The Constitution is Not a Suicide Pact

The Rolling Stone published a story based on an interview on local Oklahoma TV where a doctor claimed that gunshot victims couldn’t get treatment because ER’s are so overwhelmed with ivermectin overdoses they can’t take new patients.

There was only one thing wrong about the story: it was a fabrication from start to finish. The doctor who made the claim didn’t even work at the hospital in question and the hospital says they haven’t admitted anyone for ivermectin overdose.

This is a classic Soviet disinformation op. They did this sort of thing all the time: plant a story in some out of the way place and then ensure that someone big picked up on it: before you knew it, the story was around the world. And here’s the thing: it doesn’t matter if later the truth comes out. Corrections never have as much impact as the initial, shocking claim. The Tweet of the article got the Rolling Stone more than 17,000 retweets and 19,000 likes. Rolling Stone’s follow up pointing out that the hospital denied everything? About 300 retweets. Most people who saw the lie float through their TL will never find out it was a lie. What does Rolling Stone care they were caught in a lie? The Cause was served. The Narrative advanced. Because the story wasn’t for you and me: we know the MSM is nothing but despicable liars. The story was for Blue State voters – it told them that those racist, hick MAGAts are so stupid they are OD’ing on “horse dewormer” (which is another lie: apparently there is a human use version of the drug and has been for years). It told, that is, upper class, urban liberals that they are oh, so smart to stick with the Democrats and keep masked up and locked down. And the purpose of that is defense: the Democrats know full well that, all else being equal, they are going to take losses next year. Making things entirely tribal means there’s a good chance their tribe won’t go off the ranch over trivial things like inflation and surrender to the Taliban.

The problem here is that nothing will happen to the liars. Even if a particular MSMer is caught so obviously in a lie that he gets fired, there is no real sanction. And if you check back after a while, you’ll find that the fired liar has been given a new gig in the industry. There is no cost for the most egregious and wicked lies – and so egregious and wicked lies have become the norm.

Here’s the question I now put to you: can a Republic of free people endure if people, under the protection of the First Amendment, are allowed to lie without sanction?

It is a serious question, and it requires a serious answer. I am no longer of the position that people must be allowed to saw whatever they want. I used to believe that because I believed it protected my ability to say what I wished. But now I know that it doesn’t: the liars who demand full protection of the First Amendment do not accord such protection to me. If I say something absolutely true but opposed to the Party Line, I am to be destroyed. A man named John Gibson, founder of a gaming development company, was fired for pointing out on Twitter that he is pro life. That’s it: he merely stated his opinion. And an opinion shared by many tens of millions of Americans. But that was enough to ruin him. Statement made at 1:04pm on September 4th, fired at 6:01pm, September 6th. Little less than 53 hours from words to unemployment. And the only reason they haven’t done this to you is because they haven’t got around to it, yet. You do not have First Amendment protection in any practical sense. It is nothing to say that you can say what you want, but you’ll lose your job if you say the wrong thing. Everyone who has to work for someone else now takes great care in what they say in public.

The Constitution is not a suicide pact. I will not agree that I must let those who wish to destroy me in spite of Constitutional protections hide behind those protections against retaliation. The rule – established by the liars – is that if someone disagrees with you, then can be socially and economically destroyed. I disagree with the liars in the MSM.

In my view, there are two things we should do:

  1. A law prohibiting sanctions against an employee for speech made outside the work environment. I’ve said this before and got a lot of push back on it. I believe I have been proved correct. If they can’t take away our employment, then we will have taken away their primary means of forcing us to comply.
  2. Laws must be crafted to provide criminal and civil sanction to anyone who states something factually false in public. I know it is fraught with hazard: but the impervious defense here is to simply never say anything in public unless you are 100% certain it is factually correct. A jury will ultimately decide if you lied and you only need one in twelve to see a fact. Additionally, if we sanction those who falsely accuse others of lying (in other words, someone accuses you of lying in public, but you didn’t) then that will take away the incentive the liars will have to make false charges.

What we can’t afford is to do nothing. We can’t allow liars and tyrants to proliferate and hope that we can survive by arguing a liar out of his lie. He’s lying: he knows he can’t win an argument. The liar isn’t trying to win an argument: he’s trying to destroy you. The liar must be punished, and quite severely. If we don’t do this, then everything else we do becomes ultimately pointless.

