Monthly Archives: November 2022

Jordan Peterson: Jews are canaries in the social coal mine

UN set to vote to mark ‘Nakba Day’ – Israel’s establishment as catastrophe


Monks fail drug tests leaving Buddhist temple empty

A Buddhist temple in central Thailand has been left without monks after all its holy men failed drug tests and were defrocked.

Elon Musk: Twitter Has ‘Interfered in Elections’

Elon Musk claimed in a recent tweet that Twitter has “failed in trust & safety for a very long time and has interfered in elections.” Musk, the new owner of the platform, has promised to release internal documents to restore public trust in the company.

Video: Narcissistic queer douche making a mockery of women

Video: Casually strolling up to a cop and shooting him in the head

Video: Grading is now a form of colonization

CDC Withheld Data on Fatal Reaction to COVID Vaccine From Post-Vax Surveys for Nearly Two Years

Anyone shocked by the report that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) withheld data about a potentially fatal complication from COVID-19 vaccinations until it was forced under court order to release the data hasn’t been paying attention to the CDC’s multitude of misstatements and lies over the last two years.

How “fake news laundering” / cycle of corruption works

Monkeypox Gets Canceled: WHO Says Name is Racist, Changes It to ‘Mpox’

In what seems to be another foray into left wing “logic,” the World Health Organization (WHO) announced on Monday that they would no longer use the term “monkeypox” because of “racist and stigmatizing language” over usage of the term.

WaPo labels Diet Coke a ‘hardcore cult’ after Elon Musk reveals he drinks it

“They are a tribe whose allegiance to the product goes beyond brand loyalty and into something deeper,” the author says.

CBC presents: Chia Vulva

The Most Passionate Science Deniers Are Pro-Trans ‘Experts’ Who Profit From Carving Up Kids

The elephant in the room is that studies on transition, and especially transitioning children, are overwhelmingly conducted by those whose careers depend upon proving the benefits of transition. The doctors who are chemically castrating teenage boys, or amputating the healthy breasts of adolescent girls, are all-in. To admit that these procedures are a mistake would be a confession of horrific, possibly even criminal, medical malpractice that would end their careers.

Video: Ontario teacher with giant fake breasts goes skydiving with ‘conservative pornstar’, loses wig

While the prosthetic breasts survived the journey back down to earth, Lemieux’s blonde wig flew off while in the air.

Elon Musk has it right: “This is a battle for the future of civilization.”

In China, authoritarians flood Twitter with ads for prostitutes and pornography in an effort to prevent users from obtaining information about protests. Authoritarians in the United States threaten to remove Twitter from more than 1.5 billion devices worldwide.

“Apple has also threatened to withhold Twitter from its App Store,” Elon Musk tweeted, “but won’t tell us why.”

The powerful few want to impede the free flow of information to the vulnerable many. Suppression strikes intelligent observers as not a Chinese thing but a fetish of the powerful in whatever nation they reside. It appears cruder and more thuggish in China, and more passive-aggressive and sophisticated in the United States. But whether the state or a monopoly suppresses expression, does the crushing effect of it on a free society really differ?

Iran publishes list of ‘sensitive’ sites in Israel to strike in future war

Bring it

‘Antisemite of the year’ top 3 finalists announced

Mileage may vary

Children’s Hospital Hires Transgender Activist As A Chaplain

Children’s Wisconsin hospital, located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has engendered anger after hiring as a chaplain an activist who has shared a poem titled “Jesus at the Gay Bar” and started a GoFund me page for her partner to have her breasts removed.

Fliers were posted reading “Meet Your New Chaplain: Kate Newendorp” with her pronouns listed as “she/her/hers” and her partner’s listed as “they/he.”

Cuba Snags $100 Million from China After Puppet President Visits Beijing

Díaz-Canel returned to Cuba on Sunday after a four-nation tour that brought him to Algeria, Turkey, Russia, and finally China, where he met with Chinese dictator Xi Jinping. Government propaganda from both nations emphasized that the purpose of the trip was to strengthen ideological ties and reinforce the spread of communism, omitting details of what, exactly, the two leaders discussed.

Video: Chinese students in Toronto protest outside the PRC Consulate

Man accused of trying to bomb area next to Washington state Tesla store identified

Michael Paul Hargett

Why did my daughter become trans?

