Episode 174 – Police Story (1:25:30)

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This is what a Police Story looks like. We get a view of Hong Kong in the 80’s back when the police had quaint levels of authority. Sharply contrast that with the jackboot tactics of late that have stifled protest and dissent. We invite Shaine Scalph of HAPA Supremacy / What’s HAPAning to discuss the Jackie Chan action-classic, “Police Story”.

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America’s sickness, part 2

In part 1, I described America as having a moral sickness. This disease is highly evident in the $2 trillion “recovery” package Congress just passed on Friday. Forget the fact that only $300 billion of the unfathomable price tag is for the “economic rescue plan” which will throw Monopoly money at lower-income American households. United we stand!

The remainder of this newest round of fantastical currency goes to a slew of progressive pet projects. To add insult to injury, the bureaucratic elites named this sham the Families First Coronavirus Response. Talk about sick.

But how to pay for it? Let us not forget that the federal government doesn’t actually produce anything, other than stupid laws, inflated egos, millionaire politicians, broken families, perpetual war, and lots of heart ache. “Congress doesn’t have $2 trillion to spend, and 2020 tax receipts won’t begin to cover the bill,” wrote Jeff Deist.

 What does a country do when its service industry is close to 30% of the workforce, it imports illegals and legals to replace native workers, it subsidizes two classes (“poor” and corporate), it depends on foreign manufacturing for even the basic necessities, like medicine and food, it borrows money from another country and perpetually lives in debt, and then it experiences a crisis? Well, print more money, of course, and double-down on the dangerous combination of government and finance.

“This means the federal government will effectively ‘print’ the money, likely in a circuitous way by issuing new Treasury debt and using the Federal Reserve Bank as a backstop to buy it all if investors won’t,” he continued. Translation: tax payers will fork over increasingly scarce money for this scheme, but make no mistake, that includes neither the rich ones or the “poor” ones. Tax families to save families. What could go wrong?

The “emergency” measure also includes “$500 billion in business ‘loans’ from the U.S. Treasury, which means backed by you and me,” Deist explained. “$70 billion is earmarked for airlines and their suppliers, including Boeing, Delta, United and General Electric.” Translation: corporate bailouts … yet again.

In predictable shameless form, Trump’s deputies announced the same day as the plan’s passage that “they had begun the process of importing 85,000 H-1B gig workers to take white-collar jobs,” reported Breitbart. Now, the feds want to put foreign “families first,” and they want me to pay for them. With a “recovery” like this, who the hell needs the coronavirus?

“If the H-1B program is just for filling jobs that Americans cannot fill amid for labor shortages, then this would not be happening,” said John Miano, a lawyer with the Immigration Law Reform Institute. “But it is not a labor-shortage program – it is a cheap labor program to displace Americans.” And the elites will so much as admit it; after all, that’s what multiculturalism is. Diversity is our strength, remember?

My husband works in IT and his company is planning to “trim the fat” in the coming weeks. For those of you who work in corporate America, you know damn well that native-born workers are seen as dispensable, while hiring cheap, typically lower-skilled H-1B hires is considered good business practice. Government deciding who is “essential” and who isn’t has been part of the modern America ethos for a long time, so no one should be shocked by its current pandemic emergency practices.

Government thrives on picking winners and losers, so it’s quite telling that some abortion clinics remain open for business while church doors are shut. The Leviathan needs its blood sacrifice, but I think many American Christians are realizing that “In GDP we trust” is an idol that supplies only temporary satisfaction. Hallelujah!

In the medical field, the social-engineering is as stark as IT. “In New York City, 45% of doctors and 58% of registered nurses were foreign-born in 2016. Among home health care aids … the share was 76%.” Citizens of the world make for pliable plebs.

After all, foreign hires overwhelmingly support the American sickness (i.e., they hate guns, love centralization, abhor regional culture, adore the system, loathe Jesus, worship money, utilize democracy, but practice tribalism), so it’s a win-win for the woke crony-capitalist structure. Import big-government voters, and replace America’s fading traditions and once-resilient spirit both through the culture, miseducation, and media, and at the ballot box.

Economically, America is Hamiltonian. “It’s Hamilton’s fusion of economy and society that Jefferson warned us against,” Dr. Brion McClanahan says. It enriches people at the top, fosters dependence and apathy, and placates the government-created class at the bottom. It destroys customs and demolishes family. It funds never-ending “humanitarian” wars and props up merciless globalist institutions. It creates untenable and deadly supply chains. And it’s setting up everyday people for the fall.

This reminds me of the 2008 “economic stimulus” that was supposed to boost the economy and avert a recession. Remember, Bush told Americans to just “Go shopping more”? It’s your patriotic duty to go in debt! Well, they did, and here they are 12 years later, no savings, consuming like there’s no tomorrow, spending beyond their means, and then crying when the Bull market, immediacy, and false prosperity is threatened by reality. The shallow finance “fix” will only prolong the inevitable Meltdown.

