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Strange Daze: ‘Exterminate all the brutes!’

This was the unbounded power of eloquence—of words—of burning noble words. There were no practical hints to interrupt the magic current of phrases, unless a kind of note at the foot of the last page, scrawled evidently much later, in an unsteady hand, may be regarded as the exposition of a method. It was very simple, and at the end of that moving appeal to every altruistic sentiment it blazed at you, luminous and terrifying, like a flash of lightning in a serene sky: ‘Exterminate all the brutes!’— Heart of Darkness

Take us down skipper. We’re in the atmosphere.

Couldn’t happen to a more deserving octogenarian. ‘Why would you do this to a grandma?’ What former California senator Barbara Boxer, 80, asked when she was attacked and robbed of her cellphone by a ‘kid’ in crime-ridden Oakland, California Former California senator Barbara Boxer, 80, assaulted and robbed by thief in Oakland 

Why has Australia gone stark raving mad? –   Comment by Cicero :I believe there is an infectious mental illness, highly contagious, that has spread throughout the English-speaking Western world.

It is characterized by irrational, unthinking unreason, a profound sense of hysteria (e.g. You cannot LEAVE Australia without permission because of COVID), and the willingness to be oppressed by one’s government (a wear-masks mandate even though they are useless!) like the “Good Germans” in Adolf’s time. How else can one explain the delusional thinking that affects Tasmania, New Zealand, Australia, America, Canada, Ireland, and Britain? In Canada, pastors are imprisoned because their Sunday congregations were too large. There are corollaries to this thought disorder, like electing a Biden, a manifestly incapable but destructive man, to lead what was once the world’s strongest country, because one did not “like” the personality that is Trump. Reminds me of the Brits voting out Churchill right after he’d got them out of WWII.

People just go nutty. But all at once? let’s do some brain biopsies!

The Racial Reckoning’s New Normal: 50 Murders Per Day –  As you can see, compared with 2019, 2020 was a bloody year, going all the way back to January and worsening during the first couple of months of the pandemic. Yet, the most extraordinary fact of 2020 is that for the seven-plus months from George Floyd’s death to the end of the year, the United States averaged 50.5 murders per day, up 41% from the 35.7 per day during the same long period in 2019. The consistency of the gap between 2020 and 2019 during the Racial Reckoning is striking.

With Tampa Bay in grip of Red Tide, shrimpers turn their nets toward death

“The peaceful majority was irrelevant.”

The Propaganda War (And How to Fight It)  Simply put, if you can force people to dress up like they’re going to work in the infectious disease ward of a hospital every day for 17 months … presto! You’ve got yourself a new “reality” … a new, pathologized-totalitarian “reality,” a paranoid-psychotic, cult-like “reality” in which formerly semi-rational people have been reduced to nonsense-babbling lackeys who are afraid to go outside without permission from “the authorities,” and are injecting their children with experimental “vaccines.”

The sheer power of the visual image of those masks, and being forced to repeat the ritual behavior of putting them on, has been nearly irresistible. Yes, I know that you have been resisting. So have I. But we are the minority. Denying the power of what we are up against might make you feel better, but it will get us nowhere, or, in any event, nowhere good.

The fact is, the vast majority of the public — except for people in Sweden, Florida, and assorted other officially non-existent places — have been robotically performing this theatrical ritual, and harassing those who refuse to do so, and thus collectively simulating an “apocalyptic plague.”

UPDATED: Worldwide Freedom Rally – Protesting and chanting slogans is too polite. What we need to do at these rallies is have mock public executions of Macron, Boris, Gates, Biden, Fauci, Tedros and all the rest of the perpetrators.

Make papier-mache dummies, feed them into guillotines, then hold the detached heads up to the cheering crowds. Maybe that will put some fear into these bastards. And it will be fun for the artistically inclined to create the dummies. We need to get more creative.

Marlow ceased, and sat apart, indistinct and silent, in the pose of a meditating Buddha. Nobody moved for a time. “We have lost the first of the ebb,” said the Director suddenly. I raised my head. The offing was barred by a black bank of clouds, and the tranquil waterway leading to the uttermost ends of the earth flowed sombre under an overcast sky—seemed to lead into the heart of an immense darkness. —— Heart of Darkness, by Joseph Conrad

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  • John Venlet July 28, 2021, 1:23 PM

    “The peaceful majority was irrelevant.”

    Do you understand what this means for the road the United States is picking up speed on?

  • Rob De Witt July 28, 2021, 1:25 PM

    The Brigitte Gabriel rant (“the peaceful majority was irrelevant”) needs to be re-loaded, since it only plays @20 seconds of the ending.

    It’s a beauty, too.

  • tim July 28, 2021, 1:29 PM

    “Make papier-mache dummies, feed them into guillotines, then hold the detached heads up to the cheering crowds.”

    Paper-mache…??? Screw that…let the bodies hit the floor.

  • Dirk July 28, 2021, 1:52 PM

    Portland,,,,Pearl of north Oregon. Achieved the official” Shit Hole” status in less the 24 months. Good work representatives.

  • Casey Klahn July 28, 2021, 3:45 PM

    I heard a stat on the radio the day before yesterday. Half (!) of the people who entered the hospital and died either with or of covid, did not enter with or because of covid. They had whatever, did not present with covid, and then were tested until they had covid. IOW, that half either did not have covid (false positives), or they did and it was not that consequential. Some did get an assist to the grave by covid, but the stat would indicate to me that the hospitals were bumping the covid number for all it was worth. The govt had a pandemic ready to go, they just needed an illness to call a pandemic.
    Now, consider that the number of “covid deaths” never really rose to impressive numbers, and then take away half of that number. Nothing. Burger.
    When I hear a doctor bitch about non-compliance, it gets my dander up. It sticks in my craw. Being a doctor used to carry with it the presumption of wisdom. Now, they are cartoon characters.
    Show me where I’m wrong.

