Saturday, August 29, 2020
"Reverse racism" my ass! It's overt racism pure and simple.
I notice the CBC has its comments turned off for this report.
For the record, I will never "move to the back" of an audience, or a bus, or a COVID-19 grocery store line, nor "take a knee" nor participate in any other form of self-deprecation just because I happen to have been born white.
Unless someone puts a gun to my head.
Oh, and if you take into account the Democratic Party's Presidential nominee, Kamala Harris's position on the rioting and mayhem currently terrorizing Democrat-run American cities,
"They're not going to stop. They're not going to stop before election day, and they're not going to stop after that."
"They're not going to let up, and they should not, and WE should not."
it leads me to fear the "gun to the head" scenario may not be very far off at all.
When I read the headline I thought, "Wow! This calling out of anti-white racism is a real turnaround for the CBC!" Then the first line re-assured me that the twisted mentality that writes for the government's propaganda arm was condemning the white people who pulled a Rosa Parks, in this case, played by a "white volunteer photographer" and a few others in response to Lido Pimienta's offensive and degrading command. How long before our politicians begin adding social positioning to their already dictarorial social distancing edicts?
And you thought all of this ended in the 1960s?
"They're not going to stop. They're not going to stop before election day, and they're not going to stop after that."
"They're not going to let up, and they should not, and WE should not."
Vote for Biden, (I.E. Harris), Or else!
Everyone SHOULD take note of that.
So what exactly is it that they want?
For one thing, they want reparations, defunding the police and housing and social services in black communities. In other words, they want non-whites to be exempt from the laws of the land, and they want free stuff.
From the recently de-platformed on YouTube, Del Bigtree and the Highwire brings this news on the latest developments in the COVID-19 scam - FAUCI SILENT AS CDC MAKES SWEEPING CHANGES TO COVID POLICY
Friday, August 28, 2020
Today, I went fishing with my son from the floating boat dock at 290 Main St. West in Dunneville, Ontario. Last summer we caught quite a few carp from this dock. This summer, we've only caught two so far. In fact, other than one day back in June when we pulled a dozen catfish and one bluegill out of the water at Christie, the fishing hasn't been very good this summer. I think they are all probably wearing masks. Or maybe Trudeau and his cronies are dumping truckloads of CERB corn into the rivers?
Thursday, August 27, 2020
"She then smiled and stated that this crisis is actually a wonderful opportunity." -- Chrystia Freeland
Uhm, does that not sound familiar?
Or how about this one? "These problems have required the emergence of green reset task forces using a pandemic to force through changes which would never be democratically accepted under “normal” circumstances."
Never let a good virus go to waste.
Feeding Big Pharma
OMG! Look at this. If you can.
These are the people spending billions of dollars of money that someone else had to work to earn.
The technical production is so good that they provided 21 minutes of nothing before anything happens. Once the participants actually start droning on at each other, you quickly realize that that first 21 minutes were the best part of the whole show.
Of course, I could only stomach another twenty minutes or so before I had to turn it off and rush to the bathroom.
Wednesday, August 26, 2020
Again, Tucker can be counted on to ask the questions and cover the news that no one else is covering.
Given the attempts to have him kicked off the air, I just have not been able to figure out why he is still able to say the things he is saying.
Some say that he is just a distraction, bought and paid for by the same people who are controlling the narrative.
For my part, I just can't believe that if he is bought and paid for, he would be saying what he is saying. Especially when he is saying much of what I have been saying for a long, long time.
He is the ONE high profile news host that is talking about EXACTLY the kinds of things I have been thinking about. That can't be just a coincidence.
I absolutely do not have to agree, nor do I see any necessity to agree with everything he says, in the same way that I have serious disagreements with the policies being proposed by Donald Trump, though I do really like some of them.
