A Hymn To Trump-Hate

Very little demonstrates modern anarcho-tyranny as effectively as the way conservative churches shun politics as 501c3 requires while liberal churches dive right in and never get punished.

Anti-Trump worship leader pens ‘hymn’ to rebuke evangelical supporters


By Caleb Parke, 30 January 2020

A worship pastor in South Bend, Ind., is getting attention for a song he wrote “calling out” evangelical supporters of President Trump.

Daniel Deitrich, the pastor for arts and worship at South Bend City Church, wrote “Hymn for the 81%,” a reference to white evangelical Christian voters who helped secure Trump’s victory 2016, as “a plea…to come home to the way of Jesus.”

Pronounced Hay-soos, the Illegal Immigrant of Heaven!

Our Team - South Bend City Church

Pajama Boy meets Lumbersexual. “Would bang!” -Pete Buttigeig, Mayor of South Bend.

The anti-Trump pastor’s song has over 400,000 views on YouTube. The lyrics accuse Trump evangelicals of “putting kids in cages, ripping mothers from their babies” and “weaponiz[ing] religion.”

LOL at the latter. I don’t care to repeat such lies so instead of linking to the song, I’ll just write a better one:

To the tune of A Mighty Fortress Is Our God.

“A mighty foe is Donald Trump who with the help of Vlad Putin
“stole the election in 2016 from our god the Lizard Queen.
“Dost ask who would screw thee? Pete Butt-gig, it is he
“The LGBT choice, for a new decade’s joy, of herpes, AIDS and Venezuela!”

Don’t complain about it, Lefties, or you’ll weaponize religion.

Deitrich told Religion News Service he originally wrote the song’s bridge as “an angry middle finger to the listener” and found it “cathartic,” but he toned it down and plans on releasing more songs.

What Would Jesus Do? Not that, because He refused to complain even about Caesar, who called himself a literal God-Emperor.

“There’s so much work to do to combat white supremacy, homophobia, transphobia, sexism — all the ways in which people are treated as less than the children of God that they are,” he told RNS.

God’s children don’t demand the acceptance of perversion. Place your bet: does South Bend City Center display the Cross? I bet they’re that ashamed of Real Jesus.


5. Holiday Inn City Center – South Bend

This hotel recently became the Magnuson Grand Hotel, and is unfortunately now closed. However, during its time as a hotel, rumors state that the building was haunted by the ghost of a former flight attendant. Why? Legend claims she was murdered by a pilot in the hotel. Her ghost could often be seen in hotel mirrors or sitting on the edge of guests’ beds. While you can’t spend the night in this creepy hotel, you could still take a look around the outside of the building.

Oops, that should have been South Bend City Church. Interesting random result, however.


South Bend City Church began in 2016 when our lead pastor, Jason Miller, started sharing his vision: a new church in the heart of South Bend; a Jesus-centered community for believers and doubters, where we can ask difficult questions and wrestle with the tensions of ancient faith in a modern world; a community that values simplicity and spiritual practices in our life together; and a church that’s deeply connected to the city we love.

Christianity is not an ancient faith. It is a RELIGION, an extremely relevant one.

In the fall of 2016, we began meeting on Wednesday nights to worship, pray, and study the book of Acts. We kept asking one question: what is a church? And each week, the answer we kept hearing from Acts was that the church is nothing more, and nothing less, than the expansion of Jesus’ work in the world.

A church is a group of believers in God. No wooden boxes or fancy bathrobes or mission statements required. Jesus’ work is rescuing people from a fallen world; He was not at all interested in making the world a better place, as many of His followers expected Him to do. Before and after His time, Israel was an insolent backwater underneath the Roman Empire’s boot heel. Jesus’ worldly success: zero.

In our first year, we gathered at an event venue, a downtown hotel, and a convention hall. We threw a donut party on the streets of South Bend to raise awareness and funds for the cause of chronic homelessness in our city.

That’s nice but that’s not Christianity. Not unless the purpose was street preaching or sheltering believers specifically.

We experimented with different ways of worshiping, learned about historic practices of faith, explored the theme of doubt within Scripture, and listened to our neighbors as we dreamed together. We set up and tore down chairs and sound equipment more times than we’d like to count. And in June 2017, we finally found a long-term home in a building with a legacy in the South Bend community and beyond: a once-abandoned Studebaker car factory.

That explains my confusion over “city center”. *Checks Google Earth* No Crosses on the building but it’s a big, shared, renovated, historical building so maybe they weren’t allowed. To confirm:

Their main worship room does not display the Cross, either, and their logo of a triangle with a slash is also not a Cross. No Jesus fish or other Christian symbol, either. Not even a bookshelf of loaner Bibles. Nothing to represent Christ.

It must have made those “doubters” uncomfortable.

‘Hymn for the 81%’: A conversation with Daniel Deitrich

What do you think is the purpose of worship music?

There’s this great line from a prayer in the old Church of God hymnal that says, “We thank you for music, and for everything that elevates our spirits above the smoggy confusions of our time and gives us hope.” I love that. I’m stuck in the smoggy confusion a lot. Worship music should give us hope — hope that the way of Jesus can bring healing and peace to a hurting world here and now.

Jesus personally said He wouldn’t do that. Matthew 10:34 “Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword.”

Also, Luke 24:36 “While [the disciples] were still talking about [eyewitness reports to the Resurrection], Jesus himself stood among them and said to them, “Peace be with you.”

The peace that Christ offers is for believers exclusively. It is not for the doubters, the poor, the homeless or God help us, brazen homosexual politicians and the music directors currying their favor.


Women At the Baggage Company

The Verge did an excellent expose on what happens when women run a company.



5 December 2019

Avery felt out of place at Away. Like many of the executives at the popular direct-to-consumer luggage brand, she’d gone to an Ivy League college, worked at a popular startup, and honed an intense work ethic that set her apart from the pack. But the higher-ups, who were almost all white and straight, still never gave her the time of day. “It was very clear who was in the clique,” she says.

Don’t worry, this isn’t an cis-white shaming article. The expose-writers tried to protect the Narrative while plumbing the depths of the Narrative’s consequences but all they could manage was that opening paragraph.

How, one wonders, did Avery know her higher-ups were all straight? “Hey boss, let’s fuck!” “I have a boyfriend.” “You freak!”

Originally, Avery had joined because of the brand’s popularity — the hard-shell suitcases were everywhere: in overheads, luggage carousels, subway ads — but she also wanted to believe in the mission. Away promised a lifestyle of inclusion and nice vacations.

Women see work as a source of money and status.

It was also founded by two women (one a person of color) who sought to run a globally minded business. “In my mind, it’s a trivial product but the brand is more than just luggage,” Avery says. “It’s about travel.” As the months went by and she got a closer glimpse at the growth and image-obsessed culture, however, she started to feel like the mission was just a smokescreen to get employees to work harder and longer.

THAT is the education she needed. And guess what, it was free! Work sucks, ladies, and the smart ones among you grabbed husbands while young. Ye who didn’t should think about them playing with their kids while you make that daily commute through NYC traffic to pay off your student debt by working in a call center. My cousin is a dentist and will make fat bank off your teeth-grinding.

Like many fast-growing startups, Away’s workplace is organized around digital communication. It’s how employees talk, plan projects, and get feedback from co-workers and higher-ups. Away used the popular chat app Slack, which has the motto “where work happens.” But of course, being a startup, a lot of other chatter happened there, too.

Away was a total henhouse. Gossip gossip everywhere! Women thirsting for travel to exotic locations and easy virtue-signaling, which was much more important than actually doing the work of making luggage! It’s early in the article but none of these women sound like they worked the factory floor.

And reading between the lines, that was the source of Away’s problems. Too few actual workers who were motivated to do good work. You’ll read a lot about the trouble they had responding to customer complaints… take one guess what they were complaining about. “Your product is shoddy!” “But we’re diverse and inclusive! You’re speaking to a pink-haired lesbian right now!”

When a co-worker invited Avery to join a private Slack channel called #Hot-Topics filled with LGBTQ folks and people of color, she was relieved to find that she wasn’t the only one who felt uncomfortable with Away’s purported mission and company culture. “It was a lot of like, ‘This person did this not-woke thing,’ or ‘Those people did something insensitive,’” she recalls. In other words, it was a safe space where marginalized employees could vent.

The pecking order was defined by victimhood and Narrative identity groups.

It was also against company policy. Away embraced Slack in more ways than one — its co-founder, Jen Rubio, is engaged to its CEO Stewart Butterfield —

Womens’ OTHER use for the workplace: finding a quality husband. But instead of working as the secretary for a couple years, Jen accumulated $$$ of student debt and Wokeness in college for years then began a high-profile career in order to find a husband in order to quit it all.

Muy inefficient-o!

…but it took things further than most startups. Employees were not allowed to email each other, and direct messages were supposed to be used rarely (never about work, and only for small requests, like asking if someone wanted to eat lunch). Private channels were also to be created sparingly and mainly for work-specific reasons, so making channels to, say, commiserate about a tough workday was not encouraged.

The rules had been implemented in the name of transparency, but employees say they created a culture of intimidation and constant surveillance. Once, when a suitcase was sent out with a customer’s incomplete initials stenciled onto the luggage tag, CEO Steph Korey said the person in charge must have been “brain dead” and threatened to take over the project. “Slack bullying is a thing,” explains a former member of the creative team we’ll call Erica*. “In my experience there, it’s extensive and relentless. It wasn’t just co-workers pinning things on other people — it came from the execs.”

Micromanagement is a strong indicator of insecure management. Leadership is a real-deal skill and not one you’re likely to learn from somebody who became a professor because he was scared to live in the results-oriented private sector.

Korey was infamous for tearing into people on Slack. “You could hear her typing and you knew something bad was going to happen,” says a former customer experience associate we’ll call Caroline*. Yet while her feedback was almost always sent online, its effects were felt in the real world, often when employees burst into tears.

Sigh, the Internet age. Where slutphone-addicted wimminz, and more than a few men, think management and leadership can be done remotely.

So when the executive’s name unexpectedly popped into #Hot-Topics the morning of May 16th, 2018, employees knew something was wrong. She’d found out about the channel from Erin Grau, the head of people, who said language in the room had made at least one person uncomfortable. “I thought, Damn, she’s gonna see us talking about some stupid stuff, but whatever,” recalls a former marketing manager named Emily*. She hoped Korey would at least find the conversations funny.

A good idea. Laughing helps in a high-stress job but if your coworker stops laughing then it’s time to run, not walk.

That hope evaporated the next day when Korey began calling people into a room one by one. There, flanked by the company’s head of people and general counsel, she told six people they were being let go. “You’ve been discriminatory,” employees remember her saying. “The stuff you said was hateful, even racist. You no longer have a job at this company.” Emily, who is a person of color, was shocked. “That was jarring — three white people telling me I was racist,” she says.

HAHAHA! Take your own medicine, you trans-POC! “I chose to work here because they didn’t hire white people. Then some white people came along and said I was being racist!”

Korey disputes ever using the terms “racist” and “hate speech,” although multiple sources confirmed these were the words she used.

Burned! Honestly, K, the truth would have been fine. It was, y’know, the truth.

The situation bruised employee morale, according to leaked Slack logs and interviews The Verge conducted with 14 former workers. But it was consistent with a pattern of behavior from the company’s top leaders.

Employees were asked to work exceedingly long hours and limit their paid time off. Their projects were brutally criticized by executives on public Slack channels. They were reprimanded for not answering messages immediately — even late at night and on weekends.

The cutthroat culture allowed the company to grow at hyperspeed, developing a cult following with celebrities and millennials alike. But it also opened a yawning gap between how Away appears to its customers and what it’s like to actually work there. The result is a brand consumers love, a company culture people fear, and a cadre of former employees who feel burned out and coerced into silence.

Yeah, so, why did those women tolerate that? I know why I tolerated it during a McJob back in the day. I wanted to get promoted and overtime is nice, so I volunteered for all kinds of extra duty like that. Then I found out my female boss had sabotaged my promotion because I was the only person in the company that the client wanted to work with. (I was told that by the client.) We had a conversation about her attitude. She gave me a welfare application, I walked across the street to a better job and her company lost a client.

For all their high-level credentials, none of these female coloreds wanted to lead even themselves out of misery.

Korey and Rubio met in 2011 while working at the trendy direct-to-consumer eyewear company Warby Parker. There, Korey implemented the lessons she’d learned at Bloomingdale’s years before. “The things I learned there about retail markups, markdowns, wholesaling, licensing, and the department store supply chain all later became the very things we would avoid at Warby Parker,” she said in an interview in Fortune.

“I’m an expert in shopping!” It’s legit female work so I can’t complain, but I’m still waiting for any of these female executives to drop a line about the time they got their hands dirty on the assembly line. Barbie was too busy giving interviews to Fortune magazine!

Their aim was to sell “first-class luggage at a coach price” by cutting out the middleman and marketing directly to consumers. It was a model perfected by brands like Dollar Shave Club, Glossier, and Everlane: direct-to-consumer powerhouses that, through some alchemy of Facebook ads, freckled models, and bold sans serif fonts, had elevated themselves out of their business category to achieve tech company success.

Following this blueprint, Korey and Rubio positioned Away as a travel company, not a luggage brand. “We’re working to create the perfect version of everything people need to travel more seamlessly,” Rubio said in a 2018 interview. “Luggage is only the beginning.”

Women are good at copying men. Not so good at innovating. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery so I’m still not complaining but this is why women make poor officers.

To make their brand even more aspirational, Away partnered with models and it-girls like Karlie Kloss, Julia Restoin Roitfeld, and Rashida Jones to promote the bags on social media. This was Rubio’s wheelhouse: she’d managed social strategy at Warby Parker and knew how to make Away hyper-relevant.

Men get shamed for watching porn and then women do THIS?! Hypocrites!

Korey, for her part, didn’t have to work hard to project an aspirational lifestyle. The CEO grew up in Ohio in a 55,000-square-foot historic mansion with an indoor swimming pool and three dining rooms. She’d gone to boarding school, then landed in Bloomingdale’s executive development program while at Brown University.

But for all of her privilege, no one denied the executive’s fanatical work ethic. Where Rubio’s job seemed to involve glamorous travel and speaking events, and many employees say they never interacted with her, Korey was always in the office. She managed all of the company’s operations and was regularly online past 1AM.

Probably following Daddy’s example. For a third time, I’m not complaining, but she would surely have been much happier finding a husband that resembled Daddy instead of becoming a workaholic ‘male’ herself.

The CEO often vacillated between being funny and relatable to hyper-critical and even cruel. Employees say she swore during interviews, cackled at people’s jokes, and took new hires to lunch, telling stories about her own mistakes. Once, during an interview, a woman remarked that she was drawn to Away because she was a millennial and it was a millennial-friendly product. “I’m a millennial, too,” Korey said. Later, that same employee was told by her manager that Korey had referred to the team as a bunch of “millennial twats.”

This must be the “frenemy” concept I’ve heard about. I do not think it would be good for workplace morale.

Korey was adamant that clear feedback was critical to employees’ growth. She was blunt when she didn’t agree with someone and encouraged managers not to shy away from harsh criticism. Erica, who managed a small team, questioned whether this strategy actually worked. “It didn’t feel like I was helping my direct reports grow,” she says.

Care-based morality. Employees grow the company, not the other way around. Mission focus, people!

When the photo team took suitcases to a shoot in the Hamptons and brought them back banged up and covered in sand, an employee who’d started that week was blamed for the “unacceptable” error and called out publicly on Slack. (The bags had eventually made their way to customers, and executives were furious.) “It could’ve just been a co-worker pulling them aside and saying this isn’t cool,” Erica says. “It felt like they were publicly outing the situation so that everybody could follow along.”

Yeah, the execs should be furious about the worn bags being sent out because it’s not an honest mistake. Somebody was passive-aggressively sabotaging the company. But blaming a new hire doesn’t make sense.

This company spent a lot of effort on fashion and no effort on quality control, so ultimately the execs have nobody but themselves to blame.

Korey often framed her critiques in terms of Away’s core company values: thoughtful, customer-obsessed, iterative, empowered, accessible, in it together. Empowered employees didn’t schedule time off when things were busy, regardless of how much they’d been working. Customer-obsessed employees did whatever it took to make consumers happy, even if it came at the cost of their own well-being. The framework echoed the tough company culture at Amazon where employees are taught to forget old habits and embrace a new set of ideals.

The intensity prompted employees to form small groups, chatting in texts about the toxic company culture. “Everyone kind of found their tribe and stuck to them because you needed to have allies there if you were gonna stay there,” says Serena*, a marketing manager.

But even this seemed like it could get them in trouble. From the beginning, Korey and Rubio had banned direct messages on Slack for anything related to work. Ostensibly, this was supposed to make the culture more transparent. “Over the course of our careers, Jen and I observed situations where women and underrepresented groups were often excluded from key emails or meetings,” Korey said in a statement to The Verge. “Slack affords levels of inclusion and transparency email simply doesn’t. With email the original author gets to pick who is included in the conversation and whose voices won’t be heard. That’s not the company we want.”

This is a level of sadism rarely found outside of women and dot-Indians. The latter, come to think of it, being from an exceptionally status-conscious society. I’ve always wondered why degenerate managers would go so far that they can’t live their own lives because of the effort they put into hating and fearing others.

In practice, however, it did the opposite. Transparency seemed like it was just a pretense for Korey to micromanage and exert control. Marginalized employees felt silenced by the cutthroat environment and executives like Korey who used mistakes as an excuse to nitpick. “Steph has the drive and the personality of someone who could be very successful,” Erica says. “She embodies what we all aspire to be. But she does it in a way that’s absolutely not what I want to be.”

Ohmigawd, NAGGING! The quintessential behavior of women! No wonder social media is a nightmare of NAGGING!

Ironically, Korey described Rubio as her “work wife” when the pair had worked at Warby Parker. “What was so nice about the relationship is we could lean on each other to complain every once in a while, like if a project wasn’t going well,” she explained in a podcast interview.

That partially explains Avery’s frustration at discovering the company officers were heterosexual.

To Avery, this was just more hypocrisy at Away: the founders were allowed to complain to one another in private, but employees were expected to have almost every conversation in public.

Yep, status-driven behavior. The little people don’t deserve to be treated well!

In the summer of 2017, Lauren joined Away as a customer experience associate. She was one year out of college, thrilled at the prospect of working for a brand she’d seen all over Instagram.

At the time, the company had around 50 employees. “The energy was light and supportive,” she recalls. Her salary, which was around $40,000, wasn’t a lot to live on, but it also wasn’t out of the ordinary for someone just starting out in New York City.

Nobody lives in NYC on $40k unless it’s in a dumpster. One vote for “Sugar Daddy”. Not an option for low-ranking men, which helps explain why NYC is feminist central.

Lauren’s job was to answer customer calls and emails, getting the “queue” of customer inquiries down to zero. On a busy day, Lauren and her co-workers answered about 40 phone calls and responded to 100 emails each.

Her bachelor’s degree was in “Stupid”, if the best work she could find after graduating was a call center.

From the beginning, Korey and Rubio were masterful at getting these young employees hyped up about their jobs. “You are joining a movement,” they would say. “Everyone wants to be a part of this.” Lauren and the 12 other associates on customer experience felt lucky, even chosen. They worked long hours and bonded over crazy customer stories, intoxicated by the energy of the company.

…A few weeks later, Korey asked the customer experience managers to have their associates cancel future travel plans, at least until the holidays were over. Those who’d already booked tickets would be asked if they could work from home. “We were like ‘No, no we’re not gonna do that. That’s not moral,” Caroline says. But she knew she didn’t have a choice.

You DID have a choice, Caroline. Your slutphone has an off switch. Go on vacation. Play with your family. Dare to relax. I can only fault management so far.

Caroline was protective of how close her team had become. If one person was forced to stay, the rest were likely to follow suit. “They exploited the fact that we were close,” she says. “They knew we would take a bullet for each other and they just used it. Everyone was crushed. But they weren’t going to leave if their friends stayed.”

Ah, the herd instinct. Another explanation for the privacy invasion: they didn’t want to allow a second “herd” to form.

By January, the team was completely burnt out and the positivity was starting to wane. “I would leave at nine. I wouldn’t eat until midnight, then I’d get in bed and work until I fell asleep,” Caroline remembers. And yet, customer emails kept piling up.

To Korey, this was unacceptable. She began randomly calling the customer experience line to see whether someone picked up, often berating the managers and screaming, “What is this shit!” at her desk if her call went unanswered.

When managers don’t know how to solve a problem, the natural instinct is to look for problems that they can solve. Passing the buck is popular, too.