  • Casey Klahn July 28, 2021, 3:51 PM

    Enters for pneumonia: shazaamm! He got covid now. Dies with fluid in his lungs. Doctor fills out the toe tag: covid.
    Next guy: through and through lung wound from an arrow. Next guy: Blunt force trauma steering wheel to forehead. Next guy: 70 and needs a stint replacement. Muthas all gots the covids suddenly. JFC we gots the bad covidz around hear. oops! Another covid death! Bag em and tag em!

  • Foo July 28, 2021, 4:09 PM

    BoxARox: he didnt address me as Madame!

    She racisss.
    Plus has insurance so she is oppressing them.

  • Foo July 28, 2021, 4:16 PM
  • Rob De Witt July 28, 2021, 4:23 PM

    Foo –
    No, this one. Not to be missed


  • Terry July 28, 2021, 5:05 PM

    Casey- “Now, they are cartoon characters. Show me where I’m wrong.”

    You are not wrong.

    Many of my customers were “Physicians” back a few years. Quite a few of these people were incapable of reasoning. Many were money driven and actually dangerous to their patients. I believe the hospital system is driven by extreme greed and incompetence.

    The Hippocratic Oath, or pledge of ethics is gone. They now participate in official State extermination for profit.

  • Vanderleun July 28, 2021, 5:15 PM

    Sorry about all that in the video. Fixed now. Error in timing syntax.

  • gwbnyc July 28, 2021, 7:27 PM

    Tip-toeing around earlier looking for the video I tripped over a site highlighting Brigitte’s feet.

  • ghostsniper July 28, 2021, 7:28 PM

    As Sailer’s Law of Mass Shootings predicts:

    If there are more killed than wounded, then the shooter is likely not black.

    If there are more wounded than killed, then the shooter is likely black.

  • John the River July 29, 2021, 6:03 AM

    Lousily week. Helping girlfriend with the obituary for her brother, who passed away along in a nursing home in Florida. Last year when we tried to go down to visit him; the nursing home went on lockdown and our aircraft flight was canceled. (never got the money back).

    One bright spot, my echo-cardiogram shows very little heart damage. Pity my March stress test was canceled as being “elective” due to Covid; maybe I could have avoided the July heart attack. Does that mean my heart attack was non-elective or elective?

    All my arthritis meds were canceled due to conflict with my new heart medications, back to using a cane. Trying to get appointments with orthopedic department, they’re backlogged. They lost a lot of staff during the ‘pandemic’ who haven’t come back yet.

    My gun license have been with the local police department for two months now, no word. “Don’t call us, we’ll call you”.

    “We’ve landed on the 13th month of Jupiter! Time for a Chesterfield!”

  • Richard July 29, 2021, 6:51 AM

    @Casey- “Now, they are cartoon characters. Show me where I’m wrong.”

    Absolutely agree. Furthermore, when you need a costume (lab coat) with accoutrements (stethoscope draped around neck) and an honorific to establish dominance in the relationship, you’ve already lost me. I have never given these individuals anymore respect than they deserve.

  • jwm July 29, 2021, 7:35 AM

    @John the River
    Glad to hear you didn’t suffer any serious damage to the ticker. I had an echo just before the shit hit, and got an A. I haven’t been near Kaiser since. Now, I have about the same regard for the medical facilities as I do for the criminal court system. Going to the doc is about as appealing as jury duty. And I just sent a jury summons back with “excuse from service for being 65+ and “high risk” for covid”. (oh, and fuck you)
    Once again, the news of the day has become horribly depressing. This shit ain’t gonna’ end.
    We gotta’ find hope, and faith wherever we can.
    Israel Shamir, over at Unz review, concluded his essay on the virus thus:

    And yet, far away from the media din we are surrounded by a beautiful world, full of grace and compassion. We deserve it. Our women could seduce the angels; our men defeated dragons. Our wise old folk argued with Socrates and prayed with Apostles. Every green valley, every river stream, every flower is a gift of God. Enjoy it, and ignore the busy termites who are well paid to keep us hanging on tenterhooks. Death is unavoidable; it is part and parcel of life. The best we can do is to avoid anxiety and enjoy life while it lasts. Let Fauci vaxx Bezos aboard their phallic spaceship. Just let them all fly away never to be seen again.

    From his keyboard to God’s inbox.


  • Sam L. July 29, 2021, 8:22 AM

    Well, Babs, ya know, if’n you were in favor of “law and order”, and had done what would have made that happen… I am soooooooooooooooooooo not bummed for you.

  • Bob Smith July 29, 2021, 8:48 AM

    Re: 50 murders a day. Just call them retroactive abortions. You’ll be right in 85% of the cases and what right thinking person is opposed to abortion?

  • SoylentGreen July 30, 2021, 6:30 PM

    RE Heart of Darkness: Read the whole thing just now. Thank you Vanderleun for the prompt. It was assigned to me more than once in school but I faked my way through the test. What I have missed!
    Most reviews falsely state that this is an indictment of colonialism. Au contraire. It is an indictment of Godless mankind and the darkness of the satanic heart – a situation we face today.

  • Vanderleun July 30, 2021, 6:43 PM

    Conrad’s masterpiece is all the more impressive because English is his second language. A great, great book with much to teach the stupid present day.

  • whatever July 31, 2021, 3:51 PM

    I read HOD just two years ago, right before the shut-downs. I was never assigned it in school, but after I saw my kid reading it on the couch I asked to borrow it so I could get it off my literary bucket list.

    His phrasing is absolutely fascinating, maybe since English wasn’t his first language. There were several passages that made me put the book down to reflect over what was written, like poetry.