • Disaffected August 3, 2022 at 11:04 am #

            Yes, TX is like the great Dark Star of the midwest. It will likely consume everything around it, but that’s good. The midwest will need some protection against the predations of the former empire in the northeast, which, stripped of its food supplies, will likely be sending zombie hordes west like a great locust plague. All that worthless money won’t save them.

      • Redneck Liberal August 3, 2022 at 8:59 pm #

        Yes, Woodchuck – the sky is falling – it always has been and always will be to a certain small set within society. You’re in that set.

    • SoftStarLight August 3, 2022 at 11:38 am #

      Actually it is of very little interest since the vote was to keep the status quo. If you expected them to vote against the status quo you were off base to begin with. The “industry” is very lucrative since there is the whole “tourism” component. Not even to speak of the multiple millions of dollars that poured in from out of state to ensure the status quo remained. I continue to think it means that you are indeed a media matters activist tho

      • Redneck Liberal August 3, 2022 at 9:00 pm #

        Huh? Are you saying that Kansas is exploiting its abortion regs as a Tourist Attraction? Please, elaborate.

    • Anthea August 3, 2022 at 1:26 pm #

      @ Redneck Liberal:

      Kansas is not really the ultra-conservative state that most consider it to be. It was indeed ulra-conservative and staunchly Republican 30-40 years ago (when I lived there).

      The thing you have to remember about Kansas is that, like many other red states, the large population centers–the cities–control the vote. The main difference between Kansas and other red states is that the rural population is very thin. The rural towns are small, few, and far-betweeen compared to other states–so much so that a drive across Kansas presents a flat, endless view of nothingness. (In summer, make the drive at night. It’s hot as blue blazes and there’s nothing to see anyway.)

      Over the past 30 years, the few cities in Kansas have shifted strongly towards the left, albeit a RHINO version of the left.

      The largest population center in Kansas is Johnson County, which is within the greater Kansas City area (of KCMO). Johnson County consists of a whole bunch of very affluent suburbs and several municipalities. The whole county is basically “Doctor and Lawyer Land,” along with banking, real estate, financial services, and many large corporations.

      If you think about it, all these lines of employment are little more than subsidiaries of Dot Gov–which is what leftism is, in essence.

      There has also been a great increase in government employment in Johnson County over the past 30 years. (Show me a liberal and, nine times out of ten, I’ll show you a government employee/retiree.)

      One of the other major population centers is Wyandotte County (Kansas City, Kansas). Urban KCK used to be predominantly black, but I think it’s now very heavily Hispanic–so that would be mostly Democrats. But there has been much suburban expansion of KCK over the past 30 years, and I am uncertain about their political leanings.

      Then you have Topeka (the state capital), which is wall-to-wall government employees. I am completely unfamiliar with Wichita.

      But Kansas is no longer all that red.

      • Redneck Liberal August 3, 2022 at 9:04 pm #

        I once drove through Kansas. That’s all I know about it from personal experience (as you say, “a drive across Kansas presents a flat, endless view of nothingness”) so thank you for your analysis.

        Indeed, a look at the 2020 electoral map shows the north-eastern area to be blue, but the rest is red – from blood read to crimson.

        But your argument seems to boil down to “there are too many liberals!” I thought that democracy was the rule of the majority. Sorry about that.

        • Anthea August 5, 2022 at 1:41 am #

          @ Redneck Liberal:

          As an New Zealander, you are perhaps unaware that the US is not a democracy, but a republic. The purpose of setting up the political organization as a republic versus a democracy is to ensure that the majority cannot trample the rights of minorities. A democracy, to use a well worn illustration, is two wolves and a sheep voting on what to have for dinner.

          The abortion issue illustrates this well: it’s okay to kill children if the majority says so.

          The trouble with the population centers in Kansas, as with most other bastions of liberalism, is that there are too many people on the government payroll–which is to say, too many grifters and parasites.

          • Night Owl August 5, 2022 at 5:07 am #

            You have again out-facted his Millennial snark again.

            And there will be no reply to your post.

      • Paula D August 4, 2022 at 8:05 pm #

        There was a book called What’s The Matter With Kansas back in the Bush years that pointed out that Kansas used to be a very radical state.
        Not fake Woke shit, real radical farmer-against-the-banks organizing.
        The banks were reined in for a time, so the farmers grew more Republican, apparently not realizing that it was FDR who passed the banking regulation laws.

    • BackRowHeckler August 3, 2022 at 2:33 pm #

      The mid terms where? NZ? Australia? You’re having midterm elections too?

      • Redneck Liberal August 3, 2022 at 9:05 pm #

        What a dumb question.

    • MaryQueen August 4, 2022 at 12:14 am #

      It tells me that people are becoming more bi-partisan, and that’s good news.

      • MaryQueen August 4, 2022 at 12:15 am #

        D’OH!! NO – I meant to write “NON-PARTISAN”

        And that is def good news.

  82. CrusherMuldoon August 3, 2022 at 8:11 am #

    @Redneck Liberal.

    I agree with woodchuck above. Once American society was based on the assumption that “we’ll err on the side of caution. Now the slogan, along with Jim’s (America: Where everything goes, and nothing matters), is “It’s my body and I’ll do what I want with it” Unless of course it’s for government mandated “health reasons”

    • Redneck Liberal August 3, 2022 at 9:34 pm #

      As far as I can ascertain, no one – absolutely NO ONE – has been held down and vaccinated against their will. Sorry if your job was less important to you than believing Night Howler et al, or feeding the kids, or paying the mortgage, but if that’s what you believe is most important, follow your conscience, for sure – but be prepared for the consequences.

      The concept of self-determination remains in force here, excp[et where nut job religious zealots (politicians, mainly) impose their hide-bound opinions on others.

      • MaryQueen August 4, 2022 at 12:16 am #

        Yeah it’s not coercion or blackmail to fire someone for not getting jab and therefore not being able to pay their mortgage, rent, or feed their family.

        Just fuck off you moron.

        • Paula D