Korey says these “spot checks” are a typical part of any retail company. “This isn’t the only area we do this,” she adds. “In fact, we use secret shoppers at our retail stores, and we regularly place multiple combinations of e-commerce orders to ensure our fulfillment facilities are packing orders correctly.”

Management paranoia began extending to suppliers and retailers. An early indicator of “regime change”.

…When [Korey] noticed two managers still had time off on the calendar, she was livid. “If you all choose to utilize your empowerment to leave our customers hanging…you will have convinced me that this group does not embody Away’s core values,” she said. (Emphasis Korey’s.)

Full Commissar achieved.

Days after Korey’s 3AM tirade, she announced that she was hiring a buffer to put between herself and the team: a vice president of customer experience, Monte Williams. The associates were thrilled.

Williams looked people in the eye, spoke to them with respect, and had over a decade of experience leading teams at brands like Rent the Runway. Those who’d been planning to quit decided to stay to learn what they could from this new manager.

Finally, a man to the rescue! Look, Ma! People skills! But I fear poor Monte is doomed. Buffering Korey from the worker bees won’t stop Korey’s obsession with control.

Then, in mid-April, the team started to notice something strange. Customer emails were piling up during what was supposed to be a slow period. “We had 100 extra people in our inbox. We were like, what’s going on?” Caroline remembers.

It was a Groundhog Day scenario. The company was rolling out new customization options on the luggage, and the operations team was woefully understaffed. Bags weren’t going out on time and, once again, the customer experience associates couldn’t get a clear estimate on when they were expected to ship.

Too many photo shoots in the Hamptons. Too many overpriced supermodel shills. Not enough unsexy men on the factory floor.

This time, however, Korey couldn’t push the team to tackle their ever-growing inbox: Williams was standing in her way.

The customer experience executive wanted to prioritize his team’s mental well-being, but the inbox of customer emails was the highest it had ever been. The associates oscillated between feeling grateful that someone finally cared about them — Williams was the first person who’d ever really voiced appreciation for their work — and feeling worried he didn’t understand how behind they were getting. At its peak, the inbox of customer inquiries was 4,000 emails deep.

In May, Korey created a Slack channel titled #may-cx-issue to try to address this issue. If Williams wasn’t going to push his team, then she would have to step back in. She began grilling him on why managers — many of whom were working 16-hour days — weren’t answering more customer emails.

Once, a team member tried to explain that managers didn’t handle as many customer emails because they were charged with leading the team. But Korey didn’t buy it. “I’m just going to be honest here, your response to me reads like [the managers] don’t really do anything positive for the business anyway so it doesn’t matter if they’re here or not,” she said.

Williams tried to smooth things over, explaining that some team members were missing calls simply when they stepped away to use the bathroom. “We all always assumed people went to the bathroom,” she responded. “Let’s please stop talking about that as if it’s a surprising Friday update.” Of the interaction, Caroline says, “It was like watching him get stoned to death.”

On May 25th, the team saw a 5:30PM meeting on their calendars and knew the time had come: Williams was being fired. He’d lasted less than six months.

Another man learns the pain of working for a female boss.

For Caroline, that was the final straw. “I just lost my shit,” she says. “Everybody loved Monte. Everybody. I was just like, ‘This is the first time anybody has cared about the team, and you’re taking it away from us. You really don’t care at all.’”

Within a few months, she would give notice as well.

Thus began the exodus from Away: when the man was fired, the abused women chose to follow him into the sunset instead of loyalty to the herd. If Williams was a smart cookie, he saw this coming from the beginning and used the opportunity to identify and headhunt Away’s talent. No idea if he actually did that.

Korey wouldn’t comment on what people had said in the channel that she determined was racist. But employees say she pointed to two comments that called out “cis white men.” “It just became really obvious that this happened because someone white and powerful got offended,” says the customer experience manager, Lindsey.

Probably Korey’s father. Few trust-fund babies have POC parents and I can’t think of any reason superwealthy Korey would have ridden herself and her company to exhaustion, except to impress her father.

Every person interviewed for this story has since left the company. Some, like Serena, feel conflicted about the founders, two women she both admires and fears. “It’s so fucked up,” she says. “I still want their validation.” When asked what she learned from her time there, she pauses, reflecting on the tumultuous year.

Herd instinct combined with the need to signal virtue… but most of all, the need to fill a husband-shaped hole in her heart.


False Pastor John Pavlovich

The Bride of Cain is back in the news, this time praying for Satan to have a miscarriage. (Stuff that male pastors never say.) Here’s the link…

Paula White Cain: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

[Paula Knight-White-Cain] made headlines in January of 2020 after a portion of a sermon she gave went viral. In the clip, which is embedded below, White calls for “all satanic pregnancies to miscarry right now. We declare that anything that’s been conceived in Satanic wombs, that it’ll miscarry, it will not be able to carry forth any plan of destruction, any plan of harm.”

Trump-bashers have been having a lot of fun with it and I admit to a chuckle, too. While following the story, however, I came across a new false priest that the Left is trying to establish as a Christian authority. Fresh meat!

Lessons Trump Supporters Are Teaching Their Children


By John Pavlovich, 21 September 2019

A gentle reminder that SJWs Always Project. Both for that headline and… dayumn, this whole article is projection! Maybe I’ll just fix a sandwich while you read.

One thing you learn as you raise children is that they’re always watching, always listening, always learning—that you are always teaching them something: about what you value, about how to treat people, about how to be a human being.

I wonder if people supporting this President and this Administration realize what they’re teaching their children; what boosting his tweets and applauding his rally rants and celebrating his legislative assaults on vulnerable people is telling them.

Whether they realize it or not, they’re teaching them…

People don’t matter. Human beings are things, wielded in battles you manufacture in order to win. The actual flesh and blood lives on the other side of your stereotypes and slurs and caricatures have no intrinsic value.The moment you can dehumanize a person you’ve never met, is the moment you free yourself from any responsibility for the damage you do to them or applaud someone else doing.

Stay tuned for my next post which will include, in no particular order: female leadership, female baggage, female luggage and dehumanizing treatment like Trump never did.

Never apologize. When you are found to be wrong or speak in error—never admit it. No matter how far afield of facts you find yourself or how grievous the mistake or how divorced of reality your initial statements may have been, simply double down, gaslight people, and attack your critic’s credibility and integrity—but never admit the error and never, under any circumstance, apologize. That is failure.

This… is CNN.

Diversity is dangerous. The more differences around you, the more there is to fear. Threats always come from those who aren’t like you. If someone’s pigmentation or orientation or nation of origin don’t match your own, they’re probably someone you want to avoid or be wary of. Never seek-out difference. Exclusion and self-preservation are the best defenses against the evils in the world.

Peach, brother! To the Hindus, the Jews, the Muslims and the Chinese.

It’s all about you. Forget the advice of your teachers and pastors and story books, and discard all that nonsense about loving your neighbor as yourself or doing unto others and you’d have done to you. Other people’s experiences are unimportant. In this Universe you are the solitary sun around which every other body revolves. The more you allow other people to be seen and heard, the less you will be able to thrive. This is a zero-sum game and there is only one winner.


Compassion is a flaw. To feel empathy is to show weakness. Sitting with people long enough to see them and understand their story and to feel a bit of their pain will only slow you down. The more callous you can become, the less vulnerable you are. The greatest virtue in this life is to simply not give a damn about other people. A dead heart is much better than a bleeding one.

More atheism.

America is the world. Some people will tell you that all human beings on the planet have value, that humanity is one interdependent community sharing the same home, that a child five thousand miles away is as important as one down the street or the one in your nursery. Don’t buy it.The place where you live and the people who live there are better than everyone else.

Wow, he demanded that you should consider total strangers on distant continents as important as your own infant! Such incoherent rage against family and community! It must hurt that the “we’re a nation of totalitarian Socialist parasites immigrants” narrative is failing.

Women are less valuable than men. Consent is irrelevant. Autonomy is a myth. A woman’s body does not belong to her. She exists solely for the pleasure and purpose of men, and this is true of wives and partners and blind dates and people you pass on the street. Whatever you do to women, no matter how vile, you will never be made accountable for.

Yep. Yep. Yep. Yep. You left out making babies. No, there is a God in heaven and cops on the street. Oops! No more cops, because they arrested too many black criminals. Non-taxpaying voters living five thousand miles away complained!

Cheat to win. The desired ends justifies any possible means, no matter how vile or despicable. Rig every system, fix every game, stack every deck—and justify it all because the victory is all that matters. Fair play and honesty and being a person of honor are all of little value. What really matters is the prize, so be sure and get it. Winning is worth both someone else’s pain and your soul.

Cheating to win is, almost by definition, what the atheists do. People who believe God exists, believe they’re unable to get away with cheating.

Whiteness is better. You’ll hear a lot about equality and you’ll even pretend it matters to you, but don’t believe it for a second. God may have made all people in his image, but Caucasians bear far more resemblance. Never mind that if Adam and Eve existed, they came from a place without a Cracker Barrel—just know that your pigmentation makes you superior to the “bad people” and “shithole countries.”

This is a lie. I don’t pretend that equality matters to me EVEN IN REAL LIFE. It’ll be the death of me but I just can’t fake it… and if you ever see Antifa soyboys trying to find their martial arts microdicks with both hands, you won’t be able to pretend equality, either. Here, have a clip. Just the first three minutes.

Ironically, those embarrassments to fitness do prove that the Master Race isn’t always.

Your convictions are for sale.

Laws don’t apply to you.

Religion is a prop.

When in doubt, lie.

A generation of children is learning these things from the people most entrusted to show them how to be human. They are forming the lenses they see the world through from birth. It will be almost impossible for them to discern reality.

The rest of us will have to do all we can to remind them that this simply isn’t good or right or decent, and help them transcend their parent’s prejudices and preferences—and to embrace interdependence and equality and compassion.

The world we become depends on it.

Children belong to their parents, to be raised as their parents wish, Youth Pastor John Pavlovich. To Eternal Hell with your “village raising child” abuse.

Aw man, I forgot my sandwich.

Speaking of his actual job title, this article gives a good introduction to this child of Lies.

How Raleigh’s John Pavlovitz Went from Fired Megachurch Pastor to Rising Star of the Religious Left


By Amanda Abrams, 22 November 2017

Little by little, John Pavlovitz is becoming a familiar name among progressives, particularly progressive Christians. And he has Donald Trump to thank for it.

Translation, the atheist Left is trying to break Christians away from Trump with all the subtlety and effectiveness of an Establishment Republican purchasing the black vote.

Pavlovitz, forty-eight, is a Wake Forest resident, minister at North Raleigh Community Church, and father of two young kids. He’s also the writer behind Stuff that Needs to be Said, a blog that calls out hypocrisy in plain language, with the president and his ardent followers within the religious right earning particular scorn.

Here’s the TL;DR on his Stuff that Needs to be Said: God didn’t write the Bible, which is full of mistakes anyway and morally irrelevant because we’re so damn smart now. Link but I won’t get into it:

htt ps://johnpavlovitz.com/2016/01/18/1o-things-this-christian-doesnt-believe-about-the-bible/

His style—compassion paired with a no-bullshit, emperor-wears-no-clothes attitude, all informed by an inclusive brand of Christianity—has endeared him to millions of readers. This year alone, twenty-three million people have viewed his blog, and he has over sixty thousand Twitter followers. His words have been featured in Slate, Cosmopolitan, and Quartz.

He’s not building his own brand, as a marketer would say. Controlled opposition at best, Judas Goat at worst.

But as his recently released book, A Bigger Table, explains, finding that voice was the result of a years-long process of soul searching. A former megachurch pastor, Pavlovitz didn’t fully arrive at his new, progressive mind-set until a few years ago.

“It was a gradual deconstruction of my faith,” he says. “You look at one isolated area of the Bible, for example, then realize, Well, if that doesn’t mean what I was taught it meant, what other areas of my spiritual journey was I taking for granted? So you start digging into it, and you find yourself exploring all areas of your belief system.”

Born in Syracuse to a middle-class Italian family, Pavlovitz grew up Catholic.

Huh. By his name, I would have guessed him Jewish.

By his own description, his was a mainstream suburban childhood, and he was raised with a sense of “in groups” and “out groups”—those who were blessed by the Almighty, and those who were not. People of color, gay people, poor people, addicts, atheists—”All were to be avoided or feared, or at least approached with great skepticism,” he remembers.

You know what’s missing in that list? Protestants. This isn’t Cat-bashing, this is noticing that all the groups John was “raised to hate” just happen to ALL have blue check marks. A Catholic schoolteacher is going to warn kids about those rival Bible-thumpers much more quickly than he would slander the poor or the brown people living in heavily-Catholic Latin and South Americas.

I call bullshit. He’s lying about his childhood Catholic experience.

Then he went to college, at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, where he’d arrived with a scholarship to study graphic design.

The City, and College, of Literal Brotherly Love. Hmm.

“It’s difficult to comprehend how my head didn’t simply explode upon arrival,” he writes in A Bigger Table. With no idea of what to expect, he was suddenly exposed to a wide-ranging, colorful diversity beyond anything he could have imagined: artists, dancers, musicians, gay, straight—people he came to know and care about.

And it came as a total surprise, yes sir!

Then his brother came out as gay. Pavlovitz had grown up with a vague discomfort about gay people, yet his first reaction at hearing the news about his brother was relief. He finally understood why his sibling had been so depressed, and he was happy that his parents embraced his brother’s identity.

The likely reason his brother was depressed, statistically, was he’d been raped by a homosexual. Encouraging that perversion was the worst way Pavlovich could have helped his brother.

Those two events were pivotal, says Pavlovitz: they opened his mind about who was worthy of compassion and love.

Around the same time, he was finding his way back to Christianity, thanks to his impending marriage. Late in the game, he and his fiancée realized they wanted to have a church wedding, and the only institution that welcomed them was a small Methodist church in suburban Pennsylvania.

Why would no church want to marry them? *checks* It wasn’t a homosexual marriage so I dunno.

They liked its coziness, so the Pavlovitzes continued there as congregants after they were married. One day, a church leader asked if he would serve as the church’s youth pastor. The fit was perfect. He had found his calling.

It’s a colossal red flag for a pro-sodomy “Christian” who doesn’t believe that Biblical standards of morality are binding, to be in authority over children.

After a stint in seminary and more time at the Pennsylvania church, the couple moved to Charlotte, where Pavlovitz got a job as youth pastor at a megachurch, the Good Shepherd United Methodist Church; he spent nearly a decade there. To be an integral member of a church family, Pavlovitz found, was to be part of something greater than oneself, something warm and welcoming. The sense of belonging was powerful.

Again, a youth pastor.

But it was also, he learned, stifling. The pressure to conform, to agree with derisive comments about Democrats or the “gay agenda,” to prioritize boosting attendance over addressing genuine laspes in faith, was intense, he says.

Yah, dey be called Christians, mon. They ain’t down wit da kiddie diddle, all thinkin’ that dicks should go inna chicks.

Instead of being a balm for congregants’ dark nights of the soul, church felt like an event where participants presented highly edited versions of themselves. And that old sense of in-groups and out-groups was still there, an invisble line between a certain kind of Christian and everyone else.

Was everyone struggling with doubt? Pavlovitz didn’t know, but he sure was. Given his experiences in Philadelphia and in his own family, he’d accepted that gay people were his equals in dignity and worth. What else that the church was promoting was untrue—about Muslims, or women, or poor people?

Pavlovitz knew he was a heretic and fancied himself the Secret King, resenting every moment his beliefs were overshadowed by Christ’s.

It was a terrifying realization. At that point, Pavlovitz was a respected pastor, someone who was supposed to have all the answers.

“There’s a conspiracy of silence in churches,” he explains. The ministers are seen as being so certain of their beliefs that their congregation doesn’t feel comfortable coming to them with doubts.

That’s a black lie. People having doubts need someone who can reassure them, not push them over the edge into apostasy.

Meanwhile, clergymen (and they’re usually men)…

Duh. Christianity.

...aren’t able to confess the questions they themselves have. Were they really acting like Jesus would? That was the big question. Wasn’t the goal to love everyone, unreservedly?

But instead of speaking his doubts, Pavlovitz hid his misgivings and got a job at a Raleigh megachurch. (He asked that the INDY not give the church’s name.)

And then, one day in 2013, he was fired.

“You don’t fit here. You’ve never fit here,” the head pastor told him.

In fact, Pavlovitz says, he did fit—very well—when he ministered to young people and families looking for comfort and connection. But he couldn’t find a place for himself in the fabric of a church that, like many in the U.S., had become increasingly corporate. It was skilled at creating “really well-produced, age-specific Sunday experiences” and “great faith-based entertainment,” Pavlovitz says, but it never attempted to pull together people from all corners of humanity for the common purpose of glorifying God.

And that, Pavlovitz realized, was what his soul was yearning for.

Whoa, hoss. “One day, he was fired”? That doesn’t happen in a vacuum. From what I can piece together, Pavlovich started his blog while at the megachurch in order to vent his beliefs, was revealed to be an LGBT activist and quietly dismissed before a child molestation happened:

Being fired was a shock at first. But within twenty-four hours, he came to view it as a blessing, one that would allow him to finally speak his mind. He’d already begun the blog by then, but it had mostly been reserved for the church community. Now he began to write more freely.

In 2014, his writing project went viral. It started with a personal post in the form of a letter to his kids. “If I Have Gay Children” outlined the ways he would continue to love and support his son and daughter if they came out—that he would not keep their sexual orientation a secret and not quietly hope that they would eventually change. Almost overnight, millions of people read it.

Pastor Daddy planted the idea in his kids’ heads… publicly… that he’d love to see them embrace sexual perversion.

“One day you’re unemployed; the next day CNN calls,” Pavlovitz says. The shift was incredible. Suddenly he had an audience, and he was going to use it.

In 2016, another of his posts caught the internet’s eye. “To Brock Turner’s Father, from Another Father” addressed the dad of the Stanford University swimming star who’d been accused of rape; the father had asked the judge for leniency.

“Brock is not the victim here. His victim is the victim,” the post begins, then systematically knocks down the father’s excuses for his son’s actions.

Recap, Turner and Barbie got drunk at a frat party and left together. Two grad students noticed him having sex with unconscious her behind a dumpster. He was convicted on five counts of sexual assault but received a infamously light sentence from the judge, who then had to defend his job from a recall effort.

But the site’s greatest one-day readership occurred on November 9, 2016, the day after Trump’s election.

“That day, a lot of people were searching on Google, and they found me,” he says. It helped that pop singer Katy Perry shared his post, “This Is Why We Grieve Today,” on Twitter. The essay explained to a hypothetical clueless reader why Trump’s election felt so profoundly painful to many Americans. It resonated.

A lot of journalists pulled out their backup plans to discredit Trump, which apparently called for a Judas Goat to divide his support.

Many of the readers who found him that day have stayed. Pavlovitz says his readers come from all over the political and religious spectrum—and that’s apparent in the dozens or sometimes hundreds of comments on his posts.

“But I think we all have the same pull toward protecting humanity,” he says. “If you’re a person who believes in equality that transcends gender or faith traditions, you’ll find something that appeals to you.”

Pavlovitz has always featured Christianity-specific posts, like “Why You May Want to Try Church Again” or “With the Time You Have Left Here.” But most of his writings focus on current events: gun control, kneeling NFL players, sexual harassment and assault, and, in the last week, Roy Moore.

Unabashedly liberal, Pavlovitz has come a long way from his roots as an acquiescent megachurch pastor. One could imagine posts like “Rescuing Jesus from American Evangelicals” or “In Gun We Trust: God Bless the NRA” being written to some of his conservative former congregants.

Obviously not, if he’s still pushing the Sodomite agenda that got him fired in the first place.

But Trump’s election in particular has provided him with fuel; he’s covered immigration, white supremacy, and health care, and often directly addresses Trump supporters in posts like “If You Voted for Trump, You Owe My Children an Apology.” He is unremitting in his derision for voters who he believes must take responsibility for the chaos and violence that’s occurred since the election.

Pretty sure it’s Antifa, BLM, BAMN and the Clinton Machine who should be taking responsibility. To their credit, the first three often do.

Pavlovitz says his comfort with questioning established dogma makes him a rarity in mainstream Christianity and has turned him into something of a beacon for others with doubts—a surprisingly large group of people.

“People say to me, ‘I’ve been in the church my whole life, but you’re finally giving me permission to wrestle with things,’” he says. “Right now, there’s a voice of Christianity that seems loud because it has the White House behind it. But there’s a large population in America that thinks, This is nothing like the faith I entered into.”

Some simply know in their gut, he says, that a religion of in-groups and out-groups isn’t what Jesus was preaching.

Dude, Heaven or Hell. It doesn’t get more in-group than that.

