Ah, love, let us be true
To one another! for the world, which seems
To lie before us like a land of dreams,
So various, so beautiful, so new,
Hath really neither joy, nor love, nor light,
Nor certitude, nor peace, nor help for pain;
And we are here as on a darkling plain
Swept with confused alarms of struggle and flight,
Where ignorant armies clash by night.
— Dover Beach by Matthew Arnold
Texas vs. California Challenge Leaving California for Texas is such a conformist thing to do these days, but I did for a short vacation to America. In Houston, I went into an H.E.B. and was talking about California to someone who was giving away free samples of beef — having conversations with random people is a huge difference from LA — and I had to reassure the guy I was going home. He seemed relieved. I’ve been coming to Texas intermittently for about 30 years, and it’s never seemed more crowded. The place is packed — the roads, the stores, the airport. Back home in LA, it’s empty and depressing as the pols elected by the brigades of frigid Santa Monica wine moms who seem to run everything panic ever-harder over a disease that appears to be less virulent than the regular flu.
Here in Texas, people are happy, chipper, and armed.
Why I’m leaving NY to protect my children from its politicians In September, at a time when our COVID case rate was at its lowest, Gov. Kathy Hochul forced the return to masking even for 2-year-olds in daycare settings. No other Western country is masking children this young. As the rest of the world moved toward sanity, blue cities like New York have jutted away. Until the recent cold weather, my kids had been eating on the ground outdoors in their respective schoolyards. When they finally moved the kids inside, my sixth-grader reported that the kids were forbidden from speaking to each other or sitting with their friends. Who else is living like this? Who else eats in silence? The best part was when the school vice-principal visited the cafeteria and saw the kids chatting, she yelled at them — but not before pulling down her mask so she could be better understood, of course.
The American Dream is on Life Support in the Bay Area Put simply, over the course of the years, many small incidents and arguments chipped away at any hope of happiness or contentment here. A friend of mine and I visited India once. Observing deviations from all the things we take for granted in the US — poor internet, pollution, haggling for everything, traffic, lack of sanitation with food — he called it “a land of minor inconveniences.” It was a spot-on assessment and was a big part of why I couldn’t wait to leave the country. The Bay Area has gradually felt more and more like this. You add it all up and it forms this layer of cognitive load in your head, that makes you a less effective, less happy, less productive person.
Stop and Assess | Kunstler The other view — that is becoming ever-harder to disregard — is that the Covid-19 pandemic was a deliberate program by a gang of powerful international adventurers to install a regime of surveillance and extreme control over formerly free citizens — all in the service of “re-setting” the ailing global financial system, reducing the population of elder pensioners to relieve the West’s payment obligations, and stifling industrial economies as a cure for climate change. It has sounded a little preposterous to me that such manifest evil, as otherwise seen only in James Bond movies and newsreels of the Nazis, could actually be true. But it is looking more and more of-a-piece with actions like the years-long mischief between Dr. Fauci and the Wuhan lab; the preparatory positioning of the pharma companies for just such a pandemic, including patent filings, to enable the quick release of their dubious “vaccines”; the janky mail-in ballot election of 2020 with the installation of an obvious puppet President “Joe Biden”; the insane legislation agenda of the Democratic Party; the long-running Woke insurrection against Western culture, values, and common sense; and the arrant bad faith of the news media reporting all the above as dishonestly as possible.
Meet the People Who Believe They’ve Traveled to a Past Life Riseley believes she was a male descendant of the Rothschilds, the famed family of bankers, in her most recent past life. She says she was a Jewish doctor who lived in Germany as the Nazis rose to power.
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Evil. Gestapo. KGB.
NYPD Attacking a 5 year old eating pizza? Take off your badges, oath breakers.
New York City is a failed state.
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) December 28, 2021
Someone needs to explain to this pathetic heterosexual faggot that injecting people with poison is a capital crime, and as Nuremberg clearly established, “I was just following orders”is NOT A DEFENSE. | Barnhardt
HIS REACTION!!…. 👀 pic.twitter.com/RFEThZdqJ0
— Rasta Redpill (@RastaRedpill) December 24, 2021
This guy is what I refer to as a “heterosexual faggot”, which should be self-explanatory. What an absolute DISGRACE of a man. Weak, stuttering and stammering under the weight of his own effeminacy, wringing his hands and fiddling with his Masonic burqa. This failure freely admits that he started injecting people with poison – no questions asked, zero due diligence done, because it meant his job. Remember, effeminacy is the vice of softness as St. Thomas Aquinas calls it, that is, refusing to do a virtuous good because it would reduce one’s own personal pleasure or comfort. Effeminacy, as a vice, transcends sex. Women must shun effeminacy every bit as much as men, although to see it in men is admittedly far more repulsive, as the deplorable piece of work above so ably demonstrates. I honestly don’t know how guys like him look themselves in the mirror.
Meet the Sweet Sea Monster of Portuguese Christmas – Lampreia de ovos comes loaded with sugar, eggs, and the long history of glorifying a most peculiar parasite.
Delta flight from Tampa to Atlanta got crazy‼️ pic.twitter.com/I9BZUKv3LB
— ATL Uncensored | Atlanta News (@ATLUncensored) December 25, 2021