The Mental Health Issues of Feminists


 

Sub-Title:  UDDERLY

(apologies to Yoda, who already referenced Udderly at https://spawnyspace.wordpress.com/2021/05/23/nice-and-smart/#comment-182198)

Udderly. It’s a word that is pungent with meaning. When we first read or hear it we are left wondering “Udderly… what?” Udderly starkers? Udderly bonkers? Udderly true?

I don’t need to spell it out. We all know what the unstated qualifier is (it may in fact be one of the above). It’s a truism that the denizens of this blog need no reminder of at all.

So forgive me when I use that word with full pungent meaning intended:

Feminist-leftist-liberal-progressive females are Udderly. Now how about that. And their milksop male leeches, while not as Udderly as the women, are so udderly latched to it that a kick in the arse wouldn’t ween ’em.

Most of the women we have to contend with out there are leftist. They might not be practising Femtards but their souls are as Udderly as Udderly can be.

Any woman who would say “I’m for women” is Udderly. That politically-charged assertion, “I’m for women”, is rendered unnecessary and irrational by all the systemic sex-specific advantages that women enjoy over men. But how many women would not say “I’m for women”?

There are actual stats that indicate Udderly. They are fairly old news.  FB (a familiar of Yoda’s) reminded us of them recently but for those who haven’t seen them yet they are in Pew’s Survey fielded March 19-24, 2020. You can log in and download them here:

https://www.pewresearch.org/social-trends/dataset/covid-19-late-march-2020/

Or, you can read an attempted analysis of them here:

https://wentworthreport.com/2020/11/27/study-points-to-pervasive-mental-illness-among-white-american-liberals/

Or you can just take a gander at this:

 

Finally, do you reckon I should have a go at explaining the pungent meaning after all?

HEADS UP
DON’T LOOK BELOW IF YOU ARE EASILY TRIGGERED

 

Take yer pick:

Udderly. I rest my case.

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160 comments on “The Mental Health Issues of Feminists
  1. Farm Boy says:

    Good that there was a trigger warning above

    As an antidote, and keeping on topic with udders,

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  2. Cill says:

    Pull my hoof 😉

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  3. People also ask

    Are all dairy cows female?

    Heifers are female dairy cattle and after two years, they give birth to their own calves. Once a heifer gives birth, it is called a cow. All female dairy cows must have a calf to produce milk. … Male dairy cattle are called bulls and do not produce milk.

    Not “people”, idiots ask, “Are all dairy cows female?”

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  4. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    Only one problem with this post!Its FEMINAZISTS!That how I&you too should roll!

    [Who their exalted leader she would be?]

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  5. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    Mehgan the duchess of (She hopes!)DC looks like shes in the running now!Plus hillary is always waiting in the shadows for her big power grab!

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  6. cameron232 says:

    The one in top right icture that’s screeching. Looks like a baboon in a rage.

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  7. Farm Boy says:

    Maybe they will all form a junta.

    [No, form a juntette they would]

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  8. Red Pill Apostle says:

    “The one in top right picture that’s screeching. Looks like a baboon in a rage.”

    Primates around the globe are offended. Also, this is what you get when parents refuse to spank their kids. Just sayin’.

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  9. Cill says:

    “Baboon in a rage”. You coined it mate. Look at those gums.

    The pic second from the bottom is a photo of the hate-crazed feminist Valerie Solanas, who shot Andy Warhol in 1968.

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  10. Cill says:

    I have just come back from celebrating the 60th wedding anniversary of a rellie and her hubby. It seems a bit surreal in this day and age.

    The anniversary gift from the old bloke to his wife is shouting her (and himself with her of course) a night in the Hilton! They are both in their nineties. I hope he doesn’t bust a valve.

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  11. “Zombies have taken over the city and a crack team, um… to go inside, um … whatever.”

    I tried watching it last Friday night and made it to the opening credits (~9 min in).

    “Stupid at the speed of ludicrous.”, would be my review.

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  12. THIS, THIS, THIS, THIS, THIS!!!!!!!!

    They “stopped” the count when they found out they’d lost, dumped of bunch more votes for Biden in and then boom, President Puddinghead.

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  14. In my area, a local high school is doing a vaccine drive for kids 12 and up this week. 😭

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  15. The AZ audit is finding some rather peculiar stuff, I hear through the grapevine. Full results won’t be released until it is done. It’s much larger than the ballots themselves, although they are showing anomalies. They are also forensically auditing the machines snd routers used, as well as doing home visits to verify suspected “phantom voters” are indeed real peeps. Among other things.

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  16. And I know last I posted re: the audits I was told “it won’t change anything” but I respectfully disagree. Fraud invalidates the whole thing. That would in fact solve everything that’s happened since Jan. Cheaters don’t get to keep the title. Watch.

    The fact is We The People need to be doing recall petitions on all these dead weight leaders.

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  17. Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

    Actually, no, it doesn’t invalidate anything. If they found out that the Biden campaign cheated to win and find hard proof, nothing happens. There is no mechanism for removing a president besides impeachment or 25th amendment grounds. Biden isn’t going anywhere because the Democrats aren’t going to impeach him because Democrats cheating him into office was the point.

    We are using the late-stage Roman Republic political rules now. There will no longer be a orderly and lawful transfer of power. Cheating and violence are the rule now, not the exception. The best the audit does is get the right to organize more broadly along the lines of Antifa and the Proud Boys.

    This. Is. Not. Getting. Solved. Without. Violence. Bloom, you are suffering from normalcy bias in a world that has gone mad. That bias will get you in trouble, or dead. The law does not matter because they will just ignore the law. That is the myth of the rule of law over the rule of men: laws are enforced by men, and when you focus on making the law moral and just and neglect the men, the law fails. The law can be no more moral and just than the men enforcing it.

    War is coming. This is the cold, hard truth you have to face. If you ignore it or don’t believe it, you will suffer, and your girls will suffer. War does not care about the law, about justice, about what is right. Might makes right, and war respects only the strength, cunning, and the will to power.

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  18. We’ll see. If it doesn’t get solved I agree with your assessment and am ready.

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  19. Have you looked at Biden’s title on his Facebook page, btw? It says simply “Politician.” Odd.

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  20. cameron232 says:

    Arm yourself bud. Do it while you still can.

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  21. In any case, I identify as a free person.

