Muscles on the Brain By John Steele

     Vera West usually writes for this site on health issues, but some get tossed my way when they touch on hairy chested issues, like weight lifting, a practice I have enjoyed all my life. And, it is not just for men, but women, and especially older people can benefit, not only strengthening muscles and bones, but even helping with the dreaded Alzheimer’s, the fear of which must knock on our mental door, every time we have a senior moment, which for many of us, is becoming more frequent that desired. Why am I writing in such long senetences? Is it mental decline?

     The following is a summary of some studies:

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The Face Book of the Elites By Peter Ewer

     While millions of people across the west are homeless, and many facing bitterly cold nights on the street, the masters of the universe only see fit to support the humanist one-world religion of mass immigration:

“The Masters of the Universe at Facebook — and the site’s users — have begun donating millions to a new donation page titled “reunite an immigrant parent with their child.” The Facebook fundraiser page started by Dave and Charlotte Willner from the Bay Area has raised approximately $4.5 million in just under a week, The Wrap reports. The fundraiser page is titled “reunite an immigrant parent with their child” and aims to reconnect illegal immigrants separated from their children during attempts to illegally enter the United States. 113,000 users have donated to the page so far with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg donating significant amounts of money. The fundraiser initially planned to raise $1,500, but donations reached $4.67 million by Tuesday shortly after several private donors matched donations up to $250,000 each.

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The Ethics of Mathematics By Dr John Jensen

     “The Ethics of Mathematics: Is Mathematics Harmful” is a paper by University of Exeter Professor Paul Ernest, and published as a chapter in a 2018 textbook he edited called The Philosophy of Mathematics Education Today.

     Here is the paper’s abstract:

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Dope Nation; Dopey Nation By Chris Knight

     Canada has been working overtime attempting to catch up with Britain and Sweden in the cuck, degeneracy stakes, but its recent legalisation of dope is certainly putting it back in the race, to be the first Western country to hit the wall of collapse:

“Fulfilling a campaign pledge, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau introduced legislation on Thursday to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Canada. Many nations have either decriminalized marijuana, allowed it to be prescribed medically or effectively stopped enforcing laws against it. But when Mr. Trudeau’s bill passes as expected, Canada will become only the second nation, after Uruguay, to completely legalize marijuana as a consumer product. “Criminal prohibition has failed to protect our kids and our communities,” said Bill Blair, a lawmaker and former Toronto police chief whom Mr. Trudeau appointed to manage the legislation. Mr. Blair said at a news conference that the government hoped to begin allowing legal sales by the middle of 2018. While the government’s plan has been broadly shaped by a panel of experts, many issues still need to be ironed out.”

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Cancer and the Gut By Mrs Vera West

     I have been fascinated, to the limits of my understanding of biology, to learn about the gut, and how it has a “mind” of its own, literally, something I covered in other articles. Apart from the intrinsic interest in this, many of us are worried about mental deterioration, heart disease, and most of all, cancer. There is relevance here to the last of these medical horsemen of the apocalypse:

“Previous studies have shown certain gut bacteria quell inflammation, which is an underlying factor in virtually all cancers, whereas others promote it. As noted in a recent article in Nature, “bacteria have been associated with cancer initiation and progression. Some of these microbes activate inflammatory responses and disrupt the mucus layers that protect the body from outside invaders, creating an environment that supports tumor growth.” Certain cancers have also been found to have infectious underpinnings. For example, Heliobacter pylori (H. pylori) has been linked to gastric cancer. The International Agency for Research on Cancer actually defines this microbe as a carcinogen. Interestingly, H. pylori has also been linked to a reduced risk of esophageal adenocarcinoma, demonstrating the complexity involved and the organ-specific effects microbes can have when it comes to their impact on cancer. Similarly, hepatitis C virus has been shown to play a role in hepatocellular carcinoma, chronic Salmonella enterica infection has been linked to gallbladder cancer, and Haemophilus influenza and Candida albicans have been identified in lower respiratory tract tumors. Gut microbes have also been found to influence the effectiveness of cancer treatment.”

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How Not to Die (At Least Too Soon) By Mrs Vera West

     The following link is to an excellent video by Dr Michael Greger, “How Not to Die,” running for 1 hour and about 21 minutes, but well worth your time. The focus is upon how diet, primarily by eating a vegetable-based anti-oxidant rich diet, can aid in reducing, and in many cases reversing, the diseases of civilisation such as cardiovascular disease.