43 thoughts on “The Constitution is Not a Suicide Pact

  1. Retired Spook September 8, 2021 / 3:40 pm

    There’s a quote I’ve always loved, often attributed to Alexander Solzhenitsyn, but actually from the novel A Mountain of Crumbs about growing up behind the Iron Curtain by Elena Gorokhova:

    “The Rules are simple: they lie to us, we know they’re lying, they know we know they’re lying, but they keep lying anyway, and we keep pretending to believe them.”

    And the problem for Leftists is that with every additional outrageous lie, fewer and fewer people are even pretending to believe them.

  2. Cluster September 8, 2021 / 7:09 pm

    There was only one thing wrong about the story: it was a fabrication from start to finish.

    But that doesn’t matter anymore because this story has been repeated ad nauseam on MSNBC and CNN so the story has already had its intended effect. Malign the characters of conservatives … this is text book Nazi propaganda. We are all now witnessing in real time how the fascist Left assumes power and control and no surprise it’s largely dependent on dumbed down, self obsessed, mouth breathing people who don’t think past the headlines and love to have someone to blame.

  3. Retired Spook September 9, 2021 / 12:26 pm

    If there was ever a candidate for the YCMTSU file, it’s this.

    The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) determined recently that America’s founding documents may be “harmful or difficult” for some users to view since they reflect “outdated, biased, offensive, and possibly violent views and opinions.”

    In order to caution readers before they access digital copies of the offensive documents — which, of course, include the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights — NARA has plastered a “Harmful Language Alert” above its entire online catalog.

    When users click the alert link, they are redirected to NARA’s “Statement on Potentially Harmful Content.” There the agency explains, almost regretfully, that it is “[their] charge to preserve and make available these historical records.” And by virtue of this charge, the agency explains, harmful content will be preserved.

    • Cluster September 9, 2021 / 5:44 pm

      You know rather than hand out vax passports to those who are vaccinated, why not just make the unvaccinated where a patch with a star on it. I wonder if that’s ever been done before.

  4. Cluster September 9, 2021 / 3:31 pm

    America has become a weak and feminized country … I was just at a restaurant and was served by a man with sparkly finger nails … I was embarrassed for him. We also have a Sec of State begging terrorists to be nice to him, and a POTUS who wears a muzzle.

    I not going to apologize for this statement and that is simply, we need more real, God fearing men stepping up and taking charge in this country, and we need to get rid of all the Karens.

    • Jeremiah September 9, 2021 / 8:27 pm

      “We need more real, God fearing men stepping up and taking charge in this country,”

      Amen!

      Just before King David died, he left his son Solomon with the kingship over his kingdom (Israel), and charged him with those very words, “Be a Man! and obey the Lord God in all that you do.”

      You know it’s amazing, how, all through David’s life, he had trouble on every side, it was constant war, but the Lord strengthened David, and he and his armies slew hundreds of thousands, and when everything was done, when David’s work was done, and he left the kingdom to Solomon, there was peace. Solomon rebuilt the temple, and another building, I think it was a temple in the forest.

      It’s like that in our day, too. We just need warriors, real men of courage, real generals, who can set this nation in order.

      • Cluster September 10, 2021 / 9:17 am

        Peace resides in the shadows of courage

  5. Cluster September 10, 2021 / 9:14 am

    So America entered a new phase yesterday. The Democrat party, aided and abetted by the media and the deep state introduced just a little more tyranny yesterday to the point now that unless you comply with their decrees, you may not be able to feed your family or yourself.

    But let’s not get extreme, or say things that might upset people. It’s all good, just wear your mask and vote for Republicans in 2022 … I’m losing Faith in this country

    • Retired Spook September 10, 2021 / 9:37 am

      So, what happens to the economy if, say, 10 or 20% of the 80 million affected by Biden’s new vaccine mandate refuse to get the vaccine and either quit or are fired? Asking for a friend.

