Rodents To Humans: We Miss You!

The Chinavirus narratives are coming apart like a post-Trump Democrat Party. This emotional plea to the environmentalists is quite the farce.

Coronavirus: Starving cannibal rats in search of new food sources becoming ‘aggressive’, CDC warns

By Justin Vallejo, 26 May 2020

The next time somebody asks you why you think the CDC is full of lying shit, offer them this article.

Having already resorted to cannibalism and infanticide, rats in cities across the US have reportedly started behaving even more “unusually” as they branch out in search of new food sources during coronavirus lock-downs.

The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention issued a warning of “unusual or aggressive” rodents in areas with restaurants, bars and other commercial establishments closed over a prolonged period to slow the spread of Covid-19.

The vermin eating our trash are getting upset that trash isn’t being generated anymore? The CDC has time for kind of foolishness? I can see the fast-food dumpsters are at least as full as ever. Sounds like a few businesses haven’t been following the local health codes prior to this grossly misnamed pandemic.

“Community-wide closures have led to a decrease in food available to rodents, especially in dense commercial areas,” the CDC said.

[Insert crack about rabid environmentalists.]

“Some jurisdictions have reported an increase in rodent activity as rodents search for new sources of food. Environmental health and rodent control programmes may see an increase in service requests related to rodents and reports of unusual or aggressive rodent behaviour.”

How cute! They miss us!

The warning of a further escalation in rodent aggression comes after starving rats were reported to be at war with each other in the early days of the coronavirus lockdowns of early April.

This is not OK, Karen.

Bobby Corrigan, a rodentologist who specialises in vermin, told NBC News that rats were fighting to the death for who would survive.

“A new ‘army’ of rats comes in, and whichever army has the strongest rats is going to conquer that area. When you’re really, really hungry, you’re not going to act the same — you’re going to act very bad, usually.”

“So these rats are fighting with one another, now the adults are killing the young in the nest and cannibalizing the pups.”

Corrigan lives in New York City. I wish normies would start waking up to why that city is constantly in the news, alongside other indicators that our Elites live in a tightly-policed bubble of pseudoreality.

It has been over a month since the rodents began eating their babies, and the CDC is now urging health practitioners to advise residents and business owners on how to keep the roving rat packs out of homes as they search for new food sources.

Just don’t take the government’s money.

“Preventive actions include sealing up access into homes and businesses, removing debris and heavy vegetation, keeping garbage in tightly covered bins, and removing pet and bird food from their yards,” the CDC said.

Real Americans are tidy enough that we know this news isn’t for our ears. Migrants bring biodiversity!

Among the rodent-borne illnesses directly transmitted by rats are the plague, rat-bite fever, salmonellosis, and Weil’s disease.

No bubonic plague? Guess we ain’t taking about California for once.

At a press conference in March, New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell…

Just the name gave me flashbacks to the ghetto.

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…said the lockdowns were “driving our rodents crazy” with a viral video showing a swarm of rats scurrying through an empty Bourbon Street.

“And what rodents do, they will find food and they will find water. That puts our street homeless in dire, dire straits. And that’s why I’m so laser-focused on it right now,” she reportedly said.

Nawlins is a swamp. They’d have rats regardless.

In Chicago, there have been reports of infestations in housing blocks as rats scour the city in search of food.

And rival gangs!

In New York, however, rat complaints are down across the city since the coronavirus lockdowns began, with the NYC Health Department resuming its pest control work in areas with high rat activity.

All the way at the end of the article, we learn that NYC is *no longer* a hotspot of vermin activity… ever since the Health Department’s not-Coronavirus personnel were finally deemed essential once again. This is a nothing ratburger of Leftoid cities being hellpits full of vermin, which we already knew from mainstream news personalities.

For the socialist, all consequences of social policy are unintended consequences because they aren’t trying to improve the world. They’re trying to improve their feelings or scam a fistful of dollars. By way of example, I looked up the CDC guidelines that this article referenced:

Turns out, the CDC has an entire, preexisting section on rodent control. That’s fine, rodents are a notorious disease vector, but notice from the URL that this guideline is in the CHINA-19 section. CHINA-19 is not spread by starving rats… possibly the only disease that isn’t?

Rodent Control

Jurisdictions have closed or limited service at restaurants and other commercial establishments to help limit the spread of COVID-19. Rodents rely on the food and waste generated by these establishments. Community-wide closures have led to a decrease in food available to rodents, especially in dense commercial areas. Some jurisdictions have reported an increase in rodent activity as rodents search for new sources of food. Environmental health and rodent control programs may see an increase in service requests related to rodents and reports of unusual or aggressive rodent behavior.

This is not a C-virus-related problem. This is a “filthy restaurant no longer dumping its trash on the sidewalk” problem.

During rodent-related service calls and inspections, environmental health practitioners should advise residents and business owners to eliminate conditions that may attract and support rodent presence. Preventive actions include sealing up access into homes and businesses, removing debris and heavy vegetation, keeping garbage in tightly covered bins, and removing pet and bird food from their yards.

These guidelines should be posted along the U.S./Mexican border… preferably on big, beautiful walls.

After natural disasters like hurricanes, communities often experience a decline in rodent populations, followed by an increase in rodent populations as commercial activity returns to normal. Environmental health programs should continue rodent monitoring and control activities after these events.

Rodent bait stations may become a more attractive food source for rodents, so stations may need to be serviced more often. It is important to monitor rodent activity during this time and develop indicators to help inform rodent control strategies. Integrated Pest Management: Conducting Urban Rodent Surveyspdf icon and Rodent Control After a Disaster provide useful information on monitoring rodents.

Who copy-pasted this natural disaster guideline into the infectious-disease section?

Follow established guidelines when cleaning up after rodent infestations to prevent exposure to rodent-borne diseases. Fleas are common on rodents. In areas of heavy rodent infestations, workers should consider using a repellant registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as effective against fleas to prevent flea bites and minimize exposure to fleaborne disease.

Miss #1: The people who need to be told that fleas are bad cannot obey this guideline because they are trespassing criminals who don’t speak English.

Miss #2: “Gov’t-approved workers should give gov’t-approved advice on the proper use of gov’t-approved equipment. Please consult informational brochure 13-666 ‘Big Brother Always Knows What’s Best For You’.”

Miss #3: Some useless government drone got paid to excrete this guideline. A socialist, obviously, because instead of trying to achieve a beneficial consequence, they tried to justify their salary and feel good about saving the world.

Miss #4: In all of this, they somehow failed to mention Los Angeles City Hall.


Skateboarding Rebels World Tour!

Bless their insolent hearts, unmasked enthusiasm and drunken swaggers! Fun shall not be locked down!

Venice Beach!


Clean up resumed early Monday with a few people, then it grew throughout the morning to a large number of people coming down to help out. More shovels and buckets were brought over. All ages pitched in, even the non-skaters jumped in and started shoveling out sand…

San Clemente!


And now:

The city dumped 37 tons of sand on their skatepark as part of COVID lockdown, so skaters used it to ride dirt bikes. Then they dug up the sand and continued skating.

‘Checkmate government dweebs’

Last week, the city of San Clemente, California, decided to dump 37 tons of sand on a local skatepark in order to prevent kids from skating during the coronavirus lockdown. But just a few days later, local skaters were shredding again.

A group of determined skaters brought dustpans, shovels, and buckets to the park over the weekend in order to dig up the sand. Remarkably, by Sunday evening, much of the skatepark was usable.

The dig-up was filmed by motocross videographer Connor Ericsson, who headed over to the skatepark to help the effort and use the sand as a dirt bike course.

“Took advantage of all the sand the city dumped into the San Clemente skatepark then helped some local skaters dig it all out so they could do some social shredding,” read the caption of Ericsson’s Instagram post Sunday, which showed him riding his bike in the park and then digging up the sand. …

One Twitter user posted the Instagram videos on his Twitter account with the caption: “LOOOL checkmate government dweebs … Turning skatepark into a dirt bike track now.”

San Clemente Skatepark Coalition, the local nonprofit that raised $50,000 to light the park, said that the city didn’t even reach out to contact them before deciding to dump the sand. …

Now, city officials will likely have another decision to make as the park is once again effectively up and running.


Skateboarders may have drawn a line in the sand after the city of Pittsburgh shut down their neighborhood skateboard park. Only hours after Pittsburgh dumped sand on a skate park to prevent people from skating, a pile of sand was deposited at Pittsburgh’s city hall in what very well could be a dirty form of revenge.

The Polish Hill skate park was transformed into a sandbox after Pittsburghers continued to use the park despite the stay-at-home lockdown. Pittsburgh Department of Public Works Director Mike Gable said they locked up the park, but people cut the locks to gather at the park.

“We don’t take any pride or pleasure in doing this,” Gable said on Thursday. “The park is closed and we kept the gate locked, but they cut the lock or the chain or they hopped over the fence. People have to listen to what the directive is and the directive is social distancing.

Yeah, Mike? Well, listen to THIS!

Hours after the Steel City shut down the skating park, a pile of sand was left at the doorway to Pittsburgh’s City-County Building, which is 2.5 miles from the Polish Hill skate park.

Public Safety spokesman Chris Togneri said police were investigating the sand dump at the revolving door of city hall, but declined to comment if the incident was revenge for the skate park getting closed. If this was retaliation for the skate park, this would be one interesting way to tell the city government to go pound sand.

I assume the police “investigated” because the alternative was spending five minutes to clean it up.


For the past 10 weeks Australia’s capital city streets have been turned into giant skate parks, providing a once in a lifetime opportunity for urban boarders.

One Sydney skate shop said business has been booming since the stay-at-home orders were introduced in March. …

‘I just knew the city was going to be empty and I thought there probably won’t be too many securing guards to kick me out either,’ Australian Olympic hopeful Aimee Massie told Daily Mail Australia.

The once fringe sport was set to make its debut at the 2020 Tokyo Games before it was postponed until 2021 due to the deadly pandemic.

Fellow skater Jeremy Estigoy said hill-bombing Sydney’s CBD was a surreal feeling.

‘It was like a post-apocalyptic ghost town. Like a zombie movie,’ the 24-year-old said.

With laws around skateboarding for exercise somewhat unclear under the strict lockdown measures, Mr Estigoy said he wasn’t sure whether he could head outside.

According to the rules, skateboarding for exercise or transport was permitted, but riding for recreation was not.

‘When I saw people riding bikes around I thought, this is my form of exercise and it’s also my work because I need to get footage for sponsors,’ he said.

Sounds legit! You do you, kid.

‘I ran into heaps of other skaters because they all had the same idea.’

ALL of you kids! Bwahaha! Get on my lawn!


Three adrenaline-junkie skateboarders take advantage of empty Toronto expressway during lockdown but get slapped with a $110 fine

Three opportunistic skateboarders took advantage of an empty expressway during the coronavirus lockdown by riding down an off-ramp.

The chancers dressed in dark-coloured clothes ride their boards and perform flips and tricks on the three-lane road in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Traffic on the road is light but a handful of cars can be seen in the distance approaching the riders along a Gardiner Expressway ramp.

The link has video!

Toronto traffic police said: ‘We are seeing more and more of these grand standing and publicity seeking stunts.

They didn’t dress in all black to get publicity. They did it for fun and a fast getaway!

‘The Toronto Police do NOT condone this behaviour and will investigate those who choose to act in this way.’

Constable David Hopkinson told Global News Canada that the law considers skateboarders as pedestrians and pedestrians are not allowed on the highway.

He also said the particular situation was a safety issue.

‘They’re all dressed in black and it was getting dark. If one of them fell a car would have a hard time seeing him,’ Hopkinson said.

The Toronto Star reported each of the skateboards was handed a $110 fine for their risky journey.

That’s all??? *Gunner Q glances at the inline skates in his closet.*


Skateboarding: Lockdown spurs 11-year-old Brazilian to shatter skating record–lockdown-spurs-11-year-old-brazilian-to-shatter-skating-record-12719926

REUTERS: The closure of schools in Brazil due to the coronavirus pandemic gave 11-year-old prodigy Gui Khury plenty of time to perfect his skateboarding skills as he became the first person to land a 1080-degree turn on a vertical ramp.

More than two decades after Tony Hawk completed the first 900-degree turn, Khury shattered a long-standing record by flying off the top of a ramp and completing three full spins in the air before landing cleanly and skating off. The manoeuvre has long been one of the holy grails of skateboarding.

The isolation for the coronavirus helped because he had a life that was about school and he didn’t have a lot of time to train, when he got home from school he was tired,” the skater’s father Ricardo Khury Filho told Reuters.

It’s official: SCHOOL SUCKS!

“So now he is at home more, he eats better and he has more time to train and can focus more on the training so that has helped.

“He has an opportunity to train here, if he didn’t have (the skate facilities) … he would be stuck at home like everyone else and unable to do sport. So the isolation helped him focus.”

During lockdown, Khury’s family make the 20-minute journey to his grandmother’s house on most days to deliver food and drop him off so that he can train on the vertical ramp, bowl and street course they had built in her back garden.

It was on that ramp that the pre-teen completed his historic feat.

He was already the youngest skateboarder to complete the 900-degree turn, a feat he pulled off aged eight.

“I was like, oh my God, what did I just do?” Gui Khury told Reuters on Sunday, two days after achieving his historic 1080. “I was just like OK, I landed it. Now I am going to celebrate.”

The boy’s celebration was “mac and cheese at home” with his family.


Jon Steingard: Another Casualty of Boyfriend Jesus

I could have told you, by appearance alone, that this celebrity rock star was not a real Christian:

Is there a more homosexual hairdo than that in all of reality? What skunk died to save him from willful baldness? While haircuts do not cause unbelief in God, they certainly can be symptoms of a belief being strangled by the cares of this world because God is patriarchy personified.

Jon Steingard, Lead Singer of Christian Band Hawk Nelson, Announces He Has Stopped Believing In God

Jon Steingard, the long-time lead singer of the Christian music band Hawk Nelson, announced on Instagram that he no longer believes in God.

“I’ve been terrified to post this for a while – but it feels like it’s time for me to be honest. I hope this is not the end of the conversation, but the beginning. I hope this is encouraging to people who might feel the same but are as afraid to speak as I am. I want to be open. I want to be transparent with you all – and also open to having my heart changed in the future. I am not looking for a debate at all – just a chance to share my story in the hopes some good can come from it. I love you all.”

Okay, no debate and we’ll see what good can be milked from this. Better an honest atheist than… what he was before.

According to a comment on Hawk Nelson’s website, Steingard’s bandmates knew that he had been struggling for a while:

“As some of you know Jon and Jess embarked on the family life this year with the addition of Lil G, aka Grey. He’s the bomb diggity, but after no sleep and lots of adjusting, I saw it take a toll on Jon personally. I knew family was more important than this album, so I asked him to put it all on hold. Maybe forever, maybe until it was right. These guys I get to share this band with, are family. And family should always come first. It made me question just how hard we should be pushing to “make” this album … But Jon blew me away, again, as he does each and every album. He doubled down. We and you and all got deep into prayer and asked for help.”

Family does not come first for the Christian. God comes first. Speaking of group associations…

Based on my hairdo methodology, both guys on the right are not Christian. Jon and… not sure… these guys change their appearances frequently and dramatically. Anyway, we’ll see if history proves me right.

The leftmost guy is probably the drummer to judge from his arm muscles, not that that’s a high standard for this group. Second from left is probably a Bucky Beta Christian.

According to Steingard, he was a pastor’s child and grew up with Christianity having a major influence in his life since childhood. Steingard was the oldest of three children and he started learning how to play the guitar when he was nine years old, according to News Release Today.

“Pastor’s kid” is the Protestant equivalent to “altar boy”.

Steingard married Jessica Hubbard in March of 2007 and they lived in Nashville, Tennessee, according to News Release Today. The couple moved to San Diego, California where they currently live. Steingard is also a filmmaker and director at Steingard Creative.

Oh you fool, Jon. You moved to the Land of His-Fault Divorce after getting married!

Steingard said his family was always about the church and grew up with a shared belief so “central to everything, you simply adopt it.” Steingard said that he was an ardent follower of Christianity, praying for signs and participating in church, youth groups, conferences and ministry. However, even then, he said he was disturbed by some of the things he saw:

“Praying in public always felt like some kind of weird performance art. Emotional cries such as “Holy Spirit come fill this place” always felt clunky and awkward leaving my lips. A youth conference I attended encouraged every teen to sign a pledge that they would “date Jesus” for a year. It felt manipulative and unsettling to me. I didn’t sign it.”

That’s a typical experience of the charismatic side of Christianity and Jon is perfectly normal to find it manipulative and unsettling. He proceeded to a Baptist-style denomination where his doubts continued:

Steingard said he reflexively ignored his doubts and thought he was overthinking it. However, he said he eventually started questioning the problem of evil and specifically, “natural evil” — hurricanes, disease, etc.

Cracks appeared in the Boyfriend-Jesus deity. “He wants me to be happy… but this world He made is full of suffering and evil?”

He said he became disturbed by how God’s change in demeanor from the Old Testament to the New Testament as well as how much killing he realized was a part of the Bible. He also said he was disturbed about contradictions he found in the Bible and was dissatisfied with the answers he got.

Both Jon’s father and Jon’s father-in-law were pastors. Neither could explain that the OT God is the same as the NT God. That’s pathetic. Sometimes a man’s son freely chooses against God despite being raised well but that is not Jon’s situation.

I was asking about a verse in 1 Timothy that seems really oppressive of women. It indicates that women shouldn’t be in church leadership, shouldn’t teach men and shouldn’t wear their hair in braids. To me, that seemed less like the message of the loving God that most Christians believe in now, and more like the ideas that would have been present in the culture at the time … a male-dominated society where women were treated less like equals and more like property.

This is old hat to us Red Pilled. Interesting that he believes a loving God is one that would treat women as being equal to men when even secular biology puts the lie to that.

Steingard said his father-in-law, also a pastor, told him to read the Bible in its original Greek. But Steingard said the thought that the Bible was imperfect sent him spiraling into a depression.

This, THIS is why I have nothing but scorn for clergy who resort to dead language editions of Scripture when people come to him with doubts. “You’re not smart enough to understand what you believe! You’d be a better Christian if you were better ekshu-caydid! I’m so smart, I can’t explain what I can read in five different languages!”

I hope God kneecaps that pastor as cruelly as he kneecapped his son’s faith.

Once I found that I didn’t believe the Bible was the perfect Word of God — it didn’t take long to realize that I was no longer sure he was there at all. That thought terrified me. It sent me into a tailspin … Over the past year I’ve occasionally mentioned publicly my struggles with depression. This is what really kicked that off.

A logical conclusion. If God doesn’t care enough to communicate clearly with humanity then is there any point to God being involved with humanity in the first place?

He said questions about his faith, and especially what he should teach his children, “led me into a very dark place for a while.”

In his post, Steingard said he could no longer hide the struggle he was having with his faith and felt like it would be disingenuous to withhold it, describing it as a sweater that unraveled over the years:

The process of getting to that sentence has been several years in the making. It didn’t happen overnight or all of a sudden. It’s been more like pulling on the threads of a sweater, and one day discovering that there was no more sweater left.

The more he tried to lean on Christianity, the more his career pressured him to “walk the talk”, the more he realized the Church was a social club for emotionally fragile frauds.

He also said that he was “stunned” by how many other Christians he knew who felt the same.

No Hell is hot enough for the modern clergy-cuck. The damage they have done to Christ, to society and to their own children is OFF THE CHARTS.

