Do Earthly Laws Apply to the Rest of the Universe? The Multiverse? Ian Wilson LL. B

     Is there environmental protection for outer space? That seems like something a law student would come up with for a PhD topic, but, it is seriously considered by legal academics:

“Should regulations for environmental protection be valid beyond our solar system? Currently, extra-terrestrial forms of life are only deemed worth protecting if they can be scientifically investigated. But what about the numerous, presumably lifeless planets whose oxygen atmospheres open up the possibility of their settlement by terrestrial life forms? Theoretical physicist Claudius Gros from Goethe University has taken a closer look at this issue. On earth, environmental protection has the primary goal of ensuring the availability of clean water and clean air for human beings in the future. Human interests usually take also precedent when it comes to protecting more developed animals and plants. Lower life forms such as bacteria, on the other hand, are considered worthy of protection only in exceptional cases. Claudius Gros, professor for theoretical physics at Goethe University, has now investigated the degree to which the norms for the protection of planets can be derived analogously from issues that arise in environmental protection on Earth. The international COSPAR agreements on space research stipulate that space missions must ensure that any existing life – such as possibly on the Jupiter moon Europa – or traces of previous life forms – perhaps on Mars – are not polluted, so that they remain intact for scientific purposes. The protection of extra-terrestrial life as valuable in and of itself is not stipulated.

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Organ Harvesting: First China, Now Canada By Chris Knight

     The idea of organ harvesting in China was once dismissed as a racist fantasy, but now has been accepted in the mainstream, and that’s that, because China just does what it wants. Well, let it; good for them. But now candy Canada is following in its harvesting footsteps, which is a bit surprising:

“Organs are being harvested from some people who have been euthanized in Canada, creating an ethical situation that some critics say amounts to a conflict of interest. On June 18, The Wall Street Journal published an article by law professor Frank Buckley revealing that “about 30 euthanasia patients in Canada have donated their organs after death since 2016.” Buckley noted that the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) has issued guidelines for how the harvesting of organs from people who elect to be killed by medical practitioners should work. Despite some hand-wringing about ethics, the June 3 document allows doctors to canvas their vulnerable, suicidal patients for their organs. “The grim document describes how the organ donation and euthanasia decisions might be disentangled, but allows doctors to raise the possibility of organ donation with their vulnerable, suicidal patients,” he wrote. “It also clarifies that organ removal should not begin until the patient is medically deceased (sic) and the heart has stopped beating.”

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Keep Active to Keep Your Brain from Turning to Slush By Mrs Vera West

     Keeping active in middle age lowers your risk of dementia, and exercise is needed anyway for a multitude of health benefits. Now, what was I talking about? Where did those Big pharma pills walk to?

“Keeping physically and mentally active in middle age may be tied to a lower risk of developing dementia decades later, according to a study published in the February 20, 2019, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. Mental activities included reading, playing instruments, singing in a choir, visiting concerts, gardening, doing needlework or attending religious services. “These results indicate that these activities in middle age may play a role in preventing dementia in old age and preserving cognitive health,” said study author Jenna Najar, MD, from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden. “It’s exciting as these are activities that people can incorporate into their lives pretty easily and without a lot of expense.” The study involved 800 Swedish women with an average age of 47 who were followed for 44 years. At the beginning of the study, participants were asked about their mental and physical activities. Mental activities included intellectual activities, such as reading and writing; artistic activities, such as going to a concert or singing in a choir; manual activities, such as needlework or gardening; club activities; and religious activity.

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France as it was Once Known, Disappears By Richard Miller

     Here is yet another article which charts the doomsday progression of a country into the uncharted waters of chaos and collapse. What happens when national identity is drained away, like a person having their life-blood extracted?

“Regarding France in 2019, it can no longer be denied that a momentous and hazardous transformation, a 'Great Switch', is in the making", observed the founder and president of the Jean-Jacques Rousseau Institute, Michel Gurfinkiel. He was mourning "the passing of France as a distinct country, or at least as the Western, Judeo-Christian nation it had hitherto been presumed to be". A recent cover story in the weekly Le Point called it "the great upheaval". Switch or upheaval, the days of France as we knew it are numbered: the society has lost its cultural center of gravity: the old way of life is fading and close to "extinction". "Frenchness" is disappearing and being replaced by a kind balkanization of enclaves not communicating with one another. For the country most affected by Islamic fundamentalism and terrorism, this is not a good recipe. The French switch is also becoming geographical. France now appears split between "ghettos for the rich" and "ghettos for the poor", according to an analysis of the electoral map by France's largest newspaper, Le Monde. "In the poorest sector, 6 out of 10 newly settled households have a person born abroad", notes Le Monde. A kind of abyss now separates peripheral France -- small towns, suburbs and rural areas – from the globalized metropolis of the "bourgeois Bohemians", or "bobos". The more the French élites with their disposable incomes and cultural leisure cloister themselves in their enclaves, the less likely it is that they will understand the everyday impact of failed mass immigration and multiculturalism.