      • Cluster September 10, 2021 / 10:34 am

        Your friend is wise lol. And yes exactly, especially when medical workers, nurses, doctors, etc., start to leave the profession because of the mandates which is already happening. Who then will treat the “unvaccinated”?? Oh the horrors. Remember folks, this if the flu. Our government actually weaponized the flu and a lot of stupid people fell for it. I will also point out that just a couple hours after Biden’s dictatorial decree, tens of thousands of Floridians gave him the middle finger and packed Raymond James stadium in Tampa.

        I am also taking exception to the media’s portrayal of 9/11 this morning. The fact is, we are not strong and we have forgot. American men now wear sparkly finger nails and women want us to wear masks. Gen. Patton is rolling over in his grave. As are all of our founding fathers. What an embarrassment this country is.

      • Amazona September 10, 2021 / 11:29 am

        One question the Agenda Media steadfastly refuse to ask or even acknowledge is why so many people IN THE MEDICAL PROFESSION refuse to take the vaccine.

        These are people whose jobs, and lives, are based on knowledge of medical information. So why does this demographic, more than any other single demographic except for that of black people, feel so strongly about what they obviously see as dangers related to taking this vaccine?

        I would place this unasked question in second place, right behind “Why do the government and Agenda Media refuse to include the numbers of people who have recovered from Covid in the tally of those allegedly either immune or resistant to Covid?”

        Both unasked questions obviously represent facts the government, aided by its obedient Agenda Media, don’t want discussed because the answers would not just not fit the desired narrative, it would blow it up.

  6. Retired Spook September 10, 2021 / 10:34 am

    Next time you hear someone making fun of Ivermectin as “horse paste,” show them this. Someone should send a copy to that moron, Jimmy Kimmel.

    In 2015, the Nobel Committee for Physiology or Medicine, in its only award for treatments of infectious diseases since six decades prior, honoured the discovery of ivermectin (IVM), a multifaceted drug deployed against some of the world’s most devastating tropical diseases. Since March 2020, when IVM was first used against a new global scourge, COVID-19, more than 20 randomized clinical trials (RCTs) have tracked such inpatient and outpatient treatments. Six of seven meta-analyses of IVM treatment RCTs reporting in 2021 found notable reductions in COVID-19 fatalities, with a mean 31% relative risk of mortality vs. controls.

    • Amazona September 10, 2021 / 12:04 pm

      The tiny petty minds of the Leftist scolds don’t seem to grasp the fact that even the most advanced scientific minds don’t always fully understand the mechanisms by which different medicines, herbs, minerals etc affect the human body.

      We take aspirin for granted, but it is truly a miracle drug. It has been used in one form or another for centuries, taken from the bark of willow trees. It will bring down a fever but unlike other drugs will not take it below normal. No one really knows why. It reduces pain, it is an anti-inflammatory and it thins the blood. A mental midget like Kimmel would snort and snicker about the idiocy of using tree bark for arthritis and snicker at his “humor”,

      I was once told that medics in Viet Nam carried bags of sugar, and when treating someone out in the field with large gaping wounds they would pack the wounds with sugar until the soldier could get to a hospital, because the sugar would inhibit or kill bacteria in the wound. Years later a veterinarian who had been a military medic told me the same thing, about how to do emergency treatment for a large gaping wound on a horse. Kimmel would titter till he wet himself ridiculing the idea of treating an open wound with sugar.

      Or with honey. Or with silver, yet Silvadene, which is silver-based, is an amazing salve that often heals deep cuts and abrasions with no scarring.

      My understanding of ivermectin as a dewormer is that it doesn’t kill internal parasites but just immobilizes them so they don’t develop and merely pass through the animal’s system. This is what makes it safer to use on animals that may have a very large parasite load, as dewormers that kill the parasites then leave huge volumes of dead and decaying parasites in the body where they become toxic and can kill the animal. So it is not a poison, so to speak, but acts differently, which is probably what makes it safer to use in humans as well. Evidently it is also effective at reducing some kinds of inflammation.

      • Jeremiah September 10, 2021 / 6:43 pm

        I have dewormed horses with that Ivermectin paste, and indeed it does not kill the worms, they are alive after the horse poops them out. Short, fat worms kind of red in color, look like grub worms. Or cicada larva, except red, and no legs.

