Monthly Archives: April 2021

The whole diversity thing isn’t about acceptance…..

It’s about control, conformity, and public humiliation.

Here is a short news story. Summary: Sorority at a very liberal college pushes diversity and “woke” social agenda. They got pushback on an anonymous feedback form. The sorority leadership decried this obvious white supremacy and bigotry and publicly shamed the sister into revealing herself. The objecting sorority member was… not white. Sorority now in turmoil after said non-white sister asked to be formally ejected from the sorority.

White girls kicking out a non-white girl to fight white supremacy…. Love it.

Woke – is there anything it can’t do?

Look at a war none of us have heard about

Well, maybe technically a few readers here might have heard a little bit about  the NAGORNO-KARABAKH WAR. Here is an article titled “WHAT THE UNITED STATES MILITARY CAN LEARN FROM THE NAGORNO-KARABAKH WAR” in the Small Wars Journal.

short version: they made extensive use of cheap off-the-shelf items like old biplanes converted for remote control and other unmanned areal system to identify and destroy much more expensive air-defense systems. Shows how unconventional thinking, uses of miniaturized digital systems, and unmanned systems to reduce your own casualties can radically change the course of things. I do hope our military is paying attention to it.

So should we non-military people.

QOTD- James LaFond

“Plantation American of the 1600’s was almost exclusively white-over-white slave-system.
The 1700’s was a time of very mixed-race slavery, roughly 60% white, 30% black and 10% Indian or mixed race in terms of total bondage rations across the original 13 states

From The Greatest Lie Ever Sold: The Foundation of Our Misbegotten Nation by James LaFond, from the chapter titled “Boys and girls”, where he shows a bit of the etymology of the terms and their use in America and why they are perceived so differently by black and white men.

I knew from a quote in “White Cargo” that in 1775 George Washington posted a runaway slave notice that only described three of the ten runaways as black, but I didn’t think it likely that was a typical ratio. LaFond goes on to say it wasn’t until the 1800’s that slavery gradually morphed into an almost exclusively black institution.

The book is oddly organized, more like a lightly edited set of research notes, emails, blog posts and snippets, but he’s got some interesting sources quoted. Not as many specific sources cited for specific claims as a more formal history book might, but this is something like book 9 out of a planned 13. I’m thinking some if some grad student wants a good research thesis, documenting just how many slaves/indentures were shipped to North America in the 1600’s and 1700’s by decade, and what their survival / runaway / actually able to claim their headright acreage numbers and rates were, it might be very eye-opening and would have a good-sized audience.

 

Just one datapoint, but….

Data-point. Might be significant, might not be. The plural of “anecdote” isn’t data, but a whole lot of anecdotes can still be observed, noted, and acted upon. [Big update below]

A lot of the reported side-effects from the not-vax are blood-problem-related, including things like sever mensuration and period clots, etc. Some women are even reporting problems with their periods after being around a coworker who got vaxxed.
naturalnews.com/2021-04-22-genetic-vaccines-a. Some might dismiss the website as “just another far right conspiracy-pusher” as their left-wing-approved “fact-checker” tells them to do, but “2+2=4” is true even if Hitler were to say it. The messenger is not synonymous with the message.

My daughter has NOT had the not-vax, and won’t be. She has no history of health problems or nosebleeds or anything like that. She has donate blood with no problem in the past (aside from one time not passing the hematocrit drop test) and got no alerts of problems. She is level-headed and physically healthy, happy, hard-working and honest.

One of her coworkers got the not-vax injection and was feeling like crap, but came in to work anyway. A day or two later later, out of nowhere, my daughter got a serious nosebleed with a huge booger-clot. It wasn’t quite like a slasher-flick scene in the bathroom, but that was only because she can move pretty darn fast when she wants too. I can’t state the exact time sequences because I didn’t put the two events together until I came across this the other day:  bitchute.com/video/uNpRqMROrZQB/ and reports of “sympathetic” bleeding-related issues.

