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Let us see what the spirit of revolution has to say for itself:

I am not what you think I am. Many speak of me but few know me. I am not Freemasonry, nor rioting nor the changing of monarchy into a republic, nor the substitution of one dynasty for another, nor temporary disturbance of the public order. I am not the shouts of Jacobins, nor the fury of Montaigne, nor the fighting on the barricades, nor pillage, nor arson, nor the agricultural law, nor the guillotine, nor the drownings. I am neither Marat nor Robespierre, nor Babeuf nor Mazzini nor Kosuth. These men are my sons but they are not me. These things are my works but they are not me. These men and things are passing objects but I am a permanent state… I am the hatred of all order not established by man and in which he is not both king and god.

This is the spirit of revolution and the enemy of the Christian Order. It is the spirit of Antichrist and is as old as the Fall of the Angels. Indeed, it is a fallen angel so brilliant of intellect but dark of will that it has corrupted mankind from the beginning. The Remnant Newspaper – ON REVOLUTION

Coronvirus Update XIX: Screw Spikes, Surges, Records In New Cases – William M. Briggs The dashed line is the all-cause minus official COVID deaths. Even accounting for late reporting, it is clear this crisis is over. Finished. Kaput. Done. Finis. I’ve been telling us for months (yes, months) that the only number that we can really trust is the all-cause weekly deaths. Everything else can be, and is, fudged, especially in the media.

Dump as majors black history, sociology, gender studies, women’s studies, and all the other deplorable and divisive majors that even Forrest Gump could ace. This would force minority students and women to take up real college courses. The problem is not in STEM, which has no problem attracting Asian-Americans.The problem is all the Junk Academia that allows people to breeze through college. Like water, people take the path of least resistance. Don Surber: Highlights of the News

Honeywell Says It Has Built The World’s Most Powerful Quantum Computer

The Jonestowning of America      The Jonestown model is also the model for the Democrat Party which, like Jones, lures in upscale whites by playing on their idealism and guilt, humiliating them to keep them from seeing that the whole thing is a scam, and using the black people it lured in with promises of a social safety net to claim moral superiority. Add in a streak of terror and thuggery to keep everyone in line, along with a dash of sexual sadism to compromise and destroy the moral integrity of core cult members, and you have utopia…The mad mob scenes in Oakland and across California with the power of the Democrat establishment behind them, the viral videos of white millennials kneeling and confessing their privilege, are the People’s Temple writ large on a nation. Jones, the son of a Klansman, who was inspired by a Communist-allied cult to build a following as a Marxist preacher of interracial brotherhood, joining the California Democrat establishment before going down in flames, has once again become the future

Thread by @SarahHuckabee: Full excerpt from my forthcoming book “Speaking for Myself,” about John Bolton, a man drunk on power who ultimately betrayed America when he…

Seattle’s ‘Autonomous Zone’ and the Paris Commune of 1871 Are Ominously Similar The Grand Hotel was sacked; there were repeated threats to confiscate all private property; hostile newspapers were suppressed; mounting ‘spymania’ caused the arrest of many innocent Parisians (including Renoir, who narrowly escaped lynching while working at his easel)…[T]here was even talk of levelling Notre Dame.

America’s New Aristocracy | Joel D. Hirst’s Blog   Have you not noticed who are the winners and losers of the great pandemic? For that is not by accident either. Things were getting so much better for people of all colors and creeds; more equal, a weakened aristocracy fighting tooth and nail, but losing. But it was ephemeral, not yet solidified. These things take time; hence the justifiable frustration of a hard-working population having an arriving prosperity so viciously snatched away. Who wouldn’t be angry? Of course that prosperity was the main fear, wasn’t it – of the aristocracy? Truth of the matter is inter-generational elasticity is the lowest its been in America forever, and that is by the design of the few. It goes hand in hand with inequality; also the design of the few.

Now you tell us! Murder hornets maybe not the deadly threat we thought – pennlive.com

And the hits just keep on happening! Saharan dust will stretch towards the US, putting the hurricane season on pause – CNN

Life just got a whole lot cheaper inside the Seattle Progressive Leper Colony

Junkies and whores and bums, oh my! Seattle council passes bills ending loitering crimes for drug offenders, sex workers

“Don’t DOX me bro!” Anonymous Psychiatrist Deletes Rationalist Blog After NY Times Threatens Doxing | Zero Hedge

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  • Skorpion June 24, 2020, 10:17 AM

    Sorry to see Slate Star Codex go. It had THE best piece ever on the toxicity of social media. Here’s the archived copy of the article:

  • Casey Klahn June 24, 2020, 10:24 AM

    It’s St Petersburg, Ru., Nov, 1917. It’s not blacks nor anarchists nor viruses.

    How did the blacks fair in the USSR? Homosexuals? Border nation citizens? Farmers? Intellectuals?

    If you’re not vital to the state, you are the enemy of the state. That’s the truth of Marxism.

    Get the shit out of your head and get ready.

  • Harry June 24, 2020, 10:25 AM

    “Seattle is fortunate to have City Councilmembers who consider and respond to recommendations from those with lived experience in the criminal justice system, and I’m happy to see this legislation make it over the finish line,” Holmes said Monday. “Here’s hoping other jurisdictions evaluate their own loitering policies.”
    I’m sure the increased crime will also be fortunate for Seattle.

  • Jack June 24, 2020, 11:04 AM

    In re the pavement apes playing in the apple bin, it would be proper to grab those two, stake them, stretched out and face down on a hot dry city lot and forcefully stick those apples up their no sun zones until all of the abused fruit had been removed from site.

    Post vids of the event, showing their faces and leave them there to think about it and watch all that street cred melt away in front dey homies and dey biches.

    Oh, and permit them to wear their watch caps…wouldn’t want to mess up their lovely and slippery coifs.

  • ghostsniper June 24, 2020, 12:25 PM

    The end of the Sean Parnell vid:
    In the army they teach soldiers to rack the M16 with the trigger hand.

    The shotgun vid:
    Only watched 44 seconds, the shooter learned how to pull the trigger, then stopped learning.

    The sprayer vid:
    Never turn your back in urbania, keep your head on a swivel at all times.

    The britain trump vid:
    Think I’m gonna cry.

    The negro’s stealing fruit vid:
    Where’s that guy with the shotgun?

    Now that my blood pressure is raging I’m gonna grab my axe and chainsaw and head for the woods. I need to regroup.

  • Kevin in PA June 24, 2020, 12:29 PM

    As a former food service professional, it enrages me to see these videos of people taking a bite of some food product, or breaking the seal and spitting on foods in the supermarket. Food safety and sanitation is a serious issue and these acts should be treated very seriously under the law.
    It is far more than simple theft or destruction of property. It is wonton disrespect for the health of others. Evidence of a spiteful, vindictive and very shallow minded person. Food, clean and healthful food is a gift from God and to violate someone’s food is almost sacrilegious to a food service professional. I can only imagine some of the disease these lowlifes may be carrying.

  • jwm June 24, 2020, 1:28 PM

    I could add some ‘nuke the bastards’ comment expressing my outrage, but nothing you or I say will change anything. I have no doubt that if we posted what we are really thinking it would serve only to draw bad attention to our host, and maybe even get him de-platformed. Such are the age and times in which we live. Accept what you can’t change, and change what you can. In this case there is only one thing I can change, and we’re beginning the work.
    The next (and last) big project in my life will be putting as much space between them and me as I can.