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You might ask yourself: Why is it “important” that we spend thirty, forty, fifty billion dollars pounding sand down the rat hole that is post-Maidan Ukraine, grift central for the sketchy nexus of US politicians and their sponsors in the warcraft industry? Answer: Aside from one final magnificent payday, they are producing a grand opera of distraction to direct the American public’s attention from the sinking of our own ship-of-state in the waters of Babylon.

That giant wad of money, you understand, goes mainly to the likes of Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics, Raytheon, Textron, Boeing, et cetera, and a substantial portion re-circulates through the K-Street laundromat into the congressional campaign finance wishing well, while billions more get creamed off by Mr. Zelenskyy & Co. — providing self-reinforcing incentives to, how shall we say, blow more shit up on the global landscape.

It does not escape the attention, however, of some people on deck that the US ship is riding lower in the water each day, and listing at a distressing angle. Many other passengers have retreated to their staterooms, sick from the “vaccines” they were required to take to stay on-board for the voyage. Meanwhile water is streaming in below-decks, down in the stinking bilges, from many cracks in the hull. Nobody seems to know what to do, least of all the ship’s captain, who won’t come out of his quarters. (It’s whispered that he’s gone mad.) Is it time to lower the lifeboats?

In the hazy realm that is reality these days, those metaphorical cracks in our ship’s hull represent grave acts of negligence and even treasonous sabotage. Chatter over the Internet says our country, and other countries, are fixing to surrender their national sovereignty — that is, their ability to decide things for themselves — to the World Health Organization in anticipation of some as-yet-unnamed global emergency. Surrender, you say? By means of what? A vote in UN? A memo from the White House signed by the howling ghost known as “Joe Biden”? Surely not some procedure in Congresses and parliaments that would call for debate.

There is further suggestion that all this mischief is at the behest of larval would-be World Fuhrer Klaus Schwab. A more preposterous idea I have not heard in all my born days. And yet what else accounts in country after country for the bizarre super-coordination of insults to the world population such as mass lockdowns and mandated vaccination with genetic cocktails which, let’s face it, don’t look so goshdarn salubrious anymore. Rain-man and amateur immunologist Bill Gates is imputed somewhere in the mix. He’s been promising the world new-and-improved pandemic viruses. The last one was kind of a flop, like Windows 10X (code-name: Santorini). Uh, why is this man still at large?

And how, exactly, do the likes of WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WEF founder and chief Professor Klaus Schwab, and world-beating do-good wizard Bill Gates propose to enforce their plans to seize leadership of the whole wide world in their hypothesized next crisis-to-come? Again, chatter on the Web suggests that the United Nations, these days a convocation of failed states and diseased backwaters, somehow marshals the developed nations’ armies against their own citizens. Sorry, but I just don’t see it. Are there three less charismatic characters in all world history than that above-named trio of human worms? What are they going to do to make Bill Gates look like a Leader-of-Men? Dress him in the raiment of a Napoleonic hussar: gold-frogged tunic, epaulets, leopard-skin cape, knee-high boots, and plumed bear-skin shako? Nigga, please….

Meanwhile, hardships-upon-hardships pile up at bewildering volume and speed in this-here federal consortium of states. No baby formula for you, non-aborted birthing persons of America! (And yet, what bureaucrat in which Deep State burrow organized a baby formula airlift to the Mexican border for the relief of foreign interlopers of the birthing persuasion?) Diesel fuel at $6.49-a-gallon, meaning pretty soon nobody will get anything (including more diesel fuel)… gasoline at $6, plus zero inventory of new cars (R.I.P. suburbia)… no parts for anything with broken parts… big holes in those supermarket shelves… fertilizer at ruinous prices… no water out west… after-effects of “vaccines” killing folks (including from the disease they were “vaccinated” against)… hordes of foreign nationals strolling across the southern border (not a few of them males of military age with perhaps not very wholesome intentions)… financial markets trending down and real estate vortexing… and the FBI / DOJ combo looking to bash down your door and stuff you in a dungeon with neither formal charges nor bail, in violation of the constitution that they now programmatically oppose.

What will avail in the face of these treacheries and hardships? Oppose. Refuse. Resist. This is getting personal. How many of you not fully entranced by media psy-ops are willing to just say “no, and no more”?

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698 Responses to “That Sinking Feeling”

  1. cowbell81 May 13, 2022 at 9:49 am #

    Happy Friday the 13th.

    Does anyone else know why we didn’t experience such drastic spikes on gasoline prices back during the first Iraq war, and the later Operation Iraqi Freedom?

    I mean, this should be a clear indicator that Biden and his minions are at the root of the great reset and the fact they are quickly trying to destroy any last semblance of our livlihoods.

    • DrTomSchmidt May 13, 2022 at 10:06 am #

      There was a real spike at the time of Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait. Poor stupid Saddam stopped at Kuwait when he could have seized eastern Saudi Arabia and DARED the world to dislodge him.

      Like many people, he believed the US government and it led to his eventual death. where is US Ambassador to Iraq,April Glaspie, these days?

      • MrMangoOnMyShoulder May 13, 2022 at 10:26 am #

        …he believed the US government and it led to his eventual death.

        No sir, mere theatrics. He now works behind the counter at a bowling alley in SoCal. The Dude abides.

        • megabeth May 13, 2022 at 8:26 pm #

          No, he works at the Kwik Trip in Onalaska. He sold me some Juul pods and Red Bull.

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder May 14, 2022 at 7:03 am #

            Ha. I’m always amazed at how many Upper Midwesterners there are on this comment section.

      • benr May 13, 2022 at 4:37 pm #

        Was it really Saddam or a body double?
        He had at least four of them.

    • justanotherguy May 13, 2022 at 10:06 am #

      seems like it was just a full moon too.

      i was at the hospital this week, 5 hours in the ER, for good reasons, and this in a nice small out of the way town. what an amazing sh*tfestivus. the staff was hungry for a good word, practically broken by the bullsh*t and hostility of what i was told are the majority of people walking in the door.

      had a woman and her son on the other side of the divider in my room. he was being examined for assault by a school official. clearly a spectrum boy, but hell.

      the mom said he’s done with public school. my own experience is that public schools hate boys, and good on you. boy’s father was talking with him from jail…

      • malthuss May 13, 2022 at 10:08 am #

        what state n county?

        • justanotherguy May 13, 2022 at 10:24 am #

          grayman, y’know.

          far northeast

          • malthuss May 13, 2022 at 11:04 am #

            PARANOID MAN

      • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 10:21 am #

        They hate girls too, they can’t wait to allow boys in the locker rooms to rape the girls.

        I wish that was just me making an ignorant generalization to bash the public schools.

        Nice to hear of a dad being a dad.

        • justanotherguy May 13, 2022 at 10:48 am #

          i give my virtue signalling daughter a clue now and again – better watch out what they do to the evil wyte boys, cause once they’re done with them, they’re coming for yu, grrrrlll.

          • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 11:16 am #

            tru dat

          • Not_GeorgeT May 13, 2022 at 11:45 am #

            I have maintained the opinion for many years the easiest person to fire in the US is a while male. The second easiest person to fire is a white female.

            This will continue until some future generation decides to do away with entitled groups.

            Perhaps the future generations will be populated entirely by entitled groups. Good luck to them!

          • megabeth May 13, 2022 at 8:28 pm #

            When they’re done with X, they’re coming for you, yes. Just you wait.

        • Cactus Girl May 13, 2022 at 12:52 pm #

          My bf works in a major medical university library. They recently had a case of a large (6’2″, 240#) man caught exposing himself to the 100# Asian cleaning lady. She reported him to her supe, and the campus police came and gave him a 7 day stay away order. Oh, I bet he was shivering in his boots…

          A week later, one of the newly hired librarians just happens to mention that she ran into this guy in the “ladies” room, taking a dump. She said, (and I quote), “I didn’t want to say anything because I didn’t know what gender _THEY_ identified as.”

          BTW, “they” had a full beard and a bald head, just like many of us women do these days.

          • BackRowHeckler May 13, 2022 at 2:07 pm #

            Phew, that’s a charming little story. What is it about libraries that attracts these freaks and weirdos? The one dude I’ve seen around here dressed up like a woman was in the town library; dude was wearing a tight skirt and heavy makeup, talking loud into his cellphone as if to draw attention to himself, daring anybody anybody to challenge him.

          • cowbell81 May 13, 2022 at 2:22 pm #

            BRH – You should have asked to get a look up the skirt, if nothing more to see how far this freak was willing to go, and to confirm his gender assignment at birth.

          • ThorsHammer May 13, 2022 at 2:59 pm #

            Cactus Girl

            She should have sent a request to the newest Supreme Court Justice and requested that she (It?) look into the problem and produce a ruling as to the gender of the pervert.

            At least we are reasonably certain of the sexual orientation of Joe Bedpan, our acting president, due to his well documented preference for the hair of little girls.

            Looks like concealed carry Glocks should be standard issue for all librarians.

          • benr May 13, 2022 at 4:39 pm #

            And Targets!

        • Walter B May 14, 2022 at 8:34 am #

          Surely some of the public programmers (NOT teachers by any means) may very well despise the little ones, but the bulk of them are simply greedy and/or cowardly sellouts that would do anything to anybody for a paycheck and a pension. Take a gander at your local school budgets should you doubt this. Our last superintendent once told me that 85% of his budget was salaries and bennies for the staff (he was banging out $250K himself for overseeing two small schools with around 400 kiddies. Not that the little pricks are not a serious handful what with the constant bullying, substance abuse and pretty shitty drunk and doped up parents (no joke), but the numbers are clearly unsustainable and the product is clearly not education, but indoctrination. And if you speak out against any of it, Jerkoff Joe sends the Gestapo after you, you Domestic Terrorist!

          I know that I am old and probably too old to live, but I did attend public school from 5th through 8th grades and I had some of the most caring, intelligent and dedicated teachers that anyone could ever want to be educated by. Guess that breed died off somewhere back on the trail. Sellouts, they are everywhere, and in the end when all has been sold out the crash and burn is going to be earth shattering, literally. Coming to a neighborhood near you soon.

          • Anthea May 14, 2022 at 10:31 am #

            @ Walter B:

            The public school system is basically just a jobs program. In rural areas, it’s main purpose is to provide a fairly high-paying job with great benefits (by rural standards), mostly to the politically connected and their relatives–that is, the members of the little entrenched rural aristocracy. Quite commonly, these “old families” are a bunch of morons, and the ones who are selected for school-district jobs/sinecures are not exactly the pick of the litter.

            When my kids went to school there (roughly 2001-2010) it wasn’t too terribly bad. They had some good teachers–though not many (mostly the AP teachers). When one of my daughters was taking physics, she asked me a question about it. I said, “Okay. Where’s your physics book?” I had aced high school physics…ahem…some years ago, so I thought I could figure it out. She replied, “We don’t have one.”

            They had a first-year teacher who was teaching physics without a textbook–inventing the class out of whole cloth by printing out worksheets.

            None of my daughters had a single grammar class–ever. And the literature books sucked, as high school literature books always have.

            All in all, the girls did at least graduate decently prepared for college–one with a degree in the sciences–so I can’t complain too much.

          • Walter B May 14, 2022 at 12:24 pm #

            Glad to see I am not the only one who sees this Anthea, thank you. Politically connected and relatives? Damn straight! In my township the ruling bully committeeman that had the clout to be appointed mayor seven years in a row, has his wife and all of their buddies planted in the school system as teachers aids, office staff and PTA volunteers that spend most of their day at school dominate all of the other parents and their children even bully the children of their political rivals.

            I know first-hand because I was able to oust the 450 pound behemoth and take over as mayor during the last two years until they slander the heck out of me on Farcebook and were able to retire me from politics. Unfortunately their children are still bullying my daughter and no one will even address the problem. Strange thing is that pretty much all of these men and women bullies are literally 300 to 500 pounds and they know how to throw their mass around and it works.

            What is transpiring at the national level is being copied throughout the small, local levels, at least as far as I can see. Clearly God has infinite patience and we humans certainly should be grateful for that.

    • JTinMD May 13, 2022 at 10:26 am #

      Just one bone to pick, cowbell:

      …Biden and his minions…

      Biden, himself, is a minion, yes?

      • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 11:16 am #

        It’s minions all the way down.

        • megabeth May 13, 2022 at 8:33 pm #


      • draupnir May 13, 2022 at 11:40 am #

        Biden is an expendible nonentity stuck in the White House to provide a focus for our hatred. The old fool fell on the stairs of Airforce one again. He’s reminising about lunching with segregationists on the podium because they can no longer keep him on task. There are other rumors circulating on the internet, as well. One swears the executive branch is recruiting its own army. I can see that, if they find the US military the wrong tool for the task at hand.

        • megabeth May 13, 2022 at 8:40 pm #

          The old fool just stumbled and righted himself almost instantly. He’s on a different wavelength and moves, sometimes, like a three-toed sloth, but as a nurse who frequently works with the geriatric population, I’m not quite yet at Defcon 1 about his fall risk. Not without seeing his medication orders, that is.

          As if they would share his chart with us . . .

          I am far more concerned with his lifelong venality.

          • Walter B May 14, 2022 at 2:11 pm #

            And I am far more concerned with how so many Americans accept bribery and corruption as a legitimate way of doing business. Of course, the fact that no one in government will lift a finger to do anything about the Biden Crime Family is all the evidence needed to prove that they are ALL corrupt and working for “tips” too.

    • bluedog May 13, 2022 at 10:27 am #

      Hell this has been going on ever since Reagan brayed “come to Washington and let us show you how to move your business out of the country and increase your profit”, for you see we have already cut your taxes (twice) created offshore accounts for you free from the taxman, and the republicans cried Hosea utopia is here at last.

      Clinton told the business/banking sector, I can control the wages of labor which he did by NAFTA ( which was a plan hatched by the republican and democrats created by old man Bush and passed by Clinton) and while they were waiting for that to kick in why the flipping of companies was going on, and each time one was flipped they went to labor and said you have to give so much back in hourly wages and benefits. And then the killer of them all we are no long going to fund your pension in fact we are going to steal it which they did, so you see this has been going on for years its just finally caught up with everyone.

      • justanotherguy May 13, 2022 at 10:50 am #

        don’t forget granting china most favored nation trading status, which lined up an army o’ slave labor to drop costs against the bottom line.

      • megabeth May 13, 2022 at 8:46 pm #

        You are right about Reagan’s globalistic policy.

        God bless President Trump, the consisten Golden Golem of (local) Growth. He made things slightly better for the productive class.

    • Paul May 13, 2022 at 11:22 am #

      I suspect the answer is: “There was more oil available then.” I remember the chatter from the two 1970’s oil crises: “There is no ‘oil-shortage’: there’s plenty of gasoline! It’s just an ‘oil-distribution’ problem!”

      Once OPEC opened up their taps again, each ‘crisis’ ended, and deep into the collective American subconscious was laid the cornerstone of what would becoming an enduring, but ultimately untrue Truth: “There is no ‘oil-shortage'”. “It’s only an oil-distribution problem!”

      Now, there actually is less oil to go-around no matter how thinly it might be distributed. The mantra of “There is no oil-shortage” needs to be replaced with a new one, something like: “Needs before wants; wants after needs”, but that would require a measure of mature, adult self-reflection that doesn’t currently seem to exist.

      Adulthood is imperfect country, an uncertain terrain best explored with other serious, prudent, and careful adults and certainly not alone. We should try it.

      I long for not “Springtime”, but “Monday morning in America.” It can’t come soon enough for me.

      • Paula D May 13, 2022 at 12:14 pm #

        Back when Palast was rational he said that the US-manufactured Iran/Iraq war of the 80s was a way to keep them out of production while the world burned up the Alaskan and North Sea discoveries.
        The plan was to move into those countries when the shortages hit and use it then. But the damn people in those countries resisted.
        So, no problem, we’ll just take on Russia instead.
        How’s that working out for us?

      • Rowdypiglet May 13, 2022 at 12:50 pm #

        ‘ “Needs before wants; wants after needs”, but that would require a measure of mature, adult self-reflection that doesn’t currently seem to exist. ‘

        If any reasonable person had any doubts about the utter lack of honesty and sincerity of the tyrants who rule us, it would be resolved by considering the statement above. They could conduct their bloviating over Zoom rather than meeting at expensive resorts to which they flew in their private jets, and paying themselves ridiculous amounts of money to lecture one another about what the serfs should give up next.

      • ThorsHammer May 13, 2022 at 3:29 pm #


        Too bad the Pandemic of Fear was largely a failure. Granted, 30% of the population were forever stripped of their capacity for rational thought, but if only the Gates Foundation and their CCP partners had been able to fully develop the Virus before it being released into the population as a slightly more effective relative of the flu—.

        The original American intention was to develop a virus that would selectively target the predominance of the ACE2 receptors in the Chinese genome which the Americans mistakenly thought would put them in the lead for Full Spectrum Dominance.

        The motivation of the CCP/Gates alliance was very similar— provide the opening wedge for the Universal Social Credit system via biological implants. And ease the pressure and transition from the petroleum economy.

        Every good conspiracy theory contains a kernel of truth—-.

        • megabeth May 13, 2022 at 10:43 pm #

          And why wouldn’t the Chinese nomenclature want their lame and halr citizens to just up and die. The Us/CCP makes sense, that way.

    • chopper May 13, 2022 at 1:21 pm #

      How many of you not fully entranced by media psy-ops are willing to just say “no, and no more”?

      If your commenters are any indication the answer is NONE. They just like to bitch and groan while speculating about future events. No backbone or fire in the belly here.

      • Anthea May 13, 2022 at 9:20 pm #

        @ chopper:

        I already said that. Nothing happened.

      • megabeth May 13, 2022 at 10:48 pm #

        My backbone resides in two urges: 1) survive the oncoming depression, as my Depression mother taught me 2) fucking kill the bureaucrat who ordered my mother to die mostly alone during the lockdowns. I know who these state- employed tools are. If I have a clear shot, the last thing they will hear is, “This is for Charlotte Ann!”

        • Ron Anselmo May 13, 2022 at 11:32 pm #

          Beth – you’re awesome. Write it on a 3 x5 cue card. Hold it up right in front of them about a foot away. Just as they finish reading, with that perplexed look on their face, drop ’em in place, right where they stand.

          • Ron Anselmo May 14, 2022 at 10:30 am #

            Make it video and we’ll use it as a PSA – send it straight to DC & every state capitol – even a few select cities.

          • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 11:15 am #

            While I have blood in my eyes for them, I’d really rather just inflict pain. Maybe some broken bones, too, with a side dish of fear.

          • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 11:22 am #

            By the way, my 6-foot son once rounded a corner in his high school and ran smack into the sepulchral figure of Tony Evers, then chief of the Department of Public Instruction, almost bowling him over. Evers is the guy who stole the 2018 election late at night in a few big city precincts, and who later tried his best to be a good lockdowner governor.

            So, I feel as though I have a robust family vendetta under way.

          • Not_GeorgeT May 14, 2022 at 8:47 pm #

            A while back (shorter than longer) Clif High opined once people figure out what’s been done to them and their families, all bets are off. It might become very violent.

  2. Htruth May 13, 2022 at 9:56 am #

    Fort Bragg Predicts Nuclear War: https://americanyellowvest.wpcomstaging.com/2022/05/13/nuclear-psyops/

    • Amman May 14, 2022 at 3:40 am #

      Predicting Nuclear war means entire cities and countries vanish, right?

      • Not_GeorgeT May 14, 2022 at 8:52 pm #

        One theory is it could start as battlefield tactical nukes, escalate from there.

        Another is a place, possibly a couple, will be made examples of the capabilities of the hypersonic weapons currently owned by just one country. In this scenario, a momentary pause might occur so the question ‘would you like some more’ could be asked.

      • Paul May 15, 2022 at 10:02 am #

        Dawn’s early light.

  3. NickelthroweR May 13, 2022 at 9:58 am #


    I’m already adrift in my lifeboat but not everyone can see it just yet.

    For the first time in two years, I was able to meet with my sisters. Both are in the professional class. We were sitting around talking and I made reference to how the Easter Bunny was in control of the free world and they looked at me as they often do like I was the craziest person on Earth.

    I said that I was not crazy and that I could prove the Easter Bunny was in charge of the White House and the Free World and then I showed them the video of our new disinformation czar dressed as the Easter Bunny hustling the president away and not allowing him to answer questions.

    I followed that video up with the one of Biden shaking hands with a ghost followed by his most famous story of all – Corn Pop.

    I asked my sisters how it was possible that such things could be happening and that they, highly educated women, could be entirely unaware. “What else are you unaware of?” I asked.

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

      I am really surprised at the otherwise normal, intelligent Americans who are aware of events, but have no idea what is causing them.

      I think it’s because many people still assume that if they watch the six o’clock news or read the paper now and then, they are keeping up with current events.

      • justanotherguy May 13, 2022 at 10:54 am #

        as twain is purported to have said:

        “if you don’t read the newspaper, you’re uninformed, if you do, you’re misinformed.”

        • Paul May 14, 2022 at 9:52 am #

          That’s a good one that I hadn’t heard until now. Thanks, justanotherguy!

      • JTinMD May 13, 2022 at 11:00 am #

        Their very strong preference is to remain ignorant, for “ignorance is bliss,” as they say. So, they become angry, enraged even, if you disturb their bliss with salient info/knowledge/facts and so on.

        • beantownbill. May 13, 2022 at 11:57 am #

          As I’ve said before, the complete saying is “If ignorance is bliss, ‘tis folly to be wise.” A different meaning from ignorance is bliss. But the unthinking masses have glommed on to the latter.

        • Rowdypiglet May 13, 2022 at 1:04 pm #

          JTinMD, I’m sure I’m not the only person here who has been subjected to the rage of the purposefully ignorant. When you present them with an undeniable fact, they attack without mercy. When this happens within the family, from people you thought you had good reason to trust throughout your entire life, it’s shocking and dismaying beyond words. The real and personal hatred, the viciousness, is beyond appalling, and you realize the solid ground you thought you stood on was always quicksand. When someone you’ve always loved looks at you with intense malice that clearly says “I wish you were dead,” it’s impossible not to realize that there is a spiritual dimension to what’s happening. Whether you believe in them or not, I can best describe it as demonic.

          • Alzaebo May 13, 2022 at 3:48 pm #

            Oh man, Rowdy, thank you for that.
            That instant rage zombie- and you’re “like, WTF?!”

          • megabeth May 13, 2022 at 10:54 pm #

            Welcome to the Fourth Turning.

      • Not_GeorgeT May 14, 2022 at 8:53 pm #

        Some have a brain, others a tv.

    • Bilejones May 13, 2022 at 10:18 am #

      Your sisters’ responses?

      • NickelthroweR May 13, 2022 at 10:41 am #

        They were gobsmacked.

        See, I’m the Blacksheep of the family as I’m in a rural area, putting in my garden, holding PM’s, and disinvested from the system as much as possible. After all, I didn’t mask up and I refused to inject myself with poison. . . . .unlike themselves.

        They are both 100% vested in the system and depend on it for their survival. That their 401k’s will soon be worthless because of hyperinflation is something they simply refuse to consider. That the vax (something they’ve both taken) is causing untold harm – including to themselves, is something they refuse to consider. Frankly, they refuse to consider a lot of things.

        No one wants to take the time to understand what is going on but it sure is hard to look at that 10 second video of Biden being hustled off by the Easter Bunny and not question everything.

        • JTinMD May 13, 2022 at 11:08 am #

          It’s nearly impossible to opt out, so the vast majority go along to get along. We CFNers are basically criminals now for even thinking about opting out of this murderous global regime. But the go-alongs, somewhere in their individual subconscious minds and Jungian shadow-selves, do indeed know the real deal. They’re simply too cowardly to face it.

          • beantownbill. May 13, 2022 at 12:01 pm #

            Is it really cowardice or are they just victims of confirmation bias?

          • Anthea May 13, 2022 at 10:05 pm #

            For many, reality is an existential threat.

            One example would be the gay/trans faction. To be fair, they have been treated pretty badly in the past, and some of them fear any re-assertion of social norms, or in some cases, sanity.

            For the coddled, in need of safe spaces, the demands of reality (that they provide for their own needs) seem like a death-sentence, since they sense that they can’t do this. They may be right. The same goes for those who exist on government bennies, among which I include government employees/retirees. Then you have your old folks and those who are disabled or in poor health.

            For a lot of people, facing reality would mean confronting death itself.

          • Not_GeorgeT May 14, 2022 at 8:57 pm #

            Cognitive Dissonance.

        • megabeth May 13, 2022 at 10:56 pm #

          Be proud of your truth-telling tendencies. You will reap no prize, ever, for it, but press on!

