Twilight Zone: Aussie Child Care

It’s getting hard to find good headlines. Coof, recounts and Miami condos are all anybody wants to talk about. But here’s a previously unseen episode of Australian Twilight Zone!

Australia Talks finds six out of 10 regional families can’t easily access child care

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By April McLennan,  11 June 2021

Mother-of-three Alanna Wardle has found living in regional Australia with young children can be isolating. She believes it is vital for parents to have the option to return to work for social and emotional, as well as financial benefits.

But Ms Wardle said that opportunity was taken away from many parents in the South Australian town of Crystal Brook when it lost its only childcare centre about five years ago.

Crystal Brook has a population of about 1,500 and almost 400 hundred families, but no child care.

Ms Wardle said she had heard of parents to driving up to 120 kilometres a day for care.

“I’ve got my youngest daughter on the waitlist for three different childcare centres, and I haven’t been able to get her in, I’ve been on the waitlist for over six months now,” Ms Wardle said.

“We’ve got all the main services here in Crystal Brook . being the hospital, our medical centre, supermarket, school and retirement village . but unfortunately we just don’t have any child care available out here.”

That’s outrageous! They have no church! Ah, that’s right… “no child care”.

The Australia Talks National Survey 2021 found 57 per cent of people living in rural areas said they had some sort of difficulty finding good quality childcare, compared to 41 per cent of those in inner-metro areas.

With those ratios, why is this even a news story?

Because Skankie isn’t haaaapy.

Ms Wardle said it was impacting on the local economy.

If we want to attract young families and those skilled employees, then we really need to be able to provide that childcare service for them in our town.

The aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic saw some city dwellers flee to regional Australia, including to towns like Crystal Brook.

If you want to attract young families and skilled employees, then why do you want to offer child care which only appeals to single mothers and bitter corporate Amazons?

But with local residents struggling to access and afford child care, new parents settling in country towns are already at a disadvantage.

You poor urbanites gotta go back, then. Have you considered raising your own kids? Like your own crops? Like the dirt people (now your neighbors) do? Doing without luxury services is generally the point of moving out to where there aren’t any luxury services.

The United Workers Union’s early education director, Helen Gibbons, is concerned about early education in remote areas.

“Rural and regional communities need early education, they’re an essential part of the community in the same way that schools are,” Ms Gibbons said.

“It’s really important to those areas, the economy and to families that they continue to exist and that they’re healthy and well-staffed with people who are qualified and experienced in their roles.”

Yes, it’s important to the economy that women work… because being happy at home is not taxable income.

Tamara Garrett has an early start at her family day care, opening the doors about 5:30am to cater for shift workers in the Queensland mining town of Mount Isa.

You’ve come a long way DOWN, baby!

What is wrong with you women?! You get life on easy mode! But you don’t even want it! You keep wanting to be judged on merit then you wonder where that glass ceiling came from.

“You could make more money working in the mines than what you could in child care.”

I say again: What. Is. Wrong. With. You. Women?

Single mother Hannah McPhee has experienced the struggle first hand.

Oh, right. Single motherhood is what’s wrong with you. Does the poor little fish want a bicycle yet?

She is raising three children in regional Tasmania, and has to stay home to look after them.

Ms McPhee said if she paid for child care, she would be unable to put food on the table to feed her family.

“[I would be] looking at about $80 for one day for one child, it’s not cheap at all,” she said.

“I don’t really have any other support with family and friends, so if they can’t look after my children while I go do things, day care is the only option I’ve got, which I can’t even afford to do that.”

We don’t need childcare. We need FATHERS!

Taking Stock

Heads up, this one is darkly humorous and black-pilled. But there’s nowhere else to talk about such things.

I’ve been trying to enjoy this summer. It may be the last one that somewhat resembles Ye Olde Americae. Between one thing and another, I have impressive stockpiles of everything from food to hard hats. I am incredibly ready for a crisis of almost any kind.

I’m not going to survive.

The turning point was when California “relaxed” its lockdown on June 15. There were two parts to it. One was Newsom declaring himself the Dictator of California by refusing to ever relinquish his emergency authority to micromanage the lives of every single inhabitant of his state in perpetuity. Nobody cared. This is in line with a total and inexplicable refusal from all established authorities to ever say No. They’ll maybe complain, drag their feet or resign, but they never refuse the New World Order.

The other is the June 15 declaration that all un-vaxxed are second class citizens. Again, zero institutional defiance. Businesses don’t just put notices in their windows, they put up billboards customized with their logos. Maybe they don’t believe the rules that they themselves post. It doesn’t matter what they believe so long as they are willing to obey. I have to believe they really mean it. I’ve met enough to be certain that many of my neighbors sincerely believe that I am a walking plague upon mankind just because the government said so. They whimper in terror as I tell them… slowly and deliberately…

…that I feel perfectly fine.

I’ve amused myself by mocking their “mask up if you’re an un-baptised Juden” rules. Oh yes, I’m a lawbreaker now. My first crime was Christ and the second was being born a white man who belonged in this country. That makes me outlaw, not criminal; I never chose to cross the line; the Deep State merely drew a new line and declared me on the wrong side, because this country they stole is my birthright inheritance.

I’m going to be rational about that. Mine is a simple philosophy: Non Serviam Tyrannis.

Be that as it may, the Normies love tyranny, especially their being on the pointy receiving end of it. Even the fire department noticed I hadn’t taken the now-statewide mandatory sexual harassment training–they actually checked–and have now dispensed with my services as an emergency volunteer. That’s right: in Commiefornia, you aren’t allowed to extract injured people from burning houses until you’ve been taught to hate your twig & berries, because priorities, man. Nobody has a problem with this, not even the people who needed my help badly enough to offer free training in the first place.

Although, I was not the only recipient on those e-mail notifications. Hmm.

I always said that atheism was the worship of government as God, but I never thought it would be so, so TOTAL. Part of me is impressed. Devoted as I am to Christ, I am not so devoted as to literally forget what Christ said yesterday in order to believe whatever Christ says today.

That’s why I follow Christ, of course. He is correct. He’s the embodiment of truth and like me, the rightful inheritor of a stolen world that hated Him first and us next. Now I find myself surrounded by worshipers of the false god Atheism, sometimes called Evo, and they have a fanatical devotion to not noticing they’re being lied to constantly. They might actually see not noticing the lies as a test of loyalty. When I point out the lies, they lie to me in hopes that I’ll get back on the plantation of not noticing the lies. Are they trying to help me with my unfortunate lack of devotion?

I take stock of my situation, realize that I’m surrounded by depraved banksters programming Godless zombies with psychic malware and, well, they don’t sell anything in the military surplus store for this. Camping gear and firepower will have to do.

I need to leave. There’s nowhere to go. My out-of-state allies would help me but are facing similar hardships.

Conclusion? There is no solution. I can stock up enough to manage a transitionary period, after which I will be a criminal outcast or a concentration camp inmate. There is simply no substitute for people helping out. God grant me either allies to stand against the tide or a swift exit from the frustrating futility, because there’s no material safety to be had. As it should be, our hope is in Christ alone.

But it’s a nice summer. Gettin’ stuff done. Busy at work. Being happy like they don’t want… the greatest revenge!

Art Appreciation: Hunter Biden

So this is how “Parmesan” Biden has been keeping busy during his lockdowns! But before you read, try and guess the name of Hunter Biden’s muse. It *is* guessable and in hindsight, incredibly and stupidly obvious.

Corruption Concerns Mount as Hunter Biden’s Artwork to Go on Sale for Up to Half a Million Dollars Per Painting

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By Hannah Bleau, 14 June 2021

Not bad for his first art display. Most novice painters need at least a month before they become multimillionaire household names.

President Joe Biden’s scandal-plagued son Hunter Biden is reportedly now engaged as a .full-time artist. and is working with Soho art dealer Georges Berg?s to hold an exhibition in New York in the coming months, with prices for Hunter’s artwork ranging from $75,000 to $500,000, according to Artnet.

Amid years of scandal, the 51-year-old Hunter Biden is apparently now “laying low” in his Los Angeles home while working on his artwork. Berg?s, his dealer, plans to host a “private viewing for Biden in Los Angeles this fall, followed by an exhibition in New York.. Berg?s told Artnet that prices for Hunter’s work will “range from $75,000 for works on paper to $500,000 for large-scale paintings..

.I don’t paint from emotion or feeling, which I think are both very ephemeral,. Biden said of his work. .For me, painting is much more about kind of trying to bring forth what is, I think, the universal truth..

This universal truth?

Actually, that was painted by Andy Warhol if the caption is to be believed.

According to the New York Post, Berg?s has some ties to China. The art dealer reportedly “regularly features works by Chinese artists and told a Chinese network that he was keen to open other art galleries in Beijing and Shanghai in 2015..

Berg?s has lavished praise on China’s role in the art world. In 2014, Berg?s told the Chinese state-owned media outlet China Daily, .The questions that I always had was how’s China changing the world in terms of art and culture..

Ohhh, THAT universal truth: that China is the last totalitarian Communist state of significance on the planet.

.The thing that really fascinates me is the connection between the macro and the micro, and how these patterns repeat themselves over and over,. he added, explaining that art is .not a tool that I use to be able to, in any way, cope.. Rather, Biden said it “comes from a much deeper place..

Let me get my miner’s hat. I’m expecting fractals! Biden’s painting are mostly untitled so I’ll help him out.

Whoa, who’s the chick?

Hunter.s Dip into the Art World Connected to “Weed Slut. Lingerie Entrepreneur Zoe Kestan

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By Hannah Bleau, 17 June 2021

Hunter Biden’s connections to the New York art scene reportedly go through lingerie entrepreneur Zoe Kestan, otherwise known as @weed_slut_420 on Instagram.

Those of you who guessed that the name of Hunter’s muse was Weed_Slut_420 may take your victory lap now.

For a period in 2018, Biden could be seen stopping by art openings and parties on the Lower East Side, and attended a runway show for the hip downtown fashion brand Lou Dallas. Sources said that many of his art-world connections came through his relationship with Zoe Kestan, the lingerie entrepreneur who is better known by her Instagram handle @weed_slut_420. In addition to modeling her wares on her account, where she has nearly 75,000 followers, Kestan is also an artist whose Polaroid snapshots have appeared in group shows with Bernadette Van-Huy, Danny McDonald, and Sam Pulitzer. She has also appeared on the controversial podcast Red Scare…

A dirtbag left media outlet… that’s what Wikipedia said. Serious!

There’s also some concrete leftover evidence of Hunter’s brief wade into the water of downtown art studios and gallery openings. Sources say that, being circulated around the downtown gallery hub of Dimes Square like samizdat, are images of oil paintings of Hunter Biden.that is, images of paintings of all of Biden with nothing left to the imagination.made by another local artist who has asked dealers to not reveal her identity. yet to get a hold of the depictions of Hunter in the buff or a lead on that painter’s identity, but rest assured: we will keep you posted.

Art Appreciation: Hunter Biden

So this is how “Parmesan” Biden has been keeping busy during his lockdowns! But before you read, try and guess the name of Hunter Biden’s muse. It *is* guessable and in hindsight, incredibly and stupidly obvious.

Corruption Concerns Mount as Hunter Biden’s Artwork to Go on Sale for Up to Half a Million Dollars Per Painting

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By Hannah Bleau, 14 June 2021

Not bad for his first art display. Most novice painters need at least a month before they become multimillionaire household names.

President Joe Biden’s scandal-plagued son Hunter Biden is reportedly now engaged as a .full-time artist. and is working with Soho art dealer Georges Berg?s to hold an exhibition in New York in the coming months, with prices for Hunter’s artwork ranging from $75,000 to $500,000, according to Artnet.

Amid years of scandal, the 51-year-old Hunter Biden is apparently now “laying low” in his Los Angeles home while working on his artwork. Berg?s, his dealer, plans to host a “private viewing for Biden in Los Angeles this fall, followed by an exhibition in New York.. Berg?s told Artnet that prices for Hunter’s work will “range from $75,000 for works on paper to $500,000 for large-scale paintings..

.I don’t paint from emotion or feeling, which I think are both very ephemeral,. Biden said of his work. .For me, painting is much more about kind of trying to bring forth what is, I think, the universal truth..

This universal truth?

Actually, that was painted by Andy Warhol if the caption is to be believed.

According to the New York Post, Berg?s has some ties to China. The art dealer reportedly “regularly features works by Chinese artists and told a Chinese network that he was keen to open other art galleries in Beijing and Shanghai in 2015..

Berg?s has lavished praise on China’s role in the art world. In 2014, Berg?s told the Chinese state-owned media outlet China Daily, .The questions that I always had was how’s China changing the world in terms of art and culture..

Ohhh, THAT universal truth: that China is the last totalitarian Communist state of significance on the planet.

.The thing that really fascinates me is the connection between the macro and the micro, and how these patterns repeat themselves over and over,. he added, explaining that art is .not a tool that I use to be able to, in any way, cope.. Rather, Biden said it “comes from a much deeper place..

Let me get my miner’s hat. I’m expecting fractals! Biden’s painting are mostly untitled so I’ll help him out.

Whoa, who’s the chick?

Hunter.s Dip into the Art World Connected to “Weed Slut. Lingerie Entrepreneur Zoe Kestan

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By Hannah Bleau, 17 June 2021

Hunter Biden’s connections to the New York art scene reportedly go through lingerie entrepreneur Zoe Kestan, otherwise known as @weed_slut_420 on Instagram.

Those of you who guessed that the name of Hunter’s muse was Weed_Slut_420 may take your victory lap now.

For a period in 2018, Biden could be seen stopping by art openings and parties on the Lower East Side, and attended a runway show for the hip downtown fashion brand Lou Dallas. Sources said that many of his art-world connections came through his relationship with Zoe Kestan, the lingerie entrepreneur who is better known by her Instagram handle @weed_slut_420. In addition to modeling her wares on her account, where she has nearly 75,000 followers, Kestan is also an artist whose Polaroid snapshots have appeared in group shows with Bernadette Van-Huy, Danny McDonald, and Sam Pulitzer. She has also appeared on the controversial podcast Red Scare…

A dirtbag left media outlet… that’s what Wikipedia said. Serious!

There’s also some concrete leftover evidence of Hunter’s brief wade into the water of downtown art studios and gallery openings. Sources say that, being circulated around the downtown gallery hub of Dimes Square like samizdat, are images of oil paintings of Hunter Biden.that is, images of paintings of all of Biden with nothing left to the imagination.made by another local artist who has asked dealers to not reveal her identity. yet to get a hold of the depictions of Hunter in the buff or a lead on that painter’s identity, but rest assured: we will keep you posted.

The IRS Is More Right Than It Realizes

Oh noes! The IRS just persecuted an activist Republican organization masquerading as a Christian empowerment organization!

IRS rejects Christian nonprofit’s tax-exempt request because ‘Bible teachings are typically affiliated with the Republican Party’

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By Phil Shiver, 21 June 2021

The Internal Revenue Service last month denied a Christian nonprofit organization tax-exempt status by arguing its mission of educating and empowering Christians to engage in America’s civic process necessarily benefits the Republican Party.

The IRS is more right than it realizes because it specified “you benefit the Republican Party”. Had this benefitted the Democrat Party, all would have been well.

In a May rejection letter sent to Christians Engaged, the IRS wrote that the group is disqualified from the status because the “Bible’s teachings are typically affiliated with the Republican Party and candidates.”

Directly implying that Democrats are Godless. It’s true! but it’s also more than the IRS meant to say.

“Specifically, you educate Christians on what the Bible says in areas where they can be instrumental including the areas of sanctity of life, the definition of marriage, biblical justice, freedom of speech, defense, and borders and immigration, U.S. and Israel relations,” IRS exempt organizations director Stephen Martin wrote in the letter. “The Bible teachings are typically affiliated with the Republican Party and candidates. This disqualifies you from exemption under IRC Section 501(c)(3).”

Christians Engaged says on its website that it “exists to awaken, motivate, educate, and empower ordinary believers in Jesus Christ to: pray for our nation and elected officials regularly, vote in every election to impact our culture, [and] engage our hearts in some form of political education or activism for the furtherance of our nation.”

Christians Engaged says on its website that it “exists to awaken, motivate, educate, and empower ordinary believers in Jesus Christ to: pray for our nation and elected officials regularly, vote in every election to impact our culture, [and] engage our hearts in some form of political education or activism for the furtherance of our nation.”

Most of CE’s board members are sitting or former state representatives so yes, the IRS made the correct call that they’re just Republicucks pretending Hay-Soos for the bennies. So sorry, ye Nu-males, but false church organizations using God as a partisan election ploy is only for Democrats! The president… you can’t make this up…

How did a soccer mom end up with a ghetto name?

In response to the decision, the group’s legal counsel, First Liberty Institute, filed an appeal last week.

In a press release about the appeal, Counsel Lea Patterson said the claims “that Biblical values are exclusively Republican … might be news to President Biden, who is often described as basing his political ideology on his religious beliefs.”

The IRS should not be worried that an organization espouses Christian beliefs when it gives its own headship to a woman. It should be worried about the blatant favoritism it shows Democrat not-Christians over Republican not-Christians. Fortunately for the tax man, Patterson pointed out that hypocrisy in a completely self-defeating way but imputing Christianity to “I’m butthurt about no Communion just because I murder babies” Biden.

The IRS is right, Patterson. The Bible DOES have a political agenda and it is a conservative, not-Socialist agenda. Not to say a Republican agenda, however. If the GOP were God’s defenders then Satan would already be ruling from Heaven.

The group was formed in July 2019 as a Texas nonprofit organization and describes itself on its website as educational, Christian, and nonpartisan.

According to the press release, Christians Engaged president Bunni Pounds lamented, “We just want to encourage more people to vote and participate in the political process. How can anyone be against that?”

By having 13 of your 21 board members being current or former political activists, Bunni.

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Rep. Michael Cloud, Current Member of Congress for TX-27 (Victoria, Corpus Christi)

Ian Stageman, Conservative Millennial Thought Leader with an advertising and political consulting background

SJW entryist. Christians Engaged won’t survive for long.

State Rep. Matt Schaefer, Current State Representative for District 6 (Tyler, Smith County area)

State Rep. Matt Krause, State Representative for HD 93

Jami McCain, Former City Council Member in Cedar Hill, Co-Pastor at Hill City with her husband Adam McCain

The IRS should have denied this group tax bennies because they aren’t Christian at all.

Rosel Cloud, Congressman’s Wife, Political Activist.

Eugene Ralph, Former Field Director for Americans for Prosperity, Longtime Conservative Activist

Bibi Loyola, Grassroots Coordinator for Senator Ted Cruz

This does NOT sound like a think tank of Christian beliefs.

