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True But Forbidden 37: Red Zones in the Dark Continent– The 2 Most Important Graphs In the World

“We have a moral obligation to admit the world’s poor, they tell us, even if it makes our own country poorer, and dirtier, and more divided. Immigration is a form of atonement. Previous leaders of our country committed sins ― we must pay for those sins by welcoming an endless chain of migrant caravans. That’s the argument they make.” –Tucker Carlson

All those upper-middle-class professionals who edit the nation’s most prominent publications permit only one narrative when it comes to the toiling masses. Their lives are nasty, brutish, and short, and must always be portrayed as such. To publish a story about a person who enjoys working at Wal-Mart or Starbucks or Georgia Pacific or Amazon is considered tantamount to white-washing the horrific crimes (whatever those may be) of oligarchs such as the Walton family, Howard Schultz, the Koch brothers, or Bezos.

When a state or city cannot borrow money then all of those pork-barrel projects disappear. No more 27 people paving a hundred meters of street. No more Americorps. No more artist-in-residence. No more old hippies getting paid to read to kiddies at the library. No more cops working second and third shift; you will have to file your own crime reports on-line. No more free stuff.

Ever notice that it’s the highest-paid people on TV who are the most determined to convince you white supremacy is America’s biggest problem? Why is that? Simple: Every minute you spend angry about race is a minute you’re not thinking about class — which, of course, is the real divide in this country. Working-class people of all colors have a lot more in common with each other than they do with some overpaid MSNBC anchor. If you were allowed to think about that long enough, you might start to get unauthorized ideas about economics. That would be disruptive to a very lucrative status quo. So they whip you into a frenzy of racial fear so that it never enters your mind. It’s a diversion. Everyone else hates each other. They get to keep their money. Pretty tricky. Unfortunately, it’s destroying the country. This is the path to civil war.

Weaponsman conservatively estimated the number of guns in the U.S. in private hands, using actual data (with numerous blank spots) at a solid 600,000,000 guns. Not 200M. Not 300M. And every owner probably has 25-1000 (or more) rounds of ammunition per piece, which puts rounds of ammunition available in the stratosphere. The people who think they’re going to ban guns, and follow through on that cunning plan, are going to get a headache that will make the Irish Troubles look like a church picnic egg toss.

The diesel generator behind the electric car charging point   It’s becoming a joke all around the world — the EVs in Australia powered by dirty diesel. But what’s the difference? Most EV’s in Australia are running on fossil fuel,  the generators are just hidden behind longer extension cords. (Ones that carry 240,000V). EV’s on our grid are running on 80% fossil fuels every day.

Not wealth or luxury or long life or happiness: only power, pure power. What pure power means you will understand presently. We are different from all the oligarchies of the past, in that we know what we are doing. All the others, even those who resembled ourselves, were cowards and hypocrites. The German Nazis and the Russian Communists came very close to us in their methods, but they never had the courage to recognize their own motives. They pretended, perhaps they even believed, that they had seized power unwillingly and for a limited time, and that just round the corner there lay a paradise where human beings would be free and equal. We are not like that. We know that no one ever seizes power with the intention of relinquishing it. Power is not a means; it is an end. One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship. The object of persecution is persecution. The object of torture is torture. The object of power is power.” — Orwell 1984

The consensus seems to be that Epstein’s death… – The New Neo Think about it. By his own standards he’d had many decades of an exciting ride, full of money and famous people and the ability to fulfill his kinky sexual proclivities. But his fun life as he knew it was over. He was facing the prospect of being locked up for his remaining years, after a trial that exposed his worst deeds and also probably was going to feature a lot of lies about him too, from pilers-on. He is a figure of enormous revulsion from most of the world. He’s 66 years old. He has neither wife nor children.

Why would the man I just described not want to kill himself? What does he have to live for? And where there’s a will, there’s generally a way.

Such a Disgrace: How Ethan Strimling Betrayed the People of Portland Summer in Maine — Quebecois in speedos, “Massholes” going back to their summer houses, crowded beaches…and hundreds of African migrants bussed in from San Antonio, Texas? In surely one of the most peculiar quirks of modern mass migration, these Angolans and Congolese had taken the circuitous route from central Africa to Brazil to Ecuador to Mexico to San Antonio, Texas and finally Portland, Maine. This amounts to a bare minimum of 11,264 miles traveled “as the crow flies,” and as much of the route was by land, it was surely much more. As ostensible refugees, this naturally begs a couple of questions, namely: how can they afford to travel such distances with no income and just the clothes on their backs? How are they able to plan such a logistically-demanding trip? Why do they have international media and legal contacts?

Don Surber: Abortion eventually will divide America into states that kill babies, and those that don’t, just like it was before Roe v. Wade.

