Monday, November 19, 2018

Number Crunch, 2018

California's raging firestorms will claim lives long after their voracious weapons of flame become a terrible memory.  Burning furniture and myriad other products composed of plastics and various petroleum-based chemical substances have already converted into smoky toxins destined to enter human and animal lungs, blood streams and eventually vital organs, putting more lives into health jeopardy than one can imagine.  And what of flaming areas where nuclear materials were once allegedly stored?  These fires aren't merely a disaster, they're an unfolding catastrophe possibly ticking like a time bomb affecting Californians, places and distant lives yet unknown.


Everybody wants the good life, the fairytale existence.  Sometimes too much of a good thing attracts too many people to enjoy it, and numbers alone become irresistible when fires start or when the hurricane or tornado come.  There can be no escape during the tragic fury when there are too many to escape in the first place, or when the nurturing earth itself turns on you. 

No, this is not a tree-hugger speech.  It's a numbers speech.

While California legislators whiled away their days by planning a hundred ways to depress citizen rights and increase taxes to accommodate criminal border jumpers instead of being vigilant, inevitable flaming destruction waited patiently.  As usual, fire and police personnel bore the brunt of bad decisions as we were again reminded that in the midst of chaos all the Ph.Ds and master's degrees in the world aren't much good outside of the fantasy world we establish.  Doctoral theses burn as easily as forests when calamity strikes, leaving behind only a page asking, Oh My, What Now?

Unfortunately, firestorms can evidence their presence in other forms, such as thousands of leftist-organized Hondurans, other Central Americans and terrorist elements believing it their destiny and right to invade the United States.  Currently, Mexicans in Tijuana do not enjoy hosting their America-bound "guests" who have planted themselves at the Mexican border.  Nor should we in the U.S.

Numbers.  It is always about the numbers.

Recent estimates of an extraordinary loss of animal and plant species around the world just since the 1970s-- and we aren't jumping on the "climate change" bandwagon to make this point -- demonstrate that we haven't become much smarter in our human "advancement."  Personally, we think it unlikely that humans as we know us will be around in 200 years, but the future might be far different if human reproduction is curbed and the Earth's other occupants no longer face extermination by destructive processes some of us refer to as building something better. Yes, there are times when even we dive deep and believe that cutting the world's human population by a few billion is essential.  Taking individual responsibility is the best way to go, but, well, good luck with that when you're up against world religions and other dictators of consequence.

Remember.  It is always about the numbers.

Tiny UFO comment:  Regarding that Irish pilot UFO sighting -- quick as a wink, I heard the instant oatmeal explanation, guaranteed to blow up like an inflatable raft whenever the "U" term is mentioned in the press: It MUST have been a meteor or meteorites (sigh. . .sigh. . .).  Whether this is the explanation in the end, the almost infantile urge of self-proclaimed experts to rush forward with The Ultimate Solution prior to a thorough investigation never fails to disappoint.

Monday, November 12, 2018

Bits and Pieces for November 2018

ABC-TV interviews Michelle Obama:  Why?  Is she running for something?  Is her book going to crash, make that undersell, like Hillary's did?  Does anybody really care about her views regarding Trump, who has so far done more for the U.S. than her hubby could even imagine in a dream?  Is her husband -- seemingly toxic to nearly every Democrat candidate he touches on the campaign trail, suddenly relevant?  Is Marxism back in style?  Must we be re-reminded of the now extraordinarily wealthy two (man oh man, there's obviously big money potential for being a community organizer. . .) who smiled and said nice things while the country was allowed, if not encouraged, to deteriorate in many aspects for eight years?  Are we intended to sob for Michelle and her strength?  Was Robin Roberts playing hero worship for an hour Sunday evening?  The most interesting thing missing in this kissy-face hour was the DNC coming forward to explain why a photo of husband B. Obama standing next to Louis Farrakhan was deliberately hidden away for years as one and all did their part to distance B.O. from the Nation of Islam's racist, America-hating leader.  Obamas, please go away; the damage inflicted upon the country and, frankly, the black community which was given to expect miracles, proved immensely negative, in our opinion.

Jerry Brown, California fires and Jerry Brown and Jerry Brown:  Before California lefties piss and moan about Trump's condemnation of those who are supposed to tend the state's forests, let's remember that the issue of burning away old forest undergrowth while it's still manageable has been in the spotlight -- and ignored -- for years.  When the blazing inferno eventually ends and questions are asked as they should be, angry inquiries must first and foremost be directed to departing governor Brown and to a gaggle of leftists in both the political and so-called environmental arena who might have taken steps to prevent a significant share of forest fire disasters.  The human sprawl across the state kinda makes it difficult for fires to avoid killing folks, too, so proper forest management becomes all the more important.  Don't expect much more from the new governor, either, unless logical heads in California can somehow displace the air in his head with a functioning brain which doesn't topple to the left side.  Up front:  The guilty will blame the usual suspect, climate change.

