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Race baiting

Black Magic

Read this ad copy for shampoo:

Experience the gold standard in moisture, with Gold Series from Pantene Moisture Boost Shampoo. Thoughtfully developed by Black PhD scientists and perfected by Black hair stylists, every bottle of our paraben-free formula is infused with Argan oil. (emphasis added)

What difference does THAT make? Why is the word ‘black’ capitalized? What would be said if a company advertised that their products had been invented by other races? “Our calculators were designed by Asian PhD scientists and perfected by Asian math students, because you know that Asians are good at math!”

This is more proof that using black people to do things is evidence that your company is woke, because black people are magic. This woke bullshit is a religion.

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Police State

COMSEC warning: EDITED

Police routinely track people by the tower that their cell phone is on. That is how they caught many people up in the net on January 6. They aren’t stopping there. Massachusetts authorities are reportedly installing a tracker on all cell phones in the state.

EDITED TO ADD: This has been confirmed by multiple sources, including MSN. Mass Authorites say that the tracking feature won’t be used, except to notify potential exposures to COVID. I believe that. Yeah. END EDIT.

They aren’t asking, they are just doing it. I don’t know what this software does, or how much data it is sending home to big brother, I just know that I am leery of it.

If any of your travels happen to take you through Massachusetts, I would recommend putting your cell phone into a faraday bag, like this one. I don’t make money from this at all- I have no relationship with the company or the product, other than owning several of them.

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Me

Humidity Warning

Here it is only June, and we are already seeing July and August like dewpoints. The dewpoint here in Sector Ocho is 79.2 degrees F, as recorded by my weather station and substantiated by another online personal weather station less than a mile away. Dewpoints above 80 degrees F can be fatal for people with breathing problems like Asthma or COPD. I was just outside, filling my truck with fuel, and it was so humid that it was difficult to breathe. With a dewpoint of 79.2 and an actual temperature of 92 degrees, the Relative Humidity is 66.4%, and the Heat Index is 109 degF. This is the part of the year that Florida residents like to refer to as “fuckin’ hot,” except it has arrived a month early. It’s 80 degrees at sunrise, for crying out loud.

The dew point temperature is the temperature at which the air can no longer hold all of its water vapor, and some of the water vapor must condense into liquid water. At 100% relative humidity, the dew point temperature and the air temperature are the same, and clouds or fog can begin to form. While relative humidity is a relative measure of how humid it is, the dew point temperature is an absolute measure of how much water vapor is in the air (how humid it is). In very warm, humid conditions, the dew point temperature can reach 75 to 77 degrees F, but rarely exceeds 80 degrees. The highest Dewpoint ever recorded was 95 degF in Saudi Arabia. The highest ever recorded in the USA was 88 degF in Moorehead, MN. There was once a dewpoint in Melbourne, Florida of 91 degF, but the station that recorded it was not an official one, so it didn’t count.

Dew point is the best indicator of comfort in a hot climate. Once the dew point of the air exceeds 66 degrees Fahrenheit or so, the air begins to feel hot and uncomfortably stuffy. The reason for this, is that your perspiration can not evaporate to cool you off.

Last week I was in Las Vegas. The temperature there was 115 degrees, but the humidity was only 6 percent, which calculates to a 108 degree heat index. I agree. It felt warm in Vegas, like standing in front of an open oven. It doesn’t feel as warm here, but it does feel more oppressive. The air feels thick and sticky.

I hope we get a bit of relief soon, or else I won’t be able to do anything outside until October.

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Blog News Training

New Manual

I added a new manual to the training manuals page: Principles of Improvised Explosive Devices.

If you get value from the site, please kick in a couple of bucks. The link to my Patreon is at the bottom of the page.

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Communism Power Grab War on the Right

Brown Shirts

A huge investigation carried out by the FBI and other Federal law enforcement into the Capitol incident of January 6 has so far netted 465 arrests with an additional 250 people wanted for various charges. The only death connected to the event was an unarmed woman killed by a police officer.

Contrast that to last summer’s violence where over a hundred deaths and BILLIONS of dollars in damages were directly caused by rioters who established entire areas that were claimed to be “autonomous zones” existing outside of government authority. Those protests saw nearly all of the charges being dropped.

The organization err idea that caused mush of the damage and violence continues to harass and attack American citizens, in some cases with the active support and cooperation of law enforcement.

Why is all of this happening? Because getting the people to overthrow local authority is how China did it.

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Communism

Theft

This is another post about the blatant theft of property that has been occurring in this country: the government is forcing property owners to fund their lockdowns by demanding that they provide free housing. The latest in these stories is this one from California.

The homeowner in this case isn’t some “evil” megacorporation. When she moved in with her boyfriend, she decided to rent out her beachfront condo in order to cover the mortgage, tax, and other expenses.

The tenant in this case hasn’t paid rent in over 14 months, and has been subletting the property, and even listing it on AirBNB as a vacation rental, despite the fact that all of that is prohibited by the lease. A new law passed in May says that landlords can only evict tenants if they pose an imminent threat to health or safety, leaving landlords with no recourse or means of collecting any past due rents.

Slate jumps on the bandwagon by claiming “million of tenants will lose ‘their homes'” when the eviction moratorium expires, completely ignoring the fact that the properties aren’t the tenants’ homes in the first place. The Slate article goes on to claim that there is government money available for landlords to be made whole, but many landlords are refusing to accept the money, thereby making the landlords look mean.

