Friday, October 19, 2018

Diseased Rats & Diseased People Are Equal Opportunity Killers


Strange, isn't it, how some people and a certain political party romantically infatuated with the concept of open borders are more than willing to accept what hurts or even kills us?  The thing is, there's a common sense issue out there which answers its own questions, but the agenda-ridden continue to ignore or defy the darkest of implications.

The Obama bunch seemed to care little when what we thought were previously vanquished or at last rare diseases such as tuberculosis returned in parts of the country unabated. Eventually -- seemingly concurrent with illegal aliens crossing the borders without consequences, thus increasing their numbers -- instances of the polio-like acute flaccid myelitis began popping up sporadically, apparently under random circumstances.

Now it's 2018. We don't believe a genius aptitude is required to place the blame for both the flare-up in previously rare AFM cases and the increase in measles and other illnesses on the unyielding progression of un-vaccinated illegal aliens -- many of whom were dispatched all around the country by the Obama administration, often under secret conditions keeping many U.S. citizens in the dark.  A recent Yale study discovered what many already suspected -- that illegal alien populations are "significantly" larger than previously thought.

It is of interest that Dr. Michael Savage, an authority in these matters of viruses and bacteria, discussed on his radio program that the basic elements for acute flaccid myelitis actually emerged from Honduras originally -- and guess who's on the way to the United States in a new caravan of 4,000-plus people as we write this?  Those speeding this way from Honduras, Guatemala and parts unknown won't just be bringing themselves.  They'll be accompanied by yet another renegade disease zoo, organisms which can only survive by finding their way from human host to human host:  You and your kids, essentially.  That children have been the primary victims of AFM, serious enough to have caused at least one death so far, and the fact that the CDC and every other government health watchdog agency has been negligent IN EVEN SUGGESTING that criminal border crossings are hardly irrelevant to disease processes is an outrage.  Trump's negotiation s with Mexico to stop the invasion and threats to send the U.S. military southward are at least some step in the right direction.

Which is to say, in addition, exotic diseases aren't being introduced into our homes or schools by something the cat dragged in from the field outside.  If we prefer instead to ponder whether these "mystery" illnesses are brought in by diseased rats, we might be closer to the truth.  Those who persist in telling us that people are just people, wherever they are from, are full of crap.  Consider the potential horrors of a little dose of Ebola to prove otherwise, as it became fashionable during the last administration to admit any and all of the world's truly unwashed with nary a thought about the country's vulnerable people and culture.  We don't believe Donald Trump will echo Obama this time 'round.  Survival in many forms will depend upon his actions regarding border criminals.

Or maybe we deserve what we get.  We still think there's a lot to sort out about climate change and its causes, but one dilemma we can't escape as we gaze upon its effects full-on is the disappearance of animals and plants across the planet.  Science appears to agree that during Earth's four billion year existence five mass extinctions of both have occurred, and as we currently experience what seems likely to be the sixth some 80 percent of plants and animals are believed to have gone extinct due to human civilization.  The brutality and destructive totality of which we are capable and expert is quickly taking away nature's wonders and our necessities.  Or as the late radio commentator Paul Harvey used to ask, have we outsmarted ourselves?

This reminds us of an Associated Press article from September concerned with the possibly significant and enigmatic reduction of insects around the world -- that is, beneficial insects, such as butterflies.  Not so much mosquitoes, cockroaches and the others we don't especially appreciate; they're doing great, apparently.

Whose news?  With all the current worries about censorship of news and opinions, nobody should ignore a September speech (see PJ Media, 9/25/18) in Vienna by European Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova, who warned in no ambiguous terms that media "regulation" may be required in the future to combat inequities and "exclusions" as determined by politicians and media members themselves.  Needless to say, this would truly be the end of journalism.

And Twitter helps the censors:  Twitter's brain power has decided that the term, illegal alien is "hate speech." Does anybody really need to ask us why we have never used and will never use Twitter or Facebook?  We never anticipated that our military years assisting the nation would count toward fostering and protecting fascism, otherwise known as politically correct speech.