Now don’t forget, the new “stimulus” package comes on the heels of $4 trillion already issued by the Federal Reserve to be “leveraged” with Treasury money. Translation: middle-class tax-payers will foot another bill for those deemed “disproportionately affected” by the coronavirus chaos (“poor” folks), as well as those who supposedly spur the economic engine (government bureaucrats, corporate bigwigs, and Wall Street wolves). Anyone making a wage or salary is going to lose.

Let us not also forget about the “great CEO exodus” that happened in the months leading up to the pandemic, and the oligarch profiteering, like one of my sad-sack senators, Richard Burr, who sold millions of dollars in stock shares after a closed-door briefing, while he continued to assure the public that all was well. Take note, normies. Republicans don’t care about you either.

But it’s all going to come to a head sooner rather than later. “A market crash was coming even before coronavirus.” Quantitative easing? Been there, done that in 2008. Recession? Definite. Depression? Probably. Complete undoing of the empire? I pray to God.

Government money’s just paper. The value of currency is about the purchasing power of goods and services. So when you have 3 million Americans filing for unemployment in one week (breaking the record of 695,000 people filing for “benefits” in 1982), this doesn’t bode well for an already-ailing, bankrupt system.

Congressman Thomas Massie tried his best to stop the slush-fund veiled as patriotic legislation, but he couldn’t restrain the beast. Larry Kudlow, policy advisor to Trump, claims the fractional-reserve trickery is for “Main Street,” but all it means is more theft, more record levels of debt in financial markets, government, and the real economy, more inflation, more social division, and more suffering.

But don’t dare to question the government’s salvific powers, lest you be labeled a heretic and a hater. “The coronavirus epidemic endangers every aspect of American life, and Democrats believe that this historic emergency requires a full-spectrum response to protect our economy and our democracy,” remarked Nancy Pelosi spokesperson Henry Connelly.

Yep, the same elitists who preen about “protecting” people are the very ones who created and benefit from the system, so there is no “our” anything. America as a “nation” is a joke, and this pandemic chaos is messaging that indelible fact to more and more people.

Good thing we have an FDA to keep us safe. In their joint venture with the USDA, they’re too busy giving 3 tax-payer-subsidized meals a day to overweight “poor” kids. The regulatory state is not your friend, and the current crisis is making that abundantly clear.

There are many conservatives and libertarians claiming that the coronavirus is a hoax – subterfuge to force more government on citizens, infringe on liberties, centralize even more control, and politicize during an election year. I don’t buy it. Sure, the central planners are self-seekers, but why would they not stick with the program of happy sheep distracted by consumerism, comfort, and entertainment?

Most people were perfectly content with how things were before this crisis. So, why would the oligarchs threaten that carefully crafted system? Why would they risk their already-established fiefdoms? And why would they awaken people who were apathetic to true liberty, but now suddenly care about individual duty and government overreach?

I think the US could’ve probably gone on another 50 to 100 years with its false prosperity, fake economy, and fictional freedom. Why then expose big government for the frauds that they are? The Deep State was seemingly unstoppable and had effectively castrated Trump’s populism. The powers that be were already winning, so why go to so much trouble and expose themselves for the tyrants that they are?

Malice is a master troll, so his point here is to highlight the master class: the Deep State and its neocon handlers. Warfarism makes us weak and unfree – as does centralized power and printing valueless money. I heard Pence at a coronavirus press conference talking about how Murica’s gonna beat back ISIS, and all I could think is, “Nobody freakin’ cares!” Radical Islam isn’t the enemy; Washington is, and the day of reckoning is at hand.

And even though Americans typically have short memories, I think that the coronavirus handling will be an exception to that rule. I truly believe it’s the trigger that will bring on the empire’s demise, as well as shake the masses from their own malaise.

Centralized governments are simply too big to be effective, and American “culture” with its citizen accomplices have hastened the tidal wave of economic and social chaos that is beginning to swell and will ultimately crash. Its ripple effects will be felt by all.

If you wanna be a Nazi and ally with Richard Spencer, who said Trump should’ve had a more “centralized” response, go for it, progressives. (See, how I just insinuated that you and your view are evil simply because you share an opinion with someone deemed socially unacceptable? Payback’s a bitch.)

Even former presidential candidate Yang gets it, but “alt-right” darling Spencer doesn’t. Man, do we live in crazy times!

For those who still don’t believe that folks will arise from their statist slumber, I guarantee you that they will when the money runs out, when a loaf of bread costs $100, when the feds tax small backyard gardens and penalize people who “hoard,” and when the activist politicians disarm citizens as criminality spreads unabated. Oh, and we can’t forget when the EBT cards stop working. These things will happen, if they’re not already. It’s just a matter of time.

