September 30, 2021

Whistleblowers not allowed.

Russell Brand continues his red pill journey.  Brand is no conservative, but when you compare his latest content with say the insane rantings of Joy Behar, he's clearing moving towards sensibility at least.


As I commented in the comments section for this video, 
Great post, 1 correction though: "There is never a party standing for election that says we don't do stuff like that...we're gonna end lobbying..." Does drain the swamp ring a bell? President Trump tried to change the way Washington worked and was beset on all sides to try and stop him from succeeding. Yet many Republicans tried to stand with him to do it. His presidency was a wasted golden opportunity for America. Thanks mainstream media for killing it, great job there.
Now set that aside, whistleblowers are being jailed.  Doesn't that ring a massive number of alarm bells for you?

You heard that right.

Australia doesn't listen to itself:

September 29, 2021

Is this enough to matter?

 First Nicki Minaj, now Rihanna breaking with leftist orthodoxy? WTF is next?  Bill Whittle opines:

YouTube banning all anti-vax content?

 Censorship to ensure you do not question your overlords:

September 28, 2021

Shaquille O'Neal denounces celebrity left

 This is promising but still too isolated unfortunately.  Maybe his message will inspire other celebrities.

Existential Catholicism Crisis

The Catholic Church seems to have lost its way.  Paul Joseph Watson is typically both boisterous and bellicose.  But he's also usually right. Here' he calls the Catholic church to task for abandoning Christianity's principles.

September 27, 2021

A well-reasoned response to the incident at ASU

This man deserves some more exposure, his opinions are well thought out and reasoned.  He makes a good point when he says the liberal agenda is about revenge.  I hadn't considered it in that light.  But if that's the case, is America inevitably coming to a PLO vs. Israel endless cycle of war? The liberal agenda using or creating some people's revenge motivation is evil.  It causes division, it causes segregation, and it fans the flames of hatred.  It must be exposed.  It must be stopped.  

Go check out Red Pill 4L on YouTube. Guys like this, who use reason and logic, deserve your support.

Woke means inclusivity. Wait no, it means segregation now.

How can you be 'woke' when you are arguing for inclusivity but at the same time arguing for segregation? I can think of a few words that better describe that disconnect. But for the sake of civility I'll just call it gullible.  If you keep falling for the latest narrative that they would have you believe, you are not woke, you are gullible.  And that's how they want you.  It's George Orwell's 1984: don't think about the fact that what we told you yesterday was different than what we are telling you today. We really didn't tell you that yesterday.

God, why don't people think for themselves anymore? [That's rhetorical, I know why.]

September 26, 2021

Just... well said

There's no need to add to the commentary on this. It's well thought out.

Arizona Audit Report Presentation - Full Replay

The recent Arizona audit of the 2020 election results, played in full because it needs to be seen, not hidden.  Hopefully this doesn't get taken down from YouTube.

Sunday verse


September 25, 2021

More on the COVID cult

Cringe is a good descriptive term for the videos that YouTuber YoungRippa59 shares and discusses.  He chose the words cringe and cult, and it's a good choice of words. Speaking of words, there is some profanity in the video below, but that doesn't make it wrong.  I share his exasperation at this.

Oh NOW you come around!

It's a little late, but at least you're here now -- welcome to the Red Pill world Russell Brand.  We knew this back then but no one would listen.  Maybe you'll come a little further now that you know we weren't crazy.

September 24, 2021

The COVID Matrix

 It's so good to have non-liberal comedy available.  Thanks Babylon Bee:

Boxing reflects the decay of society

Boxing is but one example of how society has changed for the worse.  It also shows that all change is not good change.

NFL virtue signaling hypocrisy called out

Comedian Bill Burr makes the connection and roasts the NFL or the hypocrisy of their hollow virtue signaling:

Many of these supposedly woke corporations are only in this for the virtue signaling, and in most cases it's a matter of "...don't come after me next!" It's fake. It's hypocrisy in the case of the NFL.