Speaking of news management, we howled over a Breitbart report (9/18/18) pointing out that Google plans to strictly monitor air pollution in the United States with special equipment -- yet, integral to its cozy relationship with China Google will allegedly replace accurate pollution data on its new censored Chinese search engine with statistics whipped up by the Chinese government.  We wonder how long it will take before Google receives the same administrative ass-kicking that Facebook's inner sanctum currently reportedly wants to give its boy Zuckerberg regarding multiple f'-ups?

Defense News (on or about 9/7/18) reported that a Chinese company (once blacklisted by a world bank) desires to build an airport in Greenland -- much too close to an American Air Force base.  Fortunately, Denmark has the final say regarding this business venture, as many wonder whether this could be something far more disturbing, and we hope the final answer is no.  The Chinese government already demonstrates an intensive crack-down on its people with places which aren't anything different than concentration camps, and surely they will do anything to spread their influence.  Just say no.

Whatever happened to Fukushima?  Looks as though the Japanese government plans to release radioactively-contaminated water into the Pacific Ocean (The Telegraph, 10/16/18) because they've run out of room to store 1.09 million tons of water confined to 900 tanks.  Protesting claims by the government that the process will be safe, environmentalists and others calculating the dangers among many and varied kinds of radioactive particles are solidly against any such maneuver. Pacific fish and other native aquatic creatures would undoubtedly stand in agreement.

Houston decided a few days ago not to allow a robot sex brothel in the city.  What's the big deal?  We're sure the robots are perfectly capable of lighting cigarettes following completion of the same robotic motions one might find in a normal brothel, followed by a superb elocution of the words, "Was it good for you, too?"

Experiencing the worst cyber attacks ever is trouble enough for the U.S., but we hope Congress will finally pony up the money to ward off an electromagnetic incident caused by an enemy or via solar activity.  The expense is relatively insignificant, considering the money badly spent on foolish options every day..

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

How Does One Say "Oops" in Arabic?


So, the death of the Saudi who wrote for the Washington Post was an "accident" as a result of interrogation?  And everybody involved just happened to have an array of suitcases to stuff body parts into just in case questioning went sour?

Of course, we're now learning that torture, suffering and murder were the high points of his "mysterious" disappearance.  Nobody deserves that.  The story yet evolves.

Our primary question of the moment is:  If you're a Saudi subject who calls himself a journalist because he writes a column for the Washington Post, but it also turns out you're one hell of a supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood and perhaps other questionable ventures, where does plain old murder and justice merge among brutal Middle East regimes striving for power and obliteration of dissension?

The more we learn about this, um, esteemed WaPo "journalist," the more questions we have about the darker side of the dark side.  Natch', the mainstream media won't dwell on anything much beyond the "murdered journalist" aspect.

We don't condone homicide, but nor should this situation put Donald Trump in the political cross hairs of the now-insane Democrat Party and its media accomplices, all desperately looking for a way to throw him out of office.  With so much at stake economically for the U.S. and other countries, as we depend upon the Saudis both for military purchases and (not to be overlooked) the Kingdom's dogged determination to destroy factions of Islam which both the U.S. and the Saudis and other Arab states consider enemies, this is a very muddled situation without an easy diplomatic solution.  One way or another, the best of the worst will have to be made out of this human train wreck.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Inferior Glitter Reflects No Sparkle

My agonizing tune-in to Saturday Night Live, a walking-dead NBC-TV corpse whose funny bone pretty much rotted away years ago, directed me to the "news" segment, often held together with the equivalent of juvenile fart jokes instead of the biting satire once proudly displayed.

I knew that Kanye West had been censored the previous week for his pro-Trump statements, so how much of a surprise could it have been when so-called funnyman Pete Davidson (Or is that Davison?  I can't be bothered to duckduckgo.com it.) broke into a rant about Kanye's mental state?  Pete D. can be humorous, but as time goes on and he, like so many others in the entertainment industry, becomes part of the very establishment they bitch about, his horse-faced routine chastising a Trump supporter doesn't fly very far among brains broken free of ever more crazy leftist indoctrination.  But, oh, oh, oh, they will enjoy TV rating scores among the rest.

