Undoing The Wrong, The Juggernaut and the Jerks

Done list. Much longer than mine.

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I haven’t posted anything too political since Trump took office, but this article is different. Author Joan Swirsky compiled a list of Trump Positives that will make liberal heads explode.

I see terribly negative postings across Facebook by liberals who fear that all Trump is doing is stealing benefits from We the People. They post videos of people’s dying children whose parent’s tearfully proclaim their kid will die because the Obama care pre-existing condition provision is removed from the new AHCA. Others fear their kids will be stupid because they will have the opportunity to pick a non-public school to attend. They see the rich getting richer, and the poor getting poorer, but do not see nor want to see that they might be able to find a job. What I find most disturbing about this list is the amount of time the President has to spend…

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A real Anti- Fascist


‘Rosie The Riveter’ Iconicized The American Women Who Truly Fought Fascism

This Memorial Day, don’t forget the American women who fought on the home front during World War II, and who ultimately helped defeat fascism.
Kimberly Bloom Jackson


This Memorial Day, as we honor all those who have served and sacrificed on our behalf, let us not forget the American women who fought on the home front during World War II, and whose efforts ultimately helped us defeat the horrors of real fascism. It all started with a fictional gal named “Rosie the Riveter.”

A Tale Of Two Rosies

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JFK at 100, by Paul Craig Roberts

It’s a damn shame. He might have changed everything.
I was four in 63, but I remember.


Eight years of a John F. Kennedy presidency would probably have resulted in a lot of different outcomes than what we got under President Johnson. From Paul Craig Roberts at paulcraigroberts.org:

This Memorial Day, Monday, May 29, 2017, is the 100th birthday of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States.

JFK was assassinated on November 22, 1963, as he approached the end of his third year in office. Researchers who spent years studying the evidence have concluded that President Kennedy was assassinated by a conspiracy between the CIA, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Secret Service. (See, for example, JFK and the Unspeakable by James W. Douglass)

Kennedy entered office as a cold warrior, but he learned from his interaction with the CIA and Joint Chiefs that the military/security complex had an agenda that was self-interested and a danger to humanity. He began working to defuse tensions with…

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Empire and economics (inflation, deflation, hyper)

A tsunami of reality, right in the face.

Philosophies of a Disenchanted Scholar

Speculative but educated post. I wrote this a few days ago but took those off out of respect.
It goes from professional to shitpost-territory. A lot of known-knowns you’re supposed to pretend not to know.

8,000 words, most of them shit-tier.


“A key issue in this debate is that not all debt is created equal, while a parent often absolves a loan to their child the bank seldom forgives a loan on an automobile. Sometimes like in the reality game show Survivor it comes down to who is left standing. I contend winning does not always come down to who is the best, strongest, or smartest, but that luck and many other factors also come into play in how things unfold. For example, imagine two widget factories on the hill outside of town and both with the same pricing and quality product but financially weak, if a storm knocks…

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VIDEO ‘Adult-Like Nerves In Young Embryos Affirming, Likelihood Of Fetal Pain – New Undercover PP video

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New Research: ‘Adult-Like Nerves In Very Young  Embryos Affirming The Likelihood Of Fetal Pain

baby in womb

May 24, 2017 By Arina Grossu

This new research shows that the nervous system of an embryo is quite complex by the time most women find out they are pregnant.

study published in March 2017 reveals “adult-like” pattern of nerves established before the end of the first trimester. This new dose of science and technology should inform our fetal pain debate.

The study generated 3D images at the cellular level of actual human embryos ranging from 6 to 14 weeks gestation (4 to 12 weeks post-fertilization), as never before seen. These images show nerve, muscular, cardiovascular, and other organ system development. The results are incredible. For example, below is an image of the complex peripheral nerves of an embryo at 7 to 8 weeks gestation (5-6 weeks post-fertilization):

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Justin Murphy’s “The Psychology of Prohibiting Outside Thinkers”

Stop White Genocide.

Kevin McDonald — The Unz Review May 24, 2017

Prohibiting outside thinkers

Here is Justin Murphy describing his background, research, and activism:

Why is there not more rebellion against status quo institutions? How have economic and political processes pacified our capacity for radical collective action? As a political scientist, I am interested in the roles played by information, communication, and ideology in the pacification of political resistance and conflict. Before joining the faculty of Politics and IR at the University of Southampton in the UK, I did my PhD at Temple University in the US. There I was active in Occupy Wall Street, some civil disobedience and shutting down of things, some longer-termcampaigns against the big U.S. banks, and sundry other works and deeds, including a radical warehouse project where I lived for nearly three years.

So Murphy is an academic on the left. He is therefore part…

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Media in a closed loop, reality need not apply.

When the Cat’s Away, the Rats Will Play

Out of sight, out of mind.  When it’s President Trump who’s far out of sight, the Democrats go even farther out of their minds. Biased media have all but buried the coverage of Trump’s historic visit to Riyadh, Israel, the Vatican, and Brussels.  The possibility of Arab cooperation, so long jawed about by the Obama administration, is barely acknowledged now that Trump has seized the opportunity to promote it in person. Finding a strategy for defeating ISIS appears not to be a major concern of the Trump-haters, whose presumed enemy of civilization is what they consider a home-grown terrorist illegitimately hunkering down in the White House.  Trump’s removal from office is at the apex of their aggressive agenda of resistance.  And if his overseas visits go badly, the wished for end of the 45th presidency is all the more likely. To suit their purposes, the liberal media have shortchanged Trump’s historic agenda in the Middle East and…
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The Exterminator returns shortly.   :o)
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