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Strange Daze: Sunday Go-To-Meeting Edition

A Breakup Letter…to Society – Dear Society,

I see you now in the cold light of day, and I don’t know you anymore. You were once strong and kept your promises. You helped me and I helped you. You listened to those who had hard truths to tell and learned from them.

Now, you are withered, starved, and addicted. So many pieces of you that once shone are missing. Lost forever. The light has gone from your eyes. You look only for control over others and use your friends in your games. You hate those who aren’t obsessed by the things you are, the needle, the fear, the self-destruction. You do not know love anymore.

You move towards those who wish you ill more than those who love you. I will not watch you decline a moment longer.

I cannot be here.


“We are born into this time and must bravely follow the path to the destined end. There is no other way. Our duty is to hold on to the lost position, without hope, without rescue, like that Roman soldier whose bones were found in front of a door in Pompeii, who, during the eruption of Vesuvius, died at his post because they forgot to relieve him. That is greatness. That is what it means to be a thoroughbred. The honorable end is the one thing that can not be taken from a man.”— Oswald Spengler

In the Depression, banks simply closed. No money for you. That, alone, should have wised the whole world up. They also gleefully let the .GOV riffle through “safe deposit boxes” (two lies for one) and take contraband gold specie at the government-set price. How white of them. If your grandfather had buried an ounce of gold in 1932, it’d be worth upwards of $1700 now. The government paid $20 and change per ounce then. $20 then went farther, but even invested, it wouldn’t be likely worth $1700 now. Get a clue. Raconteur Report: For A Rainy Day

From The Week That Perished –   So it was a bit baffling last week when thousands of French folk took to the streets of Paris and other major cities to protest the Macron government’s plan to require vaccine passports (called “health passes”) for all residents who wish to venture into public places. “Mon Dieu,” the Frenchies cried, “how dare you tell us that we cannot eat at a restaurant or go to the movies or visit a mall without proof of vaccination!” Yes, the imbéciles who’ve been perfectly fine with surrendering every other right have finally drawn a line…a day late and a euro short. The gendarmes dispersed the protesters and everyone went home to sit in silence in a dark room, saddled with the crushing realization that they’re French.

The Airstream Funeral Coach, ca 1980s 

The Great Debate –   Maybe in the 1980s corporate America was the target of the left, but today they are at the top of the progressive stack. The NFL is now politically gay, along with every other sports league. Hollywood has unleashed a tsunami of anti-white propaganda on the country. Silicon Valley actively works with the left to suppress enemies of the progressive faith. Wall Street denies people access to the financial system if they have the wrong thoughts. Note also that the radicals in the streets, in the classrooms, and in the media enjoy unconditional support from corporate America. If we still enforced truth in advertising, Antifa protesters would be festooned with ads like race car drivers. The past eighteen months of civil unrest were made possible by capitalists. They say they love “free markets,” but what they really seem to love is the war on white people.

Vintage Covers Publications: Archive



“I don’t understand why people insist on pitting concepts of evolution and creation against each other. Why can’t they see that spiritualism and science are one? That bodies evolve and souls evolve and the universe is a fluid package that marries them both in a wonderful package called a human being. What’s wrong with that idea?”
― Garth Stein, The Art of Racing in the Rain


Single (Right-Handed) Japanese man, 51, almost masturbates himself to death after suffering a stroke moments after he ejaculated. 

The 2nd Amendment is Obsolete, Says Congressman Who Wants To Nuke Omaha | Let’s be super generous. I’m talking absurdly generous, and say that a full 99% of US gun owners say won’t somebody think of the children and all hold hands and sing kumbaya, so that then you are only dealing with the angriest, listless malcontents who hate progress… These are those crazy, knuckle dragging bastards who you will have to put in the ground.

And there are 650,000 of them.

To put that into perspective, we were fighting 22,000 insurgents in Iraq, a country which would fit comfortably inside Texas with plenty of room to spare. This would be almost 30 times as many fighters, spread across 22 times the area.

A tale of two — make that three — bridges:

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Laughing At The Devil: 9mm Edition Ridicule is a terror weapon. Making your enemy look ridiculous can be more effective than a bullet between the eyes. For one thing, it deters others from following in his path. For another, it energizes your side by reminding them that public-spirited activism isn’t all marches, placards, and speeches.

The Weird Strategy Dr. Seuss Used to Create His Greatest Work (And Why You Should Use It Too) Cerf proposed the bet and challenged that Dr. Seuss would not be able to write an entertaining children’s book using only 50 different words.