However, there's something else I learned from watching SNL last weekend:  The Democrats are scared to death.  The "blue wave" may well become instead a black-and-blue wave, and the left can no longer easily hoodwink a large willing audience with smoke and mirrors.  Not enough Hollywood glitter to sprinkle about.  No sparkle in the campaign literature.  Ouch.

As days passed, the testimony of Professor Christine Ford began to sink into one's memory banks as convincingly as far more illustrious platitudes mouthed by the once-famous comedian, "Professor" Irwin Corey, he of late night talk show visits, attired in sneakers and essentially making so sense at all despite vigorous questioning put up against his rambling dialogue.

With the confirmation of everybody's favorite alleged rapist-sans-evidence Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, it's only a matter of time before another SC Justice either retires or "buys the farm" while sitting in the can some night.  In fact, it's not unlikely that the Court will swing so far to the right in the next couple of years that leftists may well experience spontaneous human combustion every time one of their perpetually stupid pieces of legislation gets overturned.

We neither support nor suggest the thought that scare-stick Roe vs. Wade be overturned (though a little more attention to birth control prior to those romantic moments would be a really, really good idea), but mobs of zombies solicited by the left see only a dark opportunity to sink their teeth into anything ensnaring power for the radical element.

By some unknown process or miracle, the GOP actually grew gonads to achieve a goal and overcome the chronic obstructionists this time around.  That Senators Lindsey Graham, Susan Collins and others found the strength to emerge from the cobwebbed catacombs of chronic Republican petrification to fight and win boggles the mind, perhaps enough to make even George Soros shudder.

Monday, October 1, 2018

Elevator Shaft


Despite the wisdom or lack thereof in regard to Senator Jeff Flake's gumming up of Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation process, it's curious that female activists were able to approach Flake in an elevator within an area one would expect was crawling with security.  What if a weapon had been produced?  Was the elevator incident a planned exercise in #MeToo overkill?

We find it perfectly reasonable for U.S. Senate elevator doors to be equipped with heavy spring-loaded boxing gloves, so the next time a member of Congress is similarly mentally sucker-punched by rogue activists exuding the faint scent of Aroma de Soros, a certain defensive maneuver can be accomplished immediately.  At some point, social justice advocates begging for a war need to be accommodated, particularly when these loud community organizers get into Flake's or another's face and scream, "Look at me when I'm talking to you!"  Do we advocate hitting women?  No, we merely suggest using spring-loaded boxing gloves to deter in-your-face leftists interrupting one's elevator trip.  As our society sinks deeper into ignorant rudeness, the proud leftist folk don't want gender taken into account anyway.  Nevertheless, the absurd Kavanaugh-divorced drama played out at the elevators may quickly assist #MeToo to unwittingly become a caricature of itself.

So now the progressively enlightened are out for pure social justice:  Beat the man and you beat the system.  This is where truth exits and irrationality is embraced as a society bear trap set to snare any facts which dare get in the way.  Even the Arizona prosecutor brought in by the Republicans to question Dr. Ford has now written a clear but scathing report dismissing the case as ineligible for prosecution.  The story, as delineated by a host of fair critics, is just full of holes.

But we're ever so fortunate that the Democrat Party's U.S. Senate elite are watching this event and making sure every little detail can be twisted to their benefit.  First, we have Corey Booker, accusatory and so wide-eyed during questioning of Kavanaugh that we were afraid some demon might pop out of his head.  And Con-necticut's Blumenthal, making a point to Kavanaugh that one lie makes everything said a lie -- this is the finger-shaking perpetrated by a lying liar who let the country believe for years that he served in Vietnam though he did not?

Then there's constitutional authority Sen. Charles Schumer of New York who commented at some point that no innocence should be presumed for Kavanaugh!  As a society built upon the rock-solid belief that one is innocent until PROVEN guilty, we would suggest that Mr. Schumer go back in time and receive a failing grade for whatever civics class he took in high school.  If any.