And the solution is not to destroy these corporations as Marxists would have you do.  The solution is to leave politics at the door and let sports be sports.  Let music be music.  Let movies be movies.  Just movies.  They don't need to lecture us.  They are there to entertain, well at least they are supposed to be.  But the left has infected pretty much every part of the culture.  They may be driving us all back to doing more outdoor activities as our only means of escape from their tripe.  Maybe that's not such a bad thing.

Kudos once again to Bill Burr for calling this out.  He's not afraid to not be woke. That's what we need as a role model.

September 23, 2021

Massive voter fraud in Arizona ?

Arizona is about to release the results of an audit of voting irregularities tomorrow.  Apparently there are going to be a lot of questions after it is released. 

Project Veritas exposes more COVID stuff

 Two more videos from Project Veritas exposing the web of lies around COVID:

September 22, 2021

This is your vaccine cult 'leader'

This guy (he whose name shall not be mentioned by me), is the current 'leader' for the vaccine-pushing cult. Listen to what he is saying. "Protect vaccinated workers from unvaccinated co-workers" sews us-and-them division in the worst possible way.  "Patience is wearing thin" is threatening. "This is not about freedom" is downright evil because freedom is a fundamental principle. "If you want to work with the federal government, do business with us, get vaccinated" is criminal coersion (or blackmail).

"And by the way, show some respect." Right back at ya fella. Right back at ya.

The cult of vaccination, and the death of the Republic

I've always thought anti-vaxxers were nuts.  Measles vaccinations work. Polio vaccines worked, smallpox vaccines worked.  And even thought it is impressive that they were able to come up with a vaccine so quickly (under president Trump's push to do so), the FDA usually takes years of testing before approving a drug.  They didn't do that this time in the rush to address the "COVID crisis". Insufficient testing and approval leads to problems. You want an example? I give you Thalidomide. So have I become an anti-vaxxer? No.  But I am highly suspicious of both the efficacy of the COVID vaccines and the potential side effects (both short term and especially long term).  I haven't had my shot yet.  I'm letting the woke crowd be the human lab rats.  Maybe I'll take it in a few years if nobody sprouts extra limbs.

I've also become an alarmist on the whole vaccine passport notion, and I think very justifiably so. The extended lockdowns were bad enough, damaging economies and lives, with little critical thinking into the the idea that the cure may be worse than the disease.  Faith in "The Science" has become it's own religion or rather a cult. Those who do not believe are ridiculed.  That's a cult. Those who disagree or ask questions are disparaged and punished.  That's a cult.  Those who follow blindly or are willingly brainwashed are praised and rewarded with being allowed to continue their jobs and not starve to death and/or become homeless. That's a cult.

This is what happens with cults:

COVID doomsayers who love "The Science" have become a cult.  And it's a foolish cult at that; science is not meant to become policy and beyond that, "The Science" is clearly not complete or settled when it comes to COVID. Jordan Peterson discusses just that with Steven Crowder.

Project Veritas has started a new undercover sting, this time on insiders on COVID.  This is my biggest concern, science happening (in this case human deaths or dangerous side effects) and reporting on that being stifled. It's like they want you take the vaccine and they don't care if they have to lie to you to do so.  How can you make an informed decision if you hide truthful information from you?

And if they can lie about this, if they can lie to our faces about the failures of the Afghanistan withdrawal they can lie to us about anything. They can lie to us about what happened on January 6th, 2020 at the Capitol.  They can lie about who won the 2020 election.  Anything

The American Republic, the one and only bastion of true individual liberty in the history of the world, is on the precipice of becoming just another authoritarian regime. As a non-American, I implore you - do not let this happen to your country. You are better than this.

Comic books and how to cancel cancel culture

I've never been a big comic book fan, and don't pretend to know the industry. But this video caught my eye and I watched it, and there's a lesson to be learned from it.

Let me preface the video by observing that in an age of increasing competition from video games and anime as well as the younger generation not reading as much as previous generations in pursuit of those other types of entertainment, the comic book industry was bound to lose ground.  But here's the thing, when that happens, you have to get better at your craft, not worse.  It appears the comic industry has doubled down on wokeness instead, putting that ahead of good storytelling.  From a progressive perspective I get it; get them young and brainwash them into your cult.  But thankfully that will not succeed long term because you are shutting down industry after industry in doing so.  People will look elsewhere for their entertainment instead of being lectured to by idiots.