As a ballpark rule of thumb type of thing, I am generally inclined to seriously ponder the opinions of people I agree with, at least 50% of the time. That may look like a rather low bar, until you realize that the mayor of my city is Fred Eisenberger, the premier of my province is Doug Ford, and the - LOVE, this is difficult, the Prime Minister of my country is that Grade 11 mentality IDIOT.... shit, even now I can't type out his name. These humanoids are generally worth a solid zero in my mind as people who ought to be taken seriously, on any subject.
That the few people I have explicitly named in this mini-rant have SO MUCH POWER in determining, not only how much of our money THEY should be given the authority to spend, but now they are even claiming the authority to dictate how we should dress, and how we should socially interact with our fellow citizens, is the thing that makes me very pessimistic about our future as a peaceful, prosperous country. Remember, these are the same preposterous phonies who are trying to convince us that they have the power to control the earth's climate.
Why do I feel this way?
Because I can plainly see that an overwhelming number of people who have the "right" to vote, against all evidence, still take these clowns seriously. (Hence, the pejorative: "sheeple.")
Basically, we're doomed. The "decision-makers" are leading us straight to hell.
The only question I have left in my mind is, how long will it be before the sheeple population push back against the masters and sheepdogs - who continue to dictate attire and behaviour?
History provides some examples. The French Revolution was precipitated by, among other things, people resorting to eating rats to survive. The Russian revolution required millions of deaths, both military and civilian before the people deposed the Tzar and surrendered to something much worse. (And they were probably eating rats, and each other at the time too.)
"Never let a [good] crisis go to waste," said Rahm Emanuel. Those of us who have a casual acquaintance with history know that Lenin was thinking exactly the same thing. (As were the Germans when they planted him in St. Petersburg.)
I haven't even watched the whole thing yet, but within the first ten minutes, I decided that this is something I think people should hear.
Of course, in the back of my mind, I always reserve the possibility that it is ME who is stark raving mad.
Which is why I am a libertarian. That little kernel of doubt is what makes me, unlike *liberals,* consider the possibility that I could be wrong, and that therefore, I draw the line at forcing other people to conform and comply with my world view.
And which is why I lovingly hate thieves, liars, con-artists, communists, and liberals.
Here is a link to Tucker Carlson's August 25, 2020 broadcast which will, one way or another, explain why I lovingly hate liberals.
Nothing there, right?
My comments on Tucker's show:
For example of where I don't have to agree with the whole schtick. I was not at all impressed by the "prayer" offered by Pastor URRABAZO. Even so, the choice remains clear. Trump 2020.
The choice is not about who is the best politician, it's a choice between preservation of the U.S.A. vs the Democratic vision of its total destruction. If reason or rationality had anything to do with the result of a majority vote, Trump should win in a landslide. But reason or rationality doesn't enter into it. The mainstream media, and Google, Twitter, and Facebook etc. will do everything in their power to ensure that reason and debate will have very little impact upon the 2020 election.
Of course, for as long as I continue to have a voice, I will continue to say what is on my mind. If in the end, I also get de-personed, I will go fishing... content with knowing that I did what I did, within my limited capacity and resources, to change the trajectory. In the end, I don't indulge the illusion that anything I write, wrote, or say will make one iota of a difference.
Twitter's War On Civilization
Tuesday, August 25, 2020
I am a bit surprised to see the amount of pushback the people of Germany are doing in opposition to COVID-1984 tryanny considering their long history, both pre and post World War II, of unquestioning devotion to state control of their lives and thoughts.
The COVID-19 Extra-Parliamentary Inquiry Committee www.ACU2020.org Corona-Ausschuss Englisch
ACU: Prof. Franz Ruppert - The impact of the pandemic from a psychological point of view
Sunlight is still the best of disinfectants
For anyone who pays attention, the whole political response to COVID-19 has been very revealing.
Before this, the only real, in-your-face, daily example of government decision-making incompetence was the way in which public roads are regulated and maintained. If I need to explain that, then you must have been living in a cave your whole life.
