Keating Just Keeps on Giving it to Us! By James Reed

     Does this nightmare ever end? I look at my very favourite capitalist paper, the FIN, and there is Keating doing what he does best.

“A HECS-style loan system should be introduced to help fund Australians' aged care, former prime minister Paul Keating says. People would be given credits towards their aged care and their estate then used to pay off the loans after they died, Mr Keating told the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety. "We're not forcing anyone out of their home in old age, we're not obliging an aged person to negatively mortgage their home," he said on Monday. "You're not asking members of families to chip in and pay for their relatives. I think such a system has a lot of advantages." The latest round of royal commission hearings is looking at funding and prudential regulation in the aged care sector. Senior counsel assisting Peter Gray, QC, told commissioners that aged care providers were not required to report how much they were actually spending on care. Commissioner Tony Pagone asked Mr Keating if his HECS-style proposal could be seen as a death tax by requiring people to pay off their loans with their assets. "Putting on my former hat as a tax lawyer, I can see lots of people trying to make sure they don't have the assets there that can be called upon," Mr Pagone said. Mr Keating said the government would have to introduce policies to make sure that didn't happen. Similar to HECS, Mr Keating said the loan would not have to be repaid if it couldn't, like university students who never meet the income threshold to start paying off their debt. Brick and mortar assets, superannuation, cash and other investments would all be called upon after the person died to pay off the loan, he said. "In such a proposition you couldn't think of much political opposition from any quarter," Mr Keating said. The former prime minister, the man behind Australia's compulsory superannuation, said he changed his thinking on his previously proposed "longevity levy". The levy would tack 0.5 per cent to 1 per cent extra on to super payments to fund an insurance scheme for Australians once they passed their mid-80s.

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The Coming Nordicide By Brian Simpson

     One of the issues not dealt with by the white nationalist is inter-racial survival, particularly the sub-racial groups such as Nordic, northern Europeans. In fact, some open-minded “nationalists” were quite willing to bash anyone concerned about this, and daring to write on that theme. (Might as well join the system than join those guys.) The Nordic racial group is under the strongest attack, part of it methodological, that is, being defined not to exist by the otherwise identity conscious elites, the same elites who see the entire universe as a social construction with a million types of gender … and then there is outright attack. By “Nordics,” I mean not merely Scandinavians, but the generally light haired, light eyed northern Europeans, such as the descendants of the Anglo Saxons. Madison Grant gave a classic account, and there are more recent racial theorists dealing with this, and I will report on it, if still breathing in the future. 

     Anyway, apart from movie caricatures and stereotypes, as either Nazis if male, or whores, if female, there is the day-to-day oppression:

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There is No Bottom to Cultural Degeneracy By Mrs Vera West

     The Left have been busy defending the kiddie porno of “Cuties” because the Right has been outraged, so, the strategic thing to do, is to press the advantage home.

“An NBC News article defends Netflix’s Cuties premised on the idea that only a right-wing conspiracy theorist could oppose soft-core child pornography. So Netflix releases a movie with countless scenes off 11-year-olds dressed like hookers twerking, which includes countless shots of the camera lingering on 11-year-old butts shaking in short-shorts, 11-year-old legs spread wide-open wearing only bikini shorts, 11-years old girls dry-humping the ground; and NBC believes criticism of such a thing can only come from “the pedophile-obsessed American right, driven by QAnon.” We’re told by the left “Baby It’s Cold Outside” is dangerous. So it’s blacklisted. We’re told by the left Kindergarten Cop is dangerous. So it’s blacklisted. And then we’re told by the left only a TrumpTard could be outraged by close-up crotch shots of 11-year-old girls in Daisy Dukes. The piece is some 1200 words long and nowhere does it suggest that Cuties’ critics are anything other cynically motivated right-wingers, are anything other than “a hodgepodge of insane far-right conspiracy theories called QAnon, a movement that posits that senior Democrats, Hollywood executives and media barons feast, quite literally, on children, whom they also molest.” Nowhere does the NBC piece leave open the possibility that well-intentioned people are horrified by a movie that sexually exploits children. Honestly, how much further can the left and the media fall? Trust me, there is no bottom.  The left are not only vigorously defending the hyper-sexualization of prepubescent girls, they are attacking anyone horrified by what was done to a handful of very young actresses as wackos and liars who just like trolling the librallllz. After same sex marriage, we asked ourselves what the left’s nonstop envelope-pushing would attempt to normalize next. Well, we found out. We’re now required to have our daughters share a restroom with a 45-year-old man wearing a wig and pantyhose.”