The lesson here has to do with how to cancel cancel culture. If you don't like something, don't buy it, don't support it.  Change the channel.  Many on the right are loath to support the idea of boycotts because it's cancel culture and there is something fundamentally wrong with cancelling someone's livelihood just because you disagree with them.  Disagreement is fundamental to a free society, and that's what the Left really want to cancel; no disagreement means no liberty.  Why play that game?

But building parallel societies is a form of indirect cancellation. We'll use GETTR or  Parler and get off of Twitter. That is in effect causing Twitter to begin to wither and die.  Of course it's no longer our fault because as they double down on thought policing their product, they grow smaller by degree each time. Just as those fed up with woke comic books buy retro comic books instead, or turn to video games or sports or something else to take it's place, you cancel cancel culture not by engaging it but by building a strong, healthy and appealing alternative.  It's like that old saw that says you attract more flies with honey than vinegar, except it's not flies you are attracting, it's minds.

September 21, 2021

More on Mass Psychosis

 From Academy of Ideas.  Does this ring a bell to you at all?

Canadian election meant nothing, and American pundits getting it wrong

The votes are still being counted so there may be a small shift of one or two here and there, but Canada has just completed a snap election that did absolutely nothing, despite high turnout. You'll likely see news clips of Prime Minister Trudeau claiming he has a mandate, it's a lie. I'm not just saying that as a disgruntled conservative who had been hoping for a better outcome (though that does describe me).  Take a look at the graph below.

Every party has almost exactly the same number of seats as it did after the 2019 election.  The changes were insignificant.  The net effect of this election was basically to revert to the results of the previous election and remove the impact of minor changes including members of parliament who left the liberal party after Trudeau's mistreatment of female party members.  Trudeau called a snap election unnecessarily, hoping to capitalize on great polling numbers, that faded quickly after he called the election. People it seems did not care for his opportunism.

In Canada, the executive and legislative branches of government are the same.   In order to have a majority government and control all legislation, a party needs 170 seats of the 338 seat available. The Prime Minister is the leader of the party with the most seats, whether they form a majority government or have to create a coalition with another party.  The Liberals had a minority government prior to yesterday's election, so they worked with the socialist New Democrat Party to get legislation passed. They had hoped to change that, but they failed. The Conservatives hoped for much more success with a new leader, he was so forgettable that they too failed. 

Unfortunately, the status quo is bad for Canada, as it ensures that the Liberal Party will continue to work with the socialist NDP party and continue to drift the country ever further leftward.

I have seen a lot of American pundits claim that Canada's Conservative Party is still a left leaning party when compared to Republicans. That is a gross inaccuracy.  The conservative voters in Canada in large part would be considered conservatives in America.  The same is true of the members in the Conservative Party.  But there is a significant problem.  Canada is dominated by left-leaning liberals and when combined with socialists, that represents the majority of the electorate.  Conservatives have won majority governments in parliament as recently as Stephen Harper's leadership less than a decade ago. But in order to do so, they have had to moderate their conservative values. The high-water mark for conservative voters in Canada is about 40%. So in winning, the Conservative Party have had to moderate their platforms to be palatable enough to hit that 38% to 40% range.  But when they win, they have been able to push the center back towards the right somewhat.  Stephen Harper lowered taxes, pushed conservative values but had to walk a thin line to do so.  The difficulty with that is that in order to get back to where a right-leaning Republican would feel at home living in Canada, it would take about 40 consecutive years of Conservative Party leadership and slow change.

That sucks, but it is the reality of the situation.  Canadian Conservatives are like Democrats in the U.S., they have to be dishonest about their positions in order to have any chance to win.  We don't love it, so don't judge us.  Saying I am not as conservative as Lisa Murkowski is offensive (don't worry it doesn't bother me) but more importantly it's outright wrong (that does bother me).

One more aside on this, in order to vote I either need an election card or two pieces of identification, one of which must have a photo and both must have my current address.  Why does that seem so difficult to do in some states? (I know the answer, but it really should be a big focus for Republicans nationally).