Pretty soon all will see that it’s not that “the remedy is worse than the disease.” It’s that centralized power is the disease; it’s a moral ailment that addicts all of society to its sickness. But despite all the bluster and self-righteousness, Americanism is showing its weakness and vulnerability, and our dear leaders’ overwhelming hubris and greed will only expedite its demise. That’s what ya call justice.

In the meantime, plan, prepare, and pray. The cure may be hard to swallow, but the bad medicine is coming whether we like it or not.

Source: Dissident Mama – America’s sickness, part 2

Coronavirus fanfiction 2023

The year is 2023. North Carolina is the 11th state to officially separate ties with the federal government of the United States of America.

President Elizabeth Warren’s response to this perceived insurrection is similar to her previous 10 reactions: meaningless threats of economic sanctions and withholding of federal money from empty federal coffers. Turns out that when Monopoly money is more valuable than digital dollars and a state is tapping back into its roots of agrarianism, music, skilled trades, artisan crafts, food, and drink, and supporting strong localist economies, people don’t need the federal government as much as they thought.

Warren’s claim to power has also been incredibly hampered by the voters’ anti-socialist midterm results. The overwhelming opposition was an avalanche of resistance to the draconian federal policies she enacted after assuming the presidency upon Joe Biden succumbing to the coronavirus in 2021. CDC officials were caught on tape saying that they wished the virus would kill more people “in order to save the planet,” and the ceaseless FDA “free lunch” programs causing overweight “poor” kids to have early-onset diabetes were also seen as anti-incumbent fodder.

Warren has attempted to rein in the sovereignty of the various “rebel” states that were unequally affected by the seemingly endless pandemic due to their mostly suburban and rural populations, and the lack of significant state-wide immigrant communities. The state governors’ goal of reopening their unique economies with discretion rather than cooperating with and enforcing national dictates has been a popular move among their citizens.

For instance, NC Gov. Dan Forest has closed the borders of his state from incoming migration, he’s kicked out illegals (who now have “refugee” status in neighboring socialist Virginia), and he’s ceased legal immigration. For legals (including those from above the Mason-Dixon line) to remain, they must swear an oath of allegiance to “I’m a Good Ol’ Rebel,” flatpick Doc Watson’s “Southbound,” pledge to say “y’all,” and convert to non-mega-church Trinitarian Christianity. If they learn how to clog, they earn one get-out-of-jail-free certificate.

Of course, the usual suspects have voiced their displeasure, calling the governor “a racist hick,” but fortunately for Forest, NC’s first-ever black lieutenant governor, Mark Robinson, is sticking by the state’s chief executive. “Gov. Forest is the man!”

The constitutional but controversial border-closure measures were put forth as to quell the influx of migrants from Virginia’s multicultural and ailing epicenters of Richmond, Northern Virginia, and the Tidewater area. Forest is, however, allowing in commerce and the free exchange of goods to continue within and around the Old North State.

Predictably, the progressive and diverse urban centers of NC, such as Asheville, Greensboro, Raleigh, and Charlotte, have declared themselves sanctuary cities from what they claim are Forest’s xenophobic dictates. In response, Forest has said the rest of “normal Carolina” would be encouraged to participate in free trade with these rogue elements, but movement between the enclaves would be limited to citizens deemed to be “essential,” requiring proper paperwork. “Hippies, hipsters, and college professors” would certainly try to “leach off the good thing we got going here,” Forest said in a statement.

In fact, the NC governor mobilized the State Police and the National Guard to cordon off an area around Cary. The now-sprawling tech-industry city has become the epicenter of a third-wave of viral outbreaks in the Tar Heel state due to unchecked immigration and carpet-bagging, as well as travel of H-1B visa-holders between Cary and the Indian subcontinent. The exponential COVID-19 boom in India started just as the hospital rates began to spike in NYC back in 2020. In order to try to put a plug in North Carolina’s contagion and contraction levels, decimation of regional culture, and Yankee invasion, Forest says he did what we had to do, and he’d do it again.

“Some folks just got too big for their britches,” the governor said. “Being hospitable is one thing. Being a door mat is another.”

Warren has opted to use force to keep people in, as opposed to keeping them out, like Forest. Just like her hero FDR, the first “melting pot” president is utilizing those oft-heard-about FEMA facilities as internment camps. With the help of her new Rainbow Enforcement Agency, LGBTs who are paid in free porn, hormone-replacement therapy, and STD medicines are putting Americans of Chinese and Italian descent in internment camps.

Meanwhile, the Southern border remains wide open with each “family” receiving their $3,000 upon crossing into the US. Warren’s increased promises to defend the country’s borders using the US military have been hampered due to the fact that the 101st Airborne was deployed to California and the 10th Mounted Division to Alaska after the states received threats from China and Russia, countries which have recently invaded Taiwan and Eastern Ukraine respectively.

The other branches of America’s military remain occupied defending Israel’s borders, since charges of antisemitism still wield an uncanny amount of political and social power at the federal level. Military bases beyond the Zionist shores are all but closed up since the Fed’s fiat currency has lost most of its value.

