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From the Washington Post news section:

Biden selects transgender doctor Rachel Levine as assistant health secretary

Biden pick for assistant secretary of health responds to multiple instances’ of transphobia

President-elect Joe Biden’s nominee for assistant secretary of health, Rachel Levine, discussed on July 28, 2020 the transphobia and harassment targeted at her.

By Samantha Schmidt, John Wagner and Teo Armus
Jan. 19, 2021

President-elect Joe Biden announced Tuesday that he will nominate Rachel Levine, Pennsylvania’s top health official, as his assistant secretary of health. Levine, a pediatrician, would become the first openly transgender federal official to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate. …

As Pennsylvania’s secretary of health, Levine has risen to national prominence for leading the state’s public health response to the coronavirus pandemic, despite repeated and ugly attacks on her gender identity.

Ugly attacks … The attacks were ugly, I tell you. In contrast, Dr. Levine is beautiful, a picture of peak physical, mental, and spiritual health.

Some people even were so hateful as to see humor in Dr. Levine being in charge of health:

But after Levine received a promotion to become Pennsylvania’s health secretary, the coronavirus pandemic raised her profile across the state and the country. As she sought to contain the virus with aggressive social distancing rules, it also made her the target of more frequent abuse.

One attack in particular made headlines and earned a scathing rebuke from the governor: a photo of a man sitting in a carnival dunk tank wearing a floral print dress and a long blond wig. The man said he was going for a Marilyn Monroe look, but organizers of the carnival fundraiser in Bloomsburg, Pa., said he resembled Levine.

“Dr. Levine? Thank you. You were a hit and raised a lot of money for the local fire companies. Wonder why so many were trying to dunk you?” the Bloomsburg Fair Association wrote in July on Facebook, adding a smiling emoji, before deleting the post.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has brought hate and transphobia into the spotlight through relentless comments and slurs directed at Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine, who is a highly skilled, valued, and capable member of my administration and Transgender,” Wolf wrote in a statement at the time. “The derogatory incident involving the Bloomsburg Fair is the latest of these vile acts, which by extension impact Transgender people across the commonwealth and nation.”

There is no place in Joe Biden’s America for humor.

… Biden also named to his transition team Shawn Skelly, a former special assistant to the undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, and coordinator of the Defense Department Warfighter Senior Integration Group. Skelly was the first transgender veteran to be appointed by a U.S. president.

Ms. Shelly always knew she was a girl on the inside. That’s why she pursued a successful career as a former special assistant to the undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, and coordinator of the Defense Department Warfighter Senior Integration Group. What little girl doesn’t dream of someday coordinating the Defense Department Warfighter Senior Integration Group?

Seriously, one interesting aspect of Dr. Rachel Levine’s career, back when Richard Levine had a wife and fathered two kids, is Levine’s founding of the Penn State Hershey Eating Disorders Program. Anorexia has a number of parallels to transgenderism. Did being around a bunch of supercilious upper middle class teenage girls intent on becoming beautiful by starving themselves to death drive Levine crazy?

We talk about social contagion … But, who knows, maybe there is an actual transmissible germ that drives you nuts when you look in the mirror, and it just manifests itself in different delusions?

 
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  1. I mean, at this point the worse the freakshow gets the more likely it will be seen as a freakshow, right?

    • Replies: @415 reasons
    @onetwothree

    It seems like the crazier it gets the more people insist that this is all makes perfect sense and that anyone who objects is a bigot.

    , @Polistra
    @onetwothree

    You would think so, right? I mean, it stands to reason, right? Yet somehow I feel as though this notion will be put to the test more than ever very soon.

    , @Cato
    @onetwothree


    the worse the freakshow gets the more likely it will be seen as a freakshow, right?
     
    One would hope. But when the freaks are leading the sheep...
    , @Polynikes
    @onetwothree

    I wouldn’t bet on it.

    , @ziggurat
    @onetwothree

    If Joe Biden gets a sex change, then maybe people will see it as a freak show.

    By the way, that would make him the first female President. Would the Left cheer? My guess is that they would not be happy, but they couldn't complain. So, they would just make it seem like it's no big deal.

    When will we reach peak freak? And what will that look like? Questions that make you shudder.

    , @Forbes
    @onetwothree

    Nope. It has the effect of mainstreaming and normalizing the freaks. Soon enough, it--trannies--will be no big deal, nothing special or freakish, and it will be time to invent a new cause, a new underserved "minority," an new unprivileged caste, a new special interest group with a new colored ribbon to wear on its special day/month, a new freak to mainstream and normalize--one of the 57 or 48 genders--or some such...

    The worse the freak show gets the greater is the entertainment value.

    , @europeasant
    @onetwothree

    "I mean, at this point the worse the freak show gets the more likely it will be seen as a freakshow, right?"

    Not that long ago the freak shows used to be at the carnival side shows and now they are running the show. Sodom and Gomorrah can't be too far behind!

  2. Good thing we rejected Weimar solutions for Weimar problems because now this is happening.

    • Replies: @Frank McGar
    @J.Ross

    And suddenly, for no reason at all...

    , @James Forrestal
    @J.Ross


    Good thing we rejected Weimar solutions for Weimar problems because now this is happening.
     
    Weimerica indeed.

    What did the "bad guys" do to Hirschfeld's "scientific" institute again?

    "The Nazi book burnings in Berlin included the archives of the Institute. After the Nazis gained control of Germany in the 1930s, the institute and its libraries were destroyed as part of a Nazi government 'censorship' program by youth brigades, who burned its books and documents in the street."

    Oy vey! It was like a tranny/ buggery book shoah! Never again!

    Here we see a Mr. Kohn (variant of "Cohen") explaining the sheer horror of the SIX MILLION books that were cremated in this horrific hortatory holocaust -- though he's not really clear on whether these "scientific" tomes were gassed first, or simply thrown alive into the ovens:

    https://timeline.com/how-the-nazis-derailed-the-medical-advances-around-sexual-reassignment-surgery-eb8d4f21c463

    Mr. Sailer speculates:

    But, who knows, maybe there is an actual transmissible germ that drives you nuts when you look in the mirror, and it just manifests itself in different delusions?
     
    It's not literally a "transmissible germ," of course. But it's not a bad analogy for the actual problem -- toxic semitism.
  3. What was it, before it became whatever it is now?

    • Replies: @Buck Ransom
    @Polistra

    The Biden transition team.

  4. Zoom in on that face. Demons I tells ye!!!

    It does look like she’s saying…can you f’n believe these people are buying my bs???

    • Replies: @James Speaks
    @Danindc


    Zoom in on that face. Demons I tells ye!!!
     
    Benjamin Franklin was a cross dresser?
    , @Anonymous
    @Danindc

    I think there’s going to be a depressive mental health crisis among the TERFs before long. Most women don’t have the sheer unmitigated cheek of men reaching for the crown while saying yes to the dress.

    , @Sue D. Nim
    @Danindc

    He looks like something from a Tim Burton film.

  5. Dr Levine removed his ederly mother from assisted living before Covid had a chance to play grim reaper. The rest of the old folks stayed. See andrew cuomo’s “Nursing Homes and Covid” a PBS Special. Just kidding, nothing special about andrew, but rachel is a different story.

    • Replies: @nobodyofnowhere
    @Buffalo Joe

    To add to this, Levine did this after mandating that nursing homes in PA had to take in covid patients.

    Replies: @Buck Ransom, @JMcG

    , @Fred Flintstone
    @Buffalo Joe

    "her" elderly mother. Someone in a press conference referred to Levine as Mr. and he/she/it went ballistic.

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon

  6. Just between me and you, Steve, it’s a geezer.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Henry's Cat

    But the big question is never answered: Did he bolster his delusions with surgery or is he just "identifying" as a woman?

    Replies: @CCZ, @Clyde

  7. And this is just the beginning of the horror…

    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666
    @Icy Blast


    And this is just the beginning of the horror…
     
    Making fun of this clown like figure is easy. But seriously, . . . her appointment is just indicative that no one needs to care about what Americans actually think anymore. The bad guys are in charge and they have a monopoly on all media and tech platforms and can fully control what 90% of Americans think as a result.

    They are responsible for electing Biden and keeping him in office. There is thus 0% chance that the government will do anything besides making this Media-Democrat monopoly permanent and all-powerful.

    Using their media monopoly they can brand all dissent as "sedition" and "incitement." In fact, concrete steps are being taken for the military and intelligence services to begin waging war on domestic enemies of the new regime. Republicans, of course, are useless and cowardly as always.
    But Glenn Greenwald, almost alone, is sounding the alarm.

    The more honest proponents of this new domestic War on Terror are explicitly admitting that they want to model it on the first one. A New York Times reporter noted on Monday that a “former intelligence official on PBS NewsHour” said “that the US should think about a ‘9/11 Commission’ for domestic extremism and consider applying some of the lessons from the fight against Al Qaeda here at home.” More amazingly, Gen. Stanley McChrystal — for years head of Joint Special Operations Command in Iraq and the commander of the war in Afghanistan — explicitly compared that war to this new one, speaking to Yahoo News:

    I did see a similar dynamic in the evolution of al-Qaida in Iraq, where a whole generation of angry Arab youth with very poor prospects followed a powerful leader who promised to take them back in time to a better place, and he led them to embrace an ideology that justified their violence. This is now happening in America….I think we’re much further along in this radicalization process, and facing a much deeper problem as a country, than most Americans realize.”
     
    Anyone who, despite all this, still harbors lingering doubts that the Capitol riot is and will be the neoliberal 9/11, and that a new War on Terror is being implemented in its name, need only watch the two short video clips below, which will clear their doubts for good. It is like being catapulted by an unholy time machine back to Paul Wolfowitz’s 2002 messaging lab.

    . . . .

    The second video features the amazing declaration from former Facebook security official Alex Stamos, talking to the very concerned CNN host Brian Stelter, about the need for social media companies to use the same tactics against U.S. citizens that they used to remove ISIS from the internet — “in collaboration with law enforcement” — and that those tactics should be directly aimed at what he calls extremist “conservative influencers.”

    “Press freedoms are being abused by these actors,” the former Facebook executive proclaimed. Stamos noted how generous he and his comrades have been up until now: “We have given a lot of leeway — both in the traditional media and in social media — to people with a very broad range of views.” But no more. Now is the time to “get us all back in the same consensual reality.”

    In a moment of unintended candor, Stamos noted the real problem: “there are people on YouTube, for example, that have a larger audience than people on daytime CNN” — and it’s time for CNN and other mainstream outlets to seize the monopoly on information dissemination to which they are divinely entitled by taking away the platforms of those whom people actually want to watch and listen to:

    https://youtu.be/3MT_lydFAmk
    (If still not convinced, and if you can endure it, you can also watch MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski literally screaming that one needed remedy to the Capitol riot is that the Biden administration must “shutdown” Facebook. Shutdown Facebook).

    Calls for a War on Terror sequel — a domestic version complete with surveillance and censorship — are not confined to ratings-deprived cable hosts and ghouls from the security state. The Wall Street Journal reports that “Mr. Biden has said he plans to make a priority of passing a law against domestic terrorism, and he has been urged to create a White House post overseeing the fight against ideologically inspired violent extremists and increasing funding to combat them.”
    https://greenwald.substack.com/p/the-new-domestic-war-on-terror-is?token=eyJ1c2VyX2lkIjoxODgzNDgxNywicG9zdF9pZCI6MzE2MzY3MDIsIl8iOiJwaUVpUSIsImlhdCI6MTYxMTExMTcwMCwiZXhwIjoxNjExMTE1MzAwLCJpc3MiOiJwdWItMTI4NjYyIiwic3ViIjoicG9zdC1yZWFjdGlvbiJ9.K7Hb3QMl7wh1lBzkFEFPLpGaxv8o0AVEboNB8TU9H90

     

    Replies: @additionalMike, @Whiskey

    , @AnotherDad
    @Icy Blast


    And this is just the beginning of the horror…
     
    Horror--agreed. Beginning--no.

    Even some smart folks work at all the crazy like they are different things. No. They are the same thing: minoritarianism. And we are a good 50 years in.

    In a healthy society--tribe, community, nation--there is a culture, a set traditions, norms that keep things more or less on tract and allow the society to successfully reproduce itself. (If that fails it doesn't exist.)

    Minoritarianism decrees that any objections normal people (i.e. the majority) in society have to a minority's culture, attitudes, behavior are inherently illegitimate. Minorities must be allowed access to the majority. Any attempts by the majority to escape from minorities and their behaviors are illegitimate. And as minoritarianism has risen to utter dominance, even voicing objection to some minority behavior, and now even having an opinion about such a behavior are not to be tolerated.

    This is, of course, nuts.

    Any real society--tribe, nation--has to have a culture, a set of norms. That's what makes it a "society" and not just a random collection of people.

    Minoritarianism is essentially the ideology of society destruction. A "nation" is not allowed. The "society" is now nothing but a random collection of people--a marketplace--ruled by a bossy super-state to make sure you don't object to the marketplace's money men and looters.

    Replies: @Jack D

  8. If that isn’t a face you can trust to tell you to tell you to let yourself be injected with a syringe full of weird experimental chemicals, I don’t know what it is.

    Seriously, I’m getting a strong sense already about the incoming administration of “we didn’t think this through very deeply.”

    OT:

    https://twitter.com/inteldotwav/status/1351627332881149957?s=19

    • Replies: @James O'Meara
    @Thomas

    Seriously, I’m getting a strong sense already about the incoming administration of “we didn’t think this through very deeply.”

    The average Democrat voter:

    https://tworunningsisters.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/gob-bluth.jpg

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @mc23, @Dr. Krieger, @Perspective, @El Dato, @Anonymous

  9. Can Biden top this nomination? Just you wait until Jonathan Pollard is running the CIA.

    • LOL: Rob McX, Voltarde
  10. The man said he was going for a Marilyn Monroe look, but organizers of the carnival fundraiser in Bloomsburg, Pa., said he resembled Levine.

    You can understand the confusion, right? Dead ringers, the two of them.

    “The COVID-19 pandemic has brought hate and transphobia into the spotlight through relentless comments and slurs”

    Hey! We’re just trying to raise awareness! (BTW, does anyone else notice that even the WP & NYT spend a lot of editorial space lately to exposing the nefarious deeds of internet trolls? TD, phone home!

    “Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine, who is a highly skilled, valued, and capable member of my administration and Transgender,”

    When they say things like “highly skilled, valued, and capable” you know it means they don’t really believe it. Also, it’s a member of Transgender? How does that work?

    • Replies: @Dr. Krieger
    @Polistra

    Rachel Levine is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I’ve ever known in my life.

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @additionalMike, @njguy73, @Charles

    , @Inquiring Mind
    @Polistra

    Um, better than calling someone "articulate and bright and clean"?

    , @Lurker
    @Polistra


    The man said he was going for a Marilyn Monroe look, but organizers of the carnival fundraiser in Bloomsburg, Pa., said he resembled Levine.
     
    In this case the Monroe doctoring.
    , @JerseyJeffersonian
    @Polistra

    Me, I liked the capital T on transgender. A shorthand way of saying that this one is special to the Lord, so take notice, and disport yourself accordingly. Or else.

    , @duncsbaby
    @Polistra

    Remember to maintain the correct social distance from all Transgender members.

  11. I see Maestro Steve is in rare form today. That is why we call him Maestro, not for his degree.

  12. Is it possible for the Party of the Fringes to be too far out on the fringe? As a mostly normal person, I would have thought so, but I guess President Magoo thinks not and is willing to test that theory.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Wade Hampton


    Is it possible for the Party of the Fringes to be too far out on the fringe? As a mostly normal person, I would have thought so, but I guess President Magoo thinks not and is willing to test that theory.
     
    President Magoo. That's pretty good. Myself, I think of Biden as President Frank Drebin:

    https://instituteforlegalreform.com/wp-content/uploads/media/NG.jpg

    Replies: @JimB, @Anonymous, @Wade Hampton

  13. Starting to think Biden is a closet alt-righter. Classic agree and amplify tactics at play here. Nice move Joe, I see what you’re doing.

    • LOL: Coemgen, Polistra
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Frank McGar


    Classic agree and amplify tactics at play here.
     
    That's why we should insist on renaming the city of Washington. To something very African. Think of the property values!

    Since the President's eponymous obelisk is too big to move, we can rechristen it the George Floyd Monument, and affix his that man's image. How hard would it be to paint or etch it on to the marble? (Especially if the NPS objects.)

    Anyone here into paintball? It wouldn't be that hard to bring a few rifles and write "BLM" down the sides. Just make sure the paint will last in four years of rain and humidity.

    After all, the marble is primarily from Maryland, which overwhelmingly endorsed Critical Race Theory a few weeks ago:

    https://www.southbmore.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Screen-Shot-2020-11-04-at-11.11.39-AM-2.png

    Replies: @Frank McGar, @Polistra

  14. Ms. Shelly always knew she was a girl on the inside.

    We need a new salutation for transgenders. I suggest She/it, as in She/it Shelly always knew blah blah.

    There is no place in Joe Biden’s America for humor.

    I prefer to know the inside of …. nevermind.

    Is she/it catholic? I mean, She/it Shelly is a walking advert for abstinence.

    2021’s Room 101 is where we profess our beliefs that Kamilla is virtuous and
    She/it Shelly is attractive.

    Stop me, I’m losing control. Take my wife, please. She’s an it.

    • Replies: @Felix M
    @James Speaks

    According to Wikipedia, “She is Jewish and grew up attending Hebrew school ...”

  15. By Samantha Schmidt, John Wagner and Teo Armus

    Teo Armus = Outs mare.

    Rachel Levine = Venial lecher. Veil her lance!

    Defense Department Warfighter Senior Integration Group

    What the hell is “senior integration”? Do they plan to draft people Steve’s age?

    Senior Integration = Is not a reorienting!

  16. We are the laughing stock of the world.

    • Agree: Trinity
    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Thea

    Well, we ought to be. But thanks to our (MSM) and especially our (Entertainment Division) we're dragging much of the world right down with us.

    , @Chrisnonymous
    @Thea


    We are the laughing stock of the world
     
    I wish. Tonight, Japan NHK's "Newswatch 9" nightly news show featured Americans not happy about Biden. They picked a transgender from San Fransiscisco who is concerned that Biden is too conservative. Not a pretty feminine transgender, but a freak of a man with a masculine face and low voice coupled with long hair and huge fake boobs. In fact, I think the local US-based NHK reporter and the Japanese anchor were not on the same page because the anchor kept referring to it as " him"--unwitting hate speech!!
  17. It’s gonna be tough keeping food down these next four years…..news fast just to keep the strength up.

    • LOL: Joseph Doaks
  18. @Thomas
    If that isn't a face you can trust to tell you to tell you to let yourself be injected with a syringe full of weird experimental chemicals, I don't know what it is.

    Seriously, I'm getting a strong sense already about the incoming administration of "we didn't think this through very deeply."

    OT:

    https://twitter.com/inteldotwav/status/1351627332881149957?s=19

    Replies: @James O'Meara

    Seriously, I’m getting a strong sense already about the incoming administration of “we didn’t think this through very deeply.”

    The average Democrat voter:

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
    @James O'Meara

    When the weather is nice (as it is tonight) I like to sit in front of my house in the evening. Unfortunately, I have a pair of loud-mouthed Trump-hating neighbors who make several laps through the complex shortly after dark. They're about my age (millennial) and they talk so loudly that I can hear them from five or six houses away. Their conversations are so incredibly, mind-numbingly insipid that I find myself nodding off as I'm forced to listen to them.

    If it's not Orange Man Bad Hooray Biden Will Return Everything to Normal and Put MAGA Assholes in Concentration Camps, it's I Don't Like Chicago Deep Dish Pizza I Want a Slice of Pizza Not a Sandwich or You Snore Yes I Snore Your Snoring Is Loud Yes My Snoring Is Very Loud Ha Ha Ha Ha and so on. Usually it's women who prattle on like this, but in this relationship the man is even worse.

    What goes on in the mind of a white Biden voter? Nothing worth mentioning.

    Replies: @Forbes, @Rubicon

    , @mc23
    @James O'Meara

    Not gonna happen

    , @Dr. Krieger
    @James O'Meara

    Oh if only... The average Democrat voter is either too disengaged to even know about this (told who to vote for or reflexively did so) or too far down the Woke track to even know why you have an objection to this person.

    You give people too much credit.

    , @Perspective
    @James O'Meara

    Unfortunately not, the average democrat is a spiteful narcissistic mutant. Also the media will run defense for this administration while big tech provides the censoring of dissidents.

    , @El Dato
    @James O'Meara

    Democrats:

    "Bah. It's just like getting anally probed by aliens. Let's enjoy it for the Good of Diversity".

    Muriel Bowser calls for the National Guard to become Leibstandarte Josef Biden:

    DC mayor calls to TERMINATE National Guardsmen with ‘conflicting views’ before inauguration, requests machine guns for security

    , @Anonymous
    @James O'Meara

    Our embassies fly the rainbow flag during “Pride Month”, some even light up the embassy at night with the rainbow flag colors. That was all under the Trump administration. He was plenty gay. I have no regrets about dropping it in blank.

  19. Nothing says complete insanity like a guy with a receding hairline pretending to be a woman. Nothing. This looks like one of that Portland guy’s antifa mugshots.

    Those poor people at D of Health. Maybe some of them can move over to ICE or something. I hear that department is in a hire frenzy.

  20. @Danindc
    Zoom in on that face. Demons I tells ye!!!

    It does look like she’s saying...can you f’n believe these people are buying my bs???

    Replies: @James Speaks, @Anonymous, @Sue D. Nim

    Zoom in on that face. Demons I tells ye!!!

    Benjamin Franklin was a cross dresser?

  21. Institutions are welcoming their new overlords. I think they keep screaming ‘coup’ about the pitch invasion of the Capitol buildings (Such things have happened in lots of countries parliaments and in the past in the US and no unarmed female protestors were ever headshotted) because they’ve been engaged in a coup for 4 years.

    The American National Farmers Union tweeting about how farmers aren’t actually more white, male and conservative than average is like a postmodern Bayeux Tapestry.

    And, of course, the first results for the ranch mentioned are Pink News and Vice.

    Meet the trans folk who built the Tenacious Unicorn Ranch, a community of armed, anti-fascist alpaca farmers
    https://www.pinknews.co.uk/2021/01/17/tenacious-unicorn-ranch-trans-anti-fascism-alpaca-farm-penny-logue/


    The Alpaca Ranch That’s Creating a Rural Utopia for Trans People

    https://www.vice.com/en/article/dyzyzx/the-alpaca-ranch-thats-creating-a-rural-utopia-for-trans-people

    Hilariously the Pink News headline is more Vice than the Vice headline. I suppose the constant mocking got to them.

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @Altai


    Meet the trans folk who built the Tenacious Unicorn Ranch, a community of armed, anti-fascist alpaca farmers
     
    It's a shame they didn't use their full title: Tenacious Unicorn Ranch Democrat Supporters.
  22. Look on the bright side: This can be entered as evidence at the hearing to verify Biden’s senility.

    • Thanks: Joseph Doaks
  23. Read this eye-opening article about how Jewish oligarchs created this Transgender BS.

    https://www.unz.com/estriker/american-oligarchs-i-the-pritzkers-and-transgenderism/

    The Pritzker family, heirs to the Hyatt Hotel, today use their estimated $29 billion dollar fortune to speculate on the stock market, dodge taxes, buy politicians, and rip people off with predatory banking schemes.

    The Jewish clan has made capitalist-activism, where money wrung out of working class people is used to pay for the pet projects of the anti-social left, central to their plan to radically re-engineer America.

    [Jennifer Pritzker’s] money, along with other figures like fellow Jew and transsexual Martine Rothblatt, has put the wind in the sails of the transgender top-down revolution, granting it scientific and medical credibility through the power of their checkbooks, along with trained operatives who have helped institutionalize in the corporate world. The Pritzkers are heavily invested in the world of pharmaceuticals and science.

    In recent years, Jennifer has donated millions to the University of Minnesota Medical Department’s Human Sexuality department, carved out a “Pritzker School of Medicine” at the University of Chicago, and a “Transgender Studies” chair, handpicked by Pritzker, at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada. Other members of the Pritzker family donated $25 million to University of California at San Francisco’s child health department, which under the auspices of two Jews, predictably advocates for confused or ill young children to be given irreversible transsexual surgeries.

    This money guarantees, in the very best case scenario, a veto on science that questions the validity of transgenderism, but often times just incentivizes these universities to produce pseudo-science in favor of it. UMN has a whole clinic dedicated to advocating in favor of and entertaining transgender insanity, targeting kids in particular. The University of Chicago’s School of Medicine has been transformed into a laboratory for macabre “gender-reassignment” human experimentation, akin to Magnus Hirschfeld’s Weimar-era house of horrors.

    Magnus Hirschfeld was a German Jewish surgeon who performed the first Transgender surgery during the era of the Weimar Republic. Funny how events seem to be repeating themselves.

    The private grant system and for-profit universities have reduced science in the United States to the propaganda mills dedicated to affirming the ideological will of donors like the Pritzkers, as seen with Brown University’s inexplicable retraction and apology for a study that found transgenderism is nothing more than a socially constructed fad spreading via peer pressure. Brown later allowed for the study to be republished after rare but intense media scrutiny, but this case was symbolic of the pressure scientists are under to never question system dogmas set in advance by billionaires.

    The ridiculous “controversy” over whether the military should allow transgenders is another product of Pritzker money. It is hard to believe that retired and current military men think it is important to include transsexuals in the armed forces, but 10s of millions of dollars can get many of these careerists “woke.”

    In 2013, Jennifer Pritzker donated $25 million to the prestigious University of Norwich and its military department, which is credited with creating the ROTC system. This was the largest donation the school has ever received in its 194 year history. A few years later, the University of Norwich’s student rules manual has a whole chapter dedicated to “accommodating” transgender recruits with special exceptions, putting the homo in globo-homo imperialism.

    The Pritzker family is intimately involved with the Democratic establishment, especially in their home city of Chicago where they enjoy close ties to the Israeli Rahm Emanuel and Barack Obama. Members of the family have chaired major campaigns, served as Secretary of Commerce, have been given control over the Chicago school system, directed Olympic games, and much more. J.B. Pritzker is currently the Governor of Illinois, and the chairman of the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center.

    This family was very influential in Washington during the Obama years, where the Pritzkers, through bundling and personal donations, were able to collect $800 million dollars for Obama’s campaigns and inaugural funds.

    More here.

    The Pritzkers are only one, relatively small branch of America’s hereditary plutocracy. If you’re wondering why Presidential candidates like Elizabeth Warren or Great Wall Street Hope Pete Buttigieg have made the absurdity of transgenderism front and center in their campaigns, it’s because the Pritzkers are paying them to.

    Universities, mass media, elections, law enforcement, medicine – all of these important institutions have been ruined by Jewish bankster money from people like the Pritzkers, who have almost fully replaced ethics and merit to indulge their fetishes and desire to control us.

    TLDR: Corrupt and perverted Jewish oligarchs rule America.

  24. • Replies: @Dr. X
    @MEH 0910

    Our country has degenerated into a fucking madhouse.

    , @Elli
    @MEH 0910

    I think a parenthesis shaped smile in men, with the upper lip curved as well as the lower, associates with homosexuality. Of course many of the midlife MtoF trans still prefer to go to bed with women.

    Another example of masculine interest trans: Lynette Nussbacher, military historian, formerly Aryeh Judah Schoen Nussbacher.

    Anorexics look in the mirror and see fat and ugly.

    Do middle-aged, coarse-featured MtoF look in the mirror and see beauty? Is that some really weird form of successful white male privilege, where mental illness and distortion become self-congratulatory, rather than self-accusatory?

    Replies: @HammerJack, @additionalMike, @Redneck farmer, @Dissident

    , @AceDeuce
    @MEH 0910

    Looks slightly more effeminate in (his/hers/theirs/its/the) "before" picture.

    I thought that I heard (believe me I didn't do research on this person) that, like Bruce Jenner, ol' gurl here hasn't gotten his schlong lopped off. Not sure if that makes his LARP better or worse.

    , @Kolya Krassotkin
    @MEH 0910

    When Levine became tired of being a homely man, he decided the best solution was becoming a homely woman?

    File this story under "You just can't make this *hit up."

    , @James O'Meara
    @MEH 0910

    Shouldn't this be in Steve's Bad 70s Hair thread?

    , @Jack D
    @MEH 0910

    So Levine is a bottle blond. What a phony!

    , @Forbes
    @MEH 0910

    It really does take a man to look that good as a woman.

  25. @Danindc
    Zoom in on that face. Demons I tells ye!!!

    It does look like she’s saying...can you f’n believe these people are buying my bs???

    Replies: @James Speaks, @Anonymous, @Sue D. Nim

    I think there’s going to be a depressive mental health crisis among the TERFs before long. Most women don’t have the sheer unmitigated cheek of men reaching for the crown while saying yes to the dress.

  26. @onetwothree
    I mean, at this point the worse the freakshow gets the more likely it will be seen as a freakshow, right?

    Replies: @415 reasons, @Polistra, @Cato, @Polynikes, @ziggurat, @Forbes, @europeasant

    It seems like the crazier it gets the more people insist that this is all makes perfect sense and that anyone who objects is a bigot.

  27. I’m hoping Biden will nominate the 1985 Topps Garbage Pail Kids lineup—Nasty Nick, Adam Bomb, Jay Decay, and the rest of the gang—for whatever cabinet positions remain.

  28. @James O'Meara
    @Thomas

    Seriously, I’m getting a strong sense already about the incoming administration of “we didn’t think this through very deeply.”

    The average Democrat voter:

    https://tworunningsisters.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/gob-bluth.jpg

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @mc23, @Dr. Krieger, @Perspective, @El Dato, @Anonymous

    When the weather is nice (as it is tonight) I like to sit in front of my house in the evening. Unfortunately, I have a pair of loud-mouthed Trump-hating neighbors who make several laps through the complex shortly after dark. They’re about my age (millennial) and they talk so loudly that I can hear them from five or six houses away. Their conversations are so incredibly, mind-numbingly insipid that I find myself nodding off as I’m forced to listen to them.

    If it’s not Orange Man Bad Hooray Biden Will Return Everything to Normal and Put MAGA Assholes in Concentration Camps, it’s I Don’t Like Chicago Deep Dish Pizza I Want a Slice of Pizza Not a Sandwich or You Snore Yes I Snore Your Snoring Is Loud Yes My Snoring Is Very Loud Ha Ha Ha Ha and so on. Usually it’s women who prattle on like this, but in this relationship the man is even worse.

    What goes on in the mind of a white Biden voter? Nothing worth mentioning.

    • Replies: @Forbes
    @Stan Adams


    What goes on in the mind of a white Biden voter? Nothing worth mentioning.
     
    , @Rubicon
    @Stan Adams

    Stan: good luck!
    But this is when we quote Eleanor Roosevelt who said:

    Great Minds discuss ideas
    Average Minds discuss events
    Small minds discuss other people.

    We're very sorry for your plight. We'd suggest you place ER's classic observation on a very large poster, but it's probably a lost cause because your neighbor's intellect wouldn't even comprehend what ER stated.

    Replies: @Bill Jones

  29. This must be one of those stereotypical high T Jewish men we always hear about, who’s high T caused them to want to be a woman.

    Good thing history wasn’t filled with high T men who more often than not worked together to build western civilization, otherwise they would have all been too busy yearning to accessorize.

    Occam’s breast implants suggest the higher T you have, the more you want to be a woman, or something.

  30. Skelly has a professional pressure group, ‘Out in National Security’. There is a YouTube channel with currently 1 subscriber.

    Maybe if they brought their supposed greater empathy and compassion based on feeling marginalised to the Pentagon and CIA there’d be a lot less murder and mayhem but I get the feeling that somehow they’ll just try to spin the existing policies of murder and mayhem as being on the ‘Right Side of History’.

    World War G/T might not be a meme forever.

    • Agree: Redneck farmer
    • Replies: @Frank McGar
    @Altai

    This is just my speculation, but looking at the trans movement lately (as well as several of the antifa mugshots), there is a deep violent streak towards people who don't bend to the trans agenda. I mean, they are antisocial, disturbed men after all.

    , @Anonymous
    @Altai

    Ms. Skelly explains in that video that she's a "retired Navy Commander" who "got into nat-sec as a teenager through a love of flying, joined the Navy, became a Naval flight officer, and served over 20 years on active duty."

    Replies: @Pericles

    , @Bragadocious
    @Altai

    I always posited that most of the Deep State hatred for Putin is a gay psy-op. Imagine ww3 starting because Vlad won't bless a gay pride parade in Moscow. Some might scoff at this scenario but I bet the gay mafia in the State Dept. would be fine with it. You won't respect my sexuality means people will die. Not far-fetched at all.

    As for the trans crowd, they're even angrier. I certainly don't think they should be near missiles and war maps.

    Replies: @neutral

    , @James O'Meara
    @Altai

    That's quite a jawline.

    https://duckduckgo.com/?q=iron+jaw&t=brave&page=1&sexp=%7B%22cdrexp%22%3A%22b%22%2C%22artexp%22%3A%22b%22%2C%22prodexp%22%3A%22b%22%2C%22prdsdexp%22%3A%22c%22%2C%22biaexp%22%3A%22b%22%2C%22msvrtexp%22%3A%22b%22%2C%22djsdexp%22%3A%22a%22%7D&iax=images&ia=images&iai=https%3A%2F%2Fvignette.wikia.nocookie.net%2Fpdsh%2Fimages%2F0%2F03%2FIronJaw.jpg%2Frevision%2Flatest%3Fcb%3D20130319060536

    , @James Forrestal
    @Altai


    Maybe if they brought their supposed greater empathy and compassion based on feeling marginalised to the Pentagon and CIA...
     
    https://i.postimg.cc/Kj4ctVjV/CIA-Homo-transsexual.jpg

    Well... sure, the military has historically been a somewhat conservative institution (though they're pushing pretty hard to change that, but who do you think is promoting globohomo? It's not just major corporations and the State Dept -- the CIA has been actively promoting transsexualism for many years. Hardly a surprise, since the agency has always been involved in pushing the poz. Do a search for "CIA abstract impressionism" or "CIA Gloria Steinem," for example. Espionage agencies don't just spy; they're heavily involved in shaping and promoting narratives as well. For a particularly egregious example, see the notorious Office of Special Plans, which was created for the express purpose of stovepiping Israeli anti-Iraq propaganda (aka "raw intelligence") to the W administration to market the Iraq War.

    A few examples:

    This article from 2012 -- 3 years before the Supreme Court mandated homosexual "marriage" nationwide; when transsexualism was very much a secondary issue in most media narratives -- shows the CIA andthe feebs reaching out to the homosexual and transsexual "community":

    "The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has actually been involved with the homosexual movement for over 15 years [now 24 years], according to its website. The CIA boasts about its internal organization called the Agency Network of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Employees and Allies (ANGLE). ANGLE helps recruit LGBT employees and sets up CIA Pride Month celebrations at various CIA offices around the country."

    What do the spooks themselves have to say? From the CIA website, a 2012 featured story for "LGBT Pride" month:

    "CIA Celebrates National LGBT Pride Month
    The Central Intelligence Agency’s Center for Mission Diversity and Inclusion and the Agency’s Network of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Employees and Allies (ANGLE) co-hosted a panel discussion of CIA senior leaders as part of the 2012 June Pride Month celebration. "

    FBI, also 2012:

    "Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Program"

    As of 2016, the CIA had a dedicated program to recruit so-called "transgenders"

    From The Atlantic, 2017 -- Coming Out as "Transgender" Made Me a More Effective CIA Officer

    [Note that this individual's narrative, as promoted by Jeffrey Goldberg's Atlantic, is focused on his supposed fears of "persecution," "harassment," etc. by the CIA hierarchy -- at a time when the agency had been actively promoting sexual deviancy within its ranks for 20 years. It's the old "supporting and promoting the hegemonic narrative somehow makes me a 'victim' " tactic that is so often seen under systemic semitism.]

  31. Does a Special Assistant to the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics report to the:

    • Deputy Vice-Liaison for Trampoline and Decahedral Ascent, or the

    • 2nd Assistant Under-Coordinator for Agricultural Pork Synthesis and Elliptical Latitude?