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The Rebirth of Socialism (but it Never Went Away) By James Reed

     The mythology of some conservatives is that communism was defeated with the collapse of the USSR, which ignores the rise of China, and the cancerous Left’s long march through the institution’s today. Most of the administration, the executive, the educators, are dominated by some form of Leftoid, and it is something which our side of politics has never really understood. Now, open socialism is raging, at least in the US, and we can expect the commo-disease to reach Australia too:

“Socialism has gone mainstream in American politics, but it remains deeply controversial. While some believe it offers an appealing solution to the country's woes, for others it conjures up fearful imagery of authoritarian regimes. The new CBSN Originals documentary, "Speaking Frankly | Socialism," explores the resurgent interest in socialism and the culture wars surrounding its role in America today. "The democratic socialist movement is being driven by millennials, zoomers, younger people," says Jabari Brisport, a Brooklyn teacher who embraces the socialist label and is running as a Democrat for a New York State Senate seat. "Younger people are interested in socialism because we can see so clearly the failings of capitalism." A 2019 Pew Research Center survey found half of young adults under 30 expressed positive views of socialism — nearly as many as the 52% who felt positively about capitalism. Membership in the Democratic Socialists of America has jumped from 6,500 to 70,000 over the last six years. But Maria Fernanda Bello, an activist with Young Americans Against Socialism, sees the trouble that's gripped her native Venezuela as a warning. "Socialists are always going to promise you free tuition, free health care, free everything, but they will never promise you freedom," she said.”

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Here are What the Cancerous Growths are Really on About By Charles Taylor (Florida)

     I think of the population/immigration growth lobby in terms of the cancer metaphor, an entity which is never satisfied, and knows no limits, spreading and ultimately destroying the body social, and itself. Thus, over in your place, Australia, Big Business says that they want a population as big as America, but if they had it, they would not stop there and would then attempt to create a population as big as China, and then the world. Still, markets would not be big enough. Only the entire multiverse, full of a transfinite number of consuming orifices would come close to giving the infinitely hungry monster what it wants.

“The United States is not “full.” In fact, it is empty. Right now, the country has about 93 people per square mile. Many, many countries are far denser than this, and not just city-states like Singapore (more than 20,000 per square mile) or small island nations like Malta (3,913 per square mile). South Korea has 1,337 people per square mile, and Belgium has 976. If you tripled the population of the United States, adding the new Americans only to the Lower 48 and leaving Alaska and Hawaii intact and unchanged, the main part of America would be only about as dense as France and less than half as dense as Germany. A transformation on that scale is almost impossible to imagine, in large part because the American political system has fallen into a state of torpor and dysfunction driven by, among other things, the absence of the shared sense of purpose that once bound the national experiment. But while contemporary politics is terrifying in certain ways, it has also opened up again the possibility of goals, and projects, and ideas — probably the biggest opportunity in a generation for new ideas to take hold. So here is one big one: a billion Americans. When America faced down Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union, we were the big dog. We had more people, more wealth, and more industrial capacity. (Back in 1938, the gross domestic product of the U.S. alone was larger than that of Germany, Japan, and Italy combined.) But against China, we are the little dog: There are more than 1 billion of them to about 330 million of us. Chinese people don’t need to become as rich as Americans for China’s overall economy to outweigh ours. If they managed to become about half as rich as we are on a per person basis, like the Bahamas or Spain, then their economy would be far larger than ours in the aggregate. To become one-third as rich as we are, like Portugal or Greece, would be enough to pull even. To stay on top, we probably need to grow the country threefold — to one billion Americans. If you tripled the population of the United States, it would still be only about as dense as France.

