21 July 2018 – The Homeless

The Homeless

Wait, what?  That’s a woman?!  Ha ha ha ha ha Don’t do drugs, folks.

Seriously, though.  What, if anything, should be done about the homeless problem?  What should society do with people like the woman in the article?

She damaged someone’s property in order to steal from them and in the process callously killed a small dog.  If she were a bear she would have been shot by now.  Why is her life worth more than a disruptive bear’s?  Is it because she’s a human?  Is she?  What is a human?

You can no more say all people are humans than you can say all canines are wolves.  What makes a dog a dog and not a wolf is more than just its appearance.  It’s also its demeanor.  So if we’re going to be objective about it, then we should just people using the same metrics that we judge other species.

Why are people homeless?

  • mental illness
  • bad luck
  • choice
  • criminal history
  • drugs
  • ???

Bill Browder

I suspect that Bill Browder is a deep state agent who went to Russia after the collapse of the Soviet Union to collude with bad people to defraud  Russia of hundreds of millions of dollars.  The lawyer was murdered but how do we know that the Russian government did it?  I’m looking for the articles I read that claimed the lawyer was ready to turn state’s evidence and that the oligarchs that Browder was in bed with murdered the lawyer to shut him up.

Bill Browder: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

BILL BROWDER: Hillary’s bagman and ex-American oligarch wanted by Russia for stolen $400 million that went to Clinton campaign

Clinton’s link to Putin is the underreported ‘dossier’ bombshell

On a related note, Putin made a point during the Helsinki conference that no one noticed.  Just because Soros is an American does not mean that America is to blame for his global meddling.  Maybe the Intelligence agencies are correct (which isn’t guaranteed because they have their own agendas) and it was Russians who were members of the GRU.  Does that necessarily mean that they were acting on behalf of the Kremlin and/or Putin?

If we damn the Putin because of the actions of some GRU agents, then shouldn’t we also damn Obama because of the actions of some FBI agents?


QAnon and Pizza

My dearest friend,

What are your thoughts on the QAnon phenomenon?  If it’s a larp it’s a damned good one.  …Too good, perhaps?  It’s so good that it potentially crosses the line into psyops territory, so we may as well throw out the idea that it’s a larp and conclude that it’s either some sort of psyops or it’s legitimate.

Take this video.  The accusations against a school remind me of a similar situation that happened back in the 80’s.  Do remember the national outrage when that school was accused of satanic abuse back then?  In the early 90’s a friend of mine said that it was all bullocks, that there were no satanic, pedophilic cults and that it was all just projection.  But I’m not too sure she was right.

It depends on how we view our leaders.  If one thinks that they are the best, brightest, shining examples of humanity then how could they participate in something as abominable as pedophilia?  But if one thinks that they are human like everyone else, and that some humans have psychopathic traits and seek power over others, and that positions of power tend to attract those who desire power,  why is it so far-fetched to think that many people in positions of authority are involved in nefarious business?

There’s more than enough “anecdotal” evidence to lead one  to conclude bad things are going on.  In no particular order:

  • spirit cooking — how many of your average Americans are into this sort of thing?  Why are these politicians considered representatives when their interests/proclivities are so divergent from the populace’s?
  • podesta and associates profile pictures — a toddler tied up with duct-tape? Paintings of children undergoing torture?
  • the franklin affair — that went nowhere fast.
  • the pedophile rings — busted in europe and include medium-level officials
  • gannongate — never mind the accusations of child abduction and pornography, just why was Gannon admitted to the White House at odd hours?

All the best,



7 July 2018

Hey Democrats, Fighting Fair Is for Suckers

It was easier before Trump’s Presidency.  I disliked both liberals and conservatives equally (probably because I never thought too deeply about which side of the political spectrum I fell on; Government  was bad, ’nuff said.) and vocally opposed both the Democrats and Republicans… mostly the Republicans.  Both Parties are duplicitous but the GOP is worse because it’s blatantly hypocritical.  It’s candidates campaign on small government but always increase its size and scope when elected.  At least the Democrats are honest… they campaign on bigger government, higher taxes and a “free” lunch and deliver as much when elected.

Now, more and more, I find myself tolerant of and leaning towards the conservatives and Republicans, and despising the liberals and Democrats.  It’s not that I support the Republican party more than I used to.  It’s that the Democrats and Left in general are so bat-shit crazy that any refutation of their ideas inadvertently defends the Republicans.

Has the Left gone completely insane or are they finally showing their true colors?  Maybe the two aren’t mutually exclusive?  Their anti-Trump rhetoric has gone beyond the bounds of reason along with their belief that everyone who doesn’t agree with them is a nazi, fascist, xenophobic, homophobic, trans-phobic, misogynistic, white supremacist, racist bigot.

The article on politico.com that I linked to is a good example of this.

“If Democrats are wise, they will embrace President Donald Trump’s demonstration that there no longer are any unwritten rules in American politics…”

It’s about time that the right stop playing by those unwritten rules.  The left did so decades ago and it’s put the right at a disadvantage ever since.  As Saul Alinsky wrote, “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.”

We ought to be past surprise, for example, that the “let the people decide” standard invented by Mitch McConnell to block Merrick Garland’s Supreme Court nomination no longer applies now that Trump can choose a successor for Anthony Kennedy.

Wait, what?  How is it that it’s not “let the people decide” this time?  How is it more democratic to have a President in his eighth and last year of office pick a Supreme Court justice than it is to have a President in the second year of his first term do the same?

Maybe Rob Goodman is referring to the elections this November?  I hope not because I’d like to believe he’s smarter than that.  This country holds elections every two years.  If the President waited until every petty election concluded, he would get nothing done.

The people decided when they elected Trump as President, and a lame-duck President shouldn’t try to impose his will on the people.

And that’s just the first three paragraphs (I skipped over the second, which is so full of nonsense it’s staggering).  There’s so much to debunk in this article, but I have limited time and other sites to visit.

The overall flaw with the article is that the author presumes that American liberal democracy is a thing worth preserving.  At least half the country thinks it isn’t.  American liberal democracy has metastasized into socialism and that goes against the the principles this country was founded upon.

Rap Sheet: ***174*** Acts of Media-Approved Violence and Harassment Against Trump Supporters

Quick, look surprised.

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What scares me the most about this article is that there are people out there who take this seriously and agree with the author.

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