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A Garden of Idiots
Post Date: 2018-07-21 13:01:51 by X-15
It is axiomatic that the political class of a society is a reflection of the culture. That culture is what grows out of the biology of the people, but there is an interplay between culture and biology. The ethnic differences between Swedes and Danes, or even Swedes and Prussians, are trivial, at least in the purely biological sense, but, the culture of Swedes, Danes and Prussians are different in important ways. For that matter, the culture that produced The Lion of the North was very different from that of modern Sweden. Another way of looking at this is that the type of men in leadership of a society are a reflection of the political culture. At the Founding, the political class of the ...

A food revolution is needed to ensure the Earth’s survival
Post Date: 2018-07-19 06:44:16 by Tatarewicz
Taipai Times... In 1984, I gathered the most successful musicians of the time to form a “supergroup” called Band Aid to raise money for famine relief in Ethiopia. The next year, an even larger grouping was formed for Live Aid, a major benefit concert and music-based fundraising initiative that continues to this day. At last month’s International Forum on Food and Nutrition, held by the Barilla Foundation, the enduring — and increasingly urgent — need for efforts to strengthen food security could not be more obvious. The fate of the Easter Islanders illustrates the world’s problem. Some time in the 12th century, a group of Polynesians found their way to a ...

Enlightened Free-Loaders and the Pathological Altruists Who Love Them
Post Date: 2018-07-18 16:10:11 by X-15
“I am just a vigilant citizen In a house that no one is living in I am just a vigilant citizen In a bed that everyone’s pissing in”-Cruel Hand, “Vigilant Citizen” “Tolerance and apathy are the last virtues of a dying society.” -Aristotle What is it about European civilization, and the Anglo-Saxon tradition in particular, that makes it so unique in the history of the world? There is a stunning cathedral in the center of York, England, called the York Minster that offers the perfect metaphor. Originally a Roman fortress, in 627 AD a wooden church was hurriedly constructed to be able to baptize King Edwin of Northumbria. A more permanent, but still humble, ...

Trump Calls Off Cold War II
Post Date: 2018-07-17 14:05:38 by X-15
U.S.A. –-( Beginning his joint press conference with Vladimir Putin, President Trump declared that U.S. relations with Russia have “never been worse.” He then added pointedly, that just changed “about four hours ago.” It certainly did. With his remarks in Helsinki and at the NATO summit in Brussels, Trump has signaled a historic shift in U.S. foreign policy that may determine the future of this nation and the fate of his presidency. He has rejected the fundamental premises of American foreign policy since the end of the Cold War and blamed our wretched relations with Russia, not on Vladimir Putin, but squarely on the U.S. establishment. In a tweet ...

Theresa May Might be Ousted Over Brexit Failure
Post Date: 2018-07-09 07:47:40 by Ada
The British government under the leadership of Theresa May has been a total disaster. She’s now facing a potential no confidence vote from within her own party due to her failure to deliver on Brexit. Express: Letters are being lodged with Graham Brady, Chairman of the influential 1922 Committee, ahead of a Tory Party showdown on Monday. The fallout comes amid mounting fury from disgruntled Conservative backbenchers following publication of Mrs May’s 12-point Brexit manifesto. Leave MPs are furious at what they see as Mrs May’s caving in to demands from the Remain wing of the party to steer Britain towards a soft Brexit. On Sunday, ITV’s Robert Peston tweeted: ...

The Gangster State
Post Date: 2018-07-08 13:15:25 by X-15
The defining feature of gang life is personal loyalty trumps all else. This is true for low level street gangs, as well as highly complex organized crime gangs. The rules are not written down or agreed to by consensus. They are imposed top-down by a group of men loyal to one man. The head of a drug cartel has lieutenants to enforce discipline on the the sub-groups down the line. The rules within those groups are similarly enforced by lieutenants loyal to the guy in charge of the group. This continues down to the street level gangsters. The effect of this is a chaotic lawlessness. The punishment for the exact same transgression may be wildly different in two different cases. It all depends ...

4th of July Zombies
Post Date: 2018-07-05 19:54:29 by Lod

Today's Toons
Post Date: 2018-07-03 18:45:10 by Lod

America Heads For A Showdown Over Freedom Of Association
Post Date: 2018-06-29 00:18:53 by X-15
First we had the Supreme Court take a skeptical view of one of the gay cake cases. In this case, the gay cake was for a gay marriage supporting event, which forced the baker to endorse a viewpoint even more than simply endorsing a gay marriage. That was too much for the legal eagles, so they declared it acceptable to refuse. Then the events at the Red Hen and apparently also across the street unfolded. In this case, a Leftist restaurant owner told a conservative spokeswoman that she could not eat at her restaurant. Despite a bit of moral posturing on both sides, it seems that America accepted this one, too. Now we have set the stage for a future where you do not have to serve or sell to ...