In fact, it’s reported that citizens in NC are mostly bartering in goods and services, as well as just helping out their neighbors when need be. Some folks are even trading with great-great-granddaddy’s old Confederate bank notes. As of print time, the paper tiger is trying to roar, but she is running out of breath, while North Carolinians are whistling Dixie.

Source: Dissident Mama – Coronavirus fanfiction 2023

America’s sickness, part 1

“With ignorance virtually institutionalized, how can we get man to see? Bewildered by his curious alienation from reality, he is unable to prescribe for himself, for he imagines that what he needs is more of the disease.”
— Richard Weaver

The coronavirus is getting people to see that Americanism is incompatible with reality. The nation-state suffers from a moral sickness, which is largely to blame for what propelled these “United” States into our current realm of confusion and chaos. I think it’s becoming abundantly obvious to everyone that the system is ill, debilitated, and clinging to life.

In my last post, I wrote about how I believe the public-school closures due to the pandemic will help tear off the scab of government “education.” Well, I say we tear off the scabs of all the infected institutions, letting the social pathogens and cultural contagions bleed out, which is likely coming, whether we like it or not.

Some of my favorite content-creators are saying that this is the beginning of the real ascent of technocratic globalism and centralized overreach. In his famous work “Crisis and Leviathan,” economist Robert Higgs described it as the “ratchet effect,” in that government grows during crises, propelling forward never-ending expansionism of the state.

While I understand the principle and get that politicians are opportunists, but I don’t think the oligarchs are going to pull it off this time. It’s just too big a catastrophe to keep up the charade. After all, governments require money and enforcement, two things that are going to be in increasingly short supply in the coming days.

Some locales in big cities have drastically reduced police forces. Who’s going to enforce new-fangled draconian laws when the precinct “building is a ghost town”?

But what about states implementing quarantines, martial law, and calling in the National Guard, they say? Well, legally, that is all within a governor’s purview, as long as it doesn’t violate said state’s constitution. “The dirty little secret in American politics [is that] the States ALWAYS have more real power than the general government,” explained historian Brion McClanahan.

Again, once police and part-time soldiers start getting sick in these viral urban areas and the economy really tanks, where’s the enforcement going to come from? And if the oligarchs want to outsource some enforcers Hessian-style, where’s their payment coming from? Eventually, (a) the Feds’ printing presses are going to stop, (b) the bubble’s going to burst, (c) the dollar will simply collapse when China finally calls on payment for US debt, or (d) all of the above.

“After lowering the interest rate to zero and pumping trillions into the market, the Fed is finding that it has no tools to address the inevitable bursting of the bubble,” says Ron Paul. Now, the unconstitutional central-banking system is going full-bore, making unprecedented bond purchases and buying corporate debt as to “calm markets.” Describing this as untenable would be an understatement.

Due to the madness, an invigorated push for decentralization is rising, poking a much-needed hole in America’s modern imperial presidency a la Lincoln worship and Unionism by bayonet, and surprisingly, it’s not coming from the usual states-rights advocates. “The myth of a single person in charge taking control and running this is a myth,” argued Craig Fugate, former FEMA administrator under Obama.

“This is going to be dealt with on the front lines and local and state levels, and each state is going to be addressing this unique to their systems,” continued Fugate, who then exclaimed, “I don’t have time to listen to bullshit, people!’” when he stormed off the cable-news set after the other guest demanded for even more top-down, one-size-fits-all governance – the very same diseased ideology that got us to where we’re at.

People are realizing that police don’t really keep us safe, especially now that some large cities aren’t responding to nonviolent crimes and some states are even considering releasing people from prison. Gun ownership is about protection of life and property, and the social disorder and increased criminality that will result from coronavirus will force the “common-sense gun control” zealots to accept reality.

Even Slate gets it … sort of. “All over America, the coronavirus is revealing, or at least reminding us, just how much of contemporary American life is bullshit,” wrote editor Dan Kois. He rightly points out how the TSA’s “security theater” is a sham, since it was so darn easy for the federal agency to simply wave its 3.4-ounce-limit rule for hand sanitizer, proving that it wasn’t truly necessary in the first place.

Kois then goes on to call for paid leave, rent control, universal housing, and other such “reforms.” Turns out the progressive actually does want to empower the regulatory state, but at least he’s starting to question some inanity of the nanny state.

I bet a surge in dead tax payers, medical demands in an already-overpriced government healthcare system, high unemployment, struggling and shut-down businesses, broken supply chains, fiat currency, and hyper-inflation will squash Kois’ do-gooder dreams. Hell, when there’s no money to fund food stamps, seems kinda silly to cry a river over the interest people have to pay on their fed-backed college loans. Don’t miss the forest for the trees, Danny boy; the entire system’s a racket.

Peter Schiff dissects our pending economic dilemma: a house of cards built with billions in Wall Street bailouts, consumer and government debt, spending beyond our means, high taxation, the welfare state, and false prosperity. It’s about to come tumbling down. It ain’t gonna be pretty, but it will be an effective way to finally drain the swamp.

