Teachers Reap the Whirlwind of No More Husbands

More schadenfreude on my popcorn, please.

I.m a teacher headed back to school next month. It’s going to be traumatic.

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By Autumn Jones, 29 July 2020

Last week, the Colorado district where I teach announced schools would return August 18 for a hybrid of in-person and remote learning. That means that teachers must face the reality of walking into a school building where little of what we were taught about being a teacher will apply. We will be expected at school five days a week, teaching alternating groups of students while also providing remote instruction for those learning from home.

It is bound to be a shock . one that we’ll be absorbing just as many of us are coming to terms with the upheaval caused by the emergency school closures of March 12, 2020.

But… teachers are salaried, not hourly. Her summer vacation was six months long this year.

We are about to encounter a teacher mental health crisis of massive proportions. In the crucial conversation about how we make things right for our students . and we must . we cannot disregard the well-being of educators.

Autumn’s hair has every reason to be concerned about her mental health, being frizzy enough to defy a perm. But the rest is not unusual. The concave nose indicates openness and spontaneity, compared to the convex, “hawk” nose’s shrewdness. Eyebrows thicker on the inside are “visionary” as opposed to “managerial” so she’s probably not that good with paperwork, but handling kids seems a fine fit for that personality.

A little upper eyelid is showing on each eye, meaning she’s emotionally balanced towards the outside world. Chin is not masculinized.

She has a receding jaw… while I can’t normally tell from a frontal selfie, that overbite is suggestive. Such people tend to be highly ethical, meaning they follow their beliefs closely. She isn’t baring enough of the upper gum in this smile for me to think her main belief is ego but I can believe it’s a short trip.

Conclusion, she could have been a normal woman, liking kids and enjoying life spontaneously. But she wandered off the straight path, probably the cock carousel, until like her hair she became tightly wound and fraying at the edges. School politics probably didn’t help. Chinavirus certainly didn’t.

In this moment, our school leaders should be asking: What is being done to support the emotional needs of the teachers? Do they sleep well at night? Are they equipped with the psychological tools to return to an unfamiliar-looking building where they, in turn, are expected to be the emotional and academic cheerleaders for their students? What happens when, instead of getting the virus, we see educators experience anxiety, panic attacks, or stress-induced ailments? Do schools have the necessary supports in place to care for the mental health of its educators?

Normal human beings don’t call schoolteachers “educators”. That’s bureaucrat talk.

I would love to see our schools provide teachers with a mental health day…

They’re called Saturdays.

…debriefings with counselors, dedicated meditation spaces…

Sorry, tits, we already turned that into a lactation room.

…and “break cards” that teachers could use to call an administrator or a member of the support staff into their classroom . no questions asked . should they need time to recenter.

Because even on a normal day in a normal year, teachers are overwhelmed. Heck, I cried in front of 35 seventh-graders on a day when their challenging dynamic proved too much for my well-versed classroom management skills.

Last year’s difficulties pale in comparison to the coming year’s expectations.

I am facing a compounding difficulty in planning for the classes I am supposed to teach . robotics, multimedia, yearbook, and graphic design. When I look through the lesson plans I created for these classes last year, I see things like group work, partner activities, hands-on building, shared classroom materials, exploratory learning, icebreakers, flexible seating, flipped instruction, and Jolly Rancher Fridays.

Boo-hoo. I have to place building foundations in exactly the right place or I’ll get sued for eight digits, all while writing legal documents and training the new guy. Your Jolly Rancher Fridays do not stack up against my failing retaining walls.

I’m not completely unsympathetic–my church fed me to the seventh graders then refused to support my efforts to remove the bad apples, so I know exactly the kind of breakdown she’s describing–but the reason she’s stressed has nothing to do with kids or viruses, and everything to do with school administrators.

Don’t blame the kids, Barbie, or the kids might think the problem is their fault. It is not.

I have to rethink every single one of these things through the lens of .don’t touch, don’t share, don’t get too close..

Then don’t do it. Do what has worked for you instead and when administrators complain you’re spreading the Spanish Flu of 1918, tell them you aren’t going to change. Maybe they’ll fire you and maybe they’ll back down… either will reduce your stress load. Many teachers have been NOT fired over much worse.

Give your students the gift of a normal childhood.

Every assignment will be individual. Most of what I’ve learned about classroom management and responsive education goes out the door. The high fives and handshakes upon entering, for example. The tennis ball that we pass around when we’re taking turns speaking. The use of proximity to corral an off-task student.

Again, give your students the gift of a normal childhood.

The most traumatic part for me is not whether or not we are in the physical school building; it is that students won’t be able to act like children and teachers won’t be able to act like educators . at least not in the traditional sense.

When she’s right, she’s right. And here, she’s totally right.

Try telling a kindergartener that he can’t be on the playground with his friends. Try telling a middle schooler that she can’t swap scrunchies with her girlfriends (and, yes, scrunchies are back). Try telling a high school student in a P.E. class that he can’t play basketball because it’s just too risky to share a ball and guard other players. Try telling an aspiring engineer that she can’t use the classroom materials to build the robot she had been developing.

Autumn’s complaint is fully legit. What is stressful about the coming school year is not that sixth graders will act like sixth graders. It’s that SIXTH GRADERS WON’T BE ALLOWED TO ACT LIKE SIXTH GRADERS.

COVID-19 has nothing to do with medicine. It has everything to do with population control. It is the most malevolent piece of social engineering since the Khmer Rouge declared “everybody is now a farmer. Empty the cities at gunpoint”.

No teacher knows how to handle these scenarios. There was nothing in my bachelor’s or master’s programs that prepared me for this. Nothing in my student teacher training or my four years of leading a classroom. And if we experienced teachers are floundering, imagine what a first-year teacher must feel like right now.

We menfolk know how to handle this: all the rope in Texas and a big oak tree. Punishing simple violence is wrong because some violent people are the good guys. But women can’t see this. It’s really not their job to see when a leader of society needs a stretching for child cruelty.

How did this come to pass? The extermination of fathers. No father worth the vertebra in his spine would tolerate his child being treated worse than a lifer on Death Row. But fathers are no longer allowed in their childrens’ lives.

I wish I could say, .I have a solution!. or that I even have the faintest idea of how things will play out in the coming months. What I do know is that teachers are going through a really hard time as they face the uncertainties and attempt to help their students deal with this moment, too. There’s not exactly a “Returning to School in a Pandemic” guidebook for students or teachers.

Teachers need your friendship, your love, and your encouragement now more than ever. They need to know that they are heard and that their fears are valid.

I have a solution! Teachers need to go back to their husbands. This problem was created by women replacing their husbands with the State, so the solution is to replace the State with husbands… restoring God’s natural order for society. Everything else is, to use the medical term, palliative care.

The problem is not that female rebellion had consequences. The problem is female rebellion.

Teachers may not be able to conquer as much curriculum as in years past, and the ways they teach may be limited . not by their own creativity, but by the safety protocols in place. They also may need the option to step out of the classroom, collect themselves and begin again (see: “break cards.). Understand that they still love your children, our children, and want the best possible education for each and every one of them. Presume positive intentions.

Autumn, if you loved those children then you wouldn’t treat them like disease vectors. In fact, it would be enough to love your husband. He could give you the strength to do what needs to be done.

They also need to know that you will support them in whatever decisions they make. For some, returning to the classroom is going to be too much, and that is OK. Don’t crucify them for honoring their mental health. For others, a really tough day in the classroom may mean that they can’t muster the energy to go to your social event. Don’t hold it against them.

Also, please be cautious when posting your opinions about the return-to-school on social media. It can be a volatile place and, of late, a toxic space of politicization. Recognize that active listening instead of active shouting may be in everybody’s best interest.

Pray for teachers. Please pray for me. There’s a long road ahead, and we teachers need all the help we can get.

I pray you “ed-zoo-caterers” would put down your boxed wine and cats, quit complaining and repent on your knees to God and Husband for opening school-sized doors for the wicked to come in and rule over you. The window for repentance is closing swiftly.


1619 Project Sheds Its History

Social media has become infamous for doing the publisher/platform dance, pretending to be both at the same time so they can refuse to be responsible for any statement they approve. Called upon the filthy carpet of Congress, the 1619 Project’s Hannah Nicole-Smith now attempts a new variant: the history/journalism dance.


That face definitely puts her Yo Mama slur in perspective.


Here’s the history dance:

Lesson Plan: Exploring “The Idea of America” by Nikole Hannah-Jones

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By Pulitzer Center Education, 29 May 2020

Lesson Overview:
.The truth is that as much democracy as this nation has today, it has been born on the backs of black resistance…Black people have seen the worst of America, yet, somehow, we still believe in its best.. .Nikole Hannah-Jones

The 1619 Project, inaugurated with a special issue of The New York Times Magazine, challenges us to reframe U.S. history by marking the year when the first enslaved Africans arrived on Virginia soil as its foundational date.

Award-winning investigative journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones provides an expansive essay on why “black Americans, as much as those men cast in alabaster in the nation’s capital, are this nation’s true “founding fathers…

That BITCH is UNWORTHY. She should have read about more signers of the Declaration than Jefferson.

Carter Braxton used his fortune to fund the colonial army then died in poverty. Legend says that at the time he died, the sheriff was pounding on the front door to collect on those debts.

“Two of [Abraham Clark]’s sons were officers in the Continental Army. He refused to speak of them in Congress, even when they both were captured, tortured, and beaten. However, there was one instance when Clark did bring them up and that was when one of his sons was put on the prison ship, Jersey, notorious for its brutality. Captain Clark was thrown in a dungeon and given no food except that which was shoved through a keyhole. Congress was appalled and made a case to the British and his conditions were improved. The British offered Abraham Clark the lives of his sons if he would only recant his signing and support of the Declaration of Independence; he refused.” -Wikipedia

What did Tyrone do to become a Founding Father? Lose to a Hutu?

Her essay chronicles a history of policies enacted to profit from and disenfranchise black Americans, and the fight not only to claim black liberation, but also to make liberation possible for all Americans.

This lesson plan is designed to introduce Hannah-Jones. essay, and The 1619 Project as a whole, through discussion questions and guided reading. For extension activities and to delve into the other essays and creative works that compose this special issue, please visit:

“Reading guides and the full New York Times Magazine issue text”
“Activities to extend student engagement with The 1619 Project”

That tells us whose arse the Pulitzer people are kissing these days.

The signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776 is often presented as the foundational event of U.S. history.

It’s not a coincidence that I chose two Signers for my examples above.

Referring to the text of the Declaration of Independence, answer the following questions as a class:

What are the values stated in the Declaration of Independence?

Low taxes, self-rule and killing tyrants.

In what ways can you see those values working in contemporary U.S. society? In what ways can you see them failing?

Let’s see… we have now high taxes, a Nanny state and unelected tyrants who fondle themselves while yanking on our chains. For our welfare, of course.

How has the interpretation of those values changed over time? Who is responsible for creating those changes?


Introductory Reading and Discussion:
1. Read this excerpt from Nikole Hannah-Jones. essay to identify her central thesis.

2. As a class, identify Hannah-Jones. central thesis. Then, discuss the reading using one or both of the following sets of questions.

There’s a link but I’ve got a more honest and entertaining essay waiting for you at the end.

Connecting to Content:

What do you know about slavery, and where does that information come from?
What do you know about the contributions of black Americans to U.S. society, and where does that information come from?
What are the ramifications of slavery in contemporary U.S. life?
How does the story of the U.S. change if we mark the beginning of U.S. history in 1619 instead of 1776?


What is national memory? How do we create it? How can we change it?

By lying about history, if you ask the New York Times.

What examples of hypocrisy in the founding of the U.S. does Hannah-Jones supply? What evidence can you see for how “some might argue that this nation was founded not as a democracy but as a slavocracy.? …

.The Idea of America. is bookended by personal stories; it begins with Hannah-Jones. memory of her father’s attachment to the American flag, and ends with a story about a middle school class assignment. Why do you think the author includes personal anecdotes in her essay? Why do you think she writes in first-person throughout?

Because she’s a blacktivist deceiver with a racist agenda, and not an actual scholar. This is the junk getting taught to America’s children as facts.

But all is not well in Pulitzer Land.

Tom Cotton Introduces Bill to Prohibit Federal Funding for Schools Using .1619 Project. Curriculum

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By Zachary Evans, 23 July 2020

Senator Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) introduced a law on Thursday that would prohibit federal funding for schools that incorporate curriculum from the New York Times’s .1619 Project..

The 1619 Project, named after the year when colonists first brought slaves to the U.S., attempts to retell American history by emphasizing the importance of slavery in the country’s earliest years. However, historians have criticized the project for basic “factual errors” and a . displacement of historical understanding by ideology.. (One example of such an error in the project is the assertion that the colonies revolted from British rule in order to preserve slavery.)

.The New York Times’s 1619 Project is a racially divisive, revisionist account of history that denies the noble principles of freedom and equality on which our nation was founded,. Cotton said in a statement. .Not a single cent of federal funding should go to indoctrinate young Americans with this left-wing garbage..

Go get ’em, King Cotton! Sorry, couldn’t resist, but seriously, Tom is doing a good deed by introducing this legislation. I hope it passes. Even if it doesn’t, it managed to force Oprah candidate Nikole Hyphen-Negro onto the other foot, or should I say, the other half of her dance.

The “I’m just a journalist” dance.

1619 Project Creator Admits “It Is Not A History. But a Fight “to Control the National Narrative.


By Mary Chastain, 28 July 2020

I often break links because so many of them auto-fill-in their own formatting, which can throw my normal formatting off in unpredictable ways when I draw from so many sources. This one I left intact so you can easily read the tweets for yourself. There is not a dull one in the batch.

Someday I’ll learn how to quote Twitter… nah.

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AK) thrust the New York Times. 1619 Project back into the spotlight when he threatened to defund schools that use it in the curriculum.

The discussion led creator Hannah Jones to admit the 1619 Project is not history, but a “work of journalism..

[Quoting from NHJ’s twitter on the linked website:] “I.ve always said that the 1619 Project is not a history. It is a work of journalism that explicitly seeks to challenge the national narrative and, therefore, the national memory. The project has always been as much about the present as it is the past.

The term for that is PROPAGANDA. Which, also, should not be taxpayer-funded.

“The crazy thing is, the 1619 Project is using history and reporting to make an argument. It never pretended to be a history. We explicitly state our aims and produced a series of essays. Critique was always expected, but the need to discredit it speaks to something else.

Which is it, Nicull or however your name is misspelled? Is it history, is it journalism or is it Mein Kampf for Melanin?

The fight here is about who gets to control the national narrative, and therefore, the nation’s shared memory of itself. One group has monopolized this for too long in order to create this myth of exceptionalism. If their version is true, what do they have to fear of 1619?”

Whoa. Truly, Senator Cotton, you have managed a rare achievement: you shucked the skinsuit off a Child of the Lie like an oyster from its shell… specifically, by steaming it!

Jones also said they “explicitly stated” their aims in the piece. The last sentence of the introduction (my emphasis): .On the 400th anniversary of this fateful moment, it is finally time to tell our story truthfully..

Truthfully. When I read “truthfully” I expect facts and history.

Even if Jones wanted the 1619 Project to be a “work in journalism” she chose the wrong term. Journalism, like history, should report the truth. Not your truth. Not alternative facts.

Distorted Curriculum
Jones tweeted that her project “was never intended to supplant US history curriculum.” She had to add that it “is pretty terrible but none of these folks seem concerned about that..

Jones won a Pulitzer for the 1619 Project. The Pulitzer Center has a website dedicated to The 1619 Project Curriculum.

If she never “intended to supplant” the curriculum then we need her to explain why the website says the project “challenges us to reframe U.S. history by marking the year when the first enslaved Africans arrived on Virginia soil as our nation’s foundational date..

That’s the curriculum, and Pulitzer, that I opened with. Nikole Hannah-Jones is projecting like an Oculus when she sees White Man as an intolerant, racist, hopelessly violent monster that can’t wait to continue a centuries-old tradition of tribal warfare.

And because ->I<- believe in facts, unlike a certain black woman with orange hair and hoop earrings, let me support what I just claimed with this letter to the editor of Notre Dame’s the Observer that ran in 1995:

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It never ceases to amaze that I do more research for my quiet blog than most professional journalists do for their careers.


Unprofessional Vascular Surgeons in Bikinis!

If there’s one reason to distrust the modern medical profession, it’s their fear-mongering us over a disease so lethal that most people need a blood test to know whether they’re sick. If there’s a second reason to distrust the quacks, it’s what qualifies as “peer review” these days. On that note, CHICKS IN THONGS! Let’s review some peers!

H/T Adam Piggott.

Costa Rica has… mountains.

Doctor Geisha, excuse me, Doctor Kesia. She already makes me feel better!

Hunter McGrady

EYE BLEACH! That was a vascular surgery patient, not a vascular surgery doctor. My bad. Dayumn, even the SI swimsuit issue is showing the fattening effects of the summer lockdown.

No, no, I’m serious. What we just did was peer review.

Prevalence of unprofessional social media content among young vascular surgeons

Journal of Vascular Surgery
Volume 72, Issue 2, August 2020, Pages 667-671

Sourced from https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S074152141932587X

“Presented at the Forty-seventh Annual Symposium of the Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery, Boca Raton, Fla, March 16-20, 2019.” Nobody noticed at the time, of course, because nobody goes to a symposium at a Florida resort to stay indoors and discuss paperwork.


It has been demonstrated that publicly available social media content may affect patient choice of physician, hospital, and medical facility. Furthermore, such content has the potential to affect professional reputation among peers and employers. Our goal was to evaluate the extent of unprofessional social media content among recent vascular surgery fellows and residents.

Best. Dissertation topic. Ever.


The Association of Program Directors in Vascular Surgery directory was used to compile a list of graduating vascular surgery trainees from 2016 to 2018. Neutral Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts were used to search for publicly available information. All content was screened by two separate investigators for prespecified clearly unprofessional or potentially unprofessional content. Clearly unprofessional content included: Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act violations, intoxicated appearance, unlawful behavior, possession of drugs or drug paraphernalia, and uncensored profanity or offensive comments about colleagues/work/patients.

What’s wrong with drinking outside work? You wouldn’t want a doctor who can’t unwind.

Potentially unprofessional content included: holding/consuming alcohol, inappropriate attire, censored profanity, controversial political or religious comments, and controversial social topics. Descriptive data were compiled and Fisher exact test was used for categorical comparisons.

Uh-oh. I don’t suppose the authors were Christians looking for heretics and nobody tried to define what the boldfaced meant. This might have been a witch hunt rather than a chick hunt. Epic backfire if so, however, because notice they also included “inappropriate attire”. Which meant girls being PRETTY in swimwear!

This is Erica Mitchell, the only female co-author. Glossy hair is nice but I see a lot of masculinization in her face. Angled eyebrows, hooded upper eyelids, flattened lower eyelids, a jawline feminine in adolescence but since bulked out with proto-jowls and a lower lip thicker than the upper lip. Prominent cheekbones indicating social dominance. Not sure what her pencil neck indicates other than frailty.

I find confirmation in her parting her hair for transitioning to a “Karen” haircut. In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if most of that hair is a wig, considering this pic was taken in a studio. Conclusion: ball-busting feminist dyke.


Omitting statistical analyses.

There were 480 vascular surgeons identified. 325 (68%) were male, 456 (95%) held MD degrees, and 115 (24%) were integrated (0 + 5) vascular surgery residents. Of these, 235 had publicly identifiable social media accounts across all platforms.

Assuming all wimminz were on social media, only one-quarter of men were dumb enough to have easily traceable social media accounts. Not bad.

Sixty-one (26%) account holders had either clearly unprofessional or potentially unprofessional content. Eight accounts (3.4%) contained content categorized as clearly unprofessional: obvious alcohol intoxication in three Facebook accounts and uncensored profanity or offensive comments about colleagues/work/patients in one Facebook and five Twitter accounts. Potentially unprofessional content appeared in 58 accounts (25%) and included holding/consuming alcohol (29 accounts, 12.3%), controversial political comments (22 accounts, 9.4%), inappropriate/offensive attire (9 accounts, 3.8%), censored profanity (8 accounts, 3.4%), controversial social topics (6 accounts, 2.5%), and controversial religious comments (2 accounts, .9%).

Let’s do all of them at once!

There was no significant difference in unprofessional content across sex, training paradigm (MD vs non-MD), or residency track. However, there was more unprofessional content for those who self-identified as vascular surgeons.


One-half of recent and soon to be graduating vascular surgery trainees had an identifiable social media account with more than one-quarter of these containing unprofessional content.

Hello, wimminz!

Account holders who self-identified as vascular surgeons were more likely to be associated with unprofessional social media behavior. Young surgeons should be aware of the permanent public exposure of unprofessional content that can be accessed by peers, patients, and current/future employers.

Not really permanent when most of the female vascular surgeons want to attract a husband rather than practice specialty medicine in a very unstable workplace.

This is a postcard of what Dalrock called “female territory marking”.

Sexism is alive and well when the competence of vascular surgeons is judged by what they wear on holiday

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By Harriet Hall, 28 July 2020

This is Harriet Hall. I hope her preferred pronouns are weirdo, ugly and fake.

Straight off the bat, I might as well admit that I’m not an avid reader of the Journal of Vascular Surgery…


…but I’d be tempted to make a wild assumption (.ass., I know… .you and me.) about its typical contents: veins, arteries, lymphatic vessels and ideas backed up by scrupulous peer-reviewed research with which to maintain the respective healthy functioning of each.