    The other day in the store I overheard the clerk ask a woman how her husband was. She replied he was dead, suicide, could not take the shut down, economic uncertainty, and Covid stuff any longer. I decided then and there I will not comply. I will not wear a mask to make others comfortable. I will make others uncomfortable with the truth.

    Later that day I was asked to leave a store for not wearing a mask, despite my staring I had a medical exemption. The manager was ironically an Eastern European immigrant based on her accent. She told me it was corporate policy, she had no choice. I looked her straight in the eye and said, “actually you do have a choice. This is America. You are a free person and so am I.” She said, “fine but you have to wear it at the cashier to purchase.” And walked away. I hope she thinks about it.

    And before anyone says, “it’s a private company, they can do what they want…” blah blah, it’s not true. Private companies are actually held to an even higher standard as far as discrimination and civil liberties violations. I just may sue the company to make a point and to get my “$5000 go away” money. Might be a good way to make some pandemic cash!

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  22. $5000 would provide some mighty fine 🧺 gear. Just sayin’…

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  23. I keep a copy of the constitution in my purse, just in case anyone asks me for proof or papers!

    F’ em. Bring it. I am over this bullshit. Peaceful non compliance. Everyone needs to just stop doing all this crap.

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  24. For those who don’t know me, I have been around these parts for many years. Trust me, I get what’s going down. Doesn’t mean I don’t try to do what I can to head off the coming train wreck. I am prepared for scnerios A, B, C, D, E, F, etc. if we are going to war it will be against the UN. Watch. That’s their end game anyway. To destroy the leader of the free world, and the free world along with it. No. Not on my watch. F them. They will lose.

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  25. Why are antimalarial medications being used in brown countries but are banned in white ones? It’s true. Look it up.

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  26. More ridiculous ness…

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  27. Farm Boy says:

    This. Is. Not. Getting. Solved. Without. Violence.

    You really don’t know that.

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  28. Red Pill Apostle says:

    “The law does not matter because they will just ignore the law. That is the myth of the rule of law over the rule of men: laws are enforced by men, and when you focus on making the law moral and just and neglect the men, the law fails.”

    If urban area protests by Marxist groups are the exhibit A of this. We mainly did very little to enforce law. Rather we contained the anarchy to limited areas. The damage this does is that everyone sees on full display that the law does not matter for certain people and if we break (it’s been broken for a while) that common understanding there is little incentive for anyone to follow the law. Following the law becomes a sucker’s move.

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    Washington Post journalist Glenn Kessler is facing ridicule after reporting that the lab leak origin of COVID is now “credible” having previously attacked Senator Ted Cruz for saying the same thing.

    https://summit.news/2021/05/25/washington-post-journalist-forced-to-eat-crow-over-wuhan-lab-leak-theory/

    [Always credible to me it was.
    Odd that anybody dismiss it so easily they did]

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    Kelloggs has launched a special gay pride cereal that encourages buyers to choose the pronouns of characters such as Toucan Sam.

    https://summit.news/2021/05/25/kelloggs-launches-gay-pride-cereal-that-encourages-buyer-to-choose-characters-pronouns/

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    A leading Black Lives Matter activist in the UK was shot in the head by a gang of four black men, authorities have revealed.

    https://summit.news/2021/05/25/authorities-say-black-lives-matter-activist-was-shot-in-head-by-four-black-men/

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  32. Farm Boy says:

    Embattled San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin Blames Police for Crime Crisis

    The Recall Chesa Boudin committee has been passing around its petition and appears on track to have the required signatures by an August deadline.

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2021/05/embattled-san-francisco-da-chesa-boudin-blames-police-for-crime-crisis/

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  33. Liz says:

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  34. Farm Boy says:

    But turning the theory into a “conspiracy theory” and all the baggage that term brings to the discussion was done because it was a useful political club to discredit Donald Trump and his supporters. Admittedly, the lab-leak theory is based on a lot of circumstantial evidence. But so is the animal-to-human theory of transmission. The key to understanding the media’s hysterical pushback against the lab-leak theory is in the burning desire to see Donald Trump — and his supporters — dismissed as kooks and crazies.

    Jonathan Chait of New York Magazine has penned a sort of media “mea culpa” for being so hard on those wanting to talk about the lab-leak theory.

    Many mainstream journalists, though not all, dismissed the lab-leak hypothesis out of hand as a conspiracy theory. In part, they were deceived by some especially voluble public-health experts. In part, they simply took Donald Trump’s bait, answering the former president’s dissembling with false certainty of their own.

    It is not too early to grapple with the failures of the media

    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/rick-moran/2021/05/25/media-pretending-they-never-tried-to-censor-those-writing-about-the-wuhan-lab-leak-theory-n1449427

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  35. Farm Boy says:

    Gavin Newsom has been barred from indiscriminately shutting down churches and ordered to pay $1.35 million in legal fees

    https://notthebee.com/article/gavin-newsom-has-been-barred-from-indiscriminately-shutting-down-churches-and-ordered-to-pay-135-million-in-legal-fees

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  36. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    Gavin newsom use to see michael savage&teddy the toypodle at non-same sex weddings!And michael&teddy always protected gavins reputation by not telling on him for being at such things!This was in the old days before total woke culture!That leads to total war culture!!

    [But social distancing while doing so he was?]

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  37. Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

    I don’t know that? Bullshit. I know that for a damned certainty. How were you planning on arresting half to two-thirds of the political class peacefully? Specifically, the half that has legal command over the military? How are you going to expose people who have shown a willingness to kill whistleblowers in the past without them fighting back?

    Maybe you can get some tips on how to peacefully reveal the movers and shakers and all their corruption. Ask Seth Rich and Michael Hastings how they did it. Except you can’t because they are dead. Murdered for picking a fight with the establishment without armed men backing them.

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  38. RichardP says:

    The other day in the store I overheard the clerk ask a woman how her husband was. She replied he was dead, suicide, could not take the shut down, economic uncertainty, and Covid stuff any longer. I decided then and there I will not comply. I will not wear a mask to make others comfortable.

    The perceived loss of control can create some very powerful negative consequences in folks, due to the release of stress hormones that generally accompany that perception of loss of control. Likewise, the perceived acquisition of control can lead to some very powerful postitive consequences. Research has demonstrated that these negative or positive affects are triggered by perceptions about control, not the reality of control. For the sake of managing folks in an organization (getting work done through others), management training emphasizes letting folks perceive that they have control in as many situations as is practical. That makes for happier and more productive folks Whether the folks ever actually exert that control is not what is relevant (lots of folks are only too willing to let others take charge). What is relevant is the perception of control, or lack of control. (This is probably true about husbands and wives also. But that is a different discussion.)