Dr. Seuss took the bet and won. The result was a little book called Green Eggs and Ham. Since publication, Green Eggs and Ham has sold more than 200 million copies, making it the most popular of Seuss’s works and one of the best-selling children’s books in history.

WOULDN’T YOU? Google co-founder Larry Page ‘has been off the grid, hiding out on Fijian islands’ |  According to Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Page has a net worth of approximately $117 billion making him the sixth-wealthiest person in the world, one seat above Brin and one seat below Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg.

And his wealth allowed him to enter Fiji even as the country closed its borders to traditional travelers, sources told Insider. Fiji’s ‘Blue Lane’ initiative lets the super-wealthy visit the archipelago on their superyachts and private jets, even when other travelers were banned.

‘Super yachts are welcomed with open arms for which access procedures are easier, while for sailing boats like ours it is not easy,’ Lorenzo Cipriani wrote in his blog post.

‘The government are promoting a campaign welcoming those who have a lot of money to spend and are awaiting the arrival of hundreds of luxury yachts.’

Long ago the country bore the country-town and nourished it with her best blood. Now the giant city sucks the country dry, insatiably and incessantly demanding and devouring fresh streams of men, till it wearies and dies in the midst of an almost uninhabited waste of country.”
― Oswald Spengler, The Decline of the West


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  • John Venlet July 25, 2021, 11:44 AM

    Stein, “What’s wrong with that idea?”

    Nothing, if you’re a Buddist, a hippy, a new age mystic, etcetera, etcetera.

  • ghostsniper July 25, 2021, 11:48 AM

    Gun control debates are initiated by people that have little knowledge of the subject matter. People that know what they are talking about don’t debate gun control. As far as the 2nd goes, it has everything to do with the gov’t criminals and has nothing to do with me. They could abolish the 2nd tomorrow and it still has nothing to do with me. Know why? I don’t need their permission for anything at all.

  • Richard July 25, 2021, 11:51 AM

    1) Heat inequality? So now Gaia is a racist? And here I thought ze simply had to be a poc.
    2) Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn long ago assumed the mantle of a man for all seasons. History’s been rhyming for a spell now.

  • Jack Crevalle July 25, 2021, 12:30 PM

    Translation from Turkish

    The footage is from Artvin, Double Bridge. There are two bridges, one new and one old. The new one was built to pass people, animals and vehicles, and the old one was built to pass through people, animals and vehicles and water underneath.

  • EX-Californian Pete July 25, 2021, 12:55 PM

    “HEAT INEQUALITY?” Ha ha ha ha ha haaaa!
    What about “cold inequality?” Why do those darn Eskimoes get all the cold air in Summer, when millions elsewhere are forced to use air conditioning?

    What about “fire inequality?” Why do all the lucky folks in the western states get millions of acres of fire, while most of us have to hear our homes & our water, or pay for natural gas to cook our food?

    And what about “water inequality?” Geesh! All of us spoiled, white-privileged Mid-westerners should be forced to re-rout the Mississippi and Ohio rivers and give away at least half the water in our Great Lakes to those poor folks who live in ‘natural deserts’ that were made habitable by stealing water from other states!

    And I’m all for “C.R.T.”- the Caucasian Resistance Team.

    So, the libtard Congressman wants to force a “buy back” of Americans’ guns? If those stupid “buybacks” work, then why don’t the Libtard a-holes start by doing “buybacks” on heroin, fentanyl, meth, and opioids instead of guns? MOLON LABE, dumbass.

    On a bittersweet note, stock prices have dropped noticeably on bulk lead lately. Can anyone guess why I’m happy about that?

  • Hale Adams July 25, 2021, 1:17 PM

    Re: Larry Page in the Fijian Islands …….

    Why am I reminded of the Edgar Allen Poe story, “Masque of the Red Death”?

    As for the video of the bridges …..

    Jack beat me to the punch on the translation of the caption for the movie of the flood, but I think Google Translate does a better job of letting the sarcasm of the writer’s words come through:

    “Images from Artvin, Çifteköprü. There are two bridges, one new and one old. The new one was built so that people, animals and vehicles could pass over it, and the old one was built so that people, animals and vehicles could pass over it, and water under it.”

    Hale Adams
    Pikesville, People’s still-mostly Democratic Republic of Maryland

  • John Venlet July 25, 2021, 1:38 PM

    They could abolish the 2nd tomorrow and it still has nothing to do with me. Know why? I don’t need their permission for anything at all.

    You are absolutely correct, Ghostsniper, and I’ll add that what you own is private property. I don’t care if it’s a gun, a lawnmower, or your toothbrush. If you purchased it, it has become your private property.

