Racism against White Males: As you Reap, so shall you Sow

There’s a reason for the avalanche of pathological hatred against the white man. Someone set up the conditions whereby the pathology would germinate and grow. Someone generated the mob of sick minds who hate him so.

Who is this “someone” then? Is it the Woke, the Feminists, the Communists, the educators, the modern MSM, big tech, the swamp? No, all of the above are the generated. The question is, who is the generator?

The answer is:  the generator is the white man himself. He created a more comfortable environment and easier living and an unprecedented survival rate. His progress in dealing with major scourges such as malaria are just one aspect of his unparalleled success. All of humanity has benefited from his achievements and he has gone to great pains to ensure it.

But there’s a downside. The white man created a state of ease and an increased likelihood of the recessive allele of insanity being “unmasked” or expressed. With freedom and equality came a milieu more permissive of negative traits (they say genes and environment cause every human trait).

To his cost, the white man is now discovering that the great inspiring dream of freedom and equality is a two-edged sword. Freedom and equality seem only to empower the enemies of freedom and equality, who, we now realize, are all around us. Perhaps this current madness has proved the dream to be an unattainable ideal.

Perhaps the white man will never be allowed to stop apologising for following that dream. Perhaps those he expected to be his closest partners in the pursuit of that dream were inherently bound to obstruct him. It certainly looks that way.

I guess the following statement is an exit question of sorts (first placed in front of us by Farm Boy in an earlier post):

Posted in Cill, Politics, Trainwreck, WTH
139 comments on “Racism against White Males: As you Reap, so shall you Sow
  1. Farm Boy says:

    I was going to use that tweet in a future post. I think I still will.

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    All of this BS is a luxury item. Can we still afford it?

    Liked by 2 people

  3. horsemanbombadil says:

    1. Terminate a group of employees you cannot easily replace and need on a daily basis?

    2. Employee has gone a full year with highest possible exposure not getting sick therefore PPE works

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  4. horsemanbombadil says:

    Hypothosis: Logically providing safety and ease means people Should self actualize, pursue higher ideals.

    Experiment: allow huge groups to be cared for without the need to expend effort

    Observation: where are all the great plays, novels, inventions, businesses that would be created if only people were released from danger and toil? A few from doers but not in any great numbers.

    Result: people when allowed will follow their emotional base pursuits of temporary pleasure, self focus, sloth.

    Scientific method proves Cills OP and that socialism cannot provide enough doers to be self sustaining.

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  5. horsemanbombadil says:

    White men will stop this in one of two ways.

    Galt style withdrawl of their abilities or violent uprising.

    Logically withdrawl achieves the end without risk to the white man as they stay safe in their productive enclaves.

    Oh wait….its called white flight.

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  6. Deep down, women and minorities want white men to be strong, take charge and maintain the abundant civilization that attracted them.
    If making more allowances for everyone has only led to increased grievance against us, being firmer may lead instead to greater respect and appreciation.

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  7. Farm Boy says:

    So it is all a shit test…

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  8. horsemanbombadil says:

    Actually there are many reasons why the hoped for uprising will Not happen in favor of a withdrawl.

    1. Most capable white men are rural. They are capable because rural living requires it.

    2 Any defence or uprising will be rural. The homes they are defending are rural. Many espouse fighting for an ideal but the average man fights to defend his home. Those are not city homes.

    3. To uprise means fighting offensively, for an idea rather than direct CURRENT threat to your home and family. Even if that ideal is that your family may, in the future, be threatened.

    4. To fight for an idea means incentive. The incentive must be something he cannot provide by his own hand. If I can defend my family from a real threat why should I fight for the espoused potential threat?

    5. All fight requires risk of injury or death. Personal injury or death. The incentive must be worth his life.

    6. The enemy must be worthy. Not in honorable but as in a credible equal opponent as skilled as himself whose offense can beat his defense otherwise it is no threat.

    So given that capable, rural, men can defend their homes what incentive is there for them to fight for a cause against city dwelling thugs or central politicians when withdrawal or disobedience serves the same purpose. What is the incentive to not enjoy the decline and let it (not his) all burn?

    Oh the cities will burn. Absolutely.
    But Minnesota is largely rural, largely white outside the cities. Where were the white men flooding to defend the Minneapolis? Who defended Seattle or Portland? Why did it burn for months??