      • Amazona September 10, 2021 / 8:30 pm

        Thanks for the vivid mental picture, Jeremiah! :-)) Actually, whatever you see is whatever kinds of worms the horse had when the ivermectin was administered. It immobilizes all kinds of internal parasites.

        It’s the lack of toxicity that makes it so safe and so popular. I don’t remember how much has to be given to a horse to reach toxic levels but it is a huge amount, which is nice because it means not having to calculate how much was lost if (when!) Froofy Belle spits out half of a tube and you have to give another one. It’s also nice to not have to worry about bad reactions after having a lot of the stuff smeared all over your face, your neck, your arms, your hands and in your hair—seriously, horses have very strong necks and when they toss their heads while having a tube of gunk squirted into their mouths there isn’t a lot you can do about it.

      • Jeremiah September 10, 2021 / 8:38 pm

        They come different size tubes, for different weight classes. I generally just put it in the cheek, and the nipple in between the top and bottom jaw teeth, and just kinda squeeze it out slow like. They kinda chew on it and work their tongue in and out a little bit. Lol 😂

      • Jeremiah September 10, 2021 / 10:05 pm

        And some tubes has the weight class dosage on the plunger.

      • Amazona September 11, 2021 / 10:33 am

        Yes, the tubes are marked for weight and dosage. Yes, sometimes you can get a horse to accept everything you put in its mouth. But as someone who has, six times a year, spent most of a day deworming more than 100 horses each time I can assure you that many horses will not tolerate your technique, and/or will spit out some of what was put in their mouths. Some react the way you described: some do not.

        Therefore, even when trying to follow the recommended dosage by adjusting the plunger on the tube of dewormer it can be impossible to know exactly how much of the dewormer made it into the horse’s system. And too little is dangerous as it can expose the parasites to enough of the chemicals to develop resistance but not enough to kill them.

        As a professional horsewoman, breeder and trainer who used to have a herd of more than 100 horses, I have had a lot of experience in deworming horses, and have tried every single technique there is. I confirmed with my veterinarian and a doctor at the vet school in Fort Collins, Colorado, that the markings on the tubes show the minimum dosage by weight. With ivermectin in particular it was safe to just give an entire second tube if I thought the horse had gotten rid of a lot of the first dose.

        Having said that, I have often used ivermectin more often than indicated in the standard rotation of dewormers, if for some reason I suspected a horse might have a lot of parasites—a horse I just bought, a horse that was not thriving, a horse whose fecal exam showed a lot of worms. And my point was that the drug is so safe I have always felt comfortable administering doses larger than those suggested, either at one time if the horse has spit out quite bit of the first dose or in closely spaced doses. And because of its safety I haven’t worried when I got it on my skin.

      • Jeremiah September 11, 2021 / 4:17 pm

        I agree that ivermectin is a safe and effective form of treatment for parasitic infections for animals, and for humans in the right form. I never had any problem with it. I think, however, it should be taken the way it’s recommended by doctors and veterinarians. Lol! If it shows a horse on the box, it’s meant for horses, and if it’s in a box with a prescription label on it from a doctor/pharmacist, it’s made for human consumption as a form of medication for parasitic infection, or as treatment for, preventative of Covid-19.

        Please remember my family in your all’s prayers, my cousin just passed away. She had Covid-19 and then contracted double-pneumonia. She passed away yesterday evening. 😥

      • Amazona September 11, 2021 / 4:27 pm

        I am very sorry to hear that your cousin passed away.

    • Cluster September 10, 2021 / 12:35 pm

      Vaccine mandates are a complete violation of the hippocratic oath. Ask your care provider if they still believe in the hippocratic oath when they want to force a vaccine on you.

      • Amazona September 10, 2021 / 2:21 pm

        This overreach might be the silver lining in the Biden cloud—–it is so outrageous and such a denial of basic human rights in this country (as well as tripping all over the “my body my choice” mantra of his base) that it has to result in a Supreme Court challenge which might, in spite of the weaselly Libs on the Court, end up with a ruling reasserting the 10th Amendment demand that the federal government is restricted to its specifically delegated duties and forbidden from anything else.

        That ruling would be a blessing as it would tie in with a repeal of Roe v Wade.