Steingard noted that with the band being less productive, he had less to lose — “… we’ve all found other work and careers to focus on for the time being. In order to make sure I’m able to keep providing for my family, that had to be the case before I could be totally honest — and that fact is one of the issues I have with the church and Christian culture in general.”

Jon looks like a fairy fag because he was taught that men and women are the same… thus, looking effeminate is a way to worship God… thus, I could look at his dead-skunk-do and know that this man does not know masculinity. He does not know Father God.

And with human fathers like he had, it’s no wonder he ended up that way.


California Gives Limited Permission To Worship God

And it’s hailed as good news! I can scarcely believe how easily the enemies of Christ have seized total control of society.

California Issues Guidelines for Church Reopenings

25 May 2020

The headline really says it all. First, the State closed churches–a crime against America’s secular laws–and they didn’t even need police to enforce it. Now they dictate the terms that churches must abide by in order to be permitted to hold services again and the only pushback is clergy demanding vaccines before they reopen. And just to put the cherry on top, THEY BANNED THE COLLECTION PLATES. If anything was going to shift a Cuckservative off his ass, it would surely have been that.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Religious services in California will look much different under rules unveiled Monday that limit attendance to 100 people and recommend worshippers wear masks, limit singing and refrain from shaking hands or hugging.

They keep using the phrase “new normal”. I’m the only person in my meatspace freaking out about it. Everybody else has already forgotten what a handshake is.

The state released guidance under which county health departments can approve the reopening of churches, mosques, synagogues and other houses of worship. They have been closed since Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a stay-at-home order in March to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

It’s not immediately known how soon in-person services will resume. Counties that are having success controlling the virus are likely to move quickly. Others with outbreaks — such as Los Angeles County, which has about 60% of California’s roughly 3,800 deaths — may choose to delay.

The guidelines ask worshippers to wear masks, avoid sharing prayer books or prayer rugs and skip the collection plate. They also say to avoid large gatherings for holidays, weddings and funerals and warn that activities such as singing or group recitation “negate” the benefits of social distancing.

One wonders if the “guidelines” are mandatory. We’ll never know because not a single church is willing to disobey enough to find out.

It pisses me off that they’re careful to ban weddings and funerals. As if any plague in history has ever been spread by those, or any people celebrated them by picking each other’s noses. How much more blatant do they need to make social engineering before people recognize it as social engineering?

The guidelines say even with physical distancing, in-person worship carries a higher risk of transmitting the virus and increasing the numbers of hospitalizations and deaths and recommend houses of worship shorten services.

Each county will have to adopt rules for services to resume within their jurisdictions and then the guidelines will be reviewed by state health officials after 21 days. The guidelines include limiting gatherings to 25% of building capacity or 100 people, whichever is lower.

Too many people in churches and restaurants will spread disease. Too many people in Walmart and the liquor store will not.

In Los Angeles County, Rabbi Shalom Rubanowitz of the Shul on the Beach in Venice Beach said he hopes his congregation can meet for this week’s Shavuot holiday, to celebrate when Jews received the Torah.

Thus proving it’s the atheists pushing this anti-human agenda, not the Jews this time.

The congregation will have to figure out how to provide temperature checks and provide a place for individual prayer books and shawls. Orthodox Jews do not use technology during the Sabbath and may not carry most personal items.

I don’t believe that temperature checks is an effective way of determining whether somebody is sick. Its purpose is most likely humiliation… ditto the wearing of ineffective cloth masks.

Some church leaders aren’t eager to reopen. The Rev. Amos Brown, pastor of Third Baptist Church in San Francisco and head of the local NAACP chapter, led a protest Monday against reopening.

“We are not going to be rushing back to church,” he said by phone, noting that many leaders of his denomination have been sickened or died nationwide.

Yeah, in Chicago. Of lead poisoning.

Freedom of religion is “not the freedom to kill folks, not the freedom to put people in harm’s way. That’s insane,” he said.

Many have been eagerly waiting an announcement on religious services after Newsom began relaxing constraints on stores and other secular outlets as part of a four-phase plan to reopen the economy.

I spent the last weekend helping a friend empty product out of his storefront… never to reopen. He was smart. He noticed that the banks that got free money from the Feds turned around to LOAN that free money out, when he had no idea when he’s be allowed by the government to make revenue again, and he said no to that usurious bullshit. It was the right call but it ended his store.

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange announced last week that it is phasing in public Masses beginning June 14, starting with restricted numbers of worshippers. At first, choirs will be banned, fonts won’t contain holy water and parishioners won’t perform rituals where they must touch each other.

You know what happens when the church obeys the State? God does not get worshiped the way He wants. I’m sure the Big Guy accepts that the welfare of humans is far more important than any show of respect towards Him could be. It’s not like all of reality revolves around God! That’s not just me being sarcastic, that’s RCC policy:

“We know that God is with us, but at the same time we have to be careful and make sure that we protect each other in this challenging time,” Bishop Kevin Vann said Friday.

Some 47 of the state’s 58 counties have received permission to move deeper into the reopening by meeting standards for controlling the virus. The state on Monday cleared the way for in-store shopping to resume statewide with social distancing restrictions, although counties get to decide whether to permit it.

The social distancing restrictions are intended to be permanent per every iteration of reopening guidelines I’ve seen.

Some places of worship around the country opened over the weekend after President Donald Trump declared them essential and the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released guidelines for reopening faith organizations.

Some “places of worship” back the Trump guidelines while other back the Newscum guidelines, but none of them defy government enough to practice Communion.

Places of worship, eugh. They’re called churches! And to Saudi Arabia with any offended Muslims!

In California, most houses of worship have complied with social distancing, making do with online, remote and a few drive-in services.

It’s ironic that I, a man who refuses to attend church, cares more about how well the churches obey God than the churches themselves do. But that’s why I left, because the churches were social clubs in heavenly drag and I couldn’t live a lie.

In the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Archbishop Jose Gomez called on parishes to celebrate Pentecost — a major religious day for many Christians — next Sunday by holding food and blood drives.

“I think it is important for all us of to be aware that this is a very dangerous illness, and we are making sure that everything is OK when we come back and celebrate the Eucharist together,” he said.

Gomez you Christ-hater, if you’re healthy enough to donate blood then you’re healthy enough to survive sharing the bread & wine. Were you waiting for an excuse to stop worshiping God? You gave it up as quickly as you could.

But several thousand churches have vowed to defy the current stay-at-home order on Pentecost, arguing they can do so safely.

Safely as in social distancing by Trump’s rules, not safely as in risking “some small boils” in the name of Christ. What if some of us don’t care whether it’s safe to worship God? There’s not one church in North America for us.

Two church services that already were held without authorization have been sources of outbreaks; one in Mendocino County and the other in Butte County.

Newsom’s cautious approach to reopening has angered opponents who claim the rules violate religious freedoms.

A Pentecostal church in San Diego County lost a federal appeal Friday in its quest to reopen immediately. The South Bay United Pentacostal Church of Chula Vista immediately filed an appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court.

Stop asking permission. Start disobeying. It’s why you clergy draw a salary, so you can survive persecution more easily than isolated dissidents.

The nonprofit Center for American Liberty, which has filed several lawsuits over church restrictions, said the guidelines don’t go far enough.

Newsom “lacks authority to dictate to California’s faithful, how they may worship,” said Harmeet Dhillon, a San Francisco lawyer and the group’s CEO. “Let people who wish to worship safely and together, do so.”

I cannot believe that a San Francisco lawyer is honest. *checks Wikipedia* Dhillon is a Dot-Indian, former vice chairwoman of the now-defunct California Republican Party, ally of both the ACLU and Kamala Harris and has represented James Damore and Andy Ngo. Yep, she’s a political insider, working both sides of the political divide.

Modern clergy are disgusting, Godless worms who compost the State’s God-hating excrement. They’ve so effectively killed off belief in Christ Jesus that ordinary people are practically begging the government to become their new deity. In fact, the people are so cooperative with the New World Order, er, the “new normal”, that the State doesn’t even need its usual jack-booted enforcers.

But those enforcers are coming regardless, because God always preserves a remnant.


Suicides Outnumber Plague Deaths

The lockdowns aren’t funny. California’s leaders and the CDC Elites have innocent blood on their hands.

California doctors say they’ve seen more deaths from suicide than coronavirus since lockdowns

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By Andrew Mark Miller, 21 May 2020

Doctors in Northern California say they have seen more deaths from suicide than they’ve seen from the coronavirus during the pandemic.

“The numbers are unprecedented,” Dr. Michael deBoisblanc of John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek, California, told ABC 7 News about the increase of deaths by suicide, adding that he’s seen a “year’s worth of suicides” in the last four weeks alone.

Walnut Creek is in the Gay Area of California so the usual cracks about Democrat mental health apply, but even so the suicide rate is off the chart.

DeBoisblanc said he believes it’s time for California officials to end the stay-at-home order and let people back out into their communities.

“Personally, I think it’s time,” he said. “I think, originally, this was put in place to flatten the curve and to make sure hospitals have the resources to take care of COVID patients. We have the current resources to do that, and our other community health is suffering.”

In hindsight, the purpose was obviously never to “flatten the curve”. That was just the plausible lie of the hour. It’s long past time to enact punitive skepticism upon any government toad who predicts the future. The croaker ought to instantly lose his job, and his next job too if it’s at a nonprofit, university or media outlet, until history proves him right.

Kacey Hansen, a trauma center nurse at John Muir Medical Center for more than 30 years, says she’s worried not only about the increased suicide attempts but also about the hospital’s ability to save as many patients as usual.

“What I have seen recently, I have never seen before,” Hansen said. “I have never seen so much intentional injury.”

This article doesn’t go into it, but hospitals have become heavily understaffed because all non-COVID specialists were deemed non-essential businesses. Do you have skin cancer? Bad knees? Cataracts growing in your eyes? CHEST PAINS? Too bad, the hospital must be kept on standby for the next (the first) outbreak of 100,000 virus victims needing ICU ventilators overnight.

I’ll have more at the end because

Businesses across California have started defying stay-at-home orders imposed by Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, and hundreds of protesters have hit the streets, making the argument that the orders were only meant to flatten the curve of the virus’s spread, which Newsom himself said was achieved in mid-April.

Exhibit “B” in “they lied to us about curve-flattening”.

Suicide has been an increasingly significant problem across the country as the coronavirus outbreak caused stay-at-home orders that led to unemployment and stress.

By late March, more people had died in just one Tennessee county from suicide than had died in the entire state directly from the virus.

That’s acceptable losses because that county’s leadership still has their jobs. As always, the first priority of government is the government.

A study published in early May suggested that the coronavirus could lead to at least 75,000 deaths directly brought on by anxiety from the virus, job losses, and addiction to alcohol and drugs.

Another study conducted by Just Facts around the same time computed a broad array of scientific data showing that stress is one of the deadliest health hazards in the world and estimated that the coronavirus lockdowns will destroy 7 times as many years of human life than strict lockdowns can save.

They should lose their jobs until this is confirmed… and receive back pay when it is, civil-asset-confiscated from the bureaucrats responsible.

Earlier this week, more than 600 doctors signed their names on a letter to President Trump, referring to the continued lockdowns as a “mass casualty incident” and urging him to do what he can to ensure they come to an end.

Here’s the letter. I had to crib it from Scribd, which is becoming a very frustrating paywall in its own right.

President Donald J. Trump
The White House
May 19, 2020

Dear Mr. President:

Thousands of physicians in all specialties and from all States would like to express our gratitude for your leadership. We write to you today to express our alarm over the exponentially growing negative health consequences of the national shutdown.

In medical terms, the shutdown was a mass casualty incident.

During a mass casualty incident, victims are immediately triaged to black, red, yellow, or green. The first group, triage level black, includes those who require too many resources to save during a mass crisis. The red group has severe injuries that are survivable with treatment, the yellow group has serious injuries that are not immediately life threatening, and the green group has minor injuries.

The red group receives highest priority. The next priority is to ensure that the other two groups do not deteriorate a level. Decades of research have shown that strictly following this algorithm, we save the maximum number of lives.

Millions of Americans are already at triage level red. These include 150,000 Americans per month who would have had a new cancer detected through routine screening that hasn’t happened, millions who have missed routine dental care to fix problems strongly linked to heart disease/death and preventable cases of stroke, heart attack, and child abuse. Suicide hotline phone calls have increased 600%.

Tens of millions are at triage level yellow. Liquor sales have increased 300-600%, cigarettes sales have increased, rent has gone unpaid, family relationships have become frayed, and millions of well-child check-ups have been missed.

That’s one silver lining of this, the State has become so eager to contact trace that they forgot about child indoctrination.

Hundreds of millions are at triage level green. These are people who currently are solvent, but at risk should economic conditions worsen. Poverty and financial uncertainty is closely linked to poor health.

A continued shutdown means hundreds of millions of Americans will downgrade a level. The following are real examples from our practices.

Patient E.S. is a mother with two children whose office job was reduced to part time and whose husband was furloughed. The father is drinking more, the mother is depressed and not managing her diabetes well, and the children are barely doing any schoolwork.

The latter being GOOD for the childrens’ health. Establishment drones gonna Establishment. But yes, that’s a family at risk of falling apart if Wifey is not exceptionally well-behaved. Ordinary men did not need this lockdown undermining their value even more than usual.

Patient A.F. has chronic but previously stable health conditions. Her elective hip replacement was delayed, which caused her to become nearly sedentary, resulting in a pulmonary embolism in April.

Patient R.T. is an elderly nursing home patient, who had a small stroke in early March but was expected to make a nearly complete recovery. Since the shutdown, he has had no physical or speech therapy, and no visitors. He has lost weight, and is deteriorating rather than making progress.

Patient S.O. is a college freshman who cannot return to normal life, school, and friendships. He risks depression, alcohol abuse, drug abuse, trauma, and future financial uncertainty.

We are alarmed at what appears to be the lack of consideration for the future health of our patients. The downstream health effects of deteriorating a level are being massively under-estimated and under-reported. This is an order of magnitude error.

It is impossible to overstate the short, medium, and long-term harm to people’s health with a continued shutdown. Losing a job is one of life’s most stressful events, and the effect on a person’s health is not lessened because it also has happened to 30 million other people. Keeping schools and universities closed is incalculably detrimental for children, teenagers, and young adults for decades to come.

Please stop complaining that the State is losing control of child indoctrination. It’s not the health threat that forcibly delayed medical care and enforced social isolation is.

But it does serve to show that even socialist-minded people are having severe concerns with this lockdown. Welcome to the Red Pill, sorry it had to be a suppository. Please don’t relapse when this is over.

The millions of casualties of a continued shutdown will be hiding in plain sight, but they will be called alcoholism, homelessness, suicide, heart attack, stroke, or kidney failure. In youths it will be called financial instability, unemployment, despair, drug addiction, unplanned pregnancies, poverty, and abuse.

Society collapses, women most affected.

Because the harm is diffuse, there are those who hold that it does not exist.

Worse, there are people who profit from the ruination of innocents. Looking at you, Christian clergy. So eager to pick up the pieces of broken lives. So callous to the idea of preventing lives from being broken in the first place.

We, the undersigned, know otherwise. Please let us know if we may be of assistance.

Respectfully, [signed] Simone Gold, M.D., J.D.

Lastly, this article.

Heart attack cases fall by half at ERs since start of COVID-19 outbreak

By Steven Reinberg, 21 May 2020

U.S. emergency rooms are seeing about half as many heart attack patients as usual — and researchers suspect the new coronavirus is the reason why.

It’s not that fewer people are having heart attacks, doctors say. Rather, it’s fear of getting COVID-19 keeping people from hospitals.

And the consequences can be deadly.

“I’m certainly not convinced that the true rate of heart attacks going down explains even a large part of this finding,” said lead researcher Dr. Matthew Solomon, a cardiologist at Kaiser Permanente in Oakland, Calif.

“We definitely think it has something to do with the public’s response and fear about coming to the hospital and getting infected,” he said.

Solomon noted that after other major events, such as 9/11 and earthquakes, the rate of heart attacks went up.

“We know there’s a lot of public anxiety and stress and fear, and those things themselves could potentially be causing a higher rate of heart attack,” Solomon said.

“There are also a lot of reports that the emergency medical services are finding higher rates of death at home, and we worry that a good portion of those could be patients having heart attacks and strokes who did not seek care,” he added.

You told them they’d be Safer-At-Home, remember?

For the study, Solomon and his colleagues used data from Kaiser Permanente Northern California, a health care plan that includes more than 4.4 million patients. They compared the weekly rates of ER treatment for heart attacks before and after March 4, the date of the first death from COVID-19 in northern California.

Looking at records from Jan. 1 through April 14, they found that the weekly rate of hospitalization for heart attacks dropped 48 percent during the coronavirus period.

Wow. But it’s possible that, again, the hospitals were simply paid to code them as CHINA-19.

Moreover, fewer people with preexisting heart disease or prior heart attack went to the emergency room during the COVID weeks of March 4 through April 14, compared to the pre-COVID time frame, the researchers found.

Okay then, it’s NOT possible this is simply false coding if admissions were also down.

A similar decrease for the COVID period was seen when the researchers looked at the same weekly periods in 2019.

People should not be afraid to go to hospitals, Solomon said.

“Hospitals might be one of the safest places in America right now, compared to the grocery store and other places,” said researcher Dr. Alan Go, director of comprehensive clinical research at Kaiser Permanente.

No, the grocery was safer than the hospital even in good times. People don’t go to the grocery to die.

There are some reports that find that transmission of COVID within our hospitals is incredibly low,” he said.

Solomon agreed. “In all of our hospitals across the country, people have been working incredibly hard, creating triage systems to keep patients safe and to treat respiratory patients in one area and non-respiratory patients in another area,” he said.

Anyone with symptoms of a heart attack or stroke should call 911, just as they would in normal times, Solomon said.

Dr. Gregg Fonarow, director of the Ahmanson-University of California, Los Angeles Cardiomyopathy Center, said this phenomenon is occurring across the country.

“There have been a number of recent reports suggesting that during the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a significant decrease in the number of patients presenting to the hospital with acute cardiovascular conditions, including heart attacks and stroke,” said Fonarow, who wasn’t part of the study.

The findings further raise concerns that people with serious cardiovascular conditions are not seeking necessary care, and this may be contributing to the increase in cardiac arrest and deaths at home, he said.

It appears some people are delaying calling 911 and suffering fatal consequences in their home, Fonarow said.

Fauci and Birx care about HIV. They don’t care about strokes and coronaries.

“It is critical for any individual who thinks they may be having a heart attack or stroke to call 911 at the first signs or symptoms. Doing this quickly can save one’s life, and emergency rooms and hospitals are safe,” he said.

The report was published May 18 in a letter in the New England Journal of Medicine.


Hitler’s Alligator Died

Taking a break from the depressing Chinavirus lockdowns, the last World War II veteran is dead. Meet Saturn, 1936-2020:

Alligator rumored to have been Hitler’s, survived WWII bombing in Berlin, dies in Moscow Zoo at 84

By Stephen Sorace, 24 May 2020

An alligator once rumored to have belonged to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler has died at the Moscow Zoo.

Saturn, a Mississippi alligator, was about 84 years old when he died of old age on Friday, the zoo said in a statement.

“Moscow Zoo has the honor of keeping Saturn 74 years,” the zoo said. “For us Saturn was an entire era, and that’s without the slightest exaggeration… He saw many of us as children. We hope that we did not disappoint him.”

Saturn was born in the U.S. around 1936, the zoo said, and shortly after was given to the Berlin Zoo as a gift.

He survived World War II in Berlin after escaping the local zoo when it was bombed in 1943. After his escape, Saturn’s whereabouts remained unknown until 1946, when British soldiers found him and gave him to the Soviet Union, the zoo said.