Bianca Gracia, Grassroots Activist… Current President of Leaderes de la Comunidad, Americanos Conservatives United.

As American as apple pie! Christian, I mean. Nope… not that, either.

Heather Stoner, Longtime Political Activist, GAWTP Board Member, TFRW State Board Member, AIPAC SW Region Committee Member.

Jewish infiltrator.

Jason Ross, Former District Chief of Staff for U.S. Congressman John Ratcliffe (TX-04), Former Texas SREC for Senate District 2

Lisa Luby Ryan, Community Leader, Fundraiser and Political Activist

David Halvorson, Former Texas SREC for Senate District 12

Something something about taking the log of your own eye before bothering about the splinter in the tax man’s?

Movie Review Review: The Streets Are My Father

Future generations will give us incredulous looks of disbelief when we tell them how the Churchians really were this stupid… and tone-deaf! Just in time for Father’s Day is the timeless message of ‘who needs Dad when you have Jesus?’

.The Streets Were My Father. film aims to bring wholeness to people struggling with fatherlessness

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By Jeannie Ortega Law, 17 June 2021

“I miss my father!”

“Here, have some wholeness!”

Lee Habeeb…

Huh, I’ve always spelled it Habib. Unfortunate name, that.

…the executive producer of “The Streets Were My Father: A Story of Hopelessness and Redemption,. wants people who grew up without a father in their life to know that there is hope this Father’s Day, and that hope is in God.

That’s patronizing and tone-deaf. Hope for what, a father figure? From the modern church?!

.The Streets Were My Father. journeys through the real-life testimonies of three inner-city Chicago men who detail their lives that began with fatherlessness and led to gangs, then prison. But their stories didn’t end there, because ultimately, they met God.

The documentary, which will be released on Sunday, is described as “an important and inspirational film for anyone who has a father [in their lives]. Or anyone who doesn’t. And for anyone who believes in the power of God to transform lives..

And your cat. And your neighbor who spies for China. And the Blacktivist who giggles every time she sees you on a tall ladder.

Habeeb told The Christian Post that he wants everyone to know that “there is hope for those trapped in the cycle of fatherlessness..

The CEO and host of “Our American Stories” said the film is “important for Christians” to share with “men and women without fathers..

Thereby continuing the weary Churchian tradition of piecing together all the broken lives created by modern society… with not a single thought to preventing those lives from being broken in the first place.

The testimonies of Carlos Colon, Louis Dooley and Leslie Williams showcased in the movie are an example of how, despite not having the best earthly fathers, which left them to be raised by the streets, redemption is still possible.

“The Christian Church might have accidentally given you the idea, over the centuries, that you need to be raised by a father in order to join our faith-based service organization. Not so! All victims are welcome!”

Most often, the reason that Daddy isn’t “the best earthly father” is that Mommy can’t possibly be wrong about ALL those accusations. Listen and believe! MeToo!

Each man’s encounter with prison ministry programs helped set them on the road to transformation that led to forgiveness, mercy and love. Each of their salvations in Christ ultimately broke the cycle of fatherlessness in their families.

.God’s example of fatherly love is like no other,. Habeeb assured.

Pretty sure that Habeeb means motherly love relabeled as fatherly love because Scripture, for some obsolete reason probably related to a bad translation somewhere, uses the word “father” to describe God.

Over 2.3 million people are serving time in federal and state prisons or county jails, according to statistics released in the film. Most of those prisoners are fatherless or have strained relationships with their dads. The National Center for Fathering reports that a staggering .43% of all U.S. children live without their father, 85% of youths in prison come from fatherless homes,. and .90% of homeless and runaway children are from fatherless homes..

Can you see the problem here?

It’s not incarceration rates.

It’s not child homelessness.


Why is there no father?

Divorce. VAWA. Female empowerment. And as boldfaced above, a society-wide disrespect for fathers. If you’re going to make a movie to celebrate Father’s Day… and the only father figures who are even named in your documentary are child-abandoning drug dealers… then you’re either a deceiver or are completely, laughably incompetent,

Full disclosure, I haven’t seen the movie. God gave standing orders that I’m not to pollute my mind with modern culture, yet I cannot be ignorant either because most people think that something can’t be true unless it’s As Seen On TV. I don’t know how to reach people without using pop culture references.

Thankfully, my childhood in the Eighties is still directly relevant thanks to the Devil Mouse’s obsession with reboots.

The following is an edited transcript of The Christian Post’s interview with Habeeb, who shared in detail how his film, .The Streets Were My Father,. shows the power of Christ to change hearts and souls.

CP: What would you like people to take away from “The Streets Were My Father.?

Habeeb: The main takeaway is this: There is hope for those men trapped in the cycle of fatherlessness, gangs, violent crime and prison . and that is God. God changed the lives of all three men featured in our documentary, and in profound and beautiful ways.

Unacceptable. Of course people CAN function without fathers. The Church’s first emphasis should be that people won’t have to. The very worst way to celebrate Father’s Day is highlighting examples of PEOPLE WHO DIDN’T NEED THEIR FATHER AFTER ALL.

I’m happy that they pulled their lives together. Less happy that society, including “Christians”, put them on that path to hardship in the first place.

CP: The film shows how the lack of having good paternal figures negatively impacts children. For those who need encouragement to be better earthly fathers, what advice would you give?

Habeeb: There is hope. The lives of these three men are proof positive that anyone can break the cycle of fatherlessness with God’s help. Indeed, it was the driving motivation of one of the characters in the movie, Carlos Colon. He didn’t have a father, and he learned that his father didn’t have a father. Carlos wanted desperately to break that cycle with his own son, and he succeeded.

Thus far, anyway. The schools and divorce lawyers are impatiently standing by.

Only a church could use Father’s Day to question whether fathers are good enough to not screw up their kids.

CP: As seen in the film, someone’s view of their earthly father can significantly impact their view of the Heavenly Father. How can someone look past the natural to embrace God the Father?

Habeeb: That is what each of these men grappled with, especially Louis. He didn’t want to call anyone “father,” not even God at first. He was so angry about the loss of his own father to gang violence; angry at his father, and angry at God too. But God kept showing up in some pretty wild ways while Louis was in prison, especially his first few days. Once Louis understood the nature of God’s love, things changed for him.

Was the nature of God’s love courage, discipline and self-control? Or was it permissiveness and second chances?

CP: Why is God the best example of a father?

Habeeb: God is patient and gentle and waits for his children. He also gives His children free will and wants His children to choose Him. There is not a coercive element to God, and force is not a part of God’s love. In these ways, and so many others, God’s example of fatherly love is like no other.

“Know then in your heart that as a man disciplines his son, so the Lord your God disciplines you.” Deuteronomy 8:5

“Blessed is the one whom God corrects; so do not despise the discipline of the Almighty.” Job 5:17

“Does he who disciplines nations not punish? Does he who teaches mankind lack knowledge?” Psalm 94:10

“Whoever spares the rod hates their children, but the one who loves their children is careful to discipline them.” Proverbs 13:24

“…Have you completely forgotten this word of encouragement that addresses you as a father addresses his son? It says, .My son, do not make light of the Lord’s discipline, and do not lose heart when he rebukes you, because the Lord disciplines the one he loves, and he chastens everyone he accepts as his son..

“Endure hardship as discipline; God is treating you as his children. For what children are not disciplined by their father? If you are not disciplined.and everyone undergoes discipline.then you are not legitimate, not true sons and daughters at all. Moreover, we have all had human fathers who disciplined us and we respected them for it. How much more should we submit to the Father of spirits and live!” Hebrews 12:5-7

How about some respect for fathers, Habeeb?

CP: What inspired you to tell the faith aspect of each of these men’s stories?

Habeeb: These stories simply couldn’t be told without the faith dimension. Indeed, their conversion was a fundamental part of the plot, and their faith became a fundamental part of their identity. Indeed, each of these guys became a truly new person in Christ, and right before our eyes.

CP: What can a faith-based audience do to help people prone to look to the streets to be their father?

They can start by following Christ instead of whatever U.N.-approved NGO is on offer. They can shred this reporter a new one for mumbling the most intentionally Godless phrase of Current Year. Or if they really want to get crazy, they can start punishing the women who rebel against their husbands. No, she does NOT have a good reason.

Habeeb: Go to local churches and ask a simple question: “How can I help?” We do mission work all over the world, we Christians. And it is a good and beautiful thing. But we also do it in our towns and in nearby neighborhoods and cities. You can also ask the folks who coach and teach in town or the local school principals. They know which young men and women need help, need a mentor or a father figure. Many are hungry for adult guidance and discipleship and don’t even know it. But it starts by asking around and then doing a simple invitation.

Alternatively, you can go to churches and ask a simple question: “How can I get my wife to respect my authority?” A hundred pastors will leap at the chance to emotionally cuckold you in your own marriage. But don’t worry, after you go to jail the church will use random volunteers to teach your kids that they don’t need Dad when they have Hay-Soos.

CP: Is there something else you would like to add?

Habeeb: This is an important film for Christians to give to men and women without fathers. It will give them hope.

Hope for what? Fathers are not replaceable. Foster fathers just aren’t the same thing. Even God is no replacement for a father you can see and touch and be disciplined by when you’re young instead of when you make parole. Childhood happens only once. But yes, maybe we can ‘break the cycle of fatherlessness’ so that incarceration rates go down. The government would like that.

It is also a remarkable film to give to non-believers because the testimonies of these three men are so powerful. So authentic. And so mesmerizing.

Unbelievers are mesmerized by the powerful hypocrisy of Church leaders and teachings. Maybe we won’t have to wait for future generations to bring us those incredulous looks of disbelief.

The only difference between the average Churchian and the average militant atheist is whether they refer to D.C. as ‘Jesus’.

It is also an important film for families to see that have a good father. Sometimes kids don’t appreciate what they have, and often in life, we only learn about the value of things in their absence.

This is true but this is not why Habeeb made this movie. He made this to show that life without fathers is doable, in order to celebrate Father’s Day.

You can just as easily watch reruns of COPS to appreciate your having had a father.

This film will create a real-life empathy for those kids without a father. It will also develop a real appreciation for all of us who had good and present fathers. Not perfect fathers. They don’t exist. But good and present and purposeful fathers. It is a real privilege to have a great dad. And being a great dad is a real privilege too.

Oh my Dog, Habeeb. “Remember as we go into Father’s Day weekend, there is no such thing as a perfect father!”

You fathers are Men Of God. Every one of you is His avatar upon the Earth. Every day you wake up to a fresh horror of a minefield of threats, bills and Habeebs, and every day you keep it together. God only knows how you do it, most of you make it look so easy that your kids don’t even notice the effort, but you keep rucking up and scoring wins until the devil had to corrupt the ENTIRE PLANET just to have a chance at you. The future of humanity is in your hands and they are strong, capable, GOOD hands.

We do not worship God because He carries the biggest stick. We worship God because of who He is: the True and Living GOD! The one and only! Likewise, you fathers are worthy BECAUSE you are fathers. Not because you’ve been found “good enough” by the “appropriate authorities”… that’s what Satan did in Eden, usurping righteous authority by questioning it, and it’s why using Father’s Day to honor the children left behind by drug-dealing vibrant thugbaits is in treacherously bad taste.

Thank you, fathers!

Now grab a beer and take the weekend off!

All Fifty Riot Cops In Portland Just Quit

Although they haven’t quit their day jobs… yet.

Portland’s police riot squad resigns after officer indicted over alleged assault on photographer

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By Danielle Wallace, 18 June 2021

[On August 18, 2020], according to the police union, about 200 demonstrators . many equipped with tactical helmets, faces covered, and armed with a variety of weapons . descended on the Multnomah Building in southeast Portland. Multiple dumpsters were set on fire, buildings were defaced, and windows were broken. A riot soon was declared at the planned event after someone from the crowd launched a Molotov cocktail into the building, setting it ablaze.

“After nearly 75 consecutive nights of violence, destruction, and mayhem, a small group of RRT (Rapid Response Team) officers . including Officer Budworth . were again tasked with dealing with the riot,” the Portland Police Association said. “Per PPB Command Staff orders, RRT officers cleared the rioters from the area to allow the Fire Bureau to extinguish the blaze. But the rioters were not satisfied.”…

“RRT officers, including Officer Budworth, used their Police Bureau-issued batons to try and stop the crowd’s criminal activity,” the union’s description of events continued. “Per his training and in response to the active aggression of a rioter interfering with a lawful arrest, Officer Budworth used baton pushes to move a rioter, now known to be Teri Jacobs, out of the area.”

Masculine cop vs strung-out ginger: not even the bans on tear gas and live ammo could even this matchup. Note that Teri suffered no (additional) brain damage from hir’s grape being beaten with a stick.

The grand jury must have liked redheads. Good thing because as of now, it’s the redhead journalists who will be protecting them from the next riot. Save us, trannies! We believe in you!

All 50 of the Portland Police Bureau’s highly trained rapid response unit officers resigned this week after the recent indictment of Officer Corey Budworth for [one count of fourth-degree assault].

Police had that qualified-immunity thingy specifically so they cannot be singled out like this. While that’s always a discussion we can have, what’s happening here is that the city government said they had the cops’ back then reneged after the fact.

I am honestly surprised that cops haven’t started giving such weaselly politicians ‘home inspections’ from Portland to Baltimore. It would do a lot for their public image if they were seen going after the actual bad guys.

The police bureau referred Fox News to a statement from Chief Chuck Lovell in response to the officer’s indictment.

“Law enforcement is held to a higher standard and must constantly strive to live up to that standard. PPB has processes of accountability in place that take time to complete,” Lovell said in a statement released Tuesday. “As Chief, I have a role to play in the Police Bureau’s internal process associated with this case and therefore, I cannot provide additional details.”

That’s called “throwing your men under a bus”, Chief. Just because you ain’t swinging a stick from that fancy desk, don’t mean you ain’t doing violence against your city, and don’t act like you’re ignorant of a situation that’s already made headlines against your department. Next time, try something like this:

“Dumbitch journalist decided to join the rioters and got smacked for it. I have no problem with this outcome. Leave my man alone!”

Quitting the riot squad is a good act of self-defense, maybe solidarity, but it’s the ordinary citizens of Portland that are going to suffer. The District Attorney and his bodyguards will be safe regardless:

The Portland Police Association accused Multnomah District Attorney Mike Schmidt of ignoring the reality of the violent nature of the crowd and Jacob’s criminal activity. The union stressed that Budworth did exactly as he was trained, arguing that the Portland Police Bureau’s own experts reviewed his actions and found them “reasonable, permissible, and in accordance with his training.”

What does it take, officers? How long will you let traitors such as Schmidt operate with impunity? From wikipedia: “Schmidt gained notoriety shortly after taking office for refusing to prosecute people who were arrested participating in the George Floyd protests unless there is “deliberate property damage, theft, or threat of force.” This meant dropping the majority of cases; by August 11, the office prosecuted 47 felonies out of 550 referred protest cases.”

I must endure anarcho-tyranny because all the men with guns and sticks whose job is to protect me, tolerate anarcho-tyranny… even against themselves. One would expect riot cops to have a bit more fight in them.

Also from wikipedia: “A police officer told Schmidt in a meeting that “I don’t trust anything you do or say because you’re antifa.””

The boot fits and words didn’t work. That means it’s time to… give up and go home, if you’re a badge.

The city of Portland agreed to pay Jacobs $50,000 in a civil settlement related to the incident. She was reportedly wearing press credentials at the time.

Bug Tacos For Kids!

A sentence that one should never hear from his high school biology teacher: “That wasn’t beef I just fed you.”

Want to eat a cicada? These N.J. high school students are going to do just that.

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By Brianna Kudisch, 18 May 2021

The Brood X cicadas have slowly started to emerge in Princeton, but copperhead snakes aren’t the only predators looking forward to eating them for a quick bite.

A group of students at Princeton High School are also eagerly awaiting the swarms for a protein-packed meal, as members of the school’s insect eating club.

.I think that cicadas are a great example of one way we can use insects all around us as ways to build support for new proteins and new food sources,. said Matthew Livingston, a junior who is a member of the club.

What’s wrong with the old sources? They’re affordable, healthy, traditional and don’t trigger one’s disgust reflex… oh.

Organized in 2020, the insect eating club technically has 50 members, although only four to five active members usually attend the weekly meetings. Club members host tasting events, as well as insect-raising projects.

All of the virtue-signaling with none of the calories!

Students are currently raising crickets and mealworms, and might start raising silkworms and tomato hornworms for research purposes, said Mark Eastburn, a biology teacher at the high school and mentor of the club.

No, not “research purposes”. Eastburn want to get kids accustomed to eating cockroach larvae (aka mealworms) because he intends to deprive them of beef and chicken when they grow up. It’s best if the kiddies get used to a starvation diet early on. Ditto hormone blockers?

They are also planning a large outdoor food waste remediation project with black soldier flies over the summer.

Because clouds of flies don’t know how to consume garbage without a credentialed government advisor.

Livingston said the group intends to organize a “cicada hunting event” either May 29 or 30 for the tasting event, since that’s when the big wave of insects in their full forms is expected.

After catching the insects in a local park, members will freeze them for freshness and safety precautions, since freezing them kills off some bacteria, he said.

Freezing will not kill off any pesticides. I also note the usage of “some” bacteria.

In early June, Livingston said he.ll teach members how to cook the insects via Zoom. They will meet at his house in mid-June for the tasting event and to see “which recipes are the most favorable..

Most club members haven’t tried cicadas before, Livingston said. But they have sampled other insects, like crickets or mealworms. .We’ve also eaten them whole, raw, and intact, roasted. he said, or in “powder form, in a cookie or brownie..

Eastburn, who recently ate a cicada, compared its flavor to a bean. He said he’s looking forward to tasting the insects with Old Bay seasoning, since they’re .closely related to crustaceans..

That from a biology teacher?

Mulin Huan, a junior and club member, said he’s heard stories of his mother catching cicadas for consumption in China with her brothers and friends. They mixed cornstarch with water to create a “sticky pasta,. that they attached to a bamboo stick and a tree to catch the insects.

Once they caught the cicadas, his mother and her friends pulled their wings off, boiled them to remove any potential parasites, and stir fried them in oil with different flavors, including soy sauce, ginger, and salt and pepper.

That should have been a clue. China’s history is proof that strong, centralized government results in starvation diets for proletariats. Oh look, America now has a strong and centralized government that predicts we’ll have to eat maggots to survive… just as soon as their Brave New Agenda For Inevitable Progress Benefitting the Human Condition gets fully implemented.

Livingston said he’s also seen the insects consumed as “candy cicadas,. with a hard sugar coating added on their exterior. But he’s largely interested in the cicadas as an alternative protein since they produce less greenhouse gases and are already raised by nature.

.They’re basically a free food source,. he said.