    The information about perceived lack of control is relevant in this mask thing because of the strangeness of the fuss that so many folks make about it. I will not allow the government to dictate my behavior! I am my own person, and I am free – not a government slave! Or something similar to that.

    To highlight the silliness of thinking like that, think through all of the government mandates that you have lived your entire life by without objection:

    – Stop at a red light
    – Drive on the specified side of the road
    – Buy cars that have mufflers
    – Educate our children to at least the eighth grade.
    – Wear hair nets or hats when working around food

    – Sell a yard of cloth / buy a yard of cloth, that matches the U.S. Bureau of Standards definition of what a yard of cloth is.
    – Sell a gallon of gas or rum / buy a gallon of gas or rum, that matches the U.S. Bureau of Standards definition of what a gallon of liquid is.

    – Don’t get caught having sexual relations with a female who is under the age of consent for the state you are in.

    There are scores of other such behaviors that we do without thinking, that are actually imposed on us by local, state, or federal governments. We do this without thinking, because we have lived with these requirements our entire life. With regard to these regulations, we have all been taught, at some level, that one must give up certain small freedoms on a personal level in order that we might live in a structured, ordered, efficient society (think how efficient we could not be if everyone chose to drive on whatever side of the road they wanted to, and did not bother to stop at red lights). Our acceptance of regulations is driven by this foundational issue of living with others: Given that we have decided to live together, how, then, shall we live our lives? Answers to that question are given on a local, state, and federal level – usually through the voting process, by ballot, or by not voting into office again the person who arbitrarily imposed a requirement on us.

    How can one have a perceived loss of control when they have lived their entire lives in accordance with those standards and requirements that have been imposed on us by local, state, and federal governments?

    And that is what makes the difference with this mask thing. It is not that we resent living our lives in accordance with standards imposed on us by local, state, and federal governments. As stated above, we have been living (quite willingly) with these impositions our entire lives. The thing about the mask requirement is that it is something new, something we have not been required to do before. We don’t even thing about government imposition when we stop at a red light, or drive on the specified side of the road – because there never was a time when we weren’t required to do that. But here come the mask mandates – government edicts that are no different from the government edicts mentioned above. And we balk.

    Not because we resent the government imposing standards and regulations on us (we do willing stop at red lights after all). But because we are suddenly confronted with a perceived loss of control by the imposition of a regulation we are not used to. The way to combat that is to identify other areas in your life that demonstrate that you can still excercise control. That is the way to maintaining sanity and positive emotional health. Going after the government with tommy guns will also lead to a sense of control – at least until you take a bullet through the head. But folks who can carry a thought many steps out into the future will see the bullet through the head as a distinct possibility, and so will look for other means of exercising control within their immediate work or family or social network.

    Particularly if the variants come on with a vengance and lead to more lockdowns later, the life you save may be your own. It might be useful for you to acquaint yourself with some of the information at this link:

    perceived loss of control

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  39. Liz says:

    The thing about the mask requirement is that it is something new, something we have not been required to do before. We don’t even thing about government imposition when we stop at a red light, or drive on the specified side of the road – because there never was a time when we weren’t required to do that. But here come the mask mandates – government edicts that are no different from the government edicts mentioned above. And we balk.

    No.
    We object to mandates of wearing a dirty rag up to our noses and mouths because they are arbitrary, restrictive, anti-social, and an actual health risk.
    Stopping at a red light everyone understands.
    Mike and the boys have gone to ju jitsu and during the mandates they didn’t wear masks (this is not where Mike got the covid, he got it in a mandatory mask wearing environment, fwiw).
    The reason:
    During the pandemic when the mask mandates were in place and there were restrictions on the studio, two young men committed suicide. After that, they decided to open up and just black out the windows and require folks to sign in before attendance.
    When we see a mandatory mask sign now, we ignore that business and go to one where masks aren’t obligatory. If you want to wear a rag over your face enjoy.

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  40. Liz says:

    Why are antimalarial medications being used in brown countries but are banned in white ones? It’s true. Look it up.

    Bloom, we don’t have a lot of malaria here.
    I could identify it on a blood slide, but very few people these days can, even in the medical lab. They just never see it.
    Plaquenil is an anti-malarial drug that is available here, however. Because it’s also used to treat lupus and RA.

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  41. Liz says:

    The widespread increase in mental health problems and suicidal ideation aren’t due to the fact the government has a new regulation folks just haven’t gotten used to yet.
    It’s the social isolation that comes with these restrictions (including having to wear a rag over your face).

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  42. b g says:

    redpillgirl

    Well, as for “antimalarial medications”, if the Indian state of Goa follows out it’s plan to provide all adults with Ivermectin, and it proves to be not just therapeutic but also prophylactic, the truth will out…and as your token old fart, one time cowboy, and retired scientist, a random sample of millions is pretty much the end of the argument ;-D

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  43. Why have patriots snd conservatives just zipped up and complied? Why aren’t they pushing back? Peacefully of course. Why are We The People letting this happen, if there are 80 million plus of us? If we play along with the bs it never ends. If we all call out the BS it may simply go away. It can’t withstand scrutiny.

    “The law does not matter because they will just ignore the law. That is the myth of the rule of law over the rule of men: laws are enforced by men, and when you focus on making the law moral and just and neglect the men, the law fails.”

    If urban area protests by Marxist groups are the exhibit A of this. We mainly did very little to enforce law. Rather we contained the anarchy to limited areas. The damage this does is that everyone sees on full display that the law does not matter for certain people and if we break (it’s been broken for a while) that common understanding there is little incentive for anyone to follow the law. Following the law becomes a sucker’s move.”

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  44. @ bg I love it! Let’s do it!

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  45. @ Liz, ok parasitical then. I identify as infested with scabies! 😝

    But seriously, scientists are t even curious why antiparasitics seem to work on a virus?!? I would think that would be very interesting indeed. Instead it’s, “la la la, can’t talk about that, nothing to see here…”

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  46. @richardp

    Give me freedom or give me death. Yeah I could get a variant. Or I could get hit by a car. I could get struck by lightning. A tree could fall on me. A small scratch may turn into whirlwind sepsis. I could get cancer, heart disease, stroke, etc. I AM going to die someday, as God determines.

