Cheering Him On


Everybody should watch this clip. It is a stirring speech. It is about the defense of the modern civilization that white men built.

Up in the gallery is a young lady who was Churchill’s secretary/stenographer. She is watching intently. She is a bit anxious, because she doesn’t really know what is going to happen. She wants him to do well and is relieved when he seems to be winning the day.

Such a lady is very appealing to a man. It is about loyalty, about being a friend. Men can appreciate loyalty greatly. Perhaps it comes from working as a team during dangerous hunts. In the modern day, it may come from being in combat with your comrades.

Men appreciate loyalty wherever they find it. Though, in the modern world, with its do what you fell like at the present moment mentality, it becomes harder to come by. It is a shame.

Exit question — Can anybody not be fascinated by Churchill.

Fun fact — Churchill was half American.

Posted in FarmBoy, HowTo, Politics, UK
89 comments on “Cheering Him On
  1. Sharkly says:

    His secretary couldn’t have been as nervous as the folks who write Joe Biden’s talking points, when Joe gets off script.

    Not being a Brit, what is with all the folks waving the white handkerchiefs?

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    He is clearly a bad man, smoking on the tube

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  3. Sharkly says:

    Dude! I think Winston stole that speech. Thanks to Google, I’ve figured out it’s from the beginning of a crappy Iron Maiden video.

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  4. Farm Boy says:

    No, no, it is Joe Biden who steals speeches

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  5. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if men being loyal to their favorite sports teams is partly about men liking to see loyalty in themselves

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  6. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Not being a Brit, what is with all the folks waving the white handkerchiefs?”

    No applause in the House. Hence the thumping of the desks, hear! hearing and hankies (not seen the latter recently though).
    Unless you’re socialist scum a couple of years ago. SNP and laba, I think. Who see standards and traditions as things to be torn down. Oh yeah, some cunt started singing too.
    No class, no standards, no code.

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  7. Cheque d'Out says:

    I put the Gloster Meteor on the last thread, here’sanother early jet. The Vampire

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  8. h0neyc0mb says:

    That’s funny .. and very ironic .. they didn’t build that either ..

    Obummer was right .. BLACKS didn’t build that .. or anything else.

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  9. b g says:

    Hey, he’s a guy, he is going to need to know how things work ;-D

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  10. b g says:

    LOL, okay, wrong paste ;-D Try this:

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  11. Farm Boy says:

    A former top Department of Homeland Security (DHS) official determined in July that violence in Portland was “organized” by individuals with an ideology defined as “Violent Antifa Anarchist Inspired,” or VAAI, according to a leaked email

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/09/15/former-dhs-official-portland-violence-organized/

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  12. Cheque d'Out says:

    When they come out with a course on Giving A Shit, please let me know. Probably need to start at a very basic level. Ta very muchly.

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  13. Farm Boy says:

    Chinese Virologist: The Scientific World Is Hiding How China Created Covid-19

    https://www.air.tv/watch?v=1VyamByvTVKt401FzIlOmA

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  14. “When they come out with a course on Giving A Shit, please let me know. Probably need to start at a very basic level. Ta very muchly.”

    Took “Giving A Fuck”; got a zero for “lack of participation”.

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  15. Farm Boy says:

    Three Black Lives Matter activists who confronted an elderly couple at a restaurant in Pittsburgh earlier this month while yelling “f**k white people” have been charged with harassment, conspiracy, and disorderly conduct

    https://summit.news/2020/09/16/fk-white-people-blm-agitators-who-confronted-elderly-couple-charged-in-pittsburgh/

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  16. Farm Boy says:

    Columbia University Marching Band dissolves, confessing to being founded on racism and sexual harassment

    https://www.theblaze.com/news/columbia-university-marching-band-dissolves

    [So racist and sexist now they are?]

