Saturday, September 30, 2023

And now the 7th once more,

in which, despite some long days and short nights, the collection was put together

Speaking of control freaks and Stalin wannabes,

The World Economic Forum, the EU, and their asshat enablers in this country.
No. Both the EU and the Dutch government agree that cow burps are deemed the biggest driver of climate change.

And after the 2019 ruling, things escalated quickly.

Last year, the Dutch government decided that 30% of all livestock needs to be cut by 2030 in order to meet the climate goals.

And then the government decided that would mean at least 3000 farms needed to be shut down in the next few years.

If farmers refuse to sell their land to the state ‘’voluntarily’’ to the state now, they run the risk of being expropriated later.

And our own John Effing Kerry, the "Of course I fly on private planes, I am Important, peasant, stop bothering me about it" king, has been talking about doing it here, too.

Nobody who’s acting in good faith would come after one of the most hard working, respectable and lucrative sectors of our society.

Especially not when that sector puts food on our plates. Especially not in a time when we’re already dealing with food shortages all over the world.

So the question remains, why are they doing this?

The answer is: the attack on farming is part of a bigger agenda of total control and we in The Netherlands are simply the pilot country. We are the tester case.

The reality of the matter is that the Dutch state is committing a land grab. And the climate/netzero is being used as a pretext.

Yeah.  The question is how much starvation and death will they cause before it's stopped?

Gee, drugs that screw up hormones in kids can cause problems;

whoever could have foreseen that?
In August, researchers published an updated review of data from a 2021 study in the U.K. on medRxiv, a preprint service for medical research. The original study conducted by the U.K. National Health Service (NHS) examined 44 children aged 12 to 15 over three years who were prescribed puberty-blocking drugs to treat gender dysphoria. Participants took triptorelin, a prostate cancer medicine used to inhibit the synthesis of estrogen in women and testosterone in men.

According to researchers at the University of Essex, the mental health of between 15 and 34 percent of participants significantly deteriorated while on the puberty-inhibiting drug. Just between 9 and 20 percent reported a reliable improvement. Between 56 and 68 percent “experience[d] no reliable change” in “internalising or externalising problems” manifesting in emotional and behavioral distress.

In other words, less than a fifth of those prescribed puberty-blocking drugs, if that, experienced emotional improvement after taking triptorelin. The findings contradict broad claims that such medical interventions are necessary to save gender-confused children from the perils of suicidal ideation. While the updated analysis from the University of Essex has yet to be peer-reviewed, another long-term study from Sweden found those who underwent transgender surgery were 19 times more likely to die by suicide than the general public.

And that's in kids that had problems before all this crap.

Said it before: a lot of the 'counselors' and 'teachers' pushing this garbage on kids, and the politicians helping, deserve flogging.  Some of them worse.  The kids they've damaged and destroyed in the name of 'helping trans youth', the numbers are horrifying.  Especially considering how much of this appears to be, in the polite wording, 'socially induced' I believe is the term.

Friday, September 29, 2023

6th eve is here,

so on to the entertainment

The latest 'trans kid attacks girl' mess gets even better

It seems the little bastard has attacked two other girls in the past.
The SAME student attacking two other girls at a middle school in Oregon. The school board should be sued into oblivion for failing to protect their students time and time again. Every single member of the @TigardTualSD is responsible.

Trans violence is violence.

— Riley Gaines (@Riley_Gaines_)

Surprisingly, this being a very 'progressive' Oregon school, there are charges being filed.  And the school wants you to know that "You people paying all this attention is very harmful!"
After the video went viral across social media, the Tigard-Tualatin School District released a statement on Thursday evening and blamed people circulating the video for promoting violence and falsehoods against the transgender community.
Etc. ad Bullshit.  You'll notice there's no comment about the previous attacks, because 'juveniles'.  

Thursday, September 28, 2023

Another 'trans-identifying' male attacks a female at school,

this time in a hallway.  And I have to wonder if it was planned, with a camera so conveniently available to video it.

This link has the video.

This being Oregon, I wonder what the school will accuse the victim of?

As Insty said, 'Anthropology used to be a science.'

A “Let’s Talk about Sex Baby: Why biological sex remains a necessary analytic category in anthropology” panel has been canceled by the American Anthropological Association and the Canadian Anthropology Society, which stated the topic would cause too much “harm.”

