John Ioannidis on the Concept of a Covid-19 Death By Brian Simpson

     Lots of shonky things have happened, and are happening re Covid-19 construction and reporting. Academic debunker of all things statistical, Professor John Ioannidis, has been working overtime:

“A Florida health official told a local news station that a young man who was listed as a COVID-19 victim had no underlying conditions. The answer surprised reporters, who probed for additional information. “He died in a motorcycle accident,” Dr. Raul Pino clarified. “You could actually argue that it could have been the COVID-19 that caused him to crash. I don’t know the conclusion of that one.” The anecdote is a ridiculous example of a real controversy that has inspired some colorful memes: what should define a COVID-19 death? While the question is important, such incidents may be just the tip of the proverbial iceberg regarding the unreliability of COVID-19 data. In May, a public radio station in Miami broke what soon became a national story. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) had been conflating antibody and viral testing, obscuring key metrics lawmakers use to determine if they should reopen their respective economies. The story was soon picked up by NPR, who spoke to an epidemiologist who condemned the practice. "Reporting both serology and viral tests under the same category is not appropriate, as these two types of tests are very different and tell us different things," Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security told NPR. The Atlantic soon followed with an article that explained the agency was painting an inaccurate picture of the state of the pandemic. The practice, the writers said, was making it difficult to tell if more people were actually sick or had merely acquired antibodies from fighting off the virus. Public health experts were not impressed.

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Does a Cat Mind-Altering Parasite Cause Leftism? By Brian Simpson

     It is interesting to speculate about the finding that a zombie parasite, that alters the minds of cats in a racially suicidal manner, is widespread in people. Some scientists see this as producing mental illness in humans. But I ask: could leftism be a product of a mind virus infection?

“A surprising new study suggests two-thirds of Australians have been exposed to a potentially mind-altering cat parasite. Toxoplasma gondii is famous for manipulating the brains of infected mice so they run towards cats, instead of away from them – raising questions about what it could be doing to human brains. New research from a team of Edith Cowan University scientists found 66 per cent of the 150 people they studied had antibodies to the parasite. “It blew us out of the water,” said Dr Aus Molan, the Edith Cowan University researcher who led the study. Toxoplasma gondii is a cat parasite that has the ability to infect other species, which has allowed it to become incredibly widespread. A review published in February suggested about half of Australian domestic and wild cats have it, but many other animals suffer too – it has even turned up in Australian dugongs. While it can live in other animals, it can only reproduce in cats. That seems like a fatal flaw. But the parasite has developed the ability to rewire the minds of mice and rats, making them attracted to the smell of cat urine – essentially bringing the parasite back to the cat. When it infects a human, our immune systems force toxo to become dormant. The parasite hides as cysts in the brain and muscle. For the vast majority of people the cysts will seem to remain there harmlessly. “If you talk to clinicians, they say ‘you don’t need to worry about it’,” said Dr Tonkin. “But it’s really not known.

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Try This for Official Degeneracy! By Mrs Vera West

     This horror speaks for itself. And, it is from the Canadian government, which says it all. Adult discretion please, shocking thing for news reporting I agree.

“B.C. health officials are recommending an age-old, occasionally cutting-edge tactic for sex during the coronavirus pandemic: “glory holes.” The B.C. Centre for Disease Control added new recommendations for socially distant sex to its COVID-19 website this week. One of those tips was to try using a “glory hole” — a hole cut into a wall that’s only large enough for a penis to slip through. Glory holes are typically used for anonymous oral or penetrative sex, according to Urban Dictionary, but they’re also an excellent way to limit physical contact during intercourse, the B.C. CDC says. “Use barriers, like walls (e.g., glory holes), that allow for sexual contact but prevent close face-to-face contact,” the health organization writes on its website. The recommendation is just a tip and not a firm rule, according to the website. The site includes many other tips for reducing your risk of spreading the coronavirus during sex, such as wearing a mask, refraining from kissing, using a condom and washing your body with soap and water. Health officials across the country have echoed most of that advice, although they haven’t said anything about glory holes. New York City health officials hinted at using glory holes in a recent three-page document without specifically naming them. “Be creative with sexual positions and physical barriers, like walls, that allow sexual contact while preventing close face-to-face contact,” the document said.