    Why has Detroit never been rebuilt in the decades since the riots? Watts?

    Because it is not in white man’s interests to risk himself for those causes?

    So what will? Freedom? America? The Constitution?

    Freedom he makes for himself in his county. His America is local. The Constitution he upholds in his heart, his community.

    The fence sitters, the suburbans assume “someone will save us.” The inner city thugs think the whites are out to destroy them. In both cases the white capable men don’t think about you at all and don’t want to take or save anything you have.

    Oh there is a threat. A large chance of uprising. But it is not in the white community nor will they be part of it.

    At best they will get out the popcorn.

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  9. horsemanbombadil says:


    “Deep down, women and minorities want white men to be strong, take charge and maintain the abundant civilization that attracted them.”

    Problem is there is zero reason for white men to protect uncivilized areas that actively ejected them. Why do we fight over middle east but let all of africa burn for decades? Because the oil is something white wants.

    What does white guy want in downtown Cleveland or Brooklyn??

    Yes it is a shit test but it is being given by a butt ugly woman with attitude.

    Women forget they are competing with most of all “nothing” as in no woman.

    Minorities are asking to be saved from conflict among non whites over worthless land that they themselves salted.


  10. horsemanbombadil says:

    Give me, ton, mike, cill the other combat vets here any good reason we would fight outside our home towns in any action?

    Locally I will fight dirty, attack from the shadows and not even blink or hesitate to protect my family and friends. But the major city a hundred miles from me? Fight your own fight.


  11. horsemanbombadil says:

    Oh speaking of withdrawl

    Remember Whitaker threatening and taking Enbridge to court to shut Enbridge 5 that provides 1\3 the propane and gas to the east coast?

    TC Energy based in Calgary just formally stopped Keystone XL. Permanently. Forever as unviable last monday.

    Enbridge on wednesday sold their propane business in Quebec, that is solely fed by Enbridge 5, for 1.2 billion.

    Looks like the business world in Canada is saying energy exports to or thru U.S. is not fiscally viable.

    I would say the greens are getting what they want, no dirty Canadian fuel to the U.S.

    Hope new york apartments have chimneys and fireplaces.

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  12. horsemanbombadil says:


    “If making more allowances for everyone has only led to increased grievance against us, being firmer may lead instead to greater respect and appreciation.”

    Respectfully no it won’t.

    Only if we were protecting them from a worse threat.


  13. horsemanbombadil says:

    The equivalent is being asked to be a firm father to the baby mammas offspring from the thug so they can escape poverty and violence in the ghetto they chose to live in.



  14. Cill says:

    Nikolai and Horsemen.

    Thanks for your thoughts.

    I am being firm in a realistic way, I think. My top priority is my children and I’ll do my best for them. This includes keeping their mother alive and well. She knows this.

    Right now the woke within my country (NZ) are more of a threat than any foreign power. My immediate priority is to protect my kids from the dumbing-down and corruption of character that come from woke influence.

    My woman and I have set things up so our kids are being well-informed before they will be exposed to the direct influence of the Woke, and we’ll continue to guide and be watchful after the direct exposure commences.

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  15. A few disgruntled employees who don’t want experimental drugs injected into them unnecessarily and with zero legal recourse if things go sideways…

    Never trust a hospital admin to tell the truth about ANYTHING.

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  16. https://newsroom.heart.org/news/cdc-investigating-rare-myocarditis-in-teens-young-adults-covid-19-vaccine-still-advised-for-all-who-are-eligible

    DALLAS, Saturday, June 12, 2021 – On Thursday, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) alerted health care professionals that the COVID-19 Vaccine Safety Technical Work Group (VaST) of the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) is meeting next Friday, June 18, to review cases of myocarditis, a rare but serious inflammation of the heart, reported in adolescents and young adults after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine manufactured by Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna. The CDC is continuing to monitor VAERS and the VSD for cases of myocarditis, which may be occurring more often in males rather than females; more frequently after the second dose rather than the first dose of either the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine; and with symptoms typically appearing within 3 days of the dose of vaccine. The CDC also urges clinicians to consult with cardiologists for patients appearing with symptoms of myocarditis or a heart-related condition for additional testing and treatment.

    The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, a global force for longer, healthier lives, continues to urge all adults and children ages 12 and older in the U.S. to receive a COVID vaccine as soon as they can, as recommended by the CDC.