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VILLANOVA, Pa. . Do you remember Green Fruit Loop? She is the green anole, a lizard native to the Southeastern U.S., that Villanova Master’s student and elementary school teacher Mark Eastburn .17 MS helped rescue from an organic salad container shipped from Florida to Princeton, N.J., where he teaches. The story made national news last winter when Eastburn made a home for the lizard in his classroom. We are happy to report that while their journeys have not been easy, Eastburn and Green Fruit Loop are both thriving!

Okay. Fun story… because he didn’t eat it.

Q: When that story first broke, you had some great quotes about our revulsion to certain creatures being learned, and that finding a lizard in your salad greens means that the leaves must be healthy and high quality.quite the opposite of what most of us would think. How can we start refocusing our lens to see things from a science perspective, or a more natural perspective? Or, how do we stop kids from losing that perspective?

The perspective that poop is exciting? We’ve all been there at age two. Perhaps revulsion can be a sign of maturity?

A: I think that it is essential to model the right practices and behaviors when children are young, which is why I enjoy being an elementary school science teacher. My youngest students are in prekindergarten, and they practically fall over each other for a chance to hold Rosie, my pet tarantula. If I show them a snake, they are fascinated, not frightened, and yet it is an endless struggle to encourage adults to refrain from passing along their own aversions to spiders and snakes to students.

Um, no, not so much. Snakes aren’t revolting. Granted that not everybody appreciates a pet that will hug you, then swallow you whole, but that’s not the same. People do have an instinctive revulsion to arachnids and that is generally a good thing. Example, it was the only way that we could settle Australia.

I believe that my mission as a science teacher is to reconnect students to nature, since younger generations often do not have the same opportunities that I had to experience the outdoors. At the same time, I feel compelled to incorporate new technologies into my instruction, and not lose sight of skills that will be necessary for future careers, so I’ve always sought ways to integrate natural sciences with technology. To this end, I have been trying to build “nature spaces” at the schools in my district, where students can interact with native species like insects, isopods, frogs, salamanders and turtles, while at the same time using digital tools for observation, data collection, and simulation of relationships within ecosystems. Many recent studies have shown the positive effects of spending time in natural settings, and I really believe that this is necessary to our mental health.

He’s right as far as this interview goes, but he fails as a teacher when he imparts that idea that ALL nature is good nature. My work and hobbies both take me out into pristine nature and let me tell you, one bout of poison oak blisters on your face and your love for Nature will forevermore be ‘nuanced’.

Despite my best efforts, I got fleas this past workweek. Just sayin’, I got reasons for my particularly strong disgust reflex. It keeps me healthy, it keeps me safe, it naturally keeps my brain free of amoebas!

Ooh, Eastburn is not just a kids’ teacher. He’s a kids’ author!

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Sam and his family are the only werehyenas in their town…

Wait, what?

I am perfectly comfortable with anthropomorphism, as anybody who has seen my foxy avatar would know. As a gamer, I have pretended to be werewolves and even wererats. I would even do the cosplay thing, if I was any good at costumes and there was any game convention worth attending. Reading the Chronicles of Narnia, I could never understand why C.S. Lewis believed that ending up as a fire-breathing dragon could be a bad fate.

But seriously, man. Were-HYENAS?

The subconscious reason that one chooses that specific animal to represent you, is because it’s known for traits that you value. I chose a smirking fox and lo, my blog proves me a cunning and elusive wordsmith. Not a coincidence. People who regard themselves as assertive & standoffish choose predators like wolves, and so on.

A hyena is a scavenger with an infamously bad sense of humor.

On the one hand, you could argue that Eastburn chose werehyenas for his book, not his avatar. True. On the other hand, I could… continue the synopsis:

Sam and his family are the only werehyenas in their town, and they do their best to keep up their cover in front of the humans while the other more aggressive shifters mock the werehyena family for being weak and passive. But Sam sees no other life for himself, as he believes what he is told: he is inferior to the other shifters.

One night, a pack of shifters raids Sam’s house and takes his family, leaving him all alone. With the help of some new friends, Sam sets off on a journey from Vermont to South America to rescue his family. Along the way, he meets various shifters who aid him on his quest. He even meets a tribe of werehyenas in Louisiana who teach him how powerful his kind actually is and how far his ancestry goes back. From them, Sam learns he has a great destiny to fulfill.

That is a textbook Secret King fantasy. A protagonist who was always taught he was inferior to everybody else, and kept encountering good reasons to believe it, suddenly discovers that he’s secretly the center of the universe.

If it weren’t for the part about being taught inferiority then I could believe this was a standard bildungsroman; Luke Skywalker rising from dirt farmer to hero of the Rebellion. But Luke never chafed at being different and inferior, and when he discovered his Force ability, premature reliance on it got him maimed at Bespin.

As Sam draws closer to finding his family, he begins to understand how different the world of shifters is that exists outside of his small hometown. Shifters are tired of humans destroying their homes, and they want not only revenge but also to force humans into submission. It becomes clear that Sam is the only one who can stop a war that’s on the brink of erupting.

Fans of the Spirit Animals and Warriors series will enjoy accompanying Sam on his quest as he discovers not only that his destiny and inner strength are greater than he thought, but also that being a werehyena is not as laughable as he assumed.

A secret king fantasy with an environmentalist theme? Written by a biology teacher who encourages kids to start eating insects for nutrition before his religion forces them to?

Naturally, the health department weighed in. But not on Eastburn, not the way it should have and not even forrr the chillldren!

Cicada tacos crushed by health department . for now

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By Karen Graham, 28 May 2021

As millions of cicadas emerged in Loudoun County last week, Chef Tobias Padovano at Cocina on Market in Leesburg began foraging for the insects and serving them in tacos.

However, one customer who ordered and ate the cicada tacos complained to the Loudoun County Health Department, which then told the restaurant to stop serving them.

I want to call him a whistleblower but he was dumb enough to eat cicada tacos in the first place, so maybe a chunk-blower?

Victor Avitto, an environmental health supervisor with the Loudoun County Health Department, told the Times-Mirror that the cicadas need to be sourced from an approved food source, and only then it will be fine to serve them.

“They need to be sourced from a farm that is inspected and certified,” he said.

That ruling… is… fifty shades of WRONG. Does the health department even have rules for certifying “food-grade bugs”?

Padovano says he has found an organic farm in West Virginia where he can source the cicadas, and is hoping the health department will approve it by Saturday so the tacos can go back on the menu.

“We are waiting for authorization,” he said.

Sounds like they do. Make that 51 shades of wrong.

Vaxx Apartheid: Behind Indecisive Enemy Lines

You haven’t made it as a journalist until you’ve developed a private network of informants. I’m pleased to announce that I still haven’t sunk that low! These top-secret corporate documents were passed along to me purely for the lulz.

Hmm, I should use a pseudonym for this Too Big To Fail defense contracting telecom company…. what would be a good one?

We have a winner! It’s got electrolytes!

I present first the USA-national guidelines, followed by a special guideline addressing the people who live where SJWs fear to tread.


Brawndo Vaccine Q&A
US Specific Guidance
Updated Regularly

Welcome/Bienvenido/Bonjour valued employee of Economic District 5! We are happy to provide you with corporate guidance on government health guidances because of all the many, many things we demand of you, making responsible and informed life decisions for your own selfish benefit is never going to be one of them.

Your guidance today is presented in the form of a catechism. We’re trying out the Catholic model of cradle-to-grave loyalty to the Powers That Be, meaning us. And we wouldn’t say no to some graven images of CFO Wanda.

General Vaccine Access/Distribution
1) Q: What is Brawndo doing to monitor vaccine availability, access, and distribution?
A: Brawndo relies on a tiered system for responding to and assessing the pandemic landscape and the needs of our company community:
. The Brawndo Pandemic Committee is responsible for monitoring overall developments with vaccines (including access, distribution, feasibility, etc.) while assisting executive leadership to interpret relevant considerations for our company.

I gotta get me a job doing nothing… I mean, monitoring overall developments.

To make those assessments, the committee relies on its diverse group of experts ranging from operational, executive, and safety leaders to a public health toxicologist who works in Brawndo’s environmental services practice.

All the immunologists were booked to CNN and Telemundo.

The organizational guidance provided by the Pandemic Committee is scientific in nature and based on peer-reviewed research from leading medical authorities and the latest intelligence from local, state, national, and global health organizations.

For Regional Operations
. Silver Crisis Team: Employees will follow the guidance put in place by their Silver Teams – comprised of local leadership including their regional leader (RL), HR, and Risk Management teams.

“In the absence of Scientific Trustworthy Executives, all crisis command decisions will be made by Ditsy in HR and our insurance representative. Because we love you, headcount!”

2) Q: Will Brawndo provide paid time or any incentives for employees to receive a vaccine?

A: Brawndo will not compensate employees to get vaccines [except where required by law].

But we will add new hires to our new corporate office of compliance with the new government office of health mandates. To support this increase in dead weight, the departments of production and quality assurance will no longer be permitted bathroom breaks.

3) Q: What are Brawndo’s office and worksite policies for fully vaccinated, and for unvaccinated employees?

A: Brawndo guidance on COVID-19 protocols for fully vaccinated and unvaccinated employees is consistent with the CDC guidelines and is likely to evolve alongside federal guidance.

“We don’t know what to do! We’re scared to make decisions! We’re just the C-Suite of a heavily leveraged Fortune 500 company! Save us, golden parachute!”

State or local laws or governmental orders may modify these protocols and must be followed.

They’re just a mouthpiece for the government… unless, spoiler alert, the local government chooses freedom.

The FDA has created a graphic for overall understanding of the potential living/lifestyle changes for vaccinated members of communities. That resource is available here:

4) Q: How do I know if I am considered fully vaccinated? If I have one dose, or a two-dose vaccine, am I exempt from masking/distancing?

A: Individuals are considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19 two (2) weeks after they have received the second dose in a two-dose series (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna), or two (2) weeks after they have received a single-dose vaccine (Johnson & Johnson/Janssen). Unvaccinated refers to individuals of all ages, including children, that have not completed a vaccination series or received a single-dose vaccine.

Seriously, that’s not a real Q&A. That’s a catechism.

Information on the CDC.s guidance for fully vaccinated employees can be found here:

5) Q: Can I still mask/distance even if I am fully vaccinated to protect others who may not be vaccinated?

This piece of catechism comes up so often, I wonder if it’s actually true. Maybe I’m going maskless at the grocery because I was fully vaccinated for measles at age two while everybody still wearing face diapers actually did get the Pfishy jab but are too broken and insecure to take advantage of offered freedom.

A: Regardless of your status . you are well within your right to protect yourself or exercise flexibility with respect to working in the office, or on a worksite. If you are fully vaccinated and wish to wear your mask, you will be supported in that decision. If employees do not feel comfortable being in the office when masks are not mandated for fully vaccinated employees, we encourage them to speak to their supervisors to address concerns.

“You got jabbed because we promised you could live a normal life afterwards. And you can! until we find a stooge to complain that you’re living a normal life.”

6) Q: If Brawndo is not going to mandate vaccines, how do I know if it is safe to be around any of my coworkers when I return to work or a jobsite? Will there be a process to identify unvaccinated individuals?
A: Brawndo encourages all eligible employees to get vaccinated as soon as possible…

Why? Serious question. The vaxx is admitted to not be a vaccine. You still can transmit disease… still get sick… and I’ll be honest, I was taking the piss with that “we love you, headcount” comment.

From the corporate perspective, the vaxx can cause side effects but otherwise has no effect on attendance and job performance. If anything, you should want your employees to NOT gamble their health on something with no proven ability to help more than a placebo.

…However, we recognize that some employees may not be able to get vaccinated or will chose not to. Brawndo will not identify vaccinated or unvaccinated employees.

The boldfaced is the only time that Brawndo’s leadership admits that there’s a reason people might not already have gotten the jab other than the wait is too long.

Many of Brawndo’s COVID-19 health and safety protocols will remain in place for the protection of employees.

Is that because you didn’t think about cleanliness prior to the Plandemic or because… God help us… interrupting the additional janitorial funding would cost more than it would save?

7) Q: If I cannot get vaccinated (or have to wait to receive the vaccination) will my employment status be
A: No . employment status will not be impacted unless a vaccination is required by local authorities to perform job duties, in which case Silver Teams will provide guidance based on the circumstances of the individual.

No means yes!

7a) Q: If I refuse to get vaccinated because I religiously object to being injected with aborted baby tissue, will you respect my beliefs?

A: No – We’re now as Catholic as the pope so you should trust us to handle all your faith-based needs.

8) Q: Will Brawndo ask for proof of vaccination for office, site workers, or contractors? If so, where will that information be tracked? Who will have access to it?
A: Brawndo will not ask employees for proof of vaccination unless it is required to comply with state or local laws, or is required by clients for a legitimate business purpose.

There it is again. The idea that a powerful company like Brawndo can’t override a local government’s decrees. Hold that thought.

9) Q: Can Brawndo ask if an employee is fully vaccinated?
A: Vaccination status is a private matter, and all employees reserve the right not to disclose their vaccination status, even in casual conversation. However, Brawndo can ask an employee if they have been fully vaccinated if there is a legitimate business purpose (typically beyond Brawndo’s control) and if permitted by local laws.

“No, we can’t ask unless we can, and we won’t be liable either way. We’re helpless, baby… it’s just us against a cruel world. We gotta do what we gotta do to survive, which is why I pimp your bloodwork to Google Analytics. And why you better be okay with that.”

10) Q: What if a client or worksite requires Brawndo to provide proof of vaccination?
A: If a client requires proof of vaccination before Brawndo employees or contractors are allowed access to worksites, Silver Teams will evaluate each situation and specific requirements as they arise. It is common for Brawndo to comply with various site and client specific requests (e.g., preaccess drug testing).

So much for “we’ll tell those busybody bloodsuckers that our employees do not, never have and never will be superspreaders of a lethal disease, thanks for asking, signed a corporate management team that acknowledges the humanity of its employees.” Instead, it’s “we have precedent in the form of drug testing.” Itself a dehumanizing mandate.

You see the pattern here. Brawnco is perfectly okay with coercing vaccine apartheid upon its bipedal assets but it doesn’t want the responsibility of doing so. And well it shouldn’t.

11) Q: Will Brawndo limit access to work and project sites to only those staff who have been fully vaccinated?

Any answer except a hard ‘no’ is a ‘yes’.

A: Typically, we will not restrict access based on vaccination status, but in certain circumstances (typically beyond Brawndo’s control), Brawndo may limit access to work or project sites to fully vaccinated employees only.

That phrase again.

Sigh. The writing is on the wall. As soon as somebody else agrees to take responsibility, Brawndo will go hard vaxx apartheid.

It is NEVER beyond Brawndo’s control, to deny a customer’s request for vaxx-only workers. Smart companies will lose a client before they lose a good worker. The latter are hard to find and usually worth more than you pay them.

12) Q: Will I be permitted to travel for work if I do not get the vaccine?
A: Work travel will follow local health authority guidance and airline restrictions. If proof of vaccination is required, employees who are not fully vaccinated may be impacted.

As I said, this is a catechism. Here’s the stock question, here’s the correct answer. This is not interesting reading for a Q&A.

13) Q: What if I am subject to quarantine due to travel restrictions or being identified as a close contact of a COVID-19 positive case and I am fully vaccinated? Am I exempt from those quarantine requirements and travel restrictions?

A: If the local health authority mandates quarantine or isolation (i.e., due to travel, or contact with a COVID-19 positive case) employees will be subject to those rules… Brawndo will not provide exceptions that conflict with local government or health authority regulation.

Had this been a real question and not “What if I must obey the State? Then you must obey the State”, it would be a very valid question whether Brawndo intends to pay the costs of quarantine for the unvaxxed. Because you don’t reach Fortune 500 status by tolerating unauthorized expenditures incurred by your work units caring about themselves.

14) Q: If vaccination is required for work . and there is a charge to receive one . will I be reimbursed for
that cost?
A: Most jurisdictions are providing vaccination without costs, but if that is not the case and a vaccine is specifically required for work purposes then please contact your regional Silver Team (led by your regional leader) who will evaluate each situation and specific requirements as they arise. It is important to check with your local health authority on vaccine access.

Yo, Craven Executive Officer, the cost of a quaccine is not just the dosage… it’s also the side effects. Maybe he thinks complications from unethical medical experiments is society’s fault, like crime.

15) Q: There are several vaccines available. What is the difference between the options?

“Because I really have been living in an underground bunker with no Internet for the last two years. Thanks for paying my salary regardless.”

Such is the current standoff regarding Vaccine Apartheid. Our public Fascists in government want it. Our private Fascists in business want it. But neither wants to be the first to tell those bitter loser Southerners clinging to their God and their Guns, that they are sub-human dissidents who need to not exist in polite society anymore.


US South Re-Entry & Vaccine Guidance Update Update Post-Meatspace Discussion Edition

Dated very recently.

Uh-oh! Cathechism class let out, then the Protest-ants of Texas and Florida heated up the REAL phone lines!

This is a [summary of responses to the indigenous wildlife of the Southern United States and is not authoritative anywhere else. Those Damn Confederates! Won’t take a hint even after you tear down their statues and ban their flag.]

Q: Is a positive antibody test the same as a vaccine with respect to our approach?

A: Based on current CDC guidance, no. If someone has had the virus and shows antibodied, they would still be considered unvaccinated until they have had the vaccine.

There it is, black and white. The vaxx is not about health. It’s not about avoiding COVID. It’s everything about tearing American society apart into winners and losers, with an invisible hand playing one side off the other until the last healthy, white and/or Christian man is dead.

I’m surprised they were this honest. Hence my conspiracy theory about projectile weapons and brain buckets. Damn Confederates be like that, all straight talking and straight shooting both.

Q: Can mask use requirement for unvaccinated staff be dropped based on local guidance?

A: No. For unvaccinated staff entering an office, social distancing, or masking when distancing cannot be attained, is required.

Remember that held thought, that Brawndo has no choice but to heed local government guidance? Turns out, they meant only FASCIST government guidance! They are perfectly willing and entrenched to defy local government should it disagree with that unwritten mandate that cows crave.

Let me also quote from way above:

“Brawndo will not identify vaccinated or unvaccinated employees.”

Which is it? Will the unvaxxed not be identified, or will they be forced to mask up in the far corner EVEN WHEN LOCAL GOVERNMENT PROHIBITS MASK MANDATES. Because that’s why the South is an issue re vaxx apartheid: states from Texas to Florida are not even trying to offer Brawndo the liability protection they crave before proceeding with their “yellow stars for dissidents” initiative.

Q: Will Brawndo ask for proof of vaccination status?