September 20, 2021

It's just a COVID question; no cancelling allowed

I find myself asking why the unending COVID scare is becoming unending.  Is the virus mutating faster than we can keep up?  Possibly but I don't think that's it.  Neither is it that deaths from COVID are unsustainable for humanity globally.  But lockdowns and masks and vaccine mandates persist and ramp  up time and again.


Could it have something to do with the fact that the same party that  unilaterally foisted Obamacare on America is trying to use the pandemic to foist single payer (government) health insurance on the entire nation?  Are they trying to leverage the pandemic to evolve a scenario where centralized health care appears to be the only option? As the pandemic drags into towards a second full year, the administration that promised a quick end with the supposedly "nothing to do with Trump" vaccines available, is continuing to up the COVID problem with intense hysteria-generating hype and illegal mandates.  


Who benefits from COVID mutations and continuing lockdowns and mandates?  Mostly nobody.  But Big Pharma does.  And Democrats do too but only under certain conditions.  Continued use of the pandemic pits one leftist (Rahm Emmanuel) rule "Never Let A Crisis Go To Waste" against another leftist Alinsky Rule "A tactic that goes on too long becomes a drag".  Two years of COVID hysteria are a drag to everyone, leftist foe and ally alike.  They risk losing support from their base by dragging this on to long.  So what's the potential upside?  If they can nationalize health care, they can achieve a longtime socialist goal as well as regain, likely even up the level of support from their base of support.

But how?

It's going to be argued as the only financially viable option, as this obscenely progressivist Newsweek article, full of erroneous arguments claims:

When the benefits of one country's investments in public goods spill over into other countries, international coordination is needed. When these spillovers are global—as is the case with pandemic preparedness and early response—this international coordination must be global.

The same principles should hold to payments—contributions should be universal and progressive. All countries that benefit, which is to say all countries, should pay something. Countries with the largest and most open economies should pay the most—both because they are able and because they gain the most in economic terms from pandemic prevention.

Not only are they haphazardly arguing for nationalized health care, but rather globalized health care, at least relative to pandemics, with richer countries like the U.S. paying a disproportionate share of the global cost.

Is this what you progressives really want? 

BLM as useful idiots?

Black Conservative Perspective makes an interesting suggestion about using Black Lives Matter (BLM) over their reaction to a New York City restaurant incident, as useful idiots to show that vaccination passports are causing division in America. I've argued for this approach myself in my Rules For Patriots (Rule #9). But it's tricky because BLM clearly wants to portray this as a racially motivated incident. 

However leftist policies have not just unintended consequences, but seriously dangerous ones; they are promoting racial division at the same time creating ridiculous COVID policies that facilitate further division, creating an amplification effect.  This is setting up a liberal versus liberal altercation wherein it might just be better to stand back and let the left eat itself instead of stepping into the fray. Additionally, you are putting a business that has been squeezed by Democrat COVID regulations and lockdowns, trying to comply with mandates just to stay in business into further jeopardy if you enable BLM in order to point out how asinine liberal policies actually are.  So are they just collateral damage in the bigger picture? Even if Carmine's is run by ultra-leftists (and I don't know that it is), conservatism is about protecting the little guy in the face of an overbearing government.  They shouldn't just be dismissed as collateral damage.

Lastly, I am 99% certain that BLM won't turn this into a vaccine passport issue, because for them it's a race issue.  They will focus on that.

All that said, they can still be useful idiots.  In fact they already are.  You are going to have ultra-liberal NYC prosecuting three black women, and BLM fighting them on it.  Either way, a leftist liberal body is going to lose this fight) and it doesn't matter which one it is because they are spending time and treasure fighting each other.  My biggest hope in this case is that the fight drags on for a long time, costs a lot for all involved (except the restaurant) and derails as much as possible on both sides.

September 19, 2021

The best Canadian candidate (who won't win)

With the Canadian election tomorrow and the Liberal Party's mysterious late resurgence in the polls vs. the Conservative Party, I thought I'd share a video with an interview with the leader of the underdog People's Party of Canada (the closest thing we have to Trump).  