“I believe he’s absolutely on to something,” says Molly Worthen, a UNC history professor who focuses on religion and ideology. “There are changes in the way younger evangelicals think about things like sexuality and gender roles. But they’re also exhausted by the aggressive confrontational style and old Moral Majority approach to politics.”

The Cult of Nice has not begun to be confrontational. Atheists are trying very hard to guess at why Christians support an obvious non-Christian like Trump. They’re so incapable of handling the truth that I’ll show it to them right now: for the first time in a long time, we have a political leader who doesn’t betray our trust and doesn’t hate our existence. It’s that simple.

Indeed, a number of polls have shown a decline in Christian beliefs among young Americans over the past decade.

Pavlovitz—now a youth minister at North Raleigh Community Church…

He really, really, likes working with kids. While praising homosexual behavior.

… a congregation that welcomes people who are questioning the Christianity they grew up with—is part of a movement of progressive Christians, people like North Carolina’s Reverend William Barber and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, whose agendas have become more pointed as a result of Trump’s presidency. But the movement has been slow to coalesce in recent years, Pavlovitz acknowledges. He thinks it’s partly because liberal Christians view political power with disdain; after all, their Jesus was a homeless preacher, an underdog who was executed for butting up against an established government.

But Nancy Petty, pastor of Raleigh’s liberal Pullen Baptist Church, thinks progressives often struggle with how to articulate their faith, since much of the vocabulary of Christianity has been co-opted by the far right. But that hasn’t been the case with Pavlovitz, she says.

“One of the things with John is he’s articulating the message of progressives,” she says. “He’s found his own language.”

Pavlovitz isn’t a radical. The topics he emphasizes, like gay rights and women’s rights, were resolved by liberal Christians years ago.


And unlike Barber and Wilson-Hartgrove, he doesn’t frequently talk about the tougher, more structural issues of poverty and racism that could require a radical reordering of society to remedy.

Yes, in fact, all Socialists would be less popular if people knew their true intentions. Tip: they are not trying to help you.

But that’s probably part of why Pavlovitz is so popular. His is a manageable liberalism, one that makes logical sense but isn’t too taxing. And yet, at a time when America seems to have taken a giant step backward in how it views minorities and other vulnerable populations, he might be exactly what the country—and the church—needs.

Pavlovich is a two-faced traitor against Christ, claiming the Name while destroying everything that Name ever taught.


Burning Coal In Detroit

A slightly dated story but one that perfectly illustrates how fatherlessness causes violence in society.

EXCLUSIVE: Mom of teen accused of killing Vietnam veteran makes plea for son to come forward


By Kimberly Craig, 12 April 2019

DETROIT (WXYZ) — “I don’t know if it was a self defense or what, but he had been seeing this young lady,” said Teneal Johnson whose teenage son is now accused of killing 70-year-old Jamie Mintz early Monday morning in Mintz’s home on Mansfield in Detroit.

Johnson’s son, 17-year-old David Williams, was dating Mintz’s 14-year-old granddaughter despite their parents and other relatives trying to keep them apart.

Ah, the old story of Romeo and Juliet. Now viewable in black and white:

Terrible photo, but it does establish that Juliet was white. Romeo was black:

On Thursday, Detroit police released photos of David Williams as they search for him and hope for the public’s help in locating him. It was late Sunday night or Monday morning when Mintz’s relatives say his granddaughter secretly let David into the house. Around 4:00 a.m. the teens turned on a light and it woke Mintz up out of his sleep.

Mintz found David Williams in his house and, according to relatives, he wanted David to remain there until he alerted police and they arrived.

At gunpoint, it must be noted. Romeo then murdered Mintz with his own gun.

David Williams was already on probation in a domestic violence case involving an alleged assault on his stepfather, and we’re told he feared going back to jail.

How’s that no-more-bail reform working for you liberals? *checks on NYC* wow, chucking rocks through peoples’ windows doesn’t count as violence. Yeah, we told you elected fuckers this kind of thing would happen, which means you’re accomplices.

On the bright side, Juliet didn’t fall in love with a Bucky Beta type who would expect her to stay at home, jobless and dependent upon a husband. Women are evolved to favor genetically superior mates!

Detroit Police say the teen struggled with Mintz, wrestling the gun away from him and shooting him.

Mintz, a Vietnam veteran, was killed and the teen fled the scene on foot.

Either Mintz was befuddled by granddaughter defending the intruder or he was ambushed. Frankly, the situation was at the point where he could lawfully have gunned down Romeo in cold blood. Home invasion plus statutory rape plus probation violation plus the old “I was afraid for my life” equals cops who’d rather finish that crossword puzzle than make an arrest.

Teneal Johnson says she saw her son Monday afternoon and he seemed fine. She said he gave no hints that hours earlier, he had a deadly encounter with his girlfriend’s grandfather.

Indicating sociopathy.

The father of Mintz’s 14-year-old granddaughter, Melcolm Appleton, tells 7 Action News that Mintz would be alive if the state social workers had not forced her to be temporarily removed from their home and placed with Mintz for two weeks.

Appleton says he tried to tell state workers that his daughter was making up lies about him and his wife because she was upset that they were trying to keep her from seeing David. Appleton says his daughter is now devastated over the devastating loss of her grandfather and she now regrets ever sneaking David into the house.

Smooth move, Ex-Lax! You Child Protection Service providers believed a 14yo’s words over her father’s and pretended that moving her down the street would prevent… what? Prevent a violent probationer from continuing his statutory rape, or prevent Daddy from restraining Juliet’s gender experiments?

Had you done what you did for money, CPS, it would have been child sex trafficking.

Teneal Johnson fears her son has done harm to himself because it’s been days since she’s heard from him.

“I’m on the news,” she said. “I probably look a mess, but I’ll do it for you. I’ll do it all for you. Just please come talk to me.”

“It’s okay, baby! I don’t care that you’ve gone sexually feral with a new habit of murdering father figures, I just want to know that you’re okay! Call me!”

What a misandric abomination.

Fathers love their children by rearing them and when needed, disciplining them. Single mothers don’t, as we just saw. Romeo would not have been able to assault his stepfather if he’d still been with bio-dad (assuming he knows who bio-dad is… his precocious behavior suggests no), or if stepfather hadn’t cared about Romeo’s poor behavior. Juliet would not have been able to play alley-cat if her father’s right to restrain her self-destructive behavior had been confirmed instead of denied. And her grandfather should have taken the exact same steps as Daddy. With apologies for disrespecting the dead, he should have seen this exact situation coming.

Because fatherhood was absent at every level, Romeo grew up to be a murdering rapist before his 18th birthday and Juliet was “freed” to ruin her family. Stepdad is pressing charges against his stepson, Grandpa is dead, his gun now circulating on the black market, and Mr. Appleton has legit motivation to never again cooperate with the criminal justice system.

The only winner is Child Protection Services for sacrificing two more father figures to Social Justice.


Book Review: Corporate Cancer By Vox Day

I’ve been waiting for Vox Day to write the third book in his SJWs Always hopefully-a-trilogy but it doesn’t appear to be in the works yet. Instead, he put out a book on Convergence in corporate America. Curious if this was the third book by a different title and recognizing it as a timely concept regardless, I picked it up.

The book opens with a recap of Disney’s Convergence of the Star Wars franchise… forevermore Star Whores to me… which is a solid way to appeal to the Baby Boomers and older Gen-Xers who are the generation calling the shots in most major corporations these days. It’s also a solid way to appeal to everyday people. (Nothing in this book will surprise the Red-Pilled.)

It proceeds to describe the levels of Convergence a company can suffer. It got shaky here. VD has an excellent track record of ideological taxonomy; his SMV rankings practically defined the Manosphere for years and his three rules of Social Justice are timeless; but here, his categorization of Convergence was little more than noticing that SJWs prefer to start with Human Resources and Marketing, positions that are hard to hold accountable for results.

He recovers by describing the costs that Convergence can inflict upon its host, for example how Gillette’s man-hating advertisements eventually resulted in an $8 billion write-off.

After that, the book diverges into detailed explorations of the Indiegogo lawsuit with Vox Day and the Patreon deplatforming of Owen Benjamin. Being a participant in the former, I found it more interesting than “normies” are likely to. Tl;DR VD hosted a successful comic book crowd-funding campaign on the Indiegogo website. The operators eventually caved to a Social Justice mob of a single Rolling Stone reporter, shut down the campaign and refunded the money… AFTER the campaign had finished!

VD assembled a “Legal Legion of Evil” and proceeded to lawfare against Indiegogo’s obvious misconduct.

The remainder of the book was an exploration of how to punitively legislate against Converged corporations and the importance of fighting back even with limited resources. While this advice on lawfare is valid for confidently Red-Pilled men, that’s the problem.

This book changed audiences.

The blurb on the book jacket, pictured above, promises how to cure Convergence within a corporation. By the end, however, the author advocated punitive litigation against such corporations. Who is this book being written for? Manangement-level normies waking up to the hair-dyed nutjobs infesting his payroll? Low-level employees getting burned by their employer? (Google’s James Damore is discussed in the book.) Or outside parties who’ve been sabotaged while doing business with the corporation?

Almost no advice on internally curing Convergence is actually given. Chapter 7, “Your Convergence Action Plan” is weighted so heavily towards people doing business with Converged companies that the only advice for actual employees of said companies is “don’t rock the boat until you jump ship”. No advice is given for management at all.

Advice for corporate managers exists, heck, here’s a few ideas off the top of my head:

  1. Document everything. The people who will falsely accuse you will lie about other stuff, too.
  2. Recognize that Codes of Conduct and related memoranda are weapons to punish thoughtcrime. Work to marginalize and defuse them; for example, if they’re already in place, by defining the various terms to be documentable and action-based, not verbal. No “I felt threatened” or “he raped me four years ago and I didn’t notice until today” accusations! This can be as simple as declaring that Code of Conduct violations, in your department, have a one-month statue of limitations.
  3. Minimize headcount in Human Resources. If one has no authority over HR then consider duplicating HR functions to marginalize their ability to monitor and interfere with your department.
  4. Hire white men who have not attended college/university as exclusively as you can. They have the least to gain from participating in Social Justice and are the least likely demographic to be radicalized.
  5. Why are you not a Christian? God created humanity to be male and female, which makes those SJW sex freaks living proof that humanity exists in a state of rebellion against Him.

Vox Day himself has better advice to give. I remember when Roosh V suffered an intercontinental SJW swarming back in 2015ish. He was at the breaking point. VD made contact with him, gave him support and advice and at the end, Roosh defeated the swarming by holding a press conference… him not being experienced at such… which successfully defanged the accusations against him.

That account should have been included in this book. Instead, we have Vox Day celebrating his first major lawfare scalp. I do not think that many corporate managers are willing to hire legal teams against the organization currently signing their paycheck. Those who are, are most likely the SJWs themselves. Normies want to keep the system working, not burn it down and punish it. And nobody needs to buy this book to know that if your current employer hates your stinking guts, then a job change might be a good idea.

By lacking both a target audience and its promised advice, the book becomes a collection of Red Pill stories and personal experiences. Useful enough in a historical sense, but as a way to cure the SJW cancer in your organization… without killing the patient in the process… it is a failure.


Postscript, Vox Day is very fortunate to work in book publishing, one of the most location-independent and low-barriers-to-entry industries in existence. While I accept the importance of a writer talking about what he knows, the simple truth is that very few men enjoy the luxury of, as VD puts it, “creating parallel institutions”. E-publishing your own book through any of a large number of platforms is one thing; building your own factory or operating your own commercial farm is quite another. Not to mention the hostility that Converged governments have begun showing to exactly such parallel institutions.

Not everybody is free to relocate at the drop of a hat. Not all work can be done as easily in Turkmenistan as Texas. Not every worker has ‘fuck-you money’. And not everybody is willing to abandon his extended family to maximize his economic potential in foreign lands.

Sometimes, escape is not an option and a man must stand his ground. I had hoped that this book was written specifically for that purpose, but alas. For a guy who is all “make the rubble bounce” this and “Deus Vult” that, Vox Day shows no tolerance for men who actually DO stand their ground against evil.


This Is Your Restaurant On Social Justice

There’s a landmark civil case building in New Jersey: can a transsexual employee be punished for tone-policing the customers?

Amanda Breaud: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

By Erin Laviola, 24 January 2020

Amanda Breaud is the former Applebee’s supervisor who is suing the restaurant chain on accusations of discrimination and retaliation. Breaud says that she was fired after asking a customer, who witnesses said had been making Islamophobic remarks at the bar, to leave the restaurant. The incident happened on May 13, 2019.

Breaud alleges in the lawsuit, filed in the Superior Court of New Jersey in January 2020, that the franchise location where the incident took place was a “hostile work environment where racism and bigotry were commonplace.” She claims that although other customers had reported feeling upset by the man’s comments, Breaud was still “berated” later by the store manager, who told her she had “no authority to tell customers at the bar to refrain from ‘discussing religion.’”

That’s the discrimination and retaliation bit. Breaud “discriminated and retaliated” against the customer, then was fired for chasing off a paying customer.

Applebee’s, meanwhile, insists that Breaud was fired for failing to show up for a scheduled shift. The franchise owner claims that Breaud’s termination was not connected to the confrontation at the bar.



[Breaud] told the chain’s area director that she “could no longer work” at the Middletown restaurant because of the hostile atmosphere there and asked to be transferred back to the Tinton Falls location, where she previously worked before being temporarily moved to Middletown, according to the suit.

That explains a lot.

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The other defendants named in the lawsuit include the Applebee’s franchisee, the general manager, a senior manager, and the bartender who was involved in the May 2019 incident.

This tells you her lawsuit isn’t about her getting fired. It’s revenge, pure and simple. Looks like Breaud’s brain is still wired for female.

Here’s what you need to know.

You need to know that she is a transsexual and therefore sexually perverted, if not full-blown headsick. If that is her best attempt at a smile then it’s no wonder her coworkers hated her.

1. Lawsuit: An Applebee’s Patron Was Describing Muslims As ‘Disgusting;’ Other Customers Complained to Amanda Breaud & Asked Her to Intervene

Ahh, the tide be turning.

Amanda Breaud explained in her lawsuit that on May 13, 2019, a customer sitting at the bar was attracting negative attention because of his comments. He was referred to in the filing as “Alex.”

“Alex” was reportedly heard saying that “Muslim people are disgusting,” that “most of them are terrorists,” and “if it were up to me, none of those motherf*ckers would be allowed in this country.” According to the Asbury Park Press, a news story about refugees was playing on television at the bar at the time.

She could probably have defused the situation simply by changing the channel on the TV.

Breaud said that another customer had complained to her about the man’s remarks, arguing that “such language and racist comments should not be tolerated” in a family restaurant. According to the lawsuit, the woman threatened to call the police on “Alex” if something was not done to make him stop. The woman added that the bartender was participating in the conversation and vocally agreeing with “Alex’s” statements.

It’s probable that a customer did complain about Alex because Breaud has a receipt with a thank-you scribbled on it. There’s no evidence presented for the existence of the other customers besides Breaud’s “the world agreed with me and declared me a hero” lawsuit allegations.

Breaud said that on her way over to confront “Alex,” families at two other tables “directly complained to Plaintiff about the offensive conversation and pleaded with her to do something to end it.”

Breaud says she quietly asked the man to leave.

Taking her actions at face value, that’s still not the way to handle this kind of situation. Why not simply state that other patrons have been complaining? If he persists in annoying other customers, THAT’s when you throw him out. Not for his beliefs; for being bad for your business.

The lawsuit alleges that “Alex became irate and yelled” but ultimately left the restaurant. Other customers praised Breaud for stepping in.

One customer left a note on a receipt that read, “To the Manager – Thank you for standing up to hate + Rascism. Thank you for your service.” The receipt was included in the lawsuit.

Breaud further explained in a letter to Applebee’s that an additional witness applauded and thanked her after “Alex” left and said, “I was just about to leave. I couldn’t listen to it anymore.”

Such tolerance in diversity! How fortunate Applebee’s is, to have Woke customers who are so accepting of other peoples’ ideas!

2. Amanda Breaud Says the General Manager Criticized Her Decision & That She Should Have Asked the Offended Customers to Move away From the Bar

Amanda Breaud says that she received hostile treatment from the rest of the Applebee’s team after asking “Alex” to leave the bar. She alleges in the civil lawsuit that the bartender continuously complained about her in front of customers and that Breaud’s actions “were costing her money in the form of lost tips from regular customers such as Alex.”

This wasn’t an isolated incident? For that matter, why was Breaud intruding on the bartender’s work area? Why didn’t she take the bartender aside for a work?

Breaud says that later that night, she received a phone call from the general manager of the restaurant. She says the manager “berated her” for asking the man to leave. According to the complaint, Breaud says the manager informed her that what she should have done instead was ask the other customers, who had complained that “Alex” was offensive, to move further away from him.

The manager’s solution is also legit. The other customers were at the same bar, watching the same network media? Modern politics is like that, ya diworse beaches. You don’t get the echo chamber that the Big Three enjoyed unchallenged for decades. We are here and we ain’t queer!

The manager allegedly told Breaud that she did not have the right to tell a customer that he could not talk about religion at Applebee’s. In the lawsuit, Breaud’s attorneys argued that this “was an obvious attempt to minimize and downplay Alex’s blatantly racist and openly discriminatory conduct and behavior.”

It was racist and discriminatory to be told NOT to tell customers to shut up about unapproved beliefs? And by the way, Islam-bashing isn’t a race issue, it’s a religion issue. Funny how the Elites don’t like the other R-word these days.

Breaud filed a report with Applebee’s Human Resources department that same day, describing what had happened and the reprimand she had received later that night from the manager. She claims that the company did not respond to her complaint and failed to investigate.

Appeal to amenable authority… FAILED? Interesting.

3. Breaud Says She Experienced Retaliation & Was Fired One Week After the Incident

Amanda Breaud alleges in her lawsuit that she faced severe retaliation from her coworkers following the incident with “Alex.” She says that she suffered from insomnia and anxiety attacks “due to the Defendants’ failure to protect her from retaliation or to maintain a safe, non-discriminatory work environment.”

Breaud requested a transfer. Before going to work at the Middletown location, she had worked at a franchise in Tinton Falls and requested that she be allowed to go back there. But her request was denied. Instead, a new schedule was submitted that would have required her to work three days a week at the Middletown restaurant.

According to the lawsuit, Breaud refused this arrangement. She says she was discussing other possible solutions with Applebee’s Area Director, Sam Halim, when she was suddenly fired from the franchise on May 20.

I’ve never understood suing over wrongful termination. “My boss hates my guts! My coworkers were toxic! Give me back my job with them!” They do it for settlement money, sure, but you can’t really put a cash value on work that you were going to do if life had happened differently. How many tips were you going to make four months from now? At which store location? Now subtract your estimated worker’s comp….

Breaud says her manager accused her of failing to show up for a scheduled shift. Breaud’s attorneys described this claim as a “false and retaliatory accusation.” She says that she had asked another coworker to cover the shift because she had to deal with a family issue.

Notifying the boss of that kind of thing prevents this kind of thing. She trusted the coworkers who hated her to go out of their way to accommodate her family issue? I just heard everybody reading this post roll their eyeballs at “she had to take time off for family issues”, plus several pillow-muffled screams of frustration from active-duty servicemen. And that’s just for cis-normative women.

In a letter to Applebee’s following her firing, Breaud explained again what had happened that day and about the general manager telling her she should have asked the other patrons to move.

She wrote in part, “The ‘coaching’ was alarming to me. Asking guests who are offended (rightfully so) by derogatory remarks, to get up and move; does not WOW them. Imagine if the guests had pulled out their cell phones and recorded me telling them if they were ‘so offended’ they could move. That is not the message I want to send my guests. I want them to feel safe and leave WOWed.”

Wow. But the tale of her emotional stability is only beginning!

4. Amanda Breaud Says Bigotry Was ‘Commonplace’ at the Middletown Restaurant & That It’s Not In Her Character to Allow Derogatory Remarks

Who’s discriminating now, bitch?

Amanda Breaud explained in the lawsuit that the incident on May 13, 2019, was part of a pattern of behavior at that Applebee’s location. She alleges that the senior manager, Troy Montanez, created a hostile environment and that bigoted and racist comments were “commonplace.” …

Breaud explained to NJ Advance Media that in regards to “Alex’s” alleged inflammatory remarks about Muslims, staying silent would not have been in her nature. “I didn’t want anybody to think that is something our company stands for, or I’ll ever allow.”

She further explained to the Asbury Park Press that the issue is personal for her. “I’m a gay woman and I’ve been at the bar before or out in public and had people say things about me. A lot of my life I wish that someone would have stood up for me. Now that I’m able to stand up for myself, I want to stand up for other people.”