Which is why I was surprised to read about a study published in said esteemed journal on something quite different: the “prevalence of unprofessional social media content among young vascular surgeons.” The study claimed to be concerned with the impact a surgeon’s public social media account might have on their professional reputation and a prospective patient’s choice of surgeon. What resourceful use of scarce scientific funding.

The journal was obviously getting low on publishable content. Complaining about the death rates from being shut down to reserve hospitals for plague carts that never showed up, however, would have been politically incorrect, so instead they tried to focus on the politically incorrect behavior of individual dissidents.

Only for the effort to be derailed by Doctor Karen getting catty against the pretty girls.

The scientists involved, from the Boston Medical Centre and Salem Health Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, compiled a list of 480 graduating trainees and screened their publicly available social media activity, taking into account any “clearly unprofessional content” including unlawful behaviour and profanities about colleagues, as well as any “potentially unprofessional content” including .holding/consuming alcohol., discussion of any “controversial topics” and “inappropriate attire.” The latter was categorised as “pictures in underwear, provocative Halloween costume and provocative posing in bikinis/swimwear.. Six out of seven of the study’s authors responsible for defining what was “inappropriate attire” behaviour were . and I’m sure this comes as a huge shock . male.

Both sexes are interested in detecting inappropriate attire. Men to enjoy it, pretty women to model it and ugly women to punish it.

This is what happens when you put women into STEM. Wimminz gonna wammin.

In response to the publication of the research, female surgeons began sharing photographs of themselves across social media wearing bikinis using the hashtag #MedBikini. .I am a woman in medicine who loves to travel to tropical locations and dress accordingly,. captioned one. .I will not wear my white coat and scrubs to Hawaii..

Cute, but she comes with a blue check mark and $250k in student loans. Pass.

Other women began sharing the sexism they.d experienced at work, contrasted with the professionalism experienced by their male colleagues. The journal has since apologised and pledged to take .resolute steps to improve our review process and increase diversity of our editorial boards.. But that’s not really the point, is it?

Hastily making apologies after the fact is rather less effective in tackling diversity than simply not operating in a sexist manner in the first place. A lack of “diversity” also feels like a feeble attempt at an excuse when we’re talking about half of the population.

Good point. Apologizing for hating on alcohol and bikinis is one thing. Promising to set it right by exterminating the whiteness of the organization is quite the non sequiter.

Although only 20 per cent of surgeons in the UK are women, a figure that drops to 8 per cent for vascular surgeons, the journal’s review board is clearly not representative of the profession, let alone aspirational or attempting to lead change, given their response. Even if there weren’t many female peer reviewers available for this paper, you.d hope that by now men at the top of their professional careers would be capable of understanding that categorising women on the perceived “inappropriateness” of their clothes isn’t really the done thing anymore. It’s not as though we’ve kept it quiet that we’re been judged more harshly than our male peers for the last 2,000 years.

Ah, the gnashing of ugly Karen’s teeth. “Although only 8 percent of vascular surgeons are female, they should have let us women be in charge!”

It.s more than just a case of tokenistic representation. Not having women at the top of medicine is a significant contributing factor in the dismissal of female health issues, with conditions such as endometriosis often taking years to be correctly diagnosed. Female pain is not equal.

Female health is so dramatically overfunded in comparison to male health that this isn’t funny. The idea that white men hoard all the resources simply because white men are at the top is pure projection of what women will do given the opportunity.

Women don’t want power and money in order to apply it to something. They want power and money as ends in themselves.

The study into bikini-wearing surgeons is not an anomaly. Employers just can’t seem to leave the matter of women’s clothing alone. Just last week an employment law firm released a study that found a third of women to have been asked to dress in a more sexually appealing way or put more make-up on for video calls while working remotely, as if dealing with a pandemic and the lion’s share of the childcare wasn’t enough to be dealing with right now.

Sex sells, Karen. Deal with it. Oh, right, you’re an ugly trannie weirdo who no longer has the ability to be sexy. No husband. No babies. No home except that cubicle at a British tabloid that you thought would be empowering. It’s a, ahem, *pretty* good picture of Hell.

When men enter the workplace, they might shave and iron their shirt, but they don’t worry if their forearms might provoke a sexualised outburst from a colleague or if their visible kneecaps could disenchant their boss to promote them.

Men spend many hours in the gym building up the kind of muscles that women can’t keep their hands off of. We LIKE female attention but you witches…

Meh, I can’t continue. Women in bikinis these days are gold rings in pig snouts. This is all about the weaponization of female sexuality, not a drop of which is for men to actually enjoy. At least, enjoy being the point of Barbie paying for med school with a Pornhub account.


I Went To John MacArthur’s Church

Pastor MacArthur decided to reopen his mega-sized Grace Community Church in blatant, trumpeted violation of Dictator Newscum’s anti-Christian decrees. By chance, I was in position to attend his first service following that.

I begin with his announcement. The reader will quickly note it’s way too long. MacArthur could have said more with just ten words: “Separation of Church and State, bureaucrats! Now it’s our turn!” Or even just three words, “Non Serviam Tyrannis”.

A Biblical Case for the Church’s Duty to Remain Open


Christ is Lord of all. He is the one true head of the church (Ephesians 1:22; 5:23; Colossians 1:18). He is also King of kings.sovereign over every earthly authority (1 Timothy 6:15; Revelation 17:14; 19:16). Grace Community Church has always stood immovably on those biblical principles. As His people, we are subject to His will and commands as revealed in Scripture. Therefore we cannot and will not acquiesce to a government-imposed moratorium on our weekly congregational worship or other regular corporate gatherings. Compliance would be disobedience to our Lord’s clear commands.

Some will think such a firm statement is inexorably in conflict with the command to be subject to governing authorities laid out in Romans 13 and 1 Peter 2. Scripture does mandate careful, conscientious obedience to all governing authority, including kings, governors, employers, and their agents (in Peter’s words, .not only to those who are good and gentle, but also to those who are unreasonable. [1 Peter 2:18]).

Cuckservatives, please stop defeating your own arguments. The context here is not a lawful government, but a lawless one. Sacramento is in full frontal violation of all three of its sources of legitimacy: Christ Jesus, the U.S. Constitution and California’s taxpaying citizens.

Newsom & friends don’t care what our reasons are for disobeying them. They don’t care whether this is what Christ really teaches. They only care that despite their best efforts, we still exist.

Insofar as government authorities do not attempt to assert ecclesiastical authority or issue orders that forbid our obedience to God’s law, their authority is to be obeyed whether we agree with their rulings or not. In other words, Romans 13 and 1 Peter 2 still bind the consciences of individual Christians. We are to obey our civil authorities as powers that God Himself has ordained.

Stop. Defeating. Yourselves.

However, while civil government is invested with divine authority to rule the state, neither of those texts (nor any other) grants civic rulers jurisdiction over the church. God has established three institutions within human society: the family, the state, and the church. Each institution has a sphere of authority with jurisdictional limits that must be respected. A father’s authority is limited to his own family. Church leaders. authority (which is delegated to them by Christ) is limited to church matters. And government is specifically tasked with the oversight and protection of civic peace and well-being within the boundaries of a nation or community. God has not granted civic rulers authority over the doctrine, practice, or polity of the church. The biblical framework limits the authority of each institution to its specific jurisdiction. The church does not have the right to meddle in the affairs of individual families and ignore parental authority. Parents do not have authority to manage civil matters while circumventing government officials. And similarly, government officials have no right to interfere in ecclesiastical matters in a way that undermines or disregards the God-given authority of pastors and elders.

Wordy wordy wordy. Like I already said, just say “Ha Ha, Separation of Church and State!” The boldfaced part made me suspect that MacArthur was going Catholic on me, objecting to the lockdowns only because they were undermining his ability to pass the offering basket. This seems to not have been the case, thankfully.

I will post the remainder for the sake of completeness and posterity. Feel free to skip to the end. I did.

When any one of the three institutions exceeds the bounds of its jurisdiction it is the duty of the other institutions to curtail that overreach. Therefore, when any government official issues orders regulating worship (such as bans on singing, caps on attendance, or prohibitions against gatherings and services), he steps outside the legitimate bounds of his God-ordained authority as a civic official and arrogates to himself authority that God expressly grants only to the Lord Jesus Christ as sovereign over His Kingdom, which is the church. His rule is mediated to local churches through those pastors and elders who teach His Word (Matthew 16:18.19; 2 Timothy 3:16.4:2).

Therefore, in response to the recent state order requiring churches in California to limit or suspend all meetings indefinitely, we, the pastors and elders of Grace Community Church, respectfully inform our civic leaders that they have exceeded their legitimate jurisdiction, and faithfulness to Christ prohibits us from observing the restrictions they want to impose on our corporate worship services.

Said another way, it has never been the prerogative of civil government to order, modify, forbid, or mandate worship. When, how, and how often the church worships is not subject to Caesar. Caesar himself is subject to God. Jesus affirmed that principle when He told Pilate, .You would have no authority over Me, unless it had been given you from above. (John 19:11). And because Christ is head of the church, ecclesiastical matters pertain to His Kingdom, not Caesar.s. Jesus drew a stark distinction between those two kingdoms when He said, .Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s. (Mark 12:17). Our Lord Himself always rendered to Caesar what was Caesar’s, but He never offered to Caesar what belongs solely to God.

As pastors and elders, we cannot hand over to earthly authorities any privilege or power that belongs solely to Christ as head of His church. Pastors and elders are the ones to whom Christ has given the duty and the right to exercise His spiritual authority in the church (1 Peter 5:1.4; Hebrews 13:7, 17).and Scripture alone defines how and whom they are to serve (1 Corinthians 4:1.4). They have no duty to follow orders from a civil government attempting to regulate the worship or governance of the church. In fact, pastors who cede their Christ-delegated authority in the church to a civil ruler have abdicated their responsibility before their Lord and violated the God-ordained spheres of authority as much as the secular official who illegitimately imposes his authority upon the church. Our church’s doctrinal statement has included this paragraph for more than 40 years:

We teach the autonomy of the local church, free from any external authority or control, with the right of self-government and freedom from the interference of any hierarchy of individuals or organizations (Titus 1:5). We teach that it is scriptural for true churches to cooperate with each other for the presentation and propagation of the faith. Each local church, however, through its elders and their interpretation and application of Scripture, should be the sole judge of the measure and method of its cooperation. The elders should determine all other matters of membership, policy, discipline, benevolence, and government as well (Acts 15:19.31; 20:28; 1 Corinthians 5:4.7, 13; 1 Peter 5:1.4).

In short, as the church, we do not need the state’s permission to serve and worship our Lord as He has commanded. The church is Christ’s precious bride (2 Corinthians 11:2; Ephesians 5:23.27). She belongs to Him alone. She exists by His will and serves under His authority. He will tolerate no assault on her purity and no infringement of His headship over her. All of that was established when Jesus said, .I will build My church; and the gates of Hades will not overpower it. (Matthew 16:18).

Christ.s own authority is “far above all rule and authority and power and dominion, and every name that is named, not only in this age but also in the one to come. And [God the Father has] put all things in subjection under [Christ.s] feet, and gave Him as head over all things to the church, which is His body, the fullness of Him who fills all in all. (Ephesians 1:21.23).

Accordingly, the honor that we rightly owe our earthly governors and magistrates (Romans 13:7) does not include compliance when such officials attempt to subvert sound doctrine, corrupt biblical morality, exercise ecclesiastical authority, or supplant Christ as head of the church in any other way.

The biblical order is clear: Christ is Lord over Caesar, not vice versa. Christ, not Caesar, is head of the church. Conversely, the church does not in any sense rule the state. Again, these are distinct kingdoms, and Christ is sovereign over both. Neither church nor state has any higher authority than that of Christ Himself, who declared, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. (Matthew 28:18).

Notice that we are not making a constitutional argument, even though the First Amendment of the United States Constitution expressly affirms this principle in its opening words: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” The right we are appealing to was not created by the Constitution. It is one of those unalienable rights granted solely by God, who ordained human government and establishes both the extent and the limitations of the state’s authority (Romans 13:1.7). Our argument therefore is purposely not grounded in the First Amendment; it is based on the same biblical principles that the Amendment itself is founded upon. The exercise of true religion is a divine duty given to men and women created in God’s image (Genesis 1:26.27; Acts 4:18.20; 5:29; cf. Matthew 22:16.22). In other words, freedom of worship is a command of God, not a privilege granted by the state.

An additional point needs to be made in this context. Christ is always faithful and true (Revelation 19:11). Human governments are not so trustworthy. Scripture says, .the whole world lies in the power of the evil one. (1 John 5:19). That refers, of course, to Satan. John 12:31 and 16:11 call him “the ruler of this world,. meaning he wields power and influence through this world’s political systems (cf. Luke 4:6; Ephesians 2:2; 6:12). Jesus said of him, .he is a liar and the father of lies. (John 8:44). History is full of painful reminders that government power is easily and frequently abused for evil purposes. Politicians may manipulate statistics and the media can cover up or camouflage inconvenient truths. So a discerning church cannot passively or automatically comply if the government orders a shutdown of congregational meetings.even if the reason given is a concern for public health and safety.

The church by definition is an assembly. That is the literal meaning of the Greek word for .church..ekklesia.the assembly of the called-out ones. A non-assembling assembly is a contradiction in terms. Christians are therefore commanded not to forsake the practice of meeting together (Hebrews 10:25).and no earthly state has a right to restrict, delimit, or forbid the assembling of believers. We have always supported the underground church in nations where Christian congregational worship is deemed illegal by the state.

When officials restrict church attendance to a certain number, they attempt to impose a restriction that in principle makes it impossible for the saints to gather as the church. When officials prohibit singing in worship services, they attempt to impose a restriction that in principle makes it impossible for the people of God to obey the commands of Ephesians 5:19 and Colossians 3:16. When officials mandate distancing, they attempt to impose a restriction that in principle makes it impossible to experience the close communion between believers that is commanded in Romans 16:16, 1 Corinthians 16:20, 2 Corinthians 13:12, and 1 Thessalonians 5:26. In all those spheres, we must submit to our Lord.

Although we in America may be unaccustomed to government intrusion into the church of our Lord Jesus Christ, this is by no means the first time in church history that Christians have had to deal with government overreach or hostile rulers. As a matter of fact, persecution of the church by government authorities has been the norm, not the exception, throughout church history. .Indeed,. Scripture says, “all who desire to live godly in Christ Jesus will be persecuted. (2 Timothy 3:12). Historically, the two main persecutors have always been secular government and false religion. Most of Christianity’s martyrs have died because they refused to obey such authorities. This is, after all, what Christ promised: .If they persecuted Me, they will also persecute you. (John 15:20). In the last of the beatitudes, He said, “Blessed are you when people insult you and persecute you, and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of Me. Rejoice and be glad, for your reward in heaven is great; for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you. (Matthew 5:11.12).

As government policy moves further away from biblical principles, and as legal and political pressures against the church intensify, we must recognize that the Lord may be using these pressures as means of purging to reveal the true church. Succumbing to governmental overreach may cause churches to remain closed indefinitely. How can the true church of Jesus Christ distinguish herself in such a hostile climate? There is only one way: bold allegiance to the Lord Jesus Christ.

Even where governments seem sympathetic to the church, Christian leaders have often needed to push back against aggressive state officials. In Calvin’s Geneva, for example, church officials at times needed to fend off attempts by the city council to govern aspects of worship, church polity, and church discipline. The Church of England has never fully reformed, precisely because the British Crown and Parliament have always meddled in church affairs. In 1662, the Puritans were ejected from their pulpits because they refused to bow to government mandates regarding use of the Book of Common Prayer, the wearing of vestments, and other ceremonial aspects of state-regulated worship. The British Monarch still claims to be the supreme governor and titular head of the Anglican Church.

But again: Christ is the one true head of His church, and we intend to honor that vital truth in all our gatherings. For that preeminent reason, we cannot accept and will not bow to the intrusive restrictions government officials now want to impose on our congregation. We offer this response without rancor, and not out of hearts that are combative or rebellious (1 Timothy 2:1.8; 1 Peter 2:13.17), but with a sobering awareness that we must answer to the Lord Jesus for the stewardship He has given to us as shepherds of His precious flock.

To government officials, we respectfully say with the apostles, .Whether it is right in the sight of God to give heed to you rather than to God, you be the judge. (Acts 4:19). And our unhesitating reply to that question is the same as the apostles.: .We must obey God rather than men. (Acts 5:29).

Our prayer is that every faithful congregation will stand with us in obedience to our Lord as Christians have done through the centuries.

Stop talking. Please stop talking. I’m begging you.


The elders of Grace Church considered and independently consented to the original government order, not because we believed the state has a right to tell churches when, whether, or how to worship. To be clear, we believe that the original orders were just as much an illegitimate intrusion of state authority into ecclesiastical matters as we believe it is now. However, because we could not possibly have known the true severity of the virus, and because we care about people as our Lord did, we believe guarding public health against serious contagions is a rightful function of Christians as well as civil government. Therefore, we voluntarily followed the initial recommendations of our government. It is, of course, legitimate for Christians to abstain from the assembly of saints temporarily in the face of illness or an imminent threat to public health.

When the devastating lockdown began, it was supposed to be a short-term stopgap measure, with the goal to “flatten the curve..meaning they wanted to slow the rate of infection to ensure that hospitals weren’t overwhelmed. And there were horrific projections of death. In light of those factors, our pastors supported the measures by observing the guidelines that were issued for churches.

But we did not yield our spiritual authority to the secular government. We said from the very start that our voluntary compliance was subject to change if the restrictions dragged on beyond the stated goal, or politicians unduly intruded into church affairs, or if health officials added restrictions that would attempt to undermine the church’s mission. We made every decision with our own burden of responsibility in mind. We simply took the early opportunity to support the concerns of health officials and accommodate the same concerns among our church members, out of a desire to act in an abundance of care and reasonableness (Philippians 4:5).

But we are now more than twenty weeks into the unrelieved restrictions. It is apparent that those original projections of death were wrong and the virus is nowhere near as dangerous as originally feared. Still, roughly forty percent of the year has passed with our church essentially unable to gather in a normal way. Pastors. ability to shepherd their flocks has been severely curtailed. The unity and influence of the church has been threatened. Opportunities for believers to serve and minister to one another have been missed. And the suffering of Christians who are troubled, fearful, distressed, infirm, or otherwise in urgent need of fellowship and encouragement has been magnified beyond anything that could reasonably be considered just or necessary.

Major public events that were planned for 2021 are already being canceled, signaling that officials are preparing to keep restrictions in place into next year and beyond. That forces churches to choose between the clear command of our Lord and the government officials. Therefore, following the authority of our Lord Jesus Christ, we gladly choose to obey Him.

Stand with us in support of the biblical mandate to gather for corporate worship. [Signatures accepted below]

Whew! So, I liked the sentiment but had a nasty suspicion that “nobly defying the governor in the name of Christ” would look like a big tent set up in the parking lot, masks and social distancing mandatory, with a worship team Skyping in from their Ivory Tower of Safety and the passing of oil-barrel-sized tithe buckets.

My workload had dropped off enough that I had just gone up to Los Angeles for an extended weekend with family when I read this. Why harbor poisonous suspicions? Why not go and see Mac’s resolve for myself? So, I did.

Walking onto the campus, I noticed neither Blantifa nor LAPD. Security was present, as were signs prohibiting photography… something that should definitely become a “new normal” for politically sensitive events because most amateur journalists are only one “hoodies up” from throwing bricks themselves.

Foot traffic was diverted to a large tent set up in the parking lot and the auditorium was closed. Uh-oh. But people weren’t wearing masks and weren’t social distancing, either. I mean 95% were not wearing masks. This in a city whose businesses are 100.0% lockstep goosemarching for Fauci.

It looked… like a normal church Sunday. It’s been so long since I’ve seen one.

The speaker talked about the redefinition of beauty as something that points one to God. I understood what he was trying to communicate but this kind of wordplay is exactly what Churchians resort to when they want to duck urgent matters of leadership. No worship music.

Oh, wait! After he finished, the auditorium opened up for seating. The tent thing had only been the Sunday School class. (Did I mention that Grace Community is a megachurch? Three hundred people for a single Bible class is not unknown here.)

Inside was awesome. No social distancing. A couple people wore masks, mostly the elderly who are the ones needing special measures to avoid COVID, and there was outdoor seating for anybody wanting to six-foot their neighbor. The auditorium was mostly full despite short notice and any COVID worries. There were hymnals and Bibles in the pews like I haven’t seen for twenty years.

We sang a few hymns. Live instruments, us congregants standing next to each other, screw you Newscum! This church is OPEN!!!

MacArthur got a standing ovation when he took the pulpit. I must not have been the only Christian peeved about the lockdowns.

His choice for Scripture reading was Daniel 6, which if you look it up was as subtle as a Trigglypuff’s belch in the direction of California’s dishonest-law-making weasels. Now this was the sort of sermon I’d been hoping for! Not an hour of “beauty isn’t about being pretty”.

One point MacArthur made is that this world is not going to understand our devotion to Christ. It’s true but rather besides the point at this stage in the game, not to mention it doesn’t explain MacArthur’s 2,810-word explanation of why he was telling the Christ-haters to go gag themselves.