EXCLUSIVE: SD Board of Regents passes substantial free speech protections “The ideas of different members of the institutions’ community will often and quite naturally conflict, and some individuals’ ideas will even conflict with the institutions’ values and principles,” the policy reads. “But it is not the proper role of the Board or the institutions to attempt to shield individuals from viewpoints they find unwelcome, disagreeable, or even deeply offensive.”

With 19 Bodies Hanging From Bridges, Mexico Has No Place To Talk Maybe, if Mexico wants its citizens protected from racially-motivated attacks in the United States, then maybe do more to keep people from crossing the border on their end.

There’s nothing crazy about the Epstein conspiracy theory. In fact, it’s banal. But the banal truth must be suppressed at all costs. What would happen if people started asking questions about their ruling class? People might start to wonder whether they are not ruled by their betters, that the liberal “elites” who occupy our most powerful institutions are not only incompetent but downright evil. We can’t have that, can we?

Why Does The World’s Most Expensive Steak Cost $3,200? What makes this steak especially remarkable is the fact that it is tender while being very low in fat. According to the sixth-generation owner of the historical butchery, this “feminine and silky meat” pairs well with wines such as Côte Rôtie de chez Jamet (red), Meursault and Saint-Aubin Premier Cru (white). As for side dishes, go for pasta, truffles, potato gratin, ratatouille, mashed potatoes or French fries.

New Law Requires All Cutting Implements To Be Replaced With Paper Knives “Yes, the paper knives will be almost entirely useless and you’ll have to use, like, 300 of them to even make a dent in a piece of chicken, but this makes it look like we’re doing something,” said California Governor Gavin Newsom. “And if we don’t do anything, people will start to wonder why they even need a government. Once word begins to leak out that you didn’t do something about a non-existent crisis, people begin to disobey you, and then it’s work, work, work all the time.”

Mass Killing: Kyoto Animation arson attack The Kyoto Animation arson attack (Japanese: 京都アニメーション放火事件 Hepburn: Kyōto Animēshon hōka jiken) occurred at Kyoto Animation’s Studio 1 building in the Fushimi ward of Kyoto, Japan, on the morning of 18 July 2019. The arson killed at least 35 people, injured an additional 33, and destroyed most of the materials and computers in Studio 1. It is one of the deadliest massacres in Japan since the end of World War II and the deadliest building fire in Japan since the 2001 Myojo 56 building fire.

They Hate Us…Maybe We Should Start Accepting That And Respond Accordingly It is now accepted in polite company to express this hatred and disgust for half the country. What shocks them to the core is when our president doesn’t just meekly accept the vile and vicious and contemptuous prattle, and responds with forceful condemnations of the people who spout this hatred. Make no mistake; this is not just political disagreement. This is a fundamental dislike and rejection of the culture, ethics, beliefs and morality of half of America. They Will Still Hate You Even If You Disarm.

The ‘Chick-fil-A effect’ boosting targets of Dem harassment of Trump donors I propose that we call this blowback the “Chick-fil-A effect” in honor of the incredible success the fast food chain has continued to enjoy ever since homosexual activists announced their ire over the chain’s founder’s donations to groups opposing same sex marriage. It continues to thrive, and was just revealed as America’s favorite fast food chain in a market survey released just over a week ago. When Chick-fil-A opened a restaurant in deep blue Manhattan, the lines were out the door.

Contemporary “culture” is an open sewer. Beyond the tribal mating rituals and shouting buffoonery that passes for music and the proliferation of racially-ambiguous queer “superheroes,” we have witnessed the normalization of all that was once taboo. Major presidential candidates seem chiefly concerned with reparations and infanticide while the country drowns in Third World parasites, debt, depression, and addiction. For a cool quarter-million dollars, women matriculate to the Cultural Marxist re-education camps formerly known as universities, where they learn to despise their cultural inheritance, their stable up-bringing, their race, and their own biological predispositions and become saddled with crippling debt for the privilege.

Other examples abound: it’s perfectly natural for a young boy to play with dolls but should he opt for army men, that’s toxic. Believe all women so long as the accusations are politically expedient. Ignore the mass rape of white women by “migrants” across a prone Europe or by grievance-minded blacks or illegal aliens in America. Despite our sexual dimorphism, there are multitudinous genders, whilst race remains at once a “social construct” and totally fixed. Tolerate the intolerable, make endless war, call rapacious capitalism “social justice,” ad infinitum. While you are harangued, attacked, and everything else up to and including being driven to extinction, you are simultaneously subject to pleas of compassion and tolerance, and vagaries referencing something called “our values.” What, exactly, those are is never specified, but they seem to involve anal sex and student loan debt.