    People spread, caught, died of cold snd flu variants our whole lives but we never denied people their livelihood, civil liberties, etc. over that.

    Unless you know something I don’t, like maybe there is a plan to release a more deadly variant, I am curious how you justify my family going without over $70,000 in income this year not to mention untold lost momentum “for the greater good.”

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  47. @ RichardP, Also, in response to a few days back, I call total BS Faucci and others simply “didn’t know.” They made this virus, planned all this, they knew EXACTLY what they were doing. Don’t kid yourself. Respectfully. Put down the Covid kool aid.

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  48. @wilfgur maybe they should have been smarter about it. I am not saying it’s not dangerous, but it can be done. Peaceful passive resistance toppled the British empire in India, for example.

    [Soviet Eastern European Empire another example it would be]

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  49. One reason I haven’t posted here is bc I am mostly in a really bad mood. I am sick of this shit and have been since day 15. Why are we complying?!?

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  50. “For the greater good” while big box and chain stores continued to operate. But not Main Street.

    Either masks snd social distance work or they don’t. Not only in Costco and Walmart.

    Not to mention states that aren’t doing those things are doing better. Explain that.

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  51. Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

    Peaceful resistance does nothing unless it’s the kind of ideas the people in charge want. The British elite wanted to be free of India, so they cooperated when an Indian demanded they free India. Same with America. When people peacefully demand that the government does something the people running the government wants, the government has no choice but to accede to the demands of the people. When people peacefully demand that the government do something the people running the government do not want, the people are terrorists and insurrectionists, and nothing will get in the way of crushing them. Look at who gets bail between the Capitol protesters and Antifa rioters. The judges do not fear death, so they certainly don’t fear the Constitution and violate it with impunity.

    Now, don’t be an idiot and go burn the nearest federal building, but you know what stopped the Wacos and Ruby Ridges in the 90’s? Timothy McVeigh, a true American hero. It wasn’t public outcry, it was a bombing and the promise by the militias that another Waco would result in feds nationwide catching cases of rapid onset lead overdoses. Get organized, get trained, and stop waiting for some magic audit to put everything back together. God helps those who help themselves.

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  52. Farm Boy says:

    Drive By Shooting Happens On Live TV At “George Floyd Square” During 1 Year Anniversary Event

    https://www.weaselzippers.us/469738-drive-by-shooting-happens-on-live-tv-at-george-floyd-square-during-1-year-anniversary-event/

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  53. Farm Boy says:

    During the signing ceremony for the law, a reporter asked if the whole thing was really about getting Donald Trump back on social media.

    Gov. DeSantis made a salient, if obvious, point about the choices social media giants make in de-platforming.

    “When you de-platform the president of the United States but let Ayatollah Khomenei talk about killing Jews, that is wrong.”

    Gov. DeSantis strafed the stupid question so powerfully the assembled crowd erupted in applause.

    And then a standing ovation.

    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/bryan-preston/2021/05/24/watch-this-clip-shows-why-gov-ron-desantis-is-such-a-boss-n1449370

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  54. Farm Boy says:

    SENATOR Rand Paul received a mysterious package filled with white powder at his Kentucky home on Monday, prompting the FBI to investigate its contents and the threatening image that came with it.

    The Republican received an enveloped with a photo of himself bruised and bandaged. Next to Paul’s face on the image include a gun to his head with the words: “I’ll finish what your neighbor started you motherf—-r.”

    https://www.the-sun.com/news/2951660/rand-paul-threat-powder-letter-gun-image-kentucky-home/

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  55. Farm Boy says:

    Facebook is suppressing “vaccine hesitancy” behind the scenes, limiting the reach of comments that express concerns about COVID-19 inoculations or share negative experiences, even if accurate, according to an investigation released Monday by Project Veritas.

    Project Veritas posted a video featuring interviews with two anonymous “insiders” identified as Facebook employees, and produced alleged internal documents detailing the tech platform’s effort to “[d]rastically reduce user exposure to vaccine hesitancy.”

    https://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2021/may/25/project-veritas-exposes-how-facebook-shuts-down-co/

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  56. Seen online, have to fact-check yet but wow if so:

    The cookie crumbles And so the cookie starts to crumble… Daylight killers… The masks begin to fall off! “The Chinese biological laboratory in Wuhan is owned by Glaxosmithkline, which (accidentally) owns Pfizer!” (the one who makes the vaccine against the virus which was (accidentally) started at the Wuhan Biological Lab and which was (accidentally) funded by Dr. Fauci, who (accidentally) promotes the vaccine! “GlaxoSmithKline is (accidentally) managed by the finance division of Black Rock, which (accidentally) manages the finances of the Open Foundation Company (Soros Foundation), which (accidentally) manages the French AXA! “Soros (accidentally) owns the German company Winterthur, which (accidentally) built a Chinese laboratory in Wuhan and was bought by the German Allianz, which (coincidentally) has Vanguard as a shareholder, who (coincidentally) is a shareholder of Black Rock,” which (coincidentally) controls central banks and manages about a third of global investment capital. “Black Rock” is also (coincidentally) a major shareholder of MICROSOFT, owned by Bill Gates, who (coincidentally) is a shareholder of Pfizer (which – remember? Sells a miracle vaccine) and (coincidentally) is now the first sponsor of the ‘WHO! Now you understand how a dead bat sold in a wet market in China has infected the WHOLE PLANET! “” Share quickly

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  57. Liz says:

    As I remember it, after McVeigh there were draconian restrictions on anyone who tried to form a militia. Militias were a lot more popular prior to McVeigh.

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  58. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    ”My love theres only you in my life”FB&HUNTER you remember that charity cover of ”endless love”,scott,GBFM&rollo recorded with sheila wray-gregoire in’12!?The one that got banned for excessive non-chalante alphaness in its music video version!?We were suppose to do another but dal’ told us that gregoire went balmy!

    [Her daughter balmy also she was]

    [800 years ago, my Mum loved this song she did]

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  59. b g says:

    redpillgirl

    There is nothing for us to do, India is in crisis, the health department in Goa has decided to try Ivermectin. The result, either way, will be far too large to hide. Personally, I decided to be vaccinated because my doctor advised it and I could see the reasoning behind that advice. But then I have already had two experimental vaccines; one for Polio, the other for TB.