All in all, it was a normal Sunday service, the kind we used to have before pastors everywhere took a knee to welcome the Red Dawn, and I had wondered if such a day would ever come again. It brought a tear to my eye that one finally did!

On my way out, across the street was a kiosk taking names for a “Recall Newsom” petition. I’d already signed for this year and think late July is probably too late for November 2020, but seeing that put the cherry on my Sunday.



Tony Fauci’s Bioweapon

I waited months to do this expose so it could be done right, with no guesswork. The time has come to discuss the truth behind Tony Fauci and his SARS-Cov-2, now that I’ve found the money trail.

We begin with the Bill Gates connection.

Global Health Leaders Launch Decade of Vaccines Collaboration | Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

htt ps://www.gatesfoundation.org/Media-Center/Press-Releases/2010/12/Global-Health-Leaders-Launch-Decade-of-Vaccines-Collaboration

NEW YORK — The World Health Organization (WHO), UNICEF, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation have announced a collaboration to increase coordination across the international vaccine community and create a Global Vaccine Action Plan. This plan will build on the successes of current work to achieve key milestones in the discovery, development and delivery of lifesaving vaccines to the most vulnerable populations in the poorest countries over the next decade.

The collaboration follows the January 2010 call by Bill and Melinda Gates for the next ten years to be the Decade of Vaccines. The Global Vaccine Action Plan will enable greater coordination across all stakeholder groups . national governments, multilateral organizations, civil society, the private sector and philanthropic organizations — and will identify critical policy, resource, and other gaps that must be addressed to realize the life-saving potential of vaccines.

The tired globalist dream of Unity, of convergence across all sectors of society… for pumping Central Government-approved biochemicals into your body with maximum efficiency and minimum dissent. While I don’t consider myself an anti-vaxxer, nothing I’ve read in any of these institutions’ relevant publications allows room for dissent or conscientious objection.

The structure of the Decade of Vaccines Collaboration includes a Leadership Council to provide oversight for the planning effort, a Steering Committee that holds the primary responsibility for developing the action plan, an International Advisory Committee to assist the Leadership Council in evaluating the action plan, and a Secretariat for administrative support.

Prof. Pedro Alonso, Director for the Institute for Global Health of Barcelona and Dr. Christopher Elias, President and CEO of PATH, have been appointed co-chairs of the Steering Committee and the Secretariat.

Alonso is an expert in African epidemiology, particularly malaria. Malaria is a good example of how treatment can be superior to vaccination. Here’s a chart of death rates to African malaria:

Sourced from http://egnorance.blogspot.com/2012/11/in-effect-then-this-effort-to-eliminate.html . Caption: “Malaria death rates worldwide in the 20th century. The top line includes sub-Saharan Africa. The bottom line excludes it. Note that the sub-Saharan death rate alone is even higher than the top (worldwide) graph. DDT was first widely used in the 1940’s. The highly successful campaign to ban DDT worldwide began in 1970.

Sourced from https://wattsupwiththat.com/2010/09/13/smacking-down-malaria-misconceptions/

The lesson here is that “Vaccinations are the solution” is a purely political goal, one whose only realistic justification is a refusal to use pesticides or other environmental controls to restrict the spread of disease. In the context of malaria, instead of trying to control the mosquito population these vaccinators try to control the human population. In the context of COVID-19, note how Western governments were quick to impose punitive social controls upon their internal populations with almost no effort to close borders with China, the source of the plague.

.Vaccines are miracles,. said Prof. Alonso, .For just a few dollars per child, vaccines prevent disease and disability for a lifetime. We must make sure that people understand that vaccines are one of the best investments in health..

Elias received his MD from the Jesuit-operated, private Creighton University and per Wikipedia, “In October 2011, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation formally announced the appointment of Elias to the position of president of its global development program. In this role, Elias is responsible of leading the foundation’s efforts in developing countries to overcome hunger, poverty and disease.”

The Leadership Council is comprised of:

Dr. Margaret Chan, Director General of WHO;
Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, Director of NIAID, part of the National Institutes of Health;
Mr. Anthony Lake, Executive Director for UNICEF;
Ms. Joy Phumaphi, Chair of the International Advisory Committee and Executive Secretary, African Leaders Malaria Alliance
Dr. Tachi Yamada, President of Global Health at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation;

There he is. Fauci isn’t just Gates’ ally. He’s also the WHO Director General’s ally.

The Decade of Vaccines Collaboration expects to complete its work by mid-2012. At that time, all vaccine stakeholder groups will be responsible for implementing the action plan.

.We look forward to working with the global vaccine community to extend the benefits made possible by existing vaccines and new vaccines in development,. said Dr. Elias, .Together we can ensure that all children have a shot at a healthy life..

You can find the action plan at this link:


Here’s an excerpt from the list of responsibilities from page 96:

Governments, as the main providers of immunization, should do the following:

Notice it’s governments being the main providers, not the manufacturers as a capitalist society would do.

Increase support for national immunization programmes and ensure financial sustainability by 2020.

The Gates Foundation wants taxpayers to pay the cost of its vaccination programs. Also, the timing makes the COVID-19 crisis a great excuse to fund a new, massive, mandatory, intrusive vaccination program.

Depending upon countries. income and as economies grow, fund an increasing proportion of domestic immunization programmes, progressing to the full funding of domestic programmes, and then funding global immunization efforts.

“Our agenda at your expense.”

Develop and introduce laws, regulations, and policies that support immunization programmes and a secure, high-quality supply base, if necessary.

This is pure tyranny. If vaccinations are a good idea then why mandate them?

Develop region- and country-specific plans, together with other stakeholders in region/country.

Prioritize and assume full ownership of national immunization programmes in order to create equity-driven programmes that reach every community.

No dissent permitted.

Work with stakeholders within and outside governments.

Respond with timely information when public concerns are raised about safety and efficacy to sustain public trust.

Only deceivers care about maintaining public trust. Honest men can trust their reputations.

Ensure immunization programmes are adequately staffed with personnel who are well trained and given appropriate incentives to manage the programme and deliver services.

Increase awareness of the importance of immunization to improve a population’s health and its contributions to strengthening health systems and primary health care.

Effectively convey messages on vaccines to create demand.

Engage in dialogue with communities and media and use effective communications techniques to convey messages about vaccines and to address safety concerns.

Instead of permitting dissent.

Encourage and support research on vaccines and vaccination issues; and encourage education at all levels on vaccines.

Collaborate regionally and internationally in advocacy programmes, evidence sharing, and coordinated preparedness.

Participate in open dialogues with manufacturers to ensure affordability of current and new vaccines.

And the one you’ve been wanting to read:

Individuals and communities, as recipients of immunization, should do the following:

Understand the risk and benefits of vaccines and immunization, viewing this as part of being a responsible citizen.

Demand safe and effective immunization programmes as a right from their leaders and government, and hold leaders and government accountable for providing them.

Blame your politician, not the Gates Foundation.

Participate in public-health discussions and be involved in key decisions about
immunization processes.

Participate and contribute to the immunization delivery process and convey the needs and perspectives of their communities to the policy-makers.

Your duty to the Global Vaccination Action Plan, dear reader, is informed consent. Your government will inform you and you will consent… as they are directed to by the World Health Organization, Gates Foundation, AIDS activists and other globalist agencies.

But my work isn’t done. Fauci joined an international cabal of vaccine activists and a decade later, is demanding vaccinations as a solution to a public health threat consistent with his allies’ timetable. Well, that’s at least consistent and he’s not the first bureaucrat to approach a problem with a preexisting agenda.

It’s time for the smoking gun.

Why US outsourced bat virus research to Wuhan

Why US outsourced bat virus research to Wuhan

By Christina Lin, 22 April 2020

The US National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded bat-coronavirus research in the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China to the tune of US$3.7 million, a recent article in the British newspaper Daily Mail revealed.

Back in October 2014, the US government had placed a federal moratorium on gain-of-function (GOF) research . altering natural pathogens to make them more deadly and infectious . as a result of rising fears about a possible pandemic caused by an accidental or deliberate release of these genetically engineered monster germs.

This is the first time I ever heard about medical researchers INTENTIONALLY WEAPONIZING INFECTIOUS DISEASES just to find how much worse the diseases could become. Truly, the Hippocratic Oath is a dead letter.

More than that, can you imagine a guy wanting to push acceptance of vaccinations being asked to create a more deadly version of a disease? What if you could make it vulnerable to a vaccine while you were about it, and then “accidentally” released it?

This was in part due to lab accidents at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in July 2014 that raised questions about biosafety at US high-containment labs.

At that time, the CDC had closed two labs and halted some biological shipments in the wake of several incidents in which highly pathogenic microbes were mishandled by US government laboratories: an accidental shipment of live anthrax, the discovery of forgotten live smallpox samples and a newly revealed incident in which a dangerous influenza strain was accidentally shipped from the CDC to another lab.

My fellow Americans, your tax dollars at work. I get in trouble for losing a hammer at work… I hope whoever lost the live anthrax at least lost their job.

A CDC internal report described how scientists failed to follow proper procedures to ensure samples were inactivated before they left the lab, and also found “multiple other problems” with operating procedures in the anthrax lab.

As such in October 2014, because of public health concerns, the US government banned all federal funding on efforts to weaponize three viruses . influenza, Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) and severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).

Now you know why I’ve been calling it SARS-Cov-2 in this post instead of my usual, sarcastic Wuhan Whoop. America’s CDC was weaponizing SARS as a “research effort” before, thank God, it came to its senses.

Here’s some independent confirmation. Segue:

ht tp://www.phe.gov/s3/dualuse/Documents/gain-of-function.pdf

17 October 2014

In light of recent concerns regarding biosafety and biosecurity, effective immediately, the U.S. Government (USG) will pause new USG funding for gain-of-function research on influenza, MERS or SARS viruses, as defined below. This research funding pause will be effective until a robust and broad deliberative process is completed that results in the adoption of a new USG gain-of-function research policy. Restrictions on new funding will apply as follows:

New USG funding will not be released for gain-of-function research projects that may be reasonably anticipated to confer attributes to influenza, MERS, or SARS viruses such that the virus would have enhanced pathogenicity and/or transmissibility in mammals via the respiratory route. The research funding pause would not apply to characterization or testing of naturally occurring influenza, MERS, and SARS viruses, unless the tests are reasonably anticipated to increase transmissibility and/or pathogenicity.

That’s why the scientists were test bat-sourced SARS instead of human-sourced SARS, to make use of this funding loophole.

In parallel, we will encourage the currently-funded USG and non-USG funded research
community to join in adopting a voluntary pause on research that meets the stated definition.

That didn’t happen.

End segue.

In the face of a moratorium in the US, Dr Anthony Fauci . the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and currently the leading doctor in the US Coronavirus Task Force . outsourced in 2015 the GOF research to China’s Wuhan lab and licensed the lab to continue receiving US government funding.

The Wuhan lab is now at the center of scrutiny for possibly releasing the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and causing the global Covid-19 pandemic.

It is understandable that the Chinese lab likely struggled with safety issues given the fact US labs share similar problems, and indeed in January 2018 the US Embassy in Beijing sent cables warning about the safety of the Wuhan lab and asked for help.

Let’s get independent confirmation on this revelation that Fauci was funding the development of his SARS-Cov-2 at the Wuhan lab after the American CDC banned his work on SARS as a national security threat.

Dr Anthony Fauci backed $7.4m funding for controversial Wuhan lab blamed for causing Covid-19 by conspiracy theorists

htt ps://www.thesun.co.uk/news/11507231/dr-fauci-7-4-million-funding-wuhan-lab-blamed-covid-19-conspiracy/

By Patrick Knox, 29 April 2020

Dr Fauci’s National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) allegedly shelled out $7.4 million to the Wuhan laboratory, which was studying bats with coronavirus.

In 2019, with the backing of NIAID, the National Institutes of Health (NID) committed $3.7 million over six years for research in Wuhan, reports Newsweek.

The program followed another $3.7 million, five-year project for collecting and studying bat coronaviruses, which ended in 2019, bringing the total to $7.4 million.

Interesting that the release was within a year of the initial funding end.

US intelligence, after originally insisting the coronavirus had occurred naturally, have conceded that the coronavirus may have originated in a leak from the Wuhan lab.

US intelligence tried to cover for Fauci.

All US government funding to the lab was reportedly stopped last week.

NIH defended their funding in a statement to Newsweek.

Most emerging human viruses come from wildlife, and these represent a significant threat to public health and biosecurity in the US and globally,” the statement read.

More in a moment on this statement.

“Scientific research indicates that there is no evidence that suggests the virus was created in a laboratory.”

More lies. I am sick of being lied to.

Now, lastly:

US government lifts ban on risky pathogen research

htt ps://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-017-08837-7

By Sara Reardon, 19 December 2017

The US government has lifted its controversial ban on funding experiments that make certain pathogens more deadly or transmissible. On 19 December, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced that scientists can once again use federal money to conduct .gain-of-function. research on pathogens such as influenza viruses. But the agency also said that researchers. grant applications will undergo greater scrutiny than in the past.

Announced less than a week before Christmas, when everybody was closing down for two weeks of hectic holidays. Maybe it was just a coincidence… but there’s no reason the announcement could not have waited another month, when the watchdogs would have been back on duty.

The goal is to standardize .a rigorous process that we really want to be sure we’re doing right., NIH director Francis Collins told reporters.

The NIH announcement ends a moratorium on gain-of-function research that began in October 2014. Back then, some researchers argued that the agency’s ban . which singled out research on the viruses that cause flu, severe acute respiratory syndrome and Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) . was too broad. The 21 projects halted by the policy included studies of seasonal flu and efforts to develop vaccines.

We can guess at who those “some researchers” are: the Gates Foundation.

The NIH eventually allowed ten of these studies to proceed, but three projects using the MERS virus and eight dealing with flu remained ineligible for US government grants . until now.

While the ban was in effect, the NIH and other government agencies examined the costs and benefits of allowing gain-of-function research. In 2016, the National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity (NSABB) . an independent panel that advises the NIH.s parent, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) . concluded that very few government-funded gain-of-function experiments posed a significant threat to public health.

And yet, here we are today, just three years later.

The new policy outlines a framework that the HHS will use to assess proposed research that would create pathogens with pandemic potential. Such work might involve modifying a virus to infect more species, or recreating a pathogen that has been eradicated in the wild, such as smallpox. There are some exceptions, however: vaccine development and epidemiological surveillance do not automatically trigger the HHS review.

What a convenient loophole for the Decade of Vaccines.

Scientists have long debated the merits of gain-of-function research and the new decision could reopen that discussion.

NSABB chair Samuel Stanley, the president of Stony Brook University in New York, is pleased that the new rules do not ban gain-of-function research outright. “Basic research on these agents by laboratories that have shown they can do this work safely is key to global security,” he said in a statement. But Stanley fears the changes came at a cost: the three-year moratorium may have delayed research and reduced interest in research on these pathogens. “I believe nature is the ultimate bioterrorist and we need to do all we can to stay one step ahead,” he said.

Projection! Bioterrorism is the use of disease to advance a political agenda. Nature obviously does not have a political agenda. I didn’t believe accusations that China released SARS-Cov-2 as a bioweapon because it had no motivation to kill its own people, plus the disease targeted Asians more effectively than us white Americans. I don’t believe USA released it as a false flag, either, because Chinese espionage against us–to say nothing of the control they’ve achieved over the California state government, among other North American governments– is more than enough justification for war.

But Fauci releasing his SARS-Cov-2 when his first round of funding dried up, to create a global plague for which he can present himself, his allies and his vaccines as the cure to, would have every motivation to cause a lab “oopsie” resulting in a global pandemic.

Or maybe it was an unfortunate accident and Fauci, who paid for the creation of SARS-Cov-2, just happened to be the guy put in charge of America’s response to SARS-Cov-2. We now have several effective treatments for it now but no, Fauci wants a vaccine developed. Only a vaccine will do.

Yoshihiro Kawaoka, a virologist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, whose work was affected by the moratorium, says the new framework is “an important accomplishment”. Kawaoka, who studies how molecular changes in the avian flu virus could make it easier for birds to transmit to humans, now plans to apply for federal funding to experiment with live versions of the virus.

Kawaoka was playing with H5N1 bird flu. I do not care what justifications they can invent, any scientist who intentionally creates a more dangerous version of a disease needs to have his work thrown into the incinerator, followed by the scientist himself. How the FORK do these people get PhDs without ever learning to not play with matches?

But Marc Lipsitch, an epidemiologist at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston, Massachusetts, says that gain-of-function studies “have done almost nothing to improve our preparedness for pandemics ” yet they risked creating an accidental pandemic.” He argues that such experiments should not happen at all. But if the government is going to fund them, Lipsitch says, he is glad there will be an extra level of review.

Marc get the final word. SARS-Cov-2 was created on Fauci’s watch, with taxpayer funding authorized by Fauci, to get around a CDC moratorium on deliberately making plagues more dangerous… a practice that even insiders don’t believe has been useful to the safety of humanity.

Fauci is personally and specifically responsible for SARS-Cov-2, and his insistence on vaccination as the only sufficient response to it… and shutting down as much of America as he can in the meantime… qualifies him as a bioterrorist: using the disease made on his watch to forward his preexisting political agenda.


Best. Fans. EVER!

What happens when a stadium isn’t allowed to have spectators? It puts mannequins in the seats instead. What happens when store mannequins don’t have “derrieres” that fit properly in the seats? It uses sex dolls.

Sex dolls with boobs big enough to be visible from the field!

SKorean soccer team accused of putting sex dolls in seats

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The leaders of a South Korean soccer club might be feeling like boobs after they were exposed for using sex dolls to make an empty stadium look full of fans.

FC Seoul placed 30 mannequins around its stadium for a game against Gwangju FC, adding signs of life to stands void of spectators because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Seoul club said in a statement it believed the figures were ordinary mannequins.

I could support a New Normal of D-cups and 0.8 hip ratios.

The action on the field must not have been that great. People watching quickly noticed that some of the fake fans wore clothing advertising sex toys and that many of them were especially busty. As the BBC noted, pornography is banned in South Korea.

Translation, flat-chested Korean wimminz who didn’t care about the ball game quickly noticed their competition for the Ex Games!

.We had tried to add some fun in the no-spectator match,. FC Seoul said in a statement, according to The New York Times. “But we have not checked all the details, and that is clearly our fault.” The Associated Press said the team expressed “sincere remorse..

Remorse about being caught… but I can’t be angry about their fibbing this time!

The team said it was assured by the doll supplier that the figures weren’t sex products. FC Seoul didn’t explain why it chose Dalkom, a company known for sex dolls, for the job.

Boys will be boys. Good show, FC Seoul!

This could catch on. My local restaurants are already putting giant stuffed animals into seats to encourage social distancing… and staff is already wiping them down between customers anyway… AND there’s no risk of false rape accusations!


The REAL Death Rates Come In

This is a topic I’ve been having suspicions and hearing stories about: the COVID scare is killing more people than the COVID itself. Even before accounting for government cooking the books.


By Chris Melore, 5 July 2020

Researchers at Virginia Commonwealth and Yale universities say the nation saw over 87,000 more deaths than the average for March and April. The report finds COVID-19 is directly responsible for only 65 percent of those fatalities. In 14 states, including California and Texas, more than half of the excess deaths were tied to a cause other than coronavirus.

Lead author Steven Woolf says some of these deaths may reflect medical officials under-reporting COVID-19 cases.

No. Not when they get, last I checked, $13k every time they report COVID.

The heart disease graph is alarmist because the spike is mostly NYC not a full state. (Cuomo scared his people to death?) The increases for states is statistically significant but not so world-ending. Exception for Alzheimer’s in New Jersey?

So, reductions in medical care availability led directly to increased deaths. It was not acceptable for Fauci & Friends to be wrong on their death-toll predictions by three orders of magnitude.

Woolf believes there could be another reason for the dramatic rise in non-coronavirus deaths: the pandemic’s impact on society has been just as devastating.

.A third possibility, the one we’re quite concerned about, is indirect mortality . deaths caused by the response to the pandemic,. explains Woolf, the director emeritus of VCU.s Center on Society and Health. .People who never had the virus may have died from other causes because of the spillover effects of the pandemic, such as delayed medical care, economic hardship or emotional distress..

Compared to January and February averages, diabetes deaths rose by 96 percent in those states. Deaths tied to heart disease (89%), Alzheimer’s disease (64%), and stroke (35%) also saw disturbing jumps. The study adds deaths in New York City due to heart disease and diabetes both rose by over 350 percent during that time.

Researchers believe fear of getting infected with COVID-19 is keeping many people from seeking proper medical care. The study adds patients in the hardest hit areas may not be getting enough care because local hospitals are overwhelmed with coronavirus cases.

.We can’t forget about mental health,. says Woolf. .A number of people struggling with depression, addiction and very difficult economic conditions caused by lockdowns may have become increasingly desperate, and some may have died by suicide..

Another article:

htt ps://heavy.com/news/2020/07/florida-covid-19-death-rate-by-age/

The State of Florida also releases detailed daily statistics of Florida COVID-19 deaths here. It includes the county, whether the person had recent travel, and whether they were a Florida resident. Here is what the statistics show:

It shows a normal picture: the young get sick the most because they’re the most socially active but it’s the elderly who actually die. No amount of social engineering is going to change that.