     Dr Greer also has a book on this, that I have not read, but I am sure would be immensely interesting and important, from the section that I could read for free at

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The Illegals Will Just Keep On Coming (As Long as Liberal Immigration Policies Exist) By Tom North

     Yet another wave of illegal migrants, again mainly healthy young males, heading to  cucked, weak, libtard Europe:

“Countries along a new Balkan migrant route pledged on Thursday to work together to prevent a repetition of the 2015 influx that brought more than a million refugees into Europe from North Africa and the Middle East.Security and police officials from the region met in Bosnia to discuss their response to growing traffic along a new smuggling route from Greece through Albania, Montenegro and Bosnia to Croatia and Western Europe.More than 5,500 refugees and migrants from Asia and North Africa have entered Bosnia this year using the route. The Balkan country was spared the migrant wave of 2015, but it now finds itself struggling to accommodate thousands of people who are trying to reach wealthier EU countries. The situation is still under control, but it requires stronger cooperation among police agencies in all countries, said Bostjan Sefic, the state secretary in Slovenia’s interior ministry. A key target should be people traffickers, of whom 80 percent come from the region, Sefic said.”

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British Christian Churches: Dostoevsky was Right By Richard Miller

     It is difficult to see what of our former institutions is the most decayed. Is it the universities, or the churches? How does one decide in the face of stories like this one:

“CHURCH leaders across Worcester have lent their support to an ambitious £3million Worcester Muslim Welfare Association bid to build a new mosque in the heart of the city. Members of the Church of England clergy in Worcester East Deanery backed the bid for the contemporary building on Stanley Road in a letter to association general secretary Mohammed Iqbal. Rev Paul Honniball and Rev Kalantha Brewis attended the interfaith Iftar at the mosque on Monday evening to present the letter and were invited to read it out to those gathered just before the Ramadan fast was broken. Under the ground-breaking proposals, the association wants to build the mosque on the old Stanley Road School car park and move from its current site on Tallow Hill to cater for its growing number of worshippers. The charity also intends to build apartments and a new sports centre at the site, which includes Unity House community centre. Senior figures from St Nicholas Church, St Barnabas with Christ Church, St Martin’s, St John the Baptist in Claines and All Saints Worcester are among those lending their names to the cross-faith show of support.”

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Will Disease X Kill Us All? Not if You are a Prepper By John Steele

     Hopefully not, if we somehow learn the lessons from the past and begin to restrict the free flow of people: what is good for the money elites does not make biological sense:

“A “new” strain of deadly bird flu dubbed “Disease X” by the World Health Organization (WHO) has killed hundreds of people in China, and is just three mutations away from becoming transmissible between humans, according to experts. The strain, H7N9, circulates in poultry and has killed 623 people out of 1,625 infected in China – a mortality rate of 38.3%. While first identified in China in 2013, H7N9 has recently emerged as a serious threat seemingly overnight. Professor Jonathan Van-Tam, deputy chief medical officer for the UK, told The Telegraph that H7N9 could cause a global outbreak. “[H7N9] is an example of another virus which has proven its ability to transmit from birds to humans,” said Van-Tam, who added “It’s possible that it could be the cause of the next pandemic.” The WHO says N7N9 is “an unusually dangerous virus for humans,” and “one of the most lethal influenza viruses that we’ve seen so far” “H7N9 viruses have several features typically associated with human influenza viruses and therefore possess pandemic potential and need to be monitored closely,” said Dr. Yoshihiro Kawaoka of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Researchers led by James Paulson of the Scripps Research Institute in California have been studying the mutations which could potentially occur in H7N9’s genome to allow for human-to-human infection.”

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Honour and Manliness By John Steele

     There is a new book by an academic philosopher giving a defence of the value of honour: Tamler Sommers, Why Honor Matters, (Basic Books, New York, 2018):

     The core argument, which runs contrary to what little treatment has been given to this topic by analytic style philosophers – not to ignore the worthy history of ideas treatment delivered by Harvey Mansfield in Manliness, (Yale University press, New haven, 2007): is simply, that honour matters, and has a place in the moral society, even today.