    • Replies: @Goob
    @Abolish_public_education

    yes

    , @kaganovitch
    @Abolish_public_education

    Does a Special Assistant to the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics report to the:
    • Deputy Vice-Liaison for Trampoline and Decahedral Ascent, or the
    • 2nd Assistant Under-Coordinator for Agricultural Pork Synthesis and Elliptical Latitude?


    Hah! I'll have you know, they report to him/her/them/xir

  32. Strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government. Supreme executive power derives from a mandate from the masses, not from some farcical aquatic ceremony.”

    but overseeing national healthcare requires no grounding in reality. A farcical aquatic ceremony would be a plus.

  33. Such a “handsome” woman!

    • Replies: @James O'Meara
    @anon215

    Dr. Epstein wishes she were a "handsome woman."

    https://youtu.be/B2QV_RtR9Mg

  34. @MEH 0910
    https://www.barnhardt.biz/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/RichardLevine.jpg

    Replies: @Dr. X, @Elli, @AceDeuce, @Kolya Krassotkin, @James O'Meara, @Jack D, @Forbes

    Our country has degenerated into a fucking madhouse.

  35. It would be pretty funny if Biden says “hey Dick, come over here” during a press conference.

    • LOL: Kylie
    • Replies: @Jiminy
    @JohnnyD

    Maybe it would be funnier if he said “ hey Dickless.”

    Replies: @Pericles

  36. @James O'Meara
    @Thomas

    Seriously, I’m getting a strong sense already about the incoming administration of “we didn’t think this through very deeply.”

    The average Democrat voter:

    https://tworunningsisters.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/gob-bluth.jpg

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @mc23, @Dr. Krieger, @Perspective, @El Dato, @Anonymous

    Not gonna happen

  37. @onetwothree
    I mean, at this point the worse the freakshow gets the more likely it will be seen as a freakshow, right?

    Replies: @415 reasons, @Polistra, @Cato, @Polynikes, @ziggurat, @Forbes, @europeasant

    You would think so, right? I mean, it stands to reason, right? Yet somehow I feel as though this notion will be put to the test more than ever very soon.

  38. @Buffalo Joe
    Dr Levine removed his ederly mother from assisted living before Covid had a chance to play grim reaper. The rest of the old folks stayed. See andrew cuomo's "Nursing Homes and Covid" a PBS Special. Just kidding, nothing special about andrew, but rachel is a different story.

    Replies: @nobodyofnowhere, @Fred Flintstone

    To add to this, Levine did this after mandating that nursing homes in PA had to take in covid patients.

    • Replies: @Buck Ransom
    @nobodyofnowhere

    Shouldn't that be womandating?

    , @JMcG
    @nobodyofnowhere

    Just before the mandate, if memory serves. Of course, I’ve been trying to forget a great deal these last months.

  39. @Altai
    Skelly has a professional pressure group, 'Out in National Security'. There is a YouTube channel with currently 1 subscriber.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIbE27jBZ5s

    Maybe if they brought their supposed greater empathy and compassion based on feeling marginalised to the Pentagon and CIA there'd be a lot less murder and mayhem but I get the feeling that somehow they'll just try to spin the existing policies of murder and mayhem as being on the 'Right Side of History'.

    World War G/T might not be a meme forever.

    Replies: @Frank McGar, @Anonymous, @Bragadocious, @James O'Meara, @James Forrestal

    This is just my speculation, but looking at the trans movement lately (as well as several of the antifa mugshots), there is a deep violent streak towards people who don’t bend to the trans agenda. I mean, they are antisocial, disturbed men after all.

    • Agree: Ben tillman
  40. Another (((Swedish))) guy/girl/it selected for Biden’s cabinet. Those crazy Swedes.

  41. @James O'Meara
    @Thomas

    Seriously, I’m getting a strong sense already about the incoming administration of “we didn’t think this through very deeply.”

    The average Democrat voter:

    https://tworunningsisters.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/gob-bluth.jpg

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @mc23, @Dr. Krieger, @Perspective, @El Dato, @Anonymous

    Oh if only… The average Democrat voter is either too disengaged to even know about this (told who to vote for or reflexively did so) or too far down the Woke track to even know why you have an objection to this person.

    You give people too much credit.

  42. @J.Ross
    Good thing we rejected Weimar solutions for Weimar problems because now this is happening.

    Replies: @Frank McGar, @James Forrestal

    And suddenly, for no reason at all…

    • LOL: AndrewR
  43. @Altai
    Skelly has a professional pressure group, 'Out in National Security'. There is a YouTube channel with currently 1 subscriber.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIbE27jBZ5s

    Maybe if they brought their supposed greater empathy and compassion based on feeling marginalised to the Pentagon and CIA there'd be a lot less murder and mayhem but I get the feeling that somehow they'll just try to spin the existing policies of murder and mayhem as being on the 'Right Side of History'.

    World War G/T might not be a meme forever.

    Replies: @Frank McGar, @Anonymous, @Bragadocious, @James O'Meara, @James Forrestal

    Ms. Skelly explains in that video that she’s a “retired Navy Commander” who “got into nat-sec as a teenager through a love of flying, joined the Navy, became a Naval flight officer, and served over 20 years on active duty.”

    • Replies: @Pericles
    @Anonymous


    she’s a “retired Navy Commander” who “got into nat-sec as a teenager through a love of flying, joined the Navy, became a Naval flight officer, and served over 20 years on active duty.”

     

    "... always, always feeling totally girly on the inside."
  44. Excellent credentials.

    Wikipedia: Levine graduated from Harvard College and the Tulane University School of Medicine and completed a residency in pediatrics and fellowship in adolescent medicine at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City, NY.[6]

    Latest covid news:

    Single Covid vaccine dose in Israel ‘less effective than we thought’
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/jan/19/single-covid-vaccine-dose-in-israel-less-effective-than-we-hoped

    • Replies: @Hippopotamusdrome
    @George



    Single Covid vaccine dose in Israel ‘less effective than we thought’

     

    We were thiiiis close to getting over Covid. Oh, well, lockdown forever.
  45. @Polistra

    The man said he was going for a Marilyn Monroe look, but organizers of the carnival fundraiser in Bloomsburg, Pa., said he resembled Levine.
     
    You can understand the confusion, right? Dead ringers, the two of them.

    “The COVID-19 pandemic has brought hate and transphobia into the spotlight through relentless comments and slurs"
     
    Hey! We're just trying to raise awareness! (BTW, does anyone else notice that even the WP & NYT spend a lot of editorial space lately to exposing the nefarious deeds of internet trolls? TD, phone home!

    "Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine, who is a highly skilled, valued, and capable member of my administration and Transgender,”

    When they say things like "highly skilled, valued, and capable" you know it means they don't really believe it. Also, it's a member of Transgender? How does that work?

    Replies: @Dr. Krieger, @Inquiring Mind, @Lurker, @JerseyJeffersonian, @duncsbaby

    Rachel Levine is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I’ve ever known in my life.

    • Agree: Coemgen
    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @Dr. Krieger

    'Rachel Levine is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I’ve ever known in my life.'

    It could be you need to get out more.

    Replies: @Polistra

    , @additionalMike
    @Dr. Krieger

    Don't let him get behind you in the showers...you may get a surprise.

    , @njguy73
    @Dr. Krieger

    "Would the court clerk read that back?"

    "I've known Rachel Levine for years, and she's a rotten, conniving, dirty rat."

    "Just making sure you got that right."

    , @Charles
    @Dr. Krieger

    That's a good one.

  46. Seriously, one interesting aspect of Dr. Rachel Levine’s career, back when Richard Levine had a wife and fathered two kids, is Levine’s founding of the Penn State Hershey Eating Disorders Program. Anorexia has a number of parallels to be transgenderism. Did being around a bunch of supercilious upper middle class teenage girls intent on becoming beautiful by starving themselves to death drive Levine crazy?

    We talk about social contagion, but, who knows, maybe there is an actual transmissible germ that drives you nuts when you look in the mirror, and it just manifests itself in different delusions?

    The link between adolescent ROGD and BPD is undeniable. As is the previous association between BPD and Anorexia. (You don’t hear too much about it today despite the massive focus on body images issues because it’s declined massively. The moment of mania about it went.) Nowadays Anorexia is more and more associated with AVPD and cluster C traits in girls, which is basically close to being the opposite of BPD and cluster B.

    The same kinds of girls who became Anorexic are becoming trans today. A lot of parallels, the IRL social contagion, the issues of body dysmorphia and the online communities that celebrate their body transformations and offer tips and ways to get access to drugs to help as well as hiding things from parents. Of course, the media, teachers and society at large didn’t celebrate adolescent girls starving themselves and taking diet pills.

    But there is little evidence of the female ROGD being motivated by the same instincts as male transgenders.

    I personally wonder if the same traits that lead a man to say become high level in the Nat Sec bureaucracy, one of which being not caring what others think so much and being dominant, don’t lead these guys to shrug their shoulders at going around calling themselves a woman and demanding others validate them as such. Are there more timid or introspective men who have the same desire but don’t go through with it out of shame and inhibition.

    A bit like the old situation with engineers trying to determine what parts of the WW2 bombers to reinforce based on what kind of damage returning planes took. They were only looking at the planes that came back and thus were putting armour in the wrong places, they should have been putting it in the places where planes tended to come back without damage because the ones which did tended not to come back. Are we only looking at the visible component of these desires and fetishes in the form of former marines in dresses and thinking that it is particularly common in these men versus these men just being the ones we can see.

    • Thanks: slumber_j
    • Replies: @Frank McGar
    @Altai

    I assume you're familiar with Abigail Shrier's book Irreversible Damage that deals with this topic? For those not familiar, it's a good primer, and highly recommended for people with kids who are being exposed to this kind of stuff in schools and elsewhere. Your point about anorexia is interesting as well. Why is anorexia considered a mental disorder, but trans is not? I think it used to be.

    Replies: @Dissident

    , @Jim Bob Lassiter
    @Altai

    I wonder if we can get this eminently qualified pediatrician with specialty practice in eating disorders to study Greta Thunberg.

  47. @Frank McGar
    Starting to think Biden is a closet alt-righter. Classic agree and amplify tactics at play here. Nice move Joe, I see what you're doing.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Classic agree and amplify tactics at play here.

    That’s why we should insist on renaming the city of Washington. To something very African. Think of the property values!

    Since the President’s eponymous obelisk is too big to move, we can rechristen it the George Floyd Monument, and affix his that man’s image. How hard would it be to paint or etch it on to the marble? (Especially if the NPS objects.)

    Anyone here into paintball? It wouldn’t be that hard to bring a few rifles and write “BLM” down the sides. Just make sure the paint will last in four years of rain and humidity.

    After all, the marble is primarily from Maryland, which overwhelmingly endorsed Critical Race Theory a few weeks ago:

    • Troll: RichardTaylor
    • Replies: @Frank McGar
    @Reg Cæsar

    How about Washanda?

    The Maryland/DC/VA area is an incredibly beautiful place geographically. Too bad about the people.

    Replies: @Jim Christian

    , @Polistra
    @Reg Cæsar

    Thanks for the graphic. That's Maryland? Only ~2m voters? I guess so.


    Maryland is one of the top four states with the smallest population of whites. Maryland's population of blacks is also the 4th highest in the nation, falling only behind Mississippi, Louisiana, and Georgia.

    https://worldpopulationreview.com/states/maryland-population
     

    Maryland has sky-high crime rates, though they are mostly concentrated in just a few counties, and of course one city.
  48. the administration is going to end up like 70% jewish at this rate

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @prime noticer

    'the administration is going to end up like 70% jewish at this rate'

    I'm sure 40% will allow for enough handlers. They must be realizing it's getting kind of obvious.

    Replies: @R.G. Camara, @Wilkey

  49. I’ve believe that the Senate should give the President wide leeway in appointing his administration. Seems like a fundamental trait of a democratic system, and places accountability firmly on the President’s shoulders for the results of his administration. So, if Sleepy Joe wants to appoint Dr. Levine, as long as he takes responsibility for Levine’s policies, more power to him.

    What concerns me is the article about the “dunk tank incident.” I think it’s impolite to make fun of private individuals for their race, appearance, sexual orientation, etc. But, in a healthy society there is a recognition that it’s acceptable to mock public figures, especially people in government. The fact that the crime of lese majestie , at least for minorities, is coming back, is a troubling indication of increasing American authoritarianism. Not fitting for a free and democratic people at all.

    • Agree: Cato, Ben tillman
    • Replies: @Frank McGar
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    Very good point. Trump has been mocked in myriad horrific ways, but to be fair, so have many Democrats. It's part of the game. But now, only one side is allowed to play it.

    , @Jim Bob Lassiter
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    I wonder if we can get this eminently qualified pediatrician with specialty practice in eating disorders to study Greta Thunberg.

    , @Jim Bob Lassiter
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    "So, if Sleepy Joe wants to appoint Dr. Levine, as long as he takes responsibility for Levine’s policies, more power to him."

    Is an Alzheimer's patient legally responsible for anything?

  50. That thing has a dick, which makes it a transvestite.

    Just wait, the tranny bathrooms will be here sooner than you think. Specially designated bathrooms for the mentally ill.

    • Replies: @Wade Hampton
    @petit bourgeois

    In fakengay SJW-world, everybody can be whatever they identify as and that can change from moment to moment.

    As the great Jonathan Winters said when recounting an incident from one of his visits to the looney bin “...I’m a robin redbreast...changed my mind. I’m a blue jay...”

  51. I wonder—when he commits suicide while in office, will they publicly rule it a suicide?

    After all, calling it a suicide would make him a victim, draw attention to the plight of the suicidal, and allow them to pass legislation outlawing making fun of trannies (approved by Roberts’ supreme court 3 years later as totally not violating the 1st Amendment because reasons).

    But then again, publicly declaring it a suicide would add to the terrible and not-true-at-all stereotype of trannies being mentally unstable folk of whom 38% commit suicide. Lots of people might get wrongthink about it.

    Perhaps instead they will cover it up as a hate attack murder by three MAGA-hat wearing high school kids at 3am on the streets of Chicago in January. Or perhaps in the middle of a park in DC shortly after a Wikileaks dump.

    Maybe they can call it a COVID death?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @R.G. Camara


    I wonder—when he commits suicide while in office, will they publicly rule it a suicide?
     
    I'd thought the Clintons were both out of politics.
    , @Kolya Krassotkin
    @R.G. Camara

    More importantly, when he commits suicide in office, will they give him a state funeral? Will they dress him in his prettiest frock?

    , @That Would Be Telling
    @R.G. Camara


    But then again, publicly declaring it a suicide would add to the terrible and not-true-at-all stereotype of trannies being mentally unstable folk of whom 38% commit suicide.
     
    Citation Needed. Because as far as I know those high figures are for attempts, not successes, which no one seems to track.

    A dramatic attempt might be even more "interesting" in how the Dems and Team White House handle it.

    Replies: @Jack D

  52. @Reg Cæsar
    @Frank McGar


    Classic agree and amplify tactics at play here.
     
    That's why we should insist on renaming the city of Washington. To something very African. Think of the property values!

    Since the President's eponymous obelisk is too big to move, we can rechristen it the George Floyd Monument, and affix his that man's image. How hard would it be to paint or etch it on to the marble? (Especially if the NPS objects.)

    Anyone here into paintball? It wouldn't be that hard to bring a few rifles and write "BLM" down the sides. Just make sure the paint will last in four years of rain and humidity.

    After all, the marble is primarily from Maryland, which overwhelmingly endorsed Critical Race Theory a few weeks ago:

    https://www.southbmore.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Screen-Shot-2020-11-04-at-11.11.39-AM-2.png

    Replies: @Frank McGar, @Polistra

    How about Washanda?

    The Maryland/DC/VA area is an incredibly beautiful place geographically. Too bad about the people.

    • Agree: Alden
    • Replies: @Jim Christian
    @Frank McGar


    The Maryland/DC/VA area is an incredibly beautiful place geographically.
     
    No it isn't. The whole thing sits on a swamp. Too hot for 5 months out of the year the topography traps fumes and pollution close to the ground throughout the region all summer long. The beaches are the suckiest in the East, the mountains aren't particularly majestic, although Rt. 211 W is one of the greatest fast-bike tracks in highway-building history.

    If you think DC/Va/Md is beautiful on any level, you need to go almost anywhere else.

    Replies: @Jack D

  53. @onetwothree
    I mean, at this point the worse the freakshow gets the more likely it will be seen as a freakshow, right?

    Replies: @415 reasons, @Polistra, @Cato, @Polynikes, @ziggurat, @Forbes, @europeasant

    the worse the freakshow gets the more likely it will be seen as a freakshow, right?

    One would hope. But when the freaks are leading the sheep…

  54. @Dr. Krieger
    @Polistra

    Rachel Levine is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I’ve ever known in my life.

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @additionalMike, @njguy73, @Charles

    ‘Rachel Levine is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I’ve ever known in my life.’

    It could be you need to get out more.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Colin Wright

    Here, maybe this'll help:

    https://i.ibb.co/23SBtgt/maxresdefault.jpg

  55. @prime noticer
    the administration is going to end up like 70% jewish at this rate

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘the administration is going to end up like 70% jewish at this rate’

    I’m sure 40% will allow for enough handlers. They must be realizing it’s getting kind of obvious.

    • Replies: @R.G. Camara
    @Colin Wright


    I’m sure 40% will allow for enough handlers. They must be realizing it’s getting kind of obvious.
     
    Self-awareness, self-reflection, and learning from history are three things for which the Tribe is not known.
    , @Wilkey
    @Colin Wright

    I’ve never been obsessed about the Jewish issue, and am frankly usually annoyed by those who are.

    But the percentage of this administration that is Jewish...is getting ridiculous. The Democrats keep lecturing us about “diversity” and “equality.” I don’t want to hear another fucking lecture about equality from them for the rest of my life.

    Replies: @HammerJack

  56. Biden may staff his higher level cabinet with less crazy leftists who have some personal loyalty to him (won’t remove him). And fill up the lower levels with full-on leftists to make the activists happy.

    Blacks, Latinos, Asians, gays and transsexuals have nothing in common and actually dislike each other. The only long term hope of the Dems is to push White people as the Great Enemy.

    If only we could get away from the two party system, Whites would emerge as the most powerful single voting block.

  57. @Henry's Cat
    Just between me and you, Steve, it's a geezer.

    Replies: @Rob McX

    But the big question is never answered: Did he bolster his delusions with surgery or is he just “identifying” as a woman?

    • Replies: @CCZ
    @Rob McX

    "Levine completed her transition in 2013. She has undergone sex reassignment surgery and hormonal treatment."

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-pennsylvania-transgender-idUSKBN0OP2HI20150609

    , @Clyde
    @Rob McX


    But the big question is never answered: Did he bolster his delusions with surgery or is he just “identifying” as a woman?
     
    My take is that 10% get the penis chop/ Most of these M_to_F trans people will get Estrogen hormone injections which makes them female breasts' / will dress like women. REALITY----They are enhanced versions of ye boring ol cross dresers in Greenwich Village. The guys who liked to put on woman's panties before going to work.
  58. @MEH 0910
    https://www.barnhardt.biz/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/RichardLevine.jpg

    Replies: @Dr. X, @Elli, @AceDeuce, @Kolya Krassotkin, @James O'Meara, @Jack D, @Forbes

    I think a parenthesis shaped smile in men, with the upper lip curved as well as the lower, associates with homosexuality. Of course many of the midlife MtoF trans still prefer to go to bed with women.

    Another example of masculine interest trans: Lynette Nussbacher, military historian, formerly Aryeh Judah Schoen Nussbacher.

    Anorexics look in the mirror and see fat and ugly.

    Do middle-aged, coarse-featured MtoF look in the mirror and see beauty? Is that some really weird form of successful white male privilege, where mental illness and distortion become self-congratulatory, rather than self-accusatory?

    • Replies: @HammerJack
    @Elli

    I think a parenthesis shaped smile in men, with the upper lip curved as well as the lower, associates with homosexuality.
     

    Nope it is classic Jewish physiognomy. Also the Grinch who stole Christmas but I don't know his religion or ethnicity. Applies to both sexes BTW.
    , @additionalMike
    @Elli

    Re Prof. Nussbacher, you can sort of toggle back and forth between the Nussbacher 1.0 ( a trim young man) and 2.0 (a well-groomed overweight woman with a sort of Monty-Pythonish imitation of a female voice) by watching new and old military History shows on cable.
    I struggle to remind myself that Nussbacher 2.0 is just as well versed as his/her predecessor in military matters.
    Sandhurst has to be taken seriously, I think.

    Replies: @Ghost of Bull Moose

    , @Redneck farmer
    @Elli

    Personally, I suspect they play Lady Gaga's "Beautiful" a bit too much.

    , @Dissident
    @Elli


    Of course many of the midlife MtoF trans still prefer to go to bed with women.
     
    But how many women (or even men) are there who would not be utterly repulsed at the thought?
    ~ ~ ~
    @ Steve Sailer:

    What little girl doesn’t dream of someday coordinating the Defense Department Warfighter Senior Integration Group?
     
    You really are hopeless, aren't you? Perpetuating cis-hetero-sexist gender norms as if it were 1951. Just Irredeemable. (H. Clinton, 2016) [/sarcasm]
  59. @James O'Meara
    @Thomas

    Seriously, I’m getting a strong sense already about the incoming administration of “we didn’t think this through very deeply.”

    The average Democrat voter:

    https://tworunningsisters.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/gob-bluth.jpg

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @mc23, @Dr. Krieger, @Perspective, @El Dato, @Anonymous

    Unfortunately not, the average democrat is a spiteful narcissistic mutant. Also the media will run defense for this administration while big tech provides the censoring of dissidents.

  60. We talk about social contagion … But, who knows, maybe there is an actual transmissible germ that drives you nuts when you look in the mirror, and it just manifests itself in different delusions?

    Schizophrenics sometimes mutilate their genitals for mysterious reasons. It’s a hard fact that any man who volunteers to have his reproductive organs cut off is mentally ill.

    • Agree: HammerJack
  61. Joe will be able to boast: “We’ve got more transgender staff in government than Russia and China combined!”

    • LOL: Cortes
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Rob McX

    https://media.thedonald.win/post/hVgRaCSr.jpeg

    Replies: @Barnard, @That Would Be Telling

  62. The people of Pennsylvania thank President Elect Xiden for taking this nut job away from us. Can you do the Gov. and Lt Gov. too?

  63. @Rob McX
    Joe will be able to boast: "We've got more transgender staff in government than Russia and China combined!"

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    • LOL: El Dato
    • Replies: @Barnard
    @Reg Cæsar

    I don't see anyway life here could be as good as the USSR once they get done with us. They didn't have any of our vibrancy or diversity.

    , @That Would Be Telling
    @Reg Cæsar


    The US spent 50 years fighting the USSR just to become a gay retarded version of it.
     
    This is no accident, as I'm told Marxists like to say. People also recommend the videos of Yuri Bezmenov, but the linked book studies it from the very beginning, after the Soviets achieved their primary goal of diplomatic recognition from FDR pretty early in the New Deal. This first effort ended in the purges at the end of the decade, but by then the seeds had been planted on fertile ground.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  64. @Thea
    We are the laughing stock of the world.

    Replies: @Polistra, @Chrisnonymous

    Well, we ought to be. But thanks to our (MSM) and especially our (Entertainment Division) we’re dragging much of the world right down with us.

  65. @Wade Hampton
    Is it possible for the Party of the Fringes to be too far out on the fringe? As a mostly normal person, I would have thought so, but I guess President Magoo thinks not and is willing to test that theory.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    Is it possible for the Party of the Fringes to be too far out on the fringe? As a mostly normal person, I would have thought so, but I guess President Magoo thinks not and is willing to test that theory.

    President Magoo. That’s pretty good. Myself, I think of Biden as President Frank Drebin:

    • LOL: JMcG
    • Replies: @JimB
    @Mr. Anon

    Is that Minneapolis in the background?

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    , @Anonymous
    @Mr. Anon

    Close, Biden is President Baxter Harris. Try to find a clip you can link to in Unz. TPTB are shadow banning such horseplay.

    It's not book burning when we do it!

    , @Wade Hampton
    @Mr. Anon

    Thanks. Interestingly, the great Nielsen played both Frank Drebin and Mr. Magoo on the big screen.

    Drebin is a reasonable analog to our newly minted “president”. Like our new "president", Drebin is completely clueless and yet completely confident of his command of any situation. But unlike him, Drebin has an essential sweetness of heart.

    Magoo is more apt. Like Drebin and our new "president", Magoo is inept and unwarrantedly self-confident. But like our new "president", Magoo shows a nasty streak when things don't go as planned. Here's an example.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FpTglrnmq58

  66. I’ve noted that every president that gave Jews everything, Johnson, Nixon and now Trump were treated horribly by Jews. Johnson prevented from running again, Nixon impeached Trump impeached and his re-election probably stolen.

    So maybe Biden and Harris will get the same treatment. Personally I don’t care. Every president since Eisenhower ; my entire life time has been activitely positively and affirmatively anti White.

    • Replies: @ziggurat
    @Alden

    I don't think Trump was anti-white. He was vocally supportive of blacks and jews, but not vocally anti-white. Also, his policies were nominally supportive of whites.

    If Trump was anti-white, then what will Harris/Biden be?

    Regarding "America first", Trump's policy was more like "America tied with Israel for 1st place".

    Replies: @Alden

    , @Peter D. Bredon
    @Alden

    "Every president since Eisenhower ; my entire life time has been activitely positively and affirmatively anti White."

    The ways things are going, they're gonna crucify you.

    https://youtu.be/oZnm_s3wZeo'

    , @Goob
    @Alden

    Duh. Ike sent the 101st Airborne into Little Rock.

    , @Lot
    @Alden

    The USA forced Israel to hold back in both 1967 and 1973. That was probably the right decision for LBJ and Nixon to make, but it showed that the USA was the senior partner in the alliance.

    A Jew run USA would have sent troops to help or at minimum given Israel a free hand to exploit the complete collapse of Egyptian and Syrian forces at the end of both of those wars.

    https://c4.legalinsurrection.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Life-Magazine-Israeli-Soldier-Swims-in-Suez-Canal-1967.jpg

    https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/aJAAAOSwqmJfRRvv/s-l300.jpg

    Replies: @JMcG, @Alden

  67. It’s terrible to make fun of the masculine appearance of a pre-post-menopausal woman

  68. Laura Loomer has been BANNED from owning a firearm!

    [MORE]

    EXCLUSIVE: I’ve Been BANNED From Owning A Firearm, A Warning Of What’s To Come For All Conservative Americans
    Laura LoomerLaura Loomer Posted On January 19, 2021

    For years, Big Tech has used me as Patient Zero in their test case in mass de-platforming by eliminating my ability to reach the public because of my political views.

    Being forced to use alternative social media sites, I know I’ve been a little “offline” since I ran for Congress in President Trump’s home district, Florida-21 a few months ago.

    The new bans on President Trump and Conservative voices around the nation over the last two weeks are what I’ve been dealing with and actively fighting against for years.

    My speech on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram have been banned and eliminated.

    My ability to conduct business on PayPal, Venmo, GoFundMe and other financial institutions has been banned.

    Chase Bank once shut down my online banking.

    Comcast blocked my congressional campaign from sending texts and emails to voters while they donated to my opponent.

    Even my ability to travel has all been restricted, as I am permanently banned on Uber and Lyft.

    I can’t even have a sandwich delivered because I’ve been banned on UberEats.

    What I haven’t shared with you is that last year, I found out my 2nd Amendment rights have also been stripped without warning or explanation.

    That’s right, I – a young woman who faces constant death threats – cannot own or possess a firearm for my own personal protection. My 2nd Amendment right has been BANNED.

    While I have NEVER been convicted of a felony, domestic violence, and I’ve never been adjudicated mentally unfit by a judge, my name was placed in the Federal National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) and I have been prohibited from ever owning or even touching a firearm.

    It’s called “Red Flagging”.

    The only people who have the ability to put you in the NICS database is the FBI.

    I learned during my campaign for Congress that despite the fact that I have never been charged or convicted of any crime whatsoever, my name had been placed on a secret Federal “no buy” list maintained by the FBI, which prohibited me from my legal right to buy a firearm.

    My name landed on this secret “no buy” list shortly after I questioned the former FBI director James Comey at his first book signing event about a number of lies in his published memoir. I was acting entirely legally in my role as an investigative journalist and as an attendee of the event.

    I’ve been sitting on this news for months while others helped me investigate and find out why I’ve been Red Flagged.

    I’ve had the deepest background checks run against me . . . and I don’t even have a speeding ticket.

    We’ve concluded the obvious . . . I had my 2nd Amendment Rights stripped due to my political views and activism.

    Given that the FBI is the only organization that can put you in the NICS database, I have reason to believe that I’ve been targeted by the FBI.

    This has been extremely troubling to me because as a young woman and a public figure, I often get death threats, and I have had to call the police numerous times as well as the FBI because I have been targeted by ANTIFA, Islamic terrorists, and members of the radical left have even come to my home and vandalized my car. I have no way to protect myself except for private security, which is costly.

    Just as conservative Americans are being banned from social media, banned from banking, and placed on No-Fly lists across the country right now, the next step is to designate them as “domestic terrorists” and strip them of their gun rights.

    Tomorrow, on January 20th, 2021, with the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, the police state is about to take unfettered power in America. Shockingly I had the first taste of what is to come for all Conservative Americans when I was detained at the Miami airport last week while flying back into the country from a brief post election trip to El Salvador where I was working on my upcoming book, LOOMERED: How I Became The Most Banned Woman In The World.

    I was singled out with no explanation and subjected to a thorough search, I was not allowed to grab my own suitcases from baggage claim, and I was detained for several hours while different federal officials from Department of Homeland Security interrogated me about my Wikipedia page, which states that I am a right-wing extremist and was an official Republican nominee for Congress, endorsed by President Trump. DHS officers also asked me about the events that occurred on January 6th in Washington DC. Needless to say, I was not in the country at the time, and know nothing about the protest at the US capitol.

    That’s why it’s so important to challenge this now, because I’m confident that I can have the Red Flag removed and publish the information and document the process so that others who will soon be targeted by the Democrat Party for their conservative political views can do the same when this happens to them.

    I didn’t want to have to release this information, because it has made me fear for my life.

    I have no other option but to go public about this for the sake of warning every American of what’s to come, and I have no other option but to sue the federal government over this abridgment of my 2nd Amendment rights.

    We are under attack.

    They have taken the 1st Amendment away from us. If they take the 2nd Amendment away from us, we will NEVER regain the 1st.

    https://loomered.com/2021/01/19/exclusive-ive-been-banned-from-owning-a-firearm-a-warning-of-whats-to-come-for-all-conservative-americans/

    • Thanks: HammerJack
    • Replies: @unit472
    @Joe Stalin

    Hmmm, I was thinking of using my stimmy check to buy a handgun. Hope I don't find that people who read the UNZ review etc have been added to Chris Wray's no gun list.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer

    , @El Dato
    @Joe Stalin

    This situation is going places faster than I would have thought.

    Physical removals will be on the menu before COVID is over. Probably under cover of COVID. "Self-isolation Health trucks"? It's more likely than you think.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Joe Stalin

    Russia has more respect for the right to keep and arm bears.



    https://russiatrek.org/images/arms/mari_el-republic-arms.jpg

    https://www.crwflags.com/fotw/images/r/ru-76!01.gif

    https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51I45MmIf9L._AC_SL1000_.jpg

  69. Here comes New America, good and hard. If Trump had dropped the WWF style, and acted more serious (e.g. advocating masks) when the pandemic hit a year ago, he’d be getting re-installed tomorrow. Even if someone thinks masks don’t work and the whole thing is overblown, the fact is that most people think the opposite, and a successful politician needs to read the mood of the country. Now we have 4+ years of woke totalitarianism.

    • Agree: AKAHorace
    • Disagree: Catdog
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @MIke_from_SGV

    He broke hundereds of promises, and didn't even back his most supportive base, yet you think President Trump lost the election because he didn't push the face diapers? I think we could really use a guy like you in Rachel Levine's office, Mike.

    .


    Well, I was going to write this first as a general comment, but after that one.... geeze!

    I've heard that it takes crazy to know crazy. I think Mr. Levine will do a bang up job for the mental health of the country.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Old Prude

    , @Pericles
    @MIke_from_SGV


    If Trump had dropped the WWF style, and acted more serious (e.g. advocating masks) when the pandemic hit a year ago, he’d be getting re-installed tomorrow. Even if someone thinks masks don’t work and the whole thing is overblown, the fact is that most people think the opposite, and a successful politician needs to read the mood of the country. Now we have 4+ years of woke totalitarianism.
     
    Well, strictly speaking, it's the fault of the gullible mask morons, isn't it?

    (For the sake of argument, I'll pretend the election wasn't blatantly stolen.)

    Replies: @Joseph Doaks

    , @GSR
    @MIke_from_SGV

    "Here comes New America, good and hard. If Trump had dropped the WWF style, and acted more serious (e.g. advocating masks) when the pandemic hit a year ago, he’d be getting re-installed tomorrow."


    A year ago, last Jan, Feb and even March of 2020, the medical experts, including St Fauci, were all advising NOT to wear masks. Trump was "following the science".

    Replies: @photondancer, @Jonathan Mason, @That Would Be Telling, @Catdog

    , @Paul Mendez
    @MIke_from_SGV


    If Trump had dropped the WWF style, and acted more serious (e.g. advocating masks) when the pandemic hit a year ago...
     
    ...Democrats would still have stolen the election.
  70. @Altai
    Skelly has a professional pressure group, 'Out in National Security'. There is a YouTube channel with currently 1 subscriber.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIbE27jBZ5s

    Maybe if they brought their supposed greater empathy and compassion based on feeling marginalised to the Pentagon and CIA there'd be a lot less murder and mayhem but I get the feeling that somehow they'll just try to spin the existing policies of murder and mayhem as being on the 'Right Side of History'.

    World War G/T might not be a meme forever.

    Replies: @Frank McGar, @Anonymous, @Bragadocious, @James O'Meara, @James Forrestal

    I always posited that most of the Deep State hatred for Putin is a gay psy-op. Imagine ww3 starting because Vlad won’t bless a gay pride parade in Moscow. Some might scoff at this scenario but I bet the gay mafia in the State Dept. would be fine with it. You won’t respect my sexuality means people will die. Not far-fetched at all.

    As for the trans crowd, they’re even angrier. I certainly don’t think they should be near missiles and war maps.

    • Agree: El Dato
    • Thanks: Redneck farmer
    • Replies: @neutral
    @Bragadocious

    Do you think they deep state would ever dare to do such things to an African country? The hatred is ultimately for white people, nothing else.

    Replies: @Bragadocious, @Dissident

  71. RIP Don Sutton who never missed a start and never went on the DL in a 23 year caeer.

    • Thanks: Ron Mexico
    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    I remember my friend's father took us to an Angels game in June of 86 to see the Indians. Sutton 300 game winner vs. Niekro 300 game winner. I know Sutton faced Seaver that season with both being 300 game winners. All 3 HOFers died in the past 5 months.

    , @Hhsiii
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    Quite the staff died this last 365: Seaver, Gibson, Ford, Niekro, Sutton

  72. @Icy Blast
    And this is just the beginning of the horror...

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666, @AnotherDad

    And this is just the beginning of the horror…

    Making fun of this clown like figure is easy. But seriously, . . . her appointment is just indicative that no one needs to care about what Americans actually think anymore. The bad guys are in charge and they have a monopoly on all media and tech platforms and can fully control what 90% of Americans think as a result.

    They are responsible for electing Biden and keeping him in office. There is thus 0% chance that the government will do anything besides making this Media-Democrat monopoly permanent and all-powerful.

    Using their media monopoly they can brand all dissent as “sedition” and “incitement.” In fact, concrete steps are being taken for the military and intelligence services to begin waging war on domestic enemies of the new regime. Republicans, of course, are useless and cowardly as always.
    But Glenn Greenwald, almost alone, is sounding the alarm.

