DEAR KAG: 20210212 Know Your Villains

It’s Know Your Foes Friday. Welcome to Wolf’s Pub, and before we go any further:


CHINA JOE BIDEN DIDN’T WIN


Foreign and Domestic actors conspired in ways great and small to install Resident “Cha China!” Biden in the White House.

Chilling.


Speaking of chilling, this cold snap is heinous. Even down here in Texas we are looking at temps to drop to almost zero in some places.

Time for a Toddy. A Hot Toddy.

Yes, our drink special today is designed to ward off the chill and the chills. Now, the Hot Toddy has a murky history in the mists of time, involving India and the British Isles, particularly Scotland, where the Hot Toddy has a storied place of honor. According to Vinepair,


“The toddy as we know it started in British-controlled India. In the 1610s, dictionary.com notes, the Hindi word “taddy” meant “beverage made from fermented palm sap.” By 1786, taddy was officially written down and defined as “beverage made of alcoholic liquor with hot water, sugar, and spices.”


Not to leave the Irish out of the mix, there is also a story that the Hot Toddy began with an Irish doctor:


“The other origin story tells the tale of an Irish doctor named Robert Bentley Todd, who ordered his patients to drink hot brandy, cinnamon, and sugar water. Most likely, the truth is a combination of the two stories, where doctors heard about the hot toddies from India and started incorporating them into prescriptions.”


Whatever its origin, the Hot Toddy has been a staple in cold winter places for centuries. It was even prescribed for children who came down with winter colds. I daresay it may even help relieve (if temporarily) the symptoms of the covid, though it cannot be said to free us of the false and politicized science behind it!

There are many recipes, some including tea, exotic spices and so on. Here’s one to ward off the winter. Language alert, but the guy is fun. As you will see explained in the video, the original recipe for a Hot Toddy was basically some hot water, some scotch (or bourbon or rum) and sugar. Let’s just say, the version below sounds delicious and medicinal at the same time.

And for our teetotalers, this recipe sounds wonderful with some good tea in place of the booze. Please join us and help the bouncers keep us in line.


Now that we are all huddled around the fireplace cupping a Hot Toddy in our cold hands, we must remember to keep things polite and civil. In this, the Dark Winter of Our Discontent, we have to hold the line on what it means to maintain our dignity and integrity in these times.

For a review of the rules, go HERE. Head over to the UTree to slug it out HERE. Otherwise, let us hold a vigorous discourse together as we sip our Toddy and remember that the so-called elite bureaucracy that has determined they know what is better for us than we know ourselves, are nothing but low-down scumbags with inflated egos and brains the size of walnuts.

Speaking of elites, I happened to pick up (for $1.99 at the local Dirt Cheap) a memoir by none other than Arch Villain Sen. Mitch McConnell. Published in 2016, it is terribly revealing from our vantage point in 2021. In his memoir McConnell tells us he never wanted the presidency. From early on his ambition was the Senate. From the intro to “The Long Game” by McConnell:


“Over the three decades I have been a US senator, I’ve been the subject of many profiles. I usually play the villain, according to the standard good guy/bad guy accounts favored by most Washington reporters. The more positive ones tend to focus on my ability to broker deals with supposed adversaries, keep my head when others don’t, and win elections I’m not supposed to.”

He set out to be a politician from the time he ran for (and won) the position of school president in high school. He goes on:


“…the place I feel most at ease is the Senate, an institution that rewards patience and confounds those who lack it…But when the Senate is allowed to work the way it was designed to—meaning a place where nothing is decided without a good dose of deliberation and debate, as well as input from both the majority and minority parties—it arrives at a result that is acceptable to people all along the political spectrum.”

You can see his self-deception here. What results over the last decade have been “acceptable to people all along the political spectrum” I ask you? Of what results does he speak?

Watching the CIRCUS in the Senate yesterday gives the lie to McConnell’s smooth bluster. Is the great Sen. McConnell single-handedly going to save the republic by his moderation and compromise?

