Doomsday Camps By John Steele

     It pays to pay close attention to what the elite are up to, since, well, they are the evil masterminds of the grand global conspiracy to enslave us all, blah, blah etc. etc. Now it seems that the Washington elites are flocking to “doomsday camps”:

“A building network of backwoods doomsday camps around the country are pulling in members from affluent areas and even Washington national security officials as the threats grow from nuclear war, an EMP or virus attack. Called Fortitude Ranch, the outposts promise protection and a year’s supply of food for those unable to build their own bunker. What’s more, until a crisis strikes, they are being used for prepper training and vacations. “We’re seeing members from all the three letter agencies,” said Fortitude creator Drew Miller, a retired Air Force colonel and intelligence officer, in a reference to the Central Intelligence Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency and Federal Bureau of Investigation. He called an attack or even a weather-related electromagnetic pulse shutdown of the electric grid “inevitable,” and a driving force in his project.”

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Guns Saving Lives By John Steele

     I was wondering how long it would be before there was another US school shooting. I wonder no more:

“The school shooting was over in seconds. But it could have dragged on longer and proven deadlier were it not for the rapid response of a school resource officer. When a 17-year-old gunman walked into Maryland’s Great Mills High School on Tuesday, the swift action of the school’s sole resource officer, Blaine Gaskill, was instrumental in bringing the incident to a quick end. Gaskill’s response was hailed as an example of exactly what a resource officer is supposed to do in such a circumstance, particularly when contrasted to the actions of the security officer in last month’s shooting in Parkland, Florida. (In the incident at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14, the armed school resource deputy waited outside the school building as the shooter gunned down students inside.) “He responded exactly how we train our personnel to respond,” St. Mary’s County Sheriff Tim Cameron told reporters.”

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UK: The Way of Decay By Richard Miller

     I know nothing about this Scottish YouTube personality “Count Dankula,” who was found guilty of a hate crime at Glasgow Sheriff Court. He may face two months in prison after recording a video of his girlfriend’s dog doing Nazi salutes. The Count was found “grossly offensive” under the Communications Act 2003.

     We certainly have no sympathy for this foul behaviour, which among other things seems to be cruelty to an animal. But, the internet is full of silly and weird people like the Count doing attention-seeking things, especially playing with inflammatory memes to shock. Perhaps, rather than throw such people in prison, maybe they need softer, more medicinal  liberal treatment, such as that now given to migrant offenders? Note as well, that jihadist preachers, according to Jewish critics like Pamela Geller, are freely posting full-on anti-Semitic posts, and not being dealt with, and she usually has an article every day at her high-energy website reporting this neglect: 

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The Truly Amazing Adventures of Super George By Tom North

     The things young Georgey Soros gets up to, the little Tom Sawyer, would make a great family movie:

“The head of a Soros-funded organisation described how his group lobbies Germany to pressure Hungary into abandoning its NGO transparency law. Balázs Dénes detailed how the Civil Liberties Union for Europe, supported by George Soros’s Open Society Foundations (OSF), attempts to influence Germany via its links to think tanks close to the German government, according to recordings obtained by The Jerusalem Post. Dénes described his main target as Hungary’s NGO transparency law which seeks for greater transparency of foreign-funded bodies in the country — directly affecting Soros’s open borders charities and pressure groups. “We work very strongly. I’m having a meeting this week with a think tank, an organisation which is influencing the German government and the Foreign Ministry of Germany, and I’m bringing them copies of the law, just translated from Hungarian, and I’m explaining [to] them what they can do against it,” Dénes is reported to have said.”

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Who is Afraid of Global Cooling? By James Reed

     I, for one, am a global cooling man. I think a new ice age could happen, so the only thing to do is to increase one’s carbon footprint to try and heat things up a bit. I am not a climate scientist, or anyone very important at all, but this is my gut feeling. Here is an article which confirms more of my prejudices, of growing cold temperature across the world, extremes of cold and snow and ice, with the prospects of Canberra reaching -8C, which should freeze up Parliament House. This could only be for the good: 

Doctors and Cash Kickbacks By Mrs Vera West

     It seems that about two thirds of US doctors, and probably the same percentage in Australia, are getting cash kickbacks from Big Pharma: 

“A majority of patients in the United States visited a doctor who received payments from drug companies, but most have no clue about it, according to a new Drexel University study. About 65 percent of those surveyed as a part of the study by Genevieve Pham-Kanter, PhD, an assistant professor in Drexel’s Dornsife School of Public Health, visited a doctor within the last year who had received payments or gifts from pharmaceutical or medical device companies.

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Bad Social Credit Scores By James Reed

     This article does not deal with the social credit we know and love in the usual sense, but with China’s perversion of the original Christian concept. 

“No sooner has Xi Jinping donned the mantle of “Paramount” Leader-for-life and ramped-up Internet censorship than the “social credit” system outlined in 2014 has been unleashed upon the Chinese public, with people now being barred from air travel or riding on trains if their “social credit” score is found to be lacking, under the “Once untrustworthy, always restricted” policy. A few months ago, I ran a story about China’s new Sesame Credit-powered social rating system, with China’s answer to Jeff Bezos, Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba Group Ltd. as one of its architects.