    “As authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and recommended by the CDC, we continue to recommend all adults and children ages 12 and older in the U.S. to receive a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as they can receive it. The CDC’s ongoing investigation into cases of suspected myocarditis reflects a strong and steadfast commitment to transparency and the importance of scientific rigor on all fronts. We applaud the CDC’s unwavering efforts to lead our nation’s scientific and public health efforts including ensuring the continued safety of the COVID-19 vaccines.

    So the AHA is applauding the CDC’s decision to review the unnaturally high occurrence of myocarditis in young adults and teens who get the vaccine, but is still recommending that young adult and teens who statistically face ~ zero critical risks from covid get vaccinated…???

    People need to know that the WHO, CDC, AHA, AMA, APA, etc. etc., etc. are NOT scientific organizations, they are POLITICAL entities dressed up in white coats.

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  17. Cill says:

    Myocarditis is one of the things discussed in detail on the video link Bloom gave us, now deleted by YouTube. The suppression of vital information makes me sick.

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  18. Cill says:

    I won’t tolerate a situation where bespectacled forelock-tuggers are allowed to dictate what information is available to me. It could seriously impare vital decisions I need to make for my children. This is the kind of thing which (to put it as euphemistically as I can) could drive me to drink.

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  19. Cill says:

    A teenage rellie guest here right now asked me, how much Baileys Irish can she drink before she’s over the limit? I asked her, is it important? “Yes”, she replied, “I don’t want to be caught for drink-driving going home.”

    She came here by boat skippered by me! (bwahahaha) which shows she was already over the limit when she asked the question (after two thimble-sized shots of Baileys). Also she came here on the understanding (between her and my woman) that she would stay here the night.

    It doesn’t take much alcohol to make women as silly as chooks. It’s amusing and charming but of course in bad company it could be very serious.
    Man us blokes have to look after our women or they are fucked.

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  20. Cill says:

    I should have explained she already knew she’ll go home by boat skippered by me as well, when the time comes. She has no other way of getting there unless she swims. Possibly I’m not making much sense here. Doesn’t matter, the perspicacious among you will get my drift.

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  21. b g says:


    My wife made honey mead, usually she used strong yeasts because she preferred a dry wine. Sometimes she added raspberries with Champagne yeast and added a little of sugar after the original mead was no longer fermenting. This produced a sparkling wine with the alcohol content approaching of a mixed drink, but that tasted somewhat like Cream Soda.

    Now my wife knew enough to drink it in a shooter glass, but some(hell almost all) drank it like it was pop. So on too many times they would get up to go to the washroom and fall flat on their bums, if I was close enough I would warn them and try to save them. But of course, one has to be very careful about where exactly a guy tries to grab a girl ;-D

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  22. Cill says:

    Sounds like my Great Grand Aunt’s peerless ginger beer b g. My GGA was a teetotaller and an examplar of strict propriety – albeit in a gracious and welcoming way – so much so that my mates used to pester me to arrange for them a place at her table. To my mates, my GGA’s ginger beer** tasted better and her company was special beyond the norm because she was a “Lady” (by which I think they meant gracious and welcoming and respectful – which she unerringly was).

    **(TBH might’ve been the superlative after-dinner Sherry and Port)

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  23. Cheque d'Out says:

    I have a recollection of advice to avoid exercise after wuflu infection, pretty sure it was about the heart. From over a year ago iirc. It shouldn’t now be news that the vaccines should be treated similarly.

    The ‘We made a mistake’ guy in the media (again iirc) said that most of the blood issues caused by the virus come down to the spike proteins. The ‘mistake’ was to base all the vaccines on the spike (by carrying the spike or the recipe for the spike).

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  24. Cheque d'Out says:

    Recent research looked for signs of clotting in the vaccinated. Both those who suffered side-effects and those that (apparently) didn’t. They used D-dimer tests which, my extensive lack of medical expertise says, indicate that clotting has been occurring. The results showed that clotting was far from the rare event claimed by ‘teh exspurts’. Many more people are likely being damaged than just those that end up in hospital. I hear, anecdotally, lots of people speaking of post-vaxx intense headaches (clots in the brain???) and/or shortness of breath (heart and/or lungs affected???).