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  17. Farm Boy says:

    [Perhaps choice of song intentional on Joe’s part it was]

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  18. Farm Boy says:

    President Donald Trump said Tuesday afternoon that up to nine additional nations could join a peace deal with Israel in the near future, including Saudi Arabia.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/breaking-up-to-9-additional-nations-could-join-peace-deal-with-israel-including-saudi-arabia-trump-says

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  19. Farm Boy says:

    Scientists Walk Back ‘Life On Venus’ Claims After Revelation It Was Just An Unborn Baby

    https://babylonbee.com/news/false-alarm-nasa-reveals-supposed-life-on-mars-was-actually-just-an-unborn-baby

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Took “Giving A Fuck”; got a zero for “lack of participation”.”

    I feel your pain, Bro. I really do.

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  21. RichardP says:

    When I was about 12, they came by, working on the railroad. Pulling out the old ties that were starting to deteriorate and replacing them with new ones. Used new spikes to fasten the rails. Left the old wooden ties and spikes where they dropped.

    I took four of the wooden ties, stood them upright in holes I dug into the ground, and then nailed boards to the upright wooden ties. Made myself a fort that way. There were some Cottonwod trees nearby. Took the old spikes and pounded them into the Cottonwod trunks. Made a convenient way to climb high up into the trees to where the first branches began.

    The guys to which I refer were working on the railroad. They were not building the railroad for the first time. There is a distinction there. The song “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad” does not specify that the song is about the first building of the railroad.

    There are also many negro spirituals that were actually code for sending signals to each other about coming and going on the underground railroad.

    She may not be off nearly as much as that placard upthread makes her out to be.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Songs_of_the_Underground_Railroad

    So – to resurrect FB’s question: are uninformed answers to what she said a sign of systemic racism?? As in, why does the guy answering her assume she is talking about what he thinks she is talking about – rather than asking her questions to find out what she was actually talking about? What name do we give to the process of not caring about the lived experiences of others, we just simply assume the other had the same lived experience as us? Of course, that behavior is not specific to the placard upthread.

    Rhetorical questions all, for those who are open to thinking about stuff. Not casting aspersions on anyone with this comment.

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  22. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Multicultural Male Coalition That Could Give Trump Four More Years
    https://dailycaller.com/2020/09/15/multicultural-male-coalition-trump-alex-perez/

    In the months and years to follow, all over Miami, in bars, coffee shops, and at the gym, I would overhear–and was sometimes pulled into — these rudimentary political conversations between young men of color. What was immediately obvious was that a majority, if not all, of these young men were brought into their nascent political awareness by issues relating to their masculinity and manhood. An archetype emerged: these were young men who never thought about politics until politics knocked on their door and made them aware of its existence. Like so many, personal grievance is what drove them into the political arena and what was driving their politics. The gist of their beef: When the hell did it stop being okay to be a regular dude?

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  23. Cheque d'Out says:

    Richard, it’s my suspicion that you’re the only person in the world to read that that way. And that’s fine by me. You haven’t upset me in the slightest

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  24. Farm Boy says:

    We can have democracy—or we can have social networks that allow the spread of weaponized disinformation about our elections.

    But we can’t have both.

    Facebook, Twitter, and Google can and must act before the damage is done

    — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) September 16, 2020

    [Not know that censorship and democracy went together I did]

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  25. Too much wine for Karen makes Karen a Nancy.

    https://www.sfchronicle.com/wine/article/Wine-s-diversity-issue-starts-with-the-way-we-15544232.php

    Wine language is so often absurd that it’s a punchline. Notes of smoldering tobacco or forest underbrush or underripe Jonagold apple — it sounds almost farcical in its specificity. Even worse is when the descriptor is inedible. How many people have actually tasted a wet river stone, anyway?

    But now, it’s becoming clearer than ever that the conventional language used to describe wine isn’t merely intimidating and opaque. It’s also inextricable from racism and sexism, excluding dimensions of flavor that are unfamiliar to the white, Western cultures that dominate the world of fine wine and reinforcing retrograde notions of gender.

    I’m always thinking about words, but this summer, I’ve been thinking about language in new ways, particularly in how seemingly innocuous words can have a larger impact. As the country confronts its entrenched social inequities with fresh urgency, the world of wine has experienced a radical call to action, too. My conversations with wine professionals like Jirka Jireh and Martin Reyes for a recent story about the need to improve wine education for BIPOC really put into focus just how limited and unwelcoming the established wine lexicon can be.