I assume Saturn was identified simply by being the only Mississippi gator in war-torn Berlin.

After his discovery, rumors swirled that he belonged to Hitler’s personal collection, which the zoo says is untrue.

“Almost immediately, the myth was born that he was allegedly in the collection of Hitler and not in the Berlin Zoo,” the zoo said.

Even if Saturn was owned by someone, the zoo noted that “animals are not involved in war and politics and it is absurd to blame them for human sins.”

It’s unclear how the rumor began.

Well, the only places in Germany with surplus meat at the time were the concentration… never mind, that joke would be in… bad taste.

Saturn will be given to Moscow’s Darwin Museum, where his taxidermed remains will be put on exhibit, the BBC reports.

The species typically lives for 30 to 50 years in the wild, according to the zoo.

With Saturn’s passing, the oldest living reptile in the world is now Ruth Bader Ginsberg.


Deep State Sees No Deep State

They say the only thing a camera can’t take a picture of is itself. In that vein, former U.S. Attorney General Matthew Whitaker called on Real Americans to help Trump stay in power or else the terrorists would win.

He’s a heavy guy but not a fat one. His inner face is much smaller than the outer face, indicating a thick-skinned personality.

That’s a nice patriotic pose he’s got there. Be a shame if anybody pointed out that Matt is yet another careerist prosecutor-turned-politician.

Matt Whitaker: Deep State Wins if Good People Don’t Go into Government

By Robert Kraychik, 21 May 2020

Honorable people must enroll to work in government to prevent “deep state” political corruption, determined former acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, author of Above the Law: The Inside Story of How the Justice Department Tried to Subvert President Trump, offering his remarks in an interview on Thursday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow.

So many, many misses all at once. Chief among them, the delusion that government authority is accessible to honorable men. A brief consideration of how many high-level bureaucrats are Ivy League graduates should clue in the thickest skull.

As they say, if voting could make a difference then they wouldn’t let us vote. (On that note, they aren’t allowing us to vote anymore except by easily-controlled vote-by-mail.)

Whitaker defined the “deep state” as “left-leaning elitists who think they know better than the people of the United States of America,” including both elected and appointed officials, as well as bureaucrats.

That is not the Deep State. The Deep State is a government COMMUNITY, a society in its own right, that does not consider itself a part of the nation it rules. Right-leaning elitists can be cloistered members of the Deep State as easily as a college professor. POTUS Trump being the latest by-way-of-example. He’s not all bad but he simply will not, under any circumstances, cause harm to that community.

I haven’t looked at Whitaker’s background yet but let me make some guesses based on his appearance and political appointment. He’s a Harvard Law graduate, spent most of his life in the Beltway or similar neighborhoods and has a long list of past (and current) political associations including Trump’s empire pre-politics. For the bonus point, he got his bachelor’s degree on a sports scholarship.

Segue *checks Wikipedia*

Matthew George Whitaker is an American lawyer and politician who served as the acting United States Attorney General from November 7, 2018, to February 14, 2019. He was appointed to that position by President Donald Trump after Jeff Sessions resigned at Trump’s request. Whitaker had previously served as Chief of Staff to Sessions from October 2017 to November 2018.

While attending the University of Iowa, Whitaker played tight end for the University of Iowa Hawkeyes football team, under coach Hayden Fry, appearing in the starting lineup for Iowa’s Rose Bowl game in 1991.

Snagged the bonus! But his graduated from an Iowa law school. Not Ivy League.

Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley recommended Whitaker as one of three attorneys suggested to President George W. Bush for the position of United States Attorney for the Southern District of Iowa. In February 2004, Bush nominated Whitaker to the position.

Grassley was Whitaker’s political mentor, not Trump. I was off but not by much.

In 2002, Whitaker was the candidate of the Republican Party for Treasurer of Iowa. From 2004 to 2009, he served as the United States Attorney for the Southern District of Iowa, where he was known for aggressively prosecuting drug traffickers. Whitaker ran in the 2014 Iowa Republican primary for the United States Senate. He later wrote opinion pieces and appeared on talk-radio shows and cable news as the executive director of the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust (FACT), a conservative advocacy group.

From 2009 to 2017, Whitaker was a managing partner of the small general practice law firm Whitaker Hagenow & Gustoff LLP

He’d been in politics for fifteen years prior to interim USAG, flipping between public and private duties, and now is associated with a think tank. That’s exactly the Deep State life script. Score!

You know what isn’t Deep State Life Script? A career that’s incompatible with regular interruptions for government service. Trump could have Drained the Swamp simply by not allowing employees time off to run for election.

For four months, from June to September 2017, Whitaker was a CNN contributor.

Oh come on, dude. Talk about working for the other team. It was a short stay but this indicates how much of an insider he was.

So, yeah. I got a couple details wrong but the gist of it right. Whitaker’s history is textbook Deep State. His entire career has been ruling over people or at least telling them what to think, he had friends who helped him out when he was between political appointments and he was accepted even in the ranks of lefty Deep Staters.

End segue.

Like a camera, Matt is not going to know what the Deep State looks like without a mirror. His politics are generally pro-Christian but that doesn’t change the fact that he’s a member of an incredibly insular Cloud community.

Does he share his community’s scorn for Dirt People?

Americans must not surrender the government’s apparatus to the left, Whitaker warned. He highlighted Democrats’ and the broader left’s character assassination campaigns against Justice Brett Kavanaugh and President Donald Trump as attempts to intimidate dissidents from entering public service.

Yeeeep. Blame the victim, how original. “You followers should lead your leaders better!”

Remember the Tea Party movement? The Contract With America? There have been grassroot uprisings several times in the last couple decades. Every single one was betrayed by the (right-wing) politicians it trusted.

How am I supposed to pity either of the individuals he names? Kavanaugh went through Hell fighting off the feminists then once confirmed, proudly assembled an all-female support staff. And Trump? Every chance he got to Drain the Swamp, he took a dive. He styled himself as Mister Make America Great Again then when the stock market took a long-delayed, well-deserved hit, joined with Newsom, Pelosi & Friends to print… what is it now, five trillion new dollars so the Community of Cloud People would remain unaffected by reality?

Honorable men don’t need to champion Trump so he can take yet another dive for not-our-people. Honorable men need to nuke Whitaker’s entire community from orbit, both the Left and Right sides of it, and we need to do it fast because tomorrow is a workday and we Dirt People gotta make payroll.

“Good people have to raise their hand and volunteer to participate [in government],” advised Whitaker. “So many of these folks in our federal government are from the coast.”

Good people are not allowed in government. Whitaker had Senator Grassley to invite him in. Who will give Gunner Q a seat at the inner table of politics? Especially when I’m not going to first prove my loyalty with a law school credential then kowtowing to the community’s leaders.

I just had a flashback to why I don’t go to church any longer. The inner circle of Churchianity didn’t want a man who wanted to rock the boat and hadn’t earned the proper credentials from the proper people.

“Coastal elitism” will be the dominant worldview in government if non-leftists abstain from government jobs, cautioned Whitaker.

Matt is not thinking outside the box. He IS the box. He’s the very coastal elitist that he pretends to disparage. Even in Iowa, he was a coastal! Like Surf City, it’s an attitude not a place.

Whitaker stated, “If we don’t get the ordinary, regular people from flyover country [to] show up and do the work and enthusiastically take on these roles, then we’re gonna be in real trouble,” added Whitaker.

Flyover country. That motherfucker unironically used the term “flyover country”. It’s nice that he opposes the homopedo faction but what he doesn’t do is consider himself an ordinary, regular person like us.

He’s an insider. A made man. Who currently needs free labor to help his faction through a rough spot. Free labor from the people he refused to help when he had the chances.

Whitaker added, “We can’t be deterred by what happens to people like Kavanaugh and Trump and myself. We have to continue to fight [to] really advance the agenda that is good not only for America, but is going to sustain our republic into future generations.”

Future generations? *Gunner Q points at Social Security.* Good luck with that, Matt.

Widespread news media denial of the existence of a “deep state” is rooted in their merger with an entrenched bureaucracy, explained Whitaker. Those of the “deep state” are “confederates with the media,” he added.

“And I never liked my CNN coworkers!”

Whitaker reflected on the reflexive hostility directed at President Donald Trump from much of the news media.

“What I learned [as interim attorney general] is that anything that is in favor of or supportive of President Trump, the media and others believe it must be destroyed. That was pretty clear to me in the first three days. … I could not believe, even though I had seen it with my own eyes up at that point … the backbiting and leaking, how pervasive that was, and how you could not have a meeting with more than about two people before the content of that meeting somehow leaked out to the Washington Post or New York Times.”

Trump Derangement Syndrome is indeed frustrating. There are many legit reasons to oppose Trump but the Lefties use such absurd reasons as Russiagate that one ends up defending a turncoat. Trump and his enemies live on opposite sides of a very exclusive community, one that… like a rancher… does not want to be on a first-name basis with the livestock. Let alone share the livestock’s fate.

On the bright side, the livestock are finally getting nervous about those cattle cars that keep showing up to lead them into a better place.


Florida Woman Kills MeToo Movement With A Kiss

Stick a fork in the MeToo movement, it’s been done since the Left gave Joe Biden the biggest pussy pass of male feminist privilege ever. But certain, overly emotional people need a visual clue to go with that memo. For them, I present…

Florida woman arrested after kissing strangers at bar, calling 911 on same bar for violating distancing rules

By Michael Bartiromo, 20 May 2020

If she was that stupid then she must also have been that hot-10 HAWT!

Oh my lunch *urp* PUKE!!! I’d call 911 if she tried to kiss me, too.

Police in Melbourne, Fla., arrested Audra Adams, 32, on charges of trespassing and disorderly conduct, among other charges, after responding to the Monkey Bar and Grill on the night of May 12, where they found Adams in the parking lot, refusing to leave, according to arrest records shared with Fox News.

The Monkey Bar… truth in advertising?

The bar’s owner told police that Adams had tried to kiss “random” patrons inside the bar before she was asked to leave. Adams initially refused, but then wandered into the parking lot, where she continued to refuse to leave, according to the arrest report. Police offered to call her a cab, or phone her family to come pick her up, but instead she sat on the ground and stated that she would not go.

“Shelter in Place” has been hard on several of us but this old biddy lost her mind from lack of attention. I feel better about my own problems now.

During this time, she also phoned 911 a total of five times, including once after the police had already responded to the bar, and once again when police were questioning her in the parking lot. When one of the responding officers asked why she was calling 911, she said she “felt the bar was not practicing social distancing or following the guidelines to be open.”

Maybe if she had pretended to be a man kissing women..? And then not tried the false flag while the police were present?

Police again asked her to leave, at which point again refused and stated that she would “sit in the parking lot all night.” She was then arrested and turned over to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office.

It’s always white trash from Brevard and Broward Counties. Yo, Cubans! It’s your turn to do something stupid! Please!

Adams has been charged with trespassing after warning, disorderly conduct, resisting an officer without violence (for allegedly trying to flee after she was handcuffed) and misuse of the 911 system.

Textbook Social Justice without the plausible deniability. I would love to hear that 911 transcript.

911: “What’s your emergency?”

Adams: “Somebody is violating social distancing in the bar! HOLD STILL SO I CAN KISS YOU, YOU FUCKING TRUMP SUPPORTER!!!”

911: “All units, 10-TDS in progress at the Monkey Bar. Put your masks back on.”

[Ten minutes later]

911: “What’s your emergency?”

Adams: “The police are NOT keeping six feet away from me! They put handcuffs on and told me to go home!”

911: “You make the best case ever to equip 911 with call blocking.”

Bars and restaurants in many parts of Florida were allowed to reopen as of May 4 under Phase 1 rules, which stipulate they limit indoor seating to 25 percent of capacity or less, and provide at least six feet of space between parties of guests both indoors and outdoors. The entire state later moved to a “full Phase 1” on May 18.

Wimminz, the police are not going to mindlessly believe your cries for attention anymore. Not even in Brevard County.


California Trains New Contact Tracers In Vedic Yoga

Edit: I made a big goof on this one. Dr. George Rutherford of D.C., the school principal hypnotizing children into accepting drug dealing as their new normal, is not Dr. George Rutherford formerly of D.C., the LGBT activist and Joseph Goebbels wannabe. You see how that can be an honest mistake, I trust.

We joke about no longer being able to tell truth from parody because it really is getting hard.

The rest of this post is legit, however, so I’ll leave it as is. Notice that Los Angeles Health Director Barbara Ferrer, also covered here, is every bit as unqualified for her position as a school principal would have been for the position of tenured infectious disease expert.

Let’s look at California’s new Central Training Center for Contact Tracers, coincidentally located in California’s deepest cesspit of iniquity: UC San Francisco. And the program leader is the next best thing to a hypnotist.

Thousands of Californians Are Training to Be COVID-19 Contact Tracers in 1st Statewide Program

Thousands of Californians, many out of work because of the pandemic, have begun training for a new skill — contact tracing. They are kickstarting an uncertain, but crucial, chapter in the statewide fight against the coronavirus.

The Hegelian Dialetic, abbreviated:

1. Create a problem.

2. Push people to respond emotionally.

3. Present yourself and your agenda as the solution.

Here, CHINA-19 was lied into existence as a world-ending pandemic, people were frightened over it and now the government is heroically training a professional cadre of “investigators” who will surely have arrest authority without due-process restrictions.

Last week, a group of 500 people were the first lot of trainees in the state’s Pandemic Workforce Training Academy, launched last Wednesday on an $8.7 million contract with the University of California, San Francisco. The program’s first goal is to train 10,000 contact tracers to help county public health departments trace the spread of COVID-19 — literally — from person to person. The second goal is to have a total of 20,000 trained contact tracers.

This entirely apolitical, nonpartisan group is being trained by the Elites of San Francisco. Also, the program is continuing even though the “plague” is already ceasing and treatable.

By now, groups of up to 2,000 individuals are completing 20 hours of training in consecutive weeks as the state aims to reach the first goal, a spokesperson for the California Department of Public Health told TheWrap.

The training is based on a local program developed by UCSF and the Department of Public Health in San Francisco, where “a dozen city attorneys, 24 librarians, five assessors, nine retired clinicians and 11 medical students…

You know who would be perfect for this job? All those bail enforcement officers who are now unemployed. But it seems the State wants to keep the contact-tracer program “in-house”, so to speak.

…in addition to 44 internal staff members” received training to be contact tracers, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.

Many of the people in the new state program are the same kinds of public employees, said George Rutherford, who is the principal investigator on the state contract and the head of UCSF’s Division of Infectious Disease and Global Epidemiology.

“San Francisco has been pretty successful. We’ve got a lot of people up and running and have a pretty fully built out workforce,” Rutherford said.

Though this crucial phase has begun, any kind of timeline for the deployment of trained tracers has not been communicated by state officials, and it’s not immediately clear when the first cohort of 10,000 will be deployed to assist different counties’ public health departments. But Rutherford told TheWrap that the goal is to have training for that first group finished by the end of May but it will be up to the state to determine when and where the contact tracers are deployed.

Nevertheless, local counties will not be completely unfamiliar with contact tracing. Other counties beyond San Francisco have been using it before the state made a unified decision. In Los Angeles County, Public Health Director [and Doctor of Social Welfare from Brandeis University] Barbara Ferrer said at a press conference earlier this month that there were “well over 1,000 people” working with the county on contact tracing, but a spokesperson for the department did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for an updated figure. San Francisco County has over 100 people on its contact tracing staff, Contra Costa County has over 80, Alameda County has 60, Santa Clara County has 50 and Marin County has 15, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. San Mateo County has 30 people “focused on contact tracing and case investigation” at this time, Cassius Lockett, the county’s director of public health, policy and planning, told TheWrap.

One wonders why a State-organized cadre of contact tracers is needed when the most-affected counties already have them.

Let’s talk a little about Brandeis University, where Ferrer got her PhD in Social Welfare.


Middlesex University was a medical school located in Waltham, Massachusetts, that was at the time the only medical school in the United States that did not impose a quota on Jews. The founder, Dr. John Hall Smith, died in 1944. Smith’s will stipulated that the school should go to any group willing to use it to establish a non-sectarian university. Within two years, Middlesex University was on the brink of financial collapse. The school had not been able to secure accreditation by the American Medical Association, which Smith partially attributed to institutional antisemitism in the American Medical Association, and, as a result, Massachusetts had all but shut it down.

Dr. Smith’s son, C. Ruggles Smith, was desperate for a way to save something of Middlesex University. He learned of a New York committee headed by Dr. Israel Goldstein that was seeking a campus to establish a Jewish-sponsored secular university. Smith approached Goldstein with a proposal to give the Middlesex campus and charter to Goldstein’s committee, in the hope that his committee might “possess the apparent ability to reestablish the School of Medicine on an approved basis.” While Goldstein was concerned about being saddled with a failing medical school, he was excited about the opportunity to secure a 100-acre (40-hectare) “campus not far from New York, the premier Jewish community in the world, and only 9 miles (14 km) from Boston, one of the important Jewish population centers.” Goldstein agreed to accept Smith’s offer, proceeding to recruit George Alpert, a Boston lawyer with fundraising experience as national vice president of the United Jewish Appeal.

That sounds SOOOO non-sectarian.

Alpert had worked his way through Boston University School of Law and co-founded the firm of Alpert and Alpert. Alpert’s firm had a long association with the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad, of which he was to become president from 1956 to 1961 He is best known today as the father of Richard Alpert (Baba Ram Dass). He was influential in Boston’s Jewish community. His Judaism “tended to be social rather than spiritual.” He was involved in assisting children displaced from Germany. Alpert was to be chairman of Brandeis from 1946 to 1954, and a trustee from 1946 until his death. By February 5, 1946, Goldstein had recruited Albert Einstein, whose involvement drew national attention to the nascent university. Einstein believed the university would attract the best young people in all fields, satisfying a real need.

The trustees offered to name the university after Einstein in the summer of 1946, but Einstein declined, and on July 16, 1946, the board decided the university would be named after Louis Brandeis. Einstein objected to what he thought was excessively expansive promotion, and to Goldstein’s sounding out Abram L. Sachar as a possible president without consulting Einstein. Einstein took great offense at Goldstein’s having invited Cardinal Francis Spellman to participate in a fundraising event. Einstein also became alarmed by press announcements that exaggerated the school’s success at fundraising.

Louis Brandeis was a hardline Zionist and Harvard Law grad that Woodrow Wilson made the first Jewish member of the Supreme Court. He was notorious even in his day for pushing Social Justice against the market forces of capitalism. Sachar was a Hillel type, instrumental in facilitating the Jewish mass immigration from Europe from the 1940s onward.

Cardinal Spellman failed to become a military priest because of the height requirement, yet later was appointed “Apostolic Vicar for the U.S. Armed Forces”. (Hmm, sounds like Captain America’s backstory.) He was an ally of Roosevelt but despite that black mark, was a strong opponent of Vatican II, supporter of McCarthy and a harsh anti-Communist. Per Wikipedia, “Spellman once said that “a true American can neither be a Communist nor a Communist condoner” and that “the first loyalty of every American is vigilantly to weed out and counteract Communism and convert American Communists to Americanism”. Well said, Cardinal.

Goldstein’s meeting with Spellman at a fundraising event sounds like a political move of some kind. Methinks it didn’t end well for Goldstein.