4,242 deaths from 266,119 infections is a 1.6% fatality rate, for a state famous as both a retirement destination and a resort. The hospitalization/death rates for children is zero but that won’t change their New Normal of socially isolated schooling this Fall.

Still no hard data on suicide rates.


Greg Stier On the Benefits Of Virtual Church

Now that physical churches and public hymn-singing are banned as disease vectors, we should focus on the good side of virtual Christianity instead of defying evil!

3 benefits of online church vs. church in person


By Greg Stier, Christian Post Guest Columnist, 18 July 2020

Stier is founder & CEO of the poorly defined Dare2Share Christian speaking organization. Bio from its website:

Greg.s commitment to mobilizing teenagers to reach their generation for Christ is rooted in the transforming power of the gospel. Raised in a violent, inner-city family of body-builders, he never had a dad and never felt like he measured up because his biceps weren’t big enough! But one by one, he saw his tough, urban family of “thugs” come to know Christ. And that ignited a passion in Greg to see all lost people come to know Jesus.

Living just minutes away from the scene of the 1999 Columbine High School shootings in the Denver area, the tragedy triggered a pivotal turning point in Greg’s career. Following those events, he resigned a pastorate at a church in Arvada, Colorado, to pursue Dare 2 Share (D2S) full-time. Since then, Greg and the ministry of D2S have impacted the lives of hundreds of thousand teenagers across the country, motivating and equipping them to relationally reach out to those who don’t know Jesus with the gospel message of hope.

I see red flags in his fatherlessness, lack of self-confidence and most particularly, his failing to overcome those two handicaps prior to becoming a pastor living in the same metro area as a violent scandal that didn’t personally affect him.

His face shows a lot of emotional stress & defensiveness. Overall, an excellent background to produce the kind of Cuckservative Christian who sees religion as an emotional crutch and nonjudgmental father figure… which is not what fatherhood is about, frankly. Daddy’s favorite word is “No”.

On to the article.

Our family normally attends Red Rocks Church here in the great state of Colorado. But, for the last few months, “attending” has been “logging in” and watching the church services online.

While there are some churches in our state that have started to meet in person again (with limited numbers), our church has chosen to continue to meet online for awhile longer. After all, online viewership is through the roof!

In retail, switching to a virtual storefront is referred to as a “last gasp”. That will remain true for churches of a religion whose deity mandates in-person meetings and laying hands on each other. But yes, forcing your in-person customers to use your social media does create a brief surge in social media usage, until they wonder why they’re paying you full price for what they can get at an “Internet discount” elsewhere.

Thankfully, not all churches are quietly. embracing their obsolescence. Behold California outperforming Colorado!



Three California churches have filed a lawsuit against Gov. Gavin Newsom and several state health officials for a ban on singing during church services, arguing that it violates the First and 14th Amendments of the U.S. Constitution.

The lawsuit was filed Wednesday in the U.S. District Court in Redding by a team of lawyers from the American Center for Law and Justice, Tyler & Bursch, The National Center for Law and Policy, and Advocates for Faith & Freedom.

Redding is in northern California, the part that keeps trying to secede but can’t because Sodom somehow gets a veto. Gov. Newscum has even gotten into the habit of threatening to withhold grant money from local governments there if they disobey his dictats. Not a peep from criminal justice types about such blatant extortion.

.Let me be clear, the State does not have the jurisdiction to ban houses of worship from singing praises to God,. Robert Tyler, partner at Tyler & Bursch, LLP, said in an ACLJ release.

Preach, brother!

Plaintiffs in the lawsuit were listed as Calvary Chapel in Ukiah, Calvary Chapel Fort Bragg and the River of Life Church in Oroville.

.Singing in church is a biblical mandate,. Kevin Green, pastor of Calvary Chapel in Fort Bragg, told the Los Angeles Times.

If your church doesn’t care that much then your church ain’t salt nor shit.

In new guidelines issued on July 1, in the face of rising COVID-19 cases, public health officials in California said singing and chanting in houses of worship must not happen because the activity posed a threat to public health.

.Even with adherence to physical distancing, convening in a congregational setting of multiple different households to practice a personal faith carries a relatively higher risk for widespread transmission of the COVID-19 virus, and may result in increased rates of infection, hospitalization, and death, especially among more vulnerable populations,. health officials said in the new guidelines document.

.In particular, activities such as singing and chanting negate the risk reduction achieved through six feet of physical distancing. *Places of worship must therefore discontinue singing and chanting activities and limit indoor attendance to 25% of building capacity or a maximum of 100 attendees, whichever is lower,. they advised.

Baptism? Banned. Communion? Banned. Jesus? Racist. We must have six feet of separation! because five feet would be chaos and none at all, divine.

…A report from the Skagit County Public Health Department in Washington state published by the CDC in May showed how quickly the coronavirus spread after a choir practice became a “superspreader event” for the virus that infected 86% of attending members and killed two of them.

It’s all about the infections for the Children of the Lie, not about the actual harm done by COVID. The choir incident, as in “one single incident”, was also before effective treatments for Wu Flu had been developed… and banned by the same people screeching fear at us.

End segue

Of course, there’s nothing like meeting together as a church family. From fellowship in the lobby to worship in the sanctuary to going out for lunch afterwards to gathering together during the week for small group, there’s something about the in-room experience that can never be truly and fully duplicated online.

But, instead of whining about what we miss attending in-person church services, the Stier family has chosen to play the advantages of experiencing church online.

The most reliable indicator of a Cuckservative is his habit of undermining his own arguments. He can’t tell which argument will hurt a POC’s fee-fees so he hedges everything.

Then the POCs get offended anyway. As if their goal is to hurt you and cause trouble.

Here are three Big Benefits of attending church online:

Big Benefit #1: We get to roll out of bed, log on and experience church with little effort.

*checks* Christian Post is not a known satire site.

Sure, there have been a few Sundays we have missed online services since COVID-19 struck. Once in awhile, one of us has to watch the service at a different time. But, more often than not, we have watched Sunday morning services together as a family since this whole pandemic started. One of the reasons is that it’s so darn easy just to tune in and watch.

How often do you get to watch church in your pajamas? How often can you go and refill your coffee right in the middle of the church service without someone glaring at you? How often can you lay down on the couch during the second point of the sermon?

Online church is easy.

*double checks* Christian Post is not a known satire site.

Nothing makes Jesus more proud to claim you as a follower than watching you publicly brag about how little effort you make on His behalf.

Big Benefit #2: We often have amazing conversations during the sermon.

I love it when my two teenaged kids ask questions like, “What does he mean by that?” or “Where does the Bible say that?” or “Is that really true?” or anything that forces us as parents to open the Scriptures and dive in. One of the great things about online services is that you can put them on pause and get into a conversation about what is actually being taught right at that very moment.

Okay… that’s a valid point… I’m waiting for the other shoe to drop…

Of course you can have those conversations after regular in-person church services in the car ride home too. But by the time you leave the sanctuary, say your goodbye’s in the foyer and walk across the parking lot to get to your car and rush off to lunch, the questions/comments you may have had during the sermon most likely have been forgotten.

*thump* Ahh, there it is. God’s church does not make sufficient allowances for illiteracy and short attention spans! When I was a kid, I carried my own Bible to church, looked stuff up while the pastor was speaking, which he footnoted while he spoke anyway, and if I remembered the main verse next Sunday then I got a piece of candy.

Big Blessing #3: We leave with an action plan for the week.

God forbid you have to run your own life.

Discovery Bible Study has a list of questions that they encourage every person in their Bible studies to ask and answer. It’s all designed to lead to, what they have nicknamed, “Obedience based Bible Studies.” After all God calls us to “be doers of the Word and not hearers only” according to James 1:22.

Scripture doesn’t care if your wife goes topless to Virtual Church but if her head isn’t covered then she’s not a “doer of the Word” and neither is her husband.

In that spirit, we all answer three questions every Sunday after the sermon is preached. Here they are:

1) What did you learn (or what were you reminded of) from today’s sermon?

Black Lives Matter!

2) How are you going to apply what you learned this week?

3) Who are you going to tell (either what you learned or about Jesus)?

Because the sermon is so top-of-mind for all of us these are easy questions to ask and answer on the spot. After we have gone around the circle and answered these questions we finish with a family prayer for strength to live out what we have learned and that God would give each of us the opportunity to share the gospel with someone that week.

You moron Stier, first you let your church close because the State ordered it then, what? You go around telling people that Jesus is God? Your own actions demonstrate that the State is a more important god than God Himself.

Heck, I was sharing the gospel of “Come to Jesus, avoid His Church” years before you Cucks agreed with the devil that the Church was a non-essential charnel house. Guess what? Nobody wants to follow a god who can’t save himself or police his own followers.

It’s disgusting to read about this chucklehead logging into social media to have his week planned out for him by a pastor. What’s he being instructed to do that would be any different from his normal behavior? Were he Charismatic, I’d forward him the memo that he’s not significant enough to warrant weekly supernatural marching orders.

As if anybody sane would want to be that significant.

While we can’t wait to get back to normal church services (especially the post pandemic ones where hand sanitizer and masks are no longer needed or encouraged) we are making the most of our online time as a family.

Then DON’T WAIT. Do it now, you whoreson CEO evangelist! Oh, but perhaps you aren’t yet tired of showing up to “Sunday morning services” in your unshaven birthday suit?

Apply these three to your online viewing experience and you can enjoy these big blessings as well!

The big blessings of listening to Priest-King plan my week while I eat Cheetos in my underpants!

Does This Count As Drunk Driving?

Continuing the running joke of AI vehicle drivers is the inevitable story of a drunk using AI to avoid a DUI. He manages a twofer!

Tesla on “Autopilot” hits police vehicle which hits ambulance, driver possibly drunk: police

htt ps://www.mercurynews.com/2020/07/14/tesla-on-autopilot-hits-police-vehicle-which-hits-ambulance-driver-possibly-drunk-police/

Police are probing possible drunk-driving in the case of a Tesla driver in Arizona who said he was using the Bay Area electric car maker’s controversial “Autopilot” system when his sedan smashed into an unoccupied police vehicle, which then hit an ambulance.

The crash occurred Tuesday on an Arizona highway, according to the state’s Department of Public Safety. .We can confirm the driver indicated to troopers the Tesla was on autopilot at the time of the collision,. the department tweeted, adding that the 23-year-old male driver was being investigated for driving under the influence.

At first, I thought this was an open-and-shut “ooh, pretty lights!” kind of crash where an intoxicated driver sees the flashers and instinctively moves towards the light at the end of his tunnel vision. But it’s possible the SUV was over the yellow line enough to confuse an autopilot.

The police sergeant who had driven the department’s SUV was not in it at the time of the crash, and the ambulance occupants were not hurt, the department said. The Tesla driver was hospitalized with serious but not life-threatening injuries, police said.

Tesla did not immediately respond to a request for comment. After a fatal 2018 accident involving a Tesla on Autopilot in Mountain View, the Palo Alto company said that “Autopilot can be safely used on divided and undivided roads as long as the driver remains attentive and ready to take control,. the National Transportation Safety Board noted in a report. In a 2018 blog post, Tesla claimed Autopilot makes crashes “much less likely to occur,. arguing that “No one knows about the accidents that didn’t happen, only the ones that did..

The boldfaced is such an obvious design failure that you know this tech is being pushed by the Elites wanting to cull the human population. Which is better: a human driver, or an expensive computer driver that the human must hover over at all times to retake control in an instant? Exactly what labor is being saved by this labor-saving device? It’s like letting your six-year old sit in your lap while you drive on the freeway except without the happy memories of Baby’s First Ticket.

This isn’t the first time Tesla tried & failed to exterminate humans.


Tesla.s Big Problem: Excessive Automation

Tesla.s Big Problem: Excessive Automation

Since the invention of the assembly line, manufacturing has continued to improve its capacity for production. Robots and automation have slowly been pushing the human worker out of the factory.

But, there must be a tipping point where machinery can no longer replace the human worker.

It seems that Elon Musk may be reaching that tipping point… Elon Musk’s Tesla factories have fallen victim to over-automation.

According to Timothy B. Lee, as reported on arstechnica.com, there are experts who draw parallels between Musk’s desire for a faster line to, .GM’s automation efforts in the 1980.s. At the time, GM was being led by chairman and CEO Roger Smith and faced rising competition from Toyota and other foreign car makers. Smith had a vision for a “lights out” car factory where robots would do the bulk of the work, allowing GM to produce cars more efficiently than anyone else..

What happened in that GM plant was the first evidence a fully automated line was not a good idea:

.As the assembly line tried to gain speed, the computer-guided dolly wandered off course. The spray-painting robots began spraying each other instead of the cars, causing GM to truck the cars across town to a fifty-seven-year-old Cadillac plant for repainting. When a massive computer-controlled “robogate” welding machine smashed a car body, or a welding machine stopped dead, the entire line would stop. Workers could do nothing but stand around and wait while managers called in the robot contractor’s technicians..

GM spent billions of dollars on robotics in the 1980.s, but there was never a return on that investment. While today’s robots are more sophisticated, it is clear adding robots and AI must be done incrementally to achieve the best results.

In early 2018, Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, confirmed automation had been slowing Tesla’s Model 3 production. Musk admitted humans, not machines, were the solution.

Tesla.s CEO said one reason Tesla has failed to reach promised production volumes was due to “excessive automation.” When asked whether robots had slowed down production, Musk replied, .Yes, they did . We had this crazy, complex network of conveyor belts . And it was not working, so we got rid of that whole thing..

The production under performance has delayed customer deliveries. Musk had to take direct control of the production line in April, even pulling all-nighters and napping at the factory.

.We were able to unlock some of the critical things that were holding us back from reaching 2,000 cars a week. But since then, we’ve continued to do 2,000 cars a week,. he said.

Simultaneously, Tesla is facing negative publicity due to a fatal crash of one of its Model X SUV.s that was using the firm’s Autopilot mode. The crash is just one of the problems facing the company.

Tesla is manufacturing an unexpectedly high ratio of flawed vehicles and parts, according to several employees, leading to so much rework and repair that its factory in Fremont, California, cannot handle all the issues.

End segue.

As an industrial designer I knew once put it, “humans are simultaneously the weakest and the most adaptive link in any system”. We can’t do any one thing as well as a task-specific machine but without us, complexity and chaos will rip the system apart.

So, if the driver is paying attention… but he’s plastered drunk… who gets the DUI? BigCorp or Bubba?

Crashes involving Tesla’s Autopilot driver-assistance system have sparked multiple investigations by the federal safety board. The agency found a Tesla driver’s over-reliance on the automated system was a factor in a 2016 fatal Model S crash in Florida, and determined that in 2018 in Mountain View, Autopilot steered a Tesla Model X SUV into a Highway 101 barrier, a collision that caused the driver’s death.

After another fatal Florida crash, between a Model 3 sedan and a truck in March 2019, the agency blamed the driver’s over-reliance on automation and Tesla’s design of the Autopilot system as well as “the company’s failure to limit the use of the system to the conditions for which it was designed,. it said in a report.

The report noted that after the 2016 Florida crash, which involved a collision between a Tesla and a truck, the agency recommended that Tesla and five other car makers using automated systems develop technology to “more effectively sense the driver’s level of engagement and alert the driver when engagement is lacking..

Great. So instead of you driving your car, your car nags you to pay constant attention to her. New for 2022, the Ford Honeymoon!



So You Want To Attend Harvard 2020

Harvard just released its new “Terms and Conditions” for living on-campus this coming academic season. TL;DR they keep your soul in a little jar but at least there’s no fine print.

Fall 2020 Residential Community Compact

htt ps://dso.college.harvard.edu/files/dso/files/community_compact-6_5_20.pdf

Harvard College aims to provide a residential environment that enables student
learning and provides a safe place for students during the public health emergency
occasioned by the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Harvard College is also guided by public health practices and will promote shared
responsibility among all members of the residential community . students and live-in and other residential staff included.

In order to make an informed decision about residency, it is important that all
students who are invited to return as part of a cohort or who plan to petition to
return to on-campus housing in Fall 2020 read, understand, acknowledge, and agree
to the rules and guidelines that will be in place in the fall. These rules and guidelines may be updated and revised as we receive additional guidance from the city, state, and federal governments.

Students residing on campus in Fall 2020 will be required to sign the residential community compact: (or their parents/guardians if under the age of 18) Because COVID-19 infects individuals by spreading across and within close community networks, it is essential that every one of us in the residential community enters into a shared obligation and commitment to act prudently, safely, and in accordance with public health directives.

It doesn’t spread via close community networks. It does spread via unwashed hands but that’s no longer good enough to justify the Narrative. Let me take a moment to say that California’s Governor Newscum closed my gym… again… because according to him, requiring me to wash my hands and have my temperature taken upon entry, wash my hands and all weights every single time I put them down and wash my hands again upon exiting the gym, all while wearing a face mask and staying six feet away from everybody, has proven insufficient for containing the virus. Either he’s a total liar or all containment efforts are doomed to fail. Either way, it’s time we revoked the Pandemic Privilege card.

But I digress. The point here is that this socialist experiment has no brakes. No justification. What’s coming is simply Harvard U’s vision of the imminent socialist utopia.

As a Harvard College student,
– I understand that the College has adopted the following requirements to promote the collective well-being of our community, and specifically the students, staff, and faculty in residence or working in residences during this time period.

“I understand that everything demanded of me is for my own good, regardless of my personal beliefs.”

-I acknowledge and agree that these rules and guidelines may change as life on campus and public health guidance across the country evolve and as new testing
and tracing methods emerge, and I agree to abide by any new rules and guidelines promulgated by Harvard for application in the residential setting.

Yo college kids, the first rule of signing a contract is knowing what you’re agreeing to. This is so loosely worded that Harvard could use you as an involuntary test subject for medical experimentation so long as it “promotes the collective well-being of
our community”.

If you don’t want to be a guinea pig then you can stop right here. But let’s be honest, you were already too stupid to attend classes online from your parents’ home… the classes are all going to be online anyway.

Required Testing, Education, and Contact Tracing
– I will participate in frequent routine COVID-19 testing as directed by the College and will undertake daily wellness checks using the Crimson Clear app. I understand that
students will not be billed for testing.

– If I test positive for COVID-19, I will share truthful information with the contact tracers about others who may be at risk.

Notice that you must report your entire social life if you “test positive”. Not even if you actually have it. Wouldn’t it be funny if a “computer bug” made everybody’s first test a false positive and everybody had to enter all their childhood friends into a database?

Self-isolation, Quarantine, and Preventative Health
– If I am found to have been in contact with someone who has tested positive, I will comply with all self-quarantine protocols.

There is one single reason to attend Harvard and it’s not the academics. It’s the opportunity to socialize and network with the future leaders of American government. This one step is a killshot to building that kind of social network.

Also, goodbye fraternity life. Eh, they’d mostly been moved off-campus already. Toxic masculinity, y’know, yet somehow chicks keep finding their parties.

-Unless for health reasons the vaccine is contraindicated for me, I will receive the seasonal flu vaccine when one becomes available at University Health Services.

And so the involuntary medical experimentation begins. “We don’t have a COVID vaccine yet so until we do, we’ll use the flu vaccine.”

That illustrates the integrity and knowledge base of our top disease experts PERFECTLY.

Physical distancing, face coverings, and behavioral requirements
– I will wear a face mask or facial covering in any areas outside of my suite (i.e., any public areas, including hallways, laundry rooms, dining halls, and public spaces in
other campus buildings).

This means the shared bathroom, too. Respiratory infections are going to skyrocket.

– If any in-person gatherings are allowed at a future time…

Why would ANYBODY pay money to live on campus under these rules? There is literally no point. You’d have better socializing opportunities in the city jail.

– If any in-person gatherings are allowed at a future time, I will follow all current, posted guidelines at Harvard University, in indoor or outdoor settings, and I will neither host nor attend any gathering that exceeds the maximum number indicated.

– When accessing dining services, I will only dine in the location assigned to me. If I need accommodation for special dietary needs, I will work with the Accessible Education Office.

QED: city jail is the better choice.

– I will remain in the immediate area for the fall semester. If I must travel during the fall semester, I will notify my Resident Dean and comply with any return policies or directives, which may include testing and quarantine.

-I will not have guests in my residential suite [including family].

– I will only access my own residential building and will not access other residential buildings.

This IS jail!

– In the event that Harvard College determines that public health conditions warrant de-densification of campus…

They’re already restricting themselves to 40% capacity. One assumes the six-foot social distancing rule has no exception for walls?

…I will prepare for and fund my own personal travel home or will work with the Office of Financial Aid, as needed.

Translation, Harvard can unilaterally breach your housing agreement and stick you with the consequences. This compact is so completely one-sided that lawsuits are inevitable.

I will not pity the fool but will hope he wins.

Community Accountability:
– Any alleged violations of this compact will be reviewed by a Community
Council, which will have authority to remove a student from campus. More
information about the Community Council will be disseminated in August.

Not even a university administrator? You have to sign this before you know who will enforce this?

Overall, I like this compact. If only Harvard decides, on Day Two of the Fall semester, that students are not permitted to leave campus as a new health measure, we will have de facto incarceration of an entire future generation of Deep State microtyrants along with a complete digital record of whose asses they kissed up to during their “grooming” years.


Oh, hey, um… how do students attend church if no in-person meetings are allowed?


College Sportsball Debates Seppuku

One the one hand, professional sports needs a hard reset. On the other hand, a world without ANY sports would be the poorer. For better or worse, pro athletics has long been a cultural staple of American life and I’m not eager to see it get Cancel Cultured at the same time as the entire rest of American history.