How The South Won The Civil War
Post Date: 2018-06-26 01:03:42 by X-15
Most people have trouble separating cause and effect because it requires diligence, analysis, and creativity to understand that a cause is separate from related events. For example, a proposed plan may have disadvantages, but the causal question is whether or not it achieves what it intends to achieve. In the same way, people have trouble understanding historical causes versus pretexts, touchstones, and political justifications for war. Many still think that the Civil War was about slavery, when in fact it centered on the issue of autonomy for the states. The North wanted to capture the Southern economies because, as producers of cotton, the South was charging high prices for the raw ...

Are you paying attention to the events in Leon Valley?
Post Date: 2018-06-24 06:32:14 by titorite
I dont know if any of you keep up with the 1st amendment Audit movement , but you should. It is how you resist tyranny with out resorting the second amendment. We use the first , Filming what public officals do in public places. It all started with one of our auditors being told that he was allowed into a public space at the police station to film. Filming inside and out of police stations in the unrestricted areas is something common we do. While our auditor was filming the Chief of Leon Valley , Joseph Salvaggio, came out asked him what he was doing then attacked him and confiscated his phone. This prompted more attention from us. More people were attacked, more stuff was confiscated, ...

I give my congresscritter a piece of my mind
Post Date: 2018-06-20 00:19:56 by X-15
John Ratcliffe, I see that nobody is going to be arrested in the matter of the Obama administration attempting to overthrow President Trump's victory in 2016. 1. Hillary Clinton broke uncountable federal laws from using her unsecured e-mail server and handling of classified information. It's plainly apparent at this point that We, The People, will never know how many nations (Israel, China, et al) hacked into that server and downloaded tens of thousands of e-mails and sensitive documents. 2. Barack Obama and Valerie Jarrett actively conspired to use a host of FedGov employee's to spy on candidate/president-elect Donald Trump. 3. Cheryl Mills, Loretta Lynch, and a host of ...

Certain people should not vote, says the Supreme Court
Post Date: 2018-06-16 20:22:41 by Dakmar
Larry Harmon is a software engineer and a Navy veteran who lives in Ohio. Harmon voted in the 2004 and 2008 presidential elections but he choose not to vote in 2012 because he says he was unimpressed with the candidates. In 2015 a ballot initiative to legalize marijuana was on the state ballot. Harmon discovered that his name had been struck from the Ohio state voting rolls, thus forbidding his vote on this issue. In 2011 the state of Ohio sent a mailed note to him, asking him to confirm his eligibility to vote. Harmon did not respond to this notice. In 2016, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Court in Cincinnati ruled in Harmon’s favor, stating that Ohio had violated the ...

The Wages of Sin
Post Date: 2018-06-14 10:49:16 by AllTheKings'HorsesWontDoIt
The Wages of Sin (YouTube Video) Insightful and telling: E. Michael Jones on why the elite are promoting the gay “lifestyle” Published on Jun 12, 2018 An E. Michael Jones compilation on America the Gay Disco. E. Michael Jones is the editor of Culture Wars magazine. Poster Comment:[American soldiers are fighting around the world to promote the Gay Disco. Jews are behind it all.]. bet this one won't last long on jootube.

Trump's accomplishments make Obama look even worse
Post Date: 2018-06-12 16:31:35 by X-15
In the 2012 presidential election, I recall a close friend who is a successful businessman in his own right, telling me the reason we had to support Mitt Romney was because he was a successful businessman. My friend insisted that we needed a businessman as president if we were to see the economy turn around. I agreed with my friend’s assessment, but I disagreed with his belief that Romney was that businessman. The difference between Obama and Romney can be reduced to Obama’s alleged immoral behavior in the seamy underbelly of Chicago’s bathhouses. President Trump, however, is a different story. As I’ve said before, President Trump is a blue-collar billionaire who ...

A Defense of the Suburbs
Post Date: 2018-06-07 06:04:25 by Tatarewicz
When Anthony Bourdain launched the new season of his food-and-travel series Parts Unknown, he began not with an exotic, far-off land, but with West Virginia. A native-born New Yorker, the state seemed as foreign as Timbuktu to Bourdain, which is why he decided to go see its people and explore their culture. There, he found people eating squirrel, prepared like chicken. He found people who were proud of working for generations in coal mines. He found rural people with a culture they owned. The issue for Bourdain was not if he liked what he saw, but if he better understood people and places previously unknown. Make your inbox more interesting. Each weekday evening, get an overview of the ...

China emerges as the bulwark against US imperialism: Scholar
Post Date: 2018-06-02 03:00:49 by Tatarewicz
PressTV... Despite repeated attempts to derail China’s rise, the United States is now confronted with a power that has not only challenges American hegemony, but will soon eclipse it, says Dennis Etler, an American political analyst who has a decades-long interest in international affairs. In an interview with Press TV on Friday, Etler, a former professor of Anthropology at Cabrillo College in Aptos, California, said China is a “force of such overwhelming economic and political strength that other nations both near and far will gravitate towards it.” US President Donald Trump’s pick for the next American ambassador to South Korea, Admiral Harry Harris, has said while ...