I also had a ringside seat for several decades to the manner in which politicians make decisions that become law because I was in the Hamilton taxi business. The stupidity and insanity of Hamilton's taxi regulations are much less visible to the public but it is very much in the faces of those who must struggle to make a living in that business. I sat in on many of the public sessions in the council chamber and watched in awe at the hubris of city politicians as they made often horrifically damaging decisions.
The biggest lesson from these experiences was that they serve as an example of why big government and big government control of spending is so horrendously wasteful, counter-productive, and often downright dangerous.
Enter the Wuhan Flu.
Finally, we have another great example of the government sausage-making factory as we observe the utter buffoonery of Hamilton's school board trustees as they unaMINDLESsly vote in favour of mandating masks for school children, a group for whom the Wuhan Flu is much less deadly than the good old-fashioned flu.
But I am getting ahead of myself. I started out by addressing anyone who has been paying attention. Sadly, that does not include most of the population. Having long ago surrendered the responsibility for independent thought, they merely consume the BS fed to them by the media and their politicians.
And the school board trustees are thus, just as ignorant as the people they represent.
Note 1: "Jacob Lorinc's reporting is funded by the Canadian government through its Local Journalism Initiative. The funding allows him to report on stories about education."
Note 2: BS Detective Services' reporting receives absolutely no government funding.
Regarding the danger to school children from COVID-19 from Canada's info database.
It's mind boggling isn't it?
To live in a world where so many people pretend to care so much about RESPECTING the dignity, health, and safety of everyone else that they will mindlessly bend over and submit to the most insane edicts, regardless of their impact on the dignity, health, and safety of others and, not just turn a blind eye to the victims of these edicts, but actively applaud their victimization.
Viewer discretion is advised
Let me know if YouTube has censored this report by the time you tried to view it. I have my own copy and will provide it upon request.
I've been a subscriber to Karl Denninger for a long time but I didn't pay much attention to him until about March of this year when he started talking about the COVID-19 scam.
He's not an epidemiologist, nor a virologist. He's a financial guy with a strong focus on the numbers. The numbers were what got me smelling a great big scam early on in this pan
demic too. At first, I was nervous like everyone else, enough to go out in February and stock up on canned food and water, but not nervous enough to buy shitloads of toilet paper.
Then when I saw the way the media grabbed hold of the story and started with the daily body counts, the first thing I noticed was the numbers were very similar to those of the seasonal flu, as were those most vulnerable - the elderly.
And that's when I started getting pissed off because I knew EXACTLY how the contemptible media and politicians, along with ten thousand other special interest groups would milk this thing for all it was worth.
I don't want to turn this into a rant. Suffice it to say that the way I have interpreted this phenomenon is EXACTLY why I fart in the general direction of those dupes who think they have to wear masks and why I will absolutely refuse to get vaccinated as a result of this scam.
2020 08 24 Still Right
Monday, August 24, 2020
The first time I was called a racist was before I even used or knew about the internet, back in the early 1990s. It was on the dial-in Compuspec bulletin board. Then, as now, I enjoyed writing and publishing my political opinions to circumvent the censors in the Letters to the Editor departments.
My offense was advocating the abolition of welfare. I was immediately attacked as being a racist, which struck me as supremely ironic since it revealed the biased racial assumptions about welfare recipients that my attacker held.
Around the same time, I recall, there was a debate in Hamilton about changing the taxi bylaws to address the epidemic of fare fraud that had struck the city. The taxi industry wanted the bylaw changed so that drivers could request up-front payment of the fare.
I laughed out loud when I read a report about our local councilor, Sam Merulla's opposition to up-front fares. He said something like, "It would fuel racism." What racial assumption was he making to arrive at that conclusion?
So, it was clear, even thirty years ago, that racial issues would permeate and pollute all political dialogue from then on.
I had never heard of Brian Petz before a friend sent me the link I posted and commented on yesterday.
"I am a white man. I must confront my own racism" by Brian Petz.
from the Hamilton News, Aug 23, 2020.
My comment on the link was,
"What a pathetic schmoo.