The school encouraged her at every turn

Fury as Balenciaga darlings Bella Hadid, Nicole Kidman and Hollywood’s liberal elite remain SILENT on child imagery scandal

Kylie Jenner, Khloe Kardashian, Alexa Demie, Doja Cat and Salma Hayak – whose husband owns Balenciaga’s parent company Kering – have said nothing

Third crypto boss death


How 33,000 will have their Covid penalties repaid as authorities admit they had no legal right to fine Australians for ‘offences’ such as not wearing a mask, sunbaking or travelling 5km from their homes

More than 33,000 people who were fined for Covid breaches will get refunds after two Sydneysiders won a landmark test case and the NSW government admitted the fines were invalid.

NSW Revenue’s Commissioner of Fines Administration Scott Johnson said on Tuesday afternoon he would withdraw all fines issued under two legal provisions during the pandemic.

All of those who paid fines for ‘fail to comply with noticed direction in relation to section 7/8/9 – Covid-19 – Individual’ and ‘fail to comply with noticed direction in relation to section 7/8/9 – Covid-19 – company’, will get refunds.

Study Shows Schools Award Girls and Women Better Grades Regardless of Merit

Toxic Femininity

NYC Mom Hired ‘Deprogrammer’ for Daughter ‘Brainwashed’ by College’s Woke Agenda

Manhattan pharmaceutical heiress Annabella Rockwell, 29, told the New York Post that her mother had to hire a $300-a-day deprogrammer to combat her indoctrination into damaging ‘woke views’ while attending an expensive and swanky all-women’s college, Mount Holyoke, in Massachusetts back in 2015.

Rockwell said of the school, “I was so excited about going to this renowned, respected school in Massachusetts I literally arrived there bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, I was just so happy.”

But that happiness began to elude her as she was “totally indoctrinated” into a worldview that highlighted an alleged toxic patriarchy, casting her as its oppressed victim.

The Question Fools Don’t Ask

What would you think of a person who never asked the price of anything he or she bought?

You would assume the person was inordinately wealthy. But if the person wasn’t, you would dismiss him as a fool, and you would certainly never ask this person for advice about how to spend your money.

Yet, for two years, that question — “What is the price?” — was avoided by virtually every political leader in the world as well as the vast majority of epidemiologists and physicians, journalists and editors, college presidents, deans, professors and K-12 teachers.

They never asked, “What is the price?” with regard to locking down businesses, schools and, in many cases, entire countries.

That is why so many political leaders, teachers, college presidents, doctors, epidemiologists and other scientists turned out to be fools.

The handful of scientists — and, of course, the even smaller number of academics or people in the mainstream media — who questioned the lockdowns were labeled purveyors of “misinformation” and “disinformation,” the terms used by the Left to describe all dissent. Indeed, as of January 2023, California physicians who differ from the fools who dominate the American medical establishment will risk having their license to practice medicine revoked.

The only country in which leading epidemiologists and political leaders asked what price their country, especially their young people, would pay under a lockdown was Sweden. Otherwise, virtually no leaders — in science, media, academia or politics — asked the most important question: What is the price?

Apple Again Comes to Aid of Chinese Communist Party Amid Protests

In the long-running saga of American companies caving to pressures from the Chinese Communist Party in order to make a buck in the totalitarian dystopia at the expense of implicitly endorsing the despotic government’s human rights abuses, new reporting reveals that Apple is the latest to rush to the CCP’s rescue just ahead of the fledgling uprising that’s caused protests in various cities much to the CCP’s chagrin. 

Those speaking out against the Chinese Communist Party are finding themselves without a key method of sharing information under China’s censorious regime, thanks to Apple’s decision to limit the ability of iPhone users in China to pass files from device to device, bypassing the CCP’s censors and surveillance state. 

Unlike you peasants, banks are doing fine

RBC signs deal to purchase HSBC Canada for $13.5B

Iran’s Revolutionary Guard is listed terrorist group ‘by association,’ Canadian court rules

A judge has ruled that Iran’s Revolutionary Guard is a “terrorist entity” under Canadian law, adding fuel to the debate over how to deal with the branch of Tehran’s armed forces.