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University Foibles and Funnies By James Reed

     As someone who despises the modern university, which I have argued many times, is the seat of many of our problems, with hardly any solutions, I find almost daily news items of interest to confirm my already well-justified prejudices. The US supplies us with numerous examples of the absurdities of the modern university, and its absolute political bias against our side of politics. Thus, it is “compulsory” for students to participate in protests against gun ownership, and Trump, and students wanting to stay in the classroom have been punished: 

     The student also received death threats for wanting to remain politically neutral. Don’t you like that one: the protesters are allegedly wanting to stop violence, but will threaten to kill anyone who does not agree with them! There can be no limit to the hypocrisy of the Left, who now won’t even have meetings unless diversity quotas are met:

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The Assisted Suicide of England By Paul Walker

     Many writers here have been arguing that England, Germany and Sweden, if not South Africa, represent the future death of the West through multicultural/ multiracial overload. Here is an article by US Alt Right journalist Jim Goad saying pretty much the same thing about England, discussing the latest Telford “rape the kiddies” scandal, covered at this site as well, previously:

“Since the rapists (Middle Eastern) and victims (white English) skew similarly in Telford as they did in Rotherham and nearly all of the other grooming scandals, it wouldn’t be insane to assume that anti-white racial animus played a role in the Telford assaults as well. Throughout history, rape has been used as a psychological weapon by conquerors to emasculate the local male population, and what’s happening in England right now falls neatly into that pattern. In 2016, authorities in Telford petitioned British Home Secretary Amber Rudd to launch a Rotherham-style investigation into the decades of child sex abuse in their town, but they received no response. It is thought, however, that Rudd played a role in preventing 22-year-old conservative YouTuber Laura Southern from entering the UK on March 12.

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The Coming of Lawlessness By Peter West

     Fellow writers are covering the uncivil war in Europe, but the same is happening across the West, perhaps not as accelerated in Australia, thank God. Thus, in Los Angeles a federal judge has ruled that authorities cannot enforce gang restrictions, because this violated due process, that is, the rights of the gang bangers!

“The court clearly recognizes the way the city of Los Angeles has been enforcing gang injunctions over decades violates due process in a way that makes it likely they will place people on gang injunctions who may not be gang members,” Bibring said Thursday. “This ruling marks the end of gang injunctions as they worked in the city of Los Angeles.” In a statement, Los Angeles police officials said they would wait for guidance from the city attorney’s office before discussing the ruling. “As always, we respect the authority of the courts and will follow the court’s decision, and will continue to keep the City safe while following the constitution and all applicable laws,” the statement read.

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Gun Banning Frenzy By John Steele

     This video is worth watching because it shows the sheer stupidity, if not outright deception, behind much of gun banning. A bolt action rifle looks like an AR 15 semi-auto rifle, which the authorities incorrectly and illiterately describe as “fully automatic,” so, it is banned. The gun has a legal action, but is banned because of cosmetic appearance. That is what we are up against. 

Oil Pulling and Oral Hygiene By Mrs Vera West

     First, the usual boring  disclaimer, that we are not dispensing health recommendations, which only professions can do because of the medical monopoly. That done, consider oral hygiene. There is an interesting article here:     dealing with oil pulling, which is simply keeping coconut or olive oil in your mouth for say 20 minutes, not swallowing and spitting the contents out. It is thought to improve oral health through killing bugs and other nasties:

“Oil pulling is observed to bring improvement in oral hygiene when practiced correctly and regularly. Limited available research on effect of oil pulling on oral hygiene shows promising benefits of oil pulling procedure on oral cavity. However oil pulling does not replace dental therapy and is currently not recommended by American dental association.35 Extensive research on the role of this traditional, cheap and valuable remedy should be encouraged without bias. Based on currently available research it can be concluded that oil pulling when performed as recommended, can be safely used as an adjunct to maintain good oral hygiene and health along with the routine tooth brushing and flossing with promising positive results.”

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The Mind of the Infant Killers By Chris Knight

     With the victory in securing abortion, it is natural to wonder what the elites will push as the next big thing in the genocide department. Yes, they are busy with mass immigration demographic displacement, but not a stone must be left unturned by the Left stone turners, in eradicating us. Here is but one sketch of the next step:

“In a stunning video recorded at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville campus, a college student arguing for abortion explains why infanticide, the killing of a two-year-old in this case, would be perfectly okay. There’s “no difference” between killing a tree and a two-year-old child, since, according to the student, both the tree and the child are unable to communicate like an adult and therefore lack sentience. “The fact of the matter is, if without communication, we have no way of knowing if you’re sentient or not,” the student said on video, which was filmed by Brenna Lewis, the Students for Life of America’s Appalachian Regional Coordinator. “I mean, it’s no different than this tree. It’s alive. But is it sentient?”