On April 26, 1948, Brandeis University announced that Abram L. Sachar, chairman of the National Hillel Commission, had been chosen as Brandeis’ first president.[36] Sachar promised that Brandeis University would follow Louis Brandeis’ principles of academic integrity and service. He also promised that students and faculty would never be chosen based on quotas of “genetic or ethnic or economic distribution” because choices based on quotas “are based on the assumption that there are standard population strains, on the belief that the ideal American must look and act like an eighteenth-century Puritan, that the melting pot of America must mold all who all who live here into such a pattern.” Students who applied to the school were not asked their race, religion, or ancestry.

Yeah, we whites know all about that kind of “anti-racism”. “We accept anybody without asking their ethnicity because we think there are too many white people in America. That’s why we don’t ask about race, because we Jews just don’t think like that.”

Proof of my accusation was helpfully included on the same webpage:

1953 [saw] the creation of the Department of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies, one of the very first academic programs in Jewish Studies at an American university. Among the founders were distinguished emigre scholars Alexander Altmann, Nathan Glatzer and Simon Rawidowicz.

A “non-sectarian” university, remember.

In 1956 Brandeis received a one million dollar donation from New York industrialist ((Jack A. Goldfarb)) to build a library.

Despite Brandeis’ documented hatred of capitalism.

The building, named the Bertha and Jacob Goldfarb Library in his honor, was designed by ((Harrison & Abramovitz)), a firm which designed many campus buildings in the 1950s.

On January 8, 1969, about 70 black students entered then-student-center, Ford Hall, ejected everyone else from the building, and refused to leave.

I have trouble believing that a purely colorblind admissions policy attracted 70 black students in 1969 Massachusetts.

The students’ demands included the hiring of more black faculty members, increasing black student enrollment from four percent to ten percent of the student body, establishing an independent department on African American studies, and an increase in scholarships for black students. The student protesters renamed the school Malcolm X University for the duration of the siege, distributing buttons with the new name and logo, and issued a list of fourteen demands for better minority representation on campus.

This being a colorblind, non-sectarian university, all seventy were immediately expelled for racial favoritism… yes? Bueller?

The students refused to allow telephone calls go through the telephone switchboard. Over 200 white students staged a sit-in in the lobby of the administration building.


Classes continued on campus during the protest. Other campuses that had protests at the same time included San Francisco State College, the University of Minnesota, Swarthmore College, Cheyney State College, Queens College, and San Jose State College.

Suggesting these blacks were Communists, to be so well-networked.

President Morris B. Abram said that, although he recognized “the deep frustration and anger which black students here and all over the country—and often is—the indifference and duplicity of white men in relation to blacks”, the students’ actions were an affront to the university, Abram said that “nothing less than academic freedom itself is under assault.” The faculty condemned the students’ actions as well. On the third day of the protest, Abram proposed creating three committees to “spell out in detail those points which still divide us.” The students rejected the idea.

Of course they did. You don’t negotiate with terrorists… although I admit that term is too heavy-handed here. Just spank the kids and push them back in line. Maybe a fire hose.

On the fourth day of the protest, the Middlesex Superior Court issued a temporary restraining order, requiring the students to leave Ford Hall. While Abram said he would not allow the order to be enforced by forcibly removing the students from Ford Hall, he did say that 65 students had been suspended for their actions.

I bet he then forgave them. Oh, does this script sounds familiar. So very, very familiar.

On January 18, the black students exited Ford Hall, ending the eleven-day occupation of the building. …There had been no violence or destruction of property during the occupation, and Brandeis gave the students amnesty from their actions.

Yep. Abram was entirely on their side, excepting the parts where they personally inconvenienced him.

Ronald Walters became the first chair of Afro-American studies at Brandeis later the same year.

Fast moving. Admissions remaining colorblind?

This is the college that taught Los Angeles not-a-Doctor Farrar everything she knows about Social Welfare: Jews first and anybody-but-white-man next.

End segue about Brandeis University and returning to contact tracing training.

According to the National Association of County and City Health Officials, there need to be about 30 contact tracers for every 100,000 Americans during a pandemic. California has a population of roughly 40 million, so under that formula, the state would need a baseline of 12,000 contact tracers to cover the whole state.

“A lot of this is going to take more effort than I think we’re really kind of planning for. So, I think 10,000 is a pretty good number. It’s certainly a good place to start,” Rutherford said. “The trick is going to be to get them organized and supervised.”

NACCHO look like your typical DC lobbyist firm. I found this pic on their staff webpage:

No white men. Brandeis University would be proud.

Article ends. The contact tracing program’s leader is George Rutherford who is also worth looking at.

His eyes are heavily hooded, particularly in the first (and I think, more recent) pic. That indicates an emotionally avoidant/defensive personality. Thin lips and small nostrils also suggest he’s not emotionally open or approachable. Conformist-flat ears. Not athletic to judge from a thin neck and weak chin. He’s had a sheltered life to have reached late middle age with no lining of the face.

Your typical academician, who smiles when you say he’s living in a bubble. A white guy, for what it’s worth, but he isn’t our people:

My research interests are the epidemiology and prevention of infectious and tropical diseases of public health importance, both internationally and domestically, with a primary focus on HIV and AIDS. My work is funded primarily by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention through the Presidential Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief. I also have smaller projects dealing with the epidemiology of tuberculosis in California, the prevention of childhood injury, immunizations and bioterrorism. I am a member of the AIDS Research Institute’s Executive Committee.

…He’s homopedo faction. Like Birx and Fauci, Rutherford’s background is primarily AIDS. It’s hard to believe they aren’t sharing notes and if you think AIDS activists will hesitate to do anything that might help them live in perversion without consequences then you’re blissfully ignorant.

Before George was into AIDS research, however,

Educational Mantra

By Karrie Osborn, February/March 2005

The early 1990s was a difficult time to be living in Washington, D.C.

Drive-by shootings, overwhelmingly high crime rates, and ruthless gang activity ruled the streets in this political town.

It was 1994, and as principal of the Fletcher-Johnson Educational Center, George Rutherford was searching for ways to keep his students safe.

“We were in competition with the drug dealers,” says Rutherford, who continues today as principal of D.C.’s Ideal Academy Public Charter School. “We were fighting for the kids. They wanted them and I wanted them.”

Keeping the Fletcher-Johnson doors open until midnight, being available six days a week, and working late into the evening providing extracurricular activities for the students were just some of the ways faculty tried to make school a truly safe alternative to what was happening in the outside world. And even in an age of tight budgets, parent apathy, and teacher limitations, Rutherford says the extra effort was worth it.

“I didn’t want my kids in the street,” he says. Having attended the funerals of too many former students already, Rutherford refused to let the streets swallow up these children, too. That’s when he decided to empower his students with yet another resource they could use to fight back.

Transcendental Meditation (TM) is what Rutherford brought to his students and faculty at Fletcher-Johnson as a tool for strengthening self-esteem and enabling a path toward greater thought, creativity, confidence, expression, and strength.

Differing from other forms of meditation because of the number and scope of positive physiological effects it has, TM, which typically takes 20 minutes, twice a day, is a mental exercise to calm the mind. The practice involves sitting comfortably, with eyes closed, while repeating a mantra — a sound with no meaning. It is considered a simple, natural process that gives the meditator an ability to let his mind experience the full degree of its potential, while obtaining levels of relaxation that are deeper than sleep.

“It’s different because it works”? No. Most meditative practices offer relaxation and focus. TM is different because its background is Vedic Hinduism. More later but for now, it’s a specifically religious meditative practice.

Having had an opportunity to learn TM himself a few years earlier and eager to try anything that could give his kids greater resources to fight the outside temptations, Rutherford enlisted the help of parents, educators, and students to bring this meditative regimen into the school.

“I was looking for something to bring a little calmness to my children, and I felt TM was something that would help.”

He didn’t have opposition to face — parents were just as eager to help their children and Rutherford had been their trusted principal for 20 years. So why not give it a try?

Especially since it worked for him. The hoodedness of his upper eyelids strongly suggests that George found TM to help him control his own, inner anxieties.

Where some might question or ridicule the use of meditation in schools, the Fletcher-Johnson parents partnered with Rutherford in search of an answer. “The community trusted me and knew I wouldn’t do anything that would hurt their kids.”

They also saw the results meditation was creating at home. When parents witnessed their children’s new behavior, they sought out TM training for themselves.

Rutherford began by bringing in a TM trainer to work with the fifth- and sixth-grade students in the pre-K-9 school. Students at this age level would carry the training with them as they progressed to the next grade. Rutherford says the children took to the meditation quite easily. Nervous giggles were quickly forgotten in favor of a serious approach to the TM exercise. Twice a day, the students meditated and those who didn’t meditate had to create their own quiet time (i.e., reading a book).

While it’s been documented that religious meditation can expose one to spiritual corruption, what I find more alarming here is that children were taught that the proper response to evil is calm acceptance of it. They should have been taught to oppose evil instead. Did that school not have a D.A.R.E. program? It was the style when I was a schoolkid. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education, slogan “Just say No to drugs!”)

If George had been corrupted for twenty years then I think his lower eyelids would be much puffier by now, a consequence of long-term pain.

“It was something to walk in the building in the morning, at 10 to nine, and everything was quiet,” Rutherford says. “They were able to release the stress they came to school with. Then at 3:10, they did it again. It was so powerful.”

When the students and staff would sit down to meditate, Rutherford says there was a palpable change. “The effectiveness of those meditating flowed over to the rest of them. It was beautiful.”

That IS indicative of spiritual corruption, if he didn’t mean it as poetry.

And what was the scholastic payoff? “We found a significant difference in behavior, attendance, and academic achievement,” Rutherford says.

That didn’t work for Christianity, the fact that it promotes good behavior and helps kids handle hard situations. No, Christianity was banned despite the fact that it was a positive influence… because of Separation of Church and State, which was a fancy way of saying that the State was unable to control Christianity.

Rutherford’s “experiment” is one of several being played out across the country and abroad. One of the more publicized venues for practicing TM in an academic setting is at the Nataki Talibah Schoolhouse of Detroit, a Michigan charter school founded nearly 26 years ago by Carmen N’Namdi and her husband George.

Their story is both a poignant and vivid example of the power of meditation.

The N’Namdis started their school as a way to celebrate the life of their daughter Nataki who died tragically three decades ago. The toddler was just 14 months old when a string attached to her pacifier caught on the playpen, choking her to death. Expecting another child at the time, and with a 21⁄2- year-old at home, the couple knew they couldn’t give in to the overwhelming power of grief without some sort of anchor. It was their experience with TM that gave them balance in this darkest hour.

A postcard of the post-Christian West. The question of suffering is answered with… oblivion.

That’s fucking depressing.

Thank you, Father God, that even when life hurts it’s because You have a plan. And one day, a solution to the problem of suffering.

One of the biggest motivating factors for bringing meditation into schools is the thing that’s endangering so many of us — stress. Physical manifestations of stress are just as damaging as emotional and cognitive ones. An insidious threat, stress manifests itself in so many ways, and it’s no different for children.

The life a child leads today is much different than it was 20 years ago. Expectations from schools, families, and communities have increased tenfold; college plans have started affecting the curriculum of kindergartners; the world is darkened by terrorism and war; we are both cause and witness to the diminishing health of an ailing environment; and doomsday predictions paint horrible pictures of the future.

Where’s Daddy? Where’s Christ? Where is the first glimmer of respect for righteous men? “Oh noes, however did we get here in this awful situation? Progress! And we’re never going back!” Tell me it’s not pure, Hellish rebellion that our leaders keep doubling down on the directions our society is headed in. They know what works… patriarchy! Father God! But no, they’d rather weaponize the matriarchy into contact tracers.

But we’ve all lived with stress in our lives. Doesn’t it just make our kids stronger? The truth is, prolonged stress can create harmful physiological changes, including hypertension, high cholesterol, and a compromised immune system. And negating a child’s stress isn’t healthy either.

Maggie Reigh, author of Turning on DeLight, reminds us it’s critical to “respect” a child’s stress. “Recognize that not being able to find her favorite blanket is just as stressful to a child as her parent not being able to find the car keys.”

To address the various levels of stress a child experiences, the Committee for Stress-Free Schools in Maryland agrees that TM is an effective solution. “…(It) strengthens the cognitive, physiological, and affective foundations of learning, while promoting more healthy lifestyle choices and positive behavior.”

William Weir, M.D., a consultant on infectious diseases, concurs. “Psychological stress has many adverse physical effects on the human body, including a direct and damaging influence on the immune system. The practice of Transcendental Meditation relieves stress and is therefore highly recommended for its life-enhancing value.”

Weir just happens to be a colleague of Rutherford. I like uncovering these threads of association that are less professional and more… indicative of personality.

As a result, TM is one of the more widely studied complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies. Several studies have shown a decreased need for medical care by those who practice TM both here and abroad. Preliminary studies are showing a possible effect on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder…

thus proving that ADHD is wildly overdiagnosed, if it can be voluntarily controlled…

…while the Medical College of Georgia has found reduced blood pressure among students practicing TM. Other benefits of TM include increased brain functioning, increased cerebral blood flow, increased creativity and intelligence, improved mind-body coordination and concentration, restful sleep, and a greater sense of positive thinking.

The National Institutes of Health has even provided $20 million to support further research into the preventative health benefits of TM.

D.C. Educator Uses Meditation to Enhance Learning

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Ideal Academy, an accredited public charter school serving pre-K through 8th grade, warmly welcomes visitors and is opening its doors for new students.

Ideal Academy has something unique, Quiet Time, at the core of its curriculum which serves as a program that enhances students’ ability to learn. …

Principal Dr. George “Doc” Rutherford is a seasoned educator who has pioneered the Quiet Time program in D.C. public schools since 1993 and has inspired the introduction of this program to schools around the country and the world.

“My passion came from wanting to change the quality of life for our students,” he said.

Doc eventually came upon Transcendental Meditation (TM), a technique that provides deep rest as well as educational and emotional development.

Meditation can be many things but educational is not one of them. Unless you start hearing voices.

“TM helps students to become awake, aware, interested and enthusiastic about learning,” he explains. “It’s simple. If kids are stressed, they are too agitated to learn. If our students are clear and calm, then they are receptive to learning.”

He says he first sought more information about Transcendental Meditation as well as its research and applications for education in the early 1990s and began by trying it on himself.

My wife had been a little apprehensive because she is a devoutly religious person and thought it might conflict with her Christian belief,” he said. “After learning TM she realized it had nothing to do with religion and she encouraged our four children to learn also.”

Ah, but TM *does* conflict with Christian belief.

The Transcendental Meditation technique has been described as both religious and non-religious, as an aspect of a new religious movement, as rooted in Hinduism, and as a non-religious practice for self-development…

The Transcendental Meditation program and the Transcendental Meditation movement originated with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, founder of the organization, and continue beyond his death in 2008.

Cutting pupil on the right side. Maybe left, too. I bet his lifelong celibacy wasn’t. Angles eyebrows for conflict. I’m not up-to-speed on Hindu ethnic traits but nostrils that look detached from the nose proper can indicate wealth-hoarding. I think the nose is pointed downward also, but it’s squashed so flat that it’s hard to tell.

Yogi looks like he’s calculating angles and tactics with every word.

In 1955, “the Maharishi began publicly teaching a traditional meditation technique” learned from his master Brahmananda Saraswati that he called Transcendental Deep Meditation and later renamed Transcendental Meditation.

I looked up Saraswati. The defining points of his life were running away from his wealthy parents at a young age and spending twenty years in a Himalayan cave. I don’t believe the account. Either these mountaintop gurus are not the hermits they claim to be or they’ve gone insane from social isolation.

The Maharishi initiated thousands of people, then developed a TM teacher training program as a way to accelerate the rate of bringing the technique to more people.

Why must an expert teach mindless chanting? It seems the sort of knowledge that could be conveyed by an informational pamphlet. “Sit. Get comfy. Chant repetitive nonsense for twenty minutes. Management books are especially good for this.”

He also inaugurated a series of world tours which promoted Transcendental Meditation These factors, coupled with endorsements by celebrities who practiced TM and claims that scientific research had validated the technique, helped to popularize TM in the 1960s and 1970s. By the late 2000s, TM had been taught to millions of individuals and the Maharishi was overseeing a large multinational movement.

The world tours eventually included the Beatles, who quit him after he allegedly tried to rape Mia Farrow and other women. They later forgave him.

Despite organizational changes and the addition of advanced meditative techniques in the 1970s, the Transcendental Meditation technique has remained relatively unchanged. … In modern times, the movement has grown to encompass schools and universities that teach the practice, and includes many associated programs based on the Maharishi’s interpretation of the Vedic traditions.

Thus, TM is a religious practice.

While I didn’t see anything sinister in Rutherford’s face, I did in our swami. It would not surprise me if his “world tours” included record-smashing amounts of casual sex with liberated young women. This link is not for everybody:

Meditation is not an effective method to spread spiritual corruption but casual sex with demon hotels is THE most effective method.

In the U.S., non-profit organizations included the Students International Meditation Society, AFSCI, World Plan Executive Council, Maharishi Vedic Education Development Corporation, Global Country of World Peace and Maharishi Foundation. The successor to Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, and leader of the Global Country of World Peace, is Tony Nader.

All this talk of world peace in the context of a rapist guru who spread “non-religious” Hinduism into America’s halls of power puts a lot of pressure on my claim that there’s no occult going on here. Certainly, it’s hard to ignore that one of its noted evangelists is also an AIDS activist respected enough by the utterly depraved rulers of Sodom to train their new Commissariat.

But don’t worry about it. Relax. Sit down, empty your mind and jam your conscience with nonsense. Then you won’t feel stress about the State tracing who you associate with. You only need to REMAIN CALM and STOP THINKING while Evil goes about its business.

Demonic possession not even needed.


Misogynist Martin Luther Punked Junia the 13th Apostle?

Hatred for Christianity is ramping up in the halls of power. Heretics and witches grow ever more credentialed and ever less coherent.

Blame Martin Luther for People Thinking the Bible’s Female Apostle Was Male

By Candida Moss, 18 May 2020

Despite widespread acceptance in the first millennium of Christianity, since Martin Luther there has been a strangely persistent push to make Junia male.

Even the sub-heading is laughably wrong. There was never widespread acceptance of female clergy in either Christianity or its predecessor, Judaism. Luther had nothing to do with “Junia theology” because that’s not even a thing. And most Bible scholars think she was female because she was partnered with somebody named Andronicus. Look up THAT prefix!

When we think of the ‘apostles’ we usually think of the main twelve followers of Jesus who accompanied him during his ministry in the Holy Land. You might also mention St. Paul, who became a follower of Jesus after a vision on the road to Damascus and is known as an ‘apostle’ or, more specifically, ‘the apostle to the Gentiles.’

What all of these people have in common is that they were men.

Also, that all of them had personal knowledge of Jesus. Paul’s encounter was post-ascension during the infamous Road to Damascus incident.

Some Charismatics use “apostle” to mean “church-planter” but that’s a very unwise practice because it serves to elevate almost any pastor to the status of the Twelve, who were supernaturally tasked to found the Church.

The gender selectivity of Jesus’s chief followers is, to this day, the basis for all-male clergy in many Christian denominations. And yet the Bible does call one woman—Junia—not just an “apostle” but “highly esteemed among [them].”

On the one hand, she has one single sentence that is sometimes translated to imply that a woman was a high-level, capital-A Apostle, esteemed even by the Twelve. On the other hand, she has all the rest of Scripture from woman’s original creation to Paul’s command that women not have authority over men.

Obviously, we should to go with the single sentence that confirms what we already know to be what “God really wanted the Bible to say”.

If you’re thinking, “I don’t remember Jesus meeting a Junia,” then you’re correct; she is never mentioned in the Gospels.