Not to forget Sen. Durbin, who provided some hard questioning for Kavanaugh, but we couldn't help recalling his comments in years past about our military personal, referring to them as "Nazis."  Of course, he apologized, but how could he have made a comparison in the first place in his position?

However, our favorite leftist inquisitor of all was that grand old lady of the U.S. Senate, the inglorious she who started this fetid ball of slime rolling after withholding a now infamous letter from her colleagues and investigators until the last minute -- Diane Feinstein.  Yes, she of the recently disclosed report that her chauffeur and probable confidant of 17 years was spying for China.  Truly a potentially dangerous collection of years.   Why is Feinstein even present in D.C. anymore?

Imagine being Kavanaugh, interrogated and commented upon by a rogues' gallery of senators blemished by issues far more intriguing than Brett Kavanaugh's teenage years.  Hypocritical bastards, we say.

In the current atmosphere, here's Kavanaugh's true crime:  He's white, male and Christian, and I'm not the first to say it.  By evolving Democrat standards, that's a terrible combination.  This horrible statement I just made gains traction, however, when one looks at Minnesota's Keith Ellison, for whom evidence has reportedly surfaced indicating that he beat his girlfriend.  Yet, despite a current police investigation of Ellison, number two in the DNC (!), you don't see the Democrats pursuing this monumental event.  Nor has a flood of information hit the leftist news circuit, and why would it, since they hold the cards?  We're sure it doesn't matter that Ellison is both black and a Muslim, of course, and "god" knows, the Dems are desperate to keep such "good" people as the revered Ellison in their party.  Must be he's the future face of the DNC, like that Ocasia-Cortez or whatever her forgettable name is out of NY City (she IS the party's future, per Tom Perez, DNC psychic #1).

Meanwhile, Sen. Jeff Flake just couldn't make up his mind.  First he was going to vote for Kavanaugh and then he wasn't, and it only took a few minutes with Sen. Coons to convince him another week of delay would be imperative.  Was Flake promised something in return?  Will he re-emerge as a Democrat, since he's leaving the Senate and nobody in their right conservative mind wants him back anyway?

Would any of this Senate drama even be happening if the complainant didn't have a Ph.D. in front of her name?  What makes one's degree so special, if it adds up to a confused, error-prone witness who just can't get a story or its point in time right?  If "Dr." Sally Scrumbag showed up at the Kavanaugh hearings at the last minute, would she receive special accommodation because of a diploma?  And what of the latest accuser Swetnick, magically lawyered up by the porn star attorney?  Information regarding her own history of BEING accused of sexual crimes has allegedly surfaced.

Hashtag You must always be believed because you're a woman?  Hmm.  The justice system is all too familiar with nice ladies crying their eyes out over their "loss" who were eventually found to have finished off the old man with antifreeze cocktails.  Not to forget.

So. . .what are the possibilities with Dr. Ford?

1)  She's totally relating the truth as she believes it.

2)  She's nuts.  Oh yes, I've seen professionals in the psych industry who qualify.  Never disregard the old standby regarding people who become psychologists or psychiatrists because, foremost, they're trying to understand themselves.

3)  The Democrats have performed that which has always been their specialty -- creating a victim who had little idea how of much of a victim she was or could be if properly coached in time travel.  Be all that you can be.

4)  The CIA connections in her family and reportedly with herself are involved in some way, and a relative's alleged connection with the infamous Fusion GPS is worth a look.

5)  Etc., etc., choose anything.


In just months we've gone from advise and consent to revise and resent, thanks to the political left.  If they regain House seats in November, watch for more chicanery.

Was there a hero in the Kavanaugh hearings?  Yes, Senator Lindsey Graham and his eloquent make-sense statements.  Lindsey Graham?  Who would have thought?

Congressional hearings aside and on a more hopeful note -- Scientific studies continue to show a decline in human sperm production among clueless men.  We ask, what's it going to be like when men, generally and understandably jealous upon discovering that their spouses have given birth to babies via secret relationships, someday beg their wives and girlfriends to have affairs with still-able males just to produce children for the family?  It can't happen?  Neither could a nuclear disaster.