The Ontario Superior Court found the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) was “a listed entity” because one of its branches, the Qods Force, was already designated as such by Canada.

The ruling was handed down in a case that weighed whether the estate of a late Canadian lawyer was required to pay almost $1 million to an Iranian aviation company alleged to be a front for the IRGC.

The judge dismissed the case because the owner of the Iranian company, Babak Zanjani, was an alleged IRGC financier. The court said paying the debt would have violated Canada’s anti-terrorism laws.

But the judge went further, ruling that not only did the IRGC meet the definition of a terrorist group, it was also a “listed entity by association” because of its relationship to the Qods Force.

Being a listed terrorist entity carries severe consequences. It is illegal to contribute to any activity of a listed group, and its property can be seized and forfeited.

The Liberal government has long faced calls to place the IRGC on Canada’s terrist list, particularly after the Iranian militia shot down a passenger plane carrying 55 Canadian citizens and 30 permanent residents.

More recently, the IRGC has allegedly helped Russia conduct drone strikes in Ukraine and participated in the suppression of human rights protesters in Iran.

However, only the Qods Force branch of the IRGC is listed. The Qods Force trains, bankrolls and arms terrorist groups such as Hezbollah and Hamas, which celebrated last week’s Jerusalem bus stop bombing that killed a Canadian teen.

The Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs urged the government to “accept the court’s ruling.” The organization is among those that have urged Ottawa to take further action against the IRGC.

Why does Satan keep showing up as a German dude?

Language-shift alert!

Qatari official says worker deaths for World Cup ‘between 400 and 500’

A top official linked to Qatar’s World Cup organization has estimated that as many as 500 migrant workers died while building the $200 billion tournament complex in Doha – a much higher number than previously stated.

Video: Kyrie Irving, Kanye West, and the Rise of Anti-Semitism

They knew exactly what they were doing

Deputy assistant secretary of the Office of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition in the U.S. Department of Energy charged with stealing woman’s luggage at MSP

Sam Brinton, one of the first “openly genderfluid individuals in federal government leadership,” was charged with felony theft last month after allegedly stealing a woman’s luggage at MSP Airport.

The complaint says Brinton removed a luggage tag from the bag, placed it into a handbag he was carrying, and “then left the area at a quick pace.” Brinton arrived at MSP Airport around 4:27 p.m. on an American Airlines flight from Washington, D.C., but did not check a bag, meaning he had no reason to visit baggage claim, according to the complaint.

Photos from scrapped Balenciaga campaign feature book by artist whose works include castrated toddlers

Pure evil.

Thousands of convicted pedophiles in California are being released from prison in less than a year for horrific acts, including rape, sodomy and sexual abuse of kids under 14

Analysis of a California database of sex offenders shows thousands of child molesters are being let out after just a few months, despite sentencing guidelines.

Today in libs trying to destroy Elon Musk (and the rest of us)

Balenciaga and the rise of paedo chic

The fashion world is not especially known for its morals. And yet even by fashion’s standards, this week’s BDSM bear controversy has been a weird one.

The esteemed, celeb-loved Spanish fashion house Balenciaga has been slammed for putting out images of young kids holding teddy bears wearing kinky bondage gear. The odd pics feature in its Christmas advertising campaign. They show sad-eyed toddlers holding teddies that are dolled up in fishnet tops, lock-and-key collars and wrist restraints. Normally, you’d have to go to some dingy club on a dark street in Soho to see get-up like that. Now, Balenciaga is putting it on fluffy bears and giving those bears to actual children.

In one of the images the kid is holding her X-rated teddy while standing on a bed. In another, a child is lying face down on a couch, looking miserable, surrounded by wine glasses and with two of the weird bears propped up behind her. One of the bears appears to be in a kind of leather harness, the sort you’d see at a BDSM party.

It gets worse. Another photo features a handbag on a pile of documents. Seems innocent. It’s a nice bag. Only internet sleuths have zoomed in and discovered that one of the documents is a printout of something to do with Ashcroft v Free Speech Coalition, the 2002 US Supreme Court ruling that struck down a section of the Child Pornography Prevention Act and ruled that fake child porn is protected speech. Wow.