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The French Revolution 2.0 By Chris Knight

     Comparisons are being made that the BLM movement is like the early stages of the French Revolution, designed to tear down the old order. This will be interesting, since it is unclear what could possibly hold the present cesspool together. And the parasites are quite likely to deprive themselves of their host:

“The Black Lives Matter movement may be on its way to becoming a mass movement similar to the French Revolution, Hoover Institution senior fellow Victor Davis Hanson said. In an interview with author and conservative radio show host Eric Metaxas, Hanson cited glaring similarities between the ongoing Black Lives Matter movement and the French Revolution’s Jacobin dictatorship, which is known for its “reign of terror.” According to Hanson, the similarities between the two become even more apparent once their ideologies get inspected, noting that Black Lives Matter takes after the French Revolution’s values of “egalitarianism and fraternity,” which sought to change every aspect of the citizens’ life. “Everything is on the table. I never imagined that NPR would be telling listeners to decolonize their library or there would be women to shave their heads so they wouldn’t have non-African American hair, or they wouldn’t privilege their whiteness,” Hanson said, describing the acts as reflective of “reeducation camp mentalities.” “That’s what we are witnessing now with this movement,” Hanson said, echoing statements he made during a prior appearance at Fox’s The Ingraham Angle. Hanson, during his Ingraham Angle appearance, noted that while Black Lives Matter had legitimate concerns regarding African-American issues during the early days following George Floyd’s death at the hands of a White police officer, the movement has since devolved and become what he called a forum for “blanket condemnation” of law enforcement and authorities. “…All of a sudden people were cutting their hair and saying ‘I’m not black.’ Children were accusing their parents of racism or suddenly it was ‘defund the police’ or you have to remove books from your bookshelf if they display inordinate attention to white authors,” Hanson said, referring to the social justice-related trends that have since emanated from the movement. “You’ll never be able to satisfy the iteration as they get more radical,” Hanson told host Laura Ingraham. This, Hanson said, stems in part from globalization and multiculturalism, noting that there are approximately 55 million people in the country who, due to their being born and raised abroad, may not be familiar with traditional American values.”

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Kill a White; Get a Medal? By Charles Taylor (Florida)

     Wow, there goes the rule of law! A killer is let off without any jail time at all because the judge thought that said killer had a positive impact upon the community. Guess the colour?

“A New York City judge has sentenced a former Wake Forest University assistant basketball coach to three years of probation with no jail time in the one-punch death of a tourist from Florida. Jamill C. Jones, 37, was sentenced on Thursday for third-degree assault in the August 2018 homicide of 35-year-old Sandor Szabo in Queens. He had faced a maximum of one year in jail. Judge Joanne B. Watters explained in her ruling that a jail sentence would ‘would only serve to punish Mr. Jones,’ adding ‘it is my opinion that Mr. Jones is repentant.’ Watters cited the ‘the positive impact Mr Jones has had on his community,’ which according to his attorney, Eric Renfroe, included mentoring young black girls without fathers. The ruling came as a shock to Szabo’s family, including his mother Donna Kent, who delivered a stirring, tearful impact statement at the sentencing hearing, which was conducted over video-conference after months of delays due to the pandemic. ‘He will always be a murderer, a coward,’ Kent said in her remarks. ‘No parent should ever have to endure this kind of torture.’ Current New York laws only allow misdemeanor assault charges in single-blow cases where prosecutors are merely able to show an intent to injure, rather than an intent to kill. Kent, as well as District Attorney Kirk A. Sendlein, who prosecuted the case, had both asked Judge Watters to impose the maximum possible sentence of one year in jail, citing the fact that a homicide was being charged as a misdemeanor.

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Will there be a UFO Invasion Soon? Will George Soros Work with Alien Over-Lords for Cosmic Diversity? By Brian Simpson

     Just to add icing to the cake, what we need next is an alien invasion. Sure, we have mass immigration, but that is humans. How about alien spaces craft from other worlds? Or, perhaps, the latest fear, space germs, sent here specially to wipe us out. Far fetched?  Well, the truth is out there, somewhere.

