Feelings vs Facts

This is what the left watches on TV, and it’s targeted to people who make decisions purely based on emotions instead of, y’know, facts.

The reality is the last guy detained quite a few, and I can’t seem to recall any outrage when that was going on.

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These are low IQ lemmings who will chirp whatever the liberal mainstream media wants them to cry about at whatever time for whatever reason.  It’s a news cycle driven BS issue to distract from important matters like the IG report, or to distract from praise worthy President Trump accomplishments like the Singapore summit.  These people do not give two fucks about the children.

They play the game better

You have to tip your cap to the leftist traitors.  They simply do a better job getting their points across, and even while a minority still control the bitches in Congress on the so-called right.  More capitulation, treason, and cowardice from the RINOs.  Via Fox News:

House Republicans have revised the compromise bill to include a provision loosening rules that now limit the amount of time minors can be held to 20 days. Under the legislation, children could be detained with their parents for extended periods.

The revised provision also would give the Department of Homeland Security the authority to use $7 billion in border technology funding to pay for family detention centers, said a House Republican source.

Fact: it is not our fault that children are being separated by their parents.  It is entirely on the parent’s who break the law and bring their children into this dangerous situation.  The left has spun this to perfection, putting these coward RINOs on their heals backpedaling and scrambling to revise this as if it’s our problem.  Yes, loosen the rules, that’ll show ’em!  Even better, let’s take money away from border technology funding to pay for family detention centers so these poor invaders can stay together.  Pure lunacy.

Paul Ryan and his dogshit bill need to go.  Congressman Jim Jordan, a far more reasonable man trying to stick to his word, has got it right.  Via Breitbart:

The House will vote on two immigration bills this week, an amnesty bill supported by Speaker Paul Ryan and the Trump-endorsed bill sponsored by House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA).

The Ohio Republican then explained why conservatives support the Goodlatte bill over the Ryan amnesty bill, saying that “it’s the one that done with what’s consistent with the election. It says it will build the border security wall, end chain migration, stop the visa lottery, deal with sanctuary cities, reform the asylum law — right down the list of everything we know needs to happen and move to a merit-based [immigration system] and then we will deal with the DACA population.”

As for the Ryan bill, Jordan said, “I think they deal some good things on border security, I don’t think they go far enough with what we told the American people we were going to do. That’s the fundamental thing, that we keep our word and do what we can and campaigned on. That’s Chairman Goodlatte’s legislation.”

Congressman Jordan continued, “The Speaker’s legislation does not deal with sanctuary cities, doesn’t have E-Verify, and frankly doesn’t deal with the chain migration issue in the thorough way that I think it should be dealt with in Chairman Goodlatte’s legislation. It also says that the DACA population is expanded from those who just signed up for the DACA deferred action back when President Obama issued the executive order. … It has some good things in it but I don’t think it’s consistent with the full mandate that we told the American people we were going to do if they made Donald Trump and put Republicans in control of the House and the Senate.”

“It never hurts to keep your promises and keep your word,” the former House Freedom Caucus chairman said.

We’ll see how this all shakes out.  President Trump seems to be sticking to his guns, and God bless him for it.  Again, they’ve totally spun this in their favor.  The momentum needs to be shifted back on the fact that these are INVADERS plain and simple.  The vast majority of them are falsely seeking asylum.  True compassion is protecting our border to protect our citizens.  Many of whom have been raped and killed by people who shouldn’t have been here in the first place.

The moral authority on immigration

There’s nobody I love getting lectured by more when it involves separating children from parents than Planned Parenthood:

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“Keeping families together is reproductive justice.”  Says the same organization that literally sold body parts from aborted babies.  It still shocks me, though I don’t know why, at the level of stupidity of the people arguing that we’re tearing children away from their parents.  Here’s a thought: if you don’t want to get separated from your children don’t break into a country?  Pure lunacy.  Should I be outraged when I rob a bank and give the money to my kids and they take the money away from them too?  Do I deserve to be outraged when I’m separated from my kids when I’m thrown in jail because of it?

A Thought: Never ending guilt-tripping

Alex Kierkegaard is one of the foremost philosopher’s of our day.  He is the inevitable follow up to Nietzsche and I highly recommend his ever growing collection of aphorisms over at Orgy of the Will.  The other half of the coin of this site is for self improvement.  Sometimes what he has to say may seem harsh or hard to swallow, and you probably won’t agree with everything he has to say (but when has anyone ever agreed to everything someone has said?), but all great philosophy has that edge to it.  And for this Sunday I offer up one of his aphorisms:

820. Contemporary guilt-tripping has spiraled completely out of control, and what’s mind-boggling is that it’s only bound to worsen, even though one can hardly imagine what more there is to pity that we are not already hysterically exhorted to pity on a daily basis. I am supposed to feel sorry for the poor, the sick, the disabled, and even the dead, who can’t even feel anything any more. I should simultaneously pity the Jews for being slaughtered in the “Holocaust”, and the Palestinians whom the Jews are slaughtering today because of their troubled childhoods in German hands. I am expected to empathize with the blacks in Africa for living in shitholes, and the blacks in the West for being discriminated against. I should feel sorry for the Indians and the Chinese for living in disgustingly polluted environments and working for wretchedly low wages. My feelings must simultaneously “go out” to victims of terrorist outrages, and to the terrorists themselves who were pushed into these suicidal acts by fanatical clerics and traumatic formative experiences at the hands of “imperialist” American drone operators, all the while pitying the clerics themselves for being brainwashed by hypocritical religious founders that lived centuries ago, and of course the poor Americans who are off fighting and dying in the wars of the rich while seeing their own standards of living eroding year after year. And when the terrorists blow up entire towers full of rich people, I must of course pity the rich people too. I have to pity every single animal species ever: from whales and sharks, all the way down to rodents doused in shampoo and made to dance for views on YouTube, and back up again to mammoths killed off in ice ages and dinosaurs “humanized” in Hollywood movies. Then there’s the sad captive pandas in zoos that can’t have sex, the tiny aquatic micro-organisms choking on microplastics at the bottom of oceanic abysses, and the polar bears starving to death after having eaten all the remaining seals and penguins in the polar caps. And of course there’s the poor guys hated on because they like butt-sex, or the other poor guys who are so confused they don’t even know what kind of sex they like, then the peeps who don’t like sex at all, and those who are clinically addicted to it, and on and on it goes. Then there’s the short, the ugly, and the stupid, the autists who aren’t really sick, just special, the old who are infirm and helpless because they’ve lived a hundred fucking years, and finally the comfortable who’ve achieved the American dream but are depressed because they struggle to find meaning in all this “meaninglessness”. The latest fad in the pity hysteria is the one involving millionaire actresses that I am supposed to pity because they had sex with ageing producers to kickstart their careers. If male actors could ensure illustrious careers by merely banging an old woman for 40 minutes, the streets of Hollywood and Manhattan outside production offices would be lined with dudes with boner pills in their pockets, bitches! But the absolute rock-bottom in this direction was reached when the lowest orders in the straight white male hierarchy (it’s called the “manosphere” lol, as if there’s anything manly at all about whining) decided to jump on the victim bandwagon themselves and started whingeing about being divorce-raped out of their families and affirmative-actioned out of universities and workplaces, while seeing their countries bankrupted by millions of poor migrants (that we are also of course supposed to pity) leeching off their social systems’ lavish benefits. And if you think it can’t get worse, just wait until we get in touch with aliens! Yes, the subhumans will go that far: after all, why stop at suffering homo sapiens, or even merely terrestrial life, when there’s an entire UNIVERSE full of weak and declining lifeforms to pity? In fact we’ve already done worse than this, for what good Christian hasn’t been told to pity a god for suffering on a cross somewhere in a desert a few thousand years ago?
Pity for GOD: that’s how far the raging faculty of empathy will go when allowed to spiral completely out of whack.
But let me assure you, dear subhumans, that I, at least, have no need, and certainly no desire for your pity, as I sit back, crack open my popcorn, and enjoy observing the intractable forces that my predecessors and I have unleashed (it’s called intelligence), slowly, but surely and inevitably, flatten your entire world.

Never ever, ever, ever seek pity.  And doling out pity and guilting ourselves for every problem of every peoples ever will inevitably destroy us (and probably by extension them too) if we allow it to be our first and only objective.  The victim mindset is ultimately debilitating and defeatist.  I may point out a lot of the problems our society is facing, but they are pointed out so that we can adapt and improve to fix them.  Not to harp on them, or bitch and moan incessantly.  Always look inward for strength and resolve to overcome these obstacles.  And on a personal note for each and every one of us, it is far more empowering to take responsibility for our own lot in life than to constantly blame others for where we are.

Teacher forced to resign for refusing to abide by the SJW transgender narrative

An Indiana teacher was forced to resign because he wouldn’t call students whatever gender pronouns they were feeling that day.  He committed the crime of respecting biology.  Via the Federalist:

Local public officials have so far refused to publicly discuss the policies they put into place at the beginning of 2018 that John Kluge says led to his resignation in May. Brownsburg Community School Corporation, the district that employed Kluge, put out a transgender policy document in January instructing staff to call students by their chosen names and pronouns once they are so designated on school records. Kluge opted instead to address students by their last names to avoid either referring to his apparently several transgender students with pronouns and names of the opposite sex, or offending them by not doing as they wished despite its contradiction of reality.

That wasn’t good enough. At the school board meeting, students accused Kluge of saying that transgender persons “are not an actual human being” and “actively disrespect[ing]” them for not using opposite-sex pronouns to describe them.

“Mr. Kluge’s religious beliefs have absolutely no place in a public high school. I think what he believes is morally just conflicts with what not only I believe, [but] what my parents believe, what my psychiatrist, therapist and doctor believe and the school board believe are morally just,” said student Aidyn Sucec. Kluge’s beliefs are not merely moral, but also scientific. Scientifically, there are only two sexes. “Gender” is a linguistic term for a non-physical concept.