Speaking of college, I agree with Tucker Carlson. Why rack up debt to the federal government in order to chase the illusion of “higher education” when you can do some real learning by controlling content and costs via online distance learning? I think the golden-paved luxury universities with their state-of-the-art rock-climbing walls, subsidized whiteness-studies departments, overpaid false intellectuals, and indoctrinated student body will soon be a relic of the past. Your days are numbered, Ivory Tower.

Streamlined job-readiness is what people will need to survive and, honestly, it’s all most will be able to afford. I bet on-the-job training and apprenticeships will make a huge comeback, as well. You could be a skilled tradesman, like a plumber, who owns his own business, or an Uber driver with a PhD in sociology. Who’s the dummy now, elitists?

Of course, government medicine is another systemic veil being lifted back. Without the power of plunder, everyone will see just how feckless Medicare, Medicaid, and Obamacare really are. Sure, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez may think the coronavirus crisis is going to gain her traction for socialist schemes like universal “healthcare,” but coronavirus will knock over the already-teetering systems.

As of now, the feds are letting states, medical associations, and hospitals handle rationing. And once the numbers of sick start to overwhelm the system, I pray that ingenuity of local healthcare professionals and ingenuity of the private sector take hold, and that meddling bureaucrats stay the hell out of the way.

If the TSA can just wave a regulation, as can the DOT, why can’t the IRS? I say, the opportunity’s at hand to tear the scab off of all the alphabet-soup agencies.

This anti-Washington sentiment is reverberating even in the newsroom of the New York Times, which reported that “a series of missed chances” by the CDC and FDA (caused by governmental regulations) exacerbated the spread of coronavirus here in the States. “This crisis has exposed the deep fissures and failures in our culture and the incompetence of so many of our federal leaders,” wrote a policy analyst on the Times opinion page.

Sure, I get that some of this criticism comes from the left just because they hate Trump. But I also think it’s becoming increasingly apparent to many that the emperor has no clothes. Pretty soon, everyone will see.

“Our economy is fragile, our society shallow, and our democracy rotten to the core,” continued the op-ed. She even called for more local, state, and regional leadership, but that was before demanding universal internet, a universal basic income, and higher teacher pay. Yeah, that’s not going to happen, especially after the coronavirus economic relief bill breaks the bank, with its $3,000 for families and $4 trillion in liquidity for the Fed. The gravy train is headed straight off the cliff, folks. Good.

Coronavirus coverage has only heightened people’s already-piqued distrust of the deceptive mainstream press and the deleterious academy, thus, increasing reliance on citizen journalism and other alternative media. Welcome news indeed.

Sure, you have some true believers hanging on by their fingernails. There are still progressive professors who are clamoring for an increase in “expert bureaucracy in charge of our government,” and more centralization, more immigration, more regulation. They know where their bread and butter comes from.

And some left-wing journalists claim that Trump has “hollowed out federal agencies and belittled expertise.” If only. “The sidelining of career expertise over the last three years puts you at a disadvantage in dealing with crises,” whine elitists as they screech for more elitism, all while citing anonymous White House aides and ex-officials in a Hail Mary to try to save the dying Deep State. Tribesman gotta stick together, I suppose.

Let’s not forget that these are the very same people who initially accused Trump of overreacting to the coronavirus. It’s just the flu, bro! Only racists and xenophobes suspend travel from China and Europe. Now, they’re bashing Trump for not doing enough quickly enough, while simultaneously wasting everyone’s precious time and energy by making hay out of the president saying “Chinese virus.”

Globalization sure can manifest itself in crazy ways.

Turns out, half the country doesn’t trust the corporate media – data that runs along partisan lines, perfectly illustrating America’s entrenched sickness. So when Jim Acosta gets triggered by Trump calling COVID-19 a “foreign virus” (as opposed to simply reporting facts so folks can be informed), it’s obvious the apparatchiks care more about scoring political points than they ever will about you.

It “smacked of xenophobia,” proclaimed Acosta, who would rather protect the communist country of China and take marching orders from the World Health Organization (a specialized agency of the United Nations) than he would cut the US president some slack.

Is it any wonder that the WHO, which has “long promoted abortion under the premise of health,” aided the Chinese to keep a lid on the truth? Sanctity of life is not one of their top concerns, but politics is, just like Acosta and his ilk.

“In naming the disease COVID-19, the World Health Organization specifically avoided mentioning Wuhan,” wrote Shadi Hamid. “Yet in de-emphasizing where the epidemic began (something China has been aggressively pushing for), we run the risk of obscuring Beijing’s role in letting the disease spread beyond its borders.”

Wanna know why China’s coronavirus numbers are now at zero? Because the country of origin is simply not testing anymore. Ah, collectivism at its finest.