    Yesterday I saw a tweet from a UK medical body/charidee* speaking of a surge in tics and tourettes in the young. That brain researcher**, who researched Tourettes, says that such conditions are down to brain damage down in the basal ganglia…first stop for infections coming up from the nasal cavity (lack of smell being a side effect) into the brain. All these muscle tremor cases are likely from related causes. That area of the brain is responsible for maintaining a balance in impulse control. Damage can affect that balance either way; Tourettes is a lack of ability to suppress impulses. Parkinson’s is over the top suppression (people ‘lock up’ and are unable to move)

    *obvious risk that this is just an appeal for money on wafer thin ‘evidence’. Bear that in mind

    ** Dr Kevin McCairn (PhD not MD) https://www.mccairndojo.com/the-dojo

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  25. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    What about this white male superhero known as the whirlwind of the manosphere,that goes at least 80kmh in the old empire or if your from america 50mph!?Everybody knows him as ProfessorGREATBOOKSFORMEN!!Wuflu can’t touch his legendary high testerone or vitamin d levels!!

    [Testosterone wards off the Wuflu it does]

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  26. Cheque d'Out says:

    More Evidence For SARS Linked Dementia And Billy Bostickson On Sky
    https://www.mccairndojo.com/the-dojo <– points to the latest video. May not be the one that I gave the title for. You might need to check the 'past episodes'

    He takes 2.5 hours of shit-posting and commentary on the media before getting to the meat of the show. Obviously I'm barely pissed off about that. at 2:36 he is talking about hyperkinetic vs hypokinetic conditions and a research paper that links such issues to SARS.

    NB He has said repeatedly that NOT EVERYONE WILL BE AFFECTED. He is concerned that long-covid may be a sign of those who are more vulnerable. I haven't heard him say more than 'MAY'.

    Bear this in mind, we're seeing increasing research into what CAN happen, not what WILL happen. Panic is both unnecessary and unhelpful. But forewarned is forearmed.

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  27. Cheque d'Out says:

    Obvious advice is obvious

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  28. Cheque d'Out says:

    In other news

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  29. Cheque d'Out says:

    Brillo’s GB News launched last evening. I’ve not seen it but according to trusted reviewers, it does seem to be a big breath of fresh air but with continued whiff of TDS bullshit at times.

    This guy gets particularly good reviews

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  30. Sharkly says:

    I turned one of TheDeti’s comments into a post again:


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  31. Liz says:

    Just read this one:
    Here is your joke of the day.

    Your mama so ugly the whole world faked a virus so she would wear a mask.


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  32. Someone’s got a bad case of “the Mondays”.


    [Didn’t stop before pulling out he did]

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  33. Liz says:

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  34. Liz says:

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  35. So a fed-judge ruled against the Houston nurses who refuse to get the vaccine. Hmmm, someone completely unqualified making a ruling for which they can’t be held accountable for in anyway…

    Sounds like government alright.

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  36. Maniac says:

    Anti-White racism is fueled by the one thing that fuels the Left the most: envy. Envy of beauty (fat acceptance), envy of the male drive (Feminism), and envy of the rich (Socialism).

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  37. https://davidthompson.typepad.com/davidthompson/2021/06/youre-a-monster-just-admit-it.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Davidthompson+%28davidthompson%29

    And therefore, obviously, really, really bad. The goal, then, for all chubby-and-enlightened people, is to “abolish capitalism and settler colonial states like the US,” along with “abolishing prisons and police,” and dismantling the “fatphobic logic of productivity, discipline, and personal responsibility.” One can only hope that this revolutionary project doesn’t involve stairs or significant exertion.

    Weird, because abolishing “productivity, logic and personal discipline” will ABSOLUTELY abolish the existence of fat people. Well, them first (as fat people), then everyone altogether.

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  38. Cill says:

    Spawny me old Empire, thanks for the links. Much appreciated.

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  39. Farm Boy says:

    The new head of Greater Manchester Police says the British public are sick of “virtue signalling” officers who take a knee and would rather see them concentrate on catching criminals.


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  40. Farm Boy says:

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  41. Farm Boy says:

    ‘Free college programs discourage American parents from making smart financial decisions.’

    ‘Such proposals universally ignore the awful effects that government handouts always create ― effects that always hurt fiscally responsible American families the most.’