“Despite Pentagon statements that it disbanded a once-covert program to investigate unidentified flying objects, the effort remains underway — renamed and tucked inside the Office of Naval Intelligence, where officials continue to study mystifying encounters between military pilots and unidentified aerial vehicles. Pentagon officials will not discuss the program, which is not classified but deals with classified matters. Yet it appeared last month in a Senate committee report outlining spending on the nation’s intelligence agencies for the coming year. The report said the program, the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force, was “to standardize collection and reporting” on sightings of unexplained aerial vehicles, and was to report at least some of its findings to the public every six months. While retired officials involved with the effort — including Harry Reid, the former Senate majority leader — hope the program will seek evidence of vehicles from other worlds, its main focus is on discovering whether another nation, especially any potential adversary, is using breakout aviation technology that could threaten the United States. Senator Marco Rubio, the Florida Republican who is the acting chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, told a CBS affiliate in Miami this month that he was primarily concerned about reports of unidentified aircraft over American military bases — and that it was in the government’s interest to find out who was responsible.”

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Armed, 10-Year-Old Car Jackers! By Charles Taylor

     This is how it is likely to end, as children arm themselves, or are armed by adults with guns, then go on crime sprees, something common in Africa.

“A band of armed children allegedly committed 15 carjackings since late June in Chicago’s South Side and have yet to be caught, police said. The majority of the auto theft has taken place in the past week with six separate carjackings on Saturday alone, according to a Chicago Police bulletin that was provided to the Daily Caller News Foundation. Law enforcement are on the hunt for between four and six African American suspects aged 10 to 17,  the bulletin said. The group of kids has reportedly fired guns in two of the incidents and allegedly approached their victims while idle or parked at a gas station. Many of the robberies occurred in broad daylight, the notice read. “I’m scared to use my garage. I don’t feel safe in my neighborhood,” carjacking victim and Chicago elementary school teacher Alyssa Blanchard told Fox 5. Blanchard said she was forcibly removed from her BMW by two kids brandishing handguns in a hospital parking lot on July 14. The group pointed the firearms at her head, grabbed her purse and sped off with her luxury vehicle, according to Fox 5. The following day the armed teens allegedly used the BMW to steal another vehicle from a 21-year-old, injuring the young woman in the process. Police found Blanchard’s car days later after it had been crashed, the local outlet reported. “I teach this age group and I can’t believe they would do this,” Blanchard told Fox 5.

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Hot Dog Eating: Vital News By Brian Simpson

     The really important question for science is: how many hot dogs can a human eat in ten minutes? Have a guess, then read on for the most ground shattering research humanity has ever conducted:

“A professor at High Point University in North Carolina has released a study of how many hot dogs a human being can possibly eat in a ten-minute time span. Using data from 39 years of the traditional Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, Dr. James Smoliga has determined that 83 hot dogs is the most a human can consume in that time period. “Dr. Smoliga’s calculations show that when adjusted for body mass, the world’s most competitive hot dog eaters could outeat a grizzly bear or a coyote, as measured by the amount of food per unit of time,” wrote the New York Times, although the paper added that “Humans do not come close to eating as much as the Burmese python, which can consume up to 75 percent of its body weight in a single meal.” “The maximal limits of human performance are a perpetually interesting, interdisciplinary topic of scientific discourse,” writes in his study, adding, “Digestive system capacity is not typically explored as a measure of human performance, but the ability to consume and digest large quantities of food is advantageous if resource availability is unpredictable.” After watching hot dog eating champion Joey Chestnut break his own eating record year after year, Smoglia grew interested in what the upper limit of human encased meat endurance would be. Over the most recently 4th of July weekend, Chestnut consumed 75 hot dogs, winning for the 13th time. Miki Sudo won her seventh straight women’s championship by eating a record 48.5 hot dogs. (Sudo also holds world championships in eating kimchi, hotdish, and ice cream.) In making his calculations, Smoglia used an existing formula by Stanford researchers that figured the limits of running speeds for dogs, horses, and humans. But not all academics are buying Smoglia’s inter-species calculations, arguing that normal eating habits, of, say, snakes, are different than abnormal human eating habits in contests. “It’s nice to make a comparison amongst species, but I don’t know if it’s exactly the same,” said Annelies De Cuyper, an animal nutritionist at Ghent University in Belgium, to The Times. “If you put them all together in a contest, I don’t know who would win,” she told the paper.”