    As for questioning the positions of scientists or doctors, you should realize that there have been strong media negative influences on anybody advising the use of anti-parasitic drugs. You must have noticed the horseshit when Trump suggested HCL might help, hell there was a peer reviewed study showing it was dangerous. Sure it was proven to be false but the damage was done. Anybody with any bloody understanding of history knew that quinine has been used by millions of humans with few negative effects, as has Ivermectin for that matter.

    The result of this nonsense in both your country and mine is the result of fear, fear used for political purposes. There was no such horseshit when the then experimental Polio vaccine was first used because Eisenhower was trusted by much of the Western world.

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  60. horsemanbombadil says:

    Wow!!!

    When good natured Bloom goes on a full blown Fuck rant you know things are getting real!!

    Way to go girl!!

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  61. This thread is worth reading:

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  62. “There’s a good chance you keep yourself amused with a witty internal monologue that you’re sure would shock and surprise others if you shared it with them.”

    He’s right, you know.

    [True with me this would be]

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  63. Horseman it’s been a long year. I swear like a sailor these days! Fucking done! Time for the commies to go bye bye.
    😂😂😂

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  64. Farm Boy says:

    U.S. cities that defunded their police are continuing to experience historic crime waves

    https://notthebee.com/article/us-cities-that-defunded-their-police-are-now-experiencing-historic-crime-waves

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  65. Wulfgar, I am taking a stand, but in a different way. I speak truth. Loudly. That’s my superpower.

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  66. Farm Boy says:

    Jordan Peterson and James Lindsay started a “Resign for Diversity” campaign urging white wokies to be the “QUIT” in “EQUITY” 🤣

    https://notthebee.com/article/jordan-peterson-and-others-have-started-a-resign-for-diversity-campaign-where-wokies-can-become-the-quit-in-equity-and-it-made-some-people-mad-

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  67. Actually I pray a lot. Also.

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  68. Farm Boy says:

    COVID-19 infections were high among hospital staff but re-infection rates are very low

    https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2021-05/elf-ciw052421.php

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  69. Cill says:

    There’s violence on the streets here and it’s nothing to do with politics or wuflu restrictions or even Left-wing rioters. It’s gang warfare. Dangerous NZrs have been kicked out of Australia and want to carry on here the only way they know how: i.e. violence because it’s what they are, and crime.

    A lot of people talk about what they would like to do to the thugs, but I’ve noticed that not many are prepared to back up their words with action when push comes to shove. It backs up what I’ve been told by the old soldiers I know so well. Wars are won by a minority of fighters.

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  70. horsemanbombadil says:

    Something we will see less and less until it becomes fable.

    Many generations together

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  71. Cill says:

    From FB’s link at 12:59 am:

    “Chicago saw a 65% increase in homicides from June 2020 to February 2021, despite arrests dropping 53%”
    (emphasis mine)

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  72. okrahead says:

    So crazy Dicky P has completely lost his marble and we’re just going to leave it to Bloom to set him straight? Oh no, I want a piece of this action. First of all, stopping at red lights and driving on the correct side of the road for your location (since we have both sides represented here) are absolutely necessary for vehicular traffic to even be possible. Furthermore, these rules were instituted into law by our duly elected representatives through agreed upon processes. Not committing statutory rape is also a moral obligation of the men of the community, codified into law by our duly elected representatives, and agreed upon by all (more or less). Quite frankly, I question the moral sensibility of anyone who equates being restrained from committing statutory rape with a twelve year old to being forced to wear one of Fascist Fauci’s Filthy Face diapers. I really have to ask, Dicky P, why would you even go there? Something you want to share?

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  73. joshua4355 says:

    Her daughter balmy also she was

    By “balmy”, do you mean Satanic?
    It’s kind of amusing that this woman says she needs to preach against “this kind of teaching”.
    a) the Bible speaks against tattoos
    b) the Bible speaks against taking debt
    c) the Bible speaks against women teaching men; maybe this woman thought only women use the internet? Or at least her YouTube channel? That is possible; I don’t know who she invites.

    Too bad she was not trained properly. She could have been appealing to a young man.

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  74. okrahead says:

    Bloom, as to what path our resistance should take…. I thought that over quite a bit before making my decision and acting on it. My resistance of choice was to continue to attend worship services at a local church and partake communion every Sunday, regardless of any government edict. I had a difficult time finding a church still open, but by God’s grace I found one eventually, and with many others there refused to let the doors be shut a single Sunday. That is where I have taken, and will continue to take, my stand.

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  75. Cill says:

    we’re just going to leave it to Bloom to set him straight?

    I have an excuse. I’m in a good mood because I have reason not to be ashamed 😉

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  76. Gunner Q says:

    “There’s a good chance you keep yourself amused with a witty internal monologue that you’re sure would shock and surprise others if you shared it with them.”

    Nah, I have a blog for that.

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  77. Gunner Q says:

    “Why have patriots and conservatives just zipped up and complied? Why aren’t they pushing back? Peacefully of course.”

    1. Old-school thinking. They keep expecting jackbooted thugs to show up at the door. That’s not how it’s going down… the State can ruin us without ever visiting us.

    2. Disorganization. This is mostly fallout from feminism, the complete death of male spaces.

    3. Collapse of Christianity. The Church, intentionally or not, has gutted any Christ-based moral code that encourages conflict in favor of wellness and cooperation.

    4. Too much to lose. Life is pretty comfy in most respects, thus far.

    5. Too much treachery. There’s not one so-called leader worth following. Anywhere. We’ve already tried movements and parties and boycotts and whatnot. All have fallen apart or been subverted.

    6. No victory scenario. What would winning look like? We aren’t getting the old normal back. Sooo… what exact kind of future would we be trying to achieve? Who is “we”?

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  78. Farm Boy says:

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  79. Farm Boy says:

    Psaki Says Biden Is So Incredibly Fit He Has Achieved Resting Heart Rate Of Zero

    https://babylonbee.com/news/psaki-says-biden-is-so-fit-he-has-achieved-resting-heart-rate-of-zero

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  80. Farm Boy says:

    How many elites do we need?

    Like

  81. Farm Boy says:

    Asian-American Voice Actors Question Why White A-List Stars Are Still Voicing Anime

    https://www.indiewire.com/2021/05/funimation-asian-american-voice-actors-discrimination-1234639320/#!

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  82. joshua4355 says:

    Peaceful passive resistance toppled the British empire in India, for example.

