police? Mhmm, maybe in parts? Like all state services it should only offer essential services, which the individual citizen normally can’t do on his own, or isn’t allowed to. Issuing traffic tickets should e.g. be done by the city or district, so that you could actually call the real police on them if they harass you too much or try to take away your property. This harassment is in my experience the main cause for hate on the police, not just for blacks, for everyone. If these traffic goons have no real police power anymore, you can direct all your hatred towards the mayor, as he’s the one directing the haymaking through fines and penalties. Vote for someone who’s not an asshole or an idiot. Continue reading Defund the …
Hydroxychloroquine versus Remdesivir
One costs a few bucks and works quite well, the other a thousand bucks and doesn’t do much. Which one is the MSM pushing? E$$$actly.
The book of Nikolai Vladivostok could well be named like my headline. But he titled it:
The poor man’s guide to financial freedom
My general opinion on conspiracy theories is: prove it. I believe in “small scale” conspiracies, e.g. if 2…3…4 people work together to gain an unfair advantage for themselves. Large scale conspiracies, like hundred thousands of Jews, hundreds of bankers, thousands of researchers, etc. not so much – I categorise these as “very unlikely”. This is based on the lessons of life, like “Wherever you are, there’s always an asshole”. It’s hard enough to exclude the assholes in the group you have chosen to be in. That’s impossible in large groups. You’ll always have a blabbermouth who’s going to fuck it up for everyone else. However, I believe in corruption. Done it myself and can testify that it definitely works. Continue reading Conspiracy Theory galore
Let’s step away from the regular scheduled Corona programming for a bit:
Some updates on self isolation, incl. the secret reason for the toilet paper hoarding (it was the gamblers!). Continue reading Needed some LOL’s
Coronavirus Update: Dr Paul Cottrell: “Prepare NOW for 18 Months!”
[Proverbs – not based on King Solomon]
Wer sich selbst als Postmoderner bezeichnet hat mit der Realität endgültig abgeschlossen.
[Those who call themselves postmodernists have finally isolated themselves from reality.]
Würdest du unbezahlt auf eine Station der Psychiatrie gehen, um mit den Patienten ein Gespräch über die Vor- und Nachteile der flat earth Theorie zu führen? Nein? Wie sieht’s aus mit den Patienten, die sich vom Mossad, CIA, ihrer Katze oder sonst wem verfolgt fühlen? Auch nicht? Warum nur reagieren so viele Blogger auf das, was eine Margarete Stokowski oder ihresgleichen täglich im Stern, Spiegel, usw. über Gender, Feminismus, Klimadingens, Anti-Kapitalismus oder ähnliches auskotzen? Continue reading Sprüche – nicht nach König Salomo
They just halfheartedly check themselves and are paid for it.
Currently, with the Russia-gate, Ukraine-Impeachment, Clinton-Server, investigations into the Russia-Hoax and other misdeeds of government employees, the American public believes again, that their checks and balances in their system of government work just fine. Of course one side believes that impeachment is justified and representative of their well thought out system, the other side believes that the deep state will be taken to court. I believe, it’s just a big show put on by those in charge, to lull ‘the people’ into trusting that checks and balances work as intended. As usual some minor figures will be punished, as they were stupid enough to get caught, the real instigators, those who defend their ill gotten wealth by corrupting politics may get a slap on the wrist or go Scot-free. Continue reading Why checks and balances don’t work
[…]’As I was being introduced, they said ‘she’s been researching sexual harassment in archaeology’, to which a large group of older men laughed. Fully laughed – to the point that the presenter had to say ‘it isn’t funny‘.[…]
I predict that the Greta Thunberg Meme „How dare you“ will accompany us at least through the next decade, if not more. The meme will persist, the accusations she hurled at everyone will certainly not. The reason is that the meme is truly funny in the sense that it so accurately represents the current outrage culture. It’s as funny as the village idiot in the middle of a medieval market who shouts “repent” on the top of his lungs. It’s also funny because it’s based on the perpetually reheated progressive narrative of “speaking truth to power”, which in the minds of progressives must work at all times, whereas it was historically the sole privilege of the court jester to do that, and everyone else who tried soon became acquainted with the gallows or guillotine. I mean, please, Greta as the court jester at the UN – every comedian worth his salt must try to top that from now on. I enjoyed Greta’s show, as cringe-worthy as it was, I just couldn’t help laughing about it. Continue reading How dare you – speaking truth to power