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Turning on Their Own By Bruce Bennett

     A professor says that the publishing industry is not racist, and now he faces sacking. And, he is a supporter of BLM. Well, the revolution is “eating its own,” now:

“‘I am pro-Black Lives Matter. I am not racist, not by a long shot’
A University of Pennsylvania professor may be kicked out of leadership in a prestigious literary group for privately disputing the wording of a proposed Black Lives Matter statement. The National Book Critics Circle said it’s “facilitating a special membership meeting” to vote on the removal of Carlin Romano from its board, citing a request from “more than 30 regular members.” Romano’s critics are trying to get him fired by Penn as well. More than 240 people have signed a petition demanding that Penn’s Annenberg School for Communication, where Romano (above) teaches media theory and philosophy, “prohibit Carlin Romano from teaching at Penn this fall or ever again.” The professor’s job at Penn does not appear to be in immediate danger. Neither Penn media relations nor Annenberg Director of Communications Julie Sloane responded to College Fix queries about Romano’s job. While NPR described Romano’s comments as “racist,” his primary objection to the proposed statement was that it ignored the American publishing industry’s efforts to promote black authors in the past few decades. Romano, a former NBCC president and its current vice president of grants, also said he bore no “culpability” for the supposed “erasure of BIPOC [black, indigenous and people of color] voices” in publishing, as the statement described the industry. “I myself have probably written more articles and reviews about Philadelphia’s black literature and traditions in my 25 years at the [Philadelphia] Inquirer than anyone living, black or white,” he wrote in the email to fellow board members that is now being used against him. He also objected to the media’s portrayal of his comments in the private email, telling The Daily Pennsylvanian: “I am pro-Black Lives Matter. I am in favor of greater diversity in the book publishing business. I am not racist, not by a long shot.”

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On Banning all Non-Aboriginal Religions? By Ian Wilson LL.B

      Here is a petition before the Queensland parliament, which illustrates how mad things are getting:

“TO: The Honourable the Speaker and Members of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland
Queensland residents draws to the attention of the House certain religious organisations operating in Queensland have a prime belief that a supreme being created the Earth about 6000 years ago. This is an anathema to many sciences and in particular to Aboriginal culture which is 60,000 to 120,000 years old. The creationist religions effectively deny Aboriginal history and culture thereby breaching our racist vilification laws. Your petitioners, therefore, request the House to ensure that religious organisations preaching that a supreme being created the Earth about 6000 years ago not receive any State government assistance, exemptions, subsidies or funding.”

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Coon Cheese gets Cancelled By James Reed

     I understand; someone found it offensive; but at least we still have the tastiest cheese on the planet, to eat at home under lock down and cancellation. Once cheese is banned itself, whatever shall I do for fibre?

“The Coon cheese brand name will be scrapped from Australian supermarkets after 78 years by its Canadian owners. Aboriginal activists have spent the past 20 years lobbying to have the brand name changed as the word 'coon' is demeaning to people of colour. On Friday, the company announced it had decided to retire the Coon brand name. The move comes after the Black Lives Matter movement gathered momentum in the wake of the death of George Floyd. The company confirmed it would look for a new name which 'aligned with current attitudes'. We performed a careful and diligent review of this sensitive situation,’ the CEO of Saputo, which makes the cheese, Lino Saputo Jr said. 'We wanted to ensure we listened to all the concerns surrounding the COON brand name, while also considering comments from consumers who cherish the brand and recognise the origin of its founder Edward William Coon, which they feel connected to. 'After thorough consideration, Saputo has decided to retire the COON brand name. 'As part of this process of transformation, we commit to keep our stakeholders informed as we move forward.”

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Settling of the Americas Prehistory By Brian Simpson

     The idea that the ancestors of the American Indians, the Clovis people of around 11,00 years ago, were the only people to settle the Americas in prehistory has been facing challenge, even in our pc times. Of course, evidence of white settlement is always discounted.