McConnell plays the great southern gentleman politician here. This is his starring role. He mentions a hero of his, Kentucky Senator Henry Clay, known as the Great Compromiser. He actually studied Clay for his honors thesis.


“Learning about Clay, seeing what he was able to accomplish from his place in the US Senate, was the first time I began to feel the stirrings of hope that I might, in my very wildest dreams, follow in Clay’s footsteps and serve as a US senator myself.”


At least McConnell learned enough from Clay to not desire the presidency. Clay seemed to have run for the presidency an embarrassing amount of times, and never won. Clay was also a Whig, a reluctant slave owner (long after Washington and Jefferson), against the annexation of Texas, advocated for a national bank, and tried but failed to avert the Civil War through his ability to negotiate compromises.

You can’t make this stuff up.

McConnell also reveals that though he was a Barry Goldwater fan, he voted for Lyndon Baines Johnson because Goldwater had an ideological rigidity (he voted against the civil rights bill) that bothered him. Naturally, McConnell couches his decision back then in today’s politically correct terms of civil rights, and the Voting Rights Act and so on.

Apparently, this is to show his intellectual and socially-minded independence. He was right when the Right was Wrong, doncha know.

What is McConnell’s view of an elected representative’s responsibilities toward his constituents? McConnell mentions Edmund Burke.


“A British parliamentarian at the time of the American Revolution, Burke envisioned that people would elect representatives who would follow their own best judgment. This was, of course, well before the day of public-opinion polls, but many elected officials still felt compelled to pander to the popular view.”

Stunning.

He goes on to quote Burke:


“Your representative owes you not his industry only, but his judgment; and he betrays, instead of serving you, if he sacrifices it to your opinion.”


IOW, ‘You stupid people, you elect me (who runs on the promise to implement your agenda) and then I do what I think is best.’

Folks, this is not representation.

It gets worse. McConnell talks about a former Kentucky senator (John Sherman Cooper) who he worked for early on in his career, one who practiced the kind of politics that McConnell is justifying.
Cooper was apparently unflappable when it came to standing up to his constituents. McConnell says,


“…it helped me to see that the best kind of representative—and a true leader—is one who doesn’t take a poll on every issue, or weigh the mail to determine how to vote. There are some matters of concern where constituents are right and others where the best representative does what he or she thinks ought to be done. If a constituent doesn’t agree with you, you can hope they at least like that you have conviction. If not, they can always vote you out.”

Except we can’t vote you OUT, Sen. McConnell. And now we know we can’t vote IN those we want, either.

You see the SYSTEM? It’s a Club and you aren’t in it. And the Club is hell bent on staying in power and depriving We the People of our power as enumerated in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
Eventually, McConnell runs for Jefferson County judge (you see how important local elected positions are) as a springboard to running for national office.

And let me tell ya, McConnell runs like your garden variety politician. He’s going to clean up the county. He’s going to fix things. He’s going to get rid of the bureaucratic lock and get things moving. He’s a real hustler. He’s at industrial parks early in the morning shaking hands and promising to FIX THINGS.

He gets elected, beating the incumbent. Read what he says he does after being sworn in as county judge:


“After being sworn in as county judge, there were two things I did immediately: buy my first pair of Brooks Brothers shoes, just like the kind Senator Cooper had worn, and with no intention of hiding my statewide ambitions, begin to look for ways to become better known throughout Kentucky.”


McConnell runs for reelection in 1981 and wins. He writes:


“I immediately began to lay the groundwork for a run for the Senate.”


And then he gets divorced from the mother of his three children. It was amicable, though. So that’s good, eh?

Okay, that’s enough for today. I’m on Chapter Five. I know it is only going to get worse.

Senator Mitch McConnell, for all your talk of moderation, of compromise, of senatorial splendor, you are nothing but an ambitious, power hungry, double-dealing POS in Brooks Brothers shoes.
You don’t represent Kentucky. You don’t represent anyone or anything but your own sick ambitions.