In a comment on a YouTube post I mentioned I thought it was a wasted vote to support a party with only ~6% support in the polls (which may be a mirror of that U.S. guy with a 17% lead over president Trump in 2020).  Unfortunately I still believe that's true, but Maxime Bernier is a smart guy and he should have been chosen as the leader of the Conservative Party rather than the current leader.  His positions make the most sense.  Rather than just giving him and his newer party short shrift, I thought it would be beneficial to share his interview by Jordan Peterson. 

The administration is anti-American and anti-humanitarian

These people are being used.  A good administration would not allow this to happen, let alone encourage it for political gain.

Ask yourself, if most of these illegal immigrants are Haitian, why are they at the Texas border?

Sunday verse


September 18, 2021

That's it, you're in this world now

Have you ever thought about weaponizing language the way the Left does?  They do it all the time, as if it were a hobby.  Everyone except American patriots have done it.  China does it as evidenced in the first section of the below report:

So why are we not doing it?  This is part of the political battlefield we exist within.  In his Rules For Radicals, Leftist Saul Alinsky suggested the following: RULE 4: “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.”

Here's one example that I've often wondered about.  When those on the left complain about being  "triggered", they are using a word heavily related to guns.  So "triggered" should be a trigger word for them.  Call them on it.  In fact, why not go one step further and suggest an alternative.  Then suggest the alternative because you are the one controlling what it might be.  How about instead of "triggered" maybe they should say something like "bothered".  If they see your point and start using that, you've effectively marginalized the impact of the trigger event and indeed the whole notion of triggering.  When someone says "that bothers me" it doesn't carry as much weight as "I've been triggered".

In fact the phrase "bother words" instead of "trigger words" sounds ridiculous and minimizes entirely the extent of the concern, putting it on a level it deserves to be. "I said something politically that bothers you?  So what?"

Their immediate acceptance of the idea that the phrase "trigger words" is in itself trigger words, gives us the opportunity to replace it with something belittling of the notion that they may not even immediately realize. But only if we have that alternative suggestion at the ready.

September 16, 2021

Ya, but you cannot undo that now, can you?

 Voter remorse/regret does not help now.

More on Milley treason

Milley was a treasonous general, doing things he cannot possibly justify. This is one more example, in case you missed it.  He was out of control.  President Trump never nuked China like general Milley seemed to fear.  This is not how a democracy or representative republic is supposed to work.  It's how a banana republic with a military junta operates.  Milley should be in jail for putting himself above an elected and serving president in the chain of command.

Nicki Minaj just shocked me.

I've never been a fan of Nicki Minaj's music. But I may have just become a fan of her political positions, and I am truly surprised by that turn of events. Kudos also to Tim Pool for covering this.

Unelected people deciding for themselves

General Mark Milley, Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, apparently went behind president Trump's back in the days following the January 6 attack on the Capitol because he thought Trump was crazy.  Because unelected government officials can do whatever they want, right?

September 15, 2021

More on the California fail

 This result is disheartening but frankly, not surprising: 

California fails, again.

If you are conservative, you have no reason to stay in California. The cheat is on now, always.  Move to a red state and help ensure that they cannot cheat there.  Pay lower taxes and live in a sane world. Tim Pool has the update but some of the wrong conclusions:

September 14, 2021

Rules for Patriots - Rule #9: Screw Purity

 This is a continuation of my Rules for Patriots series, designed as a patriot's guide to success in fighting the creeping progressivism infecting America. It's a conservative response to Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals. This series is a lengthy read, but it is very important to understand.  This one happens to be a video, so it's more digestible. Being able to use this approach, as a team, will simplify, streamline and expedite achieving our patriotic objectives.

Links to previous rules: Rule #8Rule #7Rule #6Rule #5Rule #4Rule #3Rule #2 and Rule #1.

Screw purity. No one is you.  Therefore nobody shares 100% of your beliefs.  Your version of what conservatism means is not universal, nor is anyone else's version.  Conservatism, even what we mean in the West (what could be defined as classical liberalism), can come in many forms.  There are gay conservatives, there are atheist conservatives, there are religious conservatives, social conservatives, Trump (America first) conservatives, fiscal conservatives, many types of libertarians and the list goes on. No one will see eye to eye with you on 100% of conservative issues.