CNN and Jim Acosta:  Not, not, not a journalist.  If he must attend White House press briefings, consider insisting that he enter a cage wearing a Hannibal Lecter-style bite guard mask.

Roe vs. Wade:  Republicans, we're telling ya, leave it alone.  Sorry if it conflicts with your religions, but taking this one down may start a spiral you won't be able to stop regarding other established legislation.  The unavoidable clash between those who believe babies are a gift from God and those who see each human birth as just one more annoyance or danger to a fragile overpopulated ecosystem cannot be abated in the courts.

Hollywood celebrities failed miserably in seeing the candidates they supported win.  Why would anybody take the advice of folks who spend 24/7 living lives engulfed in fiction, fantasy and privilege, absorbed frequently in narcissism and intelligence narrow enough to fit inside a strand of human hair with room to spare?  May we again suggest occasionally muting the audio on your TV, relying solely on a visual experience to realize how contrived and silly so much of it actually appears?  There's a lot to be said about the old silent movie era, when considerable thought went into conveying a coherent story minus sound.

The elections, particularly in Florida, Texas and Arizona have again caused us to wonder exactly how many votes have been cast fraudulently and by people who have no right to vote in our country.  Renewed calls for FEDERAL identification documentation to be shown at the polling places in every state (as in other countries, even Mexico) must be taken seriously at last.  Obviously, Democrats most likely to benefit from illegal voting will continue to scream foul regarding such attempts, eschewing logic for opportunity.  A fingerprint on each ID card would be helpful, too.

Anybody anticipating congressional Democrat cooperation across the aisle will be sadly disappointed, because they'll be much too obsessed with a multitude of new investigations of Donald Trump -- a source of utter folly which could, by the way, hurt their party significantly in 2020.

Meanwhile, the latest mass shooting in Florida has, like a dinner bell, caused the left to re-salivate at the chance to create even more so-called gun control, and nowhere is this more apparent than in New York State, where megalomaniac-style governor Andrew Cuomo, elitist and privileged to the max, has Big Ideas, now that all three governing bodies are solidly on the left.  The only shining light left to cast upon the Second Amendment may be Trump's Supreme Court nominees, who eventually will be called upon to sort all of this out and, one hopes, give Cuomo and other absurdly left leaners a really, really bad day of decisions.

The ACLU has stepped in to sue the Trump administration over plans to forbid "caravan" intruders from invading the United States.  When will we investigate the ACLU, Southern Poverty Law Center and other America-hating turd organizations which bask comfortably in their own hatred as they strive to bend and twist national standards?

Despite Republican and conservative losses this time around, Donald Trump will continue with those all-important judicial appointments and, of course, Supreme Court nominations as possible.  Forget Congress: These appointments are where the real gold lies in moving the country forward (with no apologies to France's Macron, should he believe this viewpoint constitutes nationalism).

Thursday, November 8, 2018

Yippie! Now We Can Return to Normal!

Post-election blues?  Don't fret -- we can do it all over again in two years.

In a way, I'm glad the Democrat mob (oh, sorry, did I say mob?) won the House.  It will give them something to do and, while they will wield some power again, they won't be foaming at the mouth over super abilities beyond those of mortal men and women.  In fact, by the time Trump finishes repairing the Supreme Court and various judicial positions around the nation, we believe a lot of the nonsense they whip up for many years ahead will be eclipsed by logic and sanity.

Speaking of the Supreme Court, based upon today's unfortunate fall by its eldest member, the political left better hope that medical science can quickly invent and transplant three bionic ribs.

Not even the mysterious space object dubbed "Oumuamua" cared to stick around for election results, having skipped out of our solar system weeks ago.  Two Harvard scientists subsequently published a paper suggesting in the most casual of terms that the object's unusual acceleration and departure after it passed our sun might classify it as a space probe of sorts, that an intelligence from somewhere unknown may be involved.  Oh oh.  To everybody's regret, Oumuamua isn't coming back, so there will be no follow-up questions or answers -- then again, should it actually be an alien space probe, how do scientists know it won't return during a time of its own choosing?

Monday, November 5, 2018

Compassion's Toxic Dumping Ground

That many young people in the United States have never been alive during or never needed to participate in a major war is both good and bad.  Avoiding war and thus allowing one to choose his or her own destiny from cradle to grave, free of interruption or potentially disastrous complications, would be the dream of a majority.

