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FRED REED: Life in the Short Run: Desperation Examined
Post Date: 2022-09-30 17:47:20 by X-15
…the problem isn’t … racism. For example, I have no racial aversion to the Japanese, whom in fact I quite admire. Yet if every time I passed a Japanese on the street, he punched me in the face, I would quickly come to detest the Japanese. Would this be racism? BY FRED REED America faces disaster in its relations with blacks. We don’t admit it. Those in power seek desperately to hide this. Governments, politicians, the media and academia insist that what is happening isn’t. But it is. Censoring expression is easier than preventing awareness, though, and awareness grows. What is happening is both awful and of grim portent. Blacks kill each other in thousands ...

Republicans try to have it both ways on Trump
Post Date: 2022-08-27 23:14:51 by BTP Holdings
Republicans try to have it both ways on Trump A subtle distancing from the former president is not enough for the party by THE EDITORIAL BOARD | OCTOBER 27 2021 Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin at a campaign rally in Suffolk, Virginia, this week © Anna Moneymaker/Getty Glenn Youngkin is the US Republicans’ identity crisis in microcosm. To win the governorship of Virginia, with its suburban moderates, the former private equity star is running as a mild, Chamber of Commerce conservative. At the same time, he winks and nods to a party base that still adores Donald Trump. He neither shares a stage with the former president nor actively renounces him. He ...

Opinion: Concerns About FBI Raids Have Been Overblown And There's No Need To Wor---Hang On, There's A Knock At The Door
Post Date: 2022-08-14 11:31:13 by Ada
BABYLON BEE HEADQUARTERS — We here at the Babylon Bee have been deeply saddened over the past days to see such mean-spirited criticism of our favorite institution of American government, the dearly beloved Federal Bureau of Investigation. While seeing agents storm the home of President Trump may give some cause for concern, we feel that the FBI has earned our trust. When they gave up figuring out a motive for the Vegas shooter, the FBI was honest about it. When they were too busy to help gymnasts being sexually assaulted, they were honest about it and hung up the phone. When the anniversary of January 6th came around, who was there at the Capitol to show their support? The FBI. These ...

Horsey Humor. My Attempt at satire
Post Date: 2022-08-05 11:13:22 by Horse
I saw a video of a Democrat saying how Democrats were losing support amongst Latinos. I posted the following comment. I think of funny things. Get someone to talk to Latinos saying that he has a job offer from the DNC for any Latino that pays $150,000 a year. He says what we want you to do is to go to school board meetings in Latino neighborhoods and say this: "We don't want you to use the term Latino or Latina anymore. Use LatinX because we at the DNC have determined the numero uno problema in America is not high food and gas prices but gender confusion. We have a two step solution. Since we are the experts, we can no longer allow parents to interfere with education. That is ...

From the Horse's Mouth (An Editorial)
Post Date: 2022-08-05 00:42:46 by Horse
I posted this at Gonzalo Lira's latest video. I wanted to explain things that most foreigners and even many Americans do not consider when looking for a safe space to live. The US will collapse soon enough. But we have a federal system of government and so when the collapse happens we will have state governors, state legislatures, state and local judiciary and police to step in and take over. We have 28 Republican governors. 30 state Houses are Republican, 32 state Houses are run by Republicans. Each state has a National Guard with heavy weapons and tanks. Some even have an Air Force. That is why the US can be a safe place to be when the Dollar, the euro, the pound and the yen die. ...

You guys have to watch this video from Brazil.
Post Date: 2022-08-04 00:17:07 by TommyTheMadArtist
Just click the link and go check out what happens when the citizenry are given permission to stop crime.

The Vast Majority of Pharmacology, Psychiatry, Vaccine Science and Published Research Is Fraud
Post Date: 2022-08-02 17:57:12 by Horse
Most published research is a complete fraud, and every field of science is dominated by hucksters, con artists, and fakers who fabricate research to collect government grant money while pushing false narratives. – Decades of Alzheimer’s research is now revealed to be FAKED (see below). – Antidepressant “serotonin” research was all FAKED (see below). – NASA is pushing more fake science, claiming to send helicopters to Mars (a planet with virtually no atmosphere) to transport rocks across the Martian plains (see below). – Economic theories pushing MMT are all FAKED and rooted in complete nonsense. – Climate “science” is a complete ...

Post Date: 2022-08-01 22:00:38 by X-15
The United States is dead. Anyone who thinks it is worth saving is living in a fantasy world. The Constitution is an empty shell. It was once a worthy document, but over time, it was dismantled by a passive populace and unconstitutional acts – such as the Johnson “Amendment.” The country is racing toward the demographic replacement of its founding stock with groups that have no investment in Anglo-Saxon governance or economics. Whereas, the Democrats openly embrace these “new Americans,” the Republicans are just as bad. The two-party system is indistinguishable. They both hate that which the United States was and they seek to change it into something more like ...