I don’t think waitressing is a good fit for her. Maybe there’s a social-justice-for-bath-houses think tank with an unpaid internship she could lateral to. Or maybe, a nice hospital with flowers and butterflies and locks on the doors and nice men in white lab coats.

Her attorneys explained in a statement on their website, “As alleged in the complaint, the actions taken by Ms. Breaud should be celebrated, not punished. The retaliation experienced by our client has no place in a civilized society and Applebee’s must be held to account for its failure to oppose racism in its restaurants and for violating our client’s rights.”

Oops! The mask slipped!

Breaud and her attorneys are asking Applebee’s to reinstate her and provide her with back pay and benefits.

Yeah, see, I just don’t get that. If “Jersey Troy” Montanez didn’t like you before your lawsuit, Breaud, then he sure as hell ain’t gonna kiss your strap-on after it. Just get another job! It’s not as if Breaud is a white male Christian, prohibited by state & Federal law from being “over-represented” in the workplace.

The lawsuit also lists demands including compensatory and punitive damages, a request for the defendants to undergo anti-retaliation and anti-harassment training, and for the company to identify an “an appropriate professional” to investigate any future claims of harassment or discrimination.

Convergence is well along its way to being publicly acknowledged as the anti-moral monstrosity that it is… thanks in no small part to this kind of “I demand with the power of the State that you accept my beliefs as your own” litigation.


BBC Wonders Why Raising Female Status Causes Divorce

They should call themselves the BBD, British Broadcasters in Denial.

Why promoted women are more likely to divorce


By Maddy Savage, 22 January 2020

Having a successful and enjoyable career alongside a fulfilling romantic relationship is a life goal for many of us. But even in the most gender-equal countries, finding a partnership that lasts is trickier for high-flying women than men.

Problem: gender equality isn’t working. Solution: more gender equality. Because brute force is male privilege.

In Sweden, which ranks first in the EU’s gender equality index thanks to factors like generous parental leave, subsidised daycare and flexible working arrangements, economists recently studied how promotions to top jobs affected the probability of divorce for each gender. The result: women were much more likely to pay a higher personal price for their career success.

Headline: “Women are more pampered than ever in human history. Women hardest hit!”

“Promotion to a top job in politics increases the divorce rate of women but not for men, and women who become CEOs divorce faster than men who become CEOs,” summarises Johanna Rickne, a professor at Stockholm University and co-author of the research, which was published earlier this month in American Economic Journal.

The paper, which looked at the lives of heterosexual men and women working for private companies with 100 or more employees, found that married women were twice as likely to be divorced three years after their promotion to CEO level compared to their male counterparts. In the public sector, using three decades’ worth of records, women mayors and parliamentarians promoted after an election doubled their chances of splitting from their partners; 75% were still married eight years after the vote compared with 85% of those who didn’t get promoted, while there was no evidence of a similar effect for men. Female medical doctors, police officers and priests who progressed in their careers also followed the trend.

Those are all jobs in which women wield authority over men. Hmm.

The authors noted that while the majority of participants in the study had children, most had left home by the time their parents divorced, so the marriage stressors in the run-up to these separations were not connected to more generalised pressures of having small children.

Could it be… maybe… that women don’t feel love for the men they rule over?

You just know they’ll find a way to blame men for this. Never mind that they’re now the frigging CEO.

Rickne argues that although Sweden has provided the legislation and societal structures to create “the expectation that you shouldn’t need to choose between family and career”, the research reveals that what happens to families when women progress up the career ladder is often a different story.

Many couples experience “stress and friction” when there are changes in the division of their economic and social roles, for example due to the impact on the amount of leisure time they can spend together or how they divide up household tasks. But this, the research team argues, is often amplified when it is the woman who is promoted, because it creates more of a mismatch of expectations.

Just get a maid, Prime Minister Barbie! Why are you STILL arguing over household chores?

While Rickne’s research did not measure which party initiated divorce in each case, one theory is that the husbands of top managers who got promoted found the situation harder to deal with than wives who were married to high-performing men. She points out that the marriage market has not kept up with the labour market when it comes to gender equality, since it is “still seen as quite unusual for men to be the main supportive spouse in someone else’s career”.

Yep, it’s still the husband’s fault that “the unnamed party” blew up the marriage.

“I think this norm changing is pretty far off,” she adds. Her team’s research, she argues, might therefore act as a lesson about what lies ahead for other countries that are moving towards more egalitarian economies.

That’s the problem with marriage, isn’t it? If both parties are equal then nobody’s in charge. You can’t have a marriage without one spouse being the boss of the other… and per Rickne’s research, if the woman is boss then the marriage probably won’t last anyway.

That leaves only the solution that’s worked for thousands of years: getting rid of men entirely???

The benefits of divorce

Divorce isn’t always a bad thing. Molly Malm, a lawyer for Swedish law firm Lexly, points out that Sweden’s overall high divorce rate compared to the rest of the EU is linked to its gender equality goals. The high level of female participation in the workforce and a norm of shared custody of children following a split makes it easier for divorcees of all economic backgrounds to leave partnerships that aren’t working.

“Getting a divorce doesn’t always need to be the end of the world,” says Malm, who points out that is has become normalised in Scandinavia to get married multiple times or have several long-term partners across a lifetime. “Sweden is not very religious… You get married because it’s romantic and joyful, it goes hand in hand with a big celebration. If it doesn’t work out, you know that you can file for divorce.”

…One constructive consequence of high divorce rates, [Rickne] argues, is that it has become much easier for both men and women in Sweden to hold senior roles in business and politics without a partner.

“In other places… if you are on the campaign trail and you want to appeal to voters, you almost have to have a spouse by your side. The same thing might happen for CEOs – that their spouse becomes a necessary asset in their world of work, but in Sweden that’s not really the case,” says Rickne.

No more need to marry a creep and let him touch your body! You can go straight into the halls of power with no need to deceive the stubbornly traditional!

Scarily, that actually IS progress.

“Society has accepted divorce more, and it might be a positive thing,” she argues. “If women get into unequal relationships with a spouse that will not support their career, divorce lets them continue their careers alone and possibly look for a new partner… It’s not necessarily ideal to stay with the same person your whole life.”

“Dear John, I don’t need you anymore. You’re divorced. Signed, the woman who lied to you at the wedding altar. Don’t be selfish, now… let me have the kids.”

Couples who were closer in age and took a more egalitarian approach to childcare were less likely to divorce following a wife’s promotion. The paper calls for more research to explore the conditions that might encourage “women at the top of the ability distribution to expand their choice set of partners to ‘marry down’ and for men to do the opposite”.

Partial success already; there’s lots of men who are eager to wife up a higher-status, breadwinning woman. We call them male feminists and one should worry less about their divorce rate than their sexual perversion rate.

Positive examples

Charlotte Sundåker, 38, was promoted to interim CEO of a global education company in Stockholm two years after having her first child with her long-term partner Christian Hagman, who is 31. She believes his younger age played a positive role in their relationship surviving “lots of friction” after she got the job; there was “less pressure for him to be more successful” since he was in a different phase of his career.

“Global education company.” Fascinating how many of these feral women get employed to advance globalism.

Sundåker describes him as being “of another generation that tries to challenge the old ways of being a man”, which made him more supportive of her tough workload. But both partners argue that the core reason they remained together was frequent and honest conversations about the challenges they were facing.

“When she actually started, she was obviously consumed by it. That is the nature of being a CEO,” says Hagman. “I was a bit sad about not connecting with her on a daily basis from a relationship standpoint… But she saw me and she listened to me, and I did the same.”

Snip snip, eunuch.

The couple says that having a long-term perspective was also essential, with an understanding that Hagman would want to have his own more career-focused period in the future. He has since started his own design consultancy, while Sundåker now runs her own business and heads up Ownershift, a Swedish think tank designed to empower more women to do the same.

Even her disposable emotional tampon of a husband “life partner” at least makes his living by making stuff. Barbie’s career is teaching children and female empowerment. Maybe one day, she’ll be empowered enough to break the stereotype of women being unable to code.

I can’t confirm that this is the correct Hagman but the age is right and Linkedin says he’s a product design guy… consistent with this article’s description of him.

Charlotte was easier to find. Manjaw, prematurely baggy eyelids, flat chest, all standard feminist. At least this one hasn’t cut her hair yet. Interesting that her eyelids are different types; not just a case of guardedness. She’s hooded (defensive) about her personal life while social (upper eyelid showing) but possibly deceptive (flat lower eyelid) about her professional life.

Divorced CEO Charlotte Ljung believes that increased awareness of the common challenges faced by couples after women are promoted into more senior jobs could also improve the chances of relationship survival, even for those who start off in more gender-traditional roles.

Barbie, if you actually raised your awareness of dominant female divorce rate issues then you’d realize that those gender-traditional marriages are the successful marriages. Those wives raise their own kids and gossip over the back fence, while you raise other womens’ kids and gossip about status in male-taxpayer-funded, Socialist-government-operated think tanks.

The only difference between traditional wifely behavior and Current Year wifely behavior is rebellion against male authority.


I Am Pleased to Be Wrong About Richmond

Despite my recent post predicting that the gun rights rally on Monday in Richmond, VA would be a second Charlottesville, the event proceeded entirely without violence. One thing about pessimism is you can be happy when you’re were wrong.

Of course, that leaves the question of where I went wrong. A review discovered three factors I hadn’t taken into account.

1. The Cops Marched, Too

Charlottesville would have been much different had Dwayne Dixon pointed his rifle at a uniformed deputy than Mr. Fields.

2. Antifa Hasn’t Forgiven “Blackface” Northam

This came out of nowhere for me.

Even Virginia’s Antifa Groups Oppose Northam and Democrats’ Gun Control Push

Even Virginia’s Antifa Groups Oppose Northam and Democrats’ Gun Control Push

By Sigiloso, 28 December 2019

Virginia Democrats and Governor Ralph Northam may have opened an even bigger can of worms than they intended with their rhetoric about enforcing proposed new gun control laws they pass. Over 90% of the state’s counties have signaled their #resistance by declaring themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries, most of which vowing not to enforce any new limits on gun rights enacted when Democrats take control of the legislature in January.

Recently, these flyers have been popping up around the Old Dominion . . .

TROLL 15/10!!! They blew the fuse on this one! What a perfect way to sow dissent among the Left!

Apparently one was tacked up in an area where an Antifa group noticed it. They posted this on their Facebook page:


One of their allies in the Tidewater area also shared, appealing to the authority of none other than Karl Marx in their view that the people shall not be disarmed.

With Antifa lining up against Governor Northam and Virginia’s anti-gun Democrats over gun control, the law-abiding members of the VCDL and the Second Amendment sanctuary movement are the least of their problems.

Richmond was safe because Richmond got epic-level trolled!

3. Intentionally Or Not, the Pro-Gun Face Was Not White Male

NARRATIVE FAIL: Minorities, LGBT Community, Women Show Up In Force At Pro-Gun Rally


Isn’t she adorable?

The media tried to claim that the event was going to be attended by angry white conservative men and that violence was likely to break out, neither of which materialized.

Members of the LGBT community, Democrats, and gay rights supporters attended the event, declaring that “Gun Rights Are Gay Rights.”

Other videos on social media showed black Americans expressing anger at the media for lying about the event and for hoping that bad things would have happened at the rally so they could push an agenda.

They were ready for Angry White Men but not Angry Black Men. Guess what, Governor Blackface, the real Negroes are marching off your plantation and IN YOUR FACE!

Even NBC News was forced to admit that the rally was peaceful and that law-abiding gun owners acted lawfully and peacefully in a piece titled: “At tense Virginia rally, demonstrators reject extremists, defend law-abiding gun owners.”

NBC News’ report comes after a leftist NBC News reporter [Ben Collins] falsely smeared gun owners ahead of the event by attempting to frame the narrative by claiming that the event was a “white nationalist rally.”

The reporter was later forced to delete his tweet after facing widespread backlash on Twitter.

Ohmigawd, the Left declared a war and nobody showed up!

Note to self: next time, check if Antifa actually wants to be violent… what did I just write?!?

God, it feels good to be wrong. Feels… funny!


MGTOW Life: Roosh V’s Curious Self-Evaluation

He penned an article reflecting on his misspent life. I draw different conclusions based upon the self-evaluation… the influence of Cultural Christianity.

8 Personal Defects That Allowed Me To Worship Fornication For 18 Years

8 Personal Defects That Allowed Me To Worship Fornication For 18 Years

20 January 2020

Last year I released a new edition of The Best Of Roosh: Volume 1, a compilation of 87 articles I published between 2006 and 2013, during the stretch of time I was most committed to a lifestyle of fornication. While re-editing these articles in 2019, I noticed eight blindspots, flaws, and rationalizations that allowed me to perform behaviors that were causing me great self-harm. Here they are…

1. I was frustrated and full of angst

I’m struck by how angry I was, not only at women but also at “beta males” for valuing women beyond the sexual. Where did this anger come from? Why was I was so mean during the time I was extracting the most from the world (in terms of sex and novelty)?

They deserve to be hated for their endless, society-destroying pandering that God names Original Sin. Better to visit a whore than give your daughter a STEM education!

But Roosh doesn’t talk like that was HIS motivation:

First, I was projecting anger outwardly as a way to relieve the guilt and meaningless of casual sex. I was participating in exceedingly shallow behavior that had no moral justification, so my attacks against others were a way to relieve my own condemnation. The more shallow my actions, the more I had to step up my attacks against those around me.

Second, I simply wasn’t receiving joy from my efforts, regardless of the quantity or quality of women I was sleeping with. My ego was being rewarded, and I was also earning money from the sex guides I was writing, which allowed me to continue funding my worldwide fornication efforts, but none of it was leading to contentment. It was not even leading to short-term contentment because I was adapting to casual sex as time went on. The first time you try coffee, you feel a noticeable energy boost, but if you drink coffee daily, you long ago stopped feeling the kick, and instead drink it to avoid a negative (fatigue). I was engaging in casual sex simply to avoid a negative, of feeling like a “loser” or experiencing pleasure withdrawal, instead of gaining a positive.

A standard description of addictive behavior, with the twist that Roosh was able to monetize it into a self-supporting behavior. I wonder, however, why he connects his anger at other men to the globo-pimp lifestyle. Perhaps the picture will clear as we continue reading.

2. I wanted more than my fair share

When someone is born, God ensures that they receive as much food, shelter, and material comfort as necessary for their salvation, as long as they follow His rules.

No. That was the Old Testament. It is not Christ’s deal.

I didn’t know about His rules nor did I care to find out. Instead, I wanted to throw away the generous plate of food set before me at the dinner table for the plates of other men. I wanted their notch counts and caliber of women, their travel experiences, their fame, and their passive internet income, and then when I got all of that, I thought I would be able to see myself as a superior man, when in actuality my “gains” were losses. When I did make it in the material sense, I saw myself as some kind of lion, the king of the jungle, when I was just one of numerous hyena chewing on a leftover corpse.

I was also extractive. I wanted to remove value from the world at the same time I attacked others for being extractive themselves. I would try to use a woman’s body for sex and then whine like a baby if she used me for a $10 cocktail. I would erupt in anger if a woman dared to have a 30-minute conversation with me when she didn’t have any intention of giving sex. I now sit at the dinner table and bless the food that is intended for me. I do not look at what is on the plates of other men.

These two paragraphs were what got me thinking. Why is Roosh beating himself up? Of course a Godless man wants what he wants, without regard to quaint notions of arbitrary morality. It’s not something to regret, really; an honest atheist is much better than a hypocritical believer. It’s something to grow out of as we learn better.

Now that he’s Christian and regarding that life as immoral, good, that’s progress. But there’s also a false guilt of having “taken too much”. Greed isn’t an absolute vice. I’ve met righteous billionaires and parasite hobos, and a couple guys who go from rags to riches and back again repeatedly. And let’s not forget, his every single conquest had been a willing participant.

Fornicating with one woman isn’t categorically more or less greedy than fornicating with a thousand. Christ teaches that sin is of the heart, not of the action.

3. I made a false idol out of the vagina

The vagina was my god. I uprooted myself from my family, traveled around the world, and shaped my inner being to access as much of it as I could, all to feel its pleasure and validation. I am embarrassed to admit how many thousands of hours I wasted pursuing the female flesh, with barely any consideration of the human attached to it. One only needs to look at a listing of the books I unpublished to see how heavily I worshipped the vagina.

I sense the pattern of his new ideology in the boldfaced passage and cannot see it as a purely Christian perspective. There is nothing wrong with a man leaving family behind to accomplish what he wishes in life. Does Roosh see his fornicating past as bad because it was immoral, unhealthy conduct, or because he wasn’t being loyal to his roots?

Ironically, I thought I was a master of the vagina. Through my game, I believed that I was a modern hypnotist, a keymaster of the flesh. Instead, I was its slave. I toiled ceaselessly for a few minutes of genital rubbing, and since that was hardly commensurate to the effort I was expending, I became a fornication guru to sweeten the deal. All that wasted time, lost forever.

Not wasted time if it led him to God. It’s a poor, sheltered, untested man who lives with no regrets. God values our character, not our accomplishments. What does Roosh wish he had spent his time on instead?

I would receive a lot of comments during this time that said I was a “pussy beggar” or “desperate.” While many of these comments were uttered in ill will, there was some truth to them. I didn’t beg with my hand out, but I begged through my dedication of time and mental energy.

Not the same thing. I dedicate my time and energy to all sorts of things, some profitable and some intentionally not. It’s okay to have obsessions and strange interests. It’s part of healthy manhood, frankly, to enjoy something odd without giving a damn for the approval of others.

4. I thought fornication was “evolutionary”

No matter how immoral your behavior is, you still need to find a justification so you can look at the mirror and see yourself as a “good” person. Therefore, you must lie to yourself. I rationalized that my grotesque behavior was actually evolutionary because I intended to spread my seed far and wide and impregnate countless women. There was only one problem with that justification: I wasn’t impregnating any women.

Nothing to learn here. We are in agreement that the main purpose of evolution is to excuse immorality.

5. I thought fornication was the end-all-be-all of male existence

Whatever you lacked in boyhood or early adolescence will become your idol later in life. If you grew up poor, you go on to cherish money. If you were a late bloomer like me who received practically no sexual attention as a teenager, you go on to cherish sex. In my case, I thought there could be no higher achievement or experience than sex, and that it was an even greater good than love. Once I clearly felt the downsides from my pursuit of sex, and it took my entire adult life for that to happen, the spell was lifted and I came to see sex with a woman I didn’t care for as a step below masturbation because of the drama it inevitably caused.

So that’s what Roosh wishes he had spent his time on instead, healthy masculinity. But he didn’t know at the time what healthy masculinity was… and frankly, masculine abstinence would not have been rewarding.

It turns out that pursuing sex so vigorously was actually the source of my problems instead of the solution. My anger, frustration, malaise, and existential dread bloomed from my sexual activities. Those problems are now almost entirely gone. It tends to be the case that the behavior we think will solve our problems actually creates more problems.

If this was true then why not correct it at the time? Why not sit down and think “this isn’t fun anymore. What else do I want to do”?

Perhaps I’m searching too hard. Some people are natural-born followers who don’t handle independent living well. Nothing wrong with that except, as we see here, a man has got to be the leader of his own life. No substitute authorities.

Living for family instead of hedonism is not a guaranteed escape from idolatry. Rather the opposite, consider the abuse of “for the children!” thinking.

6. I thought I was right

I was so sure of my conclusions. There was little doubt that fornication was the correct path, and anyone who disagreed with me was either jealous, sleeping with ugly girls, or deeply misguided. People who said that my behavior was immoral or sinful wished that they could sleep with European babes like me. The men who were stuck in their boring hometowns were not strong enough to uproot themselves, travel the world, and learn foreign languages like me.

Of course he believed in what he was doing. Same as now. That’s normal.

What isn’t normal, or at least not healthy, is wishing for stasis. An absence of troubles. Roosh was a globetrotter who regretted not staying “rooted” but many’s the man who lived in his boring hometown hating himself for lacking the courage to risk.

Roosh’s self-detected defects are beginning to sound like “I deviated from my elders’ prescribed life path”. Which is not Christianity.

How could I have been so certain of behaviors that I now see as wrong? Because I ignored the teachings of holy men before me, I ignored my conscience, and I believed the lies and deceptions that entered my mind.

Per his self-reported history, and I cannot claim to be an authority here, the doubts came when he came to terms with the death of a close friend. Again, a typical moment of reckoning. It’s always one thing to be a materialist when you’re at the top of the world in good health and another to face the Grim Reaper in a failing shell of mere flesh.