The reason why that money is a bad deal for landlords is that, like most government plans, the money comes with strings attached. The deal is that the property owner has to sign a contract accepting the government funds as a complete settlement of ALL monies due. If the tenant moves out and the property has tens of thousands of dollars in damages- too bad. You can’t report the tenant’s history and failure to pay rent to anyone.

I will quote Slate now:

Eviction should not be the solution to every landlord problem, even though that has been an underlying assumption in the United States for a very long time. We are comparing a choice that someone makes to start a business venture with a fundamental right and need for shelter just to exist as a human being—and I think we need to stop equating those two things. (emphasis added)

Do you see what they are claiming? A person has a right to a place to live, even at the expense of someone else. This is communist bullshit. The ultimate goal here is that property owners will be forced to provide free homes to anyone who claims a need.

I simply can’t see how this is NOT a violation of the takings clause. So far, the courts are taking the position that an eviction moratorium doesn’t deprive the property owner of their property because the rent is still due, even though there is no mechanism in place to allow for the collection of rent.

I see no difference between this and requiring a restaurant to feed people on demand. What else do they want for free? This “eliminate rent” movement is the first step towards destroying our economy and replacing it with communism. This is class warfare, pure and simple.

Poor people and minorities are primarily the people who rent homes. Whites and more affluent people own their homes. Race and class are being used to destroy home ownership.

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Purge opposition

Say it isn’t so

The Texas State Guard is the latest to become infiltrated and subverted. They are now going full on woke.

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Police State Silence the opposition

False Flag

To go along with my previous post on how the Biden administration is trying to silence the opposition, the Washington Post came out swinging today.

Their article is misleading. They are attacking Tucker Carlson for claiming that the January 6th events at the Capitol were engineered by the FBI. They set up a strawman to attack:

The sketchy and quickly debunked claims made by Carlson. The Fox News host was elevating a story written for the website Revolver by a former Trump administration official (later fired for links to white nationalists) arguing that “unindicted co-conspirators” referred to in Justice Department charging documents referred to government law enforcement agents. In other words, that the references implied a significant intertwining of FBI agents in the violence that day. But, as The Washington Post’s Aaron Blake reported, that term wouldn’t apply to FBI agents, and the “co-conspirators” identified by Carlson were at times clearly identifiable. One, for example, was obviously a suspect’s wife, based on the available information. Marrying someone for a long-game sting operation would be quite a level of commitment.

Debunked my ass. The FBI engineered it, but not by using actual agents. No, they did it by using FBI informants. I pointed this out way back in January. Even Reuters reported that the leader of the Proud Boys was an FBI informant.

In the Miami hearing, a federal prosecutor, a Federal Bureau of Investigation agent and Tarrio’s [Tarrio is the leader of the Proud Boys- DM] own lawyer described his undercover work and said he had helped authorities prosecute more than a dozen people in various cases involving drugs, gambling and human smuggling.

In a statement to Reuters, the former federal prosecutor in Tarrio’s case, Vanessa Singh Johannes, confirmed that “he cooperated with local and federal law enforcement, to aid in the prosecution of those running other, separate criminal enterprises, ranging from running marijuana grow houses in Miami to operating pharmaceutical fraud schemes

So the Washington Post either has a short memory, or they are deliberately lying.

We know the FBI can and will do so. Remember how Sandy Hook resulted in a 1500 page report from the FBI, but the Las Vegas shooter report was only three pages?

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Purge opposition Silence the opposition War on the Right

Ministry of Truth

This article from the Free Beacon engenders a certain amount of concern from me. There are some scary statements in there. Let me point out a few of them:

the Biden administration endorses the “Christchurch Call,” a series of sweeping regulations to “eliminate terrorist and violent extremist content online.” Governments that endorse the Christchurch Call support media “industry standards … to ensure that reporting on terrorist attacks does not amplify terrorist and violent extremist content.”

Can anyone think of how the press would have reacted to this statement if it had been made by the Trump administration?

According to DHS, warning signs that internet content may be the product of a disinformation campaign include a lack of “contradicting information” and articles that do not include the names of authors, a standard practice by news outlets such as the Associated Press and the Economist.

So first you claim to be targeting “online extremists” and then say that any article that doesn’t include the author’s name is a sign that the article is disinformation. Perhaps that author doesn’t want to be vzyali.

This is why I set up the server that is hosting this blog and others. It is only a matter of time before many voices are silenced.

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Presidency

Destroying the Church

As all of you probably know, I am not a religious person. What you don’t know is that I was raised Catholic. While I have my criticisms of the Church and the Holy See, one thing that I have always respected is the church’s steadfast defense of its beliefs.

President Biden’s stance is not in keeping with the Church’s stance on abortion. The Church is reportedly looking at refusing communion to Catholics who support abortion, and the President doesn’t think that the Church has the moxie to enforce this rule.

“That’s a private matter and I don’t think that’s gonna happen,” the second Catholic president told reporters at the White House.

In short, he thinks that the Communist Pope will cave in, thus destroying the reputation of the Church. In other words, the President believes that the Pope’s support of Communism outweighs his belief in his God.

But Pope Francis, who is known for his oftentimes liberal views, is believed to oppose cutting off Communion to Biden. He said in a recent sermon that Communion “is not the reward of saints, but the bread of sinners” and his allies campaigned against the US bishops’ push.

He might be right. Biden stole an election and he may also steal the Church. The Pope is soon to bow down and kiss the Presidential ring.