Monthly Archives: February 2021

T.Wictor thread – Dems are not Marxists, they are Nazis

Over at Thomas Wictor’s place, he posted a thread of comments revolving some Adolf Hitler quotes and comparing them to modern SJW quotes and policies, and makes the outline of an argument that modern Dems & SJWs are not Marxists so much as actual Nazis.

The opening quote is a tweet by Kareem Carr stating ” ‘Whiteness’ is the end product of dehumanizing people with white-enough-skin as a tool of social cohesion and social control. It’s not dehumanizing to discuss whiteness. Whiteness is dehumanizing itself.

Wictor then makes a string of Adolf Hitler quotes, starting with:
“This language is INDISTINGUISHABLE from the ravings of the Nazis:
      “With satanic joy in his face, the black-haired Jewish youth lurks in wait for the unsuspecting girl whom he defiles with his blood, thus stealing her from her people.”
–Adolf Hitler”

Interestingly, one of the quotes includes the phrase “social justice:”
     “Because it seems inseparable from the social idea and we do not believe that there could ever exist a state with lasting inner health if it is not built on internal social justice, and so we have joined forces with this knowledge.”

The thread is worth a read. Makes an pretty good case, at least an arguable one, and includes a few details on why he still has faith that Trump has it under control.

Guess we’ll see in its own good time.


Always more to learn – lysosomotropic agents

Turns out we can treat viruses. Fascinating. This may not change everything, but it changes a long. If we can treat viruses with a fairly high degree of effectiveness with lysosomotropic agents like HCQ (hydroxychloroquine),  or amonium chloride, or other related things, then that’s great. But how would you expect Big Pharma to react to a near total loss of the vaccination income, a greater than $60B industry? Yeah. Exactly.

UPDATE: Major take-aways: (really interesting parts start at about 17 minutes.) We actually have some pretty good OTC antivirals already, so why the bloody hell do we do so many vaccines? Every previous mRNA-type “vaccine” has ended in failure with 100% failure upon re-exposure to the pathogen,  because you body recognizes it as ‘self’ (remember, it’s getting incorporated into your DNA?) and doesn’t attack it; basically it acts like a binary weapon. The US medical system doesn’t teach about the anti-viral properties of lysosomotropic agents in the context of treatment. Is big Pharma “guiding” the curriculum in medical / pharmacy school? These mRNA “vaccines” are experimental, and people are not being informed of the risks or nature of them, so what is going on (failure to get informed consent) is criminal in the same way as the Nazi doctors we executed for war crimes. The treatment pathway of not pushing preventative medicine with by promoting vitamin D3, C, zinc, NAC, selenium, quercetin, and not doing early treatment once diagnosed with the known treatments like HCQ, ivermectin, etc., is stupid, expensive, and morally indefensible. insanity: The US has funded PLA virologists to come and work in US bioweapons labs.

UPDATE 2: Just came across this little gem: Vaccination against SARS Coronavirus caused lung pathology when encountering the virus later due to immune hyper sensitivity.

Tennpenny’s blog:


False Flags and Wag the Dog

Wag the Dog is a classic movie of government propaganda and gaslighting. How do you know there isn’t a lot of that going on all the time? You can’t. How many of the events you see on the news are real, how many are to some degree staged to shape a narrative. Certainly, a number of mass shooting have more than a few questions.

Case in current point: This guy takes apart the events at the capitol with the shooting of Ashli Babbit.

Watch this and tell me with a straight face that you are totally confident that everything about the capitol protests is totally how it’s presented in the legacy media. Yes, some of the footage is shaky and not perfectly focused, but….

Short summary: A lot of actors following a scrip, some gullible fools drug along for the footage and as cover.

Paper graphics

I’d wanted to have some simple illustrations for the paper edition of Komenagen: Slog, but for some reason it’s hard to actually convince an artist that when you want to see what they can do with a 5-minute sketch to convey an impression of a scene, I mean a literal 5-minute piece of art based on a one-line description. Man of the Atom delivered these examples, and I think he’s spot on. Continue reading Paper graphics

Country A Cappella with… Don McLean?

The music group Home Free could be normally described as “five white guys doing country a cappella”, which is kind of weird to start with, but it really doesn’t do them justice. They do some really great covers from other genres as well, and write many of their own songs as well. They are incredibly talented, and have worked with some other old-school country music greats, like The Oak Ridge Boys and Kenny Rogers. They just released their own cover of Don McLean’s classic song, “American Pie.” It’s the 50th anniversary of the release of the original song. And they managed to do an outstanding a cappella version singing with the original artist himself. They totally nailed it

For those not familiar with the group Home Free, the artists are:

Tim Foust, (very) base, 5-octive range, long hair with slight white streak
“Chance”, baritone/base with a good range, backwards baseball hat
Robb, smooth lyric tenor , beard and glasses
Austin, high tenor, skinny and long hair, scruffy beard
Adam, world-class beat-boxer, short hair and almost clean-shaven