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Memesapoppin! with a foreword by James Howard Kunstler

The Twink Who Ruled Twitter’s “Trust and Safety” Censorship Machine

ESSAY OF THE DAY: The Alarm Bells Go Off – Kunstler

Startling fact of the week: Twitter’s senior ranks of content moderators included over a dozen former FBI and CIA agents and analysts who let child porn run loose all over the app while surgically removing any utterance contradicting the government’s claim that mRNA “vaccines” are “safe and effective” — not to mention the effort this elite crew expended against anyone objecting to the Woke-Left’s race and gender hustles. Wouldn’t you like to know how much they were paid? Probably more than government work.

Here’s another awful reality (better fasten your seatbelts): What also emerged in the tweet record of Yoel Roth, the company’s chief censor (former “Head of Trust and Safety”), begins to look like a gay mafia assault on the collective American psyche. Having gained official federal government sanction and protection, a statistically tiny homosexual demographic left in charge of the country’s main public forum has been out for revenge against their perceived enemy, political conservatives — Americans disinclined to join the cheerleading for drag queen story hours, “minor-attracted persons,” transsexuals in the military, and other LBGTQ cultural pranks.

In the process, that gay mafia running the public dialogue supported every lie that the government, its protector, put out, to keep the Deep State happy and well-fed. Shocking, I’m sure… but there it is. That means the gay mafia also helped promote the most-deadly psy-op in world history: the Covid-19 scare and the mass “vaccination” crusade that will end up killing many millions world-wide, after destroying the economies of the Western Civ nations. The whole package looks like an attempt to turn the world upside down and inside out. Is it any wonder that so many feel the USA has gone crazy?

Of course, these revelations aroused the widespread suspicion that these now-exposed nefarious operators in social media were merely tools for some murky plutocrat elite led by the likes of the WEF, Bill Gates, and George Soros. Could that be the greatest “conspiracy theory” of all? More likely, I hesitate to suggest, all these characters in one way or another are merely tools of history itself, as the world enters the darkest days of a Fourth Turning secular winter. As T.S. Eliot observed: “Humankind cannot bear too much reality.”. . . . .

RTWT AT The Alarm Bells Go Off by Kunstler

And now, without further ado,  50 MEMES SUITABLE FOR FRAMING OR FORWARDING


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  • Anonymous December 13, 2022, 2:18 PM

    “𝕿𝖗𝖚𝖘𝖙 𝖆𝖓𝖉 𝕾𝖆𝖋𝖊𝖙𝖞”

    …ho ho ho

  • ghostsniper December 13, 2022, 2:24 PM

    Got to yappin with a dood in the parking lot at the post office yesterday. He seen my Stihl chainsaw in the back of the truck and asked if I thought they were any good. Said he has a Husky but it has been causing problems and wondered about the Stihl. I told him I had had a Poulan for maybe 20 years and it wasn’t up to some of the stuff I do and I finally got up off the green and got the Stihl about 5 years ago. I said I never had a problem with it and I run it pretty hard. We talked about a bunch of stuff over about half and hour and then parted. I’m 67 and he was about 45.

    It wasn’t until I was looking down over these memes that I realized that during that conversation with that dood yesterday neither of us mentioned anything to do with sex, gender, politics, or anything related to anything outside about a 5 mile radius of where we were standing. He seemed like a mild mannered dood, knowledgeable in what we talked about, listened when I was talking, showed some humor, mentioned his brother, and that’s it. weerd, no?

    I’d like to have a one on one conversation with a gender compromised male in a contained setting where neither of us could leave until an hour had passed. I’d study the specimen in detail and I would ask questions of him in an effort to understand how it thinks and lives the way it does. I’d try my best to not be rood or (gasp) violent. My conversation would be delivered in such a way as to force the person to admit it was a farce and an abomination, or break down into a quivering mass of boiling hot mental fecal matter and incapable of further communication. Then, at that point, with time still left on the clock, I would most likely try to convince it of the error of it’s ways…

    Now, nothing like that will ever happen because I’ve created a world where it is unlikely that I will ever encounter a person such as that. I think I have seen those type of people at a distance, from my vehicle while driving through the college city of Bloomington. Other than that, as far as I’m concerned such people exist only in the sometimes distorted world of the innertoobz.