    [Soviet Eastern European Empire another example…]

    The Soviets were not brought down by peaceful, passive resistance.
    They were brought down by finances. Despite treating over a dozen other countries as piggy banks, from which they stole resources for glorious mother Russia, despite treating the populations as prisoners, who were forbidden to leave without permission, and who were expected to work for Russia-specified wages, Russia went bankrupt.
    True, they went bankrupt partly due to the corruption of their communist officials and partly due to the inherent unworkability of communism.
    But, they also went bankrupt due to the costs incurred by their desire to protect Russia itself and their prisoner countries, from the continuous threat of violence by the US military. If Russia had no need to spend billions trying to develop the technology to keep US spy-planes out of Russia, paying for the equipment and costs of their armies, and paying for submarines to keep the US submarines away from Russia, then the misery would have continued for far longer.

    And even with the US instigating Russia to spend billions on their defense, Russia was still able to treat close to two generations of people as prisoners in those dozen countries.
    Do you want to be treated as property, and your children too? Or do you want to speed up the process, by dealing with the thugs abusing you and your family?

    Oh, and since there is no nation currently threatening the US, to help them along the path to bankruptcy, don’t count on the misery only lasting two generations.

    The US founders had it right. A well-armed militia is essential to keeping a nation free. Especially from its own government.
    One thing the US founders may have forgotten — that well-armed militia needs to be staffed by moral people, who are righteous enough to not stand by and let evil be called good, and good be called evil. I think we lost that.

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  83. Redpillgirlnotes says:

    @orcahead appreciate the props. I can’t MOT say it. I can’t not call out the BS. My conscience demands it. Even at personal risk.

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  84. @orcahead appreciate the props. I can’t MOT say it. I can’t not call out the BS. My conscience demands it. Even at personal risk.

    Liked by 2 people

  85. @ Joshua, I by no means am in support of rolling over, trust me. Commiees gotta go. It’s a given.

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  86. Farm Boy says:

    A professor with the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine has said that there is a general dismissal of the fact that more than half of all Americans have developed natural immunity to the coronavirus and that it constitutes “one of the biggest failures of our current medical leadership.”

    https://summit.news/2021/05/26/johns-hopkins-prof-half-of-americans-have-natural-immunity-dismissing-it-is-biggest-failure-of-medical-leadership/

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  87. Farm Boy says:

    As the evidence piles up pointing toward a Wuhan lab leak being the origin of the coronavirus pandemic, and as it becoming accepted as a mainstream credible likelihood, it has emerged that Joe Biden’s administration SHUT DOWN an investigation into the theory that was initiated under President Trump.

    https://summit.news/2021/05/26/report-biden-admin-shut-down-investigation-into-wuhan-lab-leak-theory/

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  88. Farm Boy says:

    Sen. Toomey Presses Fed on Racial, Social Justice Activism

    “…neither the warming of the earth’s temperature nor severe weather events are a threat to the stability of the financial system. Experience bears this out.”

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2021/05/sen-toomey-presses-fed-on-racial-social-justice-activism/

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  89. Farm Boy says:

    But, uh, there’s, you know, there’s to be…you know beginning, uh, this effort, uh, for 2021 is, uh, I think we’ve learned a few lessons from last year as well. There’s help as-who-we-there…you know, being there to help, uh, clear roads, rebuild main streets, uh, and so that the families can get back to their lives, uh. That’s what FEMA does every single day.

    https://notthebee.com/article/once-again-heres-joe-biden-saying-a-bunch-of-words-that-make-absolutely-no-sense

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  90. Farm Boy says:

    Local Christian Parents Pay University $100,000 To Totally Destroy 18 Years Of Their Hard Work

    https://babylonbee.com/news/local-christian-parents-pay-university-100000-to-totally-destroy-18-years-of-their-hard-work

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  91. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    Scott,I(Mel effing gibson!)&rollo are fighting against the forces of jim&gnon again at jacks!We will prevail with bostring& redpill steel!

    [What the issue that fighting over you are?]

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  92. Liz says:

    In the case of a democratic government, non-violent protest may influence public opinion, and public opinion may in turn influence government policy. Gandhi’s success hinged not on H.M. Government seeing reason, but on the existence of a free press in Britain and sympathy for Gandhi’s cause and methods among the British electorate.

    Conversely, against an autocratic government, non-violent tactics will have no effect at all. Had the Japanese managed to capture India, Gandhi would most likely have ended tied to a pole and used for bayonet practice.
    It is doubtful that Gandhi fully appreciated that the success of his methods were attributable at least in part to the circumstances under which he was operating, and that against a different, more autocratic, opponent he would not have fared as well, as indicated by the following quotes:
    “I do not consider Hitler to be as bad as he is depicted. He is showing an ability that is amazing and seems to be gaining his victories without much bloodshed.” — Gandhi, May 1940

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  93. Farm Boy says:

    Fed up with stringent coronavirus restrictions, some residents of a small county in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula are reportedly saying they “identify as fully vaccinated” amid new guidance that allows inoculated people to ditch masks in public.

    https://www.conservativereview.com/michigan-residents-tired-of-lockdown-mandates-say-they-identify-as-fully-vaccinated-ditch-masks-2653092076.html

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  94. Farm Boy says:

    Half of U.S. adults are now fully vaccinated, CDC says

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/covid-19-vaccine-half-american-adults/

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  95. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    Scott,mel gibson&rollo fight for justice,honor,bibical truth&the true redpill manosphere way!Were legendary in full color heroes to all the younger kids!

    [Yes, rather colorful I am]

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  96. Maniac says:

    “A leading Black Lives Matter activist in the UK was shot in the head by a gang of four black men, authorities have revealed.”

    What was that famous catchphrase by the bully from “The Simpsons”?

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  97. cameron232 says:

    “Half of U.S. adults are now fully vaccinated, CDC says”

    Disproportionately blue-staters and leftists. They’re all going to die within 2 years. All part of our evil plan to Make America Great Again. Hoo-hah-hah-hah-hah-haaaaahhhhh!!!!!

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  98. Liz says:

    They’re all going to die within 2 years. All part of our evil plan to Make America Great Again. Hoo-hah-hah-hah-hah-haaaaahhhhh!!!!!