    The more honest proponents of this new domestic War on Terror are explicitly admitting that they want to model it on the first one. A New York Times reporter noted on Monday that a “former intelligence official on PBS NewsHour” said “that the US should think about a ‘9/11 Commission’ for domestic extremism and consider applying some of the lessons from the fight against Al Qaeda here at home.” More amazingly, Gen. Stanley McChrystal — for years head of Joint Special Operations Command in Iraq and the commander of the war in Afghanistan — explicitly compared that war to this new one, speaking to Yahoo News:

    I did see a similar dynamic in the evolution of al-Qaida in Iraq, where a whole generation of angry Arab youth with very poor prospects followed a powerful leader who promised to take them back in time to a better place, and he led them to embrace an ideology that justified their violence. This is now happening in America….I think we’re much further along in this radicalization process, and facing a much deeper problem as a country, than most Americans realize.”

    Anyone who, despite all this, still harbors lingering doubts that the Capitol riot is and will be the neoliberal 9/11, and that a new War on Terror is being implemented in its name, need only watch the two short video clips below, which will clear their doubts for good. It is like being catapulted by an unholy time machine back to Paul Wolfowitz’s 2002 messaging lab.

    . . . .

    The second video features the amazing declaration from former Facebook security official Alex Stamos, talking to the very concerned CNN host Brian Stelter, about the need for social media companies to use the same tactics against U.S. citizens that they used to remove ISIS from the internet — “in collaboration with law enforcement” — and that those tactics should be directly aimed at what he calls extremist “conservative influencers.”

    “Press freedoms are being abused by these actors,” the former Facebook executive proclaimed. Stamos noted how generous he and his comrades have been up until now: “We have given a lot of leeway — both in the traditional media and in social media — to people with a very broad range of views.” But no more. Now is the time to “get us all back in the same consensual reality.”

    In a moment of unintended candor, Stamos noted the real problem: “there are people on YouTube, for example, that have a larger audience than people on daytime CNN” — and it’s time for CNN and other mainstream outlets to seize the monopoly on information dissemination to which they are divinely entitled by taking away the platforms of those whom people actually want to watch and listen to:

    (If still not convinced, and if you can endure it, you can also watch MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski literally screaming that one needed remedy to the Capitol riot is that the Biden administration must “shutdown” Facebook. Shutdown Facebook).

    Calls for a War on Terror sequel — a domestic version complete with surveillance and censorship — are not confined to ratings-deprived cable hosts and ghouls from the security state. The Wall Street Journal reports that “Mr. Biden has said he plans to make a priority of passing a law against domestic terrorism, and he has been urged to create a White House post overseeing the fight against ideologically inspired violent extremists and increasing funding to combat them.”
    https://greenwald.substack.com/p/the-new-domestic-war-on-terror-is?token=eyJ1c2VyX2lkIjoxODgzNDgxNywicG9zdF9pZCI6MzE2MzY3MDIsIl8iOiJwaUVpUSIsImlhdCI6MTYxMTExMTcwMCwiZXhwIjoxNjExMTE1MzAwLCJpc3MiOiJwdWItMTI4NjYyIiwic3ViIjoicG9zdC1yZWFjdGlvbiJ9.K7Hb3QMl7wh1lBzkFEFPLpGaxv8o0AVEboNB8TU9H90

    • Replies: @additionalMike
    @Hypnotoad666

    Greenwald sold us out, that fecker...by aiding and abetting Snowdon's treason, thus weakening the U.S. v. the Chinese and Russia.

    He is reaping what he sowed.

    Replies: @R.G. Camara, @Hypnotoad666, @Polynikes, @Morris Applebaum IV, @JerseyJeffersonian

    , @Whiskey
    @Hypnotoad666

    Agreed and if you read Mark Bowden's "the Finish" about the killing of bin Laden, you can see Obama was entranced with the idea of Special Forces killing people he did not like. If you read between the lines and do the math of what Bowden says, 200 total Special Forces Teams with half on, half off, every 3 months, with likely an average of five people killed in each raid and each team doing 4 raids every 24 hours (very fast paced) they were killing 2,000 people a day.

    It was just sheer attrition -- just killing and killing and killing various fighters until there was no one left to fight. And because it was not a huge battle, but 5 dead here, and 5 dead there, adding up, it did not excite attention or controversy.

    Of course, that killing machine was and is very, very White. An all black machine could not keep up the tempo or the discipline. A Latino machine is at this point very unlikely to "kneel before Zod" ala Superman. Already the Biden Administration is purging White soldiers out of the military.

    Biden is prepared to announce a six month lockdown. Which will be ignored at the local level and generate a huge black market for things like haircuts and meals and other stuff. At the same time we have 10 million less jobs than before Covid-19 (which will not be coming back) and unlimited immigration and open borders. Very few other than true believers trust the media one bit. Biden can and will obtain compliance with a fed standing over a person. Other than that ...

    The FT had a series on "activists" "taking on" the "Big Meat" industry and demanding the peons eat cockroaches and weeds. While big shots eat beef. Yeah that will go down big.

    Meanwhile China is a slam dunk certainty to invade Taiwan. By Airborne troops first, followed likely by fast assault landing craft. With at least two US Carriers sunk and Xou Bai-Den surrendering. With massive inflation sure to follow US defeat and Weimar like food prices. With blacks rampaging into the suburbs and the National Guard dispatched ... to make sure no one fights back. Yes Xou Bai-Den has the implicit backing of Stanley McChrystal. Of James Mattis. Of David Petraeus and Colon Bowel. But do those guys command the loyalty of an American military being purged of its White men? Heck the Special Forces NOW are likely being purged of something like 90% of its members.

    This is an appointment by a brain dead operation running on fumes that lacking legitimacy is relying on sheer force and making life miserable for all. I suppose the end game is to invite in Chinese troops to massacre the populace. It really will be Red Dawn.

    Replies: @BenKenobi, @Hypnotoad666

  73. @Reg Cæsar
    @Rob McX

    https://media.thedonald.win/post/hVgRaCSr.jpeg

    Replies: @Barnard, @That Would Be Telling

    I don’t see anyway life here could be as good as the USSR once they get done with us. They didn’t have any of our vibrancy or diversity.

    • Agree: HammerJack
  74. @Colin Wright
    @prime noticer

    'the administration is going to end up like 70% jewish at this rate'

    I'm sure 40% will allow for enough handlers. They must be realizing it's getting kind of obvious.

    Replies: @R.G. Camara, @Wilkey

    I’m sure 40% will allow for enough handlers. They must be realizing it’s getting kind of obvious.

    Self-awareness, self-reflection, and learning from history are three things for which the Tribe is not known.

  75. @R.G. Camara
    I wonder---when he commits suicide while in office, will they publicly rule it a suicide?

    After all, calling it a suicide would make him a victim, draw attention to the plight of the suicidal, and allow them to pass legislation outlawing making fun of trannies (approved by Roberts' supreme court 3 years later as totally not violating the 1st Amendment because reasons).

    But then again, publicly declaring it a suicide would add to the terrible and not-true-at-all stereotype of trannies being mentally unstable folk of whom 38% commit suicide. Lots of people might get wrongthink about it.

    Perhaps instead they will cover it up as a hate attack murder by three MAGA-hat wearing high school kids at 3am on the streets of Chicago in January. Or perhaps in the middle of a park in DC shortly after a Wikileaks dump.

    Maybe they can call it a COVID death?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Kolya Krassotkin, @That Would Be Telling

    I wonder—when he commits suicide while in office, will they publicly rule it a suicide?

    I’d thought the Clintons were both out of politics.

    • LOL: R.G. Camara
  76. @Dr. Krieger
    @Polistra

    Rachel Levine is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I’ve ever known in my life.

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @additionalMike, @njguy73, @Charles

    Don’t let him get behind you in the showers…you may get a surprise.

  77. former special assistant to the undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, and coordinator of the Defense Department Warfighter Senior Integration Group.

    Some men are so competitive and driven that when they realize you can get further ahead by being a woman (or better yet, transgender), their brain will justify going down that path for them. To not attempt to reach the very top by any means necessary would cause them to shut down. In their mind I do not doubt they truly completely believe they are a woman and living their true life.

  78. @Colin Wright
    @prime noticer

    'the administration is going to end up like 70% jewish at this rate'

    I'm sure 40% will allow for enough handlers. They must be realizing it's getting kind of obvious.

    Replies: @R.G. Camara, @Wilkey

    I’ve never been obsessed about the Jewish issue, and am frankly usually annoyed by those who are.

    But the percentage of this administration that is Jewish…is getting ridiculous. The Democrats keep lecturing us about “diversity” and “equality.” I don’t want to hear another fucking lecture about equality from them for the rest of my life.

    • Replies: @HammerJack
    @Wilkey

    IDK, 2% vs 70%, sounds legit

  79. @Hypnotoad666
    @Icy Blast


    And this is just the beginning of the horror…
     
    Making fun of this clown like figure is easy. But seriously, . . . her appointment is just indicative that no one needs to care about what Americans actually think anymore. The bad guys are in charge and they have a monopoly on all media and tech platforms and can fully control what 90% of Americans think as a result.

    They are responsible for electing Biden and keeping him in office. There is thus 0% chance that the government will do anything besides making this Media-Democrat monopoly permanent and all-powerful.

    Using their media monopoly they can brand all dissent as "sedition" and "incitement." In fact, concrete steps are being taken for the military and intelligence services to begin waging war on domestic enemies of the new regime. Republicans, of course, are useless and cowardly as always.
    But Glenn Greenwald, almost alone, is sounding the alarm.

    The more honest proponents of this new domestic War on Terror are explicitly admitting that they want to model it on the first one. A New York Times reporter noted on Monday that a “former intelligence official on PBS NewsHour” said “that the US should think about a ‘9/11 Commission’ for domestic extremism and consider applying some of the lessons from the fight against Al Qaeda here at home.” More amazingly, Gen. Stanley McChrystal — for years head of Joint Special Operations Command in Iraq and the commander of the war in Afghanistan — explicitly compared that war to this new one, speaking to Yahoo News:

    I did see a similar dynamic in the evolution of al-Qaida in Iraq, where a whole generation of angry Arab youth with very poor prospects followed a powerful leader who promised to take them back in time to a better place, and he led them to embrace an ideology that justified their violence. This is now happening in America….I think we’re much further along in this radicalization process, and facing a much deeper problem as a country, than most Americans realize.”
     
    Anyone who, despite all this, still harbors lingering doubts that the Capitol riot is and will be the neoliberal 9/11, and that a new War on Terror is being implemented in its name, need only watch the two short video clips below, which will clear their doubts for good. It is like being catapulted by an unholy time machine back to Paul Wolfowitz’s 2002 messaging lab.

    . . . .

    The second video features the amazing declaration from former Facebook security official Alex Stamos, talking to the very concerned CNN host Brian Stelter, about the need for social media companies to use the same tactics against U.S. citizens that they used to remove ISIS from the internet — “in collaboration with law enforcement” — and that those tactics should be directly aimed at what he calls extremist “conservative influencers.”

    “Press freedoms are being abused by these actors,” the former Facebook executive proclaimed. Stamos noted how generous he and his comrades have been up until now: “We have given a lot of leeway — both in the traditional media and in social media — to people with a very broad range of views.” But no more. Now is the time to “get us all back in the same consensual reality.”

    In a moment of unintended candor, Stamos noted the real problem: “there are people on YouTube, for example, that have a larger audience than people on daytime CNN” — and it’s time for CNN and other mainstream outlets to seize the monopoly on information dissemination to which they are divinely entitled by taking away the platforms of those whom people actually want to watch and listen to:

    https://youtu.be/3MT_lydFAmk
    (If still not convinced, and if you can endure it, you can also watch MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski literally screaming that one needed remedy to the Capitol riot is that the Biden administration must “shutdown” Facebook. Shutdown Facebook).

    Calls for a War on Terror sequel — a domestic version complete with surveillance and censorship — are not confined to ratings-deprived cable hosts and ghouls from the security state. The Wall Street Journal reports that “Mr. Biden has said he plans to make a priority of passing a law against domestic terrorism, and he has been urged to create a White House post overseeing the fight against ideologically inspired violent extremists and increasing funding to combat them.”
    https://greenwald.substack.com/p/the-new-domestic-war-on-terror-is?token=eyJ1c2VyX2lkIjoxODgzNDgxNywicG9zdF9pZCI6MzE2MzY3MDIsIl8iOiJwaUVpUSIsImlhdCI6MTYxMTExMTcwMCwiZXhwIjoxNjExMTE1MzAwLCJpc3MiOiJwdWItMTI4NjYyIiwic3ViIjoicG9zdC1yZWFjdGlvbiJ9.K7Hb3QMl7wh1lBzkFEFPLpGaxv8o0AVEboNB8TU9H90

     

    Replies: @additionalMike, @Whiskey

    Greenwald sold us out, that fecker…by aiding and abetting Snowdon’s treason, thus weakening the U.S. v. the Chinese and Russia.

    He is reaping what he sowed.

    • Agree: Lot
    • Troll: Charon, R.G. Camara
    • Replies: @R.G. Camara
    @additionalMike

    *snort*

    Revealing illegal spying by the government is not treason.

    Edward Snowden is a hero.

    , @Hypnotoad666
    @additionalMike


    Greenwald sold us out, that fecker…by aiding and abetting Snowdon’s treason, thus weakening the U.S. v. the Chinese and Russia.
     
    First of all, Greenwald is not one of "us." He's a leftist who just happens to have principles (whether you agree with them, or not).

    Furthermore, worrying about a Russian or Chinese "threat" is just quaint at this point. (Actually, our new MSM-Tech-Democrat overlords are in bed with the Chinese -- literally and figuratively -- so you are behind the times on that as well).

    Like you, I used to think "we have always been at war with Eastasia." But post-Trump, I now understand that we have far more to fear from a "woke" CIA and FBI that any imaginary external enemy.
    , @Polynikes
    @additionalMike

    The importance of Snowden, and thus Greenwald, is massively overstated. It was well known what the US was doing with electronic surveillance. It was also quite predictable.

    Snowden did get the media’s attention, though. And it embarrassed us publicly with our allies.

    That’s not to say he should, or shouldn’t, get a pardon. I suppose popularizing it with the media is about as important as actual whistleblowing.

    , @Morris Applebaum IV
    @additionalMike

    Russia and China are "enemies" only because Mexico and Canada won't scare taxpayers into wasting trillions on "defense" spending. What a scam!

    , @JerseyJeffersonian
    @additionalMike

    GFY. I don't agree with some things he says, but that action I back 1000%. As a consequence, we got the straight skinny on what was being done in our name, and more importantly, what was being done to us without our consent, and that - by design - was intended to be without our knowledge. Evil people perpetrating evil deeds don't like to be seen for what they are; but such sunlight is our only defense against these self-dealing psychopaths.

    So good on ya, Glenn. He just left the supposed journalistic safe harbor that he largely founded, The Intercept, when it became clear that it had instead been transformed into a mouthpiece for the Deep State. He has my respect.

  80. @Altai

    Seriously, one interesting aspect of Dr. Rachel Levine’s career, back when Richard Levine had a wife and fathered two kids, is Levine’s founding of the Penn State Hershey Eating Disorders Program. Anorexia has a number of parallels to be transgenderism. Did being around a bunch of supercilious upper middle class teenage girls intent on becoming beautiful by starving themselves to death drive Levine crazy?

    We talk about social contagion, but, who knows, maybe there is an actual transmissible germ that drives you nuts when you look in the mirror, and it just manifests itself in different delusions?
     
    The link between adolescent ROGD and BPD is undeniable. As is the previous association between BPD and Anorexia. (You don't hear too much about it today despite the massive focus on body images issues because it's declined massively. The moment of mania about it went.) Nowadays Anorexia is more and more associated with AVPD and cluster C traits in girls, which is basically close to being the opposite of BPD and cluster B.

    The same kinds of girls who became Anorexic are becoming trans today. A lot of parallels, the IRL social contagion, the issues of body dysmorphia and the online communities that celebrate their body transformations and offer tips and ways to get access to drugs to help as well as hiding things from parents. Of course, the media, teachers and society at large didn't celebrate adolescent girls starving themselves and taking diet pills.

    But there is little evidence of the female ROGD being motivated by the same instincts as male transgenders.

    I personally wonder if the same traits that lead a man to say become high level in the Nat Sec bureaucracy, one of which being not caring what others think so much and being dominant, don't lead these guys to shrug their shoulders at going around calling themselves a woman and demanding others validate them as such. Are there more timid or introspective men who have the same desire but don't go through with it out of shame and inhibition.

    A bit like the old situation with engineers trying to determine what parts of the WW2 bombers to reinforce based on what kind of damage returning planes took. They were only looking at the planes that came back and thus were putting armour in the wrong places, they should have been putting it in the places where planes tended to come back without damage because the ones which did tended not to come back. Are we only looking at the visible component of these desires and fetishes in the form of former marines in dresses and thinking that it is particularly common in these men versus these men just being the ones we can see.

    Replies: @Frank McGar, @Jim Bob Lassiter

    I assume you’re familiar with Abigail Shrier’s book Irreversible Damage that deals with this topic? For those not familiar, it’s a good primer, and highly recommended for people with kids who are being exposed to this kind of stuff in schools and elsewhere. Your point about anorexia is interesting as well. Why is anorexia considered a mental disorder, but trans is not? I think it used to be.

    • Replies: @Dissident
    @Frank McGar


    I assume you’re familiar with Abigail Shrier’s book Irreversible Damage that deals with this topic? For those not familiar, it’s a good primer, and highly recommended for people with kids who are being exposed to this kind of stuff in schools and elsewhere.
     
    (((Abigail Shrier)))

    Also Mass Resistance (Seems very Jew-connected)

    Don't forget (((Judith Reisman))).
  81. @MIke_from_SGV
    Here comes New America, good and hard. If Trump had dropped the WWF style, and acted more serious (e.g. advocating masks) when the pandemic hit a year ago, he'd be getting re-installed tomorrow. Even if someone thinks masks don't work and the whole thing is overblown, the fact is that most people think the opposite, and a successful politician needs to read the mood of the country. Now we have 4+ years of woke totalitarianism.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Pericles, @GSR, @Paul Mendez

    He broke hundereds of promises, and didn’t even back his most supportive base, yet you think President Trump lost the election because he didn’t push the face diapers? I think we could really use a guy like you in Rachel Levine’s office, Mike.

    .

    Well, I was going to write this first as a general comment, but after that one…. geeze!

    I’ve heard that it takes crazy to know crazy. I think Mr. Levine will do a bang up job for the mental health of the country.

    • Agree: Old Prude
    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Trump would definitely have been re-elected if it had not become perfectly obvious to most non brain-dead people that he had been totally insane for years.

    Never mind the fact that he had promised to drain the swamp, but had actually wallowed in it.

    Of course we are very grateful for the big beautiful wall that has already been built for several miles along the Mexican border, and for the Trumpcare health insurance reforms, which were the result of careful bipartisan work with legislators based on Trump's own deep knowledge of healthcare issues.

    He is also to be congratulated on solving the DACA issue and for leading the failed second American Revolution.

    His own self-sacrifice in deliberately exposing himself and many members of his administration to Covid-19 so as to debunk the idea of using malaria drugs, will long be remembered as part of his profile of courage.

    I know that most world leaders will be privately thanking Trump for his moral and intellectual leadership over global issues today and for his contribution to the environment by discouraging use of private jets.

    And no group will be more thankful to him than the PGA tour, thanks to his unrelenting efforts to promote the game of golf as an inclusive sport.

    There are rumors that in retirement he will be promoting a new major called the Trump World Open Crazy Golf Tournament, in which Trump himself is expected to compete and will be among the favorites.

    Trump is also expected to take up painting, and is planning an exhibition of genuine Old Masters from his own studio.

    His Presidential library in North Korea is expected to become the tallest building in the world, and will be built by the grateful Mexican people. It will house the world's largest collection of tweets.

    We wish him well, and hope that he and Melania live together for many more years surrounded by their family in their beautiful retirement home in Brazil, where the entire family Trump will be safe from extradition on trumped up charges.

    , @Old Prude
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Trump's farewell speech was a wet dishrag. Absolutely lame, but a fitting end to a presidency which did nothing which was promised. Let's be honest: Who could listen to that speech and not think "Cuck".

    He could have told an angry tale about how the Deep State stymied the American people's will for four years, culminating in stealing the election. Instead he droned on about Jerusalem and jobs for minorities. Sad!

    Replies: @Ron Mexico, @YetAnotherAnon

  82. @Joe Stalin
    Laura Loomer has been BANNED from owning a firearm!

    EXCLUSIVE: I’ve Been BANNED From Owning A Firearm, A Warning Of What’s To Come For All Conservative Americans
    Laura LoomerLaura Loomer Posted On January 19, 2021

    For years, Big Tech has used me as Patient Zero in their test case in mass de-platforming by eliminating my ability to reach the public because of my political views.

    Being forced to use alternative social media sites, I know I’ve been a little “offline” since I ran for Congress in President Trump’s home district, Florida-21 a few months ago.

    The new bans on President Trump and Conservative voices around the nation over the last two weeks are what I’ve been dealing with and actively fighting against for years.

    My speech on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram have been banned and eliminated.

    My ability to conduct business on PayPal, Venmo, GoFundMe and other financial institutions has been banned.

    Chase Bank once shut down my online banking.

    Comcast blocked my congressional campaign from sending texts and emails to voters while they donated to my opponent.

    Even my ability to travel has all been restricted, as I am permanently banned on Uber and Lyft.

    I can’t even have a sandwich delivered because I’ve been banned on UberEats.

    What I haven’t shared with you is that last year, I found out my 2nd Amendment rights have also been stripped without warning or explanation.

    That’s right, I – a young woman who faces constant death threats – cannot own or possess a firearm for my own personal protection. My 2nd Amendment right has been BANNED.

    While I have NEVER been convicted of a felony, domestic violence, and I’ve never been adjudicated mentally unfit by a judge, my name was placed in the Federal National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) and I have been prohibited from ever owning or even touching a firearm.

    It’s called “Red Flagging”.

    The only people who have the ability to put you in the NICS database is the FBI.

    I learned during my campaign for Congress that despite the fact that I have never been charged or convicted of any crime whatsoever, my name had been placed on a secret Federal “no buy” list maintained by the FBI, which prohibited me from my legal right to buy a firearm.

    My name landed on this secret “no buy” list shortly after I questioned the former FBI director James Comey at his first book signing event about a number of lies in his published memoir. I was acting entirely legally in my role as an investigative journalist and as an attendee of the event.

    I’ve been sitting on this news for months while others helped me investigate and find out why I’ve been Red Flagged.

    I’ve had the deepest background checks run against me . . . and I don’t even have a speeding ticket.

    We’ve concluded the obvious . . . I had my 2nd Amendment Rights stripped due to my political views and activism.

    Given that the FBI is the only organization that can put you in the NICS database, I have reason to believe that I’ve been targeted by the FBI.

    This has been extremely troubling to me because as a young woman and a public figure, I often get death threats, and I have had to call the police numerous times as well as the FBI because I have been targeted by ANTIFA, Islamic terrorists, and members of the radical left have even come to my home and vandalized my car. I have no way to protect myself except for private security, which is costly.

    Just as conservative Americans are being banned from social media, banned from banking, and placed on No-Fly lists across the country right now, the next step is to designate them as “domestic terrorists” and strip them of their gun rights.

    Tomorrow, on January 20th, 2021, with the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, the police state is about to take unfettered power in America. Shockingly I had the first taste of what is to come for all Conservative Americans when I was detained at the Miami airport last week while flying back into the country from a brief post election trip to El Salvador where I was working on my upcoming book, LOOMERED: How I Became The Most Banned Woman In The World.

    I was singled out with no explanation and subjected to a thorough search, I was not allowed to grab my own suitcases from baggage claim, and I was detained for several hours while different federal officials from Department of Homeland Security interrogated me about my Wikipedia page, which states that I am a right-wing extremist and was an official Republican nominee for Congress, endorsed by President Trump. DHS officers also asked me about the events that occurred on January 6th in Washington DC. Needless to say, I was not in the country at the time, and know nothing about the protest at the US capitol.

    That’s why it’s so important to challenge this now, because I’m confident that I can have the Red Flag removed and publish the information and document the process so that others who will soon be targeted by the Democrat Party for their conservative political views can do the same when this happens to them.

    I didn’t want to have to release this information, because it has made me fear for my life.

    I have no other option but to go public about this for the sake of warning every American of what’s to come, and I have no other option but to sue the federal government over this abridgment of my 2nd Amendment rights.

    We are under attack.

    They have taken the 1st Amendment away from us. If they take the 2nd Amendment away from us, we will NEVER regain the 1st.

    https://loomered.com/2021/01/19/exclusive-ive-been-banned-from-owning-a-firearm-a-warning-of-whats-to-come-for-all-conservative-americans/

     

    Replies: @unit472, @El Dato, @Reg Cæsar

    Hmmm, I was thinking of using my stimmy check to buy a handgun. Hope I don’t find that people who read the UNZ review etc have been added to Chris Wray’s no gun list.

    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
    @unit472

    YOU HAVEN'T ALREADY?!?!?!

  83. Shit Steve, did you need to post an image of this dude? Along with keeping another Bush out of the White House and keeping that glass ceiling strong against Hildabeast, Trump gave us pleasant faces and figures to look at like McEnany, Hicks, Farah, Ivanka and of course, Melania.

    • Agree: Redneck farmer
  84. @Polistra
    What was it, before it became whatever it is now?

    Replies: @Buck Ransom

    The Biden transition team.

    • LOL: Old Prude
  85. @Elli
    @MEH 0910

    I think a parenthesis shaped smile in men, with the upper lip curved as well as the lower, associates with homosexuality. Of course many of the midlife MtoF trans still prefer to go to bed with women.

    Another example of masculine interest trans: Lynette Nussbacher, military historian, formerly Aryeh Judah Schoen Nussbacher.

    Anorexics look in the mirror and see fat and ugly.

    Do middle-aged, coarse-featured MtoF look in the mirror and see beauty? Is that some really weird form of successful white male privilege, where mental illness and distortion become self-congratulatory, rather than self-accusatory?

    Replies: @HammerJack, @additionalMike, @Redneck farmer, @Dissident

    I think a parenthesis shaped smile in men, with the upper lip curved as well as the lower, associates with homosexuality.

    Nope it is classic Jewish physiognomy. Also the Grinch who stole Christmas but I don’t know his religion or ethnicity. Applies to both sexes BTW.

    • Agree: Charon
  86. @Elli
    @MEH 0910

    I think a parenthesis shaped smile in men, with the upper lip curved as well as the lower, associates with homosexuality. Of course many of the midlife MtoF trans still prefer to go to bed with women.

    Another example of masculine interest trans: Lynette Nussbacher, military historian, formerly Aryeh Judah Schoen Nussbacher.

    Anorexics look in the mirror and see fat and ugly.

    Do middle-aged, coarse-featured MtoF look in the mirror and see beauty? Is that some really weird form of successful white male privilege, where mental illness and distortion become self-congratulatory, rather than self-accusatory?

    Replies: @HammerJack, @additionalMike, @Redneck farmer, @Dissident

    Re Prof. Nussbacher, you can sort of toggle back and forth between the Nussbacher 1.0 ( a trim young man) and 2.0 (a well-groomed overweight woman with a sort of Monty-Pythonish imitation of a female voice) by watching new and old military History shows on cable.
    I struggle to remind myself that Nussbacher 2.0 is just as well versed as his/her predecessor in military matters.
    Sandhurst has to be taken seriously, I think.

    • Replies: @Ghost of Bull Moose
    @additionalMike

    She gets very excited describing tank maneuvers and artillery barrages. Monty Python would have appreciated her bloodthirstyness.

  87. @NJ Transit Commuter
    I’ve believe that the Senate should give the President wide leeway in appointing his administration. Seems like a fundamental trait of a democratic system, and places accountability firmly on the President’s shoulders for the results of his administration. So, if Sleepy Joe wants to appoint Dr. Levine, as long as he takes responsibility for Levine’s policies, more power to him.

    What concerns me is the article about the “dunk tank incident.” I think it’s impolite to make fun of private individuals for their race, appearance, sexual orientation, etc. But, in a healthy society there is a recognition that it’s acceptable to mock public figures, especially people in government. The fact that the crime of lese majestie , at least for minorities, is coming back, is a troubling indication of increasing American authoritarianism. Not fitting for a free and democratic people at all.

    Replies: @Frank McGar, @Jim Bob Lassiter, @Jim Bob Lassiter

    Very good point. Trump has been mocked in myriad horrific ways, but to be fair, so have many Democrats. It’s part of the game. But now, only one side is allowed to play it.

  88. @Rob McX
    @Henry's Cat

    But the big question is never answered: Did he bolster his delusions with surgery or is he just "identifying" as a woman?

    Replies: @CCZ, @Clyde

    “Levine completed her transition in 2013. She has undergone sex reassignment surgery and hormonal treatment.”

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-pennsylvania-transgender-idUSKBN0OP2HI20150609

    • Thanks: Rob McX
  89. This is a deliberate “fuck you” to social conservatives and my guess is that the intent is to humiliate. By forcing everyone to pretend that this ugly old dude in a wig is not just a plain old autogynephile getting off, but a sweet and sincere trans woman just trying to live “her” best life, the Biden administration is signaling that it intends to redefine reality and that they’re so powerful there’s nothing you can do about it.

    • Replies: @stillCARealist
    @Maximian

    You just described the entire left-wing social agenda for the last 100 years. They are fundamentally aggrieved teenagers ready to rebel and shock just so that they can be noticed.

    Why won't anybody pay attention to me!?

    Meanwhile they mangle themselves both physically and spiritually and the rest of us are forced to turn away in embarrassment. Too bad they cause so much harm to the world in the process.

  90. @Colin Wright
    @Dr. Krieger

    'Rachel Levine is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I’ve ever known in my life.'

    It could be you need to get out more.

    Replies: @Polistra

    Here, maybe this’ll help:

    • LOL: Dr. Krieger
  91. I bet Joe wont blow on her neck. Her dress might pitch a tent

  92. @onetwothree
    I mean, at this point the worse the freakshow gets the more likely it will be seen as a freakshow, right?

    Replies: @415 reasons, @Polistra, @Cato, @Polynikes, @ziggurat, @Forbes, @europeasant

    I wouldn’t bet on it.

  93. BTW, Sinatra never looked as good as he did here. Earlier he was skinny and sickly; later he just got old. Why do people do that? Oh well, he was still hot enough for Mia Farrow, before she got old too.

  94. @nobodyofnowhere
    @Buffalo Joe

    To add to this, Levine did this after mandating that nursing homes in PA had to take in covid patients.

    Replies: @Buck Ransom, @JMcG

    Shouldn’t that be womandating?

  95. @Rob McX
    @Henry's Cat

    But the big question is never answered: Did he bolster his delusions with surgery or is he just "identifying" as a woman?

    Replies: @CCZ, @Clyde

    But the big question is never answered: Did he bolster his delusions with surgery or is he just “identifying” as a woman?

    My take is that 10% get the penis chop/ Most of these M_to_F trans people will get Estrogen hormone injections which makes them female breasts’ / will dress like women. REALITY—-They are enhanced versions of ye boring ol cross dresers in Greenwich Village. The guys who liked to put on woman’s panties before going to work.

  96. @Polistra

    The man said he was going for a Marilyn Monroe look, but organizers of the carnival fundraiser in Bloomsburg, Pa., said he resembled Levine.
     
    You can understand the confusion, right? Dead ringers, the two of them.

    “The COVID-19 pandemic has brought hate and transphobia into the spotlight through relentless comments and slurs"
     
    Hey! We're just trying to raise awareness! (BTW, does anyone else notice that even the WP & NYT spend a lot of editorial space lately to exposing the nefarious deeds of internet trolls? TD, phone home!

    "Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine, who is a highly skilled, valued, and capable member of my administration and Transgender,”

    When they say things like "highly skilled, valued, and capable" you know it means they don't really believe it. Also, it's a member of Transgender? How does that work?

    Replies: @Dr. Krieger, @Inquiring Mind, @Lurker, @JerseyJeffersonian, @duncsbaby

    Um, better than calling someone “articulate and bright and clean”?

  97. @Hypnotoad666
    @Icy Blast


    And this is just the beginning of the horror…
     
    Making fun of this clown like figure is easy. But seriously, . . . her appointment is just indicative that no one needs to care about what Americans actually think anymore. The bad guys are in charge and they have a monopoly on all media and tech platforms and can fully control what 90% of Americans think as a result.

    They are responsible for electing Biden and keeping him in office. There is thus 0% chance that the government will do anything besides making this Media-Democrat monopoly permanent and all-powerful.

    Using their media monopoly they can brand all dissent as "sedition" and "incitement." In fact, concrete steps are being taken for the military and intelligence services to begin waging war on domestic enemies of the new regime. Republicans, of course, are useless and cowardly as always.
    But Glenn Greenwald, almost alone, is sounding the alarm.

    The more honest proponents of this new domestic War on Terror are explicitly admitting that they want to model it on the first one. A New York Times reporter noted on Monday that a “former intelligence official on PBS NewsHour” said “that the US should think about a ‘9/11 Commission’ for domestic extremism and consider applying some of the lessons from the fight against Al Qaeda here at home.” More amazingly, Gen. Stanley McChrystal — for years head of Joint Special Operations Command in Iraq and the commander of the war in Afghanistan — explicitly compared that war to this new one, speaking to Yahoo News:

    I did see a similar dynamic in the evolution of al-Qaida in Iraq, where a whole generation of angry Arab youth with very poor prospects followed a powerful leader who promised to take them back in time to a better place, and he led them to embrace an ideology that justified their violence. This is now happening in America….I think we’re much further along in this radicalization process, and facing a much deeper problem as a country, than most Americans realize.”
     
    Anyone who, despite all this, still harbors lingering doubts that the Capitol riot is and will be the neoliberal 9/11, and that a new War on Terror is being implemented in its name, need only watch the two short video clips below, which will clear their doubts for good. It is like being catapulted by an unholy time machine back to Paul Wolfowitz’s 2002 messaging lab.

    . . . .

    The second video features the amazing declaration from former Facebook security official Alex Stamos, talking to the very concerned CNN host Brian Stelter, about the need for social media companies to use the same tactics against U.S. citizens that they used to remove ISIS from the internet — “in collaboration with law enforcement” — and that those tactics should be directly aimed at what he calls extremist “conservative influencers.”

    “Press freedoms are being abused by these actors,” the former Facebook executive proclaimed. Stamos noted how generous he and his comrades have been up until now: “We have given a lot of leeway — both in the traditional media and in social media — to people with a very broad range of views.” But no more. Now is the time to “get us all back in the same consensual reality.”

    In a moment of unintended candor, Stamos noted the real problem: “there are people on YouTube, for example, that have a larger audience than people on daytime CNN” — and it’s time for CNN and other mainstream outlets to seize the monopoly on information dissemination to which they are divinely entitled by taking away the platforms of those whom people actually want to watch and listen to:

    https://youtu.be/3MT_lydFAmk
    (If still not convinced, and if you can endure it, you can also watch MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski literally screaming that one needed remedy to the Capitol riot is that the Biden administration must “shutdown” Facebook. Shutdown Facebook).

    Calls for a War on Terror sequel — a domestic version complete with surveillance and censorship — are not confined to ratings-deprived cable hosts and ghouls from the security state. The Wall Street Journal reports that “Mr. Biden has said he plans to make a priority of passing a law against domestic terrorism, and he has been urged to create a White House post overseeing the fight against ideologically inspired violent extremists and increasing funding to combat them.”
    https://greenwald.substack.com/p/the-new-domestic-war-on-terror-is?token=eyJ1c2VyX2lkIjoxODgzNDgxNywicG9zdF9pZCI6MzE2MzY3MDIsIl8iOiJwaUVpUSIsImlhdCI6MTYxMTExMTcwMCwiZXhwIjoxNjExMTE1MzAwLCJpc3MiOiJwdWItMTI4NjYyIiwic3ViIjoicG9zdC1yZWFjdGlvbiJ9.K7Hb3QMl7wh1lBzkFEFPLpGaxv8o0AVEboNB8TU9H90

     

    Replies: @additionalMike, @Whiskey

    Agreed and if you read Mark Bowden’s “the Finish” about the killing of bin Laden, you can see Obama was entranced with the idea of Special Forces killing people he did not like. If you read between the lines and do the math of what Bowden says, 200 total Special Forces Teams with half on, half off, every 3 months, with likely an average of five people killed in each raid and each team doing 4 raids every 24 hours (very fast paced) they were killing 2,000 people a day.

