Saturday, April 06, 2024

I was going to write about some news stuff today,

but was busy.  And right now beat down to my socks.  So it's just the usual evening stuff

Friday, April 05, 2024

On one of those particular days

I make a point of trying to get the visual enjoyments done.  Which I have.

Why yes, that does sound about right

Leaked documents last month from the World Professional Association for Transgender Health found some doctors don’t think disclosing potential risks is necessary.

As The Post reported, practitioners believe telling a 14-year-old about possible fertility consequences is like talking to a “blank wall.”

A child psychologist said it’s “out of their developmental range to understand the extent to which some of these medical interventions are impacting them.”

If children can’t understand the medical consequences of an entirely elective procedure that isn’t necessary to benefit their health or save their life, perhaps it’s best not to do it?

Hm.  If you're a doctor, and think a kid cannot understand the consequences, yet you want them to be allowed to choose the treatment, just maybe you're an asshole who should lose your license.

Thursday, April 04, 2024

Monday, April 01, 2024

The WHO needs, very badly, to be told to go to hell,

and if they trying this crap they should be helped on their way.

And any politicians who agree to their demands should be sent with them on the trip.
This lesson is anathema to politicians and bureaucrats. Instead of analyzing their many mistakes during the pandemic, WHO officials are pretending their performance entitles them to expand their empire. Under the proposed new regulations, which would be “legally binding,” nations would commit themselves during an emergency to “recognize WHO as the guidance and coordinating authority of international public health response.” The agency could issue directives on quarantines, contact tracing, travel restrictions, border closures, and vaccine passports. In the name of “equity,” nations and companies could be required to share intellectual property, to supply the WHO with vaccines and other products, and to provide various “resources”—including funds to pay for the WHO’s expanding bureaucracy.

Nations that sign the pandemic treaty would promise to “cooperate” in “preventing misinformation and disinformation,” which presumably means silencing scientists who disagree with the WHO’s conclusions and edicts. Asking for this takes remarkable chutzpah, given how much misinformation the WHO itself spread during the pandemic. It originally underplayed the threat by repeating China’s false assertion that the virus wasn’t spread by human-to-human transmission. Then it pivoted to terrifying the public by vastly overstating the fatality rate. It praised China’s “transparency” and s brutal lockdown. It issued false statements the airborne transmission of the virus and about natural immunity. It continues recommending masks despite their harmful effects and the evidence that they make little or no difference in stopping viral spread.

When you hear 'AP' in relation to news, remember this:

We really don't hate the major media enough.
When Hamas’s leaders surveyed their assets before this summer’s round of fighting, they knew that among those assets was the international press. The AP staff in Gaza City would witness a rocket launch right beside their office, endangering reporters and other civilians nearby—and the AP wouldn’t report it, not even in AP articles about Israeli claims that Hamas was launching rockets from residential areas. (This happened.) Hamas fighters would burst into the AP’s Gaza bureau and threaten the staff—and the AP wouldn’t report it. (This also happened.) Cameramen waiting outside Shifa Hospital in Gaza City would film the arrival of civilian casualties and then, at a signal from an official, turn off their cameras when wounded and dead fighters came in, helping Hamas maintain the illusion that only civilians were dying. (This too happened; the information comes from multiple sources with firsthand knowledge of these incidents.)
The lawsuit says, “There is no doubt that AP’s photographers participated in the October 7th massacre, and that AP knew, or at the very least should have known, through simple due diligence, that the people they were paying were longstanding Hamas affiliates and full participants in the terrorist attack that they were also documenting.”

The Post said, “the majority of the complaint focuses on one photojournalist, Hassan Eslaiah — who has been accused of being a Hamas associate even before the terrorist groups’ bloody invasion of Israel.”

He’s the one being smooched by the Hamas commander in the photo.

Professional Journlism on display

"No organization, particularly a newsroom, can succeed unless it is cohesive and aligned," gasped NBCUniversal's Cesar Conde, extolling group think rather than intellectual diversity. "I want to personally apologize to our team members who felt we let them down," Conde gurgled, just before he sank into the river.


MSNBC's mutiny was the newsroom equivalent of what too often befalls conservative speakers on college campuses.

"Cancel him!"

"Boot her!"


The only thing missing at MSNBC was a mob of black-clad bookers breaking cameras and setting makeup rooms ablaze.

To be accurate they'd have to describe themselves as Professional Whore Journalists

"We are a Sanctuary City(until all those illegals start actually costing them

to live up to it)!"
A Denver city official begged migrant families to move on to other sanctuary cities like New York and Chicago, warning them that a lack of resources in Colorado would cause them to ‘suffer.’