Everyone should respect the wishes of this student.  Her (his?) beliefs supersede that of Mr Kluge’s, clearly.  I mean, c’mon.  Even her psychiatrist thinks so!

As I’ve said before, these people are sick and deserve our compassion and help.  One way to help them is to not indulge in their fantasies.  We are told to respect them for who they are, but they don’t even respect themselves for who they were.  But it all makes total sense in this SJW infested world.

If you haven’t read it yet, I highly recommend Vox Day’s SJWs Always Lie: Taking Down the Thought Police and the sequel SJWs Always Double Down: Anticipating the Thought Police (The Laws of Social Justice), both of which add so much incite into how these things happen.  Part of the grand globalist strategy is to infiltrate our education system and infect our kids with 12+ years of indoctrination into their sick ideas and beliefs.  This case is a prime example.  Notice how the parents of children at this school reacted when they discovered this transgender policy was very quietly put in in the first place:

Parents Flood Board Meeting: ‘Why Weren’t We Notified?’

The school district’s policy document says students may change their sex designation and name on school records with parental permission and “a letter from a health care professional.” It also says teachers and staff who refer to such children with the pronouns and name that correspond to their biological sex will be liable for unspecified professional consequences if the teacher did so on purpose or  more than once.

“lt is the employee’s professional responsibility to follow the expectations and guidelines” of the school district, the document says several times. ” lt is our expectation that teachers use the pronoun associated with the gender as it appears in PowerSchool. lf they/them is requested, we expect that pronoun to be used as well,”  the document says.”

More than 200 parents flooded the local school board meeting Monday at which Kluge was allowed the usual two minutes to plead his case. “Many of the parents at Monday night’s meeting said they were unaware that this accommodation was in place for transgender students and are uncomfortable with its implications for their children,” reported the Indianapolis Star. “Landon Chapman said he’s not comfortable with students who were born male being able to use the same female restroom as his daughter. ‘Why is it that parents weren’t notified?’ he asked the board.”

During the two-hour public comment period, school board members merely thanked people for their comments and refused to talk about the district’s pro-transgender policies, which include allowing students to use the bathrooms and locker rooms of the opposite sex. The district’s policy document says their policies are a direct result of court decisions and federal regulations.

Yet courts have so far handed down mixed decisions on transgender students and the Trump administration rescinded the Obama administration’s push for transgender preferences in public schools. Most courts forcing transgender policies on schools are reinterpreting the word “sex” inside the federal Title IX law to mean “self-description of gender” instead, despite the lack of precedent or sense for doing so.

This is how it happens.  They creep in slowly and quietly and it’s a gradual takeover.  As with the parents above, once this was made public there was an outcry.  This is why we need to constantly out this crap and make it known for all to see.

Crypto: Beware of Coinbase

Andrew Torba, creator of free speech platform Gab, was just banned from Coinbase:

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Andrew sums it up nicely.  The whole draw to crypto is the decentralized aspect of it.  Exchanges like Coinbase, while definitely making it easier to trade from USD to certain cryptos, especially with those not very familiar with crypto, should be used with caution.  At the very least, after you make the exchange get your money off there immediately.  This should serve as a stark warning.  They’ll come for your money whether it’s the US Dollar or crypto based.  Policing on exchanges like this based on users and content is worrying.  Alt-tech needs to continue to rise and make alternatives.  Hitting them where it hurts in the wallet is the only way things will change.

Round One goes to Jared Taylor

A California Supreme Court Judge rejected Twitter’s request to dismiss a lawsuit brought on by Jared Taylor for banning his and American Renaissance’s Twitter accounts.  Press Release:

Judge Kahn recognized Taylor’s claim under California’s Unfair Competition Law (UCL) that Twitter could be, in effect, guilty of false advertising by holding itself out as a public forum for free speech while reserving the right to ban the expression of ideas with which it disagrees. Judge Kahn also recognized Taylor’s claim under the UCL that Twitter’s terms of service—according to which it claims the right to ban any user any time for any reason—may well be “unconscionable,” and a violation of the law.

In oral argument, Judge Kahn asked: “Twitter can discriminate on the basis of religion, or gender, or sexual preference, or physical disability, or mental disability?” Counsel for Twitter conceded that it claimed that right—even though it would never exercise it. Judge Kahn denied that Twitter has such a right.

This is the first time censorship by a social media platform—an increasingly widespread practice seen by many as discrimination against conservative viewpoints—has been found actionable under state or federal law. This finding could have far-reaching consequences for other internet platforms that have become essential vehicles for the expression of ideas but that silence voices with which they disagree.

This lawsuit has larger free speech implications as well that extend far beyond this one case.  Social media giants like Twitter and Facebook have time and again silenced those exhibiting wrongthink, better known as conservatives or any other person or group spreading ideas and information that do not fit the official narrative.  After the momentous 11/8/16 they’ve clamped down with much more ferocity against dissenting ideas.  This is a first step that couldn’t come soon enough.  Here’s hoping for the best in the upcoming lawsuit.