S.F.H.


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From Here,

Lewis coined the term “chronological snobbery.” It is defined as the belief that “the thinking, art, or science of an earlier time is inherently inferior to that of the present, simply by virtue of its temporal priority or the belief that since civilization has advanced in certain areas, people of earlier time periods were less intelligent.” If we add, “and therefore wrong and also racist” to this definition, we would have a perfect definition of today’s SJWs.

Yes, indeed. However, in this particular case, let us focus on Feminists. Let us focus on assumptions that they made that were considered to be facts. Why were they considered to be facts? Because they said so. That, and economic progress after WWII had reached such a state that the world could seemingly afford to believe that such facts were true. That, and they were just so awesome, because they were here, now. Anyway, here we go,

  1. Women were just like men but with different plumbing. They did not think differently, have different priorities, etc.
  2. Men all had fancy careers, while women hated taking care of the house and kids.
  3. Sexual intercourse affects men and women in the same manner
  4. Rules that had been in place in one form or other for millennium, and had be capable of moving the world to this point in civilization were silly

That covers quite a bit of it. Probably there are more. Feel free to add.

Exit Question — How deeply do these people ever think?

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Lies, Trainwreck
100 comments on “S.F.H.
  1. horsemanbombadil says:

    Poster child for the OP.

    31 married for a decade now bored with hubby. Thinks she is a ten. Thinks there is better oiut there. Also because no kids will be little cash and prizes cashing out.

    Chops to Kevin for his polished delivery and politeness trying to feed her the truth.
    He is right up there with Joker.

    Wish we could have a followup on this one a year from now. She gonna be a run thru cat lady saying wahappen? And hubby will be redpilled, free and peaceful.

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    They are both a victim of Feminism.

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    One thing that should be taught to youngsters is that they might be smarter than those that have come before, but very probably are not. And even then, not until they get much older.

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  4. horsemanbombadil says:

    Book smart possibly but common sense or practical experience?

    Discussion with a buddy what happens if the interwebs collapsed?

    I said, no big deal, it goes back to my 1970s childhood when I didn’t see a calculator until I was 14.

    He said, nope those skills are gone. Modern people have no practical knowledge. Basic geometry, basic construction, how gears work, where water or electricity flows.

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  5. Cheque d'Out says:

    “How deeply do these people ever think?”

    Who needs thinking when you’re fizzing over with FEELZ?

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  6. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’m still waiting for further Tomi Lahren updates. Did she wind her neck in and apologise or are we just all supposed to forget about her comedy turns? I want more, she delivered the primo quality red pill material of the year. Faked up tardcon woman panicking as she realises that the wall is approaching and she’s not likely to dick the landing onto the quality of man of which she demands that she’s entitled to.

    I mean stick the landing, obvs

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  7. “Basic geometry, basic construction, how gears work, where water or electricity flows.”

    None of these things depend on the internet. Your friend is a doofus.

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  8. Youtube how-to videos are awesome. All other “social” media could go away today and the world would be a much better place.

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  9. “I’m a 10, but I won’t show you my picture.”

    “OK, I’m a billionaire, but I won’t show you my bank accounts.”

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  10. Cheque d'Out says:

    He gets started at around 18 minutes in (he has a few more small techy issues)

    Killer question though; Are Modern Women Angry Today?

    Just listening to this. He gave a shout out to Obsidian. Glad to hear that he’s doing okay.

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  11. Cheque d'Out says:

    “I said, no big deal, it goes back to my 1970s childhood when I didn’t see a calculator until I was 14.”

    Sounds about right. I had a calculator in the late-ish 70s

    also available in the US as

    I was being taught logarithms via tables and slide rule while having a programmable calculator in my pocket. I think that when calculators took over, kids lost a sort of feel for numbers. I’m saying that education should go back to slide rules but something was lost when the world moved on from the old style maths teaching.

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  12. Going back for 50 years or more, I don’t think almost anybody in the U.S. has learned math worth a damn in K-12 with a real problem being that the teachers themselves don’t know it. I went to private schools for K-12, and K-8 was completely worthless. I got into s special advanced math class in 8th grade and we did stuff we should probably have learned in back 5th grade. And when I actually got a couple of decent math teachers in H.S. they had to spend half the year teaching most of us remedial stuff before we could move on, and I was in the honors classes.

    STEM courses should just make sense because of the factual basis of the knowledge; as in you should be able to verify anything that they’re teaching you. I don’t think most of concepts are really that complex, but shitty teaching makes it so much harder.