You are a snake. You are exactly the opposite of what you represent yourself to be. You aren’t a conservative. You are whatever best serves your interests. You betrayed the American People and your President, Donald J. Trump. You represent nothing but the desire for power.

Three decades in the Senate and how have you improved government? Instead, ambition consumed you before you ever made a run for public office. Like some disgusting Gollum, you executed your machinations against the interests of those who entrusted to you their sacred vote. You and China Joe…birds of a feather…

You became fabulously wealthy “serving” as a senator in the United States Congress. You served us up and then served yourself.

Sen. McConnell embodies the Club.

Congress is filled with his ilk. The hysterical and frankly embarrassing Senate trial against our great President Trump (and he is our duly elected president) is helping to expose the deeply immoral state of our elected representatives and how they sell us down the river in service to moneyed interests, foreign powers, and a globalist agenda.

McConnell and his friends are our foes. He seeks glory as a compromising influence in the Senate. Yet our freedoms are bleeding out because of politicians like McConnell. Let us learn of them, and learn to defeat them. See The Precinct Project.


This is not Right versus Left, Republican versus Democrat. This is an elite, globalist cabal against the rest of us, but you wonderful Qtreepers know that. I’m preaching to the choir.

The idea that a Congress, with an approval rating of less than 20% keeps getting reelected, is an indication that our election system is fraudulent.

Let this serve as your notice, Senator McConnell (and the rest of you asses in Congress):


CHINA JOE BIDEN DIDN’T WIN.

WE WILL NEVER BOW DOWN TO CHINA.

WE ARE NEVER GOING TO CONCEDE.

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duchess01

Tonawanda

duchess, I do not say this with ANY negative intent.

Every day I pass by articles and posts about hypocrisy on the left, about Democrat double standards, etc

IMO we are so far beyond that, it does not interest me, and has not for a long time.

Hypocrisy and double standards are all part of the end justifies the means.

IMO our side gets tangled up in what is actually true, and how the left is inconsistent in what they say is true.

To my mind, this is discouraging because it reflects a lack of understanding about the left by applying our standards to them. That is why they outwit us at every turn.

Our thinking is NOT their thinking. And they brilliantly use our thinking against us.

Many of us cannot conceive of their thinking. It just does not seem possible.

IMO we waste our time by judging the left according to our standards. Maybe some normies need that, to start things off.

But we are so far beyond that now.

pgroup2

Amazingly well-stated.

My first wife, during the reign of terror of the serial killer called the freeway killer, asked me how they think; to do the things they do. She said no matter how hard she tried, she could not imagine even thinking the things they do.

I told her that’s a good thing, because if she could I’d be out of our marriage as fast as my fingers could dial a divorce lawyer.

She looked shocked. I said if you could think like them, you wouldn’t be normal; you’d be dangerous. So I’m glad you can’t think like them. They’re psycho and you’re not.

Night and day.

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Tonawanda

And yet we need a massive change in our consciousness, a change which requires us to go beyond. I do not know how that is accomplished.

Wolf gets it. He understands it.

Probably actual persecution will be necessary to spark the insight, and that is very discouraging, but human.

We have the numbers and the preliminary insight to do something, but we need to go beyond the preliminary insight, and that appears to be unlikely.

Wolf Moon

I just picked up this meme, and was going to dump it elsewhere, but I think it answers how this gets fixed. You, and me, and Ed, and singingsoul, and some of the others, all have FAMILIAL MEMORIES OF PERSECUTION. Some of us also have our own troubles. Those memories strengthen us. We have to REMEMBER THE HARD TIMES and think like those who reacted to the enemy before.
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cthulhu

There is a similar cycle regarding professions. (As a CPA, I’ll illustrate with accounting — but it really applies to most of them: banker, lawyer, doctor, stockbroker….)

At first, they are poor and they think they’re poor. Spurned, called “beancounters”, doing tax returns for $40/each.