  7. Cluster September 10, 2021 / 10:37 am

    The mom and dad of the son who smokes crack and rapes underage girls and films himself doing it, are now on tv saying they want to keep school children safe. YCMTSU

  8. Cluster September 10, 2021 / 10:42 am

    Also never forget that Nancy Botox Pelosi kneeled in the capital for George Floyd but refused to have the names of the 13 fallen marines read aloud in the Chamber for fear of “politicizing” the tragedy. This woman can not die soon enough.

  9. Amazona September 10, 2021 / 11:42 am

    I’ve been watching the Trump interview with Greg Gutfeld, shown in separate parts on the Gutfeld show for the last couple of nights with the final part to be shown tonight. I like this interview because it is different from those I have seen. For one thing, it started with Gutfeld talking about how he started off “hating” Trump, and i think it shows Trump as a person more than a politician, which is nice. I have never seen him appear so relaxed and real. Gutfeld is such a weird little guy, he just doesn’t come off as a hard-nosed reporter, and Trump seems to respond to him differently than he does to most interviewers.

    Aside from the awkward sitting-across-from-each-other-in-straight-backed-chairs format, it comes across almost like a conversation across a dinner table than an interview

    This interview makes me happier about having him run again, though I admit to a small fantasy in which he suddenly runs for the House in 2022 and is then appointed Speaker of the House. This prospect of Leftist heads exploding en masse is quite entertaining.

    • Amazona September 10, 2021 / 2:06 pm

      Former President Donald Trump says the only negative about running again in 2024 would be that his candidacy would likely save CNN.

      Trump made his remarks during an interview with Fox News host Greg Gutfeld. Excerpts from the interview aired on Gutfeld’s show Thursday.

      Gutfeld noted a possible run for president again by Trump would likely save CNN.

      “That’s a problem,” Trump agreed.

  10. Cluster September 10, 2021 / 12:41 pm

    UN F***KING BELIEVABLE

    Right now on MSNBC, some retired piece of shit general is anguishing over Abu Graib prison and how “conservative Americans” radicalized jihadists and how that was an embarrassment to America.

    These Democrats are our direct ENEMIES and traitors to this country. We will need to attack and defeat them first.

    • Amazona September 10, 2021 / 2:17 pm

      Rush was right when he said the “torture” at Abu Ghraib was about as bad as a lot of fraternity hazings. It’s not as if the Americans there buried people up to their necks and then threw rocks at their heads till they died. Or hacked off their heads with dull swords on video. Or engaged in gang rapes.

      The Left had to redefine “making someone feel uncomfortable” as “torture” so they could hammer that negative on its lapdog media outlets.

      But let’s look at the timeline—was Abu Ghraib before or after 9/11? Before or after the attacks on our embassy in Kenya? Before or after shooting down that plane over Lockerbie?

      Maybe the primitive savages of radical Islam had some of those magical crystal balls the Left finds so essential in its interpretation of events, motives and inner thoughts of others to foresee the pestering at Abu Ghraib and become “radicalized jihadists” in anticipation of that outrage.

      Yeah, that’s the ticket.

      We can be grateful this general is now retired and no longer influencing our military except as a blithering mouthpiece on a failing Leftist cable show.

  11. Cluster September 10, 2021 / 2:05 pm

    As small businesses across the country get below the 100 employee threshold … my hope is that they fire the vaccinated Democrats first.

  12. Amazona September 10, 2021 / 5:51 pm

    I refuse to pay to read the NYT online stories, but I get headlines and partial paragraphs to try to tempt me past the paywall, so I did get to see this much about the drone strike the Biden Tongue Bath media touted as his strong response to ….whatever.

    Our investigation shows how the military launched a fatal strike with limited intelligence.

    This is the strike that allegedly killed two very very important but unnamed terrorists who were then categorized as “planners”, the strike that was then found to have killed a family of 10 instead.

    “limited intelligence” —- sounds like the entire administration and all who support and defend it

    • Amazona September 10, 2021 / 5:59 pm

      Analysis has revealed that Joe Biden’s last minute effort to salvage credibility during the Afghanistan withdrawal included a heinous war crime which murdered aid worker civilians, not the ISIS-K terrorists the Biden regime claimed.