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  13. horsemanbombadil says:

    His point was that for me things would just reset.

    For under 30s they would not be able to maintain basic systems. Who has a tire guage when there is a sensor on the dash.
    Prime a pump? Water just comes out of the tap right?

    Tech has divorced most today from basic mechanical knowledge and problem solving skills.

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  14. horsemanbombadil says:

    Old style glamour. Who is the favorite?

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  15. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh noes!!!

    ‘We’re ALREADY missing UK!’ EU unity crumbles as Germany and France bully smaller states

    BRITAIN’S departure from the European Union has sparked fears of an immediate power grab by Germany and France.

    Smaller member states said they were already missing the UK’s influence in Brussels amid signs that Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron plan to waste no time in imposing their dominance over the bloc. Angry officials said Ms Merkel had showed she was willing to flexing her muscles in Britain’s absence by pushing through a trade deal with China before Germany’s six-month presidency of the EU comes to an end.

    Brussels and Beijing have struck an investment deal which the German chancellor insists will give European companies greater access to Chinese markets and help redress unbalanced economic ties.

    But the treaty is already threatening to spark a rift across the EU just days after Britain finally left the bloc’s orbit.

    One Brussels diplomat told politico.eu: “There’s a lot of frustration among smaller countries about the way the Commission has been used to push through one of Merkel’s pet projects at the end of her term and the end of her legacy.

    “Is this the way the EU will work post-Brexit?

    “The Brits are just out and we’re already missing their open market-oriented approach.

    “If Germany weighs in too much, smaller EU countries have nothing to say.”

    https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1378804/brexit-fallout-eu-power-grab-angela-merkel-emmanuel-macron-brussels-china-trade-deal

    The ironic thing is that many Brexiteers felt that we were banging our heads against the wall with the EU. The ‘Smaller member states’ hid behind us and let us take the flak.

    Should have stood up earlier….jus’ sayin’

    For them to think that the eu wasn’t run by and for germany (with the french as their lapdogs that thought themselves as (almost) equal to gemans) is just so fucking funny. Bons voyages

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  17. Farm Boy says:

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  18. Cheque d'Out says:

    Somebody needs to call for Nurse. This patient appears to be off his meds. And he clearly needs them desperately

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  19. This is… disturbing…

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  20. Mike Pompeo is dropping a new post every half hours starting yesterday it’s very interesting. Most of them are photos and pictures and there’s a lot of reading in between the lines so you might want to follow that and look!

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  23. Farm Boy says:

    Covid question of the day — how did that odd DNA that shouldn’t be there find it’s way into the virus?

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  24. Cheque d'Out says:

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  25. Farm Boy says:

    CDC doctors on coronavirus mutations: ‘No evidence’ that these variants cause more severe disease.

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2021/01/cdc-doctors-on-coronavirus-mutations-no-evidence-that-these-variants-cause-more-severe-disease/

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  26. Ame says:

    Ame is glum without her sun.
    The rain is gone; the sun’s back home.
    I know, this is sappy, but Ames happy 😁

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  27. Cill says:

    Exit Question — How deeply do these people ever think?

    As I have previously remarked, the femno-marxist intellect is as deep as the tops of their mortarboard hats©

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  28. Cill says:

    Hey Spawny me old Empire, looks like I might have been wrong about Boris & co. They are starting to think like representatives of a sovereign state for a change. Long may it last! …until you get the next bunch of milksop Tories or Labour gummint.

    Anyway, hats off to the UK govt right now. Good on ’em.

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    Today, I went to one of the many Stop The Steal protests around the US. Many were going to the big Jan 6 protest in DC. Some things that came out of it if you are going to go

    Wear a body cam or GoPro camera. You might still be able to get one from Amazon if you don’t want to go into a store.

    Expect the local authorities to resist your presence in many ways. Covid will be a convenient excuse

    Some are expecting something big to happen, others are not so sure.

    Pack extra supplies and emergency gear. Maybe take them along in a backpack

    Expect the MSM to portray you in the worst manner possible, even though in my experience, these people are just about the best people around.

    Pay close attention to what is happening around. Be ready to whip out the smart phone to record what might be happening. In other cases, be ready to retreat.

    Expect underhanded maneuvers by the other side. That is who they are and what they do. Remember, these are the “by any means necessary” people without any real principles

    Stay with your group. Safety in numbers. Lots of witnesses.

    Perhaps wear masks to conceal your identity, and also to provide fewer excuses for the MSM to bash you

    Enjoy the precense of so many good people. One of Alinsky’s rules is to have your people do things that they enjoy.

