Monthly Archives: December 2022

Antifa pig of the day

Video: In Portland, Ore., scenes like this are common

Video: The fucking prime minister of our G-d-forsaken fucking country

REPORT: 97% Of Anti-Jewish Hate Crimes In New York Were Committed By Other Minorities

But white Nazis you guys!

Cuban Activists Protest New Group of ‘Slave Doctors’ Sent to Mexico

Cuban doctors working under these arrangements have described themselves as “slaves” because they receive minimal pay and have very little control over their medical careers — they are simply exported as a commodity, like bags of sugar.

Competition Tribunal clears the way for Rogers-Shaw merger to go ahead

Bend over, Canadian bitches

Why globalism is the enemy of freedom

Like The Wizard of Oz, it is all show and no substance

Congress should investigate the Black Lives Matter riots

Thieving lib domestic terrorists polluting society

Waffle House video of the day

CCP-Tied World Economic Forum Cancels Twitter, Pushes Chinese Social Media

The World Economic Forum (WEF) evidently disapproves of Twitter’s new free speech trend, because it left Twitter off a list of platforms where people should follow WEF’s Davos 2023 conference. WEF did push several Chinese state-controlled social media platforms, however.

Iran Court Sentences Woman to 10 Years For Removing Hijab in Protest, Declares it “Prostitution”

The Tehran court found her guilty of “encouraging corruption and prostitution” for her rejection of the obligatory Islamic dress code. She was also convicted of “assembly and collusion.”

Elon Musk To Media: Info Coming Out of Twitter Has ‘Only Just Begun’

“The legacy media should worry about its reputation. We have only just begun.”

Maybe Musk can help us?

Mentally ill men claiming to be women are inserting frozen tomato paste into themselves to “mimic a period”

Elon’s transparency policy shows nobody reads the CBC

1.2 billion a year. Every fucking year.

Elon Musk Drops Bombshell on Google: They “Frequently Makes Links Disappear”

Every social media company is engaged in heavy censorship, with significant involvement of and, at times, explicit direction of the government.

Google frequently makes links disappear, for example.

Antifa pig charged with felony robbery, assault

Alissa Eleanor Azar

Almost no one seems to realize that the head of bioethics at NIH – the person who is supposed to make sure that Fauci behaves ethically – is his wife

Adults are using the “Furry”/ Gay community to molest children

Congress Should Investigate ‘Gain-of-Function’ Research

Now there’s an idea!

1 month apart

The New, New Antisemitism

Black antisemitism is spreading in strange, dangerous ways.

Why? Woke orthodoxy offers cover by insisting that supposed victims can never be victimizers. A leftist-dominated media hides or contextualizes the hatred promulgated by its constituents.

Jewish-American groups remain predominantly liberal. And too often, they conveniently overlook black antisemitism, given the demands of left-wing intersectional solidarity.

So, expect the new, new antisemitism to grow more common – and more toxic.

Video: A drag queen “gives birth” in a bizarre explicit performance during a “family-friendly” Drag Queen Christmas event in Orlando, Florida

FBI Gaslights America Over Twitter Files

The FBI is gaslighting the American people over the stunning—if unsurprising—evidence that it engaged in a conspiracy with Big Tech to silence wrongthinkers in violation of the First Amendment, as the Twitter Files have revealed.

Meanwhile, in attacking those who refuse to be gaslit, the bureau is also telegraphing that it would respond to Congress investigating its hyper-politicization and weaponization with relentless information warfare.

Joe Biden Demands China Travelers Provide Negative COVID Test After Calling Trump’s 2020 COVID Response ‘Nakedly Xenophobic’

Joe Biden will now require travelers from China to show a negative coronavirus test to enter the United States after claiming in 2020 former President Donald Trump’s coronavirus response was “fanning the flames” of “hate, fear and xenophobia” against Asian Americans during the pandemic.

Canada’s family doctor crisis is only getting worse


Germany’s ZDF Public Television Suggests Bathing Once a Week Would Be Beneficial

Lib stench

15 scholars who helped lead the charge for academic freedom and open inquiry in 2022


Sweden Pulls Way Back from Gender-Affirming Care for Children

The Swedes have outlined the proper scientific approach to this most delicate and controversial question.

Video: Iranian regime operative and shiite terrorist pig still roaming free

Glavin: The tragedy and farce of 2023’s global challenges

If you want to get a bead on the forces and events that should be expected to give form and shape to the world in 2023, it would be a safe bet to take your cue from Antonio in William Shakespeare’s The Tempest, “Whereof what’s past is prologue.” If you prefer, you can dust off Karl Marx’s The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte for the observation that the thing about the scourges of history is that they appear twice, “first as tragedy, then as farce.”