Just ignore the fact that Wuhan hosted a family-style communal meal after the initial outbreak had occurred. “Grab your chopsticks and dig in, and we’ll handle the enemies of the people, dear comrades,” Chinese officials assured citizens as a way to save face, all while willfully spreading the virus among their populace, and censoring, detaining, and even killing any doctor or citizen-journalist who dissented to the cover-up.

And now, the pernicious press is scourging Trump for saying “Chinese virus.” Nope, they say you can’t talk about the culpability of the Chinese government and its globalist apologists. Otherwise … well, you know the old drill.

“It’s not racist at all. No, not at all,” Trump stated emphatically when questioned by PC propagandists about his perceived insensitivity. And why? “It comes from China, that’s why. It comes from China. I want to be accurate.” Funny that it is precisely inaccuracy that ails America, and coronavirus is finally revealing the deep-seated sickness, for which the bitter pill of reality is the prescription.

Be sure to check out part 2, which is coming soon.

Source: Dissident Mama – America’s sickness, part 1

Episode 173 – And the Band Played On (1:17:36)

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Looks like we’re still around so we talk about another virus and the panic that ensued from it when we talk about HIV and AIDS from its early days with returning guest, Jon Reed and his movie selection, “And the Band Played On”.

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Tearing off the scab

“In our secular society, school has become the replacement for church, and like church, it requires that its teachings must be taken on faith.”
― John Taylor Gatto

As of today, North Carolina schools will be closed for at least the next two weeks due to coronavirus concerns, per order from Gov. Roy Cooper. You heard that right, the Church of Secular Theocracy won’t have their mandatory worship services for a while, folks. Predictably, the PC congregants are losing their minds.

Parents: “Whose going to watch my children if I can’t get off work (presuming the people asking this question even have jobs)? Who’s going to feed them? I don’t know how to be a teacher (say the moms and dads who taught their children to walk and talk, use utensils, be potty-trained, dress themselves, and brush their own teeth). Plus, do I even want to be with my kids for two weeks straight … or more? They already drive me crazy!”

The brilliant minds at the satirical Babylon Bee nailed it when they ran this story below. It accounts the “worry, fear, and shock” that some parents are experiencing at the mere thought of public schools not doing the parenting.

“Raise, educate, and parent my children?” said one exasperated mother as her teen sat at home, bored and with nothing to do. “But that’s the government’s job! What am I supposed to do? Teach them things? Instill them with my values? Train them up in the way that they should go?”
The Babylon Bee

Then you have the grandparents who are guardians of their children’s children. In fact, the NC State Health Director was initially not recommending school closure specifically because “40% of kids in the state get childcare from their grandparents,” which could potentially put “thousands of older North Carolinians at higher risk.” As always, school policy caters to those deemed “economically disadvantaged,” and the rest of us pay for it, literally and figuratively.

Educrats: “Who’s going to ‘educate’ the kids? Who’s going to prep them for the (subsidy-generating) end-of-year standardized testing? Who’s going to feed the ‘poor’ students? We must address these pressing ‘equity issues!’”

In fact, it was the “free and reduced-price lunches” that caused so much hand-wringing and a delay in school cancellation in Seattle, where 19 of the first 22 American coronavirus deaths occurred. Sure, we can expose the kids to a hazardous novel virus, but deny them “access” to an unhealthy meal at the taxpayers’ expense? Never!!

Public school parents: By God my kids WILL go to daycare, er, I mean, public school, even if I have to spray Lysol in his eyes and wrap her in a makeshift Hazmat suit made of plastic groceries bags. Did I risk their lives just so government could raise ’em? “Sure did.”

“Schools are a critical lifeline for many students, especially children from low-income homes,” remarks Education Lab (which is not surprisingly funded by a grant from the left-wing Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation). “Families rely on schools for hot meals – sometimes three a day – care before and after school, and in some cases, basic medical care from school nurses or medical professionals at clinics on school grounds.” Sad.

In other words, schools are warm and cuddly just like family … well, at least until that racist coronavirus came onto the scene. We shouldn’t be surprised that this social-justice sociopathy is born of the same school district that claims math is used to “disenfranchise people and communities of color.”

In New Orleans, a whopping 84% of government-school students qualify for “free and reduced-price lunches.” That’s a whole lotta soy-filled processed food to dish out to a population of kids who tend to be overweight yet somehow still “don’t get enough to eat.” After all, researchers say that people with hypertension and/or other factors which hasten high-blood pressure (read: being overweight) are more prone to complications if they contract coronavirus.

Back in NC, Forsyth County plans to have school “cafeteria sites” open for breakfast and lunch as to provide “access” to meals. What’s the point of social distancing if you’re still sending kids into a public setting? Doesn’t sound much like “student and staff health and safety [are] priority one.”

Government schools are supposed to teach, socialize, and apparently feed the huddled masses. I think their closure will be the best thing “for the children” in the long run.