Ronald Reagan remarked "somebody who agrees with you 80% of the time is an 80% friend, not a 20% enemy".

That's important to remember.  So is the idea, attributed to Vladimir Lenin of "useful idiots".  Anybody can help you.  Anybody has the potential to be "red pilled". Anybody can provide synergy in your direction, even if it is not readily evident.

Republicans, unlike Democrats are not designed to march in lockstep.  Conservatives are not meant to not question authority.  So disagreements are inevitable.  But if someone who is "pro-choice" agrees with you on securing the borders and national security (be they Republican or Democrat), it's okay to work together with them on what you agree on.

This is why purity tests make no sense.  The more narrowly you define who constitutes an ally, the fewer allies you have.  The idea of purity should remain fluid from issue to issue - it should change depending on the circumstances and the particular battle being engaged.

Nobody likes RINOs - except those who keep voting them in. Do they cave to Democrats? Yes.  Are they unreliable? Yes.  Are they the enemy? Yes, but less so than an ardent leftist; a socialist or ultra leftist Democrat would be far worse a representative than a RINO would be in say Connecticut.  Even if a Connecticut  Republican only voted with the party 40% of the time, that's still 100% more than a Democrat would do so.

I'm no fan of RINOs, but in states where that is the best option, I'll take it over the alternative. Call them useful idiots if it helps you sleep at night.  The only way to change a far left state from Blue to Red, is slowly.  Elsewhere, in places like Texas, where a 40% dependable Republican would be a disaster, the definition is obviously different.  There you might need at least an 85% dependably conservative vote. Anything less might require a change. But Vermont is not going to get there overnight.  So setting up an unelectable candidate to unseat Bernie Sanders there is a waste of time and resources.  Instead start with a moderate.  Or better still, vote in Democrat primaries to unseat Sanders with a less liberal. 

Being red pilled from so far to the left is not an incident, it is a process; one that will take time.  It's not ideal, but it's the truth. As we like to say to those on the left, facts don't care about your feelings.  We have to work within the realm of possible, not the realm of fantasy.  You don't have to like it, just deal with it. Purity will only lead to more and more isolation, and that is a fact simply because, no one else is purely you.

Rose McGowen is not afraid

 Via Adam Crigler:

Wake up woke people!

 For the woke:

September 13, 2021

Are Republicans being blocked from voting in California recall?

 Are California Democrats cheating?

Bill Maher red pilled?

Probably not, but at least he's coming around a little.  That doesn't excuse the bashing he has done in the past, but one more awakened person instead of woke person is still good.

September 12, 2021

Sunday verse


Lessons from the past - homebuilding

Here's what the likes of ANTIFA get wrong; they are grossly uninformed or misinformed about history. The reason the past matters, is that people learned and improved.  To discard the past is to lose knowledge.

Here's a good example from homebuilding that shows what was done in the past was done well and we can learn from it.

September 11, 2021

They're not even denying it any more

They don't care about the disconnect, they don't care that you know, which means they don't care about you.

Where does that leave you?  If you don't care about this, you will become a slave to the state.  If you do care about this and don't do anything, you will become a slave to the state.  If you care and you do something and it isn't enough, you will become a slave to the state.

The only way out of this, the only way, is to do something and help others to see and have them do something too, alongside you.

9/11 - 20 years later

 Never forget those who perished. And never forget why those who perpetrated this evil act did so - hatred.

September 10, 2021

Resistance is NOT futile!

I want you to watch this Academy  of Ideas video and truly understand it.  Overcoming tyranny requires NOT just resistance but more importantly a parallel society.  That is the key.  The information in the video below was something I was working on for a future video (more on parallel structures than societies), but it's so important it needs to be shared now that it is available.

Now watch this Tim Pool and you can feel the encouraging idea that in the United States at least, it might actually already be happening.  Tim by the way is exactly right on the legality in the discussion below.

Do not sit idly by and not pick a side.