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  42. Farm Boy says:

    Dems Shocked, Disappointed To Learn The New Israeli Prime Minister Will Still Be A Jew


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  43. Karen proudly stands with (but behind) Taquissha and Lupita at a “Sex Workers Fight For 15” rally.

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  44. Liz says:

    Houston nurses need to talk to the delta pilot union lawyers. FDA’s own legislation says emergency authorized vaccines cannot be obligatory nor coerced.

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  45. Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

    The Huston judge is, according to Barnes, the most overturned judge in the system. It won’t last because it’s clearly against the authorization and other laws.

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  46. https://www.wsj.com/articles/forget-going-back-to-the-officepeople-are-just-quitting-instead-11623576602#comments_sector

    Mostly paywalled, but somehow I got to read it all.

    Melanie Chavez recently started a job that calls on her networking skills and her passion for diversity and inclusion. ‘I really feel like I’m going to shine.’

    You know what her shiny job is? It’s finding minorities “executives” to fill corporate diversity quotas. Black and brown faces to sit at uncluttered desks and send memos to no one is particular and push buttons not wired to anything purposeful.

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  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    I got an interesting letter some days ago. I had been wondering why I hadn’t been extensively chased over getting the first stab. Other people have had repeated phone calls, texts and emails…not me. Not one follow up to the original ‘offer’ that said an appointment had kindly been made for me… Go here at this time.
    *sad face*
    I told the local doctor that I wasn’t going to get it and that the appointment should be cancelled.

    Anyway, back to the recent letter. It said that as it’s been 12 weeks since my first dose, I should now book my second. I suppose they’re right. I had no reaction to the first jab, so why not get the second?

    As you may gather, this places me in a tricky situation; How can I get my second jab when I never got the first?

    I now have a lovely official letter saying that I got the first, should it become beneficial to shut down a Karen. Which is nice. No vaxx card though. I imagine that I lost it.

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  48. Book your second and don’t go. Wait until you get the second letter saying you got the jab then take it in and demand your vaxx card. And be REAL huffy about it.

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  49. Cheque d'Out says:

    I think that the sheeple are so taken with the vaccine that they’ll be more than willing to believe that I did get the vaxx but lost the card. I mean, why would one not joyfully get stabbed with the Totally Safe And Effective Vaccine(tm)?

    I’m a little concerned that if I demand a card they’ll have understandable problems identifying the batch number to put on it…even the stupidity of rNHS has its limits (allegedly).

    I think that I’ll settle for showing the official letter and claiming that either I got the second or that I had such a bad reaction to the first, that I regretfully had to miss the second. I’ll be extra keen for the boosters though…obviously.

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  50. I’ve found “OU182” to be a credible batch number, when used responsibly and for medical purposes only, of course.

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  51. Really though, many people have been posting pictures of their documentation online including things like batch numbers…

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  52. Cheque d'Out says:

    OU182 noted. But you’re likely right about online images


  53. Cheque d'Out says:

    Behold the modern Sherlock Holmes

    No shit, mate. No shit.

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  54. Cheque d'Out says:

    man wins 9 million dollars from wife for being a cheating thot rocket 🤸‍♀️🚀 (a win for men)

    I like this guy’s material

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  55. If I have > 9 million dollars, I’m pretty sure I could get something younger, hotter and tighter than a 33 yo married mother of at least one.

    I wonder if there are any government grants I can apply for to test my hypothesis?

    Oh crap, just remembered, I’m white. No gubmint money fo me.

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  56. Cheque d'Out says:


    [Liz and Tarn lead the way they do]

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  57. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh dear

    I may have passed on reviews too soon

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  58. Cheque d'Out says:

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  59. Cheque d'Out says:

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  60. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh dear

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  61. Cheque d'Out says:

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  62. Farm Boy says:

    The man who will go toe to toe with Putin

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  63. Farm Boy says:

    Not coincidentally, this same American Left, or as Mark Levin more accurately labels them, American Marxists, have declared that there is a path toward national redemption and a mechanism to forever erase the stain of “white privilege” and “systemic racism.” It is for the American Marxists (almost entirely populated by members of the white race) to assume the reins of power in perpetuity and transform the nation into a one-party secular socialist paradise. Their permanent ascendancy to the top of the governing pyramid would be the only means for those members of the White race that are not part of the enlightened and ruling left to be granted absolution.