    • John Venlet December 14, 2022, 6:08 AM

      Ghostsniper, you are absolutely correct about the Stihl chainsaw being a better tool than a Poulan chainsaw. I’ve had multiple issues with my Poulan, so I’m saving a few extra dollars to upgrade to a Stihl.

      • ghostsniper December 14, 2022, 7:42 AM

        John, couple things I found out. You can pull the carb and soak it in cleaner for a couple days, blow it out with a compressor and get in all the nooks and crannies. Get a new air filter. Get a new fuel filter. If the filter is in the fuel tank it’s a bitch to change but doable with patience. BTW, take pictures of everything before you disassemble.

        Next, clean and gap the park plug. Look in the manual for the gap.

        Lastly, 2 cycle engines have a device on the muffler (EPA) that limits the bad stuff getting into the air. That bad stuff clogs up after awhile and creates back pressure in the cylinder. Look at the muffler, you’ll see a little pipe about 1/4″ inside diameter. You can get that pipe out with a wrench and maybe a squirt of loosener. Dip that pipe in gas then set it on fire and throw it in the side yard and let it burn all the funk out. After it cools down clean it real well and get in all the nooks. You can get the pdf manual on the manuf website and with that you can get the part numbers and order everything from amazon or parts express or sears. Go get yer hands durty boy! LOL

        My Poulan has a 18″ bar and is light enough to use for one handed trimming. For heavier stuff or taking down decent size trees my Stihl has a 24″ bar and tears into wood like it’s life depends on it. However, I bought the Poulan at walmart 20 years ago for less than $100 and I got the Stihl at the local dealer 5 years ago and it cost almost $400.

        One more thing, the ethanal in gas today destroys gaskets and seals. There’s the possibility your carburetor would need to be overhauled. They make kits for doing that but I’ve found it easier to get a whole new carb for about $30 (amazon) and skip the aggravation. I’m reluctant to throw stuff away just because it stopped working. I’m an inquisitive sort and I like to find out what happened and see if I can fix it. I’m not always successful, but at least I enjoy tearing stuff apart.
        Keeps the hands limber and the mind active.

        • John Venlet December 14, 2022, 7:50 AM

          Ghostsniper, thanks for the tips, but I’ve been talking with a local small dealer in chainsaws who owns his shop. He’s gonna give me some credit for the Poulan, and he’ll get it serviceable and sell it as a used item, and I’ll end up with a new Stihl. I’m pretty sure I’m gonna get the MS251 Wood Boss. When I was making firewood in the U.P. in September, I was using my buddy’s Stihl, and it ran and ran, and ran some more, without a lick of trouble. I’m sold.

          • ghostsniper December 14, 2022, 9:54 AM

            Sounds like a win! I looked that model up, very similar to mine. Wait til you get a load of the start routine. The old days of pulling like hell are over. It has a sort of “self starter” effect. I used to have a lawn mower a long time ago that did a similar thing. You slowly pull the rope and the tension builds up in it then at a certain point something inside gives loose and winds the crankshaft and (in theory) it starts. I have to do it a couple times on my saw. Bought a new string trimmer last year and it starts the same way.

            • John Venlet December 14, 2022, 10:57 AM

              Ghostsniper, I’m pretty certain my friend’s Stihl chainsaw had that type of start feature. If you follow the procedure, it starts every single time.

          • Anonymous December 14, 2022, 4:14 PM

            had a Husky from Lowes a real dog. Poulan and a Stihl since, happy.