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Nihilism? Things Do Matter By Peter Ewer

     Here is one of those weird articles from the literary Left, well written I  suppose, but which can be decomposed with cold hard logic, Damon Linker, “LOL Nothing Matters. Or Does It?” The article is an attack on Trump, mixing in the theme of nihilism, which I supposed is linked to Trump’s supposed post-truth stance, when in fact it is the Left which is post-truth, following from their postmodernism. Thus, Linker just accepts the story that Trump referred to soldiers as losers and suckers. That story came from anonymous sources, which could easily be fabricated, since nothing else collaborated it. The story was smashed on numerous sites. Given so may false news stories about Trump, like the Russian hoax, wouldn’t Linker have at least been open to a bit more critical thinking about this? Nope. He argues that Trump failed over Covid-19, but there are video clips of Biden saying in January 2020 that it is not a problem. What we have here is the selective preservation of information that fits one’s political position. Linker finds Trump and Trump supporters repulsive and wonders what his kind is going to do about it. No mention of antifa when he says that the country is on fire, no, it is global warming, not the failure of doing back burning because of insane Leftist environmentalism. Clearly the political camps cannot meet, and cannot live together. The country needs a divorce, secessionism everywhere.

     Here is Brett Steven’s comments on this:

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More Race Suicide from American Renaissance By Brian Simpson

     I recently published a piece at this site condemning the journal American Renaissance, which purports to defend whites, who published two articles, one where the author said with reservations that he was voting for Trump, the other put the case for Biden, because Biden would go easier on social welfare.  Now they publish a piece from white nationalist, Hunter Wallace, putting the position, not to vote at all.

“American elites rule through consensus.
Republican and Democratic elites agree on all the truly important issues and marginalize anyone who objects as being “fringe” and outside the “mainstream.” Culturally speaking, this includes the postwar consensus of liberalism, modernism, cosmopolitanism and antiracism and all of their corollaries like multiculturalism, feminism, gay liberation and political correctness. None of this will be on the ballot in 2020. Donald Trump and the GOP agree with Joe Biden and the Democrats about the importance of upholding consensus antiracism. As dissidents, we are often told that we have “no place” in the Republican Party and “no place” in America. This means that neither party will represent our views. We are not welcome in either political coalition. We can vote for the Republican Party and donate money to it. In exchange for our support, it offers to politically marginalize us and stigmatize us as evil and drive us underground in our own country while pursuing its own agenda.”

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An Honourable Decision in this Time of Corona-Tyranny By James Reed

     Who says that there are no honourable men left? Let us take the case of Sanjeev Sabhlok, a Victorian treasury insider, who explains why he quit:

“Last week I quit my job as an economist in the Victorian Department of Finance and Treasury so that I would be free to speak out against the state’s management of the COVID-19 infection. I had made a number of criticisms of the state government on social media. The head of human relations at Treasury asked me to remove them. I considered deleting the few direct criticisms, but they wanted all indirect criticism removed too. I resigned on the same day, the only honourable course for a free citizen of Australia. I never dreamed I would see some of the tactics being used to defend the state’s health. The pandemic policies being pursued in Australia – particularly in Victoria – are the most heavy-handed possible, a sledgehammer to kill a swarm of flies. These policies are having hugely adverse economic, social and health effects, with the poorer sections of the community that don’t have the ability to work from home suffering the most. Australia is signalling to the world that it is closed for business and doesn’t care for human freedoms. This will dampen business investment but also impact future skilled migration, the education industry and tourism. The whole thing hinges on the scare created by politicians and health professionals. For instance, Victoria’s Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton claims this is the “greatest public health challenge since the Spanish flu”. But this is no Spanish flu – we can verify that easily.

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Biden and the Left: Multiple Layers of Politically Correct Absurdity By Chris Knight

     We are really in clown world now. First, footage of Biden doing his infamous touching of young girls, children, gets flagged as child exploitation by the twit Twitter, even though the person doing the foul deeds is the one that needs censoring, not the visual evidence, and this just confirms the point being made!