A: Unless client-requested…

Methinks that the greatest appeal of Fascism, at least the American iteration of it, is the absolution of responsibility. The buck doesn’t stop with anybody. All it takes to “force” Brawndo to demand vaxx status on pain of termination is one single person from either the UN/WHO, CDC, NIH, Federal government, State government, local government, today’s especially picky client or the neighbor next door, to demand it. But they won’t do it themselves, oh no, they respect your privacy. Until the first butthurt homo shows up.

This has been a pattern for a couple decades at least. We’ve all seen examples in the news in which companies surrender unconditionally to a couple feminists with hurt feelings at the expense of millions of paying customers. It is puzzling. I am not sure how that even works, how appeasing one loudmouthed freak is better than continued existence. Original Sin writ large, perhaps?

And how does that manage to be a guided process? It really is like watching a school of fish pivot with the briefest of hidden cues.

I have a theory, that this is the religion of mediocrity… what the likes of Jordan Peterson preach, and why their teachings are so popular. You’re just smart enough to function but so severely insecure that you got no ability to resist peer pressure at all. You function in your cubicle, you keep your room clean and take your pills and pet the neighbor’s cat, but the gentlest sneer from a Chosen One will shift your direction as effortlessly as if you had no past, no future and no will of your own. You lied to yourself until the truth means nothing.

For the QED to that, these next two Q&As must be read together for full effect:

Q: Concern over stigmatizing based on vaccine status.

A: It is important to our culture that this doesn’t occur. Vaccination and mask-wearing are a personal choice and will be respected accordingly.

Q: Can unvaccinated staff eat in break rooms if socially distanced?

A: No. Unvaccinated staff can use the breakroom to access refrigerator, microwave, etc. But to sit and eat inside of the breakroom [with the Beautiful People], vaccination is required.

Truth means nothing to these people. Outside of the southern US, Brawndo smiles and shrugs and “but the government says we have to. But it’s a client request. We have no choice.” But in the Bible ‘we don’t do that mandate shit yet feel fine’ Belt, Brawndo is “you are a second-class citizen no matter what the government says. No matter what the client says. You are not of the Beautiful People. We can’t duck this issue anymore so back of the bus, you dissidents.”

Read these next two together, also.

Q: Will staff need to wear something i.e. a badge to indicate vaxx status?

A: No.

Q: Is vaccination status considered during office layout?

A: No. It is assumed that the unvaccinated will distance/mask per guidelines.

“We don’t require you to wear a mask unless you want to talk to a Beautiful Person. Which you’d only do in the first place because your job requires it.”

Q: Avenues for staff to communicate that they are experiencing discrimination due to vaccine status?

Ooh, a money shot!

A: Brawndo is committed to creating and maintaining a working environment free from harassment or discrimination…

These corp-rats have souls but it’s hard to regard them as human. When their PC catechism gives them the correct answer, they repeat it mindlessly. When asked to make a decision, they pass the buck. And when they find themselves in a Heritage American environment with nowhere to hide, the mask slips and they reveal themselves as Children Of the Lie.

They may be in positions of power but they don’t act like men of power. They act like Sorcerer’s Apprentices who have rebelled against their master, seized control of forces they don’t understand and lash out with no purpose except to prove themselves powerful.

You must refuse the vaxx! Even if you believe the vaxx is not harmful, this is your chance to make a difference! The reason the Elites are still being wishy-washy like this is because they don’t yet have enough Vaxxed to risk the imposition of Apartheid. They have (somewhat arbitrarily) put this figure at 70%. If they reach that goal then they will kick the rest of us out of own own society and preferably into “isolation camps”.

If they don’t then the current situation will endure: the situation of neither private nor public Fascism being willing to risk a pull on the trigger of declaring dissidents to be…. less than human.

Tattooing After Vaxxing

I’m bored. Let’s get inked!

The pandemic tattoo craze is here

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By Terry Nguyen, 11 June 2021

Tiffany Garcia has tattooed thousands of people over her two-decade career, but she remains intrigued by the first-timers. Since the spring, more clients without any history of tattoos have arrived at Garcia’s studio in Torrance, California.

It isn’t just young people. Some are middle-aged or divorced, or recently lost someone dear to them. .It felt like people were trying to find themselves or fulfill a purpose with tattoos,. Garcia told me. .I’ve had clients say they never thought to get one in their life..

Across the country, tattoo artists like Garcia say they are witnessing a boom in bookings, catalyzed by stretches of business inactivity during the pandemic. People have spent the past year declaring their desire to get inked, whether to memorialize the unprecedented circumstances they’ve lived through or to embrace a new vehicle for self-expression after months of social inhibition. The changes in workplace culture toward remote employment are also a boon: Fewer workers will have to contend with the corporate stigma against visible body art.

It is curious that first-timers of middle age are getting tattoos. The thought of getting one has crossed my own mind and I am not that kind of guy. I do not like it when alien thoughts invade my brain; it is a good time to stop and introspect. I’ve no moral objection to tattoos, understand; I simply don’t think that letting strangers inject me with foreign chemicals bearing permanent consequences is a good idea. Same reason that I will not get vaxxed.

Hmm. That actually answers my question, why tattooing is becoming a major thing. Government is pushing people to let strangers inject them with foreign chemicals bearing permanent consequences. Crossing that line a second time is much easier than the first time, and there’s a shortage of ways to express oneself thanks to face diapering.

The Plandemic has violated pretty much every social norm that was in place two years ago while taboo-ing existing social norms such as handshakes and playing with friends. One would expect to see consequences of that.

Garcia.s shop, which has six working tattooists (including her), is booked through July and into August. But the studio’s packed schedule doesn’t mean the artists and the shop are financially in the clear. .We are still digging our way out of the pandemic,. Garcia said. .A lot of artists are self-employed, independent contractors, or booth renters, and they couldn’t qualify for unemployment. I had an artist who lived upstairs from the shop lose his apartment, and I am paying back my debts..

Normies still cannot connect the dots between “government banned all businesses then only gave help to the ones they approved of” and “because they hate me and want me gone”.

Many shop owners and artists had to take on loans to hang onto their businesses. Rent was still due, after all, even as Garcia’s business remained closed from March through October 2020. Her studio didn’t qualify for PPP aid; she said she applied many times as an independent contractor and uploaded the required documentation. .Every time I got an email requesting W-2 forms and another tax document that I don’t have, as I’m not an employer with employees,. Garcia said. .No matter how much I called or emailed, I never got answers and eventually received an email stating that my application has been canceled..

Garcia eventually secured an SBA loan that has to be paid back with interest (a PPP loan is potentially forgivable, while the SBA loan Garcia received isn’t). The enthusiasm from clients has been helpful, though, and with each passing day, Garcia’s anxiety about her debt eases.

Neither can they connect the dots between “I need a government loan” and “because the government won’t let me earn a living”.

Tattoo studios in California have been under intermittent lockdown since March, with a few weeks of activity during summer 2020 before another period of monthslong closures. In August, barbershops, nail salons, and beauty parlors were given the green light to open, but tattoo parlors were left out, despite the state previously categorizing them all as “personal care services..

.What people might not realize is, as tattoo artists, we have to study topics like bloodborne pathogens,. Garcia said. .We learn how to avoid cross-contamination, and we learn about airborne and vector-borne diseases. We’ve always had face masks on hand even before the pandemic, since we work so closely with clients. We’ve been prepared for this..

Neither can they connects the dots between “we know that CDC guidelines don’t work”, “the CDC keeps doubling down on what doesn’t work” and “which means we’re being lied to”.

I’d get angry but it wouldn’t do any good. People can’t recognize lies and can’t care when they’re forced to acknowledge the lies. Increasingly, I wonder if that really is “cannot” rather than “will not”. At least these shop owners are taking the consequences of their own blindness in their own shorts.

In May, [Morgan Dodd, a 26-year-old talent manager in New York City] odd spontaneously decided to get a tattoo of the character No Face from the movie Spirited Away at her first rooftop party of 2021…. .Tattoos are a way for me to decorate my body and reconnect with myself during this time,. Dodd said. .For me, it’s mostly about the story and the moment of when I got the tattoo and where I was at in my life..

Hmm, New York City. America’s largest and most expensive insane asylum. Always worth a check!

New Yorkers flock to tattoo parlors, tanning salons amid Phase 3 reopening

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By Steven Vago, Jason Beeferman, Doug Cortese and Kevin Sheehan, 6 Jul 2020.

It took four journalists to write this? The field research must have been catered. Article’s a year old, though.

Tat.s wild!

Business was booming at city tattoo and piercing parlors from Park Slope to the Lower East Side on Monday, the first day of the Big Apple’s Phase 3 of reopening.

.It.s insane,.. said Matthew Mayfield, a 32-year-old piercer at The End is Near in Brooklyn.

Yes. NYC is insane. As this dude found out since this article was written.

.We are completely booked for today and tomorrow. . Saturday and Sunday are completely booked. Friday, there are two spots left. It went in seconds,. he said of the open schedule.

Since customers must wear masks, they’re getting piercings elsewhere, Mayfield said.

Because we can’t use faces to express ourselves anymore.

Am I the only guy who understands the importance of people having faces visible to each other? It’s only how God wired us to emote, which alone is sufficient motivation for the wicked to do what they’ve done. But… can nobody else feel the effects of not seeing a human face for upwards of two years now? I get agitated… sort of an uncanny valley effect.

.Almost all of them are getting ear piercings. There’s an eyebrow piercing. We have a few nipple piercings later,. said the Park Slope worker.

Jared Hunter, a 40-year-old ink artist at Williamsburg Tattoo, said he has been working on coronavirus-themed artwork to offer customers.

One drawing, which Hunter calls an .old-school, pin-up-style COVID girl,.. features a sexy woman . in a face mask.

That’s like cropping the heads off porn models, so the viewer can more easily see them as meat sacks. Although to be fair, a lot of those porn models have faces that would kill a mood, if you know what I mean.

The design shows “the face of America now,.. the Brooklyn artist said.

Michelle Sirgoo, 43, manager at First Class Tattoo on the Lower East Side in Manhattan, added, .We’ve had a few requests for Statue of Liberty tattoos with face masks.

I can’t say they’re wrong.

.It.s something for people that want to live the nostalgia of this time,.. [Mayfield] said. .Sh-t man, we’re halfway through this f.king year like this..

Oh, he had no idea….

Kayla Pasko, a 27-year-old writer for VegOut Magazine, was at NYC Tan on Staten Island for some quarantine relief.

.Normally, I tan at the gym, but it’s closed, so I decided to check this out,. Pasko said of the salon. .I did the stand-up booth, and yeah! I got good color!

That’s just wrong, Barbie.

.I.m just trying to get back to a sense of normalcy,.. she said. .Outdoor dining, now tanning, just testing the waters, getting out! I’m sick of being home…

Another tanning customer, Jennifer Massa, 41, said, .I’ve been going to the beach, but I wanted to give them the business. I know they’re struggling, and they are such good people there.

.Plus, I needed to even out and tan my back a little.

Good to hear. I was about to connect the dots between “government allowed tanning booths to open” and “but not the beaches”.

People are getting coronavirus tattoos . with some saying they think they.ll protect them from Covid-19

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By Jessica Lindsay, 7 August 2020

Somehow, that headline made me think about mass migration.

For some people, the best way to remember something so momentous is to tattoo it into their bodies.

The trend of coronavirus tattoos is well underway, with drawings including the virus itself or pin-up girls in masks. But some have come to the belief that these tattoos will actually protect them from Covid-19.

Andres Vega, a tattoo artist from Spain, has been inking designs on clients for 21 years. Recently he’s received several requests from doctors and nurses coming into his tattoo shop asking for Covid-19 tattoos to commemorate the struggles they faced in their profession as care workers during the pandemic.

Don’t go there.

I SAID, don’t go there!

Apparently for some people, the most traumatic part of the Plandemic lockdowns was not the Chinaballs.

For one client of Matthew Vazquez, 22, Hawthorne, California, it meant more than just a memory. He inked a green microscopic virus tattoo on his customer, who believed having that tattoo would protect her from the virus. He said: .The person that wanted the tattoo was very confident.

.She said if she were to get the Covid tattoo on herself she.d be protected indefinitely. She wanted to get to look back at it as a reminder that she lived through the pandemic.

.I thought it was a great idea and kind of a cool way to look at it! Like, maybe try to look at the brighter side of things sometimes..

A reminder that we lived through the pandemic? Worth a try. *GQ gets inked*

Vaccine Apartheid Begins In Pakistan

Several people I’ve talked to online are facing ostracism or layoffs in retaliation for refusing the vaxx. A few governments, including California in a few days, will be implementing two-tier systems of rights and privileges to coerce voluntary compliance.

You read that right. “Coerce voluntary compliance” and I mean exactly that. Just as capital-E Evil is compelled to tell you what they’re doing, albeit in a way that makes you laugh it off, they are also compelled to make you hurt yourself rather than take direct action.

Fortunately, thus far in USA the Normies seem reluctant to persecute and report dissidents. Pakistanis are not so lucky… OR ARE THEY?

Pakistan: Punjab govt to block SIM cards of those reluctant to get vaccinated against Coronavirus

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By Staff, 11 June 2021

On Thursday (June 10), the provincial government of Punjab in Pakistan announced that it would block the SIM cards of those individuals reluctant to get vaccinated against the Wuhan Coronavirus. It was decided during a high-level meeting of civil and military leaders, with Punjab Health Minister Dr Yasmin Rashid as the Head.

The decision was confirmed by the Specialised Healthcare Department (Punjab) spokesman Syed Hammad Raza. He informed, .Final decision has been taken to block the mobile SIM cards of people not getting vaccinated.” The measure comes following criticism of the “dead slow” pace of vaccination in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Until June 1, the government had vaccinated only 4.2 million people (6.3%) out of the total target of 67 million.

Those AMATEUR bureaucrats! Smartphones are a tyrant’s wet dream of tracking & tracing the population. This sort of pressure tactic works when you have only a few dissidents. When 94% of the people are dissident, however… well, who are those 6% going to talk to? They’re not exactly a unified subculture, for example all being graduates of Harvard.

If you turn off everybody’s phone then nobody will have a phone, and they will all hate you, and you won’t be able to monitor who is talking to whom as they prepare to overthrow you.

And then, the young women won’t be able to whore for attention and freelance porn money, and will be forced to care about the nice young man next door.

Reportedly, vaccinated individuals will be allowed to go to malls, restaurants, and cinema halls.

Similarly, reducing malls and restaurants to 6% of their potential customer base is not going to pressure people to get vaxxed. It will pressure business owners to murder you before they lose their livelihoods. This being the Mideast and not Panda-merica.

At the same time, individuals with terminal illnesses will be vaccinated on priority.

/facepalm. “Hail, Vaxxer! We who are about to die, salute you! Thank you for not wasting this miracle cure on people who are expected to be alive next week!” Which is this, a virtue signal or a morbidity cover-up? I would not take an untested vaccine either, if it was preferentially being given to people who would be dead before results could be reliably known.

Besides, walk-in-vaccination centres and mobile vaccination camps will be set up outside major shrines in the Punjab province. Businesses will be allowed to fully open in districts where over 20% population has been vaccinated.

“Get vaxxed or this third party guy that you don’t care about gets it! And you can just forget about calling your mother-in-law!”

“It’s easy! It’s convenient! It’s the gulag if you didn’t!”

Earlier on June 9, the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) announced that all public and private sector employees need to be vaccinated mandatorily. At the same time, all government employees need to be fully vaccinated by the end of the month. The Sindh government had also warned to stop the salaries of government employees who refuse to get vaccinated. Pakistan hopes to vaccinate 70 million (7 crores) people by the end of December 2021.

If this sounds like things are happening rather suddenly in Paki health circles…

On June 1, Pakistan launched a Chinese Covid-19 vaccine- “PakVac” developed with Chinese help. The Special Assistant to Prime Minister (SAPM) on Health Dr Faisal Sultan announced that the mass production of the vaccine will begin soon. Thanking China, Sultan said, “China was already a friend and came forward when coronavirus hit Pakistan.” He also lauded the National Institute of Health (NIH) for its pathbreaking development.

…it’s possible that ((generous people)) want to get paid and are nervous about low initial sales. And for once, I don’t mean JooZ.

Never. Apologzie. Especially when offered a reward.

Always stand your ground when you know you’re innocent. Never apologize, not even for hurting feelings. Even if things don’t go your way, you’ll still be vastly better off.

Jury imposes $500K verdict on pastor accused of rape after he refused to apologize to victim

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By Leonardo Blair, 10 June 2021

Pastor Lewis Clemons of Kingdom Awareness Ministries International in Columbus, Georgia, could have settled a civil case against him for zero dollars if he agreed to acknowledge and record a public apology for allegedly sexually abusing and raping his former congregant, Lequita Jackson. He refused and went to trial.

Smart man. I know he’s innocent of rape because this was a civil trial, not a criminal trial… a civil trial whose purpose was to manufacture evidence for that criminal trial as well as an endless stream of future MeToo accusations.

Can you imagine if Clemons had taken that ticket and made a public admission of being a high-status rapist? He would have been accused by a legion of new feminists, some of whom probably wouldn’t even be about to prove they’d ever met the guy. And they probably wouldn’t have to. Paying half a million to avoid that is a bargain.

On Wednesday, a jury in the Superior Court of Muscogee County ruled in favor of [Lequita] Jackson and imposed a $500,000 verdict against him.

Yes, this is As Seen On Wakanda TV. I don’t doubt that Pastor Clemons got frisky with a girl when he shouldn’t have. I do doubt that it was anything not-consensual.

In 2017, Jackson and another of Clemons. former congregants, Lakisha Smith, accused the pastor in a civil lawsuit of using his position as a spiritual leader to sexually abuse them.

“He was a child molester,” said Jackson at the time, alleging that Clemons began abusing her at 15. “He was a sexual predator who needed to be stopped. I just kind of accepted it at that age,” she said.

Don’t stick your dick in Lakisha. In Stupid, I mean.

Now 33, Jackson, who is married with two children of her own, said she was so traumatized by her experience, it took her five years before she was able to open up to her husband about what she endured.

In a letter to Clemons, Jackson’s lawyers said:

” … To seriously discuss settling this case, you would have to be willing to make a video statement that: 1. acknowledged all of your sexual misconduct .; and 2. genuinely apologized for that sexual misconduct; and 3. acknowledged that you have seriously harmed many, many women who trusted you as their spiritual leader.

Talk about dodging a bullet! Dayumn, this girl wanted to franchise her gimmiedat lawsuit against Clemons.

.Ms. Jackson would then watch the video. She would then decide, in her sole discretion, whether the video sufficiently met the requirements above. She would have sole control over the distribution of the video. She would be authorized to share the video publicly and with anyone that she chose..

There IS a sexual predator in this story. It ain’t Clemons.