I have trouble with such reckoning. I follow Christ because I believe He is correct, not because He gives my life meaning. Christianity has brought me little meaning, family or comfort and neither did I ever expect it to. Instead, I take the view that life’s purpose is to become who I want to be for eternity, now that I’m freed from existential worries and behavioral quotas. Over the years, I’ve had to make peace with the fact that this attitude qualifies me as a freak.

That may be why I have trouble with men coming to God for emotional reasons rather than rational reasons. On one hand, they’re no less a believer than I am. Nobody gains Heaven because they’re smart. On the other hand, they come to God expecting to gain something from Him–recall Roosh’s words about God giving everybody their fair share–and methinks that will be a recipe for disappointment in the coming years.

I think it is also part of how Churchians can tolerate crimes against God, from ignorance of Scripture to tolerating open Sodomy. None of those crimes endanger what the Churchian hopes to gain from his practice of religion… friends and childcare, often as not.

The fact that I was so wrong, when I was certain I was right, has made it impossible to trust myself today. If the behavior I’m about to embark on does not glorify God, either directly or indirectly, or is not clearly His will, there’s a chance it’s part of Satan’s plan to corrupt me and those around me.

Roosh, not trusting yourself is how you ended up where you did. You still refuse to take charge of your own life. Back then, it took the shape of youthful temptations; today, it’s taking the shape of a sheltered life of guaranteed returns.

The MGTOW life is an intentional life. What do you want? Do it. Who do you want to be? Become it. The atheist Roosh should not let the quest for pussy make him miserable and the Christian Roosh should not entrust his salvation to a third party.

Not that Roosh ever claimed to follow the MGTOW path. It is curious how different we are. Roosh doesn’t trust his own judgment despite having lived by it for 18 years whereas I hold the beliefs I do in open defiance of every priest I’ve ever met and nearly every priest I’ve ever heard of.

7. I thought that things in the physical world could make me happy

I believed that I could be a happier person from accumulating material. More sex, more money, more fame, and more status would elevate my base level of happiness, but that didn’t happen. Because my lifestyle was the disease, the opposite occurred. More bangs meant more feelings of meaninglessness. More money meant more anxiety from losing it, or anxiety from not using it in a way that increased my stature. More fame and status meant more fear of losing my level of popularity, attention, or worldly respect.

If worldly success isn’t fun then you’re doing it wrong. Ecclesiastes 2:9-11 “Then I became great and increased more than all who preceded me in Jerusalem. My wisdom also stood by me. All that my eyes desired I did not refuse them. I did not withhold my heart from any pleasure, for my heart was pleased because of all my labor and this was my reward for all my labor. Thus I considered all my activities which my hands had done and the labor which I had exerted, and behold all was vanity and striving after wind and there was no profit under the sun.”

There is a pattern here of Roosh regretting not only his past sin, but the general life he lived. There’s no theological cause for the latter which suggests an ulterior motive. Here, I have the answer presupplied in his joining Orthodoxy, the ethno-nationalist branch of Christianity.

I think Roosh’s actual self-evaluation is that he found himself emotionally isolated and returned to the religion of his homeland. That’s okay as far as it goes, but me being emotionally isolated despite loyalty to God, I know that “coming home to Christ” in expectation of mortal benefit is the foxhole religion of Current Year.

It happens a lot in Protestant circles, Prots switching to the “true Christianity” of RCC or Orthodoxy about the time they get married with kids. I have trouble believing it’s an honest epiphany rather than Benedict Option life-boating.

Well, they haven’t abandoned God. But one wonders what will happen when it’s time to cut and run again.

I can’t stress how every attempt to solve a life problem had the opposite intended effect, and from all that materialistic chasing, the only two things that have made life worth living in the present is the love of my family and my relationship with God. Anything else I’ve pursued was an empty distraction.

It is good that you’ve come this far, Roosh, but you will need to pick one. Ours is a jealous God.

Partial confirmation of Cultural Christianity:

8. I listened to African-American music to help me get in the sex mood

In my older writing, I used a lot of slang that is more commonly used in urban America. I had listened to hip hop music and came to believe in the message that sex and money were the most logical goals for a man to pursue. In fact, to get me pumped up for a night of pursuing fornication, I would listen to hip hop songs…

I sling a little ghetto myself when the mood is right and know enough Valley Girl to have been hanged in the Old World for opposing the King’s English had they understood a word of it. Behold Eighties Daddy Issues!

Her real name is, indeed, Moon Unit Zappa. It was actually a pre-Internet trolling of California culture but I digress.

Culture does not lead to righteousness, else yours truly, a child of Los Totally Not Angeles would not be a Christian. It can make righteousness easier, certainly, but it’s just as true that living in the darkness makes the light shine brighter. Commiefornia has already reached the point at which people might pass out upon hearing the Word of God.

I know Roosh is a real Christian because he’s repentant. He burned the trash he once peddled and cleaned up his social media. That’s solid. But whatever he eventually moves on to, I hope it is something he wants and not something a human authority told him to want.

Human authorities are not to be blindly trusted.


Harvard Law Demands the Death Of the Constitution

To them, the Constitution is nothing but an obsolete roadblock to Progress, to be done away with By Any Means Necessary. Old News, but their admitting it publicly is New News.

Pack the Union: A Proposal to Admit New States for the Purpose of Amending the Constitution to Ensure Equal Representation

Pack the Union: A Proposal to Admit New States for the Purpose of Amending the Constitution to Ensure Equal Representation

10 January 2020

For most of the twenty-first century, the world’s oldest surviving democracy has been led by a chief executive who received fewer votes than his opponent in an election for the position. The first of these executives started a war based on false pretenses that killed hundreds of thousands of civilians. The second — a serial abuser of women who hired as his campaign manager a lobbyist for violent dictatorships — authorized an immigration policy that forcibly separated migrant children from their families and indefinitely detained them in facilities described as “concentration camps.”

A promising start… torpedoing any possibility of credulous idiots to believe this is a legit work of jurisprudence. I especially like how this partisan hack STILL can’t accuse Trump of doing bad himself despite having finally been impeached of… um… something something about Hunter Biden selling American influence to foreign nations. Although I shouldn’t underestimate credulous idiots. They cling to their guns but not their children.

Democracy, as they say, is messy.

USA is not a democracy and never was intended to be. USA’s enemies declared it to be a democracy and today, are horrified to discover that the Founders “screwed up”.

But even when democracy is messy, a society’s commitment to the endeavor rests on the belief that giving power to the people is appropriate and fair. Recent events have highlighted some of the ways in which federal elections in the United States are profoundly undemocratic and, thus, profoundly unfair.

False equation of democracy with fairness. Democracy is two wolves and a sheep voting on lunch.

The Electoral College — when it contravenes the popular vote — is an obvious example of this unfairness. But it is just one of the mathematically undemocratic features in the Constitution. Equal representation of states in the Senate, for example, gives citizens of low-population states undue influence in Congress. Conversely, American citizens residing in U.S. territories have no meaningful representation in Congress or the Electoral College.

The main reason for this article is explaining why the American federal government is set up the way it is. Lots of people don’t understand the concept of the Electoral College. The answer is simple and Christian: people are easily manipulated sheep. God knew it, America’s Founders knew it and even Tommy Lee Jones knew it in “Men In Black”:

Thus, the idea of parceling out voting by area and not headcount. It prevents mob psychology from being the deciding factor in elections.

If we truly hold to be self-evident that all are created equal…

That is not what the Declaration says. It says that all MEN are created equal… not that men are equal to women… and men are equal in the sense that we are peers of each other, meaning no royalty, not in the sense that a lazy moron’s vote should be counted equal to a hardworking taxpayer’s.

That, folks, is why Socialists love democracy. It’s easy to stay in power when you buy votes with tax revenue. In other words, when you feed the parasites the bread of producers.

One notices that the author didn’t go on to mention that human rights are derived from our Creator.

..then it is time to amend the Constitution to ensure that all votes are treated equally. Just as it was unfair to exclude women and minorities from the franchise, so too is it unfair to weight votes differently. The 600,000 residents of Wyoming and the 40,000,000 residents of California should not be represented by the same number of senators.

This isn’t about fixing the Constitution. This is about destroying the Constitution wholesale.

When it was written, the populous states wanted to leverage their population to control the Federal government. The less populous states, understandably, refused to agree to that. The solution was the two houses of Congress which cannot act independently.

Senators weren’t even supposed to be elected in the first place. They were appointed directly by the state government, as representatives of the state government. The House represented the people.

Harvard Law wants to destroy the Senate entirely so that Wyoming will be ruled by California with no representation in the government.

Nor should some citizens get to vote for President, while others do not. Any rationalization of the status quo must adopt the famous Orwellian farce: “All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others.”

Equality is a lie that the Founders never taught. We are not equal, Harvard Lawyer. You, an enemy of the America system of government, are unfit to be allowed a vote. No wonder you want to extend voting privileges to convicted felons, when you are a pre-convicted felon yourself!

These observations are not new, and they were noted well before the Constitution was ratified. During the Constitutional Convention, delegates from small states refused to accept a system of representation by population. Likewise today, the faction that benefits from the unfair allocation of power has no interest in changing it. Article V of the Constitution requires supermajorities to amend the Constitution, so pragmatists [America-hating Socialists] have been reduced to advocating meager solutions: perhaps Congress could admit Washington, D.C., as a state; maybe Puerto Rico too, if we’re really feeling ambitious.

While a step in the right direction, these proposals are inadequate. To create a system where every vote counts equally, the Constitution must be amended. To do this, Congress should pass legislation reducing the size of Washington, D.C., to an area encompassing only a few core federal buildings and then admit the rest of the District’s 127 neighborhoods as states. These states — which could be added with a simple congressional majority — would add enough votes in Congress to ratify four amendments: (1) a transfer of the Senate’s power to a body that represents citizens equally; (2) an expansion of the House so that all citizens are represented in equal-sized districts; (3) a replacement of the Electoral College with a popular vote; and (4) a modification of the Constitution’s amendment process that would ensure future amendments are ratified by states representing most Americans.

This is blatant insurrection against our legitimate government.

It’s also a great idea. We should divide Wyoming into 40,000 states so that California becomes voiceless in the Senate! It’s what Harvard calls democracy!

Radical as this proposal may sound, it is no more radical than a nominally democratic system of government that gives citizens widely disproportionate voting power depending on where they live. The people should not tolerate a system that is manifestly unfair; they should instead fight fire with fire, and use the unfair provisions of the Constitution to create a better system.

I weep with frustration, that monsters such as this author can be bred in broad daylight with no fear of justice.

Gunning Bedford, a delegate from Delaware, warned that if representation were based on population, large states might “crush the small ones” in Congress. But as James Madison noted, that risk is minimal, because large states do not inherently have anything in common that would bring them together for such purposes. The only issue that would reliably divide small and large states is the very question of how to allocate power among them.

James Madison made that comment in the context of a Federal government limited to its original purpose of international relations and a couple infrastructure purposes, for example a common currency. His opinion is obviously no longer relevant.

Note that there’s no reason for such a limited government to represent every specific individual person in the nation.

Luther Martin, of Maryland, also argued that because the federal government was a confederation of equally “sovereign and free” states, each should be considered an equal contracting party. But again, this view is not especially compelling. As Pennsylvania delegate James Wilson wryly inquired: “Can we forget for whom we are forming a government? Is it for men, or for the imaginary beings called states?”

The Federal government was for the states, which were not imaginary beings. Anybody who thinks the state is imaginary will be surprised when he defies it.

States do not have interests independent of the people who live in them, so equal numbers of people ought to be entitled to an equal number of representatives.

THAT IS SUCH A LIE! Hello, Deep State!

Moreover, while it was at least plausible at the time to argue that the federal government was a creature of sovereign states, today the federal government is intimately involved with individual lives in a way that would have been unimaginable to those in the Founding era. If the federal government can levy personal income taxes, change the definition of marriage, and penalize the failure to purchase health insurance, shouldn’t the people whose lives depend on those decisions be entitled to equal representation?

No, the Federal government should be arrested and imprisoned for disobedience to the restrictions placed upon its power.

U.S. Territories. — The problem of unequal representation is especially severe for citizens of U.S. territories. Such citizens pay payroll taxes but, with few exceptions, are not eligible for Supplemental Security Income. Nor are the territories reimbursed for Medicaid at the same rate as states.

They also serve in the military at higher rates than the national average, and yet, per capita healthcare spending on veterans in the territories is much lower than the national average.

Here, he complains that US Territories aren’t sufficiently parasitic. This is a problem for him because democracy won’t help him if he doesn’t create as many parasites as possible.

4. The President. — The practical effects of an Electoral College that contravenes the will of the people are perhaps self-evident but still worth mentioning. Whereas in the early republic, the President had more modest duties, the modern presidency has transformed into the most powerful office in the world.

Presidents have the power to shape history for better or worse. It makes little sense to allow an antiquated, unfair system of representation — a system that does not work as intended.

The system IS working EXACTLY as intended, hence this author’s frustration with the system. The author even gives a helpful example:

For most of American history, it was relatively rare for a bill to pass the Senate without support from senators representing the majority of Americans. Most votes passed with around two-thirds of the Senate in favor, with those senators representing two-thirds of the population. While this extraordinary arrangement may not be permanent, with the Republican party relying on white, rural voters — typical residents in many of the smallest-population states — it is likely to repeat with increasing frequency.

This situation is happening because the Socialists have succeeded in turning major population centers in parasite mounds of paid voters. The Senate is preventing the strong from ruling over the weak… exactly the reason it was originally designed.

Considered in isolation, unequal methods of representation may not seem like a problem. The Senate alone has very little authority. It cannot pass legislation without the House, and it cannot confirm appointments unless the President has made one. A somewhat unfair element of government seems tolerable when it is just one part of a grand scheme. But as shown previously, the problem of unequal representation is embedded in each part of the government. Neither the House, the Senate, the presidency, nor the Supreme Court is accountable to the citizenry on a one-person, one-vote basis.


An appeal to the Framers’ vision glosses over the fact that most of these institutions are operating in a manner that the Framers never would have imagined. It also glosses over the reality that for all their political wisdom, the Framers — many of whom held human beings as slaves…

Says the guy whose concept of democracy depends upon voters financially dependent upon the State for survival.

…had views about voting rights that are fundamentally incompatible with modern democracy. Just because something is in the Constitution doesn’t mean it can’t, or shouldn’t, be reevaluated.

What Harvard Law wants is not what the Founders wanted America to be, nor is it the American tradition developed over two centuries… although to his credit, he did note the illegalities of the Civil War Reconstruction Amendments (as an example to be followed).

This paper’s author and the university that supports it are literal Enemies Of the State.


Judgment Day For Virginia Is Monday

Virginia’s Cuckservatives have not learned the lessons of Charlottesville. Thus, they will be holding a PRE-PLANNED gun rights rally in a DEMOCRAT STRONGHOLD on Monday Jan. 20 to protest firearm restrictions… and in doing so, are poised to give the gun-banners every excuse they could possibly hope for.

Virginia: Important Statement about VCDL Capital Lobby Day, Jan 20th 2020

Virginia: Important Statement about VCDL Capital Lobby Day, Jan 20th 2020

Virginia – -(AmmoLand.com)- Monday, January 20, is Virginia Citizens Defense League’s Lobby Day. It is not VCDL’s Protest Day.

There is a distinct difference between the two.

No. They’re both useless wastes of time, resources and goodwill.

Lobby Day is about, well, lobbying – sending a message to the General Assembly and to the Governor, Attorney General, and the Lt. Governor. That message is simple: no more gun control that in any way, shape, or form negatively affects law-abiding gun owners. Bills that go after criminals or bills that are beneficial to gun owners are fine.

And Northam will enact gun control anyway. Methinks your “lobbying” is less about results than excuses. You “heroic, law-abiding Americans” won’t do anything to remove your evil governor. Not even a recall petition.

While there have been some verbal threats by the Democrat leadership to push major gun control down the throats of Virginia’s gun owners and some very bad bills already filed to back up that threat, NOTHING has happened yet and won’t until after January 8th 2020. And perhaps it won’t happen at all if we press hard enough.

You gun owners are gutless, lying cowards.

The second amendment sanctuary movement, with its absolutely massive turnouts of gun owners, is sending a deafening message to lawmakers ahead of Lobby Day. On top of that, we now believe the size of the crowd on Lobby Day could be absolutely incredible, possibly historic if gun owners from around the state follow through and attend as we believe they will. You will absolutely want to be a part of this!

Be a part of a giant mob that will be easily and inevitably infiltrated by Antifa types looking to murder Trump supporters while posing as Trump supporters? That the Governor is ALREADY changing the city’s laws to prepare for? AND that the FBI is priming for a Narrative Event? (more in a moment)

Fuck that noise. STAY AWAY!


Various militia groups from Virginia and nearby states have graciously volunteered to provide security. With a large Capitol, Richmond, and State police presence, not to mention enough citizens armed with handguns to take over a modern mid-sized country, we have the security base covered nicely. That said, we welcome our militia brothers and sisters to be part of making the day a success! Some militia groups are looking to take canned food donations during Lobby Day and deliver them to a Richmond Food Bank. Please contribute.

If you have the manpower to storm the capitol and take back your government then why haven’t you already? Do you think some peaceful chanting will show the Globalists the error of their ways? It won’t because it didn’t.

Long Guns

If you are asking how you can help with VCDL’s mission, carrying long guns at Lobby Day is not helpful – it is a distraction. Virginia Citizens Defense League’s important messages inevitably get lost as the press rushes to get pictures of anyone carrying an AR or AK. The stories then become about the rifle, not Virginia Citizens Defense League’s agenda. You can set your watch by it. Long guns are not easy to carry in a crowd, either. VCDL needs its voice heard loud and clear in order to able to stop the onslaught of gun-control bills.

Fools! You EVEN KNOW how the Left is going to frame you!

Virginia Citizens Defense League Lobby Day is a peaceful event about gun rights and NOTHING ELSE
We are NOT there to have arguments with the other side. They lobby, we lobby, and never the two shall meet. Just ignore them.

And we are not there to push any other agenda. Our total focus is on protecting our right to keep and bear arms. Period. This is not about flags, statues, history, etc. Just guns.

I cannot believe how naive these people are.

If you somehow find yourself being harassed by the other side, don’t engage them. They could well be baiting you and recording what you do for propaganda purposes. If necessary, go find a police officer and let them take care of the person causing the disturbance. Otherwise, just ignore them and go about your business.

Shut it down, Ammoland. Just shut it down. It can’t do any good and is giving the Enemy a prime stage from which to strike at you. To wit:

Illegal Alien from Canada Allegedly Planned Attack at Virginia Gun Rally


By Katherine Rodriguez, 14 January 2020

Three men who reportedly have ties to a neo-Nazi group and had allegedly discussed attacking a Virginia gun rally next week were arrested and charged with breaking federal gun and immigration laws on Thursday.

Did the FBI nab them in the nick of time, or was the FBI sitting on the perps for a politically convenient moment? You get one guess.

Of those arrested, one of the detained was Patrik Mathews, a former reservist in the Canadian Army who U.S. officials say entered the country illegally after Canada kicked him out of the service over his suspected ties to white supremacist groups, ABC News reported.

Canada being what it is these days, I’m surprised they even let Aryan McCracker join up:

The CBC reported that while in the force, Mathews worked as a combat engineer and had basic explosives training while serving with the Winnipeg-based 38 Canadian Brigade.

The other two arrested were American citizens — Brian Mark Lemley and William Garfield Bilbrough IV — but what the three of them had in common is that they all had suspected ties to the white supremacist group The Base, according to a federal criminal complaint filed in Maryland District Court.

Prosecutors say Mathews entered the U.S. illegally in August 2019 and was sheltered by Lemley and Bilbrough while they lived in Maryland until they moved to Delaware in November that same year.

Did you guess right?

So, Mathews probably didn’t enter USA for this specific event. He probably entered USA to look for work. Being a suspected “hater” in Canada is probably as bad as being a registered sex offender in America.

“Within The Base’s encrypted chat rooms, members have discussed, among other things, recruitment, creating a white ethno-state, committing acts of violence against minority communities, the organization’s military-style training camps, and ways to make improvised explosive devices,” the complaint stated.

The FBI arrested the three men under suspicion that they were planning to travel to the rally to begin “a possible race war,” the New York Times reported.

As. Reported. By. The. New. York. Times. Let’s see if that criminal complaint actually does state that they were planning a race war.