September 9, 2021

September 8, 2021

Some interesting parallels between Canada and the U.S. here

 That guy in the U.S. get berated in New Jersey:

Meanwhile on the campaign trail in Canada, Justin Trudeau actually gets rocks thrown at him.  While I do not condone violence, it's a bit ironic to see the guy who legalized marijuana in Canada nationally getting stoned:

Dictator Watch - China updates

 A few updates on China courtesy of China In Focus:

September 7, 2021

Welcome Back Crowder

Normally I wouldn't post an entire show, just specific content related to a specific topic.  But  Steven Crowder is finally back, and hopefully well and good.  So I had to share his return show:

September 6, 2021


 We all know who decides what is newsworthy, so this is really no surprise.

September 5, 2021

September 4, 2021

Red Tide, maybe?

 Red Eagle Politics on the chances of the Republicans re-taking the senate in 2022.

September 3, 2021

WHO argues against vaccine passports

The WHO (World Health Organization), which has done a terrible job relative to COVID so far (unless you view it from a China's self-interest perspective), has made the case against vaccine passports.  Normally I'd say "even a stopped clock is right twice a day".  But this is the WHO.  They must have a reason (beyond what they are claiming is their concern for arguing against it).  

September 2, 2021

Canada election - ditching Trudeau & Canadian voter ID

Canadians are a going to the polls this month (September 20th) for a federal election.  The Conservative Party of Canada has, after trailing in the polls for years since Stephen Harper was Canada's most recent Prime Minister, have pulled ahead slightly with only weeks to go before the election.  While their lead is slim, it seems to have some slow momentum behind it.

Tonight is the first leaders' debate and a good showing by conservative candidate Erin O'Toole has a strong potential to sway women voters, seniors and possible some other demographics towards a conservative vote, potentially replacing the disastrous and embarrassing leadership of Justin Trudeau with something else. At this point anything would be better, but a real conservative would be ideal.  I'm not sold 100% on the bona fides of O'Toole but that won't dissuade me from voting for his party.  There is another conservative party that has formed, more grassroots, but it is far too young to support and would only be stealing votes from the Conservative Party of Canada, which is the only one that has a chance to displace Trudeau's Liberal Party. 

Wish us luck!

Incidentally, in order to vote, I require either (1) photo ID or (2) an Election Voter Registration Card and an accepted piece of non-photo ID that has an address that matches the voter registration card or (3) you can still vote if you declare your identity and address in writing and have someone who knows you and who is assigned to your polling station vouch for you. The voucher must be able to prove their identity and address. A person can vouch for only one person (except in long-term care facilities).

The intention is that latter option is a rare exception.  Voter ID is a good thing America, you should try it some time (I'm looking at you PA, WI, MI and a few others).

This is a good first step. BUT still have to petition for dismissals of school boards, because outrage is nothing without mobilization.  Nevertheless, this is a good first step:

This is happening

Gavin Newsome sees the writing on the wall, Larry Elder is likely the next governor of California.  Joe Rogan even shows Larry Elder some love:

September 1, 2021

Mark Dice breaks down recent news bites

 Mark Dice is a funny, and factual guy.

That guy is either a traitor or a bumbling liar

Afghanistan, just the latest in many months of gaffes, is a blunder of massive proportions and the global impact from it is not yet played out.  The results are bad, really bad from an individual level all the way up to a geopolitical level.  The guy making the decisions is either lying to America to cover his mistakes, or he is deliberately tanking the country in EVERY. POSSIBLE. WAY. he can. Either way, he's not fit to serve.  

Project Veritas exposes ultra-left teachers. Now what?

 Fox News covers the story:

I don't think anyone is surprised anymore that this garbage is being dumped on children. What surprises me is that not moe is being done about it. Parental outrage it seems, is not enough to create real change in the schools or even the school boards. The only thing that might work is economic pressure.

Perhaps collectively withholding municipal property tax until something is done could have an effect for example. Maybe not. But more needs to be done across the nation, at a local or state level to get this sort of anti-American behavior to stop being taught to children as some sort of moral good. It's the exact opposite and you know it. Unless you help put real pressure on school boards, teachers' unions, schools  and teachers, this is not only going to keep happening, it will keep getting worse until it's too late to save the Republic.
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