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Well, naturally, Woke Hollywood staged a riot in tribute to George Floyd at this year’s Grammy awards, complete with “police” (actors) shooting a black man (another actor) in the back, a demagogic harangue for “justice, equity, policy, and everything else,” and a stage-set of burning buildings in the background — a harbinger of things-to-come? Haven’t riots become another form of entertainment this restless pandemic year of lockdowns and shutdowns? And how else might youth occupy itself, especially these fervid days that presage the loamy heavings of springtime?

It’s about “systemic racism,” you understand, because how else do you explain the rather spectacular failure-to-thrive in such a big demographic chunk of the US population? By an odd coincidence, in the slot just before the Grammys, CBS’s 60-Minutes showed how: spotlighting St. Louis’s Circuit Attorney (equivalent of DA) Kim Gardner’s battle with the city’s police department, who arrest too many black men. Left out of the argument by CBS correspondent Bill Whitaker was why they are arrested. Might it be for committing crimes, you know, robbing stuff, killing folks? 60-Minutes didn’t want to know and didn’t ask.

It happened anyway that the weekend was ripe for fighting in the streets. After the long, dull, semi-lockdown winter, riots resumed in the irascible West Coast cities of Seattle, Portland, and LA, purportedly in honor of Breonna Taylor, member of a Louisville, KY, drug-trafficking outfit who got shot in a police raid on her apartment after her boyfriend opened fire on the cops. This was a few years after the dead body of one Fernandez Bowman was found in her rent-a-car, and she was unable to explain to the police how it got there. She must have been turning her life around when she got shot. Now, it’s game-on for Antifa and BLM. The coronavirus hasn’t been hard enough on small business owners, so let’s smash some storefront windows and, by the way, attempt another insurrection at Portland’s long-besieged federal courthouse.

So far, not a peep out of Washington, Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi and company. They are still too busy objurgating over the January 6 “insurrection” at the US Capitol building, which has so far led to charges against 400 people. Federal prosecutors have asked for a 60-day delay in further action, saying, “While most of the cases have been brought against individual defendants, the government is also investigating conspiratorial activity that occurred prior to and on January 6, 2021.” Yet last week federal prosecutor Kathryn Rakoczy told federal district court Judge Amit Mehta that there was “no evidence of conspiracy” in the matter. I guess we’ll have to wait for the new Attorney General Merrick Garland to sort all that out.

Meanwhile, up in Minneapolis, where jury selection is underway in the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd, the City Council approved 13-to-0 a $27-million wrongful death civil settlement to Mr. Floyd’s family. Say, what…? The way it’s supposed to work is that a civil case for wrongful death follows the criminal trial — for how would you know what’s rightful or wrongful in a matter before the facts in the case have been adjudicated?  Sounds like Hennepin County, MN, may not be the right venue for these proceedings.

Should Mr. Chauvin face a jury that will likely have heard news reports that the city council already decided the verdict, and in the most imprecise terms possible? “Mr. Floyd died because the weight of the entire Minneapolis Police Department was on his neck,” Floyd family Attorney Ben Crump said when the suit was filed. Systemic racism, you see. Following the George Floyd riots last year, the Minneapolis City Council announced its plan to defund the police. In February 2021, the council announced the release of $6.4-million to hire more police, following a dramatic uptick in crime. Such are the strange inconsistencies of life under the crypto-Jacobin revolution in America today.

Speaking of Joe Biden, alleged to be president, he was oddly absent altogether on the front page of Monday’s New York Times, leading the curious to wonder if last Tuesday night’s Coronavirus Action speech drained his dwindling mojo for the rest of the month. The curious might also seek to know why Mr. Biden’s “team” is still so wound up about eradicating Coronavirus, yet eager to let tens of thousands cross the border illegally from Mexico, many of them live vectors of the virus, who are then bussed all over the USA under the revived “catch-and-release” policy. Mr. Biden’s “honeymoon” period is about over. The country had not quite discovered just how leaderless it is. Will it come as a shock to find out? After all, isn’t this what you voted for?


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919 Responses to “This Is What You Voted For”

  1. rainmaker March 15, 2021 at 10:11 am #

    George Floyd – worth more dead than alive.

    • malthuss March 15, 2021 at 10:46 am #

      O M G

    • Pollychrome March 15, 2021 at 12:09 pm #

      Honored Mr. Kunstler, 

      Why assume that “This Is What You Voted For” as if we’re the silly Zombie “Woke”? I voted against Biden, Clinton, and the second Obama term, and know that many others did, too.

      I look forward to your oft-brilliant essays and help out as a “Patreonic Patron” because I do care about our structural “civility” of both political Freedom with Justice and graceful Architecture amidst Tree-Filled Beauty. 

      I hope you’re cheered knowing that reader-friends are with you trying to work as generously as you do to defend just Institutions and lovely Forested Lands.

      • Pollychrome March 15, 2021 at 12:11 pm #

        Sorry, I meant to post this at the end of the Comments.

      • Rulo Deschamps March 15, 2021 at 5:46 pm #

        “political Freedom with Justice and graceful Architecture amidst Tree-Filled Beauty.” Pollychrome, I like that very much. Yes.

      • Bill7 March 15, 2021 at 8:37 pm #

        I though Mr. Kunstler’s title for today’s column was odd, and seems
        a little like the inflammatory stuff one in inundated with most everywhere these days, whether on the DARPANet or not:

        1) I didn’t mcVote for Apparition Biden (sat out the mcElection in protest)

        2) What does “vote” have to do with anything, these days? Nothing. The apparition was decided-upon last March, under curious circumstances; and surely
        not by us mcVoters.. all that happened around the OMG COBID! bit
        came into full swing..

        #paidtoNot See

        • Bill7 March 15, 2021 at 8:40 pm #

          Apologies for the typos- I hope the meanings are clear enough.

          “Some call this old age or stupidity..”

      • Justin March 16, 2021 at 11:19 am #

        It seems that the title of this article was only directed at those who voted for Biden, not those who voted against him.

        As for the very unusual civil suit being filed before the criminal trial, that does seem unprecedented, under ordinary trial rules. Is it not?

        Also, the city settling that civil suit before the criminal trial is much more than unusual. It is definitely unheard of, and unprecedented.

        I’m surprised that Chauvin’s attorneys have not already filed for a change of venue for that trial. Maybe they did, and it was denied?

  2. NickelthroweR March 15, 2021 at 10:13 am #


    I am very curious how racist Joe is going to deal with all the unrest that will be coming now that Spring is in the air. I am also very curious as to how long the Feds can continue to produce 1/3’rd of all household income as its tax revenues slowly work their way to zero.

    Let me tell you this: civilization is tissue paper thin and once that is torn we will have “prison rules” and that will be followed by continental wide genocide of the minority races. There is no way to avoid it at this point in time and promising one group or another “reparations” is only going to make it a lot worse.

    • JohnAZ March 15, 2021 at 10:28 am #


      By which side? The Whites seem to just want to deny everything.

    • rainmaker March 15, 2021 at 10:29 am #

      I’m wondering how a 27 million dollar payment to George Floyd’s family is justice for the citizens of Minneapolis? What about the destroyed businesses and ruined livelihoods? If I was a taxpayer or working person who lived in Minneapolis, I would vote with my feet and get the he!! out of there.

      • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 10:38 am #

        The council basically told local business owners to make sure they have good insurance, and maybe invest in more security.

        No joke.

        • Lynx March 17, 2021 at 10:02 am #

          And damn sure don’t try to defend yourself. Just look at the McClosekys or Kyle Rittenhouse if you haven’t learned that lesson yet.

      • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 10:42 am #

        “If I was a taxpayer or working person who lived in Minneapolis, I would vote with my feet and get the he!! out of there.”

        Many are, in droves. Outer suburb and fringe-rural property values are going through the roof as a result.

        • malthuss March 15, 2021 at 10:52 am #

          how can people tolerate the weather and bugs?

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 11:01 am #


            Tradeoffs have consequences, indeed.

          • cjf7684 March 15, 2021 at 11:13 am #

            Actually the bitter cold acts as a cleansing agent. Problem is, over the last 3 decades the winters have been getting milder.

        • rainmaker March 15, 2021 at 11:25 am #

          Not far enough. I was thinking they should move to a different state. One with less “diversity”.

          • Uncle Bob March 15, 2021 at 3:42 pm #

            Don’t you go California’ing Texas or Florida. Bad enough they’re settling these walking coronavirus cultures throughout rural areas (including central New York) — we don’t need to help the Left destroy America’s few remaining bulwarks.

            How many problems in the Twin Cities result from having elected a bigamist, incestuous, America-hating lunatic Congresswoman who wants to replace capitalism with the communist warlord government she knows and understands?

          • MaryV March 15, 2021 at 5:43 pm #

            That’s what I did. Got the hell out of a messed up blue police state and moved to a red state.

        • cjf7684 March 15, 2021 at 11:37 am #

          Not so easy. Houses for sale in the outer rings are few and for those that are you can expect a bidding war.

    • bluedog March 15, 2021 at 12:53 pm #

      Why Joe isn’t going to do a damn thing just like Trump when it all broke out just hunker down in their bunker maybe pop out for a photo op. and then pop make into their hole. The time to have ended it was when it first started rather than letting it like a cancer spread from state to state while crying where’s all the free stuff, now both parties are in this up to their necks both serve the same masters and get their payoffs under the table and it’s not going to change for now it’s simply a fact of life.!

    • abbybwood March 15, 2021 at 2:59 pm #

      I am very curious why every elected Democrat is demanding Cuomo should resign, primarily for all the skirt-chasing and brow-beating, but Biden is cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs and has the nuclear codes to blow up the planet yet not a peep from the MSM (except for Hannity) or one single member of Congress.

      About 30 Democrat members of the House sent Biden a letter saying they wanted him to share responsibility with the nuclear weapons codes but they didn’t explain the reason why.

      • Beryl of Oyl March 15, 2021 at 3:27 pm #

        Cuomo has a lot of dirt he can spill to prevent being investigated and charged over the nursing home deaths.

        If the Democrats go along with the Biden charade, a lid stays on a lot of dirt.

        If Andrew just leaves quietly, he can avoid prison. Andrew is betting on avoiding prison because if he goes down, so do many others.

        We are seeing warfare between the old Democrat power structure and the new far left, that’s part of the reason the apparent winners are still acting so scared.

        THis is normal after a communist takeover.

        • abbybwood March 15, 2021 at 8:03 pm #

          I want to party with you!

        • MaryV March 15, 2021 at 8:51 pm #

          Cuomo can’t spill any dirt.

          Everyone at his level – or any high level – has made a Faustinian pact, and have compromised themselves in ways they can be blackmailed for – and jailed.

          So, they can’t retaliate if someone decides to oust them. They follow orders.

      • Bill7 March 15, 2021 at 9:02 pm #

        > I am very curious why every elected Democrat is demanding Cuomo should resign, primarily for all the skirt-chasing and brow-beating

        Looks like just more mcTheater to me.. weren’t we hearing for months
        that badly mcEvil Perpetrators were going to be Brought to Justice
        by Barr / Horowitz / Durham™ ? Crickets..

        Instead, one two-bit flunky (Clinemith) gets a slap on the wrist.

        Who coulda guessed it’d go like that?


  3. shotho March 15, 2021 at 10:14 am #

    “Isn’t this what you voted for”? Well, yes, not me personally, but the majority of the country. Apparently, they wanted racism, climate change, higher taxes, interventionism, gun control, virus, virus, virus. So,, now we have it. The end of social order is hastening and that is a good thing, except the result will not be.

    • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 12:36 pm #

      The evidence says otherwise. That’s why courts wouldn’t look – they knew that a great wrong had been done and they didn’t want to get their hands dirty by touching it. Which means their hearts and minds are already filthy.

      • Ron Anselmo March 15, 2021 at 1:52 pm #

        Correct Janos.

      • Uncle Bob March 15, 2021 at 3:46 pm #

        Plus the gutless weasel, John Roberts, was afraid they’d pack the courts and send anyone to the right if Laurence Tribe back down to the US Circuit Courts while elevating leftist maniacs to the Supreme Court — which could still happen.

        • benr March 15, 2021 at 9:41 pm #

          It is far worse than gutless John Roberts has huge issues with skeletons in his closet.
          His adopted kids and where they actuall came from and his alleged visit to pedo island among many things.

          • Uncle Bob March 16, 2021 at 12:48 pm #

            I’ve heard whispers about Pedo Island, but there’s been no solid proof. However, it seems they have something big on him beyond his being another Bush appointee.

            And Amy Coney Barrett and Brett Cavanaugh were supposedly such anti-Prog scourges, yet they’re moderates at best. Is there real dirt on them, too, or are they just typical Republican-nominated justices who think it’s best to swing left so they can attend DC soirees?

          • Islander March 16, 2021 at 10:44 pm #

            Hm, I always thought Roberts looked a bit soft around the edges—a funny cast in his big blue bland eyes . . .

    • Lynx March 17, 2021 at 10:07 am #

      —–“Isn’t this what you voted for”? Well, yes, not me personally, but the majority of the country.—–

      I know it has disappeared down the memory hole but I personally have serious doubts about the integrity of that election. IMO, there is a significant probability that the election was stolen and the majority of the country didn’t voted for old senile Joe. Of course, no investigation from the winners/thieves, so we will never know.

  4. avartist March 15, 2021 at 10:20 am #

    America has let the lunacy of political correctness take over and in the process abandoned all common sense. Next they will be testing the effects of sustained G forces on pregnant women in those ‘maternity’ flight suits Old Joe mentioned in his stoic speech last week. As for George Floyd there has to be more to this story, basically why did Derek Chauvin keep his knee on Floyd’s neck for so long after he had become unconscious. Was it a personal vendetta, because it sure looked like one.

    • Beryl of Oyl March 15, 2021 at 10:37 am #

      There was only one reason for Obama’s puppet to be talking about maternity wear for women in the military.

      To create strife and division in America.

      Military women have maternity leave, and I have never met an expectant mother with high levels of physical activity who isn’t very concerned about the effect strenuous exercise or exertion will have on her baby, and isn’t in constant touch with her doctor about this.

      Show me the women asking for maternity flight wear, or for that matter the heavily pregnant women still on the job.

      • draupnir March 15, 2021 at 1:36 pm #

        A friend of my daughter’s enlisted right after high school, wanting to travel and see the world. After basic, she was sent for further training and discovered that seeing the world meant Iraq or Afghanistan, which were not what she had in mind. She got herself pregnant. She had three children on the militaries dime during a four-year enlistment and never left the states.

        • Tate March 15, 2021 at 9:00 pm #

          What, she couldn’t have topped it off with gender-reassignment surgery on the militaries taxpayer’s dime to top it off, lol?

          • benr March 15, 2021 at 9:49 pm #

            Hah the love boat got under way and half the women got knocked up to get out of deploying!
            I spent five years on Fast Frigate out of San Diego and went to a shore command for two years but when the Love boat got under way they tried to pull me from my two years at a shore command to cover a six month deployment to cover for a recently knocked up female.
            Lucky for me my command said no but I was pissed as I had my own two year old at home at the time.
            I got out after that because the sea shore rotation was so bad.

            “Thirty-six crew members of the supply ship Acadia were pregnant and had to be transferred during the ship’s deployment to the Persian Gulf, naval officials say.

            More than half became pregnant after the ship was under way, but a Navy spokesman, Lieut. Comdr. Jeff Smallwood, said there were no indications of improper fraternization between men and women on the ship.”

            They also discovered some of the females with wads of cash during a health and safety inspection. So there is that as well.

          • Tate March 15, 2021 at 10:24 pm #

            There’s no hope. None whatsoever.

      • Islander March 16, 2021 at 10:46 pm #

        Women are not supposed to fly at all in the last three or maybe it is four months of pregnancy. Probably they shouldn’t fly at all as soon as they learn they are pregnant.

  5. JohnAZ March 15, 2021 at 10:26 am #

    Their is a senior gang, somewhere, that is very successfully undercutting the basic identity of the US, by dividing us between our diverse ethnic groups. The local boys, the Deep State, led by the Progressive element, are effective soldiers in this war.

    I do note that most of the Progressive group are people that have no connection to the patriotic America, no service, foreign born, no appreciation that whereas the US is not perfect, it is so much better than any other human governmental development. These are folks that just want to destroy, they do not want to build. They do not have a single clue what to put in the place of the Constitution they want to destroy. They are insane, in the classical sense, thinking if things just go away, all the problems are solved. The French figured out during their revolution that the Progressives were the real danger to France, and the ending of their revolution was the beheading of all the Progressives.

    Trump is the designated survivor of the Patriots. People are waiting for him to rise up and destroy the woke cause. Uh, it is not going to happen, he could not stop the Left as president, could not even stop the electoral debacle when he saw it coming. He is one man, outnumbered by thousands.

    If this country wants to be saved and returned to sanity, it will only be done at the ballot box. That is if the Uniparty allows another election. More importantly, that is if the US is now indeed the insane population that it seems to be.

    I vote for the latter. Patriots are a dying breed.

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    • hmuller March 15, 2021 at 10:39 am #

      JohnAZ, The Powers That Be have ensured that the ballot box will never again be a problem for them: Dominion software, tens of millions of unverified mail-in ballots, no checks on illegal aliens voting, etc. No, they need not fear the ballot box anymore than Stalin did.

      • Rulo Deschamps March 15, 2021 at 5:43 pm #

        “they need not fear the ballot box anymore than Stalin did” – hmuller, indeed. And Stalin is what we’ll get at some point, I’m afraid.

        Have you watched “The death of Stalin” with the always great Steve Buscemi? Black comedy at its best. You may enjoy it.


        • abbybwood March 15, 2021 at 8:13 pm #

          Steve Bushemi was also fantastic in “Trees Lounge”.

          He plays an alcoholic who drives an ice cream truck and gets involved with Steven Baldwin’s? character’s daughter.

          • abbybwood March 15, 2021 at 8:15 pm #

            I forgot to add: underage daughter.

          • Bill7 March 15, 2021 at 8:26 pm #

            Agree that Buscemi was *very* good in Trees Lounge; also, in King of New York, and in The Big Lebowski; the latter two in quieter takes.

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 9:00 pm #

            I respect an actor who can play a worthless piece of shit. Most want to be loved, I don’t see that in Buscemi. In his roles I see the character, not the actor – pretty rare. And he’s not pretty and doesn’t try to be.

            So how long until he gets cancelled?

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 10:55 am #

      John AZ – “They do not have a single clue what to put in the place of the Constitution they want to destroy.”

      Good point. Though I’d imagine they could have Jon Favreau work up a quick something or other. Or maybe Judd Apatow? It’ll have to have some nonsensical flair, maybe some good special fx, and a couple of light chuckles built in.

      • thirdcoastlegend March 15, 2021 at 12:09 pm #

        I was thinking Joss Whedon.

        He can write in a 95 lb woman taking out Delta Force squads in hand-to-hand combat.

        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 1:04 pm #

          Ha…and the new Constitution must be sequel-friendly.

    • Beryl of Oyl March 15, 2021 at 11:12 am #

      They don’t have a clue, because they are clueless as to who they are actually working for.

      No one even knows for sure who is running the presidency.

      Probably Obama through all his people he’s put back in place, but who is running Obama?

      • Uncle Bob March 15, 2021 at 3:53 pm #

        Easy: Soros, Steyer, Gates, Buffett, Zuckerberg, etc. But who runs THEM? Okay, ultimately, Ba’al, aka Satan, but who’s in between the financier class and the Dark One?

        • Tate March 15, 2021 at 10:27 pm #

          Lucifer, the Light One.

          • Uncle Bob March 16, 2021 at 12:51 pm #

            Already covered him with Ba’al/Satan. And to think, a copy of the main gate to the Temple of Ba’al was erected in New York City during the Obama years. I’m sure that was just a coincidence.

          • Tate March 16, 2021 at 6:24 pm #

            Did not know about that. But they (Bergoglio) installed Pachymama in Rome although it was done during the last four years if memory serves. Some stalwarts came into the church & seized the idol then dumped it into the river.

        • Lynx March 17, 2021 at 10:18 am #

          Those people are globalists. They are not Americans but money people. They go to where the money is and by any means possible, suck it all out. And when the husk is dry and the natives get mean, they move to the next honey pot. They have no obligation but to money and themselves. Wolves amongst the sheep.

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    • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 12:40 pm #

      The Tree is thirsty, John.

    • Hereward the Woke March 15, 2021 at 12:54 pm #

      Ballot boxes? Voting? How quaint. I think voting has gone the way of the dirndl and servant class. I can already predict the winner of the 2022 and 2024 elections: Dominion. If 2020 voter fraud is not sorted out – and there are zero signs it will be – then voting is a waste of time. Might as well expect Q to save us.

      • Rulo Deschamps March 15, 2021 at 1:51 pm #

        “I can already predict the winner of the 2022 and 2024 elections: Dominion. If 2020 voter fraud is not sorted out – and there are zero signs it will be – then voting is a waste of time.”

        My thoughts exactly, Hereward.

      • abbybwood March 15, 2021 at 3:24 pm #

        I’m still trying to figure out what “the plan” was.

      • MaryV March 15, 2021 at 5:48 pm #

        I concur. There have been no fair elections probably ever. It’s not about to change.

      • Tate March 15, 2021 at 10:36 pm #

        Dirndls? Don’t they sell them in costume shops for jaded bo-bo’s?

      • edpell March 17, 2021 at 11:47 am #

        agree it is Dominion from here on out

    • sanspeur March 15, 2021 at 1:20 pm #

      We all know what comes after the ballot box is corrupted. The only issue is they have priced the ammo box to the moon. Those sitting on 100ks of rounds will be exchanging ammo rounds for silver rounds in the not to far away future.

    • Bill7 March 15, 2021 at 8:49 pm #

      > Their [sic?] is a senior gang, somewhere, that is very successfully undercutting the basic identity of the US, by dividing us between our diverse ethnic groups.

      Thanks for saying this, John Az; I think you’ve cut to the heart of the
      matter here..

      From a *hundred different angles* are the elites’ minions now working to destabilize and divide the citizenry, and thence destroy civil society.

  6. MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 10:28 am #

    It is indeed a travesty that the Mpls City Council already conceded wrongdoing before the criminal trial has even begun, let alone concluded. They literally shrugged their shoulders and wrote a city check (i.e., money that isn’t theirs, of course).

    Bet the mortgage that they did it to try to make themselves look good ahead of the storm, in the event that the actual trial doesn’t pan out the way protesters want. To mitigate the forthcoming “peaceful protesting”, you see. Good luck with that. Plus they still already gave up the dough, the moral authority and any sense of respect.

    I would love to see someone with city proper residence show up at the next council meeting and tear them a new one for being the ineffectual, woke chuckleheads they are…it would of course fall on deaf ears and that person would be escorted out promptly after the sixty seconds of sand ran out…but at least it would be recorded for all to see if they choose.

    • abbybwood March 15, 2021 at 11:04 am #

      And his/her/its/their car would probably get good and keyed, not to mention this person could be physically harmed or followed home and hurt and get doxxed and on and on.

      You can cut the intimidation with a knife right now.

      • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 12:55 pm #

        Abby – valid point.

        Pretty scary that that’s where we’re at. I can’t speak there, because I don’t live in the city. But even if I could…I’d certainly have to weigh the consequences first.

        Folks have families. Most do, particularly at a certain age and stage in life where they realize you’re starting to see what the hell is actually going on. Speaking out has become dangerous. And writing a letter to such people would be meaningless.

        One side has sacked up (even if they are confounding and annoying in their methods). Will the other? If not, we’re failing miserably.

        George Washington would walk up and smack them across the face with his glove, take the microphone and declare to the peanut gallery, “Are these not some of the stupidest ideas you have ever seen from those claiming authority?”.

        But then…different times, different prevailing conventions, different levels of risk aversion. Balls are in short supply, particularly in opposition to those who play the knockout game for fun.

        What to do…

        • Rulo Deschamps March 15, 2021 at 1:48 pm #

          “You can cut the intimidation with a knife right now” – very good observation. True.

          “George Washington would walk up and smack them across the face with his glove, take the microphone and declare to the peanut gallery, “Are these not some of the stupidest ideas you have ever seen from those claiming authority?”.” Mr Mango, isn’t it a bit like the king’s new clothes? The old story that everybody was pretending to see the clothes until a child or the village idiot pointed out that he was naked? Truth becomes revolutionary in a system based on lies.

        • abbybwood March 15, 2021 at 3:34 pm #

          Imagine being a juror in the Chauvin trial?

          Especially if all the jurors are leaning toward acquittal in the jury room as they listen to the mad throngs outside with their pallets of bricks sitting at choice locations.

          With homes and wives and husbands and kids waiting in the wings.

          At least in the movie “Twelve Angry Men” all they were concerned about was their verdict.

          Now these twelve might be worried about their families and homes and city being torched and destroyed.

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 4:25 pm #

            Actually, I wouldn’t mind being a juror in the Chauvin trial. Let’s hear the evidence. Let’s have a verdict. And if I came down on the wrong side, then come and torch my city – I’ll be waiting.

    • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 12:43 pm #

      What sickos Minneapolitians must be to elect such children in adult bodies.

      During the early violence, I saw a couple up therepraising the Mob for burning down their craft beer brewery. They then started a charity in support of BLM. Flexible!

      • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 12:57 pm #

        Most of them are too comfortable and view the fracas as far away from them in real life. So they can be publicly woke and still live their lives as normal.

        Clearly that will change someday, as it always does. The question is how they will react.

  7. Mountain gal March 15, 2021 at 10:34 am #

    There’s absolutely no way that Chauvin, or the other cops, can get a fair trial in Minneapolis, especially given the 27 million dollar settlement; yeah, a civil admission of guilt before any criminal trial? Crazy. Guess they figure that will suffice to keep them from burning the city (for now).

    My state has a relatively low number of black residents but many seem to have a propensity for committing violent or seriously illegal crimes such as high level drug dealing, shooting people and the like. So the woke left here is all up in arms over how many blacks get arrested and are in jail here as if that was somehow indicative of biased police action. But as these guys aren’t being arrested for shoplifting a package of Ring Dings from the convenience store, their higher numbers of arrests is justified. But no matter, we’re all supposed to flail ourselves with chains and repent for our systemic racism.