Greenbelt, Maryland – A federal criminal complaint has been filed charging three alleged members of the racially motivated violent extremist group “The Base” with firearms and alien-related charges. The complaint charges Brian Mark Lemley, Jr., age 33, of Elkton, Maryland, and Newark, Delaware, and William Garfield Bilbrough IV, age 19, of Denton, Maryland, with transporting and harboring aliens and conspiring to do so. Lemley is also charged with transporting a machine gun and disposing of a firearm and ammunition to an alien unlawfully present in the United States. Further, the complaint charges Lemley and Canadian national Patrik Jordan Mathews, age 27, currently of Newark, Delaware, with transporting a firearm and ammunition with intent to commit a felony. The complaint also charges Mathews with being an alien in possession of a firearm and ammunition. The complaint was filed January 14, 2020, and was unsealed today upon their arrests by the FBI.

Nope, no charges for conspiracy of mass murder or anything such. Looks like the New York Times lied. I’m fine with prosecuting an illegal immigrant but notice it’s the FBI doing it today, not ICE. Why didn’t the FBI inform ICE? Why did the FBI burn their access to a white nationalist server just for a deportation when letting ICE have an anonymous tip would have preserved that intelligence asset?

Because the FBI is setting the stage for Monday’s protest in Virginia. They make a racially sensitive arrest of “evil white male gun owners”, the NYT applies the proper spin and then Northam used it to declare a state of emergency.


Virginia governor Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency on Wednesday afternoon [January 15], citing the potential for violence at an upcoming pro-gun rally at the state capitol. On Twitter, the governor wrote:

“We have received credible intelligence from our law enforcement agencies of threats of violence surrounding the demonstration planned for Monday, January 20. This includes extremist rhetoric similar to what has been seen before major incidents, such as Charlottesville in 2017. This intelligence suggests militia groups and hate groups, some from out of state, plan to come to the Capitol to disrupt our democratic process with acts of violence.”

That credible intelligence was the FBI arresting an illegal immigrant from Canada. Arrest on the 9th, martial law on the 15th, event on the 20th. They’re moving right along.

As part of the state of emergency, Northam also ordered a unified command of both local and state police as well as emergency services.

There it is. Northam has total control to manipulate events as he wishes.

Stay away, folks! Hindsight is gonna be 1/20/20.



THIS Is How You Divorce A Wife

And her little dog of a divorce attorney, too! We warned you wamminz of what would come after the collapse of lawful society. The next victim of a ‘Ho might skip the asking of permission.

Kansas man requests ‘trial by combat’ with swords to settle custody battle with ex-wife


By Associated Press, 14 January 2020

HARLAN, Iowa (AP) – A Kansas man has asked an Iowa judge to let him engage in a sword fight with his ex-wife and her attorney so that he can “rend their souls” from their bodies.

David Ostrom, 40, of Paola, Kansas, said in a Jan. 3 court filing that his former wife, Bridgette Ostrom, 38, of Harlan, Iowa, and her attorney, Matthew Hudson, had “destroyed (him) legally.” The Ostroms have been embroiled in disputes over custody and visitation issues and property tax payments.

The judge had the power to let the parties “resolve our disputes on the field of battle, legally,” David Ostrom said, adding in his filing that trial by combat “has never been explicitly banned or restricted as a right in these United States.”

What a beautiful idea! Women are at least as strong as men so Ex-Wife Barbie can’t object on grounds of infirmity.

He also asked the judge for 12 weeks’ time so he could secure Japanese samurai swords.

His motion filed in Shelby County District Court stemmed from his frustrations with his ex-wife’s attorney, Ostrom told The Des Moines Register.

“I think I’ve met Mr. Hudson’s absurdity with my own absurdity,” Ostrom said, adding that his former wife could choose Hudson to act as her champion.

Win-Win negotiation at its finest! And no, there’s nothing absurd about this. If a man cannot defend himself with money then justice demands he be allowed… alternatives. This article clearly implies that while Wifey is lawyered up, Hubby is representing himself.

Hudson argued in his legal response that because a duel could end in death, “such ramifications likely outweigh those of property tax and custody issues.” Hudson asked the judge to reject the request for trial by combat.

How like a male feminist to plead craven! Hudson will steal the sweat off an innocent man’s brow and his children out of his home, but only so long as he himself faces no consequences.

Judge Craig Dreismeier said in his own filing Monday that he won’t be issuing a decisions anytime soon, citing irregularities with both sides’ motions and responses.

Hmm… that wasn’t a rejection.

“Until the proper procedural steps to initiate a court proceeding are followed, this court will take no further action concerning any motion, objection or petition filed by either party at this time,” the judge said.


The Effect Of Having Too Much Money

Stuart Schneiderman raises a fascinating and incredibly relevant question on his blog, the answer to which is found in Christian theology. Why are the people who have the most money in society increasingly hostile to the concept of economic growth?

The War Against Economic Growth


13 January 2020

Here in the Western world, an unholy alliance of leftist billionaires and environmental zealots is doing everything in its power to ensure that the West loses out to Asia in the current clash of civilizations.

They have declared war on economic growth and aspire to lead their nations and the West to a period of lower economic growth. In order to save the environment they want us all to return to more feudal living conditions.

All of us except for them, that is.

Well, no, they will also participate in the coming feudalism. Probably with the titles of “Baron” and “Lord”.

Here’s a useful rule of thumb for macroeconomics: The upper class wants expensive land and cheap labor. The middle class wants expensive labor and cheap land. Nobody cares what the lower class wants.

Feudalism is the poster child for “expensive land and cheap labor”.

Those conditions require less energy and produce less environmental pollution. The great minds who concocted this road to misery neglect to point out that less economic growth, less wealth means less medical research. While proposing that everyone go back to living in mud huts, they ought, in their so-called minds, recall the plagues that characterized those periods.

Don’t listen to what they say. Look at what they do. Blah blah future for our children, and we need you disarmed for Phase Two. Both this and my feudalism comment are leading up to my answer.

Among the great human curiosities of our time is the presence of obscenely wealthy men like Michael Bloomberg and Tom Steyer, accompanied by their comrades in disarmament from Silicon Valley and other leftist redoubts, leading the march toward a no-growth economy.

They may not know it, but they are making a very good argument for wealth confiscation. If they cannot use their wealth responsibly to advance wealth creation for everyone else, why should they have it? Someone should do a study about the effects of having too much money. If you have billions of dollars in the bank you cannot, effectively spend money. No rational expense will cause your purchasing power to decline. And thus, you cannot really grow your own wealth. Does this cause them to imagine that no one should ever grow their own wealth?

As Schneiderman noticed, the super-rich are no longer being motivated by money. That explains why they are okay with a no-growth economy but the question of their current motivation remains unanswered.

Furthermore, these tech billionaires, having become masters of the marketplace of information seem to believe that they must now conquer the marketplace of ideas. They seem to imagine that their outsized wealth means that they are great thinkers. Some of them even mistake themselves for philosophers. They do not seem to understand that their anti-growth schemes will immiserate billions of people, while leaving them alone in their gated communities, with armed security, to enjoy their own infinite wealth.

Look. At. What. They. Do. They are fully, completely, one hundred percent, before-the-fact aware that their decisions will inflict needless suffering upon billions of innocents. THAT’S WHY THEY ARE DOING IT.

Living where I do, I’ve known some of those tech kerjillionaires. Their situation is that beyond a certain point, making money becomes an end in itself. You have to manage investments, track cash flows, consult with advisers and so on. Just being rich is a full-time job.

Many men, often the wiser ones, stop here. They retire, enjoy life, work for free, do charity, whatever. They rarely graduate from millionaire to billionaire because they aren’t greedy enough to seek wealth as an end in itself. Money is only a means to whatever they want from life.

Those who don’t stop become greedy. Wealth becomes the goal, not the tool. The push is always for more.

A greedy man wants a lot. A proud man wants more than you. A greedy man wants to live in a mansion. A proud man will live in a shack if, in return, he can force you to live in a ditch. As C.S. Lewis pointed out, pride is the competitive vice.

What happens when a greedy man becomes so wealthy that he becomes incapable of greed? When there’s no bigger mansion to buy? Does the devil stop tempting him?

No. He graduates from greed to pride.

When there’s no more “more” to be had, the greedy proceed to the next level of Evil: making YOU have LESS. Pride (competition) sets in. Especially if Mr. Jillions notices that ordinary Joes frequently enjoy life more than him because they have fewer responsibilities, more free time and aren’t constantly ass-kissed by parasites with sob stories. It’s a frustration that can easily metastasize.

This is what happens when you have too much money: You stop wanting more for yourself and start wanting less for everybody else. It’s the only way to continue widening the gulf between you and them.

This passage is obscure but a favorite of mine. Ezekiel 34:17-23 “As for you, my flock, this is what the Sovereign Lord says: I will judge between one sheep and another, and between rams and goats. Is it not enough for you to feed on the good pasture? Must you also trample the rest of your pasture with your feet? Is it not enough for you to drink clear water? Must you also muddy the rest with your feet? Must my flock feed on what you have trampled and drink what you have muddied with your feet?

“‘Therefore this is what the Sovereign Lord says to them: See, I myself will judge between the fat sheep and the lean sheep. Because you shove with flank and shoulder, butting all the weak sheep with your horns until you have driven them away, I will save my flock, and they will no longer be plundered. I will judge between one sheep and another. I will place over them one shepherd, [Christ], and he will tend them; he will tend them and be their shepherd.”

Anyway, the Western left has been taking a stand against economic growth. It seems to be suggesting that it cannot win out against the rising nations in the East. And thus that it must devote itself to higher ideals by saving the environment.

Environmental activism is not an effort to compete against foreign powers. Least of all China, which my eco-conscious California is whoring itself to like a prostitute attempting a baby trap.

Environmental activism is Marx’s current opiate of the masses. The greedy use it to devalue energy assets for cheap acquisition while selling overpriced crap like wind turbines. The proud use it to enslave the peasants in their own, all-organic filth. And the upper class use it to destroy their natural competitor, the middle class. They all work together to convince the spiritually empty that for the good of “humanity’s future”, suffering and austerity must be voluntarily imposed upon (the rest of) society.

(Nota bene, one of those tech kerjillionaires I met was a righteous man who helped me out when I needed it. I’m not a One Percenter hater because no poor man ever gave me a job.)

Joel Kotkin outlines this ominous turn toward self-deconstruction in a long and wise article. Everyone would do well to read it in its entirety.

Link below but I won’t get into it. TL;DR Kotkin compares the green agenda to “It’s the economy, stupid” Baby Boomerism while wondering why people are valuing an intentionally weakened economy. Every answer to his enquiries reduce to the simple fact that a strong economy is an insufficient replacement for religion. Man does not live by bread alone and will start doing foolish things like worshiping Nature or playing God in desperate and uninformed efforts to fill the soul’s need for meaning.

The Growth Dilemma

Thus, the new green left does not just want us to ration access to hamburgers, but it wants government to limit our ability to have children.

The works of the devil are to steal, kill and destroy. By their actions, you can recognize his followers.


New CT Editor Daniel Harrell

You CAN judge a book by its cover. It is necessary, efficient and reasonable to do so. Similarly, you can judge a man by the company he keeps. Daniel Harrell is Christianity Today’s new Editor-In-Chief.

As always, I’m suspicious about the emotional health of those with both baggy eyes and large crows-feet, unless they’re old enough to be wrinkly in general. His teeth seem way too small for his skull… I don’t know what to make of it, but baring the gums when smiling indicates either high ego or eagerness to please. Neither is promising in senior management.

Large upper third of his face indicates intellectual inclination, common in lifetime clergy. Rounded eyebrows for social focus so I wouldn’t have expected him to be a Unix guru.


Several months ago, Christianity Today’s past editor in chief Mark Galli announced his retirement, and Friday was his last day.

He also announced his seething, passive-aggressive hatred for Christianity Today readers who support Trump.

Christianity Today’s new editor in chief is Longtime pastor and writer Daniel Harrell, who most recently served as senior minister of Colonial Church in Edina, Minnesota. Harrell lost his wife Dawn unexpectedly last Easter and the aftermath of this death has been difficult.

“A big part of this next season of my life is devoted to her legacy and her love for words and theology and for Christ and wanting to live that well for her, for my daughter, and for myself,” said Harrell.

That’s a very not-promising indicator of future performance, if he’s so hung up on his wife’s death after 9 months as to offer it for his introductory biographical fact. Eh, I was going to look deeper anyway. Chronicling the collapse of American Christian institutions is a priority for me, as is chronicling how blindingly obvious the red flags tend to be.


Daniel M. Harrell is Editor-in-Chief of Christianity Today. Formerly, he served ten years as Senior Minister of Colonial Church, Edina, Minnesota, and for 23 years before that as preaching minister at Park Street Church, Boston, Massachusetts. Daniel holds a BA from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (Psychology and Religion), an MDiv from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and his PhD from Boston College (Developmental & Educational Psychology).

That’s a Congregational/Puritan background overall. UNC-Chapel Hill has become notorious for its socialist ideology and intolerance of American history even by the standards of our corrupted education system. Gordon-Conwell is an intentionally nondenominational seminary. I am suspicious of nondenominational churches generally because of accountability issues and that goes double for a seminary… the students aren’t there to scrutinize their professors’ theology, now are they?

I pulled up Colonial Church. Here’s the company that Harrell kept for ten years:



Jeff Lindsay, Acting Senior Minister. A lopsided face! His personal life is a mess. Thin lips indicate a lack of passion; lip corners are neutral-right, pessimist-left; he’s accustomed to keeping up appearances but without the skill of an actor or sociopath. Large nostrils indicate plenty of social energy so he probably thrives in his current situation.

He got an associate’s in law enforcement before going ministry-track at Bethel. I conjecture that he planned a police career but found his personality too soft for it

Sara Garbers, Acting Senior Associate Minister. Low-res picture. Eyes are recessed for defensiveness. Eyebrows are weird, I won’t opine on them. Her hair’s a bit crazy but maybe she’s old enough for it to have happened naturally. No, that’s such a bad job of hair dyeing that I’ll go with crazy hair.

Her linked bio confirms!

“I am passionate about matters of faith and justice, particularly focused on gender justice and issues of domestic & sexual violence. In addition to my work at the church, I serve the city of St. Louis Park as a human rights commissioner, my school as a sexual assault advocate, and am completing my doctorate in ethics at Loyola University Chicago.”

Sara received her Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Women’s Studies from the University of Minnesota Duluth.


She then completed a Master of Divinity from Bethel Seminary (MN).


She is currently a doctoral candidate at Loyola University Chicago. Her dissertation is entitled “Dangerous Memories”: Sexual Violence and Trauma- Towards a Feminist Political Theological Ethics of Memory.


Christian Winn, Interim Teaching Minister. Odd name. Curly hair denotes high sensuality but this is contradicted by passionless thin lips. I suspect vanity.

Dr. Christian T. Collins Winn…

With a bio intro like that, vanity sounds likely.

…is deeply passionate about helping others understand the gospel as it forms them into justice-seeking and mercy-loving people who walk in the world with humility. He completed a PhD in Theological and Religious Studies at Drew University and was Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology at Bethel University from 2005-2018.

Bethel Again.

He has a decorated academic record…

Which is NOT what you want in a teaching minister. You want a front-line veteran, not an Ivory tower egghead.

…and his research interests include the history of Pietism, ecumenism, theology of Karl Barth…

A pastor who hacked off Adolf Hitler under cover of Swiss citizenship. Old news.

political theology…

Good, the American Church can’t afford to ignore politics anymore.

problematics of race…


comparative theology, inter-faith dialogue…

False religions are false, “Minister”. Christ is not the equal of Mohammed, Buddha or Che Guevara.

…historiography of evangelicalism, and the theological significance of the Black Radical Tradition.

So, that’s Harrell’s peers.

End segue.

[Harrell] has taught at Gordon-Conwell, Fuller and Bethel seminaries, as well as at Boston University and Harvard University. He served for many years on the Community Ethics Committee of the Harvard University Hospitals and on the Advisory Council of Biologos.

Harvard Community Ethics for many years. No more need be said about his loyalty.

Daniel has written for Christianity Today and The Christian Century, appeared on PBS and regularly blogged for Cultivare at patheos.com. He is widowed (Dawn, 2019) and lives with his lovely daughter in Minneapolis and will be moving to Chicagoland.

Bad sign, that his grown daughter is still living with Daddy.

I used to ask my fellow Christians this ethical question. A church wants to help poor families survive a predicted-to-be-bad winter. They have enough money to help ten families. A bureaucrat hears of their effort and offers them enough taxpayer money to help one hundred poor families, on condition that they not talk about Christ.

What should the church do? Help ten families in the name of God or 100 families in the name of public service?

Guess what, Harrell answered that question… poorly.

Yes, Sometimes We Can Serve Both God and Mammon


by Daniel M. Harrell, 7 October 2013

I’ve always believed that the church exists on earth for the sake of mission—the tangible, embodied love of Christ. It’s the one thing we do on earth that we won’t do in heaven. More than well-done music and a well-honed sermon in a well-crafted building, the church is called to take up concrete things done with and for other people: feeding the hungry. Visiting the sick. Loving neighbors. Speaking truth. Loving enemies. Sharing the gospel.

Fatal error. The Church’s job in mortal life is threefold:

1. Proclaim the Gospel. Great Commission stuff.

2. Worship God.

3. Be the salt of the Earth, actively resisting the spread of evil.

Therefore, it is not acceptable for the Church to care for “society” except as a means of

1. Creating opportunities to proclaim the Gospel, ex. free meal to the homeless if they first listen to a sermon.

2. Worship God. A well-crafted building can sometimes do that better than humans. Europe is almost completely post-Christian yet the cathedrals still speak to God. Which is why the Muslims vandalize them so eagerly.

3. Fighting evil. Which is 180 degrees opposite from Harrell’s “loving enemies”. You love them by forcing them to face the evil they commit, not be seeking Unity with them.

You can do nice things for people if you want but being nice is not a teaching of either Christ or the Apostles.

And by the way, the one thing we Christians do on Earth that we won’t in Heaven is evil, from its beginning of facing temptation to its inevitable conclusion of suffering and death.

Given this, it seems odd that many churches treat mission with nickel-and-dime efforts: a few hundred dollars a year to this agency, another check to that, a short-term trip here and there. Churches outsource much of their mission work to specialized organizations. Though both efficient and expedient, doing this has a way of teaching us to be donors instead of doers.

There are valid reasons missionary work gets outsourced, from language barriers to effective financial oversight. At least, I assume he means “mission” as in “missionary”.

Arriving as the new minister at my church—a fairly affluent, Midwest, middle-aged, suburban church in the Congregational model—I became convinced that God was calling us to something we could we do together that none of us could do alone. Historically speaking, common mission boosts enthusiasm, deepens prayer, builds community, and bears fruit for the kingdom. While no single church can go to all ends of the earth (and should not aspire to), surely ours could marshal its ample resources for a bigger splash than we were making.

Mine was a bad assumption.

Unfortunately, my missions pitch sounded exhausting. Like many a mainline, our congregation has its share of gray hair. This means more wisdom and life experience than the hip churches that older congregations envy.

Okay, Boomer.

But wisdom without energy means that mission goes undone. We needed to integrate a younger demographic into our church. Regrettably, with the so-called “rise of the nones” (the population of adults indicating no religious affiliation), integrating younger people into our church was a challenge. Pop music worship and entertaining children’s programs no longer sufficed.

I give credit for him wanting to do more than cosmetic changes to address the problem of Christians no longer wanting to associate with a church. I then take back the credit because Harrell proceeded to double down.

At the same time, the decline in religiosity among younger people is not necessarily a decline in spirituality. Many young people are certainly religious about justice and social causes. And here was the mission tie: Instead of trying to attract younger people for the purpose of mission, perhaps doing mission on purpose could attract younger people.

He took the globalist ticket and transformed his church into a worldly NGO. Come, Social Justice Warriors! Help us help you!

As fortune came to pass, our church recently sold a piece of land for $2 million. Most of that went to retire a sizable debt and building repairs, but we knew that to spend the entire proceeds on ourselves was unfaithful. We voted to allocate 20 percent to serving outside our walls.

The sensible way to spend the 20 percent would have been to find a successful service agency and write the check. But I hated that idea. Surely we could leverage this money in a way that would let us get personally involved.

Here’s an idea: Commission some artwork. Modern churches are fucking pathetic, the spiritual version of soul-crushing cubicle farms. Wooden boxes that maybe have a cross hanging on a wall somewhere. The National Endowment for the Arts isn’t going to sponsor anything pro-Christian, that’s for damn sure.

Is God worthy of your praise? Then how about you Churchian churches ACT LIKE IT and spend money on what is useless except to glorify God?

Yet how to pick? We assessed. We discussed. We hired consultants. We prayed. The heavens stayed silent.

“I became convinced that God was calling us to hire consultants.” Specifically, Katherine Leary Alsdorf from Redeemer Presbyterian Church’s Center for Faith and Work and Dave Blanchard from Praxis Labs

We had the money. We had the wisdom and experience, especially in fields related to business. What we lacked was our particular calling (or the energy to follow it through). What if we challenged young adults in our church and wider community to generate an idea that could become our calling?