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    • bluedog May 13, 2022 at 10:34 am #

      That’s simply one of the biggest problems with the so-called professional class in that so-called institution of higher learning. First, you’re told that you’re something special (which you aren’t) then they tell you to throw away everything that life has taught you, so you have an empty head, and now you’re ripe for all the propaganda to take hold in a perfect breeding ground.

      • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 11:25 am #

        School is just something to get through for most. The avowed goals of a Liberal Arts education were abandoned decades ago – and they were never a real possibility for most anyway. People want to get ahead and college is way of achieving that (they think). Thus once it was turned into a business, why not use it to indoctrinate the mandarin class, who will ride herd on their supposed inferiors, the masses?

        Or perhaps the idea of indoctrination came first, with profit for the colleges as a happy after thought.

        The first Lie of Liberalism is that most people are rational or noble beings. Once that falls, the mantle of nobility is put on Savages of other races – always a disaster. Or of the unwashed masses of the lower classes. Now, Marxism has abandoned that, and settled on the first option.

        • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 11:40 am #

          That indoctrination is also easier for them to pass.

          The Haves of this country send their kids to school to keep them in their socioeconomic class. The Haves also pay for their stupid kids to go to school, and they can’t be shelling out six figures only to have their kids flunk.

          The kids of the Have Nots, are kids of what used to be the middle class, and they are the ones who are taking out the yuge loans (so do their parents), and most of them are perfectly capable of passing even the actual difficult courses, but they come out of school still unable to join that socioeconomic level they thought that diploma entitled them to, because for one, they start out owing a large sum of money, so they will never live where the Haves’ kids live, nor will they marry within that invisible class division.

          I’m not saying this is anyone’s fault, or that anyone should have to do anything about it.

          I’m just saying school isn’t the way up and out of the “inequality” that people were led to believe.

        • ThorsHammer May 13, 2022 at 3:38 pm #

          College age boys just want to get laid and drink beer. College age girls want to attract the meal ticket with the most $$$ signs attached to it. Sounds like the very definition of a liberal arts education to me. Why would anyone choose to study nuclear physics instead?

          • elysianfield May 13, 2022 at 6:23 pm #

            ” Why would anyone choose to study nuclear physics instead?”

            Because…Once you go Quantum,
            All the hotties will want ’em….

        • megabeth May 13, 2022 at 10:59 pm #

          I ruefully noted how many around me were just marking time 35 years ago, in the university. They were so BORING!

        • megabeth May 13, 2022 at 11:03 pm #

          Unwashed masses . . . Or just tedious people dwelling under the swell of the bell curve? Rip the whole structure down, already, and only matriculate people who can *think*.

      • Hereward the Woke May 13, 2022 at 12:12 pm #

        Wait until you see the products of “International Schools”, Blue Dog. Full of rich, jet-setting kids doing the International Baccalaureate and going to the Model UN. Leaders of tomorrow all being churned out. And none of them with any experience of reality or how they peasants live. They make Buttpounder and Trudope seem like Andrew Jackson.

        • Anthea May 14, 2022 at 11:06 am #

          Many years ago, an old friend of mine (now deceased) told me that when she was just out of college she accepted a job as the head librarian at a place called The School of International Law, in Corpus Christi, Texas. It wasn’t long before she was dismayed to realize that it was a front for international drug-dealing and money-laundering.

          So she went to the state attorney general (or maybe it was the local prosecuting attorney) and blew the whistle on them. He advised her to go to the school at night, leave her resignation on her desk, and take the next plane back to Wisonsin. So that’s what she did–accompanied by a colleague cradling a Swiss army knife the whole time.

          The school filed a counter-suit against her, claiming she was in on their shenanigans. She said it cost her a fortune in legal fees. I’d hate to think what would have happened if she hadn’t had a large trust fund.

    • CrusherMuldoon May 13, 2022 at 11:44 am #

      They’ll be fucking aware when it costs them over $1000 to fill their number 2 fuel oil tank in October

      • Bilejones May 13, 2022 at 7:18 pm #

        $1000 won’t half fill mine today .

        • Not_GeorgeT May 14, 2022 at 9:16 pm #

          #2 heating oil

          Using a budget plan, essentially a locked in price ceiling for the coming year with 12 equal payments, in round numbers the cost per month went up $100. To give the number perspective, it is a 50% increase.

          Impossible to predict what the following heating season price will be.

          Whatever payment system is in place (dollars, roubles… digital until the power gets turned off) I expect nothing but gigantic increases.

          I keep saying the American people are loving it.

          It won’t change until enough stop loving it.

          It might never change, though change is really a part of life. It’s one of what is becoming an ever-longer list of reasons why the current situation we live in won’t end well.

    • KevinM May 14, 2022 at 10:46 am #

      I have a pair of Sisters just like that and luv or did Hussein.

    • MaryQueen May 14, 2022 at 3:01 pm #

      Absolutely love that you did that.

  4. Bob12065 May 13, 2022 at 9:59 am #

    Let’s not forget Haliburton & Friends, the guys who will get the trillion dollar reconstruction contracts (with 10% being kicked back to the “big guys” in D.C.)/

    • BackRowHeckler May 13, 2022 at 10:28 am #

      Reconstruct what? Kiev or Detroit? Detroit is in worse shape.

    • Jo-G May 13, 2022 at 4:36 pm #

      I thought it odd that there were recruiters for construction jobs in the Ukraine before the Russian operation began. The pitch was that the pay would be very good but the hitch was that there would be no housing allowance. Even the engineers would have to live in barracks and you had to commit to 12 months. I overheard one say “I did the living in the barracks thing in Kuwait after the first gulf war, no thanks.”

  5. Bilejones May 13, 2022 at 10:02 am #

    I wonder if the reason the Biden was installed was in order to bolster the case that the destruction was due to incompetence rather than deliberate malicious intent.

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    • malthuss May 13, 2022 at 10:07 am #

      the very rich do not care what you, I or joe 6 pack think.

      • Paula D May 13, 2022 at 12:19 pm #

        They do care what you think, that is why the 24/7 propaganda and the censorship of dissenting thought.
        They don’t care if you eat or have a place to live, but they care what you think, because they know that if enough people think they should be dead they are in trouble.

        • Rowdypiglet May 13, 2022 at 1:11 pm #

          Paula D, it’s hard to realize, but it’s true that they do care what you think. People are often fooled by the dismissive attitude and the mockery. But everything they have and everything they do is dependent upon what people think and believe. If they ever receive the hatred they’ve earned, there will be no bunker or tropical island where they can be safe. These people are probably the most helpless humans who ever lived; they can do nothing for themselves, and are dependent on others for everything. If those others want them eliminated, it’s game over.

          • malthuss May 13, 2022 at 1:58 pm #

            they can do nothing for themselves, but rule the world?

          • Rowdypiglet May 13, 2022 at 2:11 pm #

            malthuss, being able to issue directives that sheep obey or are compelled to obey is not the same thing as being able to do something for oneself. These people can’t build a house, can’t change a tire, can’t grow food or cook it, can’t run a power plant, can’t pave a road, can’t do ANY PRACTICAL thing that makes life possible. You may think they will always be able to force people to do these things for them, but they still have to rely on the good will (or fear) of those next to them. Your doctor can make sure you never wake up from the surgery, your cook can poison you, your maid can finish you off in any number of ways. These people are dependent in all the ways that really count.

        • Paul May 14, 2022 at 10:01 am #

          As an observer from a certain distance, I can’t understand why an ethic of ‘kill the rich’ hasn’t already taken hold in the U.S. long before now. It makes no sense to me at all.

          • MaryQueen May 14, 2022 at 3:02 pm #

            In Sri Lanka, they are attacking politicians, because they are being starved. I think that’s what it takes, starvation.

          • Not_GeorgeT May 14, 2022 at 9:22 pm #

            Starvation, yes. Hungry people don’t have much to lose. Even less if they’re also living cold.

    • thirdcoastlegend May 13, 2022 at 10:13 am #

      That is exactly why he is there.

      They know the great mass of people will simply assume incompetence and look no further.

    • DrTomSchmidt May 13, 2022 at 10:16 am #

      But he’s SO incompetent nobody believes he’s actually running things. So that’s a fail on their part, though I suspect your logic is correct.

      • Blackbird May 13, 2022 at 9:40 pm #

        “But he’s SO incompetent nobody believes he’s actually running things.”

        I think that’s the point: to get us to accept the unacceptable as if it were normal.

        I think Bile is correct too: some people won’t question what they are told and will laugh off the Big Guy’s stumbles, fumbles, and fondles.

        Those who silently think, “That ain’t right”, will be assured that it is – and that they just might be bigots if they think otherwise. Eventually they will find themselves defending daddy/daughter showers.

        • MaryQueen May 14, 2022 at 3:03 pm #

          Well said.

  6. malthuss May 13, 2022 at 10:06 am #

    comments I saw on a prepper talk,

    Joe Biden allowing 2 million illegals in per year should help.

    This is how the globalist “elites” destroy America. Economy already dead and buried and this will be the nails in the coffin.

    the refinery re was an accident just like the 50+ food processing facilities that have burned in the past eight months that’s all accident to keep believing the bullshit they are doing this on purpose

    Biden is anti America all the way he has to go.
    We are on our own save yourselves and help others if you can. He needs to be run out on a rail!!!!!!

    biden he thinks burning fossil fuels in another country is fine for the environment, just don’t do it here,

    It couldn’t be more obvious that he is doing everything he can to destroy our country. He wins the title of Mr. Intentional for the 2020s.

    • bluedog May 13, 2022 at 10:42 am #

      Oh, come now, I had thought you were somewhat brighter than that, Biden ain’t running nothing he’s just the poster boy the same as Trump was, big business is running things and always has/had for that was the way the country was set up, and if you cross them you end up like JFK did with a bullet in the head making us little more than any Third World country It’s just we don’t have the balls to admit it.

      • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 11:27 am #

        He’s quoting a comment he read.

      • 100th Avatar May 13, 2022 at 11:36 am #

        You thought he was brighter? Thanks for the laugh.

        • malthuss May 13, 2022 at 1:58 pm #

          we get your goat.

      • Why_weren't_we_asked_about_Degrowth May 13, 2022 at 11:47 am #

        And don’t forget Ronald Reagan was shot within 2 months of taking office. Just maybe they wanted to take the Barry Goldwater out of him. He became a puppet by his second term.

        Every US President is compromised most like since Ike

        • cowbell81 May 13, 2022 at 12:10 pm #

          Am still amazed there was never an actual attempt on Trump’s life while he was in office. Even more amazed (and somewhat disappointed) that someone hasn’t yet been able to pull off a successful hit on a sitting president in my lifetime.

          • JTinMD May 13, 2022 at 12:38 pm #

            How can you say there was never an attempt to take the life of Trump? Didn’t somebody tell him to drink bleach, for cryin’ out loud? And didn’t they also tell him to shove a deadly UV light up his ass? That shit happened, dammit!

          • Bilejones May 13, 2022 at 7:33 pm #

            Trump had the KGB looking out for him

    • JohnAZ May 13, 2022 at 6:31 pm #

      Biden has an allegiance higher than the US.

      Is it the WEF and Klaus Schwab? I believe so but the real target for Biden is who is doing the chores for the WEF.

      The Mob is international now. Its main focus is Mexico, its cartels and the US southern border. The money of the Mob and its WEF leader is promoting every anti-US activity they can get into and get away with.

      Caravans, drugs and trafficking are paying the bills for the WEF through the Mob.

      The finale is approaching fast. The final straw will be the capitulation of all Federal authority to UN level organizations. That could happen soon if GOP wins in 2022. The WEF through the Biden Mob will be going for the jugular if Biden loses control.

      • Blackbird May 13, 2022 at 9:58 pm #

        The capitulation will be to the WHO via the “Pandemic Treaty”.

        The Corbett Report, Episode 417 is a good place to start if you’re thinking “Pandemic Treaty?” He provides lots of links to important elements of his broadcasts.

        My guess would be this fall/winter – to coincide with the “elections”.

      • MaryQueen May 14, 2022 at 3:04 pm #

        Biden’s a CCP guy.

  7. sanspeur May 13, 2022 at 10:08 am #

    Great lyrics by a modern 29yo artist. Listen to the song at the bottom.

    Cold cold ashes on the ground
    Nothing lost and nothing’s found
    Friends and loved ones falling down
    Can’t you hear that mournful sound?
    Nothing left but memories
    Of things I still can’t stand to see
    There’s an empty spot in me
    Where my hometown used to be

    This old boat is taking water
    It won’t be long ’til it goes down
    We’ve had enough to push us over
    Time to turn the wheel around

    Neighborhoods left to decay
    People died or walked away
    Nowhere left for them to stay
    While we just look the other way

    • CrusherMuldoon May 13, 2022 at 11:47 am #

      I got better lyrics:

      “Let’s go Brandon”
      Fuck you Joe Biden”

  8. thirdcoastlegend May 13, 2022 at 10:12 am #

    So, I have people putting multiple good work offers in front of me.

    The problem is they are all international corporate jobs that require clot shots to travel.

    Not sure what to do. Walk? Run the propsed prophylactic programs against the jab and hope they work?

    I don’t have any good alternatives developed, and that is my fault.

    I have a few months before this will come to a head.

    • DrTomSchmidt May 13, 2022 at 10:14 am #

      Go to Mexico, pay a physician to squirt that crap in the garbage can, and get your vaxx card? They have no problem lying: why should you?

      • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 10:46 am #

        I had someone offer, in a roundabout way, to hook me up with counterfeiters of vaccine passes. Someone in my family was being faced with the possible choice of vaccination or losing her job.

        Fake vaxx passes were a yuge business down in the NYC area.

        Speaking of NYC, I heard Mayor Adams got screwed really bad by taking his paycheck in bitcoin. I don’t know how that works or if it’s true, but just in case, HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

        • malthuss May 13, 2022 at 11:07 am #

          2 years into the plandemic and no signs of its end.

          • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 11:45 am #

            You still can’t use every entrance to my local city hall. An employee who saw me heading for one of the verboten entrances explained to me which one I’d have to use. I asked her why was that, and she said it was due to covid, and added, “it’s a government building”, as if that said it all.

            How did everybody get so damned STUPID?

          • cowbell81 May 13, 2022 at 12:08 pm #

            Response: “I’m sorry, I cannot use the single public entrance where the unwashed masses are herded and gathered, because I am trying to be a good little boy and keep my 6 feet of distance from everyone. Now let me through that door or I will insist on breaking it down.”

          • malthuss May 13, 2022 at 2:00 pm #

            How did everybody get so damned STUPID?

            I guess fear makes some compliant.

            100 avi thinks IM stupid. sheer projection.

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder May 13, 2022 at 3:50 pm #

            I guess fear makes some compliant.

            Seriously…who has been scared since about two weeks into the lockdowns in March 2020?

            That is what boggles my mind.

            Yes, it was weird at first. Then you could easily see what was being put into place and it became a transparent circus act deserving of awkward laughter and ridicule.

            I am embarrassed for those in my life that still feel the need to cling to this “new reality”.

          • Shoplet™ May 15, 2022 at 4:23 pm #

            It’s like that proverbial bird in the bird cage that remains in its cage after the door to it is opened and left opened.

    • Bilejones May 13, 2022 at 10:20 am #

      Lie, counterfeit, fraud.

      Tools of the trade in today’s USA

      • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 10:54 am #

        Today’s USSA.

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder May 13, 2022 at 3:45 pm #

      Skip the jobs. Anyone asking for a required jab right now is completely off the logic reservation.

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder May 13, 2022 at 3:54 pm #

      Go to Mexico, pay a physician to squirt that crap in the garbage can, and get your vaxx card? They have no problem lying: why should you? ^^^^

    • Blackbird May 13, 2022 at 10:04 pm #

      Do you want to start your employment with a really big lie?

      If they require the shot they are not on your side. I’d recommend staying away from that type. It will limit your job prospects. Welcome to our brave new world.

      • Anthea May 13, 2022 at 10:59 pm #

        @ Blackbird:

        Now that’s sound advice! NEVER engage in any type of business relationship with lowdown, dirty scum. You will regret it.

      • ThorsHammer May 14, 2022 at 10:00 am #

        Mr Mango

        Go to Mexico. Stay there. The mangos are far sweeter. You can live in a modest house within walking distance of the beach for $500-600$ per month in any number of small towns on the Pacific coast. Organic vegetables will cost 1/2 as much as in the US. And your doctor’s bills will be 1/3 as high and the standard of personal care far better.

      • ThorsHammer May 14, 2022 at 10:56 am #


        I’ve recently been trying to diagnose a nerve problem in my leg. The tools that Medical Doctors utilize are MRI’s, bone scans and X-rays. None have recommended any treatment other than Advil. When I visit the Orthopedic clinic there is not a mask in sight. When I walk across the street to the internal medicine clinic that is owned by a large hospital chain the intake nurse guarding the door demands that I stop and don a mask. (and this is mid-May) When I look down at her head as she sits at the desk filling out forms the gap between her mask and nose is the size of a finger.

        The masked Director of the Clinic, with 25 years of medical practice behind him, is fully vaxed and boosted as is his family. Three weeks ago he contacted COVTD. Based upon the stream of references I’ve been feeding him he immediately took a course of Ivermectin and was back at work within four days. On our last visit he was still fully masked (as is required as a condition of employment). When I questioned his continuance of the practice of masking (discredited by a large study in Denmark in 2020) he claimed that he was convinced that COVID was transmitted by large droplets expelled by sneezing. (A theory long since abandoned)

        Why should anyone have any faith in Mainstream Medicine when this is the level of Science that they worship?

        I’m one week into treatment for my nerve pain, not with an OTC pain killer but with a centuries-old herbal treatment from India.

        “Trust? but Verify!”

        • Blackbird May 14, 2022 at 9:05 pm #

          Of course if you’re verifying, you’re not really trusting, are you?


    • Not_GeorgeT May 14, 2022 at 9:32 pm #

      Can you use the few months to develop something for yourself?

      Starting something new is not easy, btdt.

  9. DrTomSchmidt May 13, 2022 at 10:12 am #

    “Oppose. Refuse. Resist. This is getting personal.”

    I’ve now paid a personal price for resisting: a nice “slide into retirement” position that required the stroke poke/clot shot. I got back in their faces and rejected: “I’m not taking any medications manufacture with murdered baby parts, or even tested with murdered baby parts.”

    I’m not a radical anti-abortionist, but I wanted them to see their complicity in the deaths of children. I just read about 2 children in the USA who died after being administered the Moderna jabb, unapproved for children under 18. I’d prosecute the parents (suspended sentence; they’ll have to live with deciding to kill their child) and the medical “professional” who committed negligent homicide (jail time of five years and loss of medical license, pour encourager les autres)

  10. neurodoc May 13, 2022 at 10:13 am #

    ‘How many of you not fully entranced by media psy-ops are willing to just say “no, and no more”?’

    How about no, no more, and here, have some lead!!!

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    • DanandMary May 13, 2022 at 10:15 am #

      ‘Insert prosecutable government threat here’

      • justanotherguy May 13, 2022 at 10:29 am #

        right on the event horizon of a fedpoast. must not…..

    • Ron Anselmo May 13, 2022 at 11:37 am #

      Amen Doc – but rope is cheaper & reusable besides. Actually, I think the original sentence for treason was death by hanging. They’ve all committed treason, simple as that. Let ’em hang – gives ’em a few minutes to consider their transgressions.

      • JTinMD May 13, 2022 at 12:41 pm #

        Stop paying taxes and just let them all stew and fester in the swamp.

      • Blackbird May 13, 2022 at 10:16 pm #

        “Let ’em hang – gives ’em a few minutes to consider their transgressions.”

        As long as you don’t use a gallows. Don’t wanna snap the neck. Instead, run the rope from the neck of the convicted traitor up and through a pulley on a 40-foot post, and down to the mob of disgruntled citizens gathered outside the cage surrounding the criminal. Gives the citizens a few minutes to conduct their own transgressions.

    • Paul May 14, 2022 at 10:13 am #

      neurodoc prescribes lead for treatment of mass psychosis?

      • Ron Anselmo May 14, 2022 at 10:56 am #

        Paul – you may have misunderstood Doc – he means lead administered ballistically, from a barrel.

  11. DanandMary May 13, 2022 at 10:13 am #

    How soon before the DOJ discovers kiddie porn on every Republican’s computer?

  12. badberries May 13, 2022 at 10:16 am #

    Remember when vermin paid a bounty?

    • White German Shepherd May 13, 2022 at 11:34 am #

      Yes I do.

      My friend and I would hunt ground squirrels in our little town because people would pay a nickel for their tails. The destructive critters dug holes in peoples’ yards and left unsightly mounds of dirt behind, a nuisance to clean up or mow across.

      We set traps for them and we shot them with our BB guns. Sometimes people would give us BBs. Nobody saw a problem with eight-year-old boys roaming the town with guns, shirtless and shoeless.

      • Paul May 14, 2022 at 10:15 am #

        There was a government-sponsored gopher bounty paid on the Canadian Prairies in the early 20th century, but I wasn’t born soon enough to participate. I saw one of the posters for it once.

  13. Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 10:17 am #

    At least the people (on both sides of the political divide) who were using the occasion of the infant formula shortage to bash the mothers of infants, have been successfully shamed into shutting their ignorant mouths.

    • thirdcoastlegend May 13, 2022 at 10:20 am #

      If that whole debacle doesn’t clue most people into the fact we are controlled by pond scum, I don’t know what will.

      • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 10:22 am #

        Congress is taking swift action. They will meet in the coming week for hearings- on UFOs.

        • cowbell81 May 13, 2022 at 10:41 am #

          One of the committee members should try to roll Hunter’s laptop into the UFO investigation and inquiry. That would be rich. Just to have it as part of the Congressional Record would be good enough. Does anyone even read the Congressional Record anymore?

          • thirdcoastlegend May 13, 2022 at 11:00 am #

            “The….uh…uhhh…grey aliens from Zeta Reticuli made me do it…swear to God!”

        • CrusherMuldoon May 13, 2022 at 11:54 am #

          Well, the Rapture will have to be explained by something, won’t it? @ Beryl

  14. MrMangoOnMyShoulder May 13, 2022 at 10:21 am #

    Last sentence of paragraph six…I’m still cleaning up the coffee sprayed all over my desk.

  15. Hereward the Woke May 13, 2022 at 10:25 am #

    Thankyou, James, for refusing to crumble in fear about the WHO Pandemic buffoonery. They can dream up any agreement they want. They can even get every member state to sign it. But at the end of the day, every nation will go its own way. Just like with the EU Russia oil and gas embargo. John Mearsheimer’s “realism” still rules.

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    • GreenAlba May 13, 2022 at 6:26 pm #

      They only need two thirds of states to sign up, Hereward, and all states become obliged to comply with it, which is hard to credit but seems to be the case.

      Excellent talk on it here by Dr Tess Lawrie, who spend years as an expert consultant with the WHO, but is now fighting the anti-vaxx fight, among other things.


      The nations that have WEF plants running them won’t go their own way. Nor will the nations that owe money to Blackrock. Or so I fear.

      • GreenAlba May 13, 2022 at 6:58 pm #

        There will be things they can do to bring non-compliers to heel as well, I imagine, like refusing international travel and trade to and from those countries. And the central banks will be in on it, so they’ll be able to choke off money and credit, seize assets etc.

  16. BackRowHeckler May 13, 2022 at 10:25 am #

    Wow, $40 billion more “for Ukraine?” Where is that cash coming from? Meanwhile, markets are tanking across the board, and very little diesel fuel and No. 2 heating oil is available in all of New England.

    “The US will be fossil fuel free by the end of my administration”-Biden

    • cowbell81 May 13, 2022 at 10:29 am #

      What he really meant to say was: “The US will cease to exist as a free and independent nation by the end of my administration.” -Biden

    • malthuss May 13, 2022 at 11:08 am #

      with what implications?

    • malthuss May 13, 2022 at 11:11 am #

      “The US will be fossil fuel free = 3rd world.

    • draupnir May 13, 2022 at 11:57 am #

      Cash is no problwem for them anymore. They simply type the amount in on a keyboard and it becomes manifest. It’s almost like they’re God.

      • beantownbill. May 13, 2022 at 12:14 pm #

        Yes, until nobody buys US bonds anymore.

        • CrusherMuldoon May 13, 2022 at 12:15 pm #

          Hear Hear, Bill, Hear Hear !!!!!

        • JTinMD May 13, 2022 at 12:45 pm #

          but ya still gotta pay yer damned taxes in USD

        • malthuss May 13, 2022 at 2:01 pm #

          I was told 10 years ago no one or nearly no one except ‘them’ was buying.

          ‘cant service the debt’.

    • Anon1970 May 14, 2022 at 4:13 pm #

      The US should never have gotten mixed up in the 2004 Maidan Revolution but it did and we are still paying the price although I don’t know who will be buying the $40 billion in bonds needed to pay for the next installment of aid to Ukraine.