  64. Farm Boy says:

    Original agitprop






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  65. Farm Boy says:

    Hamas Killed 160 Palestinian Children to Build Tunnels

    Militant group used child labor to construct underground network in Gaza


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  66. Farm Boy says:

    Novavax might give America its fourth COVID-19 vaccine after a trial showed it is 90.4% overall efficient.



  67. Cill says:

    Spawny 8:13 pm Man wins $9M from wife’s lover.

    He’s lucky to be rid of her. A marriage to her is not worth $9M. More like $9M below zero. He’s an idiot for marrying her in the first place and the lover is another idiot for shacking up with such a liability. She’s $9M worth of trouble.

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  68. Gunner Q says:

    “Book your second and don’t go. Wait until you get the second letter saying you got the jab then take it in and demand your vaxx card. And be REAL huffy about it.”

    Too much work.

    “Yo my SJW neighbor, have you been vaxxed?”

    “I am so glad you asked! Here’s my vaccine card! Notice that I have had BOTH shots and am FULLY vaccinated! I LOVE SCIENCE!”

    “Yoink!” *shove* *bus*

    By xir’s standards, there’s nothing wrong about that thought experiment.

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  69. Choicy says:

    “I’ve found “OU182” to be a credible batch number”
    As long as it doesn’t go viral mate

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  70. Choicy says:

    Gidday Cillo. My mug shot is missing up top where it says Recent Comments mate. I can see Gunner Q on Racism against White Males: As you Reap, so shall you Sow. I was later than GunnerQ. Am I too ugly or is my mug shot been cancelled by wordpress mate?


  71. Choicy says:

    Thanks for fixing it.


  72. Cill says:

    It fixed itself Choicy. It’s good to see your corker of a hat on ss again mate.

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  73. Choicy says:

    It’s a corker of a post Cillo. The left wing dills are as mad as a gumtree full of galahs. My opinion doesn’t count because I’m a white male mate.

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  74. Farm Boy says:









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  75. Farm Boy says:

    Later this week, the state is expected to announce details of electronic versions of COVID-19 vaccine cards, Newsom said at a news conference in San Francisco.



  76. Cheque d'Out says:

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  77. @Choicy

    “As long as it doesn’t go viral.”

    I want to both cheer and groan.

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  78. When Princess Nuts-Nuts met President Grope-n-Sniff.

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  79. Farm Boy says:

    There needs to be a big comeuppance for Big Tech. Due to their censorship, writers like myself have lost revenue for covering things we now know to be true. They continue to censor information that could be vital to the health and well-being of Americans and people around the world. At what point will they be held accountable for their politicized censorship of scientific information over the last 18 months?

    Censorship during the pandemic is the best argument ever for breaking up Facebook, YouTube, Google, and Twitter. The silencing of well-researched articles that contain data and scientific information has been unreal.


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  80. Farm Boy says:

    OSU students furious after university reports Black-on-White ‘hate crime’

    Hundreds of students protested and took to social media to decry Ohio State’s actions.



  81. Farm Boy says:

    BBC Journalist Chased, Confronted by Anti-Lockdown Protesters



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  82. Farm Boy says:

    Another Canadian pastor was arrested after a police helicopter found his church’s new secret location. He was hauled off to jail in front of his family.



  83. Farm Boy says:

    Biden’s $4 billion plan to give farmers loan forgiveness based on skin color just got shut down by a federal judge


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  84. Farm Boy says:

    Happy Day Off: New Jersey School District Erases Holiday Names From Calendar

    People didn’t like renaming Columbus day so the school board went all out. Happy Off Day, everyone!


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  85. Cheque d'Out says:

    Boris Johnson Announces HISTORIC Deal (with the Aussies)

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  86. Cill says:

    I’ve done another draft.

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  87. I’m curious as well.

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  88. Cill says:

    FB, KH, Prof, sorry for deleting a comment you had done me the courtesy of reading, but I had intended it as a draft post.

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  89. Cill says:

    Putin: Who ordered the assassination of the woman who walked into the Congress and was shot and killed by a policeman?

    Did he really say that? Bloody good tactical move against Biden’s faux USA. I almost find myself saying “Good old Vladimir” but that would be going too far.

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  90. Yeah, “Good old Vlad” might be a bit much, but the thing is, I don’t think Vlad hates me, whereas I do think Gropey Joe hates me.