Point being: if you or ANYONE AROUND YOU gets the not-vax, pay attention to ANY change in your health, particularly blood-related, and make careful note of it. It might be nothing, just a coincidence. Or, well, it might be something. Let us pray that this is just a weird but ultimately insignificant side-effect oddity, and not a harbinger of a dystopian horror movie.

Addendum informational: Interview, Tenpenny, Merritt, other docs.

Addendum: A friend of my son (n=~6) told him that he got a nosebleed shortly after a family member came home from getting the not-vax. Anyone else seeing a trend?

Addendum: Make that four people.

Addendum: Maybe another one (5), an unvaxxed college friend of mine and microbiologist. Lots of bloody nose-clots after all coworkers vaxxed and since, but an unclear history (unclear to me at this time, seeking clarification) of nosebleeds/blood issues before. Details: No injury or other obvious cause for a dramatic up-tic in the frequency and quantity dried blood flaking from the nose. Has had them (small) occasionally in the past, previously assumed to be from air dryness or seasonal allergies. Perhaps a hormonal disruption from something around the vaxx?

Addendum: Six. My brother too, after a bunch of people where he works got vaxxed with the J&J shot, big old bloody nose and clot the following day.

Addendum: Perhaps another one. Not blood, but headache. ” @Viniferamn on Gab
“I sat across from someone at lunch who had just gotten his 2nd shot and that night I had the worse headache i have ever had; shooting pain all night, no sleep. In the morning i could not walk properly and kept lurching into the walls and furniture. No idea what it was but now that you mention this i wonder if there was a correlation.”

Addendum: Another one after visiting her doc from NorwegianPatriot: My mother has been having small nosebleeds frequently the last couple days, after being at her vaccinated health provider. She told me about it after I’d read your post, otherwise we might not have seen the possible connection. At least at this point in time. So that’s Seven.

Addendum on clots: images of lower let clots from covid spike proteins.

Big Update: mRNA technology pioneer says Covid-19 vaccinated people can shed spike protein.

Things that make you go…. .. …. ….?

OK, we all know what a mummy in the ‘Egyptian” sense is.

So why have we found a vast depository with what they are estimating to have a MILLION mummies in it, dating from (current estimates) the 1st to the 7th century? Duh fuq? Or is it just hype, and it’s little more than a graveyard in a very dry place being hyped?

Were we ever to need evidence that we don’t know or understand history as well as we might wish to or think we did, we have a new “exhibit A.” But it might provide the opportunity to learn more about the past, so that’s good.

ChinaFlu, interview with a Doc

Dr Tenpenny is a well-known anti-vaxxer, Dr Lee Merritt is a former Army doc now in private practice, talking about some of the effects of the WuhanFlu gene therapy not-vax.

Fascinating interview. The side effects are serious, and it’s obvious things are not as they are presented in the media. Just what the real story is will eventually be known, I hope.

For those of you who have taken the not-vax, I truly do wish you the best – in the meantime, do everything you can to maintain your health: lose weight if needed, get exercise, take vitamins C, D3, zinc. If you start to develop symptoms take HCQ as soon as possible if possible, if not get quercetin. If things get worse take Ivermectin…. and make sure your paperwork is in order in case you suddenly make an unexpected trip to the afterlife.

Common figures

What do Captain John Smith (of Jamestown fame, to most Americans) and Miguel de Cervantes (author of Don Quixote) have in common?

       

They were both military bad-asses (Smith- fighting as a mercenary against the Turks, won 3 individual combats leaving his opponent’s head’s on pikes, look at his coat of arms; Cervantes fought with notable bravery at Lepanto). They were both doing important things in the first decade of the 1600’s. They were both white guys (English and Spanish, respectively). They both had amazing lives worth reading a biography about. And they were both Christians who were held as Muslim slaves, Smith by the Ottomans in what’s now Turkey, Cervantes by the Barbary pirates looking for galley-slaves out of Algiers. Smith killed his owner and escaped across a considerable distance to friendly Christian territory, Cervantes had four unsuccessful escape attempts and was finally ransomed after fives years a slave.