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Britain’s Diverse Future By Richard Miller

     Sit back, have a cup of tea, maybe a slice of sultana cake, with a big slab of butter on it, and relax. It has been a hard day, so gentle reflection on the joys of multicultural Britain is sure to relax you. Pay attention to the beautiful photographs:

     Tea and sultana cake, never tasted so good. But, then …

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Letter to The Editor - Innocent Bystander Lynched

     I live in SE Queensland. Yesterday the surface air temperature rose from a frosty 2ºC at sunrise to a balmy 22ºC in mid-afternoon. The enormous heat needed to achieve this 20ºC of warming came via radiation from the sun. Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere plays no significant part in this daily heating event – in fact it may intercept a tiny proportion of the incoming solar radiation and re-radiate it in all directions, thus keeping the daytime surface temperature a tiny bit cooler than it would have been otherwise.

     At the deep Mount Isa Mine in NW Queensland, the surface temperature may average about 25ºC but it increases by about 1ºC every 50 metres of depth – rock walls are red hot in places. The enormous heat causing this comes via conduction from Earth’s geothermal heat plus some oxidation and heating of the sulphide ores as they come in contact with natural air containing oxygen. Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere plays no part in this heating.

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There Goes Tasmania! By Peter Ewer

     Do we ever get any good news anymore? Certainly if I had some I would share it, just like if I had a packet of boiled sweets, I would give you one, being extraordinarily generous.  But, alas, there goes Tasmania:

“A proposed mega-development on Tasmania’s east coast has prompted concerns about fast-tracked development and foreign investment in the island state. The Cambria Green proposal was announced to the public in late April, four days before a local council meeting which voted to progress an application to create a special development zone that could house 550 accommodation units and hotel rooms, two golf courses, and an 80-bed health spa that could one day be used as a palliative care unit. The proponent, Cambria Green Agricultural Tourism Management, helmed by Shandong businessman Liu Kejing and Melbourne-based Ronald Hu, says on its Facebook page — it does not have a website — that it wants to “bring the surrounding community along our long-term journey” to support the “integrated, eco-tourism development”.

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FBI Conspiracy By Chris Knight

     For anyone who does not believe that conspiracies exist, and hold still to what Eric Butler called the “idiot theory of history,” that things just happen, consider the now enormous evidence that the FBI worked overtime to try to prevent Donald Trump becoming president. The entire organisation is corrupt and is a swamp that Trump needs to immediately drain, or if you hate split infinitives, drain immediately:

“Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz, in a comprehensive and at-times scathing report on the handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation, exposed extraordinary text messages by a top FBI official vowing to “stop” Donald Trump — while calling then-director James Comey’s actions in the case “insubordinate.” The long-awaited report was released Thursday afternoon, spanning nearly 600 pages and scrutinizing the actions of numerous figures who played a key role in the Justice Department and FBI’s investigation. It is the product of an 18-month review, incorporating dozens of witness interviews and hundreds of thousands of documents. But one of the most stunning findings concerns texts between agent Peter Strzok and bureau colleague Lisa Page. According to the report, Page texted Strzok in August 2016 and said: “[Trump’s] not ever going to become president, right? Right?!” “No. No he won’t. We’ll stop it,” Strzok responded.  Strzok was a lead investigator on the Clinton case and later worked the Russia investigation before being removed from that assignment.”

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A White Awakening? By James Reed

     Can it be? Could White people really wake up in time to see whom is eating them alive? First, from our friends at the NYT, all the news fit to print:

     This was so rambling politically correct that I could not work out what was the juiciest, choicest cut to cook here, ultimately nodding off and dribbling all over the keyboard,  so, racing against the clock, I move on to this:

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Mummy, Where Did Sex Come From? By Peter West

     You do not hear much about the issues of evolution and God nowadays from Christians. This could be because Christians have learnt their lesson to keep real quiet and maybe scientists like Richard Dawkins will go quiet and leave them in peace, so the Church can go about its contemporary mission to recruit migrants to put bums on seats. However, time to time one comes across articles raising issues Christians should be squawking about, but who generally lack the courage, intellect, and education, to address. How about the question of the origin of sex, which seems to defy the natural selection of random genetic mutations mechanism:

“Why is evolutionary sex so threatening that it dare not even be mentioned in textbooks or science classes? Given the unique nature of gendered, sexual meiosis compared with non-gendered, asexual mitosis, the first-ever generation of sexual reproduction would have required 1) a never-before-seen male organism and a novel female organism, 2) magically having compatible chromosomes, and 3) a death-defying process of precisely halving their chromosomes, mixing them together in a revolutionary way, and then recombining to produce, not a clone (as in asexual replication), but a unique offspring unlike any on the planet. Not to mention the minor details of geographic proximity and an evolved instinct to mate—all absolutely required in round one of sex to get the sexual ball rolling.