    Jim- For those of us who would like to contribute(beyond buying your books) but don’t want to sign up for Patreon with a monthly/yearly contribution, do you have a way to do this? Like a “donate” button that goes through pay-pal or something to allow one-time donations?

    • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 12:45 pm #

      Yes, equity means letting a lot of Blacks commit crimes with no consequences. In other words, it means mayhem and chaos.

  8. MiddlePeninsula March 15, 2021 at 10:34 am #

    I am glad I missed the Grammys. I reject the notion of “systematic racism”. I see plenty of successful, hardworking folks of color. The war on poverty from the 1960’s destroyed the family structure and allowed irresponsible behavior that has now become multi-generational. I have no idea how to fix it. Perhaps a good start would be to speak English that other folks can understand and stop acting like a permanent victim. There are tons of opportunities for folks of color and no one in my career experience was more highly prized than a competent woman of color.

    • malthuss March 15, 2021 at 10:48 am #

      I saw some news clips..dreadful.

      unavision, similar. see ‘vigilant citizen.com’

    • SW March 15, 2021 at 10:52 am #

      I skipped the Grammys too. What passes for music sounds more like screeching to me but then I’m happy just listening to the old station that plays music where the artists sounded like they’d taken music lessons and had natural talent.

      I worked in a hospital where the Director of Nursing was a black man and he hired many blacks — RNs, LVNs and aides. Excepting the usual, occasional personality conflicts, we all got along fine. I have found that competent blacks value their coworkers based on competence and courtesy — just like whites.

      There’s no doubt that before the Civil Rights Act and the abolishment of the Jim Crow laws, blacks fought an uphill battle. But they fought it with stronger family ties (it seems to me) and fathers were present in the home. I guess there’re many reasons why the black community now is failing as a group but glorifying criminals has to be one of them.

      • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 1:18 pm #

        Music. Drove to the store listening to Joaquin Rodrigo (Concerto Andaluz) – no words, none needed. Walked into the store to hear some rich pampered self-obsessed little girl droning: “This is my fight song…”

        • debt March 15, 2021 at 3:57 pm #

          Indeed. I’ve been listening to Mozart symphonies in the truck lately. What a wealth of music that man left behind. But then I am hugely puzzled at the lack of musical creativity I hear from current pop music. It’s good when classic rock is playing in the stores. “Ah, get born, keep warm, short pants, romance, learn to dance…”

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 5:01 pm #

            While the “classic rock” we (I assume) listened to may have been full of exhortations to indulge in sex, drugs, and of course heaps of Rock and Roll, at least it had dimension, and characteristics that would define it as music.

            Old folks in my generation told me, and now I tell you young dipsticks: “Your ‘music’ is just a bunch of (^%@#$) noise!”

        • Uncle Bob March 15, 2021 at 4:06 pm #

          Ahh, yes. Hillary’s campaign anthem from 2016.

    • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 12:47 pm #

      No one? And that is part of the injustice – Blacks and Women are being put above Whites and Men. Yet still it is not enough. What will be? I suggest we not find out. I’m certain the answer will not be acceptable to us.

  9. MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 10:35 am #

    “Haven’t riots become another form of entertainment this restless pandemic year of lockdowns and shutdowns?”

    This is a sad truth.

    For those in the wrong neighborhood at the wrong time, it is definitely not entertainment. But to the 99.99999997% who are elsewhere at that time…it’s at least a bit of an adrenaline rush to hear about or (especially) watch.

    Remember watching night one of the Shock & Awe of Baghdad live on TV back in 2003? Same feeling. The reality on the ground doesn’t outweigh the heightened senses and wonderment of those viewing from afar.

    • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 11:14 am #

      I’m reminded of the legendary Brian Williams rhapsodizing how he is “guided by the beauty of our weapons”. It would be nice to hear this poet laureate’s perspective on the blazing passion uniting our community members to build a more equitable nation.

  10. stelmosfire March 15, 2021 at 10:36 am #

    I know of a guy in town who was caught with a dead body in his trunk and a gun in the car. If I recall he was fined $5-10 thousand dollars and received a lifetime ban on ever owning a gun again. The catch was it was probably 2 or 3 months before deer season.

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    • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 11:21 am #

      I went to school with a guy who was caught with a dead body in his trunk – no gun as far as I know. He is white. He is in prison. C’mon white people, burn some shit down!

      • hmuller March 15, 2021 at 11:36 am #

        Blackbird, you reminded me of a story about a black woman who killed a white man with her car. This is from wikipedia. I’m sure the MSM will never bring it up. She was sentenced to 50 years, though I suppose Biden might pardon her in the name of racial justice.


        Chante Jawan Mallard (born June 22, 1976)[3] is a woman from Fort Worth, Texas. On October 26, 2001, Mallard’s Chevrolet Cavalier[4] struck the homeless pedestrian Gregory Glenn Biggs; at the time Mallard was believed to have been driving while intoxicated by a combination of marijuana, ecstasy and alcohol.[5] The force of the impact sent Biggs flying through the windshield, lodging him there.

        Mallard then drove home, leaving the injured Biggs stuck in her windshield, and parked her car in her garage.

        After the accident, Mallard did not notify the police nor did she get Biggs any medical attention, even though she was a former nurse’s aide.[6] Instead, she went inside and had sex with her boyfriend.[1]

        Occasionally, she would return to the garage to check on his status. When Biggs died a day or two later,[1] still in the windshield of her car in her garage, she called a male friend, Clete Jackson, for assistance. Mallard, Jackson, and Jackson’s cousin Herbert Tyrone Cleveland took the body to a park and left it there, even going so far as to set fire to part of the car in an attempt to disguise the evidence. The three were each convicted on charges of tampering with evidence for this action.[7]

        Mallard became a suspect after she was reported talking and laughing about the incident at a party some four months after the events.[8] “I hit this white man”, Mallard allegedly told acquaintance Maranda Daniel, laughing.[9]

        • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 11:56 am #

          Big contrast with the guy I knew. Pulled over for a broken taillight, the cop noticed the suspect was “acting nervous”, which led to a search. Ms. Mallard, in contrast, seems to have kept her cool in what I assume was, for her, an unusual situation. Some folks just seem to be naturally competent at raping, robbing and killing.

        • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 12:51 pm #

          Psychopathology is not rare in them. Or was it just that being White, he wasn’t human in her eyes? In other words, she would have done the right thing for a Black?

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 1:19 pm #

            Can’t it be both? Yes it can!

  11. ThorsHammer March 15, 2021 at 10:37 am #

    I hope nobody missed last week’s entertainment. President Obiden was scheduled to answer one carefully scripted question from the press to demonstrate his administration’s open policy. However he wandered off stage, presumably having caught the scent of a woman who’s hair he wanted to sniff. Fortunately his secret service staff intervened in time and ejected the press from the scene.

    The incident did answer one outstanding question— what method are his handlers planning to use when it becomes necessary to remove him from office and replace him with the HO to fulfill the Hillary mandate of installing a pant suit wearer in the Oval Office? Using the Constitutional method of removing him for reasons of mental disability is messy at best. Far better to just have him die in office so he can be canonized to sainthood. A brief close up shot disclosed what method has been chosen. They have the old grifter bundled up behind two close fitting face masks. The resulting oxygen deprivation is poisoning his few remaining functioning brain cells. Under orders from “Dr;”Fausi that will soon be raised to three masks, and if that doesn’t do the job, four will surely suffice.

    PS: Long term wearing of even a single mast reduces the oxygen saturation from the normal of 21% to 17-18%—- below the level recommended by the CDC for safe breathing air for humans.

    • Beryl of Oyl March 15, 2021 at 10:48 am #

      Some masks come with cautions against “extended use” printed right on the package.

      Or at least they did until they resurrected the “wear a mask” baloney.

      I see the same masks being sold online by the manufacturer, as COVID protection.

      They also managed to persuade a great many that the paper surgical masks, which bear a disclaimer on the box saying they do not and cannot prevent transmission of a virus, will stop a virus.

      Yes I’ve said this before, but no matter how many times it is said, someone comes out with a new ridiculous mask claim or demand.

      • C.O.Jones March 15, 2021 at 11:13 am #

        With an average IQ of 98, ‘Merkins barely look up from their phones when told to wear 2 masks.


        They blindly accept that sunshine and fresh air are bad for them so why not wear a diaper that traps germs and bacteria right there on their non-comprehending, dimwitted face?

        Simpletons are rolling up their sleeves for a dose of untested genetic alteration. They don’t know the difference between a vaccine and genetic modification so some honestly believe it will keep them from dying.

        Worse, they are easily whipped into a frenzy to castigate anyone who disagrees.

        We have passed the tipping point – no going back.

        • Night Owl March 15, 2021 at 11:31 am #

          Nice post. Good to see another big brain join the fray.

          Staying afloat in a sea of idiots gets more difficult by the day.

        • Beryl of Oyl March 15, 2021 at 11:37 am #

          I noticed a picture of Andrew Cuomo outside the governor’s mansion in Albany recently.
          Not the one with the blankie and the bottle, the one with his daughter, walking side by side, maskless.

          If you did that in NYC someone would come after you.

          BTW now Fauci says that three feet is probably enough.
          When will people get it, that he’s just making stuff up?

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 11:59 am #

            Three feet with two masks, right? By my calculations, six masks should allow a Tokyo bus-level of togetherness.

          • Uncle Bob March 15, 2021 at 4:16 pm #

            Never. Because he’s an expert. Worse, an expert who has been elevated to godhood by nitwits with TV-R degrees and an ability to read copy, but no ability to engage in actual critical thinking. Ergo, since.Fauxi is the smartest and most noble of us all, and since we’ve been fed that steaming pile for over a year, there’s little likelihood that enough independent thinkers will “get it” to make a difference.

          • abbybwood March 15, 2021 at 4:59 pm #

            But Fauci said it was okay to go on Tinder and swipe right or left for a quickie?

        • abbybwood March 15, 2021 at 12:04 pm #

          I am 71 and the lobbying going on with my sons and all their friends and the ex and his wife and the neighbor lady etc. for me to get the jab is intense!

          “UCLA offered you the jab and you passed?!”

          “CVS called to put you on the list and you passed?!”

          I tell them I am holding out for the Russian Sputnik jab and all their heads explode.

          With an IFR (Infection Fatality Rate) of 0.03%, I will roll the dice with D3, Zinc, C and Ivermectin (and my own immune system) and will continue to just say no.

          I’m really not into being in a world-wide clinical trial with “vaccines” that only had 8 weeks of testing (compared to 10-15 YEARS! with others).

          • thirdcoastlegend March 15, 2021 at 12:15 pm #

            Business Insider assures us there is no need to worry about the Moderna vax that was designed in two days.

          • Beryl of Oyl March 15, 2021 at 12:21 pm #

            Here’s a fun video where Dr. Fauci obviously didn’t see this guy coming:

            WOW: Unsuspecting Dr. Fauci grilled by Mexican comedian

            It’s scary, I know some very well-educated people who are completely unaware of the facts surrounding the vaccines.

            They think anybody against these is a kooky anti-vaxxer. I’m not even against these, I’m just against them being urged and later forced on an uninformed public.

            BTW most staunch Trump supporters I know wish he’d quit pushing vaccines.

          • GreenAlba March 15, 2021 at 12:23 pm #

            “I tell them I am holding out for the Russian Sputnik jab and all their heads explode.”

            Well, you have to admit choosing the only one that went straight to use in the population concurrently with the start of the phase 3 trials is unusual in a person who would prefer 10-15 years of testing.

            My head isn’t particularly explosive, but I might have given it a slight scratch in the circumstances.

          • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 12:59 pm #


            Greg Hunt, the man in charge of Australia’s roll out of Astra-Zenica was hospitalized one day after taking the jab of the same.

            This should inspire people to get it, right?

          • Mountain gal March 15, 2021 at 1:05 pm #

            And besides, if they get the vaccine they should be immune so why do they care about what we do as we won’t infect them? That’s what I fail to understand; the pressure to force everyone to get it when only those of us who choose to not get it should be susceptible to getting Covid. I’m not yet eligible for it but I’m not in any hurry as it is to get it when I am. And why take the risk to prevent something that is pretty unlikely to kill me anyway?

          • GreenAlba March 15, 2021 at 2:29 pm #

            Mountain gal

            “And besides, if they get the vaccine they should be immune so why do they care about what we do as we won’t infect them?”

            Absolutely agree and have said so before. I did what little I could for the non-vaccinees, after getting my own vaccination, by (a) signing the ‘no vaccine passports’ petition on the UK government website (they have to have a parliamentary debate when they reach a certain number of signatures) and (b) joining ‘Liberty’ (previously the National Council for Civil Liberties’, which is not in favour of them any more than I am.

            It’s perfectly possible to make a personal risk assessment that leads you to choose vaccination while not wishing for anyone else to have it if they don’t want it.

            I had an interesting conversation recently with my daughter who lives abroad. She wants to get the vax to be able to travel. I’d normally advise against bothering since she’s 35 and very fit. This led us to a discussion of the passport thing anyway, and we both agreed domestic use of vaccine passports is a civil liberties issue – no-one should be having to show a certificate to get a pint in a pub.

            But international travel is more problematic. She is booked on a five-week training course in Italy in June. She is also invited to the wedding of a good friend in the UK in May. There is not a period of 2 weeks to quarantine between these dates, even though the organisers of the course, which is apparently at the arse end of nowhere in Tuscany, have offered to let her quarantine with them. She can’t go from Britain to Italy because Italy doesn’t want Brits coming with their wretched variant, which spreads quickly, while their hospitals are getting full again.

            So are we saying that a sovereign nation, like Italy, is not entitled to say who can enter its borders and how? Which would mean, using the same principle, that the US would not have been entitled to refuse entry to or quarantine visitors from Wuhan at the start of the pandemic.

            Seems to me that if you refuse that right to sovereign nations, you’re promoting your own variety of globalism. (Not you personally!)

            Akmofo seemed to agree with this when he mentioned on the previous thread that you can’t have herd immunity in the absence of a herd. But he argued differently on a previous occasion when he was discussing the issue with me. I’m used to that on here of course.

            On that occasion, when I suggested that sovereign nations making their own decisions about visitors comes under ‘nationalism’, he claimed it was fascism. Except when it involves visitors to Israel, it appears.

            Whatever …

          • Pollychrome March 15, 2021 at 2:33 pm #

            Family faraway asked when I’ll have the shot and were deeply upset that I’m waiting at least for now.  They cried out that they feared I’ll die, despite being healthy in every way.  

            But we all get to choose.  And those dear Dears now understand that.

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 3:01 pm #

            Greenie, you seem to be saying that each individual should be allowed to make their own decisions regarding vaccination, etc. I agree absolutely. Any “nation” constructed of people not allowed to determine their future is no nation but a prison. Let us be free to disagree.

          • GreenAlba March 15, 2021 at 3:10 pm #

            I’m not sure we’re disagreeing at all, Blackbird.

            We both agree people should be free to go where they want within their own country, whether they’ve chosen to be vaccinated or not (once everyone has had the opportunity, at least).

            I’m not sure what you’re saying about international travel.

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 3:41 pm #

            Greenery, I’m not saying that we disagree, you seem rather reasonable so I assume you agree with me most of the time. I didn’t stake out any position regarding international travel, as that lies within the realm of international relations, and so is at most marginally affected by the opinions of a nation’s citizens, like you and me. But – and I’m sure you agree would with me – I would say that it is appropriate to allow the individual to make their own decisions regarding life, liberty, and the pursuit of haggis.

          • GreenAlba March 15, 2021 at 4:06 pm #

            OK, my misreading, BB, sorry. I thought you meant you and I should be free to disagree – on something I was missing!

            Absolutely re the pursuit of haggis and other things. Crafty little buggers, though, and hard to catch – sometimes it’s just easier to let the butcher do the work. 🙂

          • tahoe1780 March 15, 2021 at 5:17 pm #

            72 here and agreed. I’ve read that the reason vitamin D, hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin, etc. are denounced by agencies such as WHO, HHS, FDA, CDC is that non-approved “vaccines” can’t be granted Emergency Use Authorization if other effective therapies are available. If they acknowledged that cheap, readily available Ivermectin or hydroxychloroquine worked, they’d have to revoke the EAU’s authorizing billions for PHARMA. Inconvenient!

            “Simply put, an EUA enables the expedited authorization and use of an unapproved product or the off-label use of an already approved product in a declared emergency involving a chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear (CBRN) agent. These MCMs can include drugs, biological products, and devices that have the potential “to diagnose, treat, or prevent serious or life-threatening diseases or conditions caused by a CBRN agent when there are no adequate, approved, and available alternatives.”


          • MaryV March 15, 2021 at 6:02 pm #

            YOu are smart and to be commended for not caving into peer pressure that could ultimately kill you.

            People are actively clamoring to be included in a trial of a test vaccine – mental!

          • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 6:23 pm #

            It may be quite the opposite: the Unvaccinated (normal) people will be at risk from the Vaccinated, who will become a “race” of Typhoid Mary’s, dripping full of Covid – at least until they can no longer withstand it and succumb.

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 7:10 pm #

            tahoe1780 – ” I’ve read that the reason vitamin D, hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin, etc. are denounced by agencies such as WHO, HHS, FDA, CDC…”

            I’m with you there. But had never realized the obvious connection to EAU approval.

            I’d also point out (well, again…as I’ve done so a few times here before in past months), that the CDC’s own website doesn’t mention one word about how to keep your immune system strong. Nothing about exercise, diet, direct sunlight, and as you mentioned Vit D (or C or Zinc).

            They tell you to wash your hands, wear a mask, take your temp daily, stay distanced, and stay home if you have symptoms. Nothing at all about simple suggestions for strengthening your body in the event you do encounter a dangerous strain of bug.


          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 7:48 pm #

            Yoho, yes, I’ve read that myself, that the vaccinated will amplify the “virus” and spread it enthusiastically to the unvaccinated.

            Damned if you do, damned if you don’t. I’ll take the damned if you don’t, just on principle.

          • akmofo March 15, 2021 at 7:50 pm #


            How about where ever, Mrs Green?

            As in, please direct me to where I can find this specific conversation so I can better recall what was said, because I certainly don’t remember it in the same nuanced way you seem to.

          • Mountain gal March 16, 2021 at 5:14 am #

            And besides all of the ways that Covid can be treated, why are people not being told that one way to reduce their risk is to lose weight and get in shape? The statistics are out there now that show a definite correlation of numbers of Covid deaths and severe illnesses with the obesity rate of a country. The US has a very high level of obesity and a relatively high number of serious Covid cases and deaths. All we are told to do is hide in our homes wearing two masks and spray everything down with Lysol!

          • GreenAlba March 16, 2021 at 7:43 am #

            Mr Mofo

            Here ya go:

            GreenAlba February 22, 2021 at 10:23 am #

            That is why, despite having the vaccination myself, I have signed this petition.


            But it won’t affect Israel, unless British people wish to fly there, in which case it will be the Israeli government which decides what the Brits need to do.

            My view, which I have explained before, is that once everyone has been given the opportunity to be vaccinated, then both vaccinated and unvaccinated groups are responsible for their own safety. Obviously, there is an international dimension with travel, and each country has the right to say who can enter its borders. Isn’t that nationalism?

            akmofo February 22, 2021 at 10:42 am #

            Isn’t that nationalism?

            No, it’s not. It’s pure fascism. The institutions of government have long been hijacked by foreign interests that are largely antithetical to the general population. We are not regarded as independent sovereigns, we are regarded as a cash cow to be milked for what it’s worth and then be disposed of.

          • akmofo March 16, 2021 at 9:39 am #

            You’re deliberately conflating issues, Mrs Green.

            I was talking about the gov mafia project of mass vaccination as a cash cow for fascist corporations and the gov mafia fascist coercion involved in the project:

            no vaccinations = no work and no travel

            That’s not nationalism, that’s fascism! You know very well this is and always has been my consistent position. If you actually really read my reply, that message should have been clear to you as just another repetition of the same.

            The right and duty to control one’s sovereign borders is a cardinal feature of nationalism. You also know very well that if anything I am a fanatic nationalist. For you to somehow infer differently, goes beyond to the simply confused and I would say borders on the DISHONEST.

          • GreenAlba March 16, 2021 at 10:32 am #

            Jesus – you are unbelievable (literally).

            I referred specifically to a nation’s right to decide who enters its borders and whether they need to be vaccinated or to be quarantined, and suggested that right was a facet of nationalism.

            You said THAT was fascism, regardless of the witterings that followed.

            SO, do you defend Israel’s or Italy’s right to impose quarantines in the absence of vaccinations or not?

            Try not to be ambiguous.

          • akmofo March 16, 2021 at 11:16 am #

            No, again, read my reply.

            The whole conversation revolved around and specifically involved vaccination and travel rights, and that’s what my response was to. You can’t tell me I can’t travel because I’m not vaccinated, and claim that’s a natural nationalist prerogative of border control. That’s not nationalism, that’s fascism. And I don’t care how you try to frame the issue.

          • akmofo March 16, 2021 at 12:10 pm #

            SO, do you defend Israel’s or Italy’s right to impose quarantines in the absence of vaccinations or not?


            What do you think?
            How many times can I say the SAME DAMN THING?

            I’m against all vaccinations
            I’m against all quarantines
            I’m against all restrictions including the idiotic masks and 6″ nonsense

            I’m also particularly against the fascist gov mafia bio-labs that weaponize this shit

          • GreenAlba March 16, 2021 at 12:17 pm #

            “The whole conversation revolved around and specifically involved vaccination and travel rights […]”

            Er, yes, that’s what I said.

            ” You can’t tell me I can’t travel because I’m not vaccinated […]”

            What I can tell you is neither here nor there. We’re talking about individual nations (i.e.their border authorities) saying who can and can’t come in. So, for instance, I wouldn’t be allowed back in my own country during an Ebola epidemic if I was returning from a country where the epidemic was, without checks and quarantine. Same in lots of countries with yellow fever or cholera. The point is it’s never the traveller who gets to say they can go wherever they please, even if it says ‘without let or hindrance’ on their passport.

            it’s the receiving country, whether it’s Israel, Italy or Tuvalu, that gets to say whether you can come without a certificate or without quarantine. And I don’t see any way round that. Maybe you do. I haven’t flown for years, but I don’t require anyone to get vaccinated so that I can fly safely. I’ve made my own decision on that. But I can’t tell Israel how it should treat me or anyone else arriving at its international airports.

            Now, airlines, being businesses, will do what makes their business work smoothly, so they may seek to impose controls on their international passengers. But they’re doing it based on the above.

          • GreenAlba March 16, 2021 at 12:21 pm #

            “I’m against all vaccinations
            I’m against all quarantines
            I’m against all restrictions including the idiotic masks and 6? nonsense […]”

            And you have a right to be against all those things and more.

            But you don’t have a right to tell another sovereign nation who to accept at its borders and how.

          • akmofo March 16, 2021 at 12:24 pm #

            When and how has it become the norm that if a person is not vaccinated that person is not healthy?

            Just look at what these imbeciles did to the meat industry with their damn antibiotics. The most diseased and poisonous meat on the planet is that which has been exposed to their fsckn modern medical “genius”.

          • akmofo March 16, 2021 at 12:30 pm #

            But you don’t have a right to tell another sovereign nation who to accept at its borders and how.


            And we’re back again to the point of my original reply. They are NOT sovereign nations. “The institutions of government have long been hijacked by foreign interests that are largely antithetical to the general population.”

            If I have clean bill of health from my doctor, why am I suddenly unhealthy and a danger to the population if I refuse vaccination? Please explain that to me.

          • GreenAlba March 16, 2021 at 12:40 pm #

            “If I have clean bill of health from my doctor, why am I suddenly unhealthy and a danger to the population if I refuse vaccination? Please explain that to me.”

            I don’t have to explain it to you. I’m not a border official at any border you potentially wish to cross. Your argument is with them.

            And different countries have different regulations regarding people from different places, so your straw man about them not being sovereign nations is neither here nor there, general issues of globalisation notwithstanding.

            That’s why my daughter can go more easily from Singapore (which is a Covid ‘super-manager’) to Italy than she could from the UK, which has been comparatively rubbish at managing it and has its very own faster-spreading variant that other countries wish to avoid.

            Travelling to and within other sovereign nations is not a human right, it’s a convention of international law and bilateral/multilateral agreements. Or so it sees to me, being neither a lawyer nor a human rights expert.

          • akmofo March 16, 2021 at 1:00 pm #

            it’s a convention of international law and bilateral/multilateral agreements..

            Which has been hijacked by fascist corporations and their gov mafia. I, as a sovereign, have the right and the duty to resist and insist that this anti-democratic intrusion and illegal monopolistic coercion is dissolved.

          • GreenAlba March 16, 2021 at 1:37 pm #

            Well, I’m certainly not stopping you, Sovereign.

            You can start by petitioning your own government to let anyone in with any disease, as long as they personally claim to be healthy. That is your right too.

          • akmofo March 16, 2021 at 1:50 pm #

            let anyone in with any disease

            Again, with the purposeful dishonesty? Do you work for Pfizer or something?

          • GreenAlba March 16, 2021 at 1:56 pm #

            Anyone without any obvious disease?

            Anyone even with asymptomatic disease?

            I’m not sure where your personal borders lie on the matter, but it’s not the issue. Whatever people you find are currently not allowed into Israel for health reasons you find spurious are those for whom you may petition. The important thing to remember is that it is with your own government that you need to start.

          • akmofo March 16, 2021 at 2:17 pm #

            A fascist government insisting to cause me personal injury by way of criminal deadly assault, to which no one can even have legal recourse for compensation is not my government, is it.

            We are living in a Vatican/CIA satanic world where normal right thinking persons simply have no political representation. We are under a hostile foreign global occupation, as I said already for many many years now.

        • thirdcoastlegend March 15, 2021 at 12:11 pm #


          Judging by the typical checkout line I’d be shocked if the average ‘Merkin IQ was much over 78.

          • Beryl of Oyl March 15, 2021 at 12:22 pm #

            Sometime a high IQ leads an individual to believe he is way too clever to be duped.

          • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 1:03 pm #

            Low IQ people routinely dupe high IQ White Americans, who are devoid of all street smarts and commonsense.

            A parallel: Stage magicians say the hardest people to trick are children, because they don’t have a lot of assumptions built up. They just look and believe their senses. Concepts of fairness and equality are assumptions that Whites project onto others who are quite innocent of them. Obama said he loved it when people projected things on to him.

          • thirdcoastlegend March 15, 2021 at 1:14 pm #

            I’d say 95% of the STEM workers in the defense industry that believe everything they see on TV fall into the high IQ dupe crowd.

            Obama’s comment on projection doesn’t surprise me because his side understands what a useful tool it is.

            They’re probably shocked by the lack of resistance when they project their attitudes and plans onto the Right.

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 1:18 pm #

            Beryl – “Sometime a high IQ leads an individual to believe he is way too clever to be duped.”

            Exactly the case with some of my “smartest” friends.

            “It’s easier to fool someone than to convince them that they’ve been fooled.” – (likely not actually Mark Twain, but often attributed)

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 3:09 pm #

            Some of the stupidest people I’ve known were Ph.D.s. So enthralled by their own wisdom they can’t see the facts that are chewing their face off.

          • abbybwood March 15, 2021 at 5:08 pm #

            I was kidding about getting the Russian Sputnik vaccine.

            I seriously doubt Putin will be sending 10,000 units to my local CVS in Manhattan Beach anytime soon. ?

          • GreenAlba March 16, 2021 at 8:25 am #

            I think the EU is hoping to get some, since their vaccine procurement efforts have been somewhat less than impressive.

            And it has now been tested since about November on the general population, so there’s that. 🙂

            So you never know.

            I haven’t seen its safety record, but if that were good, I wouldn’t have any problem taking it myself. I believe there are trials afoot using the Oxford and Sputnik vaccines in conjunction. A détente vaccine effort – why not?

        • ThorsHammer March 15, 2021 at 12:28 pm #

          CO Jones
          It’s interesting to follow the origin of the term “sheeple” beyond the obvious implication of passivity. Sheep have behavioral characteristics not common to other species except perhaps Americans. On the one hand they require the presence of a herd and resist being separated from it or being forced to associate with non-herd members. However they are intensively competitive. While enjoying the choicest of morsels they will instantly abandon it if they perceive that another sheep is munching on a tender shoot of grass that may be better, and rush forward to take it for themselves.

          For me the point at which I knew all was lost was when I was trout fishing a half mile from the nearest person last July. Around the bend came two middle aged women kayakers, fully masked up to protect themselves from the Corvids presumably roosting in the willows and waiting to pounce upon them.

          • hmuller March 15, 2021 at 12:45 pm #

            I hope you were masked. Trout are notorious for spreading the Covid with their sneezes..

          • Mountain gal March 16, 2021 at 5:18 am #

            Yep, beyond ridiculous. But this is the level to which we have sunk, driven by endless fear generating news. A friend was willing to take a walk with me but only if we walked on opposite sides of the rural dirt road while both wearing masks! And we live in a very rural area and both have jobs where we either work from home or aren’t heavily exposed to other people too!

          • ThorsHammer March 16, 2021 at 1:30 pm #


            I’ve been saying for months that the only vaccine I would consider taking is the Russian Sputnik V or its successors. And that only after it had been mass tested for six months. The reason is simple. There are vaccines and then there are mRNA gene therapy experiments. The knowledge of how to produce vaccines (like those for polio and smallpox) is decades old and their safety profile is well known. And the Russian vaccine will soon be used in a wide variety of nations and racial groups and be manufactured in many countries rather than being hidden $$$ behind exclusive patents.

            Occam’s Razor tells me that the American use of mass gene therapy with no long term basis for understanding it’s effects is being driven by more than the desire to overcome a not particularity dangerous virus. Especially when organizations like the Gates Foundation have as their expressed goal population control and universal vaccination of the entire planet.

            When a country like Russia or Cuba develops vaccines and supplies them for free there are two clear motivations. 1- minimize the impact of the Corvid virus on their economy and their citizens. 2- Use the success of their vaccines as a political weapon to demonstrate how their health system differs from that of the West. (mentioning these two countries will automatically snap the incoming neurological pathways on all the sheeple and most redneck deplorables, but most are beyond rationality anyway)

            The history of Corvid “vaccine” development in the USA demonstrates quite different processes and motivations.
            1- Extreme propaganda and censorship efforts including fraudulent “scientific” testing used to discredit any alternative treatment protocols —ie HCQ, Ivermectin, and natural immune system support.
            2- Defining mRNA gene therapy as a vaccine, and defining the products from Moderna and Phizer as the only legitimate treatments for Crovid19.
            3- Using propaganda, censorship,and fear to drive citizens into joining the experimental use group.
            4- Fraudulent use of testing and data to magnify the threat posed by the pandemic.
            5- Using totalitarian travel restrictions (air travel in particular) to create a privileged class of people who have submitted to the experimental genetic therapies.

            Abby, have you gotten your ticket to Mexico yet? Established a primary care physician there so you can be vaccinated with your chosen vaccine?

        • Hereward the Woke March 15, 2021 at 1:00 pm #

          Excellently put, Mr Jones. Even a cynic like me is staggered by the ovine stupidity of most people concerning the China Flu (oops, someone’s banging on my door!). The worst are the ones who buy designer masks with Woke company logos on them. They wear useless masks AND advertise for free the people who hate them.

          • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 1:05 pm #

            Yes, the worst Covians are often Ovidians.

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 4:38 pm #

            Ovid never mentioned a word about Covid – what was he hiding?

        • MaryV March 15, 2021 at 5:59 pm #

          Can’t argue with a word of this.

          Living among the idiots is painful. I moved to a suburban area and dropped out of society. Nature is my entertainment now (and it’s vastly more enjoyable than stupid people).

          Smothering themselves on cue, and also bragging proudly about being vaxxed with an un-approved, still in test-phase ‘vaccine’.

          • farmgal March 16, 2021 at 2:10 pm #

            I I received a text from my 39 year old son stating that he would be getting the vaccine. I replied “Why?”. His answer was that since he is in medical manufacturing he was considered “essential”. Needless to say I saw no reason to reply. Sadly, although he is somewhat conservative he is also a millennial in addition to being an engineer; I guess they just don’t understand the concept of questioning authority even though he’s seen me do so all of his life. His wife has just now allowed me to hold the baby (almost one year old) without a mask even though I had Covid last August and still have antibodies. Somewhere along the way I think we just made our children too comfortable and although I have never wanted for anything in my entire life I purposely see what rules I can bend or break whenever I can. My daughter on the other hand is an RN at one of the major Atlanta hospitals and she sees through all of the CDC bullshit because she lives with it every day.

          • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 3:46 pm #

            @farmgal sorry to hear about your son’s choice. It just makes me weep for humanity that we’ve arrived at this stage.

    • hmuller March 15, 2021 at 12:24 pm #

      Thor, I’m not saying this to be clever or cute. But looking at Biden delivering his speech on Thursday March 11, I saw the waxy pale pallor of death. Generally, you only see that shade on bodies at visitation. I wonder if pumping him full of drugs to be semi-coherent a couple hours at a time could be hastening his demise.

      • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 1:07 pm #

        I wish they’d stop it. Just get him up there and let him rave about dog faced pony soldiers and his leg hairs turning golden in the sun. More poetry, less prose.

        The people behind him have utter contempt for humanity….

        • abbybwood March 15, 2021 at 5:13 pm #


          And taking on Korn Pop with the chains and playing the record player at night for the kids.

          Good stuff.

      • emme March 15, 2021 at 7:32 pm #

        Even scarier to consider how bad Biden looks despite the efforts of the best make up artist the White House and Dr. Jill can find.

        If he looks like walking death in full TV makeup, what must he look like without it?

        I still struggle to grasp how any woman could allow her husband’s cognitive decline to be put on display for all the world to see. Dr. Jill must really, really want to be First Lady.

        • SW March 15, 2021 at 8:18 pm #

          I think the Bidens — all of them — are in so deep none of them make their own decisions. They do as they’re told, prop Joe up before the camera and in return, they get to stay out of jail and keep their loot. Perhaps they were made an offer they “couldn’t refuse”?

          • MaryV March 15, 2021 at 8:56 pm #

            I believe this as well.

        • SpeedyBB March 18, 2021 at 6:40 am #

          The Reagans are at a State dinner, as the waiter comes by to take their order.

          Nancy: I’ll have the pork knuckle.
          Waiter: And the vegetable?
          Nancy: Oh, he’ll have the same.

          • hmuller March 18, 2021 at 4:07 pm #

            Harsh, but funny. Now you can plug Biden’s name into jokes like that.

            “Calm down, Mr President. The lady said she had acute angina.”

  12. SW March 15, 2021 at 10:39 am #

    I saw the 60 Minutes segment on St. Louis’ new DA. Did you catch the part where they said “murders are at a 50 year high”? Which is saying something for St. Louis — it’s always in the running for Murder Capital of the USA.

    Yet the two (white) homeowners who were standing on their own property with guns displayed (not fired at anyone) as BLM and antifa marched by are charged with something. Yes, Kim is quite the law enforcer. No wonder the police despise her.

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 10:48 am #

      “The New Normal” – A Field Manual, pg 1

      – Official Hypocrisy and Blatant Self-Contradiction are to be constantly employed.

      – You will face resistance. Just keep doing it and soon a majority of the people won’t know what to believe anymore. Then do it even more.

      • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 1:17 pm #

        Well said. You must have read Og Mandino.

        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 1:21 pm #

          Not really, but I’m familiar with his Scrolls.

  13. stelmosfire March 15, 2021 at 10:48 am #

    I just learned this AM that Squaw Valley ski area ( site of the 1960 Olympics) will now be changing it’s name. Squaw being a dehumanizing word and all. They are looking for suggestions for a new name. I am sending them “St. Floyd’s Frosty Funpark” . Has a nice ring to it doncha’ think?

    • malthuss March 15, 2021 at 10:50 am #

      squaw = vagina.

      • stelmosfire March 15, 2021 at 10:59 am #

        So it was really “Vagina Valley” ski area all along? Well now it makes sense.Thanks for straightening that out for me Malth.

        • malthuss March 15, 2021 at 11:33 am #

          many years back, I read ‘squaw lake’ had to be renamed because of what squaw really means.

          and theres land of lakes butter.

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 12:00 pm #

            Because we all know what “butter” really means…

        • feralandroid March 15, 2021 at 12:01 pm #

          No wonder its my favorite resort…

          • BornToKillPeace March 15, 2021 at 4:28 pm #

            ‘Own four baseball/trucker hats.

            1 of which is a Squaw Lake resort hat with a deer on it, brand new, from the local goodwill.

            ‘Wear it on occasion to take the piss out of my fellow citizens..

  14. malthuss March 15, 2021 at 10:49 am #


    from another site,

    I don’t have much confidence in Fox or its legal team, but Dobbs is another matter. He appears to be the most fearless fighter for populism ever to host a cable show. This was true long before Trump, even way back to when he was on CNN, and causing me to often wonder how he got away with it.

    In particular, I remember when SPLC honchos Richard Cohen and Mark Potok appeared by invitation on his show when they were campaigning to have him silenced because of his criticism of illegal immigrants.

    Dobbs didn’t give them an inch. In fact he slaughtered them.

    Potok seemed to be in tears. They realized they had made a mistake and were in way over their heads. They learned their lesson and never made that mistake again. When they face competent and penetrating opposition in an open forum they lose.

    • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 1:22 pm #

      Perhaps. He was the first big name Foxer to be axed. I liked him long ago when he was against mass immigration. Then he turned on a dime and became for it. I stopped following him. Then he was against it again sometime later Who know what he really believes about anything? Maybe not even himself. Smart people can see both sides of everything and can argue both sides. That’s an exercise in law school btw. So in end, they don’t believe in anything.

      Wisdom is still there though. There is a right answer to immigration: to end it completely. But where is the profit in that? So they leave the Goddess, Sophia, strictly alone.

  15. Beryl of Oyl March 15, 2021 at 10:51 am #

    The US government is having difficulty with the case of the Capitol Hill rioters, because it’s hard to make a trespassing charge stick against someone when there is so much video showing the capital police waving them on inside.

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    • abbybwood March 15, 2021 at 11:15 am #

      I read the same thing.

      Even the FBI made a formal statement that most would just be charged with trespass.

      Really do hope they all have good lawyers. But Chewbacca Man with the horns ain’t goin’ anywhere.

    • Night Owl March 15, 2021 at 11:29 am #

      That part was never meant to be captured on film.


      • Beryl of Oyl March 15, 2021 at 11:56 am #

        I have a lot of questions about that woman’s death, captured on film.

        • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 1:30 pm #

          We still don’t even have the perp’s name! Is it because he’s Black? Where is the Justice?

          Still no condolences given by Trump to the friends and family of Ashli Babbitt.

        • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 1:32 pm #

          Well Beryl, you’re gonna have to answer those questions yourself – no one is going to ask them in public.

    • MaryV March 15, 2021 at 6:13 pm #

      Yes, that poses quite the conundrum. Then also the lies about the ‘slaughtered’ policeman and other deaths which had nothing to do with the incident but were conflated with it.

    • Redneck Liberal March 15, 2021 at 7:01 pm #

      “…Capitol police waving them on inside.”

      Are you saying that the DC Capitol Police is entirely free of the Great MAGAt Infection and that these people were, therefore, enacting the infamous ‘false flag’ operation conspiracy?

      • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 7:14 pm #


      • MaryV March 15, 2021 at 8:58 pm #

        Maybe don’t drink so much before posting.

  16. Bill of Rights March 15, 2021 at 11:05 am #

    How will the Office of the President Alleged answer the 400 defense attorneys who may ask if “No Trespassing” signs were readily visible by visitors to the U.S. Capitol on January 6th. And if there were such signs, wouldn’t that be a violation of their constitutional right to peaceable assemble and petition the government for a redress of grievances? Ditto for the current barricading of the Capitol zone. There is also the legal concept of “selective enforcement” to be raised: if the government allows vandalism of federal buildings for months on end in locations across the country, can it still be a punishable crime in other locations? Summary: If the government took proper action in protecting public buildings we would have been back on track to an orderly and free society.

    • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 1:31 pm #

      Men’s rights, White rights, Bill of Rights – these are not three, but one.

  17. Loneranger March 15, 2021 at 11:10 am #

    How long before expired credit cards become collector items?

    • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 2:22 pm #

      How long before they become weapons? That’s what I want to know (along with the “how”).

  18. cjf7684 March 15, 2021 at 11:18 am #

    Did JHK leave out the part where Minneapolis City Council greenlit funding to hire social media influencers to spread information to the public during the trial of Derek Chauvin? It was over a million or so.

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 1:25 pm #

      cj – True, but I udnerstand that they walked that back and canceled their plans to do so.

      That said, if I recall correctly. the interesting part of that plan was that it proposed the hiring of six influencers, at $2,000 apiece for their efforts. What the hell was the other $999,988 for, you ask? Who the hell knows. Probably why the deal got shitcanned.

      • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 5:14 pm #

        Probably to pay an army of social media trolls.

        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 17, 2021 at 1:21 pm #

          Mary – Understood, but from what they said they were going to hire (only) six social media influencers at 2k apiece. I’m still wondering why they needed a million dollars to do that?

          But again, they didn’t get it, so that’s good.

  19. Night Owl March 15, 2021 at 11:28 am #

    The New Normal rolls on. A virus hoax, a fraudulent president, police states subsuming most of the West, and the greatest transfer of wealth to the globalist elite in history.

    And now with extra pregnant women on the battlefield.

    How the fuck is this real?

    • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 12:04 pm #

      It’s not real Owl, it’s a dream. Now wake up and make it stop.

    • Hereward the Woke March 15, 2021 at 1:06 pm #

      It’s not real, but it will all be destroyed when Reality Inc. turns up. Women have no place on the battlefield and most of our enemies come from places where manhood and machoism are king. They won’t just give up and run when they know they are fighting women. They will fight all the harder.

      • Uncle Bob March 15, 2021 at 6:20 pm #

        Indeed. “If you take that foxhole, you can fill the fox’s hole.”. And they will.

        • stelmosfire March 16, 2021 at 7:53 am #

          C’mon man! Uncle Bob, You know that would never happen. It’s against the rules.

          • Uncle Bob March 17, 2021 at 10:05 pm #

            The only rule in combat is to kill the other guy so you can continue to live. And if you can get some American strange, well, why not defile her and her entire society in the process.

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 1:27 pm #

      “Now With Extra Pregant Women!”

      Sounds like a cereal box zinger.

      • Night Owl March 15, 2021 at 2:32 pm #

        That was intentional. It is all I can do to deal with the idiocy of our timeline.

    • MaryV March 15, 2021 at 6:16 pm #

      It’s Wokie Paradise!

      Just put on a teddy bear suit and join the LARP. If you identify as a woman, you get a free pass to do anything you want, no holds barred. Especially if it harms women and children.

      The Wokies have won!

    • Tekapo March 15, 2021 at 11:36 pm #

      …and the greatest transfer of wealth to the globalist elite in history.

      That bit is real.

      And now with extra pregnant women on the battlefield.

      Do you mean additional pregnant women, or very pregnant women?

      “Private Brown! I see that bump – are you pregnant soldier?!?”

      “Ye-yes sir … I’m pregnant sir!”

      “Are you extra pregnant Private Brown?!? Or are you only a little bit pregnant?”

      “I’m … I’m extra pregnant sir … almost seven months sir.”

      “Uncle Sam needs you! Report to the airfield at 0700 hours soldier, there’s a flight to Afghanistan for the extra pregnant women! Do not miss your flight!”

      “Thank you sir … I’ll be there. Can a get ob/gyn support in Kabul, sir?”

      “What do you think this is Private Brown, Christmas?!?”

      • Night Owl March 16, 2021 at 4:22 am #

        If you are going to rag on typos, you might want to learn how a hyphen works before investing so much energy in your post.

        • Tekapo March 16, 2021 at 5:02 am #

          Do you ever reflect on what a pathetic stalker you are? I have no hyphen errors in my work – and I bet a worked longer as a sub-editor than you ever will.

          • Night Owl March 16, 2021 at 5:30 am #

            If you understood how a hyphen worked, the entire scenario you laid out would be unnecessary.

            I understand that English may not be your first language, however.

  20. Beryl of Oyl March 15, 2021 at 11:53 am #

    I’ve been following somewhat the news of Marvin Hagler’s passing.

    It was reported after he died, that he had been in the ICU after receiving a vaccination for the COVID.

    It was then reported that no, that story was false, was started by Tommy Hearns, and was being used to spread false information that vaccines were unsafe.

    His family said he died at home.

    What was left out of the story correcting the record was whether or not Marvin got the shot.

    They’re good at this.


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    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 1:29 pm #

      “They’re good at this.”

      Yes, they are.

    • Soul Forensics March 15, 2021 at 2:08 pm #

      Yep, I posted about this yesterday about the same thing from another site, Heavy dot com. The story you linked to could have been written by the same Woke flunky that wrote the Heavy article:

      “Cause of death uncertain; CDC says jab is safe.”

      But no refutation. News “story” saying nothing except being a service announcement for the “safety” of the jab.

      • Night Owl March 15, 2021 at 2:56 pm #

        Once enough have died, they will have another PCR moment and reverse course.

        And millions of idiots will believe them and take the next shot for the next deadly “mutation” of the Coroneau.

        It never ends.

        • abbybwood March 15, 2021 at 5:37 pm #

          Another recent Covid jab death was of a healthy 29 year old physical therapist who received the shot on Tuesday and dropped dead on Thursday.

          Autopsy pending.

          She worked at a retirement home in Indiana? I wonder if the shot was mandatory for employment?

          • Night Owl March 15, 2021 at 6:02 pm #

            That part is coming, IMO. They have signaled their intent. Travel and employment will be subject to vaccines, unless there is some miracle level of pushback at the federal level in enough countries to matter.

            This is being done incrementally. They have already openly discussed it on the usual propaganda networks, which means it is coming. It will start with travel, then employment, and will be rolled out through private companies. The big Fortune 500s, and others will follow. Once it is normal, it is likely that there will be legislature at the federal level.

            Anyone who doesn’t think it will go that far has not been paying attention. Look at where we are now. And they still don’t have a shred of scientific evidence that a vaccine is needed. The PCR test is bunk, and the means for diagnosing a Covid death is bunk (per the CDC report), so the numbers of infected and dead are bunk. Yet the grip is tightening.

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 6:59 pm #

            It will be. No travel without proof of vaccination, no buying or selling, no UBI, no unemployment. Goin’ off the grid? That’s illegal. How ya gonna pay your property taxes without access to a blockchain account?

            Just take the shot and all this unhappiness will be over…

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 7:20 pm #

            Owl – “Anyone who doesn’t think it will go that far has not been paying attention.”

            Yep. And there are a LOT of those folks out there.

            When tptb say “we have no plans to do x, y, or z”…that means get ready for it…

          • MaryV March 15, 2021 at 9:00 pm #

            It is.

            I managed an assisted living facility in Illinois for 1.4 years. They required the flu shot. It’s the one and only time I’ve gotten one. And I’m not happy I did that. I would not, now.

        • Bill7 March 15, 2021 at 7:46 pm #

          Apposite quote, found on this very website a few (several?) years

          “If you’re paying attention, you’re being played.”

          Some thing that help me:

          -Stay off of these *Evil Screens* as much as possible

          -Hard Exercise; again- *hard* exercise

          -Nature: Birds, plants, the other animals, Stars early in the morning..

          The picture is fuller and more accurate if one is not paying attention
          to every [sick-by-design, see below] detail, I think.

          Is it not true that Civil Society is being deliberately, purposefully
          Destabilized, and for the benefit only of the Very Few?

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 8:35 pm #

            We can learn a lot from animals (and plants, but it takes a lot of patience). They are still connected to the earth. Just a glimpse into their world and you see they know a lot more than we do.

          • MaryV March 15, 2021 at 9:01 pm #

            Nature is my entertainment now and my enjoyment and what I participate in. I am anxiously awaiting gardening season, and I get out to do photography every chance I get.

    • cbeard March 15, 2021 at 5:34 pm #

      CONSPIRACY theorists have used the death of American boxer Marvin Hagler to promote unfounded claims the Covid vaccines are unsafe.

      Note the phrase “unfounded claims”. Sound familiar. How many time did you hear that from msm concerning the election fraud?

      • Bill7 March 15, 2021 at 7:57 pm #

        I was so sorry to read that Marvelous Marvin Hagler had died-
        that man (what a man!) has been a touchstone.. curious circumstances, too- just the way They like it.

        The woke/discourse Police should be around to erase that comment
        in three-two-one seconds

  21. Rulo Deschamps March 15, 2021 at 12:08 pm #

    Alea Jacta Est, and the dice were loaded. That would be bad enough, but what makes it worse is that they are laughing in your face. Flaunting their impunity. Rubbing salt in the wound. I dunno how else to interpret or process the wall of noise that’s closing in all around us.

    Defeated and demoralized, many of us don’t even try to make sense of what’s going on. I know I don’t. I can’t. Since November, I don’t even follow the news anymore. Why would I? It’s one provocation after another. “Whatcha gonna do about it? You wanna say something?”

    Consider Goliath: both major US political parties, the military, the spies, finance, tech, academia, mass media, entertainment, “science” and the never ending covid BS… am I leaving something out? And we’re what, David with a slingshot? That’s a feel-good story in a book full of them; it probably never happened and won’t happen now.

    There’s no turning this Titanic around, there’s only building lifeboats. The main lifeboat is the people you know and the skills you have. There’s a sense of urgency. They are not kidding. Are we going to waste our limited energy in being outraged about this and that? Watching award shows? Preparing for the next election, “we’ll throw the bums out” etc? To replace with what, Jeb Bush? Trump again? The man had massive popular support and all he did was run his mouth and shoot himself in the foot. That game is over.

    There’s only the people you know and trust right in your neck of the woods, and the skills you have. Hubris is always met with Nemesis. The hubris on display right now is massive. It follows that Nemesis will be gigantic, too, when it comes. Keep that in mind at all times, don’t be distracted by the outrage du jour, focus on what’s important: building community and mastering your skills.

    • hmuller March 15, 2021 at 12:35 pm #

      Rulo, it’s like you read my mind, eloquently expressing what I and so many Americans think and feel. We live in a land where Dr Zeuss is a bad influence on young children, but drag queens are a good influence.

      These are times of madness. We naturally want to shut out that world. To hell with THEM, their grammies, their cult of wokeness, their economic suicide policies, their twisted values. Let them burn in the satanic fire they’ve lit..

      • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 1:35 pm #

        Dr Zeuss? Perhaps you spoke better than you know. A return to pagan wisdom is a necessity. The realities of race and soil.

        • Soul Forensics March 15, 2021 at 2:17 pm #

          Would that a Zeus thunderbolt split the environs of the next Davos meeting.

          • Rulo Deschamps March 15, 2021 at 3:44 pm #

            Soul, that would be nice. But the old gods are dead. I think Jung said something like they really existed as long as people believed in them. But when they were forgotten, they withered and died, without life energies to feed from.

          • hmuller March 15, 2021 at 3:58 pm #

            That’s the idea behind the TV series “American Gods” based on the Neil Gaiman novel. Gods draw their power from humans, the more attention they get, the more they thrive. Old gods like Odin are suffering slow diminishment

          • BornToKillPeace March 15, 2021 at 5:54 pm #

            Rulo Deschamps,

            I started reading last week and have almost finished Neil Gaiman’s novel, “American Gods”.

            It was published in 2001. The first stop on the book tour was at a book store in the Twin Towers. By the time the book tour ended, the building ceased to stand.

            Oddly, the book metaphorically mirrors our most recent past.

            “A storm is coming”

          • BornToKillPeace March 15, 2021 at 5:54 pm #


            There you go! Didn’t see your comment before posting mine.

          • MaryV March 15, 2021 at 6:18 pm #

            Nice visual.

          • Rulo Deschamps March 17, 2021 at 6:01 pm #

            Hmuller, BornToKillPeace, thank you. No TV here, but just placed a request at my local library system. Looking forward to reading it.

        • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 3:50 pm #

          “A return to pagan wisdom is a necessity.” Does this mean that you consider Christianity to be inappropriate for the white ethnostate? Some say that Christianity is the western heritage and that it is an indispensable part of western identity. I’m pretty sure Nietzsche would disagree. But what do you think?

          • Soul Forensics March 15, 2021 at 4:19 pm #


            Nietzsche was pro- Old Testament.

            But he was also prophetic, and knew that God died, to be replaced by the despotic “gods” of the 20th century.

          • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 6:33 pm #

            Christianity is obviously problematic. German Warriors adapted it to their needs, but the reality of what Christ and the Apostles said laid waiting until the barbaric vigor waned.

            It’s a mystical path for the few. If you expect everyone to follow it and try to make policy with it, well you are not long for this violent world. The Liberal Ethos is secular Christianity – social, racial, and national suicide instead of individual mystical death as Christ taught.

            Christian Identity states that Whites are the real Israelis and thus the Old Testament and its national perogative and ferocity naturally belong to us. That’s one way out. The other is a return to radical Catholicism and Templarism. That’s the other. Protestant fundamentalism is spent and cucked, with people actually adopting Black babies and things like that.

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 7:13 pm #

            Seems to me the “Will to Power” drained from northern Europeans once they adopted Christianity. They were poised to take this back with the Protestant Reformation, but instead perversely adopted the “Will to be Disempowered”. (Adolphus Gustavus as a rare exception.)

            I think there’s a lot to like about Christianity (“do unto others”), but I think the “render unto Caesar” parts undo a lot of the good.

            Then there’s the whole transcendence of the material world that I don’t find many/any clerics discussing, but which I consider essential to the message of Christianity.

            Christianity seems to be a good religion for the oppressed, but not so good in the hands of the victors.

          • Rulo Deschamps March 17, 2021 at 6:07 pm #

            BB, “do unto others”: I traveled to DC when the Pope visited, with the family. We were outside the Capitol, watching the screen. The House burst into applause when he quoted that line, in the context of open borders.

            Yeah, OK. Do unto others, etc. Let them all in. Of the 7 billion, maybe 4 or 5 want to come here. Sure, let them all in, because Jesus and so on.

            Bergoglio… he’s my fellow Argie, but I don’t like him, even though he wears old shoes and didn’t want the limo when he was Cardinal of BA. My mum is a fan, used to ride the subway with him. Not me.

      • 100th Avatar March 15, 2021 at 2:54 pm #

        The world? Tell me, where do they truly exist?
        You alluded to it.

        They exist in the ether.
        On your screen.

        Everyone has the power to mute them.
        Yet they leave the door open.
        Invite them right in.

        Step away from your screens.
        From your electronic entertainment
        Your telephonic leashes.

        The Amish live in their own world
        As do the fundamentalist zealots of Islam and Judaism.
        There are other Abrahamic brainwashed types calling for a Benedict option for the jebus cohort.

        Point is. Get out of their world.
        The buzzing and radiating one in your palm that you can’t live without.

        • Rulo Deschamps March 15, 2021 at 3:42 pm #

          Avatar, yes. Step away from the screens. Don’t invite them in. It’s a process, a struggle of many years now, and I give battle every day. I look for ways every day. Maybe like you. I don’t succeed always, but I’ve won a few battles. The TV battle was the first. Out! Many years ago. Oh how the kids hated that.

          Doing more things by mail. Bills, banking. They make it so difficult for you to be a Luddite, they do. Try living without an email address! Even if you don’t use it much.

          The buzzing and radiating shit in my hand, I can live without. Use it only for the bare minimum. Leave it at home, not with me all the time. Can’t even get a landline where I live! But that will be the next battle, for sure. I’ll win that one too.

          The internet… how do I deal with a new infestation in my lettuce crop? Instant answer, open forums. What was Mark Twain’s first book? Instant answer. How do I treat yellowjackets blisters? And let’s not forget this page, too. Hard to get away from screens. I try, but the Buddhists say, “do or don’t do – there’s no try”. Did you say that? I always read what you post and find it inspiring. Don’t always agree, but appreciate it, and this you posted here too.

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 4:42 pm #

            The great disappointment regarding enlightenment: gathering firewood, carrying water…

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 7:27 pm #

            rulo – “…but the Buddhists say, “do or don’t do – there’s no try”

            Hmmm, I’m pretty sure that was Yoda.

          • Rulo Deschamps March 15, 2021 at 8:13 pm #

            Mr Mango, correct! That’s what it was, and I read it here. Thought it would be some Buddhism from our resident experts, Avatar or Yohannon maybe.
            You have to admit though, sounds like something a zen master would say… Yoda!

          • 100th Avatar March 16, 2021 at 10:35 pm #

            “ According to Buddhist scholar Alexander Berzin, George Lucas traveled to Dharamsala, India, prior to making Star Wars, and met a Tibetan Buddhist teacher named Tsenzhab Serkong Rinpoche, a debate partner and tutor of the Dalai Lama. In “A Portrait of Tsenzhab Serkong Rinpoche,” Berzin — who was a student of Serkong Rinpoche and lived in Dharamsala at the time — writes,

            “Tsenzhab Serkong Rinpoche was a massive man – a monk with shaved head, red robes, and a deeply lined face that made him look more ancient than his years. His humble, wise manner and gentle humor made him appear like the archetypal sage of fables. This quality did not escape the notice of Westerners who met him. Upon seeing him in Dharamsala, for instance, the makers of the popular film Star Wars decided to use him as the model for Yoda, the spiritual guide of the epic. Rinpoche never saw the movie, but would undoubtedly have been amused at the caricature.”

            An illustrator named Gitoku caught on to Yoda’s monk-like image when he was illustrating old sages and Bodhisattvas

    • Beryl of Oyl March 15, 2021 at 12:38 pm #

      ” The hubris on display right now is massive.”

      I just looked that word up again, to refresh my recollection of the meaning, and I’m seeing that some sites completely leave out anything but the arrogant, overconfident one.

      According to Brittanica, in ancient Athens it meant “the intentional use of violence to humiliate or degrade”.

      • Hereward the Woke March 15, 2021 at 1:08 pm #

        Beryl, I think you looked up “Aims of BLM” by mistake.

      • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 1:42 pm #

        When Pope Francis announced from the Balcony that Christ had become unclean from human sin, a curtain blew up and covered his face. The wind? Or the Holy Spirit?

      • Night Owl March 15, 2021 at 2:33 pm #


    • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 1:40 pm #

      Rulo, you got a slingshot? Hand it over buddy. To misquote the Big Guy: “C’mon, we got P-38’s” Admittedly, the P-38 is a bit out of date – but do you have one?

      Got a family? Treasure it. Got a community? Nourish it. Got nothing? Well, then you’ve got nothing to lose.

      • Rulo Deschamps March 15, 2021 at 2:14 pm #

        Blackbird, I was puzzled at first… P38 Lightning, the odd WW2 fighter plane? Scale-model hobby nerd as a child here. Then I realized you meant the Walther… I don’t have one, must be a collector’s item now, unless some cheap Russian knockoff is in production?

        I do have a slingshot that I successfully employ to murder spinach bed ravaging iguanas. I’ve gotten pretty good with it.

        And I do have a family and a community, and cherish them. That last line is a jewel, thanks.

        • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 2:27 pm #

          I meant the Lockheed Lightning (recovering scale model nerd here too). Reference to the Big Guy’s eroding memory.

          Iguanas? Florida or points further south? I’ll take hurricanes over blizzards any time.

          • Rulo Deschamps March 15, 2021 at 3:02 pm #

            Ah, ok. Strange aircraft. I think I built a 1/72 scale back in the day. The smell of Testors glue and those tiny Humbrol paint cans… that, and books, were my happy place as a kid.

            I farm 2 properties, in North and South FL depending on season, which really are like 2 different states in many ways, not just the weather but the people, the politics, everything. I like the North better and wife and I plan to move there permanently soon… the tricky part is, the good $ is in the South, so we’ll be poorer when we move.

            I’ve been farming in S FL for 20 yrs, and iguanas only started showing up a few years ago. An invasive species. We have a lot of those: Burmese pythons, fire ants, Sri Lankan weevils.

            Hurricanes are nothing to sneeze at, although I’m sure the bitter cold is terrible too. I lived through some major ones. Charley was the worst, but Irma a few years ago was pretty hard too. The worst part of a hurricane is the aftermath. You’re flooded, and there’s all kinds of dangers in the water, from electric lines to cottonmouth snakes (lethal), gators, balls of fire ants floating that can attach to your body and do a lot of damage, broken glass, household chemicals, sewage. You don’t have power for days, sometimes weeks. Hurricanes happen in the summer, so it’s above 100 every day and you are doing chainsaw work nonstop.

            Wife and I (she’s a FL cracker and a great farmer, I’m originally from Argentina but a proud US citizen for many years now) are Spartan and Stoic, so we can cope, but it’s sad to see the masses lose it, I mean lose it and go apeshit both before and after the storm. I’ve seen old ladies pushed and trampled by young men at the gas line when the models start predicting the storm will hit. There’s runs like herd of buffalo for stocking up on water, canned food, plywood and gas. Most people here are soft and live their whole life under AC, so tempers flare after a few sleepless nights with mosquitos and no see ums, everyone’s on edge. There’s been looting and mayhem sometimes. Like a previous poster said, the veneer of civilization is very thin.

            We always keep a 6 month supply of everything and like I said, are used to being outside, understand the dangers and strategies to cope… we keep rainbarrels full, so we can dunk and freshen up at the end of the day… but most people have no idea.

            The hurricane brings out the best and the worst in people. We always try to help neighbors, for example with no power, we’d rather have everyone in the area over for a free bbq, as we need to cook all the meats in the freezer. Things like that have built a lot of goodwill over the years.

            As for anyone trying to take what’s ours, uninvited, let’s just say we have more powerful “arguments” than slingshots. In any case, those kinds of miserable behaviors are far more likely in urban areas. Both of our farms are nicely removed, although development is encroaching in the South and always pushing (our main reason to leave). People in rural areas are more likely to be like us.

            S Fl is really a lost cause. Wife tells me how beautiful it was when she was growing up, the citrus groves, the pristine beaches, the slow pace of life. Now everything is like Miami: malls, parking lots, golf courses, clueless snowbirds (yankees & Canadians), constant development – hardly any farms remain in the South.

            Got a bit carried away, sorry, but you asked! 🙂

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 3:58 pm #


            Humbrol – you were serious! Revell sent me a new canopy (free!) for my 1/32th scale P-38 Droop Snoot after I ruined mine with turpentine. Would that happen today?

            Great blazin’ balls of fire ants! Soccerball sized. Don’t notice them until they hit the back of your knee – then holy hell!

            Last word for SFL (ok, two words): Martin County. Crammed between the Palm Beach/Broward/ Miami megalopolis and the St. Lucie suburban sprawl. No endless subdivisions, no stripmalls, just those damn surf nazis (HSL).

          • Rulo Deschamps March 15, 2021 at 5:56 pm #

            BB, I think I made a fool of myself trying to explain FL to you – you seem to know it very well, down to the evil of the fire ant.

            Not familiar with the East coast, and too old to surf. Tried once in Mexico and almost drowned.

            A 1/32 plane, wow… I could never afford those, but kept dreaming of the dioramas I would build with them using 1/35 fueling trucks, jeeps and so on. Damn, so many memories. I worked summer jobs from a young age, saved every cent towards my addiction. 1/48 planes is the biggest I could afford, but built plenty of 1/35 military vehicles. Those Tamiya boxes, the anticipation riding home in the bus with them, the many hours of bliss ahead. Life was simpler then, happier. Such joy from small things.

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 7:27 pm #

            Tamiya, 1/35th scale. Anything else – well that’s just a joke.
            Studying the patterns of mud spray on the folk’s car and trying to replicate it on a kubelwagen. Diorama of a King Tiger crawling through the Ardennes, and half a bag of flour. Hoe pickles all summer to buy that armored car. Kids and culture.

            So lucky we don’t have that now…

      • elysianfield March 16, 2021 at 7:47 pm #

        “the P-38 is a bit out of date – but do you have one…”

        I…know a guy that has several….

    • abbybwood March 15, 2021 at 5:47 pm #

      Are you leaving anything out?

      The Cuomo sex scandals/nursing home deaths and the fact that our President is a mental fraud hoisted on the public by his corrupt, fraudulent wife and the DNC which is now a full-blown Constitutional crises no one in the media will acknowledge (except Sean Hannity)?

      • Rulo Deschamps March 17, 2021 at 8:10 pm #

        Abby, I don’t know about Cuomo… we have a pretty decent gov here in the penis of America, and I’ll leave it at that… don’t wanna jinx it.

  22. akmofo March 15, 2021 at 12:34 pm #

    Yup, we’re experiencing a colossal CIA PSYOPS mind fsck. But in the spirit of our host’s past public lectures and building back better, may I present to you the Montreal Metro:


    Instead of kvetching about gov mafia commie propaganda designed to kill our spirit, why not be inspired by French urban design excellence.

    Maybe start a series showcasing such uplifting urban projects? Maybe it’s enough with the ghoulish satanic misery fest?

    • Beryl of Oyl March 15, 2021 at 12:44 pm #

      That’s not uplifting, all that does is remind me that I haven’t been able to go to Canada since more government tracking was required to get back in my own country, and how I will never be able to go there again without getting my yearly required Gates vaccinations.

      Meanwhile at the southern border, it’s wide open as long as you are here illegally.

      • thirdcoastlegend March 15, 2021 at 1:03 pm #

        That’s just the anarcho-tyranny the controllers are imposing on law-abiding citizens,nothing to worry about.

      • akmofo March 15, 2021 at 1:08 pm #

        Why go to Canada when the same can be built in the US? If China learned to copy, why can’t the US?

        • Beryl of Oyl March 15, 2021 at 1:26 pm #

          That’s why I supported Donald Trump, because he was asking questions about why our great nation had infrastructure like a third-rate dump.

          • akmofo March 15, 2021 at 1:58 pm #

            Did he tell you it’s because trillions of dollars are going to support millions of Vatican gov mafia employees hauling 6 figure salaries doing absolutely noting? Did he tell you why that is so? Did he explain to you why the richest counties in the country are all majority Catholic? Did he tell you what it is that they do in them counties that they are so wealthy? Are these questions you would ever hear a NYTimes Vatican propagandist ever ask or investigate? No, I don’t think so. Just more funny coincidences, I guess.

        • Tekapo March 15, 2021 at 4:43 pm #

          Because Americans love freedom and won’t be corralled like steers – they roam free like bison. Public transport is for pussies and wokesters – Real Americans drive cars – preferably a Ford Truck, with a couple of dead deer strapped on.

          The most beautiful subway system we’ve been on is definitely St Petersburg in Russia. Say what you will about the old-school Soviet Commies, but they could sure do stuff with marble and concrete!



          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 7:32 pm #

            “Because Americans love freedom and won’t be corralled like steers”

            Well, up until lately, anyway.

          • Bill7 March 15, 2021 at 9:20 pm #

            Kidding, right?

            As long as they still have a smartPhone in their hand and the pizza
            still gets delivered, it looks to me (hiya, NSA, DHS! et al; Great Job!)
            like my neighbors are *fine* with being herded down the
            ever-narrowing cattle chute to you-know-where..

            It didn’t look like that ten months ago, but it does now, here
            on the central coast of California.


      • Ricechex March 16, 2021 at 10:53 pm #

        Speaking of crazy madness that makes no sense at all…. I have some friends that are going with relatives to an all inclusive resort in Mexico for a week. All of them native born Americans 50’s on up. Some of them vaccinated. Regardless, if any test positive upon entry they will be forced to quarantine for 2 weeks. However, if you are illegal, c’mon in and roam free.

    • Soul Forensics March 15, 2021 at 2:37 pm #


      Montreal is an attractive city in many ways. Ironically to this Metro promo by the Montreal Tourist bureau, though, most of those attractions are from heritage buildings and businesses. There certainly are a lot of under-the-radar community initiatives, as well, whether practical or for beautification purposes.

      Too bad it’s a heavily Vatican province with dysfunctional politicians that gets a large chunk of its cash from equalization payments made to it by Western Canada. Not to mention the occasional threats of separation made by political opportunists playing the bluff game.

      • akmofo March 15, 2021 at 3:43 pm #

        Wherever and however they got the money, kudos to them for investing it the way they have. When a country or a city cares about its citizens, it shows.

        I was in Vegas walking the Strip and I could not find a single bench to sit and rest on. The in your face fascism I saw there made me want to burn down the whole damn place.

        Unfortunately, you see this kind fascism in many locations in the US. How people put up with this inhuman corporate municipal callousness is something I just can’t digest.

        • Soul Forensics March 15, 2021 at 4:27 pm #

          I’ve been to Vegas. No benches is probably smart, unless you want to be accosted by aggressive beggars, of which there are many on the Strip.

          The entire experience is a steroidal dystopia with fake smiles they don’t want you to awake from while there.

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 4:46 pm #

            I liked Hunter S. Thompson’s take on LV: “the US if the Nazis had won WWII” (crude paraphrase). Been there, he was right.

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 4:48 pm #

            Another good (if somewhat inaccurate) paraphrase, from Hollywood this time, “Platoon”, I think: “Drop all of your ordinance on my signal.” Take your radio to Circus Circus and make that call.

          • akmofo March 15, 2021 at 5:18 pm #

            I got there at night from the Grand Canyon. I didn’t encounter any beggars. I drove out early the next morning and spent the day at the Valley of Fire. Had Tai dinner in Mesquite, and the next day I was already in Zion.

          • ThorsHammer March 15, 2021 at 7:42 pm #

            Las Vegas– the All American City. It exemplifies the deepest values of the national culture.

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 7:58 pm #

            Thor, I fear you are correct.

          • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 10:02 pm #

            The beaches are nice.

          • Tekapo March 16, 2021 at 12:19 am #

            I got there at night from the Grand Canyon. I didn’t encounter any beggars. I drove out early the next morning and spent the day at the Valley of Fire. Had Tai dinner in Mesquite, and the next day I was already in Zion.

            It’s a great area – we’ve done it four times (high summer, deep winter, and fall) – love Zion NP and Bryce Canyon NP. And Valley of Fire SP.

            Mesquite is where all the good Mormons from Utah head when they want proper alcohol and some gambling action.

          • elysianfield March 16, 2021 at 7:41 pm #

            “Mesquite is where all the good Mormons from Utah head when they want proper alcohol and some gambling action.”

            I suppose, then, that all the Bad Mormons go to Wendover NV for the same activities?

        • Tekapo March 15, 2021 at 4:54 pm #

          Unfortunately, you see this kind fascism in many locations in the US. How people put up with this inhuman corporate municipal callousness is something I just can’t digest.

          It has a lot to do with private wealth and public squalor, and taxes are kept unrealistically low.

          We had friends with a beautiful house in Redondo Beach LA – but you went out past their high front fence and it was rubbish – cracked and dirty sidewalk, cracked and damaged bitumen on the street, and barren dirt in between, instead of the lawn and trees that should have been there.

          We commented to our friends … they didn’t even notice it.

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 7:36 pm #

            Bitumen is not a common term in the American lexicon, though I realize it is standard elsewhere.

            We call it asphalt.

            Curious from whence you hail, sir?

            Or maybe you’re in the construction business, and do use the term…either way, just curious, don’t really need to know.

          • Soul Forensics March 15, 2021 at 9:06 pm #


            He’s a longstanding troll from New Zealand on his umpteenth handle.

          • Tekapo March 18, 2021 at 3:14 am #

            And Soul Forensics is a serial troll, and on his umpteenth attack on people who are a lot smarter than he is.

        • elysianfield March 16, 2021 at 7:43 pm #

          “I was in Vegas walking the Strip and I could not find a single bench to sit and rest on…made me want to burn down the whole damn place.”

          Short fuse? Glad I’m not a Palestinian….

          • akmofo March 16, 2021 at 11:53 pm #

            Not a single match was lit, Elysia. That be supreme Jewish discipline. You Germans could learn some of that.

            But yes, I too am glad you’re not a Palistani. Doubtful you’d know how to conversate in Hebrew and make me good humus and pita.


  23. Sean Coleman March 15, 2021 at 12:44 pm #

    Since Christmas in Ireland we are not allowed to travel more than 5km from our homes yet thousands of immigrants continue to flood into the country, as they did throughout last year. Among them are large numbers of Brazilians, who I am told come hear on education visas and go straight into the workforce.

    Commenters here mentioned Catherine Austin Fitts, who detected a pattern in the city riots in places like Minneapolis. She is certain that the burning of buildings is deliberately targeted so as to allow buyers (who?) to acquire valuable city-centre sites at literally knock-down prices.

    Wikipedia says that Taylor’s boyfriend fired a warning shot towards police!

    How many of the 400 facing charges over the Capitol “coup” are left-wing activists? I expect it is only one (Sullivan). One of them (Arron something or other) is the son of a NY judge. I wonder if he is facing prosecution. If so, I expect he will get off lightly.

    • Sean Coleman March 15, 2021 at 12:53 pm #

      Aaron Mostofsky was arrested according to the NYT. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/12/nyregion/aaron-mostofsky-arrest-capitol.html

      “In an interview last week with Gothamist, Mr. Mostofsky’s older brother, Neil Mostofsky, who also goes by Nachman, said his brother was “pushed inside” the building and “did nothing illegal.”

      Neil Mostofsky told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that he had also attended the protests in Washington but left before the storming of the Capitol building. When reached by The New York Times on Tuesday, he answered the phone and then hung up. He is the executive director of Chovevei Zion, a politically conservative Orthodox Jewish advocacy organization.” End quote

      • akmofo March 15, 2021 at 1:24 pm #

        Amazing how out of all the many thousands of people participating in the event, it’s the Jewish name that makes international news. Coincidence of-course. Same coincidence that our Irish Vatican Satanist posted it here.

        Vatican propaganda fsckrs!

    • hmuller March 15, 2021 at 12:55 pm #

      I looked it up. Yes, the wikipedia article has the gall to say that Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend, drug dealer Kenneth Walker “fired a warning shot”.How very courteous of Walker. Unfortunately, this warning shot hit one of the police officers in the leg. But I’m sure he didn’t mean to. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Breonna_Taylor

      • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 5:09 pm #

        Mr. Walker had the decency to fire a warning shot. Do the police ever do that? No. Just empty several clips in the general vicinity of fear. Let’s get ready to scratch Mr. Walker’s face into Mt. Rushmofo along with Bre-Bre and St. George.

        • hmuller March 16, 2021 at 11:44 am #

          Now there’s an idea! Who needs those privileged white men staring down on us from Mt Rushmore. A little rock surgery and we change those faces to whatever BLM wants.

      • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 5:20 pm #

        How insane that the two most celebrated ‘victims’ are Taylor and Floyd, both heavily involved in crime and drug dealing.

        Worshipped by wokies everywhere.

    • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 1:46 pm #

      Only one? Why? Do the FBI informants in both the Proud Boys (their leader!) and the Oath Keepers (one of their leaders) count?

      How about the cops opening gates and doors for them crowd?

    • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 1:49 pm #

      Only one, yet you mention two by name. Akmo then says why did only the Jewish name get mentioned though you mentioned both. You mistake then leads to him capitalizing on it.

      • akmofo March 15, 2021 at 4:13 pm #

        Two different completely unrelated events.

        What are the names of the security officers at the Capitol that opened the doors to the building and invited people in? Where’s the investigation into that? Why don’t we know who they are? Why don’t we have that information?!

        Why, I’ll tell you why. Because you Vatican fsckrs always use DA JOOS to distract from your Vatican criminality.

        JHK wont say it, but I’ll say it. It’s a fsckn Vatican/CIA coup in Washington. If you can’t understand that, you’re too stupid to deserve your US citizenship.

        • Sean Coleman March 15, 2021 at 5:30 pm #

          Well, I have never been called a satanist before.

          Well, let us just see what happens to Aaron. I think he had been seen at various, er, peaceful protests before wandering into the Capitol, as a detached observer by the sound of it. If he gets a stiff gaol sentence, and serves it, then I will concede that you might have a point. But I predict he will get a slap on the wrist. The clever thing would be to make an example of him just to prove sceptics like me wrong. (“See? Nobody is above the law.”)

          I know little about the subject having only noticed it recently (thanks to E Michael Jones). However, I would bet that he will get off lightly, just like Leo Frank a century ago. (I hear that Frank even had his name cleared (albeit posthumously, having been lynched) just like Dreyfus.)

          It is interesting that his brother (according to the NYT – see quote above) is a conservative, Orthodox Jew. So what was HE doing there and what does it tell us? It reminds me of a passage by Solzhenitsyn in Two Hundred Years Together, where he quotes a couple of Jewish emigrés who commented that the rank and file refused to criticize the Bolsheviks, even if they were not themselves communist.)

          Let us wait and see what happens to Aaron.

          • Sean Coleman March 15, 2021 at 5:39 pm #

            I read Solzhenitsyn’s book in French. It is available in German, but not in English. Any idea why that is?

            There is an excellent two-part summary here:
            Solzhenitsyn on the Jews & Soviet Russia by F. Roger Devlin

            I posted this link on Rory Connor’s Irish Salem blog and he replied with the following extract, which I copied from his blog, assuming that he took it, without editing, from Devlin’s article. Connor is perceptive because the passage caught my eye too when reading the book itsel.


            M Biekerman, along with Pasmanik and Linski, helped to found an extraordinary group called “The Patriotic Alliance of Russian Jews.” In 1923 they issued a manifesto stating that “for the Jews as for all the nations which inhabit Russia, Bolshevism is the worst of all possible evils” (p. 200).

            Jews must fight those who are perverting Russia, shoulder-to-shoulder with all anti-Bolsheviks. A fraternal combat against a common enemy will clear the air and considerably weaken the wave of anti-Semitism which has been unleashed. (p. 203)

            Later that year this group had published in Berlin a six-author volume entitled “Russia and the Jews”. Says Solzhenitsyn:

            “In the entire history of relations between Jews and Russians, I know of nothing comparable to this collection. For the Jews in the emigration, it had the effect of a bomb. Just imagine how painful it was to hear these words from Jewish mouths, from within the Jewish world.