The year the West erased women

Progressives care more about semantics than emancipation

Joe Biden and the rise of respectable authoritarianism

The Democrats’ authoritarianism is more pervasive and censorious than anything Trump ever tried.

‘South Park’ Episodes Banned from HBO for Depicting Islamic Prophet Muhammad

Reminding fans that virtually every other religion is considered fair game for making fun of — except for Islam.

German Govt Wants to Remote Control Home Heat, Electric Car Charge

They are known to be a little bossy…..

Dude who slaughtered family over lack of support for transgender identity marked as ‘female’ in Maine prison

Andrew Balcer was just weeks away from his 18th birthday when he slaughtered his mother, father, and the family dog

In many states, welfare and benefits pay more than median income

One of the great “mysteries” that has been puzzling lawmakers in the swamp is the fact that the American labor force is still “missing” more than three million workers who were employed before COVID struck and could be working today. Demographically, this group slants strongly toward young males, deflating the idea that a lot of older people who lost their jobs during the shutdowns simply decided to retire early. The labor force participation rate remains 1.3% lower than before the pandemic began and there are roughly six million jobs still unfilled across the country. So where are all of these people and why haven’t they gone out to take new jobs? Fox Business reports this week that one reason may be found in the lucrative benefits from a combination of extended unemployment payments and Obamacare subsidies that dole out enough cash for many people to get by while simply staying home.

Meme of the day

It was all true and you’re not crazy

I want my butt to look super delicious

Zelensky, BlackRock CEO Larry Fink tout deal to help rebuild Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and BlackRock CEO Larry Fink agreed to work together on investments aimed at rebuilding the war-torn country after Russia’s invasion, Ukraine’s government said Wednesday.

The agreement followed a video meeting between Zelensky and Fink. BlackRock has taken an advisory role on how Ukraine should handle investments related to reconstruction.

“Volodymyr Zelensky and Larry Fink agreed to focus in the near term on coordinating the efforts of all potential investors and participants in the reconstruction of our country, channeling investment into the most relevant and impactful sectors of the Ukrainian economy,” the Ukrainian government said on its website.

“During the conversation, it was emphasized that certain BlackRock leaders plan to visit Ukraine in the new year,” the statement added.

The Post has reached out to BlackRock for comment. The firm is the world’s largest asset manager with $10 trillion in holdings.

How to get this to 100%

These two murdered a cop yesterday

Their car was stuck in a ditch, he tried to help, they blew him away

Eight high-profile California laws set to take effect in 2023

As with every approaching new year, a host of laws are about to take effect in California that include a focus on minorities and animals.

On Jan. 1, 2023, numerous bills signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA), surrounding clothing, the workplace, and the criminal justice system, will go into effect. Here are the most high profile examples:

No more fur

Hollywood celebrities and Silicon Valley moguls will have to buy their fur somewhere else. The manufacture and sale of fur products will be prohibited as the progressive state becomes the first to ban all new fur products.

The cities of Los Angeles, West Hollywood, San Francisco, and Berkeley already have this law on the books. The law does not apply to the sale of used products for faux fur, which is manufactured with plastics.

Freedom to jaywalk

Crossing a street outside of a sidewalk is technically illegal in California, but as of Jan. 1, police are urged to look the other way. The Freedom to Walk Act says wayward pedestrians should not be ticketed unless they create an “immediate danger of a collision.”

Backers of the new law say racial disparities exist when police hand out tickets, with black pedestrians cited more often. A previous version of the law was vetoed by Newsom in 2021.

Prostitution loitering

If you are a prostitute and want to claim a street corner as your own, starting on Jan. 1, police can’t do anything about it.

The Safer Streets for All Act strikes portions of the state’s criminal code section that prohibits “loitering with the intent of prostitution.” Proponents say the current law unfairly targeted minorities, but Newsom stressed that prostitution is still illegal in California.

“It simply revokes provisions of the law that have led to disproportionate harassment of women and transgender adults. Black and Latino women are particularly affected,” Newsom said.

The pink tax

For years, women have been purchasing products aimed at men because the cost can be substantially less than a female counterpart, such as shampoo or razors. This markup has been called the “pink tax” and it will soon be illegal.