No Thanks: Seven Reasons the U.S. Military is Falling Short of Recruitment Goals
Post Date: 2022-07-30 21:18:01 by X-15
The United States has a problem. That, of course, is a massive understatement. America has multiple problems, but the biggest problem Washington, DC, currently faces is a recruitment crisis for reasons that are deeper than so-called military readiness. The entire American system relies on the threat of power projection. The following explains that which is at stake for the imperial regime, seven reasons it is happening, and an opportunity for Southern Nationalism. The all-volunteer military has struggled to make its recruitment quotas for years, but this year may be the worst in its history. At the time of this writing, the U.S. Army has made only 40% of its annual recruitment targets for ...

Cat's reaction when she says “I use she/her pronouns”
Post Date: 2022-07-16 23:54:58 by Bill D Berger

Post Date: 2022-07-10 22:24:10 by Horse
During the fortnight of The Championship, Wimbledon this year, they banned players from Russia and Belarus from playing in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine (after eight years and almost 20,000 people killed in Donbas) and Belarus' close allyship to Russian president Vladimir Putin. For me, this was extremely telling because it convincingly showed the unmitigated guilt that the Jewish City of London and the British establishment had for provoking and being the perpetrators of this horrible conflict in Ukraine. This war is between the two most Christian countries in Europe. Well, a miraculous event took place at The Championship, Wimbledon today, the Ladies' Singles Final ...

Latest Symptoms of a Disintegrating Nation
Post Date: 2022-07-09 11:24:01 by X-15
Latest Symptoms of a Disintegrating Nation July 9, 2022/0 Comments/in General /by Pat Buchanan To love one’s country, Edmund Burke said, one’s country ought to be lovely. It would appear that 1 in 3 Americans, more than 100 million of us, no longer see our country as truly lovely. In Stephen Vincent Benet’s “The Devil and Daniel Webster,” the tale is told that if you approached Webster’s grave and called out his name, a voice would boom in reply, “Neighbor, how stands the Union?” “Then you better answer the Union stands as she stood, rock-bottomed and copper-sheathed, one and indivisible, or he’s liable to rear right out of the ...

What I Learned About Race As A Cop
Post Date: 2022-07-05 22:51:50 by X-15
From the time I was young, I had wanted to be a police officer. I grew up watching Adam-12, Police Story, Starsky & Hutch, and other exciting television series that centered on the daily lives of cops. They were the good guys. I admired their sense of honor, their camaraderie, and their desire for justice against criminals. Plus, they looked cool doing it. I recall one incident during the early 70s when my father and I were leaving a barber shop in Hollywood. We saw two White LAPD officers chase down a fleeing Black man and give him the beating of his life. The Black man was attired in a stereotypical “pimp” outfit with all the accompanying garishness and bling. I don’t ...

When the Gig is Up
Post Date: 2022-07-03 21:11:38 by X-15
Having come to the conclusion that either the globalist scum and their communist/Alinskyite brethren in the administrative state, (a term I find more accurately reflecting what is generally termed the deep state) the derelict bureaucrats who lost their minds when the Supreme Court ruled out enforcing climate change regulations by the EPA as an all- powerful agency, without consult or advice from elected (?) representatives, will unleash a grievous wave of 5G to lobotomize two- thirds of the population or the attempt will set off CW2, I’ve found peace. There’s peace in the recognition that nothing I say or do will have any effect until they play the first card. It’s also ...

Corporate Lessons & Morals of the Story
Post Date: 2022-07-02 11:20:10 by Lod
Corporate Lesson #1 A man is getting into the shower just as his wife is finishing up her shower when the doorbell rings. After a few seconds of arguing over which one should go and answer the doorbell, the wife gives up, quickly wraps herself in a towel and runs downstairs. When she opens the door, there stands Bob, the next-door neighbor. Before she can say a word, Bob says, "I'll give you $800 to drop that towel that you have on." After thinking for a moment, the woman drops her towel and stands naked in front of Bob. After a few seconds, Bob hands her $800 and leaves. Confused, but excited about her good fortune, the woman wraps back up in the towel and goes back ...

Huffines: Home of the Free – Really?
Post Date: 2022-07-01 15:14:36 by X-15
The chains of government are heavy and endless. By Don Huffines July 1, 2022 Liberty bells are ringing on the Fourth of July, but only with a dull thud. We love to brag with pride that America is the land of the free, but the reality is we are undoubtedly far from free. American citizens are beset from every angle by increasing, government-driven burdens. These burdens come from each level of government in the form of taxes and regulations. As a result, we are less free each Independence Day. The most precious asset of personal liberty is an individual’s labor, but the government owns the value of our labor. At every level, governments tell workers how much earnings we can keep; ...

The Bombing of Wall Street
Post Date: 2022-06-16 20:14:00 by Dakmar
I watched this today, anarchists/communists bombed NYSE/Morgan in 1920 twice, also covered the Palmer Raids. J-tribe not mentioned once, we are led to believe it was the work of Italians. Without a hint of irony, the narrative delves into Federal Government scapegoating those with political views deemed contrary to prevailing orthodoxy, like PBS fuckers think that is a bad thing.