Why COVID -19 Outbreaks in College Sports Are Scary as Hell


By Emily Shugerman, Gender Reporter, 12 July 2020

Like I said, HARD RESET.

“COVID-19 outbreaks in college sports are scary as Hell” because for the first time in their sheltered, overpaid, unproductive lives, the cost of their next meal is telling overprotective, hysterical Karens to sod off. As predicted by Christianity, most men would rather die.

Gene Taylor thought he was playing it safe when he allowed preseason football practices at Kansas State University to start on June 15. It was two weeks later than some other teams had started practicing.a significant setback in the hyper-competitive Big 12 conference. Every athlete was quarantined for at least a week after they arrived, then tested for the virus. Those who tested negative underwent daily temperature checks and questioning before they could work out. For the first week, it looked like the team had pulled off the impossible: Not one player tested positive.

But a few players showed up late, either because they were freshmen or transfer students, and weren’t tested until the Friday before. The athletics department told them to isolate themselves until the following Monday, when they would get their results back. But college students are college students, and two of them didn’t listen. One player went to a birthday party over the weekend; another went to play video games in an apartment with eight to 10 other people.

Good for them. They aren’t putting their lives on hold for a do-nothing disease.

.That’s when it started to spread,. Taylor told The Daily Beast in an interview this week..We had two more, and then we had six, and then we had eight..

On June 20, after 14 student-athletes tested positive for the coronavirus, the school suspended football practice until at least July 14.

That’s “tested positive”. Not “symptomatic”, “sick” or least of all “dying on a respirator”.

.The worry for everybody is, how do you protect these kids?. Taylor said. .We can’t put them in a bubble, they are going to go back to their apartments and dorm rooms..

He added: .It’s going to be a bumpy road for college football..

“If it save JUST ONE LIFE from testing positive for a disease so deadly that it INFECTS MILLIONS OF PEOPLE then we must exterminate all fun in the world!”

In many ways, it already has been. In the six weeks since the NCAA allowed colleges to start preseason training, at least nine schools have suspended practices because of virus outbreaks on their teams. More than 50 schools have reported one or more cases in the athletics department, and over a dozen have reported more than 30. The Big 10, Pac-12, Atlantic Coast, and Patriots League conferences have all made significant changes to their season schedules, and 14 schools have cancelled them altogether.

Of course, sports teams aren’t the only places on campus where coronavirus can spread. (The University of Washington was recently commended for “staying ahead of the coronavirus” after no new athletes tested positive for a week, despite the fact that at least 117 people living in the school’s frat house had tested positive days earlier.)

That’s the smart move. Spread the virus now, college kids, or you’ll be locked down and quarantined indefinitely “for your safety”.

But experts say the results of preseason training contain clues about what we can expect when hundreds of thousands of students return to the 60 percent of U.S. campuses that are restarting in-person education this fall.

These athletes, some experts say, are essentially canaries in a very contagious coal mine.

I think [these outbreaks] tell us more about what may happen when we get thousands of students back on campus than just what’s happening on athletic teams,. said Zachary O. Binney, an epidemiologist at the Oxford College of Emory University.

Specifically, NOTHING. A mild bug running through a very healthy population… less the grievance studies department… oh, okay, I understand now and their worry is legitimate. If severe lockdowns and behavior modification tricks can’t protect healthy athletes from exposure then they can’t protect the morbidly obese vegans with Human Immunodeficiency Virus, either.

Good news, feminists! You’re about to become a REAL victim! How fortunate that you have trained your lives for this moment!

.In a group that is interacting a lot with one another, this virus spreads quietly,. he added. .We’ve seen this happen on college campuses with summer sports workouts, and I think there is reason to believe that we may see something similar in the fall..

George Floyd protests = summer sports workouts?

The first team to suspend practice this summer was the University of Houston, which temporarily paused workouts on June 12 after six students on various sports teams tested positive for the virus. (Players at Arkansas State University, Auburn, Texas Tech, Boise State, Florida State, the University of Central Florida, the University of Alabama, and Clemson University others had already tested positive, but the teams elected to continue practicing without them.) Taylor’s team at Kansas State was next, followed by Austin Peay and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.all before the beginning of July.

Then, on June 20, at least a quarter of Louisiana State’s football team was quarantined after being potentially exposed to the virus. According to Sports Illustrated, 30 of the team’s 115 players either tested positive for the virus or were found to have been in contact with someone who had. Some of the players were quarantined after going out to nearby nightclubs, where more than 100 patrons had tested positive.

The contact tracers have apparently been starting with the colleges. Baby steps, I guess. It would be a sharp learning curve to start with the Bundy Ranch bunch.

Still, the NCAA continued with its plan to let schools start mandatory workouts as early as July 6. (At the time the plan was announced, NCAA Football Oversight Committee Chairman Shane Lyons said he thought the association had “landed in a very good spot..) By July 8.two days after mandatory workouts were allowed to start.three more schools had suspended practice.

The NCAA correctly realizes that the cost of preventing the spread of C-Virus will be its continued existence.

One of the schools, the University of North Carolina, reported 37 positive cases in its athletics department in less than a month. In an interview with the News and Observer weeks earlier, head football coach Mack Brown had hinted that the team was having trouble, and seemed to question whether the game could be played safely.

.The young players had a player-led practice the other day and I asked, .how did it go?. he said. .One of them said, .Not very good.. Nobody knew how to social distance and play..

Which is it? Risk a few small boils or live in a HEPA-filtered basement for the rest of your life? I’m having flashbacks to the media crying over Death Row inmates dying of COVID. What part of “natural causes” do you not understand? The “nobody gets out of life alive” part?

.We’re all trying to do what’s right [by the government], we’re trying to be safe [from the government], but we’re trying to [keep our jobs] get our questions answered,. he added.

It.s not that sports are necessarily more dangerous for the spread of the virus than other on-campus activities. In fact, many athletic departments are taking more precautions than will be in place for the general student population.including weekly testing, daily temperature checks, and regular symptom screening. It’s just that the athletes were the first to confront the inherent safety risks of coming back to campus.

Dean L. Winslow, an infectious disease expert at the Stanford University School of Medicine, noted that the LSU players appear to have contracted the virus at bars in town, not at practice.

In this grand contest between Nanny-state tyranny and young adult hormones, my money is on the latter.

He emphasized that the most important factor in virus spread is not cleaning or hand washing, but the small particles that linger in the air when people congregate indoors.

That’s yet another lie from yet another infectious disease “expert”. Cleanliness in general and hand-washing in particular is THE PRIMARY way to prevent the spread of ALL diseases.



On August 12, 2013, Dr. Dean Winslow, a respected Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases physician, Stanford Affiliated Clinical Professor and U.S. Air Force colonel was abruptly fired and escorted from Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. Although there was no official reason given for his termination, Dr. Winslow had spoken out against recent management decisions that negatively impacted patient care and work conditions. We believe he was fired for exercising his right to free speech in his efforts to advocate for our patients and the staff who care for them.

You don’t have a right to free speech against your employer.

Dr. Winslow has dedicated his life to serving the poor and disenfrancished and to training the next generation of doctors. He started the first AIDS clinic in Delaware shortly after the start of the epidemic. For nine years, he served as the Chief of the Division of AIDS medicine and director of the PACE (HIV) Clinic at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, a public teaching hospital, before being elected as Chair of the Department of Medicine.

Most of the infectious disease experts pushing the Chinavirus narrative are longtime AIDS activists. I want to give them a pass because AIDS was where all the infectious-disease money was in the Eighties and Nineties but it’s getting hard to believe they aren’t Sodomite activists working together. Especially with pictures like this one:

I don’t mind him posing with young Afghan boys in his medical office… except one of them has his hand on Winslow’s lap and very close to that sidearm, too. Not a pic I would use for a petition to reinstate me after telling off the hospital director.

Note that Santa Clara is in the California Gay Area.

Dr. Winslow is also an Air Force flight surgeon who has received numerous medals for flying combat missions in Afghanistan and Iraq during 6 operational deployments since 9/11.

End segue.

“It’s nothing specific to sports or sports facilities,. he said. .It’s really just the amount of time spent indoors with large numbers of people..

But sports teams do provide one of the most clear-cut examples of what’s pushing colleges to rapidly reopen: political considerations and financial concerns. Republican governors eager to reopen their states have egged on athletics, allowing stadiums to open up as early as last month and declaring that all professional sports teams are welcome in their states. In Georgia, Gov. Brian Kemp has been pilloried in the press for saying residents should wear masks so they can have a football season.

Problem: COVID-19. Solution: quarantine Republicans. Hmm.

And while Trump has yet to speak out about college sports, some of his most ardent supporters are demanding the season move forward.

Pre-crime is the law enforcement tool of the future.

In an interview on Fox News, former Notre Dame coach Lou Holtz.an early and vocal Trump supporter.compared playing sports in the pandemic to the storming of Normandy: .[The soldiers] knew there was going to be casualties, they knew there was going to be risk, but it was a way of life,. he said.

At the same time, colleges are bleeding money due to the pandemic. For larger institutions, a canceled or even reduced sports season could be a significant blow to their bottom line. According to the U.S. Department of Education, colleges made $14.8 billion off of athletics in 2018, the last year for which data is available.

Texas A&M, one of the top-earning schools, made $192.6 million from its teams in 2013 alone. (Head football coach Jimbo Fisher recently praised Gov. Greg Abbott’s decision to reopen stadiums, telling a local radio station he thought the school’s season would be “pretty close to normal..)

Perhaps because of this, some student-athletes have started advocating for their own protection. In mid-June, as UCLA athletes started pre-season practice, 30 football players signed onto a document saying they did not trust the school to act in their best interest. Among other things, they requested the presence of a third-party health official, protections for anonymous whistleblowers, and a guarantee that each player could decide whether or not to play without fear of losing their scholarship.

Come on, dude. You already made the decision to sacrifice your long-term health to be a chemically-fueled sports god for a decade.

.The decision to return to training amidst a global pandemic has put us, the student-athletes, on the frontlines of a battle that we as a nation have not yet been able to win,. the players wrote, in a letter obtained by the Los Angeles Times. .We feel that as some of the first members of the community to attempt a return to normalcy, we must have assurances that allow us to make informed decisions and be protected regardless of our decision..

Cowards. You don’t get assurances. We do not live in a reality of assurances.

Their concerns may not be too far off base. While many schools have promised not to revoke students. scholarships if they don’t participate this season, several have also required them to sign a waiver releasing the school from liability if they choose to play. A Southern Methodist University waiver obtained by the Dallas Morning News requires players to sign 11 different times, agreeing to “voluntarily assume all risks related to the COVID-19 virus. and waiving their right to litigation.

Ohio State University has asked players to sign a similar document, called “The Buckeye Pledge,. requiring them to adhere to safety protocols but also to acknowledge that they may be exposed to the coronavirus during play. (Gene Smith, Ohio’s athletic director, told ESPN the pledge was more of an educational document than a legal one.) Just this week, the school announced that it was pausing voluntary workouts due to a virus outbreak among student athletes.

It can be an educational document without a legally binding signature… yes?

Rather than have players assume this risk, or assume it themselves, some schools have elected to cancel their seasons altogether. Bowdoin College and the University of Massachusetts Boston were among the first to cancel their seasons in June, followed by the College of New Jersey, Pratt Institute, Williams College, and Morehouse. In the largest such announcement to date, the presidents of all eight Ivy League schools said this week that they would be cancelling their seasons, too.

The presidents of all eight Ivy League schools kept their jobs after this announcement. Victory!

Also this week, the Big Ten and Pac-12 conferences announced that they will allow only in-conference games this fall, reducing the need for long-distance travel and helping to promote more universal testing. The Atlantic Coast Conference is reportedly considering a similar move, while the Patriot League, a conference of smaller Northeast schools, has shortened its season and put restrictions on travel.

In a video for the NCAA released last week, PAC-12 commissioner Larry Scott sounded anxious about what the season would hold.

.I think what we’ve seen over the last few weeks gives us reason to be concerned that when campuses open up, there could be real spikes and pressures on the health-care system,. he said, noting the rising case counts across the country. .From my perspective, that’s really the biggest risk to college sports in the fall.”

And yet, like the soldiers at the Battle of Normandy, some teams are still charging ahead.

Author Emily dishonored those soldiers by comparing the Normandy invasion to contracting a generally asymptomatic virus.

After a 14-day pause, Kansas State athletes have arrived back on campus, in hopes of starting up practice once again.

Asked why it was so important for college athletics to continue, Taylor said the question was better suited for the student athletes.

.When I talk to our athletes, these guys have been dying to get back and working out and preparing,. he said. .These kids just want to play..

He added, .They love the game of football..

*GQ collects his bet on young adult hormones.*

Product Review: Plastic Face Shields!

Do you resent every moment spent wearing a face diaper? Do you sympathize with George Floyd’s “I Can’t Breathe” for all the wrong reasons? Does blocking out human facial expressions make you feel emotionally disconnected from your fellow man? Good news! There is an alternative!

I’ve been field-testing some plastic face shields that finally arrived in the mail.

Protective Plastic Splash Face Shield – Assembled – REUSABLE

This company makes name tags but when Chinavirus lockdowns hit, retooled to make these plastic face shields. That’s the kind of initiative I like to see in a business. I got a couple and spent the weekend wearing them on errands in urban Commiefornia to test both their effectiveness and acceptance. Where I live, there’s not a single business that does not religiously enforce WHO restrictions, complete with Commissar Karens at the grocery entrance, so the testing has been thorough politically as well as practically.

Unlike the above picture, I did NOT wear a cloth mask underneath the shield. A couple commissars stared at me a little but none complained. I wore the mask to my local gym, the hardware store, the grocery, a couple fast-food restaurants (for take-out) and a trip to the beach.

Good points: YOU CAN BREATHE IN THIS! There is no feeling of suffocation at all. Nothing touches your face except the headband. It will fog a little, down where your breath hits it (there was considerable humidity) but it never reached the point of obscuring vision.

Face coverage was excellent. I’d worried that they would be either too open to the sides to count as a face covering or too enclosed for easy breathing, yet both concerns proved to be unfounded.

The headband is surprisingly comfortable. I have little head hair yet it never slipped, not even when I was grunting out sets of heavy weights at the gym! I pushed myself until the condensation from my breath was raining down this sucker, yet never felt like I was short of breath and it never slipped.

You can also wear glasses with this. My cloth mask makes my glasses fog up.

A surprise bonus is I wasn’t able to touch my face while wearing the shield. That’s how disease really gets spread, y’know, and most people touch their faces many times without even noticing. Face shields prevent that entirely! Be sure to use this as a selling point if/when a Karen calls you out for not wearing a CLOTH mask.

Bad points: The plastic material is the same stuff as the stiff, clear name tags that you wore at large conventions and similar occasions in your past life of America as a free country. No surprise, given the company’s heritage. Thus, it’s not the ideal material for this application. It will blur your vision a little (lots of tiny scratches) and it’s not durable enough to handle wind or mishandling, but honestly you aren’t paying enough for that (current price is $18). Polycarbonate face visors will set you back several hundred dollars.

They are reusable and easily cleaned, however, so with a little care they should last until the plastic roughs up too much for good vision. Probably a month or two of regular use.

Conclusion, for indoor work, running errands and visits to the gym, this allows you to comply with quarantine guidelines* without having to spend your summer filtering oxygen through sweat-soaked bacteria gardens. For outdoors work, however, they lack the sturdiness to survive rough handling and the elements.


*Quarantine guidelines subject to change hourly with no notice or relationship to reality. Plastic face shields prevent kissing political ass.


John Stonestreet Parrots the Party Line

Amid rising frustration with middle-manager-for-the-State clergy, the Colson Center helpfully reminds Protestants that their pastor has a Divine Right to Rule.

Pastor or Parrot? Lessons from the Coronavirus Pt. 11


By John Stonestreet and Maria Baer, 7 July 2020

Because Christian theology is best served under female oversight.

Pastoring is always a difficult job. I can’t think of another job, in fact, in which someone is hired to do one thing (typically, lead and disciple God’s people) but evaluated on a completely different thing (namely, growing the audience and the budget).

That should have been John’s first clue that pastors aren’t doing their job.

Pastoring would not be difficult if pastors practiced discipleship, that is, training their replacements. When I train a new guy at work, I want him to eventually not need me anymore so I can play video games and Internet porn while he makes me a bushel of money. Something like that, anyway. I train new guys to do my work, not to cheerlead while I martyr myself at 80 hours per workweek.

But pastors, they insist on doing it all from the Sunday sermon to marriage counseling to visiting the sick to defying unlawful government. If they would simply teach a layman to help with the hard tasks then their stress levels would drop considerably.

That’s layMAN, nota bene, not co-author Maria Baer. Seeking help from female clergy/theologians will make the pastor’s job much harder than simply taking a hit for God’s “no wimminz in pulpits” rule.

Pastoring during coronavirus seems even more unenviable. Zoom stock might be way up as the new preferred platform for corporations and schools, but there is no digital substitute for the sort of face-to-face work pastoring requires.

Masks are anti-Christian because they interfere with how God made us. Our faces are the primary method by which we express emotions (hence my interest in physiognomy as a predictor of emotional states). It’s possible to show emotion by voice or pantomine but it’s much harder, less efficient and it’s simply not how God wired us.

If masks were medically necessary then wouldn’t people wear them voluntarily? Why not just let the people who want to risk getting sick, risk get sick? The reason opposition to mask-wearing is a thing is because Normies are getting upset with having to wear masks EVEN WHEN STANDING IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE. They ask if masks actually work for blocking viruses and get told “Maybe they do, now obey your New Normal masters!”

That is not hygiene. That is social engineering. Effort to twist human nature into a shape not Created by Our Creator.

When to close down was a tough decision. When to reopen is even more difficult. If pastors choose to strictly adhere to state guidelines, they will upset people. If they ignore or relax those guidelines, they upset others.

They upset anti-Christian government officials to whom pastors have no loyalty. Separation of Church and State, remember?

Also, the Karens who love them.

In almost every church I know of, pastors face a no-win proposition right now.

The siren song of incompetent leaders is that nobody cares about them. It’s true! A real leader would solve the problem instead of wishing for an easy out.

That plus their enthusiasm for wearing face diapers makes it easy for me to see Church leaders as faceless, subhuman cogs in the New World Order. Not caring about them has never been so easy!

But perhaps I’m being unfair. After having chased off everybody but geriatric Baby Boomers, modern churches are basically day trips for nursing home invalids who expect to die at any moment. I cannot dispute that the strict nursing home guidelines would be appropriate… guidelines such as “forced acceptance of confirmed disease carriers” a la New York City.

That’s the kind of scum you pastors are now taking orders from.

In addition to navigating a global pandemic, pastors must also deal with our already intense and only intensifying cultural firestorms.

Poor clergy. They thought they’d found the perfect sinecure then once installed in the seats of power, unexpected events demanded real acts of leadership & courage from them. Small wonder that they can’t obey the China Health Organization quickly enough.

While we all must navigate the issues of race, sexuality & gender, criminal justice, political divisions, and other markers of our fallen human nature that dominate this cultural moment, pastors face expectations that many of us don’t. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen this phrase on social media recently: .If your pastor doesn’t preach about X from the pulpit this Sunday, it’s time to find a new church.” Same phrase, but the X changes with the headlines.

Don’t get me wrong. As the true account of the human condition, the Bible has this quality of universal relevance. Pastors should make the connection between the timeless truths of Scripture and our particular context, both in their preaching and in their leading. There are times that to not address something from the pulpit is to be louder than addressing it, and churches that never address controversial issues risk giving their people the impression that the Bible is our own personal, private collection of encouragements rather than the personal, public and true account of the human condition.

It is a poor shepherd who blames his flock. Where did the little people acquire this “my way or the highway” attitude? From the pastor. Here’s a thought: ALLOW DISSENT IN YOUR CHURCH. Give some pulpit time to competing ideas and philosophies. Don’t smack them down afterwards, either, just allow people to speak their mind when they have something to say and let people decide for themselves. Maybe then your church won’t split every time somebody gets a funny idea.

At the same time, the loud demands placed today on pastors to not only hold but to articulate our approved opinions reveals more about us than about our pastors. After all, if we are confident our pastor is called by God and entrusted by Him to lead us into His Word and His will, that leaves little room for making demands on what he teaches.

Why is Protestant Stonestreet spouting a Vatican belief? Is this not exactly what the Reformation was all about?

The average pastor can’t lead the way out of a paper sack, to say nothing of being supernaturally appointed an infallible Priest-King by God Himself because congregants are too stupid to live by their own wits.

Also, our loud demands that a pastor “talk about subject X,. almost always means “say specifically what I want him to say about subject X.. But that also means we’re not really looking for a pastor or a teacher anymore. We’re looking for a parrot.

To misquote Jesus, “They want you to be a parrot because you first wanted them to be parrots.”

Now we get to the crux of Stonestreet’s complaint:

The demands pastors face can range from mountains to molehills, but, in too many cases, they are treated the same. To bring up the most common elephant in the sanctuary today, everyone has strong feelings about masks. I do too. But being asked to wear a mask in church by pastors seeking to comply with civic authorities or protect the health of parishioners is not a matter of orthodoxy. This is not a sufficient cause of outrage or of making demands for our pastor’s compliance. And it’s certainly not worth leaving a church over.