This is similar to Guilford County‘s original “hybrid” plan of keeping schools open for 25% of the “vulnerable” student body who are reported to have no home internet and/or live in group homes and shelters. They are “at risk of losing support if the schools closed.”

Do these progressives really think spending a quarter million dollars on hand sanitizer, soap, and cleaning solutions is going to protect children, or $3 million on tablets and iPads is going to educate a population of students who have no parental oversight? These are the kids who supposedly have caregivers who can’t even pour them a bowl of cereal, remember? Me thinks they’re more concerned about creating future big-gubmint voters than they are truly nourishing mind and body.

The superintendent actually said that bus drivers and food service workers “are a parent of our children” … and “would not go without pay.” Sounds to me like the educrats want to incur the full administrative costs of keeping classrooms, busing, and meals going for only a quarter of students in order to keep up the sham that is government schooling and the undermining of the family. And if people’s lives are put at risk, so be it. They’ve got make-work issues and indoctrination schedules to deal with, y’all!

If “the main object of education is to develop and to strengthen all the faculties of the mind,” both intellectual and moral, public schools are failing. Period.

Although some restaurants are stepping up to offer foods to the kiddos, the NC Department of Public Instruction “received waiver approval from the US Department of Agriculture” to “serve meals through the National School Lunch Program’s Seamless Summer Option or the Summer Food Service Program ‘in a noncongregate setting.’” Translation: More fatty “free” meals to students whose caregiver already gets an EBT card? Sure! But social distancing? Nah.

“This is a lesson for all us about making sure we invest in the infrastructure,” lectures the Guilford superintendent in true educrat-ese. That’s just s a fancy way of saying “Oh, we will get our money come hell or high water … or deadly virus. Oh, we will have your children as a captive audience for a progressive programming.” The 25% plan really equals day care at $50,000+ per teacher, who should have been ecstatic by the hybrid plan since it would’ve given them the small class sizes they claim would ensure learning to take place.

“God bless the teachers,” wrote one homeschool mom I know. I say, curse the wretched system that puts kids in danger on a daily basis, spiritually, mentally, and physically. And don’t forget that these are the very same hypocrites who are more than willing to shut the classroom doors (and “access” to “healthy meals” and “technology”) when they push students to skip school in order to attend an anti-gun rally.

Funny that educrats don’t care two hoots about closing the classroom doors when it’s for anti-gun rallies, but they’ll keep promoting the identity-less-ness that fosters school violence and then ask the kiddos to stick around for a viral pandemic. I say, keep the schools shut down FOREVER!

I was chatting with a neighbor who is a high-up admin for our county schools, and even she remarked, “Maybe people could feed their kids if they didn’t buy $300 shoes.” Yep. It’s all such a ruse.

Moreover, the perpetual day-care aspect of modern schooling promotes the destruction of the nuclear family. It “kills the family by monopolizing the best times of childhood and by teaching disrespect for home and parents,” explained John Taylor Gatto, the two-time New York teacher of the year whom I’ve cited many times before.

“No large-scale reform is ever going to work to repair our damaged children and our damaged society until we force open the idea of ‘school’ to include family as the main engine of education,” Gatto wrote in “Dumbing Us Down: The Hidden Curriculum of Compulsory Schooling.”

He continued, “If we use schooling to break children away from parents – and make no mistake, that has been the central function of schools since John Cotton announced it as the purpose of the Bay Colony schools in 1650 and Horace Mann announced it as the purpose of Massachusetts schools in 1850 – we’re going to continue to have the horror show we have right now.”

Homeschooling can be difficult, it’s true. But it’s also the essence of what it means to be a parent: to impart wisdom, beliefs, worldview, values, principles, morals, customs, heritage, and faith to your progeny.

I pray the school closures last in perpetuity, not because I want people to suffer, but because I want families to thrive. I pray parents realize the gift that is being the main teacher in their child’s life, and that they realize just how capable they really are for that God-given role. I pray that parents and children cherish this time with one another.

I pray that working women who are forced back into their homes stay home. I pray that single moms find a stable “father” (hopefully the bio dad) to help rear their children. I pray that parents step up to the plate and allow their kids’ grandparents to be grandparents, not the main caregiver of their child. I pray people see this as an opportunity to chart a different course.

“Those who send their children to public schools registered their displeasure at the government for not doing its main job of indoctrinating their children, even temporarily,” the Babylon Bee quipped. But they have a point, considering that last night Joe Biden said in the Dem debate, “12 years of public school is not enough for the 21st century. We need 16 years.”

“How will students learn in spite of public school closures?” ask the masses. Rather, the question should be, “What will your children learn precisely because of school closures.” It’s a golden opportunity to reconnect, and quality learning materials are literally at your fingertips. Cut out the middle man. You got this.

I think this viral, political, and social crisis will make abundantly clear the festering infection that is government “education.” Let’s tear off the scab. It may hurt at first, but it really is the healthy thing to do. I promise, it’ll be a good time.

