Trump and COVID

Trump and COVID

I was recently pointed to a video by Russel Brand discussing "who won COVID" for Trump getting contracting and healing back from getting COVID-19. In truth - though I don't strongly recommend taking the time - Brand, for all that what he is saying is filtered through a leftist lens, at least a) understands rhetoric, and b) how much the press is lying. Of course, he considers Trump's rhetoric to be lies, and the "calm, dialectic" stuff (a bit of a misapprehension on the "calm", chap) from the left to be truth. Like I…

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STILL Not Cute

STILL Not Cute

I mentioned in my last post on how far back this advocacy of pedo acceptance went in the so-called intellectual class, but since writing that was reminded by someone - I no longer remember where - of a couple of older Aydin Paladin videos on the leftist history of pedo advocacy. I'll link them at the bottom. Both have valuable insights, but if you only have time to watch/listen to one, listen to the second one - because it traces the roots of pedophile advocacy all the way back to Marx and, most especially, Engels. Also - there will…

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Not Cute

First, a couple notes. In the wake of RBGs death, Razor has an excellent video where he delves once again into why he thinks the supreme court should have some form of greater oversight/term limits, as needed to restrain their power. Also, Peter Grant is underscoring why we have to walk into any and all situations expecting the justice system to be weaponized against us. I won't claim to a lot of foresight, but while there's truth the stereotype of the antifa soy, there is also a core of knowledgeable people with money, coordination, and strategy, working in coordination…

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Kenosha Games

Kenosha Games

It's been busy the last couple weeks, and when not occupied with work, I've been catching up on a lot of reading. Also - things have been changing so fast that it's been futile to spend too much depth on any current event as by the time I mulled it over, the sundry details were beaten to death, and something new came up. Stepping back - this isn't even about Kenosha. There have been a number of office-related shootings in different towns since then, but the attempts to make something of them have furtively fizzled out. I am not sure…

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The Three R's

The Three R's

Reading, Ritin', 'Rithmetic. It's long been noted that homeschooling is not just a good idea because it's a better option than current public schools are supposed to be - instead it could now be a matter of life, death, or sanity. In case you needed a reminder: First of all, even when indoctrination is back burnered, it is likely that teaching to read using proven effective methods is not a priority - following the latest teaching fads is. For decades, reading instruction in American schools has been rooted in a flawed theory about how reading works, a theory that was…

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"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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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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Lies and Consequences - Game Theory and Decision Trees

Lies and Consequences - Game Theory and Decision Trees

One thing that's clear in a lot of cases involving violence is that a lot of people are ust idiots. This isn't even about the willingness to believe the narrative of "peaceful" protesters even as buildings burn down and businesses are looted, or the willingness to buy the manufactured set-up because the picture of the cop striking (back at) the (totally peaceful, man) protester is not a set-up at all. There are a lot of people who think stupid shit; take "why do they have to aim for the chest," or "can't they just wound him?" as common examples. Take…

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