John, if you loved God then you wouldn’t fear death. You would let the congregants decide for themselves what health measures they should take. But no, Pastor gets to make health decisions for everybody… and what a coincidence that our Dear Leaders courageously decided to tiptoe the Christ-hating, Christ-banning government guidelines!!!

“No more singing hymns until the government gives permission” IS ABSOLUTELY A MATTER OF ORTHODOXY! No more Communion, the State says! No more baptisms! This is NOT OKAY!

Keep in mind that pastors are called to shepherd specific congregations. Though the big cultural issues are always relevant, each community and each congregation find themselves in a specific time and place (as Paul told the Athenians) with specific people and circumstances all orchestrated by God. For example, a church connected to an addiction recovery center, as is the home church of a colleague, will be made of people with specific needs and challenges that others may not have.

And a church connected to Planet Earth has the specific need of obeying the World Government, er, World Health Organization, in all matters religious?

What is really at stake here is that we all need to foster a proper ecclesiology, (that.s a $.50 word for the doctrine of the church). When we view church like we do so much of 21st-century Western life, as consumers, we’ll see church as a place to be entertained or affirmed, in our feelings and in our views. That, rather than a fidelity to Christ and His Gospel, is what’s driving so much of the entitlement we feel, and pastors face.

For two full generations now, the organized Church has refused to be a benefit to the people of God. We are “consumers” only in the sense that some of us think church participation should benefit us, not merely the credentialed inner circle and the NGO charities they approve of.

I predict Stonestreet will find his new ecclesiology in Rome. He already floated the concept of Divine Right to Rule.

Every church and every Christian, of course, ought to expect and demand that pastors preach the true Word of God with passion and courage. We ought never allow a pastor to abuse his power or his position in exploiting the congregation.

Still, we ought never demand that our pastor never disagree with us.

Strawman. Nobody demands that his pastor NEVER disagree with him.

The holy willingness of a pastor to say what’s true is only matched by the holy willingness of Christ followers to hear what we may not like. And again, don’t leave a church over a mask.

The holy willingness of a modern pastor to preach the Gospel is totally eclipsed by his loyalty to the Christ-hating American governments.

And thank God, even the remainders in the pews are noticing “I Can’t Breathe”.


Carsyn Davis Died of Church-Borne COVID?

The Leftist media is on the warpath against churches reopening. Here’s their latest faulty accusation:

Medical examiner: Teen who died from COVID-19 attended large church event days before death

“Carsyn Davis, who died on June 23, is one of the youngest people in Florida to die from the virus.”


By Evan Dean, 6 July 2020

LEE COUNTY, Fla. – The 17-year-old Lee County girl who died from complications of coronavirus was at a church event with 100 other kids two weeks before she died, according to the medical examiner’s investigative report into her death.


Carsyn Davis, who died on June 23, is one of the youngest people in Florida to die from the virus.

Physiognomy: genus Social Justice Warrior, species Trigglypuff.

The Miami-Dade County Medical Examiner Department, which put together the report, said Davis had a “complex medical history” with a number of health problems. In a GoFundMe page for Carsyn’s family, her mother wrote that Carsyn battled cancer and a rare autoimmune disorder from an early age.

Slow yer hyperventilation. Like most non-elderly victims, this young girl had enough preexisting conditions to disqualify her from ever purchasing life insurance.

The ME.s report said on June 10, Carsyn attended a “church function.. NBC2 has confirmed it was a youth church event hosted by First Assembly of God in Fort Myers. The medical examiner reported Carsyn was “with 100 other children. She did not wear a mask. Social distancing not followed..

Hard truth: everybody is going to get this disease. There will be no vaccine and frankly, no vaccine is needed now that the disease is well-understood and treatable.

Assuming you aren’t a cancer survivor with an autoimmune disorder.

From June 10 through June 15, the report said Carsyn’s mother, a nurse, and her stepfather, a physician’s assistant, prophylactically treated her with azithromycin, an antibiotic.

Don’t blame the church because it let kids play. Blame the parents’ medical malpractice of using an antibiotic to treat a viral infection. Their jobs mean they should have known better.

Did you catch “stepfather” in that? Carsyn is a child of divorce. That’s a risk factor, too, for just about everything.

But on June 13, she developed symptoms: a headache, sinus pressure, and a mild cough. The report said her family thought she had a sinus infection.

I’m now confused. Which is it? Did they start treating her the same day for exposure to Wuhan Whoop or did they think it was a sinus infection while all the headlines talked endlessly about SARS-Cov-2? Or were they already treating her for a bacterial infection when Chinavirus came along?

Carsyn.s symptoms persisted, and on June 19, the medical examiner reported Carsyn’s mother noted she looked “gray” while sleeping. Her mother discovered her oxygen levels were low, so she gave Carsyn some of her grandfather’s oxygen.

Supporting the medical malpractice idea.

The report said her parents also gave her hydroxychloroquine. In June, it was revoked for emergency use by the FDA, after being touted earlier in the pandemic.

That’s news to me. So, the only permitted treatment in USA will cost $3k per treatment from Gilead BigCorp. instead of $3 like everywhere else in the world.

*checks* The HCQ was “unlikely to be effective” and “had serious side effects”. I heard “we canceled President Trump’s recommendation now that he’s busy with reelection”. And yes, I fully believe that Federal health officials would endanger the lives of every human being in North America in order to make somebody they didn’t like look bad. That’s why they wanted power in the first place.

If they administered HCQ as competently as they did antibiotics… *shrug*

Carsyn was then admitted to the pediatric ICU at Golisano Children’s Hospital, the report said, and she tested positive for COVID-19. Her parents declined intubation.

On June 20th and June 21, she was given plasma therapy. A day later on June 22, she was intubated — but serious problems persisted.

Carsyn was taken to a children’s hospital in Miami for more extreme measures, but ultimately — on the afternoon of June 23– she was pronounced dead.

An autoimmune disorder made that fate nearly certain anyway. She was probably lucky to get 17 years of life.

NBC2 spoke with Pastor David Thomas at the First Assembly of God Church on Monday. He said the church did take precautions to keep kids safe during the June 10 event. Thomas said if kids weren’t practicing social distancing, that was their decision. He said the church wasn’t going to be policing the event.

A valid point. What are we going to do, imprison children in solitary confinement out of fear that they’ll play with each other? Some of the school reopening plans I’ve seen are exactly that.

NBC2 tried asking the church more questions, but we’re still waiting for a response. We stopped by the Davis family home Monday to ask about the report, but we were asked to leave the property.

Smart moves on both sides. Pastor Thomas would have done even smarter to NEVER talk to the media.

First Carsyn had bad parents–note they intentionally misspelled the name “Carson”–then she had an autoimmune disorder, then cancer, then apparently an eating disorder, then she played with other kids at church, then she died of a disease that almost no children have yet died of.

Obviously, all church activities must be permanently banned for the health of humanity. We sicko Christians let our children play without masks!


Full Metal Jacket Jesuit

Buckle up for weirdness. This one starts with some Prot vs Cat but don’t get distracted by it. Once the segue hits, things go screwball.

[Prologue:] The American Mind frequently hosts voices that you will not hear in “mainstream” discourse. We do so in order to reveal the full panoply of the American mind, especially among the young, to our readers. As what was once considered “mainstream” rapidly hollows out, we publish writers representative of often-conflicting subgroups notable for their role in, and reflection of, the intellectual ferment of our era. This essay, presented pseudonymously by an author otherwise unknown to us…

Doubtful, but I must take them at their word for now.

…Is representative of a growing strain of searching, if often reactionary, thought among young religious conservatives. Considered thoughts and arguments in reply are always welcome..Eds.

My considered thought is you editors are being epically trolled because this author called for courage and devotion in an article that he submitted anonymously. Think on that one for a moment. Also, that you posted this because you agree with it and want to steer those “young religious conservatives” but deniably so because you all are damnable cowards.

Corona and the Crown

Corona and the Crown

By “Hugo Thomas”, 30 March 2020

Three’s Company Man, made in the image of the Triune God, has been considered by philosophers and theologians for millennia to be tripartite in nature. In the era before Christ, Plato wrote that man’s soul is composed of reason, spirit, and appetite. Drawing from that theory of the soul, Plato further identified society itself as having three classes corresponding to those parts of the soul: the philosopher, the warrior, and the worker. Since then, Greco-Roman and Christian man has developed a relentless yet salutary obsession with identifying tripartitions in himself and in his world.

The Trinity concept is number 3 in my Top Ten List Of Fun Facts About Biblical Numerology. Seriously, though, invoking Plato is not a good start to a discussion of Christianity.

This litany of threes includes: the division of man’s goods into the spiritual, bodily, and external; of his psychic faculties into intellect, will, and memory; of his moral virtues into prudence, fortitude, and temperance (with justice to balance them); of his spiritual virtues into faith, hope, and charity. Understanding, wisdom, and knowledge; intellectual, irascible, and concupiscible appetites; the devil, the flesh, and the world; obedience, chastity, and poverty; those who pray, those who fight, those who work…

…Huckabee, McCain, and Romney…


Of the aforementioned triads, though, it is the institutions of church, military, and business which will concern us most going forward. Broadly understood, these are the bulwarks underlying political power, the institutions which rule in the spheres of culture, security, and the economy. It is therefore worthwhile to draw out how similar they are in constitution.

As in, not at all? A gentle reminder to clergy that Jesus’ Last Supper sermon was how church leaders are to be the servants of the people, not the masters. A gentle reminder to laity, that was the moment Judas cashed out for 30 pieces of silver.

Is YOUR priest in it for the meal ticket?

Each tends to organize according to Dunbar’s number, a unit of 150 people.the maximum among which a stable social network can be maintained. We’ll call this group of 150 a Dunbar going forward. Our institutions generally start with a Dunbar of commoner men (laymen, enlisted, simple workers) united under a first-level leader (pastor, captain, manager), into a basic unit (parish, company, office). A Dunbar of first-level leaders are united under a primary leader (bishop, general, CEO) to form the principal group (diocese, division, corporation), which is more or less independent. A Dunbar.or more if the country is larger.of these primary leaders may be further grouped under a bishops. conference, high command, or stock exchange. At the absolute summit, a Dunbar of these are headed by the pope of the Universal Church, or, theoretically, can be under an emperor or part of a world-wide exchange system.

This is NOT AT ALL how Christ’s Church operates. It’s how Judas’ Church operates. The little people obey the big people who obey the Important Special People Such As Me.

The other notable class, which can exist in every level of each institution’s hierarchy, is the specialist. These specialists are the monks or religious, knights or special operations soldiers, and merchants or bankers. They will be of particular interest for us later.

This is historically false. The monks, as in monasteries, were outside the system described here. The merchants were also outside the system because they were independently wealthy… and therefore hated bitterly by the authorities.

You will notice that the above is only a loose and semi-idealized description of the important societal institutions, and that it has two large deviations from current reality. For one, the Church has been replaced as the cultural hegemon by the media-educational complex.the educational hierarchy being roughly analogous to the ordinary church hierarchy, and the mass media being analogous to the religious orders. For another, the generals of today have been completely subordinated to the central government in a way that the feudal warlords of the past weren.t. In many countries, they have also been separated from domestic law enforcement and the degenerate counterpart of the knights.the secret policemen.

A paragraph of bafflegarble. Translation: we went wrong because we stopped being a feudal civilization centrally controlled by the Vatican.

If it’s not already obvious, you won’t be seeing any new ideas today. Edit, I should not say things like that.

These changes bring us to our next section. Economies of Skill Right-wing commentators.those who wish to preserve the vestiges of, or restore, Christendom.have been lamenting the decline of the West for years and even centuries. This civilizational decline has been formulated in a multitude of ways: the descent from Catholicism to Protestantism to liberalism to communism to cultural Marxism; from 1517 to 1789 to 1917 to 1968; from feudalism to mercantilism to capitalism to socialism to the welfare state in economics; from Catholicism to Protestantism to deism to atheism to nihilistic relativism in religion; from imperialism to colonialism to nationalism to internationalism to xenophilia in foreign policy; from limited monarchy to absolutism to republicanism to dictatorship to democracy in government.

Ah, Church-limited monarchy, the high point of murdering Christians in the name of Christ. To hear some say it, the good old days.

The drivers of moral customs were learned clergy and theologians backed by the institutional might of the Church; the coercive apparatus was shaped by knights trained from childhood in the art of war; and contractual relations were set by guilds whose members had to go through years of apprenticeship.

This brings us to the real point of the article: now that these Tradcons see the Great Reset coming, they want to peddle their in-house vision of utopia like every other pack of Christ-hating rebels. Just like Communism, totalitarian feudalism has never been tried before! because it failed every time.

It’s a joke, all the modern competing visions of utopia from Papism to LGBT to science-ism to workers-paradise-ism. Humanity will only ever and has only ever known one form of utopia. It is shaped like George Orwell’s boot heel.

In the early 21st Century, new technologies began to allow the ostensibly-dead authentic Right to rise again in the digital age, and history resumed, drawing us swiftly into its throes.

The mass media, over-politicized and aimed at audiences too broad, is declining, and a coterie of content creators with loyal niche audiences.whether they be YouTubers, podcasters, Twitter trolls, bloggers, or cartoon frogs on the internet are filling the void with their own narratives.

They think we’re offering a competing utopia. Ah, well. The truth would only make them attack us while calling us Hitler Luther.

The finances of governments are in shambles, and corporations are getting woke and going broke. While cryptocurrencies and smaller independent businesses have not disrupted these two yet, they are certainly chomping on the bit to do so. In each of these arenas, the mass institutions of the Left are ailing, and the new technologies of the digital age are permitting skilled operators on the Right to fight them.

Time to carpe diem! Never mind that these pundits are the very old guard whose current death throes are lies and cowardice and a total lack of introspection.

You may ask, though, .Isn.t the Left using those technologies just as much as the Right is?. True enough, but to use these technologies well, one must live in accord with reality. The Left Can’t Meme, because its ideas are risible.

The Left can’t meme because it can’t see its own reflection. It can’t see the truth. It can’t understand beauty. It can’t laugh. And it has *ahem* a total lack of introspection.

Their men can’t fight as elite soldiers, because they do not have the required discipline or fortitude. They won’t be able to take advantage of the emerging economic order, because their businesses and gibs machines will fail without having monopoly statuses or governments to bail them out.

These Tradcons think the collapse is “just happening”. Such ignorance would be cute if we right-wingers weren’t actually living through the consequences so these cloistered geriatric fools don’t have to.

As long the Right plays its cards right, with prudence and courage, it will eventually win due to the fact that its political philosophy and its attendant lifestyle are in accord with reality as God made it.

You Papists should try reading Scripture. It’s great and even says how this story will end. Spoiler: you join the devil.

[This] is where the coronavirus pandemic comes in. Instead of being the Great Chastisement itself, we can think of the pandemic as the Little Chastisement, or the Chastisement Before the Chastisement. While chastisements can be truly terrible in their effects, God mercifully bestows them upon those whom he loves for good reasons. In this case one of them, we can believe, is to give breathing room for the emerging Restoration. On the negatory level, we can see this Restoration’s chief opponent.the Establishment.being waylaid right now. Stock markets are wrecked, economies are paralyzed, sportsball is canceled, juvenile jails are closed, healthcare systems are swamped above capacity, and porous borders are tightened. There’s no telling right now just how low the Establishment will be brought.

It appears, then, that now is the Right’s time to rebuild in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, much as the Holy Pope and Great Monarch will, it is said, reconstruct civilization in the aftershocks of the Great Chastisement.

Hm? Scripture says Christ will personally reconstruct civilization.

This is hopefully the moment to lay fertile soil for the coming of those two epochal men. What Is to Be Done? What precisely can we do? If you’re the Holy Pope, you might want to start drafting your edicts.

Your Holy Pope is a totalitarian Jesuit friend of child rapists. I don’t hold it against you, my own branch of Christianity is faring no better, but you keep looking to him as Christ’s Perfect Replacement.

If you’re the Great Monarch, you.ll probably want to gather your court. Chances are, if you’re reading this, though, you’re neither of them. So let’s start with what the least exalted of us can do. If you’re a child, obey your parents in their legitimate commands, ignore everything you are taught in school, and prepare for your adulthood to the extent that is reasonable.

That Commandment does not include a legitimacy qualifier. These religious fools really, really need to read Scripture.

If you’re a woman, aspire to tradwifehood.

Hah, they even said it!

Continuing our fixation with threes, the life of a tradwife boils down to being a trusted spiritual counselor for your husband…


…managing your outward comportment with feminine aplomb, and being the headmistress of your children’s education. The archetypes for those roles are the virgin, the lover, and the mother. Since you can see those roles are contradictory if taken literally, there’s no need to try being all three in actuality. Holding them as ideals is sufficient.

Women are to literally be their husband’s slave, per Scripture. Take your place at Joseph’s feet, Mary!

If you’re a man, do your best to become a patriarch [GQ: like Ward Cleaver]. The essential duties of the patriarch are to lead his household spiritually, protect his family, and provide his dependents with the necessary material goods. Prayer, training, work, and reading are the ordinary ways one improves his ability to do each. Becoming active in, and possibly ascending the ladder of, the Church, the military, and the business world are the usual ways you can fan out and contribute to society. Your archetypes to strive for are the cleric, the warrior, and the merchant.

But not the Pope or Monarch, of course. Ordinary men must revere and obey their betters but with no hope of ever actually becoming one! That would lead to competition! Dissent! LUTHER!

All of the above advice is clich? throughout right-wing internet thought. That’s because it’s correct.

Clich?, yes, so very, very clich?… but then they had to sniff their own brain farts.

Also common among the right-wing web is the exhortation to get together a community of like-minded virtuous men and form a Mannerbund.

No. I want to join a community of righteous, Heritage American bastards who need a politically reliable peer to help guard their redoubt because you Tradcons have not only fucked up so badly that I wonder if your brains are implanted with microchips, you think the problem with me is I have too much free time because God recommended a rest-day. To wit:

What is novel in my essay will be my propositions on how to form two particular types of Mannerbund. First, I.ll sketch out a modest group which most of us are capable of forming. We can call it the Saturday Society, although the “society” part makes it sound more formal than it really is. Basically, it would be a group composed of young men intent on bettering themselves spiritually, physically, and materially through prayer, exercise, and work. But where does “Saturday” come in? … Saturday, as a day when most do not work, would be an ideal time for that.

These editors really take the cake. “Since you aren’t expected to grow my wheat or attend my church on Saturday, here are some activities to keep you from thinking about life too hard.” They would deny us God’s own Sabbath in the name of God.

So what exactly would they be doing together on these Saturdays? The first thing they would do, and the other main reason Saturday was chosen, is the First Saturday Devotion. This would be done because it is an especially powerful devotion and because Our Lady specifically asked us to do it. On the second Saturday of the month, a group work-out, training session, or sports game would be conducted. On the third Saturday, they can do charitable work together. Thus, by doing those three, they can bond together through the application of their habits of prayer, exercise, and work in a way that benefits not just them, but the community and even the world.

God forbid a man ever do anything that benefits himself alone. That would be disgusting!

Now, here are some suggestions on how to recruit for this Society. If you are reading this and interested in forming a local version of this Society…

I quit attending church entirely because it’s infested with Tradcons like these. The demands never stop and the rewards never come. Just sayin’.

…it.s likely that you have friends who would also be interested. Start with them.

Because multi-level marketing is the best way to grow God’s church!

Beyond friends and their networks, I’d suggest going to the Catholic young adult events which most dioceses have. There, talk and befriend people (they’re usually nice and the type of people you.d want to befriend anyway)…

Insultingly patronizing.

…and once you get a handle on that scene, throw out the idea of the Society to the guys who you think would be good fits. Do the same in the gyms you work out at or in your professional circles, although in those places you.ll likely find it harder to get prospects to join a Society so explicitly Catholic. If you can’t find many takers, it’s no problem. There’s no inherent reason why this group would need to have a multitude of members.

In contrast, my second proposed Mannerbund will need to be organized more thoughtfully. This group is much more ambitious in scope, and its creation will require the expertise of a relatively accomplished person. I trust that one of the American Mind’s august readers, or someone that they know, will be up to the task.

Not one of the Anointed leaders of the American Mind wants to volunteer his own effort? Ah, right, feudalism. Nobility still doesn’t want to break bread with the peasants.

Drawing on the demonstrated importance of and need for influence in cultural, security, and economic matters, this Mannerbund will be composed of the men… most capable of operating the levers of power in those zones.the specialists, who are the lifeblood of the bodies which they serve. In short, this dedicated brotherhood will be a religious order, chivalric legion, and banking guild all rolled into one.

Did somebody say “Jew”? No, but calling for a secret society of influential and manipulative insiders is not far off that mark.

It sounds wildly ambitious, but it’s been done before; see one Knights Templar. However, I’m not proposing the revival of the Templars. Instead, this will be a new brotherhood, one that has actually been described by visionaries as an indispensable aid to the Holy Pope and Great Monarch.

“I want the Templars back but I don’t want the consequences of being seen wishing the Templars were back”.

Memo to the American Mind editors: STOP SNIFFING EACH OTHER’S BRAIN FARTS YOU PASSIVE-AGGRESSIVE QUISLING COWARD-LEADERS. Nobody is going to do what you say. Everybody is going to look at you demanding powerful heroes spontaneously rise up and then kneel at your feet, you who were too scared to even sign your name to wishing they existed, and everybody will recognize you COWARDS as the one single reason the modern Church is D.E.A.D.