Keep an eye out for “Silver linings,” my followup about the other nasty scabs I pray will be ripped off as a result of the coronavirus.

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Episode 172 – Edge of Darkness (1:11:44)

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Just in case there wasn’t enough toxic masculinity last week, we are going to up the dose tonight as we discuss the “Edge of Darkness” with the Professional Asshole.

Mel Gibson plays the same role he often plays as an aggrieved man seeking justice for something done wrong to a family member. The old man’s still got it in this one that marks his return to acting after a bit of an unplanned hiatus.

We’ll talk about whistle-blowers, trusting the politicians and the false flags on this one – it gets a little spicy, but nothing our audience can’t handle.

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Abolish the  FEDERAL Income Tax

The adoption of the income tax in 1913 changed everything for Americans. By wielding the power to tax people’s income, the federal government became the master and the American people became the servants. To enforce the tax, the federal government brought into existence the Internal Revenue Service, one of the most tyrannical, destructive, and feared agencies in history. At the same time, the income tax is one of the major reasons why young people are today having such a difficult time getting started in life.

The ideally free society is one in which people would be trusted and relied upon to voluntarily fund the legitimate functions of the federal government, which are few and inexpensive. Absent that, the second-best method is the indirect taxation methods chosen by our American ancestors. The most destructive method of taxation is the income tax.

For more go read Jacob For Liberty: https://jacobforliberty.com/position/taxation/

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Episode 171 – The Last of the Mohicans (1:00:21)

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We reach way back into Elizabeth Warren’s family tree to the colonial period in America. After our recent episode tracking the course of disease from Bats in Australia for “Batman” through the pandemic spreading across the land in “Contagion”, now it’s time to break out the Smallpox blankets for Michael Mann’s take on “The Last of the Mohicans”.

There are some interweaving narratives going on in this epic film where we witness a clash of cultures as a new age dawns in the new world and a spirit of independence is sparked when the rule of law falters.

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It's Just the Next Virus Du Jour.  Tamper Your Fear with Reason


The below article went viral and is attributed to a doctor named Abdu Sharkway.  He does a great job of conceptualizing the newest Virus-of-the-Day.  Quit buying out all the toilet paper when what you really need is to wash your damn hands… 

I’m a doctor and an Infectious Diseases Specialist. I’ve been at this for more than 20 years seeing sick patients on a daily basis. I have worked in inner city hospitals and in the poorest slums of Africa. HIV-AIDS, Hepatitis,TB, SARS, Measles, Shingles, Whooping cough, Diphtheria…there is little I haven’t been exposed to in my profession. And with notable exception of SARS, very little has left me feeling vulnerable, overwhelmed or downright scared.

I am not scared of Covid-19. I am concerned about the implications of a novel infectious agent that has spread the world over and continues to find new footholds in different soil. I am rightly concerned for the welfare of those who are elderly, in frail health or disenfranchised who stand to suffer mostly, and disproportionately, at the hands of this new scourge. But I am not scared of Covid-19.

What I am scared about is the loss of reason and wave of fear that has induced the masses of society into a spellbinding spiral of panic, stockpiling obscene quantities of anything that could fill a bomb shelter adequately in a post-apocalyptic world. I am scared of the N95 masks that are stolen from hospitals and urgent care clinics where they are actually needed for front line healthcare providers and instead are being donned in airports, malls, and coffee lounges, perpetuating even more fear and suspicion of others. I am scared that our hospitals will be overwhelmed with anyone who thinks they ” probably don’t have it but may as well get checked out no matter what because you just never know…” and those with heart failure, emphysema, pneumonia and strokes will pay the price for overfilled ER waiting rooms with only so many doctors and nurses to assess.

I am scared that travel restrictions will become so far reaching that weddings will be canceled, graduations missed and family reunions will not materialize. And well, even that big party called the Olympic Games…that could be kyboshed too. Can you even

I’m scared those same epidemic fears will limit trade, harm partnerships in multiple sectors, business and otherwise and ultimately culminate in a global recession.

But mostly, I’m scared about what message we are telling our kids when faced with a threat. Instead of reason, rationality, openmindedness and altruism, we are telling them to panic, be fearful, suspicious, reactionary and self-interested.

Covid-19 is nowhere near over. It will be coming to a city, a hospital, a friend, even a family member near you at some point. Expect it. Stop waiting to be surprised further. The fact is the virus itself will not likely do much harm when it arrives. But our own behaviors and “fight for yourself above all else” attitude could prove disastrous.

I implore you all. Temper fear with reason, panic with patience and uncertainty with education. We have an opportunity to learn a great deal about health hygiene and limiting the spread of innumerable transmissible diseases in our society. Let’s meet this challenge together in the best spirit of compassion for others, patience, and above all, an unfailing effort to seek truth, facts and knowledge as opposed to conjecture, speculation and catastrophizing.

Facts not fear. Clean hands. Open hearts.
Our children will thank us for it.

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