A “person, firm, partnership, company, corporation, or business shall not charge a different price for any two goods that are substantially similar if those goods are priced differently based on the gender of the individuals for whom the goods are marketed and intended,” the underlying Assembly bill states.

New holiday

Respect for some Californians’s Asian heritage has inspired a new state holiday: Lunar New Year, which varies by date in January. It gives state employees eight hours of vacation or compensation if they do not take the day off.

“Recognizing this day as a state holiday acknowledges the diversity and cultural significance Asian Americans bring to California and provides an opportunity for all Californians to participate in the significance of the Lunar New Year,” Newsom said.

Criminal records disappear

A controversial new law will permanently seal most felony convictions after defendants complete their sentences and any probation requirements. They must also go a certain number of years without any new arrests. These records will still be available to law enforcement and school districts, but cannot be accessed by the general public.

Proponents argued that the law was necessary to avoid discrimination in various sectors of society, such as job and housing applications. Criminal records are readily available on databases to county superior courts.

Transgender youth haven

Minors who arrive in California to obtain transgender surgeries or other medical treatment are safe from repercussions by other states. The law blocks out-of-state subpoenas and record sharing by doctors.

It also allows judges to make child custody determinations if one parent resides in another state where custody is revoked from a California parent supporting transgender treatment.

New police officers

Police officers in California no longer need to be a citizen or legal resident of the United States. The new law removes language that officers “must be a citizen of the United States or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship.”

Federal law prohibits illegal immigrants from becoming officers, so this law would only apply to legal immigrants who have a visa or green card, supporters say.


School choice surge: 2023 poised for parental rights outbreak in Republican states

Fund students, not systems

College’s outrageous cost is a ‘scam’ creating a ‘slow burning crisis,’ research director says

The exorbitant costs of attending college sets students up for failure — and higher education is often a “scam” and unnecessary in some fields, a writer and researcher on market influences and monopolies said. 

“I think that the financial aspects of college or higher education have overwhelmed the ability to create a citizenry on a very basic level,” Matt Stoller, a research director at the American Economic Liberties Project, told Fox News. “This is kind of like a slow-burning crisis that we have to look into.” 

The average cost of going to a private college — including tuition, fees, books and room and board — went from $2,930 per year in 1971 to $51,690 in 2021, according to data from the nonprofit group College Board. Nearly a third of parents and students believe that college is overpriced, according to a recent Sallie Mae and Ipsos study. 

“The Columbia Journalism School is sort of in an existential crisis because they have a nine-month degree that costs $120,000 and they’re like, ‘Are we the problem?’” Stoller said. “Yeah, you guys are the problem. You’re not the only problem. You’re more of a symptom.”

Stoller also sees elite institutions’ high prices as a moneymaking scheme.

Elon Musk claims ex-Twitter employees ran ‘Fauci Fan Club’ Slack channel

New Twitter boss Elon Musk revealed that former employees of the social media company managed a fawning Slack channel titled “Fauci Fan Club” — a reference to Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert.

Musk tweeted the claim in a thread that was highly critical of Fauci, who was accused by the mogul of lying about so-called “gain-of-function” research that some suggest may have played a role in the spread of the coronavirus.

“Despite these glaring issues, Twitter nonetheless had an internal Slack channel unironically called ‘Fauci Fan Club’,” Musk tweeted late Tuesday. He did not elaborate as to how many employees participated in the Slack channel.

Since taking over Twitter, Musk has been eager to show that the company’s prior management had a left-wing bias that promoted liberal narratives and banned conservative voices.

Musk on Tuesday responded to a tweet thread by venture capitalist Marc Andreessen, who posted a meme that accused Fauci of lying.

Canada’s National Gallery has become a woke national disgrace

So, here we are. A thinly qualified former director issues a manifesto called a strategic plan and decamps. An interim director, with fewer credentials, implements radical changes that will bind her successor. A board chair, with no qualifications, insists the trustees cannot interfere.

Canada’s National Gallery has fallen into the hands of amateurs in thrall to dogma and in love with mantra, with more confidence than credibility. Feckless and reckless, they march us to cultural mediocrity — or worse.

It’s not unreasonable to think every one involved in this story is lying. EVERYONE.

RCMP declines to probe forged documents implicating Muslim charity in terrorist-related funding

The RCMP say they will not launch an investigation into forged government records that falsely suggest the federal police force and the Canada Revenue Agency are paying informants within the Muslim Association of Canada to build a terrorist-funding case against the charity.

Instead, the Mounties say, MAC should take its concerns to other authorities, even though the records include faked RCMP search warrants andphony records ofpayments to informants. The CRA was sufficiently concerned about the forgeries that it referred the matter to the RCMP to investigate.