“C-Span footage of Joe Biden which accusers say shows him inappropriately touching young girls was flagged and removed by Twitter for violating its ‘Child Sexual Exploitation Policy’. The issue arose after Texan progressive activist Johnny Graz argued that Biden should be investigated for sexual assault. Jake Koenig responded by attempting to validate Graz’s assertion by posting clips from Biden meeting young girls at their parents’ congressional swear-in ceremonies in 2015. The now infamous footage contains numerous examples of what accusers say is the presidential nominee deliberately touching the young girls in sensitive areas while at other times whispering into their ears. However, when Koenig posted the footage, his account was locked until he agreed to delete it. “I tried to respond with a video of evidence on how Biden interacts with women and little girls but Twitter flagged me for trying to post images of child molestation hahahahahahhaha. Guess twitter agrees with @jvgraz,” he tweeted. The clip was characterized by Twitter as “prohibited” content that “violates [their] Child Sexual Exploitation Policy.” The reason given for the removal of the video is interesting given that it appears to confirm that Twitter views Biden’s behavior in the footage to be inappropriate.” 

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Doing a U-Turn in Sweden By Richard Miller

     Watch this blonde Nordic woman get sucker punched by, well, guess, and reflect upon how economic and financial policies would reduce the incidence of such punches. It sure would make one engage in pre-emptive ethno-racial profiling. Indeed, with a bit of situational awareness, let alone financial wisdom, it would be relatively easy to block these sorts of hay maker wild swinging punches, and even just raising one’s arms would be enough, although economic change must be even better. Clearly, everyone today needs self-defence training, especially in unarmed combat, as well as alternative economic thinking, so as to not blindly walk into the punches of globalism. 

     Not much difference in America, where the BLM thugs are turning now to Christians, proving that it is all about deconstructing Western civilisation.

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Why are Chinese Spies Not Interested in James Reed? By James Reed

     I am offended. While Vlad the Lad personally responded to my hand written letter in lead pencil asking if it was true that his Satan 2 nuclear missile is really targeted upon my flat in Melbourne, - yes it seems -  when I wrote to Chinese president Xi Jinping, asking if I could be spied upon too, some lovely, lowly  commo responded with a form letter saying that we do not spy, spying is very bad,  and certainly not upon lunatics like you Mr Reed. I now feel very bad about myself. Not only am I the least educated in social credit in the world, my writings are not even getting the Chinese commos upset. Whatever can I do to get the recognition I don’t deserve?

“A Chinese company with links to Beijing's military and intelligence networks has been amassing a vast database of detailed personal information on thousands of Australians, including prominent and influential figures.
Key points:
•    2.4 million names and profiles are on the database, including more than 35,000 Australians
•    The company which created the database has links to China's government and military
•    The leak raises further questions about the spread and scope of China's intelligence gathering operations

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Biden: Help from Satan? By Charles Taylor

     I imagine that Leftist politicians would accept any help that they can get, like from the communist Chinese, or even from the Prince of Darkness himself.

“Like all progressive groups, The Satanic Temple came out in support of Black Lives Matter. The Satanic Temple, which distinguishes itself from its rival, The Church of Satan, through its rigorously progressive politics while accusing The Church of Satan of libertarianism, put out a statement by co-founder Lucien Greaves that blasted President Trump and accused the police of randomly killing black people that could have come from any random leftist organization. "I watched with dismay as, in reaction to the election of Donald Trump, the least qualified, least dignified, least competent president in all of U.S. history," complained Greaves, whose real name is Douglas Mesner, and who has been known to pose wearing goat horns on his head. Steve Hill ran in a Democrat State Senate primary as the first Satanist to seek public office. While he lost, the Satanist and Bernie Sanders supporter was able to secure over 10,000 votes from California Democrats. Since then, Hill has participated in a Black Lives Matter rally and one comment noted the “solidarity between Black Lives Matter and Satanists.” Hill had mentioned reaching out to the Sanders campaign, but was cautious, noting, “I don’t know how they’ll react to getting an offer of help from Satan.” While the Sanders campaign's response remains unclear, the American Humanist Association’s Freethought Equality Fund PAC did back Hill alongside establishment Democrat figures like Rep. Hank Johnson, Rep. Zoe Lofgren, and Rep. Pramila Jayapal. None of them were asked by the media how they felt about the backing of a PAC that was also supporting a Satanist. The PAC described Hill as an atheist, it neglected to mention the Satanist part. But The Satanic Temple has two faces. The Temple gleefully brandishes Satanic iconography and provokes people of faith, while its co-founders also run the Reason Alliance which cultivates a secular humanistic brand. At the Satanic Temple, its co-founder goes by Lucien Greaves, while at the Reason Alliance, he goes by Douglas Mesner, a Harvard alumnus.

