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Strange Daze: Midweek Mayhem

We live in a culture that is petty and emasculated, a place of small dreams and bland ambitions. A culture of moralistic scolding, and joyless, puritanical mediocrity. a place of small dreams and bland ambitions. A culture of moralistic scolding, and joyless, puritanical mediocrity. This is fertile ground for sins, crimes, and debts. Grotesque depravity dances across our screens. But the land is harsh for families and ambitious young men. Their dreams are strangled early.

Our culture trains men to be failures, to be indecisive, broken and confused. Authority figures prepare men to be losers. Parents, teachers, films, commercial advertisements, and the news media guide children towards a future that no longer exists. They train their students for an economy that was sent overseas.

Then adults mock them for being lost.

It’s all so tiresome.

DRIVE HIM FAST TO HIS TOMB. Anthony Fauci says that he’s experienced rebound Covid symptoms after taking a Pfizer’s antiviral Paxlovid – which studies now show is NOT effective for people who are vaccinated

The insane, power-drunk elements of the deep state, intelligence services, and corporate media apparatus want us to somehow forget that the Epstein case was obviously, obviously a gigantic honeytrap-style blackmailing racket. Apparently we don’t need to know Les Wexner’s exact involvement in it all. Alan Dershowitz has no questions to answer, apparently. Larry Summers. Mark Zuckerberg. Mort Zuckerman. Reid Hoffman. Harvey Weinstein. Lawrence Krauss. Woody Allen. Sergey Brin. Stephen Pinker. Leon Black. Chelsea Handler. Are all these people certainly guilty of breaking the law? No, not at all. Epstein—like a good and diligent intelligence asset—was careful to surround himself with legitimate and entirely clean individuals, along with his fellow accomplices. Do they all need to be questioned and investigated thoroughly, though? Yes, a thousand times yes; one hundred percent. I’m surprised the innocent among them are not fighting tooth and nail to clear their names.

“Here, a government entity sought to punish an individual for engaging in a brief, quiet, personal religious observance doubly protected by the Free Exercise and Free Speech Clauses of the First Amendment. And the only meaningful justification the government offered for its reprisal rested on a mistaken view that it had a duty to ferret out and suppress,” Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote in the Court’s opinion. “Religious observances even as it allows comparable secular speech. The Constitution neither mandates nor tolerates that kind of discrimination.”

It Was Easy For The Goths To Invade Rome. This Is The Reason Why

Servant of the Corrupt —By October, the first episode of a new show, Servant of the People aired on Ukraine’s 1 1 channel, in which Zelensky played the leading role: a high-school history teacher who unexpectedly becomes President of Ukraine and is committed to fighting government corruption. 1 1 is owned by the 1 1 Media Group, one of the largest Ukrainian media conglomerates, whose owner, according to the Atlantic Council, is none other than Kolomoisky himself, giving him “significant political influence in today’s Ukraine. His media assets were used to promote the 2019 election campaign of President Zelenskyy, whose hit shows previously aired on Kolomoisky’s network.”

The Servant of the People series itself was produced by Kvartal 95, the company founded by Zelensky, whose partners were implicated in a network of offshores by the Pandora Papers. After Zelensky’s ascension, key figures of Kvartal 95 joined Zelensky’s administration. Ivan Hennadiyovych Bakanov, for example, went from head of the production studio to the leader of the Security Service of Ukraine under Zelensky.

The show literally created Zelensky’s presidential persona, effectively allowing him to build an unofficial campaign against the incumbent administration until March 2018, when a political party named after the television series was registered with the Ministry of Justice. In December 2018, Zelensky officially announced his presidential candidacy on 1 1.

The Management of Fanaticism – PJ Media

In Beijing, the Communist Party, having decided it would eliminate the COVID-19 virus from China, has embarked on a program of population-movement control unparalleled in human history. Therefore Xi will persist against the virus, just as Putin will continue to batter against Ukraine, not in the hopes of actually solving the stated problem but because in ideological totalitarianism, fallibility is not an option. Because they are in violation of the First Law of Holes (“if you find yourself in a hole, stop digging”) the problem unsurprisingly gets bigger. Russia has threatened to deploy nuclear weapons to the Baltics if Finland and Sweden join NATO — which Putin’s invasion impels them to do. China’s COVID controls may fail to control the virus but still succeed in damaging its economy and stirring up political unrest. But no matter, gods cannot err.

Graveyards, false gods, I scuff
At pettiness which plays so rough
Walk upside-down inside handcuffs
Kick my legs to crash it off
Say okay, I have had enough
what else can you show me?

And if my thought-dreams could be seen
They’d probably put my head in a guillotine
But it’s alright, Ma, it’s life, and life only

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  • ghostsniper June 29, 2022, 2:04 PM

    “Twas always thus.”

  • ThisIsNotNutella June 29, 2022, 3:32 PM

    Gotta love the colour scheme of Epstein’s Pleasure Place. Suffice to say, that when I see it, I don’t immediately think of King Tut’s funeral mask or the *Greek* Flag.

    That filthy Kompromat-gathering Mossad Muppet thought it would be amusing to have under-age orgies wearing his team jersey under a golden dome… something rather symbolic, too.

  • julie June 29, 2022, 4:22 PM

    Billionaire Psycho wrote (at the link): Even to the point of paralysis and epileptic seizures, the obedient, trusting Normie will repeat his confession of religious faith, “This morning, I tested positive for COVID-19 and am currently experiencing mild symptoms. Grateful to be vaccinated, and for treatments like Paxlovid, praise be to the church of Pfizer, and for Moderna, who I have paid indulgences to spare my soul eternal damnation. I’m following health guidelines and will be isolating while I work remotely.”

    Good lord, I have seen almost exactly this missive from people I know. Sad.

  • Qulitarian June 29, 2022, 9:40 PM

    Les Wexner. Alan Dershowitz. Larry Summers. Mark Zuckerberg. Mort Zuckerman. Reid Hoffman. Harvey Weinstein. Lawrence Krauss. Woody Allen. Sergey Brin. Stephen Pinker. Leon Black. Chelsea Handler.

    Interesting. One wonders if there is some unifying element these people share.

    • ThisIsNotNutella June 29, 2022, 9:51 PM

      I’m struggling to make a Gonnection here. Did they fix the World Series or something?

      • Jake June 30, 2022, 5:29 AM

        Sons and daughters of Jacob.

  • jwm June 30, 2022, 7:07 AM

    Ironic lead-in with Robert Crumb’s Mr. Natural. Much as I love his work, Crumb is a dyed in the wool moonbat. For a while there was an R. Crumb page on facebarf. Probably still there. It was a toxic infestation of Trump derangement, and general woke-ism. Too bad. Crumb was one of the few cartoonists who could make me snort milk out of my nose.


    • Vanderleun June 30, 2022, 8:02 AM

      I knew, worked with, and published Crumb long ago and all I can say is that he hasn’t changed, the world has just evolved to look like his drawings.

  • pbird July 1, 2022, 9:07 PM

    I must say that anyone who would expect anything different from Crumb is pretty funny. He is.

    I see some um, mumbling, about Jews?