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1936 : The Most Extreme Year

“Cold beyond the memory of living man” … and why Grapes of Wrath is no longer required reading in high school and why the Cult of “Climate Change” requires the deep forgetting and why YouTube is chock-full of perverted children playing with fire.

“YouTube blocked me again for two weeks. Their excuses are getting lamer and lamer, and it is just a matter of time until they delete my channel.”

“Climate alarmists want people to believe that the weather was better when CO2 levels were lower, but history shows the exact opposite.”

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  • ghostsniper March 30, 2021, 7:47 AM

    All of this gov’t oriented lying is beyond tiresome.
    Is it just something I’m going through, or do other people feel it too?
    I’m pulling back more and more each day.
    At some point ghost may just be a wisp in the wind….

  • Aggie March 30, 2021, 7:58 AM

    Just a suggestion, but Heller (like many conservative dissidents) has also set up a parallel channel on Rumble, just in case people would rather direct their revenue clicks in that direction and away from the Sith-Tech world of YouTube. https://rumble.com/user/tonyheller

  • jwm March 30, 2021, 9:19 AM

    What alternative is there except to disengage from the mess as much as we can?

    A look at the news is like snorting a line of bootleg rage cut with black market disgust.

    The public space is as depressing as a visit to a leper colony. The streets are crawling with slouching mask-a-boobs with their dull, dead faces shoved into cyberphones, and their ears blocked up with blue tooth plugs. Junkies for self-esteem, they desperately seek the next like on facebarf or twitter. Welcome to life in the future.

    And you can’t stop any of it. You can’t slow it down. You can’t reach the unreachable.

    You *can* make yourself sick and crazy trying. I’m not gonna do it.

    I don’t even look at the news anymore. I get stuff third hand from the bloggers I read, and that’s enough.

    But doesn’t that leave you rather ill-informed, JWM?

    Yeah, it does. So fuckin’ what?


  • ghostsniper March 30, 2021, 11:45 AM

    JWM sed: “But doesn’t that leave you rather ill-informed, JWM?”
    Narrowing the sources of info to those with a proven truthful track history is NOT ill informed.

    Just came back from the bank and passed the most popular eatery in the county. They have an outdoor eating area surrounded by a nice wrought iron fence separating the eatery from the sidewalk. There were maybe 60-80 eaters there unmasked and right out on the sidewalk inches away were loads of pedestrians all masked up. I marveled at the contrast. And yes, like you mentioned, many had their “box of colors” in hand and tiny speakers in ears, oblivious to the world around them.

    “Useless people ain’t worth much, and there sure are a whole bunch of em.”
    –gs, 2099

  • azlibertarian March 30, 2021, 12:07 PM

    “What alternative is there except to disengage from the mess as much as we can?….

    I read that book a couple of years ago. Good book. You can probably find a used hard cover or paperback copy at any of your local bookstores, and of course you could always get it at Amazon, but you know, Jeff Bezos.

  • Kevin in PA March 30, 2021, 12:43 PM

    The lies, the hysteria, the constant fear-mongering is so annoying. The only thing approaching a remedy is to tune out the noise and focus only on signal. As Ghost says, “Narrowing the sources of info to those with a proven truthful track history is NOT ill informed.” The is no reason to remain ignorant. There is a world of information available to any who will dig a little bit instead of passively absorbing the slop served up as “scientific fact”. It takes personal discernment to pass over the bullshit to get to the real goods, but it’s there.

    I share JWM’s sentiment on masks. In fact, just about two weeks ago, I attended the first monthly meeting in many moons for my Rod and Gun club. They had canceled monthly meeting for most of last year. To my amazement….maybe I am not amazed anymore, I was the only person not wearing a mask. I got a couple of looks, but not one word to me asking/scolding “why aren’t you wearing a mask?”. I was struck by the stupidity of it all. Attendance for the meeting was one of the largest I can remember – more than 100 members. I still see people wearing masks while driving alone in their car. I also see people wearing masks on an absolutely gorgeous Spring day outdoors. And all I can think is WTF?
    News today indicates the Amish and Mennonite communities had it right. They listened to the “experts” in the beginning and shut down schools and businesses for a couple-three weeks last March/April. Naturally, after a few weeks they reconsidered and opened everything up. The virus is said to have run through their community with estimates of 90% of households had at least one infected person. And golly-gee, who’d thunk it? It appears the Amish and Mennonite communities have achieved herd immunity.
    Independent thought is a valuable thing and rarely found in sheep.