And to receive the added graces which it will need for the upcoming Age of Mary, it will be dedicated to her Immaculate Heart. We shall therefore call it the Brotherhood of the Immaculate Heart, and it will intend to be the lifeblood flowing from her heart, acting as her instrument in spreading her ever-abundant graces throughout the world.

To see how it should be organized, we will first have to describe what ends it will be ordered toward. In an ultimate sense, it will be, as all things should be, for the greater glory of God. More particularly, it will do so by aiming to assist in establishing the social reign of Christ the King and the queenship of His Holy Mother. Even more specifically, it will do it by aiding authorities in the cultural, military, and economic aspects of political life.

Is that the new word for it? “Aiding” authorities in making correct political decisions?

So here is how it will operate in those three spheres. First, the religious aspect of the Brotherhood will naturally take the lead in cultural affairs. As this brotherhood will be comprised of skilled, properly-formed friars, it will be well-suited to take advantage of the previously mentioned Economies of Skill in the media landscape.

Blogs, podcasts, web-courses, online comments, and low-production videos will be its bread and butter at first. If it expands to the size needed to publish traditional mass media and run schools, it may consider doing that as well. This will all, of course, be in support of reverent liturgies and the appropriate art and architecture that go with them.

All must be made to Converge.

And while this cultural engagement will take place wherever the Brotherhood is stationed, we may anticipate that its primary field of action will be in Asia, where the brothers would be missionaries to the great pagan nations.

Where the heck did China come from? That’s a Jewish priority… was I accidentally right about them? Who wrote this Woke garbage? I was going to give the editors a pass but not now.



James Poulos

Last post’s Mexican Reptiloid. The jaw, the eyes, the nose, the ears… not the forehead or hair, however. Hmm.

James Poulos is the Executive Editor of The American Mind, the Claremont Institute’s online publication devoted to driving the conversation about the ideas and principles that drive American political life.

Dr. Poulos graduated from Duke University with distinction in Political Science and received his Ph.D. in Government from Georgetown University.

Jesuit. The executive editor of American Minds is a Jesuit educated in political science and straight-up government, of all the possible alternatives to seminary. This explains SO MUCH of this article from his approval of Pope Pachemama to the idea of the Templars as a secret society pulling strings for humanity’s true masters. Even the Papists are being infiltrated and Converged. A pity they won’t shut up about the Reformation. It prevents us from being allies against the devil.

The author of The Art of Being Free (St. Martin’s Press, 2017), a study of Tocqueville’s Democracy in America, he is also the contributing editor of American Affairs and a fellow at the Center for the Study of Digital Life.

A frequent commentator on technology and the American character, his writing has been featured in publications from National Affairs to National Review and Foreign Affairs to Foreign Policy, and praised at The New York Times, The Washington Post, The New Yorker, and many more. Dr. Poulos has appeared on numerous television and radio programs and delivered remarks before audiences at organizations and campuses across the country. He lives in Los Angeles.

End segue.

Poulos is not just a coward, he’s an infiltrator and subversive. It’s a good sign that he doesn’t (yet) want to be closely associated with the evil he’s pushing. I can make a good guess who wrote this article.

The chivalric element of the Brotherhood would be much the same as the religious. Its occupation will be security concerns; and it will also leverage Economies of Skill by being special operations soldiers, which are so crucial in today’s battlefields, themselves; by being proficient in 4th-Generation Warfare; by using cheap, easily obtainable weapons; and possibly by integrating drones into their arsenals. Its primary burden will assuredly be in protecting innocents from radical Islam.

4GW is all about subversion, not about holding ground or regime change.

Again, the banking facet of the Brotherhood will have parallels to the other two. It will have its proper subject (economics); its particular skills (business expertise and perhaps the pioneering of cryptocurrency usage); its primary field of action (the lands which formerly comprised Christendom). Its members would investigate and do due diligence on whether clients are worthy of transacting with.whether, in particular, they are sufficiently pious and upright.

This… this is a blueprint for the Great Reset.

A question arises as to whether the Brotherhood should have a female branch. Maybe. But the Sisterhood, in keeping with its feminine nature, would have to be a bit different from the Brotherhood. Its nuns would best be more contemplative than the brothers.

Women will be the priests and prophets, not the ditch-diggers.

Instead of protecting others. bodily goods through soldierly means, its nurses would do so through medical care. And, avoiding the high-stakes world of finance, its charitable organization would focus on the simpler methods of giving alms.

“Brides of the State Empire”.

If the Sisterhood will be optional, though, auxiliaries will be integral. First: these oblates, reservists, and part-timers will be needed to enhance numbers. Second, the Brotherhood’s mission will involve engaging with the outside world, which is where these auxiliaries spend their daily lives. Third, auxiliary membership will be a boon for those who are unable to commit to the full life of the Brotherhood, yet would like to do their most for society.

A common pattern of Communist insurgency as perfected by the Jesuits in Central America. For the interested:


Fourth, since birth-rates are in a catastrophic state throughout the world, it will be best to have affiliates who are able to marry and rectify our deficiency of descendants.


Fifth, it is often joked that religious life is the final true solution to the incel and cat-lady questions; if persons of those two groups are not fit for complete membership in the Brotherhood or Sisterhood, they can at least find refuge and purpose as auxiliaries.

Hey, lookit that. American Mind proposed a final solution to the incel question. It’s not going to work because cat ladies would rather die alone than sleep with an incel, and in fact are far along that road.

With these basic functions and classes listed, we may now give a more concrete outline of the organization. Like most specialist groups, it will be on the smaller side in numbers. Each site.which will simultaneously be a monastery, a fortress, and a bank branch.will be staffed by between nine and 18 full brothers, who all manage to live as religious, knights, and bankers.

They will be headed by a superior, who will be flanked by a brother priest to be chaplain of religious affairs, an officer-knight to be captain of security matters, and a managing banker to chair the business operations. Associated with this small group of brothers there would hopefully be scores of auxiliaries and even more clients from the surrounding community.

Once a site reaches more than 18 brothers, it will spin off nine of them and establish a new site. Due to there then being multiple sites, one will have to be designated as the head site. If the Brotherhood grows to be large enough, this cathedral, castle, and corporate headquarters with its grand superior may require the expertise of a bishop, a general, and a CEO.

Revelation 16:13 “I saw coming out of the mouth of the dragon and out of the mouth of the beast and out of the mouth of the false prophet, three unclean spirits like frogs; for they are spirits of demons, performing signs, which go out to the kings of the whole world, to gather them together for the war of the great day of God, the Almighty.”

The bishop is the false prophet; the general is the dragon; and the CEO is the beast “that came out of the earth”, sometimes interpreted as a supercomputer for that reason and the reason of “the mark of the beast” being needed for commerce.

Any more precise plans than these can be decided when the time comes.

So, how could such a grandiose organization be formed in today’s world? In short, it won’t be created by no-names like me (who can, though, create local Saturday Societies, which could become bountiful sources of recruits) scribbling on the internet; it instead will be made with the backing of a multitude of experienced and powerful men. Basically, we will need guys like Fr. Chad Ripperger, Erik Prince, and Peter Thiel to sit down and hammer out a plan.

A quick survey: Ripperger is the founder of an exorcist society dedicated to Mary. Erik Prince is the sole proprietor of the mercenary company Blackwater, ex-CIA and private security for the crown prince of Abu Dhabi. Peter Thiel is co-founder of Paypal.

Otherwise, it will become a bunch of eccentric randos LARPing as Templars. This brings up two other obvious difficulties: will the Establishment allow such an organization to exist? And how will weirdos and feds be kept out? These are interrelated. First, we should note that the Establishment isn’t omnipotent and that it already allows churches, private military companies, and dissident businesses to exist.

That didn’t age well.

The principle of religious liberty should shield the Brotherhood from some of the Establishment’s heat. And with the current crisis, Trump in the White House, and potential allies in power, the demand for its suppression is even less likely right now.

Second, and more importantly, it won’t directly oppose the Establishment, but actually cooperate with it in its legitimate exercises of authority.


Third, it won’t do anything illegal or displeasing to the feds. You can’t be entrapped if you refuse to do anything illegal.

Fourth, membership would require great commitment and competency. Weirdos and feds can’t hack that level of dedication; for the same reason, they haven’t been able to penetrate groups like the FSSP.

So, with the Establishment now stretched thin and fearful due to the coronavirus crisis, it may welcome or at least reluctantly accept any help it can get from the Brotherhood in sustaining civilization. The plan is that, when the Establishment inevitably fails, the Brotherhood will be around to aid the Holy Pope and Great Monarch in restoring civilization anew and better than ever.

That sounds a lot darker now than earlier in this post.

We on the Right will succeed in doing this.

No definition of “right” is applicable to what he proposes.

We are the only ones remaining with a true understanding of the tripartite nature of society. We have been gifted by God with the technological means needed for our glorious undertaking. We have been granted the necessary opening for action via the virus. The steps which we must now take are manifest. With the grace of God and the sacrifices of the Brotherhood of the Immaculate Heart, we are guaranteed to slash the standard of Satan, restore Christendom, and crown Christ as King of All Nations. After all, we have been promised, .In the end, my Immaculate Heart will triumph..

“We are the only ones remaining with a true understanding of the tripartite nature of society. We have been gifted by God with the technological means needed for our glorious undertaking. We have been granted the necessary opening for action via the virus. The steps which we must now take are manifest. With the grace of God and the sacrifices of the Brotherhood of the Immaculate Heart, we are guaranteed to slash the standard of Satan, restore Christendom, and crown Christ as King of All Nations. After all, we have been promised, .In the end, my Immaculate Heart will triumph..”

That promise is not from Scripture.

Because WE read Scripture, we know that Christ will not be restored to authority by terrorist cells operating in secrecy to bring the priests of Queen Mary into power.

Poulos is a Satanist.

This is what happen when you go full retard.



Physiognomy: Mexican Reptiloid

I’ve been busy at work so this is a quick one. This guy’s story is nothing special but his appearance is… fascinating.

Hate Hoax: Oregon Politico Jonathan Lopez Admits He Wrote Racist Letter to Himself


Jonathan Lopez, an unsuccessful local candidate in Umatilla County, Oregon, has confessed to penning an anonymous racist letter to himself last month, police revealed this weekend.

Lopez, who is of Latino heritage, claimed to have discovered a letter addressed to him filled with racist slurs on June 23, which reportedly included the warning that he and other “Mexicans” were “not welcome here,. according to KEPR-TV. However, he has now fessed up to being the author of the hateful message, the East Oregonian reports.

.The time spent on this fictitious claim means time lost on other matters, not to mention it needlessly adds to the incredible tension that exists in our nation today,. Hermiston Police Chief Jason Edmiston told the newspaper.

.Our investigation has shown that Mr. Lopez wrote the letter himself and made false statements to the police and on social media,. Edmiston wrote. .The end result is a verbal and written admission by Mr. Lopez that the letter was fabricated..

It’s a legitimate hate crime and I think he should be hanged for it together with all the other Not-Sees. Or in his case, Cannot-Unsee-s.

He said the case would be forwarded to the Umatilla County District Attorney’s office for review for initiating a false report, a Class A misdemeanor in Oregon.

Lopez shared a picture of the letter to his Facebook page and has since deleted it. .Don’t waste your time trying to become anything in this county,. it said. .[W]e will make sure you never win and your family suffers along with all the other f.king Mexicans in the area!.

In his comments on the purported hate mail, Lopez claimed that he “holds no resentment for whomever wrote this..

It’s true!

.I.m just simply heartbroken for the lack of knowledge, education, and respect missing,. he stated. .I pray for you and wish you prosperity in your life..

Sounds legit. If I had his level of self-respect… falsifying a hate crime against myself because nobody liked me enough to give me the worldly power I deserve more than the natives… I’d be heartbroken, too. Not to mention his “knowledge” suggesting he could possibly get away with this.

Lopez lost a primary election for a seat on the Umatilla County Board of Commissioners in May 2020.

Attempts by The Associated Press to reach Lopez were not successful. He told the East Oregonian that he meant to speak with Edmiston about racism in Umatilla County and use the letter as an example of the type of racism people experience.

Pathological liar confirmed, no need for face reading.


Metrolink Catfight Exposes A Taulby Roach

Behold Missouri’s first post-police application of law enforcement! *popcorn*

19-Year-Old Allegedly Beaten at St. Louis MetroLink Station While Unarmed Guards Watched


By Katherine Rodriguez, 4 July 2020

Breitbart, I know you’re all lawyered up for obvious reasons but when the beating was captured on camera you can drop the “alleged”.

A 19-year-old woman was allegedly assaulted and beaten by another woman at the Forest Park-DeBaliviere MetroLink Station in St. Louis, Missouri, on Thursday.

CATFIGHT!!! Yee-haw!

Not only did bystanders refuse to intervene during the attack; two unarmed security guards patrolling the area did nothing to help the situation either, KTVI reported.

The incident is under investigation by the Bi-State Development Agency, but an early conclusion from the investigation was that the guards should have done more to help.

Dalrock’s Law: “Feminism is the assertion that men are evil and naturally want to harm women, followed by pleas to men to solve all of women’s problems.”

Yes, the guards being paid minimum wage to be bored, legally neutered crime deterrents should have risked their lives during a POC-alypse to interrupt what, for all they knew, was a civil-rights-protected expression of love between two POC lesbians.

Metro President and CEO Taulby Roach said the guards, who are not armed, should have de-escalated the situation and will likely need further training.

There is no evil in socialism. There is only “insufficient education”.

Bi-State Commissioner Derrick Keith Cox said the problem is the agency paid a million dollars to receive bad advice on how to make the public transportation system safer.

After this story will be the corruption story that is motivating Cox to say what he just did in that paragraph.

Meanwhile, choose your doom, President “Roach”:

A. Replace the guards with small, female, nonthreatening counselors who update their Woke psychological theories more frequently than Windows 10. Watch in horror as they “present themselves” to avoid getting killed like women have done since cavemen were grabbing ponytails.

B. Allow all white men to carry firearms and redefine manslaughter to “post-natal abortion”.

C. Train & equip the guards to actually fight crime and pay them enough to risk their lives on behalf of ungrateful random strangers. Maybe give them badges after they swear oaths to protect and defend.

One of the suggestions they received from that study was to take away guns from security guards and only arm police officers.

Might as well, if they won’t be allowed to use them. It’s the same reason that I 1. don’t carry concealed and 2. intend to watch passively the next time Diversity climbs up somebody’s vulnerable ass.

Cox said with that put into practice, the gun ban leaves guards with very little to protect themselves or anyone else. Roach, however, said that guns in a situation like this would have made it worse.

Pay a gorilla like me $50 per hour and let us use batons carte-blanche, and we will be like a cleansing wave of crime-Febreze over your transportation network.

Gun-free zones or areas where there is no armed law enforcement in place can cause a spike in violent crime. Orlando’s “Pulse” gay bar was a mandated gun-free zone by state law, yet it was home to one of the deadliest mass shootings in this country’s history.

A 2019 study from the Crime Prevention Research Center (CPRC) showed that 89 percent of mass shootings in the 21st century took place in gun-free zones.

Interesting that they pulled the Pulse shooting out of thin air. The link that probably motivated that is coming up.

Meanwhile, I’m hearing a lot of support for my Plan “B”.

Here are the guards. Stock uniforms costing $15 apiece at:


It seems that St Louis Metrolink has implement new security arrangements and/or leaderships in August 2018, August 2019, December 2019 and March 2020. Here’s a pic; you get one guess who is the constant between all the transition teams.

Physiognomy first impressions: The white-shirts are smiling only because they’re supposed to, Grey Suit is out of his depth and Meltface in the black suit is the CEO and a male feminist.

Seriously, look at Grey Suit. His coat isn’t even buttoned right. Who wears a suit without a tie? I once wore socks with sandals and I know better than to wear a suit with no tie.

*checks* I’m having trouble identifying most of them, high turnover in Metrolink management doesn’t help, but “Meltface” Taulby Roach is indeed President and CEO of Bi-State Development.

Let’s look at the context of Metro security.

‘We Had To Do Better’: Metro Transit Leaders Discuss New Security Strategy


By Evie Hemphill, 4 March 2020

Ideally dated.

Taulby Roach has made the safety of the St. Louis region’s transit system a major focus since becoming president and CEO of Bi-State Development 14 months ago. Just last week, he and other area leaders gathered to mark the culmination of two years of study and planning aimed at improving safety on buses and light rail lines. They touted the creation of a four-prong “systemwide security strategy” aimed at reducing “the rate and perception of crime” on transit, among other commitments.

Bi-State also recently selected private security firm GS4 for a three-year contract, and has a new plan in place for a bigger police presence on MetroLink, as reported by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

There’s no question that in a public asset like this, what I need is engagement and people who care about it, and what we’d been hearing for months is that we had to do better,. Roach said. .So really, the tasking was clear [when I took over]. And so I tried to bring some clarity to that tasking and [to] rally our forces and work with, of course, our colleagues and to do a better job. We’re on the precipice of that, and I’m really excited about it..

Roach is undoubtedly a male feminist. Mass transit is not a public asset, particularly when people are afraid to use it for good & structural reasons, except to utopians who think heaven is forcing all the tribes and races of men into close proximity until they joyfully miscegenate into a brown goo with no history, culture or even identity to call their own.

Kevin Scott, director of public safety for Metro Transit, also participated in the conversation. He outlined the planned changes, which he summed up as a strategy of “staunch collaboration..

.We.ve taken a look along with our partners . police partners and all of our stakeholders . at what can we do to make the system better. And what people really want to see on our system is a visible security component that positively engages our ridership to ensure the quality of that ride..

Security guard concierges? Okay but then they won’t be bouncers or coolers.

When Fenske asked what that will look like, Scott described it as .a layered approach, where you have a solid visible layer of contract security..

.The Metro Transit security specialists will be the core of that layer and represent the brand and corporate interests,. he said. “And then you have the law enforcement component.

.And so what we’ve done in devising this new deployment is we’ve focused on what our clear roles and responsibilities are. So everybody’s not going to be policing the system. The two major visible components of the layered security approach will be securing the system, and we’ll work more collaboratively with the police to actually police that system when we need to bring them in..

Roach got his “visible security component”, trained to “positively engage our ridership” despite the handicap of face masks blocking the expression of emotion… and now they’re complaining that that their carnival-style “ride quality” operators weren’t operators in the paramilitary sense.

G4S Secure Solutions is based in Florida but owned by a Danish company… your basic globocorp conglomerate setup. Interesting, the Pulse Shooter mentioned above was a G4S security guard whose company had falsified his psychiatric records.

Omar Mateen’s driver license photo. An excellent example of sanpaku eyes indicating derangement.



Under Florida state law, for him to work as an armed guard the company was required either to make a full psychiatric evaluation of Mateen, or to administer a “validated written psychological test”. The test administered was the updated Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI-2), a test used for job screenings and court cases requiring those subjected to it to agree or disagree with statements such as “My soul sometimes leaves my body” and “Once in a while I think of things too bad to talk about.” Carol Nudelman, the psychologist listed on the character certification submitted by G4S to the state said she stopped working for the company in 2005 and denies ever having met him.

G4S said Mateen was not interviewed by a psychologist, but rather, a psychologist evaluated the results of a standard test used in job screenings, and his test was evaluated by the firm that bought Nudelman’s practice: Headquarters for Psychological Evaluation, owned by Dr Joanne Bauling. G4S said this was a “clerical error.”

On September 10, 2016, the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services fined G4S $151,400 for providing inaccurate psychological testing information after it found the psychologist whose opinion was necessary to permit Mateen to carry a weapon was not practicing as a screener. Between 2006 and 2016, 1,514 forms were submitted erroneously listing Nudelman’s name. Mateen’s form was among those investigated.

The company was unaware of Mateen’s sealed and expunged juvenile arrest record for misdemeanor battery. Although they verified his employment they took Mateen at his word that he was fired as a Florida corrections trainee for failing to report due to a fever. He was actually dismissed for skipping classes, falling asleep in class, and asking two days after the Virginia Tech shooting if a classmate would tell if he brought a gun to class. Also during his time as a trainee, a fellow trainee said he threatened to kill everyone at a barbecue after his hamburger touched a piece of pork, and he was escorted from the property.

I did not know that about the Pulse shooter. Anyway, this has nothing to do with the St. Louis guards who prudently did nothing while enjoying two black chicks fighting to exhaustion for the amusement of all.

End segue.

On to the corruption backstory.

Despite opposition, Bi-State CEO gets OK to negotiate a possible takeover of troubled Loop Trolley


By Nassim Benchaabane, 11 December 2019

ST. LOUIS . The executive board of Bi-State Development voted Tuesday, despite fierce opposition, to negotiate a possible takeover of the financially strapped Loop Trolley.

The trolley opened in November 2018 after years of construction and delays. Since then, ticket sales and farebox revenue have lagged significantly as the line operated on a limited-hours, four-day-a-week schedule with just two of its three cars in service.

The 2.2-mile streetcar line… is set to close Dec. 29 after a series of operational and financial setbacks. Operators say more funding is needed to keep the trolley open until spring, when they hope all three cars could provide full seven-day service.