The Left Hates You. Act Accordingly.
Post Date: 2018-05-31 14:11:47 by X-15
They hate you. Leftists don’t merely disagree with you. They don’t merely feel you are misguided. They don’t think you are merely wrong. They hate you. They want you enslaved and obedient, if not dead. Once you get that, everything that is happening now will make sense. And you will understand what you need to be ready to do. You are normal, and therefore a heretic. You refuse to bow to their idols, to subscribe to their twisted catechisms, to praise their false gods. This is unforgivable. You must burn. Crazy talk? Just ask them. Go ahead. Go on social media. Find a leftist – it’s easy. Just say something positive about America or Jesus and they’ll come ...

Americans Should Ask Themselves - Do I Want to Die for Israel?
Post Date: 2018-05-25 08:15:00 by Tatarewicz
The Saker Between the US strikes on Syria in April and the recent developments on the Korean Peninsula, we are in somewhat of a lull in the Empire’s search for a new war to start. The always helpful Israelis, in the person of the ineffable Bibi Netanyahu, are now beating the drums for, well, if not a war, then at least some kind of false flag or pretext to make the US strike at Iran. And then there is the always bleeding Donbass (which I won’t address in today’s analysis). So let’s see where we stand and try to guesstimate where we might be heading. To be honest, trying to guess what ignorant warmongering psychopaths might do next is by definition a futile exercise, ...

Countdown To War On Iran
Post Date: 2018-05-16 09:57:07 by Tatarewicz
MoonOfAlabama... John Bolton is a ruthless man: In early 2002, a year before the invasion of Iraq, the Bush administration was putting intense pressure on [José] Bustani to quit as director-general of the [Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons]. ... Bolton — then serving as under secretary of state for Arms Control and International Security Affairs — arrived in person at the OPCW headquarters in the Hague to issue a warning to the organization’s chief. And, according to Bustani, Bolton didn’t mince words. “Cheney wants you out,” Bustani recalled Bolton saying, referring to the then-vice president of the United States. “We ...

Denying Trump’s Accomplishments Is Increasingly Irrational
Post Date: 2018-05-12 10:57:12 by X-15
USA – -( Some people still can't stomach the idea of a Donald Trump presidency and so remain in denial about his mounting policy successes, but their resistance is looking increasingly proud and petty. It's risky to predict future trends, especially the political fortunes of government leaders and the results they might achieve, because there are so many moving parts. We've seen so much volatility and fluidity, and we have a plethora of unknowns. So I admit that it would be foolish to take for granted that President Trump will continue to rack up remarkable, substantive policy achievements, but it would be just as foolish to deny the significance of his ...

Gun Owners Demand Action from the Republican Party…Again
Post Date: 2018-05-11 18:34:11 by X-15
Fayetteville, AR –-( This year’s NRA convention in Dallas featured the usual group of speakers from the organization’s leadership and Republican politicians, including Donald Trump and Mike Pence. The speeches were predictable, and as glad as I am to hear prominent figures in the federal executive and legislative branches express their support for gun rights, I’m left wondering what Republicans have done—not said, but done—for gun rights lately. It’s time to face reality. The Republican Party will not be in control of the House of Representatives in 2019. They might not even control the Senate. These statements may draw vehement objections ...

Western Media Complicit in War Crimes
Post Date: 2018-04-29 19:32:11 by Ada
This week saw an horrendous massacre of up to 50 women and children at a wedding party in Yemen, carried out by the US, British and French-backed Saudi air force. Two wedding halls in Hajjah Province were obliterated in the air strikes. Body parts were strewn among the debris in a hellish scene. Among the carnage, a little boy was found by civilian rescuers clinging desperately to the body of his dead father. He refused to let go of his father’s bloodied corpse, clinging to the hope that his parent was still alive. There was hardly any coverage of the slaughter in Western news media. Yet the incident was nothing other than a massacre of civilians by Saudi warplanes, armed and ...

Conservatism the Hemlock of Conservatives
Post Date: 2018-04-28 21:32:40 by X-15
History is the tale of results. And conservatism is the tale of pretending otherwise. Both of which lead me to wonder how many of those on the respectable right believe that reaching a desirable location occurs simply by meticulous adherence to proper driving protocols. For instance, does a fully-serviced vehicle—with hands at nine and three—driven precisely according transportation regulations and manufacturer recommendations take its passengers to a positive destination simply by virtue of process? Ok kids, according to theory if we stay within the speed limit and signal all lane changes we should end up somewhere nice…maybe even Disney World. So cross your fingers! I ...

Israel distraught at Iran’s growing influence: Analyst
Post Date: 2018-04-25 23:56:08 by Tatarewicz
PressTV... The Israeli regime is distraught at Iran’s "growing influence" in the region; therefore, it resorts to “every possible” method to pressure Tehran, says a political commentator. James Fetzer, professor emeritus at the University of Minnesota Duluth, made the comment in an interview with Press TV on Wednesday as French President Emmanuel Macron was in the United States in part to build a case against possible decision by Washington to scrap the Iran nuclear deal. French President Emmanuel Macron answers questions of students at the Georges Washington University on April 25, 2018, in Washington DC. “No nation has the right to constrain the ability of ...

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