    Shut up, bitch.

    Her’s how describe wine:

    Excellent.

    Very good.

    Pretty good.

    Boone’s Farm Knock-off.

    Australian.

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  26. Liz says:

    I like how drunken Nancy has decided wine language is racist for being French while using the word sommelier (repeatedly) rather than just “wine dude”.
    But really….if French is inherently racist, English is just as racist.
    We must communicate via grunts, whistles, claps, and stomps.
    Anything else would be racist (also sexist, for some reason she did not seem to specify. Guess communication is hard, like physics and math).

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  27. horsemanbombadil says:

    Consequences

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  28. b g says:

    Our public health region has lowered the local risk from the smoke to high risk from very high risk. They still recommend avoiding strenuous exercise outside. On Saturday afternoon one couldn’t see a hundred yards. The smoke gave me a sore throat and the pooch’s eyes teared heavily after he came inside. Not much one can do but endure, not much point in angering the piss poor forestry management in the States, our’s are almost as bad. Political attempts to blame climate change does truly piss me off, this old cowboy I have been in the bush bush for for too long and seen too much for that horseshit.

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  29. New to me…

    And there you have it, current Western Civ in about 2 minutes.

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  30. Sharkly says:

    “What name do we give to the process of not caring about the lived experiences of others, we just simply assume the other had the same lived experience as us?”

    While I’m not certain of the best name, … Ultimately your personal experience does not change truth, morality, or anything except your own perspective, so I shouldn’t care much for arguments based off of your personal anecdotes. Since we can’t know everybody else’s personal experiences, sometimes assuming that they, like us, have had ups and downs, good and bad, justice and injustice, and should have learned to deal with it all appropriately, is the most reasonable assumption. To assume that somebody else’s lived experience should have left them less educated or less responsible than myself, would be pretty bigoted. I try to avoid the soft bigotry of low expectations. Even though other’s experiences were different from mine, is no excuse for them not to have turned out to be astute and responsible adults like most everybody else.

    Not casting aspersions on anyone with this comment.

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    DEARBORN, MI—Local and national media outlets are criticizing President Trump after he blatantly disregarded social distancing protocol while diving in front of a speeding train to save a baby who had fallen on the tracks

    https://babylonbee.com/news/trump-saves-baby-from-oncoming-train-in-blatant-disregard-for-social-distancing

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  32. Farm Boy says:

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  33. Wow, whoever snuck out the tape of Biden gesturing to move up the teleprompter better be looking 6 ways before crossing the street.

    Liked by 5 people

  34. Gunner Q says:

    Hey, I saw one of those Vampire jets at the air show last year! It was awesome.

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  35. Farm Boy says:

    Amid pressure from left-wing activists and media outlets to clamp down on “misinformation” from the right, Facebook has begun censoring political ads that receive negative fact-checks — fact-checks that are produced by mostly left-leaning fact-checkers and that mostly target right-leaning ads. In at least two new cases, these fact-checks do not actually check facts — they instead merely state that factually true claims are “missing context,” then downgrade the ads.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/facebook-censors-pro-trump-ad-on-biden-raising-taxes-after-fact-checker-admits-claim-may-be-true-rules-mostly-false-anyhow

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  36. Farm Boy says:

    A remarkable video out of Australia shows people chanting “freedom!” as a food market is forcefully shut down by COVID riot cops

    https://summit.news/2020/09/17/video-australians-chant-freedom-as-market-is-shut-down-by-covid-riot-cops/

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  37. Farm Boy says:

    While clearly not defending Trump or the GOP, Rock has a point, given that Democrats such as Pelosi were actively encouraging people to attend gatherings and refusing to work with the White House on travel restrictions in February.

    Elsewhere in the interview, Rock spoke out against the new trend of Hollywood, and the entertainment industry in general clamouring to erase from history anything that could potentially be deemed racist by anyone, noting that it’s odd the way they go to such lengths to show they’re against racism.

    https://summit.news/2020/09/17/chris-rock-blames-democrats-for-letting-the-pandemic-come-in/

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  38. Farm Boy says:


    CDC Continued Its ‘Critical Race Theory’ Training Despite Trump Banning It – Trump Just Stopped It

    Meanwhile, there are growing calls to declare racism a public health crisis.