    It was just sheer attrition — just killing and killing and killing various fighters until there was no one left to fight. And because it was not a huge battle, but 5 dead here, and 5 dead there, adding up, it did not excite attention or controversy.

    Of course, that killing machine was and is very, very White. An all black machine could not keep up the tempo or the discipline. A Latino machine is at this point very unlikely to “kneel before Zod” ala Superman. Already the Biden Administration is purging White soldiers out of the military.

    Biden is prepared to announce a six month lockdown. Which will be ignored at the local level and generate a huge black market for things like haircuts and meals and other stuff. At the same time we have 10 million less jobs than before Covid-19 (which will not be coming back) and unlimited immigration and open borders. Very few other than true believers trust the media one bit. Biden can and will obtain compliance with a fed standing over a person. Other than that …

    The FT had a series on “activists” “taking on” the “Big Meat” industry and demanding the peons eat cockroaches and weeds. While big shots eat beef. Yeah that will go down big.

    Meanwhile China is a slam dunk certainty to invade Taiwan. By Airborne troops first, followed likely by fast assault landing craft. With at least two US Carriers sunk and Xou Bai-Den surrendering. With massive inflation sure to follow US defeat and Weimar like food prices. With blacks rampaging into the suburbs and the National Guard dispatched … to make sure no one fights back. Yes Xou Bai-Den has the implicit backing of Stanley McChrystal. Of James Mattis. Of David Petraeus and Colon Bowel. But do those guys command the loyalty of an American military being purged of its White men? Heck the Special Forces NOW are likely being purged of something like 90% of its members.

    This is an appointment by a brain dead operation running on fumes that lacking legitimacy is relying on sheer force and making life miserable for all. I suppose the end game is to invite in Chinese troops to massacre the populace. It really will be Red Dawn.

    • Replies: @BenKenobi
    @Whiskey

    Broad strokes here, but didn’t the US dissolution of the Iraqi army pretty much lead to the formation of ISIS?

    Is that what they’re going for here as well with the purging of White soldiers and officers?

    So far the only thing Harold Covington got wrong in his fiction was that Hillary was president.

    , @Hypnotoad666
    @Whiskey


    if you read Mark Bowden’s “the Finish” about the killing of bin Laden, you can see Obama was entranced with the idea of Special Forces killing people he did not like.
     
    Obama was not alone. Every American President since Truman has been seduced by the prospect of using covert ops to secretly accomplish their objectives with "plausible deniability." Alternatively, trying to clip their wings will get you nothing but retribution and sabotage in return. For everybody but Trump it was a no-brainer to suck up to the intelligence community.

    Replies: @Ghost of Bull Moose, @Liberty Mike

  98. @Reg Cæsar
    @Frank McGar


    Classic agree and amplify tactics at play here.
     
    That's why we should insist on renaming the city of Washington. To something very African. Think of the property values!

    Since the President's eponymous obelisk is too big to move, we can rechristen it the George Floyd Monument, and affix his that man's image. How hard would it be to paint or etch it on to the marble? (Especially if the NPS objects.)

    Anyone here into paintball? It wouldn't be that hard to bring a few rifles and write "BLM" down the sides. Just make sure the paint will last in four years of rain and humidity.

    After all, the marble is primarily from Maryland, which overwhelmingly endorsed Critical Race Theory a few weeks ago:

    https://www.southbmore.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Screen-Shot-2020-11-04-at-11.11.39-AM-2.png

    Replies: @Frank McGar, @Polistra

    Thanks for the graphic. That’s Maryland? Only ~2m voters? I guess so.

    Maryland is one of the top four states with the smallest population of whites. Maryland’s population of blacks is also the 4th highest in the nation, falling only behind Mississippi, Louisiana, and Georgia.

    https://worldpopulationreview.com/states/maryland-population

    Maryland has sky-high crime rates, though they are mostly concentrated in just a few counties, and of course one city.

    • Agree: AceDeuce
  99. @James O'Meara
    @Thomas

    Seriously, I’m getting a strong sense already about the incoming administration of “we didn’t think this through very deeply.”

    The average Democrat voter:

    https://tworunningsisters.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/gob-bluth.jpg

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @mc23, @Dr. Krieger, @Perspective, @El Dato, @Anonymous

    Democrats:

    “Bah. It’s just like getting anally probed by aliens. Let’s enjoy it for the Good of Diversity”.

    Muriel Bowser calls for the National Guard to become Leibstandarte Josef Biden:

    DC mayor calls to TERMINATE National Guardsmen with ‘conflicting views’ before inauguration, requests machine guns for security

  100. @Buffalo Joe
    Dr Levine removed his ederly mother from assisted living before Covid had a chance to play grim reaper. The rest of the old folks stayed. See andrew cuomo's "Nursing Homes and Covid" a PBS Special. Just kidding, nothing special about andrew, but rachel is a different story.

    Replies: @nobodyofnowhere, @Fred Flintstone

    “her” elderly mother. Someone in a press conference referred to Levine as Mr. and he/she/it went ballistic.

    • Replies: @Peter D. Bredon
    @Fred Flintstone

    Of course, it's "Dr. Levine." She didn't go to Evil Medical School to be called "Mr."

  101. @Joe Stalin
    Laura Loomer has been BANNED from owning a firearm!

    EXCLUSIVE: I’ve Been BANNED From Owning A Firearm, A Warning Of What’s To Come For All Conservative Americans
    Laura LoomerLaura Loomer Posted On January 19, 2021

    For years, Big Tech has used me as Patient Zero in their test case in mass de-platforming by eliminating my ability to reach the public because of my political views.

    Being forced to use alternative social media sites, I know I’ve been a little “offline” since I ran for Congress in President Trump’s home district, Florida-21 a few months ago.

    The new bans on President Trump and Conservative voices around the nation over the last two weeks are what I’ve been dealing with and actively fighting against for years.

    My speech on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram have been banned and eliminated.

    My ability to conduct business on PayPal, Venmo, GoFundMe and other financial institutions has been banned.

    Chase Bank once shut down my online banking.

    Comcast blocked my congressional campaign from sending texts and emails to voters while they donated to my opponent.

    Even my ability to travel has all been restricted, as I am permanently banned on Uber and Lyft.

    I can’t even have a sandwich delivered because I’ve been banned on UberEats.

    What I haven’t shared with you is that last year, I found out my 2nd Amendment rights have also been stripped without warning or explanation.

    That’s right, I – a young woman who faces constant death threats – cannot own or possess a firearm for my own personal protection. My 2nd Amendment right has been BANNED.

    While I have NEVER been convicted of a felony, domestic violence, and I’ve never been adjudicated mentally unfit by a judge, my name was placed in the Federal National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) and I have been prohibited from ever owning or even touching a firearm.

    It’s called “Red Flagging”.

    The only people who have the ability to put you in the NICS database is the FBI.

    I learned during my campaign for Congress that despite the fact that I have never been charged or convicted of any crime whatsoever, my name had been placed on a secret Federal “no buy” list maintained by the FBI, which prohibited me from my legal right to buy a firearm.

    My name landed on this secret “no buy” list shortly after I questioned the former FBI director James Comey at his first book signing event about a number of lies in his published memoir. I was acting entirely legally in my role as an investigative journalist and as an attendee of the event.

    I’ve been sitting on this news for months while others helped me investigate and find out why I’ve been Red Flagged.

    I’ve had the deepest background checks run against me . . . and I don’t even have a speeding ticket.

    We’ve concluded the obvious . . . I had my 2nd Amendment Rights stripped due to my political views and activism.

    Given that the FBI is the only organization that can put you in the NICS database, I have reason to believe that I’ve been targeted by the FBI.

    This has been extremely troubling to me because as a young woman and a public figure, I often get death threats, and I have had to call the police numerous times as well as the FBI because I have been targeted by ANTIFA, Islamic terrorists, and members of the radical left have even come to my home and vandalized my car. I have no way to protect myself except for private security, which is costly.

    Just as conservative Americans are being banned from social media, banned from banking, and placed on No-Fly lists across the country right now, the next step is to designate them as “domestic terrorists” and strip them of their gun rights.

    Tomorrow, on January 20th, 2021, with the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, the police state is about to take unfettered power in America. Shockingly I had the first taste of what is to come for all Conservative Americans when I was detained at the Miami airport last week while flying back into the country from a brief post election trip to El Salvador where I was working on my upcoming book, LOOMERED: How I Became The Most Banned Woman In The World.

    I was singled out with no explanation and subjected to a thorough search, I was not allowed to grab my own suitcases from baggage claim, and I was detained for several hours while different federal officials from Department of Homeland Security interrogated me about my Wikipedia page, which states that I am a right-wing extremist and was an official Republican nominee for Congress, endorsed by President Trump. DHS officers also asked me about the events that occurred on January 6th in Washington DC. Needless to say, I was not in the country at the time, and know nothing about the protest at the US capitol.

    That’s why it’s so important to challenge this now, because I’m confident that I can have the Red Flag removed and publish the information and document the process so that others who will soon be targeted by the Democrat Party for their conservative political views can do the same when this happens to them.

    I didn’t want to have to release this information, because it has made me fear for my life.

    I have no other option but to go public about this for the sake of warning every American of what’s to come, and I have no other option but to sue the federal government over this abridgment of my 2nd Amendment rights.

    We are under attack.

    They have taken the 1st Amendment away from us. If they take the 2nd Amendment away from us, we will NEVER regain the 1st.

    https://loomered.com/2021/01/19/exclusive-ive-been-banned-from-owning-a-firearm-a-warning-of-whats-to-come-for-all-conservative-americans/

     

    Replies: @unit472, @El Dato, @Reg Cæsar

    This situation is going places faster than I would have thought.

    Physical removals will be on the menu before COVID is over. Probably under cover of COVID. “Self-isolation Health trucks”? It’s more likely than you think.

  102. This country is a shell of itself. Think of what this nation was like in the 1950s & look at it now! It’s a freaking Twilight Zone show.

    • Agree: Charon
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @northeast


    This country is a shell of itself. Think of what this nation was like in the 1950s & look at it now! It’s a freaking Twilight Zone show.
     
    "Eye of the Beholder", 1959:



    https://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/c_scale,f_auto,fl_progressive,pg_1,q_80,w_800/do9mcpcpiljflfxxm8qh.jpg

    https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-GYDKFPpsXQk/Wuk9utAg_2I/AAAAAAAAMYQ/4KdYYUkwbPEyFMnRavdK08rwILgmwIcuQCLcBGAs/s1600/eyeofthebeholder-2.jpg

    https://media1.fdncms.com/sacurrent/imager/u/original/22272281/the_eye_of_the_beholder-1.jpg

    Replies: @Polistra

  103. … Biden also named to his transition team Shawn Skelly…

    The jokes write themselves.

  104. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    RIP Don Sutton who never missed a start and never went on the DL in a 23 year caeer.

    Replies: @Ron Mexico, @Hhsiii

    I remember my friend’s father took us to an Angels game in June of 86 to see the Indians. Sutton 300 game winner vs. Niekro 300 game winner. I know Sutton faced Seaver that season with both being 300 game winners. All 3 HOFers died in the past 5 months.

  105. @Wilkey
    @Colin Wright

    I’ve never been obsessed about the Jewish issue, and am frankly usually annoyed by those who are.

    But the percentage of this administration that is Jewish...is getting ridiculous. The Democrats keep lecturing us about “diversity” and “equality.” I don’t want to hear another fucking lecture about equality from them for the rest of my life.

    Replies: @HammerJack

    IDK, 2% vs 70%, sounds legit

  106. @Dr. Krieger
    @Polistra

    Rachel Levine is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I’ve ever known in my life.

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @additionalMike, @njguy73, @Charles

    “Would the court clerk read that back?”

    “I’ve known Rachel Levine for years, and she’s a rotten, conniving, dirty rat.”

    “Just making sure you got that right.”

  107. … pursued a successful career as a former special assistant to the undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, and coordinator of the Defense Department Warfighter Senior Integration Group.

    I can’t even make sense of “Warfighter Senior Integration Group”.

    Anyway, once stuff like “Warfighter” starts to get used, it’s a sign that the situation is hopeless or it’s becoming too obvious that you are just a piece of expendable mercenary meat for special interests that will be dropped like a face diaper when it’s time. Maybe both.

    What little girl doesn’t dream of someday coordinating the Defense Department Warfighter Senior Integration Group?

    Is it due to anime?

    • Replies: @Dissident
    @El Dato


    Is it due to anime?
     
    Or anomie?


    anomie or an·o·my [ an-uh-mee ]
    noun Sociology.
    a state or condition of individuals or society characterized by a breakdown or absence of social norms and values, as in the case of uprooted people.
     
    https://imgur.com/Wefd08z
  108. Ernest P. Worrell as Auntie Nelda in Ernest Saves Christmas 1988

    Ernest Goes To Jail

  109. I haven’t spent much time ruminating on this, but I’ll ask:

    What’s the danger of some ugly guy wearing his hair long, donning women’s clothing and calling himself a woman?

    It’s goofy. On a personal level, I’d never deal with such a person.

    But, is it dangerous?

    • Replies: @photondancer
    @Shouting Thomas

    It's dangerous when they start demanding access to women, as they have been doing. Even more dangerous when they demand they be accepted as women even if they haven't had surgery and aren't on hormones, so they are basically transvestites. That opens the way for men to declare "I'm a woman" and march straight into women's sport, toilets, change rooms and even jail cells and other areas where they once would have been chucked straight out again. Look up Karen White and Janiah Monroe, rapists who declared themselves women so they could be sent to a woman's prison and have access to all the victims their twisted souls desired. Victims who had no chance whatever to escape.

    , @anon
    @Shouting Thomas

    On a personal level, I’d never deal with such a person.

    Would you let your 7 year old daughter deal with such a person in a locker room all by herself?

    , @Herzog
    @Shouting Thomas

    C'mon, you can do better than that. Really, you must try and hone you obtuseness-feigning skills.

    , @Pericles
    @Shouting Thomas

    Were you just thawed out from some 1970s cryo-capsule?

    , @Mr. Anon
    @Shouting Thomas


    But, is it dangerous?
     
    Yes. What if you are required to validate this deranged man's delusion that he is something he isn't? That you have to take part in his mental illness, and if you don't, then you are the person with the problem and you could lose your job. This is already happening.

    Is it dangerous to permit society to demand that you agree to the assertion that 2 + 2 = 5?
    , @El Dato
    @Shouting Thomas

    Somebody like that should probably not be near a post of responsibility.

    Also:

    Liberals 2020: TRUMP IS NOT PRESIDENTAL MATERIAL AND MISMANAGES COVID

    Liberals 2021: LET'S HAVE A TRANS PERSON WHO MISMANAGED COVID AS ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF HEALTH

    Yep.

    While this was going on:

    Yellen promises more economic warfare on "adversaries", more taxes and extreme money printing.

    Biden’s Treasury pick Yellen urged to use sanctions MORE AGGRESSIVELY than Trump administration

    In a Senate Finance Committee hearing on Tuesday, Yellen spoke in favor of ?joe (sic) Biden’s proposed “fair and progressive tax code,” which Republicans have warned would raise the tax burden on the US’ already squeezed middle class. She also spoke of the need to “go big” with economic stimulus and unemployment benefits.
     

    As Lenin apparently said, economic euthanisa is sweet. Sleep tight, don't let the regrets bite.

    However, Yellen was also urged to “go big” in exercising the Treasury Department’s power to sanction the US’ foreign adversaries. “The Trump administration failed to be as aggressive on sanctions,” Washington Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) claimed, before telling Yellen, “I want to be sure you use that as an economic tool."
     
    I must have come in from another universe. But I can only support policies that make the Real World decouple economically from the US (as opposed to "The World" aka. "UK, EU, Canaduh & Ausfailia" that so often "watches" and "looks up to America" in politicial speeches).

    Yellen did, however, say that her department will be taking aim at Beijing. Speaking to Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR), Yellen said she was prepared to use a “full array” of tools to combat what she called China’s “illegal, unfair, and abusive” economic policies.
     
    Stocks go up:

    Dow snaps 3-day slide, stocks kick off week with gains as Yellen calls for more fiscal aid


    Yellen is Biden’s nominee to replace Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, and during Tuesday’s confirmation hearing she said more fiscal aid was needed to avoid a protracted economic recession as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    “Economists don’t always agree, but I think there is a consensus now: Without further action, we risk a longer, more painful recession now — and long-term scarring of the economy later,” Yellen wrote in prepared testimony. Yellen also warned that deficits would need to enter a sustainable path, at some point.

    “But right now, with interest rates at historic lows, the smartest thing we can do is act big,” she said.
     

    There is not enough methadone in the world to get over the Czarist Russia tier comedown when it inevitably happens.
    , @Steve Sailer
    @Shouting Thomas

    It's like putting a crazy man who thinks he's Napoleon the Undersecretary of Defense.

  110. @MEH 0910
    https://www.barnhardt.biz/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/RichardLevine.jpg

    Replies: @Dr. X, @Elli, @AceDeuce, @Kolya Krassotkin, @James O'Meara, @Jack D, @Forbes

    Looks slightly more effeminate in (his/hers/theirs/its/the) “before” picture.

    I thought that I heard (believe me I didn’t do research on this person) that, like Bruce Jenner, ol’ gurl here hasn’t gotten his schlong lopped off. Not sure if that makes his LARP better or worse.

  111. anonymous[400] • Disclaimer says:

    Biden putting his mistress on the government payroll is really rubbing it in. Would you take your child to this “pediatrician”? Lotta deviancy here; one prefers not to think too much on that. This queen of health doesn’t look very healthy and you sure don’t want to see this thing at the beach in a bathing suit.

  112. Not my proudest fap

    • Thanks: Mike Tre
    • LOL: Sollipsist
  113. Anon[240] • Disclaimer says:

    The US ranks number 27 among nations in medical competence. This appointment exemplifies the low ranking. Japan was number one. I read Japanese newspapers (in English),for the obvious reasons. Recently the head of the national karaoke association lamented the demise of this popular pastime, because of Covid. I feel bad for them, but it must be nice to live somewhere where the imperiled institution is karaoke. Medical rankings link:

    https://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Health/Quality-of-health-care-system/Skill-and-competence-of-medical-staff

  114. @Alden
    I’ve noted that every president that gave Jews everything, Johnson, Nixon and now Trump were treated horribly by Jews. Johnson prevented from running again, Nixon impeached Trump impeached and his re-election probably stolen.

    So maybe Biden and Harris will get the same treatment. Personally I don’t care. Every president since Eisenhower ; my entire life time has been activitely positively and affirmatively anti White.

    Replies: @ziggurat, @Peter D. Bredon, @Goob, @Lot

    I don’t think Trump was anti-white. He was vocally supportive of blacks and jews, but not vocally anti-white. Also, his policies were nominally supportive of whites.

    If Trump was anti-white, then what will Harris/Biden be?

    Regarding “America first”, Trump’s policy was more like “America tied with Israel for 1st place”.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @ziggurat

    I never watched Trump’s TV show or read about him in National inquirer. But since my only 2 issues are affirmative action and black crime, I remember a few years before he ran for president stating “ I love affirmative action” his exact words. Then He went on about how he thought affirmative action is wonderful.

    Affirmative action is anti White
    Trump “ loves affirmative action “

    Therefore Trump is anti White.

    I enjoyed the enemies of Whites angst and misery about Trump’s election. But anyone who loves affirmative action is anti White.

  115. @Whiskey
    @Hypnotoad666

    Agreed and if you read Mark Bowden's "the Finish" about the killing of bin Laden, you can see Obama was entranced with the idea of Special Forces killing people he did not like. If you read between the lines and do the math of what Bowden says, 200 total Special Forces Teams with half on, half off, every 3 months, with likely an average of five people killed in each raid and each team doing 4 raids every 24 hours (very fast paced) they were killing 2,000 people a day.

    It was just sheer attrition -- just killing and killing and killing various fighters until there was no one left to fight. And because it was not a huge battle, but 5 dead here, and 5 dead there, adding up, it did not excite attention or controversy.

    Of course, that killing machine was and is very, very White. An all black machine could not keep up the tempo or the discipline. A Latino machine is at this point very unlikely to "kneel before Zod" ala Superman. Already the Biden Administration is purging White soldiers out of the military.

    Biden is prepared to announce a six month lockdown. Which will be ignored at the local level and generate a huge black market for things like haircuts and meals and other stuff. At the same time we have 10 million less jobs than before Covid-19 (which will not be coming back) and unlimited immigration and open borders. Very few other than true believers trust the media one bit. Biden can and will obtain compliance with a fed standing over a person. Other than that ...

    The FT had a series on "activists" "taking on" the "Big Meat" industry and demanding the peons eat cockroaches and weeds. While big shots eat beef. Yeah that will go down big.

    Meanwhile China is a slam dunk certainty to invade Taiwan. By Airborne troops first, followed likely by fast assault landing craft. With at least two US Carriers sunk and Xou Bai-Den surrendering. With massive inflation sure to follow US defeat and Weimar like food prices. With blacks rampaging into the suburbs and the National Guard dispatched ... to make sure no one fights back. Yes Xou Bai-Den has the implicit backing of Stanley McChrystal. Of James Mattis. Of David Petraeus and Colon Bowel. But do those guys command the loyalty of an American military being purged of its White men? Heck the Special Forces NOW are likely being purged of something like 90% of its members.

    This is an appointment by a brain dead operation running on fumes that lacking legitimacy is relying on sheer force and making life miserable for all. I suppose the end game is to invite in Chinese troops to massacre the populace. It really will be Red Dawn.

    Replies: @BenKenobi, @Hypnotoad666

    Broad strokes here, but didn’t the US dissolution of the Iraqi army pretty much lead to the formation of ISIS?

    Is that what they’re going for here as well with the purging of White soldiers and officers?

    So far the only thing Harold Covington got wrong in his fiction was that Hillary was president.

  116. @onetwothree
    I mean, at this point the worse the freakshow gets the more likely it will be seen as a freakshow, right?

    Replies: @415 reasons, @Polistra, @Cato, @Polynikes, @ziggurat, @Forbes, @europeasant

    If Joe Biden gets a sex change, then maybe people will see it as a freak show.

    By the way, that would make him the first female President. Would the Left cheer? My guess is that they would not be happy, but they couldn’t complain. So, they would just make it seem like it’s no big deal.

    When will we reach peak freak? And what will that look like? Questions that make you shudder.

  117. @JohnnyD
    It would be pretty funny if Biden says "hey Dick, come over here" during a press conference.

    Replies: @Jiminy

    Maybe it would be funnier if he said “ hey Dickless.”

    • Replies: @Pericles
    @Jiminy

    Suggests a twitter koan, like 'dick no dick'. Or the older style, 'dickless dick'.

  118. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    RIP Don Sutton who never missed a start and never went on the DL in a 23 year caeer.

    Replies: @Ron Mexico, @Hhsiii

    Quite the staff died this last 365: Seaver, Gibson, Ford, Niekro, Sutton

  119. @Polistra

    The man said he was going for a Marilyn Monroe look, but organizers of the carnival fundraiser in Bloomsburg, Pa., said he resembled Levine.
     
    You can understand the confusion, right? Dead ringers, the two of them.

    “The COVID-19 pandemic has brought hate and transphobia into the spotlight through relentless comments and slurs"
     
    Hey! We're just trying to raise awareness! (BTW, does anyone else notice that even the WP & NYT spend a lot of editorial space lately to exposing the nefarious deeds of internet trolls? TD, phone home!

    "Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine, who is a highly skilled, valued, and capable member of my administration and Transgender,”

    When they say things like "highly skilled, valued, and capable" you know it means they don't really believe it. Also, it's a member of Transgender? How does that work?

    Replies: @Dr. Krieger, @Inquiring Mind, @Lurker, @JerseyJeffersonian, @duncsbaby

    The man said he was going for a Marilyn Monroe look, but organizers of the carnival fundraiser in Bloomsburg, Pa., said he resembled Levine.

    In this case the Monroe doctoring.

  120. Anonymous[110] • Disclaimer says:

    Steve Sailer:

    “Ms. Shelly always knew she was a girl on the inside. That’s why she pursued a successful career as a former special assistant to the undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, and coordinator of the Defense Department Warfighter Senior Integration Group. What little girl doesn’t dream of someday coordinating the Defense Department Warfighter Senior Integration Group?”

    Steve Sailer, not all transexuals are like that because they identify with femininity emotionally. They want to be seen as beautiful, but beauty is something only valued in women. So they dress as women because they are not allowed to be beautiful as men. And there is nothing wrong with this. Remember: we don’t choose our gender or almost anything else. This is emancipation from social constraints, which serve no other purpose other than making us miserable for “the social good”(whatever that is).

    “We talk about social contagion … But, who knows, maybe there is an actual transmissible germ that drives you nuts when you look in the mirror, and it just manifests itself in different delusions?”

    Or maybe there is an actual transmissable germ that makes one prejudiced like you? Maybe irrational prejudices such as the ones you hold are the result of a virus that takes over the brain and fills you with intense feelings of aversion for things that are unusual and unfamiliar to you? Who knows.

    Have you ever considered that the real problem are not transexuals, or gays, but your psychology, which makes you care so much about what other people do with their lives?

    The latest craze among conservatives on the more weird nerdy side of conservativsm is the obsession with every one of their prejudices being explained by infections. Homosexuality? A germ,. Tranexualism? Germ. The entire 1960’s and the social changes it brought? A massive pandemic of a germ that makes people want social justice and fairness. Yep. Libralism is mental illness caused by infections.

    100% sheer idiocy.

    • Replies: @photondancer
    @Anonymous

    Stupid argument. The way to be emancipated from 'social constraints' is to stop adhering to them. When women decided they were sick of cumbrous floor length skirts they didn't declare themselves men, they just started wearing trousers.

    , @Dissident
    @Anonymous


    Have you ever considered that the real problem are not transexuals, or gays, but your psychology, which makes you care so much about what other people do with their lives?
     
    Have you seen Mr. Sailer express much, if any, objection or inordinate concern with such matters as the private sexual behavior of consenting adults, or with adults who choose to masquerade as and/or suffer from delusions of being the opposite sex?

    Do you not see a profound, critical difference between personal choices and behaviors, per se, and flagrantly flaunting them and demanding that they not merely be tolerated, not merely accepted, but enthusiastically celebrated, promoted and held-up to children as exemplary and ideal?

    Do you see no risk, no probability, that highly impressionable, confused children may suffer severe, often irreversible harm as a result of the influence of radical activists not give you any pause? That there is a high probability that individuals who began to "transition" as children or adolescents may come to bitterly regret such a course of action after maturing? That most of them would have come to terms with the objective reality of their sex, had they simply been allowed and encouraged to have done so? ( See
    https://acpeds.org/position-statements/gender-dysphoria-in-children )

    Are you aware that of the many people for whom the latest Woke orthodoxy on "trans" with regard to children and adolescents goes too far, a not-inconsiderable number are highly sympathetic, and even fully supportive of the rest of the "LGBTQ{xyz}" dogma? (See, for example, 4thWaveNow, "A community of people who question the medicalization of gender-atypical youth".)

    This is emancipation from social constraints, which serve no other purpose other than making us miserable for “the social good” (whatever that is).
     
    Social constraints, including stigmas, serve a purpose that is most necessary and positive: they deter and quarantine behaviors that are harmful to individuals and to society.

    Maybe irrational prejudices such as the ones you hold are the result of a virus that takes over the brain and fills you with intense feelings of aversion for things that are unusual and unfamiliar to you?
     
    A man freakishly masquerading as a grotesque caricature of a woman, insisting that he is a woman, and demanding that everyone else indulge his delusion? Such a spectacle is unusual, unfamiliar and at least off-putting, if not utterly repulsive to the vast, overwhelming majority of the population? Is that truly your contention?

    The latest craze among conservatives on the more weird nerdy side of conservativsm is the obsession with every one of their prejudices being explained by infections. Homosexuality? A germ,. Tranexualism? Germ. The entire 1960’s and the social changes it brought? A massive pandemic of a germ that makes people want social justice and fairness.
     
    Human psychology is immensely complex. To suggest that any area of it as complex as sexuality and sexual identity can be reduced to any single, solely biological cause is patent folly; another instance of magic key thinking. Such absolutism is merely the inverse of blank-slate absolutism.
  121. @Joe Stalin
    Laura Loomer has been BANNED from owning a firearm!

    EXCLUSIVE: I’ve Been BANNED From Owning A Firearm, A Warning Of What’s To Come For All Conservative Americans
    Laura LoomerLaura Loomer Posted On January 19, 2021

    For years, Big Tech has used me as Patient Zero in their test case in mass de-platforming by eliminating my ability to reach the public because of my political views.

    Being forced to use alternative social media sites, I know I’ve been a little “offline” since I ran for Congress in President Trump’s home district, Florida-21 a few months ago.

    The new bans on President Trump and Conservative voices around the nation over the last two weeks are what I’ve been dealing with and actively fighting against for years.

    My speech on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram have been banned and eliminated.

    My ability to conduct business on PayPal, Venmo, GoFundMe and other financial institutions has been banned.

    Chase Bank once shut down my online banking.

    Comcast blocked my congressional campaign from sending texts and emails to voters while they donated to my opponent.

    Even my ability to travel has all been restricted, as I am permanently banned on Uber and Lyft.

    I can’t even have a sandwich delivered because I’ve been banned on UberEats.

    What I haven’t shared with you is that last year, I found out my 2nd Amendment rights have also been stripped without warning or explanation.

    That’s right, I – a young woman who faces constant death threats – cannot own or possess a firearm for my own personal protection. My 2nd Amendment right has been BANNED.

    While I have NEVER been convicted of a felony, domestic violence, and I’ve never been adjudicated mentally unfit by a judge, my name was placed in the Federal National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) and I have been prohibited from ever owning or even touching a firearm.

    It’s called “Red Flagging”.

    The only people who have the ability to put you in the NICS database is the FBI.

    I learned during my campaign for Congress that despite the fact that I have never been charged or convicted of any crime whatsoever, my name had been placed on a secret Federal “no buy” list maintained by the FBI, which prohibited me from my legal right to buy a firearm.

    My name landed on this secret “no buy” list shortly after I questioned the former FBI director James Comey at his first book signing event about a number of lies in his published memoir. I was acting entirely legally in my role as an investigative journalist and as an attendee of the event.

    I’ve been sitting on this news for months while others helped me investigate and find out why I’ve been Red Flagged.

    I’ve had the deepest background checks run against me . . . and I don’t even have a speeding ticket.

    We’ve concluded the obvious . . . I had my 2nd Amendment Rights stripped due to my political views and activism.

    Given that the FBI is the only organization that can put you in the NICS database, I have reason to believe that I’ve been targeted by the FBI.

    This has been extremely troubling to me because as a young woman and a public figure, I often get death threats, and I have had to call the police numerous times as well as the FBI because I have been targeted by ANTIFA, Islamic terrorists, and members of the radical left have even come to my home and vandalized my car. I have no way to protect myself except for private security, which is costly.

    Just as conservative Americans are being banned from social media, banned from banking, and placed on No-Fly lists across the country right now, the next step is to designate them as “domestic terrorists” and strip them of their gun rights.

    Tomorrow, on January 20th, 2021, with the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, the police state is about to take unfettered power in America. Shockingly I had the first taste of what is to come for all Conservative Americans when I was detained at the Miami airport last week while flying back into the country from a brief post election trip to El Salvador where I was working on my upcoming book, LOOMERED: How I Became The Most Banned Woman In The World.

    I was singled out with no explanation and subjected to a thorough search, I was not allowed to grab my own suitcases from baggage claim, and I was detained for several hours while different federal officials from Department of Homeland Security interrogated me about my Wikipedia page, which states that I am a right-wing extremist and was an official Republican nominee for Congress, endorsed by President Trump. DHS officers also asked me about the events that occurred on January 6th in Washington DC. Needless to say, I was not in the country at the time, and know nothing about the protest at the US capitol.

    That’s why it’s so important to challenge this now, because I’m confident that I can have the Red Flag removed and publish the information and document the process so that others who will soon be targeted by the Democrat Party for their conservative political views can do the same when this happens to them.

    I didn’t want to have to release this information, because it has made me fear for my life.

    I have no other option but to go public about this for the sake of warning every American of what’s to come, and I have no other option but to sue the federal government over this abridgment of my 2nd Amendment rights.

    We are under attack.

    They have taken the 1st Amendment away from us. If they take the 2nd Amendment away from us, we will NEVER regain the 1st.

    https://loomered.com/2021/01/19/exclusive-ive-been-banned-from-owning-a-firearm-a-warning-of-whats-to-come-for-all-conservative-americans/

     

    Replies: @unit472, @El Dato, @Reg Cæsar

    Russia has more respect for the right to keep and arm bears.

  122. @additionalMike
    @Hypnotoad666

    Greenwald sold us out, that fecker...by aiding and abetting Snowdon's treason, thus weakening the U.S. v. the Chinese and Russia.

    He is reaping what he sowed.

    Replies: @R.G. Camara, @Hypnotoad666, @Polynikes, @Morris Applebaum IV, @JerseyJeffersonian

    *snort*

    Revealing illegal spying by the government is not treason.

    Edward Snowden is a hero.

    • Agree: Mr. Anon, 22pp22
  123. @northeast
    This country is a shell of itself. Think of what this nation was like in the 1950s & look at it now! It's a freaking Twilight Zone show.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    This country is a shell of itself. Think of what this nation was like in the 1950s & look at it now! It’s a freaking Twilight Zone show.

    “Eye of the Beholder”, 1959:

    • Thanks: JohnnyWalker123
    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Reg Cæsar

    Ha! The blonde is like, "No! I asked for Walter!"

    https://i.ibb.co/bXyX28T/twilight.jpg

    In microcosm, the Hijacking of America.

    https://cdn.quotesgram.com/img/54/88/1487608309-getting-what-you-want-life-quotes-sayings-pictures.jpg



    And did you know, it wasn't Mick & Keith, it was Justin Bieber!

    https://quotefancy.com/media/wallpaper/3840x2160/2460696-Justin-Bieber-Quote-You-can-t-always-get-what-you-want-But-if-you.jpg

  124. @Altai
    Institutions are welcoming their new overlords. I think they keep screaming 'coup' about the pitch invasion of the Capitol buildings (Such things have happened in lots of countries parliaments and in the past in the US and no unarmed female protestors were ever headshotted) because they've been engaged in a coup for 4 years.

    https://twitter.com/WokeCapital/status/1351636564925964291

    The American National Farmers Union tweeting about how farmers aren't actually more white, male and conservative than average is like a postmodern Bayeux Tapestry.

    And, of course, the first results for the ranch mentioned are Pink News and Vice.

    Meet the trans folk who built the Tenacious Unicorn Ranch, a community of armed, anti-fascist alpaca farmers
    https://www.pinknews.co.uk/2021/01/17/tenacious-unicorn-ranch-trans-anti-fascism-alpaca-farm-penny-logue/


    The Alpaca Ranch That’s Creating a Rural Utopia for Trans People

    https://www.vice.com/en/article/dyzyzx/the-alpaca-ranch-thats-creating-a-rural-utopia-for-trans-people

    Hilariously the Pink News headline is more Vice than the Vice headline. I suppose the constant mocking got to them.

    Replies: @Lurker

    Meet the trans folk who built the Tenacious Unicorn Ranch, a community of armed, anti-fascist alpaca farmers

    It’s a shame they didn’t use their full title: Tenacious Unicorn Ranch Democrat Supporters.

  125. @Shouting Thomas
    I haven’t spent much time ruminating on this, but I’ll ask:

    What’s the danger of some ugly guy wearing his hair long, donning women’s clothing and calling himself a woman?

    It’s goofy. On a personal level, I’d never deal with such a person.

    But, is it dangerous?

    Replies: @photondancer, @anon, @Herzog, @Pericles, @Mr. Anon, @El Dato, @Steve Sailer

    It’s dangerous when they start demanding access to women, as they have been doing. Even more dangerous when they demand they be accepted as women even if they haven’t had surgery and aren’t on hormones, so they are basically transvestites. That opens the way for men to declare “I’m a woman” and march straight into women’s sport, toilets, change rooms and even jail cells and other areas where they once would have been chucked straight out again. Look up Karen White and Janiah Monroe, rapists who declared themselves women so they could be sent to a woman’s prison and have access to all the victims their twisted souls desired. Victims who had no chance whatever to escape.