Then, they become rich while they still think they’re poor. They’re respected in the community, their counsel is sought and acted upon, but they’re still doing $50 tax returns.

After a time, they start to believe that they’re rich and act like it. Nicer cars, nicer suits — they ditch the tax return biz and do “tax consulting”.

Inevitably, however, spurning the principles and hard work that improved their lot throughout the cycle, they sell themselves out and prostitute the profession — they become poor, while they still think they’re rich.

And when this inevitably causes the profession to be spurned and mocked, they begin again….

Gail Combs

Certainly applies to lawyers except they leap into politics and destroy towns, cities, states and not they are trying to destroy this nation.

duchess01

I have no idea about what you are talking, Tona – these a clips from the impeachment proceeding today – from the Trump War Room.

It is what was presented by the Trump Lawyers – and it educated the American people who might have been fooled into thinking the House Managers had a case – about how they lied and manipulated evidence.

If you think that was a waste of time – then – by all means – scroll on by.

Wolf Moon

It’s OK – he’s just making a point about strategy, which is a good one. Remember – I have no objections to what you are bringing here.

As you say, those who don’t want to view can scroll on by!

pgroup2

In some cases, it’s sprint on by.

duchess01

Thanks, Boss – yesterday was a great day for Team Trump – first time evah – both the MSM and the Manage-less were caught with their pants down – and – the light of truth shone brightly!!!

Schoen Shocked – with Culture and the Constitution – what they seek to destroy.

TheseTruths

The people here see videos and memes like that all the time, but it is sweet to have them played in the faces of the actual perps, so that anyone who is watching can see, and so the media has to see it even if they won’t cover it.

duchess01

It was a brilliant strategy for those who do not know and cannot see, Tona – those who have been kept in the dark by ‘edited’ clips and ‘half-truths’!!! I enjoyed every minute of the smackdown!!!

Gail Combs

Tonawanda,
That is why I keep posting The Philosophy Of Karl Marx The Hegelian Basis

The philosophical bases of Marx’s thought were laid early and remained unchanged throughout his life. As a student, Marx accepted the philoso­phy of Hegel as the only sound and adequate explanation of the uni­verse. According to this philosophy, “the only immutable thing is the abstraction of movement.” The one universal phenomenon is change, and the only universal form of this phenomenon is its complete abstrac­tion. Thus, Hegel accepted as real only that which existed in the mind. Objective phenomena and events were of no consequence; only the con­ceptions of them possessed by human minds were real. Ideas, not ob­jects, were the stuff of which the universe was made. The universe and all events therein existed and took place only in the mind, and any change was a change in ideas. 

The left believes if they close their eyes and click their heels UNICORNS WILL BECOME REAL!

Tonawanda

Gail, this philosophical passage also sounds like a psychological description of a sociopath’s thinking.

I will sometime find and post the “philosophical” words Mao wrote when he concluded that he was entitled to become a god of death, destruction and suffering.

I use to know the meaning of the word “solipsism” and forget it now, but I think it applies. But rejecting objective reality, in whatever degree and however done – – even in an elaborate philosophical system – – is in reality a rationalization for inflicting cruelty and addressing others with sadistic indifference.

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Gingersmom2009

Good Lord.

pgroup2

This is proof that stomach-stapling should come with serious psych treatment.

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phoenixrising

The Meitryx
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New Dan Scavino via Twitter:
(Dem narrative is getting absolutely destroyed)

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Lisa Mei Crowley

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The Meitryx

Twitter

Trump War Room
“They landed a couple of haymakers today…” – Jonathan Turley reacts to former President Trump’s lawyers presentation. https://t.co/vGmv3Jb4H9

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Lisa Mei Crowley

pgroup2

Is that Lisa? She’s quite a hottie.

Harry Lime

…and not a word about who that man was who shot dead an unarmed woman? If that’s even what happened?

