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Submitted for Your Approval: “The rule of the worthy means the coerced obedience of the rest. “

The Toxic Femininity of Hate Speech – William M. Briggs

“Hate crimes” are effeminate. It isn’t that motive in crime is unimportant when considering crime, but calling “hate” a crime is absurd because it punishes thought, not actions. It’s not even the accused who gets to say what he thought. The accuser’s word is taken as sufficient proof of thoughtcrime.

“Hate speech” is therefore matriarchal because it’s all about feelz, and nothing else. To bar speech that might hurt feelz is toxic femininity.

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is banning speech deemed by the ladies “insulting” or “demeaning”.

Fifteen Years Forsaken • Damn Interesting

It was just past 10:20 that night and Lafargue was in his cabin when two sharp bumps shook L’Utile. They were not very violent, but every sailor on board knew what they meant: L’Utile had just struck ground. They hardly had time to recover before a third, much harder jolt convulsed the vessel. Desperately, unable to see the obstacle, the crew tried to veer about, but all this did was expose the flanks of the ship to the current. Huge swells caught at it, and breakers crashed down on its deck. The waves that had seemed so calm all day had L’Utile in their grip, hammering it against the unknown shoal on which they had foundered.

In the hold, Lafargue’s 160 newly purchased slaves were screaming.

The future of freedom | the fifth wave

The rule of the worthy means the coerced obedience of the rest.  Like children, the masses will get into trouble if they escape parental discipline.  That has been the traditional view of the relationship of the human organism to freedom, from the time of the pharaohs to that of Pol Pot.  Only “the best” can stand the temptations of power.  Membership in this exclusive club has varied, depending on the culture and the temper of the times — but it has always been a minority.  The most extreme version was surely the “fuehrer principle,” in which “the best” was reduced to one. 

For an honest account of this principle, we must turn to Plato rather than Hitler: 

 The greatest principle of all is that nobody, whether male or female, should be without a leader.  Nor should the mind of anybody be habituated to letting him do anything at all on his own initiative; neither out of zeal, nor even playfully.  But in war and in the midst of peace   to his leader he shall direct his eye and follow him faithfully.  And even in the smallest matter he should stand under leadership.  For example, he should get up, or wash, or take his meals — only if he has been told to do so.  In a word, he should teach his soul, by long habit, never to dream of acting independently, and to be utterly incapable of it. 

Explosive study claims to prove Chinese scientists created COVID

British Professor Angus Dalgleish and Norwegian scientist Dr. Birger Sørensen wrote they’ve had primary evidence   of retro-engineering in China  since last year, but were ignored by academics and major medical journals, The Daily Mail reported Saturday, citing the soon-to-be-published study.

Correlations between estimates of state IQ and FBI crime statistics – ScienceDirect

Previous research suggests that crime is negatively associated with IQ at the individual level and the aggregate state level. The purpose of the present study was to further explore the relationship between state IQ estimates and various categories of violent and property crimes. State demographic information including the gross state product, pupil/teacher ratio, and percent Black, Asian, and Hispanic were included in the correlational analyses. State IQ was significantly and negatively correlated with the violent crimes of murder, aggravated assault and robbery as well as the property crimes of motor vehicle theft, theft and burglary. Additionally, regression analyses were conducted for each crime significantly related to state IQ, controlling for significant state demographic variables. In general, results suggest that the prevalence of both violent and property crimes is associated with lower state IQs.

The Fate of the Peoples of the World – PaulCraigRoberts.org Today in America is it far more dangerous to dissent from the official narrative than it is in Russia or even in China. 

Essentially, in American free thought is dead, suppressed as it is by the print, TV, radio, and digital gatekeepers and by the universities which are reconstructing American history and society with white guilt and wokism.

Of all the peoples the white ethnicities of the Western World have the poorest outlook.  The reason is the white peoples have lost confidence from decades of indoctrination against themselves by white intellectuals and Jewish cultural Marxists.  Today the governments in the US, Canada, UK, and Western Europe give preference to people of color, including illegal immigrants, over the native born white ethnicities who are facing replacement in their own countries.  As long ago as the 1970s Jean Raspail could see the collapse in white confidence and told its consequences in his novel, The Camp of the Saints. The novel is so correctly descriptive of our time that the novel is essentially banned from public discussion, and the demonization of Raspail is underway.