  126. That is one ugly ‘woman’.

  127. @Shouting Thomas
    I haven’t spent much time ruminating on this, but I’ll ask:

    What’s the danger of some ugly guy wearing his hair long, donning women’s clothing and calling himself a woman?

    It’s goofy. On a personal level, I’d never deal with such a person.

    But, is it dangerous?

    Replies: @photondancer, @anon, @Herzog, @Pericles, @Mr. Anon, @El Dato, @Steve Sailer

    On a personal level, I’d never deal with such a person.

    Would you let your 7 year old daughter deal with such a person in a locker room all by herself?

  128. Used to be people ditched their spouses when the kids grew up. But with divorce growing more common that wasn’t shocking enough so they began coming as homosexuals. Evidently that too has become passe, so they now come out as transgender. What will be next?

  129. @Reg Cæsar
    @northeast


    This country is a shell of itself. Think of what this nation was like in the 1950s & look at it now! It’s a freaking Twilight Zone show.
     
    "Eye of the Beholder", 1959:



    https://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/c_scale,f_auto,fl_progressive,pg_1,q_80,w_800/do9mcpcpiljflfxxm8qh.jpg

    https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-GYDKFPpsXQk/Wuk9utAg_2I/AAAAAAAAMYQ/4KdYYUkwbPEyFMnRavdK08rwILgmwIcuQCLcBGAs/s1600/eyeofthebeholder-2.jpg

    https://media1.fdncms.com/sacurrent/imager/u/original/22272281/the_eye_of_the_beholder-1.jpg

    Replies: @Polistra

    Ha! The blonde is like, “No! I asked for Walter!”

    In microcosm, the Hijacking of America.

    [MORE]

    And did you know, it wasn’t Mick & Keith, it was Justin Bieber!

  130. Penn State Hershey Eating Disorders Program

    That’s very specific. Does Penn State operate separate programs devoted to disorders related to Twinkie eating, Three Musketeers eating, Gummy Bear eating, etc?

  131. @Mr. Anon
    @Wade Hampton


    Is it possible for the Party of the Fringes to be too far out on the fringe? As a mostly normal person, I would have thought so, but I guess President Magoo thinks not and is willing to test that theory.
     
    President Magoo. That's pretty good. Myself, I think of Biden as President Frank Drebin:

    https://instituteforlegalreform.com/wp-content/uploads/media/NG.jpg

    Replies: @JimB, @Anonymous, @Wade Hampton

    Is that Minneapolis in the background?

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @JimB


    Is that Minneapolis in the background?
     
    Last year, it could be Anytown USA.
  132. Look at the bright side: Dr Rachel Levine, Pediatrician, won’t come near your kids now.

  133. @Anonymous
    @Altai

    Ms. Skelly explains in that video that she's a "retired Navy Commander" who "got into nat-sec as a teenager through a love of flying, joined the Navy, became a Naval flight officer, and served over 20 years on active duty."

    Replies: @Pericles

    she’s a “retired Navy Commander” who “got into nat-sec as a teenager through a love of flying, joined the Navy, became a Naval flight officer, and served over 20 years on active duty.”

    “… always, always feeling totally girly on the inside.”

  134. Our elites want to accept “transgender” misfits and weirdos at face value, but they still draw the line at people who suffer from Cotard delusion. Doesn’t this discriminate against the people who claim that they have already died and have become zombies or ghosts or something?

  135. @Shouting Thomas
    I haven’t spent much time ruminating on this, but I’ll ask:

    What’s the danger of some ugly guy wearing his hair long, donning women’s clothing and calling himself a woman?

    It’s goofy. On a personal level, I’d never deal with such a person.

    But, is it dangerous?

    Replies: @photondancer, @anon, @Herzog, @Pericles, @Mr. Anon, @El Dato, @Steve Sailer

    C’mon, you can do better than that. Really, you must try and hone you obtuseness-feigning skills.

  136. @MIke_from_SGV
    Here comes New America, good and hard. If Trump had dropped the WWF style, and acted more serious (e.g. advocating masks) when the pandemic hit a year ago, he'd be getting re-installed tomorrow. Even if someone thinks masks don't work and the whole thing is overblown, the fact is that most people think the opposite, and a successful politician needs to read the mood of the country. Now we have 4+ years of woke totalitarianism.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Pericles, @GSR, @Paul Mendez

    If Trump had dropped the WWF style, and acted more serious (e.g. advocating masks) when the pandemic hit a year ago, he’d be getting re-installed tomorrow. Even if someone thinks masks don’t work and the whole thing is overblown, the fact is that most people think the opposite, and a successful politician needs to read the mood of the country. Now we have 4+ years of woke totalitarianism.

    Well, strictly speaking, it’s the fault of the gullible mask morons, isn’t it?

    (For the sake of argument, I’ll pretend the election wasn’t blatantly stolen.)

    • Agree: Ron Mexico
    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
    @Pericles

    "it’s the fault of the gullible mask morons, isn’t it?"

    Indeed. The entire Democrat strategy was to increase the gullible moron vote.

  137. @Bragadocious
    @Altai

    I always posited that most of the Deep State hatred for Putin is a gay psy-op. Imagine ww3 starting because Vlad won't bless a gay pride parade in Moscow. Some might scoff at this scenario but I bet the gay mafia in the State Dept. would be fine with it. You won't respect my sexuality means people will die. Not far-fetched at all.

    As for the trans crowd, they're even angrier. I certainly don't think they should be near missiles and war maps.

    Replies: @neutral

    Do you think they deep state would ever dare to do such things to an African country? The hatred is ultimately for white people, nothing else.

    • Replies: @Bragadocious
    @neutral

    White people have agency. No one else does.

    But it's more than that because their psy-op wouldn't work on, say, Iceland. Russia is perfect because it's big, powerful and allows them to spread fear and boost their department's budgets.

    , @Dissident
    @neutral


    Do you think they deep state would ever dare to do such things to an African country?

     

    https://twitter.com/DonaldJTrumpJr/status/1154525457909338112

    Tomorrow morning at 8:30 am NY time, my friend Ambassdor @richardgrenell will lead a panel discussion in Berlin on decriminalizing homosexuality in the 70+ countries that shamefully outlaw it. @usbotschaft will live tweet the discussion. Amazing work Ric!
     
  138. @Shouting Thomas
    I haven’t spent much time ruminating on this, but I’ll ask:

    What’s the danger of some ugly guy wearing his hair long, donning women’s clothing and calling himself a woman?

    It’s goofy. On a personal level, I’d never deal with such a person.

    But, is it dangerous?

    Replies: @photondancer, @anon, @Herzog, @Pericles, @Mr. Anon, @El Dato, @Steve Sailer

    Were you just thawed out from some 1970s cryo-capsule?

    • LOL: Mike Tre
  139. @Elli
    @MEH 0910

    I think a parenthesis shaped smile in men, with the upper lip curved as well as the lower, associates with homosexuality. Of course many of the midlife MtoF trans still prefer to go to bed with women.

    Another example of masculine interest trans: Lynette Nussbacher, military historian, formerly Aryeh Judah Schoen Nussbacher.

    Anorexics look in the mirror and see fat and ugly.

    Do middle-aged, coarse-featured MtoF look in the mirror and see beauty? Is that some really weird form of successful white male privilege, where mental illness and distortion become self-congratulatory, rather than self-accusatory?

    Replies: @HammerJack, @additionalMike, @Redneck farmer, @Dissident

    Personally, I suspect they play Lady Gaga’s “Beautiful” a bit too much.

  140. @MEH 0910
    https://www.barnhardt.biz/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/RichardLevine.jpg

    Replies: @Dr. X, @Elli, @AceDeuce, @Kolya Krassotkin, @James O'Meara, @Jack D, @Forbes

    When Levine became tired of being a homely man, he decided the best solution was becoming a homely woman?

    File this story under “You just can’t make this *hit up.”

  141. @MEH 0910
    https://www.barnhardt.biz/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/RichardLevine.jpg

    Replies: @Dr. X, @Elli, @AceDeuce, @Kolya Krassotkin, @James O'Meara, @Jack D, @Forbes

    Shouldn’t this be in Steve’s Bad 70s Hair thread?

  142. @unit472
    @Joe Stalin

    Hmmm, I was thinking of using my stimmy check to buy a handgun. Hope I don't find that people who read the UNZ review etc have been added to Chris Wray's no gun list.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer

    YOU HAVEN’T ALREADY?!?!?!

  143. @R.G. Camara
    I wonder---when he commits suicide while in office, will they publicly rule it a suicide?

    After all, calling it a suicide would make him a victim, draw attention to the plight of the suicidal, and allow them to pass legislation outlawing making fun of trannies (approved by Roberts' supreme court 3 years later as totally not violating the 1st Amendment because reasons).

    But then again, publicly declaring it a suicide would add to the terrible and not-true-at-all stereotype of trannies being mentally unstable folk of whom 38% commit suicide. Lots of people might get wrongthink about it.

    Perhaps instead they will cover it up as a hate attack murder by three MAGA-hat wearing high school kids at 3am on the streets of Chicago in January. Or perhaps in the middle of a park in DC shortly after a Wikileaks dump.

    Maybe they can call it a COVID death?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Kolya Krassotkin, @That Would Be Telling

    More importantly, when he commits suicide in office, will they give him a state funeral? Will they dress him in his prettiest frock?

  144. @Mr. Anon
    @Wade Hampton


    Is it possible for the Party of the Fringes to be too far out on the fringe? As a mostly normal person, I would have thought so, but I guess President Magoo thinks not and is willing to test that theory.
     
    President Magoo. That's pretty good. Myself, I think of Biden as President Frank Drebin:

    https://instituteforlegalreform.com/wp-content/uploads/media/NG.jpg

    Replies: @JimB, @Anonymous, @Wade Hampton

    Close, Biden is President Baxter Harris. Try to find a clip you can link to in Unz. TPTB are shadow banning such horseplay.

    It’s not book burning when we do it!

  145. @JimB
    @Mr. Anon

    Is that Minneapolis in the background?

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    Is that Minneapolis in the background?

    Last year, it could be Anytown USA.

  146. @Anonymous
    Steve Sailer:

    "Ms. Shelly always knew she was a girl on the inside. That’s why she pursued a successful career as a former special assistant to the undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, and coordinator of the Defense Department Warfighter Senior Integration Group. What little girl doesn’t dream of someday coordinating the Defense Department Warfighter Senior Integration Group?"

    Steve Sailer, not all transexuals are like that because they identify with femininity emotionally. They want to be seen as beautiful, but beauty is something only valued in women. So they dress as women because they are not allowed to be beautiful as men. And there is nothing wrong with this. Remember: we don't choose our gender or almost anything else. This is emancipation from social constraints, which serve no other purpose other than making us miserable for "the social good"(whatever that is).

    "We talk about social contagion … But, who knows, maybe there is an actual transmissible germ that drives you nuts when you look in the mirror, and it just manifests itself in different delusions?"

    Or maybe there is an actual transmissable germ that makes one prejudiced like you? Maybe irrational prejudices such as the ones you hold are the result of a virus that takes over the brain and fills you with intense feelings of aversion for things that are unusual and unfamiliar to you? Who knows.

    Have you ever considered that the real problem are not transexuals, or gays, but your psychology, which makes you care so much about what other people do with their lives?

    The latest craze among conservatives on the more weird nerdy side of conservativsm is the obsession with every one of their prejudices being explained by infections. Homosexuality? A germ,. Tranexualism? Germ. The entire 1960's and the social changes it brought? A massive pandemic of a germ that makes people want social justice and fairness. Yep. Libralism is mental illness caused by infections.

    100% sheer idiocy.

    Replies: @photondancer, @Dissident

    Stupid argument. The way to be emancipated from ‘social constraints’ is to stop adhering to them. When women decided they were sick of cumbrous floor length skirts they didn’t declare themselves men, they just started wearing trousers.

  147. @Shouting Thomas
    I haven’t spent much time ruminating on this, but I’ll ask:

    What’s the danger of some ugly guy wearing his hair long, donning women’s clothing and calling himself a woman?

    It’s goofy. On a personal level, I’d never deal with such a person.

    But, is it dangerous?

    Replies: @photondancer, @anon, @Herzog, @Pericles, @Mr. Anon, @El Dato, @Steve Sailer

    But, is it dangerous?

    Yes. What if you are required to validate this deranged man’s delusion that he is something he isn’t? That you have to take part in his mental illness, and if you don’t, then you are the person with the problem and you could lose your job. This is already happening.

    Is it dangerous to permit society to demand that you agree to the assertion that 2 + 2 = 5?

    • Agree: Ben tillman
  148. @Altai
    Skelly has a professional pressure group, 'Out in National Security'. There is a YouTube channel with currently 1 subscriber.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIbE27jBZ5s

    Maybe if they brought their supposed greater empathy and compassion based on feeling marginalised to the Pentagon and CIA there'd be a lot less murder and mayhem but I get the feeling that somehow they'll just try to spin the existing policies of murder and mayhem as being on the 'Right Side of History'.

    World War G/T might not be a meme forever.

    Replies: @Frank McGar, @Anonymous, @Bragadocious, @James O'Meara, @James Forrestal

  149. @anon215
    Such a "handsome" woman!

    Replies: @James O'Meara

    Dr. Epstein wishes she were a “handsome woman.”

  150. @Shouting Thomas
    I haven’t spent much time ruminating on this, but I’ll ask:

    What’s the danger of some ugly guy wearing his hair long, donning women’s clothing and calling himself a woman?

    It’s goofy. On a personal level, I’d never deal with such a person.

    But, is it dangerous?

    Replies: @photondancer, @anon, @Herzog, @Pericles, @Mr. Anon, @El Dato, @Steve Sailer

    Somebody like that should probably not be near a post of responsibility.

    Also:

    Liberals 2020: TRUMP IS NOT PRESIDENTAL MATERIAL AND MISMANAGES COVID

    Liberals 2021: LET’S HAVE A TRANS PERSON WHO MISMANAGED COVID AS ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF HEALTH

    Yep.

    While this was going on:

    Yellen promises more economic warfare on “adversaries”, more taxes and extreme money printing.

    Biden’s Treasury pick Yellen urged to use sanctions MORE AGGRESSIVELY than Trump administration

    In a Senate Finance Committee hearing on Tuesday, Yellen spoke in favor of ?joe (sic) Biden’s proposed “fair and progressive tax code,” which Republicans have warned would raise the tax burden on the US’ already squeezed middle class. She also spoke of the need to “go big” with economic stimulus and unemployment benefits.

    As Lenin apparently said, economic euthanisa is sweet. Sleep tight, don’t let the regrets bite.

    However, Yellen was also urged to “go big” in exercising the Treasury Department’s power to sanction the US’ foreign adversaries. “The Trump administration failed to be as aggressive on sanctions,” Washington Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) claimed, before telling Yellen, “I want to be sure you use that as an economic tool.”

    I must have come in from another universe. But I can only support policies that make the Real World decouple economically from the US (as opposed to “The World” aka. “UK, EU, Canaduh & Ausfailia” that so often “watches” and “looks up to America” in politicial speeches).

    Yellen did, however, say that her department will be taking aim at Beijing. Speaking to Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR), Yellen said she was prepared to use a “full array” of tools to combat what she called China’s “illegal, unfair, and abusive” economic policies.

    Stocks go up:

    Dow snaps 3-day slide, stocks kick off week with gains as Yellen calls for more fiscal aid

    Yellen is Biden’s nominee to replace Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, and during Tuesday’s confirmation hearing she said more fiscal aid was needed to avoid a protracted economic recession as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    “Economists don’t always agree, but I think there is a consensus now: Without further action, we risk a longer, more painful recession now — and long-term scarring of the economy later,” Yellen wrote in prepared testimony. Yellen also warned that deficits would need to enter a sustainable path, at some point.

    “But right now, with interest rates at historic lows, the smartest thing we can do is act big,” she said.

    There is not enough methadone in the world to get over the Czarist Russia tier comedown when it inevitably happens.

  151. @Alden
    I’ve noted that every president that gave Jews everything, Johnson, Nixon and now Trump were treated horribly by Jews. Johnson prevented from running again, Nixon impeached Trump impeached and his re-election probably stolen.

    So maybe Biden and Harris will get the same treatment. Personally I don’t care. Every president since Eisenhower ; my entire life time has been activitely positively and affirmatively anti White.

    Replies: @ziggurat, @Peter D. Bredon, @Goob, @Lot

    “Every president since Eisenhower ; my entire life time has been activitely positively and affirmatively anti White.”

    The ways things are going, they’re gonna crucify you.

    https://youtu.be/oZnm_s3wZeo’

  152. The culture of affirmative action means that some Americans will do absolutely anything to advance their careers, even castrating themselves, deforming themselves with various kinds of plastic surgery like nose cropping, pretending to be of a different ethnicity, or dressing up like a pantomime dame.

    Thanks to Sailer’s Believe It Or Not, for amusing us with these tales from the Last Days of America.

  153. @Fred Flintstone
    @Buffalo Joe

    "her" elderly mother. Someone in a press conference referred to Levine as Mr. and he/she/it went ballistic.

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon

    Of course, it’s “Dr. Levine.” She didn’t go to Evil Medical School to be called “Mr.”

  154. @Achmed E. Newman
    @MIke_from_SGV

    He broke hundereds of promises, and didn't even back his most supportive base, yet you think President Trump lost the election because he didn't push the face diapers? I think we could really use a guy like you in Rachel Levine's office, Mike.

    .


    Well, I was going to write this first as a general comment, but after that one.... geeze!

    I've heard that it takes crazy to know crazy. I think Mr. Levine will do a bang up job for the mental health of the country.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Old Prude

    Trump would definitely have been re-elected if it had not become perfectly obvious to most non brain-dead people that he had been totally insane for years.

    Never mind the fact that he had promised to drain the swamp, but had actually wallowed in it.

    Of course we are very grateful for the big beautiful wall that has already been built for several miles along the Mexican border, and for the Trumpcare health insurance reforms, which were the result of careful bipartisan work with legislators based on Trump’s own deep knowledge of healthcare issues.

    He is also to be congratulated on solving the DACA issue and for leading the failed second American Revolution.

    His own self-sacrifice in deliberately exposing himself and many members of his administration to Covid-19 so as to debunk the idea of using malaria drugs, will long be remembered as part of his profile of courage.

    I know that most world leaders will be privately thanking Trump for his moral and intellectual leadership over global issues today and for his contribution to the environment by discouraging use of private jets.

    And no group will be more thankful to him than the PGA tour, thanks to his unrelenting efforts to promote the game of golf as an inclusive sport.

    There are rumors that in retirement he will be promoting a new major called the Trump World Open Crazy Golf Tournament, in which Trump himself is expected to compete and will be among the favorites.

    Trump is also expected to take up painting, and is planning an exhibition of genuine Old Masters from his own studio.

    His Presidential library in North Korea is expected to become the tallest building in the world, and will be built by the grateful Mexican people. It will house the world’s largest collection of tweets.

    We wish him well, and hope that he and Melania live together for many more years surrounded by their family in their beautiful retirement home in Brazil, where the entire family Trump will be safe from extradition on trumped up charges.

  155. Speaking of ‘health’ here’s the latest from Orthodox Brooklyn, Social Distancing Division

    “The groom is the youngest son of the Bobov Rebbe, Bentzion Halberstam (son of the Bobov Rebbe Reb Shlomo, who replanted the dynasty in the US)”

    Videos of the event posted on Twitter and circulating in the Jewish Orthodox community showed hundreds of maskless men and boys packed inside Congregation Shaarei Zion of Bobov in Borough Park.

    The wedding ceremony itself took place in the synagogue’s parking lot — and photos provided to The Post showed a mass of black-clad guests standing shoulder to shoulder in front of the chuppah — before the celebrations moved inside the temple.

    A source said the nuptials — of 18-year-old Shlomo Halberstam, the youngest son of the Bobov Rabbi Bentzion Halberstam — drew guests from as far as Israel and London.

  156. @additionalMike
    @Hypnotoad666

    Greenwald sold us out, that fecker...by aiding and abetting Snowdon's treason, thus weakening the U.S. v. the Chinese and Russia.

    He is reaping what he sowed.

    Replies: @R.G. Camara, @Hypnotoad666, @Polynikes, @Morris Applebaum IV, @JerseyJeffersonian

    Greenwald sold us out, that fecker…by aiding and abetting Snowdon’s treason, thus weakening the U.S. v. the Chinese and Russia.

    First of all, Greenwald is not one of “us.” He’s a leftist who just happens to have principles (whether you agree with them, or not).

    Furthermore, worrying about a Russian or Chinese “threat” is just quaint at this point. (Actually, our new MSM-Tech-Democrat overlords are in bed with the Chinese — literally and figuratively — so you are behind the times on that as well).

    Like you, I used to think “we have always been at war with Eastasia.” But post-Trump, I now understand that we have far more to fear from a “woke” CIA and FBI that any imaginary external enemy.

  157. Anonymous[255] • Disclaimer says:

    Your(?) old theory that it may have to do with roids could be valid.

    An acquaintance in his mid-40s was a successful businessman with a hot wife and a couple of adopted kids (someone had fertility issues, I assumed it was the wife, but maybe not).

    Suddenly, he became an amateur male model. A professional clothes horse who models clothing and “style” for others (and gets paid for it).

    He has a reasonable physique, but isn’t particularly handsome. It isn’t unlikely that he used steroids at a younger age.

    Although he isn’t transgender, given the conservative community he comes from, the only reasonable explanation is that he snapped.

    Do anabolic steroids cause some kind of permanent damage that manifests in males as their hormone levels drop, and turns their brains female?

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Anonymous

    What’s wrong with making a little extra money as a model? All sorts of people have side jobs. Fixing cars Uber and cab drivers handyman and remodeling gardening inventory stocking new stores sewing and dressmaking man with a Van small moving company house painting installing flat screen TVs and hooking everything up fixing other people’s computers Even physicians and nurses often work an extra shift somewhere.

    It’s just a side job.

  158. At a guess, the focus will be on Mental Health. So important in our times.

  159. This is resembling Imperial Rome in its decadence. I am expecting a horse to be elected senator.

    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
    @J

    "I am expecting a horse to be elected Senator."

    Well, after a quick glance at the likes of Schumer, Romney, McConnell and Graham, a Clydesdale in the Senate chamber couldn't be completely bad. And how long before anyone noticed that Senator Graham was no longer a petit thing?

    , @Bubba
    @J

    I'm sure another Senator or some Congresspuke would marry it.

  160. @Whiskey
    @Hypnotoad666

    Agreed and if you read Mark Bowden's "the Finish" about the killing of bin Laden, you can see Obama was entranced with the idea of Special Forces killing people he did not like. If you read between the lines and do the math of what Bowden says, 200 total Special Forces Teams with half on, half off, every 3 months, with likely an average of five people killed in each raid and each team doing 4 raids every 24 hours (very fast paced) they were killing 2,000 people a day.

    It was just sheer attrition -- just killing and killing and killing various fighters until there was no one left to fight. And because it was not a huge battle, but 5 dead here, and 5 dead there, adding up, it did not excite attention or controversy.

    Of course, that killing machine was and is very, very White. An all black machine could not keep up the tempo or the discipline. A Latino machine is at this point very unlikely to "kneel before Zod" ala Superman. Already the Biden Administration is purging White soldiers out of the military.

    Biden is prepared to announce a six month lockdown. Which will be ignored at the local level and generate a huge black market for things like haircuts and meals and other stuff. At the same time we have 10 million less jobs than before Covid-19 (which will not be coming back) and unlimited immigration and open borders. Very few other than true believers trust the media one bit. Biden can and will obtain compliance with a fed standing over a person. Other than that ...

    The FT had a series on "activists" "taking on" the "Big Meat" industry and demanding the peons eat cockroaches and weeds. While big shots eat beef. Yeah that will go down big.

    Meanwhile China is a slam dunk certainty to invade Taiwan. By Airborne troops first, followed likely by fast assault landing craft. With at least two US Carriers sunk and Xou Bai-Den surrendering. With massive inflation sure to follow US defeat and Weimar like food prices. With blacks rampaging into the suburbs and the National Guard dispatched ... to make sure no one fights back. Yes Xou Bai-Den has the implicit backing of Stanley McChrystal. Of James Mattis. Of David Petraeus and Colon Bowel. But do those guys command the loyalty of an American military being purged of its White men? Heck the Special Forces NOW are likely being purged of something like 90% of its members.

    This is an appointment by a brain dead operation running on fumes that lacking legitimacy is relying on sheer force and making life miserable for all. I suppose the end game is to invite in Chinese troops to massacre the populace. It really will be Red Dawn.

    Replies: @BenKenobi, @Hypnotoad666

    if you read Mark Bowden’s “the Finish” about the killing of bin Laden, you can see Obama was entranced with the idea of Special Forces killing people he did not like.

    Obama was not alone. Every American President since Truman has been seduced by the prospect of using covert ops to secretly accomplish their objectives with “plausible deniability.” Alternatively, trying to clip their wings will get you nothing but retribution and sabotage in return. For everybody but Trump it was a no-brainer to suck up to the intelligence community.

    • Replies: @Ghost of Bull Moose
    @Hypnotoad666

    Not so sure Bin Laden was someone Barry “didn’t like.” In that situation room photo he looks like he hopes Osama gets away.

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @Liberty Mike
    @Hypnotoad666

    His failure to pardon Assange and Snowden is attributable to what, courage?

    Sticking a knife in the eye of the deep state?

    A love of America?

    A manifestation of America First?

    More likely, cowardice as that is more in keeping with the man.

    Replies: @Johann Ricke

  161. The Entity officially recommended that Pennsylvanians start onlyfans instead of having sex.

  162. @additionalMike
    @Hypnotoad666

    Greenwald sold us out, that fecker...by aiding and abetting Snowdon's treason, thus weakening the U.S. v. the Chinese and Russia.

    He is reaping what he sowed.

    Replies: @R.G. Camara, @Hypnotoad666, @Polynikes, @Morris Applebaum IV, @JerseyJeffersonian

    The importance of Snowden, and thus Greenwald, is massively overstated. It was well known what the US was doing with electronic surveillance. It was also quite predictable.

    Snowden did get the media’s attention, though. And it embarrassed us publicly with our allies.

    That’s not to say he should, or shouldn’t, get a pardon. I suppose popularizing it with the media is about as important as actual whistleblowing.

  163. @nobodyofnowhere
    @Buffalo Joe

    To add to this, Levine did this after mandating that nursing homes in PA had to take in covid patients.

    Replies: @Buck Ransom, @JMcG

    Just before the mandate, if memory serves. Of course, I’ve been trying to forget a great deal these last months.

  164. @Shouting Thomas
    I haven’t spent much time ruminating on this, but I’ll ask:

    What’s the danger of some ugly guy wearing his hair long, donning women’s clothing and calling himself a woman?

    It’s goofy. On a personal level, I’d never deal with such a person.

    But, is it dangerous?

    Replies: @photondancer, @anon, @Herzog, @Pericles, @Mr. Anon, @El Dato, @Steve Sailer

    It’s like putting a crazy man who thinks he’s Napoleon the Undersecretary of Defense.

    • Agree: Dissident, Bubba
  165. @Dr. Krieger
    @Polistra

    Rachel Levine is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I’ve ever known in my life.

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @additionalMike, @njguy73, @Charles

    That’s a good one.

  166. It’s not fair to actual women how transgenders win so many of the female prizes. Rachel Levine just got awarded World’s “Ugliest Woman Ever” by The Guinness Book of World Records.

    I guess on some level it’s the ones that can pull it off that are scarier, but ewwww!

  167. @Achmed E. Newman
    @MIke_from_SGV

    He broke hundereds of promises, and didn't even back his most supportive base, yet you think President Trump lost the election because he didn't push the face diapers? I think we could really use a guy like you in Rachel Levine's office, Mike.

    .


    Well, I was going to write this first as a general comment, but after that one.... geeze!

    I've heard that it takes crazy to know crazy. I think Mr. Levine will do a bang up job for the mental health of the country.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Old Prude

    Trump’s farewell speech was a wet dishrag. Absolutely lame, but a fitting end to a presidency which did nothing which was promised. Let’s be honest: Who could listen to that speech and not think “Cuck”.

    He could have told an angry tale about how the Deep State stymied the American people’s will for four years, culminating in stealing the election. Instead he droned on about Jerusalem and jobs for minorities. Sad!

    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
    @Old Prude

    "could have told an angry tale about how the Deep State stymied the American people’s will for four years, culminating in stealing the election."
    He already did that.

    , @YetAnotherAnon
    @Old Prude

    "He could have told an angry tale about how the Deep State stymied the American people’s will for four years, culminating in stealing the election."

    I'm not sure he actually wants to go to prison and be bankrupted. Can't say I blame him.

    People used to say, "Import the Third World, Become the Third World", but I don't think many people realised how quick the process would be.

    He did say he'd be back.

  168. @additionalMike
    @Hypnotoad666

    Greenwald sold us out, that fecker...by aiding and abetting Snowdon's treason, thus weakening the U.S. v. the Chinese and Russia.

    He is reaping what he sowed.

    Replies: @R.G. Camara, @Hypnotoad666, @Polynikes, @Morris Applebaum IV, @JerseyJeffersonian

    Russia and China are “enemies” only because Mexico and Canada won’t scare taxpayers into wasting trillions on “defense” spending. What a scam!

  169. A pediatrician?! Can you imagine taking your child to that thing?

  170. @MIke_from_SGV
    Here comes New America, good and hard. If Trump had dropped the WWF style, and acted more serious (e.g. advocating masks) when the pandemic hit a year ago, he'd be getting re-installed tomorrow. Even if someone thinks masks don't work and the whole thing is overblown, the fact is that most people think the opposite, and a successful politician needs to read the mood of the country. Now we have 4+ years of woke totalitarianism.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Pericles, @GSR, @Paul Mendez

    “Here comes New America, good and hard. If Trump had dropped the WWF style, and acted more serious (e.g. advocating masks) when the pandemic hit a year ago, he’d be getting re-installed tomorrow.”

    A year ago, last Jan, Feb and even March of 2020, the medical experts, including St Fauci, were all advising NOT to wear masks. Trump was “following the science”.

    • Agree: Ron Mexico
    • Replies: @photondancer
    @GSR

    Shh. We have always been at war with Eastasia.

    , @Jonathan Mason
    @GSR

    That ended up badly discrediting the CDC as an international body of expertise on infection control.

    Apparent reason given was that they lied so as to not have the general public taking up masks that should have been used by healthcare givers.

    The problem with this is that healthcare organizations have to buy their supplies, by law, from approved medical supply houses. They cannot simply go out to Walmart or Target and buy masks.

    So any intervention aimed at preserving masks for healthcare givers should have been made much higher up the supply chain, and I should have been an interdiction on importers and wholesalers selling medical masks to retailers.

    But just another example of the general overall incompetence of the Trump administration and its advisors.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    , @That Would Be Telling
    @GSR


    A year ago, last Jan, Feb and even March of 2020, the medical experts, including St Fauci, were all advising NOT to wear masks. Trump was “following the science”.
     
    You act like Trump had no agency. Why didn't he press Saint Fauci and his Surgeon General on the why, or not very publicly fire Fauci when he later admitted he lied. There was no feedback in the system expect maybe Tweets from Trump, not punishing liars who destroy confidence in our public health response has had very bad effects.

    Replies: @Ron Mexico, @photondancer

    , @Catdog
    @GSR

    Masks don't work and were only made a point of focus because Trump didn't want to wear one. If Trump was wearing one from the start, wearing a mask would have been anti-science.

  171. @GSR
    @MIke_from_SGV

    "Here comes New America, good and hard. If Trump had dropped the WWF style, and acted more serious (e.g. advocating masks) when the pandemic hit a year ago, he’d be getting re-installed tomorrow."


    A year ago, last Jan, Feb and even March of 2020, the medical experts, including St Fauci, were all advising NOT to wear masks. Trump was "following the science".

    Replies: @photondancer, @Jonathan Mason, @That Would Be Telling, @Catdog

    Shh. We have always been at war with Eastasia.

  172. @Old Prude
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Trump's farewell speech was a wet dishrag. Absolutely lame, but a fitting end to a presidency which did nothing which was promised. Let's be honest: Who could listen to that speech and not think "Cuck".

    He could have told an angry tale about how the Deep State stymied the American people's will for four years, culminating in stealing the election. Instead he droned on about Jerusalem and jobs for minorities. Sad!

    Replies: @Ron Mexico, @YetAnotherAnon

    “could have told an angry tale about how the Deep State stymied the American people’s will for four years, culminating in stealing the election.”
    He already did that.

  173. Levine attended Harvard College followed by Tulane University Medical School yet never learned that slicing her *ick off wouldn’t make her a woman, something normal twelve year olds know.

    Levine needs to sue both schools. All that money paid in tuition, and they still didn’t school her correctly in basic biology.

  174. @J
    This is resembling Imperial Rome in its decadence. I am expecting a horse to be elected senator.

    Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin, @Bubba

    “I am expecting a horse to be elected Senator.”

    Well, after a quick glance at the likes of Schumer, Romney, McConnell and Graham, a Clydesdale in the Senate chamber couldn’t be completely bad. And how long before anyone noticed that Senator Graham was no longer a petit thing?

  175. @Jiminy
    @JohnnyD

    Maybe it would be funnier if he said “ hey Dickless.”

    Replies: @Pericles

    Suggests a twitter koan, like ‘dick no dick’. Or the older style, ‘dickless dick’.

  176. It would have saved Jeffrey Toobin an awful lot of embarrassment if “she” had been on that Zoom call.

  177. Some wisdom from H L Mencken on this strange day.

    ” “My belief is that happiness is necessarily transient. The natural state of a reflective man is one of depression. The world is a botch. Women can make men perfectly happy, but they seldom know how to do it. They make too much effort: they overlook the powerful effect of simple amiability. Women are also the cause of the worst kind of unhappiness.”

  178. Has ‘she’ had a todgerectomy?

  179. @GSR
    @MIke_from_SGV

    "Here comes New America, good and hard. If Trump had dropped the WWF style, and acted more serious (e.g. advocating masks) when the pandemic hit a year ago, he’d be getting re-installed tomorrow."


    A year ago, last Jan, Feb and even March of 2020, the medical experts, including St Fauci, were all advising NOT to wear masks. Trump was "following the science".

    Replies: @photondancer, @Jonathan Mason, @That Would Be Telling, @Catdog

    That ended up badly discrediting the CDC as an international body of expertise on infection control.

    Apparent reason given was that they lied so as to not have the general public taking up masks that should have been used by healthcare givers.

    The problem with this is that healthcare organizations have to buy their supplies, by law, from approved medical supply houses. They cannot simply go out to Walmart or Target and buy masks.

    So any intervention aimed at preserving masks for healthcare givers should have been made much higher up the supply chain, and I should have been an interdiction on importers and wholesalers selling medical masks to retailers.

    But just another example of the general overall incompetence of the Trump administration and its advisors.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Jonathan Mason


    But just another example of the general overall incompetence of the Trump administration and its advisors.
     
    Anthony Fauci has been the head of NIAID for more than 35 years. He's not a "Trump Administration" appointee or advisor.
  180. Just speculating Richard diddled some starving girls. When caught, it was because he was a she trapped in a he. Knowing Penn State, they wrote big checks to the starving girls’ parents with some non disclosure agreements. Kinda like what they did when they paid off Second Mile kids. To be fair Second Mile’s moolah had been shuttled to a Texas children’s charity with ties to W. Small world, and just speculation on Lavine.

    Now for the real reason to scuttle Rachel/Richard. Prior to placing Covid 19 patients to PA nursing home, Dickie removed his 90+ yr old momma to what was reported to a hotel. What did he/she know, and when did he/she know about it? I thought when this came to light here in PA, where the hell is AG Bill Barr? #JewishPrivelege

  181. @additionalMike
    @Elli

    Re Prof. Nussbacher, you can sort of toggle back and forth between the Nussbacher 1.0 ( a trim young man) and 2.0 (a well-groomed overweight woman with a sort of Monty-Pythonish imitation of a female voice) by watching new and old military History shows on cable.
    I struggle to remind myself that Nussbacher 2.0 is just as well versed as his/her predecessor in military matters.
    Sandhurst has to be taken seriously, I think.