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Enlightened Cross Dressing Ireland By Mrs Vera West

     A Catholic school is charging ahead with the gender agenda, allowing boys to wear skirts, and sure they are all going to do it to be the new cool, because society tells them to:

“A Catholic school in Ireland announced its new gender-neutral uniform policy for elementary-level pupils that allows girls to wear pants and boys to wear skirts starting in September. St. Brigid’s National School is located in Greystones, a small town near Dublin. The school will allow cross-dressing for its elementary students in order to confirm with transgender ideology. School principal Máire Costello said, according to the Irish Times, that the school’s student council was behind the idea, which was welcomed by the school board and parents. Costello told the paper that the school has students who are “questioning their sexual identity” at an earlier age. Even though St. Brigid’s National School is publicly funded, it’s under the ultimate authority of Dublin Archbishop Diarmuid Martin. Until the change was announced, school policy required boys to wear gray pants and a green sweater. Girls were required to wear a green tartan pinafore. Upon returning to school in September, pupils will be able to choose the clothing they like regardless of their sex.

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The Joy of Living in the Scrub By John Steele

     This was something people in the past would not have thought about but is a product of modern urban living - people spending time outdoors have happier lives:

“It's been established that people who spend more time in parks and other natural settings tend to report higher levels of health and happiness, but new research shows there's actually a magic number for it. According to a study published this week in the journal Nature Scientific Reports, spending 120 minutes a week strolling a tree-lined street or sitting by a lake can greatly enhance a person's overall sense of well-being. Less time didn't yield any significant benefit, the research showed. Those who got in two to three hours in nature were about 20% more likely to report high overall satisfaction with their lives than those who spent no time outdoors at all. The benefits to physical health were even greater, with those who met the outdoors benchmark being 60% more likely to report being in good health than their cooped-in counterparts. The figures were adjusted for a number of characteristics known to influence health and happiness, including socioeconomic factors, neighborhood characteristics and general demographics.

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Men Must Always Pay, Forever By Ian Wilson LL.B

     There are some overseas divorce cases where men who struck it rich, while in divorce proceedings, that were not finalised, still had to fork over half of their windfall earnings:

     However, there can still be come back even after divorce:

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The System is so Rabid it is Now Turning on Itself! By Charles Taylor

     Leftists outside of the New York Times, protesting? Whatever has the politically correct world come to!

“A climate change protest orchestrated by the Extinction Rebellion activist group briefly blocked Eighth Avenue in New York on Saturday afternoon, between the Port Authority transit hub and the home of the New York Times. The New York police department (NYPD) said 70 people were arrested as they called for more effective media coverage of the dangers of climate change, in a dramatic demonstration that saw people stage a die-in in front of the newspaper building and disrupt traffic in midtown Manhattan. Two demonstrators scaled the front of the Port Authority building, which houses a major bus terminal and subway interchange, to hang a protest banner. Protesters also climbed on to the canopy outside the Times headquarters and unfurled a banner that encouraged the use of the phrase “climate emergency” instead of “climate change”. One protester, Donna Nicolino, told the Guardian she was ready to be arrested, because “we want the New York Times as well as all the other media to treat climate change as the crisis it is”. She joined a line of people with arms linked on West 40th Street and Eighth Avenue, blocking the road. The group remained until they were arrested by New York City police officers. “The lack of coverage of the climate crisis is completely unacceptable,” said Becca Trabin, a member of Extinction Rebellion’s press and fundraising teams. “It’s a public safety crisis on a global scale.”

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The Sheer Beauty of Multicult Education: Give Me More, Give Me More! By Richard Miller

     Theme song to open this diatribe about dying tribes, is from the TV series Vikings, the theme song, If I Had a Heart 26 (January 2009) by Swedish recording artist Fever Ray (Karin Dreijer), so get out your Viking bearded axe:

“This will never end 'cause I want more
More, give me more, give me more

This will never end 'cause I want more
More, give me more, give me more

If I had a heart I could love you
If I had a voice I would sing
After the night when I wake up
I'll see what tomorrow brings

If I had a voice I would sing

Dangling feet from window frame
Will They ever ever reach the floor?
More, give me more, give me more

Crushed and filled with all I found
Underneath and inside
Just to come around
More, give me more, give me more

If I had a voice I would sing”

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Trump Almost Launched Missiles on Iran; Well, There is Always Tomorrow By James Reed

     First there was the obvious false flag, that Iran attacked the Japanese tankers, where the captain said that the ship was hit by a flying object, widely reported in the mainstream press:'flying-objects'-just-before-attack