In a clip first obtained by 9NEWS, Communications Liaison Andres Carrera urges a group of recent arrivals inside a migrant shelter to look for support in other places.

‘The opportunities are over,’ Carrera says in Spanish. ‘New York gives you more. Chicago gives you more. So I suggest you go there where there is longer-term shelter. There are also more job opportunities there.’

Translation: "It's costing too much to live up to our virtue signaling, you have to get out!"

As Kim said in a different context, "Screw 'em; the idiots voted for these politicians.  It's too bad the non-idiots are getting screwed by this as well."

These people really want to destroy the country

The Gateway Pundit reported last week that Joe Biden issued the most radical environmental rules in American history to phase out gasoline-powered vehicles and force customers to drive ineffective electric cars. Now, a new report has revealed the effort to finish off the gas-powered car is well-underway in eight states.
They're probably the ones you'd expect to go along with this crap.

Let's see: there's not enough electricity production NOW.  Multiple states have noted that if we have(make that 'when') we have another extreme cold/heat event, the grid could very well fail due to overreliance on bird cuisinarts and solar panels.  Now throw in that electricity demands are forecast to grow exponentially, not counting charging battery cars damn few people actually want.

And the clowns in charge want to force everyone to use electricity- increasing the demand- while they have little or no plans for power production that has a chance of meeting the greater demand.  Because Globular Warmening/Cooling/Changery.

Now throw in the EUnichs and WEF figuring on ordering people to use less when things are failing.  Because they want that control over us.

I think I understated the title: they want to destroy advanced western society.  Except for the party they'll control, because the Superiors must live well while they're controlling all the serfs.

Sunday, March 31, 2024

One last thing, then I'm quitting for the night before my head explodes

This is the astonishing moment a Met Police officer told a Jewish woman that swastikas 'need to be taken into context' after she complained about the Nazi symbol being displayed on banners during a pro-Palestine march in London.
Context.  Cops have told people to take down or put away BRITISH FLAGS because 'they might upset the protesters', but swastikas 'need context'...

What's that line about 'To know who is your master, find out who you're not allowed to criticize or insult'?

Well, isn't this just bloody wonderful?

"Facebook gave us a couple of screenshots of your account," one agent in a gray shirt said in the video.

"So we no longer live in a free country and we can't say what we want?" replied Abdeljawad.

"No, we totally do. That's why we're not here to arrest you or anything," a second agent in a red shirt added. "We do this every day, all day long. It's just an effort to keep everybody safe and make sure nobody has any ill will."

Showing up at your door and saying "We were given some of your posts to investigate" is nothing to worry about.  Right.

And Fecesbook?
Shibly says that he doesn't know which Facebook post caught the agents' attention, and that it was the first time he had heard of Facebook's parent company, Meta, preemptively reporting posts to law enforcement. Andy Stone, a spokesman for Meta, and Kayla McCleery, a spokeswoman for the FBI's Oklahoma City office, declined to comment.*
I'll bet they did.

Oh, there's an update at the end:
*UPDATE: After publication, McCleery provided the following statement; "Every day, the FBI engages with members of the public in furtherance of our mission, which is to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution of the United States. We can never open an investigation based solely on First Amendment protected activity. The FBI is committed to ensuring our activities are conducted with a valid law enforcement or national security purpose, while upholding the constitutional rights of all Americans."
I once told my daughter that my coming to see the FBI as just another politicized bunch of .gov employees really bothered me.  Which brings me to the question: Considering all they've been caught at over the last twenty years, do you believe them?  Especially the "We can never open an investigation based solely on First Amendment protected activity line?

Both for general enjoyment, and

to clear out some stuff,

Because it's annoyed me greatly, two of the reasons I really despise Pres. Gropey

First, declaring Easter to be 'trans day of visibility'.  Really?  On Easter, you slimy git?

Second, this bullshit:
The Biden White House is banning religious-themed Easter eggs from its annual “Celebrating National Guard Families” art contest in yet another attempt to attack Christianity.

A flyer for the contest clearly states that all Easter egg art submissions must be free from “questionable content, religious symbols, overtly religious themes, or partisan political statements."

Bold mine.  Part of the 'reason' for this event is 
Selected designs representing the unique experience and stories of National Guard children will be brought to life on real hen eggs by talented egg artists from across the country and displayed at the White House this Easter and Passover season.
Unless your unique experience and story involves religion, in which case they want you to shut up.

Oh yes, I despise him and his clowns.

A happy Easter and Passover to all who celebrate it

May it be a fine day for you.