Further down the slavery rabbit-hole

I sort of fell into a rabbit-hole of things related to the history of slavery in general, white slavery in history, and non-black slavery here in the US (because that’s so hyped so often and so everywhere I’m sick of hearing about it already). Here is a short list of “resources”, and I’ll do an update with basic commentary later.

This video does a pretty good job of summarizing things, and includes pictures of sources, quotes, etc. She get’s a little off-topic near the end, but 90% of it is pretty solid.

International Agreement for the Suppression of the White Slave Traffic, signed at Paris on 18 May 1904– just the fact they needed such a thing means it was a problem. Continue reading Further down the slavery rabbit-hole

Book review, “The Forgotten Slave Trade”

I just finished “The Forgotten Slave Trade: The White European Slaves of Islam“, by Simon Webb. Absolutely great book. It actually covers a lot more of the history of slavery than JUST white Islamic slaves, because there are several closely related parts of the slave-trade that all need to be spelled out to make the whole picture make sense. It doesn’t cover Native American slavery, south or east Asia slavery, but most of the rest of it gets hit. Continue reading Book review, “The Forgotten Slave Trade”

Vaccinations in general

A lot of stuff has been bubbling up to the surface in the last few months about vaccines in general. Turns out a FDA whistleblower has been under protection since revealing the official investigation into the autism-vaccine link was fraudulent; there is a link. Today, from AC come this entry.

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An interesting video looking at a study of health outcomes of the unvaccinated which found those who were vaccinated as children had twice as many developmental delays, three times as many gastrointestital disorders, 50% more ear infections, and 273% more likely to have athsma. Another study produced eye-popping graphs that show once vaccinated, the graph of office visits for a ton of disorders goes skyward for the vaccinated, as it stays low for those who were never vaccinated. This phenomenon included such disorders as ADHD, behavioral issues, and especially Autism, which was miniscule in the unvaccinated. And these were not even true unvaccinated, but rather were “less vaccinated” as some took some vaccines, just not the full CDC schedule. A third study looked at the fully unvaccinated, and found where vaccinated kids had 27% with a chronic health condition, only less than 6% of the non-vaccinated had a chronic health condition. And where vaccinated had 6.66% with multiple chronic health conditions, only .94% had multiple chronic health conditions among unvaccinated. Eye alignment issues were 2.0% vs .16%, and none of the vaccine-free kids had cancer, and none of the vaccine free adults had cancer (many cancers do have an inflammatory component). This video will blow your mind, and is a pretty strong datapoint I’d factor in if I had a newborn. Increasingly, societal withdrawal to a wilderness environment with home schooling seems the only viable option to live a good life. And I am beginning to understand why Bill Gates didn’t vaccinate his own children. Website for the video maker is here, since I assume this will get memory holed pretty quickly.
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One of my kids had eye alignment problems that showed up rather suddenly around 2 years of age, the other had chronic ear infections for a while, resulting in tubes.

If I had kids today, I would absolutely insist on three things WRT to vaccinations:

  1. Use an alternate vaccine schedule to slow down the timing, and give many of them significantly later than they are now typically given.
  2. Use an alternate vaccine schedule to spread them out, for example making 12 trips to the doc for 12 shots once per month, rather than 3 shots each time at quarterly visits. This reduces the level of adjuvants and “inert” ingredients in the mix provoking their immune system if nothing else.
  3. Reduce the huge number of vaccines given to the bare minimum of truly dangerous diseases, and skipping those for diseases that are usually nothing more than an inconvenience.

update: Dr Sears alternate vaccine schedule.

Also, Dr Sears “The Vaccine Book”; not the be-all and end all, but many people swear by it. There are other alternatives as well.