Monthly Archives: March 2021

Biden administration quietly ramping up aid to Palestinians

The Biden administration is quietly ramping up assistance to the Palestinians after former President Donald Trump cut off nearly all aid. Since taking office with a pledge to reverse many of Trump’s Israeli-Palestinian decisions, the administration has allocated nearly $100 million for the Palestinians, only a small portion of which has been publicized.

The administration announced last Thursday that it was giving $15 million to vulnerable Palestinian communities in the West Bank and Gaza to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic. A day later, with no public announcement, it notified Congress that it will give the Palestinians $75 million for economic support, to be used in part to regain their “trust and goodwill” after the Trump-era cuts.

Coronavirus: The Appropriation of Holocaust Symbolism

Journalists Attack the Powerless, Then Self-Victimize to Bar Criticisms of Themselves

Powerful media figures now invoke sexist and racist tropes to cast themselves as so fragile and marginalized that critiques of their work constitute bullying and assault.

If the woke have their way, soon we won’t have ANY culture to speak of

Now they’ve come for sheet music — “they” being the woke lunatics, and sheet music being just that, musical notation, now deemed a horrible racist transgression at Oxford University (of all places).

This weekend, The Daily Mail reported that Oxford University was considering “scrapping sheet music” because it’s “too colonial” — guilty of “complicity in white supremacy.”

Sheet music? Do they seriously mean they want to get rid of musical notation itself? Notes drawn on a five-line staff to indicate pitch and duration?

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow called music the universal language. Music alone, shorn of words, conveys something that can’t be paraphrased — and that is thus, by definition, incapable of political interpretation.

So how, one wonders, can it be complicit in white supremacy?

If we’re going to dispose of musical notation, then certainly we should also ban written language itself. Because if musical notation records sounds with no meaning beyond themselves, written language can be used to convey dangerous political ideas.

It only makes sense.

If things continue on the current trajectory, soon we will have no real culture at all, save for the most drearily PC kind, drearier than even the worst of Socialist Realism — the Soviet Union’s one acceptable genre of art and culture.

Ontario woman facing terror-related charges granted bail

The Markham, Ont., woman and her husband, Ikar Mao, are charged with leaving Canada to participate in the activities of a terrorist group and participating in the activities of a terrorist group.

Brandon Elliot arrested for brutal attack on NYC Asian woman

Brandon Elliot, 38, of West 40th Street in Manhattan was on lifetime parole for murdering his mother in 2002. He was paroled in 2019 after serving 17 years for second-degree murder.

An FBI So Corrupt It Lets Mass Shooters Rampage Needs To Go

While the FBI has been failing to stop terrorist attacks by known threats, it has conducted numerous political operations on behalf of Democrats. It’s time to clean house.

CNN declares it’s not possible to know a person’s gender identity at birth

Firing back at Republican South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem after her decision to sign executive orders that ban transgender athletes from competing in women’s sports, CNN took offense to the ban and declared that it is not possible for an individual to know their gender or sex at birth.

YouTube To Remove ‘Dislike’ Feature As Biden WH Content Continues To See Likes Massively Trail Dislikes

The move was announced via Twitter on March 30th, with YouTube explaining “in response to creator feedback around well-being and targeted dislike campaigns, we’re testing a few new designs that don’t show the public dislike count.”

Canadians are the fools this April 1 as taxes, MP pay go up

It seems that on April 1, Canadian taxpayers will be the fools.

Not only will we be on the hook for a pay raise for Members of Parliament, but will also see the federal carbon tax increase by 33%.

And if all that drives us to drink, we’ll also be paying more for the pleasure of a beer, wine or shot.

Welcome to the April 1 cash grab from Ottawa — and the best part is, it’s all automatic so MPs don’t have to do anything but collect the cash — for the federal treasury and for their bank accounts.

Your average MP already earns $182,600 for what Parliament euphemistically calls the “Basic Sessional Indemnity.”

Most of us would call that one heck of a salary, but as of Thursday the pot gets sweeter with MPs booking a raise of $3,200.

Life returns for vaccinated parts of the world — but not Canada

As of Tuesday, Canada was 64th in the world in per capita vaccinations, having fallen from 61st last Friday. Over the weekend, Cyprus, Kuwait and Slovenia passed us.

At their current pace, over 70% of Americans should be fully vaccinated (two doses) by July 4 – August 1 at the latest.

By comparison, at our current slow rollout rate, it will take until Thanksgiving for 80% of us to get our first shot.