“This decision was based on extensive consultation and was reached in the spirit of respect for our values, the safety and dignity of our members, and the scientific integrity of the program,” states a Sept. 25 letter to the panelists from the two groups.


Want proof?
The canceled scholars were set to focus on the fact that while “it has become increasingly common in anthropology and public life to substitute ‘sex’ with ‘gender,’ there are multiple domains of research in which biological sex remains irreplaceably relevant to anthropological analysis,” according to the panel’s description.

However in their letter scrubbing the presentation, the two groups stated the “reason the session deserved further scrutiny was that the ideas were advanced in such a way as to cause harm to members represented by the Trans and LGBTQI of the anthropological community as well as the community at large.”


More on the previous post about Fauci

When he was yelling at Rand Paul, I thought he sounded awfully upset, more on a personal level.  Now know why.
Now, the new information from multiple sources, including a CIA whistleblower, a senior government investigator, and a senior official, suggests a broad effort by Fauci to go agency by agency, from the White House to the State Department to the CIA, in an effort to steer government officials away from looking into the possibility that COVID-19 escaped from a lab.

“Fauci’s expert opinions were a significant consideration and were part of our classified assessment,” said the CIA whistleblower, a decorated and long-serving CIA officer with expertise in Asia. “His opinion substantially altered the conclusions that were subsequently drawn.”

Fauci had reasons to push scientists and intelligence analysts to believe the virus had a zoonotic origin since his agency had issued a grant to fund research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) in China.
“Fauci came to our building, to promote the natural origin of the virus,” the CIA whistleblower said. “He knew what was going on. I mean, you see all the redacted documents that are coming out. He was covering his ass and he was trying to do it with the Intel community… I know he came multiple times and he was treated like a rockstar by the Weapons and Counter Proliferation Mission Center. And, he pushed the Kristian Anderson paper.”

There's that old saying 'The guilty flee when none persue', now we have 'NOBODY does coverup like a corrupt bureaucrat scared of being called to account.'

Wednesday, September 27, 2023

We already knew Fauci deserves flogging, now add to the 'Get rid of or clean it out from the top down' list

another fed agency.
Dr. Anthony Fauci was smuggled into CIA headquarters, "without a record of entry," where he "participated in the analysis to "influence" the Agency's" Covid-19 investigation, according to the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic.
This allegation is even more interesting in light of a report from two weeks ago that the CIA bribed analysts to say Covid-19 did not originate in a Chinese lab.

According to a 'senior-level' CIA whistleblower, the agency 'tried to pay off six analysts who found SARS-CoV-2 likely originated in a Wuhan lab if they changed their position and said the virus jumped from animals to humans.'

That, of course, is in addition to the people who belong there going to prison.

On that post on the EffingBI behaving very badly,

I remembered this from a while back on talking to them: defense lawyer saying "Don't, and if you have to or decide you should, only with a attorney and only with him making a video/audio record of it.

Why am I not surprised that more 'flawed research' is being called out?

The risks of long COVID have been “distorted” due to a flawed body of research, according to experts.

Scientists from the US, UK and Denmark are pointing to overly broad definitions and a lack of comparison groups, among other factors in studies looking at the incidence, prevalence and control of long COVID for the distortion.

Just wonderful, isn't it?

Tuesday, September 26, 2023

As I recall, they violated the limits on the search warrant just to begin this mess,

and now this:
“All we know is that their property was in a box and safe before the FBI broke into the box,” Joe Gay, an attorney with the nonprofit law firm Institute for Justice, told Fox News. “Once the FBI broke into the box, we honestly don’t know exactly what happened.”

“We don’t know if they lost it. We don’t know if somebody pocketed it and walked away,” he continued. “We have no way to know.”

Once upon a time my first thought would've been "Holy crap!"  Now, it's more of "So what's new?

And you knew this was coming:
Pearsons said she’d never heard of civil forfeiture before.(i.e.'Theft under color of law')

But after doing research, she discovered that one of the options to reclaim items presented on the notice essentially gave the FBI all rights to decide what’s done with the property.

“It was very disingenuous and shady even,” she told Fox News. “It’s the least transparent process. It’s not something that you would do if your intent was to find out who these items belonged to.”
No, it's deliberate theft.  'Justified' with this:
When pressed for a copy of the video inventory of the box, the FBI said that in its rush to process so much property, it had abandoned its initial plan to film the process, completing inventory paperwork instead, according to the Institute for Justice.("Hey, now, if we video all this we can't just do what we want!)
He said the FBI inventories listed items like “miscellaneous coins” or “miscellaneous items” which were “utterly useless” for the intended purpose of protecting owners’ property.
As if the gave a crap for that.