The Fate of the Peoples of the World – PaulCraigRoberts.org

By constantly emphasizing the deaths of blacks at the hands of police and never reporting the larger number of whites who die at the hands of police, the national media intentionally created the impression among blacks that police kill blacks for racial motives. These feelings were hyped to a level that a video reflecting camera perspective bias, which made it look as if police officer Chauvin had a knee on George Floyd’s neck while Floyd complained that he couldn’t breathe, was all that was required to convict an innocent man.  This video was shown repeatedly for weeks nationally and polluted every jury pool.  Chauvin went to trial already convicted… Indeed, as the world had not been shown repeatedly the police video during the weeks leading up to the trial, no one would have accepted a verdict of innocence, which is what the actual evidence demanded.

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  • rabbit tobacco May 29, 2021, 7:36 PM

    What ever happened to the old saying,
    “sticks and stones may break my bones,
    but words will never hurt me”?

  • gwbnyc May 29, 2021, 9:05 PM
  • Steve (retired/recovering lawyer) May 30, 2021, 3:30 AM

    Rabbit Tobacco got me reminiscing about my upbringing. Mother always admonished me to refrain from saying anything about another person unless I could say something nice. She also instructed me, after someone else had been unkind to me verbally that, although sticks and stones would break my bones, words could never hurt. I also accepted that admonition as wisdom. After all, my mother wouldn’t give me bad advice, would she? Yet, now that I reflect on this, I realize how very contrary were the messages she inculcated in me.

    On one hand, I was to tolerate without complaining the insults and verbal assaults inflicted on me; on the other, I was never to retaliate, or initiate, in kind. As a white, Christian youth, I absorbed these admonitions, as did most of us, I suspect. Now we find ourselves governed by not-so-caring mother figures, grotesquely perverted authoritarians all, both female and, regrettably, male, who wish to compel us to remain silent in the face of escalating attacks. In fact, it seems that we are now expected to remain silent and passive, or worse, to accept as our just due the attacks on our persons, our psyches, our possessions, our very existence inflicted on us by others to whom we can never, ever respond, whether in word or deed. I respected my mother out of a mutual filial affection, which is natural. I am not required, by any law of nature or religion to equally respect the others, who do not seek to benefit me in any way and, much to the contrary, seek only my destruction and the deconstruction of the world in which I live. So, I conclude that I am no longer willing to accede to these mutually conflicting pieces of advice, nor required to do so. And if “they” can’t take a joke, well, you know the rest of that saying.

  • jwm May 30, 2021, 5:34 AM

    Well said. Very well said.


  • Richard May 30, 2021, 6:28 AM

    Explosive study claims to prove Chinese scientists created COVID>>>

    In consideration of many of the comments I have read here concerning this scandal/ crime, I realize I’m preaching to the choir. Still, many of you Facebook, or use other social platform protocols, so I’ve listed the links for sharing with others. It’s beyond discouraging that the people who are responsible for this ongoing crime against humanity will never be held accountable for their diabolical actions.
    Presumably the scientist/doctor knows how to science.
    Compounding the crimes inflicted on an unsuspecting world are the outrageous refusals to allow proven treatments in mitigating the Wuhan virus. But then the FDA’s emergency act to allow unproven vaccines would have been nullified by these same treatment modalities. Way too much money to be made, doncha know.

  • Kevin in PA May 30, 2021, 7:00 AM

    Richard said,
    “It’s beyond discouraging that the people who are responsible for this ongoing crime against humanity will never be held accountable for their diabolical actions.”

    With all due respect, how do you know no one will be held accountable?

    I have to tell you (not just you, Richard) that I am sick of the defeatist attitude on so prevalent since Nov. 3, 2020. This is not an American attitude. This is the attitude of the loser, the quitter, the unsuccessful. I believe that people who understand the truth have a duty to speak that truth. Speak truth even if it costs you something. Because perpetuating a lie makes you complicit in the lie. Speak the truth in the face of their damed lies.
    Furthermore, if everyone who says, “nothing can be done” went out and did something constructive we could fix this problem.
    Suggestion – Call your state rep. Call your congressional rep. Send letters and emails to them as well. If they do not respond, hound them. Go to their offices. Get vocal with your local reps. Mine has come to dread my queries and rants. Fuck him.
    Refuse to comply with mask mandates.
    Send letters to the places where you shop and demand that they rescind the ineffective mask requirements. Contact the big corporations that have gone woke. Let them know they will never have another dollar of your money.