      On August 28th, Major General Hank Taylor told reporters during a press briefing that an “over-the-horizon” counterterrorism operation killed “two high profile” ISIS-K targets.

      The move was lauded by America’s corporate news media, even as doubts as to the veracity of the claims were raised in the immediate aftermath.

      Now, analysis from the New York Times reveals the driver of the vehicle targeted, Zemari Ahmadi, was in fact a long-time worker for a U.S. aid group. He appeared to be carrying water, not explosives.

      The Times further alleges while the U.S. military accepts responsibility for collateral damage in the form of three civilians, it was likelier 10 who died, including seven children.

      A timeline of events pieced together from more than a dozen of the driver’s family members as well as colleagues reveals the following:

      Mr. Ahmadi had worked as an electrical engineer for Nutrition and Education International, a California-based aid group;
      On the morning of the Biden-backed atrocity, Ahmadi’s boss called him at 8:45 a.m and asked him to pick up his laptop;
      Mr. Ahmadi left at around 9 a.m. in a white Toyota Corolla belonging to his employer. This is when surveillance began;
      An MQ-9 Reaper drone tracked Ahmadi around Kabul, as he picked up breakfast and went to his office;
      Around 2:30pm, Ahmadi began filling canisters with water, to distribute them as aid;
      Mr. Ahmadi commuted home around 4pm;
      As he arrived home at 4:50pm, the U.S. drone fired a Hellfire missile at him, murdering him and his family members.

      Shortly after the strike, U.S. military leaders insisted only ISIS combatants had been killed, and that a secondary explosion proved there were explosives in the vehicle. An on-the-ground investigation has now disproven any claims of a secondary explosion, meaning Biden’s U.S. military not only committed a war crime, but attempted to cover it up with a lie.

      Ahmadi’s relatives said 10 members of their family, including seven kids, were killed: Ahmadi and three of his children, Zamir, 20, Faisal, 16, and Farzad, 10; Mr. Ahmadi’s cousin Naser, 30; three of Romal’s children, Arwin, 7, Benyamin, 6, and Hayat, 2; and two 3-year-old girls, Malika and Somaya.

      So much blood on so many hands—-and so many Democrats who don’t care

      • Cluster September 10, 2021 / 6:49 pm

        Now, analysis from the New York Times reveals the driver of the vehicle targeted, Zemari Ahmadi, was in fact a long-time worker for a U.S. aid group. He appeared to be carrying water, not explosives.

        How far this country has fallen.

    • Retired Spook September 10, 2021 / 6:08 pm

      And that limited intelligence is coupled with even more limited competence, and a good measure of corruption thrown in for good measure. Bad combination.

      • Amazona September 10, 2021 / 7:47 pm

        Deadly combination

  13. Amazona September 10, 2021 / 6:06 pm

    There are many laws in the land, with different states containing different laws to follow. But, the supreme laws are the ones enshrined in the Constitution. If any laws are issued that conflict with this supreme law of the land, then those laws are invalid and do not have to be followed.

    This isn’t just the opinion of a freedom-loving American with a penchant for bucking authority, it’s also the opinion of the Supreme Court. The following is from the 16th American Jurisprudence, Second Edition, Section 177:

    The general misconception is that any statute passed by legislators bearing the appearance of law constitutes the law of the land. The U.S. Constitution is the supreme law of the land, and any statute, to be valid, must be in agreement. It is impossible for both the Constitution and a law violating it to be valid; one must prevail. This is succinctly stated as follows:

    The General rule is that an unconstitutional statute, though having the form and name of law is, in reality, no law, but is wholly void, and ineffective for any purpose; since unconstitutionality dates from the time of it’s (sic) enactment and not merely from the date of the decision so branding it. An unconstitutional law, in legal contemplation, is as inoperative as if it had never been passed. Such a statute leaves the question that it purports to settle just as it would be had the statute not been enacted.

    Since an unconstitutional law is void, the general principles follow that it imposes no duties, confers no rights, creates no office, bestows no power or authority on anyone, affords no protection, and justifies no acts performed under it…..