Last week, after The Globe and Mail reported on the forged files, Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino told reporters the RCMP had assured him they would find out what had happened. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he was “very concerned about these reports of Islamophobic forged documents,” and did not rule out an independent investigation.

But this week, RCMP spokesperson Camille Boily-Lavoie said the force was not investigating, and that it had confirmed The Globe’s reporting that the documents, including the search warrants, were fake. She suggested MAC file reports with local police and the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre.

Mr. Mendicino’s office appeared to be taken aback by the RCMP decision.

“Our government has zero tolerance for any form of Islamophobia, and we are very concerned by these allegations,” communications director Alexander Cohen told The Globe on Wednesday. “While decisions around investigations are made independently by law enforcement agencies, we expect they will both take this seriously and take appropriate action when necessary.”

MAC’s president in charge of strategy, Sharaf Sharafeldin, said in a statement that the RCMP’s inaction “does not meet community expectations, and falls short of the level of thoroughness required under these circumstances.”

Although the evidence that the records are fake is overwhelming, MAC remains skeptical that they didn’t originate inside the government, and is calling for an independent inquiry.

“The Muslim Association of Canada once again calls on the Government to determine if any of the documents or their contents are genuine, which can only be done after a thorough, transparent and independent investigation,” Mr. Sharafeldin added.

The International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group said RCMP inaction on this matter bolsters the case for an independent investigation into possible government targeting of MAC.

“The Minister of Public Safety promised last week a transparent investigation. The RCMP statement is anything but that,” said the group’s national co-ordinator, Tim McSorley. “At the heart of this issue is addressing concerns of systemic racism and Islamophobia and must be taken seriously.”

In his comments to reporters last week, Mr. Mendicino said his office had been in touch with law enforcement. “I understand they are conducting their investigation to get to the bottom of this,” he said.

He told reporters the Mountie investigation needed to be done with great care, and he promised that the government would be transparent once it was completed.

“With the history of the community’s interactions with the RCMP and other institutions, it’s very important that there’s transparency about exactly what happened here. And obviously, if anyone broke the law in a way to target this organization … there should be an investigation and appropriate consequences that would follow from that.”

Mr. Trudeau told reporters: ”We will pursue an investigation if that is necessary.”

MAC began receiving the forged documents from an anonymous sender more than a year ago. The records falsely suggest thatlaw enforcement and tax collection authorities are trying to entrap the organization by creating the appearance that it is funneling money to extremist groups. MAC operates mosques and community centres across the country.

In total, the trove of documents amounts to hundreds of pages sent in 11 packages from April, 2021, to late November of this year. In addition to the fake search warrants and phony records of SWIFT money transfer payments to informants, the documents include printouts that look like internal government e-mails between RCMP personnel and CRA investigators. The CRA, the RCMP and the Bank of Canada have all said the documents are fake, and the supposed authors of some of the e-mails have sworn in affidavits that they didn’t write them.

The Canadian Muslim Public Affairs Council (CMPA) said The Globe’s reporting raises serious concerns that there has been an attempt either to undermine confidence in government agencies or to disrupt MAC.

“Given the gravity of the allegations, it is disturbing that the RCMP appears ready to dismiss the entire matter so quickly,” CMPA said in a statement Wednesday. “A thorough and transparent investigation by a government oversight body is required to restore public confidence.”

The fake records sent to MAC make it seem as if the charity is riddled with informants supplying the RCMP and the CRA with details of its operations. A purported Mountie “Informant Manifest” lists six informants who are supposedly working with the National Security Joint Operations Centre, as well as 18 “secondary asset” informants.

The purported SWIFT transfers show 13 payments into offshore bank accounts, supposedly for the benefit of three informants. All but one list the Bank of Canada as the sender. The documents show the equivalent of more than $320,000 being deposited into accounts in the British dependency of Guernsey.

The forged records sent to MAC portray the CRA as being under pressure from its leadership to nail the Muslim charity for wrongdoing, and the documents make investigators appear willing to bend or break the rules in order to do so.


Rand Paul’s Annual ‘Festivus’ Report: $482,276,543,907 in Government Waste

Paul’s 2022 Festivus report highlights $482,276,543,907 in government waste and includes $2.3 million used by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for an experiment involving injecting puppies with cocaine, $202,000 used by the Department of Defense (DOD) on Starbucks espresso machines, and $3 million for the construction of a Gandhi museum.