    If we fail this it is our failure alone. There is no one else to blame. We allowed it to happen with all this whining about “nothing I can do” and “they won’t be held accountable”.

    And even if we fail, I must believe in my heart that the wrong-doers will ultimately be held accountable on judgement day. And all those who quit and said, “nothing can be done” will also be found wanting on that day of judgement.

    Our enemies want us to be discouraged. It helps them to gain traction among the ignorant. They wish for our complacency. It makes them stronger. Don’t give them what they want. Resist.

  • ghostsniper May 30, 2021, 7:19 AM

    Perhaps it is a matter of luck along with unintended consequences to a long line of choices, but I can no longer believe just about anything put out there by anyone. Particularly on the web and TV. I have very little exposure to any other means of conveyance.

    Having been online in one form or another since 1988 I have a list of sources for information that spans 20 years or more, that have proven themselves honest over the long haul. Similarly, there are other sources that have proven themselves dishonest all along.

    About 15 years ago I got into an argument with Glenn Reynolds over a matter centered in the constitution where he revealed his true criminal character. Unfortunately I did not capture the URL of that exchange at the time and it is irretrievable now. I have mentioned this flaw of Reynolds to others over the years since and nobody can believe he did what he did. Whatever, everybody gets to believe what they want, and with no evidence I don’t blame anyone for not believing me.

    I had a similar experience with the renown constitutional scholar Jonathan Turley back in the rabid days of USENET in the late 90’s. His handle then was Krow, and he assumed he could force his interpretation of certain parts of the constitution on others including me, and I took him to task as well. I couple weeks later he and I got into digital fisticuffs again and I manipulated the situation in such a way that he had to publicly admit I was right.

    The web makes a soapbox available for any kind of shyster you can imagine and if you struggle to recognize, in the real world, any given persons character quickly you are primed to be taken advantage of. I believe most people today are too quick to trust words discovered on the web, probably because of laziness, and a lower intelligence quotient.

  • SoylentGreen May 30, 2021, 8:44 AM

    Ghost: The mention of Glenn Reynolds brings up a ghost from my past but I haven’t paid any attention to him in about 5 years. I just went looking for evidence of his “criminal character” but only found inconclusive possibilities. Can you clarify?

  • ghostsniper May 30, 2021, 9:19 AM

    SG: I don’t remember the exact details now but it centered on that old trope about the constitution “guaranteeing” my rights. I told Reynolds it does nothing of the such and that that parchment under glass has nothing to do with me at all.

  • SoylentGreen May 30, 2021, 10:12 AM

    Got it. and agreed. I can see where one might argue on semantics of the statement. I think Reynolds was and still may be on a kick to resurrect another constitutional convention. I’m certainly not setting a bookmark to cause me to frequent Instapundit.

  • Anonymous May 30, 2021, 11:14 AM

    Just received a “social message” regarding parenting from the office of the CEO of The Popcorn Factory.

    My response is as follows:

    Dear CEO – your business is to shill popcorn and other junk, not manage the social ecosphere. Because you sent this message you will no longer have my patronage.

    Just shut the f*** up.

    Thank you.

    Every business from whom I receive this intrusion receives the same response. Target, Kohl’s, Netflix and affiliates, Bombas, and Amazon (not entirely – but severely restricted use) have all felt the wrath of my scorn for this progressive pandering. Additionally, I do not pay one dime of interest on my credit cards. Do they care and or even see my responses? Don’t know and don’t care – at least they aren’t enriched by me.

  • James ONeil May 30, 2021, 11:44 AM

    I still review Reynolds instapundit every morning for an overview of popular news. I don’t have to, nor do I by a longshot always, agree with his (now their) takes. I do find it an excellent starting point, finding subjects about which I wish to seek more information. I do comment there infrequently and have only been flamed once for criticizing the master. 😉

  • ghostsniper May 30, 2021, 2:25 PM

    When a man earns his daily bread solely through the merits of his words and deeds he hones his tools like he means it. When a man earns his daily bread under the watchful eye of a tyrant he learns to lie without flinching.

    I like snakes, always have, every type, especially sidewinders. Find em mesmerizing, interesting. Armless and legless they come into this world with a chip on their shoulder, everybody owes them something and they’re going to take it if they get the chance. But I never touch snakes, I am aware of their magic, their cunning, their single motive, I give them wide berth, and I’m ever watchful of them. We exist peacefully because that is what I want.