    A void act cannot be legally consistent with a valid one. An unconstitutional law cannot
    operate to supersede any existing valid law. Indeed, insofar as a statute runs counter to the
    fundamental law of the lend, it is superseded thereby.

    No one Is bound to obey an unconstitutional law and no courts are bound to enforce it.

    I wonder if Lefties have any of those “RESIST” bumper stickers they would like to sell. I’ll bet there is a good market for them.

  14. Amazona September 10, 2021 / 6:16 pm

    Joe Biden threatens governors:

    “If these governors won’t help, I will use my powers as president and get them out of the way.”
    …………………………………
    What we saw today was a president who truly believes he can do whatever he wants and that individual rights do not exist. This was a moment in our nation’s history that will be looked back on in shame, and that’s assuming the nation survives in the long term.

    • Cluster September 10, 2021 / 6:53 pm

      It’s not just a President who believes he can do anything. It’s an entire movement comprised of academia, media, entertainment, deep state, and all of it mentored by China. I’m telling you, we are in deep shit unless we get motivated and organized real quick.

      • Amazona September 10, 2021 / 7:46 pm

        It’s a movement which is based on a political philosophy that can be summed up as consolidation of power in the hands of a few elites, who then administer top-down governance. Many if not most of those supporting and enabling it have not analyzed it as such, and merely support it because they believe, for some unsupported and wildly inaccurate reason, doing so imparts moral and even intellectual superiority.

        When specifically asked if they think the best governance consolidates power in the hands of a few, most say no, of course not. Yet they vote for the system that is based on that philosophy of governance.

        When specifically asked if they think the best governance is based on keeping most authority in the hands of the people, most say yes, of course so. Yet they vote for the system that is based on the exact opposite.

        Its support is based almost exclusively on the inability of emotionally blinded people to recognize the cognitive dissonance of what they say they think with how they act. It’s their actions that pose the danger to the nation.

  15. Amazona September 10, 2021 / 7:37 pm

    re: measles in some Afghan refugees:

    Measles is one of the most contagious diseases on the planet. The Biden administration will explore vaccination efforts for these evacuees as well. What if some of these refugees refuse the shot? Will they be denied entry?

    BTW, I had measles many many years ago, and to this day I am immune to measles. This is known as the natural immunity one gets from having had and then recovered from a viral disease.

    Like Covid.

    The measles vaccine is a true vaccine, in that it gives the recipient a very mild case of the measles, prompting the body to produce its own natural antibodies.

    Note: when you use the word “measles” several times it just sounds weird

  16. Cluster September 11, 2021 / 3:14 pm

    Has anyone heard from any of the American Women’s movements re: the new plight of Aghani women? Just curious. I know how focused they are women’s rights.

    • Amazona September 11, 2021 / 4:08 pm

      I think they’re conferring with the “My Body My Choice” people trying to figure out how to spin their conflicting mission statements and current positions.

  17. Amazona September 13, 2021 / 11:25 am

    ‘You think YOUR patience is running out? LOL, f**k YOU.’ EPIC thread from the ‘unvaccinated’ kicks SO much a*s and takes ALL the names

    Lots of F-bombs but they seem appropriate

  18. Amazona September 13, 2021 / 3:15 pm

    A New York hospital announced that it will be “unable to safely staff” its maternity department and will halt its baby deliveries later this month after 30 staff members quit due to the facility’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
    ……………………………………….

    But according to Harvard Health Publishing, the real reason for this is not that health care workers pay more attention to actual facts about vaccines than to government propaganda, it is because the messaging just hasn’t been good enough.

    Given the lack of trust among caregivers, staff don’t just need more information about the safety of the vaccine; they need to hear this message from a trusted source.

    Not a single word in this entire article relates to the increasing body of knowledge about bad reactions to the vaccines.

    It seems that it is not just politically savvy people who don’t have much faith in the Leftist government we have these days, or those who instinctively resist the tyranny of government mandates, or those who understand the lack of integrity in the Agenda Media who are skeptical of the pro-vaccine narratives. It looks like people who are deeply invested in health care and therefore in knowing as much as possible about it are some of the most resistant to the heavy hand of the Central Authority trying to impose its pro-vax narrative.

    Hmmmmm

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