      • Anon1970 May 14, 2022 at 4:14 pm #

        2004 should read 2014.

        • Paula D May 15, 2022 at 7:36 pm #

          The US was mixed up in the 2004 Orange Revolution also.
          I remember being incensed that only a couple of weeks after the US stolen election of 2004, when we were told “Exit polls are unreliable” they went to Ukraine and paid a bunch of people to demonstrate against the elected president using the line “The exit polls showed a different result and exit polls are reliable”.
          I could not understand how Americans would not notice such contradictory narratives.
          And now here we are……..

  17. Bill of Rights May 13, 2022 at 10:26 am #

    The Wall Street Journal had an interesting article yesterday predicting power interruptions this summer.

    Some of us have solar panels connected to the grid. I was surprised to learn they cannot be used in the aftermath of a hurricane or during brown-outs and black-outs for grid safety reasons.

    Maybe we should really go off grid with at least a large portion of those solar panels as a precautionary measure.

    • lateStarter May 13, 2022 at 10:49 am #

      Don’t do grid-connected. At most go hybrid. I am building my own portable off-grid system so at least I could use the washing machine once in a while.

      • Blackbird May 13, 2022 at 10:26 pm #

        And don’t expect solar panels to be a long-term solution. By the time those solar panels need to be replaced – if not long before – no one will be making them, at least not for sale to the riff raff. Solar panels are best used to wean oneself from electricity, and get acquainted with passive solar.

    • NickelthroweR May 13, 2022 at 10:55 am #

      People need to rethink the benefits and uses of solar. This is what I did.

      Powering my home off of solar isn’t a possibility. Too expensive and too unreliable. Instead, I have solar panels that will come out to charge my battery powered tools. I have battery powered chainsaws, lawnmower, rototiller, trimmers, etc.

      I have a wood stove and wood for heat and cooking. It would not be possible to heat my home and cook food using solar panels.

      • beantownbill. May 13, 2022 at 12:24 pm #

        Good thinking. When (if) the grid goes down we will all have to make do with a lot less things in our day-to-day living. I believe even most CFNers here have no real idea how difficult it will be to survive.

        • malthuss May 13, 2022 at 2:02 pm #

          That assumes they/we/ I/ you do survive a power down.

          and for how long will the power be down?

          did you watch my link to the fighting women?

          • beantownbill. May 13, 2022 at 3:05 pm #

            Once the power goes down it will be a long time before it comes back up, if ever. Depending on circumstances, it could take either months or years. You guys on the west coast could survive a winter, but out my way surviving winter will be problematical.

            I watched it a video about some obese women fighting each other, but don’t remember if it was sent by you. Kt was kind of gross.

      • Jo-G May 13, 2022 at 4:58 pm #

        A solar oven can cover some cooking needs even in the north east. I should be more efficient than photovoltaic. In the south west you need to be careful that you don’t burn your food.

      • observex May 13, 2022 at 5:10 pm #

        How long will the batteries last from first use? How about in storage?

        That is: do you have panels, but they don’t have good batteries after a while anymore – and we assume that post crash, no new batteries are made.

    • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 11:18 am #

      I know someone who was considering those roof panels. She thought she would have power during a power failure with them. I didn’t know that much about it either way.

      • CrusherMuldoon May 13, 2022 at 11:58 am #

        I hope that she consults someone with a scientific background who’s not the solar power salesperson (LOL) The orientation of your home viz the sun is crucial for getting optimum use of the solar panels. Think the salesperson (LOL) give a damn about that?

      • spaingaroo May 13, 2022 at 7:14 pm #

        Even though I have never actually worked and used it, I have a certificate in design and installation of solar energy systems, and yes, they are usually designed just to feed into the grid, and the energy for the house comes from the grid. Blackout, no nothing.
        You need a heap of expensive batteries and an amount of electronics to actually be off grid, and then you are being frugal always, or you will run out.
        Nobody has grid connected and battery back up. or maybe they do somewhere, but I don’t know that it is very common anywhere with a reliable grid.
        Solar hot water does make an enormous amount of sense, and can be very simple. But usually they are backed up with grid power or a gas heater. But I think they make sense before crash as hot water costs a heap for the average house, and after the crash, if you were hypothetically still living in your abode, I think you could easily adapt to the amount of hot water you would have just by timing the use well.
        Solar stoves, as someone suggested because you are never going to power an electric stove from a solar installation.

        • Daddyotis May 14, 2022 at 2:39 pm #

          I’m grid-connected w battery backup, Spain. Works reasonably well. If power goes out, batteries kick on without a ripple. The panels WILL charge the batteries during power outages after they get down to 80%. . I would have preferred to be completely off grid (and still might try in the future), but the wife wanted “reliable” energy access. Can’t say I blame her.

        • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 6:45 pm #

          I have the most wonderful solar oven. Can use it as a hot oven or as a slow cooker, and at 45 N. latitude, it still works ok for most of the winter.

          We have solar for the camper–perfectly fine for charging things or running LED lights.

          Thinking next about getting a pedal charger for deep-cycle batteries.

        • Paula D May 15, 2022 at 7:40 pm #

          I am grid-connected with backup batteries also.
          But it is rigged so only 4 plugs work, 2 inside and 2 outside.
          Still, when the power goes out it’s nice to have light and an electric frying pan.
          I have some sort of device that protects the lineman when the power comes back on. The electric co-op required it and I was OK with it. Never wanted to electrocute a lineman.

    • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 11:32 am #

      You can use solar power to start fires with a magnifying glass.

      • Ron Anselmo May 13, 2022 at 11:45 am #

        Exactly Janos – but one must be a non-linear thinker to even consider such.

        • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 12:02 pm #

          Or an arsonist.

          • Ron Anselmo May 13, 2022 at 12:22 pm #

            Beryl – a friend of mine says that these days, you could lock 10 people in a grocery store for a month and 8 of them would die of starvation.

            The point being many times it’s not actually a resource constraint, as a lack of critical (or any) thinking skills that endangers today’s society’s safety & survival.

      • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 11:49 am #

        When we wrote about holiday fire hazards recently this one escaped us: A snowman snow globe that causes nearby materials to burst into flame. Frosty, say it ain’t so! Today Hallmark recalled 7,000 17-inch-tall snow globes after getting two reports that the decorative globes had caused items nearby to ignite.


  18. Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 10:32 am #

    Nice piece today. It’s funny, I was just speaking with someone about pounding sand down ratholes this past week.

  19. steppingup May 13, 2022 at 10:32 am #

    If it aint one thing, it’s 10 things, but it’s always something. The only constant is shit happens. One thing for sure, nobody knows what is going to happen. 130+ million registered gun owners in this country, hell, there were only 50-60 million soldiers fought on both sides in WW2. I figure 500 million weapons in the US. It’s gonna be biblical. I’m leaning towards Swan Song, rather then the Stand (Captain Covid..LOL) or 1984. Sure wont be boring…..

    • cowbell81 May 13, 2022 at 10:37 am #

      This Swan Song? –> https://www.imdb.com/title/tt10832274/

      Add a rogue actor (or nation state) with some highly radioactive material and a bone to pick, and you could have your blockbuster of the summer!

      • steppingup May 13, 2022 at 11:36 am #

        Swan Song by Robert McCammon. Really good read.

        • cowbell81 May 13, 2022 at 11:40 am #

          Thanks, will look into this one and add it to my buy list for future reading.

        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder May 13, 2022 at 2:59 pm #

          Just ordered this book on your recommend. 900+ pages, hopefully it pays off.

          • beantownbill. May 13, 2022 at 3:09 pm #

            I read the book and it was worth the purchase price, IMO. Don’t know what your taste is like, though.

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder May 14, 2022 at 7:05 am #

            I like a good disaster story. Imagine this will fit the bill.

  20. Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 10:39 am #

    Bill Gates has been busy LYING to the world about what “we” know now, that we didn’t know then.

    It gives me a sliver of hope that he fears some kind of retribution.

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    • Paula D May 13, 2022 at 12:26 pm #

      Then he came out the next day and said that he had covid, but because he was jabbed the symptoms were mild.
      And they are still pushing the shot all over the place.
      It’s like they think we are stupid.

      • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 12:45 pm #

        How many well-known people will make the same statement, something along the lines of “tested positive, mild symptoms” followed by a recitation of the Pfizer Prayer, before people notice that something is up?

        Like, you get vaccinated, not only can you get covid, you can get it again and again?

        BTW, there is some evidence that taking that new drug, Paxlovid, as treatment, doesn’t cure your cold, it just knocks it down for a while so it flares right back up again.

        • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 6:58 pm #

          There is a COVID outbreak at a facility I’m temping at. It’s more of a nuisance illness than anything, even for these elderly residents. Only 2 have received monoclonal antibodies per IV because of their elevated risk, but one family took their loved one out and got him an Rx for Paxlovid. Great . . . Great . . . So the virus just treads water in this resident for 10 days, then recrudesces, just as everyone is over the hump and out of isolation. Hopefully, the strain will not have drifted, and the recovered residents are still immune!

          I read the package insert, and Pfizer tries not to show its ass, there. “This is an investigational drug . . . ” it begins. One thing they do cop to is that this drugg, essentially a cold symptom remedy, can render any future anti-HIV drug useless in the patient.

          • ThorsHammer May 15, 2022 at 2:22 am #

            China has locked millions of citizens in their concrete apartment cells in response to the “threat” posed by the new Omicron COVID virus. A week ago they released the official death toll—77 countrywide deaths WITH Covid but none FROM Covid alone.

            Looks like the biologically engineered Wuhan Flu was a massive failure and even the Pfizer death clot isn’t enough to bring about the Gatesian Epoc. The CCP Overseers and Crazy Bill are left with the age old method of starvation to achieve their depopulation goals.

      • thirdcoastlegend May 13, 2022 at 2:23 pm #

        They push the mild symptoms line because they know it’s unprovable and people will fall for it.

      • Paula D May 13, 2022 at 3:43 pm #

        But he had just admitted that the disease was not that bad and the symptoms were mild for the majority of people.
        To come back the next day and attribute it to the GMO product takes a lot of gall.

      • MrMangoOnMyShoulder May 14, 2022 at 7:07 am #

        It’s like they think we are stupid.

        Many of us are, it appears. Actually, it seems the “smarter” one is by standard conventions, the more stupid one allows themselves to be. Can’t blame TPTB too much for exploiting that fact, I guess.

        • Not_GeorgeT May 14, 2022 at 9:51 pm #

          “It’s like they think we are stupid.”

          I figure 30-50% fit the thinking.

          If or when it gets really bad, that same 30% – 50% should stay out of the way.

          Unfortunately, some of them might try doing something stupid, not realizing how consistently stupid they are.

  21. mitchellc May 13, 2022 at 10:46 am #

    Jim, you seem to be all over the place. This is the classic negotiation stage as it vacillates between anger.

    First you admit that the idea seems preposterous, then appear to conclude its entirely true. But then after you question how it is to be achieved, you proceed to list off many of the program features.

    First and foremost is money. National militaries are incentized not by principle, but promotion. The way to advance one’s career is war; it doesn’t matter if the enemy is foreign or domestic.

    Secondly, it’s easy to bust out a population through resource restrictions, in this case a pincers movement of high fuel costs and food shortages.

    Third of course is the culture shift through the introduction and encouragement of outside people.

    As you can, it’s really not difficult at all. The anger -> depression stage is where some finally come to understand that all of their hope and faith was entirely misplaced.

    Your fellow citizens were never the stalwart individuals you believed. That in itself was an invention, a residual effect of an intentional ego boost needed to have everyone rally against the mustache man.

    Now the primary target are those that are now not only no longer needed, but still retain some memory of their programming, made laughable that they actually believed the BS.

    These are the ones youre calling to; Lennon had a hit called “No reply”.

    • lizharmon May 13, 2022 at 10:51 am #

      If your goal is to look smart, epic fail Dude. JHK has been preaching this for close to 20 years now You? just another keyboard Jonny come lately.

    • thirdcoastlegend May 13, 2022 at 11:01 am #

      These days professional militaries are just mercs under a national flag.

      Extremely well-paid mercs.

    • malthuss May 13, 2022 at 11:10 am #

      Lennon had a hit called “No reply”.
      not according to anything I can find.

      it was the Beatles.

      No Reply (song) – Wikipedia
      ” No Reply ” is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their 1964 album Beatles for Sale. In North America, it was issued on Capitol Records ‘ variant on the British release, Beatles ’65. The song was written mainly by John Lennon and credited to Lennon-McCartney.

      • cowbell81 May 13, 2022 at 11:16 am #

        Some might argue that Lennon WAS The Beatles, that he was the brains and working power behind the hits.

        • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 11:20 am #

          You’d have a fight on your hands with that one.

          • Hereward the Woke May 13, 2022 at 12:16 pm #

            LOL. We all know it was Ringo who called the shots.

        • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 11:34 am #

          Did Yoko break up the Beatles? Show of hands.

          One learned opinion is worth more than all the votes on Earth.

          • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 11:54 am #

            I remember when a music publication, Rolling Stone probably, had run a hit piece on Yoko, back in the day.

            A woman wrote a letter in Yoko’s defense. To the charge that Yoko “broke up the Beatles”, the woman’s answer was “So what?”

          • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 12:39 pm #

            They were great. She sucked as a musical talent. Putting her over the Beatles is something only an ignorant feminist would do.

        • malthuss May 13, 2022 at 2:06 pm #

          yes and no.

          after a good run of about 10 years, JL ran out of inspiration.

          If you doubt me, listen to his work 1971-1980.

          The last time I saw him was near the dakota, at a macrobiotic restaurant that they frequented.
          I could have talked to him [he was on the way to the loo, alone] but I didnt.

          A psychic [friend of friend] told him he would be dead in 3 months and indeed he died 3 months later.

          • BackRowHeckler May 13, 2022 at 3:16 pm #

            Was the friend of a friend named Mark David Chapman?

        • Night Owl May 13, 2022 at 5:39 pm #

          He and McCartney were all-rounders that could just as well go solo, but I don’t think they were what really held the band together.

          I think the hidden genius in the band was likely Harrison. A truly creative guitar player who is technical enough to get his ideas out is often the glue that holds bands together. And those guitar players often aren’t the type of all-rounders that can go solo.

          • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 7:06 pm #

            Hear, hear.

      • Jo-G May 13, 2022 at 5:19 pm #

        The memory of the girls in the Beatle’s audience screaming so loudly that you couldn’t hear their music reminds me of the American’s histrionics over whatever the latest thing the popular news media is pushing. Back when Beatlemania was happening, a teacher told us it also happened with Frank Sinatra and what was causing it was that the musician’s handlers paid a few girls to act out and it caused the other girls to follow along.

        • BackRowHeckler May 14, 2022 at 6:47 am #

          Rudy Vallee got the same response in the late 20s. He was the first.

        • Jarek May 14, 2022 at 12:24 pm #

          Well first causes first: the general emotional/sexual repression, you know, the kind that allow for the creation and maintainance of Civilization. The music released the girls from this and they loved it – just like a roller coaster without breaks is fun until you hit the ground.

          Shills? Sure, why not. Like the catalysts in a chemical reaction. They’d have a harder time now: the energy potential is not nearly as great.

    • CrusherMuldoon May 13, 2022 at 12:01 pm #

      @Mitchelic: here’s my answer to you: newenglandoil.com

      • Not_GeorgeT May 14, 2022 at 10:04 pm #

        Decent site, in a previous house situation I went out in the market to make deals with discount dealers for specific deliveries which might be scheduled to accommodate their delivery route and have a minimum # of gallons to make the discount work. Having a wood stove capable of maintaining heat at an acceptable level was a huge plus.

    • mitchellc May 13, 2022 at 12:21 pm #

      OK, weird slide, but I’ll play.

      With the veritable mountain of information that has come out about the Beatles over the last 60 years, one salient aspect is the recognition than John and Paul rarely actually collaborated after their very earliest hits.

      So, song references now have become more of a matter of factual attribution, rather than any attempt at artisticly elevating one over the other.

      For example, hard days night is almost entirely John. With rubber soul on, any fan knows immediately which is which.

      Two great examples of the very distinct differences are 4 songs released as two separate singles: rain & paperback writer (between rubber and revolver), and strawberry & penny (before Sgt peppers).

      However, even for the non fan, all you really have to do is recognize the voice: they always sang their own songs.

      • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 12:50 pm #

        Agree. However, no matter how much a song belonged to one or the other, there was always some contribution that made it a Beatles hit, even if it was a very small contribution.

      • malthuss May 13, 2022 at 2:08 pm #

        those pesky publishing deals, thats why the songs were falsely

        who did Revolution 9? and was it satanic when played backwards.

        • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 3:00 pm #

          I wouldn’t own up to that one.

      • Not_GeorgeT May 15, 2022 at 6:50 am #

        Sometimes some good backstory comes out of Ringo. He said in an interview Paul sings some lines on 98%, not always audible. He attributed it to Paul just singing along, purely into the music.

  22. Allahs 3rd Nipple May 13, 2022 at 11:12 am #

    “How many of you not fully entranced by media psy-ops are willing to just say “no, and no more”?”

    Well, that’s really THE question, isn’t it?

    Don’t look for too many resisters within gov’t or it’s enforcement arms. We can begin with the military. Having been previously employed by (and given servitude to) the military forces of the United States believe me when I say that said personnel are trained rigorously to follow orders. And follow orders they will. Yes, there will be a number who manifest a conscience but that number will be paltry and insufficient to affect any change in direction of the military machine. National Command Authority and all that, don’tcha know. They will be dealt with as they always have been ensuring resistance doesn’t come from the military.

    Law enforcement will be much the same, especially city departments and state police agencies. Somewhat more resistance will come from county sheriffs throughout the land and herein lies our best hope for resistance backed by contemporary paramilitary organization. You know precisely the sheriffs I’m talking about, too. If your sheriff declared your county a “Second Amendment Sanctuary” you might have a fighting chance.

    Much will depend upon the mettle of your local sheriff.

    But the main body of resistance will come from The People. Success will depend upon how many decide to grab their pitchfork bang sticks and how soon they choose to do so – AND if they still have the strength to do so. Left to their own devices, they won’t actively resist until starvation of the populace is well under way, which will be too late by far.

    My dear Mr Kunstler, I’m afraid I’m simply not as optimistic as you are.

    • Ron Anselmo May 13, 2022 at 3:28 pm #

      “Much will depend upon the mettle of your local sheriff.” ~Allahs 3rd Nipple

      Yes. Many don’t realize that County Sheriffs are the highest constitutional officers within their counties – even have jurisdictional authority over the Feds.

      For some of the finest – check out North Florida Sheriffs. For any county in the US – the most important local election by far is the County Sheriff.

  23. Shoplet™ May 13, 2022 at 11:17 am #

    ~ ‘Rain’ by Eivør ~


    “This video is actually inspired by reality. This plot depicts the fate of countless men from the Faroe Islands. Only two generations ago, men would leave on schooners, be gone for months without any word. Their families would often be waiting for more than half a year at times, not knowing if they would return or if the sea had already claimed them. Sometimes all able-bodied males in several entire families would join the same vessel, leaving their families to charities of others if they did not return. This looks like it could be around WWII which claimed countless Faroese sailors as they braved the German mines to feed the Brits.
    Many stories are about ‘hamferð’, which is the moment we see the husband’s reflection in the mirror, despite him not being there. Hamferð is basically a soul, which at the moment of death, can be seen by loved ones as a final goodbye. A way for the deceased to tell them to stop waiting for them to return. The wife knows she is a widow, and thus goes to join him in the sea.
    A beautiful rendition of history.” ~ Sólvá Túná Rúnadóttir

    • cowbell81 May 13, 2022 at 11:29 am #

      Nice music and video, but honestly, what does any of this have to do with the issues we are discussing here and facing in this day and age?

      • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 11:37 am #

        Death, hardship, starvation, hopelessness, suicide?

        Cut the little shopper a break.

        • cowbell81 May 13, 2022 at 11:42 am #

          I was thinking the shopper was using the link as click-bait, somehow getting paid by someone for increased clicks. Wouldn’t be a bad scheme.

          • Shoplet™ May 13, 2022 at 12:37 pm #

            ~ Kissing The Abyss ~

            cowbell81 (et al.), try to see some art, passion, alternate meanings, layers, transcendence, associations and depth in life.

            Those kinds of things.

            And/or at least understand that there are those who don’t see reality or respond to it in the way you do or you might hope or expect them to.

            Click-bait? Please.
            There’s a gun to your head, with a sticky-memo on the gun for good measure, for you to click stuff you don’t want to.

            Add ‘war’ to Jarek’s good list (thank you, Jarek) as well as JHK’s ‘That Sinking Feeling’ header, and maybe also his…

            “…some people on deck that the US ship is riding lower in the water each day, and listing at a distressing angle. Many other passengers have retreated to their staterooms, sick from the ‘vaccines’ they were required to take to stay on-board for the voyage. Meanwhile water is streaming in below-decks, down in the stinking bilges, from many cracks in the hull. Nobody seems to know what to do, least of all the ship’s captain, who won’t come out of his quarters. (It’s whispered that he’s gone mad.) Is it time to lower the lifeboats?”

            If recalled, our host also has a bike-ride tune list or lists somewhere…

            Lastly, a tip-of-the-hat to Disaffected who, indirectly, had me discover Eivør this week. There seems a profundity and/or sadness in much of her work…

            Eivør – Silvitni

            “Jarek is a gift to the universe…let him have his fun.” ~ tom clark


          • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 8:22 pm #

            He doesn’t really mean it so you’re alone. And if you don’t mean it either, you’re still with him – so you better mean it.

          • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 8:27 pm #

            What is that, Norwegian? I don’t understand it. Give me Bjork or give me Abba.

          • Shoplet™ May 14, 2022 at 12:28 am #

            We all could be seen as gifts to the universe or the universe’s gifts to itself, so there you go.

            I’ve heard of Grimes, but not her work and so am in the middle of her tune/video on You Tube, called ‘REALiTi’, which is how she spells it I think.
            I actually like it so far (and as such, might look more into her work).
            It feels much more ‘free-form’ compared with what I am still becoming familiar with in Eivor’s which seems to have found a niche– how large, unsure– in an otherwise crowded space. Why that might be so, I’ve some ideas about, but they are only formative.

            ‘Remember Me’

            “My best friend sent me this to listen to, before we had to go our separate ways. She will always be in my heart, and I for her. She always had the best taste in music to reflect her emotions. I hope our lives become entwined again… but for now, it seems best for them to not be…” ~ Matt (comment under the video/song)

          • Shoplet™ May 14, 2022 at 12:33 am #

            “What is that, Norwegian?” ~ Jarek

            It’s apparently Faroese. She’s from the Faroe Islands. Apparently, the language is close to Norwegian and/or Icelandic.

      • Shoplet™ May 15, 2022 at 3:36 pm #

        “Jim’s Daily Bike Ride (2011)

        Tune List

        The Graceful Ghost Rag — Eugene Barban
        Winder Slide — Rayna Gellert
        Billy in the Low Ground — Matt Brown
        Cracked Pot — Greg Boardman
        Saint Genevieve — Alison Brown
        Shebeg, Shemor — Darol Anger & Mike Marshall
        Sail Away Ladies — Bruce Molsky
        Derwent Vale — Scott Nygaard
        More Than This– Roxy Music
        If I had a Boat — Lyle Lovett
        Barrytown — Steely Dan
        As Hard As It Is — Fine Young Cannibals
        Lily of the West — Mark Knopfler & The Chieftans
        Spanish Harlem Incident — The Byrds
        Have a heart — Bonnie Raitt
        A Case of You — Prince
        Visions of Johanna — Bob Dylan
        Remember Me — Lucky Dube”


    • thirdcoastlegend May 13, 2022 at 2:44 pm #

      I’m lucky enough to have seen Eivør live.

      She’s a very talented young woman.

      • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 8:22 pm #

        Better than Grimes?

        • thirdcoastlegend May 14, 2022 at 12:12 pm #

          Yes, much less constructed than Grimes.

          There is also the Russian folk singing girl group, Beloe Zlato (White Gold):


          Yeah, rural life in Russia looks terrible. Just awful.

          • Ron Anselmo May 14, 2022 at 3:59 pm #

            What about Pussy Riot? They were from Russia.

          • Disaffected May 14, 2022 at 4:10 pm #


          • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 7:18 pm #

            Great! Makes me want to dust off my Russian.

        • Shoplet™ May 15, 2022 at 3:28 pm #

          Rather along the lines of my suggestion regarding the ‘gift to the universe’ thing, if one prefers, say, stuff like ‘The Shaggs’ (which is what I am listening to because I will be posting its link after composing this comment), over Grimes or… (searches for strike-through o…) Eivør, then, The Shaggs are ‘better’.