Linda Harrison

On Rush Limbaugh’s show the other day, the host was Ken Matthews from California. He said that the man was private security for one of the Senators and that no one is willing to disclose the man’s name. He said he, along with many others have FOIA requests to find out.

scott467

It’s probably Swallwell.

duchess01

Nah – they would have known him from a mile away, Scott!!! After all, he does leave an impression.

Wolf Moon

LOL!!!

Harry Lime

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bflyjesusgrl

How can this FOOL be an impartial Judge and be voting to impeach at the same time???? 🦘🦘🦘👨‍⚖️👨‍⚖️🤡🤡🤡

scott467

Shhhhhh!

You’re not supposed to point out all the obvious flaws in everything they’re doing!

😂🤣😂

Tonawanda

It’s all irrelevant at this point. Trivial in the scheme of things. They could care less, and our exasperation is music to their ears.

Things have to be sharper than pointing out that they are doing what they enjoy doing, and which is just another day at the job for them.

Our thoughts need to be more realistic, IMO.

Wolf Moon

Yes.

Here is the deal. I think a lot of new minds are waking up, and they are still back at “hypocrisy”, “double standards”, “lies” and “they enjoy it”.

Soon, those people will be at “Mamet principle”, “hoaxing”, “controlled opposition”, “Aubergine’s razor”, “entrapment” and “projection”.

Right now, I am at “enchainment of crises”, “forced buy-in”, “socially defined reality”, and “asymmetric counterattack”.

We are not all at the same place. We have to bring up the tail. But while that happens, we need new strategies.

I think Torba is right. We must go beyond boycott. We need a separate economy that punishes them for excluding us from power.

Tonawanda

Yes. I am over-reacting to true friends.

Wolf Moon

This shows how important it will be to keep lines of communication open.

Consider how Gab must now be defended. Are we willing to say “no more deplatforming”? One need not say it publicly. I think every man and woman must pray to find where their Red Line is going to be. May God help us find it.

TheseTruths

I agree that we have to go beyond boycotts. I don’t think enough people can or will stop patronizing businesses and corporations for it to make a difference to them. We all need to act upon our own principles — I have refused to shop at Target for years, for example — but it might not make enough of a difference. Maybe it requires new conservative businesses forming to cater to patriots who are being shunned, and also to give discounts, bonuses, and special privileges to patriots while denying the same to Leftists and possibly refusing to serve them.

duchess01

Elizabeth Carter

duchess, Thanks for posting all of these short videos. I didn’t watch the trial but I have read a lot of articles and comments.
As I watched what his lawyers said, I really liked how they handled this. They were saying that everything got blown out of proportion by the Trump haters. The videos showed the haters doing the same things they accuse Trump of doing and much worse over the years. Many of the haters are still in office so they make a strong argument for their own real impeachment. What could possibly go wrong? LOL!!
I think Trump’s lawyers took a good stance on this after all.
Liz

duchess01

Oh, I agree, Liz – Trump’s Lawyers showed the House Managers for the liars and evidence manipulators they are!!!

They cannot talk their way out of this now – and the MSM carried it all – they are caught in the middle trying to spin something they cannot!!!

It was a great ending to the ‘Clown Show’ – and people saw the truth – the whole truth – the full videos of what happened and what was really said!!!

They should be embarrassed – they should be charged with prosecutorial negligence – and if they are lawyers – should be disbarred!!!

rayzorback

DutchesS….. The point being:
THANK YOU… For posting the “clips”
🙂

duchess01

You are most welcome, Ray!!!

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phoenixrising

duchess01

House Managers CAUGHT Manipulating Evidence Presented at Trial

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duchess01

President Trump would say ‘she’s a real beauty’ – LOL

Gingersmom2009

Like Nellie Orr. 😂

scott467

Whoa Nellie!

