"Did you hear about what happened in Minnesota?"

"Did you hear about what happened in Minnesota?"

I had a surreal experience recently that displayed a total lack of awareness among the midwit, "educated" liberals who believe CNN. First, a digression to an excellent, relevant article I discovered via "Further Reading" over at Decline and Fall - I am remiss in adding the Unz report to my reader stream, but regularly get passed good articles there. In it, Antony Karlin shows what it means to deal with average, and below average IQ, and what the consequence is for something as simple as differentiating greater from lesser. Only 52% could do item AB30901, which is to look at…

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Roundup

Roundup

It's been a while, and I've accumilated a few odds and ends that don't call for a full post. Hate is bad. So we are told. Of course, the same people will gladly tell us that "White Lives Don't Matter". I know, I know, they'll tell you that it's not "white lives" as in "the lives of white people," but instead "white lives" as in "lives lived as if you were white" - she even somewhat clarified it.  Leaving aside you'd think that a college professor would be aware of the implications of her choice of words, AND that if…

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Panzerkampf

Panzerkampf

The largest tank battle fought started on July 5th, and ended on August 23rd of 1943, between the the German army, and the Soviet army, at Kursk, in the USSR. Of course Sabaton has a song for it. And a history episode. While we're at it, a cover. I think the art is fanart, for Girls und Panzer.…

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Red Sea

Red Sea

If you told me 10 years ago that I'd prefer watching outright chinese commie propaganda more than most of what comes out of Hollywood, I'd have called you nuts. While I'd previously seen Wandering Earth and a few other movies originated out of China, and you could see the worldview/assumptions working in the background, it wasn't until watching Operation Red Sea - filmed entirely in cooperation with the PLA Navy as a "Chinese Navy Seals go to the Shores of Tripoli" - that I'd watched such an obvious and forthright propaganda film to push Chinese interests, attitudes, and aims.…

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They Know the Truth They Cannot Speak

They Know the Truth They Cannot Speak

It's been noted before that many liberals, at least those who can afford to, may have their black friends, and talk about being down with the cause, but in the end, even as they espouse other values, they act like the very thing they decry: Stable families, gated "low crime" communities that are completely coincidentally vibrancy free, "good" - often private - schools that are just as coincidentally free of vibrancy. Yet you will still hear the argument that the only reason blacks get arrested more is not because, as a population group, there are more criminals, but because of…

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A Few Fun Bits

A Few Fun Bits

It's time for some lighter fare. For those into wargaming with minis, I'm a huge fan of the simplicity of Crossfire. Another system that can be cheap to start in, but I haven't had a chance to try the rules out, is Combat Storm - a set of rules for using little green and tan plastic army men. Introducing COMBAT STORM, the definitive wargame that uses your own collection of plastic army men as game pieces and a large playing area such as a large table or living-room floor as a battlefield. For terrain, you can use common household objects…

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Independence Day

Independence Day

As was pointed out elsewhere, to all those who think the "boogaloo" is an actual movement because of fake news reporting and not a ha-ha only-serious label for/about when society falls apart, this country was founded on a "boogaloo." In Congress, July 4, 1776.The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and…

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Lies and Consequences - a Kafkatrap Wrapping

Lies and Consequences - a Kafkatrap Wrapping

In wrapping up this set of posts, we've had several big events happen recently. One, we've gone through another round of purges, with Molyneaux being kicked off of youtube - you can find him on Bitchute here - Gab being blacklisted by Visa, and Crypto Fasion being kicked off of their shopping cart. Going after people via the banks and payment processors was, of course, the next big move. It also is a nail in the coffin for any kind of high-trust society, because if you are blocked from opening or running a credit card for a business, from running…

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