          Growing up, if the sister was Eivør, it might have be fun to play some Shaggs once in a blue moon just to help ‘guide ‘her, musically.

          ‘Philosophy of The World’ by The Shaggs

          “This is the ultimate band for people who have heard too much music.” ~ Earl Lemongrab (comment under video/song)

      • Shoplet™ May 14, 2022 at 12:40 am #


    • Alzaebo May 13, 2022 at 4:18 pm #

      “‘hamferð’, which is the moment we see the husband’s reflection in the mirror”

      Astonishing. Wondrous.
      That type of phenomena is my entire interest, my sole project- thank you.
      Thank you forever.

      • Shoplet™ May 14, 2022 at 12:42 am #

        Oh? In what sense? But you’re welcome of course.

      • Shoplet™ May 14, 2022 at 4:58 am #

        ~ Every Scientist Should Be An Anarchist ~

        “Simply put, it seems obvious to me that there would be more scientists and a higher drive for science in an anarchistic society, plus a higher degree of efficiency that would benefit science directly as well as indirectly.

        ‘If the State had been abolished a century ago, we’d all have robots and summer homes in the Asteroid belt.’ ~ Samuel Konkin”



        Would we really want robots and summer homes in the asteroid belt? Maybe some of us…

        But anyway, many are not anarchist apparently, or at least don’t think about it or realize that they might be and that the State is but a mere coercive ‘religion’ that science and critical thinking, etcetera, operate ineffectively under/within.

        So what would you have some of us say to some of our ancestors that thought about dead husbands in the mirrors and water-reflections?

        What did The World Made By Hand characters ‘believe’?

        If you weren’t sarcastic, then kindly disregard this comment, or at least some of it. ‘u’

  24. Rodster May 13, 2022 at 11:18 am #

    It got personal with me when this whole Covid bullshit started 2 years ago. I don’t like people pissing on my head and trying to convince me it’s raining. My pisses me off even more is seeing people believing the Covid bullshit.

    That doesn’t even compare to the Ukrainian bullshit the Crime Syndicate known as the United States government started back in 2014. Yes this is all being done on purpose because World Leaders/Clowns want to blowup the system because they have sent it into “Collapse Mode” with their decades of endless spending and debt creation.

    • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 11:22 am #

      That’s exactly it.

    • tahoe1780 May 13, 2022 at 1:20 pm #

      Commentary from Cyprus

    • thirdcoastlegend May 13, 2022 at 2:45 pm #

      Hear, hear Rodster!

      Watching Zelensky go around talking tough and threatening everyone makes me think the collective West are merely satellites of Ukraine.

    • Night Owl May 13, 2022 at 5:33 pm #

      Looking back on the Covid highlight reel is even funnier than living through it.

      Starting with the people randomly keeling over in the street in Wuhan. Of course, the Wuhan propaganda reels had nothing on what the West did.

      My favorite line remains the Jacinda Ardern classics. “Don’t look at the sun” and “We are your one source of information.”

      I can’t imagine what this shit is going to look like on revisiting it in 20 years or so.

    • Shoplet™ May 14, 2022 at 5:01 am #

      1: “Your mask please?”
      2: “I have a condition that prevents me from wearing a mask”
      1: “Ok, thank you.”

      • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 7:22 pm #

        We still have to do the theater in long-term care, and cutting tiny, inconspicuous slits in an N95 mask helps to make the theater more tolerable.

        • Shoplet™ May 15, 2022 at 3:59 pm #

          I live near a long term care place and maybe a year or year and a half ago, a senior guy came outside in the wee hours of the morning making lots of noises and apparently banging on a bus-stop-shelter’s glass ostensibly about how he was being very poorly treated in the facility, presumably due to CV19 restrictions and whatnot.

          I finally got dressed to go out to see if I could address some of his concerns, but by the time I got out, he was already heading back in.

          When CV19 restrictions began, I remarked how I was still seeing guests and caretakers freely go in and out of the place without any restrictions, including, unless they put them on inside and just before going into the seniors’ rooms, masks.

          In the legacy media news around about then, we began hearing relative horror stories about how seniors where left to fend for themselves (many couldn’t) and how, eventually, some military personnel had to be employed. Many seniors might have died in the ordeal.

          This, to me, begged a few questions, as stuff like this can, and one of the main one was what’s going to happen to me if I become ‘senior enough’ where I might face inordinately relying on government personnel. It’s not like I’ll be necessarily able to handle a loaded gun at that point either.

          • Shoplet™ May 15, 2022 at 9:10 pm #

            Correction for the above:

            ‘Without’ should appear immediately before ‘masks’ in the third paragraph.

  25. Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 11:27 am #

    The Bad Orange Man made mistakes, but what if he’d had his own party actually behind him? What if the ‘pundit’ class, the few of them who actually had an idea what was really going on, had tried to actually help him, instead of jeering at him from the sidelines?

    Here’s some commentary from the underrated Ace of Spades:

    A dozen times Obama told us that, behind closed doors, Republican office-holders would tell him that they were secretly in favor of open borders (or, “Comprehensive Immigration Reform,” as the DC euphemism goes) as well as Obamacare and other leftwing agenda items, but that they could not be seen voting for these things due to the evil, thuggish, unenlightened GOP base.

    We should have believed Obama. He lied about many things, but I’m now convinced he was telling the truth about this.

    A Slate article — approvingly linked by Hot Air, and I don’t think you need three guesses to identify who linked it — admits there is a Deep State and praises it for having blocked Donald Trump’s foreign policy. Bear in mind, Trump was very clear about his foreign policy. He announced it to the public. The public voted in favor of it. They were not confused about it and there was no deception regarding it.

    Trump’s foreign policy was not just Trump’s foreign policy; it was the foreign policy America’s voters chose, democratically and fairly, after being fully informed about it and having had an entire campaign season to consider it.

    But an alliance of neoliberals and neoconservatives in the permanent foreign policy Blob in DC illegally and unconstitutionally blocked the democratically-selected foreign policy from going forward and to this day, the neoliberals and neoconservatives are high-fiving each other about their subversion of Our Precious Democratic Norms.


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    • Rodster May 13, 2022 at 11:40 am #

      The problem with Trump according to Martin Armstrong who has been advising Heads of State for decades, he said Trump thought being POTUS actually meant he actually made decisions.

      He realized too late that he doesn’t really make any decisions unless approved by the criminal gang known as the Deep State. They are the ones dictating US policy both domestically and internationally.

      He hired the wrong people because he was too naive to realize they were part of the criminal operation that works behind the scenes to make decisions for the POTUS.

      Pompeo, Nikki Haley and seriously John Bolton? These are the Neocons and Warhawks during Trump’s presidency.

      • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 11:57 am #

        Sounds about right. I think he though America First was a no-brainer for most in government.

      • Paula D May 13, 2022 at 12:32 pm #

        And he fired Flynn and Bannon. Not sure if he hired RFK, Jr before he fired him.
        Big mistakes.

        • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 12:53 pm #

          He asked RFK Jr. to announce the appointment (according to Jr.) and then just never followed up.

    • Rowdypiglet May 13, 2022 at 1:55 pm #

      Beryl of Oyl, I don’t have the heart for a critique of Trump. I think he genuinely tried to fulfill his promises to the voters. I viewed him with dismay at first and expected him to be a disaster (though not as much as Hilary), but he gained my respect by showing real courage and determination. The lies and attacks from the so-called press, and from every other quarter, were so over the top that even a saint would have lost it. He had no support at all, except from people who were powerless (i.e., those who voted him into office). He may not have been a good judge of character but, on the other hand, maybe it wasn’t possible to find people with any kind of qualifications who wouldn’t bow to the Deep State in the end. Overcoming this kind of opposition, the greater part of it being out of sight, would require God-like powers. All things considered, he did well. I think Martin Armstrong is partly right in thinking that he didn’t understand how relatively powerless POTUS really is. But I also think Trump is a great negotiator, as opposed to a great fighter, and you can’t negotiate with the Deep State.

      • thirdcoastlegend May 13, 2022 at 2:51 pm #

        Trump’s indefatigable ability to keep his composure in the face of all the attacks on him and his family was incredible.

        Trump is a good negotiator because in his heart he is a businessman, not a soldier.

        • Shoplet™ May 15, 2022 at 4:06 pm #

          Trump seems a real shoo-in for that expression something about history being a kinder judge.

      • JTinMD May 14, 2022 at 10:05 am #

        It’s all symbolic now, but the symbols are really the most important thing. At the base level, our minds operate using symbols. Somebody, maybe Joseph Campbell, said the best writers see the world in terms of symbols, a la James Joyce. Symbols are very powerful for humans. Trump symbolized extremes for both “sides.” And now, with hindsight and by comparison with the alternative, viz, “Joe Biden,” Trump(ism) is winning day by day, minute by minute. It’s obvious to me that a tempest is brewing. Batton down the hatches!

  26. JTinMD May 13, 2022 at 11:30 am #

    The other day my employer had a >$10K cash deposit to make. To avoid the IRS/DHS “you must be a criminal” trigger, they split the deposit in two, and I was elected to make the second deposit. Apparently, the flunky bank teller neglected to ask for my relevant info (SS#, name, address, drivers’ license #, etc.), and now the bank manager keeps calling us to get the info. I keep refusing, and so does our bookkeeper (bless her soul!).

    I’m looking forward to a call from the IRS, cuz they, in fact, do have my name, just none of the other info. Fucking bastards!

    • cowbell81 May 13, 2022 at 11:37 am #

      Wow, really? You should have simply deposited it in your personal account and blamed an error on the bank’s part if your employer ever came back to you for the juice.

      • JTinMD May 13, 2022 at 12:06 pm #

        they’re the criminals, not I, cowbell, but thanks for the advice. 😉

    • Rodster May 13, 2022 at 11:42 am #

      Barry Bonds according to reports used to do that with his on the side girlfriend. He would have her make deposits just a tad under 10 ten grand so as not to alert the IRS.

      • thirdcoastlegend May 13, 2022 at 2:53 pm #

        Do that too often and the IRS will label it, “structuring,” and come after you.

        • tresho May 13, 2022 at 8:33 pm #

          “Do that too often and the IRS will label it, “structuring,” I think a depositor only has to do it once to bring down the wrath of the gods upon themselves.

    • tresho May 13, 2022 at 8:32 pm #

      “they split the deposit in two” IANAL, but I do have read the law and made bank deposits over the years that approached or exceeded the banking limits. Splitting deposits to avoid the full effects of the law is banned by the same law you referred, somewhere in the fine print. Most of the banks I use will apply the limit for checks >= $3000, not the full $10000, to capture those who split up deposits. I imagine that refusing to provide the info the bank wants in order for them to meet the legal requirements to process the deposit would most likely results in the bank’s refusal to accept the deposit. They’ll let you know maybe 6 months from now.

      • JTinMD May 14, 2022 at 9:58 am #

        thanks for the info, tresho — gonna look into it. They have my name anyway, plus I’m a depositor on the personal side. There’s just no escape apart from total escape — in for a penny…

  27. 100th Avatar May 13, 2022 at 12:18 pm #

    Imagine if you will a country where corporate donations to elections were not allowed and private individual donations were limited to $5000.00 per household… you are now entering the TooLate Zone

  28. cowbell81 May 13, 2022 at 12:33 pm #

    “While families are struggling to pay higher prices at the pump, oil and gas companies are recording record profits,” Pelosi said. “This is a major exploitation of the consumer, because this is a product the consumer must have,” she added.


    If this is a product we “must have” then why are they (i.e. the government and world leaders) working so hard to ensure that we cannot have it?

    • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 1:08 pm #

      That’s a good question, but most people will never ask it, because all they will see is someone like Nan standing up and vowing to fight for them, and others without any scruples at all like Liz and Bernie, will nod their heads in agreement.

      • JTinMD May 14, 2022 at 10:11 am #

        That is a good question, Beryl, but the answer appears obvious to me (and probably to you and most other CFNers).

        It’s one for you, three for me. One for you, three for me…

        “They” clearly want us scratching our puzzled heads and fighting each other tooth and nail to be seen as the smart one with the “real” answer while “they” chuckle and chortle all the way the proverbial bank.

  29. Ron Anselmo May 13, 2022 at 12:34 pm #

    As “vaccinated” mothers go back to breast-feeding, because of the manufactured shortage of baby formula, how many of their babies will be harmed from by-products of the “vaccines’?

    Just askin’, I’m all ears.

    • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 12:46 pm #

      My thoughts exactly. Do women even want to breast feed anymore, even apart from that?

      • cowbell81 May 13, 2022 at 12:49 pm #

        Most women I’ve known have loved being nibbled on there. I wonder why they draw the line at their own offspring? You would think this cuts off both parties from an act that would equally bring each a certain degree of pleasure.

        • thirdcoastlegend May 13, 2022 at 2:55 pm #

          I think the only people that lack any appreciation for a woman’s bosom are the Ellen…oops, I meant Elliot Page types.

        • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 5:52 pm #

          A return of wet nurses?

          • Blackbird May 13, 2022 at 10:53 pm #

            And after the outlawing of cattle – black market cheese?

        • MaryQueen May 14, 2022 at 3:26 pm #

          Way to turn a convo about nursing into one about sex and some odd fetish. Tacky.

          • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 7:39 pm #

            Men. Lol.

        • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 7:39 pm #

          Why do they draw the line at their own offspring? Money. Mothers of newborns have a great deal of pressure on them to farm the infant out early and head back to work, even if they are married to a good provider. Part of this is social pressure to “be more than just a mom.”

          I did nurse my baby for well over a year. Well over. But I could never have done that if my husband hadn’t been a good earner and sort of “old school” about a mother’s role.

          I was a member of La Leche League, and most of the members were affluent white women. The formula feeders had to make bank, I guess.

    • Redneck Liberal May 15, 2022 at 8:34 pm #


      • Ron Anselmo May 16, 2022 at 12:56 am #

        RL – How would one know either way? Surely no studies are being done. Why might that be? Maybe I’ll start a new “conspiracy theory”. LOL

  30. mitchellc May 13, 2022 at 12:37 pm #

    Allah, nice summary – it lays out perfectly the dynamics at play.

    I don’t know if jim is being optimistic; rather, he appears to be like any recent convert to a cause. You know, super enthusiastic and supportive.

    If I may, allow me to expand your scenario using the time tested step processes experienced from prior historical events.

    The next phase is regional concentration – a trend easily identifiable today. Next comes the civil war as the various factions fight over control of the central governing authority.

    I’m not certain who will win, but its easy to incapacitate cities. Supply lines (freeways) and power are the two key vulnerabilities. Think past lighting to consider the pumps required to get fresh water in, and raw sewage out.

    Anyway, as has often been said, you can vote yourself in, but never out. The situation with Trump proved that for even the most innocent believer.

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    • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 5:52 pm #

      You have finally found God.

  31. niner May 13, 2022 at 12:38 pm #

    OMG OMG OMG !!

    my favorite essayist has written the doomed word of exile.

    i shelter my eyes, squinting to see if spontaneous human combustion has struck him down.

    oh kunstler, you are trying to unmagic the black spell of demons.

    brave kunstler.

    we laugh to scorn the magic word of doom and exile, even while we are yet afraid to say it.

    however true it lays a curse. the curse of truth.

    brave kunstler.

    • Amman May 13, 2022 at 8:37 pm #

      You mean “yet afraid to HEAR it”, no?

      • niner May 15, 2022 at 2:13 pm #

        both, i think.

  32. HowardBeale May 13, 2022 at 12:54 pm #

    “Why is it “important” that we spend thirty, forty, fifty billion dollars pounding sand down the rat hole that is post-Maidan Ukraine…?”

    This is not a hard question to answer. It’s simply because Joe BIden, Nancy Pelosi and John Kerry’s sons all made a fortune over there for doing nothing.


    • cowbell81 May 13, 2022 at 1:01 pm #

      Biden is banking on buying some cheap waterfront property in Odessa when this is all over. He is going to sip mai-tais and enjoy the golden sunsets.

      • BackRowHeckler May 13, 2022 at 3:11 pm #

        Biden will be in Odessa, maybe in Stalin’s former dacha …

        But Zelenskey will be at his oceanfront estate in Miami Beach, enjoying his celebrity status and billion $$$ bank account, hobnobbing with gangsters, movie stars, cartel chiefs and international arms dealers. Summers of course is reserved for the Vineyard and Nantucket, mixing with Big Dem Pols like Obama and John Kerry, and CBS, CNN, NBC and ABC media honchos. Z is still pretty young so this arrangement could go on until mid century

        • Blackbird May 13, 2022 at 11:02 pm #

          If, in the near future, Biden is in Odessa, it will be in prison. A nice one, with a view. Chinese tourists come by to watch him brush his teeth, watch TV, things like that. Pay enough and you can probably borrow him for a few hours.

          Because I’m starting to think that when the lines on the map stop moving, Ukraïna will be a land-locked country.

          • Not_GeorgeT May 14, 2022 at 10:46 pm #

            Landlocked territory… country might become a bit of a stretch.

        • Jarek May 14, 2022 at 12:33 pm #

          Like the pygmy they kept in a zoo in the 1920’s (I think).

          Biden is just such a mental pygmy.

          • Blackbird May 14, 2022 at 9:07 pm #

            It’s called the Dictator Zoo (until someone comes up with a better name). It’s time has come.

      • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 7:44 pm #

        White Russians made with Ensure.

  33. a kullervo May 13, 2022 at 1:14 pm #

    (7 : God’s pH)

    We all do the same
    (we do it all the same):
    We do what we can to become
    what we’re supposed to be.
    What are we?
    A bittersweet degree.

    Everything comes from God.
    What reasons do I have to be grateful for some things, and displeased with another?
    Radical Acceptance: no questions – no doubts.

    A heroic freedom fighter to one, an imbecile in a clown custom to another – it doesn’t matter: humans are not meant to escape dualism’s confinement. Here’s a clue, though: everything is necessary, until it ceases to be.

    (You’re welcome)

  34. cowbell81 May 13, 2022 at 1:33 pm #

    Wow, could it be that companies might finally be waking up and willing to fight back against the woke crowd? Or is this simply because Netflix has been losing so much money and subscribers dropping left and right that they feel some action needs taking?


    • Rowdypiglet May 13, 2022 at 2:00 pm #

      No, they’re not waking up. I’m not sure they would wake up even if their companies went under. They would move on to the next company and do the same thing there.

    • Beryl of Oyl May 13, 2022 at 2:26 pm #

      Netflix encouraged their employees to be a bunch of cancelling crybabies.

      Now that the tide is turning ever so slightly, and because they have money problems, it looks as if they are trying to pretend it’s all their workforce’s fault.

    • Night Owl May 13, 2022 at 5:29 pm #

      Netflix is literally a propaganda arm of the WEF. You think they are fighting back?

      Christ on a crutch.

      • JTinMD May 14, 2022 at 10:31 am #

        I agree, Beryl and Night Owl. They were never woke, and never will be. It’s merely value-free, risk-off capitalism; whichever way the wind blows. The oligarchs are faceless and spineless. Don’t look to them for leadership – not Trump, nor Elon, nor anybody else with too much to lose. Isn’t it plain as the nose on your face??

        • Night Owl May 16, 2022 at 6:33 am #

          My point is that wokeism is not real. It is astroturfed by Open Society and related organizations connected with the 2030 agenda. Operations like Netfilx are part of the cultural assault apparatus. Here in Europe they use stuff like Eurovision.

          Check out who Netflix’s key investors are. Obama is one, and has probably done more to promote division and hatred in the US than any other major political figure in US history.

          Recall also that one of his final acts in office was to legalize domestic propaganda, paving the way for “news” and media organizations to print whatever they like, with no accountability whatsoever.

  35. redrock May 13, 2022 at 1:51 pm #

    f n u wun 2 d stroy a cuntry sin m 100,000 of hour n er cty blacks. dat out 2 dew it.

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    • 100th Avatar May 13, 2022 at 3:14 pm #

      or 1 impossibly white Joe Biden

      people ’round here like to shoot low, they can’t even look up let alone shoot up

  36. DonQot May 13, 2022 at 2:25 pm #

    “Nigga, please”…. LMFAO!!! Jim you’ve got the best sence of humor! Cracks my shit up! lol

    • JTinMD May 14, 2022 at 10:33 am #

      I had to look up the reference and saw Chappelle’s skit for the first time. Hilarious! Had a number of deep belly laughs and guffaws. 😉

  37. PeteAtomic May 13, 2022 at 2:33 pm #

    It’s a good time to prepare if you haven’t started. Start by buying more food, even if its 25 dollars extra at a time. You can still find affordable canned and bagged food from different sources. It’ll be difficult to say how long that will last, however. By this Fall, it may be a totally different environment.

    Get a garden going this summer, or join a grower’s collective where you can buy shares of vegetables.

    Talk to your neighbors. Start to network with people. Find out who is mechanical.

    Think about Plan B or Plan C. Do you have a back up to your furnace? Do you have extra parts for it? Or your water system?

    Overall, try to put your antennae up out there.

    Different regions of the country will have different challenges or problems.

    • JTinMD May 14, 2022 at 10:34 am #

      buy gold, silver and lead

  38. 100th Avatar May 13, 2022 at 3:26 pm #

    The host details the companies and politicians making money from war and disease.

    The people “allegedly”using war and disease to consolidate power and influence.
    To strip away sovereignty from countries and its citizens.

    And who do the morons blame: poor people and brown people.
    White trash is never going to change. You can’t solve for stupid.

    And yet they truly wonder why an “elite” would want to rid themselves of such imbeciles? Even if… my goodness, they’re “white”.


    I say more power to them.

    • Alzaebo May 13, 2022 at 4:33 pm #

      Plenty of brown and olive people coming in to save you, Avatar. And black people to rule your cities wisely.

      They will love you and embrace you as a brother! They will treat your children the same as they would treat their own! They will invite you to all their celebrations!

      Why, that’s what you would do, right.
      That’s what white people do.
      And since we’re all children of the same supreme Jewish god, why, they are and will feel and will act exactly- EXACTLY- as you would.

      Even collectively. All groups act exactly the same. Yes? Right?

    • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 5:13 pm #

      Avatar is an oracle, an actual mouthpiece of the evil elite.

      • 100th Avatar May 13, 2022 at 11:51 pm #

        You’re wrong

        An oracle is not a mouthpiece

        An oracle is the


        • Jarek May 14, 2022 at 1:19 am #

          No, a diviner is like a tarot or crystal ball reader. You are the new Gorthaur, Mouth of Sauron. Kdog was the previous one.

    • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 7:48 pm #

      What a shitty thing to write.

  39. Roundball Shaman May 13, 2022 at 3:34 pm #

    “… they are producing a grand opera of distraction to direct the American public’s attention from the sinking of our own ship-of-state in the waters of Babylon… water is streaming in below-decks…”

    “No baby formula for you, non-aborted birthing persons of America!”

    This is more than just the lack of supply of a vital product. It is symbolic of something much bigger: No baby formula because… no need for ‘baby’ because… baby and YOU don’t have a future on this Planet anymore. Thus it has been declared in a perverse gospel of death by the Great Dark Side Predator Vulture Class. This is how They feel about us. This is how They ALWAYS feel about us. And soon… so They hope… They won’t have to ever think about us at all. Problem solved forever.

    These Times are a massive sociological/political/spiritual test and experiment: ‘How much crap will people take… How much can ‘We’ keep doing to Them and get away with?… Will People ever reach a limit… And if They do, will They just quietly wither and die or do They finally react and in what form?’

    And They have provided plans and contingencies for all possible outcomes to those question. These are the gods among us, you know.

    History and legacies are being written right now. The future of the Planet is at stake. The lives of countless innocents that hope to be born is being decided right now whether they will have lives worth living… or will life on this Planet be nothing but a slavery hell-hole for those lost souls who might still remain?

    And as those answers are being decided right now… over half the World’s population doesn’t even know this epic battle for The Ages is even going on.

    How can you win a game if over half of your ‘teammates’ aren’t even involved in the game and don’t even know what is at stake? And of those folks who ARE aware… how many left have the will and stamina and skills to do something about it? Is weariness setting in?
    Getting tired of the Fight? Like a spirited horse that gets broken and tame and compliant and just hopes to munch on a few cold oats at the end of the day?

    Do we have a Future? Or will one day soon, great big letters will appear above our heads in the sky that read… ‘GAME OVER!’

    And No More Oats for you and yours?

    • Jarek May 14, 2022 at 1:32 am #

      Yes, well said. The Formula meant for the illegals should be seized by the States on behalf of the People.

      • Not_GeorgeT May 14, 2022 at 11:20 pm #

        Now there’s an idea.

        It would, of course, have bad tv optics.

        This I sense from what I’ve read.

        For me, tv is an extremely limited engagement endeavor.