Wolf Moon

I keep saying, OBAMA is running this shit-show! This is straight back to OBAMA.

phoenixrising

But Wolfie, he didn’t even run his own… ValJar handled him 24/7 … she’s probably back in the saddle, perhaps never left 😉

Wolf Moon

That, too. I am certain that little commie brain trust is in charge.

para59r

True, that’s what they will want, however it might take some time to overcome Trumps big obstacle, called Peace in the Middle East, but I’m sure the Bidenese will be able to whittle some of that away in short order.

Wolf Moon

Their allies the Iranians will start it all back up again.

scott467

She’s clearly just a professional liar.

And she’s note even good at it, she’s just a hack.

para59r

I’d guess that Trumps initiatives in the ME and as pertains to Israel bore real fruit and a lot of proxies like Hezbollah and Hamas, and the neighbors like Syria, Egypt, SA, Lebanon, and Turkey have been side lined, pacified, or satisfied in such a way it will take some time before the Bidenese can get back to doing the things they were doing before Trump got involved, after which time the Bidenese will know better how they can use them for their own agendas. Same goes with EU allies desires in the ME. Trump likely changed some views there too. About the only thing that hasn’t changed is Iran and we know how much the Bidenese will want to placate Iran and make them an important player again.

duchess01

PAT: This Bud’s for You!!!
Friday Special | Maskless Army Invades Trader Joe’s…
Posted by Kane on February 12, 2021 1:32 pm

https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/friday-special-maskless-army-invades-trader-joes/

Elizabeth Carter

duchess, That made tears in my eyes. Who ever believed we would have come to this? Or maybe I should say WHO actually are the ones that made this happen. Sad but true.
Liz

duchess01

Remember – National Maskless Day – February 28, 2021

May it be a day of liberation for us all, Liz!!!

Wolf Moon
Wolf Moon

Here’s a graphic for people!

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SteveInCO

I am unable to update my draft of tomorrow’s daily in the light of what happened today.

I get a pink updating failed banner and my usual trick of reloading the page and accepting the autosaved draft doesn’t work.

So if I’m woefully out of date tonight, that’s why.

SteveInCO

And just like that on my seventh attempt it worked.

Whatever…..

cthulhu

The blog will only work for you if you complain in the comments.

It’s reading the comments…..

SteveInCO

Yep, that seems to be it.

Like lighting a cigarette waiting for the damn elevator.

Wolf Moon

Just saw this now. You think it’s OK now? I have not looked at the draft.

SteveInCO

I believe it is OK now.

SteveInCO

All I did was modify the first section a bit, given that Trump’s folks rested their case.

Wolf Moon

It’s an absolute shame to get “red-flagged” for such a minor change, but yeah, that’s WordPress.

kalbokalbs

P F M.

SteveInCO

Indeed.

duchess01

Wolf Moon

Great article right there, and that is exactly right!

duchess01

Ep. 2403a – Are Putin And Xi Working With Trump? Are They Taking On The [CB]?
X22 Report Published  February 12, 2021

https://rumble.com/vdsmzj-ep.-2403a-are-putin-and-xi-working-with-trump-are-they-taking-on-the-cb.html

duchess01

Ep. 2403b – The People Must See It All, The MSM/[DS] Lies Have Been Exposed, News Unlocks
X22 Report Published  February 12, 2021

https://rumble.com/vdsn9j-ep.-2403b-the-people-must-see-it-all-the-msmds-lies-have-been-exposed-news-.html

Gingersmom2009

https://childrenshealthdefense.org/webinar/the-covid-vaccine-on-trial-if-you-only-knew-watch-now/

Webinar – RFK Jr, several docs and other experts discussing the vaccine dangers. It’s long, I haven’t watched it yet. Will tonight. Just wanted to drop it here.

ALSO, I don’t know if anyone else in our community is doing the HCQ prophylactic as I am. But I was reading at the frontline docs site (Simone Gold, et al) and their dosage is 400mg (2 pills) per week with zinc daily. That’s the dosage to prevent malaria. They stated that studies are ongoing to see if 200mg is sufficient. Zelenko is 200, he also has a very specific regimen with quercetin. It seems all the docs that have been using HCQ and Ivermectin have their own specifics, there’s a lot of info out there. So I upped my dosage last week and will continue. And will make an appt with my North Jersey doc for advice.