And the crown on top of this crap sundae:
Mellein sued the government to force the return of the coins in August 2021.

Months later, the government found and returned 47 of them but told Melleine he must dismiss his lawsuit and file a claim with the FBI in order to track down remaining 63.

In March 2023, after filing his claim, the FBI told Mellein it had investigated itself and that there was no evidence that it had done anything wrong or careless, according to the Institute for Justice.

Used to be that "We have investigated ourselves and found ourselves innocent/justified" was a joking statement; they've worked hard to make it their standard response.

Clean the place out from top to bottom, or just get rid of the Bureau.  At this point I lean toward the latter.

'Why Our Generals Can't Think' (Link fixed)

Starting with the fuckups in the Afghaistan retreatwithdrawal:
Having read Franklin Foer's account in the October issue of The Atlantic describing the disastrous evacuation of Afghanistan, I was struck by what it did not contain. Nowhere in the months leading up to the withdrawal did a senior military leader question the choice of Kabul's Karzai International Airport over the more defensible Bagram military air base.

The military chain of command knew an evacuation was imminent for months, and the Kabul airport was even more vulnerable to attack than the disastrous French position at Dien Bien Phu during the first Vietnam war. Despite that, not a single general officer, beginning with the secretary of defense -- a retired general -- raised an objection to the State Department's choice of the Kabul Airport. One of two things happened here: Either they lacked the moral courage to speak up, or they did not know. In either case, I am convinced that the deplorable state of our military professional education system lies at the root of the problem.

Interesting piece.  Reminds me of someone pointing out that, in the modern Navy, none of the admirals that fought WWII in the Pacific would ever have made that rank.

You've probably heard of this bullshit before, and it continues

But Nelson isn’t trying to prove anything in a scientific sense. Under the concept of “stochastic terrorism,” logic, evidence, and causality are irrelevant. Any incident of violence can be politicized and attributed to any ideological opponent, regardless of facts.

The scheme works like this: left-wing media, activists, and officials designate a subject of discourse, such as Drag Queen Story Hour, off-limits; they treat any reporting on that subject as an expression of “hate speech”; and finally, if an incident of violence emerges that is related, even tangentially, to that subject, they assign guilt to their political opponents and call for the suppression of speech. The statistical concept of “stochasticity,” which means “randomly determined,” functions as a catch-all: the activists don’t have to prove causality—they simply assert it with a sophisticated turn of phrase and a vague appeal to probability.

Fits right in with "YOUR words are violence, OUR burning your business is free speech", doesn't it?

Further reason why most our Professional Journalists can't be trusted:

Somehow a deliberate murder becomes just a hit and run, even after the clowns have the video:
Even more disturbingly, the paper revealed that its original "reporter" (a "hero", according to the paper) had known about the cellphone footage for over a fortnight:

In fact, a source had contacted the Review-Journal about the existence of the video more than two weeks ago, and a reporter had instructed the caller on how to forward the video to Metropolitan Police Department detectives investigating the case.

Why, they even did another bland, insipid minimal item on the charge getting upgraded to murder.

Er, okay. But in that case - if you knew about the video "more than two weeks ago" - why didn't you do a piece on that? Because, in any real journalistic culture, that's the story - not sentimentalist sob-sister crapola about, aw, he was a nice guy with a "love of coffee" who unfortunately came a cropper on his bicycle.

The video is the story, but the local paper wouldn't cover it. As its comrades elsewhere in the US media still haven't covered it. Why is that? Oh, well: as usual with an American news event, it took Viscount Rothermere's Daily Mail to write it up in any detail.

So, either incompetence, an attitude of "This story won't advance the Preferred Narrative", or both?

Monday, September 25, 2023

You'll notice that among all the 'responsible adults' at the school who knew about this,

the only one fired was after the school lost the case.  Before that, they were fine with this bastard in charge.

Ah, the wonders of public schools.  Makes you wonder how many other kids have been/are being abused with them doing nothing about it.

And a little more: "How dare you give use a problem because we gave your daughter drugs, we'll fix you!"
As Michael Williamson said, 'This is beyond lawyers and to helicopters.'