Puzzles for the Puzzled? By Peter Ewer

     A Women’s March in the US against the National Rifle Association  and gun rights, no doubt because these are well-known phallic symbols that require symbolic castration, fell to paradox: http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/07/16/womens-march-surrounded-armed-guards-protest-nra-gun-rights/.
The women were surrounded by armed guards, men, gasp, men! with those horrible phallic symbols, guns!  One of the protest themes was, “Real Men Don’t Need Guns.” OK, so the feminists are not real men, did anyone ever say that they were? Just “unreal” men, or womyn or whatever.  And, the power elite, working to take away the guns of ordinary people, while being heavily protected by their men with guns, is nothing new. This would not be a good conspiracy if there was consistent values and standards employed. Of course, the elites are not going to openly say yet that the agenda is to disarm the ordinary people while they remain protected, and able to oppress the ordinary people by having access to weapons. Maybe, just maybe, the plebs might get a wee bit angry about that, but probably not. In a little while it will all be too late for these sleepy folk, and then the cats can be let out of the bag. Pretty cruel though, to keep cats, even metaphorical ones, in bags, but, there you go.

     Moving right along, French president Macron has said anti-Zionism is a reinvented Form of anti-Semitism, speaking at a ceremony commemorating the victims of the mass roundup of Jews in Paris in WWII: https://www.haaretz.com/world-news/1.801574. Such a critique would indeed raise problems for those of the Left arguing as follows:
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/nov/05/israel-accused-war-crimes-gaza--amnesty-international;
https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/campaigns/2015/07/justice-victims-war-crimes-gaza-conflict/;
https://www.hrw.org/world-report/2017/country-chapters/israel/palestine.

     Sorry, we have too many problems on the local front to devote much time to think through this one through. I am sure that people of good will will work it all out, at some point. How about that; I would never have guessed that one could work in two “will” words next to each other in the same sentence. Wonders, truly, never cease. Therefore, there must be hope. Again, two “there” words.

     Speaking of working it out, and of the will to power, King’s College is leading the way here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4698422/King-s-College-replace-busts-founding-fathers.html. Student protests have led to the admin bowing to demands to remove the busts and portraits of the Founding Fathers, who were White, and replace them with busts and portraits of ethnic minorities, their tribes. The present history is too “intimidating” for ethnic minorities. I feel guilty even from across the world, and in fact, now have a migraine headache caused by White guilt. I need a cup of tea, Bex (banned in 1977) and a good lie down: http://www.news.com.au/national/cancer-council-nsw-bex-powder-killed-more-than-pain/news-story/7637adcfe85ce4aa20e1bc267b8113ac;
http://samhs.org.au/Virtual%20Museum/Medicine/Australian_analglesia/Australian_analglesia.html.

      OK, back to business, headache gone, but kidney cancer, on the way, just the way my old man died.  Now, given that these institutions have been financed by the dreaded Whites, wouldn’t it be better to close down these organisations and return the money to the descendants of who build them? The ethnic minorities, so intimidated by Whites, could start their own organisations, financed by their founding Fathers, Mothers, or transgendered people. Then, everybody would be happy, living in multicultural harmony, and joy, joy, joy.

     This may not harmoniously fit in, but there could be a symbol or two here: giant Asian Hornets wipe out a hive of European bees: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZ1eAM8CChc.
But, in singular attack, a hornet can be dealt with by “cooking,” raising their body temperature: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6m40W1s0Wc. It all depends upon the bees working together, not being wiped out as individuals.

 

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