All in all it's just the groomers on the prowl "Another Brick in the Wall"
Post Date: 2022-06-16 01:07:39 by Bill D Berger
We don't need indoctrination We don't need no drag queen show No trans agenda in the classroom Teacher, leave them kids alone Hey, teacher, leave them kids alone All in all it's just the groomers on the prowl

Opinion: The 75-year-old lesson for pushing back against Putin
Post Date: 2022-06-07 20:36:18 by BTP Holdings
Opinion: The 75-year-old lesson for pushing back against Putin John Avlon - 7 June 2022 Seventy-five years ago this week, Secretary of State George Marshall gave a graduation address that changed the world. America and its allies had won the Second World War. Veterans were attending college on the GI Bill and many citizens felt entitled to a peace dividend. But on June 5th 1947, the former general came to tell the graduates at Harvard University that the war was not really over. Opinion: The 75-year-old lesson for pushing back against Putin © Provided by CNN Threatened by Soviet aggression, Europe “must have substantial additional help, or face economic, social and political ...

The Things They Carried ....
Post Date: 2022-05-30 13:21:05 by Luke The Spook
The Things They Carried .... They carried P-38 can openers and heat tabs, watches and dog tags, insect repellent, gum, cigarettes, Zippo lighters, salt tablets, compress bandages, ponchos, Kool-Aid, two or three canteens of water, iodine tablets, sterno, LRRP-rations, and C-rations stuffed in socks. The carried standard fatigues, jungle boots, bush hats, flak jackets and steel pots. They carried the M-16 assault rifle. They carried trip flares and Claymore mines, M-60 machine guns, the M-70 grenade launcher, M-14's, CAR-15's, Stoners, Swedish K's, shotguns, .45 caliber pistols, silencers, the sound of bullets, rockets, and choppers, and sometimes the sound of silence. They ...

Texas Shooting, an Open Letter To The Communists
Post Date: 2022-05-25 11:34:45 by TommyTheMadArtist
An Open Letter to ALL Democrat Politicians, Republicans, and Blood Drinking Parasites who seek to capitalize on our latest tragedy. So we had another mass shooting. Another 18 year old with a full kit of body armor, plus $5000.00 in weaponry materializes out of nowhere, shoots his grandmother, gets into a fire fight with The Border Patrol in Texas, then barricades himself in a school, where he shoots a bunch of children before he gets shot by a border patrol agent. The shooter in question was also a Transgendered person, who was on medication apparently for its transition. I honestly do not give a damn about pronouns or care about what someone wants to be called at this point ...

By moving to trash their relations with Russia, Sweden and Finland's leaders are taking their people down a dangerous road
Post Date: 2022-05-22 10:38:38 by Ada
Neutrality has been abandoned for no objective reason other than American-driven Russophobia Robert Bridge is an American writer and journalist. He is the author of 'Midnight in the American Empire,' How Corporations and Their Political Servants are Destroying the American Dream. @Robert_Bridge By moving to trash their relations with Russia, Sweden and Finland's leaders are taking their people down a dangerous road Sweden and Finland have broken their status of neutrality and are seeking NATO membership in response to Russia’s military operation in Ukraine. It's the latest sign that entire countries are falling for the media’s anti-Russia spiel. After years ...

The War in Ukraine Is Getting Complicated, and America Isn’t Ready
Post Date: 2022-05-20 14:09:16 by Ada
The editorial board is a group of Opinion journalists whose views are informed by expertise, research, debate and certain longstanding values. It is separate from the newsroom. The Senate passed a $40 billion emergency aid package for Ukraine on Thursday, but with a small group of isolationist Republicans loudly criticizing the spending and the war entering a new and complicated phase, continued bipartisan support is not guaranteed. Avril Haines, the director of national intelligence, warned the Senate Armed Services Committee recently that the next few months may be volatile. The conflict between Ukraine and Russia could take “a more unpredictable and potentially escalatory ...

Disinformation for Dummies
Post Date: 2022-05-03 07:54:14 by Ada
Biden’s new board to sort truth from lies will promote more mistrust than it prevents. We realize public schools don’t teach the classics any more, but has no one in the Biden Administration read George Orwell ? Apparently not, because that’s the only explanation for its creation of a new Disinformation Governance Board. We have to admit that when we first read about it, we thought the news was itself disinformation from the Administration’s political enemies. Surely, no one in this age of polarization and public mistrust of institutions would think it’s wise to set up a government shop with the job of telling Americans what is true. We were wrong. No less an ...

Fred Reed circa 2004
Post Date: 2022-05-01 21:00:33 by Lod
Apologies for 4um not doing paragraphs tonight. Article is more timely now, than then. Poster Comment:As a boy I lived at times in Hampden-Sydney, a small college town in Virginia, where my family had lived for generations. H-S was the Old South of idyllic imagination. Georgian buildings stood on rolling green laws shaded by ancient oaks. Quiet reigned. At night stars shone and frogs creaked. In the woods nearby a stream splashed and chortled over Slippery Rock, where you could slide bare-bottomed into a moss-lined pool. My father knew Slippery Rock. So did my grandfather. People were socially conservative, literate, friendly, living in houses they had lived in forever. Many were ...

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