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kalbokalbs

This is the first I’ve read 400. If you don’t mind, please let us know what your local doc says about 400.

I do have HCQ 200 tablets and Azithromycin here at home. Have not taken any at this point.

Hyper aware for symptoms. One year into the drill, no symptoms to date. Also plussed up bigly on vitamins and minerals. Gotta get some quercetin.

QUESTION. IF you are taking quercitin, how much daily? Thank you.

cthulhu

I’m taking 500 mg daily — but could ramp up upon exposure or symptoms.

bflyjesusgrl

Same here, Q500 daily.

kalbokalbs

Thank you. Heading out to Wally World. If they don’t have it, Amazon is my fallback.

bflyjesusgrl

I found it much cheaper on WallyWorld online, but it took a few weeks to get here.😕

kalbokalbs

Appreciate feedback.

Gingersmom2009

I’m doing HCQ once a week and zinc every day. With C and D as well. My husband takes quercetin/C combination and zinc every day. Quercetin is 500, C 1000 and Zinc 30, D 5000. Zelenko’s formula. He actually recommends zinc 25, but you can hardly find those.

It’s the first I had heard about 400 as well. I had told my North Jersey doc what I was taking at my app’t in December, and she was good with it. I just happened to read the frontline docs info and upped my dose this week. As I said, we’re going to go for a joint app’t as soon as we can – to talk through this with her. As well as what she thinks of the vaccine situation.

We got our quercetin from Solgar mainly, have also purchased from Puritan’s but they are sold out of it frequently.

If you go to vladimirzelenkomd.com it’s all there to download/print. I just noticed he will do telemed appts. now as well. $250. Or speakwithanmd.com is still $90.

Wolf Moon

There are days, between good nights of sleep, where I’m thankful for “just plain immunity” from the disease.

Gingersmom2009

Yes. 👍🏻

Gail Combs

What everyone forgets is VACCINES ONLY WORK IF YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM WORKS!!

We gave the usual vaccine to an old ewe and killed her. She was down with pneumonia within 24 hours and dead in 48. Her immune system could not prevent the weaken bacteria from killing her.

RF121

My 2020 travel for work was in 11 States. Flew 30, 000 miles. Drove about the same. Was in 232 cities. Google tracking knows everything. Anyway, 10,000 iu’s D3 4-5 times a week. Multi vit. That’s it. Oh, eat meat. A lot. Not sick since Jan 2020.

Gail Combs

Vit D, C and selenium PLUS lots of meat and GREEN TEA (EGCG is an extract from green tea a Zinc ionophore) since 1979 and I HAVE NEVER HAD THE FLU SINCE!!!

Remember I never took a flu shot AND for the past 25 years I have done entertainment for little kids meaning I have interacted closely (Picked up) between 25 and 100 different kids a weekend for those 25 years. Teachers and daycare people interact with the SAME kids, I interact with over 1200 kids a year plus their parents.

Tonawanda

My wife and I are wondering how we get the HDCQ. Our doctor is a communist, so that will not work.

GA/FL

Here are the links one of our commenters posted:

TELE- MED – https://corsination.com/covid-19/
Corsi telemed, https://speakwithanmd.com – $59 consult fee.

The prophylactic dose: 200mg 1xd for 5 days, then 1x week – refills as you need them.

My local family practice doctor prescribed it for me and then ordered a refill when that was gone.

You might also try a walk-in clinic.

Tonawanda

TY!

Gingersmom2009

You’re right with the price. I think speakwithanmd.com IS still $59 if you go through Corsi. I forgot that. 👍🏻

pgroup2

Its main use is treating arthritis. Do either one of you have arthritis?

If so, you’re golden.