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  91. Cill says:

    Kamala hates you (and me) more, and for good reason. If we met her she would feel obliged to take a knee to us, for starters.

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  92. This is odd. The f b eye office being boarded up was confirmed on video by Richard Citizen Journalist on tele gram.

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  93. @ Richard p from a few posts back, I still don’t think any can argue they “didn’t know how bad” gain of function research could be.I am not even a scientist or medical expert, and I see how ridiculously dangerous that is. Not to mention funding it be done in CHINA for God’s sake. I really don’t care if they “intended harm” the reality is they caused it. In a huge way. There needs to be accountability and consequences. Simple as. And all such research should be stopped worldwide immediately and anything they have created destroyed.

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  94. I wonder how many Muslim church leaders have been arrested in Canada? I would bet money the answer is zero.

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  95. The pj media post above has already been taken down! Ironic.

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  96. Farm Boy says:

    Hungary’s National Assembly has passed a law that bans showing children under the age of 18 material related to homosexuality or transgenderism in education, on television, movies or in advertisements.


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  97. Farm Boy says:

    Senior MP Jacob Rees-Mogg defended England fans who booed players ‘taking a knee’, asserting that the response is a backlash against “wokeness” and not an expression of racism.


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  98. Farm Boy says:

    COLUMBUS, GA. (AP) — A 39-year-old man accused of shooting and wounding five people in Alabama and Georgia told police his assaults were racially motivated, and he was targeting white men, a detective testified Monday.


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  99. Farm Boy says:

    Media Panics Over Mounting Opposition to Critical Race Theory

    The best evidence that the resistance to CRT is gaining and posing a threat to Democrats is that the mainstream media is trying to marginalize and demonize the movement the way it attacked the Tea Party


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  100. Farm Boy says:

    Fox 26 reporter Ivory Hecker was suspended today, after announcing live on-air that she had decided to come to Project Veritas for what she described as pure “corruption” at the Houston affiliate — She said the station’s actions are an affront to real journalism and claimed leadership prioritizes corporate interests over the viewer.



  101. RichardP says:

    @rpg said: @ Richard p from a few posts back, I still don’t think any can argue they “didn’t know how bad” gain of function research could be.

    That was not my point.

    Assume as a scientist you have been messing with mother nature by taking genetic material from one organism and inserting into the genetic material of a different organism. Then release that altered organism into the world population at large.

    The one thing we do know for certain is that pathogens mutate. What we do not know very well is what path those mutations will take. If you can’t know what mutated form your just-released organism will be in six months or a year, then you cannot create a defense against it now. You can make an informed guess. But you cannot know for certain. This is the point I was making.

    If you cannot know what form that pathogen will be down the road, and so cannot be certain of what defense will work down the road, then air-gaps become your friend. If you don’t know what defense will guard you against the pathogen, then not coming into contact with it becomes the go-to solution. For that reason, I am willing to cut honest politicians some slack over their honest efforts to create that air gap. I am not willing to cut slack for politicians who are taking advantage of the uncertainty to advance personal agendas that have little to nothing to do with protecting their citizens from the pathogen.

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  103. Farm Boy says:

    Hunter Biden is out being sketchy again…

    President Biden’s scandal-laced son is now working as a full-time artist, laying low, living in an unknown location in L.A., and is about to sell his artwork for up to half a million bucks apiece.



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  105. Farm Boy says:

    Cuomo’s directive to send elderly people with COVID-19 into nursing homes led to a spike in deaths, reports the non-profit Empire Center for Public Policy. The report tied “several hundred and possibly more than 1,000” fatalities to the decision, which was ordered on March 25, 2020 and rescinded less than two months later on May 10th.



  106. Let’s play with viruses, they said. It will be fun, they said… 🦠

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  107. Every one of those labs need to be blown into a billion but by a “made in the USA”homeland security whatever TODAY! 🤬🤬🤬

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  108. @RichardP perhaps there was more to the air gaps thing than explained but it’s not March 2020 anymore, despite how my Governor is approaching things.

    And why the suppression of info on early treatment anti malarial that could have saved lives and prevented shutdowns? I know it wasn’t “proven 100%” at that time, but the risk vs harm of not trying these low cost widely available safe medications seems like a huge fail. The info was out there. It was deliberately squashed. Some (blue) states even banned the prescribing. Still is in many cases. It’s like maybe they wanted it to be bad? Wanted shocking death tolls. Why? (Ebul!)