I proposed we take $250,000 and sponsor a social entrepreneurial competition. We could invite innovators ages 35 and younger to submit project proposals with gospel values of grace, justice, love, redemption, and reconciliation. We’d ask that applicants affirm the Apostles’ Creed, because we wanted our effort to promote Christian faith.

A checkbox is not how one tests for Christianity. The applicants’ devotion should have been obvious from their proposals.

Our church would provide funding and expertise, networking, creative community, and acceleration toward successful launches. We’d use business acumen to make the projects sustainable and stress measurable outcomes.

I’ve seen this before. Public-private partnerships. Convergence.

When I pitched the idea of a business-based social entrepreneurial competition to church leaders, some presumed I’d lost my mind. This was too large an amount of cash to risk on unproven ventures. Better to give it to a proven enterprise and maximize our return on investment. To put it in biblical parlance: Be a good steward. Church and business don’t mix. “You can’t serve both God and Mammon,” Jesus said (Luke 16:13).

They had a point. So many foundational business values run counter to the gospel, be it the primacy of shareholders over service, gluttonous profits, avaricious career ambition, or accumulating too much capital. To prosper financially may not be a biblical vice, but greed, injustice, and extravagance lurk in prosperity’s shadows.

On the other hand, Jesus also said, “all things are possible with God” (Matt 19:26).

THAT is Harrell’s excuse for ignoring Christ’s warning about mixing God with Profit? That’s pathetic. Should we care about any of Christ’s warnings or just assume He’ll declare us to be Special Snowflakes?

Mission can redeem the better aspects of the market to serve kingdom ends. Virtues of honesty and hard work, along with love and fairness, all improve the way we do business. To believe in Jesus is to value all these things. Granted, to believe in Jesus is also to embrace humiliation and loss, and loss is no way to profit—unless you buy the gospel. To take a providential windfall and risk it all on untested idealists sounded as ridiculous as changing the world through death on a cross. It takes faith for good business sense to make good mission sense.

What the Hell does “mission” mean? Certainly not “missionary”. I really hope his “buy the Gospel” comment wasn’t him showing his true colors.

Fairness isn’t even a Christian virtue. The last thing any believer should want is for God to deal with him in fairness. We follow Christ in order to NOT get what we deserve. The second commandment is to treat others like ourselves, not to treat others in fairness.

Fairness is government-enforced reparations from taxpayers who’ve never owned a slave to parasites who’ve never been one.

Proof of Convergence coming up:

Being the new minister, I had relational capital to spend. The congregation tentatively went along, walking by faith rather than sight. We named the initiative Innové, a French word meaning “breaking new ground”—or perhaps better, “digging a grave,” in keeping with the gospel’s promise of resurrection power.

“Dig a grave” and “buy the gospel”?

Per https://innovestudios.org/colonial-church-case-study/ The Innové Project—a social enterprise competition that afforded Colonial the opportunity to connect the wisdom and experience of its Boomers to the vision and energy of local Millennials who wanted to influence the city for good.” OMG I can’t even.

We designed an evaluation process that maximized our business-minded congregation–from technology, marketing, assessment, and coaching to advising, planning, training, budgeting, execution and evaluation. More than 150 members volunteered their talents. We worried that after marshaling this wealth of resources we would fail to attract applicants. But worry has a beautiful way of converting to prayer.

Twenty applications came in as we approached the due date—a disappointing number, frankly. We’d prayed for more. Then, as the clock approached midnight, our online application portal lit up. Apparently young entrepreneurs like to take every minute they are given (either that, or they like to procrastinate). Suddenly our modest 20 applicants bloomed to 139.

The applications ran the gamut from laundro-daycaremats for underemployed mothers in the city, to concierge services for elderly people who wanted to stay in their homes, all the way to educational projects for children orphaned by conflict in Kenya. We scored according to uniqueness, feasibility, and fit with our congregation. We wanted not only to fund and launch new mission endeavors, but to participate in the work itself.

Harrell’s first action in his newly entrepreneurial church was funneling money to the Social Justice agenda.

We also trained 24 gifted church members to be Innové “navigators.” Each of them ushered through the process the semi-finalist projects. Our process entailed formulating business plans and budgets, as well as preparing a pitch for a panel of judges who determined which semi-finalists to fund.

Eventually, after much input and prayer, the semi-finalists submitted their business plans and pitched their ideas to our judges. They picked six to fund as “Protégés” (in keeping with Innové’s French milieu). The Protégés included a church-school partnership program that provides weekend meals to undernourished children, a nonprofit, non-predatory payday lender, a mobile food market that sells affordable fresh fruit and vegetables in urban “food deserts,” an educational initiative for men to combat sex trafficking, a college opportunity for post-secondary students with disabilities, and a for-profit printing business that directs profits toward clean water projects.

How is any of that a legitimate Church function? Did the school allow sermonizing during lunchtime in return for financial assistance? Were the vegans lectured about God eating fish while handed free veggies? I don’t even know where to begin with the concept of “nonprofit payday loans” Your pastor’s day job is loan shark?

You want to offer a college scholarship, pastors? Give the scholarship to a man willing to treat the university campus as a bona fide missionary field a la North Korea. Pay his bills so he can be there, then defend him when, not if, the Progs attack him for talking about Jesus to the lost and blind.

But no, Harrell gave the scholarship to a “disabled” student. How original. From each according to his ability, to each according to his need. That’s Marx, not Christ.

To further ensure project success, the Protégés embarked with us on an incubation period that provided further consulting, financial and professional planning assistance led by church members with strong nonprofit and new business experience. Church office space was also offered as needed.

Methinks Bethel Seminary misnamed its MBA program.

Innové brought together a vast array of gifts that comprised our church—human resources people, arts people, social services people, accountants, lawyers, managers, executives, marketers, technologists, organizational developers, and more. They all were finally getting to use what they did best for the sake of God’s work in the world. It was as good as we’d prayed it would be: good for the gospel, good for our congregation, good for our young entrepreneurs and good for the world. And having done it as unto the Lord meant our work now had an eternal lifetime guarantee.

Harrell turned his church into yet another Progtard nonprofit. If I ever run a church, I will not lift one finger to help the poor because people need to be culture-shocked into realizing that Christianity is not Mammon.

We’re not here to redeem the Earth for Christ. We’re here to become like Christ.


The Burning Of Asheen Phansey

The Left continues to eat its own. We continue to enjoy the spectacle. I was concerned that Iraq was about to blow up again… its national government has already resigned, albeit in the incomprehensible parliamentary fashion… but Trump seems to have the situation well in hand.

Which brings us to college professor Asheen Phansey who, as you might guess, is not quite as American as birthright citizenship would claim.

Asheen Phansey: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Asheen Phansey is the former Babson College professor who was fired after jokingly suggesting on Facebook that Iran’s leader should make a list of significant cultural sites in the United States to attack. Phansey wrote that Ayatollah Khamenei might target the “Kardashian residence” and the Mall of America.

He’s obviously joking with that Kardashian reference, not to mention that Khomeini reference. (He died in 1989.) Hell, I wouldn’t even object to anybody whacking a Kardashian, they’re that much of a national disgrace, although they’d probably just live on in the tabloids like Princess Diana so please don’t bother, paparazzi.

But the Emperor is less forgiving than I am.

Phansey [wrote it on January 7, 2020 and then] deleted the post, which was shared to his personal Facebook page, and apologized for it. He told local news stations in the Boston area that the post was a “bad attempt at humor” and that he had been joking about the lack of ancient cultural sites in America compared to Iran. The remark was in reaction to President Donald Trump’s threat to attack 52 cultural sites important to Iran.

Here is where I start to have a problem with him. He probably doesn’t consider himself an American if he can joke about America not having any cultural history compared to Iran. (He lived in MASSACHUSETTS when saying that, of all places.) But one tweet is not sufficient to make an accusation… a point upon which I disagree with Current Year’s college administration:

Leaders at Babson College did not view Phansey’s comment in a humorous light. He was suspended on January 8, 2020, before being officially terminated the following day.

Hmm, two days.


Babson College posted a statement on its website: “Babson College condemns any type of threatening words and/or actions condoning violence and/or hate. This particular post from a staff member on his personal Facebook page clearly does not represent the values and culture of Babson College. While we understand he has deleted the posts, we have immediately suspended him, with pay, pending the completion of our investigation. In addition, we are cooperating with local, state and federal authorities.”

Standard CYA boilerplate. As if the Feds could possibly care about an elitist college professor’s anti-Trump tweet.

Phansey released his own statement to local news outlets, insisting that his remark had not been intended as a call to violence. WCVB-TV published his apology, which he sent on January 8.

“I regret my bad attempt at humor. As an American, born and raised, I was trying to juxtapose our ‘cultural sites’ with ancient Iranian churches and mosques. I am completely opposed to violence and would never advocate it by anyone. I am sorry that my sloppy humor was read as a threat. I condemn all acts of violence. I am particularly sorry to cause any harm or alarm for my colleagues at Babson, my beloved alma mater, and the place where I have enjoyed teaching students and serving as its sustainability director.”

Standard mistake of apologizing to liberals. Although this gives him away as a liberal himself, with “I condemn all acts of violence”.

Phansey began a full-time job at Babson on February of 2019. He served as the Director of Sustainability. The department focuses on implementing campus-wide strategies to save the environment.

That is the point at which I become perfectly okay with his career being destroyed for no crime. God does not allow me to use Evil’s methods to destroy Evil but when they do it to themselves, I’m not going to play Captain Save-A-Whale.

Call me Ishmael.

For confirmation that Asheen is evil:

Asheen Phansey has his own consulting company that is registered with the state of Massachusetts. He launched Phansey Consulting LLC in October of 2018, according to state records. Phansey explained on LinkedIn that his goal is to assist “companies and nonprofits in Corporate Responsibility.”

Phansey is also involved with the Environmental League of Massachusetts Action Fund. The group works to promote policies to protect the environment. Phansey is listed as the group’s Treasurer.

ELM’s leadership is 80% female, not counting the Board of Directors with its usual ties to obscure finance & investment middlemen. Its primary function is funneling campaign money to politicians who push the Climate Change globalist agenda.

Thus, Asheen is an enemy of my country & people and therefore deserves to be treated as one. I would not use a false accusation like this joke-tweet, however. I would accuse him of what he’s actually done.

Corruption, sabotage and treason no longer being punishable crimes, we are forced to settle for watching the Left turn upon its own… and while doing so, we’re STILL being nicer to him than his own allies.


North Carolina’s Domestic Skank Protection Orders

To the surprise of everybody but the Red-Pilled, Domestic Violence Protection Orders (DVPOs) have failed to be magical force fields guaranteeing the safety of women who just can’t stay away from the thugboys. North Carolina reflects on its lack of success with a grim determination to avoid the obvious.

When domestic violence protective orders don’t protect. Is North Carolina doing enough?


By Tammy Grubb, 9 January 2020

The author might have a personal interest in the effectiveness of DVPOs as a method of “taming the unicorns” in her personal life.

Victoria St. Hillaire feared for her life.

She had been stalked and terrorized by an ex-boyfriend who had a court order to stay away from her and her family — and multiple charges for disobeying that order.

“I am afraid of what’s next and the safety for my family,” St. Hillaire wrote when she sought a third domestic violence protective order on Oct. 9, 2019.

In our current age of police getting Federal funding for making exactly that kind of arrest, their reported refusal to do so simply cannot be taken at face value. Something is going on to prevent police from taking these perps off the streets… but what could it be?

On Nov. 25, the 28-year-old mother and certified medical assistant was fatally shot by a former boyfriend as she arrived for work at UNC Family Medicine in Durham. The ex-boyfriend, 33-year-old Lequintin Ford, also shot and killed himself.

Yep, this would have been just another Ghetto Hood Rat story except for the failure of DVPOs. Most abusive boyfriends don’t go to the extreme of gunning down their skanks inside a major hospital, however. Not without working up to it. Most crooks start small-time and are thwarted by criminal justice long before the murder-suicide endgame.

It wasn’t the first time Ford had confronted St. Hillaire at her workplace or her Alamance County home. Court documents showed warning signs as early as 2015, when he assaulted her with a bat. Ford was arrested nearly two dozen times in the last two years, including for domestic incidents involving another woman.

Sheeet, mon. The cops were doing their jobs, making the arrests. The government, as represented by victocrat racist sphincter-judges, obviously weren’t. My race right or wrong, eh? It ain’t working out for them.

When he died, Ford faced three new felony stalking charges, misdemeanor stalking and harassing phone call charges, and three violations of his domestic violence protective order. He had been jailed at least twice — first under $100,00 bail and then $250,000 — but was able to get out when a judge reduced his bail in November.

The conditions put in place at that hearing — that he wear an ankle monitor, be home from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m., stay away from St. Hillaire’s home and work — didn’t protect St. Hillaire.

Lovely. Thanks to all the “restrictions” placed on Tyrone, the police were able to track his murder spree like a geocacher homing in on a trinket. Preventing the murder spree was, alas, not a permitted option.

Chicks like a little danger in their sperm banks.

I just got an awesome idea for a reality game show. Thanks to our Panopticon state, we can track the second-by-second movements of both Jerome and Jemimah, right? “We go live to the University of North Carolina, where Ford’s ankle monitor has just moved within 1500 feet of the iPhone of his baby-momma, Vickie. Our hacker, Dennis, is pulling up a security camera feed… SHIT HE’S GOT A GUN! Place you bets, folks! Who will live and who will die? The clock is ticking on this time bomb!” I’m gonna be rich!

Wait, they already did that in the book/movie “Running Man”. I’m gonna be sued!

Her story is not unusual.

While some studies indicate that protective orders can prevent or reduce the severity of future abuse, the U.S. Department of Justice has not definitively answered the question of how effective they are. A 2003 federal Office of Justice Programs report still cited today noted that nearly half of all abusers charged with killing their partners had previous arrests, and nearly a third of the victims previously had called police.

If criminals were properly punished, or at least locked up, then the need for DVROs would drop by half.

One in 4 women and 1 in 10 men will experience physical, sexual or psychological domestic violence in their lifetime, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The costs can be high, averaging $103,767 over a female survivor’s lifetime for medical care, lost productivity, legal fees and other costs and $23,414 for a male survivor, the CDC reported.

A difference factor of 4? No doubt because men are the less productive sex. All we make is clean water and electricity. And safe streets, when allowed. Nothing valuable.

The cost to society: An estimated $3.6 trillion, based on the lifetimes of 43 million male and female domestic violence victims studied for a 2014 National Institutes of Health report.

Then there is the loss of life.

Roughly half of the female homicide victims each year — 3,268 in 2018 — are killed by a former or current male partner, federal data showed. Available data for male victims showed nearly 5% were killed by an intimate partner.

Consistent with the rate of male homosexuality. The Sodomite lifestyle isn’t just unhealthy, it’s violent.

The N.C. Coalition Against Domestic Violence, which tracks the state’s domestic violence homicides, reported that 53 people were killed in 2019, including four people in Durham County, two in Wake County and one in Orange County. While the same number of people were killed in 2018, the coalition reported an increasing number of homicides — averaging 77 — each year between 2013 and 2017.

The numbers include homicides involving both same-sex and opposite-sex intimate partners, but not domestic violence between non-intimate family members.

The “non-intimate family member” being bio-dad?

Most protective orders do what they are designed to do, domestic violence advocates said, but the key is an abuser who will follow the rules.

How are you stupid dumb bitches smart enough to even keep breathing? Oh, right, you’re NOT. *Points at dead Vickie.*

“If this is an offender who doesn’t want to go to jail, who cares about their reputation and wants to look good in the community, it’s going to be a whole lot more meaningful for them than for someone who really doesn’t care if they get arrested,” said Kathy Hodges, deputy director of the Durham Crisis Response Center.

Sherry Honeycutt Everett, the coalition’s legal and policy director, noted protective orders have other benefits, including tougher penalties for low-level offenses such as stalking and harassment, and child-custody arrangements.

Boom, there it is. The purpose of DVROs is not to actually protect women. It’s leverage against law-abiding fathers.

Worse, DVROs help feral women live their peak sexual fantasy of fucking with the devil without getting burned. DVROs give her the illusion of safety as she places herself in harm’s way time and again.

Feral women don’t actually want to be protected from violent men. Get ready for the climax…

Judges awarded protective orders — also called 50B orders in North Carolina — to 33% of the men and women who sought them last year, data showed, while another 23% voluntarily dropped their protective order petitions. The rest of the petitions were denied or involuntarily dismissed because the person seeking the order didn’t show up for the hearing.

In North Carolina, 50B orders are only available to heterosexual couples who are living together, married, dating or divorced, or share a child. Same-sex couples can only get a 50B order if they live with their partner, leaving those who are only dating to seek a civil no-contact order, or 50C.

No “protective” order should ever be granted if the victim insists on cohabiting with the abuser.

A 50C order limits contact between the parties and makes some crimes, such as stalking, a felony. However, unlike with a 50B, the offender cannot be arrested for violating the order or have their guns seized.

Survivors can endure months and even years of abuse before going to court, multiple studies show. Over half of those who have suffered repeated assaults do not report them to police, the National Crime Victimization Survey found, often because the survivor is trying to protect the abuser, fears what the abuser might do if arrested, or considers the violence a private or family matter.

The abuse can escalate when victims finally decide to seek a protective order or leave the abuser.

One study reported in the 2003 National Institute of Justice Journal found that 75% of female domestic violence homicide victims and 85% of women who experienced severe violence had left or tried to leave an abuser. Women previously threatened or assaulted with a weapon were 20 times more likely to be murdered, according to a separate study cited.

Her partner was only verbally abusive at first, Durham resident Deborah Williams said. When he began getting in her face, assaulting her and using his body to keep her from leaving, it still wasn’t enough to make her give up the relationship.

Textbook hybristophilia.

That’s why she didn’t go to police, she said, when her partner approached her in the church parking lot after Bible study and grabbed her by the neck. A church deacon, hearing her scream, escorted her home that night and asked her partner to take his things and leave, she said.

It wasn’t the last incident, and over the five-year relationship, Williams sought four protective orders. Still, she sometimes met with her partner in violation of his no-contact order and skipped some of their domestic violence court hearings, Williams said.

Taming the unicorn… or bearding the lion?

“My weakness in wanting things to work out, listening to convincing reasons why we should stay together, believing no one else is going to want me — all of those things played into me participating in him violating the domestic violence protective order,” she said. “Then there were times that I tried to stay strong and … would call the police to have him removed. For me, it felt like I was putting holes in my own credibility and that no one is going to believe me.”

“wanting things to work out” = hybristophilia

“convincing reasons why we should stay together” = “I want my money”

“believing no one else is going to want me” = rationalizing self-destructive behavior

me participating in him violating the domestic violence protective order” = she deserved to have her brains splattered across the parking lot with a baseball bat. Police cannot, and should not try, to save feral women from themselves. They should stand back, ensure no bystanders get hurt (by playing White Knight like that church deacon did), let the inevitable happen and skip the crime scene investigation for the squeegee and bucket.

Survivors cannot be prosecuted for meeting or talking with an abuser under a protective order, but advocates agreed they can risk losing credibility with police and the court system. It also encourages some abusers to take protective orders less seriously, they said.

The turning point, Williams said, was when she saw the relationship affecting her son.

“Just knowing that the relationship that I was in was modeling an unhealthy model of what it means to date, what it means to be married, and that I could be setting my children up to repeat these habits,” Williams said.

Her son is lucky to be alive… Mommy wasn’t so far gone as to abandon her own children.

Williams has since moved, blocked her partner’s number, and started writing again, publishing a book of poems and essays about “regaining your power.” This year, she graduated with a master’s degree from the Duke University School of Divinity.


The emotional and mental wounds will take a long time to heal, Williams said, but she hopes her experience will lead her to a way to help others.

“The saying that we don’t go through what we go through just for our purposes, but to help other people, that would definitely be a true statement,” she said.

“I don’t fuck the bad boys anymore. I now teach empowerment to women in the name of Boyfriend Jesus.”

The DVPOs aren’t protecting women… because women don’t want to be protected, except from husbands who might restrain her hybristophilia.



THIS Is How You Handle A Disaster

In addition to being a fun-sounding story, this is excellent logistics for emergency services.

Australian Navy Delivers 800 Gallons of Emergency Beer to Bushfire-Hit Town


By Simon Kent, 10 January 2020

The Royal Australian Navy was applauded Friday after one of its ships completed an emergency beer run to help resupply a pub besieged by bushfires.