            “As for us Russians, we should not take this collection lightly. On the contrary, it should serve as an example for us: of how, even while loving one’s own people, one may speak of one’s own errors and, where necessary, do so without indulgence. And without placing oneself apart, without dissociating oneself from one’s people.” (p. 204)

            Solzhenitsyn makes extensive use of this group of writers as sources throughout the first half of his second volume. Admirable as they may have been, they were isolated voices within the Jewish emigration. The author fills a page and a half with the dismissive or vituperative comments they elicited from other Jews (pp. 209–10). End quote.

          • akmofo March 15, 2021 at 5:54 pm #

            The clever thing would be to make an example of him

            Why would you single him out and wish him ill, because he’s Jewish? What the fsck did he do, attend a Trump rally with thousands others against a stolen election and Vatican/CIA coup. Damn you, you bloodthirsty Vatican Satanist.

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 7:58 pm #

            ak – I generally understand your angle, but you do baffle me on a regular basis.

          • akmofo March 15, 2021 at 8:20 pm #

            Will be glad to clear up any clouds of confusion, MrMango.


            You want to ask me how I know he’s a Vatican Satanist? Is it really that great an intellectual feat to come up with that conclusion? You think I might be wrong? You think I’m seeing a pattern that’s not there? You think it’s all coincidence?

            I don’t believe in coincidences, MrMango. And nothing happens by accident either. Not a NYTimes Vatican/CIA PSYOPS propaganda write-up, and not “Sean Coleman” oh so innocently bringing it to our attention along with other tales of Jews.

          • Sean Coleman March 16, 2021 at 11:06 am #


            Why did I single him out?

            Because his Jewishness is directly relevant and because his first name stuck in my memory. I thought it was noteworthy that his father was a judge of all things.

            After the so-called Capitol coup I, like many, had a quick trawl of the internet to see if the Left were involved (as they usually are in these things) and, if so, who they were. Aaron’s name was among the few mentioned. Mr Kuinstler also mentioned Sullivan and the Buffalo Man.

            From the NYT article above: “Mr. Mostofsky, 34, is the son of Kings County Supreme Court Judge Steven Mostofsky, who also goes by Shlomo. He and his father are registered Democrats, according to New York State election records.”

            More from the short NYT article:

            “On Nov. 7, the day the presidential election was called for Joseph R. Biden Jr., Aaron Mostofsky wrote a comment on Facebook, asking “when and where are we protesting/rioting,” according to the criminal complaint against him.

            Two months later, on the morning of the riot, Mr. Mostofsky posted a video on Instagram, labeled “DC bound stopthesteal,” that appeared to show him on a bus to Washington, the criminal complaint said. The term “stop the steal” is popular among Trump supporters attempting to delegitimize the outcome of the election.

            After Mr. Mostofsky’s interview with The Post went viral, a friend told him in a message that he was famous. Mr. Mostofsky replied that it was unfortunate, saying: “Cause now people actually know me,” according to the criminal complaint.”
            End quote.

            So he is a registered Dem, and he did not want to be known, preferring to stay out of the limelight, which I hear is characteristic of Jewish revolutionaries.

            And you think he is a Trump supporter!

            Did the name of the man who smashed a hole in the door before Ashlie Babbet was shot come out? It sounds like you can herar Sullivan somewhere shouting, “He’s got a gun!” and was reported as being in close attendance. But it was not Sullivan breaking the glass.

            Surely you know that BLM are largely financed by Jews as well as other left-wing agitating groups. Or is it not polite on this blog to say this, just as Newt Gingrich learnt on Fox News when he was told he could not mention Soros.

            Jade Sacker is the journalist who accompanied Sullivan into the building (“I am not in love with you”). I did a quick check (as one does) and guess what. E Michael Jones only twigged when a rabbi asked him, “Why are you always writing about us?” Until then he had not realized the role played by the Jews.

            The teenager who defended himself at one of the summer riots shot two or three men, killing one. Both or all were Jews. What are the chances statistically?

            Am I missing something here? Are my facts wrong or my reasoning?

            I sense that I have broken a taboo here, just as strong if not stronger than the one surrounding black violence (it is all white racism). Well, good. I was not brought up with thess stupid social neceties.

            Finally, Ireland is to introduce hate legislation (a Jewish invention) very soon, including making ‘Holocaust denial’ a crime. And that is yet another fantasy. Another taboo I can break for you. No need to thank me. Now, the Holocaust is not a controversial subject here and I have not heard anyone looking to change the law. So where did that come from?

            Finally, I repeat my prediction that Aaron will get off lightly, more lightly than others, although the Left are clearly mostly responsible for what happened. As I said, it would be smart if they could restrain themselves from trying to get him off the hook but they do not appear to behave like that. Similarly it would have looked much better if they had restrained themselves from impeaching a defeated Trump (for the second time) but they just could not help themselves.

            So let us wait and see. Will he be punished, and will his father disown him?

          • akmofo March 16, 2021 at 11:53 am #

            Until then he had not realized the role played by the Jews.

            Just listen to yourself you fsckn RACIST imbecile.

            How many individuals were there from other ethnicities and other nationalities? Why are these individuals not representative of their multi-million persons communities?

            There are Jews of every skin color and every economic class and every political persuasion and every secular and religious belief and non-belief, in every geographical location on this planet. We are the most diverse group there is in this world.

            Your vile RACIST attempt to paint some monolithic JOOISH CONSPIRACY because of some individual and some dubious inferences is beyond contempt, you Vatican Satanist.

            Again, you will not deflect for the FACT of an INSTITUTIONAL MUTI-GENERATIONAL GLOBAL VATICAN CONSPIRACY by pointing your pathetic Vatican/CIA NYTimes antisemitic propaganda at me.

          • Sean Coleman March 16, 2021 at 12:47 pm #


            I looked Aaron up and he really does appear to be a genuine Trump supporter. That still leaves Jade.

            The rest of my posts above stand. Just one example. What is the Jewish representation in Biden’s administration compared to their share in the overall population?

            If Jewishness is so diverse as you insist then it simply cannot exist in any meaningful way, yet it is obviously the most important thing in your life. And staying with apparentcontradictions, take Soros for example. He is an immensely rich man yet he donates to left-wing causes. Or am I just imagining it all? Or look at the quote from Solzhenitsyn above: Jewish emigrés, enemies politically of the Bolsheviks, still would not denounce them. Why?

            By the way, you might not have noticed that I am the only man on this forum who defended both Weinstein and Epstein. That was because I could find no evidence, just hot air.

            And as for your cries of ‘racist!’, carry on. It is like having a dog barking at you and you get used to the noise.

          • akmofo March 16, 2021 at 1:44 pm #

            That still leaves Jade.


            Right, guilty until proven innocent, as are all DA JOOS.

            You do know that if you so much as made a joke about Stalin, you would be killed. But you want the Jews already imprisoned for nothing in the Soviet Gulags to denounce Bolshevism and be immediately killed. And there you’ll also have the excuse to have others fellow Jews be accused of disloyalty so that they too will be murdered by that Jesuit Catholic Priest, Stalin.

            Thus we can satisfy that Vatican Satanic bloodthirst.

            Sure, you’re not a RACIST, you’re just an innocent Vatican vampire out for JOOish blood.

          • Sean Coleman March 16, 2021 at 5:30 pm #

            No, I want to see Aaron acquitted along with all the Trumpers accused and I want to see the Antifa false-flaggers punished.

            The Vatican stuff is crazy. Protestant extremists share this delusion.

            I have always resisted conspiracy theories (go back over this blog and see) but there is too much evidence emerging now of behind the scenes planning and coordination, particularly over the last year or so. Despite their small numbers the Jews are the dominant group and they are using their power. It is not for the general good, even if they may sometimes think it is, and perhaps they do not even think that. I am referring to the oligarchs, The banks rule. I have heard that said all through my life but dismissed it.

            According to E Michael Jones there was a power struggle between the then-dominant Catholics in America in the Fifties and the latter faced off the challenge, but during the Sixties the Jews got the upper hand. In the 50s the battle was over the Holywood’s attempt to introduce smut into the cinema and they finally succeeded in the mid-60s, in alliance with the old WASP elite. The Jews then allied with the Blacks over civil rights and, and using the latter as their proxies, smashed up the traiditonal Catholic ethnic neighbourrhods in the northern cities by ethnic cleansing through black crime. This alliance broke down after a few years when (I think) the Blacks realized they were being used. They teamed up again with BLM.

            According to Jones and to Matthew Johnson, the oligarchs who seized Russia’s industrial assets after the collapse of hte Soviet Union were all Jews. Putin threw them out and this explains Western hostility to Russia since then. Johnson argues that, contrary to popular belief, America was never opposed to Communist Russia and provided financial support throughout its existence.

            According to the pair of them the ongoing ‘colour revolutions’ throughout the world were driven by the oligarchs’ desire to both impose liberalism on the world and exploit it economically and financially. They see the Biden election as the latest of these colour revolutions.

            This analysis strikes me as being plausible, to say the least. The taboo on even acknowledging Jewish power can thus be taken as evidence of its existence.

          • Sean Coleman March 16, 2021 at 5:32 pm #

            PS, I do not mind being called a racist, as long as it does not affect my employment. What does it even mean. Remember what Orwell said about the word fascism: it had become so debased that it became nothing more than an expression of disapproval. But keep it up if it makes you happy.

          • akmofo March 16, 2021 at 10:10 pm #

            Yey, we uncovered another Vlad.

            Damn, I’m good!

            Can I smell your RACIST stench through the interweb, or can I smell your RACIST stench through the interweb!

            I’m sure it’s just another funny coincidence how you all belong to the same tribe — the Satanist Vatican tribe. Suckling on that Medusa’s poison milk, I am not surprised. Pure Roman trash.

          • Sean Coleman March 18, 2021 at 11:02 am #

            Grrrrr! Woof! woof!

            But talking of racism, how do you describe Israel’s policy on asylum seekers? Into Israel, that is, not into every other country on earth.

            Cue more yapping.

          • akmofo March 19, 2021 at 7:16 am #

            No problem. Them Sudanese will be shipped to Ireland. Youz enjoy the highest per capita GDP in Europe, youz can certainly take in some African migrant workers.

            95% of Israel’s population is composed of asylum seekers and their families, Jewish Christian Muslim Baha’i, real asylum seekers from every continent and of every skin color.

            But keep digging your hole of malice and damnation, racist Vatican Satanist.

        • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 6:38 pm #

          Is Sullivan a Jewish name? He mentioned two names though now he’s not bothering to correct himself or you. So I will.

          • akmofo March 15, 2021 at 7:33 pm #

            He wrote a whole post about the guy, it wasn’t a casual mention. He deliberately singled him out, out of tens of thousands of Trump supporters at the Capitol rally, and then wrote it would good to make an example of him. Why?

            Why the selective animus to this specific guy? Does this same animus also extend to all the other Trump supporters, because I bet it doesn’t.

            I bet what I’m seeing here is same damn Satanist pattern I always see from the same damn Satanist constituent.

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 8:45 pm #

            If you’re talking about Sullivan, he was the subject of a documentary being filmed before, during, and after the Capitol rally. (Great story: two black boys adopted by white, Mormon, Lt. Col. dad. One bro hard left, the other hard right. Diff’rent Strokes for diff’rent folks.)

            If you’re not, well then sorry to intrude…

          • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 10:00 pm #

            Akmo refuses to talk about Sullivan. He only wants to work his Vatican Nazi schtick.

  24. draupnir March 15, 2021 at 1:23 pm #

    My cousin’s husband is the judge in the Floyd case. When first elected to the senate, Amy Klobuchar offered him a job on her staff. I don’t believe that cop can get a fair trial in Minneapolis with the certainty of more riots hanging over the city’s head. He should have a change in venue. Duluth would be more suitable, and Bemidji even better.

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 1:38 pm #

      Or the moon, perhaps.

    • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 1:45 pm #

      I vote for Warroad. The predictive programming value alone is worth the change of venue.

      • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 1:51 pm #

        Not enough hotels for the protesters.

      • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 1:53 pm #

        Unless the locals started renting out their ice shacks…

        • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 2:30 pm #

          Now there’s an idea… Mango you devious bastard!

      • draupnir March 15, 2021 at 5:07 pm #

        Actually, after further consideration, I think International Falls would be best. It’s an inconveniently long haul from the Twin Cities.

        • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 5:11 pm #

          But not Frostbite Falls – let’s rehabilitate Rocky and Bullwinkle as gay lovers first.

          • benr March 15, 2021 at 10:28 pm #

            Sad when the moose and squirrel get cancelled.

    • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 1:50 pm #

      Where is that, Somalia?

      • draupnir March 16, 2021 at 12:06 am #

        Other than the Twin Cities, a great deal of the state is still pretty white.

      • malthuss March 16, 2021 at 2:58 pm #

        schtick. thats yid? dont use it.

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 1:55 pm #

      draupnir – “I don’t believe that cop can get a fair trial in Minneapolis with the certainty of more riots hanging over the city’s head.”

      Curious…are you casting doubts on your cousin’s husband being on the level? Or are you referring to the jurors?

      • draupnir March 15, 2021 at 5:02 pm #

        Sorry, I don’t know that his political leanings would have anything to do with his judgements. I believe the man’s reputation is spotless, I don’t see how they can seat a fair jury.

        • benr March 15, 2021 at 10:29 pm #

          Consider any white juror will get death threats.

  25. MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 1:39 pm #

    Maybe they can get the 12 OJ jurors that somehow suppsedly hadn’t heard about that story to come back and make a repeat effort.

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  26. tom clark March 15, 2021 at 1:43 pm #

    Lots of Clusterbabble about Minneapolis but no mention of St. Paul. Just as well. Life’s pretty dull east of the river. Black mayor, decent police force and no riots. Yawn!

    • Soul Forensics March 15, 2021 at 2:44 pm #

      “Lots of Clusterbabble about Minneapolis but no mention of St. Paul. Just as well. Life’s pretty dull east of the river. Black mayor, decent police force and no riots. Yawn!” — tom clark

      Rape, robbery, and murder are twice as high in St. Paul per capita than in aggregate cities in the U.S.

      Try again.

    • draupnir March 15, 2021 at 5:04 pm #

      Cripe, my daughter could hear the rioting on Snelling Ave, in St. Paul from her apartment window.

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 8:05 pm #

      Yep. Carjackings, theft and assaults (mostly random) are way up in St. Paul over the last year as well as in Minneapolis. Not sure why it’s not in the news, other than the obvious reasons of narrative…

      And as far as I can tell, the SP mayor has been hiding out in his basement, a la Joey NoPulse ,waiting for things to blow over so he can try to hop to the national stage at some point when he realizes he’ll be voted out for an ever leftier mayor.

      His city council is just as ineffectual as the clowns across town in Mpls. Not a conservative viewpoint to be found on either. Activists, all. Only difference is to what degree. You wanna talk uniparty, holeeee shit.

  27. bukowskisghost March 15, 2021 at 1:44 pm #

    If you think electing Trump was blowback from Obama, wait until 2024 when middle of the road and conservative white people have seriously said enough is enough. Aren’t we all done with this woke bullshit? I have zero tolerance for all that crap and will laugh in the face of those delusional fools.

    • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 1:50 pm #

      “Wait until 2024”. I’m afraid our visions of the near future differ quite a bit. I prefer your vision of the future, but don’t expect to see it anywhere but my imagination.

    • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 1:53 pm #

      Nope. You’re forgetting about Dominion in particular and the Left’s control over the electoral process in general. Conservatism is finished, except in deep Red America, and even there mostly at the local level outside the capitals. I didn’t say Republicans. Republicans aren’t conservative for the most part. We used to think half the party was bad, but it’s almost all of them. In the end, only six or so stood up for Trump and refused to back down.

      • Rulo Deschamps March 15, 2021 at 2:26 pm #

        Yes, that’s why I said “both political parties”… the masks are off… Trump was a rara avis and they’ll make sure it doesn’t happen again. Add the compromised software, the censorship & propaganda, and I have to agree w you and others: the electoral process is dead. Other than paper ballots and voter ID, I don’t see how it could be legitimate again.

      • Night Owl March 15, 2021 at 2:37 pm #

        Indeed. Their level of carelessness in leaving paper trails and video evidence speaks to how little they now care if the plebes know the elections are rigged.

        • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 8:09 pm #

          Carelessness or intent? I’ve seen too much for too long to attribute to incompetence what is adequately described by malice.

          (My understanding is that Hanlon meant his version as a joke.)

      • Ron Anselmo March 15, 2021 at 4:05 pm #

        You’re absolutely correct Janos. There will always be pockets. Things will go kinetic, just asymmetrical, that’s all. Tribal, if you will.

    • Ron Anselmo March 15, 2021 at 3:59 pm #

      Ghost – in 2020, middle of the road and conservative white people seriously said enough is enough. We’re all done with this woke bullshit. We have zero tolerance for all that crap – so we voted – and they laughed in our face, us delusional fools (thinking our votes would count). Worse, we took it. They stockpiled more ballots, we’ve stockpiled more bullets. The day will come, before 2024.

    • Uncle Bob March 15, 2021 at 7:20 pm #

      You actually expect fair elections going forward? The GOP may as well not exist, given their cowardice during and after the (literally) last election, and they’re not exactly standing lime a stone wall against the Jacobins.

      • Uncle Bob March 15, 2021 at 7:21 pm #

        Like a stone wall.

  28. 100th Avatar March 15, 2021 at 2:19 pm #

    It’s not what you voted for.
    It’s what they said you voted for.
    It’s what they said you will vote for.
    It’s what you will get regardless of your vote.

    This is what they voted for.
    A totalitarian uni-party.

    In a former republic
    Desperate situations in an institutionalized racist state require desperate measures.
    Ameliorative actions in Newspeak.

    Your vote has left with your country

    You’re a subject now
    Fealty or cancellation
    Fealty or frozen out.
    Forced to comply
    There is no vote.
    Your account has been locked

  29. Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 2:28 pm #


    Hardly implemented before cancelled. Some dweeb-ette, raised on pop fem heroism, actually thought women were equal. This is why we need equity. Women aren’t equal, they are superior. They have been held back for thousands of years though, so of course they can’t compete. Give them a chance and they will show the world that they are stronger, faster, and smarter than men. Equity is the true fairness. That they failed is simply proof of their oppression. Men fear their real strength!

    All soldiers should be women, either biological or converted. Pregnant soldiers? The best of all! Cue in Matt Lauer saying over and over again, his voice lost in wonder, “A pregnant man”.

    • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 2:34 pm #

      “Cue in Matt Lauer saying over and over again, his voice lost in wonder, ‘A pregnant man’.”

      “And yet here I am!” – Matty L.

      “The second ma’am to set foot on the Moon”, Brian Williams.

      • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 2:40 pm #

        Matt had a special button in his desk that locked his office door, trapping the unfortunate intern inside.

        • hmuller March 15, 2021 at 4:12 pm #

          That was all part of his nuclear war preparedness plans, as in, “Let’s duck and cover under my desk, and make sure we don’t get hit by doors blowing open”. C’mon man, you’re just disrespecting the guy because his father was Jewish!

        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 8:09 pm #

          Yo, I always assumed that button was to give him a few seconds to could slip the bottle of scotch back into his desk drawer when he heard someone coming…

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 8:10 pm #

            (- could)

  30. Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 2:39 pm #

    One by one they’re taking down Black Kings. First Hank and now Marvin. I hope Thwack is not considering taking this. Blacks have more sense than Whites. Mike Tyson is fighting against the so called vaccine. A mighty intellect to go with his physique. He was on with Robert Kennedy.


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    • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 2:49 pm #

      Having become better acquainted with Thwack (or so I assume) after reading Living in the Long Emergency (thank you Alba), I would expect that he sees the “vaccine” as a tool for a eugenic crusade in which he is on the wrong side. I would agree with him on that. I suspect that he would disagree that both he and I are targets.

    • Soul Forensics March 15, 2021 at 2:55 pm #

      MSM’s Fear Inc are especially sensitive as to how they handle Black deaths by jab. No “news” outlet wants to be split off and condemned by their Woke brothers and sisters, so the Hagler story — as well as the Aaron death — are very interesting in that regard.

      “Cause of death unknown.” Really? They protest too much, even in their “skepticism”.

      And then the advocacy of CDC approval of “safety”. Their appeals to authority have gone from bankrupt to farcical.

  31. Night Owl March 15, 2021 at 2:53 pm #

    Like clockwork. Election stolen and now the Fake News retractions start pouring in.


    “Washington Post retracts massive story that falsely claimed Trump asked Georgia to ‘find the votes'”

    Lies upon lies upon lies.

    • Soul Forensics March 15, 2021 at 2:58 pm #

      I’m surprised they even bothered. If it’s not on Fear Inc’s news cycle for two days, it’s forgotten by almost every viewer.

      • Night Owl March 15, 2021 at 3:10 pm #

        Actually, this has been the pattern since Obama legalized domestic propaganda and Trump took office.

        Corrections have been issued quietly. The aim is to get the fake story out, so that other outlets can do circular reporting on the fake news, citing each other. Then when the story dies down, they issue corrections.

        Over, and over, and over. It began with the 2016 crowd on the mall, MLK Bustgate, and Koigate. Then the floodgates were open and we had at least two verifiably fake stories per week, and now we are at the point where nearly everything one reads that goes against The Narrative is fake.

        I would bet my savings that no society in history has come close to this level of all-encompassing propaganda on such a massive scale.

        • Rulo Deschamps March 15, 2021 at 5:10 pm #

          Owl, that seems a pretty accurate description of the modus operandi. Throw the stink bomb, give us a wall of noise about it for days, then move on to the next stink bomb, counting, like Soul says, on the 3 second attention span of the masses. Like him also, I’m surprised they even bother with a retraction. Why? Nobody cares. We care, but we don’t count. They’ve made that abundantly clear.

          • Night Owl March 15, 2021 at 5:42 pm #

            That part is easy. They retract it so they have plausible deniability.

            When the retraction is issued, it is after the story has served its purpose.

          • MaryV March 15, 2021 at 6:31 pm #

            @Night Owl: Jinx!

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 8:14 pm #

            That’s how a good liar works. Plant it deep. Even if everyone has forgotten, keep weaving the story.

        • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 6:43 pm #

          The spiral is the natural figure of evolution. But they spiral down, drowning all knowledge, especially that of their own guilt.

          “Ravana was a whirlpool in the river of life” – the Ramayana.

          So is Jen Psaki.

    • MaryV March 15, 2021 at 6:31 pm #

      And, no one cares when they are retracted, so that’s what they bank on when they publish the propagandized weaponized crap they do.

      • Night Owl March 15, 2021 at 6:47 pm #

        Not entirely true. What I said about plausible deniability is very important to the lie machine.

        They hide behind the idea that they simply made “a mistake.” Check up on the outcomes on some of the big lies. They are doing it right now on this story in the comments sections on Twatter and in their own publications.

        What the pattern shows, however, is a calculated approach to creating a narrative and protection against claims that the news was malicious.

        These same tactics are common among manipulators of all sorts. What they are also doing on a broad level is isolating victims and attacking them, much as an abuser would do. This is why terms like conspiracy theorist are so effective. Like the manipulator, they create the world in which we interact. In politics, the MSM is controlled and reports circularly. At the micro level (at the office/in the home, for example) the abuser creates networks and isolates truth tellers. Just a question of scale.

  32. tom clark March 15, 2021 at 4:10 pm #

    Soul Forensics at 2:44…whatever turns your crank.

    • Soul Forensics March 15, 2021 at 4:31 pm #

      tom clark, presented with simple, undeniable facts: “Yeah, man, whatever …”

      • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 8:19 pm #


        “That’s just like…your…opinion…man…”

  33. BackRowHeckler March 15, 2021 at 4:38 pm #

    George Floyd’s family awarded $27 million?

    Holy sh#t!! It was his family — George’s brothers — who were major Playas in the Floyd family business, Home Invasion and Armed Robbery. Apparently this is quite a family; they had no problem busting people up (mostly women) or even shooting those who resisted.

    The schwag should last the Floyd’s about 2 or 3 years, blown on weed, heroin, Cadillacs, sneakers, expensive duds, big houses that go unmaintained and get foreclosed upon, child support, lawsuits, bailbond, legal fines and fees, malt liquor and Kool Cigarettes.

    All pissed away in no time flat, then time to get back to the family business of armed robbery and home invasion.


    • MaryV March 15, 2021 at 6:40 pm #

      I can’t wait ’til one of them is in the news for ODing or killing someone – it’s inevitable.

      • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 7:33 pm #

        That it will happen: inevitable.
        That it will get news coverage: ummm, yeah, I don’t think so.

        • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 5:30 pm #

          It might in my news 😉

  34. jenifferwatson March 15, 2021 at 4:42 pm #

    I love reading your post. Great work, good job!
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      • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 8:16 pm #

        Yeah – how’d that get through?

        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 8:22 pm #

          I was hoping to hear how her “uncle friend make 31,500 euro last month alone with no training from the home computer desktop. Click to get the more info.”

  35. Roundball Shaman March 15, 2021 at 6:34 pm #

    “Haven’t riots become another form of entertainment this restless pandemic year of lockdowns and shutdowns? And how else might youth occupy itself, especially these fervid days that presage the loamy heavings of springtime?… Biden’s ‘honeymoon’ period is about over. The country had not quite discovered just how leaderless it is. Will it come as a shock to find out? After all, isn’t this what you voted for?”

    The classic 1961 movie “The Hustler” features Paul Newman as “Fast” Eddie Felson (the young hot pool shark) and Jackie Gleason (as the great pool legend Minnesota Fats). At one stage in their competition, Fast Eddie (who lusts in his heart to beat and take down the legendary Fats) is way, way ahead of Fats in their betting money count. Eddie’s manager pleads with Eddie to stop the game at that point and walk away with their big winnings. But Eddie will not have it, proudly announcing that the game will go on until Fat’s says it’s over. Eddie’s manager sees that pleading with Eddie to stop and keep their big wad of cash and avoid approaching disaster is getting nowhere. Frustrated, Eddie’s manager disgustedly barks out to Fast Eddie… “GO AHEAD! BE A DAMN FOOL!”