    If you can’t make it to DC, there are many protests at State Capitols

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  30. Cill says:

    While Ame enjoys the sun, I enjoy the rain. We had a meaningful dose of rain yesterday and last night, the first in months – enough to water the pasture and wash the leaves of the forest and raise the water table around the roots of trees. My propery is still in good heart.

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  31. Cheque d'Out says:

    ‘ello ‘ello ‘ello what is occurring’ere then?

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  32. Farm Boy says:

    Germany bullying smaller neighbors. Who da thunk it?

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  33. Gunner Q says:

    “Is this normal?”

    *checks*

    Luke Letlow was age 41 with no reported health issues so that was a less than 1:500 chance of death by Coof alone. He made a big deal of not wearing masks while on the campaign trail and advocated ending lockdowns per wikipedia.

    His opponent in the runoff election, Lance Harris, is also very conservative.

    By contrast, Jerry Relph was 76 years old, likely had at least some comorbidities and malingered for upwards of six weeks. Not suspicious.

    Ben Chafin was age 61 and had lived a sedentary life as a lawyer, banker and politician. Probably a swamp creature to judge from that and approbations from the Northam cabal.

    Mike Reese died of cerebral aneurysm. Not Coof.

    Of the four, Letlow is the only one who needs to be autopsied for polonium. At first glance, however, I don’t see how his faked assassination could be useful to the Deep State.

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  34. Spanish roots? Que? What Spanish roots?

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  35. Ame says:

    Glad to hear yall got rain, Cill! I know you needed it.

    For the record, I do like rain. I just don’t like days and days of rainy/cloudy weather.

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  36. Farm Boy says:

    Wow, the Guardian makes sense

    People started breaking Covid rules when they saw those with privilege ignore them

    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2021/jan/02/follow-covid-restrictions-break-rules-compliance

    [Yes, Antifa and BLM privileged they are]

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  38. Sharkly says:

    What do you Brits think of this book?

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  39. Choicy says:

    Good luck for 2021 mates.

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  40. Choicy says:

    Enoch was right mate

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  41. Farm Boy says:

    This would really be something

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  42. Farm Boy says:

    Louie Gohmert Suggests Republicans Should Act Like BLM/Antifa If They Want To Have Their Voices Heard In Election Nonsense…

    https://www.weaselzippers.us/461905-louie-gohmert-suggests-republicans-should-act-like-blm-antifa-if-they-want-to-have-their-voices-heard-in-election-nonsense/

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  43. WW84: Nothing matters.

    I just skimmed the first 10 minutes to get to the review. Their skits are hit and miss with me. But that remaining 50 minutes flew by even though I’ve already seen 3-4 other reviews.

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  44. Farm Boy says:

    I wish Comey would stop self-promoting for a minute and think about the damage he has done. Not to Donald Trump but to the FBI. He doesn’t seem to understand that his actions have made it harder for the agency to gather important information from people. A patient will become nervous and uncertain if he hears that his new doctor botched his last three operations. So people having to deal with the FBI will have reason to be less than comfortable after Comey has politicized the bureau.

    https://stream.org/james-comeys-lower-loyalty-maimed-the-fbi/

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  45. Cheque d'Out says:

    And the next ban will be on super-trawlers???

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  46. Farm Boy says:

    Pelosi just proposed banning gendered terms like “father, mother, son, daughter” in the House. Aaaand she has “mother” and “grandmother” in her Twitter bio

    https://notthebee.com/article/pelosi-just-proposed-banning-gendered-family-terms-like-father-mother-son-daughter-in-the-house-she-has-mother-and-grandmother-in-her-twitter-bio

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  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    The beauty of the replacement of Stammer is that he was the best of the last lot of clowns. Everyone else is worse AFAICS

    I’d argue that Flabbot might not be the worst of them.
    Popcorn! Popcorn! Get yer luvverly popcorn ‘ere

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  48. Farm Boy says:

    The only way a person is going to change is if they run into a situation in which their maladaptive traits become extremely costly to them, and then this motivates them to change. Even then, the stuff deep down inside that is causing their pathology will probably remain, and they will simply change their social behaviors in order to find a new coping mechanism.

    https://sigmaframe.wordpress.com/2021/01/02/how-to-open-up-the-topic-of-personality-disorders-in-conversation/

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  49. Farm Boy says:

    Vice President Mike Pence said he welcomes efforts by lawmakers to challenge Electoral College results in the upcoming congressional joint session on Jan. 6, when the votes are formally counted, according to a new statement.

    https://m.theepochtimes.com/pence-welcomes-efforts-by-lawmakers-to-object-to-electoral-college-votes-on-jan-6-report_3641319.html/amp

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  50. Farm Boy says:

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  51. Did Bill Kristol actually speak the truth? Get to the choppa!!!