Also, while American cases are creeping up, since March 2 they have seen a less than 4% rise in COVID cases.

Meanwhile, Canadian cases are up over 50%.

The difference is vaccine.

Chinese companies in Canada don’t care for no stinkin’ labour laws

Canada Royal Milk in Kingston, Ont

POLL: 34.5% Of Sports Fans Watch Fewer Games Because Of Politics

According to a poll from Yahoo News and YouGov, 34.5% of fans said they watched fewer sporting events because of the political and social justice messaging that became prevalent in the second half of 2020.

There are two kinds of evil captured in this horrifying video. One is the evil of the attacker. The other is the evil of the bystanders

Hard to watch


Feminine penises

Great Reset: The Leaders Colluding To Make Us Powerless

Muslim Leaders Just Issued A Haunting Threat To Britain Over Muhammed Cartoons

“All we ask for is a bit of respect,” said Adil Shahzad, imam of the Al-Hikam Institute in Bradford. It sounds incredibly reasonable, until the follow-up. “If one teacher can [show cartoons of Muhammed], another teacher can do it five years down the line, and we do not want this to be the case. Otherwise we are not responsible for the actions of some individuals.”


In 2013, George Zimmerman was acquitted of the charge of murdering Trayvon Martin, a black teenager. This was the spark that lit the Black Lives Matter movement (BLM). Three self-described “radical black organizers” responded: Alicia Garza coined the phrase in a “love letter” to black people, Patrisse Cullors turned the phrase into a hashtag, and Opal Tometi started organizing followers online and building

We need to stop overlooking one politically incorrect COVID-19 death factor

The United States has the 13th highest COVID-19 death rate relative to population. Many different factors shaped death rates in the pandemic. But there’s one uncomfortable reason that the U.S. likely experienced more COVID-19 deaths that has largely been ignored because it’s politically incorrect.

Out-of-control obesity rates and the “body positivity” movement predating the pandemic have left the U.S. population disproportionately vulnerable to COVID-19 compared to other countries. The U.S. ranks No. 12 in obesity worldwide, one of the highest rates among developed countries. One study found that 90% of worldwide COVID-19 deaths occurred in countries with high obesity rates.

COVID-19 is much more deadly for the elderly and those with preexisting conditions that weaken the immune system. One of those conditions is obesity. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Adults with excess weight are at even greater risk during the COVID-19 pandemic.” The CDC said that of the roughly 900,000 adult COVID-19 hospitalizations from the start of the outbreak to Nov. 18, 30% were attributed to obesity.

Meanwhile, a new study examining over 150,000 adults across 20 hospitals confirmed that obese people are much more likely to be hospitalized or to die from the virus. Severely obese COVID-19 patients were 61% more likely to die and 33% more likely to face hospitalization than their peers at healthy weights.

Unfortunately, this key factor driving high U.S. death rates has been quietly reported and largely overlooked. In woke culture, it’s considered too politically incorrect to point out that being fat is unhealthy, even as a pandemic is raging across the country and tragically claiming the lives of overweight people.

WHO investigator admits it took China’s word on Wuhan lab leak

One member of the World Health Organization investigative team said the WHO took the word of Chinese lab workers about the possibility of COVID-19 originating through a Wuhan lab escape, as a new WHO-China joint report concluded it was unlikely and didn’t need further study.

Faculty foxes guarding the campus henhouse

There is a new organization being heralded as a champion of free speech that instead is a potentially dangerous group that may help further entrench and defend academic negligence.

The Academic Freedom Alliance (AFA) is “dedicated to protecting the rights of faculty members at colleges and universities to speak, instruct, and publish without fear of sanction or punishment … to design courses and conduct classes using reasonable pedagogical judgment; and their right to be unburdened by ideological tests, affirmations, and oaths.”

Put another way, the goal is to ensure faculty are unaccountable.

Professors have arrogated for themselves a unique right that others do not have. “Academic freedom” was not ordained by god or enshrined in the Constitution (though the Supreme Court has said it is a “special concern of the First Amendment). The professorate invented it to pursue knowledge without interference from their government, colleagues, bosses, taxpayers or students.

While it once may have been a reasonable way to insulate scholars from interference in the free inquiry of ideas, it has been perverted and turned into a shield to defend academic malpractice. Practically, it has become a license to preach personal views, advance arguments unsupported by evidence and to use institutional prestige to gain credibility for ideas that may have no merit.

The AFA website says, “what we defend is our members’ right to state what they believe to be true.”

What they “believe,” not what they can demonstrate through research?