     Then we had news of Iran doing cyber-attacks on the US, as if this is not done by everybody all of the time, and the US retaliating with an attack back, which is just business as usual in the world unknown to the sheeple:

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Iran War and Global Economic Collapse? By Peter Ewer

    Here I was following the James Reed line, well expressed in the play, Mother Courage, that the coming Iran War was to serve specific interests, being what the Controllers want. Yet, there is opinion that the global economy could crash from this. I am not sure, but the point of view is worth examining, although our financial experts may disagree:

“The Fed could find itself defending the role of the US dollar as the world reserve currency during any conflict in the Persian Gulf that would see the cost of oil rise to $300 a barrel, threatening trillions of dollars in derivatives and toppling the global economy. The military-industrial complex would in turn be involved in a war that it would struggle to contain and even win, destroying the United States’ image of invincibility and inflicting a mortal blow on its ability to project power to the four corners of the world. Just look at how surprised US officials were about Iran’s capabilities to shot down an advanced US Drone: “Iran’s ability to target and destroy the high-altitude American drone, which was developed to evade the very surface-to-air missiles used to bring it down, surprised some Defense Department officials, who interpreted it as a show of how difficult Tehran can make things for the United States as it deploys more troops and steps up surveillance in the region.”

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Just a Cultural Misunderstanding By Richard Miller

     In our diverse and culturally exciting West, it is necessary to be highly tolerant of diverse and exciting behaviours, and people not fully understanding the rich and diverse, exciting legal framework of an exciting and diverse multicult society in all of its exciting and diverse majesty:

“A migrant suspected of raping and sexually abusing a much younger girl claims that he did not know it was illegal in Sweden because no-one had told him. The suspected sexual abuse took place in April of this year at a family home with the young girl, whose exact age has not been revealed. It is alleged she was forced to have sex with the supposedly 17-year-old migrant, newspaper Lokaltidningen reports. When questioned, the migrant reportedly admitted that he had sex with the young girl but said that it had not been a crime and was just something that “happened between two children.” In an Administrative court, it was argued that while the migrant did admit to the crime he was not aware of the laws regarding sexual relations and that no-one in Sweden had taught him what the laws and expected norms were. The representative argued that the court should not proceed with a prosecution, claiming that the young man had been doing well in school and that his school progress would be harmed if he were to be prosecuted.”

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Just Wait for the Police By John Steele

     Here are two videos which I have seen where US cops do super-stupid, criminally negligent things with firearms, and in one, open fire on a store into which  a crook has fled, killing the innocent store manager.

     In general, at least for US police, most shots fired miss, perhaps up to 80 percent:

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Little Darling, Here Comes the Sun By Brian Simpson

     Even if the official narrative, dominated by the IPCC climate gurus was true, and please all climate change deniers, God bless you,  don’t throw a fit, because  in science it is possible to assume certain things even if false to see  what conclusions can be deduced, it would still not follow that every variable has been considered, since these climate change gurus have an Earth-based bias, and there is the role of the principal energy-giver, the sun, to consider, in long sentences:

“While there is no dispute among scientists that the Sun and its cyclical output is the true external force driving Earth’s energy and climate system as part of a Sun-centered Universe, the IPCC’s exclusion of the Sun from its consideration can only be seen as a deliberate thwarting of a basic fundamental law of  science, a process which assures a free inquiry based on reason and evidence. It is the Sun which all planets of the solar system orbit around, that has the strongest gravitational pull in the solar system, is the heaviest of all celestial bodies and its sunspots in relation to Earth’s temperatures has been known since Galileo began drawing sunspots in 1613. Yet the IPCC which touts a ‘scientific view of climate change’would have us believe the Sun is irrelevant and immaterial to the IPCC’s world view and Earth’s climate; hardly a blip on their radar. In the GW debate, CO2 is dismissed as a colorless, odorless pollutant that gets little credit as a critical component for its contribution to life on the planet as photosynthesis does not happen without co2.  A constant presence in Earth’s atmosphere since the production of oxygen, all living organisms depend on co2 for its existence.

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White Guilt Roundup By Chris Knight

     For our conservative friends who have not yet found the way … a roundup of items, cut from the eye of life: People whose ancestors, may of may not have been slaves, justify contemporary rapes, even though the past crime, to distinct individuals was not rape, indicating multiple fallacies of reason:

     Sometimes, in the multicult, it just has to rain rats, and no doubt we should not discriminate against rats, as they are people/moral agents to, in a way, according to animal righters:

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White Suicide and National Suicide By Charles Taylor

     Could this and more, generally ethno-cultural implosion, have something to do with the rise in suicides, especially in the US? Are poor folk seeing, or intuitively sensing what lies down the track, and are checking out now? Can’t really blame them:

“Key findings
Data from the National Vital Statistics System, Mortality
•    For 2000–2016, the age-adjusted suicide rate increased 30%, from 10.4 to 13.5 per 100,000 population, increasing on average by about 1% per year from 2000 through 2006 and by 2% per year from 2006 through 2016.
•    For females aged 10–74, suicide rates in 2016 were higher than in 2000.
•    For males aged 15–74, suicide rates in 2016 were higher than in 2000.
•    In 2016, for females, suffocation accounted for a higher percentage of suicides among those under age 25, while poisoning accounted for a higher percentage among those aged 45 and over.
•    In 2016, firearms were the most common means of suicide among males aged 15 and over.
In 2016, suicide was the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. Although the Healthy People 2020 target is to reduce suicide rates to 10.2 per 100,000 by 2020, suicide rates have steadily increased in recent years This Data Brief uses the most recent data from the National Vital Statistics System (NVSS) to update trends in suicide mortality from 2000 through 2016 and to describe differences by sex, age group, and means of suicide (e.g., suffocation, firearms, poisoning).”

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Why I Sleep in a Tent By John Steele

     Regular readers will know that as a former soldier, divorced, and a typically alienated older male, Anglo Saxon, dispossessed etc. I live, and thus sleep in a tent. But, I am not the only one doing this. Here is a great video by athlete Rich Roll who puts the case for a natural Stoic approach to life which emphasises basic natural living and food (mainly vegetables) and the need for sleep for human quality in an insanely paced world. He found that sleeping in a tent improved his sleep, wellbeing and overall efficiency. I concur, totally. I am not sure how his wife likes it. Still, when I was married I used to sleep on the floor, after doing the martial duties, so people work it out. Where there is a will,  there is a way.

The Close Down the Universities Movement Grows By James Reed

     I believe that your truly, James Red was one of the first to write about closing down the universities, and I put the idea to Sir Walter Crocker when I met him while visiting Adelaide about 1992. I was teaching then, and a bit concerned about my job, so I did not write for On Target, but I did talk regularly with Eric. Anyway, my spot in history will be forgotten, but I am not in it for the ego, but to get the job done. Better people are now saying better what I originally said. Take my only favourite philosopher, Roger Scruton, for example:

“Sir Roger Scruton says that getting rid of left-wing universities could end discrimination he believes conservatives face on some campuses. The philosopher thinks 'we have completely lost control' of state-sponsored institutions. The 75-year-old told a London conference on the future of Europe that universities could be founded outside the rubric of state control. Giving the University of Buckingham as an example, he suggested that private institutions would be preferable. But he added that scrapping state universities altogether could be another option, The Times reports. 'But there’s the other way forward, which is to get rid of universities altogether. That is to say, make sure their sources of funding dry up,' he said. 'They are essentially state-sponsored institutions. Withdrawing the grants that they enjoy would bring them right down to the level to which they are actually approaching.' His remarks come after a study found that just 11 per cent of academics supported the Tories in 2015, with 70 per cent backing Labour. In 1960 about 33 per cent supported the Conservatives and 45 per cent backed Labour. Sir Roger, who is acquainted with Hungary's right-wing prime minister Viktor Orban, was sacked as a government adviser on housing last month. His dismissal followed an interview in the left-wing New Statesman in which he made comments derided as racist. 

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Putin on the Coming War and Infinity Refugee Flows By James Reed

     With the demonic Deep State needing war with Russia to satisfy their psychopathic desire for killing, with drones being shot down and other fun things, it is only a matter of time before the big fireworks start.  Assuming that things do not go full nuclear too soon, which is improbable, what is the likely result? Clearly another reason to flood the West with trillions of refugees. Just ask Vlad the lad:

“Following China's warning this week that the United States is poised to open "Pandora's Box" in the Middle East should it escalate military action against Iran, Russia's President Vladimir Putin has weighed in, on Thursday saying any American military strike would have "catastrophic" consequences. Putin warned further that US attack "would trigger a surge in violence and a possible refugee exodus," according to Reuters. During an annual televised question and answer session hosted by the Russian leader, he reiterated Moscow's position that Tehran is in full compliance with its nuclear commitments under the 2015 JCPOA. He also slammed the US-imposed sanctions now choking the Iranian economy as "groundless". "I want to say at once that this would be a catastrophe for the region" — Putin said.”

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The Central Park Rapists and Colleagues By Chris Knight

     The 1989 case of the Central Park 5, five blacks who savagely raped a White jogger in Central park, is being raised as yet another example of White racism. Queen Ann Coulter has taken this one apart, better than anything else I have seen and this article below has been well-cited by all of our favourite sites. It shows the dangers of diversity, and jogging:

“Last week from Ann Coulter: The Wilding Of Linda Fairstein, And The Guilt Of The Central Park 5

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