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  109. Why almost zero scientific interest in how a PARASITE medication is seeming to work on a VIRUS? That would seem like something science should be excited about, right? No. 🦗🦗🦗

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  110. More fun, so it looks like the feds may have been behind the storming the capital optics to try and frame patriots. How convienent! Gah. Shady 💩

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  111. If it’s all so, I hope every last person involved answers for what they have done. They will to God, in the very least, for sure.

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  112. RichardP says:

    @bloom – so far as what I have read from you (admitting that I probably haven’t read everything), I don’t disagree with anything you have said. However, I am puzzled by some things you say – because they seem to indicate an attitude of the sort that was then, this is now – as though things are over with and we can get back to normal. Your statement … it’s not March 2020 anymore … is a case in point.

    My comments with regard to this subject have been focused on this following point: we have never had the entire world subjected to a virus that was intentionally altered by man. That is, we have no previous experience with this. Therefore, I think it is foolish to think that we can say with any degree of certainty that things are over. This is no longer March 2020, but Boris Johnson just extended England’s shut-down for another month – because of the appearance of a C19 mutant. Which raises a valid question: will the mutations at some point change the virus enough that the current vaccines no longer work against them – and, if so, how soon will that happen? And we have what Liz reported the other day about the fellow who failed his physical because they discovered small blood clots all over in his lungs (discovered only because of the rigorousness of the physical exam). What will be the short-term / long-term effects of these previously-undetected blood clots on all of those who don’t know that they have them?

    Those are only two examples out of many that we could point to that convince me that we don’t yet know how this is going to end. So I am still willing to cut the honest politicians some slack as they struggle with how to keep their citizens safe in a world where we do not know where this all leads to.


  113. @RichardP, I get that and yet… they let the damn cat out of the bag. We cannot live like this indefinitely. Containing it now is near impossible. And so then…

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  114. Cheque d'Out says:

    Bloom, might be worth joining the discord server on mccairndojo.com. I’m not on there myself but Kevin McCairn talks sense on scientific research papers. Many are pre-prints of cutting edge research. Lot of good, based people in the community. It’s all free, no merch.

    He’s recently been warming to ivermectin as the research comes in. He was noncommittal before.

    He’ll answer emails and comments.

    His sense of humour often drives me nuts (skip over those bits of the videos) but he’s very good on the science and related explanations.

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  115. Cheque d'Out says:

    He’s been predicting much of the brain and CNS stuff for getting on for eighteen months. He used to do related research on monkeys. Running a lab for brain research in South Korea.

    Also recommended is youtuber JC on a bike. Recommended by Kevin and by me. Another serious academic.

    I hope that your boyfriend has been helpful regarding mood and state of mind. Feel free to email if you so wish. Ame has the address. Don’t use the no longer monitored tutanota address that I use here.


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  117. RichardP says:

    We cannot live like this indefinitely.

    Consider how folks lived before the invention of antibiotics and antifungals and vaccines. We may not want to live like this indefinitely. But history shows us that we’ve done it before, so we can probably do it again. Life was different a thousand years ago, but it was still life. And babies got made. And some of them grew up and reproduced more babies, and so on, up until today. That likely will continue into the future. Somewhere. Probably those countries not as advanced technologicallyas the U.S. will have a better time of it. They still know how to make tools and stuff. I’ve not yet met the computer app that can turn the sod as well as a metal blade can. And that metal blade will probably work better hooked up to a horse long-term than to a Tesla.

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  118. @RichardP,

    where I live there very much still are people farming and growing their own food and who have these skills, tools, and knowledge although they are aging. Young homestead farmers are jumping into the game.

    Less than 100 years ago my grandparents lived without electricity or running water. They bought very little except what they could not grow themselves. (Sugar, coffee, peanut butter.) it’s very doable, even without a horse, but as my grandmother used to say, “during the depression we may not have had money but we did have good. People today don’t even know how to grow a tomato.” She used to really fret over that.

    It can be done. It is t easy. People should be practicing those skills now. Figuring it out before their life depends on it. If it never does? Great! New hobby.

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  119. Agreed also re a Tesla. I am now against any car that can be reportedly hacked to drive itself.


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