        • Hyland December 14, 2022, 9:31 AM

          I’ve got a Stihl 041 Farm Boss with a 20″ bar. Bought it at the flea market 30 years ago and it was old then. I had the engine rebuilt at the local Stihl shop maybe 20 years ago. There’s one place in this town that sells ethanol-free gasoline, close to $4 a gallon, and that what the chainsaw and my 1999 BMW Z3 receive. I’m not so generous with my old pickup. Engines built before 2000 should not be fed hi-ethanol fuel. Congratulations for not living in the liberal zone. Ground Zero Santa Fe is “the Plaza” and the other day I saw a woman walking by holding a large Ukrainian flag. Her hair was dyed… one side bright blue… the other side bright yellow. We got ’em here.

          • John Venlet December 14, 2022, 10:55 AM

            Tom, like I mentioned above, it was using my U.P. friend’s Stihl, and its consistent reliability, which has convinced to get a Stihl. A month or so ago I posted a few notes about making firewood with my friend, and a book he gave me titled Norwegian Wood. In that book, which is all about firewood and tools to make it, it talks about chainsaws, and the Norwegians’ preference of various makers, and early models. Rather interesting. If you’re interested, here’s a link to that post. FYI comments are closed on that post.

  • Dirk December 13, 2022, 5:45 PM

    Gonna require ALL of us, to unfuck our world. Frankly I have zero confidence, in the key parts, “ US” and the “Unfuck part”

    • ghostsniper December 13, 2022, 6:44 PM

      Our little 4 acre world is as unfucked as we can make it and at least a few of the neighbors around us are likewise. It’s somewhat comforting living in a red county in a red state. The big problem is there are too many freeloaders, parasites, criminals, and braindead idiots. The job is to take out the trash without burning the whole house down. I imagine Putin will eventually help out, maybe even get the whole thing started.

  • Hyland December 13, 2022, 6:15 PM

    Kunstler… James Howard. A harmless typo up there.

    • captflee December 14, 2022, 7:50 AM

      Still, it would be interesting to receive the occasional communique from old Comrade Bill, winging in on the ether from across oceans of space and time.

  • The Ice Palace of Varykino December 13, 2022, 8:54 PM

    “Everything the government is doing right now is designed to make you fat, weak, stupid, depressed, lazy, and reliant on crumbs they wipe off their plates.
    Health replaced by pharmaceuticals. Education replaced by programming. Hard work replaced by handouts. These people hate you.”

    Ian Smith (New Jersey, Gym Owner)

  • Bear Claw Chris Lapp December 14, 2022, 6:48 AM

    Special place in Hell for certain people if even you can call them that.

  • Steve (retired/recovering lawyer) December 14, 2022, 7:35 AM

    Random comment#1: Stihl makes the best chainsaws and other small engine power tools on the planet. They are worth every penny spent to buy them. Witness my 36 year old string trimmer and leaf blower. I clean the foam air filters when they look dirty and have replaced two spark plugs over the years, and nothing else by way of routine maintenance. (I probably did not need to replace the plugs, either, but felt it was my duty as a conscientious husbandman.)

    The only other repairs I have been required to do is remove the spark arrestor from the blower (it carbon’d-up and restricted the little bugger’s breathing) and replaced half of the plastic housing on the main body, which I cracked accidentally while being stupid. I have replaced the cutting head on the trimmer twice, merely due to wear and tear. I run a mix of approximately 40:1 to feed their two stroke engines. I generally run them dry, then refill with fresh gas and Sta-Bil for the winter, then fire them up tout de suite when spring arrives. I confess to also owning a Poulan 18″ chain saw (bought at Lowe’s about two decades ago) which is acceptable for my needs, but it takes a lot more work to keep it running. My son-in-law owns a tree cutting/trimming business on the side, and I help him out occasionally. He owns nothing but Stihl equipment and just shakes his head and smiles when I drag out my Poulan.

    Random Comment #2: I have always believed Twitter was a wholly owned and operated subsidiary of the federal intelligence agencies, whether CIA, NSA, FBI, DHA or any combination thereof. The internet, being the bastard child of DARPA clearly made sure the FedGov had backdoor access to everything that runs through it, and understanding that the amount of computing power it takes to keep Twitter up and running exceeds anything routinely available in the private sector, and that the expense of doing so is astronomical, not to mention the unbelievable overhead for all the lavish employee expenses, among other things, it seemed to me that government funding was the only reasonable answer. If I am correct, it looks like the FedGov deep state sure got its money’s worth.