The unfortunate downside of being removed from conflict, however, seems to grace us with "snowflakes," youth so terrified even of points of view opposite their own that they break into a panic and demand violators of thought be banned, fined or imprisoned.  It's amazing how we've reached a stage where freedom of speech is just fine until one attempts to exercise its benefits (hell-o-o-o-o Megyn Kelly and a long list. . .).

Currently unfolding way south of the U.S. border is an event which should, at least in the America I remember, enrage every American.  Regrettably, too many among us are too young to realize, care about or contemplate the sheer numbers coming our way.  A disturbing segment of society apparently believes the dismissive left, countering that contrary to the impression that invaders are in transit, these are just poor, oppressed people searching for a better life, asylum seekers and nothing more

To an extent, a large extent no doubt, that's true.  Yet, first of all, asylum seekers are required to accept asylum with the first country they reach -- and that's Mexico, not the U.S.  But Mexico isn't good enough, so most continue their trek north, anticipating good ol' American compassion. The same compassion which we now know via new figures that allowed many millions of illegal immigrants in during recent decades, thanks in no small way to the late alcoholic and, it seems, negligently homicidal Sen. Ted Kennedy.

Meandering one's way to a country and smashing through Mexican fences whilst holding high and defiantly the flag of your homeland (Honduras for one) doesn't exactly offer a greeting of peace, either.

Americans raised in relative safety, literally feeling or expressing absolutely no stake whatsoever for the great life the country offers so many without sacrifice, have either consciously or in error accepted leftist dogma, actually believing that open borders are the best option because we somehow owe a giant, unyielding welcome to the world's wretched masses.  How does one convey to such tragically misguided folk the true result of open arms, the suicide of a nation?  They surely won't hear logic from Hollywood or from drugged-out rock stars whose brains can't handle anything logical once the song is sung or the TV or motion picture role played.

Everything comes down to numbers.  First, a few thousand arrive, and if successful in conquering the border, they will start to arrive by the hundreds of thousands and then by millions, because once the country allows what can't be called anything but an invasion, crap hole nations all over the planet will send the worst of their worst here.  Goodbye America.

We should concentrate on bringing in talented people as a priority, period.  The prospect of unending millions MORE entering the U.S. is simply unfathomable, and right now the best thing true Americans in Congress can do is to quickly pass immigration legislation favorable, for a change, to the U.S. citizens and taxpayers stuck with blindly funding the well-established invasions by criminal aliens who reward us with poverty, disease, crime and an attitude that badly needs a little law-and-order style correction.

Immediately ridding us of the absurd "anchor baby" (birthright tourism goes hand-in-hand with this) guarantee could be accomplished in a day or two.  Why has this economically devastating clown show never been defeated in Congress?

A border war is coming and we hope those helping fund and advance this trauma circus get what they deserve in the end, at least by way of lawsuits.  Used to be, traitors enjoyed a bullet to the head, if not a good old-fashioned hanging, but that's probably too much to hope for in this march of new world order migrants to our Southern border.

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Voting Under the Influence

It's almost here, that special place in time when everybody wants to hide under the covers until the final election results are in.  Both sides have succeeded in whipping voters into a grand frenzy intense enough to cause us all to notice an empty place in our hearts when TV campaign commercials go missing from our lives (just kidding about that last part). 

What isn't funny is the left attempting to turn its voters bonkers over contrived issues.  The uproar over immigration reform is ammo enough, of course, but an interesting development of blaming white males for every ill under scrutiny has also entranced some in the media (CNN's Don Lemon, for one, and then an author named S. Clifford who is on record as wishing to deprive single white men of the right to vote!).

And how could any officials of a political party take delight in the hordes trying to invade from Central America, even knowing that terrorists and criminals embed themselves among them?

One might expect the ambiguous, fact-deprived protests to be put aside, as we should instead worry abut China's mounting war stance toward the United States (Russia's in the mix as well), its stunning military technology almost totally the result of stealing from the U.S.  If China is willing to soon implement tools to submit its people to an unprecedented social crackdown and observation status in which every minor infraction will be subject to punishment, there would appear to be no limits if Chinese dictator monsters wish to conjure and battle an enemy.

We suspect Trump's down-to-the-wire pronouncement about essentially ending instant citizenship. the "anchor baby" phenomenon and birth "tourism" will encourage conservatives to vote.

The irrational, hatred-fed voters on the left, however, will by necessity approach the voting booth nourished by all the pap and lies infused by Democrats over the long haul, slowly and determinedly taught to ignore truth and accept what comes down literally to pure Hollywood fantasy.  Should these voters foam at the mouth as they prepare to disgrace the voting apparatus, the reason could be either drugs or rabies.  Or just heads full of bull crap.