That alone disqualifies Junia as an Apostle. In fact, the first round of letters and books to be categorized as apocrypha were done so mainly on the basis of the authors not having that firsthand knowledge of Christ’s teachings. Paul was a very specific exception; 1 Corinthians 15:7-8, “Then [Christ] appeared to James, then to all the apostles, and last of all he appeared to me also, as to one abnormally born.”

That “last of all” phrase does not bode well for Barbie’s claim to apostleship.

But the status of Paul in the history of Christianity shows that you didn’t actually have to know Jesus when he was alive to hold the rank of apostle in the early church. It’s an open secret that Paul calls Junia an apostle and yet she is rarely mentioned in histories of Christianity. A new article by Yii-Jan Lin, a professor at Yale Divinity School, published in the Journal of Biblical Literature, sets out to examine the ways in which people have tried to push Junia out of the spotlight by claiming either than she was male or that she wasn’t really an apostle.

I almost don’t need to comment further than “Atheist female Ivy League scholar thinks Christians are wrong to worship Father God” but confronting such lies is good practice. Lin’s article is paywalled, unfortunately, so I was reduced to this secondhand smoke.

These debates are comparatively recent.

There was no demand for a female apostle until sexual liberation.

For the first millennium of the Common Era nobody doubted that Junia was a woman and an apostle.

That’s Anno Domini, “In the Year of Our Lord”, witch.

As Lin told me, “Junia was understood—without debate—to be female.” There are even some ancient manuscripts that mistakenly changed her name to “Julia” an indisputably female name. The argument that she might have been male first appeared in the writings of 13th century scholar Giles of Rome, who read her name as the masculine ‘Junias.’ As Eldon Epp argued in his brief book on Junia, the controversy began with a change of accent: if you replace the acute accent over the ‘i’ (´) with a circumflex (˜) over the ‘a’, you change Junia’s name from female to male. Giles was followed by the widely influential protestant reformer Martin Luther, who used a masculine form of her name in his German translation of the Bible. Luther’s actions, Lin told The Daily Beast, “really set the stage for the next few centuries, in which scholars and church leaders increasingly interpreted the person to be a man. By the 20th century, ‘Junias’ was the predominant translation used, with the assumption that the person was a man.”

No more foreplay. Here’s the passage: Romans 16:7: “Greet Andronicus and Junia, my fellow Jews who have been in prison with me. They are outstanding among the apostles, and they were in Christ before I was.”

We can bicker and argue about whether apostle means Apostle, or if Paul really did share a prison with a woman, but here’s the simple fact: Paul said in 1 Timothy 2:12 “I do not permit a woman to teach or to assume authority over a man; she must be quiet.”


Either Paul was breaking his own rule or Junia was not a church leader of any kind.

We don’t know much about the historical Junia.

Consistent with her NOT BEING A CHURCH LEADER.

She is mentioned only once in the section of greetings that conclude Paul’s famous Letter to the Romans. In Romans 16:7 Paul sends his regards to “Andronicus and Junia, my relatives who were in prison with me; they are prominent among the apostles, and they were in Christ before I was.” We learn here that Junia was imprisoned with Paul (presumably for being a Jesus follower/agitator);

Nah, Paul was a meth dealer. Of course they were in prison for Christ!

…she and Andronicus were followers of Jesus before Paul was; and that she was highly regarded “among the apostles.”

Despite the now widespread recognition that the name Junia is female…

Despite the controversy reportedly being recent…

…the controversy about her status continues to rage. The recent debate focuses on the precise meaning of the Greek phrase that underlies “among the apostles” does it mean that ‘of the many apostles she was prominent’? Or does it mean that she was ‘highly regarded by the apostles’? If it’s the latter, some scholars have argued, then she wasn’t actually an apostle.

Bitch, I won that so-called controversy, spiked the football, did a victory lap, got some dinner and set up a cabana on the finish line for the spectators laughing at you to stop hamsterbating. Try to keep up if you’re going to run with the MEN.

If this seems like a strange debate for academics to be having, then your instincts aren’t wrong. Lin told me “I doubt there would be arguments about what this phrase means if Junia was understood to be male. But since it’s virtually impossible for Junia to be male, some interpreters have then focused on the Greek of the phrase ‘esteemed among/by the apostles’ to argue that she was not an apostle.”

Waiiiting, at 1 Timothy 2:12.

When scholars (who are all, you won’t be surprised to learn, male) try to make this argument they appeal to the use of this language and grammatical form elsewhere in ancient Greek. There are two problems with these arguments, Lin told me. In the first place, the ancient examples cited by other scholars do not definitively prove anything and, thus, cannot be used to “exclude Junia from apostolicity.” The second problem is that grammar is ambiguous while logic is not. Lin used famous athletes as an example of how this ambiguity works: “[The statement that]‘Michael Jordan is esteemed by basketball players’ does not necessarily exclude or include Jordan from the category ‘basketball player’ – the grammar tells us nothing here, and we can only deduce that Jordan IS a basketball player because we already know who Jordan is.”

Even within the artificially narrow perspective of ONE SINGLE SENTENCE, “Andronicus and Junia” is suggestive of a husband-and-wife duo.

In other words, the context of the statement and other knowledge we might have about the person under discussion is central. This is why, for Lin, the opinions of early Christian readers of this passage are so valuable. Everyone who comments on Junia in the early church assumes that she is female and an apostle. Lin cites the fourth century bishop and famed orator John Chrysosotom, who wrote of Junia: “How great the wisdom of this woman must have been that she was even deemed worthy of the title of apostle.” If male authority figures viewed her as female and an apostle, why would later readers go to such lengths to try to prove otherwise?

This argumentation style is textbook SJW. “This one guy in the fourth century says I’m right so how can the rest of Christianity over two thousand years say I’m wrong?” The SJW doesn’t believe there is any objective truth to arrive at, only preferred Narratives competing for supremacy.

Which explains why the socialist loves identity politics. They organize around their favorite, most self-serving falsehoods like they were ice cream flavors.

One of the most interesting details in the scant information Paul provides about Junia is his reference to her as being “in Christ” before he was. In her article, Lin persuasively argues that this detail is linked to Paul’s sense of his own mission and the rapidly approaching end of the world. Paul saw himself as the last apostle before the cataclysmic events that would bring the world to an end.

No. That was John and his Revelation didn’t come with a timetable.

His missionary activity is a frenetic blur of evangelism that is hurried precisely because he believed that time was limited. But he’s deeply invested in being the ‘last apostle’; for Paul “there is…a connection between Paul’s status as last apostle and [the] apocalyptic, last events” that Paul discusses in the Letter to the Romans.

No, no, no. These are all lies. Paul routinely stayed for months or years in a specific place, typically being chased out by a raging mob rather than a sense of urgency. Not to mention his last years under house arrest in Rome. I even double-checked if there were any “apocalyptic, last events” in Romans… and found this:

Romans 16:17-18 “I urge you, brothers and sisters, to watch out for those who cause divisions and put obstacles in your way that are contrary to the teaching you have learned. Keep away from them. For such people are not serving our Lord Christ, but their own appetites. By smooth talk and flattery they deceive the minds of naive people.”

Boo-ya, bitch! There ain’t no substitute for reading Scripture.

What this gives us is additional evidence about women in the early church. The rank of apostle appears to have been the highest rank among early followers of Jesus. It included not only the twelve and Paul, but also key missionary leaders like Timothy and Silas.

No Christian authority ever claimed that Timothy and Silas were Apostles, except in that too-loose context of “they started a church somewhere”.

Apostolic authority is something that some Christian denominations utilize to this day. The pope, for example, derives much of his authority from the notion that he is the spiritual descendant of Peter.

The Pope is the political descendant of Peter. Big, fat difference. In fact, no famous Christians has spiritual descendants. We have the Spirit of Christ by direct access. One can talk about the traditions set by the Apostles but that also is very different from “spiritual descendant”.

Acknowledging Junia’s role as an apostle reconfigures what we can say about women in the early years of the Jesus movement. Lin told me, that reinstating Junia as apostle could enable us to “broaden our understanding of who had apostolic authority in the early church and so perhaps who founded churches, went on missionary journeys, were trusted transmitters of Jesus’s words, and preachers of the gospel.” They weren’t just followers of Jesus or low-level organizers, they were among the most elevated and elite group of leaders.

Lin lied to you, Moss, about EVERYTHING. You believed it because it was what you wanted to hear.

Lotus mouth, upturned left eye canthus and pre-shaving Skrillex hair make me quite suspicious about her.

Ph.D., New Testament, Religious Studies, Yale University.
M.A. New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
M.A. English Literature, University of Chicago.
B.A. English Literature, Pomona College.

In chronological order, she graduated from Feminism, Globalism, Sportfucking and the Pharisees.

Professor Lin specializes in textual criticism, the Revelation of John, critical race theory, gender and sexuality, and immigration. Her book, The Erotic Life of Manuscripts (Oxford 2016), examines how metaphors of race, family, evolution, and genetic inheritance have shaped the goals and assumptions of New Testament textual criticism from the eighteenth century to the present.

Methinks that even Jezebel was better behaved than that.

Theologian Candida Moss

A downward-pointing nose is distrustful. Possible manjaw, not sure. Flat chest is also consistent with high testosterone.


University of Notre Dame theologian Candida Moss specializes in Bible studies and early Christian history and is the author most recently of The Myth of Persecution: How Early Christians Invented a Story of Martyrdom. Before participating in a panel on why we need saints, she talked about her suspicions involving a conspiracy to oppress cold caffeine drinkers and what it’s like to read The Great Gatsby for the first time as an adult.

What do you eat for breakfast?

I don’t eat breakfast. I have Diet Coke. I firmly believe there’s a conspiracy about oppressing cold caffeine consumers.

Because Cold Brew is so hard to find these days?

What’s your favorite Twitter feed?

I’m such a stereotype: BuzzFeed.

What does it take to get you out on a dance floor?

A couple of martinis and some Miley Cyrus—early Miley Cyrus, I might add.

If you were going to martyr yourself for a particular cause, which would you choose?

I think maybe disability rights. I believe really strongly in disability rights.

What is your most prized material possession?

I have a bronze humidor from the 19th century that has a depiction of female martyrs being executed. They’re all naked, and it’s clearly sort of 19th-century ironic art disguised as pious religious artifact, and I love it.

Maybe for her that’s true. For all that feminists resent men wanting to boink them, they’re obsessed with sex.

What’s the last great book you read?

I don’t really read for pleasure anymore, it’s really sad. But I recently read, for the first time before I saw the film, The Great Gatsby, because it’s not a part of English education. I thought that was pretty good. It’s so embarrassing reading books that people read in high school in America for the first time.

A common fate for the enemies of God is God taking away their ability to be happy. Me? I had fun with metaphorical boot spurs today.


Travelogue: Lovers Point

Today, I should blog on the the World Health Organization using Vedic Yoga to contact-trace Chinavirus. *Gunner looks out the window.* Screw that, it’s too nice outside. BEACH TRIP!

Lover’s Point in Monterey County is one of my favorite snorkeling spots. The area is better protected from Pacific Ocean currents than Santa Cruz and just far enough from the tourist traps that it’s usually not too crowded. It’s worth a drive to enjoy kelp forests that are literally waist-deep, which are the black stuff you see in the water.

The beach was open for ocean access but closed for actual fun. Between that and no SCUBA shops open, this was a purely snorkeling trip. Which made the “waist-deep” kelp forest the reason I chose here.

No restrooms? No problem. I’ll just do what fish do in the water: everything.

Hint, hint, government.

Also, the barricades were set up to create one-way lanes to and from the beach, which I thought was an effective intelligence test. Did you know that coronaviruses, like Australians, only drive on the left side? No? Then you’re normal.

The family that paddleboards together, stays together. Excepting the chick on the left who wore a thong bikini then dropped her soap. I did not intend that when I took this picture; I simply wanted to show the only normal family to take advantage of gorgeous California summer weather. But I don’t have a backup pic to offer.

In we go! This was midday at low tide, which I’d hoped would provide best visibility.

Orange kelp, green sea grass and purple sea urchins. The latter are a favorite food of sea otters and starfish.

Lots of purple sea urchins. There were a lot of starfish preying on them the last time I was here but not this time.

Hello, little fish! Lots of fry today but they don’t show up on camera and do keep to the kelp to avoid predators. The bigger ones kept following me, though.

One usually needs SCUBA gear to enjoy seacliffs like this one.

MUTANT! Actually, the red sea urchin was commercially viable to the point of being overfished like the Monterey sardines. I would have a lot more respect for environmentalists if only they would do their thing in the name of human welfare. It is not good to treat bugs like people and people like bugs… which is not to say that bugs can’t be important to human welfare and enjoyment.

Weirdly-shaped underwater rocks.

Ah, there’s a starfish!

This starfish has grabbed onto an urchin and is prying it open. I wonder if one could be trained to open jars?

The kelp forest wasn’t as big as last time, either. It took some swimming to reach the bigger plants.

Closer. Swimming through a kelp forest is like effortlessly flying through a tree-forest, but you need SCUBA to get the full effect. I was wearing so much neoprene to stay warm in this water that I couldn’t even freedive without a weight belt, which would have made swimming unpleasant.

All these pictures were taken just a foot or two below the surface. Ain’t many places you can do that with results this good.

It was hard to get a good picture of the kelp because at low tide, the upper portions lie flat along the surface and blot out the light. Kelp is naturally buoyant; otherwise, it would lie along the ground like a vine.

Inevitably, I got hungry. Inevitably, their concern for the welfare of tourists didn’t extend to reasonable prices. But what can I say, I supported the economy.

Screw our politicians for locking us indoors but worse than that is too many people not feeling the need to DO STUFF. There have never been more ways to enjoy nature in comfort yet most ‘Muricans are content to sit on their asses. Maybe the reason people don’t resist the lockdown is they don’t know what they’re missing outdoors?


Snitches Get… Talked About

You’ve heard about the St. Louis snitches who didn’t realize that their e-mails were stored as documents of public record, and therefore were made available to their targets via Freedom Of Information Act requests. I came across the list and let’s cover the highlights!

I’ve made no effort to remove any personally identifying information. It’s all been in the public sphere for weeks now and I love the irony of these people getting unmasked by the very government they ratted “lawbreakers” out to. All the info is surely obsolete by now and/or is monitored by police so I don’t recommend actually using it.

This is purely for entertainment value. And how!

From: Madeline Morrissey

To: (omitted hereafter)

Subject: (Eurofins Bioanalytics) Employer deeming our site “essential”
Monday, March 23, 2020 10:30:47 AM

I work for Eurofins Bioanalytics.

Not anymore.

The Vice President of the company, Bo Kowalczyk sent an email last Friday labeled “eurofins deemed an essential business”. In the email there is no explanation of why we are essential, instead he says it is obvious from the document he attached.

The link was to the usual CDC stuff so it should count as an explanation.

My company is located in Weldon springs (st Charles) Missouri. There are eurofins sites in Europe and the US that have recently started COVID 19 testing which may provide a loop hole for calling all of eurofins essential. But my site is a clinical research facility that does testing for pharmaceutical companies on non infectious diseases.

This attitude has brought the medical industry to its financial knees. COVID-19 is not the only health problem Americans have!

Many people commute to this site from Illinois or the city in my case. I do not feel my health is being considered. We are having employees work from home but anyone in the lab is not being told they have an option.

So, what’s Kowalczyk doing wrong?

We are spaced out but there are only two lab areas on site so we share restrooms and the lab areas (including the same machines).

“So, I ratted out my company. I’d rather be unemployed than share a restroom AND the good microscope with that cow Bianca!”

Our company does not produce or manufacture drugs. I don’t see how we are essential.

We closed down our oxford site and the same Vice President brought over oxford employees from their site for transfer of assays last month. He tried to get them to stay longer putting financial needs over getting them home safely with less risk.

Sounds like a typical male.

I am sick of this negligence to employee safety and hope this has some kind of impact or at least gives me and my fellow employees a voice.

Sounds like a typical female.

Furthermore, they have not talked about staggered shifts, shortened shifts, or vacation in case someone feels sick. I emailed HR last Friday directly asking about a plan in case of a shut down and they replied there was no plan in place currently. Managers are replying that they are not certain and to go to HR with questions. I have been asked to work longer shifts, I suspect because they are worried about a shut down.

They were trying to keep the business going despite increasingly insane government demands. They were trying to help you keep your job, Madeline.

No one is taking initiative. Employees are scared to lose their job if they make this an issue.

The ones who didn’t already lose their jobs because lockdown, she means.

I would like to kindly ask to keep my anonymity, but for clarity I am a scientist II, going on 5 years with this company and started as a lab analyst.

Madeline Morrissey

From: Kate Nevins
Subject: 10 person rule violation
Sunday, March 22, 2020 11:18:45 PM

Hi there,

Apparently there was a small wedding tonight (Sunday night) with at least 30-40 people at C. Oliver Coffee and Flower Bar in Maplewood, MO. Many people saw the gathering and saw people hugging, etc.

Eww, they were TOUCHING each other! Laughing! Cooties!

There are negative reviews on the business’s Facebook page due to the irresponsible nature of the event.

From women named Kate, perhaps? *Gunner Q pulls up Facebook. Looks at reviews*


Jeffrey B, March 26: My wife visited before the “Stay At Home” order and she raved about having a great time. Owner was great, very nice spot. please support via curbside during this challenging time.????

Belinda L, April 11: I live in Louisiana and have been to a lot of coffee shops all over the US, this place is the best by far!!!!! I can’t wait to go the next time i pass through St. Louis. The layout and decor was thought out with great class. The atmosphere is very clean and welcoming. Service is always presented with a smile, in which these days is hard to find in a lot of places. I can not wait until this lockdown is over so I can plan my next visit.

Matt McGaughey, March 23: DO NOT PATRONIZE. Over 40 people here for a wedding on 3/22! Offering curbside pick up next day. Terribly irresponsible.

Susan Meyer Hahn, March 23: DO NOT PATRONIZE. Over 40 people here for a wedding on 3/22! Offering curbside pick up next day. Terribly irresponsible!!!

Hmm. Yes. Terribly irresponsible to not cancel a wedding at the last moment for being one day too late for an unprecedented quarantine, after guests have already arrived from out-of-town.

End segue.

I am personally very upset that this occurred so close to my home (also in Maplewood). I have included a screenshot of a comment made by one of the owners. The comment was on their public Facebook page for a while and was later deleted.

Probably “Leave me alone you Karen!”

Thank you,
Kate Nevins

From: Julia Schlegel
Subject: A health risk staying open
Wednesday, April 1, 2020 1:18:15 PM

I am concerned that an ice cream walk up/drive through is staying open and that no one routinely wears protection for customers or each other.
Please advise how I can keep my kids safe ASAP.

Stop eating ice cream. Eat vegetables instead. Then call your ex-husband, tell him you’re a worthless cunt of a human being and you want to surrender all custody & child support entitlements because he and the kids deserve better than you. That will keep your kids safe.

From: Johnetta Geans
Subject: Amazon
Thursday, April 2, 2020 11:31:20 AM

There were many complaints about Amazon. For context, its workers have been staging a labor strike and the horror stories they have make me sympathetic. Example, Jeff Bezos told them that if anybody got sick, they could ask their coworkers to pool their paid-time-off. Hat tip to Boxer.

I’m a worker at Amazon Stl 8 St.Peters,I know it’s to many people in building and some people are not social distancing, the building is not being clean as they say they are if someone can just sit in parking and investigate and see how many people touch the door handle and not being sanitized, they are not letting us know if someone has been infected, that is not how that should be done.