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The Anti-Economy of Less By Peter Ewer

     We would disagree with men of the Left, such as James Howard Kunstler on many things, such as the illusory peak oil (oil will never run out), and climate change (God does not let such disasters occur, since His promise from the flood in Genesis). However, whatever the cause, we agree that a breakdown of Western civilisation is rapidly occurring, so we must seek insights about this from various sources even if we disagree on the details. He has something interesting to say:

“The important story is what happens in the financial sector and how it effects the economy in the next twelve to eighteen months. As we know, the financial system is the most abstract and fragile of all the systems that we depend on because the other systems can’t run without it. The trucks won’t make the food deliveries to the supermarkets unless the finance system works. The gasoline won’t get to the pumps at the stations. Nothing’s going to move if the financial system cracks up. People no longer trust each other to transact, to get paid. And so they stop transacting. We’re talking about a falling standard of living and getting used to an economy of “less”. It sounds kind of Ebenezer Scrooge-ish to suggest that people may have to do with less rather than more, because more has always been the expectation in our lifetime. But that’s probably a fact.

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The Real Face of Electro-Tyranny By Brian Simpson

     It is getting hard to keep up with the suppression committed by the social media giants. But, here is a brief list with references. YouTube suspended the account of the mainstream newspaper The Daily Mail, then, with no explanation, reinstates it: 

     Likewise, Google bans advertisements for cryptocurrencies, showing how the Deep State must be afraid of them: 

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Microaggressions By Charles Taylor

     What madness has US political correctness descended to this week. Well, now calling America a land of opportunity is considered a “mircoagression” on some US campuses: 

“The University of California has published a list of unacceptable “microaggressions” on its official website, which includes offensive statements such as “America is the land of opportunity.” The Academic Affairs department of the University of California Santa Cruz provides the list of politically incorrect expressions and actions to students and faculty to equip them to recognize microaggressions and eliminate them.

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Carving Up London By Richard Miller

     Not only do London authorities find the explosion of rapes in their vibrant minority white city, puzzling, but then there is the issue of stabbings: 

“London’s Air Ambulance had to attend more stabbings and shootings than road traffic accidents for the first time in its almost 30-year history in 2017. Newly released figures reveal that airborne trauma specialists and paramedics treated some 560 shooting and stabbing victims over the course of the year, compared to 533 cyclists, drivers, passengers, and pedestrians who had been involved in road traffic accidents, the Evening Standard reports. Dr. Gareth Grier, the Air Ambulance service’s lead clinician, said it is now “not unusual now for our teams to perform open-chest surgery for stab wounds twice in a single day,” adding: “This would have been unheard of a few years back.”

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Abolishing Germany By Michael Ferguson

     According to “mother” Angela Merkel, Islam is part of Germany, because Germany does not exist as anything more than a multicultural consumer globalist plaything: 

     Yes, when an aggressive man runs at you, mother, and your armed security deals with it, that too, is part of the new Germany:  

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No Matter Who You are, You Have to be Real Careful What You Say, Today By Jessica

     Hi. I really thought that the Wonder Woman movie was cool, yes, “wonderful,” with a wholesome message that love wins out in the end. No wonder the feminists hate it. But now the star of the movie, a former Miss Israel beauty, I think, has got into trouble with the thought police for saying that disabled physicist the late Stephen Hawking is now “free”:

“Actress Gal Gadot has attracted criticism after suggesting that the influential scientist Stephen Hawking is now “free of any physical restraints” following his death earlier this week. Hawkins, who was one of the world’s most renowned theoretical physicists, died at age 76 after suffering over 50 years from motor neuron disease, leading to tributes from across the world. “Rest in peace Dr. Hawking. Now you’re free of any physical constraints. Your brilliance and wisdom will be cherished forever,” Gadot tweeted on Thursday.” 

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Debunking Archaeology By Brian Simpson

     The age of modern humans seems to get pushed back by archaeology. The latest is that finds in a defunct volcano in Kenya indicate that stone projectile weapons were being used some 320,000 years ago:

“STONE tools and other items from ancient sites in Kenya give a glimpse at the emergence of some key human behaviours, perhaps including a building of relationships with distant neighbours, new research says. Scientists can’t be sure whether the objects were made by our species, Homo sapiens, or some close relative that’s now extinct. But at about 320,000 years old, they’re roughly the same age or a bit older than the earliest known H. sapient fossils, which appeared in Morocco. In any case, they show “foundations of the origin of modern human behaviour,” says Richard Potts of the Smithsonian Institution, one of the researchers reporting the find in three papers released Thursday by the journal Science. The tools are much smaller and more sophisticated than the older, teardrop-shaped stone tools found in the same area in southern Kenya. Some were made of a volcanic rock, obsidian, that didn’t come from the area, meaning the toolmakers travelled miles to get it. And, those excursions must have led them to encounter groups of H. sapient or our close evolutionary relatives.”

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