    Replies: @Ghost of Bull Moose

    She gets very excited describing tank maneuvers and artillery barrages. Monty Python would have appreciated her bloodthirstyness.

  182. @Elli
    @MEH 0910

    I think a parenthesis shaped smile in men, with the upper lip curved as well as the lower, associates with homosexuality. Of course many of the midlife MtoF trans still prefer to go to bed with women.

    Another example of masculine interest trans: Lynette Nussbacher, military historian, formerly Aryeh Judah Schoen Nussbacher.

    Anorexics look in the mirror and see fat and ugly.

    Do middle-aged, coarse-featured MtoF look in the mirror and see beauty? Is that some really weird form of successful white male privilege, where mental illness and distortion become self-congratulatory, rather than self-accusatory?

    Replies: @HammerJack, @additionalMike, @Redneck farmer, @Dissident

    Of course many of the midlife MtoF trans still prefer to go to bed with women.

    But how many women (or even men) are there who would not be utterly repulsed at the thought?
    ~ ~ ~
    @ Steve Sailer:

    What little girl doesn’t dream of someday coordinating the Defense Department Warfighter Senior Integration Group?

    You really are hopeless, aren’t you? Perpetuating cis-hetero-sexist gender norms as if it were 1951. Just Irredeemable. (H. Clinton, 2016)

    [MORE]
    [/sarcasm]

  183. @Hypnotoad666
    @Whiskey


    if you read Mark Bowden’s “the Finish” about the killing of bin Laden, you can see Obama was entranced with the idea of Special Forces killing people he did not like.
     
    Obama was not alone. Every American President since Truman has been seduced by the prospect of using covert ops to secretly accomplish their objectives with "plausible deniability." Alternatively, trying to clip their wings will get you nothing but retribution and sabotage in return. For everybody but Trump it was a no-brainer to suck up to the intelligence community.

    Replies: @Ghost of Bull Moose, @Liberty Mike

    Not so sure Bin Laden was someone Barry “didn’t like.” In that situation room photo he looks like he hopes Osama gets away.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    Sorry, but that's ridiculous. You can't read his mind from the way he looks. If Obama didn't want to kill Osama, he had a million excuses for not authorizing the raid. Conducting a raid on the territory of another sovereign (nuclear armed) nation that was an ostensible American ally was fraught with diplomatic risk. Operationally, it had huge military risks - the Pakistanis could have detected the raid and captured or killed all of the raiders. And so on. No one in Obama's leftist base would have criticized him for refusing to authorize the raid. He could have publicly announced to the world that bin Laden was living at this location in Pakistan and demanded that the Pakistanis arrest him and hand him over for trial. They wouldn't have done it but that would have been the right thing to do under "international law" and he could not have been criticized for that. So if the raid happened then it was because Obama wanted it to happen.

    Further, the raiders were under thinly veiled instructions to kill bin Laden on the spot. Obama could insisted on instructions to try to capture him alive but those were not the instructions that were issued and Obama was the one who had signed the shoot to kill order.

    There is a lot to criticize about Obama but you have to give credit where credit is due.

    Replies: @Johann Ricke, @Ghost of Bull Moose, @JMcG, @Hypnotoad666

  184. @R.G. Camara
    I wonder---when he commits suicide while in office, will they publicly rule it a suicide?

    After all, calling it a suicide would make him a victim, draw attention to the plight of the suicidal, and allow them to pass legislation outlawing making fun of trannies (approved by Roberts' supreme court 3 years later as totally not violating the 1st Amendment because reasons).

    But then again, publicly declaring it a suicide would add to the terrible and not-true-at-all stereotype of trannies being mentally unstable folk of whom 38% commit suicide. Lots of people might get wrongthink about it.

    Perhaps instead they will cover it up as a hate attack murder by three MAGA-hat wearing high school kids at 3am on the streets of Chicago in January. Or perhaps in the middle of a park in DC shortly after a Wikileaks dump.

    Maybe they can call it a COVID death?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Kolya Krassotkin, @That Would Be Telling

    But then again, publicly declaring it a suicide would add to the terrible and not-true-at-all stereotype of trannies being mentally unstable folk of whom 38% commit suicide.

    Citation Needed. Because as far as I know those high figures are for attempts, not successes, which no one seems to track.

    A dramatic attempt might be even more “interesting” in how the Dems and Team White House handle it.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @That Would Be Telling


    those high figures are for attempts, not successes, which no one seems to track.
     
    One interesting thing about suicides is that if you look at ATTEMPTED suicide, there are more females than males but if you looked at "SUCCESSFUL" suicides there are a lot more men. Because men are much more effective at getting things done. A typical female "attempt" at suicide might consist of taking 3 Tylenol and a typical male attempt might be shooting himself in the head. ( So who is the stupid one?) Possibly many female "attempted" suicides are not really serious attempts at all but rather efforts to get attention.

    Anyway, my question is that when trannies "change" their sex, does their ratio of attempts to completed suicides match their birth gender or their adopted gender?

    Replies: @anon

  185. @Reg Cæsar
    @Rob McX

    https://media.thedonald.win/post/hVgRaCSr.jpeg

    Replies: @Barnard, @That Would Be Telling

    The US spent 50 years fighting the USSR just to become a gay retarded version of it.

    This is no accident, as I’m told Marxists like to say. People also recommend the videos of Yuri Bezmenov, but the linked book studies it from the very beginning, after the Soviets achieved their primary goal of diplomatic recognition from FDR pretty early in the New Deal. This first effort ended in the purges at the end of the decade, but by then the seeds had been planted on fertile ground.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @That Would Be Telling

    So the Soviets were reading Gramsci all along?

  186. @James O'Meara
    @Thomas

    Seriously, I’m getting a strong sense already about the incoming administration of “we didn’t think this through very deeply.”

    The average Democrat voter:

    https://tworunningsisters.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/gob-bluth.jpg

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @mc23, @Dr. Krieger, @Perspective, @El Dato, @Anonymous

    Our embassies fly the rainbow flag during “Pride Month”, some even light up the embassy at night with the rainbow flag colors. That was all under the Trump administration. He was plenty gay. I have no regrets about dropping it in blank.

  187. @GSR
    @MIke_from_SGV

    "Here comes New America, good and hard. If Trump had dropped the WWF style, and acted more serious (e.g. advocating masks) when the pandemic hit a year ago, he’d be getting re-installed tomorrow."


    A year ago, last Jan, Feb and even March of 2020, the medical experts, including St Fauci, were all advising NOT to wear masks. Trump was "following the science".

    Replies: @photondancer, @Jonathan Mason, @That Would Be Telling, @Catdog

    A year ago, last Jan, Feb and even March of 2020, the medical experts, including St Fauci, were all advising NOT to wear masks. Trump was “following the science”.

    You act like Trump had no agency. Why didn’t he press Saint Fauci and his Surgeon General on the why, or not very publicly fire Fauci when he later admitted he lied. There was no feedback in the system expect maybe Tweets from Trump, not punishing liars who destroy confidence in our public health response has had very bad effects.

    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
    @That Would Be Telling

    Trump was very critical, often enough, but Fauci had already been made up by the media as the be all end all.

    at the first debate:

    WALLACE

    I was asking, sir, about masks.

    BIDEN

    Oh. Masks -- masks make a big difference. His own head of the CDC said if we just wore masks between now -- if everybody wore masks and social distancing between now and January, we'd probably save up to 100,000 lives. It matters,

    TRUMP

    And they've also said the opposite. They've also said the --

    BIDEN

    No serious person has said the opposite --

    TRUMP

    What about Dr. Fauci? Dr. Fauci said the opposite.

    BIDEN

    He did not say the opposite.

    30:27 TRUMP

    He said very strongly: Masks are not good. Then he changed his mind. He's admitted -- I’m ok with masks.

    Then Wallace changes the subject as he did the entire night.

    Replies: @That Would Be Telling

    , @photondancer
    @That Would Be Telling

    Well, we've found the closet Democrat. This happens every single time.

    Democrat: "Trump should have followed the science!"
    Sane person: "The science said don't wear masks"
    Democrat: "Trump should have ignored them!"
    Sane person: "You just said he should have followed them"
    Democrat: "Yes! Trump should have followed the science!"
    Sane person: "That's what he did. So no masks"
    Democrat: "Trump was a monster for not mandating masks!"

    And so on. I wish I had a dollar for every time I've seen this flip flopping over the last 11 months.

    Incidentally, I have a great book called The Authoritarian Personality which says this ability to switch seamlessly between contradictory positions is a characteristic of authoritarian people. Orwell wrote of it too, of course. It doesn't bode well for the USA that they're now in power.

  188. @Maximian
    This is a deliberate "fuck you" to social conservatives and my guess is that the intent is to humiliate. By forcing everyone to pretend that this ugly old dude in a wig is not just a plain old autogynephile getting off, but a sweet and sincere trans woman just trying to live "her" best life, the Biden administration is signaling that it intends to redefine reality and that they're so powerful there's nothing you can do about it.

    Replies: @stillCARealist

    You just described the entire left-wing social agenda for the last 100 years. They are fundamentally aggrieved teenagers ready to rebel and shock just so that they can be noticed.

    Why won’t anybody pay attention to me!?

    Meanwhile they mangle themselves both physically and spiritually and the rest of us are forced to turn away in embarrassment. Too bad they cause so much harm to the world in the process.

  189. @GSR
    @MIke_from_SGV

    "Here comes New America, good and hard. If Trump had dropped the WWF style, and acted more serious (e.g. advocating masks) when the pandemic hit a year ago, he’d be getting re-installed tomorrow."


    A year ago, last Jan, Feb and even March of 2020, the medical experts, including St Fauci, were all advising NOT to wear masks. Trump was "following the science".

    Replies: @photondancer, @Jonathan Mason, @That Would Be Telling, @Catdog

    Masks don’t work and were only made a point of focus because Trump didn’t want to wear one. If Trump was wearing one from the start, wearing a mask would have been anti-science.

  190. @neutral
    @Bragadocious

    Do you think they deep state would ever dare to do such things to an African country? The hatred is ultimately for white people, nothing else.

    Replies: @Bragadocious, @Dissident

    White people have agency. No one else does.

    But it’s more than that because their psy-op wouldn’t work on, say, Iceland. Russia is perfect because it’s big, powerful and allows them to spread fear and boost their department’s budgets.

  191. @Jonathan Mason
    @GSR

    That ended up badly discrediting the CDC as an international body of expertise on infection control.

    Apparent reason given was that they lied so as to not have the general public taking up masks that should have been used by healthcare givers.

    The problem with this is that healthcare organizations have to buy their supplies, by law, from approved medical supply houses. They cannot simply go out to Walmart or Target and buy masks.

    So any intervention aimed at preserving masks for healthcare givers should have been made much higher up the supply chain, and I should have been an interdiction on importers and wholesalers selling medical masks to retailers.

    But just another example of the general overall incompetence of the Trump administration and its advisors.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    But just another example of the general overall incompetence of the Trump administration and its advisors.

    Anthony Fauci has been the head of NIAID for more than 35 years. He’s not a “Trump Administration” appointee or advisor.

  192. @MEH 0910
    https://www.barnhardt.biz/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/RichardLevine.jpg

    Replies: @Dr. X, @Elli, @AceDeuce, @Kolya Krassotkin, @James O'Meara, @Jack D, @Forbes

    So Levine is a bottle blond. What a phony!

    • LOL: JMcG
  193. @Mr. Anon
    @Wade Hampton


    Is it possible for the Party of the Fringes to be too far out on the fringe? As a mostly normal person, I would have thought so, but I guess President Magoo thinks not and is willing to test that theory.
     
    President Magoo. That's pretty good. Myself, I think of Biden as President Frank Drebin:

    https://instituteforlegalreform.com/wp-content/uploads/media/NG.jpg

    Replies: @JimB, @Anonymous, @Wade Hampton

    Thanks. Interestingly, the great Nielsen played both Frank Drebin and Mr. Magoo on the big screen.

    Drebin is a reasonable analog to our newly minted “president”. Like our new “president”, Drebin is completely clueless and yet completely confident of his command of any situation. But unlike him, Drebin has an essential sweetness of heart.

    Magoo is more apt. Like Drebin and our new “president”, Magoo is inept and unwarrantedly self-confident. But like our new “president”, Magoo shows a nasty streak when things don’t go as planned. Here’s an example.

  194. anonymous[251] • Disclaimer says:

    Can anyone tell me – how long have we had this “Assistant Health Secretary” position?

    Also, how long have we had military positions like “Assistant Secretary of Defense”?

    This seems to me like places the powers that be always try to sneak in some particularly repulsive Jewish person, man, woman thing.

    What position did that horrible J Neo Conservative Zionist war monger Paul Wolfowitz have in the Bush II administration? Assistant Defense something or did he do this as head of some God awfully named “The World Bank”.

  195. @That Would Be Telling
    @R.G. Camara


    But then again, publicly declaring it a suicide would add to the terrible and not-true-at-all stereotype of trannies being mentally unstable folk of whom 38% commit suicide.
     
    Citation Needed. Because as far as I know those high figures are for attempts, not successes, which no one seems to track.

    A dramatic attempt might be even more "interesting" in how the Dems and Team White House handle it.

    Replies: @Jack D

    those high figures are for attempts, not successes, which no one seems to track.

    One interesting thing about suicides is that if you look at ATTEMPTED suicide, there are more females than males but if you looked at “SUCCESSFUL” suicides there are a lot more men. Because men are much more effective at getting things done. A typical female “attempt” at suicide might consist of taking 3 Tylenol and a typical male attempt might be shooting himself in the head. ( So who is the stupid one?) Possibly many female “attempted” suicides are not really serious attempts at all but rather efforts to get attention.

    Anyway, my question is that when trannies “change” their sex, does their ratio of attempts to completed suicides match their birth gender or their adopted gender?

    • Replies: @anon
    @Jack D

    Anyway, my question is that when trannies “change” their sex, does their ratio of attempts to completed suicides match their birth gender or their adopted gender?

    Neither. It's probably going to become impossible to study soon, if not already, because the results are not desired. A lot like Putnam's research results on diversity; the expected result isn't politically acceptable, so...nah.

    A couple of years ago I ran across a study done in Sweden back in the 1980's and the actual rate of suicide among people who had gone the full "cut me up" route was much higher than either "generic" men or women. Well meaning people will claim that's just because of the trans person not being fully accepted, or something. It's more likely that the mental dysfunction leading to gender dysphoria is the driver; they tend strongly towards depression, just for a start.

    I can't pull up that study with a quick search, it's probably still out there and my search terms are incorrect. When I find it I'll save it as a PDF or some other format, because things like that are getting more and more difficult to find for some mysterious reason or other.

    Replies: @photondancer

  196. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    @Hypnotoad666

    Not so sure Bin Laden was someone Barry “didn’t like.” In that situation room photo he looks like he hopes Osama gets away.

    Replies: @Jack D

    Sorry, but that’s ridiculous. You can’t read his mind from the way he looks. If Obama didn’t want to kill Osama, he had a million excuses for not authorizing the raid. Conducting a raid on the territory of another sovereign (nuclear armed) nation that was an ostensible American ally was fraught with diplomatic risk. Operationally, it had huge military risks – the Pakistanis could have detected the raid and captured or killed all of the raiders. And so on. No one in Obama’s leftist base would have criticized him for refusing to authorize the raid. He could have publicly announced to the world that bin Laden was living at this location in Pakistan and demanded that the Pakistanis arrest him and hand him over for trial. They wouldn’t have done it but that would have been the right thing to do under “international law” and he could not have been criticized for that. So if the raid happened then it was because Obama wanted it to happen.

    Further, the raiders were under thinly veiled instructions to kill bin Laden on the spot. Obama could insisted on instructions to try to capture him alive but those were not the instructions that were issued and Obama was the one who had signed the shoot to kill order.

    There is a lot to criticize about Obama but you have to give credit where credit is due.

    • Replies: @Johann Ricke
    @Jack D


    If Obama didn’t want to kill Osama, he had a million excuses for not authorizing the raid. Conducting a raid on the territory of another sovereign (nuclear armed) nation that was an ostensible American ally was fraught with diplomatic risk. Operationally, it had huge military risks – the Pakistanis could have detected the raid and captured or killed all of the raiders. And so on.
     
    Very true. Carter's disastrous Operation Eagle Claw, mounted to rescue the US embassy hostages, was probably partly responsible for his landslide defeat in 1980. If the bin Laden operation had failed, we might be looking at the tail end of Romney's second term today.
    , @Ghost of Bull Moose
    @Jack D

    I don’t think Obama wanted him to get away, obviously. He looks very worried that if it doesn’t go as planned he will be in Jimmy Carter’s shoes after the failed operation in Iran. A sensible concern.

    I appreciate everything Obama did to finally give America a chance to live up to its promises. I’m just sorry we continue to disappoint him.

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @JMcG
    @Jack D

    Jack, I think the possibility that the Pakis didn’t have full knowledge of the raid are vanishingly small. I’m not much given to conspiracy theories, but that whole raid and the story surrounding it stinks to high heaven.

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @Hypnotoad666
    @Jack D


    If Obama didn’t want to kill Osama, he had a million excuses for not authorizing the raid.
     
    Both of you are assuming Bin Ladin was killed in the raid and then "buried at sea" without any verifiable pictures or DNA confirmation of death. But I won't go down that rabbit hole.

    Replies: @Jack D, @Lot

  197. This escapee from a freak-show is purportedly a pediatrician–would any of you with kids take them to see it for medical treatment?

  198. @Jack D
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    Sorry, but that's ridiculous. You can't read his mind from the way he looks. If Obama didn't want to kill Osama, he had a million excuses for not authorizing the raid. Conducting a raid on the territory of another sovereign (nuclear armed) nation that was an ostensible American ally was fraught with diplomatic risk. Operationally, it had huge military risks - the Pakistanis could have detected the raid and captured or killed all of the raiders. And so on. No one in Obama's leftist base would have criticized him for refusing to authorize the raid. He could have publicly announced to the world that bin Laden was living at this location in Pakistan and demanded that the Pakistanis arrest him and hand him over for trial. They wouldn't have done it but that would have been the right thing to do under "international law" and he could not have been criticized for that. So if the raid happened then it was because Obama wanted it to happen.

    Further, the raiders were under thinly veiled instructions to kill bin Laden on the spot. Obama could insisted on instructions to try to capture him alive but those were not the instructions that were issued and Obama was the one who had signed the shoot to kill order.

    There is a lot to criticize about Obama but you have to give credit where credit is due.

    Replies: @Johann Ricke, @Ghost of Bull Moose, @JMcG, @Hypnotoad666

    If Obama didn’t want to kill Osama, he had a million excuses for not authorizing the raid. Conducting a raid on the territory of another sovereign (nuclear armed) nation that was an ostensible American ally was fraught with diplomatic risk. Operationally, it had huge military risks – the Pakistanis could have detected the raid and captured or killed all of the raiders. And so on.

    Very true. Carter’s disastrous Operation Eagle Claw, mounted to rescue the US embassy hostages, was probably partly responsible for his landslide defeat in 1980. If the bin Laden operation had failed, we might be looking at the tail end of Romney’s second term today.

  199. @Hypnotoad666
    @Whiskey


    if you read Mark Bowden’s “the Finish” about the killing of bin Laden, you can see Obama was entranced with the idea of Special Forces killing people he did not like.
     
    Obama was not alone. Every American President since Truman has been seduced by the prospect of using covert ops to secretly accomplish their objectives with "plausible deniability." Alternatively, trying to clip their wings will get you nothing but retribution and sabotage in return. For everybody but Trump it was a no-brainer to suck up to the intelligence community.

    Replies: @Ghost of Bull Moose, @Liberty Mike

    His failure to pardon Assange and Snowden is attributable to what, courage?

    Sticking a knife in the eye of the deep state?

    A love of America?

    A manifestation of America First?

    More likely, cowardice as that is more in keeping with the man.

    • Replies: @Johann Ricke
    @Liberty Mike


    His failure to pardon Assange and Snowden is attributable to what, courage?
     
    Assange and Snowden both got foreigners who put their trust in us - by spying for us - executed. In Hollywood's reel world - both would have been hunted down and killed. By merely seeking their extradition to face charges, Trump was, like his predecessor, giving them better than they deserve.
  200. Looks like Ernest Borgnine is getting in touch with his inner Shirley Temple.

  201. @Abolish_public_education
    Does a Special Assistant to the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics report to the:

    • Deputy Vice-Liaison for Trampoline and Decahedral Ascent, or the

    • 2nd Assistant Under-Coordinator for Agricultural Pork Synthesis and Elliptical Latitude?

    Replies: @Goob, @kaganovitch

    yes

  202. @That Would Be Telling
    @Reg Cæsar


    The US spent 50 years fighting the USSR just to become a gay retarded version of it.
     
    This is no accident, as I'm told Marxists like to say. People also recommend the videos of Yuri Bezmenov, but the linked book studies it from the very beginning, after the Soviets achieved their primary goal of diplomatic recognition from FDR pretty early in the New Deal. This first effort ended in the purges at the end of the decade, but by then the seeds had been planted on fertile ground.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    So the Soviets were reading Gramsci all along?

  203. @Thea
    We are the laughing stock of the world.

    Replies: @Polistra, @Chrisnonymous

    We are the laughing stock of the world

    I wish. Tonight, Japan NHK’s “Newswatch 9″ nightly news show featured Americans not happy about Biden. They picked a transgender from San Fransiscisco who is concerned that Biden is too conservative. Not a pretty feminine transgender, but a freak of a man with a masculine face and low voice coupled with long hair and huge fake boobs. In fact, I think the local US-based NHK reporter and the Japanese anchor were not on the same page because the anchor kept referring to it as ” him”–unwitting hate speech!!

  204. @Frank McGar
    @Altai

    I assume you're familiar with Abigail Shrier's book Irreversible Damage that deals with this topic? For those not familiar, it's a good primer, and highly recommended for people with kids who are being exposed to this kind of stuff in schools and elsewhere. Your point about anorexia is interesting as well. Why is anorexia considered a mental disorder, but trans is not? I think it used to be.

    Replies: @Dissident

    I assume you’re familiar with Abigail Shrier’s book Irreversible Damage that deals with this topic? For those not familiar, it’s a good primer, and highly recommended for people with kids who are being exposed to this kind of stuff in schools and elsewhere.

    (((Abigail Shrier)))

    Also Mass Resistance (Seems very Jew-connected)

    Don’t forget (((Judith Reisman))).

  205. This is the true “New Normal”.
    Trump, for all his peccadilloes and flakiness, appears to have been the last chance for America to return to normalcy.

  206. @Alden
    I’ve noted that every president that gave Jews everything, Johnson, Nixon and now Trump were treated horribly by Jews. Johnson prevented from running again, Nixon impeached Trump impeached and his re-election probably stolen.

    So maybe Biden and Harris will get the same treatment. Personally I don’t care. Every president since Eisenhower ; my entire life time has been activitely positively and affirmatively anti White.

    Replies: @ziggurat, @Peter D. Bredon, @Goob, @Lot

    Duh. Ike sent the 101st Airborne into Little Rock.

  207. @El Dato

    ... pursued a successful career as a former special assistant to the undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, and coordinator of the Defense Department Warfighter Senior Integration Group.
     
    I can't even make sense of "Warfighter Senior Integration Group".

    Anyway, once stuff like "Warfighter" starts to get used, it's a sign that the situation is hopeless or it's becoming too obvious that you are just a piece of expendable mercenary meat for special interests that will be dropped like a face diaper when it's time. Maybe both.

    What little girl doesn’t dream of someday coordinating the Defense Department Warfighter Senior Integration Group?

     

    Is it due to anime?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JG1kj-nqKMQ

    Replies: @Dissident

    Is it due to anime?

    Or anomie?

    anomie or an·o·my [ anuh-mee ]
    noun Sociology.
    a state or condition of individuals or society characterized by a breakdown or absence of social norms and values, as in the case of uprooted people.

    View post on imgur.com

  208. @Danindc
    Zoom in on that face. Demons I tells ye!!!

    It does look like she’s saying...can you f’n believe these people are buying my bs???

    Replies: @James Speaks, @Anonymous, @Sue D. Nim

    He looks like something from a Tim Burton film.

  209. @Altai

    Seriously, one interesting aspect of Dr. Rachel Levine’s career, back when Richard Levine had a wife and fathered two kids, is Levine’s founding of the Penn State Hershey Eating Disorders Program. Anorexia has a number of parallels to be transgenderism. Did being around a bunch of supercilious upper middle class teenage girls intent on becoming beautiful by starving themselves to death drive Levine crazy?

    We talk about social contagion, but, who knows, maybe there is an actual transmissible germ that drives you nuts when you look in the mirror, and it just manifests itself in different delusions?
     
    The link between adolescent ROGD and BPD is undeniable. As is the previous association between BPD and Anorexia. (You don't hear too much about it today despite the massive focus on body images issues because it's declined massively. The moment of mania about it went.) Nowadays Anorexia is more and more associated with AVPD and cluster C traits in girls, which is basically close to being the opposite of BPD and cluster B.

    The same kinds of girls who became Anorexic are becoming trans today. A lot of parallels, the IRL social contagion, the issues of body dysmorphia and the online communities that celebrate their body transformations and offer tips and ways to get access to drugs to help as well as hiding things from parents. Of course, the media, teachers and society at large didn't celebrate adolescent girls starving themselves and taking diet pills.

    But there is little evidence of the female ROGD being motivated by the same instincts as male transgenders.

    I personally wonder if the same traits that lead a man to say become high level in the Nat Sec bureaucracy, one of which being not caring what others think so much and being dominant, don't lead these guys to shrug their shoulders at going around calling themselves a woman and demanding others validate them as such. Are there more timid or introspective men who have the same desire but don't go through with it out of shame and inhibition.

    A bit like the old situation with engineers trying to determine what parts of the WW2 bombers to reinforce based on what kind of damage returning planes took. They were only looking at the planes that came back and thus were putting armour in the wrong places, they should have been putting it in the places where planes tended to come back without damage because the ones which did tended not to come back. Are we only looking at the visible component of these desires and fetishes in the form of former marines in dresses and thinking that it is particularly common in these men versus these men just being the ones we can see.

    Replies: @Frank McGar, @Jim Bob Lassiter

    I wonder if we can get this eminently qualified pediatrician with specialty practice in eating disorders to study Greta Thunberg.

  210. @NJ Transit Commuter
    I’ve believe that the Senate should give the President wide leeway in appointing his administration. Seems like a fundamental trait of a democratic system, and places accountability firmly on the President’s shoulders for the results of his administration. So, if Sleepy Joe wants to appoint Dr. Levine, as long as he takes responsibility for Levine’s policies, more power to him.

    What concerns me is the article about the “dunk tank incident.” I think it’s impolite to make fun of private individuals for their race, appearance, sexual orientation, etc. But, in a healthy society there is a recognition that it’s acceptable to mock public figures, especially people in government. The fact that the crime of lese majestie , at least for minorities, is coming back, is a troubling indication of increasing American authoritarianism. Not fitting for a free and democratic people at all.

    Replies: @Frank McGar, @Jim Bob Lassiter, @Jim Bob Lassiter

    I wonder if we can get this eminently qualified pediatrician with specialty practice in eating disorders to study Greta Thunberg.

  211. @NJ Transit Commuter
    I’ve believe that the Senate should give the President wide leeway in appointing his administration. Seems like a fundamental trait of a democratic system, and places accountability firmly on the President’s shoulders for the results of his administration. So, if Sleepy Joe wants to appoint Dr. Levine, as long as he takes responsibility for Levine’s policies, more power to him.

    What concerns me is the article about the “dunk tank incident.” I think it’s impolite to make fun of private individuals for their race, appearance, sexual orientation, etc. But, in a healthy society there is a recognition that it’s acceptable to mock public figures, especially people in government. The fact that the crime of lese majestie , at least for minorities, is coming back, is a troubling indication of increasing American authoritarianism. Not fitting for a free and democratic people at all.

    Replies: @Frank McGar, @Jim Bob Lassiter, @Jim Bob Lassiter

    “So, if Sleepy Joe wants to appoint Dr. Levine, as long as he takes responsibility for Levine’s policies, more power to him.”

    Is an Alzheimer’s patient legally responsible for anything?

  212. @Jack D
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    Sorry, but that's ridiculous. You can't read his mind from the way he looks. If Obama didn't want to kill Osama, he had a million excuses for not authorizing the raid. Conducting a raid on the territory of another sovereign (nuclear armed) nation that was an ostensible American ally was fraught with diplomatic risk. Operationally, it had huge military risks - the Pakistanis could have detected the raid and captured or killed all of the raiders. And so on. No one in Obama's leftist base would have criticized him for refusing to authorize the raid. He could have publicly announced to the world that bin Laden was living at this location in Pakistan and demanded that the Pakistanis arrest him and hand him over for trial. They wouldn't have done it but that would have been the right thing to do under "international law" and he could not have been criticized for that. So if the raid happened then it was because Obama wanted it to happen.

    Further, the raiders were under thinly veiled instructions to kill bin Laden on the spot. Obama could insisted on instructions to try to capture him alive but those were not the instructions that were issued and Obama was the one who had signed the shoot to kill order.

    There is a lot to criticize about Obama but you have to give credit where credit is due.

    Replies: @Johann Ricke, @Ghost of Bull Moose, @JMcG, @Hypnotoad666

    I don’t think Obama wanted him to get away, obviously. He looks very worried that if it doesn’t go as planned he will be in Jimmy Carter’s shoes after the failed operation in Iran. A sensible concern.

    I appreciate everything Obama did to finally give America a chance to live up to its promises. I’m just sorry we continue to disappoint him.

    • LOL: Wade Hampton
    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Ghost of Bull Moose


    In that situation room photo he looks like he hopes Osama gets away.
     
    - GoBM

    I don’t think Obama wanted him to get away, obviously.
     
    - GoBM ten minutes later.

    Which is it?
  213. @Pericles
    @MIke_from_SGV


    If Trump had dropped the WWF style, and acted more serious (e.g. advocating masks) when the pandemic hit a year ago, he’d be getting re-installed tomorrow. Even if someone thinks masks don’t work and the whole thing is overblown, the fact is that most people think the opposite, and a successful politician needs to read the mood of the country. Now we have 4+ years of woke totalitarianism.
     
    Well, strictly speaking, it's the fault of the gullible mask morons, isn't it?

    (For the sake of argument, I'll pretend the election wasn't blatantly stolen.)

    Replies: @Joseph Doaks

    “it’s the fault of the gullible mask morons, isn’t it?”

    Indeed. The entire Democrat strategy was to increase the gullible moron vote.

  214. @neutral
    @Bragadocious

    Do you think they deep state would ever dare to do such things to an African country? The hatred is ultimately for white people, nothing else.

    Replies: @Bragadocious, @Dissident

    Do you think they deep state would ever dare to do such things to an African country?

    Tomorrow morning at 8:30 am NY time, my friend Ambassdor @richardgrenell will lead a panel discussion in Berlin on decriminalizing homosexuality in the 70+ countries that shamefully outlaw it. @usbotschaft will live tweet the discussion. Amazing work Ric!

  215. @Jack D
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    Sorry, but that's ridiculous. You can't read his mind from the way he looks. If Obama didn't want to kill Osama, he had a million excuses for not authorizing the raid. Conducting a raid on the territory of another sovereign (nuclear armed) nation that was an ostensible American ally was fraught with diplomatic risk. Operationally, it had huge military risks - the Pakistanis could have detected the raid and captured or killed all of the raiders. And so on. No one in Obama's leftist base would have criticized him for refusing to authorize the raid. He could have publicly announced to the world that bin Laden was living at this location in Pakistan and demanded that the Pakistanis arrest him and hand him over for trial. They wouldn't have done it but that would have been the right thing to do under "international law" and he could not have been criticized for that. So if the raid happened then it was because Obama wanted it to happen.

    Further, the raiders were under thinly veiled instructions to kill bin Laden on the spot. Obama could insisted on instructions to try to capture him alive but those were not the instructions that were issued and Obama was the one who had signed the shoot to kill order.

    There is a lot to criticize about Obama but you have to give credit where credit is due.

    Replies: @Johann Ricke, @Ghost of Bull Moose, @JMcG, @Hypnotoad666

    Jack, I think the possibility that the Pakis didn’t have full knowledge of the raid are vanishingly small. I’m not much given to conspiracy theories, but that whole raid and the story surrounding it stinks to high heaven.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @JMcG

    The fact that they put the local doctor that the US had recruited as a spy in jail points to the opposite conclusion. Unless they just want to make him the fall guy which is also not impossible in a place like Pakistan.

    Another possibility is that they didn't tell the Pakistani leadership in advance (because they surely would have arranged bid Laden's escape) but once the raid was already underway they informed the Pakistani military (which is different than the ISI who was protecting bin Laden) and told them not to shoot at the Americans or they would really regret it.

  216. @George
    Excellent credentials.

    Wikipedia: Levine graduated from Harvard College and the Tulane University School of Medicine and completed a residency in pediatrics and fellowship in adolescent medicine at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City, NY.[6]

    Latest covid news:

    Single Covid vaccine dose in Israel 'less effective than we thought'
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/jan/19/single-covid-vaccine-dose-in-israel-less-effective-than-we-hoped

    Replies: @Hippopotamusdrome

    Single Covid vaccine dose in Israel ‘less effective than we thought’

    We were thiiiis close to getting over Covid. Oh, well, lockdown forever.

  217. Trump, whatever he was, has become an avatar of American nationalism and the desire of real, historical Americans, mostly whites – who are now about 50% of the population – not to go to oil wars, Israel wars, confrontation with Russia and so on, and not to be ethnically overwhelmed by Muslims, Chinese, Indians, Africans …. because of the quick profits of various Bezoses and Gateses. In the USA there are about 70% whites, 14% blacks, 5% Asians and the rest are Indian mestizos, colored Hispanics. The historic American nation is constituted of ca. 50% of the citizens, mostly whites – not crazy and drugged antifa drug addicts, sluts and similar bums, and a few white Hispanics. The rest- the vast majority of blacks, Muslims, Asians …. has nothing to do with the historic land of Washington, Franklin, Edison, Whitman, Lincoln.

    Biden, on the other hand, is the facade of globalists, such as Woodrow Wilson was the facade of the plutocrats Morgan, Rockefeller, etc. Biden would import wagons of crossbreeds and others to bring down the wages of the domestic working class; make the US even more dependent on Chinese industry and others; entered the wars for the sake of the Zionists and Israel (which Trump, despite various missteps & stupid acts- did not). There are virtually no real, true blood Americans in Biden’s government, only colored people, various freaks and about 40-50% leftist & Zionist Jews. Such an administration does not represent the US at any point of history & is doomed, one way or another.

    • Agree: Ron Mexico
  218. anon[253] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D
    @That Would Be Telling


    those high figures are for attempts, not successes, which no one seems to track.
     
    One interesting thing about suicides is that if you look at ATTEMPTED suicide, there are more females than males but if you looked at "SUCCESSFUL" suicides there are a lot more men. Because men are much more effective at getting things done. A typical female "attempt" at suicide might consist of taking 3 Tylenol and a typical male attempt might be shooting himself in the head. ( So who is the stupid one?) Possibly many female "attempted" suicides are not really serious attempts at all but rather efforts to get attention.

    Anyway, my question is that when trannies "change" their sex, does their ratio of attempts to completed suicides match their birth gender or their adopted gender?

    Replies: @anon

    Anyway, my question is that when trannies “change” their sex, does their ratio of attempts to completed suicides match their birth gender or their adopted gender?

    Neither. It’s probably going to become impossible to study soon, if not already, because the results are not desired. A lot like Putnam’s research results on diversity; the expected result isn’t politically acceptable, so…nah.

    A couple of years ago I ran across a study done in Sweden back in the 1980’s and the actual rate of suicide among people who had gone the full “cut me up” route was much higher than either “generic” men or women. Well meaning people will claim that’s just because of the trans person not being fully accepted, or something. It’s more likely that the mental dysfunction leading to gender dysphoria is the driver; they tend strongly towards depression, just for a start.

    I can’t pull up that study with a quick search, it’s probably still out there and my search terms are incorrect. When I find it I’ll save it as a PDF or some other format, because things like that are getting more and more difficult to find for some mysterious reason or other.