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/09/cdc-continuing-its-critical-race-theory-training-despite-trump-banning-it/

    Do they realize how stupid proclaiming racism a public health crisis would make them look?

    Probably not

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  39. Farm Boy says:

    State That Just Voted To Reduce Penalties For Pedophiles Not Sure Why God Keeps Lighting Them On Fire

    https://babylonbee.com/news/state-that-just-voted-to-reduce-penalties-for-pedophiles-not-sure-why-god-keeps-lighting-them-on-fire

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  40. Farm Boy says:

    Rogan interviewed Abigail Shrier, author of the book Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters, according to one of the sources. From the opening moments of that podcast, Shrier associates transgender youth with those with autism; Shrier and Rogan spend parts of the episode explaining that young people are being pressured into transitioning by YouTube and other media.

    “You realize that people are not looking at this objectively,” Rogan said in the podcast. “They are activists and they have this agenda, and the agenda is very ideologically driven that anybody who even thinks they might be trans should be trans, are trans, and the more trans people the better.”

    In the book, Shrier invalidates the lived experience of trans people by comparing transitioning to adolescent phenomena like eating disorders, self-harm, or the occult, according to Men’s Health. She also described wanting to transition as a “contagion” with the potential to infect other children, an entirely scientifically baseless idea, Men’s Health noted.

    https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/xg8jq4/spotify-joe-rogan-transphobic

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  41. I always think the MSM is lying, which is why I don’t pay them any attention.

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  42. Cheque d'Out says:


    ‘Lefty’ here should be glad to still be alive.

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  43. Cheque d'Out says:

    Kate Hoey is a good ‘un. A laba good ‘un(!). Born and raised in Norn Irn

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  44. Farm Boy says:

    A video clip shows a grandmother confronting a teacher over the phone about how she told a student she didn’t have a right to an opinion because she was “white” and “blonde.”

    https://summit.news/2020/09/17/teacher-tells-student-she-doesnt-have-the-right-to-an-opinion-because-shes-white-and-blonde/

    [Being brunette a difference it would make?]

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  45. Liz says:

    Puppy Murder movie:
    If you don’t like it, you are just projecting and secretly love to kill puppies!

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  46. Farm Boy says:

    More about the “Puppy Murder” movie

    U.S.—Netflix is embroiled in controversy yet again with its new documentary Puppy Murder, a show where the director kills puppies to teach you that murdering puppies is bad.

    The movie is just two hours of puppies being brutally murdered onscreen, sending a powerful message to the viewer about just how bad puppy murder is. From getting shot and stabbed to being run over with a steamroller and the inspiring climactic scene where a puppy is dropped into a volcano, the movie unequivocally and powerfully shows the brutal reality of puppy murder.

    “I thought about just making a documentary where I didn’t actually murder puppies to make the point, but it just wasn’t powerful enough,” said director Amélie Le’Charpentier (who is, by the way, a woman of color and an immigrant, so think about that before you criticize her). “I drew on my own experiences having observed puppy murder a number of times and decided I would just drop anvils and pianos on them and stuff so you could see how terrible puppy murder is.”

    Many people spoke up against the film but were labeled “triggered conservatives” and “scandal-mongers” since they obviously just didn’t get the message of the film, which very clearly teaches that puppy murder is bad.

    The show has been a big success among psychopaths and future mass murderers and will see a sequel called Baby Murder next fall.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/new-netflix-movie-actually-murders-puppies-to-teach-that-murdering-puppies-is-bad

    [Liz probably happy that cats it was not]

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  47. Farm Boy says:

    The Department of Justice is looking into whether federal charges can be brought against Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan over her failure to crack down on a so-called “autonomous zone” controlled for weeks by rioters.