  40. notbob May 13, 2022 at 3:49 pm #

    Hey Jim, good post today as per usual. Just wondering, how much work is involved with keeping chickens? I read an informative book on the subject called City Chicks but would like to get your take on how much time is involved.

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    • cowbell81 May 13, 2022 at 3:58 pm #

      Can’t speak from personal experience, but I imagine it should be relatively easy. I am sure there will be health challenges with some of the chickens, like you experience on a farm with any livestock. Just go to the local Tractor Supply and get the necessary medicines, protein packed chicken feed, etc. Perhaps the biggest challenge will be constructing a proper home for the chickens, with adequate roosting space and grazing area. Keep the roosters separate from the hens because they can occasionally get very territorial and violent.

      • Islander May 13, 2022 at 5:38 pm #

        Yes, you need the space. That is the meaning of “free range.”
        Best is a movable cage type of thing so that the chicken droppings can fertilize different areas of your field.

        But beware of common predators of chickens, among them skunks, raccoons, and hawks.

      • White German Shepherd May 14, 2022 at 5:29 pm #

        Chickens are easy. They are a good source of eggs. Each hen will lay about two eggs every three days. Get at least two hens so they don’t die of loneliness. A rooster is not needed and they are noisy.

        Raise rabbits for meat. They grow more meat faster on less feed than a chicken. The flavor is good, meaty without that “chicken” flavor. They are quiet and not too stinky.

        • Not_GeorgeT May 14, 2022 at 11:30 pm #

          Chickens are rather easy if done with a little planning so maintaining them fits your schedule instead of running your schedule. The eggs will last a while if left at room temp.

          The rooster can be useful. Finding a good one is the difficult part. A rooster who mostly makes noise only when necessary, such as sounds which inform the hens of impending danger, is worth having.

          Rabbits are, as noted, a good alternative.

    • Anthea May 14, 2022 at 1:28 am #

      Chickens aren’t much trouble to care for. Let them out in the morning and feed them (and collect the eggs). They will go into the coop by themselves around dusk. Shut the door to keep out predators.

      I had a lot of trouble with predators when I was free-ranging my chickens and my previous house. No problems for the first year, but chickens will eventually attract predators, even if you have none to start with. Your best bet for protecting chickens from predators, aside from a secure chicken coop, is a good dog. If you can obtain such a dog, he/she will also kill all the rabbits that are eating your garden and protect your goats from the coyotes. Unfortunately, few dogs fit this bill. My daughter and son-in-law who live next door had such a dog (part Great Pyr and part Akbash), but he died last summer.

      My present dog is a sweet, lovable creature, but he is strangely indifferent to all intruders but the UPS man.

      But I have decided to get a gun and learn how to shoot it. I see baby rabbits all over the place. (Not good, if you have a garden.) There is also a neighbor dog that has stolen at least one chicken–as shown by another neighbor’s trail cam–and probably several. I have been told that if you fire a shot or two over his head he won’t come back.

      But chickens are scarcely any trouble at all, if you can get control of the predator problem. Ducks are also really delightful–much cuter than chickens, and their eggs are esteemed for baking. And if you want to fuck with people, get a couple of geese. They are the equivalent of junk yard dogs.

      • BackRowHeckler May 14, 2022 at 6:36 am #

        Anthea, get yourself a standard Mossberg 500 shotgun. They don’t cost a lot and will last 5 lifetimes. They are modular; many different accessories are available for different applications i.e. chokes, barrels, different size shot, slugs buckshot. But just out of the box with the 26″ barrel with a ventilated rib and 3 included chokes and a few boxes of #4, 5 or 6 shot will be pretty much all you’ll ever need to deal with any problems that might arise around the homestead.

        • Anthea May 14, 2022 at 4:35 pm #

          @ BackRowHeckler:

          I was wanting more of a multi-purpose item–something I could hunt deer with, for example. Or, more accurately, something my daughter or son-in-law could hunt deer with. I would have to shoot them from the porch. Which is a definite possibility, since I see them often, about 50 feet from the porch.

          I’m also a little afraid of the recoil of a shotgun, as I’m getting up in years.

          I have my eye on an AR-15.

          My son-in-law has a shotgun. (I don’t know what kind.) My daughter has a handgun. She got spooked a couple of times by strange noises in the brush and trees while doing chores after dark and before her husband started working from home she was alone here.

          • Not_GeorgeT May 14, 2022 at 11:56 pm #

            The Mossberg is modular, as noted. Pump action vs semi-auto, not a lot of moving parts and rather easy to clear if a shell misfeeds. Some states are “shotgun states” regarding deer hunting. No bolt or semi-auto rifles allowed. They will function well.

            The AR 15 is insufficient for deer hunting, thus deemed illegal is most states which allow semi auto hunting rifles.

            Recoil? A 20 gauge slug will take a deer. It will also work for upland game, also noted previously. It doesn’t have to be a 12 gauge. The 20 gauge can work for rabbits without vaporizing them. Ever consider a .22 caliber rifle for the rabbits?

            There are low-recoil shot shells readily available in both 12 & 20 gauge.

            I would suggest buying inert shot shells to practice managing a shotgun. They need constant feeding if to be used as a defensive tool. Make it a muscle memory thing.

            It is a tool. Making a choice involves having the best tool for the particular task.

            Hope my and BRH’s comments are helpful.

        • Anthea May 14, 2022 at 4:40 pm #

          My Facebook friends are starting to tell me how tasty fried rabbit and rabbit stew is. One of my high school friends recently told me about shooting her first squirrel when she was eleven–with a shotgun. She says her family ate rabbits and squirrels all the time when she was growing up. I was not so fortunate.

      • BackRowHeckler May 14, 2022 at 6:38 am #

        You can get the Youth Model 505 (a little bit cut down, and in 20 guage) for about $375 the last I checked.

    • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 7:51 pm #

      I did country chicks for 20 years. I hesitate to try city chickens until I’m desperate, because chicken husbandry is far more difficult if they must be confined, and if they have no rooster to help keep them safe.

    • Jimpa May 15, 2022 at 9:38 am #

      A movable coop is good. Chickens shit A LOT, but we enjoy them. Ours are named and more like pets. Check out the Egglu coop. Though some of the welds are bad on ours.

  41. danallen May 13, 2022 at 5:08 pm #

    Hey Jim. I think you’re missing the level above Gates, Schwab, etc, which is the REALLY rich folks like the Rockefellers & such. They’re in the back pulling the strings & the ‘wacky’ billionaires are just front men.

    See Iain Davis’ work on the real power structure of the world & why they’re dismantling the West. Its


    See also James Corbett’s work on this front with his ‘big oil’ documentaries. Corbettreport dot com

    Follow the money, man — take care, Dan

    • Night Owl May 13, 2022 at 5:24 pm #

      The level above hardly matters. WEF is the public face of those who control most of the money, food, electricity and water in the world at this point.

      Corbett is good, but the best source is the Corona-Ausschuss, a group of lawyers in Germany who has interviewed most of the leading canaries in the coal mine with regard to the Great Reset and Agenda 2030.

      Their collection of sessions on the CA website, along with Fuellmich’s Grand Jury sessions constitute a body of work that would leave even the lowest of IQ with a good understanding of what is going on.

      Whether one takes the time to look at and understand said materials is another question entirely.

      • Night Owl May 13, 2022 at 5:26 pm #

        Also, it isn’t about money. It is about the creation of a control structure unlike anything the world has ever seen.

        Klaus Schwab, Mark Benioff, etc., have more fucking money than they could even spend.

        • Anthea May 14, 2022 at 1:33 am #

          Which makes it seem like the motivation can only be diabolical. I don’t think I’m being to hasty here.

    • Anon1970 May 14, 2022 at 3:51 pm #

      The last Rockefeller dropped off the Forbes 400 list in 2017 when David died at age 101 or 102. There are undoubtedly a lot of rich Rockefellers but they are not billionaires.

  42. Night Owl May 13, 2022 at 5:18 pm #

    “A more preposterous idea I have not heard in all my born days. And yet […]”

    And yet that is exactly what is going on. I’ve said my part on this many times here. Governments and institutions around the world are infiltrated.

    There white papers, documents used for wargames based on Davos plans, and far more that have been posted here again and again.

    If the evidence were any more overwhelming for the Great Reset and the Build Back Better plan for a global digital panopticon, then I don’t even know what that would look like.

    Because they are rubbing it in our fucking faces at this point.


    • Sean Coleman May 13, 2022 at 6:20 pm #

      It is very interesting why they do it so openly, although there are limits, for example taking down lists of young global leaders from the WEF website.

      One explanation I have heard is that they just cannot resist boasting about it.

      Another explanation could be that they do not really care if people know because there is nothing they can do about it. It would only take a short sharp media campaigin to explain even the craziest thing.

      Another explanatoin I heard just the othe rday is that it is ‘karmic’ (whatever the hell that means), I think it is along the lines that they have to give people a chance. If they ignore the fine print and swallow it then they (the criminals) cannot beheld to account.

      As people here are aware, I come at this from the mass pscyhology angle, the madness of crowds and the conviction (which is widely accepted now although nobody expressed an interest in it when I used to go on about it here, and elsewhere, at lenght), the conviction that athe world is in the grip of an ever deepening sprial of collective fantasy, And in a fantasy you cannot think straight and do not consider the consquences of your actions just like when you are blind drunk. This is why the evidence in moral panics is always barely hidden (I always had the image of a corpse buried under a quarter inch of light, reddish, sandy soil), and as in the case of Savile ‘Hidden In Plain Sight’.

      But there is something about the third option I give above, something about having to inform people about what you are going to do to them, as if it were some legal formality that has to be There is a deeply strnage, dark quality to this that I had not suspected before, apocalyptic. I had wrongly assumed that you could not get any worse than the world losing its mind.

      I was trying to remember, for my first paragraph, the name of the American doctor who has campaigned against the US equivalent of MIdazloam, which is used to ‘treat’ ‘Covid’ patients. I do little more than try to learn about all this and remember the names and yet they still do not stick in my mind. Even so, most people cannot remember what happened the day before yesterday.

      • Night Owl May 13, 2022 at 6:31 pm #

        “Another explanation could be that they do not really care if people know because there is nothing they can do about it.”

        There is plenty we can do about it. Yuval Harari, Schwab’s psychopathic right-hand man, and one of the most sickening fucks I have ever listented to, talked openly about it in an interview.

        hat is why they have been hiding these networks and cloaking their intentions by adopting the phony corporate green/equity/inclusivity agenda.

        Even here on CFN we see that some can only begin to begrudgingly accept it. The plan is rather genius, in that even if some people see it, they can’t bear the social shame of going up against the McMedia and the associated social pressure of being labeled a conspiracy theorist.

        And the march to 2030 continues.

        • Sean Coleman May 13, 2022 at 6:44 pm #

          So are they hiding it or is it in your face? Which one then as you have said both? John Waters wrote something parallel last year where (from memory) he said that they were fieindishly clever and only a few sentence away from that said that they were idiots (or something like that). I pointed this out to him and said (diplomatically but truthfully) that I agreed with both propositions.

          As for Harari, i first heard about him from a Greek vlogger who was reviewing a recent book called Human Kind but a Dutch historian calle Rudger something or other. He got the story about the prison experiment from the book and that is where I got it. ‘Rudger’ apparnelty caused a storm int he social media by criticizing hte Davos crowd in Davos (in 2019 I think) for not paying their taxes. He had been invivted there (according to Vasilis the Greek) because he had been writing in favour of UBI. He said the rich should pay their taxes. Of course neither Rudger or Vasilis get it. And Harari had reviewed the book favourably. Vasilis thinks Harari is wonderful.

          • spaingaroo May 13, 2022 at 7:38 pm #

            book is called Sapiens, and the second one is called Homo Deus.
            I have them but only read a bit of sapiens, which is sort of a history of the species until now, homo deus being the future history
            Made my skin crawl

          • Night Owl May 14, 2022 at 3:59 am #

            For the past few years it has been in your face. For the past few months, I would say only the densest of the dense would still appear to be in the dark.

          • Sean Coleman May 14, 2022 at 4:12 pm #

            Spaingaroo, does Harari argue in one of them that agriculture is the greatest fraud of all and hould never have been invented?

        • Sean Coleman May 13, 2022 at 6:49 pm #

          Just to clarify. when I wrote “because there is nothing they can do about it” I was of course referring to what they believe not what I do. I believe there is a term for it in literature, to give the character’s point of view rather than the all-seeing narrator’s. in the town of Killarney I think I was practically the only man who actually did do anything.

          • Night Owl May 14, 2022 at 4:02 am #

            Yeah, and Harari discussed that specifically in the interview I mentioned. The idea that if people understood what was happening, then the WEFers would face a level of resistance that would be impossible to overcome, due to the sheer numbers of the resistance.

      • Sean Coleman May 13, 2022 at 6:33 pm #

        He was on the Ausschuss last year and descrebed how the results of the trials for the drug were freely available on the CDC website even though they showed it killed an alarmingly high percentage of the subjects. It makes no sense. Why on earth did they make it public? And why did nobody, literally nobody untiol he came along, ever think of checking it?

        And that, finally, reminds me of the Stanford Prison Experiment from August 1971. Remember., this was the experment the student pretend prison warders became sadists simply thhrough wearing a uniform. A Fremcj sociologist and film maker, Thibai;t Le Tessier (? another name), flew out to California in 2018 and studied the case. Teh first shock he got was that he was the first person to ever think of looking at Zimbardo’s papers. The second shock was what he found. Far from getting carried away the prison guards had been intesively coached to behave sadistically and a list had been drawn up inlcuding forcing the the prisoners to stand up naked for 15 mins at a time to humiliate them as punishment, waking them up twice in the middle of the night, solitary confinement. The aim of the experiment (apparently) had been to see how the prisoners would react in conditions of intense pressure, where they had been robbed of their individuality. In other words, the experiment was about the prisoners, not the guards. And it seems to me it was a precursor of what has been done to the whole world over the past two years.

        • MaryQueen May 14, 2022 at 5:47 pm #

          The PTB just adapted the MKUltra program they’ve used on people for decades to the entire western world. Gaslighting, torture, squeeze and release, psyops, punishment/reward, etc.

          • Sean Coleman May 14, 2022 at 7:05 pm #

            I just remembered his name: Dr Bryan Ardis and he did the first research into Rendesivir (however you spell that).

      • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 8:03 pm #

        A helpful terms: Fait Accompli. A terror attack, a psychological blitzkrieg or lightening war. When the dust cleared, most of the Western World was on board, having injected the system into their bodies. From that point on, the victims would be the point men on the attack looking for more victims – and defending their conquerors and captors.

        • JTinMD May 14, 2022 at 10:53 am #

          And now, here comes hepatitus for the toddlers. WTAF!!!

        • JTinMD May 14, 2022 at 10:54 am #

          hepatitis, of course — Q, where are you?

  43. Islander May 13, 2022 at 5:31 pm #

    “There is further suggestion that all this mischief is at the behest of larval would-be World Fuhrer Klaus Schwab. A more preposterous idea I have not heard in all my born days. And yet what else accounts in country after country for the bizarre super-coordination of insults to the world population ”

    With all due respect to our host, it is not at all a “preposterous” idea. He may still be wandering in the Bond-land, but I fear that he has perhaps never stopped to think about how cadres are developed, and how they function.

    Adolf Hitler was also a “preposterous,” a wholly unlikely little fellow as candidate for fuehrer. But it turned out that he was a little fanatic with a clear vision of how to create a leadership cadre and how to position the cadre people to take control of a population and nation. Basically as enforcers to make sure that there were no “malingers” when it came to following the “laws” that were quickly passed to underpin the system. It’s called Gleichschaltung. It really doesn’t matter how “preposterous” Schwab, Gates, or anyone looks. What matters is to understand how they have built up an organization that places cadres in leadership positions while staying under the radar of both the public and leading cultural and political analysts.

    Mussolini was the first Fascist, but he didn’t have the organizational understanding of Hitler to become First Fuehrer. Or possibly Klaus Schwab. Don’t forget, too, that Schwab has the services of the biggest international management consultants, McKinsey and Co., to draw on in his “reorganization” program of the world. In Britain, McKinsey headed up projects to reorganize British Rail, the PO, and many other government agencies. This is their bread and butter.

    “Who are McKinsey biggest clients?
    The clients are often leading businesses (e.g., Fortune 1,000 companies like Coca-Cola and Microsoft), investors (e.g., Private Equity firms like KKR), governments (e.g., US Dept. of Energy) and nonprofits (e.g., Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation).”

    Note public sector entities and international NGOs.

    .Why not do the same on an international scale adn within international supposedly public sector entities such as the WHO? McKinsey is deeply implicated in the WEF program, also I bet in setting it up. I have no doubt that the organization of the Nazi Party is a major case study in the McKinsey university.

    Just Google “McKinsey and WEF.” Lots of hits.

    NB: “The [McKinsey] Global Lighthouse Network is a World Economic Forum initiative in collaboration with McKinsey & Company. It examines the future of operations and considers how Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies are shaping production.”

    See also:

    Some of the Nazis were full of hocus-pocus, like some aspects of the WEF. It is a major fail to let oneself be distracted by such decorative manchettes. What counts is what people do, not what they look like or their frilly mumbo-jumbo. What is obvious to those who look is that the WEF has succeeded in placing cadres in leadership roles all over the globe, and, thus, in coordinating pivotal policy areas on the international level.

    • Islander May 13, 2022 at 5:33 pm #

      Make that “malingerERS.”

      • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 5:44 pm #

        Definition: Those who linger in a bad way. Not working when they should or perhaps lurking outside in the dark, waiting for prey.

    • Islander May 13, 2022 at 5:35 pm #

      Hey, Night Owl, I had not seen yours when I wrote mine.

      But what does “Bueller” mean?

    • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 5:50 pm #

      Quite so. Nina Jankowicz is silly and grotesque. That doesn’t mean she’s not capable, dangerous, and as serious as a heart attack about the agenda.

      • Blackbird May 13, 2022 at 11:13 pm #

        Nina put the jank in janky.

        • Shoplet™ May 15, 2022 at 5:56 pm #

          Janky wits.

    • Night Owl May 13, 2022 at 6:01 pm #

      The Fourth Industrial Revolution is the Davos Great Reset.

      Worth pointing out, since so many seem entirely unable to connect the two.

    • Islander May 13, 2022 at 11:27 pm #

      BTW, how 2,000 adminstrators of the British East India Company controlled all of India, by the fantastic William Dalrlymple:


      At ca. 57:00.

  44. MaryQueen May 13, 2022 at 5:43 pm #

    Thanks for today’s article, James. It’s a good one.

    When will people say ‘no more’? I’m increasingly inclined to say ‘never’ or perhaps when they are near death’s door from starvation. Lots of proof even up here among the CFNers that still live in The Truman Show and adhere to and egg on and support the machine that is crushing them. Of course, not to be too critical, we all still depend on the system for most things, so it’s not as if we can avoid it. Still, avoiding what we can would be a good start – and I don’t see people ready to do that just yet.

    The baby formula thing is downright disgusting. Not just the dearth of available formula, but the deathcare industry’s push toward convincing women not to breastfeed, which really took off in the 1960s (if not before). In yet another mass programming event which has gone on for decades now, women came to believe that their infants needed formula, not breast milk. How did they pull this off? Same way they pull off every psyops they have.

    Hospitals and big pharma are evil parasites.

    • Islander May 13, 2022 at 6:00 pm #

      “The baby formula thing is downright disgusting. Not just the dearth of available formula, but the deathcare industry’s push toward convincing women not to breastfeed, which really took off in the 1960s (if not before). In yet another mass programming event which has gone on for decades now, women came to believe that their infants needed formula, not breast milk. ”

      Right on!
      IMO the real scandal is the cascade of learned helplessness that lies behind this new “crisis” (and props up the baby formula industry).

      Remember the scandals surrounding the Nestle company and its activities in Africa?

      What Nestle did in Africa they had already done in the West, at least in the USA to convince women that they were deficient in the nurturing and care of their own infants:

      ## Creating a need where none existed.
      ##Convincing consumers the products were indispensable.
      ##Linking products with the most desirable and unattainable concepts—then giving a sample.

      Read in full:

      Even in cases where a mother genuinely cannot breastfeed, infant formula can be made at home. Without the GMO soy, sugar, seed oils, etc. that are prime ingredients of industrial infant formula.

      First corporations told women they, the corporations and “science” knew better how to feed infants. Now they are saying they know better how to conceive and gestate an infant.

      The “crisis” provides a great locus to start saying NO to these swine.
      NO to replacement of humans by a manufactured GLOOP.

      • Night Owl May 13, 2022 at 6:26 pm #

        Nestle also privatized water in South America.

        • Night Owl May 13, 2022 at 6:26 pm #

          And in at least one country had the government declare the gathering of rainwater illegal.

          • elysianfield May 13, 2022 at 6:44 pm #

            Oregon has the same law.

            If the law says that, then the law is an ass…..

          • Islander May 13, 2022 at 7:09 pm #

            I think they did this in Colorado, too—make it illegal to collect rainwater that falls on own land.
            WTF? Not sure where this stands.

            Here is a graphic:


          • JohnAZ May 14, 2022 at 10:04 am #

            Probably due to run off obligations the states have, the Colorado River is obligated from its source to the Gulf of California if it ever makes it there.

            You are going to see lots of water restricting of all types in the future.

            Biggest hazard and number one on the Oh shit list is the first folks to be water restricted will be agriculture. Will we have to import more groceries?

            To all the Liberal folks that think we need more population here, what is the end goal?

            Coast to coast urban development with deserts being used for energy generation. Will everything be imported?

          • Shoplet™ May 15, 2022 at 6:01 pm #

            People are all bothered by this sort of thing but if you see the world in part through an anarchist lens, then it’s as plain as day and was already right there in front of you.

            Just change your eyeglasses/spectacles!

            Do it! Wake up! As they say.

          • Redneck Liberal May 15, 2022 at 8:23 pm #

            I believe you’ll find that was Bechtel, not Nestle…but such details don’t matter, huh.

        • Not_GeorgeT May 15, 2022 at 12:42 am #

          I’d need to search for a citation, but Nestle, through various organizations, controls most of the drinking and irrigating water on the planet.

      • JTinMD May 14, 2022 at 11:06 am #

        No “formula” available? I’ve been told that, as nursing infants, Mom fed my sibs and me on Carnation evaporated/condensed milk with a bit of Karo syrup. I am 6’1″ tall (tallest of the nine kids she produced). I’m sure I could have been a 6’9″ NBA power forward if only we’d had some “formula” instead.

        • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 8:12 pm #

          That’s what Mom fed 3 of us 4 kids, breastfeeding only my premature sister because Mom was a Great Depression-era farm girl at heart. Evaporated milk, water, Karo light syrup, and some vitamin drops. We were all healthy kids.

          If the baby can not tolerate cow’s milk (and many can not), goat’s milk will serve.

          • Not_GeorgeT May 15, 2022 at 12:50 am #

            I recall my parents making formula for my younger siblings.

            The hospitals receive huge supplies of baby formula to give away to the parents of new-borns. They also have disposable diapers in huge quantities to give away.

            Opioid dealers give samples to prospective customers.

            It’s about building a market and capturing market share.

      • MaryQueen May 14, 2022 at 5:50 pm #

        Yes, I remember Nestle, from the 1980s. That’s why I’ve boycotted them since then. I like your term, “learned helplessness” – that seems to be afflicting just about everyone. We need Superman or Spiderman to come save us. Ridiculous and pathetic.

        As always with a formula shortage, it will be the poorest women and babies who pay the price.

    • Amman May 13, 2022 at 9:24 pm #

      I like Gottruths ideas on the situation. If there was a successful model on what to do, you won’t hear about it on the boob tube.

    • JohnAZ May 14, 2022 at 10:13 am #

      People will say “no more” only when they are given an alternative in their gimme state.

      Mary, this country is now a gimme state or at least close to it.

      Every immigrant or indoctrinated AKA stupidified college grad adds one more to the gimme domain.

      All due to persistence from the Left.

      No longer just college, leftist propaganda extends back to kindergarten.

      The border? Well, the non-border.

      • Not_GeorgeT May 15, 2022 at 12:56 am #

        Maybe, possibly the idea of substituting fear of totalitarian government for fear of ‘the virus’ as described by Mattias Desmet.

        Or, it’s not possible to infinitely expand the currency supply to support the gimme state.

        Eventually currency will run out, likely being so inflated as to be worthless.

  45. Jarek May 13, 2022 at 5:47 pm #

    I’ve asked for a definition of racist. Finally one, Ibrahim Kendi, has answered:

    A “racist is one who is supporting a racist policy through their action or inaction or expressing a racist idea.”

    Jarek: He has failed in his definition. Who can tell me why?

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    • elysianfield May 13, 2022 at 6:39 pm #

      Because the fool attemted to define a term by using the same term as a probative argument.

      • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 8:15 pm #

        There’s that, plus he damned both the actors and the slackers.

    • elysianfield May 13, 2022 at 6:43 pm #

      “I’ve asked for a definition of racist”

      A person who will impugne, or treat another person differently due to preconceived beliefs.

      Jarek, You know…by failing to use qualifyers….

      • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 8:06 pm #

        To complete, “based on skin color”. So by that definition, our whole new system is racist since it treats Blacks better than Whites.

        • elysianfield May 13, 2022 at 11:54 pm #

          At the moment, this is correct. At some point, perhaps soon, the paradigm will change and the useful idiots will no longer be useful….

    • MaryQueen May 14, 2022 at 5:52 pm #

      He used the same word for the definition as the word he’s defining.

  46. Sean Coleman May 13, 2022 at 6:58 pm #

    I did my first bit of ’emergency shopping’ yesterday when I got home and my wife was out. I did the scecond bit this evening. Pasta, rice, tuna, sardines, salt, some tinned vegetables, honey and peanut butter. And cooking oil and matches. Things that should last a couple of years. You cross the Rubicon when you do it as you can noloneger put off into some vague future the proepect of it all crashing down. Even if it does not happen it might save a bit of money as prices continue to rise. I had been listening to the story of Noah on a Polish evangelical YT channel. Any suggestions about what else it is worth buying. I do not know about water.

    My wife said I had done this before, about 13 years ago, when I moved our money out of the main Irish bank (AIB) just a few days ahead of the crash. See? she said. You got carried away then too. Well, not really, I replied. The banks all failed and we would have lost it all had not the Irish governmente bailed them out.

    • Jarek May 13, 2022 at 8:09 pm #

      Watch the Irish movie, The Survivalist, and the other one he made too.

      • Sean Coleman May 14, 2022 at 3:56 pm #

        I have not watched a film rfor years and expect I never will again.

    • Amman May 13, 2022 at 8:31 pm #

      There is so much lunacy in the news and in politics it would be unwise not to take some sort of insurance i.e. protective measures.

      • Sean Coleman May 14, 2022 at 4:04 pm #

        Ireland is more iinsane than anywhere. They have undertaken to take in 200k Ukranian ‘refugees’ and I heard a week ago that 26k had already arrived. As I had guressed many are no more Ukraniamn than I am but the usual mix of Asians and Africans. it will be illegal to buy or sell turf from September. Turf! In Ireland! New houses cannot have chimneys. It is not that they are specifically illegal, only that it is practically i8mpossible to meet ‘energy targets’ if you have a chimney. By the way, it is clear that the idea with the refugees is to provoke a ‘humanitarian crisis’ in order to weaken property right; the Justice Minister recently said that she hoped that it will not be necessary to seize people’s property or force themm to take in refugees in their own homes. This is called ‘flying a kite’. People here something like this and then tune into the next news broadcst and there is no mention of it, so they reason that perhaps they misheard it earlier, or it does not really matter or that it never happened.

        • MaryQueen May 14, 2022 at 5:54 pm #

          Over 2 years ago, I was working on my dual citizenship with Ireland. Not any more. I don’t see the point.

        • Amman May 14, 2022 at 7:32 pm #

          Call it slitting one’s throat in the holiest of holy name of ‘we care for refugees.’

          • workingclasshero May 14, 2022 at 11:32 pm #

            Sinn Fein is falling all over themselves to be hardcore Scandinavian Social Democrat Progressive and import as many Arabs and sub-Saharan Africans as it can allow. White western Europe has a demographic zombie death wish as advertised.

    • Blackbird May 13, 2022 at 11:29 pm #

      Once you have a two-year supply (of things that last two-years or more) don’t let it sit. Rotate your stock. Buy a new can, eat the oldest can.

      I built up my stockpile slowly: buy 2, eat 1, store 1.
      When the oldest cans started nearing their expiration date, the stash building ended and the stash rotating began.

      Gives ya a couple years to learn to grow your own food, or come to terms with becoming a brigand.

      • R banjo May 14, 2022 at 10:52 am #

        Great comment and a very common sense approach. Blackbird. I have a year or more supply and one needs to rotate or give away at least.

        I have been gardening for 3 years.
        The first year was magic and it did very well,

        The 2nd year not so much as I lost a little interest in the choices and flavors of some of the homegrown stuff.

        Last year was a heat wave and nothing came up. Not until winter.

        I covered everything with visqueen or plastic and it thrived in the hot house all winter.
        Even buried in the snow.

        Potatoes and leafy greens of all kinds, onions and carrots.
        One has to get used to the flavors, nothing taste’s like store bought, something to do with sugar content.

        I’m personally getting fresh ideas from Dr Tom Cowan, he has a bitchute channel and gives lots of helpful tips on the future of new reset or what ever you want to call it.

        He and his family lives up Kunstler way in upstate. New York.

        It takes a lot of time to connect with local food folks and there is some hope in that.
        Some of his zoom call stuff is real helpful.
        As a side note…
        Kesa Anne I look for you and what you, “have to say!”
        OG Hawkins where are you? Today?
        And Mary Q, I fell in love with you.

        • Sean Coleman May 14, 2022 at 3:51 pm #

          i subscribe to his Bitchut channel too. I got interested in Stefan Lanka’s stuff about viruses, and Kaufman’s. Cowan had someone on recently who said he had cured himself of asthma by natural remedies. My son has asthma and does not look like he will grow out of it (he is 21) and I must follow up on what there is, especially as the inhalors may not be always available to all or any of us in the future.

          • Not_GeorgeT May 15, 2022 at 1:25 am #

            Research the expiration dates which are 2 years from date of manufacture vs the actual shelf life. Some meds last for decades.

            There’s more $ to be made in tossing meds after 2 years and buying more instead of realistic shelf life and storage recommendations extending the useful life of the med out possibly past a decade or a few.

            The expiration date is more a mechanism to increase profits and decrease litigation.

            Inhalers are usually in sealed containers which makes for a long shelf life.

            Some meds do have a short shelf life and require more specific storage methods.

            Do your own research, pay attention to the wording of the ‘package insert’. It can be a tool for providers. It is a tool approved for publication by the legal department.

        • MaryQueen May 14, 2022 at 5:55 pm #


        • Amman May 14, 2022 at 7:33 pm #

          OG was a stand-up guy.

      • Sean Coleman May 14, 2022 at 3:54 pm #

        I am getting my brother in law to show me how to grow potatoes in a small patach aat the bottom of the garden. It will not be enough to feed us for more than a few days but it will at least give me an idea of how it is done and (I hope) provide some seed for future years. Rabbits get into the garden but I think potatoes should be safe from them, or at least I hope so.

        • MaryQueen May 14, 2022 at 5:56 pm #

          You can grow potatoes in bags! There are special bags made just for it at any garden site online, they’re like $8 to $14 each at least last year when I bought mine.

        • Blackbird May 14, 2022 at 9:02 pm #

          Rabbits – bunnies actually – ate my tomatoes, eggplants, and pepper seedlings last year. They will eat your potatoes if the plants are small enough. I had to add a layer of chicken wire to the bottom of the existing deer fence.

          • Not_GeorgeT May 15, 2022 at 7:03 am #

            I have raised beds. Last year I wove twine across the susceptible areas. This year I’m going for the chicken wire or something similar to cover the beds. Small sections so I can access the plants. Possibly I’ll build the wire into framed sections, which would put me one step closer to adding plexiglass covers for winter gardening.

  47. Gypsy May 13, 2022 at 7:18 pm #

    Wow James. Your brief blip of honest, down in The Hood “parlance” gave me a glimpse of what a Street Academy must sound like in Upstate New York.

    There is a future vision, that began a long time ago, along this path of revolution. You may have to “dust off” a leader who’s constituency was “the desperate, the damned, the disinherited, the disrespected and the despised.” Remember this James ? I remember watching it happen:


    About 27 minutes in we learn a little about a prayer. I was so moved by that speech that it brought tears to my eyes. I don’t see any leaders like this any more.

    Getting back to you: Socrates, a polarizing individual (of the first Street Academy) was put on trial for impiety and corrupting the youth. He was given the Death Sentence and forced to “take the vaccine” ~ as they say. He was about your age.

    At our age, saying “Viva la’ revolucion” seems like the most we can do. Visualizing the moment the Foreign Troops arrive ~ I’d say not lifting a finger to protect “them” will make a big statement at the right time. Thanks for all your work James.

    • Amman May 13, 2022 at 9:26 pm #

      Foreign Troops arrive in America?

      • Not_GeorgeT May 15, 2022 at 7:05 am #


        • Amman May 16, 2022 at 11:09 am #

          Fat chance.

  48. GreenAlba May 13, 2022 at 7:21 pm #

    On the general topic of WEF aspirations, Chile bans discrimination against mutants and genetically altered people.


    • Islander May 13, 2022 at 9:16 pm #

      From the linked story:
      “The technocrats atop the World Economic Forum like Yuval Noah Harari believe themselves to be the new ordained gods, to replace the old ones.”

      Hmm, time to put a bullet into this guy.
      Just an experiment to see whether he is human.

  49. anmariwakaranai May 13, 2022 at 7:33 pm #

    Yo, nigga(s), more like this puleez, (mutants excepted). 🙂

  50. Amman May 13, 2022 at 7:34 pm #

    GotTruth has said it all as far as “oppose, refuse, resist.” Go local, Go independent and Go very Red state.

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    • MaryQueen May 14, 2022 at 5:57 pm #

      Did all that, waiting to see how I fare…

      • Amman May 14, 2022 at 8:01 pm #

        So it’s now a question of how far you’ll win?

  51. trypillian May 13, 2022 at 7:40 pm #

    Speaking of entranced masses the scrunched vacant stares of news reporters pretending to be nice while simultaneously hypnotizing their audience is quite hilarious. Don Lemon’s stare actually looks like he is sucking a lemon, Wolfe Blitzer’s stare actually looks like he’s a truculent werewolf, Anderson Cooper’s perplexed fake expression of sympathetic understanding is beyond belief and Clarissa Ward’s robotic, metronomic divestitures is a piece of work.

    Eric Berne, of transactional analysis fame is to blame. The CIA patsy, whilst part of MK Ultra subversion, which is ongoing by the way, developed mindless interrogation measures within what passes today for conversations. Twenty-four hours a day ‘news’ of continuous hair splitting to the point of vertigo is further evidence of your embedded chicanery. Mr. Berne was subsequently erased, terminated per Agency protocol.

    • MaryQueen May 14, 2022 at 5:58 pm #

      Like I said above, I’ve spotted the pattern of our entire society being MKUltra-ed.

      And yup, the squawking heads are part and parcel of it.

  52. megabeth May 13, 2022 at 8:17 pm #

    “Are there three less charismatic characters in all world history than that above-named trio of human worms?”


    Well, maybe the host of leaders belonging to the flock of UN nations just aboard for quarters and rations–and for kicking the Western giants in the shins, the little pissants.

    • Amman May 14, 2022 at 3:24 am #

      Adhanom was hired just before this thing and travesy called COVID hit and he was not privy to the start of this. He was hired

      • Amman May 14, 2022 at 3:35 am #

        …because he met their qualifications i.e. he would never suspect the monstrous plot and he also would not rock the boat if he began to have suspicions…

  53. tucsonspur May 13, 2022 at 9:30 pm #

    You can find insanity even on Tucker.

    “I see bitcoin as the only hope for a renaissance of the American dream”.

    Tucker looks so incredulous but says, ‘so nicely put’.


    Bits of truth boosting a blast of bitcoin promotion.

    • Islander May 13, 2022 at 9:36 pm #

      Wow, she talks like a pre-programed robot.

      The medium is the message . . .

      Tucker looks perplexed.

      • Islander May 13, 2022 at 9:38 pm #

        Did you catch that little embedded message:

        The govt. started printing money BECAUSE OF covid.

        As we know, the big printing party started in September 2019. Thus, it seems more likely that covid was a result of the printing party, not the other way around. As posited by Patrick Wood . . .

        Could that embedded inversion of reality be the point of her spiel?. . .

        • tucsonspur May 13, 2022 at 10:00 pm #

          I remember a lot going out in 2020 and 2021, I’ll have to check on 2019.

          • Islander May 13, 2022 at 11:31 pm #

            There was a major money crisis in September 2019. I recall it independently—that is, caught my attention on its own at the time, not just on hindsight.
            It had to do with overnight payments of some kind and was a major international monetary crisis. Per Patrick Wood, this crisis probably prompted Event 201 in October and the rollout of the covid op a couple of months later.

            Watch Fuellmich’s Grand Jury Session #5, the Patrick Wood segment.

          • Blackbird May 13, 2022 at 11:54 pm #

            Cadtm.org had an article in October 2019 on the crisis in the repo market and the Fed’s $50 Billion response.

            I read an article – I don’t remember where – that the repo crisis signaled that the bloodletting had begun and the economy needed to be brought down 10 years earlier than originally planned. Thus “Covid”. And now “Ukraine”. Next?

            We’re in, like the first 15 seconds of this rollercoaster ride. We ain’t seen nothin’ yet.

      • tucsonspur May 13, 2022 at 9:51 pm #

        Yeah, a perfect example of ‘rapid-fire delivery’.

    • beantownbill. May 13, 2022 at 11:02 pm #

      Lucky fucker (literally). He was also married to JLo. There must be something attractive about 9” peckers (LOL).

      • beantownbill. May 13, 2022 at 11:02 pm #

        For Q below.

    • JohnAZ May 14, 2022 at 9:53 am #

      Just like the stock market, Bitcoin is worth no more than the faith of people that accept it as money.

      Bitcoin is a few electrons setting a flip flop somewhere.

      • Not_GeorgeT May 15, 2022 at 7:20 am #

        “Bitcoin is a few electrons…”

        Yes. ATo expand on it a little, bitcoin (as a generic for crypto) requires energy to access and use it.

        I try remaining open to new ideas and concepts. I’ve not been sold on the long-term viability of digital currency stored in digital wallets. In addition to the apparent price volatility, it’s still using energy in the present and future. This energy need represents a form of counter-party risk. Currently not able to resolve this conflict in my thinking.

        PM represent energy already expended, with zero counter-party risk.

        • Not_GeorgeT May 15, 2022 at 7:21 am #

          ATo intended to be ‘And to’

        • Mac May 15, 2022 at 2:13 pm #

          The counterparty risk is government confiscation, which has happened before.

  54. Jarek May 13, 2022 at 9:38 pm #


    At last they reveal their game. BRH smiles savagely, satisfied at last. A goon for a goon (I’m sure she’s a very nice girl)! But what about Paula’s notoriously delicate sensibilities?

  55. Q. Shtik May 13, 2022 at 10:44 pm #

    Marc Anthony 53 is engaged to a 23 year old Miss Universe contestant.
    A 30 year gap. Who is stupider, him or her? I’ll give the marriage, if it happens, 18 months.

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    • Blackbird May 14, 2022 at 12:01 am #

      But first, the “if”. I’ll say “no”.

      The “Miss” Universe contest. She can’t be married going in to it.

      She wins – Marc who? She loses – he already got what he wanted. For now both get some (probably needed) publicity.

    • JohnAZ May 14, 2022 at 9:49 am #

      How long before the sex shine wears off, that is how long it will last.

      • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 8:24 pm #

        18 months, tops.

  56. tom clark May 13, 2022 at 11:36 pm #

    A marriage license is a license to rape…any idiot knows that.

    • elysianfield May 13, 2022 at 11:50 pm #

      What an odd comment, considering the Bible says they gotta do it…a lot.

    • Jarek May 14, 2022 at 1:50 pm #

      His therapist (the-rapist) told him that, part of the general mind rape of little tom.

      • Not_GeorgeT May 15, 2022 at 7:24 am #

        A marriage license is a state-sponsored intrusion for financial gain (and an early form of social engineering) into a private contract between two individuals.

        • Redneck Liberal May 15, 2022 at 8:10 pm #

          It used to be that the ‘two individuals’ were the respective fathers of the two who were to marry – a ‘private contract’ indeed.

  57. KesaAnna May 14, 2022 at 12:18 am #

    ” If it aint one thing, it’s 10 things, but it’s always something. The only constant is shit happens. One thing for sure, nobody knows what is going to happen. 130+ million registered gun owners in this country, hell, there were only 50-60 million soldiers fought on both sides in WW2. ”

    If I remember correctly , nine out of ten casualties in WW 2 were civilians.

    Gun control used to be called Imperialism .

    It was how a group of aliens who commonly were less than 2% of the population could treat the 90% who were natives like serfs.

    Last night for some reason I wound up reading about Germany’s first colony ; German Togo.

    Togo was , and is , a small African country . But at its height German Togo had a grand total of 150 Germans in the entire country.

    I’m gonna go ahead and guess that wasn’t even 1% of the population,

    But that’s really just trivial detail.

    Show me ANY country , in ANY era of human history , where the disarmed were the enviable class.

    The gun control pitch has always represented itself as springing from a desire for security and or some humanitarian sentiment.

    But its real origin is always in the viewing of the average person as subhuman serf or cattle.

    If the U.S. Government falls then so many people armed , granted , MIGHT result in a Mad Max scenario.

    But , disarm all these people , and I GUARANTEE you that if the U.S, Government falls you will have a Mad Max scenario.

    Shit anyone should have learned in Kindergarten ;

    Bad people will never disarm or be disarmed.

    That leaves good people with only one humanitarian or moral option.

  58. KesaAnna May 14, 2022 at 12:29 am #

    ” Shit anyone should have learned in Kindergarten ”

    They are going to start expelling 8 year olds who bring pocket knives to school ?

    Anyone who really fucking believes in human rights should have yanked their child out of that prison right then.

    Every 8 year old has a pocket knife is the only ultimate check on bullies.

    Without it , it’s open season for bullies.

    It doesn’t take Sherlock Holmes to figure out how that is going to turn out ;

    Only the rich kids will get an education , you are otherwise sending your kid to a place where the Ferals run everything.

  59. KesaAnna May 14, 2022 at 12:42 am #

    ” Foreign Troops arrive in America? ”

    A formula ;

    People will accept ANY tyranny ( but then , they pretty much HAVE TO ) so long as the ruling class takes care to bribe 20 % of the population with some trifling privileges and a little bit of money.

    Pair that with the notion that if you aren’t part of the privileged it must somehow be your own fault that you aren’t.

    If the above is true ,

    then Foreign troops have been in residence in your country for quite awhile.

    That they speak perfect English and know who Kim Kardashian is , is neither here , nor there.

    They aren’t yours , by any stretch of the imagination.

  60. Amman May 14, 2022 at 3:46 am #


    It’s still America.

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    • SpeedyBB May 14, 2022 at 10:19 pm #

      I considered a move to Brazil for quite a while, having had a sterling experience shooting 16mm commercials there with a Japanese photo crew in 1970.

      Seems like the good times are over.

      Contemporary reports point to all of Latinoamerica – not just Brazil, but Brazil’s about the worst – being consumed with crime, overpopulation, drugs and drug wars, helplessness on the part of the authorities and the privileged, monied classes rapidly fleeing when they can.

      Even places like Chile and Costa Rica, traditional expatriate havens, are getting a bad rap. I spent a year in Cali, Colombia (yes, that Cali) in 1964 and have a fair understanding of what happens when a society falls apart.

      Nobody’s in charge.

      • Amman May 16, 2022 at 11:08 am #

        Guess the mainstream Idea makers sold you a picture to scare you away. Brazil is Big anyway and it’s OK, as far as I know, with Bolsonaro and probably will be so with Lula.

  61. BackRowHeckler May 14, 2022 at 6:12 am #

    The Confederate Colony remains in Brazil, where they still fly the Stars & Bars, and celebrate Confederate Memorial Day.

    • Amman May 14, 2022 at 9:18 am #

      Well, the man said the past is not dead. In fact, it’s not even past.

    • elysianfield May 14, 2022 at 10:10 am #

      …Way down South in the land of…covfeve

  62. Amman May 14, 2022 at 9:16 am #

    Gene therapy is in essence a human intellectual pollution of a perfectly created being. – RESISTANCE MOTTO

    • JohnAZ May 14, 2022 at 9:40 am #

      There are three million coordinated cells in a human being.

      It takes one gene modified one to create a cancer.

      • JohnAZ May 14, 2022 at 9:40 am #

        Make that 3 trillion cells.

        • Disaffected May 14, 2022 at 9:50 am #

          You and your numbers, JAZ! 🙂

          • JohnAZ May 14, 2022 at 10:26 am #

            Yep, numbers like inflation percentages and the cost of a barrel of oil is what might finally change enough folks away from “gimmeism”to make a difference.

            You doing okay?

          • Disaffected May 14, 2022 at 10:32 am #

            Details below.

      • Amman May 14, 2022 at 8:46 pm #

        As you know, I am and managed to remain free and clear of their needles.

  63. elysianfield May 14, 2022 at 10:06 am #

    Well, ladies and germs;

    Another sign of the apocalypse;

    Three middle school kids are currently being investigated for sexual harassment in a Wisconsin school district. This kind of prurient behavior, when I was young, was unheard of. The actions of the kids, criminal in any context, reflect upon the degenerate culture that now exists, their parents should be jailed…perhaps shot.


    This is a perfect example of the need for corporal punishment in the schools. This kind of shit should go on their permanent record…..

    • elysianfield May 14, 2022 at 10:12 am #

      …Is it any wonder that Kesa promotes carrying of knives?

      • BackRowHeckler May 14, 2022 at 12:54 pm #

        No! And I wouldn’t mess with her even bare fisted.

    • JohnAZ May 14, 2022 at 10:32 am #

      Uh. Don’t you remember what is was like in middle school, and high school.

      Puberty, and all the curiosity that that entails. Add on a bunch or stupid parents and a bunch of really stupid teachers trying to teach a bunch of hard bodies about sex and absurdity abounds.

      How about mutual respect, how people feel about sex, instead of instruction manuals. Home values!

      • JohnAZ May 14, 2022 at 10:35 am #

        Kids should learn sexual respect by watching the example of their parents.

        Hahahahahaha! Yeah right!

        Or from watching the examples of their sports and Hollywood heroes.

        Hahahahahaha! Yeah, double right.

        Where do most learn it? From each other. And movies, and porn and now TV streaming.

      • elysianfield May 14, 2022 at 11:20 am #

        “How about mutual respect,”

        Well John, if you think “Mutual respect” is what should be practiced in middle school..I should ask…”Don’t YOU remember what it was like in Middle school and High School…?”

        • JohnAZ May 14, 2022 at 3:42 pm #

          Read it a little closer. Parents and teachers should endeavor to teach them mutual respect.


          Oh yeah, my parents failed at this and left me and my siblings to get their “education” from the peer group.

          Parents teach by setting examples. Today’s parents suck at this because their examples are horrible.

    • Disaffected May 14, 2022 at 10:45 am #

      And to think, we used to just establish a pecking order by who was the toughest (or perceived to be) and who was most willing to drop gloves and go at it. [Tony Leazenby, as I recall. Little short fuck and not particularly athletic, but he fought like a drunken Irishman. Signature move: shin kick with work boots.] If you didn’t like the names people were calling you – and they were a helluva lot worse than incorrect preferred pronouns! – you either got used to it or you learned to fight. Law of the jungle man! It looks a whole lot better now in retrospect, doesn’t it?

      • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 8:33 pm #

        Yeah, I remember scrapping with a fellow 7th grader who was calling me names. It made me fit for life. So, also, when Mrs. H. pulled me by the hair out of a 5th-gtade classroom. This intense delicacy in present-day schools is growing a lot of little hothouse flowers who come unglued at hearing a contrary opinion.

        • SpeedyBB May 14, 2022 at 9:42 pm #

          Working in Osaka in the early 1980s, I remember a rather sensational news story. Two of his young victims laid in wait for a middle-school bully to pass by a lonely spot on the way home.

          When he came along they attacked him with a claw hammer and bashed his brains in. And then the “extra touch”: they dug out his eyeballs with the hammer.

          All around thirteen years of age.

          Not such an unusual event, either, in a very high-pressure, stressed-out society.

    • KesaAnna May 14, 2022 at 8:31 pm #

      Just two points —

      At what point do all these educated , Middle Class , school teachers , school administrators , lawyers , court officials , and police officers ,

      say to themselves , ” I gotta pay my grocery bill ” does NOT justify my collusion in fucking over a 13 year old for trivial shit ?

      At what point does one admit such injustices really have nothing to do with Joe Biden or Bill Gates , but have everything to do with average Americans looking the other way while their own people get fucked over ?

      Second point —

      Last time I checked , ( about 20 years ago ) a sex change costs roughly between fifty and a hundred thousand dollars.

      Who the fuck has fifty or a hundred thousand dollars for cosmetic work ?