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Commo “Cuties” By Mrs Vera West

     I have been following the controversy over the TV show, “Cuties,” featuring the sexual exploitation of 11-year old girls.  The show has been attacked strongly by conservatives’ sites like Breitbart, and in counter-attack the Left, who have defended it, because that is just what they do for a day job, have bitten, not Biden, back:

“The left-wing Slate magazine insisted that “right wing moral panic” and Breitbart News helped fuel the widespread and bipartisan backlash against Netflix with its release of the film Cuties, the butt-shaking and crotch-grabbing drama Democrat Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard called “child porn” that will “whet the appetite of pedophiles & help fuel the child sex trafficking trade.” In a Slate article entitled “The Creepy Conservative Obsession With Netflix’s Cuties, Explained,” Sam Adams claims that Cuties “finds itself at the toxic intersection of QAnon delusion and right-wing moral panic, with a smattering of leftist outrage on the side.”

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Universities: Black Lives Only By Charles Taylor

     The US universities are way down the path of no-return destruction, which must serve as a lesson for Australia, where the universities have become, as one writer, John Roskam, has put it, “intellectual deserts”:

“Australia's university students are beginning to realise what's happening because they see it in class every day. According to a survey of 500 students commissioned by the Institute of Public Affairs, 31 per cent of respondents have been made to feel uncomfortable by their university teacher for expressing an opinion. Even more damning, 58 per cent of students feel they are more exposed to new ideas on social media than at university. Before too long Australia's universities could be hit by another crisis — a financial one. In 2017, 27 per cent of students enrolled in Australian universities were from overseas and 32 per cent of those students were from China. Analysis by the Centre for Independent Studies reveals at that at University of Sydney, Chinese students account for more than 20 per cent of the university's revenue. Many would argue such a revenue model is unsustainable and that short-term economic profit has taken priority over the maintenance of quality. Australia's universities need to keep in mind that when institutions are in crisis one of two things happens. Institutions reform or they die.”

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Good Hearted, Wishful Thinking By Chris Knight

     I hope that I am wrong about this, but Mike Adams, who produces some top gear material, seems to be overly optimistic in my opinion, in claiming that Trump’s “Operation Warp Speed,” using the military to dispense Covid-19 Vaccines, is really a cover so he can kick into place the Insurrection Act. Sure, but that does not explain all the rest such as the increased surveillance by balloons, that Trump has done nothing, when he could about the Robert Mueller conspiracy, let alone Hillary Clinton, so why should someone lazy, sleepy, and a coward, but still preferable to Biden, do anything once re-elected?

“Trump’s plan to defend America and take down her domestic enemies is now becoming increasingly clear, and one new bombshell conclusion in all this concerns Trump’s vow to use the US military to deploy vaccines nationwide before the election on Nov. 3rd. We now believe, for reasons outlined here, that the “military deployment” of vaccines is a cover story. Trump is using the vaccine issue to place military units in position all across the nation to prepare for a post-election invocation of the Insurrection Act which would activate the military to confront and arrest or eliminate domestic terrorists across the country. In other words, Trump isn’t really leaping in with the vaccine industry as much as we once feared. “Operation Warp Speed” isn’t really a vaccine operation but rather a national security operation that will put US troops on the streets of every American city in an effort to restore the rule of law, arrest treasonous actors (including mayors and governors) and put down left-wing terrorists.     All I can say here is at best, this is naïve, a faith in Trump that the evidence does not support, but I guess at this desperate time it is necessary to give some hope, even if false, to the punters. What is more likely though:

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An Example of What is Wrong with the White “Resistance” “Movement” By Brian Simpson

     I have made many critiques at the journal American Renaissance, supposedly a race realist, and pro-white publication. My critiques have been about its Asianism, championing a blunt, “East Asians are smarter than us whites,” thesis, when there is academic controversy about this, as I covered a few years back in my IQ papers. If this was so, why bother, so help the Asians, as if they would need help from intellectual inferiors! But, let that be water under the bridge. Surely in this time of crisis, if Biden gets in, it is pretty much over for everything Jared Taylor has championed, although East Asia will be fine. Yet, we find this crazy liberalism, where to be “fair” they publish a piece giving the case for Biden:

“Finally, President Trump is a dishonest demagogue. The Washington Post has counted over 18,000 “false or misleading claims” he has made since taking office. He is not a “redeemer” of whites or the working class. He is a liar whose tenure benefits oligarchs far more than anyone else. The Republican Party has become the party of the white working class — but it is not the party for them. I will be voting for Joe Biden.”

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In Defence of our Noble Melbournian Police, Serving and Protecting By Edward Kelly

     As readers know, I am a great supporter of the Victorian premier Dan Andrews and the Victorian police, because I have learnt my lesson from my past life of fighting the law (the law always wins). Thus, that woman who was drained through her car, like spaghetti through a mesh, should have fallen out of her car and saved police working up a sweat, and needing to have extra squirts of deodorant, hand sanitizer and bucket-loads other germ-killing chemicals. Where is the thoughtfulness of people during these trying Coviddy giddy times, for our front-line super troopers?

“Victoria Police has responded following footage of a dramatic in-car arrest of a woman went viral. The 29-year-old woman on Saturday uploaded video of herself being pulled out of her car in Kalkallo, north of Melbourne. She screamed, “I don’t feel safe”, through the footage as a police officer leant over her to get her out of the driver’s seat. Victoria Police have put out a statement, explaining what happened in the lead up. A spokesperson told the woman allegedly refused to provide her details and driver’s licence when stopped at a checkpoint. “The checkpoints between metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria are an important component in stopping the spread of coronavirus,” the spokesperson said.” 

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China Prepares for War! By James Reed

     An update as we move towards the final curtain, the nuclear one. We knew deep down that it had to end like this; original sin, an overload of evil dominating the world for thousands of years, Satanic influences, demons let loose to roam the Earth, and other inconvenient concepts. Better start praying, if you are not already, because given all our problems, divine intervention would be welcome.

“China must “be prepared” for war amid escalating territorial conflicts with neighboring countries that have increased the risk of military conflict in recent months, the Chinese Communist Party newspaper Global Times argued on Friday. In an editorial titled “China must be militarily and morally prepared for war,” Global Times editor-in-chief Hu Xijin claimed that although the Chinese people do not want war, Beijing’s worsening territorial disputes with other countries, such as India, threaten to disrupt the status quo. China is currently engaged in “territorial disputes with several neighboring countries encouraged by the U.S. to confront China,” Hu claimed. “Some of these countries believe that the U.S. support provides them with a strategic opportunity and try to treat China outrageously. They believe that China, under the U.S.’ strategic pressure, is afraid, unwilling, or unable to engage in military conflict with them.” The addition of other conflicts outside of South Asia, such Beijing’s illegal efforts to conquer the South China Sea – specifically its stated aim to “reunify” Taiwan, a sovereign island bordering the sea, with China by force if necessary – means that “the risk of the Chinese mainland being forced into a war has risen sharply in recent times,” according to Hu. “Chinese society must therefore have real courage to engage calmly in a war that aims to protect core interests and be prepared to bear the cost,” he added. “We are confident to win on the battlefield if conflicts are fought with neighboring forces that have territorial disputes with China. Similarly, if there is a war with the U.S. near China’s coastal waters, we also have a good chance of victory,” Hu predicted. The editor proposed a list of five actions China should take “[b]efore engaging in war with a neighboring force.” The fifth proposal states that Beijing “must deliver an ultimatum in advance so that a just war can be started in an upright manner,” though Hu adds that this action should be taken “only in extreme situations, if we need to fire the first shots.” China’s territorial conflicts with both India and Taiwan continue to escalate. On Thursday, Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense said that Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) warplanes violated Taiwanese airspace for the second consecutive day this week. The ministry condemned the intrusions as “a destabilizing action which threatened regional peace.” China and India have been engaged in a border standoff in the western Himalayas since May. The conflict caused the deadliest border clash in 45 years between the two nation’s border regiments on June 15. On Monday, both sides accused each other of firing at opposing border regiments near India’s northern Ladakh territory. If true, the incident would mark the first gunshots fired along the India-China border in 45 years. The defense ministers of both nations met this week in Moscow for diplomatic talks described by Chinese media as the “last chance” to avoid war.”