VIDEO: “We will fight, we will win, put the fetus in the bin”

It’s one thing to be pro-abortion….

The Historians Under Attack for Exploring Poland’s Role in the Holocaust

To exonerate the nation of the murders of three million Jews, the Polish government will go as far as to prosecute scholars for defamation.

AP’s Orwellian push to change the news

President Biden’s Homeland Security secretary says migrant apprehensions are hitting a 20-year high, and record numbers of unaccompanied minors are already in federal custody — but the Associated Press is ordering its reporters to ignore reality and not call it a “crisis.”

USA Today ‘race and inclusion’ editor fired for being a racist

Your daily anti-racist racist pig

China, Iran expected to sign 25-year accord, Iranian state media says

In 2016, China, one of Iran’s largest trading partners and long-time ally, agreed to boost bilateral trade by more than 10 times to $600 billion in the next decade.

Death of a Car Salesman: How Soon Will We All Be Buying Our Cars Online?

Can’t happen soon enough

10 times MSNBC’s Joy Reid spread conspiracy theories or misinformation

Click the image of the filthy liar

GREENWALD: CNN’s Defense of Chris Cuomo’s Special COVID Privileges is Grotesque

How can a media outlet credibly claim to denounce abuse of power by political officials when they defend and glorify their own anchor’s participation in it?

VIDEO: NYT’s DISGUSTING Anti-Asian Smear Against Andrew Yang

VIDEOS: Joe Biden’s 5 Most Awkward Moments During Press Conference

He’s fine

Cheat Sheet Told Joe Biden Which Reporters to Pick During Press Conference

Photos from President Joe Biden’s press conference on Thursday revealed he had a large sheet of paper showing him which reporters to call on.

The prompt had visible headshot photos of reporters in the room, including large handwritten numbers that were circled by the photo of each reporter he called on.

Rose McGowan, Juanita Broaddrick, and Epstein accuser blast Kamala Harris for hosting women’s empowerment event with Bill Clinton: ‘Have you no soul?’

Flight logs show that Clinton traveled with Jeffrey Epstein 26 times between 2001 and 2003 on the late convicted sexual predator’s private jet nicknamed the “Lolita Express.”

White Liberals Overtake Austin Neighborhood, And Complain That The Minorities Are Too Masculine

The newly arrived, wealthy residents of Austin are having a hard time adjusting to the local weekend car club meet-ups hosted in traditionally Black and Latino neighborhoods, a Tuesday report shows.

Regular Sunday afternoon assemblies of car enthusiasts that have been taking place since the nineties in East Austin’s “Chicano Park” have caused disturbance among the residents of the newly-constructed apartment building “The Weaver” located across the street, according to The Texas Monthly.

Non-Hispanic white tenants have called the police on the members of the car club, labeling the event “scary” and a “display of toxic masculinity,” according to Texas Monthly.

Trudeau Liberals call Pierre Poilievre a ‘white supremacist’ for wearing a pro energy sweater

The Federal Liberal riding association in Carleton are accusing Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre of being a white supremacist. In a tweet posted on Thursday, the Liberals allege Poilievre is wearing a white supremacy symbol on his sweater.

School forces boys to apologize to girls for ‘rapes committed by their gender’

Brauer College, a secondary school in Australia, held an assembly on Wednesday forcing male students to apologize to female students for “rapes committed by their gender.”

Liberals to ignore House motion to summon staffers to testify on WE Charity

Federal Liberal cabinet ministers will instruct their staff not to appear if called to any parliamentary committees in an attempt to curb what they call an “abuse of power” by opposition parties.

Late Thursday, the House of Commons voted to back a Conservative move to summon political staff and civil servants to testify about the WE Charity affair and about how the government handled a sexual-misconduct allegation against the country’s top soldier.

All the parties except the Liberals supported the motion.

Before the vote, government House leader Pablo Rodriguez said the Liberals will ignore the motion.

Research doesn’t back vaccine dose delay for seniors, Canada’s chief science adviser says

Canada’s top scientist is advising against extending the time between doses of the COVID-19 vaccines to four months in seniors, arguing the research isn’t there to justify the delay for that population and those with pre-existing conditions.

Twitter ‘Mistakenly’ Censors Photos of Migrant Overflow Cells

Twitter censored exclusive photos from Project Veritas showing thousands of immigrants sleeping on the floor in tight quarters at a Texas detention center, hiding the content behind a filter marked “potentially sensitive.” Twitter later reversed the censorship, calling it an error.