More than a thousand people have been evacuated from the small town of Mallacoota in the state of Victoria, with the military sending landing craft to collect families trapped there since New Year’s Eve.

But after several shuttle runs and with the immediate emergency ebbing the navy delivered much-needed supplies, including a precious cargo of beer to thirsty survivors and bushfire responders, a department of defense spokesperson confirmed to AFP.

“The beer is not occupying unnecessary space on HMAS Choules and essential supplies were not offloaded to accommodate the beer,” the spokesperson added.

The emergency delivery included 20 kegs and four pallets of beer and cider for a town that usually has a population of around 1,000.

“A pub with no beer is bad enough at the best of times,” said Carlton and United Breweries CEO Peter Filipovic. “After what Mallacoota residents and firies have been through the least we could do is make sure they could enjoy a beer.”

“We’re not sure if the Navy has ever shipped beer to civilians before but these fires are an extraordinary disaster,” he added.

There’s no need to apologize for the beer run. People who haven’t been through a for-real, extended emergency have NO IDEA how important the little rituals of life are to psychological health. If you normally start your day with coffee then be sure your go bag has some instant in it.

There’s more to surviving a crisis than calories-per-day and austere medical techniques. I would argue that the psych aspect is even more important than food because the real harm is when people panic. (Admittedly, full bellies is a good way to prevent desperation. But again, that’s more than calories-per-day thinking.)

The 16,000-tonne UK-built relief ship HMAS Choules has been a steady presence off the Australian coast since the bushfires started last November.

Not only has it been assisting humans in need, it has also been happy to rescue pets and associated wildlife and take them to safety along with human cargo.

Pet rescue is also helpful to human emotional survival. Less so wildlife, but I doubt they’re actually rounding up frightened wild animals to house offshore in confined quarters.


Paul Krugman’s Turn Comes

This is my shocked face, that child pornography was found on a computer belonging to a high-ranking Democrat celebrity.

New York Times Columnist Paul Krugman Says Hacker Used His IP Address to Download Child Porn


By John Carney, 8 January 2020

Paul Krugman said Wednesday that his IP address had been “compromised” and used to download “child pornography.”

It would be nice if this was Trump starting to drain the swamp; alas, the more likely explanation is that the law of averages finally kicked in.

Krugman, a New York Times columnist and economics professor at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, speculated in a tweet that it “could be an attempt to Qanon me,” referring to the movement popular on many online message boards that believes an anonymous government insider, known as Q, is secretly leaking details of an epic battle between President Trump and the Deep State.

Please present your evidence, Mr. Krugman, for making such a specific accusation.

“Well, I’m on the phone with my computer security service, and as I understand it someone compromised my IP address and is using it to download child pornography. I might just be a random target. But this could be an attempt to Qanon me.

“It’s an ugly world out there.”

— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) January 8, 2020

Krugman was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 2008.

“I don’t know who did it, but it’s wasn’t me and might have been the leader of Gamergate!”

Krug is a perfect example of a liberal projecting his crimes upon his enemies in order to both get away with evil and justify his preexisting hatred. One would think that such a powerful organization of investigative journalists as the NYT would be all over this incident to protect one of their own. They won’t investigate because they know what they’ll find.

I should check that. *checks*

Oh, look! Krug deleted the tweet already. Maybe he realized that normal people don’t talk like that. Normal people don’t publicly give the world a heads-up that kiddie porn was found on their computer so they don’t need to worry if the cops show up. Normal people quietly go to the cops and cooperate. Normal people want the perp caught, not scared into hiding.

What do criminal conspirators do? They warn their allies when the heat is coming, because once arrests happen they all start taking plea bargains.



Hanoi Jane Is Still…Sexy???

I thought the treasonous bitch was dead, or at least senile. But no, she’s now the high priestess of Original Sin!

I Got Arrested With Jane Fonda While Protesting Climate Change. Here’s What It Taught Me.


By Sohil Malik, 8 January 2020

Sohil, if getting arrested taught you anything other than ‘hanging out with “Hanoi” Jane Fonda is a bad idea’ then you validate India’s nickname of Cuckistan.

Growing up, I endured perpetual teasing for being a stickler for the rules. In high school, you would have never found me in a teacher’s classroom pleading for a confiscated phone or in the principal’s office profusely apologizing for cheating. Hell, I was the only student in my fifth grade classroom to have never received detention. So if you had told me I’d be sitting in the back of a paddy wagon with my hands cuffed behind my back, I would have either laughed or cried miserably.

Lightweight. I was a hall monitor who won every fight.

But after an exhausting first semester of college, I was thrilled to begin my winter break by embarking on a journey with my best friend, Kesha.

If Kesha is female then there’s our first clue that Sohil is a mentally disturbed beta orbiter. She’s not his girlfriend, fiance or bitch, no, she’s a “best friend”.

We had booked a bus ticket to Washington, D.C. to attend a Fire Drill Fridays demonstration on the Southeast Lawn of the United States Capitol. Fire Drill Fridays is an organization founded by actor Jane Fonda that is working to encourage action against climate change and to promote the adoption of the Green New Deal. Inspired by climate activist Greta Thunberg, Fonda had temporarily moved to D.C. to hold weekly demonstrations on topics pertaining to the climate emergency.

If Greta ever inspired anything, it was playing hooky from school… which Sohil didn’t do. Nobody sane spends winter break promoting globalist evil in a strange city in the company of a female who refuses to put out.

We had initially heard of the organization after Fonda was arrested while protesting on the steps of the Capitol Building. Inspired, we decided to join the demonstration.

Da fuq? He was inspired by the chance to go to jail like he never wanted to? Was Sohil trying to impress the women in his life by becoming a bad boy with a rap sheet? Shit test FAILED, with authority!

The theme for that particular week was the public health crisis caused by climate change ― a key issue discussed in an environmental class I had just taken.

“Today in meteorology, class, we’ll learn how anthropogenic climate change is why you can’t find an affordable doctor. As usual, white cis-males are forbidden to ask questions for the remainder of this lecture.”

The rally featured a number of speakers who provided their expertise on the subject, including political activists Gloria Steinem and Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II.

Barber was ordained by the NAACP at age 15. He met his wife while marching in Jesse Jackson’s presidential campaign and later began a series of protests called “Moral Mondays”. Looks like Jane Fonda is still sucking up to Marxists with her “Fire Drill Fridays”.

Following the speeches, Fonda led those in attendance on a march to the Hart Senate Office Building. While marching, we all shouted chants and proudly carried signs calling for an end to the fossil fuel industry.

You gonna march back home, too, you fuckwitted moron? Remember you TOOK THE BUS to this protest against cheap energy? I cannot believe the hypocrisy going on in the Left! I know Leftism leads to people living in mud huts but never realized that that was the intended goal from the beginning. I always thought the mud hutting came as a total surprise to its advocates.

The real story, of course, is that the globalists want to crash the value of fossil fuels so they can buy up the sources for cheap. This is such painfully obvious market manipulation that I’m at a loss for how these BRAINLESS FOOLS can advocate for it. Don’t they hate the One Percenters?

We eventually came to a stop at the entrance of the Hart Senate Office Building, where we patiently waited our turn to go through security and resume protesting on the other side of the wall. We could see a number of police officers standing in the center of the lobby. That’s when we started to hear the murmurs and whispers of the crowd.

“Isn’t it funny how we’re going through security just to get arrested later?”

“Guys, make sure to have $50 and ID on you for bail.”

“Look at the time! We probably won’t be released from custody until 10 p.m.!”

Kesha and I looked at each other. A prominent feature of Fonda’s weekly demonstrations is the arrest of several protesters during the period of civil disobedience. At the time, Fonda herself had been arrested four times during previous demonstrations.

Prior to the protest, I had absolutely no intention of getting arrested. The plan had always been to support the cause by joining the protest and marching in solidarity with everyone else. The police were a signal for us to wish everyone good luck and to finally step away. Getting arrested was simply not on our agenda.

And yet as we waited to go through security, I didn’t immediately tremble or cower at the idea of getting arrested. Maybe it was the rush of adrenaline pumping through my veins; maybe it was my desire to continue fighting for the cause. Perhaps it was a mix of both.

Maybe it was mob psychology. Maybe like Jane Fonda, he loved the idea of demanding that the American people who treated him kindly allow him to get away with disobedience. Maybe he’s such a mindless cucking simp that he thought his “best friend” would be impressed that he was willing to break the law to win her love. Like Adam did for Eve?

Maybe he’s just natural-born cannon fodder.

Kesha and I continued to stare at each other until it became clear we were thinking of the same thing. I asked her if we were really about to do this. A few people standing nearby could easily sense our frantic state of contemplation. “You guys got this! We promise it isn’t as bad as you think. You’re standing on the right side of history!”

“She’s going to respect me so much more in the morning!”

Feeling empowered by our fellow protesters, we made the last-minute decision to risk being arrested. We quickly scavenged through our pockets and backpacks to pool together the money needed for our bail. I never imagined myself in this situation, but somehow what we were doing felt right. We were fighting for a cause we wholeheartedly believed in. In doing so, we hoped to contribute to positive change.

This story should have ended with Sohil’s deportation hearing. “I thought you were only going to charge me a little bail and let me go! I’m a foreign student who overstayed his visa then failed to comply, so I have rights!”

[I don’t actually know Sohil’s immigration status.]

Everyone gathered on the floor of the lobby and sat around a large banner. Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II led us in chants and hymns as the police officers began to issue warnings.

A picture of Leftists at church. The First Rebel must be proud of them.

We were each given three warnings until we were officially arrested. During my first two warnings, I simply nodded and carried on chanting with everyone else.

Things quickly became real when plastic handcuffs were placed around Kesha’s wrists and an officer accompanied her toward a nearby processing area. An officer then tapped me on the shoulder and issued a final warning. He asked if I understood I’d be arrested if I refused to move. I said yes. And with that, I was taken to the processing room.

“We know that the law is good if one uses it properly. We also know that the law is made not for the righteous but for lawbreakers and rebels…” 1 Timothy 1:8-9. In a Christian nation, those lawbreakers and rebels, worshiping one of America’s most notorious rebels, would have been terrified of justice.

Looks like the DC riot cops are pussies.

After giving up our belongings and being searched, we were driven to a garage/warehouse instead of a standard prison or jail. Kesha and I were among the earlier arrests and waited as other protesters arrived in batches. A total of 138 protesters were arrested. Fonda was one of the last to be arrested and, because her birthday was the next day, everyone (excluding the police officers) sang “Happy Birthday” to her as she entered the holding area.

THAT story should have ended with the DC cops hanging Fonda by the neck until dead, right then, right there, in front of her supporters, for treason against her country in time of war, as a birthday present from the nation she hated and used. Anybody who doubts her guilt can look up the pictures.

Throughout the evening, I had the opportunity to get to know those sitting around me. Not only did they provide me with a considerable amount of support, but they also offered to share their past experiences with me. Many had been protesting since the civil rights movement and their stories were riveting. I walked away from the warehouse feeling more inspired than ever before.

Eventually, we were released and given back our belongings. Kesha jumped into the air as she shouted, ”Best day ever!” while making sure all her things were in order. I couldn’t help but agree.

Being Christian, I have never before given this advice… but Sohil needs to shag a prostitute, like, yesterday. This level of cucking is painful just to watch.

During the entire bus ride home, I feared how my parents would react. You can imagine how surprised I was when I learned upon telling them the news that they wanted to participate in an upcoming demonstration with me.


Paraphrasing a recent quote by Fonda, people have a responsibility to use their privilege for something good. It doesn’t require breaking the law or getting arrested to fight for a good cause. We must continue to organize and to write to our representatives to bring about and demand change. Today, I am proud to be standing on the right side of history.

You cuck-witted fool, you aren’t even on the right side of your not-a-girlfriend.

These people are soul-sick… worshipers of the First Rebel, the devil. Sohil is the very image of Adam in Eden, defying legitimate authority in the mind-blowingly stupid hope that Eve will love him after he martyrs his clean criminal record for her.


The Purity Movement In Review

One benefit to being a Christian in Current Year is easy access to what your enemies think of you. Here, a couple survivors of the Purity Movement weigh in. Female survivors, of course. Living in NYC.

How the ‘extreme abstinence’ of the purity movement created a sense of shame in evangelical women


10 December 2019

Millennial evangelicals are speaking out about the heightened emphasis on sexual purity that characterized their upbringing in that subculture.

Their link is to an NPR interview. Millennial, sure, but devout, hmm.

Joshua Harris, a former pastor who became one of the most public faces of the purity culture movement in the United States with his 1997 book “I Kissed Dating Goodbye,” recently renounced his views and very publicly left evangelicalism. When his book came out, it was widely read and led many evangelicals to believe that the best path through adolescence and to a fulfilling happy marriage was the embrace of purity culture.

So, what exactly is the purity movement all about?

It’s about Churchianity, specifically, the fear of Snowflake Daddies everywhere that no man is good enough for his empowered daughter. It’s taken forms from unsexy young Christian men being tricked into promising to wait potentially forever until Barbie is ready to settle, to father/daughter dating and dancing because no “boy” will ever be good enough.

Fortunately, this piece wasn’t a simple conflation of Josh Harris with Christianity.

Culture of abstinence

The label purity culture has a range of meanings. Many use it in its most literal form to refer to efforts, especially in conservative Protestant Christianity, to promote sexual abstinence prior to marriage.

But beginning in the 1990s some groups within conservative U.S. Protestantism began promoting an organized strategy to convince young people that the Bible requires a much more restrictive code, what one author has called “extreme abstinence.”

In 1993, for example, the Southern Baptist Convention launched its “True Love Waits” campaign, seeking to promote sexual abstinence among Christian youth with conferences, concerts and purity pledges. These are reminiscent of 19th-century evangelical temperance pledges, in which people signed a pledge to abstain from alcohol.

Advocates of extreme abstinence advise women to be appropriately submissive, not pursue leadership roles and not speak out too much in mixed company. That may mean avoiding mixed company except in tightly regulated circumstances, such as with parents present. All of these concerns become part of how “purity” is understood.

They were doing well until this latest paragraph. Seems like women are okay with being sexless (so far as polite society needs to know) in return for indulging other forms of penis envy.

In this view, purity is much more than just refraining from premarital sex and dressing modestly. As I write in my book, “Building God’s Kingdom,” they replace dating with “courtship” that is pursued under the direction of the young woman’s father. Courtship in this case means that all interaction between young men and women must be explicitly for the purpose of pursuing marriage and under the permission and oversight of the young woman’s father.

The expectation is that “pure” young women will remain under the authority of their fathers until they trade it for the authority of their husbands – in marriages arranged by their fathers.

Again, they’re crossing the streams of Biblical standards. The purity movement wasn’t about WOMEN being under fatherly authority, it’s about all their potential husbands being under her fatherly authority. Which is not Biblical patriarchy at all.

Both men and women are expected to remain sexually pure. This includes abstaining from sex, but it also extends to avoiding lustful thoughts. For the young women, being “pure” also means being responsible for the boys and men around them and comporting themselves in ways that do not “tempt” others to sin.

Only men were to avoid lustful thoughts. Women we presumed to not have any. Conversely, Christian women do have an explicit standard to be modest.

Purity balls and pledges

In purity culture, as I found in my research, a woman’s entire purpose is to appeal to a godly young man whom she can serve as a wife in whatever work God has called him to do. The woman’s sexual purity is what is of most value to the man.

These views are taught in many ways, but a common example comes from youth groups and summer camps where a pastor or camp director passes around a chewed piece of gum, telling the young women if they fail to protect their purity that is how they would appear to a Christian man looking for a godly wife.

I never heard that one but it sounds useful.

This exercise prompted condom manufacturer Trojan to launch a 2019 campaign called “You Are Not Chewed Gum.”

It WAS useful!

Other groups joined in marketing chastity throughout the 1990s with purity rings, books, concerts and father-daughter “purity balls.” A purity ball is a father-daughter formal dance in which the daughters make a commitment to purity culture and fathers vow to protect their daughters’ purity.

Typically by driving off all the nervous Bucky Beta suitors while Princess climbs over the back fence to sportfuck.

These activities in general, but purity balls in particular, were especially pervasive in Christian schools and the Christian home school movement and in the churches affiliated with them.

Shame and trauma
As the children raised in these evangelical communities have grown to adulthood, a dark picture has emerged of a movement that has promoted shame and sexual ignorance.

Unfortunately true, but let’s see if these folks fall into the same trap the Churchians did.

Evangelical women have shared their stories of being shamed. There has been a a television documentary, and a new book explores the impact of those teachings on the everyday lives of young women raised in the culture. Social media has been an important way of connecting with each other for support.

Author Linda Kay Klein, who grew up in this culture herself, interviewed women to document how these teachings led to guilt and shame as well as profound ignorance about sex and sexuality.

Not bad, allowing for age, so she was probably raised more right than she’d like to admit.


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Before Linda Kay Klein had a routine X-ray at the age of 23, she insisted the nurse gave her a pregnancy test so she would be “better safe than sorry.”

It was one of many such tests Klein had undergone over the previous few years because of her fear of having a baby out of wedlock.

Never mind that she was still a virgin.

That’s not purity movement. That’s public education in modern ‘Murica.

Now 39 and living in Manhattan, Klein has written “Pure: Inside the Evangelical Movement that Shamed a Generation of Young Women and How I Broke Free” (Touchstone, out now). Part memoir, part cultural commentary, it chronicles her complex relationship with religion and sex.

“The good girl/bad girl thing is our default way of thinking,” Klein said. “I want to draw attention to the dangers of sexual shaming and purity teachings.”

The writer, who works as a consultant in the nonprofit sector, became a born-again Christian at the age of 13, following in the footsteps of her mother. Klein signed her so-called “purity pledge” at a regional youth gathering in her native Wisconsin two years later, in 1994.

Growing up, she’d been told by pastors and church teachers that she was a “stumbling block” of temptation for boys and men. This was largely presented as her problem, not theirs: It was made clear that she would be cast as a Jezebel — with her character corrupted — if she had sex before marriage.

Women always blame the men. Rightfully in the context of father/daughter dances, wrongly in the case of men being easily aroused by hot young chicks.

These issues continued into her 20s when, still a virgin, she attended Sarah Lawrence College and, later, New York University. By then, she had turned her back on Evangelism after beginning to doubt aspects of its theology — and after a youth pastor at her old church was convicted of the sexual enticement of a 12-year-old girl.

Ah, Churchianity. “Girls should stay virgin for the husband she won’t need after completing her PhD.” Could they have been more stupid about human sexuality?

End segue

Many young adults raised in this subculture have said that they still battle shame and trauma as a result of these teachings, making it difficult to develop healthy adult sexual relations.

The trauma of rape and sexual assault are made worse when women are taught to blame themselves as a result of the crimes against them.

Nobody does that. Although it wouldn’t hurt to teach women to fear and avoid such threats instead of empowerment.

But these teachings serve important social functions in the context in which they persist. As I’ve written in my book “Evangelical Christian Women,” rigid gender norms characterized by women’s submission and male authority are at the very heart of the evangelical subculture. Purity culture reinforces that structure.

They learned that after moving to NYC, not before. There’s a difference between “enjoying sex” and “female rebellion”.

Moreover, in evangelicalism, what makes a person a Christian is having had a conversion experience, sometimes called being “born again” or saved. The conversion experience involves experiencing an overwhelming sense of guilt and a strong desire to seek forgiveness for sins.

Repentance, not forgiveness. You don’t have to beat yourself up over past evil, you just have to turn around and work against it.

Many evangelicals then want to protect their own children from the temptations that lead to that very experience of guilt necessary for conversion.

Purity culture encourages fundamentally unattainable gender norms and purity requirements: that is, not only must unmarried people abstain from sex, but that merely thinking about sex risks eternal damnation. These rules create a powerful sense of shame and failure by design, even when there is no other “sin” that would seem worthy of hell.

I suspect that Baby Boomers, after their generation threw off all sexual restraint, when they became parents themselves, overcompensated as an alternative to admitting their own misconduct. Particularly the first-generation-feral mothers resenting their more-attractive daughters.

Throw in a massive shipment of Marxist overlords who want America dead to spread additional squid ink on the topic.

That sense of shame and failure creates the need for exactly what the evangelical tradition provides: salvation.

No, shame and failure do not lead to salvation. Recognition of evil, both the concept and one’s personal contributions to it, lead to salvation… assuming one has a problem with the existence of evil.

That’s probably how the Churchians went wrong. Unwilling to condemn themselves for their own rebellious behavior, they over-controlled their children in fear that they would turn out the same rebellious way they did. For the same reason, they were vengefully suspicious of any young man showing interest in their daughter.

Overprotected daughters and sons presumed guilty until proven innocent. That’s what the purity movement was.