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  • ghostsniper August 11, 2019, 1:01 PM

    Jeez, what a horrifying line up.
    Don’t know where to begin.
    So I won’t.
    Nothing really to add.

    Is there any reason at all for a geographically defined place on this earth with all that stuff going on to even exist? When are them end times gonna get here anyway?

  • Kinch August 11, 2019, 2:24 PM

    No way Cambodians have such a high mean IQ. And doubly so after KR culled the smart fraction. I’d put them roughly on par with Laos. Maybe just a tad higher.

    Nice to see that the Madagascans haven’t regressed since migrating all the way from Java.

    As for the second graph: if it wasn’t already clear that Bill Gates and his wife wants us all dead…

  • Nori August 11, 2019, 5:17 PM

    They hate us with a white-hot passion,and want us dead. Period.
    Weaponsman figured about 600,000,000 guns in private hands,that’s the good news.
    Along with Babylon Bees’s paper knives story.

    What’s that they talk about at Ace’s place,SMOD? Sweet Meteor of Death,yes. One in DC,one in Manhattan would improve things immediately.

  • Terry August 11, 2019, 6:08 PM

    Thank you for the interesting reading. Some nightmare scenarios indeed. Yes, the Weaponsman piece is encouraging. I cannot understand the picture of the long haired girl whatsoever. Maybe a MAGA poster girl?

  • Ray Van Dune August 11, 2019, 8:10 PM

    “One in DC,one in Manhattan would improve things immediately.”

    San Fran for the coup de grace.

  • Geoff C. The Saltine August 11, 2019, 8:22 PM

    Terry uhm I don’t think that’s a girl and sure as hell not a MAGA girl
    https://www.reddit.com/r/hottiesfortrump/comments/clhd1m/this_is_a_topic_i_can_get_behind/
    This is a MAGA gal.

  • Walter Sobchak August 11, 2019, 10:20 PM

    “What makes this steak especially remarkable is the fact that it is tender while being very low in fat.”
    Tender is not a problem, I will get you tender for a tiny fraction of $3200. The problem is flavor. The flavor comes from fat. Low fat is low flavor.

    It is like the waiter in the Chinese restaurant on the Upper Left Side of Manhattan who took an order from a group of the usual white neurotic jerks who each asked for a special twist for his order. Finally the waiter lost it. OK he said, no salt, no sugar, no fat, no msg, no flavor, as he slammed his book closed and stomped off to the kitchen.

    My habit is to order the Rib Eye (Delmonico). Nothing better than a well marbled Rib Eye steak.

  • ghostsniper August 12, 2019, 4:26 AM

    “The problem is flavor.”
    ================

    And the reason for that is the same as the reason for all of the low quality you see every where now.
    Simply, if you want a tasty steak you’re going to have to get up off a decent amount of coin – say, $50/lb or more. Otherwise, your only option for acquiring flavor is to implement it from outside sources and methods. Basically, you’ve been priced out of the market.

    Oh yeah, make mine a porterhouse – about 22 oz, thank you.
    A light sprinkling of worcestershire about 1/2 an hour prior, then slammed on that 700 degree fire for about 4 mins per side, then drop that temp way down, close the lid and don’t open it again til 10 mins have lapsed. For about $20 that’s about as good as it gets for an average blue collar boy these days.

    My rule of thumb on pricing:
    Think about what stuff cost in 1970.
    Then, contrast those prices with what the same things cost today.
    Today’s prices for the same things should be about 10X as much.
    If the price today is NOT 10X as much that’s because the quality has been dropped (in an effort to be price competitive) and you will be disappointed in the purchase.

  • Aggie August 12, 2019, 8:32 AM

    So the first graphic is unlabelled…. but it represents color-coded national IQ? I see what ya did, there.

  • Denny August 12, 2019, 9:06 AM

    “Believe all women as long as the accusations are politically expedient.” OK, but also only as long as the accused isn’t named Clinton. Then the old “twenty dollars in the trailer court” rule will suffice.

  • John the River August 12, 2019, 11:18 AM

    I know I’m crazy, but how crazy?
    Not so crazy as to believe that Epstein is rolling down to Baja in a convertible with Elvis driving.
    Crazy enough to believe that money changed hands before and perhaps after his ‘suicide’.
    And I don’t think it’s crazy to imagine that someone whispered to Epstein, “If you’re willing to do it rather than spend the rest of your life in a cell like this; we’ll provide the means, the privacy and if necessary a helping hand plus a little something for your nerves”.

    And I don’t think it’s crazy at all to believe that the cameras were disabled after the fact and the tape is being enjoyed on auto-loop in Chappaqua.

  • Joe Van Steenbergen August 13, 2019, 9:01 PM

    How can you possibly show as your first graph the most important graph in the contemporary world and not utter a single word about it? Are you that afraid?

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