Notice he gives not a single example of the allegedly anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim, anti-Semitic, and anti-LGBTQIA+ statements that he has made.
That is not helpful, especially in 2020, when saying something as innocuous as "all lives matter" can get you branded as a "racist" and ruin your life.
And where defending freedom of speech, or the right to self-defense, or the right to own private property, or free markets, [or historical statues] can get you de-platformed and beat up for being both a "racist" and a "Nazi."
The kind of self-hatred this guy spews really makes me puke.
Update: I want to apologize to Mr. Petz for calling him a schmoo. I now realize that he was acting under duress, no different from the gulag-bound serfs who were forced to sign "confessions" in the basement of the Lubyanka prison, or the religious dissenters having their muscles and bones stretched and their eyes gouged out in the Tower of London in order to extract "confessions."
Here is my latest comment:
Brian Petz says in his article, "If you googled me right now, you’d probably conclude I’m a racist."
So I thought I would google the guy to get a little more background as to why he wrote this embarrassingly self-debasing "opinion" piece. I put that in quotes because it is apparent that he wrote this "opinion" not because it is actually his opinion, but because he has been attacked and threatened, by left supremacists, with losing his job.
If I were in the same boat, I would probably crawl along the floor and lick the boots of the people who wield the real power in this country too.
(One good, non-leftist reason to phase out urinals is this - have you ever noticed all of the splash-back that goes onto your shoes? Though I have noticed some recent improvements in urinal design, designed to minimize shoe splashing. The newer ones look like those recovery cones – typically used to keep dogs from scratching or biting injuries - that Maine wait staff have been forced to wear lately. This device is particularly handy for politicians who piss in your face and tell you it's raining.)
I had already imagined such a scenario when I owned a taxi license. Knowing the types of cowardly, low-integrity public officials who sat on Hamilton's taxi tribunal, it was obvious to me, years ago, that all it would take was a complaint from some race-baiter over almost any of my social media posts and I, too, might be forced to lick the feet of these low-character politicians.
Number one on the Google results page links to Ryerson University’s independent student newspaper, The Eyeopener. (Oh, boy! Here we go!) It IS an eye-opener.
Here is one of his "racist" comments,
“Giving away money for nothing is exactly what is wrong with our immigration system. We need people to come here who are motivated to succeed, not motivated to receive.”
As I suspected, his support of the traditional Western formula for success makes him a "racist." Of course, I do have a bias on this issue as an immigrant myself. When my parents came to Canada in 1955-56, there was no massive welfare state. Therefore, there was absolutely no question as to the motives of most immigrants at that time.
"The west has been so successful because of the virtues and values of Christianity. The left hates Christianity. This is why it supports both Islam and LGBTQ. The only thing they have in common is that they bother Christians - LGBTQ not so much anymore - I'm not religious but I see the values and traditions of the West as founded upon."
Well, it's pretty clear, unless you've been hiding under your coffee table during this whole pan
demic, that the left hates Christianity. So I guess telling the truth is also "racist." (and "Nazi.")
The Eyeopener goes on to say,
"In another public comment from November 2016, Petz wrote that people “coexist peacefully” until they feel their culture and identity is “threatened.”"
I like the way the reporter put the quotation marks around the word, "threatened," as if only a racist, or an insane person, could make such an observation while rioting mobs destroy every vestige of the culture and history of the West in cities all over the U.S.A., and elsewhere.
"He also wrote that, “importing millions of third world immigrants” into North America “will not end well, just like the attempt to colonize India and Africa didn’t work out. The [I]ndigenous people rejected being supplanted and bred out of existence and you’ll see the same thing here.”"
I guess the author is not aware of the misery and turmoil cultural, economic, and racial diversity has already caused, not just in the west, but globally, universally, and throughout history.
The report goes on,
"In the same comment, he wrote that “cultural Marxism” and a “false construct of a hierarchy of oppression” makes white people feel “ashamed of their heritage” and “will backfire violently.”"