We are not just picking, stowing, and packing essentials needs, I feel that they should lessen shifts and times and how many people that is allowed in building, how do Amazon have the right to have 200 or more people in one building when this is a state wide situation to stop the spread, this not fair to us and our families are the community.

In fairness, 200 people in an Amazon distribution hub is even less crowded than two people in a football stadium. Bezos must be making good on those automation threats.

From: michele patterson
Subject: Buisnesses
Wednesday, April 1, 2020 7:20:55 PM

WHY are golf courses and driving ranges allowed to stay open when I cannot perform essential grooming to my clients dogs? It is outrageous.

Michele Patterson

A good question, given the significant overlap between useless show dogs and golfers.

From: gwapaknott
Subject: Business Closure
Sunday, March 29, 2020 5:26:42 AM


I am a employee that works at AT&T in Earth City with about 150 employees. Our center is set up like a call center where we are all within close proximity of one another. Although, a lot of my coworkers have taken a leave provided by the company due to school closures. There are others who either don’t have school age children or no kids at all that are still required to show up for work.

Let me guess: the women got to go home and the men got to do their work.

They took a survey of who would like the option of working from home. Most of us said yes, but the company is dragging their feet for some but are moving forward for people they favor. I feel like the company is not taking COVID-19 very serious as we all should be working from home. Even though we may not have school age children or children at all we still have families to go home to.

Me, I feel like my guess is reasonably accurate.

Everyday we report to work is another chance we are taking with our lives. There is one employee whose child was exposed to the virus at daycare but she was still required to report to work. Which means most of us that had contact with her are going crazy while waiting for the company to set up the work from home. Luckily she was finally sent home and assigned to work from home on Saturday. 7 to 10 days after her child had been exposed.

Okay, that’s a legit complaint. Although if he’d thought the threat was real then he would surely have risked termination over death.

All managers were given 2hrs of training on how to set their teams up to work from home. Only 2 managers grasped the training as the others sit around doing nothing as if this isn’t a serious matter. Even my 2nd line manager isn’t taking this serious as he sits with his arms crossed. Last but not least the company gave out incentives for those who stayed at work and used that to make others come in to work.

I feel for the guy but narking on his company wasn’t the right solution.

Bottom line AT&T does not care about their employees or their families nor COVID-19!

From: Anonymous
Subject: Business ignoring closure order
Wednesday, April 1, 2020 8:19:38 PM


I read the article on KMOV about reporting businesses violating the stay at home orders. While Charter Communications does have the designation as a critical business, it’s taking advantage of this.

That’s not what this tipline was for. He was smart enough to remain anonymous but not enough to make an actionable complaint.

They are forcing thousands of employees and contractors into offices needlessly when the jobs can be done 100% remote. It makes sense for technicians to have to go onsite to keep people connected during this, but having developers and analyst with laptops and remote credentials continue to come into offices needlessly puts those employees, their families, and the community at risk.

When people that have been exposed and tested positive have come into the offices, they havent closed them.

How do these people find out about infected coworkers? “Hey, Larry, just so you know, I got Wu Flu from my dying grandmother then made today’s breakroom coffee without washing my hands.” I just can’t see that info getting volunteered.

Theyve taken their time to do the absolute bare minimum to allow social distancing. While they have started allowing some people to work remotely in a rotating basis, this is still an impotent policy. The people in the office still have to touch elevator buttons and ride with others, get their lunch from the shared refrigerators, get coffee from shared coffee pots and so on. All of this so that they can join a meeting with the person on the other side of the cube from their desk.

By the Brass Gates of Hell, it’s yet another Harambe who doesn’t comprehend modern hygiene standards! I try to have sympathy for Dilbert types but ya gotta meet me halfway. “I don’t know what to do when the other guy pushes the elevator button first!”

Experts and the governor have said that if you can work remotely, you should. Similar companies like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon took steps weeks ago to safeguard their communities and employees but for some reason Charter has not caught on to the seriousness of the situation. Everyone that has to go in the office is scared, and helpless.

Bad news, Anon. They recruit for that scared, helpless type of employee. That wasn’t the bad news; the bad news was that you got the job.

If you dont do something to help them and others in similar situations, this curve will never be flattened.

Nope, Anon. “Somebody” doesn’t need to help you. You need to help yourself, either by taking responsibility for your personal health or learning to stand up to bad bosses, whichever is applicable. Sounds like the former in this case.

From: joyce ann
Subject: Business ignoring executive order
Wednesday, March 25, 2020 10:10:59 PM

My relative who I’m very concerned about is still having to mandatorily report to work even amid this coronavirus crisis. Schools, banks, businesses all over are cancelled and everything else. Reaction Auto Parts in Earth City MO is advising their workers not to miss work unless showing symptoms and I’m concerned for their safety and the safety of the whole community.

Auto parts supply has always been essential services everywhere AFAIK. Being offended on behalf of someone else is a vary bad habit. Here, Joyce tried to get her relative unemployed.

From: American Floorcraft
Subject: Business status
Monday, March 23, 2020 12:27:34 PM

I own and operate a retail floor covering store in Sunset Hills, We both sell the product and perform the installation. Is my business exempted under the Consrtuction”category?

Paul Klein
American Floorcraft, Inc.

What did Paul do when the answer came back “no”, one wonders. Close his business as ordered? Perpetuate the crime of gainful employment underneath the baleful eye of Banhammer? Had he thought the Chinavirus was a real threat then he could have closed without permission.

From: Jaci Kuykendall
Subject: Business staying open
Sunday, March 22, 2020 4:46:23 PM

I work for an alarm instillation and service company. They say we are an essential business so we will stay open.

Sounds legit, especially with all the burglars being furloughed.

My question is why is it an essential company by installing/servicing customers? Technicians are going in and out of customers daily and then come into our office. I do understand we need to service life safety as an emergency. Is this putting the technicians and customers at risk?

Thank you, Jaci

Methinks some of these people were hoping for a staycation. And to think, I went without work for six weeks.

From: Andy Reed
Subject: Businesses open despite order
Monday, March 23, 2020 3:48:14 PM

Good afternoon,

While returning home from work (a medical supplier deemed essential) I was disappointed and frustrated to find that many businesses which are NOT essential according to the recent “stay at home” order were open today.

This is dangerous. It puts employees in harm’s way and encourages people who should stay home to go out. PLEASE take action against these companies whose doors are open today:

Michael’s Crafts – Brentwood Blvd
Micro Center – Brentwood Promenade
Mattress Firm – Brentwood Blvd
Fastsigns – Brentwood Blvd
Best Buy – Eager Rd

It’s also disheartening to see larger national chains ignore the order and stay open, yet small local companies are closed in order to adhere to the order. How is it fair that a large company like Michael’s is open, but local Artmart is closed and will feel the closure much more severely than Michael’s!

This is a public health emergency. These selfish companies should be held accountable.

Thank you,
Andy Reed

This was the worst type of snitch I found, the self-righteous SJW ratting out companies that he probably didn’t even care about. Notice the date of 23 March. A civic-minded snitch would have allowed a few days for businesses to become compliant with this unprecedented lockdown.

Fortunately, these self-righteous types tended to also be the types to helpfully include their contact numbers. After all, you can trust Big Brother. Big Brother is your friend. Also, Little Sister:

From: Amy Hamilton
Subject: Businesses Open
Wednesday, April 1, 2020 1:35:03 PM

Good afternoon,

This week Richmond Heights City Hall has received complaint calls from citizens questioning the operation of some businesses during the active Stay at Home Order.

It looks as though Big Shark Bicycling Company And Mesa Cycles are open and accepting

Let me know if the City is expected to take a position on business activity.

Thank you for your assistance in this matter.

Amy Hamilton, ICMA-CM
City Manager
City of Richmond Heights, MO
1330 South Big Bend Boulevard 63117
(314) 645-0404

Okay, fine. For the first couple weeks, cooperation with the lockdown was reasonable. But at some point, City Halls should have started opening up the economy instead of mindlessly asking “experts” for guidance.

Particularly when the State/CDC moved the goalposts from “flatten the curve” to “death to capitalism until we have a cure, vaccine and microchip transponder in every single person on the planet”.

From: Kendra
Subject: Nonessential businesses
Thursday, April 2, 2020 11:40:27 PM

Super supplements. You can buy any supplements needed online. They’re not vitamins, they’re workout supplements. There have also been people on treadmills at Lift Fitness in Brentwood. The quicker we all do our part, act responsibly and comply, the less havoc there will be on everyone’s livelihood. Thank you for your diligence and protection of our community. We are lucky to have you!

I almost thought this one was spam. Maybe it was.

Eventually, a format was imposed which torpedoed any hope of anonymity. This is typical:


Subject: Order Violation
Wednesday, April 1, 2020 3:01:36 AM

Form Results:

Name: Sonia Webb

Email Address:

Phone Number: 3142760

Company in Violation: St Louis Cold Drawn 1060 Pershall Rd STL MO

Employee: Yes

Company Contact:

Company Business Type: Manufacture rubber

Nature of Violation: No masks, no air circulating, Not a single was area ino sanitization available for epliyeea

Location of violation: St.Loius Cold Drawn inside the factory, people sneezing and coughing not allowed to wear masks nor gloves

Date of Violation: Everyday Since Trump announced

Breach Continuing: Yes

Additional Info: Just want to get product out the door and make money and concern for employees

Not-real violations, accusations that the company just wants to make money (duh) and frustrations that The Proper Procedures(tm) aren’t being followed. Although to my surprise, this was the only one of 922 reports that mentioned Trump.

From: Laurie Jackson
Subject: Hobby Lobby
Thursday, April 2, 2020 4:15:00 PM

Hobby Lobby needs to close their doors and just have online ordering. David Green is putting his employees at risk everyday.

Sent from my iPhone

From: Debbie Santoyo
Date: Thursday, April 2, 2020 1:37:04 PM

Can someone please get Hobby Lobby to close? Places like that are just enticing people to get out. They are NOT an essential store!
Thank you!

Hobby Lobby had LOTS of complaints like these against it.

Form Results:

Name: Anonymous

I’ll guess a Freedom From Religion Foundation member.

Email Address:

Phone Number: 314-555-5555

Company in Violation: Hope Church

Employee: No

Company Contact:

Company Business Type: Church

Nature of Violation: Holding services with large gatherings and even telling people to greet one another.

Dem Jesus freaks! Say it ain’t so.

Location of violation: St Louis County Mills Mall

Date of Violation: 3/29/2020

Breach Continuing: Yes

Additional Info: Maybe a news report would help!

It would. We Real Christians need to know that our spiritual brothers are standing firm.

Name: Joseph Weir

Email Address:

Hardline atheists give themselves the oddest nicknames, as if they secretly hate themselves as much as they openly hate Christ.

Phone Number: 3143595763

Company in Violation: Sacred Heart Catholic Church

Employee: No


Company Business Type: Daily Catholic mass

Nature of Violation: While officially the front doors are locked and masses cancelled, the priests at this church have told members that the side door would be open at 7am every morning, and they will have a “private” mass. Apparently they are maintaining social distancing, but communion is still offered. This will not end well and is a flagrant violation of necessary restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Location of violation: 751 N. Jefferson Street, Florrisant, MO 63031

Date of Violation: Ongoing

Breach Continuing: Yes

Damn skippy, that “breach” is “continuing”! Until Christ returns!

I close with a salute to Sacred Heart Catholic Church and Hope Church. Prick the consciences of this world’s Joseph Weirs!

And remember, it wasn’t me who made any of this personal info public. It was the very State that these people love and obey.


Planet Fatness Signals Virtue

Like Crossfit, I’ve waited a long time to slam on Planet Fitness, aka Planet Fatness. It’s hard to mock a fitness chain that prides itself on humiliating anybody who lifts over 75lbs but waiting for them to virtue-signal during a crisis did the trick.

Planet Fitness uses ‘Pizza Monday’ to donate food to hospitals

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By Michael Hollan, 7 May 2020

Nothing can stop “Pizza Monday.”

The coronavirus pandemic has forced gyms across the country to temporarily close their doors. But some of these fitness chains are figuring out new ways of keeping people active, even from home.

Planet Fitness, meanwhile, is working on keeping people fit and fed at the same time.

Worst slogan for a gym EVER.

At Planet Fitness, the first Monday of every month is known as Pizza Monday, and it’s exactly what it sounds like: Members of the gym can grab a slice before or after their workout (depending on their preference).

What happened to Bagel Tuesdays?

Now, the chain is using its popular “Pizza Monday” tradition to help feed frontline workers at hospitals and care facilities. A spokesperson for Planet Fitness confirmed to Fox News that the company has teamed up with Slice Out Hunger to help donate pizzas to workers helping in the fight against the virus.

1. I’d love to watch these virtue-signaling dolts do real fighting on the front line of a real war somewhere. Preferably one incited by U.S. meddling. Our former allies will hate us less if we provide the needed cannon fodder.

2. Doing the job you’re paid to do is insufficient to claim hero-status. Doubly so if you’re a government employee.

3. Nobody starves in America. Full stop, nobody starves. Our hospitals have 99 problems but a lack of finger food during a plague ain’t one.

There are two divergent ways to help your local hospital: either get fit in a REAL gym or binge on fast food for years then sign up for gastric bypass. Planet Fitness can help! with one of those.

Fitness buffs can get in on the action too, according to Planet Fitness. On Monday, the chain plans to donate a single slice of pizza — up to 10,000 — for every person who signs up for its “Home Work-in” initiative to take part in an online workout that Planet Fitness has opened to “anyone and everyone.”

Home Work-In? *checks* a Facebook channel with a couple colored fitness gurus going through the motions. As useless as an online church and for similar reasons of poor motivation, brotherhood and haptic feedback. As a reason to keep paying monthly dues, it’s lacking. Was at least hoping for a progress tracker… oh, right. Planet Fitness’ motto is “Judgment-Free Zone”.

Me, I still pay my gym membership because if I don’t then they won’t open ever again. It’s not charity. It’s sticker shock from pricing home gym setups. Five grand for a power cage with cable row? Nuts!

“These Pizza Monday orders also aim to provide much-needed support to the small businesses serving the local community,” a spokesperson for the gym said.

Pizzerias are not the small businesses hurting for money. You want to help small business? Now is a good time to make those structural improvements to the stairwell that you’ve always wanted after achieving your “body-by-Planet” fitness goal.

Planet Fitness should donate Orca-class patient lifts to local hospitals. It’s their fault in the first place! For proof of that, let’s discuss their business model.

Besides, you want to know where Pizza Monday came from. Why a fitness chain can’t stop making pizza even when their doors are welded shut.

Planet Fitness is America’s fastest-growing health club company with gyms in all 50 states and a foothold in Canada, Mexico, the Dominican Republic and Panama.

Its global membership is approaching 12m, but purists have been less than impressed, with one critic scathingly dismissing it as the fitness industry’s answer to Walmart.

Judge for yourself:

Heavy-duty grunting powerlifters – known locally as lunks – are not welcome and gyms are fitted with alarms which ring when somebody drops a massive barbell. Perfectly formed goddesses who make other women feel uncomfortable as they flaunt their beach-ready bodies while working out wearing the skimpiest of outfits are also out.

They admitted it! They admitted it!


Tiffany Austin was feeling pretty good on Monday. It was her first day at the gym since recovering from a car accident, and the Bay Area native was amped to get back in shape. She wore a neon pink crop top and matching spandex capris, and she had just begun to power walk when a Planet Fitness employee approached her.

That’s not Daddy-approved but she doesn’t have either abs or boobs to show off. Most gym thots do something with their hair.

Austin was being accused of “gymtimidation,” a cardinal sin at Planet Fitness, the national chain known for its hideous purple-and-yellow color scheme and equally jarring policies, such as “no grunting,” “no deadweights” and no “hardcore look-at-me-attitudes.” At Planet Fitness, such offenses trigger a gym-wide siren called “The Lunk Alarm”—“lunk” being the company’s term for “meathead”—complete with flashing blue lights and an ear-splitting noise that sounds disconcertingly similar to a firetruck.

You know your gym is Converged when everybody says they want to get fit & thin but anybody who actually does is kicked out for bad conduct.

The point, according to CEO Mike Grondahl, is to create a more humble, “light-hearted” atmosphere where everyone from your arthritic grandmother to your beer-bellied brother-in-law can feel comfortable working out. To emphasize this, Planet Fitness prints the words “no judgment” on every single machine, and has even trademarked the phrase “The Judgment Free Zone.”

But they seem to have a problem following their own marketing-scheme-cum-philosophy.

Specifically Red Pill philosophy, thank you. And there was a lot of it in those last couple sentences. Look up “chick gym” in the dictionary and you’ll see this:

All social media and the laziest get-off-the-sofa exercise in existence, walking. With friends. And more friends. With another row of friends. And cupholders for smartphones.

Aside from Austin, who felt justifiably “intimidated and harassed,” a number of other members have come forward with complaints in recent years about the gym’s oppressive micromanaging (which may or may not be some kind of elaborate, ongoing Andy Kauffman-style publicity stunt—we just can’t tell).

In the Nineties, such ignorance would have been plausible. Today, just imagine “Planet Karen”. Complete with a similarly jarring purple-and-yellow paint scheme.

In 2006, a correctional officer from upstate New York had his membership revoked for “breathing heavy,” and in 2011, this guy was kicked out for videotaping himself flexing in the locker room (though that may have been deserved). Nationally, the chain banishes about two members monthly, often for such shocking offenses as grunting, looking too hot or dropping one’s weights on the ground.

Ironically, Planet is also the national brand partner for The Biggest Loser, a show that’s pretty much all about grunting and groaning your way through grueling boot-camp routines led by intimidatingly fit people.

I did not know that. One would think that people with such dismal self-image would try to have a better sense of humor.

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[Planet Fitness’] target market is not the body beautiful, but the ordinary person who wants to get fitter and is put off going to the gym by hard-core devotees. It is a formula which has been spectacularly successful. At the last count, about four per cent of the US population belongs to a Planet Fitness gym.

No, Planet Fatness is for people who want to pretend they’re fitness gurus, while banning actual fitness gurus to prevent merit-based comparisons, then signal virtue by going to the gym… but only on Pizza Monday and Bagel Tuesday which is when they actually want to.

Go back to the early Nineties and the story was very different. Planet Fitness was started in Dover, New Hampshire, by Michael and Marc Grondahl who bought a failing Gold’s Gym in 1992. There was little to distinguish it from its rivals, with every gym playing “tug of war” for the same customers and offering the conventional array of free heavy weights, fitness classes and healthy juice bars.

Yes, there’s a limited number of customers in a given area. If enough places are providing the basics then there’s not much to be done, other than specializing in something regional or attracting sponsors for a sports team.

One of its early members was Chris Rondeau, a student at the University of New Hampshire whose business experience had been limited to helping out at his father’s chain of New England drug stores. Chief executive since 2013, he joined the company working at the club’s front desk in 1993 and has stayed with it ever since, rising through the ranks, as Planet Fitness ripped up the industry’s rule book.

His face is stretched really wide. I don’t have that in my reference books.

Rondeau gets up at 4.30am every day, wolfing down three cups of coffee and three egg whites before hitting the gym at 5am and then driving to work – arriving by 7.30am at the company’s headquarters in New Hampshire.

Ah, the joys of retail… are still non-existent.

“Starting in New Hampshire was a godsend,” he says. “It’s so rural around here we had to get really good at what we did. We had to cater to the masses because there wasn’t enough population around here to cater to the powerlifters, bodybuilders and serious athletes.

“Our first town of Dover was 28,000 people and we had competition. Back then only 15pc of the population belonged to a gym. “If you think about the industry it almost started backwards. It started with Joe Gold bringing Arnold Schwarzenegger over from Austria starting Gold’s Gym, selling that and starting World Gym.