The PA’s productive terrorists – prisoner fathered 2 babies by smuggling sperm, got a master’s degree, a Quran recitation license, and published a book

I can’t even

Fake International Law Is the Newest Anti-Israel Libel

Earlier this month, several left-leaning senators and representatives signed various letters contending that “Israel has an obligation under international law” to provide free vaccines for all Palestinians in the Palestinian Authority (PA). The claims are baseless, and they call into question the credibility of the legal experts who have been peddling them.

The central source of international law is treaties—agreements between the parties. While treaties often do not address many specific questions, in this case, there is a clearly applicable international agreement that directly addresses the vaccine issue—the Oslo Accords. The 1990s-era deal created the current PA government, which governs Palestinians in the West Bank (and governed Palestinians in Gaza up until Hamas took over). It also established a highly detailed division of authority between Israel and the Palestinians for issues of mutual concern, such as archaeological and holy sites, customs, taxes—and public health. Oslo provides that “Powers and responsibilities in the sphere of Health in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip will be transferred to the Palestinian sides.” It also makes clear that this includes vaccination.

Zoom paid no federal income tax last year amid pandemic profit surge

Videoconferencing giant Zoom exploited a loophole to avoid paying a penny in federal income taxes in 2020 — even though the COVID-19 pandemic drove its profits to staggering heights last year, records show.

Zoom raked in nearly $664 million in US pre-tax profits in its last fiscal year as its platform became a ubiquitous tool for work, school and socializing during the nation’s coronavirus lockdowns, according to its latest annual report.

That’s roughly 40 times the domestic profit of about $16 million that it posted for the prior fiscal year, the Thursday filing shows.

But Zoom admitted that it didn’t pay any federal income tax on those profits even though the nation’s corporate tax rate was 21 percent.

The Silicon Valley firm appears to have achieved that feat largely thanks to its use of stock-based compensation for employees, which helped reduce its worldwide tax bill by more than $302 million for the year ending Jan. 31.

Corporations that pay their executives in stock often benefit from a provision in the federal tax code that lets them write off expenses that appear far larger than their actual cost, according to the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy.

“This is a strategy that has been leveraged effectively by virtually every tech giant in the last decade, from Apple to Facebook to Microsoft,” Matthew Gardner, a senior fellow at the think tank, wrote in a blog post detailing Zoom’s tax discount. “Zoom’s success in using stock options to avoid taxes is neither surprising nor (currently) illegal.”

While Zoom’s tax strategy is apparently legal and commonplace, left-wing Sen. Bernie Sanders said the pandemic darling was taking advantage of the “rigged” corporate tax code.

Twitter says calling Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa a ‘white Christian terrorist’ doesn’t violate its misinformation policies

Twitter told Newsweek that characterizing accused mass killer Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa as a “white Christian terrorist” doesn’t violate its misinformation policies — even though Alissa is from Syria and has been identified as Muslim.

China: Uyghurs Opposing Their Own Genocide Are Part of ‘Anti-Asian Hate Wave’

The CCP seized the opportunity to denounce the Uyghurs, and everyone else who criticizes the brutal regime in Beijing, as anti-Asian racists — once again using the ideology and language of the American left to argue that the Western world lacks the moral standing to criticize China’s atrocities

The Latest Left-Wing Anti-American Lie: ‘Anti-Asian Racism’

Is there anti-Asian racism in America? Of course. Ethnic bigotry is a tragic part of the human condition. There is no country in which members of different races live that is bereft of ethnic or racial bigotry.

Therefore, the only question decent, wise or honest people ask is: How much?

And the answer in America is: very, very little.

Report: Colorado Mass Shooting Suspect Was on FBI’s Radar – Was Linked to Another Individual Under Investigation

The suspected gunman who killed 10 people in a mass shooting at a Boulder, Colo., grocery store this week was previously known to the FBI, according to a report.

Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, a 21-year-old from the Denver suburb of Arvada, was linked to another individual under investigation by the bureau, The New York Times reported Tuesday, citing law enforcement officials. No further details were reported.

CNN Loses 45% Of Primetime Audience In Just Five Weeks


The mask is slipping, Dr Fauci…

He’s a cable-news star first and a scientist second

Ghislaine Maxwell case details too ‘sensational and impure’ for public, judge says

A federal judge on Thursday agreed with Ghislaine Maxwell’s request to keep certain details in the criminal case against her secret — finding that information would be too “sensational and impure” to reveal to the public.

When The Narrative Replaces The News

How the media grotesquely distorted the Atlanta massacres