Again with the quotation marks, as if only an idiot or a Nazi could hold such a view, despite a campaign of white demonization that has been escalating all over the West ever since, at least, the 1960s.
I know it. I have the "lived experience."
There's more in that report but I'll end with this one,
"Petz also made a public comment in October 2016 about former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. “She should be hanged by the neck until dead. I really hope if Trump wins, she goes to jail, and dies there. None of this Gerald Ford type amnesty shit,” he wrote."
I'll admit, the part about capital punishment is a bit extreme. If I were King, I would sentence Hillary to spend the rest of her life doing something of actual value to humanity - like cleaning toilets at a bus terminal.
The message is clear. If you have an opinion today that does not conform to the dominant leftist ideology, keep your mouth shut, especially if you have anything to lose.
In poorer societies throughout history, the average Joe had nothing much of value that could be taken away from him, hence the widespread use of torture and murder. In our kinder, gentler age, those in power no longer need to resort to such draconian measures. They don't even need to exile or lock you up. All they need to do is take away everything you have and ruin your life.
- The "confession."
Descent into Madness
Sunday, August 23, 2020
Tyler Durden (see first link) must have been reading my Facebook posts.
Great article. Right on target.
One thing I would add to his summary is that in 1957 the global population was around 2.9 billion. Today it is about 7.8 billion. That's a ratio of 7.8/2.9 = 2.7.
If you take the 1.1 million deaths from Asian Flu and adjust it to today's global population, the number of deaths, globally, would be about 3 million. The high estimate for the Asian Flu is about 4 million dead. The equivalent number for today would be 10.8 million dead.
The Hong Kong Flu is also estimated to have killed between one and four million people when the global population was at about 3.6 billion. The ratio for the population-adjusted death toll, in that case, is 7.8/3.6 = 2.1 so you can roughly double the 1969-69 flu numbers to get a 2020 equivalent.
By contrast, the current death toll from COVID-19 is 810,878. Of course, given the propaganda and horse shit swirling around the whole issue, I suspect that number is highly exaggerated. It's known that they are counting people who have died WITH COVID-19 as people who died BECAUSE of COVID-19. Like the ONE CHILD who died WITH it here in Canada.
It may be structurally closer to the common cold than to the flu, but those who've been saying, from the beginning, that it's "just the flu" have been a lot closer to the truth than those who lost their LOVing minds.
Hong Kong flu Hong Kong flu
Take special note of this line, "We are aware of a recent death of a Toronto resident who was in the 0-9 age category who died with COVID-19, but not as a result of COVID-19." -- (italics - mine.)
I didn't have high expectations when I decided to watch this film.
But wow! Now I am glad I did.
If you are interested, you may want to download it before it gets disappeared, along with any other powerful challenges to the dominant narrative.
Another person dies from the pan
Where are the sport style scoreboards on the mainstream news channels counting up the death toll from the lockdowns?
“I suffered an individual loss of my otherwise pretty healthy grandmother, but despite how profoundly sad that makes me, I understand and would defend the care home’s decision to lock down."
Wow! The self-abnegation that has gained hold of some people's minds when politicians and the media collude to scare the living shit out of the population!
Here is a report about another thing that should not have happened.
I had already written about the non-virus damage that ought to be expected as a result of the media-fueled, political cowardice-enabled pan
demic as early as May 7 of this year.
Finally, as to the "glimpse of our world as it could be" thanks to the pan
demic, I copied this story from Facebook:
I just need to "vent" on social media a sec! Had an encounter with an angry Karen this morning. Not because I didn't have my "mask" on, but because it wasn't on just right. I was literally stunned when this Karen working at circle K refused to sell me a simple lighter because my crumpled mask, all I had at the moment, didn't quite fit over my nose flush. Please give me some credit for at least trying to appease the lesser-witted.
In the heat of this altercation, I reacted. Rightfully so!
At first I said well it's against OSHA standards and regulations anyway! I tried to explain how I also have a medical condition! I also tried to explain that there is no law that says I have to wear one if I choose not to!