.Lequita Jackson is a wonderful client and it was an honor to provide her with her day in court,. Jackson’s attorney, Jeb Butler of Butler Law Firm, said in a statement to The Christian Post on Thursday. .Lewis Clemons is a liar and a fraud, and I hope neither my client nor I have to see him again for as long as he lives..

He’s upset that the scam didn’t take off.

Fellow attorney Morgan Lyndall praised Jackson for her strength in standing up to Clemons and noted that she hopes “the verdict sent a message that sexual assault and rape are never OK..

And of course, all sex is rape.

All Ur Fundz R Belong To US

A woman was accidentally sent $1.2M and chose to keep it instead of returning. A situational ethics problem, presented by somebody too educated to understand the concept.

What are the ethics of giving back money that doesn’t belong to you?

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By Kate Padgett Walsh, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Iowa State University2 June 2021

Oh boy, a philosophy major with an ethics question. Will this one have answers to offer, or will she take the Hedge Fund Manager’s shilling?

In Monopoly, a player who draws the card that says .BANK ERROR IN YOUR FAVOR. COLLECT $200. gets to keep the money.

But what happens when such a mistake occurs in real life?

Kelyn Spadoni, a 911 dispatcher, recently received quite a bit more than the US$80 she was expecting when financial brokerage firm Charles Schwab mistakenly transferred more than $1.2 million to her account, apparently because of a software glitch. When she discovered the extra money, she promptly transferred those funds to her other accounts and bought a new car and house, among other purchases.

Another Wakandan fell into the usual pattern of fools and their money.

One could ask whether it was unethical for her to keep the money instead of trying to return it. As a scholar who studies the ethics of debt and finance, I believe the answer is more complex than a simple “yes” or “no.”

No. The Schwab ‘terms of service’ say you have to give back any accidental overpayments. This must happen frequently for them. I had to find an Aussie news outlet to discover that detail… American media outlets, liberal and conservative both, are Converged to the point of copypasta.

PhD scholar 0, Internet nobody 1.

Consider another example: Suppose you found a wallet full of cash lying on the ground. Usually, the right thing to do would be to contact the wallet’s owner and return it, money included.

Usually, you don’t find abandoned wallets full of cash. Serious question: under what circumstances does that happen?

I know exactly one time that it happened in real life, to a friend-of-a-friend who found a cash-stuffed wallet in the middle of the street one day. I’m talking a $5k-stuffed wallet, no ID. She dutifully called the police.

“This is on which street? *keyboard noises* Were there gunshots in your area last night?”


“That’s drug money you got there, honey. The deal went south. You can turn it in and we’ll keep it, but we won’t be giving it back to Tyrone if you know what I mean.”

“I’ll keep it, then.”

“Thought you might. Congratulations, honey. *click*”

Yeah, so, wallets of cash don’t just lie around. If Charles Schwab is losing a million bucks at a time due to ‘banking errors’, enough that they had to reword their contracts, then I smell something shady. I’ll have more at the end but first, let’s let Philosophy Professor Barbie hit rock bottom. Remember for the following, that she doesn’t know that Spadoni had an explicit contractual obligation to return the cash.

The Greek philosopher Aristotle helped to explain why people normally have a moral obligation to return the belongings of others. Being truthful and treating others fairly are key virtues in life, he argued. A good person acts with integrity and a sense of justice rather than being deceitful and greedy.

Only ‘normally’?

Spadoni not only spent much of the money she mistakenly received, but she refused to respond when Charles Schwab contacted her. For a whole month she ignored calls, emails and text messages the company sent her. She has since been arrested on charges of fraud and theft, apparently for trying to keep what did not not belong to her.

…Prima facie moral obligations depend on particular details of situations. Imagine, for instance, seeing a billionaire drop $10 on the ground. It would still be commendable to return that money, but the moral obligation to do so is weaker than in other cases.

It didn’t take long for Mizz Philosophy to settle for being a normally good person.

Similarly, it is notable that in Spadoni’s case, she received money because of an error by a large financial institution. Moral obligations to individuals do not always translate to the institutional level, especially when an institution itself does not treat people with integrity and fairness.

The Christian says “we must be honest”. The credentialed ethics professor says “we normally should try to be honest unless the situation is special.” (For the slow class, that means “don’t be honest”.)

Prima facie moral obligations can also be outweighed by other obligations. Imagine, for instance, that the person who found the wallet of cash needed money to provide housing or medical care for their children. Alternatively, imagine that the owner of the wallet was a notorious criminal who would use the returned cash to hurt others.

That’s just being female. Care-based morality!

These scenarios identify additional prima facie moral obligations to care for people in need and prevent harm to others. Doing what is right in real life requires weighing all of the relevant moral considerations.

Care. Based. Morality. Walsh might have a PhD in philosophy but her understanding of social ethics has not progressed beyond “babies”.

This is important because, while Spadoni’s case may appear unique, it is actually commonplace to receive money that belongs to others. Credit cards, mortgages, student loans and payday loans, for example, are all forms of credit in which the borrower temporarily receives money that is not their own.

The moral considerations people face when trying to pay back debts mirror the questions about what to do with money that is found or received in error.

No. When the financial elites make loans that they expect the borrower will never be able to repay, there’s an entirely different level of morality at work: usury.

Spadoni was not loaned that money. I strongly suspect that if she accidentally gave Schwab too much money, that Chucky would have had zero obligation to return it.

In an economy saturated with debt, with more than half of adults living from paycheck to paycheck, people can end up being forced to choose between making debt payments and getting medical care or paying for rent.

A small number of them can get relief by filing for bankruptcy. Bankruptcy protections are meant to help those whose debts interfere with access to important goods and services like food, housing, education and medical care. The idea is that debts shouldn’t take away people’s ability to provide for themselves and their family.

However, a 2005 law made it more difficult and costly to file for bankruptcy, especially for those who are already behind on bills. Many of the people who would benefit from declaring bankruptcy are unable to do so because they cannot afford the legal fees.

Yes, our banks are enslaving us using debt.

Wells Fargo, for instance, was fined $3 billion in 2018 for fraudulently signing people up for credit accounts with fees. And payday lenders operate by targeting people who are already struggling to make ends meet and signing them up for loans they may not be able to repay on time. When borrowers miss a payment, they experience ballooning interest rates and fees, miring them further in debt.

These examples indicate just some of the ways in which the obligation to return money to others really is a prima facie obligation and thus ultimately subject to limits in the real world.

Translation, Spadoni needed the money (quite possible) and Charles Schwab is an evil bankster group preying upon the weak & gullible (see below: Spadoni), therefore she gets to keep the money. Sisterhood uber alles.

You probably want to hear more about Spadoni.

I bet the parish cops just loved this dispatcher’s helpful and charming attitude.

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It.s not quite the nearly $1 billion blunder that Citigroup Inc. made last summer, but Charles Schwab Corp. said it accidentally sent more than $1 million to the Fidelity Brokerage Services account of a woman in Louisiana.

Schwab blamed an “issue created by a software enhancement” for erroneously transferring $1.2 million in February to the Fidelity account of Kelyn Spadoni, rather than the $82.56 she had requested, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court in New Orleans last month. When the company realized the mistake and attempted to take the money back, it was gone and Spadoni wasn’t answering her phone, the bank said.

After a month of failed attempts to recover the cash, Schwab filed a criminal complaint on April 6, Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Captain Jason Rivarde said. Spadoni, 33, was arrested the next day in Harvey, Louisiana, on charges of bank fraud, theft and illegal transmission of monetary funds, he said. She.d transferred about $350,000 into another account and used it to buy a 2021 Hyundai Genesis sport-utility vehicle and a home, Rivarde said.

.The vast majority of the missing money has been recovered at this point by the seizure of the vehicle and the reversal of the house sale,. Rivarde said.

Spadoni was fired from her job as a 911 dispatcher in the parish, Rivarde said. She was released April 8 on a bail bond, court records show.

I would not call it morally wrong for her to keep the accidentally-given money in violation of a one-sided contract. However, if you play the fat cats’ game of “rules for thee but not for me” then don’t live where they can reach you. Spadoni should have gone back to Africa. *GQ ducks*

It’s odd that I reached the same conclusion as Ms. Walsh. In my case, I simply don’t regard that contract clause as being valid. “If we make a mistake in your benefit then you have to repay it”? Not unless that comes with “we promise to never ‘update’ this contract after you’ve agreed to it and certify that if our employees get caught doing anything shady, we must reimburse you on penalty of our entire boardroom going to prison on fraud charges”.

No more one-way streets. No more too-big-to-fail. No more adhesion contracts written by the bureaucrat for the benefit of the powerful.

Schwab.s mistake is among the technical blunders — such as misplaced decimal points and “fat finger” errors — that financial firms dread. But it’s a trifle compared to the goof by Citigroup last summer. The bank meant to make an interest payment to Revlon Inc. lenders and instead wired them the principal, too, totaling $900 million. A judge later ruled many of the lenders could keep the money, though that decision is on appeal.

That makes sense because Citigroup accidentally repaid the loan. Which begs the questions of why they took out a loan they didn’t need and then insisted, with the force of the State, to be allowed to stay in debt.

But Citigroup’s misadventure pales in comparison the error made in 2018 by Deutsche Bank AG, which inadvertently transferred 28 billion euros ($33.4 billion) to one of its outside accounts.

On the one hand, mistakes happen. On the other hand, banksters fling so much money around, often between secret or encrypted accounts, that there was insufficient oversight on a $33b transfer. There’s got to be skullduggery going on. In fact, we know there’s skullduggery just from their one-two punches of “easy credit, hard bankruptcy”.

The Great Reset Comes To Idaho

I’ve have a lot of thoughts bouncing around in my head lately. Rather than go dark and ponder on things for a week, bear with me as I analyze a problem coming to a neighborhood near you!

The Superrich Bought Up This Idaho Town and Regular Folks Now May Have to Live in Tents

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By Kate Briquelet, 8 June 2021

Affordable housing in Ketchum.the Idaho resort community adjacent to billionaire and celebrity playground Sun Valley.has been a problem for decades.

For my international readers, Sun Valley is the Idaho version of Pebble Beach in California or the Hamptons in Florida. It’s a residential area where land values have passed infinity, to the point where only the most wealthy can afford to buy housing there… and even they rarely live there themselves because there are few services. Either they bring a platoon of cooks, gardeners and other servants with them or they only visit for a few weeks of the year.

Often enough, the owners never visit at all, using the land’s sky-high value as a sort of bank. It’s a shame when you think about it. The best homes that a prosperous nation can offer are rarely enjoyed as homes.

You won’t find a burger joint or Walmart in between megamillion-dollar mansions. Modern transportation being efficient, such enclaves are now frequently supported by neighboring communities. With predictable consequences:

But the situation is becoming so dire in the wake of COVID-19 that city officials are considering an unusual range of quick fixes.including building tent cities and RV parks for the common folk in the ultra-rich mountain town, where the average median home listing price is hovering above $900,000.

Residents and housing activists say their friends and neighbors, some whose families have lived in Ketchum for generations, are being priced out as landlords sell buildings to well-heeled buyers and out-of-town investors. The problem is exacerbated, they say, by property owners renting homes for a bigger profit on sites like Airbnb to short-term remote employees escaping Silicon Valley and big cities.

No, STUPID-19 is not a game-changing black swan. At best, it hurried the process along. Neither are city officials considering unusual fixes. Slavery and dispossession are exactly what results when the wealthy take over a neighborhood. Yes, I meant SLAVERY because tent cities are not acceptable for the Idaho winter. Dump Greta Thunberg’s bony ass in the Sawtooths for a January, watch if she still says propane is a bad idea.

The wealthy want expensive land and cheap labor.

The middle class wants expensive labor and cheap land.

City officials want to provide cheap housing so that cheap labor can afford it? Sellouts!

.There’s a joke going around: you either have three houses in Ketchum or three jobs,. said Kris Gilarowski, a hospitality worker and father of two who recently launched a Facebook group titled Occupy Ketchum Town Square to address the housing crisis.

Socialist agitation is not a solution.

And those losing homes and apartments aren’t just service industry workers, but teachers, nurses, and other professionals who are fast becoming the hidden homeless in the picturesque city of roughly 2,800 people.

There lies the tragedy of unchecked centralization of wealth. Everybody gets sorted into the “have” and “have not” piles. The correct solution?


It’s that simple. Big money comes along and offers you $1,000,000 for your $200,000 house? You tell him no and sell to a young family instead. A Gay Area renter offers you $3k for a $750/month rental? Tell him where to shove it, like his boyfriend does.

The solution is that simple but if you don’t worship God then you probably worship money. Why wouldn’t you?

As local TV station KTVB reported, some temporary housing solutions weighed by city officials include .a plan to allow Ketchum’s nurses, teachers, and service workers to sleep in tents in the city park as rent and housing costs continue to soar out of their grasp..

Thus demonstrating where the city officials’ loyalty lies. Not with their people.

The discussions come at a time when one developer is seeking approval for an affordable housing complex downtown called Bluebird Village but facing backlash from residents who claim the building will be an eyesore and absorb valuable parking spaces.

Had they mentioned “rent control” or “Section 8” then I would also have objected. ‘Affordable housing’ now means different things in different contexts.

They also follow another developer’s $9 million sale of an affordable apartment building called KETCH, leaving residents unable to pay new rates imposed by the new landlord. (At a recent city council meeting, one KETCH resident said the new owner increased rents by 50 to 60 percent. .He wants me to be paying $1,700 for 425 square feet. It’s insane, it shouldn’t have happened,. the woman said.)

It’s nationalism writ small. When your neighbors do not care about your well-being, they follow the yellow brick road, so to speak. This is a class migration rather than an ethnic migration but similar rules apply.

.One of the biggest oppositions to Bluebird and any affordable housing, really, was aesthetics,. Reid Stillman, a mayoral candidate who works in advertising and is scrambling to find rental housing himself, told The Daily Beast. .That is so embarrassing when we’re dealing with human lives..

.We have this older generation worried about the look and color of the brick of the building,. Stillman added. .What they don’t understand is these are the people that serve them food, sell them clothes, bag their groceries. and you’re not allowing them to have affordable places to live because you’re worried about the color of brick in town..

Ah, Baby Boomers. They aren’t the sum total of all evil, just the ones for which evil worked best. The first generation of Marxists does very well because the first parasites get to feed on a healthy host. Successive generations of parasites suffer diminishing returns, which is the pattern producing Antifa and BLM. It’s hard to eat your society’s seed corn when it’s already gone.

You see similar behaviors in atheists. The first generation to reject God still had a moral upbringing so few of them go full necro-nihilist. A couple “winner takes all, survival of the fittest” generations later, however, and 1Gen wonders why the kids fantasize about slitting throats. “Don’t they know that such behavior is wrong?”

Meanwhile, Gilarowski said he’s heard from long-term residents who received notices of rent hikes anywhere from $600 to $1,500.and one well-paid hospital worker lived in his car for three weeks because he couldn’t find a place to live.

*singing* Welcome to the Hotel California….

It’s not our people you should fear. It’s our money. You can keep Californians away just by imposing a “work here to live here” requirement. No Federally-defined form of discrimination needed.

Gilarowski shared another horror story at a special city council meeting last month to address the crisis: A couple was living in a tent in Sawtooth National Forest for 94 days through January before they found affordable housing.

Seriously, tent cities in the Sawtooth Mountains winter is a bad idea.

.I do support the city of Ketchum opening up some public spaces, so people could temporarily park an RV, pitch a tent, because then we can’t hide from these people,. Gilarowski said at the meeting. .These are the people that work at your school. These are the people that work at your local business. These are the people that serve you. I know some of you put up your $8 million houses . but you don’t have compassion for working class people. You say you’re for community housing but “not this project, not that project…

In an interview with The Daily Beast, Gilarowski alluded to the wealth infused in Ketchum and neighboring Sun Valley, including Allen & Co..s annual media conference, sometimes referred to as a “summer camp for billionaires..…

.There’s so much wealth here and it’s kind of embarrassing to hear that people, families, decide to live for 94 days in a national forest, hidden,. Gilarowski said.

The wealthy didn’t get wealthy by treating you proles as equals and paying you triple wages. On the rare occasion it happens, such as Henry Ford thinking that his workers should be able to afford the automobiles they build, the wealthy guy becomes a hero… but there’s no profit in that, now is there?

Ketchum Mayor Neil Bradshaw raised a variety of possible solutions to the housing crisis at the council meeting: using city funds to rent hotel rooms this summer and encouraging local residents to rent out spare rooms. He also floated using public lands, including parks or parking lots, for temporary tent sites or RV parking.

Bradshaw said Ketchum’s Rotary Park could house a number of tents, has public restrooms and was across from a YMCA, which has showers. .It would require a certain level of qualification to stay there, so the people would have to show they are working for a local business and contributing to our economy in a certain way. It wouldn’t just be for roadtrippers passing through Ketchum,. Bradshaw told the crowd.

Per , Bradshaw considers himself a “man of the world”, has lived in London and San Francisco, and last year cooperated with a total isolation order upon his community… confining people in the small town to their homes instead of just closing to outsiders, then bragging about how kind they were being to each other.

But Stillman blamed Bradshaw and city officials for not acting sooner and called the tent city for nurses and teachers .a joke..

Not a funny joke, either. I say again:

.We have homeless people,. Stillman countered at the meeting. .They may not be on the street and you may not see them, which is good for you and good for business. But they’re living on couches, they’re in our friends. houses, they’re in tents up north, they’re camping down south, they’re doing anything they can to get to work here in town.

.We’re not just talking waitresses and waiters,. Stillman added. .We’re talking nurses, and medical supply people, teachers. My best friend works at Montessori school.he.s a teacher, he has nowhere to live..

Stillman said his own landlord sold his apartment building and he must be out by September. .I make good money and I still can’t find a place,. Stillman said. .So it’s not just affecting one income level . To live in a tent in Rotary Park is a joke especially for people who need WiFi, have to work and have to make a living. That’s a joke..

.Not only am I going to be homeless with a good job Sept. 1, but my friends who are in the service industry who don’t make a lot of money, they can’t pay $2,900 a month for a two bedroom in Ketchum. This isn’t San Francisco, Neil,. Stillman fumed.

Merely San Jose… sorry, that wasn’t funny either.

In an interview on Monday, Stillman told us Ketchum suffers from a disconnect among the city’s classes, a situation that stymies action on workforce housing. He said there’s everyday permanent residents who have three to four jobs just to live in the city, second-homers who travel in for vacations, and extremely wealthy people who own a house in Ketchum which they visit only a week or so out of the year.

.Not everyone has a seat at the table,. Stillman said. .I feel our current leader caters to a certain population and there’s not an open line of communication with longterm residents..