    Insert that song KH posted earlier “Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want”
    😆

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  99. [Plague of virtue we have]

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  100. Quality meme-ing this:

    [“Quality meeming this is” say you should]

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  101. Farm Boy says:

    ‘My body, my choice!’: Hundreds of NJ students rally against Rutgers’ COVID vaccine mandate

    https://www.thecollegefix.com/my-body-my-choice-hundreds-of-nj-students-rally-against-rutgers-covid-vaccine-mandate/

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  102. Farm Boy says:

    WH: Biden Will Rely On ‘International Bodies’ To Investigate COVID’s Origins

    In other words, nothing.

    https://www.weaselzippers.us/469762-wh-biden-will-rely-on-international-bodies-to-investigate-covids-origins/

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  103. Farm Boy says:

    So Sullivan is thrilled her supervisor shares her chromosomes. More girl power to them. But there’s a disturbing passage that stands out in her panegyric to the Swamp Post newsroom becoming an Amazonian outpost. And it reveals the paranoia that’s endemic among the upper-middle-class, i.e. loyal Post subscribers.

    Sullivan tries to bring in a more critical assessment of her new girl boss:

    A longtime Post subscriber in Virginia, one of my regular correspondents, had something to say about [Buzbee] in a recent email about the appointment: ‘Does she understand — really understand – that… the United States is on track to become functionally an authoritarian White Christian nationalist state in the very near future? And if the answer is ‘Yes,’ what is she prepared to do about it?”

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/05/cisfemale_takes_over_at_wapo_film_at_eleven.html

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  104. Farm Boy says:

    AOC says she’s in therapy because of the Capitol riot and that she effectively “served in war” that day

    https://notthebee.com/article/aoc-is-in-therapy-january-6-and-says-she-effectively-served-in-war-that-day

    [Wonder if beyond therapy she Is I do]

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  105. Farm Boy says:

    Left Explodes Over 60 Minutes Story on Young People Who Regret Transitioning

    “I can’t believe that I transitioned and detransitioned, including hormones and surgery, in the course of, like, less than one year. It’s completely crazy.”

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2021/05/left-explodes-over-60-minutes-story-on-young-people-who-regret-transitioning/

    [Almost as for some odd reason, advocate transitioning they do]

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  106. Farm Boy says:

    The Babylon Bee Would Like To Apologize To Xi Jinping For Referring To Him As ‘President’ And Not ‘A Stuffed Honey-Loving Bear Who Lives In The Hundred Acre Wood’

    https://babylonbee.com/news/the-babylon-bee-would-like-to-apologize-to-xi-jinping-for-referring-to-him-as-president-and-not-a-stuffed-honey-loving-bear-who-lives-in-the-hundred-acre-wood

    [If wear pants you do not,
    then evil you are not?]

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  107. I heard that AOC broke her leg tripping over her own big mouth and then had to be put down. Humanely, of course.

    [Like a dog, scratch her cheek with her feet she does?]

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  108. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    AOC served in capitol riot skirmage!?I always serve highly non-chalantly&very decently&humanely like in the current Alpha-MGTOW vs.SJWS war were all apart of right HUNTER&FB?Somebody said what if there was a ultra-mega clone war involving countless GBFMS battling SJWS?It would make all da ladies faint as the GBFM army started chokeslamming&power-bombeing their way through countless SJWS!!

    [Make me happy that would]

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  109. Liz says:

    Anyone else ever watch Sharpe on BBC?
    I’m liking this show.
    It’s from the 90s, I get it with Amazon’s Brit Box.
    Same writer as the Last Kingdom. But the actor is better than the one who plays Utred son of Utred.

    [Sharpe’s Rifles with Sean Bean you mean?]

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  110. Seeing GBFM teaming up with the Hulkster and the Undertaker to repeatedly choke-slam the squad on Monday Night Raw would be epic. Have Psaki rush the ring and then get the pile-driver from GBFM..

    Liked by 5 people

  111. cameron232 says:

    The wife and I kept teasing each other when we saw the advertisements for Brit Box. “I’m getting you that for Christmas.” Usually the response was something about divorce.

    Liked by 3 people

  112. cameron232 says:

    Jackknife powerbomb – best wresting finisher ever. Used to give my little sister those – she always landed on the bed.

    Wrestling sucks now. Too many female wrestler.

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  113. Gotta stop using the “obiden” font.

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  114. b g says:

    Liz

    Both my wife and myself enjoyed Sharpe, we own disks of all of the ones in Europe including Britain…and once viewed some from India. Sadly haven’t yet found any commercial disks of the latter.

    Liked by 2 people

  115. Cheque d'Out says:

    If you like Sharpe then Hornblower is likely worth a try…

    Liked by 3 people

  116. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Wish they made more Hornblower they did I do]

    Liked by 4 people

  117. Farm Boy says:

    Breaking: Fauci is now not only admitting he funded the Wuhan lab, but defending it by saying it would have been a “dereliction of duty” if he hadn’t sent taxpayer funds to the lab!

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/394005.php

    One might suggest that he realizes that he can’t deny it any more, so it is best to get ahead of the curve with the latest narrative

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  118. Farm Boy says:

    Joe Biden’s team ended a State Department investigation into Wuhan lab

    The investigation was begun by Mike Pompeo’s allies in fall and ran until spring

    Senior State Department officials were unaware of the existence of the inquiry

    In January they asked an independent panel of scientists to evaluate findings

    A three-hour meeting was held with the panel concluding the probe was flawed

    Critics of the effort said it was overtly political and designed to burnish Trump

    Trump had long claimed that the Wuhan theory for COVID-19 was likely

    Many scientists initially disregarded the theory but are now accepting it

    Supporters of the investigation insisted it was genuine and well executed

    Biden’s team in February or March decided to end their research

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9619349/Biden-shut-effort-prove-theory-COVID-originated-Wuhan-lab-concerns-evidence.html

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  119. Farm Boy says:

    Criminals who repeatedly targeted an auto shop in Spring Lake, North Carolina by leaving racist graffiti referencing the KKK and Nazis turned out to be two African-American men after the owner caught them on camera.

    https://summit.news/2021/05/26/criminals-who-targeted-auto-shop-with-white-supremacist-graffiti-turn-out-to-be-two-black-men/

    [Demand for hate always outstrips supply it does]

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  120. Farm Boy says:

    A new investigation finds that Sweden has gone from being one of the safest European countries 20 years ago in terms of gun crime to the second most dangerous.

    https://summit.news/2021/05/26/sweden-goes-from-being-one-of-the-safest-countries-in-europe-to-the-second-most-dangerous/

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  121. All the other kids with the pumped up kicks
    You better run, better run, outrun my gun
    All the other kids with the pumped up kicks
    You better run, better run faster than my bullet…

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  122. The required raw materials seem to be in abundance though….