    Predictably, a liquored-up Eddie begins to lose all his share of the money. Once that was done, Fats ends the game with his money and reputation intact. And Eddie is left drunk, tired, confused, and helpless. And broke.

    What’s the lesson here? We have reached the point in our Times and Age when we just have to let a whole lot of people just go ahead and be The Damn Fools they are so hell-bent on becoming.

    Woke or Un-Woke, Rich or Broke, Red or Blue, Old or New, Happy or Sad, Mad or Glad, Regular or Decaf… there comes a time when you just have to let people lie in the stinky beds they’ve made. We all have a right to become Damn Fools if we wish. And it’s clear that historians will one day call our era The Age of Damn Fools and Damn Proud of It. And we’ll be broke, too, with our reputations intact.

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    • MaryV March 15, 2021 at 6:45 pm #

      Great comment.

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 8:25 pm #

      Agreed. I’m also reminded of the impenetrable stubbornness of Roy “Tin Cup” McAvoy.

      “I’m right. I can do this. And I will.”

      The difference is Roy eventually got the girl, no?

  36. KesaAnna March 15, 2021 at 6:37 pm #

    ” The hubris on display right now is massive.”

    I just looked that word up again, to refresh my recollection of the meaning, and I’m seeing that some sites completely leave out anything but the arrogant, overconfident one.

    According to Brittanica, in ancient Athens it meant “the intentional use of violence to humiliate or degrade”.

    — Beryl of Oil

    It seems to me , then , that the original definition is as good now as it was then.

    With , perhaps , the added wrinkle ;

    “the intentional use of violence ( WHILE PRETENDING IT ISN’T VIOLENCE ) to humiliate or degrade. ( WHILE PRETENDING IT’S RESPECTFUL. ) ” ??

    ( Hmm , after two years ( ? ) I just noticed your user name can be read as , ” Barrel of oil ” . Neat. )

    • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 5:31 pm #

      She would probably like my friend, Bubba Lynn Krewd.

  37. KesaAnna March 15, 2021 at 6:42 pm #

    I liked Hunter S. Thompson’s take on LV ( Las Vegas Nevada ) : “the US if the Nazis had won WWII”

    — Blackbird

    I don’t know Hunter S. Thompson , except the name rings a bell.

    Anyway , my take on WW II , for at least two decades , has been that the outcome would NOT have generally and basically been substantially different if we had won.

    And who is , ” We ” ?

    It doesn’t matter.

    Like I just said , the outcome would have been the same.

    • Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 6:46 pm #

      Ridiculous. That was Weimar – which the Nazis crushed.

      • KesaAnna March 15, 2021 at 7:15 pm #

        In the 1920’s Hitler is already talking about autobahns and Volkswagens.

        That is , no less than Henry Ford , he assumes cheap coal and cheap petroleum will be a permanent thing , and / or he completely discounts the notion that a hundred million acres of concrete and asphalt might have a catastrophic environmental impact .

        No less than John Maynard Keynes , he assumes growth can or will be perpetual.

        Then , too , he spends at least a hundred and fifty pages of Mein Kampf , ( circa 1924 ) dissing the Austro – Hungarian Empire.

        But , if he had won the war , he would have recreated the Austro – Hungarian Empire. ( or the Russian , Chinese , Brazilian , or U.S. Empires ) only ten times bigger , and ten times the demographic clusterfuck.

        • KesaAnna March 15, 2021 at 7:24 pm #

          Hey , though , you have popularity going for you.

          ” Think locally , act locally — in four time zones . ”

          ” A common culture — in four time zones. ”

          Is conventional wisdom. As well among Fundamentalist Christian Right , as well among Antifa.

        • Uncle Bob March 15, 2021 at 9:24 pm #

          Instead of Tom Watson and IBM being on the winning side with Hitler, they were on the winning side with America. Then they sold their PC business to China, which degraded it as Lenovo. Other tech companies oozed into bed with the ChiComms and developed social media scores, tracking people using facial recognition, and similar modern upgrades to what IBM and the Nazis developed. Makes you wonder why we bothered fighting the fucking fascists in the first place, doesn’t it?

    • malthuss March 15, 2021 at 6:58 pm #

      He might have been murdered. search –hunter thompson and adrenochrome.

      • MaryV March 15, 2021 at 7:31 pm #

        I suspect same.

      • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 8:21 pm #

        He might have killed himself out of disgust. (I think) He was dirty, but unlike other sociopaths, it seemed to bother him. (Watch some interviews – that man is not comfortable in the skin he is wearing.) If so, my respect for him is greatly increased.

        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 9:04 pm #

          He might have. He was, as they say, a firecracker.

          But I doubt it.

          His family certainly didn’t think so. But…sometimes, you never know.

          • Rulo Deschamps March 17, 2021 at 6:38 pm #

            BB, Mango, apparently he was working on some pretty dark stuff at the time of his Valhalla flight. Ritual child abuse and so on. Either he was suicided, or did it himself.

    • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 7:36 pm #

      Kesa, you didn’t know Hunter? Pretty sure he knew you. But, the 60’s… How many escaped with their memory intact?

      • Tekapo March 16, 2021 at 1:52 am #

        But, the 60’s… How many escaped with their memory intact?

        I think I might have … but I can’t remember.

    • Tekapo March 16, 2021 at 2:04 am #

      I liked Hunter S. Thompson’s take on LV ( Las Vegas Nevada ) : “the US if the Nazis had won WWII”

      Worth reading some Hunter S Thompson – “Gonzo Journalism” – his take on the darker side of America is quite outstanding. He took up the baton after the Beat Generation.

      I also love Las Vegas.

      We’ve been to 34 US states (plus DC and American Samoa), and hence have been to dozens of cities and towns. Much of the US is outstanding for its natural beauty, sense of community, and even the built environment and history too. (Not suburbia so much – as JHK has attested to eloquently).

      But a lot of it is also sort of … boring / straight-laced / without a lot of life. Of course there are spectacular exceptions – like Miami Beach, Key West, Huntington Beach, Waikiki, and quite a lot of others.

      Las Vegas is sort of a focused concentration of all the libido, testosterone, adrenaline and break-free spirit of a lot of Americans, and conveniently, they put it all in the one spot.

      Even though they no longer have any sort of monopoly on gambling, they do all the other sleazy touristy stuff really well. Seeing people strolling down the streets on a hot summer’s day, dressed minimally, beer in hand, having a good time. What is not to like?

      • Night Owl March 16, 2021 at 5:35 am #

        Cargill is giving it his all with this new persona.

        “Can’t get banned, can’t get banned”

        Too funny.

        • Tekapo March 18, 2021 at 3:16 am #

          I bet you’re such a goose you haven’t even ever been to Las Vegas.

          • Night Owl March 18, 2021 at 4:16 pm #

            Is that in Australia?

  38. MaryV March 15, 2021 at 7:30 pm #

    Another winner, JHK!

    I think the unbelievable level of absolute corruption in Minneapolis has been exposed with the St. George incident. Obvious he wasn’t murdered, esp. given the autopsy report and the intentional ingesting of fentanyl.

    That $27 million award is a disaster, as was their other attempt to spend $1 million plus on ‘influencers’.

    This clever Twitter poster has connected a LOT of dots, and is exposing exactly how their propaganda machine/intended narrative works, step by step.


    Let the circus begin.

  39. KesaAnna March 15, 2021 at 7:54 pm #

    ” “Haven’t riots become another form of entertainment this restless pandemic year of lockdowns and shutdowns?”

    This is a sad truth.

    For those in the wrong neighborhood at the wrong time, it is definitely not entertainment. But to the 99.99999997% who are elsewhere at that time…it’s at least a bit of an adrenaline rush to hear about or (especially) watch.

    Remember watching night one of the Shock & Awe of Baghdad live on TV back in 2003? Same feeling. The reality on the ground doesn’t outweigh the heightened senses and wonderment of those viewing from afar. ”

    — MrMangoOnMyShoulder

    It’s called , ” Bread and circuses “.

    Except , in the old days , the circus part was a guy getting beaten to death with a stick right in front of you.

    I can’t escape the suspicion , though , that the reality was actually better than the abstraction.

    Even when the most militant kind of paganism was in the catbirds seat , there were folks who were utterly disgusted by the circuses.

    But in making it all abstract , you can pretend you are a fine fellow — while beating a fellow to death with a stick — into infinity.

    —- Or , at least , until things REALLY get ugly.

    • rube-i-con March 15, 2021 at 8:03 pm #

      i never understand what you are trying to say

      • KesaAnna March 15, 2021 at 8:16 pm #

        Many years ago I took a writing course where both the teacher , and the textbook said ; ( paraphrasing )

        ” Don’t introduce evidence into your essay that contradicts , partially contradicts , or appears to contradict , your own premise.

        Don’t introduce evidence into your essay that makes YOU look bad. ”

        OK ——

        ….. wait a minute …..

        That just told me , in so many words , that the BEST essay is a DISHONEST essay.

        So I try to do the opposite.

        So , perhaps , I’m not surprised that you don’t ?

        • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 8:25 pm #

          You should have studied science. How could the commissar have got it so wrong? Science (the esoteric, underground discipline) is all about tearing down your own premise – and everyone else’s.

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 8:30 pm #

            Blackbird – It used to be, at least.

            Now it’s largely about parroting. It ensures the next grant.

          • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 8:51 pm #

            Yeah Mango, you gotta do it on your own. Always been that way, but more so now.

        • akmofo March 15, 2021 at 8:31 pm #

          If I didn’t know better, I’d say you just wrote a poem.

          • akmofo March 15, 2021 at 8:38 pm #


        • rube-i-con March 15, 2021 at 9:11 pm #

          in any case, i guess we~re all in awe of your insights then, even if we don~t understand them fully

          you~re sure you~re not the kid that used to write about the millions and millions of skyscrapers he wanted to build?

        • Tekapo March 16, 2021 at 3:51 pm #

          So I try to do the opposite.

          So , perhaps , I’m not surprised that you don’t ?

          I trust that clears it all up for you Rube, LOL!

          (And BTW, you’re not Robinson Crusoe).

          • rube-i-con March 16, 2021 at 8:11 pm #

            East Germans are writers like Brecht

            Paean to Kesan the KittyKat (KKK) —

            “So, i~m not sure, huh?

            there~s this Dissonance , and it STICKS!

            and they have the gall to **** say the Id is at fault ***

            Why is this the convention? Who knows….”

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 8:31 pm #

      Agreed. It is a rather confounding (yet interesting) style of writing…

      • Blackbird March 15, 2021 at 8:52 pm #

        A Bauhaus Nostradamus.

  40. MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 8:33 pm #

    (meant for rube-i-con above)

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  41. MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 15, 2021 at 8:41 pm #

    KesaAnna – “It’s called, Bread and circuses. Except, in the old days, the circus part was a guy getting beaten to death with a stick right in front of you.”

    I’d call that a legitimate Deep Thought by Jack Handey.

  42. Yohannon March 15, 2021 at 8:59 pm #

    Yoho: The Marines apologized for using an official Marine account to criticize a private citizen, one Tucker Carlson. They were outraged when he came out against new hairstyles for women and maternity suits for female “airmen”. Even the the General of the Space Force chimed in about how bad ass women were. One military cuck said, get it right before you get left behind, boomer.

    This is what bugged them so much:

    After playing the clip, Carlson told viewers: “So we’ve got new hairstyles and maternity flight suits. Pregnant women are going to fight our wars. It’s a mockery of the U.S. Military. While China’s military becomes more masculine as it’s assembled the world’s largest navy, our military needs to become, as Joe Biden says, more feminine, whatever feminine means anymore since men and women no longer exist. The bottom line is, it’s out of control, and the Pentagon is going along with this.”

    The segment drew criticism from Pentagon press secretary John Kirby, who told reporters that “the diversity of our military is one of our greatest strengths.”

    “We are better and more effective not only when we represent the American people—all the American people—but also, when we have the moral courage to include other perspectives and ideas into our decision-making; perspectives that, as the secretary himself noted Monday, are based on lived experience. It’s that experience, and the professionalism and commitment of our people, that has always been our decisive advantage,” he said, adding that the U.S. armed forces need to work on making the military more inclusive.

    “We pledge to do better, and we will. What we absolutely won’t do is take personnel advice from a talk show host or the Chinese military. Now maybe those folks feel like they have something to prove; that’s on them. We know we’re the greatest military in the world today, and even for all the things we need to improve, we know exactly why that’s so.”

    Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin “shares the revulsion of so many others to what Mr. Carlson said in his opening statement,” according to the press secretary.

    In addition, the Space Force Command’s senior enlisted leader, Marine Corps Master Gunnery Sgt. Scott Stalker, said in a video while in uniform that Carlson’s opinion is “based on zero days of service in the armed forces.” Army Sgt. Major Michael Grinston was among other officers criticizing Carlson.

    Carlson on March 11 said the Pentagon had effectively “declare[d] war on a domestic news operation.”

    He also amped up his critique of what he described as the military’s focus on identity politics, noting that Biden recently announced the Pentagon would pay for gender reassignment surgery for active-duty personnel.

    “How do sex changes in the military make this country safer? That’s not a trick question. It’s not another volley in the culture war. It’s the only question that matters—literally, the only question that matters. But no one bothered to ask it, probably because no one can remember why the U.S. military exists,” Carlson said.

    “Here’s a reminder: The U.S. military exists to fight and win wars. That’s its only purpose. The U.S. military is not an NGO. It is not a vehicle for achieving ‘equity.’ It’s not a social experiment. It’s definitely not an employment agency. Nobody has a God-given right to work in the military. No one does, and that includes all of us.”

    from Epoch Times

    • redrock March 15, 2021 at 9:58 pm #

      The military has one purpose, to kill people. Turning it into a social experiment is bullshit from start to finish. I cannot imagine being in Vietnam with a woman in a combat situation. Words fail me.

    • BackRowHeckler March 16, 2021 at 6:39 am #

      In the Armed Forces, Diversity is not strength, it is weakness.

      A Homogeneous command is the most effective.

      At some point in this century we will get into it with Russia and China; that’s when the efficacy of drag queen marines, pregnant fighter pilots, and army companies made up of ‘Dreamers’ will be tested.


      • BackRowHeckler March 16, 2021 at 9:11 am #

        … and 4 Star Generals promoted from the Ladies Auxiliary.

        PLA war planners must be getting a good laugh out of that.

        But hey, “we got the tegg-knowlegy, man.”

        So do they.


      • Tekapo March 16, 2021 at 3:58 pm #

        Wars of the future will be fought by drones and planes and ships … and smart men & women sitting at computer consoles – being a foot soldier in a steaming jungle not so much.

        • Rulo Deschamps March 17, 2021 at 6:42 pm #

          I think Arthur Clarke said he didn’t know what weapons WW3 would be fought with, but knew the weapons for WW4: sticks and stones.

      • Ricechex March 17, 2021 at 10:44 pm #

        Excellent post BRH. I did have to think about this though. The drag queens, pregnant women and Dreamers will not be fighting. They will surely be getting medical boarded out, using mental health services, and various other entitlement services which keeps their boots off the ground. They figure it out really quickly how to get paid without actually working.

    • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 10:00 am #

      Good on Tucker Carlson.

      Wow, the military brass have been well indoctrinated or trained into CRT-speak. Talk about following the script. They covered it all: Inclusion, feels, ‘do better’, white guilt, lived experience (this one to me is the funniest – about as drop dead ridiculous as ‘cultural appropriation’), ‘everyone gets a trophy’ talk… well this ought to bode well for the military’s future. We see how CRT is issuing the death blow to colleges and universities. Now the military? LMAO.

      You can’t make this stuff up.

  43. Pucker March 15, 2021 at 9:13 pm #

    Sandra Sellers: “I hate to say this…but I’m not going to get the experimental vaccine that may not work if I still have to self-isolate, quarantine, and wear masks…just because vaccine statistics and case numbers have become the sole measure of a political authority of the deranged, corrupt, pathologically lying politicians.”


  44. Pucker March 15, 2021 at 9:26 pm #

    It’s really weird and Kafkaesque that Dr. Fauci always pretends like he doesn’t know anything about coronaviruses. He’s dissembling. Fauci’s organization has funded hundreds of millions of dollars in coronavirus research in the US and China, including gain-of-function research.

    • Pucker March 15, 2021 at 10:35 pm #

      Dr. Fauci pretends that he doesn’t know that vaccines generally don’t work in old people and that they often create immune pathologies, particularly in old people. Dr. Fauci must have missed class that day?

      Dr. Fauci was on TV last night. He said that the decision to take the vaccine is “A No Brainer”.

      Sandra Sellers: “I hate to say this….”

      • Pucker March 15, 2021 at 10:47 pm #

        Do you remember Woody Allen’s joke?:

        “Never trust a naked bus driver. You’d be surprised how many people trust a naked bus driver.”

    • Night Owl March 16, 2021 at 4:27 am #

      Also worth mentioning is that USD 7.4 million of that dough went to Wuhan.

  45. Siebert March 15, 2021 at 9:32 pm #

    Just finished the book How to Drag a Body and Other Safety Tips You Hope to Never Need and wish I had read it earlier.

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  46. Pucker March 15, 2021 at 10:52 pm #

    Dr. Fauci was on TV last night. He said that the decision to take the vaccine is “A No Brainer”.

    Dr. Fauci was Taking the Piss at the nincompoop American public, like Obama Taking the Piss in the vaccine TV commercial when he says that he wants to get the vaccine so that he can hug his 300 pound mother-in-law, right?

    • Pucker March 16, 2021 at 1:13 am #

      “The NIH paying the Chinese millions of US taxpayer dollars to perform gain-of-function research on bat coronaviruses in the Wuhan lab is a No Brainer.”

      Dr. Fauci

    • Mountain gal March 16, 2021 at 11:41 am #

      The interesting thing about the vaccines is that it is nearly impossible to prove causality in terms of adverse reactions to them. The only exception that I know of is when a vaccine provokes an anaphylactic reaction as that generally occurs pretty quickly after vaccination and is very evident as well as a known adverse rxn. All the rest, be they strokes, heart attacks, blood clots, thrombocytopenia, etc; all of these just get lumped in that amorphous category of medical events that could have :just happened anyway” and that they happened soon after the vaccine was given is just coincidence. I don’t personally like coincidences.

      • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 12:26 pm #

        Yes, Covid Bad, yet good because of funding and whatever else, so everything gets lumped in as Covid.

        Vaccine Good, so all deaths associated with it get lumped as something else.

        Covid is Good because it leads to “shots in arms”. The only really bad thing is people knowing about the down sides (is there any upside?) of vaccines. It’s all about the lumps when it comes to the lumpen proletariat.

  47. CitizenG March 15, 2021 at 11:57 pm #

    Today I was wondering who the hell did Cuomo piss off as the barrage of negative press droned on so I DuckDuckGoed it and several hits popped up and this was one of them.


    This writer claims it’s all about the 2024 and the fear that Cuomo is as egotistical as Kamalazila but far less “malleable”. Sounds as rational as anything else explaining the strange Wokester press turnabout on the former Dem golden boy aka Cuomoligula!

    • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 10:03 am #

      What a meteoric rise and fall.

      Love to see the hit on him but they’ll probably put someone as bad or worse in his place.

    • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 12:27 pm #

      He’s going to be driven out of public life. Maybe he’ll open a pizza joint. I will visit and throw slices at him.

      • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 12:53 pm #

        That would be fun.

    • Ricechex March 17, 2021 at 11:10 pm #

      Thanks CitizenG for posting this. I have been wondering about this myself. The weak sex allegations of course all coming at once, in a blitzkrieg. It was certainly planned. I am guessing that the sociopath Newsom was planning a presidential run, and perhaps Cuomo would have been too much of a contender? Newsom is quite arrogant as well, but much more manipulated and easily controlled.

  48. SoftStarLight March 16, 2021 at 3:22 am #

    The $27 million payout before the jurors are even selected is incredibly curious right. To such a point even that it might be worth considering what is actually being communicated by such an action. 27 is an interesting number to arrive at no? Out of all possible combinations of numbers that one could conceive of as being the right answer to a perceived wrong and a loss why and how did the city council arrive at 27 million? Some interesting little random? factoids about the number 27..

    27 is a cube of 3 – the trinity of trinities
    There are 27 books in the New Testament
    There are 27 bones in the human hand
    The Constitution has 27 amendments
    27 is the highest number of the Platonic Lambda
    The Sun rotates on its axis every 27 days
    The Moon orbits the Earth in 27 days
    The Sky is divided into 27 lunar mansions in Hindu Astrology
    In Buddhist philosophy 27 is the highest level of spiritual attainment in Rupa-loka (the material world)

    But it was probably just a random number that sounded good and this is way overthinking it.

    • Tekapo March 16, 2021 at 5:53 am #

      Lots of rock stars died at 27.

      • SoftStarLight March 16, 2021 at 10:22 am #

        Oh yes! The infamous 27 Club. Amy Winehouse, Janis Joplin, Kurt Cobain, Jimi Hendrix, etc….

        • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 12:32 pm #


          The Saturn Return is when the planet Saturn comes back to meet your natal Saturn. It takes about 29.5 years for this slow-mover to return to where it was when you were born. The Saturn return hits in the late 20s and its impact is felt into the early 30s.

          They feel the great Reckoner approaching and they don’t want to deal with it. They’d rather check out and die pretty.

          • Soul Forensics March 16, 2021 at 2:30 pm #

            27’s been my fave number since I was a kid. Had to bribe another guy on our hockey team back in the day with beer so I could claim his #27 jersey.

          • SoftStarLight March 16, 2021 at 2:40 pm #

            Neat. I mean not the phenomenon you explain but just the knowledge that such a phenomenon has been noted as existing. I will have to look into it a little more. I always learn so much from you.

          • Rulo Deschamps March 17, 2021 at 6:49 pm #

            Soul, my lucky number, too. 27 was on my soccer jersey all through school.

        • Tekapo March 16, 2021 at 6:02 pm #

          Brian Jones, Jimmy Morrison

        • rube-i-con March 16, 2021 at 8:20 pm #

          and the singer in Canned Heat

          Plus Myron Myzurkon, a little-known regional polka prodigy who scored hits with “Woscievicz bulaz’na rag” & “Olschovic kalobyo two-step” and who died of a palopki overdose in Scranton at age 27 in 1963, presaging later greats who would pass at the same age.

    • tucsonspur March 16, 2021 at 6:14 am #

      You might want to know:

      On the sun:


      On the moon:

      The moon also rotates on its axis in about 27 days.

      Also, it takes about one month for the Moon to orbit Earth (27.3 days to complete a revolution, but 29.5 days to change from New Moon to New Moon).

      Also, 2+7=9, nine minutes on the neck.

      ‘Twenty seven miles across the sea, Santa Catalina is waiting for me..’ I know, I’m off key. 🙂

      • BackRowHeckler March 16, 2021 at 9:23 am #

        I wish I was at Santa Catalina right about now, soaking up some warm rays.

        About 12°F here last night, whole goddam place frozen solid despite spring just less than a week away.??

        • rube-i-con March 16, 2021 at 8:22 pm #

          c~mon man! It~s averages, averages! Not the temperature outside!

      • SoftStarLight March 16, 2021 at 10:17 am #

        Wow. I didn’t even think about the nine minutes on the neck. That might have been the easiest starting place but why not have some complication huh lol :-). Well it may be off key but still sounds good to me! I’ve been thinking about the beach a lot lately and how it would be nice just to float on the waves and forget the cares onshore.

  49. Mountain gal March 16, 2021 at 6:29 am #

    One of the biggest things I notice these days is how much that would/should be obvious or apparent is being willingly withheld from us by MSM and our government leaders. Thus we see a violent felon who was on drugs and in poor health, and resisting arrest yet he has been anointed a saint and the cops are being tried for his murder. And his family has been awarded 27 million for the loss of a man who not only wasn’t in any way lawfully supporting his children but was a detriment to society in general.

    We see Covid turned into a scary pandemic when in fact it doesn’t even come close to the carnage caused by the last major pandemic, the flu of a hundred years ago. Yet we have shut down our economy and caused irreparable hard to many.

    Clear indications are that obesity is a factor in severe Covid/death yet Americans aren’t being told to lose weight and get in shape. Vitamin D as well as several other easily obtained nutrients can help prevent severe Covid but MSM is mum.

    We’re being told we have to get the vaccine but they’re really experimental, adverse effects are being denied right and left and we are being criticized for not wanting to be guinea pigs. Seems obvious that only those who are at high risk for Covid should get the vaccine.

    The other thing is, research is showing that the quick rise in variants in likely due to imunocompromised people who have contracted Covid and have a long residence time of Covid in their bodies leading to mutations. Essentially, this means that the rise in mutations is pretty well due to those who have poorly functioning immune systems; those getting treatment for cancer, taking certain meds and many of the elderly. So this is the group which is both most at risk of severe Covid and is also likely responsible for much of the rise in mutations of the Covid virus. I’m guessing obese people would fall in this category as well.

    This group is also most likely to not develop strong antibodies when given the vaccine. So obviously, these are the people that should be protected from exposure to Covid and the rest of us should just go on our way and live our lives. If we did this I suspect the virus would mutate slowly and not in the fashion it has been doing. And of course there is the thorny issue being that nature would on its own weed out the unfittest among us which those in this group would fall into. Our tampering with nature in this regard is likely exposing everyone else to more dangerous variations of Covid than would otherwise exist.

    • Night Owl March 16, 2021 at 8:07 am #

      We need to call the fraud and inversions out.

      One of the most important ways to do this is to refuse to comply and to point out the lies from the McMedia, as the MSM is the means through which all of this is possible.

      One of my favorite inversions is the Washington Compost’s Trump-era rallying cry of “Democracy Dies in Darkness.” The darkness of course is a cynical metaphor for the carefully crafted narratives from the MSM itself.

      These sorts of inversions are present in every area/issue of the day where fraud is rich. It is sad to see that some of my favorite authors and public personalities still resist touching on certain subjects.