“It should have started with us and Curves gym probably, getting first-timers acclimated to fitness. Since the inception of the industry, it is almost like the majority – the vast majority – of the population was neglected.”

The challenge was to persuade the rest of the population to give fitness a go. Initially, Planet Fitness thought the easiest way to do this was to slash the price of membership to $10 a month. It worked up to a point.

“We still had the old model, we still had the bodybuilders, the powerlifters, the heavy dumbbells, Olympic benches,” Rondeau added. “The problem is that we had more of the opposition’s lunkheads coming in than we had beginners coming in trying to give it a shot.

“It was like putting all the animals in the same cage at the zoo, it wasn’t going to work.”

I suspect Rondeau is not being entirely honest about his motivations and inspirations. Notice his own body isn’t fit plus his hostile language towards muscled men. Rondeau wanted to make a gym where people like him felt comfortable… being… LAZY.

All gyms are notorious for offering a basic membership that assumes you’ll rarely show up between January 10 and December 24. I approve because it keeps fees low for the real gym rats like me. But Planet Fitness was different. They sold respectability to those lazy gits!

Come to the gym (for free food)! If people ask why you’re still fat at the gym, tell them it’s an exclusive gym for special people and they’re not allowed! Get that hoity-toity in-group feeling without the long years of melting belly fat with sweat and tears! Feel smug as we embarrass and remove the occasional hunk lunk who thinks he’s better than you! We’re available for birthday parties, too!

So in 1998, the heavy weights were removed as the company opened new premises in its native New Hampshire. But in many other ways, it was a conventional gym where the fit got fitter. Group classes remained as did the obligatory juice bar and child care facilities. The next big change came when Planet Fitness opened its fourth premises in Portsmouth, which was more of a bare-bones operation with nothing but equipment.

“We realised my pager was going off for the first three stores which had all these moving parts and pieces with things that were going wrong.

“In the day care, you would have one kid bit another kid, or they had run out of protein drinks and the blender is broken, or the aerobics instructor has not shown up and people are going mad.

“In that fourth store, our members were happier because we couldn’t disappoint them. We were open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and the product runs no matter what.”

This is not the secret to PF’s success. There are a kerjillion minimally-staffed, 24-7 gyms with nothing but giant chunks of metal and PF would have failed had it been just another one of those. Heck, I used to attend one that didn’t even lock its doors at night because the local thieves were too out-of-shape to carry off the gear. Go, ghetto!

The Portsmouth club has been the template for the company which at the last count has 1,565 outlets. Most are now franchises, but the branding is consistent across the empire.

One thing we wanted to have with Planet Fitness is what I call the Big Mac, so it tastes the same wherever you go,” Rondeau added.

Rondeau is not as fat as I might have expected.

All have the same purple and yellow machinery and all are branded as a “Judgment Free Zone” – a slogan which has been registered as a trademark. The “We’re not a gym we’re Planet Fitness” message has been rammed home by a series of TV ads ridiculing folk who want to “feel the burn”. Its approach is certainly unconventional.

Yes, THAT is the secret to Planet Fitness’ success. Branding. A social club. Exclusivity (from the healthy, an admittedly novel concept for a gym).

On the first Monday of the month, clubs dish out free pizzas and on the second Tuesday, bagels. There are sweets at the check-in desk. The pizza idea dates back 20 years, when a gym ran out of hot water – much to the annoyance of members.

Admit it. You thought I was joking about Bagel Tuesdays.

So, lack of hot water caused such an uproar that the staff made peace offerings? Of pizza to fitness-minded folks? Was staff not planning on washing the grease off the handlebars after closing, with no hot water?



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Unlike traditional gyms, Planet Fitness has always believed that fitness can be fun, realistic and judgement free. Planet Fitness’ pizza history dates back to 1999 when a day-long shortage of hot water in its Concord, N.H., club – the company’s third location – prompted its staff to order pizza for members in appreciation of their patience and understanding. The gesture was so well received and fostered such a strong sense of gathering and community that Planet Fitness implemented a monthly free pizza giveaway in all clubs shortly thereafter – and the tradition continues today more than 20 years later. “Pizza Monday” now takes place on the first Monday of every month with, on average, each club serving more than 5,500 slices of pizza per year – more than nine million slices annually. For morning workout goers, every Planet Fitness location also serves bagels on the second Tuesday of every month; each club serves its members more than 2,600 bagels per year (equating to more than four million bagels enjoyed annually).

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“We decided on pizzas to say we were sorry and people liked it so much we decided first Monday night of every month was pizza night,” Rondeau recalled. “The reason we started bagels was because the morning crowd was upset because they didn’t have any pizzas. So we said we would give them bagels the second Tuesday of every month.”

Entitlement complexes detected.

Purists might object, but the small gift is part of the company’s philosophy that the occasional treat is not something to be frowned upon. Inevitably the rather more laid-back culture has had its critics. There is the odd YouTube video excoriating the company for its frivolous approach to fitness and complaining at the absence of massive barbells. But Rondeau remains unapologetic.

“Like every industry, you have to have a niche. The industry has been trying to be everything to everybody. No business is good at that.”

It’s a model that has worked, with the chain more than quadrupling the number of outlets since the beginning of the decade. There have been some smart sponsorships along the way including the NBC reality show The Biggest Loser, in which contestants work out on Planet Fitness’s distinctive – some might say lurid – purple equipment. It is also a major sponsor of the Times Square New Year’s Eve celebrations, ensuring its branding is seen by more than a billion people across the globe.

The relentless expansion has included the company moving into shopping malls, often taking over premises of struggling stores. Prior to the economic crash Planet Fitness was competing with big retailers for space. However, the picture has changed radically.

“We had to take the ‘C-sites’. Landlords wouldn’t even talk to us. Fast forward to today, they are on our doorstep every day.

“Every month there is a new set of stores closing – Toys R Us, Circuit City. It’s a perfect storm for us.

“The retailers themselves want us next to them, they are downsizing and putting us next to them to drive traffic.

Other gyms are moving into big-box retail spaces, too. I now work out at the mall which is a very awkward place full of tempting treats, but it’s the place that had the space for a large, indoor gym.

“We are taking larger sites for cheaper rates, we are getting the A-plus sites. We are getting the cream of the crop.”

The company’s success has not been lost on market experts.

“I think Planet Fitness gyms are doing very well,” said Matthew Brook, a senior analyst at Macquarie.

“Many listed gyms in the past have made little money or even gone bankrupt. Planet Fitness has been able to carve out a niche for itself, and with high margins.

“It is a low-cost gym and its similar to other low-cost business models in Europe like Ryanair or Aldi in terms of the impact it has had on the gym industry.

“They have succeeded in building a moat for themselves due to their scale and ad spending, which gives them an advantage over their rivals.

They don’t have or need an advantage over their rivals because they aren’t competing for the same group of customers. Healthy people go to the gym and self-righteous yet insecure women go to Planet Fitness.

“Planet Fitness is already expanding into Canada and now Mexico. We think it could work almost anywhere where people need to get fit and want to save money.”

It can work anywhere where women are allowed to run feral and eating food counts as going to the gym. Another win for the business plan of selling junk to idiots.


A Baptist Vampire Discusses Ahmaud Arbery

I’ve been waiting to cover the Ahmaud Arbery shooting for the other shoe to drop. The facts so far: Ahmaud was happily jogging down the road on a sunny Georgia Day when three evil white men drove up and shotgunned him in cold blood… because he was black and the whiteys thought a black man had burglarized their home a while ago.

Context, please. Because Klansmen lynching random bruthas doesn’t happen anymore. One of the killers was even a retired, high-level cop, so I don’t believe he would indulge in a random murdering while videotaped by his friend.

*checks* Ahh, the context just arrived. Included at the end!

Anyway, I was going to wait for the whole story when a Baptist vampire joined the REAL lynch mob of blacks and TDS victims:

Nice eyeteeth, Vlad. (Actually John Mark Yeats, Dean of Students at Midwestern Baptist Seminary.) Also, heavy-framed glasses (putting a psychological barrier between himself and the outside world) and insincere Epstein lips. Also called lotus mouth in my Chinese sources, they’re lips that are dull red, long and thin to the point that the corners of the mouth extend past the actual lips.

Rounding it off is vertical determination lines between the eyebrows and heavy crows-feet suggesting marital/sexual stress. About what I’d expect for a winner of the Southern Baptist denomination’s Red Dawn. Along with articles like this one:

FIRST-PERSON: Ahmaud Arbery and the image of God

By John Mark Yeats, 7 May 2020

KANSAS CITY (BP) — I watched the video. I shouldn’t have. But I did.

And it broke me.

Gonna quote you on that because I watched the video, too. You can find it here:

Ahmaud Arbery Shooting: Video of Georgia Man’s Death Leaks on YouTube

Pretty wild. White thugs surrounded an innocent, unarmed Negro enjoying some healthy exercise, then waved a shotgun in his face at point-blank and po’ nigga panicked. Or so it looks like.

A young man, the same age as many of my students, shot in the street because neighbors thought he might be a person who matched a vague description of a reported thief.

He wasn’t armed. Nor was he carrying anything. He wasn’t even running at a pace to get away from anyone. He was simply jogging.

As he approached the truck parked in the middle of the street, he simply went around the truck and they shot at him. The altercation that followed could have been any man fighting for his very life. But there, on the video, Ahmaud Arbery is shot at point-blank range, and crumbles to the ground.


No, that could NOT not been “any man”. Incidents like this do not happen spontaneously.

No take-backs. No post-movie resurrection stories. Just the reality of a life ended. The reality of the utter disregard for a man’s life.

You should not say such things without the all-important context.

It’s hard not to read this event in light of the last few weeks. We saw viral videos of high schoolers joking, laughing and making denigrating claims about our black brothers and sisters. We saw images of a man in a KKK hood shopping in a grocery store. We watched armed men overrun the capitol building in Michigan to forcefully express their demands to re-open the economy while carrying nooses, swastikas and rebel flags.

Yeats is making much hay out of multiple false-flaggings of upset conservatives.

And on a street in Brunswick, Ga. — even before the quarantine began — a young man was shot while jogging.

A full month before the quarantine began, in fact. That’s an indicator that this is Fake News, when it’s held back for a politically opportune time. Heck, I was expecting a “Trayvon Martin” incident for this election cycle, and at about this time. It’s like the media has a playbook. It’s like the media has a timetable:

Trayvon Martin shooting: 26 February 2012

Ahmaud Arbery shooting: 23 February 2020

And for the curious, February 2016 didn’t have a comparable black shooting, which forced Hillary Clinton to reach back to April 2014 during the relevant election debate with Bernie Sanders:

Which is it, Hillary? Do white men kill too many unarmed blacks or not enough?

All of these events send unbelievable signals to minority communities. Are they men and women created in the image of God? Do their lives truly matter? Does justice matter? Do rule of law and common respect for fellow humans matter?

Jesuit Palpatine has taught him well. This is classic liberation theology: identity politics spliced into Christianity.

The entire Scripture upholds a fundamental truth — humanity is formed in the image of God. That very nature as image bearers brings us to a place where life is valued from conception to grave. There is no person who is “less than” or “unworthy.” The entire moral code of Scripture is built from the standpoint of honoring God and therefore, honoring one another who are made in the image of God. We do not lie, we don’t take things that belong to others, and we do not kill.

John Mark Yeats is a lying anti-Christ and I can prove it by quoting the very verse he’s referring to here.

Genesis 9:6 “Whoever sheds human blood, by humans shall their blood be shed; for in the image of God has God made mankind.”

Being made in the image of God is WHY IT’S NECESSARY TO KILL.

The question in this incident is whether the killing was justified, not the mere fact of a killing taking place. Genesis 9:5 for the curious.

That’s an inexcusably fundamental mistake for an experienced pastor, published Christian author and Dean of Students at a seminary.

We don’t have to be reminded we live in a fallen and broken world. We work for justice, however imperfect this side of eternity. We work to uphold the law, however much it is a shadow of true ideals. We uplift the downtrodden, the weak and the poor because the Scriptures show us how Jesus did the same. And we do all this while understanding that the ultimate answer for brokenness of this world is found is the healing balm of the Gospel.

The Southern Baptist leadership has an entire heretical theology that J.D. Greear calls the “Gospel of Jesus”. He created it with help from Jesuits and an evil organization called the Fetzer Institute.

Read it again from that paragraph: We work for justice, however imperfect this side of eternity. We work to uphold the law, however much it is a shadow of true ideals.

It goes without saying that Christians are NOT to uphold any laws that interfere with God’s will. Furthermore, justice is not a concept that exists on its own. It must be in the context of God’s instructions to humanity.

Thus, Yeats called for twisting Christianity to the worship of “imperfect justice”. No. We Christians are called upon to pursue perfection per Matt 5:48.

So we wait, clutch our sons and daughters closer to us and with broken hearts pray, “Come quickly, Lord Jesus.”

Yeats asked the God of Truth to come quickly. God sent His prophets, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the Star, with some truth for him.

Georgia shooter’s father previously investigated victim Ahmaud Arbery

By Christian Boone, 7 May 2020

ATLANTA—Greg McMichael, who provided gun cover for his son as he fought and eventually shot a young Black jogger, may have known the victim long before their encounter in a subdivision just south of Brunswick, Ga., The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has learned.

In his letter of recusal to Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr, Waycross Judicial Circuit District Attorney Roger Barnhill wrote that his son, a prosecutor in the Brunswick DA’s office, and McMichael, then an investigator in that same office, “both helped with the previous prosecution of (Ahmaud) Arbery.”

If McMichael and Arbery knew each other from previous criminal-justice prosecutions then that would explain much about McMichael making a citizen’s arrest at gunpoint like he did. He knew the “victim” would recognize him.

You know what they say about those small-town communities: everybody knows everybody.

McMichael, a former Glynn County cop, told Glynn police he recognized Arbery, 25, from surveillance video that captured a recent burglary in his mostly white neighbourhood. He said he planned to make a citizen’s arrest.

Previous stories had claimed McMichael had seen “a black man” on the video. Turns out, McMichael recognized the specific perp.

When he was in high school, Arbery was sentenced to five years probation as a first offender on charges of carrying a weapon on campus and several counts of obstructing a law enforcement officer. He was convicted of probation violation in 2018 after he was charged with shoplifting, court documents show.

McMichael, who retired from the DA’s office in April 2019, made no mention of his work on that investigation to police, though it’s unknown whether he remembered it at the time.

Me, I wonder the converse. Did Arbery know whose house he was burglarizing? Was this an act of revenge?

Barnhill wrote that he learned about his son and McMichael’s ties to Arbery “three or four weeks” earlier.

He didn’t say why he waited so long to recuse himself, but claimed “a local ‘rabble rouser’ has taken up this cause and begun publishing wild and factually incorrect and legally wrong accusations on Facebook and other social media formats calling for marches and physical affronts (to) be made against the McMichaels at their homes, and my son’s home in Brunswick etc.”

Yeeep. It’s like the media has a playbook. Here, the point-and-shriek.

In a letter to Glynn County police, Barnhill wrote that criminal charges were unwarranted against Greg McMichael, his son Travis McMichael, who appeared to fire all three shots, and a third man, William Bryan, who helped them corner Arbery on Feb. 23 inside their neighbourhood just south of Brunswick.

The prosecutor said Arbery, who was unarmed, initiated contact with Travis McMichael.

This family are not strangers to the local criminal justice system,” Barnhill wrote in his letter to Carr. “From best we can tell, Ahmaud’s older brother has gone to prison in the past and is currently in the Glynn jail, without bond, awaiting new felony prosecution. It also appears a cousin has been prosecuted by DA Johnson’s office.”

It’s okay to kill unrepentant repeat offenders when they decide, during their arrest, that they ain’t going back to jail… because they’re made in the image of God and God gets mighty offended at their vibrantly unjust conduct.


Cuckoldavirus Hits Open Texas

The following is not a meme:

Except it was a bar. The hair salon was in Dallas.

Texas cops in tense standoff with six heavily armed men who were protecting a bar owner as she reopened her business in defiance of the state’s stay-at-home orders

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By Andrew Court, 5 May 2020

Texas police have arrested a bar owner and six armed men who were protesting lockdown orders issued amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Cops were called to Big Daddy Zane’s Bar in West Odessa Monday evening after owner Gabrielle Ellison, 47, re-opened the establishment, violating laws put into place by Gov. Greg Abbott.

Upon arrival, cops were met by a group of men who said they were there to support and defend Ellison as she opened the premises back up. Six of the men were wearing armor and were armed with guns.

According to OA Online, the men belong to a group named Open Texas. Members travels around the state ‘with weapons’ and try to help businesses reopen their doors’.

First rule of carrying guns in public spaces: don’t do it unless you’re willing to use them. It’s why I don’t carry concealed even though I could, in California no less. I’m simply not going to risk my life on behalf of a total stranger on zero notice these days.

Outside Ellison’s bar on Monday, police became involved in a standoff with the armed protesters.

Dramatic photos taken outside the venue show local sheriff’s pointing their weapons at the armed protesters as they order them to put their hands into the air.

Ellison was arrested and charged with Violations of Emergency Management Plan Class B. She was released on a $500 bond.

The six armed men were all taken into custody and charged with Places Weapons Prohibited. It is unlawful to carry any firearm in a bar in Texas, either openly or concealed. They are each being held on a $5,000 bond.

First rule: broken. They could have left their guns at home for this protest. That would have been smart. They could have used their guns on the police that they knew were going to show up. That would have been… consistent. But instead, they showed up with guns to defy the government then went quietly to jail, which was the worst of both worlds.

Where’s your balls OR your brains, Open Texas?

Fifteen white knights guarding one woman in the center. Lovely. Antifa soyboys aren’t the only goons confused about healthy manhood. Fortunately, right-wingers are more prone to avoid vandalism and obey authority figures.

Oh my Dog. Bar owner Ellison is on the right.

What kind of trailer-park trash kind of bar is THAT?! I wouldn’t risk my freedom and life for a bar that the health department was going to shut down before C-virus.

“We the People of Odessa, Texas, in order to justify our Sheriff’s purchase of an armored vehicle with turret, do hereby swear to heroically show up at an illegal bar with enough firepower to overthrow an island nation with no intention of actually using it.”

It’s good they didn’t open fire. It would have cost them their lives and Zane’s Floozy would not even bother to remember their names. News flash, if your .25 holdout is longer than your dick then the way to compensate isn’t by posing with a tricked-out AR-15 on social media. I say that as one of the more vocal advocates of civil disobedience.

Open Texas fancied itself a right-wing terrorist organization then acted like a comedy troupe. The cops had nothing to fear… just look at the deputy with the cowboy hat:

Not a Weaver stance, now is it?

Don’t white-knight for women. Do consider the optics of your protest. If Open Texas had done this on behalf of surgeons defying quarantine to perform elective surgeries for hurting people, their protest would perhaps have been received more sympathetically than their protest on behalf of a double-wide drinking hole.

You know that she was going to pay them in cheap beer. That’s how much their lives were worth to her.


When the Cult Of Nice Breaks

Sharkly decided to go public with his perfectly reasonable frustrations at being sold down the River Chilamony by the local clergy that he should have been able to trust. Let’s dig in to what happens when the Cult of Nice is forced to take a side.

Whitewater Cunt-Immunity Church

30 April 2020

Whitewater Community Church has been instrumental in trying to invert God’s patriarchal design for my home by empowering my wife to defy my authority while disempowering me as a husband, God’s ordained head for the home. They practice Feminism and are completely ashamed of God’s word and how God prescribes patriarchy instead. God is, in fact, a Father turning power over to his Son, a Holy patriarchal kingdom.