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  52. Normies taking to the streets like BLM/Antifa are gonna get the tear gas/water cannons that their blue city/state rulers refused to use on actual rioters and arsonists.

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  53. Cheque d'Out says:

    Hmm…

    I’d prefer trials and executions TBH

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  54. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Normies taking to the streets like BLM/Antifa are gonna get the tear gas/water cannons that their blue city/state rulers refused to use on actual rioters and arsonists.”

    Yep. BLM and related scummers have been allowed to demonstrate in London. Anti-lockdown protestors have been attacked by the police.

    These appear to be normies, not globalist pawn activist scum. Looks like the police are eagerly trying to destroy their public support

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  55. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Did Bill Kristol actually speak the truth? Get to the choppa!!!”

    So these really are the end of days???

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  56. Cheque d'Out says:

    In case you need another sinister, scheming, sociopathic, liar globalist shill to persuade you to get the vaccine…

    I’m fairly sure that he’s very widely despised in the UK. And yet the MSM keep putting him on our screens…curious.

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  57. Cheque d'Out says:

    Martin Daubney: ‘The BBC are the kind of Jehovah’s Witnesses of broadcasting’

    Martin Daubney, editorial director of campaign group Unlocked, says the BBC “are the kind of Jehovah’s Witnesses of broadcasting” because they think “non believers need to be converted and educated” to include the values of “inclusivity, diversity and all that nonsense they subscribe to.”

    Research conducted by The Times newspaper says that nearly 50% of British people do not think the BBC represents their values with declining levels of trust in the corporation the further away from London that someone is.

    The findings come before a government review on public sector broadcasting. There is speculation that the licence fee in its present form could be scrapped.

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  58. Cheque d'Out says:

    Uh oh. The MSM discovers the cheap and effective Ivermectin treatment
    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/11401060/anti-parasitic-drug-kill-coronavirus-two-days/
    #Inconvenient

    Scientists across the world have been scrambling to find drugs to thwart the pandemic – and have desperately turned to old drugs to help in the fight against coronavirus.

    In particular, the antiparasitic drug ivermectin has shown “potential” in treating the deadly bug after undergoing preliminary studies for use in the fight against the new virus.

    “Finding a safe, affordable, readily available therapy like ivermectin, if it proves effective with rigorous evaluation, has the potential to save countless lives,” Dr Nirav Shah, an infectious disease specialist at the NorthShore University HealthSystem, told ABC News.

    Ivermectin, which was developed in the 1970s and 1980s, was first used to treat tiny roundworms called nematodes in cattle.

    However, since then, it has gone on to be used for river blindness in humans, and most recently to rid people of head lice.

    Ivermectin isn’t actually licensed in the UK – but is sometimes used to fight scabies that is difficult to treat.

    It is on the World Health Organization’s (WHO) list of essential medicines.

    Recently, a team of Australian scientists studied ivermectin in connection with the coronavirus pandemic.

    Dr Kylie Wagstaff, the leader of the team from Melbourne’s Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute, said: “We found that even a single dose could essentially remove all viral RNA by 48 hours and that even at 24 hours, there was a really significant reduction in it.”

    Although the coronavirus is not a parasite, experts suggest that ivermectin basically treats it like one, blocking the viral RNA — ribonucleic acid — from invading healthy cells and giving the immune system more time to fight off the illness.

    The next step, according to the researchers, is “to determine the correct human dosage — ensuring the doses shown to effectively treat the virus in vitro are safe for humans.”

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  59. Farm Boy says:

    Coronavirus question of the day — why are possible useful drugs treated in a political versus scientific manner?

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  60. Cheque d'Out says:

    Globalist ex-banker Macron in trouble after strange adviser lunch with niece of Marine Le Pen

    Macron attempting to split the vote for his biggest rival, Marine le Pen, by trying to get in bed with her niece Maréchal le Pen.

    [His mother happy with this she might not be]

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  61. Farm Boy says:

    Both the Guardian and Bill Kristal making sense at the same time? A sign of the Apocalypse?

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  62. Farm Boy says:


    But feelings are powerful, and in the absence of a coherent philosophy grounded in data and observation and experience, the force of their emotions is all they have.