This has every sign of a pork-barrel project. Government-orchestrated “community infrastructure” built too slowly after extensive cost overruns requiring even more money… usually debt instruments and/or earmarked Federal funds… and once it’s built and opened, nobody wants it. The smart move is to shut it down but that would be unacceptable because:

CEO Taulby Roach pitched operating the trolley for the next four years with nearly $1.1 million left over from federal grants, and said he had preliminary approval from federal transit officials.

Closure could mean defaulting on some of the $36 million in federal aid that was part of the $51 million needed to build the line and make related street improvements. Roach said default would jeopardize Bi-State.s ability to secure federal transit dollars in the future.

.Being known as a region that does not have the political will to complete projects is a very damaging assessment,. Roach told the board.

Such pure motivations. This is all about milking public funds to the maximum extent possible.

The Bi-State board, which governs MetroLink and Metro buses, voted 6-3 to approve Roach’s request and have him return to the board by February with a more detailed proposal to take over the trolley from its nonprofit operator, the Loop Trolley Co.

Roach had planned to submit the preliminary report to the board in a closed session, following advice from the board’s legal counsel, but the board voted to keep the discussion open to the public after fervent opposition from board members Justin Zimmerman and Derrick Cox.

I like Bi-State Commissioner Derrick Cox. He started out a local radio personality.

The pair, two of the board’s five members representing Illinois, and board Vice Chairwoman Aliah Holman, of St. Louis, voted against the takeover. They said Bi-State should focus on MetroLink security, route expansions, staff pay and other issues.

.This is not something that we have been asked for by the general public and yet there are so many things we have been asked for by the general public,. Holman said.

Cox said St. Clair County residents wouldn’t want Bi-State tax dollars to go toward a project in University City, and doubted a trolley shutdown would affect Bi-State.s federal funding.

.That.s just a hypothetical out there to get us to say yes,. he said.

Roach said St. Louis County Executive Sam Page, St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson and St. Clair County Board Chairman Mark Kern asked him to examine a takeover, if it could be done without additional local funding.

Translation, it’s an excuse to import earmark Federal dollars.

.I think it really deserves close study,. Kern said. .We are a region and while we certainly expect our friends in Missouri to think regionally when they look at issues, we must do the same things for them..

Page said he would keep an eye on the negotiations. Krewson, through a spokesman, called it a “positive step..

Remember that Roach’s allies are Mayor Krewson and Executive Page. Note that Krewson is mayor of St. Louis, Missouri, but Kern’s county is in Illinois. This is hella suspicious. This corruption could go Federal.

On Tuesday, Roach said the Loop Trolley needed about $240,000 more a year to operate. The estimate included conservative predictions about Loop Trolley ridership and a full service schedule that would help integrate it into the region’s transit system. He said he hoped more funding for the trolley would be generated over time from increased tickets, fares and revenues from the special sales tax district that helped fund the line’s construction.

No, no, no! Shut ‘er down, Clancy, she’s pumping mud!

Roach, Krewson, Page, businessman Joe Edwards and University City Mayor Terry Crow comprise the sales tax district’s board. Roach said Tuesday that he would resign from the board if Bi-State takes over the Loop Trolley.

And on THAT final note… one month later…

You Paid For It: Bi-State CEO discusses allegation of conflict of interest over bail out of Loop Trolley

You Paid For It: Bi-State CEO discusses allegation of conflict of interest over bail out of Loop Trolley

By Elliot Davis, 21 January 2020

ST. LOUIS . You Paid For It Investigator Elliott Davis catches up with Bi-State President/CEO Taulby Roach to question him about accusations of conflict of interest [in his negotiations over the Delmar Loop Trolley].

Roach is advocating bailing out the Loop Trolley that’s stopped running because of money woes and because of low ridership.

But some Bi-State Commissioners didn’t learn until a recent meet that the CEO not only runs Bi-State but he also sits on the Loop Trolley Board of Directors. Mayor Lyda Krewson and County Executive Sam Page are also on the Trolley Board and have advocated saving it.

Remember Roach’s allies? The members of the Trolley Board are trying to steal, er, “appropriate” funds from other budgets to finance their brand-new-yet-failed side project.

CEO Roach says he recuses himself when it comes to voting on issues involving the Trolley. He also says he’s checked with lawyers and they’ve given him the all-clear.

If you need lawyers to review your behavior for criminal activity…

But St. Louis County Councilman Ernie Trakas says he doesn’t like the looks of this deal where Taulby Roach is wearing two hats, one as head of Bi-State and the other as a board member of the Loop Trolley.

He says it looks like a conflict of interest.

It *is* a conflict of interest. Who is Roach’s lawyer, Saul Goodman?

Roach had a new announcement about his new plan for the Loop Trolley. His first plan called for Bi-State to take over, own and run the Loop Trolley. Now he says Bi-State would just manage the trolley for 4 years.

“I didn’t do anything wrong but now that you noticed, I’ll scale back my plans.”

Bi-State Commissioner Derrick Keith Cox who didn’t like the first plan texted Elliott tonight saying he didn’t like the second one either.

The Bi-State Board of Directors will meet Friday morning to talk about whether to bail out the Delmar Loop Trolley.

Definitely some friction between Cox and Roach. Good on Cox!

The ultimate fate of the Trolley hasn’t been determined. No doubt that the Wuhan Whoop lockdowns put it on indefinite hold.

Okay, fine, it’s yet another portrait of Democrat corruption. Why care? If you listen to the linked video, after the attack video is played Cox is shown demanding answers from G4S and… from Roach. It was real quick, at the 1:33 mark. He’s leveraging the incident against a known Corruptocrat.

I am not amused. Glad I am that Cox is fighting corruption but blaming security guards for not doing what they were told to not do is also dishonest. They’re going to get fired for being put in a no-win scenario. Were they supposed to be nice or violent?

This is what happens when you do evil that good may result.


Scottsdale’s Guy Phillips: I Can’t Breathe, Either

Exhibit #32,768 in Liberals Can’t Meme:

Bonus point for my reaction being pre-displayed on his hoodie!

Arizona City Councilman Quotes George Floyd to Protest Masks: .I Can’t Breathe.


By Blake Montgomery, 24 June 2020

A Scottsdale, Arizona city councilman quoted George Floyd’s last words to protest against his state’s requirement to wear a mask to slow the spread of the new coronavirus. At a Wednesday rally of roughly 200 people, Guy Phillips said, .I can’t breathe,. the same words that Floyd, an unarmed black man, uttered while dying in the custody of Minneapolis police officers [of a fentanyl overdose].

That reminds me, I need to start attending political rallies in case I get Wuhan Whoop. It’s going to happen eventually because I don’t live in solitary confinement… hello, squat rack at a public gym… and I suppose the contact tracers will pounce on me to document every work site and business I’ve ever frequented. I hate to think what’ll happen when the inevitable hits and all the pre-frightened people at my work get a target for their anxieties… unless, of course, I casually mention attending that George Floyd rally….

The slogan has been common at Black Lives Matter protests for several years, as Eric Garner, choked by New York City police officers, also said it on camera before he died in 2014.

Nobody cares. Memo, Dindus say “I can’t breathe” every single time they notice people are watching their asses get tossed into the meat wagon. It’s a tactic to weaponize the cops’ bodycams against them. It never works… if you can’t breathe then you can’t say “I can’t breathe”… but they try anyway because victim status is desirable.

Arizona has become a coronavirus hotspot in recent weeks, with cases spiking so quickly that hospitals are running out of beds. Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane called Phillips. remarks “callous and insensitive,. and the councilman apologized to the Floyd family late Wednesday. He said he did not intend to invoke Floyd’s killing.

That stupid dumb fuck! I was all set to praise him for returning the Left’s narrative but then he went and apologized! Now I wonder if he actually can’t breathe in a mask, which is possible but astonishingly ignorant of what’s going in in society right now.

Why don’t they learn? Why do they never learn? It’s like watching mice climb over their dead to be next into the mousetrap.


Golightly’s Going Lightly

It took less than a month for the “unpersoned because of a 16-year-old comment” record to be doubled to “33-year old comment”… not counting Civil War generals or Mount Rushmore… but I am not sure it should be counted because this time, the target is a career PR expert. I smell a rat when somebody whose job is fending off exactly this sort of thing goes down without a fight. “Taking a dive”, as it’s called in the boxing ring.

Part of me really, really wants to understand boardroom politics. Another part thinks it’s work best left to incest-crazed narcissists.

Boeing Executive Resigns Over 1987 Op-Ed Opposing Women in Combat


By John Carney, 3 July 2020

The head of communications at Boeing has resigned his post after an employee complained about a 33-year-old article he wrote arguing against putting women in combat roles in the military.

Nobody named that employee. Her identity would be interesting and normally I’d wait until it’s available… you know “Karen” isn’t going to keep her mouth shut about taking a scalp that big… but I’d rather make a prediction that she was recently booted off the Boardroom Fast Track and is in her early 30s.

Niel Golightly penned the op-ed when he was a 29-year-old lieutenant in the U.S. Navy. It appeared in a magazine published by the U.S. Naval Institute, an outfit which describes itself as “an independent forum for those who dare to read, think, speak, and write to advance the professional, literary, and scientific understanding of sea power and other issues critical to global security.

.At issue is not whether women can fire M-60s, dogfight MiGs, or drive tanks. Introducing women into combat would destroy the exclusively male intangibles of war fighting and the feminine images of what men fight for.peace, home, family,. Golightly wrote, according to an excerpt published on the U.S. Naval Institute’s website.

That impresses me. Golightly was wise enough to object to women in military on philosophical grounds, not merely competence. The competence argument still requires the military male space to be violated, only by a few women instead of many. Until, of course, the Amenable Authorities inevitably put their thumbs on the scales of competence because they can’t stand to see a woman cry.

Women should not be allowed to act like men even if they can do so convincingly. Why is that hard? Original sin.

Women were barred from combat roles throughout American history, including the first term of Barack Obama’s presidency, until the policy was changed in 2013. In 2015, Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced that all combat jobs would open to women and the following year a handful of women passed combat training courses.

Correction, “were passed through” combat training courses, like diarrhea. Exactly like diarrhea, in fact: irritating the bowels of the host organism.

Yet Golightly has resigned over advocating the long-running policy back in 1987 and has now apologized.

.My article was a 29-year-old Cold War navy pilot’s misguided contribution to a debate that was live at the time,. Golightly said in a statement included in Boeing’s announcement. .My argument was embarrassingly wrong and offensive. The article is not a reflection of who I am; but nonetheless I have decided that in the interest of the company I will step down..

.Boeing does not agree with the views expressed in the article, and it does not reflect Niel’s views today,. the company said.

In the unlikely event that I end up a Fortune 500 executive, I will be much more loyal to my employees than this. Even if this is mere corporate kabuki, getting shoved under the bus by your employer is not how a Christian executive would do business.

.Niel and I discussed at length the article and its implications for his role as the Company’s lead spokesman,. said David Calhoun, President and CEO. .I want to emphasize our Company’s unrelenting commitment to diversity and inclusion in all its dimensions, and to ensuring that all of our employees have an equal opportunity to contribute and excel..

What was policy five years ago is now ground for purging.

Niel Golightly. A good executive face: very squarish with a strong chin, prominent cheekbones and wispy (chameleonic) eyebrows. (Because eyebrows move dynamically with one’s emotions, having faint eyebrows helps one keep a poker face.)

The asymmetry of his mouth suggests a divide between his public and private behavior. Not necessarily indicating dishonesty.

David Calhoun. A comparable face but more rounded-off. Probably had less testosterone than Niel going back to his teenage years. That’s fine, fighter-pilot egos can be hard for anybody to keep up with. I would expect Niel’s personality to be more even-tempered but less focused & innovative. Not a bad corporate plan to use the jock for a media sponge instead of actual policy.

I am left unsatisfied with why Niel got canned so swiftly, so unreasonably and in defiance of his considerable social skills & SMV. The most likely answer is that he boinked the intern and the intern MeToo-ed him when the promotion didn’t come through. He wouldn’t be the first ex-military pilot to seppuku like that. For a fact, nobody gives a damn about the opinion of an oversexed, under-rested pilot circa 1985.

While poking for background info, I found an article he wrote on PR leadership.

The corporate revolution and the role of the CCO


By Niel Golightly, 1 February 2018

The role of big business is undergoing a quiet revolution, and the way corporations communicate with society is at the heart of it.

BCG.s Rich Lesser calls 2018 a “moment of truth for CEOs” facing a range of societal challenges. Blackrock’s Larry Fink’s annual letter to CEOs promotes long-term strategies that integrate environmental and social issues. And Edelman’s 2018 Trust Barometer sees publics turning to CEOs for leadership amidst the rubble of collapsed trust in institutions.

Either he’s bloviating or he’s pushing the Narrative. We must continue…

For companies as varied as Unilever, Shell, Walmart, AECOM, Bloom Energy, Ford, Google and Schneider Electric, “purpose” and “shared value” have entered the boardroom vernacular. Environmental and social externalities are problems to be solved, not simply risks to be avoided. CEOs who once studiously avoided public positions on social issues are stepping out and drawing moral lines in the sand.

The latest moral line ironically running through Niel. His Linkedin confirms that he was previously an executive at both Shell and Ford so he’s talking about companies he influenced.

The profit motive still fuels the corporate engine; but business leaders seeking to create sustained profit are turning away from scorched earth capitalism in favor of a deep understanding and embrace of society’s expectations.

Pushing the Narrative it is, then. Niel is a Deep State swamp creature.

So what does this renaissance mean for corporate communications professionals? In a word, everything.

In a meme about your “deep understandings”, this:

That.s because no other corporate function is charged exclusively with interpreting the public’s mood and shaping the company’s response to it. The role of chief communications officers must these days be to help C-suites navigate through radical change. Bj?rn Edlund, my former Shell boss and dean of corporate communicators everywhere, calls this societal intelligence, or SQ . .the ability to see and act on a company’s challenges and opportunities in their broader economic, political, social and cultural context..

Which is why companies and communicators alike sell themselves short when they focus on the transactional, the tactical, the quantifiable and the mechanical aspects of corporate communications. Commercial acumen is a necessary but not sufficient attribute of communication. Digital skills are vital, but only as a means to understand and participate in the right conversations. Measurement is important, but mainly as a way to generate meaningful insights for better decisions. Media reach is valuable, but only as a vehicle for relevant, coherent and credible narratives.

He even used the word! Move over ya “true” because “credible” is now in da house!

Companies looking to navigate safely the corporate revolution therefore need their Chief Communications Officers to do five things really well:

1. Communicate. This may seem obvious, but sometimes C-suite commitment to the verb lacks conviction. Communicating is not just getting the word out. It is learning, resolving conflicts, identifying opportunities, anticipating problems . and most of all knowing when to shut up and listen. And yes, it’s also the liberal art of crafting a story. The story has to be credible and true. It has to be simple enough to win hearts and complete enough to win minds. And it has to be delivered through the right channels at the right time with the right language to influence the right audiences in the right way.

I heard “Dubya Bush was my frat brother.” *checks* Niel once was a speechwriter for General Colin Powell as Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff per his Linkedin. Score!

2. Lead. Good CCOs lead from the front. They know first-hand what it means to be in the trenches with media, stakeholders and business leaders. They’ve done the tactics, which gives them the nous to craft strategy. They know how to build teams with the right skills in the right places with the right resources and right mandate to deliver. They inspire and teach. They protect creative risk-takers.

That’s fighter-pilot thinking, that officers should be the ones on the front line. The duty of an executive is to organize, train and equip people for their tasks, not to do the tasks himself. It helps but is not necessary for an executive to know how to do the actual job.

3. Engage. The best corporate communicators are diplomats.

Duh. Skip.

4. Advise. Trusted CCOs are honest brokers. They speak up when the emperor is naked. They help mediate internal differences and external dilemmas. They intervene to protect the company’s reputation and its shareholders from intangible risks. They test evolving business decisions and policy positions against the litmus of company values, purpose, and social license. And they help their business colleagues communicate with impact and credibility.

Meaning, trusted CCOs accept when their turn comes to be shoved under the bus? I can’t accuse Niel of hypocrisy.

5. Reflect. Strategic communicators are thinkers as well as practitioners. Systems thinkers. Lateral thinkers. They see and synthesize what’s happening in the world “out there. and how social, political and cultural megatrends converge . or conflict . with the fortunes of the company.

I didn’t see that in his face. CEO David’s yes, but not CCO Niel’s.

They use SQ to create and protect value, to convert issues into opportunities, to keep the business relevant and competitive.

Executives don’t keep a business relevant and competitive. The keep the business focused on making good products, which in turn *does* keep a business relevant and competitive.

Reality has not changed. Current Year thinking that we’re in a Brave New World of relationships and pussy soldiers is bullshit. Which is impacting the health of Boeing more, its “Max Crater” plane going down in flames or its CCO going down in flames? You need to answer this question correctly, CEO David Calhoun.

Big business is at a watershed moment, and the role of the Chief Communications Officer may never have been so pivotal as now. Immeasurable long-term value is at stake as CEOs shoulder accountabilities that extend beyond quarterly financial results. They need professionals on their team that can help them make sense of . and engage with . the anxious, turbulent and demanding society “out there..

Niel engaging society: successful. Outcome: defeat. They call it Progress because the engagement was successful!


Don’t Fear the Covid-19 Reaper

I just had an argument with a coworker about new health restrictions for the upcoming Fourth of July weekend. He’s scared of the disease and not my only such coworker. He has no reason to be. Young enough, healthy, but terrified of death. So, I write this to explain the tyranny behind it.

Notice the government is constantly changing the rules. This increases anxiety and trains people to pay close attention to government dictats. Until very recently in American history, people went weeks without wondering what the Federal government was doing because it wasn’t relevant to their daily lives.

Notice the government is holding Peter responsible for Paul’s welfare. If you’re old then sure, take precautions for yourself. What we’re seeing instead with the social distancing and mask decrees is that the healthy are being held responsible for the safety of the vulnerable. “Do it for your family” is a sign I’ve seen about town recently.

This has never been done before. Ten thousand years and nobody ever responded to disease with house arrest of the entire population. It’s not because we got that much smarter about disease in the last couple decades. Bird flus, swine flus, other exotic diseases have come and gone and nobody ever even thought to collapse all of society as a response. I mean that literally: not one pundit or Director of Important Bureau demanded such drastic measures.

And now, nobody in the media says anything but that. A foreigner could be forgiven for believing that Fauci won a coup against Trump.

They ask me how I know the government statistics are wrong. Answer, from various news sites that I piece together. They find that less convincing than official government statistics and I have trouble explaining how the gov’t is wrong because their numbers aren’t sourced. Nobody wants to hear the minutiae of, for example, hospitals being paid emergency-relief money for every death they code as COVID-19. They don’t want to hear how the recent spike in infection rates is due primarily to the recent spike in testing rates. They simply trust the government because math doesn’t lie.

News flash: statistics lie more than a rug even on a good day.

They ask me why I think the government is evil for trying to save people. I tell them that Evil is sentient and plots our destruction and the collapse of fatherhood is a smoking gun that the government serves Evil, and they just stare at me. I must be a terrible evangelist.

They think evil doesn’t exist. They think I just disagree with State policies and a disagreement isn’t worth risking Grandma for.

They ask me how I know suicide rates are going up. I must admit, nobody is publishing numbers yet that I can find. I simply read reports from the people working in those lines of work.

No offense to my elderly parents but instead of showing I care about their health by voluntarily dis-employing myself, I’d rather have my friends back. I haven’t seen my friends in three months. That’s another reason I know the suicide rate is spiking, because banning friendship and exercise is cruelty.

That’s news to my coworkers, that people need people. I’ve been told repeatedly to just add a camera to my computer and use Zoom. Look, a social life! they say.

They ask me why I don’t like to wear a mask. I tell them that cloth masks can’t have a weave tight enough to block a virus, thus there’s no point, also I like fresh air. The response has been uniformly “okay, you can believe that but you need to wear a mask or we’ll all get into trouble”. Which is a truly disturbing idea. Punish me for not wearing a mask is one thing, but government readiness to punish a business for a customer not wearing a mask is tyranny.

But none dare call it evil.

The reason the government is teaching my fellows to live in fear and uncertainty is because the November elections are coming up and totalitarian socialism is on the menu. Socialism appeals most to people who are scared and want a Savior, and the only savior available is the State.

So far as the State is willing to admit.

People are scared, they want a god to follow and it’s not going to be God they choose this time. I can’t even blame them because I’m the only Christian they’ve ever met who doesn’t feel fear when he’s told to supposed to. Wu Flu could be Bubonic Plague 2.0 and I wouldn’t feel fear. To live is Christ, to die is gain, but people today love life because they don’t think there’s anything after it.

What I do feel is anger. Anger that the people around me are being intentionally and unnecessarily frightened until they can’t sleep because of fear. Anger that I’m being forced to do dehumanizing behaviors like mask-wearing even when I know it’s useless and am willing to accept the consequences (aside from being welded into my apartment by Karen).

I would save people from this State-sponsored state of fear if I could, but I can’t because it comes from the fact that my soul is immortal and my flesh can’t be. In Christ I find hope, in !science! they find an empty, uncaring universe and decide to make their own god out of their all-too-human leaders. Never mind what happened the last time they did that. Or the time before that. Humanity is SMART now!

Well done, Churchians. You failed this completely to preach the Gospel! I may be a terrible evangelist but at least people point & stare at me for being different!