It sucks when your own people sell you out, whether locally, nationally or ethnically. That’s exactly what I’m dealing with in my headspace these days.

Bradshaw told The Daily Beast that the tent housing was only one idea suggested during a community workshop and bristled at The Daily Beast, and local media, playing up the specter of tent cities. He said Ketchum city planners are also looking into whether elderly homeowners could rent out rooms in their homes in exchange for tenants helping with yard work or other chores…

What a tone-deaf piece of shit he is. “If you can’t afford $3k per month in rent then maybe you can do some chores in return for a Baby Boomer letting you use their spare bedroom.”

… and into altering city code to allow RVs on private property or using federal funds for rental assistance.

Somebody thought being mayor would be a free ride with no hard decisions.

The city’s hands are tied, Bradshaw said, because its taxing authority is limited.other hotspots for the uber-rich like Aspen, Colorado, for example, enjoy a real-estate transfer tax that Idaho lacks.and it’s unable to limit Airbnb, VRBO and other short-term rentals because of a 2017 state law.

.We have a very wealthy population and most of them are very supportive of affordable housing although, you know, always wanting something else that’s maybe not quite in their backyard,. Bradshaw said.

That’s. The. Problem. And it’s why a man needs the moral strength to say No to easy money.

In recent months, a retired doctor named Gary Hoffman parked a trailer throughout Ketchum and covered it with a massive sign that declared, .What The One Percenters Ignore: Affordable housing has always been the lifeblood of a vibrant community. A town dies when its most productive people cannot afford to live in it.” Hoffman’s banner also demanded in all caps: .Worker housing now!.

The 79-year-old physician owns a pair of mobile home parks just outside Ketchum and a rental cabin on a 28-acre ranch about 24 miles south of the city.

After the tenant of the cabin announced she was moving out, Hoffman placed a rental ad in the local newspaper, for $650 a month, and received 85 phone calls in 48 hours. .It went to the second person who called. So I had 83 more calls to field,. he said.

Now that’s what I’m talking about! He could have charged triple that but instead, did a good deed. He’s not going broke. His world isn’t ending because he didn’t negotiate the best possible deal.

How did America become so mercenary?

The doc saw it as an opportunity to galvanize more residents into fighting for affordable housing. .Everybody I talked to after that, I said, .What the hell are you doing to get things changed around here? What are you doing besides bemoaning the fact that we don’t have housing? Are you going to meetings? Are you writing letters to the editor, are you protesting, are you picketing, are you going down to Boise and haranguing the legislators who said Airbnbs and VRBOs are wonderful in resort communities?..

On Monday, Hoffman was busy doing his own roofing repairs at the mobile home park since he couldn’t find construction workers who were immediately available. .There’s a lot of construction already, everybody who’s got a contracting construction company is working to the max,. Hoffman said.

The mobile home parks are some of the area’s only workforce housing, where tenants pay an average of $550 a month. Many of Hoffman’s tenants work in construction, landscaping or basic clerical work, speak Spanish as a first language, and “do the work nobody else wants to do,. he said.

Aww, he was that close to having my respect. He’s still doing a good deed, though, what with not being greedy.

.People look at the parks I have and they say, .My God, you could double your rents.” People are working, they live there,. Hoffman told us. .Why would I do that if I don’t need the money? And I don’t, so there you go..

A Horrific Christian Horror Movie Review Review

A lot of horror movies have been coming out of Hollyweird lately. There’s nothing sinister to this. Horror movies are the cheapest genre of movie to make, all you need is a dark basement and some fake blood, and nobody wants to risk a big-budget film with all the randomly ‘scientific’ lockdowns in Current Year. (Except Tom Cruise and his aptly-named “Mission: Impossible” movie sequel. I hope his emotional meltdowns make it onto the blooper reel.) I found this review of a Christian horror movie and frankly, the good guys are way scarier than the demon-possessed mass murderer.

.Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It. Review: Simple Christian Decency vs. Pure Evil

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By John Nolte, 5 June 2021

The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It is the eighth chapter of the eight-year-old Conjuring universe and the second sequel to the one that started it all, 2013.s knock-out, The Conjuring, which is still the best of the series by a country mile.

So that’s what pundit John Nolte does for fun. Not that I should judge; I had a fetish for the Syfy Channel for years.

The Conjuring and its 2016 sequel had two things in common. Both were supernatural, haunted house thrillers and both starred Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson as Lorraine and Ed Warren, a real-life married couple who spent their lives investigating the paranormal. The Warrens were also devout Catholics totally devoted to one another.

Lazy scriptwriting, right off the bat. The first tip-off is “based on a true story”. Get a writer, you hacks! The second is a husband-and-wife Catholic paranormal investigation team. That’s the horror equivalent of sending the 101st Airborne to thwart a nuclear missile launch… it’s the ideal men for the job, which takes a lot of horror out of the horror story.

How is the movie supposed to be scary when the protagonists are ideally suited to exposition the plot to death? You can make a good adventure movie this way, Jurassic Park’s Ian Malcolm is an easy example, and you can do it for comedy like Ghostbusters did, but not horror.

[Nota bene, I haven’t watched this movie. Horror’s not my thing generally and Christian fiction sucks more ass than a Congressman.]

I suspect this movie, far from being horror, is Christian Porn. The appeal of functional Christianity is undeniable; the current drought of divine favor might just be unprecedented since the days of Noah. Regardless, the sad truth is that institutional religion and Complementarian marriages do not work outside the realm of imagination. You can roleplay “Modern Churchianity is a good idea” if I can roleplay “I’m a dragon”.

This new chapter thankfully holds on to Farmiga and Wilson but wisely jettisons the haunted house setting. The Devil Made Me Do It is more along the lines of a race-against-the-clock procedural, which is a nice change of pace but admittedly a letdown for horror fans like myself looking to re-experience the original Conjuring’s unbearable sense of dread.

Yes, it’s hard to get a sense of dread from watching professionals do what they trained for years to do.

The Devil Made Me Do It is based in part on the true story of the Warrens. involvement in a 1981 case involving the exorcism of a young boy that led to a brutal murder. The murderer, Arne Johnson, pleaded Not Guilty by Reason of Demonic Possession. Because they believed him, the Warrens fought for his acquittal.

Are you f*cking serious? The plot of this movie is “we should let the murderer go free because it wasn’t him, it was the voices in his head using his body, and it totally won’t happen again if we just wave a Cross at him”?

That’s not even fiction. That’s Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon and he is no Christian.

Yeah, that’s why I don’t watch horror movies. I prefer my entertainment to be an ESCAPE from the real world. I want to scare myself, I look out my window at the police putting LGBT rainbow stickers on their cruisers. Stupid Commiefornia.

In the movie, (I don’t know how much of the following is based on the actual case)…

Very little. A court cannot rule “not guilty by demonic possession” without being able to see the demon under a microscope. Also, we Christians know that demons don’t possess people for a quickie drive-by shooting or something. That’s just not how it works.

…to prove Arne was indeed possessed and to save him from the electric chair, the Warrens are under the gun to not only convince a jury demonic possession is real…

We may conclude that in addition to being registered Catholics, the Warrens are also registered Democrats.

… but to put an end to a satanic ritual that, if completed, will cost a number of innocent people their souls.

I am reliably informed that the trick to stopping such rituals is cutting the red wire first.

What makes The Devil Made Me Do It work is not the plot…

As I suspected.

…or its jump scares…

As I suspected. Get a writer, you hacks!

…but Wilson and Farmiga and a powerful theme about how evil has no motive other than the defilement of innocence and chaos, and can only be stopped (albeit temporarily) through vigilance, decency, and faith in Christ.

What a defeatist and materialist form of Christianity that is. No wonder that Cuckservatives cannot identify Evil when it presents itself as a victim.

Chaos is not a goal of the devil. As history records many times, he’s perfectly fine with institutionalized murder, theft and destruction.

What the Conjuring trilogy offers us is something truly rare these days: two uncomplicated, utterly sincere married protagonists who are deeply in love, who live by their Catholic faith, seek to do good, and who are portrayed by Hollywood as just that. And it works. The Warrens have no dark side, no moral flaws, which is what makes them so fascinating, relatable, and heroic.

The spirit of Christ is Twu Wuv and good intentions? With the woman, so far as this review presents her, being a peer on equal authority with her husband? I cannot imagine allowing a wife I cared about anywhere near exorcism work. She is the weaker, more easily deceived vessel. Which would have been a much better plot: the murderer is revealed cured of demonic possession, but only because the demon managed to transfer into wifey thanks to the carelessness of hubby assuming she was Strong & Independent just like him. No need for jump scares, just a bedroom scene in which wifey isn’t speaking in her normal voice anymore… he saved the murderer at the price of his own blood….

Modern-day Hollywood will tell you characters without moral flaws are boring, but this of course is a crutch and pure rubbish. Not only does the Conjuring prove that a lie, so too did much of Hollywood’s Golden Age.

Flawless characters ARE boring. There’s no room for character growth. No hard choices or competing loyalties to be navigated.

Instead, we get jump scares.

Not to get too far off track, but a good example is the difference between J. Lee Thompson’s original Cape Fear (1962) and Martin Scorsese’s overwrought 1991 remake.

While Scorsese’s remake had all the advantages of a massive budget, an A-list cast (Robert De Niro, Jessica Lange, Nick Nolte), and none of 1962.s boundaries on explicit content, it is still by far the lesser of the two. Why? Well, there’s a few reasons, but the primary one is Scorsese perverting the very thing that made the original so compelling, what made it a stone-cold classic.

On top of Robert Mitchum’s Oscar-worthy-for-the-ages performance as Max Cady, 1962.s Cape Fear is deliberately about unspeakable, unstoppable evil (Mitchum) seeking to corrupt and then destroy Gregory Peck and Polly Bergen’s wholesome American family. That’s where the horror comes from, the dread. I’ve seen the 1962 version at least 20 times, it never loses its power.

Do you see the difference Mr. Nolte? Those protagonists were not Vatican-trained professional exorcists. They were normal, likable people, which gives the audience representation in the story.

Scorsese, for whatever ludicrous reason, either forgot this or didn’t care. His family is the opposite of wholesome. Dad’s having an affair and violated his legal code of ethics, mom’s a boozy and bitter drunk, and the daughter actually wants to be corrupted. So what we get instead of a theme that sits in our gut like a block of ice, is an admittedly well-directed cat-and-mouse slasher movie that’s also pretty forgettable.

Because the audience didn’t care about THOSE normal people. Not because the family was not Churchian enough to qualify as Good People.

The Conjuring would be a true pile of nothing special if it went this same route . if, say, while fighting Satan, Ed and Lorraine were trying to salvage a crumbling marriage and questioning their faith.

Nolte is missing the point of the Cape Fear remake, which was to destroy a good act of storytelling by overwriting it. The Cape Fear remake was intentionally bad, like all of Current Year remakes. The audience was not supposed to care about the family.

For a man excited about a Christian couple fighting against evil, Nolte misses a lot of real-world opportunities.

The truth is that in truly talented hands, black and white can work beautifully, and with the pitch-perfect casting of Wilson and most especially Farmiga (the rare actress today who is beautiful, talented, and interesting enough she would’ve made a mark in the Golden Age), and it’s that deliberate approach that lifts the Conjuring into something special.

If you like green eyes, I guess, but she’s already cut her hair and is shaping it into a Skrillex.

In a few years, when I sit down for a rewatch of The Devil Made Me Do It, it won’t be for the scares . it wasn’t all that scary the first time. It will be for the richer experience of a thematic undercurrent that explores how incorruptible decency is its own superpower. If you look close enough, this fascinating theme drives the whole movie, including a subplot involving another priest. To me, at least, theme is what matters most and what brings me back again and again.

The idea that being Nice Enough is a superpower? The theme that women can be put on the frontlines of war while remaining fresh and desirable? The fantasy that being a credentialed member of an established, large denomination is not a hopelessly stupid idea in Current Year?

In today’s dull, preachy, predictable, insulting, and off-putting world of TV and movies, Christian decency is the new edgy, Ed and Lorraine Warren are the new counterculture, and hopefully, we haven’t seen the last of them.

So he wishes. He wishes very hard, that the lies he’s been fed his entire life are not lies at all. That following his Assigned Life Script will make him a great man. That just because a murderer is stained to his elbows in innocent blood, doesn’t mean he isn’t a good kid goin’ to college.

The Hills Are Alive With the Sound Of Nogger Math

Which is it? Are all ethnic groups equally capable of learning hard sciences, or can Blacks only learn math via interpretive dance and organized protests? I’ll get in trouble if I answer that so let’s hear from an accomplished STEM Nogger!

5 ways to use hip-hop in the classroom to build better understanding of science

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By Edmund Adjapong, 3 June 2021

Back when I attended M.S. 101 in the Bronx, I tuned out the science teacher because I didn’t think science was for me. I viewed the subject as something distant and inaccessible. I never saw myself becoming a scientist.

That’s fine. Lots of other things that one can do in life.

Things changed, however, when my physics teacher at Marie Curie High School used hip-hop to make connections with science.

Now there’s a sentence that you did not expect to read today.

We learned about the physics of pendulums by using hip-hop artists. chains as examples and participated in call-and-responses to remember science information.

Once I’d found an approach that finally appealed to me, hip-hop set me on a course to become a science teacher myself.

Those who can, DJ; those who can’t, teach?

But not just any kind of science teacher. Instead, I became a hip-hop science educator. My mission in life is to educate teachers on how to use hip-hop to get more students to have a positive experience with science . something that is imperative in a global economy and at a time when the growth in STEM jobs in the U.S. is expected to outpace non-STEM occupations at a rate of more than 2 to 1 in the coming decade.

Um… I cannot connect those thoughts… “there are no national trade barriers” with “we must teach math via hip-hop”.

Unfortunately, students of color often fail to get the kind of education necessary to take advantage of STEM jobs. Research demonstrates that 18% of first-year Black college students want to pursue a STEM degree, around the same as first-year white college students.

That sounds low for whites.

But only 34% of Black students complete their STEM major, compared to 58% of white students. Reasons for the low percentage of Black STEM graduates include lack of preparation in STEM in high school and feelings of exclusion, isolation and discouraging academic experiences.

Do Blacks enjoy STEM? Serious question. Whites do. There are entire nerd & geek cultures. All of which are pasty-skinned WEIRD-o types.

When I look at Africa, I do not see a love for science… or… anything that might be called “how to make things work”. I do see hip-hop, however. Really great performances.

The problem starts in the classroom, where science is often taught from a Western viewpoint with a focus mainly on the contributions of white Europeans which fails to recognize the contributions of Africans to science.

Consequently, teachers often don’t know how to make science relevant to the students they teach. Many students of color, then, fail to develop a science identity.

Which is it? “We need a science-based identity” or “too much science is cracker-sourced”.

Hip-hop as a way of life
In order to effectively use hip-hop in the classroom, it pays to understand that hip-hop is more than just a music form. Hip-hop is a culture that has influenced and empowered young people across the globe, especially those from marginalized groups, since its inception.

We aren’t talking science anymore. Look, if you can’t sit still in front of a math textbook then you can’t do math. It’s that simple. Mental focus and abstract thought are prerequisite for science like lifting heavy objects is a prerequisite for strength. Whether ‘society needs more scientists’ makes no difference to whether the members of society are capable of science.

Hip-hop can be seen as being built upon five essential creative elements. Those elements are 1) MC’ing; 2) graffiti; 3) break-dancing, 4) DJ’ing and 5) knowledge of self, which includes knowledge of your own character, values, abilities and emotions.

What I’ve found through my research is that hip-hop can help girls of color develop a science identity.

Pretty sure that would be a hip-hop identity.

Girls of color have shared having positive experiences in science when hip-hop was used as an approach to teaching. This has increased their comfort with engaging in science and supported them in developing positive science identity. While most studies focused on using hip-hop in science focus on Black students, I believe that using hip-hop can support all students, as hip-hop is the most popular genre of music in America.

Based on my study of hip-hop in the classroom, here are ways that educators can use the five elements of hip-hop to help students connect more strongly with science.

1. Get on the mic
One of the most prominent elements of hip-hop is to serve as an MC. That’s where rappers take the microphone and perform their lyrical content and control the show verbally, which is an effective way of delivering a message to an audience.

The message of differential equations!

2. Write big and bold on the board

Just like graffiti is used in hip-hop to convey messages and claim space, students can similarly treat the whiteboard . or chalkboard . as their canvas to illustrate and explain scientific concepts.

For example, in my middle school science class, students drew visual representations of the different layers of Earth’s atmosphere using symbols and characters that represented their understanding.

Valid, but let me point out that this dude self-identified as a visual learner. “Math is white privilege because the book has no pictures!”

3. Have students move around
Just as break-dancing is the kinesthetic aspect of hip-hop culture, the teaching of science offers plenty of opportunities for students to do physical learning activities.

Returning to my previous question, if science needs some interpretive dancing to open up “physical learning activities” then those students are not interested in science. Forcing the issue will not benefit anybody.

For example, when discussing the various states of matter, students can imagine themselves as particles and move around the classroom as particles would when their energy increases or decreases. When energy decreases, students should be moving closer to one another to the point where they are huddled in a fixed position to mimic a solid. When energy increases, students should move around the classroom at a faster speed to mimic a gas.

Hmm… needs basketballs and team jerseys, too. Then the students can go to college on a ‘science’ scholarship.

4. Use music to set the mood

5. Work on socially relevant projects
Just as hip-hop emphasizes knowledge of self and being authentic, students should be given opportunities to work on science projects that are relevant to their lives and make a difference in their communities.

For example, in my middle school science class, students were taught that the Bronx has the highest asthma rates in the nation due to having the worst air pollution levels in the U.S., and decided to raise awareness in the community by creating picket signs with asthma statistics.

“Today in chemistry class, we’re going to learn how to make Molotov cocktails.”

Using hip-hop in the science classroom allows students to develop an increased level of comfort when engaging in the subject and supports the development of a positive science identity. When young people engage in science while making connections to hip-hop, they are able to develop their own understanding of science and feel more prepared and knowledgeable in regards to content.

WorkingWell Instead Of Humanely

I have some thoughts coming on transhumanism and the Great Reset. For now, here’s the future envisioned by Amazon for its bipedal cattle.

From Body Mechanics to Mindfulness, Amazon Launches Employee-Designed Health and Safety Program called WorkingWell Across U.S. Operations

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Press Release, 17 May 2021

Part of the company’s mission to be Earth’s Safest Place to Work…


…and its investment of over $300 million into safety projects in 2021, WorkingWell will help prevent injuries, provide wellness services, and offer quality healthcare for employees while at work and at home

Program components will roll out to all Amazon operations sites in the U.S. by end of year with the aim of cutting recordable incident rates by 50 percent by 2025.