  • LadyBikki July 25, 2021, 1:58 PM

    To Whom it May Concern
    I am not dead, starved or addicted.
    I have hidden my face from those who are not worthy, yes, those who do not recognize worth that has nothing to do with wealth.
    I have secreted myself away in the hills and dells in the country, far, far away from the sickened sycophantic wastrels who garner so much attention.
    And I wait…I will return.
    Sincerely yours,

  • PA Cat July 25, 2021, 2:58 PM

    The “Evil Spirits of the Modern Daily Press” cartoon piqued my curiosity because the artist’s signature is actually (by today’s standards) legible. So I did a search, and found a biography of him on a website called Comiclopedia. Syd B. Griffin (1854-1923) was a late 19th/early 20th-century American cartoonist who worked for Judge and Puck; he also created a few newspaper comic strips, none of which lasted very long. Samples of Griffin’s work can be found at https://www.lambiek.net/artists/g/griffin_syd.htm?lan=english

    Warning to the terminally sensitive: Griffin’s oeuvre includes cartoons published in the New York World in 1900 under the title “Four Comical [synonym for POCs].” The co-editor of the site is Kjell Knudde, a Belgian historian of pop culture, including newspaper comics. You might enjoy browsing around Comiclopedia before the usual suspects get it purged from the Innertubes.

  • Dirk July 25, 2021, 3:04 PM

    Why do people-try to complicate things?

    History is repeating itself. Those before us found Reasonable Solutions, we will too!

    The glass is half full!

    If you, your family are wishful for Govt to take care of you, protect you, not only do you have a problem, you ARE the problem.

    Stand up, sound off, live life like you earned it,,,,,,,, or stole it.

    Had a dear old friend mentor tell me last week. We’ll so-far Communism’s not so bad. I laughed told the old goat “ give it time”! The guys 83/4 years old.


  • Walter Sobchak July 25, 2021, 5:37 PM

    “$20 then went farther, but even invested, it wouldn’t be likely worth $1700 now. Get a clue. Raconteur Report: For A Rainy Day”

    He is wrong. Such is the power of compounding that a return of 5.9% would have turned $20 into 1700.

    However if you had just had some faith in the power of the American Economy and put your money into the S&P 500 index in 1933, your return would have been 7.56% without dividend reinvestment and 11.47% with dividend reinvestment.

    If you had invested your $20 in the S&P 500 in 1933, you would have $282,445 now.

    No one ever got rich selling the United States of America short.


  • John the River July 26, 2021, 4:18 AM

    No one ever got rich selling the United States of America short.

    And then there was Joe Biden.

  • Jeff Brokaw July 26, 2021, 7:47 AM

    I came here to say what Walter S said. Gold is worth owning but don’t think of it as an appreciating asset like, say, an S&P 500 index ETF or a growth-focused mutual fund or ETF over a long enough timeline (5-10 years minimum).

    Markets go up 4 out of 5 years. Realists and optimists take those 4 years of gains happily and endure the 5th year, still far ahead, while gold bugs obsess over that 5th year and pretend the other 4didn’t happen. (*shrugs*)

  • James ONeil July 26, 2021, 9:15 AM

    Gold? I’ve a little.
    Silver? I’ve a bit more, when the fit hits the shan I suspect one ounce silver rounds will be an acceptable medium of exchange, meanwhile the value’s more than doubled since my purchases.
    Banks; I’m moving my assets out of Wells Fargo into two local banks. Ultimately I’d like to get them into store-able, usable, transportable, exchangeable hard goods sitting on my property.

    I’ve around 3 cords of dried firewood, felled and bucked another cord and a half so far this summer, still need to split it before snowfall. I get in some target practice pretty much every week; modern arms, black power percussion or air. I do a little forge work and/or smelting just to be sure I still can. I keep enough gasoline on hand to assure I, mine and a boat can get from here the 300 some odd miles to the coast if necessary.

    Yep Strange Daze, but if you keep on going and watch where you put your feet, it really don’t make no nevermind.

  • Dirk July 26, 2021, 11:10 AM

    James, before you move your money, consider a smaller credit union. Members owned, G7 rules don’t seem to apply. A huge difference in rules, remember being a member makes you an owner, with zero fiduciary responsibilities.

    Moved our accounts to smaller credit unions forty years ago. IF I need a loan I literally have the paperwork done in two hours, cashiers check in hand.

    Their is a down side. When we travel we must contact the CU, and detail where we’re going to protect from fraud.