    Liked by 2 people

  123. Farm Boy says:

    John Cena grovels in Mandarin and declares his love for China after accidentally wading into territorial dispute by calling Taiwan a country on TV while promoting new Fast & Furious movie

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9615969/Fast-Furious-star-Cena-apologises-calling-Taiwan-country.html

    Liked by 3 people

  124. Farm Boy says:

    Woke College Students Gladly Volunteer to Donate Money to Hamas to “Wipe Israel off the map”

    https://notthebee.com/article/watch-woke-college-students-gladly-volunteer-to-donate-money-to-hamas-to-wipe-israel-off-the-map

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  125. Farm Boy says:

    Mexican politicians identified as women to get around rule that 50% of party candidates must be female

    https://notthebee.com/article/mexican-politicians-identify-as-women-to-get-around-rule-that-say-50-of-candidates-must-be-women

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  126. Farm Boy says:

    Intellectual Heavyweight

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  127. Cill says:

    Have Psaki rush the ring and then get the pile-driver from GBFM..

    And Ol’ Joe Biden could fill the role of Bobby The Brain Heenan with the IQ of a dumbed-down Andre the Giant. And Psaki gets summarily slammed by The Prof right after he clothes-lines Ol’ Cad Averous Joe …

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  128. Farm Boy says:

    And then I realised, if you’re serious about enacting a global government then you will need to create a crisis that really requires a global response.

    https://pushingrubberdownhill.com/2021/05/22/strike-3-aliens/

    [Space aliens exist not]

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  129. Farm Boy says:

    With Democrat Constituents Hunting and Beating Jews in the Streets, Democrats Are Suddenly Denying the Connection Between a “Climate of Hate” of Superheated Rhetoric and Attacks on Citizens

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/394009.php

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  130. Cill says:

    Fauci is now not only admitting he funded the Wuhan lab…

    That little runt is more slippery than a slipper

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  131. Cill says:

    Horatio Hornblower yarns were written by a bloke who understood ships and the sea. Which is a pleasant change.

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  132. horsemanbombadil says:

    One 15 second video sums up the present and future state of men and women.

    The comments are further indication.

    Not a hatred or even strong feelings in most of them.
    All the comments are a cold lack of response to what was intended to invoke emotion.
    Even hatred or anger would be a response. Instead a very basic shrug “We really, genuinely do. not. care.”

    The ‘we tried to warn you” is not an I told you so, just a plain statement of fact, we did try to warn you. Again fact delivered without emotion.

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  133. horsemanbombadil says:

    See hammerhands vid on ytube and read the comments. The complete lack of empathy or emotion is telling and chilling.

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  134. Farm Boy says:

    Team Biden is poised to hand out billions of dollars to what it misleadingly labels “socially disadvantaged” farmers, restaurateurs and other business owners hurt by the lockdowns. The money will start flowing to them in early June — provided they don’t have white skin.

    https://nypost.com/2021/05/25/bidens-overtly-anti-white-covid-rescue-plan-wont-survive-in-court/

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  135. b g says:

    Okay, I had to laugh ;-D

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  136. Farm Boy says:

    The Babylon Bee is proud to announce our very first annual “Country of the Year” award is going to the great country of Taiwan!

    After months of research and judging all the contestants, we determined that Taiwan is indeed the most country-like country of all the countries. There is no country on earth that is more of a country than Taiwan.

    Taiwan is famous for its electoral rights and civil liberties it grants to all its citizens, unlike the neighboring fake country of China, which is a lame, boring place run by a bunch of communists. Boo China. Nobody wants to go there. And their president looks like Winnie the Pooh.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/taiwan-is-the-babylon-bees-country-of-the-year-2021

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  137. Farm Boy says:

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  138. Farm Boy says:

    Well, whattaya know? You can now share articles and information questioning the origins of Covid-19 (well, specifically the one hypothesis that it was made in a lab) without getting banned on Facebook or labeled as fake news. What a blessing to humanity, that this benevolent tech giant has bestowed upon us the gracious opportunity to review information and make up our mind

    https://notthebee.com/article/facebook-in-all-its-wisdom-and-glory-will-now-allow-you-to-have-an-opinion-about-the-origins-of-covid-19-thanks-facebook

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  139. Farm Boy says:

    To be honest, I wonder why TPTB are allowing the Wuhan Lab theory to gain traction. Something is up

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  140. Farm Boy says:

    Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA): “Can we agree that if you took [Chinese] President Xi Jinping and turned him upside and shook him, the World Health Organization would fall out of his pocket?”

    Dr. Fauci: “I don’t think I can answer that question, sir.”

    — Breaking911 (@Breaking911) May 26, 2021

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  141. Cill says:

    Something is up

    Perhaps they know they’ll have to deal with the truth sooner or later and continuing to resist or deny will make them look even worse.

    Liked by 4 people

  142. Liz says:

    Well, Asia is home to the worst respiratory viruses on earth.
    Every year.
    This time they acted… like something potentially awful had been accidentally released.
    I said this back then.
    I’m very relieved it wasn’t worse but the tip off was there from the beginning.

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  143. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Again fact delivered without emotion”

    Is this the source of Anglo Saxon Privilege?

    At the end of the day, reality tops your fucking feelings. Have you the mettle to deal with that?

    The answer to that question either builds civilisations or destroys them

    p.s.
    The Romans and Greeks etc did pretty well too. Not just the Anglos.

    [Add this I will]

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  144. cameron232 says:

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  145. Farm Boy says:

    From Cameron232’s link

    Earlier last year, Montagnier presented a powerful case proving that SARS-CoV2 could only be a genetically engineered coronavirus, therefore the vaccine strategy should be based on that fact.

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  146. Farm Boy says:

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  147. Liz says:

    Ricky Gervais is spot on in that video.
    But there’s more!
    After a series of people call to say they “don’t want guitar lessons” hundreds of others are inspired to post about how many people don’t want guitar lessons, why so many people don’t want guitar lessons, what does this say about the future of music….(ad nauseam ect).

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  148. Now trending on NRO, “The Conservative Case Against Guitar Lessons”.

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