Emphasis mine. They can reduce “recordable” incident rates either by spending $1 billion on employee improvements or $0.01 billion on a few Senators. Decisions, decisions.

SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 17, 2021– Today Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) announced the launch of WorkingWell, a new comprehensive program providing employees with physical and mental activities, wellness exercises, and healthy eating support that are scientifically proven to help them recharge and reenergize, and ultimately reduce the risk of injury.

If you know as much about corporate boardroom bullshit as I do, a cold wave of ice-water terror just rolled down your spine. But don’t worry, this program is by employees, for employees!

The program is part of the company’s investment of more than $300 million into safety projects in 2021, and its mission to be Earth’s Safest Place to Work. There are a number of components of WorkingWell, each of which was developed in collaboration with employees from within Amazon operations. Aspects of WorkingWell piloted in the U.S. in 2019, and the program has since expanded to 859,000 employees at 350 sites in North America and Europe. By the end of 2021, WorkingWell will expand further to cover all of Amazon’s operations network in the U.S. with the aim of cutting recordable incident rates by 50 percent by 2025.

The health and safety of employees is Amazon’s number one priority and has been since day one. The company works closely with health and safety experts and scientists, conducts thousands of safety inspections each day in its buildings, and has made hundreds of changes based on employee feedback to improve their well-being at work, including development of the WorkingWell program.

Attention Amazon employees! You are guinea pigs in the second greatest eugenics experiment ever conducted in human history. I don’t mean eugenics as in forced sterilization–that would be the quaccine which you volunteered for–I mean the efforts of BigCorp to breed slave castes of workers smart enough to learn, stupid enough to do whatever they’re told and craven enough to absorb any level of manipulative, mean-spirited abuse.

Not just Amazon employees. I see the same efforts upon fry cooks in burger joints to salesmen in retail outlets to, God help them, worker bees in order-fulfillment warehouses. They absorb levels of abuse that I simply cannot fathom, to the point that it’s becoming a clear way of life for a subset of the American population.

We need a better fate for our posterity.

.Amazon takes our safety very seriously, and my managers have made it clear to me it’s more important than anything, even productivity and quality,. said Jeffrey Ku, operations employee at an Amazon fulfillment center in Aurora, CO. .WorkingWell is an extension of makes sure we’re taking care of our minds and bodies. It encourages us to make positive changes to how we work, and since I started watching the program’s health and safety videos, I’ve incorporated a stretching routine into my day..

I call BS. Nobody watches those videos… and lives!

Similar to other jobs of this kind, about 40 percent of work-related injuries at Amazon are musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) which include sprains or strains caused by repetitive motions, and they’re more likely to occur among newer employees, many of whom might be working in a physical role for the first time. Pilots of the WorkingWell program have reduced these injuries, and have had a positive impact on regular day-to-day activities for employees outside of work. In fact, this program.along with other company initiatives focused on early MSD prevention.helped decrease MSD-related injuries by 32 percent from 2019 to 2020.

.Amazon has identified some innovative technologies and approaches to address employee well-being and the implementation of training and wellness programs in their facilities,. says Jennifer McNelly, American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) CEO. .The occupational safety and health community thrives on sharing innovations, best practices and lessons learned. We look forward to Amazon continuing to share ideas and information about these new methods and approaches to improve workplace safety in the United States and globally..

WorkingWell is a comprehensive program with a number of components covering training and conditioning, wellness services, and technology, including the following, scientifically proven health and safety education and exercises:

I will give their advice followed by my own.

Health & Safety Huddles: Daily opportunities to engage employees on strong body mechanics, wellness topics, and ongoing safety education. Operations leaders and small groups of socially distanced employees…

They’re not literal huddles, you plague-rat huggers! Get with the New Normal!

…gather near work stations and watch short interactive videos on rotating topics created by health and safety professionals and injury prevention specialists. Topics rotate on a monthly basis and range from gripping and handling, pushing and pulling, nutrition, and more. In the last year during its pilot phase, Health & Safety Huddles contributed to reducing MSD-related injuries and received nearly 90 percent positive feedback from surveyed employees.

GQ’s counter-recommendation: bathroom breaks, no stop-clock.

Wellness Zones: Provides employees with voluntary stretching and muscle recovery via easily accessible, dedicated spaces within Amazon’s operations buildings. These areas incorporate interactive videos and written information to help employees proactively improve their health and wellness in areas like body mechanics, wellness topics like best practices in stretching, ongoing safety education, and more.

GQ’s counter-recommendation:

Replace social-isolating stickers with rubber mats and remove face diapers so employees can relate to each other as human beings. Fresh oxygen is a cheap and very underrated wellness exercise!

AmaZen: Guides employees through mindfulness practices in individual interactive kiosks at buildings.

No human beings?

During shifts employees can visit AmaZen stations and watch short videos featuring easy-to-follow wellbeing activities, including [computer-]guided meditations, positive affirmations, calming scenes with sounds, and more. Employees like Katie Miller from an Amazon fulfillment center in Etna, OH, say the pilot program has been helpful. She shared, .Self-care is important, and AmaZen gives me an opportunity to take time for myself to just pause and regroup which helps me be better at work. When I take that time, I come back to work more focused, and it has a lasting effect on the rest of my day..

GQ’s counter-recommendation: Christianity. With real, live clergy.

Wellness Centers: Amazon-staffed spaces dedicated to preventing injuries and illness through preventative self-care, health and safety education, as well as first-aid treatment in case of injury. First aid trained onsite medical representatives and certified athletic trainers called Injury Prevention Specialists bring diverse backgrounds to these Centers to deliver quality onsite safety and wellness care to operations employees.

Da fuq… they haven’t been providing first aid yet? And now they’re calling their on-site medics ‘certified athletic trainers’ to get around those pesky, expensive First Responder certifications?

GQ’s counter-recommendation: Don’t work at Amazon.

EatWell: Developed to support the overall nutritional health and wellbeing of employees by promoting healthy eating and increasing the availability of healthier options. In onsite breakrooms, signage is displayed to highlight healthy choices such as fruit, granola bars, and vegetable snack packs. Through this program, the company has also increased the selection of healthier options available to employees in site breakrooms. In its initial pilot, EatWell has increased awareness of healthy eating by 60 percent and has helped over 50 percent of surveyed employees make healthier choices.

Translation, they put granola bars and vegan gummies in the breakroom vending machines.

Why are they even doing this? Your government, excuse me, employer has no business ‘helpfully informing’ you what you should eat. Perhaps giving vegans a chance to tell the world they’re vegan will prevent their spontaneous combustion, thereby lowering the injury rate.

GQ’s counter-recommendation: Put bacon in the drinking water to discourage unhealthy veganism. Also cures Islam!

Neighborhood Health Centers: Offers Amazon employees and their families quality, convenient, and affordable healthcare within 10 miles of where they work and live. In partnership with Crossover Health, these Centers provide access to comprehensive primary care services to help members be well and stay well.

This is getting Orwellian. “Your company offers you everything you need in life. You have no reason to shop elsewhere.”

With a focus on acute, chronic, and preventive primary care health needs, a wide range of services are offered at these Centers. Examples include prescription medication services, vaccinations, mental health, physical therapy, health coaching for conditions like diabetes and hypertension, and care navigation to specialty referral services, as well as same-day pediatric services.

GQ’s counter-recommendation: Do not work at Amazon, or ANYWHERE in which your employer’s idea of offering health care is buying out the local hospital and replacing it with giant vending machines and psychologists trained to profile for disturbed male loners.

Since the initial rollout of 17 sites across five cities in the U.S., patients have reported over 90 percent satisfaction, and over 85 percent of Amazon employees consider Neighborhood Health Centers their single place for healthcare.

Hmm. On the one hand, every poll and survey here says that over 85% of Amazon workers are so happy and fulfilled that they never want to leave their company’s fenced campus anymore. On the other hand, when I walk by their campus at night I hear the screams of the damned.

Mind & Body Moments: Hourly prompts employees receive at their workstations guiding them through a series of scientifically proven physical and mental activities to help recharge and reenergize, and ultimately reduce the risk of injury. These activities, designed to reduce muscle and mental fatigue, range from various stretching recommendations, breathing exercises, and mental reflections.

*ding* “Big Brother loves you. Big Brother wants you to be safe and healthy. Big Brother says grab your ankles for a very special Vaxx-mas.” *ding* “You are falling behind on quota. Your bathroom break is voided, unlike your bowels.”

Since piloting this program in select sites, employees have shared that these moments have improved their physical and mental wellbeing while at work. By the end of the year, Mind & Body Moments will evolve to more personalized prompts.

*ding* “Big Brother loves you, Employee #2-4601.”

Connect & Comment Kiosks: Gathers employee feedback to help drive improvements to current WorkingWell components and ideate on future offerings. These kiosks also give employees an onsite location to access wellness services and content, connecting them with hundreds of pieces of content including health and safety training, wellness tips, information on Wellness Centers, and Mind & Body Moments.

At no point in any of this, do they recommend any form of interpersonal socialization.

WorkingWell Mobile App: Will soon provide at-home access to all of the onsite safety, health and wellness offerings in Amazon buildings including AmaZen, EatWell, Mind & Body Moments. The Working Well Mobile App offers employees a digital library to help facilitate proactive wellness behaviors like stretching and muscle recovery, mindfulness exercises, and body mechanics coaching.

We Christians got the Mark of the Beast backwards. It’s not a microchip inside us; it’s our soul sucked into a smartphone prison.

WorkingWell was developed by employees who care deeply about their co-workers and are dedicated to promoting workplace health and safety. The WorkingWell team will continue to elicit feedback and ideas from employees, and use the science of safety to solve problems and establish new industry best practices in its relentless pursuit to support employees and keep them healthy and safe every day.

Obligatory eye bleach warning and here we go!!! Let’s meet the employees who thought that all this top-down, literally inhuman ‘caring’ was a good idea.

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The Sisterhood Bites the Apple

Have you ever looked at Apple’s logo? REALLY looked at it? It’s the forbidden fruit of Eden. I always wondered why they’d chosen such a Biblical image for their logo. For most of my life, I naively assumed that the founders were simply atheists who liked apples, but now the raging feminist fruit of Eden has metastasized through the carefully maintained fa?ade of Apple as a trendy and hip computer cult.


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By Zoe Schiffer, 25 May 2021

Zoe Schiffer. Oh yeah, baby.

Even to the workers who wrote the letter, the leaks came as a shock. Apple employees rarely speak to the media, particularly about the company culture. In Silicon Valley, Apple operates with an unprecedented level of secrecy, managing personnel issues and product launches with complete authority.

The culture has benefits for employees. People work at Apple because they are design fanatics. The elegant hardware products are seen by many as unmatched in the tech industry. Fewer leaks mean fewer distractions and more time to focus on the work.

The company also has an aura of prestige. Working at Apple is widely seen as the pinnacle of success in the tech industry, even more than the company’s biggest rivals. If Google is a sprawl of creativity and ideas, Apple represents a workplace of organization and vision. People don’t go there for a few months or a year; they stay for decades. The tenure makes employees loyal.

The word Zoe that is reaching for, is “cult”. Apple is a cult. Walk into any temple… Apple store, I mean… and you will be swiftly approached by a eunuch offering guidance and insight. Be sure to ‘pay’ homage at the altars displaying new product!

So it was surprising, to some, when the company hired Antonio Garc?a Mart?nez, a former product manager at Facebook who.d written a tell-all book about Silicon Valley. Garc?a Mart?nez.s tone in the book was brash and misogynistic . it didn’t match with Apple’s carefully managed public image and commitment to diversity.

“d00d, WTF were you thinking when you hired Martinez?!”

“That our commitment to diversity should include alternative beliefs as well as alternative cultures.”


After he arrived, multiple female Apple employees went public about their concerns on Twitter . a rarity at a company where employees are discouraged from sharing their opinions about work. .I have been gutted, as many other folks at Apple were, with the hiring of Antonio Garc?a Mart?nez,. wrote Apple engineer Cher Scarlett. .I believe in the strength of community we have at Apple, & that the culture we’ve built can weather this. I also believe in leadership to do the right thing, whatever that is..

And so the burning began.

Then, a group of workers wrote a letter calling for an investigation. .Given Mr. Garc?a Mart?nez.s history of publishing overtly racist and sexist remarks about his former colleagues, we are concerned that his presence at Apple will contribute to an unsafe working environment for our colleagues who are at risk of public harassment and private bullying,. they said.

Within hours, the letter had well over 1,000 signatures. It was leaked to The Verge. That evening, Garc?a Mart?nez was fired.


The events stunned even the letter writers. They.d expected the note to cause a stir inside Apple, but they hadn’t intended for it to become public.

A trendy Silicon Valley company was shocked when its dirty laundry got aired on social media? How did they think this would never happen?

.The leak was very shocking to everybody who was vocal and involved in writing the letter,. says one worker who asked to remain anonymous for fear of professional retaliation. .Either somebody is a very good actor or there’s someone else who felt like the letter was going to disappear unless it became public..

Ah, of course. Cults tend to have very effective internal security. When it comes to the concept of Omerta, Sicilians have nothing on Scientologists. This poor sod was afraid even to admit that somebody had talked!

A week after The Verge published the Garc?a Mart?nez letter, a group of Muslim employees at Apple penned a note calling for the company to release a statement in support of Palestine. When Tim Cook didn’t respond, the letter was leaked to The Verge.

…But when the code of silence finally breaks, it’s BROKEN:

The two letters, and their leaks, are signs of a slow cultural shift at Apple. Employees, once tight-lipped about internal problems, are now joining a wave of public dissent that’s roiling Silicon Valley. Employees say this is partly because Apple’s typical avenues for reporting don’t work for big cultural issues. They also note the company rolled out Slack in 2019, allowing workers to find and organize with one another.

Of course Apple doesn’t (yet) have an internal avenue for demanding regime change in the Mideast. Once the Martinez scandal broke the wall, however, evil people began to leverage the exposure for their own benefit.

But what was it about Martinez that blew the floodgates open so completely, so quickly?

Apple.s cowardly surrender to the mob

It beats me why 21st-century women so hellbent on progress conform so readily to patriarchal stereotypes

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By Mary Wakefield, 27 May 2021

With a subtitle like that, ‘Dis Gonna Be Good!

A few weeks ago, more than 2,000 employees of Apple Inc. signed a petition that led to the sacking of a clever and capable tech engineer, Antonio Garc?a Mart?nez. Garc?a Mart?nez was fired for sexism . not because he behaved badly towards any women, but because of a passage in a book he wrote five years ago. The book was Chaos Monkeys, an expos? of the Silicon Valley scene, and here’s the offending sentence: .Most women in the Bay Area are soft and weak, cosseted and naive despite their claims of worldliness, and generally full of shit.but the reality is, come the epidemic plague or a foreign invasion, they.d become precisely the sort of useless baggage you.d trade for a box of shotgun shells or a jerry can of diesel..

Heehee, it’s funny because it’s true.


Chaos Monkeys was a New York Times bestseller . funny, confessional and pacy. Everyone at Apple who welcomed Antonio on board would have read it. No one took issue with the book when he was hired, but a week after he started the poisoned petition began to circulate: .We are deeply concerned about the recent hiring of Antonio Garc?a Mart?nez,. it read. .His misogynistic statements.directly oppose Apple’s commitment to Inclusion and Diversity. We are profoundly distraught by what this hire means for Apple’s commitment to inclusion goals as well as its real and immediate impact on those working near Mr Garc?a Mart?nez..

“Inclusion goals should only include REAL people, not masculine men!”

Did Apple defend Garc?a Mart?nez? Of course it didn’t. Apple crumbled. Victory for Bay Area Woman.

And victory for Martinez. He didn’t really want to work in that shark tank. Or the skank tank, as we can now see through the social media cracks.

But was it really a win for women? No. It wasn.t. I reckon it set back the feminist cause decades. And were the petitioners really women?

Yes. Painfully obviously, yes. Stupid question. You just saw all the women pretending they were male computer nerds, swarm in concert against a man who said the obvious, that they aren’t men and never will be…

…and in fact, are unpleasant ugly bitch-faced worn-out fat sex toys whose best use in the coming New World Order, will be getting bartered for a box of shotgun shells or a jerry can of diesel.

I.m not so sure. This was a new low for American cancel culture, and the best explanation I can think of is that, for the most part, the petitioners were men.

No, and she provides the QED herself at the end of this post.

It’s not that I dislike men or imagine them stupid. It’s just that I’ve come to think that people are sometimes most blinkered and most vicious when they’re rallying to a cause that’s not their own. Ally syndrome let’s call it. Allies are often more merciless because the wrong isn’t theirs to forgive.

No, Mizz Wakefield. That’s why allies care LESS, because they aren’t the wronged party.

Or perhaps I simply don’t want to believe that women can be so dim.

Yes. That.

If the petition really was signed by women, in defense of women, then somewhere along the way feminism’s done a nosedive. If you read the contentious sentence in context (and God forgive those petitioners if they didn’t), it is in fact not an attack, but a love letter to Garc?a Mart?nez.s then girlfriend. Bay Area Woman is simply there to provide dramatic contrast; to show how relatively tough and capable the girlfriend is.

There’s no true Scotsman but these feminists are acting so true to type that it’s like they’re following a script. For a movie! ABOUT PATRIARCHY!

But apart from her physical ineptitude, where is Bay Area Woman’s brain?

She asked it, not me!

You just can’t complain that a man is perpetuating a sexist stereotype of women as wimpy, and then hyperventilate about the thought of sitting next to him. Or if you do, you’re literally proving his point . and that’s not a millennial .literally., as in “literally unsafe” or “literally killing people” by insulting them on Twitter. It’s straight-up, old-fashioned literally true. It absolutely beats me why these 21st-century women so hellbent on progress conform so readily to patriarchal stereotypes, fainting away at any whiff of offense. Perhaps Apple should stock smelling salts beside the hand gel dispensers.

I couldn’t say it better myself.

.Given Mr Garc?a Mart?nez.s history of publishing overtly racist and sexist remarks,. the petition went on, .we are concerned that his presence at Apple will contribute to an unsafe working environment for our colleagues who are at risk of public harassment and private bullying..

What is the truth here? Would a girl be unsafe sitting next to Antonio Garc?a Mart?nez?

One word: manspreading.

The only evidence the petitioners present is from Chaos Monkeys, but I’ve scoured it for misogyny, and found so little it’s almost disappointing. Garc?a Mart?nez is a workaholic tech nerd. Throughout the book he has one long-term romance and behaves, I’d say, in an exemplary way. For instance: when the tough-nut girlfriend discovers she is pregnant, Garc?a Mart?nez sticks with her and agrees to be a father. He does it although he doesn’t himself want a child, because he knows how much the toughie wants one. Are you listening, Bay Area Woman? How many of you have been ghosted by men with all the right views on gender or, say, Palestine? Don’t actions speak louder than words?