An excellent, no-bullshit, provable accusation. And a very common one, alas.

I was referred by a cousin to Whitewater Community Churches former pastor Jared Verwiel when Pam was planning to move out. During our first meeting Pam kept threatening to walk out of the meeting if things didn’t go how she directed, and so she immediately took control from Jared Verwiel in that way. Jared did however tell Pam not to move out. But of course she defied God, me, and the pastor, and moved out with the help of others in the church. Jared gave us each a section out of a book he intended to counsel us from and asked us to read it. Part of what it said was that that the Bible was not good for overcoming strongholds built up in marriage, but that the author’s book was much better than God’s for that.

The reasons clergy write so many books is 1. it’s the alternative to messy, real-life experience and 2. the Bible isn’t reliable when you only want to apply part of it.

It had already become clear that Jared was unwilling to just ask my wife to submit and quit her rebellion, Like Pastor Bill Riffee had earlier done so successfully. And He didn’t want to use the Bible which would have told her to do exactly that. It went against his Feminism. He also had a mental block to the possibility that there could be any problem in a marriage that wasn’t at least partly the husband’s fault.

Original Sin. It’s not only about the husband wanting to please his wife, it’s other men also wanting to please his wife. Every man’s wife, in fact, and not even sexually. Getting her approval is enough to warrant denouncing God Himself, a fact proven by Adam himself. It is a gaping hole in the male psyche.

Whitewater Community Church refused to give my wife and I Bible based counselling, I believe for a number of reasons. Perhaps partly because their leadership didn’t know the Bible well enough to do that, but mainly because of their Feminism, they are actually ashamed of what the Bible says with regard to marriage, and don’t want it applied.

It’s a huge mental leap from “the Bible is useful” to “the Bible is correct”. WW used the Bible as much as suited their purposes but when Sharkly began making demands that went beyond their comfort zone, they had trouble believing that a “loving God” meant ALL of what He wrote.

Later shortly after moving out, in contradiction to what the pastor had told her, Pam filed for divorce on January 5, 2018.

Whose fingerprints were on the marriage’s death? Hers. Ostracism unto repentance is called for.

She then actually chose to go to Whitewater Community Church while going through our protracted divorce, just because she had clearly seen that nobody there would ever have the balls to stand up to a woman frivolously divorcing, and destroying our sons’ home. She literally chose them as the best church from which to frivolously divorce her husband. And I think it was a good choice on her part. She has been absolutely right in that there are no men at her church with the balls or the knowledge of the Bible to ever ask her to follow God’s word. They have all refused when I asked them to speak God’s truth to her.

Ostracism to the white courtesy phone, please. Ostracism? Bueller? Hello?

I asked the entirety of Pam’s churches elder board, in the name of Jesus Christ, to help by performing church discipline, in accordance with Matthew 18:15-17, but those worthless elders refused stating that I should get some other church, that she isn’t going to, to perform the duty of her church. They were just being Feminist cowards who worship women above God.

Like electricity, Nice People take the path of least resistance. So when one solo man forces them to take a side, the side they will reliably take is anti-“the dude wanting me to hurt people’s feelings”.

I cornered one of their deacons shown above, a cousin in law of mine, Ron Gallegos and finally cajoled him into agreeing to come over to my house and talk with me about the situation. I had hoped I might be able to make some progress with that godless church if I could just explain the situation. LOL Ron, like his church is unable to fathom that a woman could sin all on her own.

Ron. A nerd, to judge from both the glasses and his wearing them so unselfconsciously. Confirmed by the 1980s haircut and a poorly-worn polo shirt. This is a cog in somebody’s machine. But a nerd with a tan, so some kind of technical yet outdoors work. Construction is a good guess. I wouldn’t rule out the pro sports industry seeing as he has a strong chin.

I wasn’t there for any of this but I can make a very educated guess. Ron went in thinking he’d be able to soothe Sharkly’s hurt feelings (“Blessed are the peacemakers”, etc) but when Sharkly provided evidence and demanded action, Ron proved unwilling to change:

Anyhow, every time I told Ron about some awful thing my wife had done or was doing, Ron would try to come up with some way to blame it back on me. And when I confronted him on why his church had done absolutely nothing to help, and was in fact helping her to divorce me, he made excuse after excuse after excuse. And when I confronted him on why he was operating entirely on evil speculations against me and excuses instead of following God’s word, he confided that unfortunately “the church has no leadership”. Of course I told Ron, “You’re a deacon, Man up! You are part of the leadership of that church.” Anyhow, Their elder board seems to be operated like a musical chairs game, and they haven’t been able to keep a pastor, so their church has apparently lacked leadership for a long time, and isn’t likely to show any real leadership considering the worthless character of the emasculated cowards they continually rotate through as their elders and deacons now. Anyhow Ron told me that he wouldn’t tell my wife to get back with me because I swore. And to Ron that showed “I was out of control”.

The only shocking part of this is that Ron was a part of the now-sundered family and had most likely heard the tremors of marital unfaithfulness coming.

He then went on later to describe how if his daughter got married and her husband ever swore at her, he would go over and beat him up.

This is a very telling comment by Ron. He was warning Sharkly… passive-aggressively… that he would champion Sharkly’s ex-wife against ANYTHING Sharkly might say against her, true or not, and if he ever ran out of words to justify the witch, he’d proceed to violence.

And he nearly did:

I then pointed out to Ron that he would be usurping the son in law’s headship in his home, and becoming a brawler, all because he was worshipping his own daughter above God’s word and assuming she could never be at fault for driving her husband to curse at her. Anyhow, the next thing I knew Ron was screaming and cursing the F-word out repeatedly as loud as he could at me, and I was not sure what was his purpose. At first I assumed he was trying to give me some object lesson about cursing, but as he settled down and we talked further, I came to realize that Ron had just lost his temper and gone to cursing the F-word at the top of his lungs.

Classic white knighting. Nuthin’ else to say.

Apparently God allowed Ron to prove his hypocrisy right there in front of me.

Okay. Learn to enjoy the show. NOW, nuthin’ else to say.

And I pointed out to Ron that My wife has been taunting me with her unfaithfulness for 18 years straight to get me to the point of cursing, whereas he was cursing his head off after just two hours of talking to somebody who wasn’t going to be converted back to Ron’s idolatrous woman worship.

My record was nine years out of college before I abandoned the Cult of Nice to its heretical irrelevance. I don’t know how you married guys manage it. Bitches don’t know how lucky they are, that murder-suicide isn’t an everyday occurrence.

However as it turned out, Ron called my wife and talked with her for a long time, but completely forgot to mention that she should attend counselling with me, which was the only reason I had asked him to call her. She and he both verified that he hadn’t even mentioned it. None of the men at that church have the balls to tell a frivolously divorcing woman anything but what they want to hear! And they will reflexively believe any slander against a husband. My wife filed false charges against me which have been doubly disproven, but Feminism says all women are to be believed, so, as always, Whitewater Community Church will hold every lie of an unrepentant whore above the words of God.

That is still Original Sin but Ron went beyond playing the part of white-knight Adam to playing the part of the devil, putting desirable whispers into Eve’s ear and undermining her loyalty to her man.

I dare not give advice on how husbands should manage such situations, never having been one. The advice I will give is that whenever any man threatens to commit violence on behalf of someone else’s wife against her husband, to categorize him as unquestionably Evil.


Physiognomy: Professor Lockdown

What a coincidence that the alarmist advisor to the UK government, whose work justified the subsequent Wu Flu Lockdown, is not only a male feminist but a hypocrite, too.

Professor Lockdown Resigns After Breaking Own Lockdown Rules to Meet Lover: Report

By Oliver JJ Lane, 5 May 2020

The UK scientist whose doomsday predictions triggered a massive lockdown on both sides of the Atlantic has resigned his government advisory position, amid claims he broke the strict lockdown rules he pushed to meet his married lover.

Professor Neil Ferguson, an epidemiologist of Imperial College, London resigned from his role as a senior scientific advisor to the British government Tuesday evening.

He became known as professor lockdown after his alarming data modelling predicted huge casualties for the populations of the United Kingdom and the United States unless they enacted severe curbs on individual freedoms to lock the nations down. While the moves were criticised by senior legal figures as approaching a police state, Professor Ferguson’s advice was nevertheless heeded by the government in March.

While Professor Ferguson frequently appeared in the media to defend his work and to tell the public not to break the lockdown rules, he was himself spectacularly breaking them in secret, according to a report in Britain’s Daily Telegraph, which claims the hard-line scientist was meeting his married lover.

The paper names Antonia Staats, a married mother, who was quarantined with her family at a separate address to the professor. Breaching the terms of the lockdown — as enforced by police — she travelled to Ferguson’s own home on at least two occasions, the paper claims.

Staats, who is identified as a “left-wing activist”, was said to be in an “open marriage”, The Telegraph claimed. Posts on Staat’s public Facebook page show strong left-wing themes, including paid activism as an employee of a campaign group, encouraging tactical voting in the last general election to oppose the Conservative party, and hard green activism.

Oooh, pretty. They must have compatible strains of HIV, to achieve that sickly, melted-wax look and scrawny body weights. (To judge from their necks.) Neil is interesting for having the uncommon upward-triangle face shape: square base, narrowing to a pointy head. Sometimes called the Fire face shape. Their personalities tend to be excitable and artistic.

His eyes has the deceptive, New Moon crescent shape. Not a good choice for a level-headed advisor.

Antonia is wearing so much makeup that I’m not sure what to say. If the root of her nose really is flat with her brow–and especially if there’s a pad of flesh there also–then she is exceptionally stubborn.

Both of them, I suspect, have pessimistic mouths. But they might not be trying to smile in these pics.

Admitting his error, Professor Ferguson told the paper: “I accept I made an error of judgment and took the wrong course of action. I have therefore stepped back from my involvement in Sage [the government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies].

“I acted in the belief that I was immune, having tested positive for coronavirus, and completely isolated myself for almost two weeks after developing symptoms.

“I deeply regret any undermining of the clear messages around the continued need for social distancing to control this devastating epidemic. The Government guidance is unequivocal, and is there to protect all of us.”

Notice his refusal to say he did anything wrong.

The professor is not the first government scientific figure forced to resign after taking a do-as-I-say-not-as-I-do posture to the general public. Breitbart London reported in April when the chief scientific advisor for Scotland [Dr Catherine Calderwood] resigned her position after ordering citizens to obey the lockdown measures while breaking them herself in public. …

In New Zealand, the government’s health minister was demoted after ignoring his own advice. Dr David Clark was photographed going for a country bike ride, and subsequently drove his family to the beach to go surfing. Reflecting on his breaking the advice of his own department, Dr Clark noted: “I’ve been an idiot”.

Senior government officials don’t get to use the excuse of “I’m an idiot”. Least of all to excuse shameless hypocrisy.


The Future Is Certain. The Past Is Unknown!

On my quarantine-breaking ramblings across north Los Angeles… insofar as I can break quarantine by myself… I came across a “public service” billboard that perfectly illustrates the Socialist thought process.

That is one arrogant attitude on display. Two or three, possibly. “Don’t vape because soon, science will know what a bad idea it is!” A sane person would not oppose vaping for scientific reasons until science actually does find reasons to oppose vaping. An insane person would “just know” that it’s only a matter of time until the world realizes how smart he is.

Considering how much healthier inhaling water vapor is to inhaling that car exhaust of burning vegetation, it might be a long wait for science to confirm. Science has already investigated vaping for a rash of lung failures and concluded… contra all critics… that the real cause was cannabis illegally cut with skin lotion:

In fact, those “polluting” smokestacks in the background appear to be releasing water vapor rather than toxic smudge. It warms my heart to see a functioning factory these days.

Liberals just can’t meme.

Speaking of “these days”, the C-Virus lockdown is also a perfect example of this “future is certain, past is unknown” attitude. There wasn’t a lot of data on what C-Virus did at the early planning stage. What were society’s leaders supposed to do?

A. Nothing.

B. Recommend the people most at risk for most diseases take the usual precautions.

C. Outlaw nose-picking.

D. Destroy the economy, ban exercise and empty the prisons.

Call me crazy, but starting with D was not “the only way to be sure”. Our leaders KNEW that Chinavirus was going to be a world-ending plague with half a million deaths per month of the strong & healthy, because they’re SMART and can predict the future.

(Graph courtesy of Elon Musk, of all people, who is very upset about his Tesla Factory being permanently closed for no good reason.)

Now that we see in hindsight that C-virus is less lethal than binging on Twinkies, we shouldn’t blame politicians for being disastrously wrong. How were they to know? Never mind that they claimed to have reliable models at the time!

Socialism depends absolutely upon this “future is certain, past is unknown” ideology because socialism doesn’t work. Hence the furious insistence of socialists everywhere that “it’s never actually been tried yet”.

Going back even farther, this attitude is born of the Lie. Lies cannot coexist with truth and truth is much more easily seen in the past than the future. Rational people doing what previously worked would re-implement patriarchy, individualism and self-responsibility… fatal blows to Leftists imagining brave new worlds with themselves as new gods.


Skydiving Florida Man Dies of Coronavirus

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BREAKING: Skydiver who forgot parachute dies from coronavirus

BREAKING: Skydiver who forgot parachute dies from coronavirus

By Exavier Saskagoochie, 9 April 2020

Evidence is beginning to mount that young and healthy people can contract COVID-19 and die from the horrifying disease. Florida health officials reported that a 32-year-old Daytona resident, Carl Junior, with no preexisting conditions has died from coronavirus after jumping out of an airplane without a parachute.

“It’s true that most people who are at serious risk of dying from COVID-19 are those who are about to die from other diseases, but young and healthy people are dropping dead left and right too!” Florida coronavirus Czar Jed Goebbels said.

The Daytona man was not officially tested for coronavirus, but the doctor was pretty sure he had it and that a coughing fit was what caused him to forget his parachute and jump out of the airplane with only his Speedos.

The hospital will receive approximately $1.3 million for each COVID death but administrators assure us that this has nothing to do with the way the death was coded.

There’s a tiny, outside chance that this is fake news; however, it confirms all my preexisting prejudices so it must be TRUE!



Zak the Florida Rape Man

Let’s read the title and just drink it in for a moment:

Florida Man Accused of Raping a Woman He Picked Up in a Van Driven by His Mom

In the Manosphere, “Alpha” means you’re sexy to women. It does not mean you’re a decent human being, in fact, there’s a strongly negative correlation. Just from the headline, I’ll guess that 1. the perp has a suspended driving license, 2. does not use his father’s last name and 3. has prior arrests for hard drugs.

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By Amy Beeman, 1 May 2020

Florida man is accused of drugging and raping a woman, burning her hair and holding scissors to her throat after picking her up in a van that his mom was driving.

According to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, 29-year-old Efthimios Michael Zachary Mikedis, known as Zak, was arrested on April 29 and charged with crimes that happened on January 5.

WHAT THE HELL?! It’s not often that a physiognomist can literally read a man’s face. I’m not up-to-speed on tattoo symbology but the two teardrops next to the canthus of his left eye indicate he’s killed two people. He needs a dermatologist, not a physiognomist. One with a very powerful laser.

Addendum: The tat on the right cheek, “51-50”, is police code for “72 hour psychiatric hold”.

Incels rage because Zak is what qualifies as sexy in modern ‘Murica.

On January 10 Orlando police responded to a local emergency room, where the victim reported the crime. According to a Facebook post by the Marion County Sheriff’s Office in Central Florida, the woman said Mikedis offered her a ride from Orlando to her aunt’s house in nearby Marion County. The arrest report says that Mikedis and the woman met on Facebook after the woman’s aunt introduced them via the social media network.

It’s hard to believe the victim was never shown a selfie of Zak. He looks like trouble from EVERY angle! But sadly, it is very easy to believe that the victim saw no problem with climbing into the vehicle of total strangers.

I am very curious about the unnamed woman’s aunt, who sent Zak to pick her up. No info to be found, of course, but this was betrayal by a family member… much worse than a “Titanic” romance.

Mikedis arrived in a van with a friend, and Mikedis’ mother, Shannon James, was driving. The woman told deputies that when Mikedis showed up he had a gun in his waistband and described him as “someone you would instantly be scared of.” She said she changed her mind and didn’t want to go, but according the sheriff’s office, he said she had to. She says Mikedis “forced and unknown substance into her mouth” and she was made to stay down between seats as they drove.

I like the Mosaic Law’s standard of determining whether rape was rape-rape. If she screamed and resisted then it was legit rape; if she went quietly then it was regret rape.

Lots-of-regret rape, in this care.

Instead of going to her aunt’s house, they ended up at James’ residence. Mikedis took the victim out back to a camper, and when she asked if they were going to her aunt’s house, he said, “Why don’t you just stay here?” according to deputies. At that point the woman said she started blacking out but remembers being raped by Mikedis and that a secondary object was used to violate her. She also told deputies that she remembers hearing Mikedis say, “Go, go,” and then a second person raped her.

When she came to, she tried to call an Uber, she said, but Mikedis put another unknown substance in her mouth before burning her hair with a cigarette and holding scissors to her throat, according to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office. They say he then dragged the woman across the property by her hair and punched her in the back of the head. He reportedly grabbed her hair again and forced her into a vehicle. Mikedis’ mother, James, was the driver again, and they took the woman to a Winn-Dixie supermarket, where she was made to get out of the car.

I have one problem with this story: the two teardrops by Zak’s eye. He is not the kind of guy who would torture a victim in a remote area–remote enough for nobody to hear her scream–and then release her. He’s the kind of guy who would simply add a third teardrop.

But he’s certifiably crazy so who knows. Maybe he didn’t think far enough ahead, about how recognizable his face would be in a lineup.

Marion County Court records show Mikedis has a criminal history going back to 2009 including burglaries, grand theft, dealing in stolen property and possession of methamphetamine.

I got a win on the drug-history prediction and a lose on the no-Daddy-name prediction. In fact, he does not use the name of his mother whom he lives with. Very curious.

In 2017 he was found guilty of domestic violence with strangulation. The arrest affidavit from August 2016, when the incident took place, says his on-and-off girlfriend told deputies he had been violent and controlling, but she was giving him another chance.


The girlfriend told deputies on the day of the arrest that they had been riding in a car when his roommate called and said the sheriff’s office had been at their house to do a wellness check on the girlfriend. She’d called her family for help. He pulled the car over and started beating her, according to the arrest affidavit. The beating escalated into him strangling her. She broke free and ran to a nearby motel for help. The affidavit says her injuries and bruises were consistent with her story.

When deputies caught up with Mikedis back at his home, he told them, “the victim suffered her injuries because of the lifestyle she chose,” according to the arrest report.

Sociopaths blame the victim. An unsexy man, in that situation, would have ended up a lifer in prison. Zak made parole for attempted murder in less than four years.

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office is still looking for the other man, Robert McDaniel, who was in the van when Mikedis and his mom initially picked up the victim.

Paul Bloom, the Marion County sheriff’s spokesperson, told Heavy that more charges are pending as the investigation continues. He said there isn’t enough evidence to suggest the mother had knowledge of the battery, which he said happened on the property where she lives, but since the alleged crime happened in the camper and not in the main residence it’s possible she would not have known.

Pussy pass. The mother had knowledge of her son’s felony conviction for strangling the 2016 girlfriend, yes? Then why was she driving him around to pick up more girls? Watching his 2020 girlfriend stagger out of the camper van drugged and bruised with burnt hair should have fit a very obvious pattern.

These are the voyages of the Starship Matriarchy.