    Conservative theory has a practical grounding that provides real-world examples of its success. Market economies are more successful than command economies, and the data are clear. Socialist governments inevitably fail, and the data are clear. Democratic governments (based on market economics) have a much better track record.

    Faced with incontrovertible data that show they are wrong, they twist it with mental gyrations into such silliness as the standing joke around many conservative water coolers that “socialism just hasn’t been done with the right people!”

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/391956.php

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  63. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Coronavirus question of the day — why are possible useful drugs treated in a political versus scientific manner?”

    I used to think that HCQ and Ivermectin (which I heard of many months ago) were being suppressed and rubbished due to drug companies wanting expensive drugs and vaccines to be used instead.

    But the Oxford vaccine is said to cost £3 per dose. No megabucks to be made here.

    So now it looks more like an actual attempt to rubbish alternatives to vaccines. Just why do the deep state/globalists want everyone subjected to experimental vaccines for viruses where previous vaccine attempts turned out to be a liability when those vaccinated actually encountered the live virus? Or maybe next year’s vaccine for next year’s virus strain?

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  64. Cheque d'Out says:

    Early sign of the impending Zombie Apocalypse?

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  65. Cheque d'Out says:

    German news ; Will Thousands of Health Workers be Fired for Refusing to be Guinea Pigs?

    Hey guys, Jens Spahn and the german government try to motivate health sector workers and especially nursing staff to get the injection. Many of these frontline heroes, however, refuse to comply with our glorious leader’s orders. Instead, they think that old and sick people should rather be prioritized higher. How far will this conflict escalate? Will tehy just be reprimanded and they will just get a note in their HR files? Or will The glorious leader consider firing them for insubordination at the peak of the ‘crisis of a century’?

    [A crisis of confidence there would be]

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  66. Farm Boy says:

    Fear of reprisal — indeed, mob violence — has introduced into our public discourse an element of dishonesty and hypocrisy. The consequence is a loss of trust. When people are compelled to endorse beliefs that they do not actually believe, they become suspicious and skeptical about the sincerity of others. One reason the news media are so widely despised in America is because partisan prejudice so controls what is reported in the media that every intelligent person recognizes their dishonesty

    https://theothermccain.com/2021/01/02/skepticism-and-silence-cancel-culture-and-americas-growing-political-crisis/

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  67. Cheque d'Out says:

    Doctor Experiences Post-Injection “Complications” [ends up in ICU with seizures]
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/yriSLlcye3Y/

    Oh! Never mind. She has a history of allergic reactions…nothing to see here. Move along now (after getting your TSAEV*)

    *Totally Safe And Effective Vaccine

    Now I wouldn’t say that I’m a totally sensitive kind of guy, a few low level allergies, but this is exactly the kind of shit that causes me to prefer a tub of Ivermectin over a vaccine. Just saying.

    p.s.
    Anyone know the gender split of the human guinea pigs in the trials? Usually they sway (less risk avoidant) male. Meaning, I suppose, that the barely tested vaccine is even less tested on women. Not tested on kids or crumblies or those that have already had the virus.

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  68. Farm Boy says:

    [Worth a click it is]

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  69. Cheque d'Out says:

    Is full Lockdown Mk 3 coming? Keir Starmer demands new national squeeze within 24 hours to stop ‘out of control’ mutant Covid as Boris Johnson says rules are ‘probably about to get tougher’
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9108533/Keir-Starmer-demands-new-national-lockdown-Boris-Johnson-hints-action.html
    Boris Johnson warned harsher lockdown measures will ‘probably’ be needed due to the mutant Covid strain
    Keir Starmer condemned the PM for ‘delaying’ and insisted national lockdown should happen within 24 hours
    Mr Johnson has urged parents still to send their children back to primaries that are set to reopen tomorrow
    PM said he had ‘no doubt’ that schools were safe but refused to rule out full shutdown in the weeks to come
    Ofsted boss Amanda Spielman has delivered stark warning that children’s learning cannot be ‘furloughed’
    Left-wing councils join revolt against Government plans as National Education Union says schools are not safe

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  70. Cheque d'Out says:

    The wuflu is removing any surge in tory support over Brexit

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  71. Farm Boy says:

    “A female journalist ripped Trevor Lawrence for his mustache. And everyone laughed it off. Imagine the reaction if a male journalist rips a female athlete for her appearance. He probably never works again. And we get a 1000 woke think pieces on it too.”