There’s a bit of advice buried in Chaos Monkeys that Bay Area girls might find handy: .Unlike maniacal focus, though, which is a personality trait too difficult to mould once in adulthood, this thing . call it grit, perseverance, or whatever . is something that can be learned,. writes Garc?a Mart?nez. .If you feel you don’t possess that strength within you, then go ride a bicycle across the United States, sail a boat across an ocean, or join the Marines. Whatever it takes to build those reserves of mental endurance..

A better idea for women: ACT LIKE WOMEN. You aren’t men. Don’t try to be men. Appreciate us. Serve us. Be pretty for us. Like us on Facebook. But no, Annie Oakley, you want that career in the cubicle farm working sixty hours a week instead!

What I find so particularly annoying about the affair is that it brings back a memory of a comparable situation, in which men behaved as I wish these women would. Nearly 20 years ago, when I arrived at The Spectator, a young Canadian writer called Leah McLaren submitted an article about the deficiencies of English men, which was in some ways an echo of that passage in Chaos Monkeys. Leah had been dating a selection of Hugh Grant types, West London Man as I remember, and she was scathing: .Since moving to London, my romantic life has been characterized by last-minute text messages, incomprehensible drunkards, first-date coke-bingers and split bar tabs. I quickly learnt that if you let an English man pay, you.ll have to listen to him whine about it later.” Her conclusion was many English men were emotionally stunted, borderline alcoholic, misogynist and probably secretly gay.

Did the men of The Spectator rise up in outrage? Did they feel triggered and demand Leah piece’s hit the spike? Nope. The piece went on the cover and Boris Johnson, then the editor, invited Leah to lunch.

QED, Mizz Wakefield, it was indeed women who signed the petition to cancel Martinez for hurting Wammins’ fee-fees five years ago.

Swan Song Of the Military-Industrial Complex

This Memorial Day didn’t feel like previous ones. It’s not a good feeling when everything one remembers about his country and way of life is just that… in the past. I celebrated this Memorial Day by being ordered out of a hardware store for wearing a noncompliant style of face diaper. I’m sure that’s what the men resting in Arlington gave their lives to see happen. /sarc

Recently, a bunch of active and retired French military warned the French national government that they would stage a coup unless the French national government promises to stop the destruction of France that it’s been intentionally destroying for 20-30 years. Good luck with that… with signing a public parchment warning your enemies of your intent to fight them unless they pinky-swear at you. Or, unless they match your name to your address in their database and pay you a preemptive visit. What would an evil overlord do in that situation, I wonder?

Now America wants to be France. I feel like I missed a memo somewhere.

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Open Letter from Retired Generals and Admirals

I expect this will be an apology for their total failure to protect us from Totalitarian Communism?

Our Nation is in deep peril. We are in a fight for our survival as a Constitutional Republic like no other time since our founding in 1776. The conflict is between supporters of Socialism and Marxism vs. supporters of Constitutional freedom and liberty.

Dudes… like your careers, that war is over. You lost it, the ones of you who didn’t actively sell out. I *ahem* EXPECT this will be an APOLOGY.

During the 2020 election an “Open Letter from Senior Military Leaders” was signed by 317 retired Generals and Admirals and, it said the 2020 election could be the most important election since our country was founded. .With the Democrat Party welcoming Socialists and Marxists, our historic way of life is at stake..

How did that letter work out for you?

Unfortunately, that statement’s truth was quickly revealed, beginning with the election process itself.

Keep trying until it works, I suppose. Hence THIS letter!

Nobody asked you, Albert.

Without fair and honest elections that accurately reflect the “will of the people” our Constitutional Republic is lost. Election integrity demands…

Blah blah blah. Such pious words from mouths whose oaths soiled the flag worse than I ever could even after binging at Taco Bell. Skipping their synopsis which would have been useful circa 1975,

We must support and hold accountable politicians who will act to counter Socialism, Marxism and Progressivism, support our Constitutional Republic, and insist on fiscally responsible governing while focusing on ALL Americans…

“We” the retired royalty of the armed forces who STILL won’t name the Jew, or “we” the white male taxpayers who are no longer participants in our own government? Not that Jews are the sole source of our problems… we have retired admirals, too.

Additional National Security Issues and Actions:

Sounds like they’re starting a new political party. Headquartered in the Villages, Florida, I assume?

. Open borders jeopardize national security by increasing human trafficking, drug cartels, terrorists entry, health/CV19 dangers, and humanitarian crises. Illegals are flooding our Country bringing high economic costs, crime, lowering wages, and illegal voting in some states. We must reestablish border controls and continue building the wall while supporting our dedicated border control personnel. Sovereign nations must have controlled borders.

Forget naming the Jew. They can’t even name MASS IMMIGRATION as an existential problem for America. What good would a “big, beautiful wall” do if the globalists only need to issue permission slips ten feet before the hordes reach it?

. China is the greatest external threat to America. Establishing cooperative relations with the Chinese Communist Party emboldens them to continue progress toward world domination, militarily, economically, politically and technologically. We must impose more sanctions and restrictions to impede their world domination goal and protect America’s interests.

The United Nations is the greatest external threat to America followed by Israel.

. The free flow of information is critical to the security of our Republic, as illustrated by freedom of speech and the press being in the 1st Amendment of our Constitution. Censoring speech and expression, distorting speech, spreading disinformation by government officials, private entities, and the media is a method to suppress the free flow of information, a tyrannical technique used in closed societies. We must counter this on all fronts beginning with removing Section 230 protection from big tech.

Old news. I already blogged on how Big Tech has prepared its bypass of Section 230 reform.


I, a mere keyboard commando, am better informed than a thousand Pentagon stars. That should not be; however, many of the undersigned Pentagon types turned out to be pilots. A pity their hindsight was never checked during those flight physicals.

. Re-engaging in the flawed Iran Nuclear Deal would result in Iran acquiring nuclear weapons along with the means to deliver them, thereby upsetting Mideast peace initiatives and aiding a terrorist nation whose slogans and goals include “death to America” and “death to Israel. . We must resist the new China/Iran agreement and not support the Iran Nuclear Deal. In addition, continue with the Mideast peace initiatives, the “Abraham Accords,. and support for Israel.

How did Israel manage to upload Zionism microchips into so many, MANY American brain stems? Maybe giving nukes to Iran would be a good move. The first SCROTUS to do so would claim the coveted “he brought lasting peace to the Chosen People” award the following day. Which is why God won’t let me anywhere near the nuclear launch codes, but hold THAT thought for a moment!

. Stopping the Keystone Pipeline eliminates our recently established energy independence and causes us to be energy dependent on nations not friendly to us, while eliminating valuable US jobs. We must open the Keystone Pipeline and regain our energy independence for national security and economic reasons.

. Using the U.S. military as political pawns with thousands of troops deployed around the U.S. Capitol Building… seriously degrades readiness to fight and win our Nation’s wars, creating a major national security issue. We must support our Military and Vets; focus on war fighting, eliminate the corrosive infusion of Political Correctness into our military which damages morale and war fighting cohesion.

Question: why aren’t you doing it? Your men are in position with the guns, training and organization. You’d be done in a day. It’s even YOUR FREAKING JOB THAT YOU TOOK AN OATH TO DO. And yet, you write this letter hoping that Normies like me will fix the problem of D.C.’s wickedness? We who are nowhere near there, disorganized and untrained, we’re supposed to do what you on-site professionals won’t? What you on-site professionals would thwart us from doing, to prove your innocence to wicked men who don’t understand the concept?

Is it possible to spell “coward” without “colonel”?

. The “Rule of Law” is fundamental to our Republic and security. Anarchy as seen in certain cities cannot be tolerated. We must support our law enforcement personnel and insist that DAs, our courts, and the DOJ enforce the law equally, fairly, and consistently toward all.

The Rule Of Law now says white men are a national disease and even the memory that we ever existed, must be purged. Do we still need to obey “the Law”? Or were all those laws and authorities created to serve a higher purpose?

What ought to be done with these laws and authorities that no longer serve the purposes for which they were created? I won’t answer that because I’m not French, if you take my meaning.

. The mental and physical condition of the Commander in Chief cannot be ignored. He must be able to quickly make accurate national security decisions involving life and limb anywhere, day or night. Recent Democrat leadership’s inquiries about nuclear code procedures sends a dangerous national security signal to nuclear armed adversaries, raising the question about who is in charge. We must always have an unquestionable chain of command.

Peak Military-Industrial Complex achieved. “The foreigners and traitors infesting the highest levels of our government are taking advantage of the C-in-C’s advanced dementia to argue over who gets access to the nuclear launch codes of the United States arsenal. YOU OUTSIDER CIVILIANS SHOULD DO SOMETHING ABOUT THAT BECAUSE WE SENIOR MILITARY OFFICERS DON’T KNOW WHO IS IN CHARGE.”

Under a Democrat Congress and the Current Administration, our Country has taken a hard left turn toward Socialism and a Marxist form of tyrannical government which must be countered now by…

…Military leaders stopping with useless talk and taking out the D.C. trash before a ((global hedge fund manager)) nukes Moscow?

…electing congressional and presidential candidates who will always act to defend our Constitutional Republic. The survival of our Nation and its cherished freedoms, liberty, and historic values are at stake.

Okay. Sure. Let’s hope for enough victories in the next election cycle, despite the GUARANTEE of massive election fraud, despite this NEVER working in past attempts, that our traitors CURRENTLY fighting over the big red button, CURRENTLY undoing the rule of law, CURRENTLY persecuting Christians, CURRENTLY inciting race wars everywhere, CURRENTLY sabotaging our fuel pipelines and CURRENTLY using our information infrastructure for anti-American brainwashing, won’t ever have a chance to do any of that.

Because anything else would endanger the fat pensions of our most decorated military officers.

Who are they, anyway?

Signed by:
RADM Ernest B. Acklin, USCG, ret.
MG Joseph T. Anderson, USMC, ret.
RADM Philip Anselmo, USN, ret.

That sounds… ah, Tailhook Scandal 1991. Boys will be fighter pilots.

MG Joseph Arbuckle, USA, ret.
BG John Arick, USMC, ret.
RADM Jon W. Bayless, Jr. USN, ret.

“Rear Admiral Jon W. Bayless, Jr., United States Navy (Ret), is a consultant to the Aerospace and Defense Industry, having previously led business development efforts across those sectors [in his six commands].”

RDML James Best, USN, ret.
BG Charles Bishop, USAF, ret.
BG William A. Bloomer, USMC, ret.
BG Donald Bolduc, USA, ret.

He was one of the first into Afghanistan (special forces), got friendly-fired by a 2000lb bomb and went back for more, so he’s got guts. I found this on his Wikipedia page: “Bolduc has endorsed the conspiracy theory that the 2020 presidential election was rigged to favor Joe Biden and claims that the United States “has taken a hard left turn toward Socialism and a Marxist form of tyrannical government.” so he’s hated by the Left, too. I’m harsh but fair.

Most of these brass are logistics or pilot types.

LTG William G. Boykin, USA, ret.

He was the onsite commander who fucked up the Iranian Hostage Rescue. It got him promoted to the CIA.

MG Edward R. Bracken, USAF, ret.
MG Patrick H. Brady, MOH, USA, ret.

He got the Medal Of Honor for burning through three helicopters in the same day while medevacking wounded soldiers in heavy fog under fire. Vietnam.

VADM Edward S. Briggs, USN, ret.

Became an education admin in Southern California. Thanks for nothing, signed a Californian.

LTG Richard “Tex” Brown III USAF, ret.
BG Frank Bruno, USAF, ret.
VADM Toney M. Bucchi, USN, ret.

Another who went into “consulting” less than a month after retirement.

RADM John T. Byrd, USN, ret.

Found nothing about him but John T. Byrd, Jr. was USMC KIA Afghanistan.

BG Jimmy Cash, USAF, ret.
LTG Dennis D. Cavin, USA, ret.

Lockheed Martin puke after retiring.

LTG James E. Chambers, USAF, ret.
MG Carroll D. Childers, USA, ret.
BG Clifton C. “Tip” Clark, USAF, ret.
VADM Ed Clexton, USN, ret.

His father was also an admiral.

MG Jay Closner, USAF, ret.

No more USAF will be checked. They’ve all been unremarkable pilots.

MG Tommy F. Crawford, USAF, ret.
MG Robert E. Dempsey, USAF, ret.
BG Phillip Drew, USAF, ret.
MG Neil L. Eddins, USAF, ret.
RADM Ernest Elliot, USN, ret.
BG Jerome V. Foust, USA, ret.

First medical officer in the list.

BG Jimmy E. Fowler, USA, ret.
RADM J. Cameron Fraser, USN, ret.
MG John T. Furlow, USA, ret.

Heh, he became a CPA fraud examiner post-retirement. All his consultant buddies must have loved that.

MG Timothy F. Ghormley, USMC, ret.
MG Francis C. Gideon, USAF, ret.
MG Lee V. Greer, USAF, ret.
RDML Michael R. Groothousen, Sr., USN, ret.
BG John Grueser, USAF, ret.
MG Ken Hagemann, USAF, ret.
BG Norman Ham, USAF, ret.
VADM William Hancock, USN, ret.
LTG Henry J. Hatch, USA, ret.

82/101 Airborne turned Corps of Engineers. Daddy was artillery.

BG James M. Hesson, USA, ret.

Modernized the Chinook. Must be in his 90s now.

MG Bill Hobgood, USA, ret.
BG Stanislaus J. Hoey, USA, ret.
MG Bob Hollingsworth, USMC, ret.
MG Jerry D. Holmes, USAF, ret.
MG Clinton V. Horn, USAF, ret.
LTG Joseph E. Hurd, USAF, ret.
VADM Paul Ilg, USN, ret.

A pilot shot down in Laos during Vietnam, survived two days on the run to be rescued. Alas, went full Pentagon afterwards.

MG T. Irby, USA, ret.
LTG Ronald Iverson, USAF, ret.
RADM (L) Grady L. Jackson


Grady.s life and military career got a .wake-up call. at 0215 on 28 November 1972 off the coast of North Vietnam, when he ejected through the canopy, from an A6A aircraft. The accident happened right after launch from the USS Saratoga and took the life of his pilot. Grady, while floating in the water and tangled in his parachute, and worrying about being run over by the carrier, cried out: .God, get me out of this, but I am not ready to change my life!. Now almost 39 years later, Father God is still changing my and Linda’s lives!

Worst foxhole conversion ever, and emphasis was his.

MG William K. James, USAF, ret.
LTG James H. Johnson, Jr. USA, ret.

From Wikipedia: “As Commanding General of the 82nd Airborne Division, he became the only modern-day Commander to lead a division in combat in two separate conflicts. In 1989, he was the first jumper during the night airborne assault of Panama, known as Operation Just Cause. In 1990 to 1991, he led the division during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm in the Persian Gulf.

Ah, another lead-from-the-front type. I understand the importance of brass not being on the frontline but REMFs still get REMF respect.

ADM. Jerome L. Johnson, USN, ret.

Could be Pete Buttigeig’s stunt double but is also hated by the Wikipedia troll that hit-jobbed Bolduc.

BG Charles Jones, USAF, ret.
BG Robert R. Jordan, USA, ret.
BG Jack H. Kotter, USA, ret.

Did NOT become a consultant but instead tried to stop unsafe old farts from driving on the road.

MG Anthony R. Kropp, USA, ret.
RADM Chuck Kubic, USN, ret.

Seabee and president of his own company.

BG Jerry L. Laws, USA, ret.
BG Douglas E. Lee, USA, ret.

Back problems kept him from enlisting but he eventually served as a chaplain.

MG Vernon B. Lewis, USA, ret.

Field artillery.

MG Thomas G. Lightner, USA, ret.
MG James E. Livingston, USMC, ret. MOH
MG John D. Logeman, USAF, ret.
MG Jarvis Lynch, USMC, ret.
LTG Fred McCorkle, USMC, ret.
MG Don McGregor, USAF, ret.
LTG Thomas McInerney, USAF, ret.
RADM John H. McKinley, USN, ret.
BG Michael P. McRaney, USAF, ret.
BG Ronald S. Mangum, USA, ret.
BG James M. Mead, USMC, ret.
BG Joe Mensching, USAF, ret.
RADM W. F. Merlin, USCG, ret.
RADM (L) Mark Milliken, USN, ret.
MG John F. Miller, USAF, ret.
RADM Ralph M. Mitchell, Jr. USN, ret.
MG Paul Mock, USA. ret.

He’s also a retired Los Angeles Police Lieutenant and volunteer for Employer Support between the Guard and employers.

I ran out of time at this point. My apologies.

BG Daniel I. Montgomery, USA, ret.,
RADM John A. Moriarty, USN, ret.,
RADM David R. Morris, USN, ret.
RADM Bill Newman, USN, ret.
BG Joe Oder, USA, ret.
MG O.Mara, USAF, ret.
MG Joe S. Owens, USA, ret.
VADM Jimmy Pappas, USN, ret.
LTG Garry L. Parks, USMC, ret.
RADM Russ Penniman, RADM, USN, ret.
RADM Leonard F. Picotte, ret.
VADM John Poindexter, USN, ret.
RADM Ronald Polant, USCG, ret.
MG Greg Power, USAF, ret.
RDM Brian Prindle, USN, ret.
RADM J.J. Quinn, USN, ret.
LTG Clifford H. Rees, Jr. USAF, ret.
RADM Norman T. Saunders, USCG, ret.
MG Richard V. Secord, USAF, ret.
RADM William R. Schmidt, USN, ret.
LTG Hubert Smith, USA, ret.
MG James N. Stewart, USAF, ret.
RADM Thomas Stone, USN., ret.
BG Joseph S. Stringham, USA, ret.
MG Michael Sullivan, USMC, ret.
RADM (U) Jeremy Taylor, USN, ret.
LTG David Teal, USAF, ret.
VADM Howard B. Thorsen, USCG, ret.
RADM Robert P. Tiernan, USN, ret.
LTG Garry Trexler, USAF, ret.
BG James T. Turlington, M.D., USAF, ret.
BG Richard J. Valente, USA ret.
MG Paul Vallely, USA, ret.
MG Russell L. Violett, USAF, ret.
BG George H. Walker, Jr. USAR Corp of Engineers, ret.
MG Kenneth Weir, USMCR, ret.
BG William O. Welch, USAF, ret.
MG John M. White, USAF, ret.
MG Geoffrey P. Wiedeman, JR. USAF, ret.
MG Richard O. Wightman, Jr., USA, ret.
RADM Denny Wisely, USN, ret.
LTG John Woodward, ret.