“Humans settled in the Americas much earlier than previously thought, according to new finds from Mexico. They suggest people were living there 33,000 years ago, twice the widely accepted age for the earliest settlement of the Americas. The results are based on work at Chiquihuite Cave, a high-altitude rock shelter in central Mexico. Archaeologists found nearly 2,000 stone tools, suggesting the cave was used by people for at least 20,000 years.

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Ok To be White? By James Reed

     The “ok to be white meme,” has produced the expected violent reactions. But, the question must now be asked, when a parliament votes against this, they are saying that it is not ok to be white. But, in multiculturalism, where all races and cultures are equal, how can that be? It cannot be, as argued in more detail in the posts below, so what this proves is that there is a conspiracy against whiteness.

“When the slogan “It’s okay to be white” first appeared on 4chan’s /pol/ in 2017, it was promoted as a diagnostic tool to help convince “normies” that we live under anti-white regimes. After all, how could anyone object to “It’s okay to be white”? The slogan does not claim that being white is great. It does not claim that being white is better. It merely says that being white is okay, which is the faintest possible praise. Furthermore, “It’s okay to be white” says nothing at all about other races. It certainly doesn’t denigrate them. So on what grounds could one object to saying “It’s okay to be white”? As Tucker Carlson put it, “What’s the correct position? That it’s not okay to be white?” If multiculturalism is truly an ideology of equality and inclusion, then multiculturalists should have no problem saying “It’s okay to be white.” They would grant it the same status as “Black is beautiful” and “It’s okay to be different.” Indeed, whiteness is one form of difference. Clearly, one could object to a statement as innocuous as “It’s okay to be white” only if one really has something against white people, specifically a deep hatred or prejudice. This is why it is such a useful diagnostic tool. “It’s okay to be white” flyers and stickers were posted widely in the United States and other white countries, primarily in the Anglosphere. As its creators predicted, the slogan provoked an immediate and intense backlash, far out of proportion to the inoffensive message. Upon seeing “It’s okay to be white” signs and stickers, the first reaction of hundreds of people was to call the police. This can be verified simply by entering the words “police” and “It’s okay to be white” in the search engine of your choice. (DuckDuckGo gives the best results.) This happened even in the United States, where the First Amendment to the US Constitution protects freedom of speech.”

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Normal is Never By James Reed

     As it says in the good Book: “What sorrow for those who say that evil is good and good is evil, that dark is light and light is dark, that bitter is sweet and sweet is bitter. What sorrow for those who are wise in their own eyes and think themselves so clever. What sorrow for those who are heroes at drinking wine and boast about all the alcohol they can hold. They take bribes to let the wicked go free, and they punish the innocent. Therefore, just as fire licks up stubble and dry grass shrivels in the flame, so their roots will rot and their flowers wither. For they have rejected the law of the Lord of Heaven’s Armies.” Isaiah 5: 20-24. Those who have inflicted this inversion of reality upon us, have get to meet their just deserts, but I am sure that they have over-extended, and unleashed forces that will consume them, in the end.

“According to a new survey of 2,000 Americans, many among us are worried the world will never return to its simpler, pre-coronavirus state. All in all, 75% of surveyed Americans said they fear life will never return to what was once “normal.” The survey, commissioned by Torch, asks respondents how they envision the world will appear in the wake of COVID-19. One overarching theme that participants echo is just how different the workplace, and employment in general, will be. As of now, 59% of surveyed Americans admit they would be far too afraid to start reporting to a shared workplace once again. Meanwhile, 36% have concerns they’ll never be able to get back to the office without potentially putting themselves and their family in harm’s way. Interestingly, when asked about their manager or boss, 60% shares the belief that their supervisor didn’t handle the transition to remote work quite as well as he or she should have. Also, 67% think their employer doesn’t understand how hard it is to work from home, especially for parents. Of course, parent or not, it seems pretty much everyone is feeling more on edge these days. Most survey participants (64%) don’t feel as productive as they should be due to intrusive feelings of pandemic-related anxiety. Even when offices do eventually re-open, there’s still the major problem of commuting to consider; 70% of respondents say just the thought of using public transit stresses them out. Similarly, another 64% think their employer should be much more flexible regarding remote work, even when offices are fully reopened. Is there any way to improve productivity while working from home? Somewhat surprisingly, 70% of Americans wouldn’t mind talking to a work coach to help with efficiency. Close to 75% of survey participants believe handshakes are now a relic of the past. Another 45% think companies should start administering temperature checks before office entrance is permitted.”