    The Department of Justice is looking into whether federal charges can be brought against Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan over her failure to crack down on a so-called “autonomous zone” controlled for weeks by rioters.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/report-seattle-mayor-may-face-federal-charges-over-autonomous-zone-fiasco

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  48. Farm Boy says:

    According to the Centers for Disease Control’s latest data, released six days ago, shows that, through Aug. 29, predicted excess deaths have moved below the threshold for excess deaths.

    https://issuesinsights.com/2020/09/16/is-the-coronavirus-crisis-finally-over-a-nobel-laureate-says-it-might-be/

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  49. Farm Boy says:

    Or is it possible that you’re not all that low-information a voter after all? Could it be that you’ve been following developments pretty closely all along, and that, despite Trump’s successes, and despite the fact that he’s proven all the dark predictions of 2016 entirely wrong, you’ve insisted on sticking to your guns?

    Now, why would this be? Do you see your stubbornness as a virtue? Did your hostility toward Trump become such an essential part of you that you’ve been incapable of shedding it, no matter how many times he proved your expectations wrong? Or could it be that your presidential criteria are entirely superficial? Could it be that after four years of stellar performance, you still despise Trump for no other reason than that you find him aesthetically unappealing?

    https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/2020/09/how-understand-enduring-trump-hatred-bruce-bawer/

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  50. Farm Boy says:

    [Emitting “he he he he” I am]

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  51. Cill says:

    FB, I done did a draft.

    [Tell him I will]

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  52. Farm Boy says:

    Now while the league proposal said that there would be a variety of names permitted, the Pittsburgh Steelers decided as a team they would all wear the same name. There was a victim of a police shooting in 2018 in the Pittsburgh area – Antwon Rose Jr. Rose was the passenger in a car during a traffic stop. As he was fleeing the police opened fire and killed Rose in the process.
    We don’t want him to be forgotten.

    ACT 2
    On Sunday when The Steelers faced the Giants offensive lineman Alejandro Villanueva created a small stir when it was seen that he had taped over Rose’s name and had placed another in its place. He sported the name Alwyn Cashe. This is not shocking, as Villanueva is a West Point graduate and former Army Ranger. He also has been recognized in the past as being one of the few players willing to stand for the anthem.
    Villanueva wanted to honor the life of a fallen soldier. Cashe died from injuries incurred as he was on fire and pulling out soldiers from a vehicle that had been struck in battle.
    Steelers LT Alejandro Villanueva has the name Alwyn Cashe on the back of his helmet

    Seeing a problem with Villanueva’s decision was the mother of Antwon Rose Jr., Michelle Kenny. She posted her opinions on the matter on FaceBook.
    ”Let me very very very clear. The Pittsburgh Steelers took a team vote. Obviously one person didn’t like the results so they chose to do something different…But this one person showed us exactly who he is and obviously he didn’t approve of how the vote turned out…While he was so busy being negative what it actually did now forced more people to engage in this conversation.”
    Then, after declaring, ”That’s for his coach, team and organization to address NOT ME!”, Ms. Kenny promised, ”I’m going to use this negative press and negativity to motivate me to hold the Pittsburgh Steelers even more accountable!!!”
    It is not clear what the team needs to be accountable for, but if dozens of players honoring the memory of her son is not enough I suppose she has more to do…? It is rather curious that honoring a POC Army vet who died with honor and posthumously received the Silver Star is considered negative.

    ACT 3
    With the focus on Villanueva the details were only gradually arrived at, but eventually a realization is coming over some. It has been learned that Antwon Rose Jr. had been been recently involved in a drive-by shooting. The car he was in had been pulled over not for a routine moving violation but as a felony traffic stop. It fit the description called in from the shooting, and they were pulled over minutes after.
    Rose had a gun in his possession when shot, and two other weapons were found in the car. One of the guns had been stolen during an armed robbery earlier that day. It seems rather curious that the team would be unaware of details such as these given the events occurred over two years ago and could be researched prior to making their decision.

    https://twitchy.com/brads-313037/2020/09/17/choose-your-heroes-carefully-the-pittsburgh-steelers-trip-themselves-up-with-ill-thought-social-pandering/

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  53. Farm Boy says:

    Jill Biden sending off a “Biden For President” parade

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  54. Farm Boy says:

    Washington Gov. Jay Inslee gives maggot-infested apples to wildfire victims

    https://nypost.com/2020/09/17/jay-inslee-gives-maggot-infested-apples-to-wildfire-victims/

    [“Protein Fortified” apples they would be]

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  55. Farm Boy says:

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  56. Farm Boy says:

    A draconian new coronavirus law could give Australian authorities the power to arrest coronavirus “conspiracy theorists” if it’s thought they may commit a crime in the future.

    https://summit.news/2020/09/18/pre-crime-new-law-would-give-australian-authorities-power-to-arrest-covid-conspiracy-theorists/

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  57. Farm Boy says:

    But Chauvin’s knee is a red herring. The issue here is fentanyl.