This needs an explanation, surely? It cannot be a coincidence that an ad campaign with very young children holding sex teddies also makes a sly reference to a court ruling that said not all sexualised depictions of kids should be illegal. Someone involved in this, whether someone at Balenciaga or someone in the set-designer or photography teams it hired for this campaign, knew what they were doing here.

Balenciaga is blaming the photographer, and is even threatening to sue him. It has apologised for the pics, and for the inclusion of ‘unsettling documents’, and has wiped the campaign from its Instagram. The photographer, meanwhile, insists he had nothing to do with choosing the products or the models. He just set up the lighting and clicked. So no one’s to blame? You know how it is – you take a few photos to promote your products and, darn, you accidentally include children with pervert teds and a nod to a ruling that dismantled part of the child-porn law. Could happen to anyone.

It’s hard to know what’s worse. That someone thought it would be fun to put dejected-looking kids alongside bears that look like they’ve just stumbled out of a queer kink dungeon in West Hollywood or that no one at Balenciaga thought: ‘Is this a little odd?’ Balenciaga is a fashion power-house. It is loved by the Kardashians. It’s all over red carpets. And yet its famous attention to detail appears to have escaped it when it was shown an image of a kid on a couch being gawked at by a fluffy blue bear in an outfit straight out of Cruising.

In another way, though, it makes messed-up sense that no one in this fashion chain of command stopped to wonder if this might all be a bit strange. Because the sad fact is that paedo chic is everywhere right now. In a world saturated with images of kids in adult clothing, and when children bop along to pop and rap tunes that are sexually explicit, and when it is not uncommon to see kids petting men-as-pups at Pride marches or laughing along with drag queens in skimpy outfits, why would anyone bat an eyelid at a pic of a girl on a bed with a kinky bear?

Paedo chic is one of the most worrying trends of our time. We seem to be witnessing a surge in the paedophilic sensibility.

Shame isn’t a good enough word

Niche: Transnational black Latinx Caribbean immigrant queer life and spirit

Chinese bots swamp Twitter with porn to hide news of mass protests

Chinese bots are swamping Twitter with sexually explicit posts about porn and escorts in an apparent bid to stop the spread of news about the massive protests against lockdowns and President Xi Jinping.

Searches for major Chinese cities that have seen mass protests will “mostly see ads for escorts/porn/gambling, drowning out legitimate search results,” said Air-Moving Device, sharing a series of charts.

“Data analysis in this thread suggests that there has been a significant uptick in these spam tweets,” the outlet said, sharing data retweeted by Stanford Internet Observatory Director Alex Stamos.

The “vast majority” — more than 95% — appear to be spam accounts that “tweet at a high, steady rate throughout the day, suggesting automation,” the analysis said.

Stanford University’s Mengyu Dong shared images of some of the dubious “escort ads,” which she said “make it more difficult for Chinese users to access information about the mass protests.”

“Some of these acts have been dormant for years, only to become active … after protests broke out in China,” she tweeted.

NORMAL scientific culture in our time

Video: This year, tyrants in China, Iran and Russia live in fear

Protests erupt across China in unprecedented challenge to Xi Jinping’s zero-Covid policy

Protests erupted across China on Saturday, including at universities and in Shanghai where hundreds chanted “Step down, Xi Jinping! Step down, Communist Party!” in an unprecedented show of defiance against the country’s stringent and increasingly costly zero-Covid policy.

deadly fire at an apartment block in Urumqi, the capital of the far western region of Xinjiang, which killed 10 people and injured nine on Thursday has acted as a catalyst for searing public anger, as videos emerged that seemed to suggest lockdown measures delayed firefighters from reaching the victims.

On dozens of university campuses, students held gatherings or put up posters to grieve the dead from the Xinjiang fire and speak out against zero-Covid. In several cities, residents in locked-down neighborhoods tore down barriers and took to the streets, following mass anti-lockdown protests that swept Urumqi on Friday night.

Such widespread scenes of anger and defiance – some of which stretched well into Sunday – are exceptionally rare in China, where the ruling Communist Party ruthlessly cracks down on all expressions of dissent.

Childhood mastectomies (read that again) up 389%

Video: Antifa calls for attacks against Tesla

Cambridge dean claims Jesus was TRANSGENDER after row over Christ’s wound having a ‘vaginal appearance’

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