      I’m still waiting for pretty much anyone to admit this hasn’t got a God damned thing to with human rights , or even any abstract ideology.

      This is all about rich people doing whatever the fuck they want to do.

  64. Disaffected May 14, 2022 at 10:32 am #

    Fellow Clusterfuckers and Knuckleheads, Day 1 and 2 Bilateral Upper and Lower Blepheroplasty update from sunny NM, aka “the Land of Enchantment (and fire)”:

    Day 1: Surgery was smooth and uneventful. I almost look forward to them for the sleep. At my age its hard to come by really good sleep, and nothing beats anesthesia sleep… except for the hangover.

    This was some DEEP sleep anesthesia this time, complete with breathing tube, thankfully inserted after I was out. Groggy as shit the rest of the day with a sore throat and raspy voice from the damn tube. It was all I could do to stare blankly at the TV. Recommendation: The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling, Parts I & II. Fascinating man, fascinating life, fascinating career.

    Swelling, bruising, and seepage as advertised and a little more. Lots of gauze blotting and ice. Not for the weak of heart. The anesthesia also dries everything out, so as that wears off and the tear ducts come back to life the bloody seepage kicks into high gear.

    Day 2: STILL a little groggy and swelling overnight MUCH worse after getting up. Didn’t elevate my head, so expected. Came down a little after shower and getting around. Not a pretty sight whatsoever, but the color is beginning to fade on the left side already, so that’s encouraging. Dr. must have squeezed more fat out of the right side lower, as that’s where the most swelling and discoloration is.

    Thoughts: This is a MUCH more aggressive procedure than I imagined going in, from the anesthesia to the immediate after effects. That said, he took A LOT of skin out of both upper eyelids, and as it just so happens, my prep nurse had just had the same procedure done by the same Dr. a year ago, so I got a good look at the “after.” She looked great, and after coming out of surgery she assured me that I looked pretty much par for the course. Pain was moderate day 1, much less day 2. Swelling just the opposite, but it’s still early, so imagine being upright will allow much of that to go down. Stitches out in a week, so we’ll see how it goes from there.

    Oh! And winds are calm today, so hopefully all this fire nonsense will calm down again, at least here locally with the Cerro Pelado. Calf Canyon and Hermit’s Peak to the east remain serious concerns.

    • BackRowHeckler May 14, 2022 at 1:03 pm #

      Good report, DA. You’ll be back good as new in a week or two.

    • Jarek May 14, 2022 at 1:29 pm #

      I could have helped you for pretty much free if you had just waited. I’ve ordered a copy of this famous Chinese classic:


      With a few rusty acupuncture needles, a swiss army knife for a scalpel, a razor for more fine work, some fishing line, a scissors, and the Manual – I will perform miracles.

      Some of the same implements can be used in my Inquisitorial work.

      Consilience! All that rises must converge!

      • Disaffected May 14, 2022 at 3:44 pm #

        Some of the same implements can be used in my Inquisitorial work.

        LOL! I can only imagine. Maybe next time, Dr. Jar.

    • beantownbill. May 14, 2022 at 2:18 pm #


      In case you didn’t know, I have a little experience with surgery (lol). Right now I’m outside on my stoop watching the world go by – except no one else is going by. Anyway, I’ll trade you hip surgery for eyelid surgery any day.

      The body is amazing, isn’t it? I can feel myself getting better, although it’s a long, slow progress back to normalcy. By tomorrow, you’ll be a lot better than today, as well. It’s 90 degrees out, so I’m not going to walk, but tomorrow it’s supposed to be 71, so I’m going for my first, brief walk then. You should go out as much as possible, life is too short and you gotta take advantage of every opportunity. It doesn’t matter if you’re bruised and swollen. Ya think anyone who sees you like that is gonna be putting out any mental energy from seeing you?

      Good luck and don’t let the women swarm over you, you lucky bastard.

      • Disaffected May 14, 2022 at 3:52 pm #

        Thanks Bill. I stayed at a motel down in Santa Fe for the recovery and I actually had breakfast down in the lobby this morning with NO sunglasses on. And nobody swooned or went nuts (Except for the older little Mexican guy who was bringing out breakfast, who did a funny little doubletake), even though I was looking pretty hideous.

        And uh no, I’ll stick with the eyelids for now. I could probably still use a left hip R&R too, but I think it can be managed, so I’m sticking with that. I think it was just telling me to stop doing stupid shit anyway. The body’s like that. You’ve just gotta be smart enough to listen.

    • MaryQueen May 14, 2022 at 6:10 pm #

      Did you get the surgery for cosmetic reasons?

      • Disaffected May 14, 2022 at 10:30 pm #

        Yes and no. It looked terrible of course, but the extra folds on top trapped sweat and dirt and made them itch constantly, which made my eyes and eyelids red and irritated all the time, so it was a whole cyclical thing. It was really bad for the last 5 years or so until I finally looked into getting it done, and it turns out it’s a pretty common procedure. As I said, my prep nurse as I was going in had just had it done a year ago too, and it looked very nice. No scars or any deformities. Uppers looked absolutely perfect. Lowers aren’t quite as perfect, as they’re essentially deflated of underlying fat and then tightened. No scar or anything, but you can tell where the bag was if you look really close.

        • Disaffected May 14, 2022 at 10:36 pm #

          But yeah, it’s considered cosmetic for insurance purposes. They will cover (at least partially) prominent overhanging drooping brows if they limit field of vision 20% or more, but that’s a pretty high standard. That wouldn’t normally be an “eyelid” thing per se, but rather fat or other tissue on the brow itself.

          At $6K, I judged it to be reasonable.

          • MaryQueen May 14, 2022 at 11:34 pm #

            Thanks for the info! Interesting. Hope you recover quickly.

    • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 8:41 pm #

      Speedy healing to you.

      And I appreciate your report; I’m thinking of having something done with my right upper eyelid, which lags because of Graves’ disease. That eye just will not open up or look upward well, anymore. I’ve always hesitated for various reasons, but I’m thinking of a good eye guy who’d reconstructed my mom’s eyelid after cancer excision.

      • Disaffected May 14, 2022 at 10:57 pm #

        I would think one upper shouldn’t be too traumatic or expensive, although a lot of the cost is baked into reserving the OR itself and the anesthesiologist. That might go for $3-4K, I would think. I’d look into it.

    • Q. Shtik May 14, 2022 at 11:59 pm #

      Thanks for the thorough debriefing, Dis

      • Disaffected May 15, 2022 at 10:07 am #

        No prob, Q. Man. I know you appear dashing enough already, what with all them Ruckers cuties following you around everywhere, but maybe someone you know can use the info.

  65. got___truth May 14, 2022 at 10:53 am #

    ……when the universe IS the design studio.

    Carpe Diem!
    Sola Vertus Invicta!

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  66. Jarek May 14, 2022 at 1:16 pm #


    Good map of the language/culture zones in the Ukraine. Also a video by Putin explaining why he did what did.

  67. Jarek May 14, 2022 at 1:19 pm #

    “Formula”. So scientific! How could breast milk be as good? That’s like thinking that orange juice is better than Tang – which the astronauts drank.

    They are desperate for babies to starve AND to maintain their monopoly. Home made “formulas” must be demonized.

  68. Jarek May 14, 2022 at 1:48 pm #

    Madness Across the Pond

    Bill Tulkinghorn, American Renaissance

    I grew up in South Wales in the 1970s and 1980s. It was an insular working-class community clinging to the imagined glories of a socialist past and fighting against the economic reforms of the 1980s out of what British commentators still call tribal loyalty, a phrase which even then they were careful to use only about the white working class.

    In my childhood, nonwhites were such a small minority that any interaction with them was rare. I was not aware of any racial tensions. The real dividing line was class, not race.

    I was lucky to have poor but ambitious and hardworking parents and to have reached the age of 18 at a time when higher education was free of charge and standards were generally high. The nonwhites I met at the universities I attended were all bright, law-abiding, and generally pleasant to be around. There was far less tension there than there had been growing up as a bookish type in a largely anti-intellectual environment.

    The media stereotype of the race realist in the UK is that of a tattooed, coarse, uneducated thug whose interests revolve around soccer, violence, cheap beer, and fried food. I believed that for many years, during which I made a reasonably successful career as a commercial lawyer which allowed me to live in relatively crime-free areas and enjoy music, theater, and travel across Europe. I simply didn’t think about race. I knew it was a problem in the United States, but Britain was different. I thought that such British race problems as existed seemed to be as much about the hostility to hard work and success among parts of the underclass created by generations of welfare dependency and low expectations.

    My views started to change in the early 2000s when what was then known as political correctness infected culture across Europe. It became impossible to go to a Shakespeare play without between a third and a half of the cast being chosen for their race instead of their ability to speak verse. Classical concerts were plagued by mediocre fillers in the first half, selected by reference to the gender or ethnicity of the composer, paid for by taxpayer subsidy and forgotten after the first performance. White musicians are now being dismissed from opera orchestras to make way for less talented blacks. At the same time, a taxpayer-subsidized orchestra of black players programs the justly forgotten Florence Price alongside Beethoven and everyone is too polite, or too afraid, to comment on the unfairness of the comparison (3). The same establishment is also too afraid to comment on the success which Asian musicians have achieved, and entirely deserve, on the basis of talent, ability, and hard work.

    My conversion finally happened when I had to deal with the effect of anti-white prejudice and woke ideology in my profession. Judges in England are appointed by a body called the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC). It contains a minority of judges and lawyers, and a majority of human-resources types steeped in diversity and woke ideology. In order to be appointed, you have to demonstrate that you “understand the importance of diversity, take an anti-discriminatory approach and demonstrate sensitivity to the particular needs of different communities, groups and individuals.” Anyone reading articles on AmRen probably understands that this is code for demonstrating conformity with woke ideology. The JAC publishes annual diversity statistics, each year boasting how the proportion of white men being appointed is yet again lower than it was last year.

    I want to be very clear that this is not sour grapes on my part. I would be a very bad judge. I lack the patience. I would be bored. I am a natural competitor, not a natural referee. But I want the referee to be fair, competent, and worthy of respect. I regularly appear in front of diversity hires who are none of those things. Thankfully they tend to be at the lower end of the judiciary, dealing with preliminary issues and leaving trials to higher-ranking judges, but promotion now depends on politics and not ability, so promotion for some of them is only a matter of time.

    Some of the diversity hires lack the intellectual capacity to come to grips with conceptually difficult issues. Others lack the temperament to work through long and tedious material. A dispute about loans between a company and its directors, and the tax treatment of them, is not going to be very interesting, but it still needs to be decided fairly. There are too many who exhibit bad temper, favoritism and laziness in equal measures.

    It is professional misconduct for a barrister to express a view that the judiciary contains diversity hires. In September 2020, a barrister was naïve enough to trust his opponent and express the view that a judge had been appointed only because she was female and south Asian. He was fined and publicly reprimanded. The fine is low, but the reprimand is enough to harm his career forever.

    I see my clients suffer injustice. I cannot risk telling a client the reason for it unless I trust that client enough not to repeat what I say.

    The organization where I work has started demonstrating its conformity to woke ideology. Without any consultation with the members, it published a statement on its website last year commenting on the riots in the UK prompted by the death of George Floyd. One would have hoped for something to the effect that an accused person is innocent until proven guilty, that justice requires dispassionate consideration of the evidence, and that violence and wanton destruction of property are always wrong. That isn’t what my organization said. It isn’t what any of the organizations said.

    There is a concerted attack on European culture, the rule of law, the English common law system that has developed over centuries, and white people in general. That led me to the dissidents who oppose these things. AmRen and sites like it have shown me the underlying reasons for black underachievement and for white self-loathing. I had no interest in biology, IQ, or human biodiversity before coming here. Now I feel that I have a better understanding of what we need to preserve for the next generation and the lies being told to us to try to stop us doing that.

    Jarek: It was never going to work. Other races and cultures put their own people first. Why can’t Whites see that? Because they are molded or conditioned to project their own virtues (both real and specious) on to other races. And in return some, the most “devout” even seem willing to take on the sins of the other in a blasphemous imitation of Christ.

    All in all, a formula for extinction. Lower class or uneducated Whites don’t do it, at least not nearly as much. This is the big reason they are hated so passionately by the higher classes. They are heretics in terms of the new religion.

    • BackRowHeckler May 14, 2022 at 2:15 pm #

      In China, are the Hans people worried about diversity, beyond the desire to crush any group that is not Hans? No, these diversity and equity issues appear to be concerns in historically White Nations only, and as a way to liquidate Whitey both literally and metaphorically. What’s surprising is about 40% of whites in the US, UK, France and Germany cannot only go along with it, but promote it. These are the self hater with their heads up their ass.

      • Jarek May 14, 2022 at 3:14 pm #

        The top ones aren’t self haters – they simply don’t identify as White.

  69. Q. Shtik May 14, 2022 at 2:20 pm #

    A few personal items (actually, all my comments are personal, aren’t they?).

    1. Filled up my PU truck yesterday at Costco for $4.259/gal. Total cost just under $89.

    2. I’m listening to a Rutgers baseball home game vs Bowling Green. BG has a first baseman named Fugitt. I thought that was pretty funny but the radio announcer pronounced it FYOO-jitt. I’m guessing his classmates in Junior High School addressed him as “hey Fuck It.”

    3. Peter had a close call yesterday. After dinner for reasons unknown Peter exited the kitchen thru the butler’s pantry (no, we do NOT have a butler) toward the dining room. I was standing at the sink doing dishes. I turned my head to the right and saw Peter with his left shoulder against a door jam. The angle of his body was at the same angle as the hour hand of a clock when it is pointed at the 10. I immediately saw the cause of this near disaster. Peter’s pants had fallen down to mid-thigh or lower and tripped him up. If he had passed thru the doorway one foot further his body would have fallen onto a delicate tea cart with a glass top filled with various bottles and objects d’art. He pushed off the door jam into an upright position and hauled his pants up. You see, as I have described in the past, Peter has no ass or, more accurately, almost non-existent buttocks so that pants cannot be reasonably held up by a belt. It requires suspenders and he is very reluctant to wear suspenders because, I suspect, he feels they make him look like ‘farmer Brown.’ You, the reader, are prolly thinking that Q is exaggerating when he says that Peter ‘has no ass.’ Well, the exaggeration is only the minutest. I would describe Peter’s buttocks as about the thickness of a cloth hand towel (larger than a face cloth but smaller than a bath towel) folded over double. I know this because when we got Peter home from Florida I had to assist him the first couple of times he showered. It was not a pleasant sight.

    4. Another Peter incident just happened. Early this AM my wife got a text from Peter’s life-long buddy, Ed, saying that he would be picking Peter up at 1 pm to go out to lunch. This touched off concerns about making sure Peter would be ready to go at that hour. We cannot count on Peter to remember that he has a lunch date. I suggested to my wife that she write out a note on full size paper using a thick marker pen ” Be ready for 1 pm lunch with Ed Rz.” This note was carried to the third floor (along with his breakfast) and taped to his TV screen. At 12:57 pm, just to make sure, I yelled up to Peter “it’s 3 minutes to 1, are you ready?” He looks at his watch and it says it’s only 12:30. This is Peter’s Rolex that he recently had fixed for $1,147 but, incredibly, Peter has not yet mastered setting the time on his watch. At this very moment his buddy Ed arrived at the front door. I ran down to answer his knock and apologize for Peter not quite being ready. Ed knows Peter like a book and says “don’t worry no ‘prahlem,’ by the way, you know your wife is a saint, don’t you?” Peter arrives at the front door wearing MY shirt fresh from the cleaners.

    • Jarek May 14, 2022 at 3:30 pm #

      Are you a chronomaniac? I’m reading a book by a self described one – Bob Berman, Secrets of the Night Sky. He went to the library and was refused entry because it was 5:01. He said it was 4:55. He knew because he set it twice weekly to short wave signals from the cesium atomic clock at the Naval Observatory. She relented.

      He’s tormented by people not celebrating New Year’s at the right time, ignoring the leap seconds added to most years. Days aren’t 24 hours long, but rather 23 hours, 56 minutes, and 4.1 seconds.

      Quartz watches are good, accurate to seconds per day, but better yet are ones that get shortwaves from a cesium clock. Or an actual cesium watch – which are very expensive.

      • Disaffected May 14, 2022 at 3:42 pm #

        All to keep track of an imaginary concept. Too funny.

        • Jarek May 15, 2022 at 1:11 pm #

          Say you so? No time, no space either then. And no matter since there would be no place to put it.

      • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 8:53 pm #

        Good old WWV in Colorado keeps time for some of my clocks, but I ignore them, most of the time.

        “At the tone, the time is 2100 UTC.”

      • Blackbird May 14, 2022 at 9:30 pm #

        The Mayans were obsessed with time. Built the most accurate chronometer until the invention of clocks based on radioactive decay. That’s what they did with the wheel.

        Math, time, and mushrooms – mmm mmm good!

        • Disaffected May 14, 2022 at 10:22 pm #

          I think Pink Floyd’s version plus mushrooms would be a mighty fine combination.

  70. tom clark May 14, 2022 at 2:30 pm #

    Little tom here…trying to learn what I can from the big boys and girls of CFN.

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    • Disaffected May 14, 2022 at 3:39 pm #

      As you should be. Now STFU and pay attention.

    • 100th Avatar May 14, 2022 at 7:14 pm #

      People just as or more poor than they are and more brown than they are are responsible for all of their problems

  71. tom clark May 14, 2022 at 2:34 pm #

    Q: door jamb, my friend, door jamb.

    • Q. Shtik May 14, 2022 at 3:08 pm #

      Haha, I’m hoist by my own petard.

      • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 8:55 pm #

        Nice use of “hoist”, there. Most people say “hoisted”. 🙂

        • Alzaebo May 15, 2022 at 6:59 am #

          A favorite! The petard was a primitive medieval grenade, held on the end of a long stick.

          Sometimes, the wobbly thing would fall off the stick, thus…

          “Hoist! By his own petard”

  72. SoftStarLight May 14, 2022 at 3:03 pm #

    Well of course it is preposterous. As it should be. According to the plan. Maybe, right? I understood Babylon to be a symbol for the satanic one world order. But it appears that the Joe Biden administration? proposed amendments to give WHO authorities that supersede national laws. And of course the US gov and Bill Gates are the biggest WHO donors. Of course it may not succeed but honestly it appears to be working fairly well so far.


    • Amman May 14, 2022 at 8:40 pm #

      It won’t work in Iran. It won’t work in China. And it won’t work in Russia. And that is for starters. As for the Resistance elsewhere, there are hidden resistance forces on the planet that will enter the scene if and when “serious fires” begin on the streets of western Europe and a body count begins there (as it already has in Eastern Europe i.e. Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, etc. although for different reasons.) From what we know, ideas and information and video evidence and essays on the travesty of what has happened over the past 2 years in the world (2020, 2021) did not compel people to move towards an open confrontation up to a point of adopting direct assault. We will see what happens in western Europe which is the key. In the meantime… – “A FIRE IN EUROPE”

      • SoftStarLight May 15, 2022 at 3:07 pm #

        I don’t think their plans will succeed either but what they have already been able to do is frightening. And it is scary that they seemingly have gotten away with so much.

  73. Jarek May 14, 2022 at 3:19 pm #


    Is anti-matter the real and only way to power our world’s future? Or the ultimate weapon against “the enemy”?

    What would be the result if we fired all of our nuclear missiles at the ice caps? More water for parched areas? Leading to a new Ice Age and a new beginning for Man?

    • Q. Shtik May 14, 2022 at 3:25 pm #

      What would be the result if we fired all of our nuclear missiles at the ice caps? – Jarek


      The result would be death by radiation for everybody and animal on earth.

      • JohnAZ May 14, 2022 at 3:46 pm #

        I believe the term is nuclear winter. Life would start over again.

        God called it a flood. That time he allowed a family to survive.

        Look at the moral condition of the US right now. Just about what is described just before God nuked Sodom and Gomorrah.

      • BackRowHeckler May 14, 2022 at 4:13 pm #

        Since July 1945 there have been 2056 nuclear detonations, which I believe has altered human DNA. Look at photos of people taken before 1945, they look different. Watch films made 1927-1945, people talk different. There’s definitely been a turn for the worse. The kind of freaks you see on TikTok, you never saw them before. Nuclear explosions have opened up the Gates of Hell.

        • megabeth May 14, 2022 at 8:59 pm #

          My dad was in an atom bomb test 9 years before my conception. My big brother, who had been one at the time, used to call me a mutant.

          In truth, that was nothing to worry about; it is the eggs that are vulnerable to radiation.

          I did have a birth defect, but it is common and seldom clearly linked to genetics.

          • Blackbird May 14, 2022 at 9:17 pm #

            “In truth, that was nothing to worry about; it is the eggs that are vulnerable to radiation.”

            Good news guys – we can stay up top!

            JAZ, if we nuke life out of existence, there is no guarantee it would come back. We still don’t know how it arose in the first place. We seem to think life is inevitable. It isn’t.

          • Q. Shtik May 14, 2022 at 11:27 pm #

            My dad was in an atom bomb test 9 years before my conception… – megabeth


            …and he was convinced that was why I was born with two heads.

        • SpeedyBB May 14, 2022 at 10:39 pm #

          Yep BRH, that we are carrying along loads of Strontium 90, Cesium 137, plutonium and other radioactive fallout in our bloodstreams tends to be ignored – or perhaps accepted as inevitable.

          Not to mention all the other chemicals we absorb.

          This cannot help but exert serious effects, as you point out.

        • Q. Shtik May 14, 2022 at 11:31 pm #

          Look at photos of people taken before 1945, they look different. – BRH


          They’re all thin and every last one has a hat on. Whut’s up wit all the hats?

          • Disaffected May 15, 2022 at 9:58 am #

            Hats used to be de rigueur, Q. But you knew that. No Ruckers baseball hats allowed, either. Although, they were fond of suspenders back then, so maybe Peter was just born at the wrong time.

          • Disaffected May 15, 2022 at 10:03 am #

            The thin part reminds me, my Dr. is trying to sell me on the idea of 1,500 calories as a day. Says that’s what the original caloric studies indicated was needed to sustain a normal man doing moderately strenuous field work all day. I laugh to myself and let him continue to harbor the illusion that that might be remotely possible for me. Absent the coming food shortages, when who the hell knows what’s possible, I doubt I’ve – or most Americans I know for that matter – subsisted on 1,500 calories a day since I was 3 or 4 years old.

  74. thwack May 14, 2022 at 4:34 pm #

    Ukrainian Squad Incinerated By TOS-1A Thermobaric

    *closed casket edition*


    BTW, I think “incinerated” is the wrong word to describe the cause of death?

    • BackRowHeckler May 14, 2022 at 5:37 pm #

      John Kerry, 2014, when Russia occupied Crimea: “How droll. That is so 19th century. Pass the Grey Poupon, dearie.”

      John Kerry, 2022, when Putin begins launching nukes: “How droll. That is so 20th century. Pass the Grey Poupon, dearie.”

    • Disaffected May 14, 2022 at 10:20 pm #

      Makes you wonder if they ever thought in their wildest dreams that it would end that way. I think “fucked them up” would describe the cause of death pretty accurately.

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder May 15, 2022 at 7:03 pm #

      I really did not need to see that footage.

  75. Sean Coleman May 14, 2022 at 4:39 pm #

    I have been trying to remember the comment sections I have had comments removed from or been banned from. I am not the kind of man who goes out of his way to get banned, am I?

    E MIchael Jones deleted a couple of my comments on Bitchute about Irish politicians, inlcuidng a former minister who is a Canadian feminist and (it appears ) once a white witch. I did not blame him but stopped commenting for a year. I wonder if one’s comments are ever noted by public figures like him and I am pretty sure they are.

    EMJ appeared on a ‘truther’ Bitchute show about three years ago and argued that Epstein was involved in a blackmail racket, It was a jokey site and I left a neutral comment explaining that not one part of the Epstein story stands up to scrutiiny. I went back a couple of days later and saw it had been taken down. Truthers!

    Then last week another rather extreme Bitchute channel I watch had a couple of videos about he partents of the missing McCann child. An expert explained how an interview with the mother appeared to show she was more interested in proving her own innocence than in concern for her missing daughter. I commented to the effect that this was not surprising because she and her husband had come under intense, unbearable public crfiticiism, which was the last thing they needed. He wiped the comment and banned me.

    And in early January Irish exjouornalist John Waters wrote an article comparing what is happening now to the Holocaust. I commented in detail that the whole story was not merely questionable or debatable but insance. He suspended the comments that week because he was worried that his enemies would use it to discredit him and he did not want to jeopardize his work. He was right. I still subscribe because, like EMJ, he is unmissable and notobody has a better handle on Ireland. Anyway, I do not comment therre now and that is a relief really because it is time consuming.