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Covid-19 Vaccine Failure By Mrs Vera West

     Well, another Covid-19 failure; looks like it will be lockdowns forever given the Black Death on every street.

“On Tuesday, AstraZeneca announced a pause on its experimental COVID-19 vaccine trial after a woman in the UK developed a “suspected serious reaction.” The company is also conducting trials in the U.S., South Africa and Brazil, with enrollment in all these countries on hold for now. AstraZeneca is partnering with researchers at Oxford University to develop this vaccine, and is testing it on children as young as 5 years old. The World Health Organization’s Chief Scientist Soumya Swaminathan called the project a COVID-19 vaccine race “frontrunner” earlier this year. The company asserts that a panel of independent experts will review the adverse reaction and decide whether or not AstraZeneca should lift the pause. While AstraZeneca says the woman has not been officially diagnosed, an anonymous source told the New York Times that the woman’s symptoms were consistent with transverse myelitis (TM). TM is a neurological disorder characterized by inflammation of the spinal cord, a major element of the central nervous system. It often results in weakness of the limbs, problems emptying the bladder and paralysis. Patients can become severely disabled and there is currently no effective cure. Concerns over associations between TM and vaccines are well known. A review of published case studies in 2009 documented 37 cases of transverse myelitis associated with vaccines, including Hepatitis B, measles-mumps-rubella, diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus and others in infants, children and adults. The researchers in Israel noted “the associations of different vaccines with a single autoimmune phenomenon allude to the idea that a common denominator of these vaccines, such as an adjuvant, might trigger this syndrome.” Even the New York Times piece on the recent AstraZeneca trial pause notes past “speculation” that vaccines might be able to trigger TM.

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Mother Earth Anti-Goddess Speaks By Chris Knight

     The climate change fanatical religion has ben a bit quieter during the Covid-conspiracy, but it looks like things are warming up now on the global warming front, to throw in many clever weather metaphors.

“House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday, during an interview on MSNBC, that raging wildfires in California, Oregon, and Washington are direct proof of the climate change disaster unfolding across the country. "Mother Earth is angry," Pelosi said. "She's telling us - whether she's telling us with hurricanes on the Gulf Coast, fires in the West, whatever it is … that the climate crisis is real and has an impact." As Pelosi spoke about the climate crisis, MSNBC showed a series of short clips highlighting the widespread devastation in her home state. Pelosi is the latest in a recent line of leading 'Party of Science' Democrats to attempt to directly connect the wildfire situation in the western US to the climate crisis. For example, California Governor Newsom, on Sunday (Sept. 6), told reporters during a news conference that wildfires in California were "the realities of climate change." "California has always been the canary in the coal mine for climate change, and this weekend's events only underscore that reality," he said. "Wildfires have caused system failures, while near-record energy demand is predicted as a multi-state heatwave hits the West Coast for the second time in a matter of weeks." And none other than former President Barack Obama tweeted that humans were at fault for the orange skies over San Francisco.”

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