    Here’s how the respected website, WebMD, describes the effects of fentanyl:

    “[F]entanyl has rapid and potent effects on the brain and body, and even very small amounts can be extremely dangerous.

    “It only takes a tiny amount of the drug to cause a deadly reaction,” … “Fentanyl can depress breathing and lead to death. The risk of overdose is high with fentanyl.”

    Here’s what the CDC says about fentanyl. “It is 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine.” https://www.cdc.gov/drugoverdose/opioids/fentanyl.html

    Of course George couldn’t breathe — because fentanyl, mixed with methamphetamines, kills breathing. Despite the bad optics, “I can’t breathe” was not because of the officer’s knee.

    The medical examiner’s statement on lethal fentanyl, and the previous protestations of “I can’t breathe,” even before he got into the back seat of the squad car, and long before Chauvin applied the notorious “knee” technique, shows that George was already dying from the lethal fentanyl overdose before officers put him in the back seat of the car. That fentanyl, with methamphetamine ingestion, and cannabinoids — that’s right, George popped some meth alongside the fentanyl, plus a little reefer too — raises more than a reasonable doubt in favor of these policemen.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2020/09/who_killed_george_floyd.html

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  58. Farm Boy says:

    A 33-year-old black man went on an anti-Trump rampage in Aliso Viejo, California, Wednesday evening, allegedly assaulting several females—including an 84-year-old woman—during a Trump rally.

    One woman was reportedly hospitalized with a neck injury. The elderly woman was left battered and bruised by the attack.
    https://amgreatness.com/2020/09/17/man-goes-on-anti-trump-rampage-in-ca-punches-several-women-including-an-84-year-old/

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  59. Farm Boy says:

    Biden then told Poroshenko, “I don’t plan on going away. As a private citizen, I plan on staying deeply engaged in the endeavor that you have begun and we have begun.” In a matter of moments, Biden undermined the incoming administration, branded them as not knowing anything about Ukraine, and attempted to set up a foreign policy backchannel for himself after he left office as a private citizen, which could violate the Logan Act.

    https://thefederalist.com/2020/09/17/leaked-2016-call-reveals-joe-biden-risked-national-security-to-sabotage-trump/

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  60. Farm Boy says:

    A new study by Princeton University’s US Crisis Monitor shows that the U.S. experienced 637 riots between May 26 and Sept. 12, and 91% of those riots were linked to the Black Lives Matter movement.

    https://summit.news/2020/09/18/princeton-study-black-lives-matter-responsible-for-91-of-riots-over-last-3-months/

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  61. Farm Boy says:

    In a CNN town hall event on Thursday night, Democratic nominee Joe Biden blamed President Donald Trump for the coronavirus lockdowns, claiming that Americans lost their freedom “because he failed to act.” He did not explain exactly what action Trump supposedly could have taken to prevent the spread of the virus in the U.S., nor did he acknowledge that he himself condemned one of Trump’s early actions to slow the spread as “hysterical xenophobia.”

    https://pjmedia.com/election/tyler-o-neil/2020/09/17/biden-blames-trump-for-covid-lockdowns-you-lost-your-freedom-because-he-didnt-act-n939297

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  62. Farm Boy says:

    On Vox.com, the pair blame Beethoven’s music for what they consider to be a stuffy elitist classical culture that bolsters the rule of white males and suppresses the voices of women, blacks and the LGBTQ community.

    https://nypost.com/2020/09/17/canceling-beethoven-is-the-latest-woke-madness-for-the-classical-music-world/

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