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Coming soon: 1,000, 000 G Tech to Cook the Planet, Maybe Solar System By Brian Simpson

     The technocrats would not stop at 5G technology, but immediately are going to 6G. Then it will be 7G, and finally infinity G, until the entire planet is cooked, everything melted down to the molten core of the Earth. Only when total universal destruction of the planet comes, can the elites stop, because they would have melted too:

“6G is coming! Well, not anytime soon but it is expected to be keep the world connected by the year 2028. Samsung has released its 6G white paper, providing details on what can be expected. We are still waiting for 5G that is expected in mid-2020, but "it’s not too early to start preparing for 6G.” “While 5G commercialization is still in its initial stage, it’s never too early to start preparing for 6G because it typically takes around 10 years from the start of research to commercialization of a new generation of communications technology,” said Sunghyun Choi, Head of the Advanced Communications Research Center. “We’ve already launched the research and development of 6G technologies by building upon the experience and ability we have accumulated from working on multiple generations of communications technology, including 5G. Going forward, we are committed to leading the standardization of 6G in collaboration with various stakeholders across industry, academia and government fields.” “Samsung defines three categories of requirements that have to be met to realize 6G services – performance, architectural and trustworthiness requirements.” Samsung is set to begin 6G research in "full-scale" this year, said Choi. It also aims to have started extensive work on defining and developing technical standards in 2021. In the white paper, Samsung expects that the completion of the 6G standard and its earliest commercialization date could be as early as 2028. Mass commercialisation may occur around 2030, with humans and machines (yes, machines) being the main users of 6G.

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A Loss in the Federal Court By Ian Wilson LL. B

     Unfortunately, there has been a loss in the Peter Ridd Case in the Federal Court:

“James Cook University has won a bid to overturn a court decision last year awarding $1.2m to outspoken professor Peter Ridd over his sacking for criticising climate science and fellow academics at the Townsville-based institution. The full bench of the Federal Circuit Court on Wednesday found JCU was within its rights to sack Professor Ridd for “serious misconduct” in 2018 after he publicly disparaged his colleagues and claimed the university’s Great Barrier Reef global warming science was misleading and sensationalist. Defending his actions, the marine physicist said it was within his right to intellectual freedom but the full court ruled that liberty was constrained by the behavioural standards of the university’s code of conduct. Professor Ridd confirmed to The Australian on Wednesday that he had sought legal advice about challenging the verdict in the High Court. The university stalwart was given an initial warning in April 2016 after he emailed a journalist and criticised his colleague Professor Terry Hughes, the head of JCU’s Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, for using “misleading” images portraying “broad scale decline” in the health of the Great Barrier Reef. The university found he had breached the code of conduct because he had not acted collegiately.”

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How is this for Bare-Faced Absurdity: The Fall of the Rule of Law By Charles Taylor (Florida)

     First the story, which is utterly incredible, even in this age of the absurd, then my exasperated comments:

“The pistol Patricia McCloskey waved at protesters who broke down a gate to trespass on their private street was a non-operable 'prop' used during a lawsuit they were involved in, so a member of Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner's staff ordered the crime lab to disassemble and reassemble the gun - allowing them to classify it as "capable of lethal use" in charging documents filed Monday, according to KSDK5. In Missouri, police and prosecutors must prove that a weapon is “readily” capable of lethal use when it is used in the type of crime with which the McCloskeys have been charged. Assistant Circuit Attorney Chris Hinckley ordered crime lab staff members to field strip the handgun and found it had been assembled incorrectly. Specifically, the firing pin spring was put in front of the firing pin, which was backward, and made the gun incapable of firing, according to documents obtained by 5 On Your Side. Firearms experts then put the gun back together in the correct order and test-fired it, finding that it worked, according to the documents.”