  • Flappr December 14, 2022, 1:43 PM

    Mr. Van der Leun,

    Thank you for making our day with a truly fascinating mix of memes.

    “A Faggotology in the Black Latinx Caribbean” is a phrase that I do not believe existed before now and will likely never exist again.

    God Bless.

  • Mike Austin December 14, 2022, 1:57 PM

    The very existence of soy boys sickens the real men among us. How can such easily offended, effeminate and weak in mind and body possibly thrive? Answer: they are creatures of a transgressive culture and cannot survive in any other. Once that culture passes away, so will the soy boys. They will take the fat, blue-haired, multi-pierced and tatted-up with them. Every Karen will go as well.

    Rough times are coming. When those days come to an end—and this might take one hundred years or more—whatever remains will have been cleansed, purified, strengthened—and will be absolutely masculine. This is in the nature of things. A new and better Mycenaean Age is upon us—and age not of gold or of silver but of iron. It will be an age of men like Achilles, like Agamemnon, like Hector.

    Imagine some future Odysseus coming upon a Biden or a Schumer or a Romney. There would be shock, anger and a quick sword thrust. Problem solved.

    The natural state of men is war, wilderness, violence, weapons, and building civilization. All civilizations were built with sweat, blood and iron. None were built with fine words, blue hair and tattoos.

    Are you overweight? Lose 20 pounds. Are you weak? Lift weights. Are you afraid of solitude? Spend three days alone in the forest. Are you ignorant? Read books. Are you afraid of guns? Find someone who is not, and head for the range.

    Once you accomplish that, you will come to know that you are not alone. You and yours will be the inheritors of Western Civilization. Understand and deal with that.

    • ghostsniper December 14, 2022, 3:00 PM

      Read the book, “A World Without Us”, the planet is in constant repair and improvement and in the absence of man will continue as it always has. If the quantity of man is lessened the planet will do what it does even better.

      In 2006 the area where my office workshop now lives was covered densely with mature hardwood trees. All of them were taken down and the trunks removed and the building was built. Now, 16 years later, the formerly scrape cut area behind that building is slammed with 30′-40′ tall sycamores, maples, poplars and various oaks. The undergrowth is a wall of shrubbery’s and vines and that whole area is barely passable by human, hell, even the deer can’t get through.

      In the absence of the parasites the world and it’s producers will flourish again, like in the 16th century, but better. My regret is that I’ll have to go through the hard part and never get to enjoy the better part.

      • CW December 14, 2022, 9:54 PM

        The hard part is the good part. Not that I don’t enjoy a life of ease, but I believe I prefer a challenge and a bit of legitimate danger.

        • Mike Austin December 15, 2022, 2:21 AM

          My life without physical challenges would not be worth living. I need my 500-mile bikepacking journey. I need my solo three-week backpacking trip. I need my daily mix of muscle and flex work, of 4-mile rucks and 16-mile bike rides.

          And if a man does not want danger, then what does he want?

  • Dirk December 14, 2022, 2:35 PM

    CIA and FBI on staff, you forgot the Foreign Intel employees. Nobody here’s surprised.

    Hey Flappr, was reviewing your site, amusing.

    • Mike Austin December 14, 2022, 2:53 PM

      Yeah. None of us is surprised by the three-letters reading our words here. My question is what it has always been: How far are they willing to go? How far did they go with Seth Rich? How will they stop?

      Answer: They will not stop. They must be stopped.

  • Dirk December 15, 2022, 5:21 PM

    No sir, the real question is How Far will WE Let Em Go.

    I’m ready to start the party years ago.

    My problem I can’t find reliable associates!. Seems their all agency alumni!

    Actually what I need to do, will be done by me, myself, and I.
    Understand, “ Three Can Keep a Secret, If Two Are Dead”. It’s not a hate issue, it’s a trust issue.