Nothing worked. She, not dissimilar to a mad robot, was only capable of repeating simple yet poignant demands at me. Over and over saying "I won't serve you! You can leave!" Bah bah bah!
Then a male species of sheep, overhearing the robotic retort of the simple minded, decided to express his programmed emotions with censure that also took me aback in awe as he exclaimed, "yeah put your effing mask on!". It was and had been on but sheep could not or would not have understanding.
So there I was, cornered by incensed sheeple! I told the dude in a nice way to F off! And I told the Karen that she was being ridiculous! So the guy starts to want to fight me in the parking lot. I was already in vehicle. I really didn't go out to get in a fight this morning with anyone, especially over an improperly fitted facial covering! I did apologize to the dude for what I said to him and we talked a few minutes. He gave me that same old programmed line, the mask isn't to protect you from me, it's to protect me from you, yada yada yada..."
I will not apologize to the absurd Karen, however. Nor will I ever shop at circle K again! It's baffling to me how people treat others over a simple mask. It's not like I just refused to wear one. It wasn't on quite to her specifications. Wearing a mask is like putting up a chain link fence to keep mosquitos out of your yard they say, and that makes more sense to me. It also makes more sense to me to perhaps be nice to your fellows. Maybe ask me first without getting hostile and refusing me service? Maybe offer me a better mask that YOUR establishment SHOULD be providing to customers anyway!
Be kind to people. Stop being scared, angry sheep and have faith in your Inner Spirt. Whatever you choose to call God.
I was shaken up pretty badly over this unnecessary situation. So thanks for letting me "vent". For reading my "ventilations", pun intended lol. I had to breathe! Now I can go on with the rest of this day. True Story! JF
I added my own comment:
I wouldn't call the Circle K woman, nor the tough hero who stepped into the fray "sheep."
The sheep are the ones who don't say a word. If you look at them when there is a pan
demic collateral conflict happening, they won't make eye contact. They're totally frightened and totally off balance. They're helpless.
The people you met in that store are what I call sheepdogs. They are the domesticated animals who yap and bark at anyone who deviates from flock behavior. I believe there is a percentage of people in any population who, having little self worth, jump at the opportunity to bully other people if they feel they have the backing of "authority." They are the same types of people who like to work in parking enforcement.
Excellent article. And it summarizes nicely many of the reasons I have resisted this con since almost the beginning.
Here's a new one!(Actually, it's not new at all.)
It's quite clear, given the majority of political office holders in the U.S. AND Canada, that the people who elect them are, if not exactly stupid, very strongly brainwashed by half a century of leftist infiltration of the socialized education industry, as well as the entertainment business, along with very little critical thinking capacity.
Which is why, whenever I hear a pundit, after another idiotic and hateful proposal exudes from the mouth of a Democrat, opine that Trump is going to win in a landslide, I have my reservations.
I have never been so sanguine about a sane result to the 2020 Presidential election, because I there are millions of deluded souls out there who either:
1 - almost never give any serious thought to political or economic issues, and never read a book on the subject, or
2 - are receiving some kind of government handout, whether it be welfare payments, other "free" stuff, politically inflated wages and benefits for government jobs, or
3 - are in active pursuit of political power and influence, or
4 - have very low IQs, and
they have the right to vote.
Not to mention a flagrantly dishonest mainstream and social media industrial complex hell bent on sabotaging the reelection of President Trump.
I am quite worried, given the size and scale of the success of the dominant communistic ideology currently driving most western government policies, that the majority of voters are going to drag us all into the socialistic hell they masochistically, whether conscious or not, desire.
I don't want to sail on this ship of fools.
While Trump is far from perfect, he is the only hope to, at the very least, stave off the social division and economic destruction the socialists wish to usher in.
Therefore, if I were an American, I would not hesitate to vote for four more years of Donald Trump.
President Donald Trump Full Acceptance Speech at 2020 Republican National Convention
Hamilton's Mayor thinks he can control the spread of viruses.