    • Replies: @photondancer
    @anon

    This study was the top result when I googled on the terms Sweden, suicide and transgender:

    https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0016885

    It may not be the one you're thinking of, since it's longitudinal, but it found the same results. Clicking on the 'media coverage' link on that page reveals the HuffPo screeching (of course) that the study endangers transgender youth. Not the surgery or the dysphoria, but the study. Right.

    Replies: @anon

  219. @That Would Be Telling
    @GSR


    A year ago, last Jan, Feb and even March of 2020, the medical experts, including St Fauci, were all advising NOT to wear masks. Trump was “following the science”.
     
    You act like Trump had no agency. Why didn't he press Saint Fauci and his Surgeon General on the why, or not very publicly fire Fauci when he later admitted he lied. There was no feedback in the system expect maybe Tweets from Trump, not punishing liars who destroy confidence in our public health response has had very bad effects.

    Replies: @Ron Mexico, @photondancer

    Trump was very critical, often enough, but Fauci had already been made up by the media as the be all end all.

    at the first debate:

    WALLACE

    I was asking, sir, about masks.

    BIDEN

    Oh. Masks — masks make a big difference. His own head of the CDC said if we just wore masks between now — if everybody wore masks and social distancing between now and January, we’d probably save up to 100,000 lives. It matters,

    TRUMP

    And they’ve also said the opposite. They’ve also said the —

    BIDEN

    No serious person has said the opposite —

    TRUMP

    What about Dr. Fauci? Dr. Fauci said the opposite.

    BIDEN

    He did not say the opposite.

    30:27 TRUMP

    He said very strongly: Masks are not good. Then he changed his mind. He’s admitted — I’m ok with masks.

    Then Wallace changes the subject as he did the entire night.

    • Replies: @That Would Be Telling
    @Ron Mexico

    And how much better would that debate, and the whole crisis have gone if Trump said "Fauci admitted he lied about masks back in [insert month], and I fired him for that lie and squandering the trust of the American people." Wouldn't have given Wallace any leverage by changing the topic, and since when does Trump care about the Fake News media, and was not able to counter propaganda as overt as their canonizing Fauci.

    I mean, it's not like Fauci didn't go on to make more lies, and then admit to at least one of them (percentages needed for herd immunity to encourage vaccination in some twisted way), further squandering the most important thing our public health community in theory had. See also Fauci violating mask wearing at that game.

    Replies: @Ron Mexico

  220. @onetwothree
    I mean, at this point the worse the freakshow gets the more likely it will be seen as a freakshow, right?

    Replies: @415 reasons, @Polistra, @Cato, @Polynikes, @ziggurat, @Forbes, @europeasant

    Nope. It has the effect of mainstreaming and normalizing the freaks. Soon enough, it–trannies–will be no big deal, nothing special or freakish, and it will be time to invent a new cause, a new underserved “minority,” an new unprivileged caste, a new special interest group with a new colored ribbon to wear on its special day/month, a new freak to mainstream and normalize–one of the 57 or 48 genders–or some such…

    The worse the freak show gets the greater is the entertainment value.

    • Agree: Alden
  221. @MEH 0910
    https://www.barnhardt.biz/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/RichardLevine.jpg

    Replies: @Dr. X, @Elli, @AceDeuce, @Kolya Krassotkin, @James O'Meara, @Jack D, @Forbes

    It really does take a man to look that good as a woman.

  222. @Stan Adams
    @James O'Meara

    When the weather is nice (as it is tonight) I like to sit in front of my house in the evening. Unfortunately, I have a pair of loud-mouthed Trump-hating neighbors who make several laps through the complex shortly after dark. They're about my age (millennial) and they talk so loudly that I can hear them from five or six houses away. Their conversations are so incredibly, mind-numbingly insipid that I find myself nodding off as I'm forced to listen to them.

    If it's not Orange Man Bad Hooray Biden Will Return Everything to Normal and Put MAGA Assholes in Concentration Camps, it's I Don't Like Chicago Deep Dish Pizza I Want a Slice of Pizza Not a Sandwich or You Snore Yes I Snore Your Snoring Is Loud Yes My Snoring Is Very Loud Ha Ha Ha Ha and so on. Usually it's women who prattle on like this, but in this relationship the man is even worse.

    What goes on in the mind of a white Biden voter? Nothing worth mentioning.

    Replies: @Forbes, @Rubicon

    What goes on in the mind of a white Biden voter? Nothing worth mentioning.

  223. @additionalMike
    @Hypnotoad666

    Greenwald sold us out, that fecker...by aiding and abetting Snowdon's treason, thus weakening the U.S. v. the Chinese and Russia.

    He is reaping what he sowed.

    Replies: @R.G. Camara, @Hypnotoad666, @Polynikes, @Morris Applebaum IV, @JerseyJeffersonian

    GFY. I don’t agree with some things he says, but that action I back 1000%. As a consequence, we got the straight skinny on what was being done in our name, and more importantly, what was being done to us without our consent, and that – by design – was intended to be without our knowledge. Evil people perpetrating evil deeds don’t like to be seen for what they are; but such sunlight is our only defense against these self-dealing psychopaths.

    So good on ya, Glenn. He just left the supposed journalistic safe harbor that he largely founded, The Intercept, when it became clear that it had instead been transformed into a mouthpiece for the Deep State. He has my respect.

  224. @Anonymous
    Steve Sailer:

    "Ms. Shelly always knew she was a girl on the inside. That’s why she pursued a successful career as a former special assistant to the undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, and coordinator of the Defense Department Warfighter Senior Integration Group. What little girl doesn’t dream of someday coordinating the Defense Department Warfighter Senior Integration Group?"

    Steve Sailer, not all transexuals are like that because they identify with femininity emotionally. They want to be seen as beautiful, but beauty is something only valued in women. So they dress as women because they are not allowed to be beautiful as men. And there is nothing wrong with this. Remember: we don't choose our gender or almost anything else. This is emancipation from social constraints, which serve no other purpose other than making us miserable for "the social good"(whatever that is).

    "We talk about social contagion … But, who knows, maybe there is an actual transmissible germ that drives you nuts when you look in the mirror, and it just manifests itself in different delusions?"

    Or maybe there is an actual transmissable germ that makes one prejudiced like you? Maybe irrational prejudices such as the ones you hold are the result of a virus that takes over the brain and fills you with intense feelings of aversion for things that are unusual and unfamiliar to you? Who knows.

    Have you ever considered that the real problem are not transexuals, or gays, but your psychology, which makes you care so much about what other people do with their lives?

    The latest craze among conservatives on the more weird nerdy side of conservativsm is the obsession with every one of their prejudices being explained by infections. Homosexuality? A germ,. Tranexualism? Germ. The entire 1960's and the social changes it brought? A massive pandemic of a germ that makes people want social justice and fairness. Yep. Libralism is mental illness caused by infections.

    100% sheer idiocy.

    Replies: @photondancer, @Dissident

    Have you ever considered that the real problem are not transexuals, or gays, but your psychology, which makes you care so much about what other people do with their lives?

    Have you seen Mr. Sailer express much, if any, objection or inordinate concern with such matters as the private sexual behavior of consenting adults, or with adults who choose to masquerade as and/or suffer from delusions of being the opposite sex?

    Do you not see a profound, critical difference between personal choices and behaviors, per se, and flagrantly flaunting them and demanding that they not merely be tolerated, not merely accepted, but enthusiastically celebrated, promoted and held-up to children as exemplary and ideal?

    Do you see no risk, no probability, that highly impressionable, confused children may suffer severe, often irreversible harm as a result of the influence of radical activists not give you any pause? That there is a high probability that individuals who began to “transition” as children or adolescents may come to bitterly regret such a course of action after maturing? That most of them would have come to terms with the objective reality of their sex, had they simply been allowed and encouraged to have done so? ( See
    https://acpeds.org/position-statements/gender-dysphoria-in-children )

    Are you aware that of the many people for whom the latest Woke orthodoxy on “trans” with regard to children and adolescents goes too far, a not-inconsiderable number are highly sympathetic, and even fully supportive of the rest of the “LGBTQ{xyz}” dogma? (See, for example, 4thWaveNow, “A community of people who question the medicalization of gender-atypical youth“.)

    This is emancipation from social constraints, which serve no other purpose other than making us miserable for “the social good” (whatever that is).

    Social constraints, including stigmas, serve a purpose that is most necessary and positive:

    [MORE]
    they deter and quarantine behaviors that are harmful to individuals and to society.

    Maybe irrational prejudices such as the ones you hold are the result of a virus that takes over the brain and fills you with intense feelings of aversion for things that are unusual and unfamiliar to you?

    A man freakishly masquerading as a grotesque caricature of a woman, insisting that he is a woman, and demanding that everyone else indulge his delusion? Such a spectacle is unusual, unfamiliar and at least off-putting, if not utterly repulsive to the vast, overwhelming majority of the population? Is that truly your contention?

    The latest craze among conservatives on the more weird nerdy side of conservativsm is the obsession with every one of their prejudices being explained by infections. Homosexuality? A germ,. Tranexualism? Germ. The entire 1960’s and the social changes it brought? A massive pandemic of a germ that makes people want social justice and fairness.

    Human psychology is immensely complex. To suggest that any area of it as complex as sexuality and sexual identity can be reduced to any single, solely biological cause is patent folly; another instance of magic key thinking. Such absolutism is merely the inverse of blank-slate absolutism.

  225. @petit bourgeois
    That thing has a dick, which makes it a transvestite.

    Just wait, the tranny bathrooms will be here sooner than you think. Specially designated bathrooms for the mentally ill.

    Replies: @Wade Hampton

    In fakengay SJW-world, everybody can be whatever they identify as and that can change from moment to moment.

    As the great Jonathan Winters said when recounting an incident from one of his visits to the looney bin “…I’m a robin redbreast…changed my mind. I’m a blue jay…”

  226. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    @Jack D

    I don’t think Obama wanted him to get away, obviously. He looks very worried that if it doesn’t go as planned he will be in Jimmy Carter’s shoes after the failed operation in Iran. A sensible concern.

    I appreciate everything Obama did to finally give America a chance to live up to its promises. I’m just sorry we continue to disappoint him.

    Replies: @Jack D

    In that situation room photo he looks like he hopes Osama gets away.

    – GoBM

    I don’t think Obama wanted him to get away, obviously.

    – GoBM ten minutes later.

    Which is it?

  227. @Icy Blast
    And this is just the beginning of the horror...

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666, @AnotherDad

    And this is just the beginning of the horror…

    Horror–agreed. Beginning–no.

    Even some smart folks work at all the crazy like they are different things. No. They are the same thing: minoritarianism. And we are a good 50 years in.

    In a healthy society–tribe, community, nation–there is a culture, a set traditions, norms that keep things more or less on tract and allow the society to successfully reproduce itself. (If that fails it doesn’t exist.)

    Minoritarianism decrees that any objections normal people (i.e. the majority) in society have to a minority’s culture, attitudes, behavior are inherently illegitimate. Minorities must be allowed access to the majority. Any attempts by the majority to escape from minorities and their behaviors are illegitimate. And as minoritarianism has risen to utter dominance, even voicing objection to some minority behavior, and now even having an opinion about such a behavior are not to be tolerated.

    This is, of course, nuts.

    Any real society–tribe, nation–has to have a culture, a set of norms. That’s what makes it a “society” and not just a random collection of people.

    Minoritarianism is essentially the ideology of society destruction. A “nation” is not allowed. The “society” is now nothing but a random collection of people–a marketplace–ruled by a bossy super-state to make sure you don’t object to the marketplace’s money men and looters.

    • Agree: Bubba
    • Replies: @Jack D
    @AnotherDad

    Isn't one of the main principles of our Constitution the protection of minorities from the tyranny of the majority? At what point does the majority's "natural" right to shun the other become abuse?

    Minoritarianism (even your straw man version of it) exists as a pendulum swing in response to past government overreach where private behaviors such as homosexuality and contraception were criminalized and minorities excluded from various spheres in a way that was completely different to how such matters had been regarded earlier in American history, when for example Donald Trump's grandfather ran what was basically a brothel and this was considered to be completely acceptable. I really regard this as of a piece with Prohibition - basically a feminization and theocritization of American society. Females and ministers want a society where no one gets drunk or has extramarital sex or breaks the rules. Some of the review's of Friedrich's hotels mentioned that it was not a place where "respectable" women would be comfortable. Men don't worry about stuff like this until there are women around that they feel that they have to "protect" or show off for.

    Replies: @Alden, @Dissident

  228. @Abolish_public_education
    Does a Special Assistant to the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics report to the:

    • Deputy Vice-Liaison for Trampoline and Decahedral Ascent, or the

    • 2nd Assistant Under-Coordinator for Agricultural Pork Synthesis and Elliptical Latitude?

    Replies: @Goob, @kaganovitch

    Does a Special Assistant to the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics report to the:
    • Deputy Vice-Liaison for Trampoline and Decahedral Ascent, or the
    • 2nd Assistant Under-Coordinator for Agricultural Pork Synthesis and Elliptical Latitude?

    Hah! I’ll have you know, they report to him/her/them/xir

  229. @Polistra

    The man said he was going for a Marilyn Monroe look, but organizers of the carnival fundraiser in Bloomsburg, Pa., said he resembled Levine.
     
    You can understand the confusion, right? Dead ringers, the two of them.

    “The COVID-19 pandemic has brought hate and transphobia into the spotlight through relentless comments and slurs"
     
    Hey! We're just trying to raise awareness! (BTW, does anyone else notice that even the WP & NYT spend a lot of editorial space lately to exposing the nefarious deeds of internet trolls? TD, phone home!

    "Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine, who is a highly skilled, valued, and capable member of my administration and Transgender,”

    When they say things like "highly skilled, valued, and capable" you know it means they don't really believe it. Also, it's a member of Transgender? How does that work?

    Replies: @Dr. Krieger, @Inquiring Mind, @Lurker, @JerseyJeffersonian, @duncsbaby

    Me, I liked the capital T on transgender. A shorthand way of saying that this one is special to the Lord, so take notice, and disport yourself accordingly. Or else.

  230. @AnotherDad
    @Icy Blast


    And this is just the beginning of the horror…
     
    Horror--agreed. Beginning--no.

    Even some smart folks work at all the crazy like they are different things. No. They are the same thing: minoritarianism. And we are a good 50 years in.

    In a healthy society--tribe, community, nation--there is a culture, a set traditions, norms that keep things more or less on tract and allow the society to successfully reproduce itself. (If that fails it doesn't exist.)

    Minoritarianism decrees that any objections normal people (i.e. the majority) in society have to a minority's culture, attitudes, behavior are inherently illegitimate. Minorities must be allowed access to the majority. Any attempts by the majority to escape from minorities and their behaviors are illegitimate. And as minoritarianism has risen to utter dominance, even voicing objection to some minority behavior, and now even having an opinion about such a behavior are not to be tolerated.

    This is, of course, nuts.

    Any real society--tribe, nation--has to have a culture, a set of norms. That's what makes it a "society" and not just a random collection of people.

    Minoritarianism is essentially the ideology of society destruction. A "nation" is not allowed. The "society" is now nothing but a random collection of people--a marketplace--ruled by a bossy super-state to make sure you don't object to the marketplace's money men and looters.

    Replies: @Jack D

    Isn’t one of the main principles of our Constitution the protection of minorities from the tyranny of the majority? At what point does the majority’s “natural” right to shun the other become abuse?

    Minoritarianism (even your straw man version of it) exists as a pendulum swing in response to past government overreach where private behaviors such as homosexuality and contraception were criminalized and minorities excluded from various spheres in a way that was completely different to how such matters had been regarded earlier in American history, when for example Donald Trump’s grandfather ran what was basically a brothel and this was considered to be completely acceptable. I really regard this as of a piece with Prohibition – basically a feminization and theocritization of American society. Females and ministers want a society where no one gets drunk or has extramarital sex or breaks the rules. Some of the review’s of Friedrich’s hotels mentioned that it was not a place where “respectable” women would be comfortable. Men don’t worry about stuff like this until there are women around that they feel that they have to “protect” or show off for.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Jack D

    A great deal of high end prostitution $500-$1,000 an hour occurs in very expensive hotels. It’s not just the traveling men who call up the escort agencies. The expensive hookers often rent rooms in expensive hotels and the bookers send the men to the hotel. Management is fully aware. Disneyland in Anaheim. The motels around Disneyland are full of hookers and men looking for hookers at all hours of the day and night. Then there’s the rent by the hour hotels.

    Then for rural areas, there’s the circuit. The hookers move from town to town staying and working in local motels. Best thing about hotels is the safety and anonymity. Neighbors notice men coming and going.

    It’s an ancient tradition. Marriott, Hilton Ritz Carlton Hyatt Motel 6 ; hookers and hotels go together

    Replies: @JMcG

    , @Dissident
    @Jack D


    Minoritarianism (even your straw man version of it) exists as a pendulum swing in response to past government overreach where private behaviors such as homosexuality and contraception were criminalized
     
    Isn't a pendulum swing a commensurate response to something opposite? How far back must one go to find a time in the United States when repression of homosexual or "transgender" expression could reasonably be considered to have been commensurate to current levels of homomania and transmania?

    John Derbyshire has said that from his recollections of his native England, dating back to when homosexual acts were still de jure illegal, there was still de facto greater tolerance for those who engaged in such behavior-- as long as they remained reasonably discreet about it-- then there now is for anyone who is less-than completely embracing of homomania; anyone who does not, with full enthusiasm, celebrate it.

    Very much consistent with that assessment are my own recollections from the 1980's and early 1990's, primarily in New York City.

    Replies: @Jack D

  231. @Jack D
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    Sorry, but that's ridiculous. You can't read his mind from the way he looks. If Obama didn't want to kill Osama, he had a million excuses for not authorizing the raid. Conducting a raid on the territory of another sovereign (nuclear armed) nation that was an ostensible American ally was fraught with diplomatic risk. Operationally, it had huge military risks - the Pakistanis could have detected the raid and captured or killed all of the raiders. And so on. No one in Obama's leftist base would have criticized him for refusing to authorize the raid. He could have publicly announced to the world that bin Laden was living at this location in Pakistan and demanded that the Pakistanis arrest him and hand him over for trial. They wouldn't have done it but that would have been the right thing to do under "international law" and he could not have been criticized for that. So if the raid happened then it was because Obama wanted it to happen.

    Further, the raiders were under thinly veiled instructions to kill bin Laden on the spot. Obama could insisted on instructions to try to capture him alive but those were not the instructions that were issued and Obama was the one who had signed the shoot to kill order.

    There is a lot to criticize about Obama but you have to give credit where credit is due.

    Replies: @Johann Ricke, @Ghost of Bull Moose, @JMcG, @Hypnotoad666

    If Obama didn’t want to kill Osama, he had a million excuses for not authorizing the raid.

    Both of you are assuming Bin Ladin was killed in the raid and then “buried at sea” without any verifiable pictures or DNA confirmation of death. But I won’t go down that rabbit hole.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Hypnotoad666

    Right, he's alive and living with Hitler and Kennedy in Argentina.

    This is the result of our government and press having lied to us constantly for a century now. If they told you that the sun rose in the east you wouldn't believe them anymore.

    Replies: @Alden

    , @Lot
    @Hypnotoad666

    I feel a foreboding about you HT, like Election Fraud 2020 has you on the verge of going from top quality megaposter into the JohnnyWalker conspiracy theorist nuthouse.

    If that’s where you feel you belong, well nothing I can say will change your mind. But I am unironic hoping it doesn’t happen. JW’s first year of iSteve was really promising, solid paleo-leftism of the sort we need a lot more of. Now it is all Pedospiracies.

    http://www.planetcalypsoforum.com/gallery/files/1/2/6/0/1/hypnotoad.gif

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666

  232. @Hypnotoad666
    @Jack D


    If Obama didn’t want to kill Osama, he had a million excuses for not authorizing the raid.
     
    Both of you are assuming Bin Ladin was killed in the raid and then "buried at sea" without any verifiable pictures or DNA confirmation of death. But I won't go down that rabbit hole.

    Replies: @Jack D, @Lot

    Right, he’s alive and living with Hitler and Kennedy in Argentina.

    This is the result of our government and press having lied to us constantly for a century now. If they told you that the sun rose in the east you wouldn’t believe them anymore.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Jack D

    Very true. I just assume that if something is in the newspapers or stated by the government the opposite is true.

    Off topic. The head of the city of Baltimore anti violence agency Dante something was shot and killed visiting a project yesterday. His agency works with community activists and faith leaders aka grant hustling preachers to prevent violence and mediate conflicts. The agency adamantly does not work with police as the bamore police are racist and aggressive.

    One black activist down, thousands to go.

    Replies: @Bubba, @Bill Jones

  233. @JMcG
    @Jack D

    Jack, I think the possibility that the Pakis didn’t have full knowledge of the raid are vanishingly small. I’m not much given to conspiracy theories, but that whole raid and the story surrounding it stinks to high heaven.

    Replies: @Jack D

    The fact that they put the local doctor that the US had recruited as a spy in jail points to the opposite conclusion. Unless they just want to make him the fall guy which is also not impossible in a place like Pakistan.

    Another possibility is that they didn’t tell the Pakistani leadership in advance (because they surely would have arranged bid Laden’s escape) but once the raid was already underway they informed the Pakistani military (which is different than the ISI who was protecting bin Laden) and told them not to shoot at the Americans or they would really regret it.

  234. @ziggurat
    @Alden

    I don't think Trump was anti-white. He was vocally supportive of blacks and jews, but not vocally anti-white. Also, his policies were nominally supportive of whites.

    If Trump was anti-white, then what will Harris/Biden be?

    Regarding "America first", Trump's policy was more like "America tied with Israel for 1st place".

    Replies: @Alden

    I never watched Trump’s TV show or read about him in National inquirer. But since my only 2 issues are affirmative action and black crime, I remember a few years before he ran for president stating “ I love affirmative action” his exact words. Then He went on about how he thought affirmative action is wonderful.

    Affirmative action is anti White
    Trump “ loves affirmative action “

    Therefore Trump is anti White.

    I enjoyed the enemies of Whites angst and misery about Trump’s election. But anyone who loves affirmative action is anti White.

  235. @That Would Be Telling
    @GSR


    A year ago, last Jan, Feb and even March of 2020, the medical experts, including St Fauci, were all advising NOT to wear masks. Trump was “following the science”.
     
    You act like Trump had no agency. Why didn't he press Saint Fauci and his Surgeon General on the why, or not very publicly fire Fauci when he later admitted he lied. There was no feedback in the system expect maybe Tweets from Trump, not punishing liars who destroy confidence in our public health response has had very bad effects.

    Replies: @Ron Mexico, @photondancer

    Well, we’ve found the closet Democrat. This happens every single time.

    Democrat: “Trump should have followed the science!”
    Sane person: “The science said don’t wear masks”
    Democrat: “Trump should have ignored them!”
    Sane person: “You just said he should have followed them”
    Democrat: “Yes! Trump should have followed the science!”
    Sane person: “That’s what he did. So no masks”
    Democrat: “Trump was a monster for not mandating masks!”

    And so on. I wish I had a dollar for every time I’ve seen this flip flopping over the last 11 months.

    Incidentally, I have a great book called The Authoritarian Personality which says this ability to switch seamlessly between contradictory positions is a characteristic of authoritarian people. Orwell wrote of it too, of course. It doesn’t bode well for the USA that they’re now in power.

  236. @Jack D
    @Hypnotoad666

    Right, he's alive and living with Hitler and Kennedy in Argentina.

    This is the result of our government and press having lied to us constantly for a century now. If they told you that the sun rose in the east you wouldn't believe them anymore.

    Replies: @Alden

    Very true. I just assume that if something is in the newspapers or stated by the government the opposite is true.

    Off topic. The head of the city of Baltimore anti violence agency Dante something was shot and killed visiting a project yesterday. His agency works with community activists and faith leaders aka grant hustling preachers to prevent violence and mediate conflicts. The agency adamantly does not work with police as the bamore police are racist and aggressive.

    One black activist down, thousands to go.

    • Replies: @Bubba
    @Alden


    One black activist down, thousands to go.
     
    I think that offering a few thousand, free, all you can drink, one-way Carnival Cruises to Africa should do the trick. Of course, there would be a moderate reparations check due to the passenger upon embarcation in return for their USA passport and renouncing citizenship.

    And it would be much cheaper, easier & faster than emptying Cabrini-Green. Just ask Obama!
    , @Bill Jones
    @Alden

    The cognitive dissonance attendant to being Mayor of Baltimore is quite something.

  237. @Alden
    I’ve noted that every president that gave Jews everything, Johnson, Nixon and now Trump were treated horribly by Jews. Johnson prevented from running again, Nixon impeached Trump impeached and his re-election probably stolen.

    So maybe Biden and Harris will get the same treatment. Personally I don’t care. Every president since Eisenhower ; my entire life time has been activitely positively and affirmatively anti White.

    Replies: @ziggurat, @Peter D. Bredon, @Goob, @Lot

    The USA forced Israel to hold back in both 1967 and 1973. That was probably the right decision for LBJ and Nixon to make, but it showed that the USA was the senior partner in the alliance.

    A Jew run USA would have sent troops to help or at minimum given Israel a free hand to exploit the complete collapse of Egyptian and Syrian forces at the end of both of those wars.

    • Replies: @JMcG
    @Lot

    And then what happened in ‘68? Li-, Lib-, something. And what did we do after the Israelis attacked our ship and killed a bunch of Americans? Not a damn thing, that’s what we did.

    , @Alden
    @Lot

    I was not referring to Nixon and Israel. I wrote about Nixon’s anti White domestic policies.

    My only issues are affirmative action and black on White crime.

    Richard Nixon was the affirmative action president, even worse than Johnson. He continued Johnson’s funding of tens of thousands of legal aid and other anti White foundations. Those federally funded foundations employed thousands of ultra liberal heavily Jewish activists. They just swarmed into every school district and federal state and local government agency in America.

    It was those activist anti White heavily Jewish crusading NGO grifters that filed the legal aid law suits and soon ruled the country.

    There’s much much more to the Jewish agenda than Israel. It’s destroying America just as they destroyed medieval early modern Poland S Africa and Palestine. Not even destroying America but destroying White Americans.

    That’s what I meant when I write that Nixon gave jews everything they wanted. And as soon as his job was finished they destroyed Nixon.

    And he deserved it for his war against Whites.

    He did send American troops into Palestine to actually fight with the Israelis. He ordered the army to airlift every single tank we had in Europe to Palestine to help the Jews. We never got the tanks back. Tanks weren’t the only thing either. Nixon Kissinger emptier American armories and warehouses in Europe to help the Jews.

    And out European allies, especially Germany and Austria were disgusted with our abandoning them to a Russian invasion to help Israel. Israel would not have won the 1973 war without Nixon’s American combat and support soldiers and stripping our European bases.

    Enough. My only issues are the anti White government’s affirmative action and aiding and abetting of black crime.

    Replies: @Jay Igaboo

  238. @Hypnotoad666
    @Jack D


    If Obama didn’t want to kill Osama, he had a million excuses for not authorizing the raid.
     
    Both of you are assuming Bin Ladin was killed in the raid and then "buried at sea" without any verifiable pictures or DNA confirmation of death. But I won't go down that rabbit hole.

    Replies: @Jack D, @Lot

    I feel a foreboding about you HT, like Election Fraud 2020 has you on the verge of going from top quality megaposter into the JohnnyWalker conspiracy theorist nuthouse.

    If that’s where you feel you belong, well nothing I can say will change your mind. But I am unironic hoping it doesn’t happen. JW’s first year of iSteve was really promising, solid paleo-leftism of the sort we need a lot more of. Now it is all Pedospiracies.

    • Agree: Dissident
    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666
    @Lot

    Thanks Lot, I appreciate the concern and constructive criticism. On this particular one (Bin Ladin not really "buried at sea"), I was 95% tongue in cheek. But I will admit these trying times are tending to radicalize me a bit.

    Election fraud is my temporary hobbyhorse, but I'll try to pull back before I start going full Q and Pizzagate, or move to a one-room cabin in the woods.

    P.S., say "hi" to the wife for me.

    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/16/86/f3/1686f356ec89b2d39ed76f40fecd594e.jpg

    Replies: @Jay Igaboo, @Lot

  239. @Old Prude
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Trump's farewell speech was a wet dishrag. Absolutely lame, but a fitting end to a presidency which did nothing which was promised. Let's be honest: Who could listen to that speech and not think "Cuck".

    He could have told an angry tale about how the Deep State stymied the American people's will for four years, culminating in stealing the election. Instead he droned on about Jerusalem and jobs for minorities. Sad!

    Replies: @Ron Mexico, @YetAnotherAnon

    “He could have told an angry tale about how the Deep State stymied the American people’s will for four years, culminating in stealing the election.”

    I’m not sure he actually wants to go to prison and be bankrupted. Can’t say I blame him.

    People used to say, “Import the Third World, Become the Third World”, but I don’t think many people realised how quick the process would be.

    He did say he’d be back.

  240. Hair and makeup courtesy Helen Keller.

  241. @Lot
    @Alden

    The USA forced Israel to hold back in both 1967 and 1973. That was probably the right decision for LBJ and Nixon to make, but it showed that the USA was the senior partner in the alliance.

    A Jew run USA would have sent troops to help or at minimum given Israel a free hand to exploit the complete collapse of Egyptian and Syrian forces at the end of both of those wars.

    https://c4.legalinsurrection.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Life-Magazine-Israeli-Soldier-Swims-in-Suez-Canal-1967.jpg

    https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/aJAAAOSwqmJfRRvv/s-l300.jpg

    Replies: @JMcG, @Alden

    And then what happened in ‘68? Li-, Lib-, something. And what did we do after the Israelis attacked our ship and killed a bunch of Americans? Not a damn thing, that’s what we did.

  242. @Anonymous
    Your(?) old theory that it may have to do with roids could be valid.

    An acquaintance in his mid-40s was a successful businessman with a hot wife and a couple of adopted kids (someone had fertility issues, I assumed it was the wife, but maybe not).

    Suddenly, he became an amateur male model. A professional clothes horse who models clothing and “style” for others (and gets paid for it).

    He has a reasonable physique, but isn’t particularly handsome. It isn’t unlikely that he used steroids at a younger age.

    Although he isn’t transgender, given the conservative community he comes from, the only reasonable explanation is that he snapped.

    Do anabolic steroids cause some kind of permanent damage that manifests in males as their hormone levels drop, and turns their brains female?

    Replies: @Alden

    What’s wrong with making a little extra money as a model? All sorts of people have side jobs. Fixing cars Uber and cab drivers handyman and remodeling gardening inventory stocking new stores sewing and dressmaking man with a Van small moving company house painting installing flat screen TVs and hooking everything up fixing other people’s computers Even physicians and nurses often work an extra shift somewhere.

    It’s just a side job.

  243. @Ron Mexico
    @That Would Be Telling

    Trump was very critical, often enough, but Fauci had already been made up by the media as the be all end all.

    at the first debate:

    WALLACE

    I was asking, sir, about masks.

    BIDEN

    Oh. Masks -- masks make a big difference. His own head of the CDC said if we just wore masks between now -- if everybody wore masks and social distancing between now and January, we'd probably save up to 100,000 lives. It matters,

    TRUMP

    And they've also said the opposite. They've also said the --

    BIDEN

    No serious person has said the opposite --

    TRUMP

    What about Dr. Fauci? Dr. Fauci said the opposite.

    BIDEN

    He did not say the opposite.

    30:27 TRUMP

    He said very strongly: Masks are not good. Then he changed his mind. He's admitted -- I’m ok with masks.

    Then Wallace changes the subject as he did the entire night.

    Replies: @That Would Be Telling

    And how much better would that debate, and the whole crisis have gone if Trump said “Fauci admitted he lied about masks back in [insert month], and I fired him for that lie and squandering the trust of the American people.” Wouldn’t have given Wallace any leverage by changing the topic, and since when does Trump care about the Fake News media, and was not able to counter propaganda as overt as their canonizing Fauci.

    I mean, it’s not like Fauci didn’t go on to make more lies, and then admit to at least one of them (percentages needed for herd immunity to encourage vaccination in some twisted way), further squandering the most important thing our public health community in theory had. See also Fauci violating mask wearing at that game.

    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
    @That Would Be Telling

    So not firing Fauci kept you from voting for Trump? Made you vote for Biden?

  244. @anon
    @Jack D

    Anyway, my question is that when trannies “change” their sex, does their ratio of attempts to completed suicides match their birth gender or their adopted gender?

    Neither. It's probably going to become impossible to study soon, if not already, because the results are not desired. A lot like Putnam's research results on diversity; the expected result isn't politically acceptable, so...nah.

    A couple of years ago I ran across a study done in Sweden back in the 1980's and the actual rate of suicide among people who had gone the full "cut me up" route was much higher than either "generic" men or women. Well meaning people will claim that's just because of the trans person not being fully accepted, or something. It's more likely that the mental dysfunction leading to gender dysphoria is the driver; they tend strongly towards depression, just for a start.

    I can't pull up that study with a quick search, it's probably still out there and my search terms are incorrect. When I find it I'll save it as a PDF or some other format, because things like that are getting more and more difficult to find for some mysterious reason or other.

    Replies: @photondancer

    This study was the top result when I googled on the terms Sweden, suicide and transgender:

    https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0016885

    It may not be the one you’re thinking of, since it’s longitudinal, but it found the same results. Clicking on the ‘media coverage’ link on that page reveals the HuffPo screeching (of course) that the study endangers transgender youth. Not the surgery or the dysphoria, but the study. Right.

    • Replies: @anon
    @photondancer

    That is not the study I was referencing, however it's longitudinal and from 2011, much more useful. Thanks very much.

    Huffpo screeching

    Of course. Because reasons. Mean old reality!

    One detail in Results was a surprise but should not have been:


    The overall mortality for sex-reassigned persons was higher during follow-up (aHR 2.8; 95% CI 1.8–4.3) than for controls of the same birth sex, particularly death from suicide (aHR 19.1; 95% CI 5.8–62.9). Sex-reassigned persons also had an increased risk for suicide attempts (aHR 4.9; 95% CI 2.9–8.5) and psychiatric inpatient care (aHR 2.8; 95% CI 2.0–3.9). Comparisons with controls matched on reassigned sex yielded similar results. Female-to-males, but not male-to-females, had a higher risk for criminal convictions than their respective birth sex controls.
     
    Testosterone is one heck of a drug.

    Thanks again.

    Replies: @photondancer, @R.G. Camara

  245. I observe, with no element of surprise whatsoever. that Levine, in whatever manifestation it presents itself as , is as Jewish as pastrami on rye.
    People, including Jews, should take note and ponder upon why Jews ( especially secular Jews) have such an over-representation amongst the mentally unbalanced, the neurotic and the malign, and instead of worshipping them, sorry.celebrating them, call them on their fuckupedness and their desire to propagate it.

    If they do so, and do it concurrently with a scientifically rigorous study, it will possibly, in time, lead to be of benefit to Jew and non-Jew alike

  246. @Jack D
    @AnotherDad

    Isn't one of the main principles of our Constitution the protection of minorities from the tyranny of the majority? At what point does the majority's "natural" right to shun the other become abuse?

    Minoritarianism (even your straw man version of it) exists as a pendulum swing in response to past government overreach where private behaviors such as homosexuality and contraception were criminalized and minorities excluded from various spheres in a way that was completely different to how such matters had been regarded earlier in American history, when for example Donald Trump's grandfather ran what was basically a brothel and this was considered to be completely acceptable. I really regard this as of a piece with Prohibition - basically a feminization and theocritization of American society. Females and ministers want a society where no one gets drunk or has extramarital sex or breaks the rules. Some of the review's of Friedrich's hotels mentioned that it was not a place where "respectable" women would be comfortable. Men don't worry about stuff like this until there are women around that they feel that they have to "protect" or show off for.

    Replies: @Alden, @Dissident

    A great deal of high end prostitution $500-$1,000 an hour occurs in very expensive hotels. It’s not just the traveling men who call up the escort agencies. The expensive hookers often rent rooms in expensive hotels and the bookers send the men to the hotel. Management is fully aware. Disneyland in Anaheim. The motels around Disneyland are full of hookers and men looking for hookers at all hours of the day and night. Then there’s the rent by the hour hotels.