      • stelmosfire March 16, 2021 at 8:29 am #

        “Darkness” is what we are dealt every day by the ruling party. Slo’ Jo bumbles his way through a speech. Dark winter, dark,times dark period. Dark, Dark, Dark. MSM -Covid, Covid Covid all the time. There’s a white supremacist in your basement! Be very very fearful. It is so ridiculous. It’s scary that the the people actually believe this bullshit. But hey, I got my $1400 so happy days are here again.

    • akmofo March 16, 2021 at 8:28 am #

      The Vatican/CIA propaganda outlets have been doing that for decades and decades when it comes to Israel. Deliberately engineering false perceptions and false narratives by withholding pertinent information and blatantly staging a falsified reality.

      They control all the local media in practically every western country, including Israel. It doesn’t matter what newspaper you pick up, what radio station you listen to, what TV news channel you watch, the exact same stories and narratives are Copy&Pasted in all of them. They have total informational dominance. They scribe the narratives decades in advance. They then stage and dictate the narratives. They mass propagate the narratives on their propaganda outlets. They control the whole fake theatrical process from A to Z. They create our informational world and reality.

      • Mountain gal March 16, 2021 at 9:07 am #

        While I don’t have a problem with acknowledging that MSM is exceedingly biased against Israel and yes, often the same “news” appears everywhere, I still fail to see how the Vatican is doing this. Or even why they would. While I have no love lost for the Vatican and indeed they are responsible for much horror inflicted on Jews over the years, I don’t see them as having a huge sphere of influence anymore. Could be wrong but I don’t.

        • akmofo March 16, 2021 at 9:49 am #

          You don’t see this control because they have that control to hide themselves. Pay attention to the news you don’t hear or is immediately de-emphasized and quickly relegated to obscurity and forgotten. That will tell you exactly who is narrating your informational awareness.

        • Tate March 16, 2021 at 11:35 am #

          Tinfoil nutter.

          • akmofo March 16, 2021 at 11:57 am #

            Another Vatican shill.

        • Tekapo March 16, 2021 at 12:24 pm #

          While I don’t have a problem with acknowledging that MSM is exceedingly biased against Israel …

          Source for this? I would strongly argue that if you examined every article or story about Israel for the last 50 years, the overwhelming majority would be pro-Israeli.

          The dispossessed and persecuted Palestinians have been mercilessly attacked … classic victim-blaming on an international scale – they have had very few friends – and hardly anywhere near the media clout of the pro-Israel forces.

          • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 2:07 pm #

            I agree. What on Earth is their (Akmo and Gal) standard?

            But they are getting screwed along with the rest of us now by the Elite – Israel worse than any. I used to think that the Jewish Elite cared about their own people, unlike the White Elite. But apparently that’s in the past. The new ones do not, apparently converted to Globalist Satanism by their Goy Brethren.

            Mountain Gal has been embedded with Leftist Greens, so their media might be her standard, which is indeed anti-Zionist.

          • SoftStarLight March 16, 2021 at 2:44 pm #

            I personally am very shocked Israel was so aggressive in having its native population vaccinated so quickly with these experimental vaccines. I really don’t understand that given even other countries are less aggressive with forcing the vaccinations at the moment though we see the momentum attempting to build up for such an outcome and clearly Western countries are really wanting to follows Israel’s lead for sure.

          • Mountain gal March 16, 2021 at 3:50 pm #

            @ SSL

            Yeah, I don’t get it either. I sure hope the vaccines ultimately turn out to be safe because there’s just no going back from immunizing such a huge percentage of the population with this. Definitely a real leap of faith to put that much trust in a new technology.

          • Rulo Deschamps March 17, 2021 at 7:03 pm #

            Tekapo, hell no. MSM is 90% against Israel. The woke left hates Israel. MSM media is part of it. You’ll never read anything good about that country in the NYT or WaPo.

            Palestinians… gimme a break…let’s talk about their Grand Mufti meeting with Hitler and promising new pogroms and mass murders. Did you know there was a Palestinian-Bosnian SS division in WW2?

            The extremes meet and agree: the resident Nazi and the resident woke progressive can agree, Joos are bad. Go to hell. Israeli Arabs (there’s many of those) are the only arabs living in a true democracy. Think about it.

          • Tekapo March 18, 2021 at 3:20 am #

            Tekapo, hell no. MSM is 90% against Israel. The woke left hates Israel. MSM media is part of it. You’ll never read anything good about that country in the NYT or WaPo.

            Come on man, that’s malarkey … the entire US media has been pro-Israel since I was in short pants in the 1960s.

            Please show me anywhere where the NYT, WaPo, or any US media have ever taken the Palestinian position seriously. Even just once … it has never ever happened.

            Well – fuck’em – I’m on the side of the Palestinians while the Israelis are such awful shits, and won’t allow a Palestinian state.

        • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 12:42 pm #

          Who owns the Media? Why have they turned against their own people like this?

          Israel is bearing the brunt of the Covid madness and it’s inflicted by their own.

          • malthuss March 16, 2021 at 2:50 pm #

            Who owns the Media? Chinese.

          • Ricechex March 17, 2021 at 11:28 pm #

            It is very serious there. My friend’s brother (native born Israeli, lives in Europe) flew there. He tested COVID negative both on leaving Europe and arriving in Israel.

            However, he still had to quarantine for 10 days, which I guess he did not want to do. So he left the home, foolishly taking his phone and upon his return cops were waiting for him and he was given a big fine.

            Very scary indeed.

          • Tekapo March 18, 2021 at 3:24 am #

            Who owns the Media? Chinese.

            Can you show some evidence of that?

    • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 10:08 am #

      The fact that they have all ordered us to do the opposite of healthy thing is one of the factors in my conclusion that the whole thing is a big effing hoax. They obviously want us to weaken our immune systems. Every single thing they have done harms us.

      I just was reading a friend’s twitter feed, she was polling people about how many people they knew personally died of covid19. So far, none! But every one of them know people who have died from the vaccine (this friend knows 3!), suicide from the lockdown, and not just 1, but several.

      How can anyone refuse to see that we’re literally being attacked? And no one fights back. It’s ridiculous.

      • Mountain gal March 16, 2021 at 10:48 am #

        Right you are Mary. I don’t personally know anyone who has died of either Covid or the vaccine. A friend’s dad died of Covid; he had dementia and was in a nursing home. I know people who have had family members who got Covid but they all survived, even an elderly woman.

        I’m forced to wear a mask here in any store. When I do so for more than just a quick trip in to grab a gallon of milk, I end up with a sore throat for a few days afterwards. I doubt I’m picking up diseases each time in the store, but no matter the type of mask I wear, be it an N95, K94, cotton etc., I always end up with a nasty sore throat afterwards. So I suspect wearing a mask is getting me sick! Given this I try to stay out of stores or anyplace I am forced to wear a mask. Fortunately my work isn’t in any venue that requires a mask!

        So many older people that I know of are terrified and have been huddled at home for the past year. What is that doing to them? How many of them now have weakened immune systems, bone loss, cognitive impairment, low Vitamin D levels etc due to their lack of exercise, sun and socialization? My own mother is in that category. I can’t even convince her to just go out, take a nice walk and get some sun and fresh air! She’s done this for a year now. I don’t see this ending well but the media have her all terrified.

        And older people that I know in my community that have had the vaccine have been terrorized to fear the Covid variations so now they are STILL afraid to just go out and socialize!

        Someone is obviously profiting off of what this has done world-wide. I generally believe in the maxim of ‘”follow the money”. And no akmoto, I honestly don’t think the Vatican is behind this! Bill Gates? Maybe………

        • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 2:20 pm #

          I tried and failed to post info on just how much Bezos, Gates, Zuck, etc. made on this pandemic – I have the stats – but this blog won’t allow me to post it. I didn’t even have a link in there.

          In any case, they all made a killing – while killing us.

          Just heard about another suicide this a.m., this person was distraught over possibly being forced to take the vaxx.

          And Moderna announced it’s testing the vax on young children. Remember a year ago when they said kids don’t get it? But now they are bioweapons and have to be sterilized with untested vaxxes to keep grammaw safe? MEanwhile, grammaw is being killed with vaxxes too.

      • Mountain gal March 16, 2021 at 10:50 am #

        @ Mary

        And yes, I know of 2 families that have lost young adult sons this past year, one to suicide and one to an OD. Can I prove this was due to the Covid lockdowns? No, but……..

      • SvrzoH March 16, 2021 at 10:59 am #

        By the mid of May last year I decided to conduct the survey in just about any checkout line I was in including the cashier. Resolute NO.
        It cracked me up when some answered with “Thanks God” sigh of a relief oblivious to the answers just heard, one after another.

        • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 2:21 pm #

          So, as a friend of mine is always quoting her husband as saying, ‘show me the bodies!’

          It would appear that all causes of death are gradually disappearing and being replaced by COVID19.

          • Mountain gal March 17, 2021 at 9:14 am #

            I read an article yesterday on one of the leftist MSM websites regarding the carnage that Covid has wrought on the Latino population in some states, specially younger Latinos. That sounds very sad; I can’t verify their numbers and of course I don’t live there. Although from the pics shown on that article, the Latinos were overwhelmingly obese which most definitely plays a large role in Covid mortality. But crickets on that…….. And of course it’s all due to systemic racism, poverty, their jobs, housing, distrust of the medical system and all the rest. What if it’s due to overall poor health due to a lifetime of eating junk? Why on earth isn’t this info getting out to people?

      • Soul Forensics March 16, 2021 at 2:39 pm #

        There’s another insidious issue with Covid hysteria and lockdowns that rarely gets mentioned, and that’s quality of life.

        Yeah, it’s sometimes hard to measure the exact reasons an old-timer kicks off. Covid? Covid enabled disease or shutdown? Unrelated to Covid?

        But there’s no denying that many, many old people are increasingly, sometimes forcefully, isolated, and even if they manage to hold on, what’s the point of life for the frail and afflicted when they can’t even look forward to a visit once a day or week from their loved ones?

        It’s pure evil, and the facile acceptance of these conditions, which change like the wind, is infuriating.

        • Mountain gal March 16, 2021 at 3:53 pm #

          Indeed. I feel so badly for the elders who have been isolated “for their own good” of course. Some have spent this past year alone in their nursing home room!

        • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 11:07 pm #

          Evil incarnate. The mind reels.

  50. stelmosfire March 16, 2021 at 8:33 am #

    $1400 bucks doesn’t always buy happiness. I guess this fella had poor impulse control. Mr. Halfacre was 39.5 aces short of his birthright. He needed the $1400 to buy a mule.

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    • BackRowHeckler March 16, 2021 at 9:18 am #

      Mr. Halfacre just wanted his fair share of the govt schwag, RIP. So what’s the problem?


      • SoftStarLight March 16, 2021 at 10:29 am #

        And White Supremacy is probably the reason he decided to spray his family with bullets. They had the absolute nerve to bequeath him with a surname like Halfacre. He could never have a whole acre huh?! Because he be Black. Racist world couldn’t even give him a good name so he showed em!

        • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 11:08 pm #


        • Rulo Deschamps March 17, 2021 at 7:16 pm #

          SoftStar, funny

  51. Phillyboy March 16, 2021 at 9:45 am #

    In a country where Business Week – Bloomberg has an article saying that the Tax code is racist, can we really expect that we will find any sanity? Just keep plenty of ammo handy for when they come for you.

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 16, 2021 at 12:17 pm #

      When the recent second-draw PPP program began a few months back, it was only open at first to (“prioritizing”, as they put it) minority business owners, namely people of color, women, indigenous peoples, etc. A few weeks later the rest of the country could apply. Implying other businesses weren’t struggling or immediately in need, too.


      But anyone who doesnt see obvious racism in that is confused. Or is of the belief that racism only can go one way, case closed, fat lady already sang (and is now at the Wendy’s drive-thru), throw away the key, etc.

      Tax code? For sure. Not clear to me how, exactly…but I’m sure that it must be. Because Bloomberg wrote an article about it.

  52. 100th Avatar March 16, 2021 at 9:59 am #

    The elites and 1% need you to believe they are the spear-point of freedom, progress, liberalism, wholeness.

    From strategic culture . Org:

    “In America, this impulse found Trump – not the other way around. The point here essentially being that America no longer saw Red and Blue as the two extended wings belonging to the bird of liberal democracy. For something around half of America, the ‘system’ was rigged towards a profiteering 0.1%, and against them.

    The key point here surely is whether the élites’ Great Re-set – to reinvent themselves as leaders of the ‘re-vamped’ values of liberalism, overlayered by a newly up-dated, AI and robot-led, post-modernity – is destined to succeed, or not.”

    “Continued ‘westification’ of the globe – the principal component to ‘old’ liberal globalism – though tarnished and largely discredited, remains mandatory, as made clear in the cogent reasoning recently advanced by Robert Kagan: Absent the justifying myth of ‘seeding democracy across the world’ around which to organise the empire, the moral logic of the entire enterprise begins to fall apart, Kagan argued (with surprising frankness). He thus asserts that the U.S. empire abroad is required – precisely in order to preserve the myth of ‘democracy’ at home”

    • 100th Avatar March 16, 2021 at 10:00 am #

      Wokeness not wholeness

    • Tate March 16, 2021 at 11:22 am #

      Robert Kagan, arch neo-conservative, married to the infamous Victoria Nuland, who “masterminded” the dirty Maidan square affair in Ukraine.

      • Night Owl March 16, 2021 at 11:54 am #

        But there were sandwiches for the hungry Maidaners. That makes it ok.

        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 16, 2021 at 12:21 pm #

          Good sandwiches? Or those funeral sandwiches with cheez whiz and sliced green olives on a slider roll?

          • BackRowHeckler March 16, 2021 at 7:24 pm #

            Hey, don’t knock Cheez Whiz. I loved Cheez Whiz back in the day.

          • Rulo Deschamps March 17, 2021 at 7:20 pm #

            Heckler, ” I loved Cheez Whiz back in the day”… that’s a death wish. If you really want to go to Valhalla sooner than your time, why not enjoy Bourbon and cigarettes?

          • 100th Avatar March 18, 2021 at 8:24 pm #

            Easy Cheese.

            Cheese Wiz is a semi-liquid in a jar. Used for white people Notchos.

            Easy cheese is in an aerosol can.

            Fat people put it on chicken in a basket crackers.
            Or white bread sandwiches.
            Or their chubby sausage fingers.

            Haute Americana Profunda cuisine.

    • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 12:56 pm #

      Hilarious, but it makes twisted sense. You have to keep evangelizing even though you don’t believe any more. Otherwise your parishioners will realize the whole thing is a fraud.

      In any case, and perhaps what he didn’t say, it’s their modus operandi for robbing other countries. Being able to just come in veni, vidi, vici style ended with the Romans.

      • 100th Avatar March 16, 2021 at 10:30 pm #



        It has become so twisted and disembodied.
        It’s their crusader’s oath.

        And perverted.
        Democracy at gun point.
        By glint of a barrel and whistle of a bomb.

        That’s what America is waging
        It’s the payload being dropped.

        Or else

  53. benr March 16, 2021 at 10:37 am #

    It’s odd how the media covers for the uniparty but lied about orangeman bad. Whats worse there is no repercussion at all for the mountain of lies.


    Just more of the same shit slowly dribbling out but the fools can’t see how they were conned and a dullard was shoveled into the Whitehouse as a result of lies, fraud and outright election theft.

  54. Tate March 16, 2021 at 11:30 am #

    “It’s about ‘systemic racism,’ you understand, because how else do you explain the rather spectacular failure-to-thrive in such a big demographic chunk of the US population?”

    You can’t. There’s no other way to explain it.

  55. JohnAZ March 16, 2021 at 12:20 pm #

    Uncle Bob

    Who is between the financiers and the Dark one?

    Who benefits?

    Bond folks would say Spectre!

    Who in the world will benefit these folks?

    China, constantly undermining the crypto basis of the country is a good choice. China will stop at nothing to knock down the US to their own benefit. Sorta, China First. There is nothing wrong with this, it is their country. All your aforementioned people however have a vested interest in destroying the US response, Trump’s America First. Why are they against America, why is the Deep State against the Common Culture?

    Why are the White elite against Whites? Guilt about slavery? C’mon Man!

    Is it power? IMHO, this is number one. These global power people are United by a desire to destroy the number one enemy, US! Once we are gone, who is next to destroy the super power model of geopolitics. Putin knows, Russia is next on the list, but only after the US is gone.

    China is a main character on the global side. They are the main financier of the global activities tearing down the White culture. Their drive down the Silk Road is aimed at the ME and Africa and eventually Muslim Europe. The CCP is the natural leader of the post US world, more people, more ruthless, more dedicated, less diverse, less spiritual, a perfect model for world domination.

    There is a conglomerate of people at the top right now. Trump understood this and try to go to war against them with America First. He was outnumbered and did not stand a chance.

    The American contingent of this group is the Deep State, local to federal levels. They believe that global rule is paramount and they are betraying their own country to promote global control. They are winning and will take a place on the world stage once the US is destroyed.

    You know how to get a Democratic country to self destruct to a foreign entity. Change its population to the same as those trying to do the destruction.

    Who the heck do you think is financing every divisive, destructive activity aimed at the US jugular? Who is paying for all those T shirts? They are not even afraid of the Common patriotic culture any more. For good reason, the conservative cause is done, no Trump and a group of Deep Staters in the GOP tearing what is left down of the party.

    Yohannon. You are concerned about the Caucasian culture? You better invest in Russia. Europe and the US are toast, overwhelmed by the soldiers of the Globalist empire, and China.

    Rebel the movie, “The Sum of All Fears”, by Tom Clancy. Remember the Nazi guy who said, we will win by getting the US to fight Russia. On the world scene you are seeing his philosophy in action.

    Who benefits, who do the globalists favor, who are they funded by.

    CCP. I hope Putin is willing to fight for the existence of the White race, we are not, Europe is not.

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    • JohnAZ March 16, 2021 at 12:23 pm #

      Remember , not Rebel.

    • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 1:01 pm #

      Putin hates White Nationalists and they hate him. That’s why they fought in Ukraine – to install the Globalists, lol. They got sandwiches.

      Putin is interested in a renewed Russian Empire or Soviet Union. Whatever he wants to call it. He doesn’t have any real Vision I’m afraid.

      Compare him with Kamal Attaturk who let large areas go just so that Turkey could remain Turkish. This seems to escape Putin entirely. Massive Muslim populations live in Russia now. He’s fine with it.

      • BackRowHeckler March 16, 2021 at 4:21 pm #

        I thought Putin rode Harleys with the White Wolves, a Russian Nationalist MC gang.

        Putin got the best Harley.

      • JohnAZ March 16, 2021 at 4:40 pm #

        They are allowed to dwell in Russia as Russians. Ask the Chechnyans. Russia does have its diversity problems but when push comes to shove, the Russians will knock the hell out of anyone that tries to rebel against their Russian culture.

        That is the difference between us.

      • Rulo Deschamps March 17, 2021 at 7:25 pm #

        These guys?


        yeah, Putin doesn’t like them. Russians don’t like them. I don’t like them either. Murderers.

  56. Tate March 16, 2021 at 12:52 pm #

    “[Pretender] President Joe Biden’s border chief [Jewish Cuban Alejandro Mayorkas] announced his plans Tuesday to expand economic migration into the United States, on top of the roughly one million people per year set by Congress.”


    “Mayorkas’ side-door immigration policy has been widely criticized, including by CNN commentator Fareed Zakaria. On March 14, he said:

    ‘The truth is the asylum system is out of control. The concept of asylum dates to the years after World War Two, when the United States created a separate path to legal status for those who feared religious, ethnic or political persecution, a noble idea born in the shadow of America’s refusal to take in Jews in the 1930s.

    It was used sparingly for decades, mostly applying to cases of extreme discrimination.

    But the vast majority of people entering the southern border are really traditional migrants fleeing poverty and violence. This is a sad situation, but it does not justify giving them special consideration above others around the world who seek to come to the United States for similar reasons, but go through the normal process.'”

    What are the Cultural Marxists trying to do? Stoke the fuel for the coming attempted genocide against the historic American nation, i.e., White people? Maybe not intentionally, but the goyim have started to notice… It will be a bloodbath once the gloves come off.

    • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 1:13 pm #

      Alba used to love playing this game. She’d indignantly claim she was against mass immigration, while being for mass asylum. How can people be like this? Why did God create people like “Frank” (from the movie Blue Velvet)?

      • GreenAlba March 16, 2021 at 2:23 pm #

        You are such a liar that I wonder if you ever go to confession.

        I am neither ‘for’ mass immigration nor ‘for’ mass asylum. Mostly I consider it best for people to be offered asylum as near as possible to their country of origin (and that is indeed what mostly happens, regardless of how many make their way to Europe or the US).

        However, sometimes, asylum seekers will turn up on your doorstep and a decision will have to be made. I’m glad it’s not me who has to make it.

        You never offer actual solutions to actual problems. I’ve told you before that several million mostly Syrian refugees are currently in Turkey, courtesy of the EU, which is paying Turkey to keep them there. But periodically, Turkey uses its trump card to threaten the EU with flooding it with Syrian refugees if it doesn’t play ball, e.g. regarding the Kurds. What do you suggest? That the EU does everything it’s told to by Turkey or that it tells Turkey to do its worst and then shoots millions of innocent Syrians as they make their way towards the EU?

        Why do you insist on claiming that moral dilemmas have nothing at all moral about them?

        • GreenAlba March 16, 2021 at 2:25 pm #

          BTW, while I wouldn’t want to comment on Tate’s own last paragraph, I’d say the one before it – the last one of his quoted paragraphs – is fair enough, if desperately sad for those involved.

          • malthuss March 16, 2021 at 2:55 pm #

            But the vast majority of people entering the southern border are really traditional migrants fleeing poverty and violence. This is a sad situation, but it does not justify giving them special consideration above others around the world who seek to come to the United States for similar reasons, but go through the normal process.

            Many create poverty and violence.

            Its been raining. I saw a Latinx with his bedroll and water bottle.
            I thought, what kind of life did he flee, if being on the streets here with a damp bedroll is a better life?

          • GreenAlba March 16, 2021 at 3:13 pm #


            Any that create violence should be sent right back where they came from.

            And I agree with you that someone with a bedroll and a water bottle in a ‘richer’ country is not be envied, except maybe if he’s less likely to be randomly shot from one day to the next.

            I don’t have any answers to the misery and desperation of the world, but I agree that importing it all into one place isn’t an option. And I agree that your Dems are nothing but hypocritical vote-gatherers (from what I can see), for which you have my sympathy.

          • malthuss March 16, 2021 at 3:56 pm #

            when the ancestors of our current Pakistani population first came…when? why? what job skills did they have, textiles?

          • elysianfield March 16, 2021 at 7:24 pm #

            “what job skills did they have, textiles?”

            C’Mon man…They have a work ethic. They are relatively successful, and even maintaining their strange habits and cultural quirks, seem to be good citizens.

            When was the last time a Paki stole your car or robbed you of your lunch money?


          • GreenAlba March 17, 2021 at 2:05 pm #

            The middle class ones (in the more elevated UK sense) are actually very aspirational. It has been said that Asian parents/grandparents will pay for university educations for those intending to be doctors, lawyers, accountants, engineers or media persons etc., but if you want to study English Literature or Underwater Basket Weaving, you’re on your own.

            (Some years ago I looked into the question of which university degrees were most/least successful in getting their ‘owners’ a job, and the least directly useful, statistically, was English Literature and combinations therewith. Behind Media Studies, which can actually be quite productive, apparently, despite its almost joke status over the years.)

        • SoftStarLight March 16, 2021 at 2:48 pm #

          For what it’s worth 🙂 I remember you several times mentioning that you were not concerned in the slightest that Asians and Muslims would become significant populations and influencers in Britain. Maybe not those words exactly but the sentiments for sure came through. Almost as if you expect them to always remain small minorities even though ya’ll have just as many issues with roving illegal migrants as we do here. BUT! That is not to say that some of your positions on immigration I find reasonable. Some lol.

          • malthuss March 16, 2021 at 2:57 pm #

            Jews are a tiny minority worldwide ..as in 30? million / 8 billion.

            Look at the power they have.

          • GreenAlba March 16, 2021 at 3:07 pm #

            You are right that I said I wasn’t concerned about being swamped by Muslims. Muslims are about 1.4% of my country’s population. England has more, but I still don’t feel afraid of being swamped, although as I have said before I’m happy with a sprinkling of Asians living in my street, but would not choose to live in a street that was 50% Asian, or Polish, or Bulgarian – or possibly even English. 🙂

            But you changed the subject, which was mainly about mass asylum. Most of the Asians here are immigrants, not asylum seekers. I don’t make immigration policy, and I certainly wasn’t around when India was partitioned, which was when the ancestors of our current Pakistani population first came.

          • JohnAZ March 16, 2021 at 4:36 pm #


            You and others like you forget one thing.

            Immigrants coming into a new country have an agenda. They want that country for themselves.

            GB as well as the rest of Europe have allowed an influx of people whose job according to their Holy Book is to turn you into Muslims, by the point of the sword if necessary.

            You Britons, French or Germans do not have a societal directive to convert anyone. The Muslims are going to chew you up as they are motivated and you are not.

            That is the way history has happened forever. Better buy your prayer rug soon.

            The US is just as guilty with its immigration. Biden is an idiot thinking he can control the diversity in America. When the Blacks, Browns and Asians outnumber the Whites 2 to 1, the US will cease to exist. Historians will look back at Biden’s reign as the stupidest leadership in human history, giving away the great American dream for a bunch of lousy Wokesters.

          • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 6:04 pm #

            Alba just proved my point, making a big deal about a difference that isn’t a different, i.e, between immigrants and asylum seekers. To us it’s the same: aliens filling up our countries.

            She called me a liar and then just glibly did the same thing again.

            Alba: I await your apology.

            SSL: Thank you for remembering.

          • GreenAlba March 16, 2021 at 6:51 pm #


            I called you a liar because you said I approved of mass asylum.

            Which mass asylum is it you think I have approved? I wasn’t around in 1948 if that’s what you are referring to. Some other instances of asylum were historically pretty unavoidable, like the Ugandan Asians. It was the UK that brought the Asians to Uganda in the first place – people have responsibilities. But that was hardly ‘mass asylum’ anyway.