  • James ONeil March 30, 2021, 1:20 PM

    I’ve been doing a lot of local newspaper reading lately, just catching up on the local news here in Fairbanks, Alaska.

    Shucky darn, I’ll all the way up to November 1910!


  • Tom Hyland March 30, 2021, 1:48 PM

    I never wear a mask, except to enter the bank. Go figure. Walk in there smiling and they’ll wrestle you to the floor. I was in Home Depot, walked in without a mask and I was the only one in the store not wearing one. A friend of mine walked up to the self-checkout where I was and nervously pulled his mask down. The machine wouldn’t suck the dollars in and I called assistance. Two employees are working on it while I’m talking to my buddy about masks. Finally I said, pretty loud, “Dave, I can’t wear a mask.” He asked why and I replied, “CAUSE I’VE GOT COVID 19!!!” This cracked up the two employees. They were laughing really hard. People, everywhere, are tired of this shit.

  • james wilson March 30, 2021, 1:50 PM

    Ours is the longest sustained climate period favorable to humans in 400,000 years, when by total coincidence civilization arose.
    Notice that CO2 numbers near plant extinction levels (180 ppm) in normal periods, i.e. ice ages. We ought to be encouraging carbon emissions, not being penalized for them.

  • EX-Californian Pete March 30, 2021, 6:27 PM


    So you’re saying that “Global Warming” isn’t REAL???
    Damn right it’s not, and I’m sick to death hearing about it from Libtards.

    Just try and convince a Libtard that the carbon molecule is the most important one of all, and that all life on Earth depends on it, as it’s the only other molecule than silicon that can bond with ALL other molecules. Oh, yeah- and silicon-based life forms have yet to be discovered, other than in “theory” only.

    To ghostsniper- buck up and stay strong.
    The tougher things get, the tougher it makes those who stand fast and persevere. If it helps motivate you, I hit steel this afternoon (3′ x 4′ plate) TWICE at 920+ yards with one of my Springfield 03’s- my best yet. Wind was 20-25 MPH gusts. Leupold 40 scope.
    And I’m the guy with the “worst eye floaters my Optometrist has ever seen.” Also, I scored 17k large CCI rifle primers this morning for $36.00 per 1000- after waiting for months and putting down a 50% deposit that I was starting to think was “lost money.”


  • w walker March 30, 2021, 7:05 PM

    ghost sniper -you’re not alone with the weariness..have read and silently agreed with many of your comments. Kind of unsettling to find the attraction of withdrawal..so much info & sensory overload to manage a rational response. In myself carry the words that read – “There’s a place I travel when I want to roam, and nobody knows it but me.” …there’s more to it and those words have allowed me a pause to collect myself..you’re not alone – stay the course, you know your compass reading.

  • Zaphod March 30, 2021, 7:13 PM

    Been following Tony Heller on Gab for a while. It’s good to know this stuff, but it will never convince any of the Gaia Worshipers and virtue signalers.

    Still, we are but poor clay and he does a great service in reminding us daily just how big the Lie is.

  • Sal Odierno March 31, 2021, 3:29 AM

    Hell, if we’re going to be forced to tear down and ignore history, why not climate history also.

  • Steve in Greensboro March 31, 2021, 9:16 AM

    Good stuff (the Tony Heller). At this point, why would anybody believe the torrent of lies from the Ministry of Truth? Luckily, we have a few outlet for actual truth.

  • Anne April 1, 2021, 8:42 PM

    One of those old insecure schoolmarm thugs was in the check out line in front of me. I moved my foot forward and bent to peer into a display on the check out counter and she instantly, with great contempt asked me –as only K-4grade school teachers can do–asked me with total contempt: “can I get some distance here”. I am afraid that my years of experience and suppressed contempt blurted out: “yes, you can just move one foot down toward the end of the counter”. I am sure she has already contacted her teacher’s union representative and once again I am on the black list. I don’t care for gosh sake–we were only in the hardware store!!!

  • Anne April 1, 2021, 8:48 PM

    Whoops! I forgot to say that she was already 5 ft down the counter line from me when she asked if she could have some distance! Yes lady, you surely can–move your little self one foot down toward the end of the counter!