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Why I Love Italy! Europe Fights Back Against the Evil Immigration Empire By Richard Miller

     God bless the based Italians who still have a stream of the noble Roman Empire warrior spirit flowing in their veins, unlike much of the cucked West, such as Britain, Germany and Sweden et al. ad nauseum.

“Italy’s new hardline interior minister Matteo Salvini will be in Sicily Sunday to push the anti-immigration platform that propelled him to power at one of the country’s main landing points for refugees. The head of the far-right League is on the road seeking to rally support for his party’s candidates in municipal elections later this month, as part of a broader effort to boost the traditionally secessionist party’s profile in the country’s poorer south. But immigration is Salvini’s primary bugbear and the newly minted deputy prime minister in Italy’s populist coalition government has added a stop in migration hotspot Pozzallo.

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The Face of Social Collapse By John Steele

     Venezuela gives us an image of what social collapse is going to be like, only the vast multicult, multiracial empires of the West will hit the dust even harder. We have been warned many times by numerous prophets, but most people only listen to those who make the “profits”:

“Perhaps it would help the leftists see the light if they knew that doctors, engineers, oil workers, teachers and electricians were all fleeing the failed socialist nation of Venezuela before the entire society crumbles like a house of cards. So far, in 2018, a total of 48,000 teachers (which is a number equivalent to 12 percent of all primary and high school staff nationwide) have quit their jobs and are now seeking an escape from the long food lines and empty shelves at the grocery stores. Some of these educators include Aquiles Nazoa (who fled to Chile one year ago), Reinaldo Cordero (leaving behind his class and his $29 USD per month salary), Esperanza Longhi (who is currently in the process of fleeing to Peru), and Principal Deliana Flores.

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More Bad News from Britain: What Else? By Richard Miller

     Britain seems to be leading the race to national suicide, slightly ahead of Sweden and Germany, but things could change at any moment, because the entire resources of these societies are now devoted to destroying any trace of traditional existence:

“Sajid Javid is planning a major relaxation of immigration laws before Brexit and will ease a cap on foreign medics working in the UK to allow the NHS to recruit more staff. The new Home Secretary will remove doctors and nurses from the annual 20,700 ‘tier 2’ visa limit on non-EU workers. Other employers will be able to recruit an extra 8,000 skilled migrants a year, including IT experts, engineers and teachers, effectively raising the cap by 40 per cent. Mr Javid is expected to announce tomorrow that health workers from outside the EU will be exempt from the ‘tier 2’ visa cap to help the NHS fill staff shortages. Businesses will also be given a higher allocation, according to The Daily Telegraph. The move marks Mr Javid’s first major intervention on migration policy and a significant softening of the Government’s position on non-EU migration since Theresa May became Home Secretary in 2010. But sources made clear that there are no plans to drop Mrs May’s target for bringing net annual immigration below 100,000.”

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The Gentle Joys of Vaccination? By Mrs Vera West

     As the mainstream media tells us, those critical of vaccinations are all tin foil hat cranks. But, really?

“How much longer can those who profit from vaccines deny the connection between autism rates and vaccination? With incriminating evidence like the latest report from the Public Health Agency of Canada, their damage control experts will certainly have their work cut out for them. The agency is about to release its first national autism-related data since 2016, and it shows a steady rise in the prevalence of autism spectrum disorders in the years since 2003. The rates varied by location, with areas like Prince Edward Island, Quebec, and Newfound and Labrador having the highest prevalence. The story becomes a lot more interesting, however, when you compare the data in the report, which was taken from the Canadian National Autism Spectrum Surveillance System, with the Public Health Agency’s vaccine coverage data, which is broken down by province and vaccine type. It shows that autism prevalence is the greatest where the vaccine rates happen to be the highest. Surprised?

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