            What are referring to?

            There has been recent mass asylum within the EU (2016), but not the UK. The UK’s effort, with David Cameron in charge, was to massively prioritise the care of Syrian refugees in situ, with only about 20,000 allowed into the UK, and not via the EU. Asylum into the EU is not for me to approve.

            Mass asylum into Turkey isn’t for me to approve either. I have no idea what you are referring to. Where is it you think the Syrian refugees in Turkey should be, in the absence of any possibility of going home?

            But after the endless lies you’ve told about my supposed views on things on here, you’re a hoot asking for an apology.

            You never apologise when you misquote people, and not just me. And I’m far from being the only one who has pointed out your modus operandi of putting words in people’s mouths.

          • elysianfield March 16, 2021 at 7:21 pm #

            “Jews are a tiny minority worldwide ..as in 30? million / 8 billion.

            Look at the power they have.”


            It is a small club…and you ain’t in it….

          • akmofo March 19, 2021 at 7:50 am #

            Elysia, I’d be glad to trim some excess off your obelisk. You wont have to carry such a heavy load and the burden of a non-Heeb member.

        • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 6:00 pm #

          My solution is to close all borders to all immigration. Problem (ours) solved. We can’t solve the world’s over-population problem. But we can ruin the West by trying to do so.

          Actually the West is already largely ruined. Muslims will be the majority in a few generations even without any new increments. I know you don’t do projections into the future, (scared of math?), or perhaps you just don’t want to since they all lead to horror – the worst being that you are proven wrong.

          • GreenAlba March 16, 2021 at 7:09 pm #

            Syria took in Iraqis when your country and mine bombed them. Are you saying they should have just let them die at the border?

          • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 8:44 pm #

            You just said their fellow Muslims took them in. Turkey too. Lebanon and Jordan – also at peace and could have taken some. Problem solved as per International Law.

            I wouldn’t have bombed them to begin with. On that, I haven’t wavered. I was for getting back at whoever nine elevened us – that’s it. Then we were lied into endless nonsense and horror, the vast Syrian invasion being the worst (for us).

          • GreenAlba March 17, 2021 at 7:56 am #

            Glad we agree on the invasion of Iraq, at least, which set all this in motion.

            I love the way you want Muslim refugees to go to Muslim countries but you don’t want Christian Central Americans to go to yours, or presumably Christian Caribbeans to come to the UK.

            Religious brethren when it suits you. Not that I’m saying you should be taking in all of destitute Central , but your religious brethren argument doesn’t actually seem to go very far.

          • GreenAlba March 17, 2021 at 7:57 am #

            destitute Central America …

          • Yohannon March 17, 2021 at 1:12 pm #

            Yeah, we’ll be overwhelmed and they’ll never leave. You may put International Law above your own nation, but I do not. But since you do, I quoted it to you. You didn’t like that. But no worries: Nobody takes that part seriously, certainly not UN and NGO’s. Everyone is on the same page: overwhelm the White World. So relax! You’re part of the majority, one of the “good people”. Respectable in the Dickensian sense.

          • GreenAlba March 17, 2021 at 2:13 pm #

            You’re doing that disingenuous thing again.

            There’s international law and there’s humanity.

            And there’s common sense and observation regarding what works and what appears not to work.

            And there’s the impossibility of solving the problem generally.

            All go into the mix.

            Respectability has sweet FA to do with any of it. I don’t go around discussing immigration with people I know in real life (except maybe my husband) and nobody on here even knows me. So I don’t know who would be interested in the level of my ‘respectability’.

            But if you weren’t putting words in people’s mouths you wouldn’t be you, so there’s that.

      • Tate March 16, 2021 at 3:31 pm #

        Are you comparing “Frank” from the movie Blue Velvet to Green Alba?????????


        • GreenAlba March 16, 2021 at 7:00 pm #

          An insult entirely wasted on me, since I’ve never seen it and have no wish to.

          • GreenAlba March 16, 2021 at 7:00 pm #

            But nothing surprises me on here.

        • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 8:45 pm #

          Only spiritually. Frank was only a physical criminal. Alba is a spiritual criminal. This do goodery will be the death of us.

          • Rulo Deschamps March 17, 2021 at 7:48 pm #

            Vlad, I disagree. Alba is not a spiritual, or any other kind of criminal. She’s a smart woman with a lot of soul that defends her POV in a public forum. For that matter, I don’t think you’re a criminal either, though some of your positions I find repugnant. Thought is not a crime. Thoughtcrime is the tool of totalitarianism for crushing dissent.

            I disagree with GA sometimes, or most of the time, but I appreciate a lucid intellect, as I appreciate yours. I don’t own the truth, and would never dream of canceling either one of you. Debate is rich food for thought, and I leave this forum often thinking about what both of you said about a point.

            GA, I know Britain – not Scotland though so I can’t comment on that. Yoho and others have a point about a cafe au lait that you can’t call it that anymore because one of the ingredients has overpowered the other. I feel the same way, I admit. My question: most of South America will gladly welcome refugees and immigrants of any religion, color or political persuasion. If the issue is to avoid death and persecution, why not go there? Uruguay is a nice place to live. Argentina maybe still is. Brazil is a party, although a newly arrived raghead’s brain would explode when confronted with those thongs and gyrating hips. Why call yourself a refugee but insist on the UK? Is it to make Brits pay for past colonial sins? Other places will welcome you.

            Said in appreciation of both of you. You make this blog livelier and more interesting. Cheers.

  57. BackRowHeckler March 16, 2021 at 1:39 pm #

    Apparently they’re coming in by the tens of thousands, and not only from Mexico and C America; the entire 3rd world has mobilized.


    • stelmosfire March 16, 2021 at 3:08 pm #

      New Gangland recruitment center, Dallas Convention Center, soon to house 3-5 thousand male illegals, from 15 to 17 years old. Problem is Pedro has no ID so he is probably 25 and says he is 17. What could possibly go wrong?

      • stelmosfire March 16, 2021 at 3:15 pm #

        Freckle-face liar Psaki says it is all the former administrations fault. That place will probably end up looking like the superdome after Katrina. And the link:

        • BackRowHeckler March 16, 2021 at 4:18 pm #

          Thousands more being sent to Midland, TX (the oil patch)

          Sure they have tatted up faces, bullet wound scars, and flash gang signs at ICE officers, so what?

          Can’t you make room in your hearts for these poor, vicious MS-13 gang members, CFNers? These are all our children, are they not?


          • elysianfield March 16, 2021 at 7:15 pm #

            “poor, vicious MS-13 gang members,”

            All God’s Chillun’ got a place in the choir,
            Some sub-standard, some a bit higher,
            Some need hangin’ with telephone wire,
            Got no business here, at all….

          • elysianfield March 16, 2021 at 7:19 pm #

            And the link…a vague reference;


        • JohnAZ March 16, 2021 at 4:47 pm #

          Every single thing this woman says is a lie.

          • malthuss March 16, 2021 at 7:12 pm #

            Immigrants coming into a new country have an agenda. They want that country for themselves.
            No, that is an invasion.

            Assimilation is something else and imo only works when the new ones are the same race as those who are already there.

            multi racial societies are a disaster.

      • Redneck Liberal March 17, 2021 at 7:13 am #

        Don’t worry – the cops are so organized and effective, they’ll get ‘em.

        I’d appreciate a cops opinion on this, stepmom:


    • JohnAZ March 16, 2021 at 4:46 pm #

      Uh, by the millions, 30 or so specifically by current estimates. Enough to change the culture of the US, to change the politics, oh, it already has.

      Right now, we think the Dems control the country. Nah, the cartels do.

      Or maybe, they are one and the same.

      We were talking about who is controlling everything. A huge part of it is China using the cartels for muscle and transportation. The illicit trades, especially drugs, are overwhelming this country, exposing its greatest weakness, its own people.

      • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 7:24 pm #

        If you mean banking cartels, I agree 100%.

        • JohnAZ March 16, 2021 at 8:18 pm #

          No, I mean the drug, human trafficking cartels originating in Mexico and sending tentacles all over the world. They control, IMHO, 30% of the economy of the US and are a main conduit for drugs originating in Afghanistan, China etc. The Dems want drugs as cheap as possible for their Leftist friends so they are going to do nothing to stop the flow.

          BTW, your banking cartels are probably making lots of bucks laundering all that money.

          • Redneck Liberal March 16, 2021 at 9:43 pm #

            Check Catherine Austin Fitts for the facts, as she understands them.

          • JohnAZ March 16, 2021 at 10:10 pm #

            I read on Fitts and sho would probably agree with my assessment. She says the government supports clandestine operations to finance R&D and other MIC operations. An author I read earlier last year said that the globalists are using the “trades” to keep the debt machine afloat. So the whole shebang both in the US and around the world may depend on whether the drug human trafficking trades are successful. Scary!

            She was a Trump supporter.

          • JohnAZ March 16, 2021 at 10:13 pm #

            Also, a big reason for the globalist in charge, Biden, to want to open that border up is the illicit trades.

  58. Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 2:30 pm #

    Herschel (Saturn) Smith

    So aside from the notion of diversity being a strength in, say, mathematics or engineering or computer science or whatever, where physics governs processes, which I don’t think can be proven (but this is a difference discussion), let’s pose a challenge problem to the Marines.

    Prove that diversity is a strength in the US Marine Corps? Prove it. Demonstrate categorically that sameness, the one intended end of all of the training my own son went through to ensure common goals, common tactics, techniques and procedures, and common devotion to duty and orders, shouldn’t have really been the goal after all.

    Prove categorically that the US Marine Corps, who won multiple world wars, who has served honorably in countless other engagements, and who is the most feared strike and expeditionary force on earth, wasn’t really as good as they could be and would have been better with more diversity.

    Oh, I see, you can’t. You’re just aping the actions and parroting the words of the controllers and current administration. If you’re not, and you really believe that diversity is a strength, you aren’t fit to lead because you can’t prove what you’re saying.

    If you’re just aping the actions of your superiors, then you’re liars.

    It isn’t necessary to rehearse the experience of the Soviet Union in Afghanistan where they placed women in combat roles and found a disproportionate number of lower extremity injuries, or the experience of Marine Corps infantry officer’s course at Quantico where every woman thus far has had several hip injuries or pelvic fractures.

    We all know the truth regardless of the focus group wording you parrot. Repeat after me: There is no way that a woman can do the same physical things a man does. God designed it that way.

    How far the Marine Corps has fallen. Shameful, loathsome and contemptible. I think your future adversaries will think the same thing.

    Yoho: Can we look at the silver lining, Hersh? These are the “people” who will coming after us. Do you want crack troops coming door to door? Or using their bayonets on American Citizens as was done at Little Rock?

    The Axioms of America 2.0

    Men and Women exist.
    They are different.
    Only Men can be Men.
    Only Women can be Women.
    Whites are the Founding Race.
    They are Great.
    The Races are unequal.
    Blacks are dumb.
    Other races differ too.
    Equal opportunity, not equal results.
    Equal treatment of unequal people is tyranny.
    Free Men aren’t equal.
    Equal Men aren’t free.
    Freedom isn’t free.

    • SoftStarLight March 16, 2021 at 2:50 pm #

      I really appreciate these really super simple, good bullet points. These should be the preamble to our new Constitution? Did you come up with these?

      • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 5:49 pm #

        Yes, except the last three which are Conservative classics. Feel free to add on.

        Here’s another: English is our national language.

        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 16, 2021 at 7:09 pm #

          I only agree with the first two and the last five. Everything in the liddle is just inflammatory.

          Where does that put folks like me in America 2.0?

          • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 7:22 pm #


        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 16, 2021 at 7:11 pm #


        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 16, 2021 at 7:12 pm #

          Okay, I agree with your last one as well. (language)

        • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 7:30 pm #

          You disagree with:

          Only Men can be Men.
          Only Women can be Women.
          Whites are the Founding Race.
          They are Great.
          The Races are unequal.
          Blacks are dumb.
          Other races differ too.

          You think men can be women or vice versa? That Whites aren’t the founding race? That they aren’t great? That Blacks aren’t dumb? That all the races differ?

          Are you a non-White Tranny Communist? I must say you don’t seem like one….

          I thought I was being pretty Liberal and Hopeful, by even talking about different races remaining in the same State – against all commonsense and natural law.

          Mango, every culture is a mind. And every race is a body. You want more than one mind in the social body? That’s madness.

          You want more than one species is the same environment, occupying the same niche (eating the same things)? That’s against Darwinian law. And to the extent we animals, that
          applies to us as well.

          Assimilation of all races and cultures into One Polity? Your faith is very great….

          And do you furthermore think it will be superior to any and all of the previous organic cultures and races? I doubt it.

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 16, 2021 at 8:08 pm #

            “You think men can be women or vice versa?”

            Sometimes men act like women. Sometimes women act like men. Yes. Not always a good thing, but many times, absolutely.

            “Are you a non-White Tranny Communist? I must say you don’t seem like one…”

            Kind of a stretch from disagreeing with Whites are the founding race…

            “You want more than one mind in the social body? That’s madness.”

            Errr…yes. How is that controversial? We are all individuals.

            “You want more than one species is the same environment, occupying the same niche (eating the same things)?”

            Sure. It’s called Nature.

            “Assimilation of all races and cultures into One Polity? Your faith is very great….”

            I said no such thing. But that is rather the general cycling history of the peoples of the earth, whether it be by the ruling class making it so, or the people doing it for themselves (it’s usually the former).

            “And do you furthermore think it will be superior to any and all of the previous organic cultures and races? I doubt it.”

            Again, said no such thing. I get where you’re coming from, but it seems there were a lot of words put in my mouth from a simple agree/disagree statement…no?

          • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 8:24 pm #

            Just individuals – no culture in other words. Well other races have cultures, the essence being the “we feeling”. They will fight it out among themselves, since people like you have taken us out of the fight and ultimately out of existence.

            They can act however they like. And we can try to be tolerant. But nature’s divisions must remain. How can you not see that given the ongoing disaster?

            Nope. Natural Law forbids species from existing in the same niche in the same place. One will drive out the other. And in human terms, if one race or ethne really doesn’t like the other or there is great scarcity, the same will happen. Or they will come to loggerhead about who will control the nation. It was just a metaphor, but it’s not completely off. We are not completely above the Laws of Nature.

            Whites were the founding race of this country. You may not like that, but it is a simple fact. What the fuck? You obviously harbor a deep grudge to deny that. That’s an Antifa mentality….

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 16, 2021 at 9:01 pm #

            “What the fuck? You obviously harbor a deep grudge to deny that. That’s an Antifa mentality….”

            That’s a deep cut, and highly unreasonable. I’ll mention the straw man one more time. He plays too large in your thought process to reason with at the moment.

            I tried. Logic has rules. Like seeing things from more than one angle, regardless of what you want to be the full reality.

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 16, 2021 at 9:07 pm #

            “Just individuals – no culture in other words. Well other races have cultures, the essence being the “we feeling”. They will fight it out among themselves, since people like you have taken us out of the fight and ultimately out of existence. ”

            Curious…I see and feel the intentional eradication of western culture just as plain as you do. But because I refuse to make it about race alone, I am now “people like you”.

            I lack much satisfaction in our current culture, but I wonder how much more you must lack to feel that alone in the way things are? We’re all still here.

          • Yohannon March 17, 2021 at 1:09 am #

            Race alone? So race does play a part? Care to go into it? It’s fine if you’ve never thought it out before. Don’t put on airs though. In other word, don’t pretend if you don’t know your own mind about this. Think it thru if you care to. I love clarity. Most people prefer warm fuzzies. One can’t force people to be born….

            But if too many refuse to be born, than that it hard to bear. Ultimately it cannot be bourn.

    • Redneck Liberal March 16, 2021 at 4:51 pm #

      Utter tripe.

      • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 7:23 pm #

        Have you sobered up, then?

  59. Soul Forensics March 16, 2021 at 3:09 pm #

    It was easy for TPTB to use never-ending and subtly increasing Covid fear to control populations wholesale because people are terrified of dying. Why?

    Because they’re terrified of living. The two are always, every second, intertwined.

    • Tate March 16, 2021 at 3:42 pm #

      If you get people worked up enough about every little thing, then fear itself becomes detached from the normal injuries of life & in this free-floating form preys on the ovine population like a creeping miasma. If you strip people of the natural armor of faith, family, & moral certainty, then containerize them into solitary units of naked ego against the cold universe, then fear holds the whip hand. It cripples their every action. Thinking that you have mastered the infinite is not thinking at all. Fauci the man is a hoax, ever since his AIDS days.

      • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 5:53 pm #

        Especially since they think life is supposed to be good, or even great a la late 20th Century Liberalism. Lacking any faith in anything more, they are terrified at how their religion has failed them. They then deny it, and blame Conservatives and/or Whites for all evil. Thus they prate of Love while filled with Hate.

        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 16, 2021 at 8:26 pm #

          You see, Yo, on this we agree fully.

          Life is supposed to be…life. And it ain’t always pretty. We’ve just learned how to avoid the ugly (as much as possible) as we mature…if we choose to. Core foundational values are what have created periods of (relative) peace in certain regions of the world throughout history.

          • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 8:38 pm #

            You don’t identify with your own people. Or you don’t have a people. Or you do, and you do identify with them, it’s just not Whites.

            Above you said Whites didn’t found the United States. That’s simply wrong. We’re the Native Americans. The Indians were just living here. They were in our way. We moved them. The Will to Power in all its glory and ugliness. Any people who lose it will be pushed to the side in like manner.

            The Individual is important. I am very individuated. But I’ve come to realize that I can only find fulfillment in a culture or milieu comprised of my own people. As T.S Elliot said, If Christianity goes, your grandchildren’s grandchildren won’t see a new culture. And when it finally comes, you would find it utterly alien should you somehow be exposed to it.

            We do not agree at all. I would minimize the ugliness and brutality by maintaining White Nations for Whites. Expecting us to compete with desperate 3rd world coolies condemns us to be coolies as well. We have been completely betrayed.

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 16, 2021 at 8:56 pm #

            Good lord, Yohannon. I didn’t say whites didn’t found the United States. I said they weren’t the Founding Race.

            And I’d appreciate it if you wouldn’t tell me who I do or don’t identify with. I consider myself rather well-grounded and self-aware, regardless of the rather tight constraints you may place on that classification.

            It’s not all black and white – pun fucking intended. And while I’m not used to you using extreme straw men to make your further points on things I didn’t say or even imply (i.e., the cultural value of Christianity, etc), you’ve done so here with me.

            I have a very close friend who is native, and a business partner who is black. While we have very different skillsets, I’d put either of them up against either of us when it comes to intelligence and/or social value, so it’s clearly not always a binary 0/1 world.

            You can choose to say we agree on nothing, fine. That’s your choice. Kind of makes for a rough transition if “sides” actually need to be chosen again someday, no?

          • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 10:48 pm #

            I can and do like admire certain non-White individuals as well. But such one offs, anecdotes, “I have a friend” chick think, simply don’t change the reality at the macro level. I’ve tried to engage you there but you simply won’t go there.

            The average Black America IQ is 85 – far too low to maintain our civilization. It’s only that high because of the White blood. The average pure Negro IQ is 70 – retarded by our standards. And some are lower yet as per the meaning of the word average.

            Ten percent of Blacks are above the White IQ of 100. So I do not doubt you at all. The paradigm predicts such people. But they peter out quickly once you get into 110’s.

            To do high level work in academia and the professions? An IQ of over 130. Very, very few of them. Such people can write their ticket anywhere in the West, because they falsely represent equality or what the Elite are tying to get over on us with.

          • Yohannon March 16, 2021 at 10:52 pm #

            I don’t see the significance of your semantic distinction. Why are Whites not the Founding Race if they founded the Untied States? Maybe you object to my capitalizations? Do you think they founded it for someone else, lol?

            We have much work ahead of us if you think that.

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 17, 2021 at 9:52 am #

            Yohannon –

            I’m likely going to bow out of this converation at this point, as I think I now see the major difference in our thinking.

            I have no problem with referring to the science of IQ testing, etc, and how that may apply to race.

            The difference is that I don’t think that average IQ is the only measure of value people can have in society.

            Differing people, with differing backgrounds or intelligence, can still be (and in many cases, are) valuable in differing ways, whether it be for production or entertainment…which you have (I think?) generally stated you can agree with.

            Random example – being able to dance, hit a round ball with a round bat on the square, or being able to shred on a guitar or violin are also valued skills that the majority of people don’t possess. Those skills can give elevated social status to those that do, IQ be damned.

            Some people deserve to be avoided, sure, but by their actions first. And we use our senses to determine that if we’re in an unfamliar setting. We’ve all been in a neighborhood that felt “off”, and most people can at least admit inwardly that race can be a prevailing factor as to why they feel uncomfortable at that moment.

            So I see your point, and won’t argue with the numbers as presented, as they seem to be scientifically published in many ways over many years. I just don’t see that as a reason to only find value with those considered most likely to be at least as intelligent as (or moreso than) myself. Though I do also appreciate the importance of actively making company with those obviously smarter or more skilled than me. Life’s more fun that way.

            That said, I see the logic in someone hailing from North Dakota choosing not to buy their forever dream home in Equatorial Guinea, versus, say, Connecticut.

            So you can say that I am choosing to “put on airs” or tiptoe around issues to appear enlightened…but you can also perhaps accept that it is not necessary for everyone to see the world the exact same way in order for there to be a livable and enjoyable society.

          • Yohannon March 17, 2021 at 12:43 pm #

            You’re running. Probably the best thing you could do. A cheap Parthian shot as you go. I do not value only IQ – otherwise I’d be for East Asians and Jews before Whites since theirs are a bit higher, at least nowadays. We’ve been on the downslide for a long time in that regard – on average.

            Still had no idea why you denied Whites as the Founding Race. That’s a very, very bad sign. Antifa thinking.

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 17, 2021 at 1:50 pm #


            Well, it has devolved to this. Time for true high-level discourse. I believe it was Gandhi who once said:

            “Ah. Well. Fuck you, then.”

            If that’s all you’ve got, the parsing of my words into whatever tiny morsel you see as exploitable…I originally assumed you meant the Founding Race of the world (due to your use of caps). Not the USA. Which I literally clarified for you in the very next post.

            Everything else you want to try to dig out of my words is just for the sake of argument, not for the sake of understanding my perspective.

            I understand yours. And that’s fine.

            But I don’t want to be your student in these matters. I presumed we were just debating.

            Still trying to figure out what my cowardly Parthian Shot was…but oh well. I’ll let that one slip into the ether.

            Good day, sir.

      • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 7:16 pm #

        Well said.

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 16, 2021 at 7:04 pm #

      Soul – “Because they’re terrified of living.”

      Interesting angle, but I generally disagree.

      People didn’t *used to be* terrified of living, pretty much only dying…but in the span of one year, a large swath of them have become afraid of both.

      It’s sad, and if this gets passed on to an entire generation, much damage will be done.

      These people are dicks.

      • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 7:17 pm #

        They did it pretty fast, too, just an insane amount of propaganda on all fronts.

        They started 4 years ago building up TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome). It now seems to me, like some program they downloaded that now runs all the other programs.

        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 16, 2021 at 8:27 pm #

          Exactly. That was an obnoxious ramp-up, and now the dogs have been unleashed.

        • Islander March 17, 2021 at 8:41 am #

          I agree. I have been saying this from the covid freakout get-go, last year.
          Somehow TDS is related to the willingness of so many to be played like pianos and to willingly give up their lives and life prospects.
          Even elderly have life prospect, things they still hope to do.
          It was as if the “hate X” program had been inserted and every thing that we were prodded to go along with was presented in over or covert ways as “not Trump.”

          So TDS sufferers were prime targets for the biggest manipulation. Their strings had maybe already been jerked so many times that they were just used to getting their strings jerked and it actually felt good!

          Just a vague hypothesis

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 17, 2021 at 9:21 am #

            “…and every thing that we were prodded to go along with was presented in over or covert ways as “not Trump.”

            Yes. And it has worked brilliantly thus far.

      • Soul Forensics March 16, 2021 at 10:09 pm #


        “Living” can be seen in many ways. I hope I’m not arguing semantics, but I’m using the word “living” in its spiritual essence. As in, accepting hardship as part of life, visiting dying relatives, involving yourself in bare-knuckle community politics, not locking yourself up in your apartment because you’re too chickenshit to go out on a date (a peculiar phenomenon now widespread in Japan, where young people especially are stuck on their computers, and have relationships — not just sex — with sex dolls).

        This has all increased long before Covid appeared.

        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 17, 2021 at 9:20 am #

          Ah, I see your angle now. True. The aspects of actually “living life” have indeed been in a steady decline for a while now.

          Things as simple as walking up to a girl you don’t really know, and asking her out on a date…are simply unfathomable to a large segment of the younger population. By making it anonymous at the outset via mass swiping on a dating app, it takes the thrill, the roller coaster ride, out of the equation.

        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 17, 2021 at 10:30 am #

          As well as the concept of risk.

          That’s a dangerous shift in human foundation.

    • MaryV March 16, 2021 at 7:14 pm #

      The people in charge have also been using hypnotism and other mind control bullshit on us for decades. Thus so much of the crazy we’ve seen in society culminating with the batshit insanity we see now.

  60. tom clark March 16, 2021 at 4:38 pm #

    I’ve actually known one very intelligent black person in my life, but I guess I’m a minority on this blog. ONE intelligent black, mind you. I rest easily each nite because I know who this person is and all you Clusterfuckers have to find out. Every other black in the world is an idiot, of course. Along with every other Hindu, Buddhist, Arab, Jew, whatever. But whites reign supreme, especially over the lowly sparrow.
    That’s one mother fucker they can control. A person, regardless of race, creed color or religion may be worth many sparrows, but for that statement to mean anything, the lowly sparrow’s worth cannot be zero.

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    • Soul Forensics March 16, 2021 at 4:47 pm #

      Snoop Dogg?

      • MrMangoOnMyShoulder March 16, 2021 at 7:04 pm #


    • rube-i-con March 16, 2021 at 5:38 pm #


      this is what leftists think conservatives think like, it~s laughable and pathetic

      tell us clark, why does the left savage clarence thomas?