    Interestingly, his close ally Gemma O’Doherty was back on EMJ’s channel a few weeks later and EmJ appears to have ‘discovered’ this fraud. Perhaps my long comment had not been in vain. And John himself in a recent interview corrected his interviewer aobut the how to describe what it is like when you learn new information that overturns your view of the world. “The word”, he said, “is ‘dizzying’.”

    I told you he was good. That is the perfect descreiption. Some days I get dizzy two or three days in a row. That is how mad it is.

    Abd as I write this there is someone on the Ausschuss talking about Epstein. Oh dear, so much deceit everywhere. There is no point builidng up elaborate theories if the basic facts are not righti.

    And finally, I wish people would stop using the phrase ‘on a daily basis’. What is wrong with ‘every day’? I does be hearing it on a daily basis, so I does.

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    • KesaAnna May 14, 2022 at 9:27 pm #

      Unfortunately it is the single assertion of one Russian agent ….

      But , for whatever it is worth ,

      I’m pretty confident in guessing that if Sean Coleman gets banned it is a case of gaslighting , or of virtue signaling , or both , and nothing but.

    • malthuss May 15, 2022 at 10:42 am #

      you really are naive. The parents left a pre schooler in an unlocked hotel room and she disappeared.

      we smell a rat.

  76. hustled enough May 14, 2022 at 6:29 pm #

    You asked the question: “Why is it “important” that we spend thirty, forty, fifty billion dollars pounding sand down the rat hole that is post-Maidan Ukraine, grift central for the sketchy nexus of US politicians and their sponsors in the warcraft industry?”
    The answer I offer is that the Russians have to learn that the West is serious about stopping them in their expansionary tracks. And if the Ukrainians are pissed enough with what Russia has been doing to be willing to fight for their country, then support them in doing it, and degrade the Russian ability to fight war and expand as their historical desire takes them.

    I find it amusing that we are talking about Ukrainian corruption whilst so many here are QUIET about Russian Kleptocracy. Those Russian oligarchs got their wealth how again? Why are they Putin supporters? Why is Russia’s Gini coefficient so shitty? So, yes, Ukraine has some corruption, but if you want to go there, go there with Russia as well.

    And I will be interested if we will continue hearing predictions on this site of Ukraine’s inevitable demise at the hands of the Russian war machine. I am impressed by the Russian advance away from Kharkiv. Sneaky stuff! Just like Kyiv! Running away to strike a blow, … but where exactly? For those interested in cogent, thoughtful, and dispassionate analysis (as opposed to feel good Russian propaganda of how well things are going for the Soviet Union, ah, I mean, Russia), I suggest, https://www.understandingwar.org/publications.

    Their analysis make sense–and their prediction also: Russia will try and annex the Donbas and other areas it has conquered since February, very soon, if it can, and then tell Ukraine (and the West) that invading it will free Russia to use nuclear weapons to protect Russia’s (expanded) national boundaries. I think it will be Putin’s last option to salvage something from this mess. Otherwise, we are looking at the possible systemic collapse of the Russian army.

    • KesaAnna May 14, 2022 at 9:20 pm #

      I have been a pro – Russian partisan — well , pretty much my whole life.

      One of the most significant trends , affecting me personally , over the past 30 years ,

      is that now when you trot out , ” The Russians are coming ! ” narrative , even the most right – wing , or conservative , U.S. flag – waving – types ,

      now shuffle their feet , turn red , and look away.

      Increasingly nobody mouths that shit , or goes to any trouble to endorse that shit , except boot – licking conformist political hacks being paid to do it.

      And I really , really , really , really doubt that ANY of this is due to the persuasive or propagandistic skills of your Russian Agent Kesa Anna

      Hey , maybe my Russian Army will lose ?

      Meanwhile , you are losing your country , and in time your sinecures , with no help from me. .

    • Disaffected May 14, 2022 at 10:15 pm #

      The answer I offer is that the Russians have to learn that the West is serious about stopping them in their expansionary tracks. And if the Ukrainians are pissed enough with what Russia has been doing to be willing to fight for their country, then support them in doing it, and degrade the Russian ability to fight war and expand as their historical desire takes them.

      LOL! Best laugh I’ve had all day. No response required.

      • hustled enough May 16, 2022 at 12:59 am #

        Well Disaffected,
        Just so you know, your non-answer gets this non-answer in return! 🙂

    • Disaffected May 14, 2022 at 11:02 pm #

      As for the link, a veritable who’s who of US neo-con war mongers – no conflict of interest here at all:

      Our Board Members

      General Jack Keane (US Army, Retired), Chairman, Institute for the Study of War; President, GSI, LLC

      Dr. Kimberly Kagan, Founder & President, Institute for the Study of War

      The Honorable Kelly Craft, Former US Ambassador to UN and Canada

      Dr. William Kristol, Director, Defending Democracy Together

      The Honorable Joseph I. Lieberman, Senior Council, Kasowitz Benson Torres & Friedman, LLP

      Kevin Mandia, Chief Executive Officer & Board Director, Mandiant

      Jack D. McCarthy, Jr., Senior Managing Director & Founder, A&M Capital

      Bruce Mosler, Chairman, Global Brokerage, Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.

      General David H. Petraeus (US Army, Retired), Member, KKR & Chairman, KKR Global Institute

      Dr. Warren Phillips, Lead Director, CACI International

      Colonel William Roberti (US Army, Retired), Managing Director, Alvarez & Marsal

      • hustled enough May 16, 2022 at 1:31 am #

        Hi Disaffected,
        Feel free to poo-poo the Board Members. Who would think that retired generals etc would be successful in civvy life! Lieberman doesn’t thrill me, for sure. Who would have been on your preferred list of participants? Your lack of engaging the argument is telling… Neither you nor KesaAnna can engage the argument. And the reason is simple–nothing the Russians are currently saying actually looks like what is happening on the ground. The Ukrainians get more long range artillery? And the question is whether they will get it quickly enough to mess up Russian ambitions to annex the East/South-East part of Ukraine. They get it, the last Russian advantage evaporates…

      • Night Owl May 16, 2022 at 7:26 am #


        I really had to laugh at the name of Bloody Bill Kristol’s latest cutout organization.

        You know that they know their credibility is damaged beyond repair when the adverbs start flowing.

  77. tom clark May 14, 2022 at 6:33 pm #

    Little tommy back, jes checkin in. Must be tough to be the richest shit in the world and be “on hold” re: your current frivolity…buying twitter. Patience Elon, patience. Your time will come, I’m sure and you can reinstate good ol’ Donny Trump and all will be right w/ the world again.
    219 billion dollars…what’s in YOUR wallet?.

  78. tom clark May 14, 2022 at 8:27 pm #

    The line between justified caution and paranoia is a thin one.

    The baby formula “crisis” is nothing new. Post World War II w/ babies up the wazoo, I remember well my parents’ concern about being able to get formula formula for my baby sister. Back then, urban moms didn’t breast feed…it wasn’t the thing to do and wasn’t considered “modern”.

    • benr May 15, 2022 at 9:48 am #

      Pathetic Tom no excuse for this baby formula fiasco.

  79. 100th Avatar May 14, 2022 at 10:49 pm #

    A poor white NY schlub could have driven to K Street in DC
    but he drove to a Buffalo grocery
    To shoot poor brown schlubs

    His manifesto looks like it was written by Eric Holder and Mayorkas’ disinformation tzar.

    Probably enticed by Widmer Whitmer whatever’s FBI/CIA entrapment team

    He literally lists all the websites and subsites that edumacated him

    And his AR15

    I wonder what Hochho has planned for guns in NY


    • Disaffected May 14, 2022 at 11:09 pm #

      A poor white NY schlub could have driven to K Street in DC
      but he drove to a Buffalo grocery
      To shoot poor brown schlubs

      That’s what gets me too. There’s lots of worthy targets out there to be shot, but it’s always stupid shit stunts like this. Smells like facilitated false-flag to me too.

    • MaryQueen May 14, 2022 at 11:38 pm #

      Has FF written all over it for sure.

    • BackRowHeckler May 15, 2022 at 6:53 am #

      There’s a Manifesto?

      • MaryQueen May 15, 2022 at 10:32 am #

        Yup. To me when there is a manifesto that sounds like it’s been written by the DS, it has FF all over it. I nearly laughed when I read the bit I did. Looked like the guy did a self test and answered questions. “How did you get radicalized? Well, I got on 4chan and it turned me into a racist!”

        I mean… nigga, please.

  80. Q. Shtik May 14, 2022 at 11:05 pm #

    Rutgers baseball team beat Bowling Green 12-5 on Friday then devastated them 21-1 today. The second game of a scheduled double header for today was mercifully rained out.

    Rutgers is holding a #22 national ranking.

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  81. malthuss May 14, 2022 at 11:08 pm #

    I saw an ad today. wow

    WHOLE FOODS has a milk to help stop? slow AGW.

    Search domain specialtyfood.com/news/article/carbon-neutral-organic-milk-expands-whole-foods/https://www.specialtyfood.com › news › article › carbon-neutral-organic-milk-expands-whole-foods
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    Search domain grist.org/food/carbon-neutral-milk-whole-foods-climate-change/https://grist.org › food › carbon-neutral-milk-whole-foods-climate-change
    Can this milk really ‘fight climate change’? It’s complicated.
    Maple Leaf Foods, a Canadian company that produces meat and meat alternatives, claimed to be the world’s first carbon-neutral food company in 2019. The nonprofit company Climate Neutral, which…
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  82. malthuss May 14, 2022 at 11:59 pm #


    Rapper Lill Keed dead, survived by daughter, Naytur [nature].

    The music world is mourning the loss of a rising star.

  83. got___truth May 15, 2022 at 4:44 am #

    Allegedly, the Buffalo massacre assailant turned a weapon on himself at the end, and was talked out of retiring himself by the police.
    …..a $1 round for a deserved early retirement versus a multimillion dollar prolonged circus with paid advertising and whipping up the factions for revenge.
    …..the answer is “by design.”


    …it is good to know these programs and companion unacknowledged special access projects are no longer being funded by unwitting American taxpayers

    The whipping up of inflation, supply chain constriction, abortion controversy, bursting of equity and housing bubbles, and todays’ Buffalo massacre are not coincidental, but rather by design, with plausible deniability.

    ….it is going to be a hot, violent, bloody, fiery, helter-skelter, culling summer across broad swaths of modernity, across the planet, with 48 percolating variables INTENTIONALLY exacerbated beyond critical point, with plausible deniability.


    • BackRowHeckler May 15, 2022 at 6:58 am #

      There was a major shootout in Milwaukee too.

      Its shaping up to be one helluva summer.

      Meanwhile, Mitch McConnell is in Kiev, a special guest of Z, facilitating even more US largesse and perhaps provoking WW3.

    • workingclasshero May 15, 2022 at 11:18 am #

      The young gunner of Buffalo just guaranteed a titanic scale assault on gun rights with further “anti-hate” govt meddling on the internet and whatever other media they decide to regulate. A disaster for any reasonable political action from the side of White advocacy.

      • Jarek May 15, 2022 at 1:18 pm #

        It was always going to come for them, under one pretext or another.

        On the macro scale, some White Nationalists condemn Hitler – as if fighting back and losing are crimes. AS IF the Elite weren’t already moving forward with the Kalergi Plan and Globalism before Hitler.

        • Jarek May 15, 2022 at 1:19 pm #

          correction: They were always going to come for them

  84. benr May 15, 2022 at 9:45 am #


    Last week you attempted to lie about something dealing with OAN and the fraud wracked Georgia election.

    This week a little GEM popped up about your lie.


    Comments from our resident vi?

  85. got___truth May 15, 2022 at 10:15 am #

    The desired state of existence is produced by design (and build).

    ….educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.

    Early stage polymaths make the error is presuming all sentient life have equivalent talents and view the same phenomena the same way.
    …..creating a perception gap that is difficult to bridge.

    Carpe Diem!
    Sola Vertus Invicta!


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  86. CrusherMuldoon May 15, 2022 at 11:43 am #

    Could someone please explain why the Russians haven’t steamrolled Ukraine at this point? Is their military that bad or has help from the West bolstered Ukraine’s defensive capabilities so much that Russian can’t steamroll Ukraine?

    • workingclasshero May 15, 2022 at 11:59 am #

      You answered your own question. Longterm, Putin gets removed, Russia gets re-occupied by neo-liberals and Iran, Syria and China are next up for fun and games and regime change. I’m not an optimist on the ability of any oppositional country to stand up to American led neo-liberalism.

    • mitchellc May 15, 2022 at 12:11 pm #

      The latter. While everyone expected a quick Russian victory, I suggested caution. My point was that the mic/state seemed pretty confident. Whether that was bluster or insight, it appears to be proven by the successful defense.

      The US needed a live fire arena to be able to test and evaluate whether Russia had the ability to withstand incorporation. The $40b package tells me the answer might be no, hence the reason we’re now doubling down.

      On a related note, the media/propaganda campaign has recently been raising the question as to Russias nuke command/control effectiveness. That is, can their missles really be launched?

      If we can continue to put on pressure by deploying progressively more advanced weapons, we might even get to the point where Putler is deposed if actual sites within Russia itself are hit.

      If that happens, the handwriting will be on the wall. DOW 100,000 as everyone wakes up to the fact that the West now controls 1/6 of the landmass and last great stores.

      At that point Jim and other alternative sights might as well shut down. Game. Set. Match.

      • SoftStarLight May 15, 2022 at 12:25 pm #

        The US is a dilapidated third world “country” with spiraling downward living standards and an average IQ that decreases year by year. The US will be euthanized for humane purposes. But your hopefulness is cute

      • Disaffected May 15, 2022 at 12:38 pm #

        My point was that the mic/state seemed pretty confident.

        What other choice did they have? They have their back against the wall on this one.

        Whether that was bluster or insight, it appears to be proven by the successful defense.

        Umm… WHAT successful defense?

        “The west” isn’t actually in control of anything right now, least of all its worthless currency and its weak-assed Ukraine narrative. The only hope for the US at all right now is that this is all a joint East-West psyop to implement the Great Reset (in which case we’re all fucked), which still remains to be seen. You continue to conflate prudence on the part of Putin with weakness. Whatever else is true, that’s not.

      • gustafson.robert.22 May 15, 2022 at 1:05 pm #

        If the dow goes to 100,000, Mitch can hire twice the maids to do twice the massages and mix twice the margaritas for him in Baja. Maybe buy two or three Rolls. Big winner. Huge winner.

        • Disaffected May 15, 2022 at 1:32 pm #

          Yes indeed. His air of privilege is definitely showing.

      • mitchellc May 15, 2022 at 2:29 pm #

        Unlike you guys I never go all in. The amount of cheerleading going on here is frankly a bit embarrassing.

        We can no more say that Russia is successfully defending western values as that the US has them in an inescapable pincer. .

        So if neither version of the truth can actually be ascertained, why such a pathetic display of hope and emotional investment? Why not just wait and see?

        The west wins, dow 100,000. West loses, the whole edifice comes down. This is really one of they key turning points in history. And it’s entirely out of our hands.

        • SoftStarLight May 15, 2022 at 2:56 pm #

          Nice way of trying to turn everything around but it’s not going to work lol. Actually I agree with you. It’s entirely out of our hands no matter which way the wind blows.

        • MaryQueen May 15, 2022 at 8:18 pm #

          Quit lumping everyone into one group. It’s annoying, and makes you sound like kind of a jerk.

        • Night Owl May 16, 2022 at 7:35 am #

          Your straw man is ineffective.

          Try again.

      • Islander May 15, 2022 at 8:09 pm #

        “While everyone expected a quick Russian victory, I suggested caution. ”

        Perfect straw man argument plus ego trip in one sentence.

        And who is “we”??

        What a dweeb.

    • Disaffected May 15, 2022 at 12:42 pm #

      It’s a civil war, and Russia has to live at least somewhat amicably with the results afterward, unlike US wars of aggression/terror, which are total hatchet jobs from the very start. By the way, how long did the US spend in Iraqistan? 20 years and an ass-whupping? So much for the mighty empire.

    • thwack May 15, 2022 at 12:56 pm #

      Could someone please explain why the Russians haven’t steamrolled Ukraine at this point?



      What did Putin say at the start of the conflict?

      “This is a special military operation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine.”

      He didn’t say anything about “steam rolling…”

      But if you are in the Ukrainian military, it can feel like you are getting “steamrolled.”

      The Uks poked that bear for 8 years; then the RF said “enough! it ends now!”

      The only hope left for Ukraine is for some kind of coup to assassinate Zelensky and his Nazis, and open peace talks with the RF.

      Between the ethnic Russians and the pro Russian Ukrainians; thats at least 50% of the population.

      Then if you add in the Ukrainians who just want to live a simple life without war; that number probably goes to 80%?

      Ukraine is putting 50 and 60 year old men on the front lines with no training…

      The Russians don’t wanna kill those guys?

      They are even willing to pay their pensions.

      But Zelensky wants them dead.

      Finally, every dead Russian soldier is an argument for keeping the land they died on.

      Young healthy white men are killing each other;

      cui bono?

      • Jarek May 15, 2022 at 1:28 pm #

        Russia has one of the lowest White birth rates in the Western world. Unlike our Elites, Putin, although a civic nationalist, seems to care about his people, and has tried to encourage them to have more children, with little success it would seem. And somewhat ballyhooed Orthodox Christian renaissance is actually quite modest and cannot stop the decline in population.

        After being savaged by generations of Communism, they were thrown into reverse and opened to Western Capitalist culture – also anti-life. The people aren’t in good condition, particularly the men, with very high rates of alcoholism. And the women have now been exposed to the mind virus of Feminism, and aren’t going to put up with them or ultimately, with any man at all.

        One theorist actually believes Putin wanted Ukraine because the people there (the same or almost the same ethnicity as Russians) are in much better condition despite all they’ve been through. I haven’t heard anyone else say this, so I’m not sure if there’s any truth to it.

        • thwack May 15, 2022 at 1:53 pm #

          One theorist actually believes Putin wanted Ukraine because the people there (the same or almost the same ethnicity as Russians) are in much better condition despite all they’ve been through. I haven’t heard anyone else say this, so I’m not sure if there’s any truth to it.

          oh I get it; its kinda like the way we are told “its so difficult for the blacks…. yet there is never any shortage of them?

          Ukrainians are like a more fundamental form of Russian?

          They don’t suffer fools and nonsense… because like niggers, they ain’t got no money…

          • Jarek May 15, 2022 at 2:01 pm #

            Yes, just like the baby formula shortage is supposedly hitting Blacks and other minorities hardest. Whites are always privileged!

            And in another sense, it is a privilege to be White. But that doesn’t mean we should just let the lower races destroy us. We mustn’t let our wires get crossed like that. The same word can mean very different things.

      • elysianfield May 15, 2022 at 3:58 pm #

        “cui bono?”

        In spanish; “See boner….”

      • CrusherMuldoon May 15, 2022 at 5:16 pm #

        Steam rolling in military terms means accomplishing an object quickly with minimal casualties. Go back to the basketball court and practice your free throws fer chrissakes

        • elysianfield May 16, 2022 at 1:30 am #

          I would suggest that ‘steamrolling” would involve the quick objective with overwhelming force…casualties not considered.


      • Islander May 15, 2022 at 8:11 pm #

        “Could someone please explain why the Russians haven’t steamrolled Ukraine at this point?”

        Ditto, sigh . . .

        I guess you haven’t been paying attention To the many useful links and explanations of the Russian POV on this whole thing that have been provided here, not to mention the assessment of real military analysts.

        I expected more of Thwack!! .

        • MaryQueen May 15, 2022 at 8:19 pm #

          I see it as precision extraction takes much more time than just busting up the joint.

          • Disaffected May 16, 2022 at 9:37 am #

            Like rooting out a cancer without killing the patient.

        • CrusherMuldoon May 16, 2022 at 6:35 am #

          I guess I’m more concerned at this point in how I’m going to heat my home this winter with number 2 fuel oil costing $6.00 a gallon in mid-May That initial statement is mine, not Twack’s ;his excuse is he’s been to busy working on his cross over

    • elysianfield May 15, 2022 at 4:02 pm #

      “Could someone please explain why the Russians haven’t steamrolled Ukraine at this point?”

      Maybe because if they break it, they gotta fix it. Killing a few troops is OK, but drop a bridge, blow up a dam, destroy a city? Costs a lot to repair…and some would suggest that (The) Ukraine is but a province.

      • Night Owl May 16, 2022 at 7:37 am #

        The average American can’t understand why Russia would want to purge the Ukraine of Western neocons and globocap thugs, but leave it largely intact while doing so.

        The ignorance with regard to cultural ties and basic strategy is truly spectacular.

  87. messianicdruid May 15, 2022 at 12:57 pm #


    Creatures subject to time don’t have the skills required for synbio.

  88. thwack May 15, 2022 at 1:04 pm #

    West’s Support for Extremism “Blows Back” in New York Shooting


    This is why non white people support Putin and the Russian Federation.

    • SoftStarLight May 15, 2022 at 1:33 pm #

      And so why do white people support Putin and the Russian Federation? Payton Gendron’s alleged manifesto stated he was a communist who had lefted the midway leftist authoritarianism. Apparently he despised traditionally understood “right wing” things. So I fear the narrative isn’t this easy either.

      • thwack May 15, 2022 at 1:37 pm #

        And so why do white people support Putin and the Russian Federation?


        same reason non white people do?

        SSL, are you a white person?

        perhaps you can answer your own question?

        • Jarek May 15, 2022 at 1:57 pm #

          Prove that non-Whites support Russia first.

          This whole thing is very hard for Blacks since it has nothing to do with them. Blacks have to be in the middle of everything.

          Eastern Europeans showed their psychological health by letting real Ukrainians get ahead of them in line. Russians would have done the same, and probably more forcefully.

          • thwack May 15, 2022 at 6:44 pm #

            Prove that non-Whites support Russia first.

            OK faggot, name one African country which had a Russian/African nation pronoun?

            The Anglo saxons are the real racist white supremacists.

            According to the anglo saxons, the Slavs are sub human;

            like niggers, chinks and spics;

            people who should be killed.

          • Jarek May 15, 2022 at 8:02 pm #

            Chimpy, what do you mean by Russian/African nation pronoun?

        • SoftStarLight May 15, 2022 at 2:19 pm #

          ugghh I realized my statement was poorly worded lol. What I was trying to say is that he claimed to be a communist whose thinking had shifted to a more moderated leftist authoritarianism. Whatever that may mean. The clarification however does not relieve you of your obligation to address the question that was firsted.

    • Islander May 15, 2022 at 8:20 pm #

      Excellent Youtube video by “Brian” (don’t know his last name), tying together the Buffalo shooting and training of Nazis in the Ukraine.

      The role of Canada in all this is fascinating and little understood by many.

      Hmmm, Buffalo is quite close to Canada . . .

  89. Jarek May 15, 2022 at 1:49 pm #

    Reading the classic “A Night to Remember” on the sinking of the Titanic. No one knew what to believe at first. It seemed so unreal since everything was proceeding as normal. The band was playing a ragtime, a very light, “gay” music adding to the surreality.

    Only the designer was sure: The sinking was a mathematical certainty within a few short hours. Thus the pace soon began to pick up as the ship began to list. Slowly and with much chaos, the boats begin to load, many still no believing it.

    Those in the boats got the show of a lifetime. The ship looked like a “sagging birthday cake” with all of its lights still on. The ship began to rapidly tilt, the band switched to hymns, barely heard above the din. Finally it went dark and soon after, vertical, a dark monolith against the stars, and slipped beneath the waves.

    One ship was a mere ten miles away, and never took any of the desperate calls seriously enough to respond. The Carpathia in contrast was speeding towards the field of boats. Some say many lives could have been saved if the Titanic had sped in the direction of the Carpathia which they knew was responding.

    The water temperature was very low and the cries of the survivors in the water soon ended. The women in the boats were numb, and refused to try and pick up the men. All of their lives men had given to them, giving back just didn’t make any sense to them – a completely alien concept. Why don’t they stop shouting and being annoying? Just die already.

    In any case, what a perfect analogy for our current situation. The band plays on, but that sinking feeling is inescapable to the most aware. The rest just can’t believe it!

    We weren’t hit by an iceberg. We were deliberately sailed into one after another.

    • elysianfield May 15, 2022 at 3:55 pm #

      “We weren’t hit by an iceberg. We were deliberately sailed into one after another.”

      Yesss, we are taunting the icebergs..Just lide “W” told the terrorists…”Bring it on”. Finland will attempt to enter into NATO alliance. Putin says it is a red line.

      Do you believe Putin to be a man of his word…or just an empty suit full of bluster?

      Putin, in my estimation, is serious. Will he act on his red line being crossed? I believe so…and with some justification.


    • GreenAlba May 15, 2022 at 6:14 pm #