    Then for rural areas, there’s the circuit. The hookers move from town to town staying and working in local motels. Best thing about hotels is the safety and anonymity. Neighbors notice men coming and going.

    It’s an ancient tradition. Marriott, Hilton Ritz Carlton Hyatt Motel 6 ; hookers and hotels go together

    • Replies: @JMcG
    @Alden

    I know a few blue collar guys who save up for a month or two and then do exactly this. Some of them have a particular girl from Russia or the Ukraine whose schedule they follow. They used to use Back Pages, but I think that was shut down. Sad all around.

  247. @J
    This is resembling Imperial Rome in its decadence. I am expecting a horse to be elected senator.

    Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin, @Bubba

    I’m sure another Senator or some Congresspuke would marry it.

  248. @Lot
    @Alden

    The USA forced Israel to hold back in both 1967 and 1973. That was probably the right decision for LBJ and Nixon to make, but it showed that the USA was the senior partner in the alliance.

    A Jew run USA would have sent troops to help or at minimum given Israel a free hand to exploit the complete collapse of Egyptian and Syrian forces at the end of both of those wars.

    https://c4.legalinsurrection.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Life-Magazine-Israeli-Soldier-Swims-in-Suez-Canal-1967.jpg

    https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/aJAAAOSwqmJfRRvv/s-l300.jpg

    Replies: @JMcG, @Alden

    I was not referring to Nixon and Israel. I wrote about Nixon’s anti White domestic policies.

    My only issues are affirmative action and black on White crime.

    Richard Nixon was the affirmative action president, even worse than Johnson. He continued Johnson’s funding of tens of thousands of legal aid and other anti White foundations. Those federally funded foundations employed thousands of ultra liberal heavily Jewish activists. They just swarmed into every school district and federal state and local government agency in America.

    It was those activist anti White heavily Jewish crusading NGO grifters that filed the legal aid law suits and soon ruled the country.

    There’s much much more to the Jewish agenda than Israel. It’s destroying America just as they destroyed medieval early modern Poland S Africa and Palestine. Not even destroying America but destroying White Americans.

    That’s what I meant when I write that Nixon gave jews everything they wanted. And as soon as his job was finished they destroyed Nixon.

    And he deserved it for his war against Whites.

    He did send American troops into Palestine to actually fight with the Israelis. He ordered the army to airlift every single tank we had in Europe to Palestine to help the Jews. We never got the tanks back. Tanks weren’t the only thing either. Nixon Kissinger emptier American armories and warehouses in Europe to help the Jews.

    And out European allies, especially Germany and Austria were disgusted with our abandoning them to a Russian invasion to help Israel. Israel would not have won the 1973 war without Nixon’s American combat and support soldiers and stripping our European bases.

    Enough. My only issues are the anti White government’s affirmative action and aiding and abetting of black crime.

    • Replies: @Jay Igaboo
    @Alden

    .


    He ordered the army to airlift every single tank we had in Europe to Palestine to help the Jews. We never got the tanks back. Tanks weren’t the only thing either. Nixon Kissinger emptier American armories and warehouses in Europe to help the Jews.
     
    Eh?!!
    I'm very much against White boys,(particularly White boys, but also Black Brown or Oriental boys fighting Jewish wars) and I agree with your main point, but I'm staggered by your claim in my blockquote (above).
    I was in the British Army from '66 to '77, twice stationed briefly in Germany and I'm certain that if the Yanks shifted even 15-20% of their armour from W, Germany to Israel, someone would have noticed - you can't slip through customs with a thousand tanks in a suitcase.
    We, and the other NATO allies would have been buzzing with the news- especially as The Warsaw Pact would have buzzed even louder, maybe even went motorvatin' their T 34s NST 72s over the Weser!
    Keep it real, Alden.

    Replies: @anon

  249. @Alden
    @Jack D

    Very true. I just assume that if something is in the newspapers or stated by the government the opposite is true.

    Off topic. The head of the city of Baltimore anti violence agency Dante something was shot and killed visiting a project yesterday. His agency works with community activists and faith leaders aka grant hustling preachers to prevent violence and mediate conflicts. The agency adamantly does not work with police as the bamore police are racist and aggressive.

    One black activist down, thousands to go.

    Replies: @Bubba, @Bill Jones

    One black activist down, thousands to go.

    I think that offering a few thousand, free, all you can drink, one-way Carnival Cruises to Africa should do the trick. Of course, there would be a moderate reparations check due to the passenger upon embarcation in return for their USA passport and renouncing citizenship.

    And it would be much cheaper, easier & faster than emptying Cabrini-Green. Just ask Obama!

  250. @Lot
    @Hypnotoad666

    I feel a foreboding about you HT, like Election Fraud 2020 has you on the verge of going from top quality megaposter into the JohnnyWalker conspiracy theorist nuthouse.

    If that’s where you feel you belong, well nothing I can say will change your mind. But I am unironic hoping it doesn’t happen. JW’s first year of iSteve was really promising, solid paleo-leftism of the sort we need a lot more of. Now it is all Pedospiracies.

    http://www.planetcalypsoforum.com/gallery/files/1/2/6/0/1/hypnotoad.gif

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666

    Thanks Lot, I appreciate the concern and constructive criticism. On this particular one (Bin Ladin not really “buried at sea”), I was 95% tongue in cheek. But I will admit these trying times are tending to radicalize me a bit.

    Election fraud is my temporary hobbyhorse, but I’ll try to pull back before I start going full Q and Pizzagate, or move to a one-room cabin in the woods.

    P.S., say “hi” to the wife for me.

    • LOL: Ron Mexico
    • Replies: @Jay Igaboo
    @Hypnotoad666

    Don't get involved with Lot's wife, Hypnotoad: I read somewhere that she was one salty bitch!

    , @Lot
    @Hypnotoad666

    “ P.S., say “hi” to the wife for me.”

    Not falling for that one. No turning back, no warning, just instant salinization.

  251. anon[385] • Disclaimer says:
    @photondancer
    @anon

    This study was the top result when I googled on the terms Sweden, suicide and transgender:

    https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0016885

    It may not be the one you're thinking of, since it's longitudinal, but it found the same results. Clicking on the 'media coverage' link on that page reveals the HuffPo screeching (of course) that the study endangers transgender youth. Not the surgery or the dysphoria, but the study. Right.

    Replies: @anon

    That is not the study I was referencing, however it’s longitudinal and from 2011, much more useful. Thanks very much.

    Huffpo screeching

    Of course. Because reasons. Mean old reality!

    One detail in Results was a surprise but should not have been:

    The overall mortality for sex-reassigned persons was higher during follow-up (aHR 2.8; 95% CI 1.8–4.3) than for controls of the same birth sex, particularly death from suicide (aHR 19.1; 95% CI 5.8–62.9). Sex-reassigned persons also had an increased risk for suicide attempts (aHR 4.9; 95% CI 2.9–8.5) and psychiatric inpatient care (aHR 2.8; 95% CI 2.0–3.9). Comparisons with controls matched on reassigned sex yielded similar results. Female-to-males, but not male-to-females, had a higher risk for criminal convictions than their respective birth sex controls.

    Testosterone is one heck of a drug.

    Thanks again.

    • Replies: @photondancer
    @anon

    You're welcome. I've seen that note about FtoM crime rate being higher elsewhere. Curious how "you are more likely to commit crime" is never mentioned as a side effect of transition.

    Mind you, when a MtoF goes off the rails they really go off. There was a case in Sydney a couple of years ago when a MtoF grabbed an axe and began laying about him, seriously injuring three people (it probably would have been more had it not been late at night). I've read of others. Tinkering with hormones just isn't safe, especially when combined with other drugs.

    Funny quote from the court case about the axe wielder:
    "She became upset after comments from her date's housemate about how she was "brave" caused her to feel identified as transgender."

    A transgender becomes murderously upset at being identified as transgender. Oh the humanity! You cannot win with these people.

    , @R.G. Camara
    @anon

    I remember an anecdote I heard once about bodybuilders. They were all taking synthetic testosterone to increase their muscles, and the female ones were astonished at how much they were masturbating as a result.

    The female bodybuilders came into the gym after a few weeks and said, "We can't believe how horny we are. We're amazed you guys aren't just going around raping everything in sight. We have much more respect for your self-control now."

  252. @MIke_from_SGV
    Here comes New America, good and hard. If Trump had dropped the WWF style, and acted more serious (e.g. advocating masks) when the pandemic hit a year ago, he'd be getting re-installed tomorrow. Even if someone thinks masks don't work and the whole thing is overblown, the fact is that most people think the opposite, and a successful politician needs to read the mood of the country. Now we have 4+ years of woke totalitarianism.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Pericles, @GSR, @Paul Mendez

    If Trump had dropped the WWF style, and acted more serious (e.g. advocating masks) when the pandemic hit a year ago…

    …Democrats would still have stolen the election.

  253. @Jack D
    @AnotherDad

    Isn't one of the main principles of our Constitution the protection of minorities from the tyranny of the majority? At what point does the majority's "natural" right to shun the other become abuse?

    Minoritarianism (even your straw man version of it) exists as a pendulum swing in response to past government overreach where private behaviors such as homosexuality and contraception were criminalized and minorities excluded from various spheres in a way that was completely different to how such matters had been regarded earlier in American history, when for example Donald Trump's grandfather ran what was basically a brothel and this was considered to be completely acceptable. I really regard this as of a piece with Prohibition - basically a feminization and theocritization of American society. Females and ministers want a society where no one gets drunk or has extramarital sex or breaks the rules. Some of the review's of Friedrich's hotels mentioned that it was not a place where "respectable" women would be comfortable. Men don't worry about stuff like this until there are women around that they feel that they have to "protect" or show off for.

    Replies: @Alden, @Dissident

    Minoritarianism (even your straw man version of it) exists as a pendulum swing in response to past government overreach where private behaviors such as homosexuality and contraception were criminalized

    Isn’t a pendulum swing a commensurate response to something opposite? How far back must one go to find a time in the United States when repression of homosexual or “transgender” expression could reasonably be considered to have been commensurate to current levels of homomania and transmania?

    John Derbyshire has said that from his recollections of his native England, dating back to when homosexual acts were still de jure illegal, there was still de facto greater tolerance for those who engaged in such behavior– as long as they remained reasonably discreet about it– then there now is for anyone who is less-than completely embracing of homomania; anyone who does not, with full enthusiasm, celebrate it.

    Very much consistent with that assessment are my own recollections from the 1980’s and early 1990’s, primarily in New York City.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Dissident


    Very much consistent with that assessment are my own recollections from the 1980’s and early 1990’s, primarily in New York City.
     
    You'd have to go further back than that, at least to the early '60s or '50s. Remember that Turing was prosecuted for homosexuality in the UK in 1952 and had to take female hormones to kill his libido in lieu of going to prison. He also lost his security clearance and ability to visit the US (but not his academic job).

    You could say that Turing crossed the line of being reasonably discreet when he confessed that he had a sexual relationship with a "rough trade" teenager that he had picked up and who later returned to burgle his house. A less naive man would not have gone to the police for fear of opening this very can of worms.

    Laws criminalizing sodomy remained on the books in the US until 2003. As late as 1986 they were upheld by the Supreme Court. Although prosecutions were not frequent, neither were they unknown.

    When they start sentencing homophobes to prison or hormone treatment for their homophobia, let me know.

  254. @Alden
    @Lot

    I was not referring to Nixon and Israel. I wrote about Nixon’s anti White domestic policies.

    My only issues are affirmative action and black on White crime.

    Richard Nixon was the affirmative action president, even worse than Johnson. He continued Johnson’s funding of tens of thousands of legal aid and other anti White foundations. Those federally funded foundations employed thousands of ultra liberal heavily Jewish activists. They just swarmed into every school district and federal state and local government agency in America.

    It was those activist anti White heavily Jewish crusading NGO grifters that filed the legal aid law suits and soon ruled the country.

    There’s much much more to the Jewish agenda than Israel. It’s destroying America just as they destroyed medieval early modern Poland S Africa and Palestine. Not even destroying America but destroying White Americans.

    That’s what I meant when I write that Nixon gave jews everything they wanted. And as soon as his job was finished they destroyed Nixon.

    And he deserved it for his war against Whites.

    He did send American troops into Palestine to actually fight with the Israelis. He ordered the army to airlift every single tank we had in Europe to Palestine to help the Jews. We never got the tanks back. Tanks weren’t the only thing either. Nixon Kissinger emptier American armories and warehouses in Europe to help the Jews.

    And out European allies, especially Germany and Austria were disgusted with our abandoning them to a Russian invasion to help Israel. Israel would not have won the 1973 war without Nixon’s American combat and support soldiers and stripping our European bases.

    Enough. My only issues are the anti White government’s affirmative action and aiding and abetting of black crime.

    Replies: @Jay Igaboo

    .

    He ordered the army to airlift every single tank we had in Europe to Palestine to help the Jews. We never got the tanks back. Tanks weren’t the only thing either. Nixon Kissinger emptier American armories and warehouses in Europe to help the Jews.

    Eh?!!
    I’m very much against White boys,(particularly White boys, but also Black Brown or Oriental boys fighting Jewish wars) and I agree with your main point, but I’m staggered by your claim in my blockquote (above).
    I was in the British Army from ’66 to ’77, twice stationed briefly in Germany and I’m certain that if the Yanks shifted even 15-20% of their armour from W, Germany to Israel, someone would have noticed – you can’t slip through customs with a thousand tanks in a suitcase.
    We, and the other NATO allies would have been buzzing with the news- especially as The Warsaw Pact would have buzzed even louder, maybe even went motorvatin’ their T 34s NST 72s over the Weser!
    Keep it real, Alden.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Jay Igaboo

    Dude, you responded to a known troll, one that is possibly drunkpoasting. The 1973 US resupply of Israel is well known. No armor was moved from Europe, it all came from CONUS via the Azores.

    https://www.airforcemag.com/article/The-Yom-Kippur-Airlift/
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Nickel_Grass

  255. @Stan Adams
    @James O'Meara

    When the weather is nice (as it is tonight) I like to sit in front of my house in the evening. Unfortunately, I have a pair of loud-mouthed Trump-hating neighbors who make several laps through the complex shortly after dark. They're about my age (millennial) and they talk so loudly that I can hear them from five or six houses away. Their conversations are so incredibly, mind-numbingly insipid that I find myself nodding off as I'm forced to listen to them.

    If it's not Orange Man Bad Hooray Biden Will Return Everything to Normal and Put MAGA Assholes in Concentration Camps, it's I Don't Like Chicago Deep Dish Pizza I Want a Slice of Pizza Not a Sandwich or You Snore Yes I Snore Your Snoring Is Loud Yes My Snoring Is Very Loud Ha Ha Ha Ha and so on. Usually it's women who prattle on like this, but in this relationship the man is even worse.

    What goes on in the mind of a white Biden voter? Nothing worth mentioning.

    Replies: @Forbes, @Rubicon

    Stan: good luck!
    But this is when we quote Eleanor Roosevelt who said:

    Great Minds discuss ideas
    Average Minds discuss events
    Small minds discuss other people.

    We’re very sorry for your plight. We’d suggest you place ER’s classic observation on a very large poster, but it’s probably a lost cause because your neighbor’s intellect wouldn’t even comprehend what ER stated.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
    @Rubicon

    And where does your discussion of Mrs Roosevelt place you?

    (and me you? etc etc.)

  256. @Hypnotoad666
    @Lot

    Thanks Lot, I appreciate the concern and constructive criticism. On this particular one (Bin Ladin not really "buried at sea"), I was 95% tongue in cheek. But I will admit these trying times are tending to radicalize me a bit.

    Election fraud is my temporary hobbyhorse, but I'll try to pull back before I start going full Q and Pizzagate, or move to a one-room cabin in the woods.

    P.S., say "hi" to the wife for me.

    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/16/86/f3/1686f356ec89b2d39ed76f40fecd594e.jpg

    Replies: @Jay Igaboo, @Lot

    Don’t get involved with Lot’s wife, Hypnotoad: I read somewhere that she was one salty bitch!

    • LOL: black sea
  257. @Frank McGar
    @Reg Cæsar

    How about Washanda?

    The Maryland/DC/VA area is an incredibly beautiful place geographically. Too bad about the people.

    Replies: @Jim Christian

    The Maryland/DC/VA area is an incredibly beautiful place geographically.

    No it isn’t. The whole thing sits on a swamp. Too hot for 5 months out of the year the topography traps fumes and pollution close to the ground throughout the region all summer long. The beaches are the suckiest in the East, the mountains aren’t particularly majestic, although Rt. 211 W is one of the greatest fast-bike tracks in highway-building history.

    If you think DC/Va/Md is beautiful on any level, you need to go almost anywhere else.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Jim Christian

    There's no accounting for taste and it's true that downtown DC itself is rather swampy (more elevated in the northern section where all the foreign embassies and the VP's house is but OTOH Foggy Bottom where the State Dept. is was truly a swamp). But if you broaden your horizons to all of MD and VA there are some lovely places, especially to the west. I'm not a beach lover but Assateague Island is as lovely as any other Atlantic barrier island.

    Much of the US South has a rather steamy climate in summer but the invention of air conditioning has made the area livable as evidenced by the fact that many millions of people have moved into the region since it became widespread.

  258. @Jay Igaboo
    @Alden

    .


    He ordered the army to airlift every single tank we had in Europe to Palestine to help the Jews. We never got the tanks back. Tanks weren’t the only thing either. Nixon Kissinger emptier American armories and warehouses in Europe to help the Jews.
     
    Eh?!!
    I'm very much against White boys,(particularly White boys, but also Black Brown or Oriental boys fighting Jewish wars) and I agree with your main point, but I'm staggered by your claim in my blockquote (above).
    I was in the British Army from '66 to '77, twice stationed briefly in Germany and I'm certain that if the Yanks shifted even 15-20% of their armour from W, Germany to Israel, someone would have noticed - you can't slip through customs with a thousand tanks in a suitcase.
    We, and the other NATO allies would have been buzzing with the news- especially as The Warsaw Pact would have buzzed even louder, maybe even went motorvatin' their T 34s NST 72s over the Weser!
    Keep it real, Alden.

    Replies: @anon

    Dude, you responded to a known troll, one that is possibly drunkpoasting. The 1973 US resupply of Israel is well known. No armor was moved from Europe, it all came from CONUS via the Azores.

    https://www.airforcemag.com/article/The-Yom-Kippur-Airlift/
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Nickel_Grass

  259. @Hypnotoad666
    @Lot

    Thanks Lot, I appreciate the concern and constructive criticism. On this particular one (Bin Ladin not really "buried at sea"), I was 95% tongue in cheek. But I will admit these trying times are tending to radicalize me a bit.

    Election fraud is my temporary hobbyhorse, but I'll try to pull back before I start going full Q and Pizzagate, or move to a one-room cabin in the woods.

    P.S., say "hi" to the wife for me.

    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/16/86/f3/1686f356ec89b2d39ed76f40fecd594e.jpg

    Replies: @Jay Igaboo, @Lot

    “ P.S., say “hi” to the wife for me.”

    Not falling for that one. No turning back, no warning, just instant salinization.

  260. @anon
    @photondancer

    That is not the study I was referencing, however it's longitudinal and from 2011, much more useful. Thanks very much.

    Huffpo screeching

    Of course. Because reasons. Mean old reality!

    One detail in Results was a surprise but should not have been:


    The overall mortality for sex-reassigned persons was higher during follow-up (aHR 2.8; 95% CI 1.8–4.3) than for controls of the same birth sex, particularly death from suicide (aHR 19.1; 95% CI 5.8–62.9). Sex-reassigned persons also had an increased risk for suicide attempts (aHR 4.9; 95% CI 2.9–8.5) and psychiatric inpatient care (aHR 2.8; 95% CI 2.0–3.9). Comparisons with controls matched on reassigned sex yielded similar results. Female-to-males, but not male-to-females, had a higher risk for criminal convictions than their respective birth sex controls.
     
    Testosterone is one heck of a drug.

    Thanks again.

    Replies: @photondancer, @R.G. Camara

    You’re welcome. I’ve seen that note about FtoM crime rate being higher elsewhere. Curious how “you are more likely to commit crime” is never mentioned as a side effect of transition.

    Mind you, when a MtoF goes off the rails they really go off. There was a case in Sydney a couple of years ago when a MtoF grabbed an axe and began laying about him, seriously injuring three people (it probably would have been more had it not been late at night). I’ve read of others. Tinkering with hormones just isn’t safe, especially when combined with other drugs.

    Funny quote from the court case about the axe wielder:
    “She became upset after comments from her date’s housemate about how she was “brave” caused her to feel identified as transgender.”

    A transgender becomes murderously upset at being identified as transgender. Oh the humanity! You cannot win with these people.

  261. @anon
    @photondancer

    That is not the study I was referencing, however it's longitudinal and from 2011, much more useful. Thanks very much.

    Huffpo screeching

    Of course. Because reasons. Mean old reality!

    One detail in Results was a surprise but should not have been:


    The overall mortality for sex-reassigned persons was higher during follow-up (aHR 2.8; 95% CI 1.8–4.3) than for controls of the same birth sex, particularly death from suicide (aHR 19.1; 95% CI 5.8–62.9). Sex-reassigned persons also had an increased risk for suicide attempts (aHR 4.9; 95% CI 2.9–8.5) and psychiatric inpatient care (aHR 2.8; 95% CI 2.0–3.9). Comparisons with controls matched on reassigned sex yielded similar results. Female-to-males, but not male-to-females, had a higher risk for criminal convictions than their respective birth sex controls.
     
    Testosterone is one heck of a drug.

    Thanks again.

    Replies: @photondancer, @R.G. Camara

    I remember an anecdote I heard once about bodybuilders. They were all taking synthetic testosterone to increase their muscles, and the female ones were astonished at how much they were masturbating as a result.

    The female bodybuilders came into the gym after a few weeks and said, “We can’t believe how horny we are. We’re amazed you guys aren’t just going around raping everything in sight. We have much more respect for your self-control now.”

  262. Back around 1960 the US had a couple of hundred thousand beds for the criminally insane, We are now (I’m told) down to about 25,000 with a population about twice as large.
    Where did the insane go?
    Into Government.

    • LOL: Jack D
  263. @Polistra

    The man said he was going for a Marilyn Monroe look, but organizers of the carnival fundraiser in Bloomsburg, Pa., said he resembled Levine.
     
    You can understand the confusion, right? Dead ringers, the two of them.

    “The COVID-19 pandemic has brought hate and transphobia into the spotlight through relentless comments and slurs"
     
    Hey! We're just trying to raise awareness! (BTW, does anyone else notice that even the WP & NYT spend a lot of editorial space lately to exposing the nefarious deeds of internet trolls? TD, phone home!

    "Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine, who is a highly skilled, valued, and capable member of my administration and Transgender,”

    When they say things like "highly skilled, valued, and capable" you know it means they don't really believe it. Also, it's a member of Transgender? How does that work?

    Replies: @Dr. Krieger, @Inquiring Mind, @Lurker, @JerseyJeffersonian, @duncsbaby

    Remember to maintain the correct social distance from all Transgender members.

  264. @That Would Be Telling
    @Ron Mexico

    And how much better would that debate, and the whole crisis have gone if Trump said "Fauci admitted he lied about masks back in [insert month], and I fired him for that lie and squandering the trust of the American people." Wouldn't have given Wallace any leverage by changing the topic, and since when does Trump care about the Fake News media, and was not able to counter propaganda as overt as their canonizing Fauci.

    I mean, it's not like Fauci didn't go on to make more lies, and then admit to at least one of them (percentages needed for herd immunity to encourage vaccination in some twisted way), further squandering the most important thing our public health community in theory had. See also Fauci violating mask wearing at that game.

    Replies: @Ron Mexico

    So not firing Fauci kept you from voting for Trump? Made you vote for Biden?

  265. @Alden
    @Jack D

    Very true. I just assume that if something is in the newspapers or stated by the government the opposite is true.

    Off topic. The head of the city of Baltimore anti violence agency Dante something was shot and killed visiting a project yesterday. His agency works with community activists and faith leaders aka grant hustling preachers to prevent violence and mediate conflicts. The agency adamantly does not work with police as the bamore police are racist and aggressive.

    One black activist down, thousands to go.

    Replies: @Bubba, @Bill Jones

    The cognitive dissonance attendant to being Mayor of Baltimore is quite something.

  266. @J.Ross
    Good thing we rejected Weimar solutions for Weimar problems because now this is happening.

    Replies: @Frank McGar, @James Forrestal

    Good thing we rejected Weimar solutions for Weimar problems because now this is happening.

    Weimerica indeed.

    What did the “bad guys” do to Hirschfeld’s “scientific” institute again?

    “The Nazi book burnings in Berlin included the archives of the Institute. After the Nazis gained control of Germany in the 1930s, the institute and its libraries were destroyed as part of a Nazi government ‘censorship’ program by youth brigades, who burned its books and documents in the street.”

    Oy vey! It was like a tranny/ buggery book shoah! Never again!

    Here we see a Mr. Kohn (variant of “Cohen”) explaining the sheer horror of the SIX MILLION books that were cremated in this horrific hortatory holocaust — though he’s not really clear on whether these “scientific” tomes were gassed first, or simply thrown alive into the ovens:

    https://timeline.com/how-the-nazis-derailed-the-medical-advances-around-sexual-reassignment-surgery-eb8d4f21c463

    Mr. Sailer speculates:

    But, who knows, maybe there is an actual transmissible germ that drives you nuts when you look in the mirror, and it just manifests itself in different delusions?

    It’s not literally a “transmissible germ,” of course. But it’s not a bad analogy for the actual problem — toxic semitism.

  267. @Alden
    @Jack D

    A great deal of high end prostitution $500-$1,000 an hour occurs in very expensive hotels. It’s not just the traveling men who call up the escort agencies. The expensive hookers often rent rooms in expensive hotels and the bookers send the men to the hotel. Management is fully aware. Disneyland in Anaheim. The motels around Disneyland are full of hookers and men looking for hookers at all hours of the day and night. Then there’s the rent by the hour hotels.

    Then for rural areas, there’s the circuit. The hookers move from town to town staying and working in local motels. Best thing about hotels is the safety and anonymity. Neighbors notice men coming and going.

    It’s an ancient tradition. Marriott, Hilton Ritz Carlton Hyatt Motel 6 ; hookers and hotels go together

    Replies: @JMcG

    I know a few blue collar guys who save up for a month or two and then do exactly this. Some of them have a particular girl from Russia or the Ukraine whose schedule they follow. They used to use Back Pages, but I think that was shut down. Sad all around.

  268. @Jim Christian
    @Frank McGar


    The Maryland/DC/VA area is an incredibly beautiful place geographically.
     
    No it isn't. The whole thing sits on a swamp. Too hot for 5 months out of the year the topography traps fumes and pollution close to the ground throughout the region all summer long. The beaches are the suckiest in the East, the mountains aren't particularly majestic, although Rt. 211 W is one of the greatest fast-bike tracks in highway-building history.

    If you think DC/Va/Md is beautiful on any level, you need to go almost anywhere else.

    Replies: @Jack D

    There’s no accounting for taste and it’s true that downtown DC itself is rather swampy (more elevated in the northern section where all the foreign embassies and the VP’s house is but OTOH Foggy Bottom where the State Dept. is was truly a swamp). But if you broaden your horizons to all of MD and VA there are some lovely places, especially to the west. I’m not a beach lover but Assateague Island is as lovely as any other Atlantic barrier island.

    Much of the US South has a rather steamy climate in summer but the invention of air conditioning has made the area livable as evidenced by the fact that many millions of people have moved into the region since it became widespread.

  269. @Rubicon
    @Stan Adams

    Stan: good luck!
    But this is when we quote Eleanor Roosevelt who said:

    Great Minds discuss ideas
    Average Minds discuss events
    Small minds discuss other people.

    We're very sorry for your plight. We'd suggest you place ER's classic observation on a very large poster, but it's probably a lost cause because your neighbor's intellect wouldn't even comprehend what ER stated.

    Replies: @Bill Jones

    And where does your discussion of Mrs Roosevelt place you?

    (and me you? etc etc.)

  270. @Altai
    Skelly has a professional pressure group, 'Out in National Security'. There is a YouTube channel with currently 1 subscriber.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIbE27jBZ5s

    Maybe if they brought their supposed greater empathy and compassion based on feeling marginalised to the Pentagon and CIA there'd be a lot less murder and mayhem but I get the feeling that somehow they'll just try to spin the existing policies of murder and mayhem as being on the 'Right Side of History'.

    World War G/T might not be a meme forever.

    Replies: @Frank McGar, @Anonymous, @Bragadocious, @James O'Meara, @James Forrestal

    Maybe if they brought their supposed greater empathy and compassion based on feeling marginalised to the Pentagon and CIA…


    Well… sure, the military has historically been a somewhat conservative institution (though they’re pushing pretty hard to change that, but who do you think is promoting globohomo? It’s not just major corporations and the State Dept — the CIA has been actively promoting transsexualism for many years. Hardly a surprise, since the agency has always been involved in pushing the poz. Do a search for “CIA abstract impressionism” or “CIA Gloria Steinem,” for example. Espionage agencies don’t just spy; they’re heavily involved in shaping and promoting narratives as well. For a particularly egregious example, see the notorious Office of Special Plans, which was created for the express purpose of stovepiping Israeli anti-Iraq propaganda (aka “raw intelligence”) to the W administration to market the Iraq War.

    A few examples:

    This article from 2012 — 3 years before the Supreme Court mandated homosexual “marriage” nationwide; when transsexualism was very much a secondary issue in most media narratives — shows the CIA andthe feebs reaching out to the homosexual and transsexual “community”:

    “The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has actually been involved with the homosexual movement for over 15 years [now 24 years], according to its website. The CIA boasts about its internal organization called the Agency Network of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Employees and Allies (ANGLE). ANGLE helps recruit LGBT employees and sets up CIA Pride Month celebrations at various CIA offices around the country.”

    What do the spooks themselves have to say? From the CIA website, a 2012 featured story for “LGBT Pride” month:

    “CIA Celebrates National LGBT Pride Month
    The Central Intelligence Agency’s Center for Mission Diversity and Inclusion and the Agency’s Network of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Employees and Allies (ANGLE) co-hosted a panel discussion of CIA senior leaders as part of the 2012 June Pride Month celebration. ”

    FBI, also 2012:

    “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Program”

    As of 2016, the CIA had a dedicated program to recruit so-called “transgenders”

    From The Atlantic, 2017 — Coming Out as “Transgender” Made Me a More Effective CIA Officer

    [Note that this individual’s narrative, as promoted by Jeffrey Goldberg’s Atlantic, is focused on his supposed fears of “persecution,” “harassment,” etc. by the CIA hierarchy — at a time when the agency had been actively promoting sexual deviancy within its ranks for 20 years. It’s the old “supporting and promoting the hegemonic narrative somehow makes me a ‘victim’ ” tactic that is so often seen under systemic semitism.]

  271. @Liberty Mike
    @Hypnotoad666

    His failure to pardon Assange and Snowden is attributable to what, courage?

    Sticking a knife in the eye of the deep state?

    A love of America?

    A manifestation of America First?

    More likely, cowardice as that is more in keeping with the man.

    Replies: @Johann Ricke

    His failure to pardon Assange and Snowden is attributable to what, courage?

    Assange and Snowden both got foreigners who put their trust in us – by spying for us – executed. In Hollywood’s reel world – both would have been hunted down and killed. By merely seeking their extradition to face charges, Trump was, like his predecessor, giving them better than they deserve.

  272. @onetwothree
    I mean, at this point the worse the freakshow gets the more likely it will be seen as a freakshow, right?

    Replies: @415 reasons, @Polistra, @Cato, @Polynikes, @ziggurat, @Forbes, @europeasant

    “I mean, at this point the worse the freak show gets the more likely it will be seen as a freakshow, right?”

    Not that long ago the freak shows used to be at the carnival side shows and now they are running the show. Sodom and Gomorrah can’t be too far behind!

  273. @Dissident
    @Jack D


    Minoritarianism (even your straw man version of it) exists as a pendulum swing in response to past government overreach where private behaviors such as homosexuality and contraception were criminalized
     
    Isn't a pendulum swing a commensurate response to something opposite? How far back must one go to find a time in the United States when repression of homosexual or "transgender" expression could reasonably be considered to have been commensurate to current levels of homomania and transmania?

    John Derbyshire has said that from his recollections of his native England, dating back to when homosexual acts were still de jure illegal, there was still de facto greater tolerance for those who engaged in such behavior-- as long as they remained reasonably discreet about it-- then there now is for anyone who is less-than completely embracing of homomania; anyone who does not, with full enthusiasm, celebrate it.

    Very much consistent with that assessment are my own recollections from the 1980's and early 1990's, primarily in New York City.

    Replies: @Jack D

    Very much consistent with that assessment are my own recollections from the 1980’s and early 1990’s, primarily in New York City.

    You’d have to go further back than that, at least to the early ’60s or ’50s. Remember that Turing was prosecuted for homosexuality in the UK in 1952 and had to take female hormones to kill his libido in lieu of going to prison. He also lost his security clearance and ability to visit the US (but not his academic job).

    You could say that Turing crossed the line of being reasonably discreet when he confessed that he had a sexual relationship with a “rough trade” teenager that he had picked up and who later returned to burgle his house. A less naive man would not have gone to the police for fear of opening this very can of worms.

    Laws criminalizing sodomy remained on the books in the US until 2003. As late as 1986 they were upheld by the Supreme Court. Although prosecutions were not frequent, neither were they unknown.

    When they start sentencing homophobes to prison or hormone treatment for their homophobia, let me know.

  274. Speaking of freak shows, I’m not convinced Kamala Harris is a biological female. She looks like a tranny to me. Also, the pictures of her as a child don’t resemble her/it. Check out the 10 family pictures she gave the LA times for a story.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Sparkylyle92

    "Speaking of freak shows, I’m not convinced Kamala Harris is a biological female."

    I dunno, I think I'll accept Willie Brown's expertise on the question over yours.

    Replies: @Sparkylyle92

    , @Steve Sailer
    @Sparkylyle92

    "Speaking of freak shows, I’m not convinced Kamala Harris is a biological female."

    I dunno, I think I'll accept Willie Brown's expertise on the question over yours.

  275. @Sparkylyle92
    Speaking of freak shows, I'm not convinced Kamala Harris is a biological female. She looks like a tranny to me. Also, the pictures of her as a child don't resemble her/it. Check out the 10 family pictures she gave the LA times for a story.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Steve Sailer

    “Speaking of freak shows, I’m not convinced Kamala Harris is a biological female.”

    I dunno, I think I’ll accept Willie Brown’s expertise on the question over yours.

    • Replies: @Sparkylyle92
    @Steve Sailer

    Yes, and Jerry Brown must be straight because he went out with Linda Ronstadt.

  276. @Sparkylyle92
    Speaking of freak shows, I'm not convinced Kamala Harris is a biological female. She looks like a tranny to me. Also, the pictures of her as a child don't resemble her/it. Check out the 10 family pictures she gave the LA times for a story.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Steve Sailer

    “Speaking of freak shows, I’m not convinced Kamala Harris is a biological female.”

    I dunno, I think I’ll accept Willie Brown’s expertise on the question over yours.

  277. @Steve Sailer
    @Sparkylyle92

    "Speaking of freak shows, I’m not convinced Kamala Harris is a biological female."

    I dunno, I think I'll accept Willie Brown's expertise on the question over yours.

    Replies: @Sparkylyle92

    Yes, and Jerry Brown must be straight because he went out with Linda Ronstadt.

  278. @James Speaks

    Ms. Shelly always knew she was a girl on the inside.
     
    We need a new salutation for transgenders. I suggest She/it, as in She/it Shelly always knew blah blah.

    There is no place in Joe Biden’s America for humor.
     
    I prefer to know the inside of .... nevermind.

    Is she/it catholic? I mean, She/it Shelly is a walking advert for abstinence.

    2021's Room 101 is where we profess our beliefs that Kamilla is virtuous and
    She/it Shelly is attractive.

    Stop me, I'm losing control. Take my wife, please. She's an it.

    Replies: @Felix M

    According to Wikipedia, “She is Jewish and grew up attending Hebrew school …”

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