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Get Rid of Whitey! By Richard Miller

     For BLM activists, there is only one enemy, and that is white men; maybe White women can be racially recycled, you know, as booty, or to make sandwiches/burgers and fries.

“At a Black Lives Matter demonstration in London, a self-described mixed-race member of the LGBT community said that the concept of intersectionality means that there is “one common enemy: the white man” and therefore “we need to get rid of them”. On Sunday, Black Lives Matter protesters marched from Marble Arch in Hyde Park to Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, where speakers spoke out against systemic racism and capitalism. One of the speakers said that to understand the movement, it is important to understand the tenants of the left-wing sociological concept of “intersectionality”. “You can’t talk about education, and you can’t talk about black issues, and LGBT issues, and exclude them as if they’re some individual issue; you need to be looking at this using intersectionality,” he said in a Breitbart London exclusive video. The speaker said that intersectionality “means recognising that there is one common enemy: the white man. The systems that they use are capitalism, patriarchy, and fascism. They were created and perpetuated by white men, for white men, in the interests of white men.” He added that “once we realise that we are all fighting the same fight, it just strengthens the army. A problem shared is a problem halved. Imagine if we all realised and came together and grouped together?” “All of these groups of people, the issues they face, it all comes from the same people: white men. So we need to get rid of them,” he said, going on to suggest that — sotto voce — people should “kill the rich”.

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New York Times: Anarcho-Tyranny By Charles Taylor (Florida)

     How low can they go? The New York Times is apparently, according to  TV host Tucker Carlson, who is leading the charge against the present madness in the US, and who has some impact upon Trump. So, naturally the new class would want to silence him.

“On his Monday night program, Carlson scolded: “Last week, the New York Times began working on a story about where my family and I live,” said the host. “As a matter of journalism, there is no conceivable justification for a story like that. The paper is not alleging we’ve done anything wrong, and we haven’t. We pay our taxes. We like our neighbors. We’ve never had a dispute with anyone.” As he continued, Carlson cranked up the conspiracy-speak: “So why is the New York Times doing a story on the location of my family’s house? Well, you know why. To hurt us. To injure my wife and kids so that I will shut up and stop disagreeing with them. They believe in force. We’ve learned that.” With that, Carlson told the story of how protesters show up at his home in 2018. “A group of screaming antifa lunatics showed up while I was at work. They vandalized our home. They threatened my wife. She called 911 while hiding in a closet.”

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Lying about Georg Floyd By Chris Knight

     It is taking some time, but I guess the system is keeping a lid on things as best they can, given how useful the Floyd thing has been to deconstructing the West. That and the Wuhan flu freak-out, as we are calling it here, have delivered to the globalists, benefits they perhaps only dreamt of last year.  But back to George:

“The George Floyd riots that resulted in $500 million worth of damage to Minneapolis were based on a lie. With more evidence now available, one possible verdict is that the drugs in his system contributed to his death, as he was out of control and resisted arrest. Transcripts of police body camera recordings of the confrontation demonstrate that George Floyd, the so-called “gentle giant,” was foaming at the mouth and so out of control that the police had no alternative but to pin him down with a knee to the neck, an acceptable police procedure when a suspect goes berserk.  A legal memorandum in the case, seeking dismissal of the charges, was filed by an attorney for one of the officers and incorporates the facts from the body cameras:  “Floyd had just committed a felony, he was not being cooperative, and appeared to be under the influence of drugs. There was a lengthy struggle to get 6 foot four, 223 pound Floyd into the car.” (Other reports put Floyd’s height at 6 foot six or seven). He was 46 years old. With new evidence showing the police acted properly, the charges could be dismissed. If they are not, we can anticipate not-guilty verdicts in a fair trial that will be exploited to further feed the fires of racial animosity in the hands of the Black Lives Matter agitators. Or else the trial will be rigged and police will be framed for crimes they didn’t commit, in order to tamp down the potential for more riots. These are the stakes as the new evidence has emerged, throwing into doubt the charges of murder and aiding murder filed against the four police officers. 

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