    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/423701/

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    “Some experienced blast investigators from the FBI have been reviewing the publicly available photos and videos and have reached a rather startling preliminary conclusion. They are describing Warner’s bomb as being ‘unique in the annals of’ improvised explosive devices used by terrorists. If they’re correct, Warner would have had to have pulled off a very tricky design to create any sort of significant explosion. Also, they suggest that if we want to learn more about how he did it, officials should be looking for his test sites because there was no way he could have made it work on the first try.”

    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/423703/

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  73. b g says:

    Hmmm, my pooch seems to agree ;-D

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  74. Farm Boy says:

    The same witnesses who introduced this evidence about the adjudicated ballots were also responsible for evidence showing that the computers, instead of just adding votes as they came in for each candidate, were stripping votes from Trump. Sometimes the votes went to Biden; sometimes the votes just vanished. I’ve cued up the video to start with the testimony from the Data Integrity Group, but if that doesn’t work, go to 4:38:25:

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2021/01/proof_of_fraud_may_lie_in_vanishing_trump_votes.html

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  75. RichardP says:

    Coronavirus question of the day — why are possible useful drugs treated in a political versus scientific manner?

    In order to protect the public from quacks and shysters, the state requires that certain activities performed on the bodies of the public must be licensed (hair salons, medical doctors, etc.)

    When one’s ability to work and earn a living depends on not displeasing the state, one will more likely please the state, rather than science, when it is necessary – in order to not have one’s license revoked.

    Or, more simply, Where you stand depends upon where you sit. We tend to try and please those who issue our paycheck.

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  76. Farm Boy says:

    So the science driving healthcare must be politicized…

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  77. Farm Boy says:

    I learned an important thing from working with Jonathan Van Tam: “Never begin an intervention,” he used to say, “unless you are sure how and when to end it.” A big problem of Covid-19 management in the UK has been its lack of clarity about precisely this: when do we stop lockdowns, face coverings and social distancing, and dial our lives back to 2019?

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/01/01/trying-lock-covid-eradicated-would-dangerous-folly/

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  78. Cheque d'Out says:

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  79. b g says:

    LOL, well, I can remember caroling like that…and if you were lucky somebody’s Mom offered you hot cocoa and maybe cookies or even a doughnut. Kinda reminds me of my wife bribing my co-workers to add some tenor, baritone, and bass voices at her church’s Christmas specials with her butter tarts…you know bakeries charge more than $5 apiece now ;-D


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  80. Farm Boy says:

    From the Glorious Patriarch’s post

    Polling shows that the new law is strongly opposed by the public in New Zealand and in particular by women, with only 2% of women supporting abortion being available on-demand up to birth

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  81. Ame says:

    check this out – a private elementary school for boys to train to be our leaders of tomorrow?!!!

    Tim Kennedy
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  82. Ame says:

    MENTORSHIP PROGRAM FOR YOUR FAMILY
    Apogee’s online mentorship program was created to provide your family with a public school alternative rooted in the ideals boys need to become strong, successful men. The name Apogee comes from an astronomical term meaning “summit,” an homage to the life we envision for each of our students. A life where they have the tools they need to reach the greatest heights of their potential.

    https://apogeestrong.com/about/

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  83. Cheque d'Out says:

    The word evil just sprang to mind. No particular reason that I can think of.

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  84. RichardP says:

    So the science driving healthcare must be politicized

    I would say that the driver is the desire to not antagonize those who write out your paycheck. Pure science / research is affected by that to a lesser degree. The one most affected would be the one who must be licensed. At that level – at the use-of-science level, not the research of science level – we would see the choice of which science to use as the area affected by the need to please the boss. At the level of – which of the competing solutions do I emphasize – that would be where political correctness rears its head. It is the user of science that must jump through politically correct hoops, not the basic researcher of science.

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  85. Farm Boy says:

    On New Year’s Day, an interview on Pure Social TV (lots of new media cropping up these days) featured Seth Keshel, former Army Intelligence Captain. It focused on numerous election patterns that bucked historical trends.

    Keshel is smart, serious, detail oriented, and gets right to the heart of things. He also uses simple graphics to support his points.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2021/01/a_former_army_intelligence_captain_shares_a_boatload_of_election_oddities.html

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  86. Nature in the news:

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  87. JPF says:

    For the ant longevity post from above, and why single ants live so long:

    A man’s answer: They are all single, that’s why they live so much longer than expected.
    A feminist’s answer: They live long and are productive because a queen is in charge.

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