Gingersmom2009

speakwithanmd.com is where I originally got it last April. $90 for the consultation, then the price for the meds. Reasonable and sent to your door through a pharmacy in FL. It’s a regular telemed appt. Our family doc just blew me off when I asked about it, which is how I wound up using the telemed. Now we have a REAL doc in Piscataway, NJ that has prescribed HCQ (and now Ivermectin) for the duration.

Tonawanda

TY so much!

Gudthots

A group I follow are sourcing Ivermectin from TractorSupply.com as the “apple flavored” Durvet. The gel comes in a tube with notches for measuring the doses. Dosing by weight, they are taking 1 notch for each 50 lbs of body weight. It’s taken twice a week, for example on Monday and Friday. Some are saying it’s clearing other old herpes/other viral infections. Some are applying same dose on same schedule but topically and are amazed at what is clearing up. (It does work against demodex, other mites, as well as hemeliths, viruses and some bacteria, I’ve read.)

Tonawanda

TY!

Gail Combs

HCQ is NOT NECESSARY. What is needed is to get Zinc (and selenium) INTO YOUR CELLS. There are other ionophores that can be used. This article links to actual studies but SURPRISE! was scrubbed from the internet. Luckily it was archived.

SUPPLEMENTS THAT SHARE A KEY PATHWAY WITH HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE FOR CORONAVIRUS
We’ll cover these topics: 

  • A quick review of how hydroxychloroquine works
  • Hydroxychloroquine as a zinc ionophore
  • Zinc PH effects and coronavirus
  • Quercetin and EGCG as zinc ionophore for coronavirus

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Since everyone keeps over looking the importance of SELENIUM (some doctors call it a virus ‘birth control pill.’)
Early Nutritional Interventions with Zinc, Selenium and Vitamin D for Raising Anti-Viral Resistance Against Progressive COVID-19
This one has many other links about Selenium.
Selenium, Selenoproteins, and Immunity

Abstract

Selenium is an essential micronutrient that plays a crucial role in development and a wide variety of physiological processes including effect immune responses. The immune system relies on adequate dietary selenium intake and this nutrient exerts its biological effects mostly through its incorporation into selenoproteins. The selenoproteome contains 25 members in humans that exhibit a wide variety of functions. The development of high-throughput omic approaches and novel bioinformatics tools has led to new insights regarding the effects of selenium and selenoproteins in human immuno-biology. Equally important are the innovative experimental systems that have emerged to interrogate molecular mechanisms underlying those effects. This review presents a summary of the current understanding of the role of selenium and selenoproteins in regulating immune cell functions and how dysregulation of these processes may lead to inflammation or immune-related diseases.

Tonawanda

TY so much!

Gail Combs

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GASLIGHTING, GRANDSTANDING – AND OUT-RIGHT PERJURY.
february 12, 2021 the marshall report

https://themarshallreport.wordpress.com/2021/02/12/gaslighting-grandstanding-and-out-right-perjury/

WHERE IS THE JUDGE TO CALL OUT THE LIARS? There are none. Behold and see the illegal Senator with the gavel, playing a SCOTUS, then when he’s done, he will play the role of a seated senator and vote. There are no rules, only a witch hunt with all the bases padded by the lawless ones. This is exactly as in the days of Sodom and Gomorrah where the courts were upside down and inside out. What was wrong was right and what was right was wrong. It was utter lawlessness. It is written in detail in the book of Jasher.

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Wolf Moon

FROM GAB…..

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duchess01

Oh, that is painful, Wolf!!!

Wolf Moon

Yes, but the sight of KMAC restores sore eyes!!! Even next to RED JEN!

duchess01

True – besides circling back just leaves you where you started – empty-headed and handed – whereas KMAC left them stunned, shocked, and awe-struck!!!

duchess01

#Newsmax #NewsmaxTV #GregKelly
The REAL evidence | Greg Kelly

Wolf Moon

From GAB:
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Yes! Now I need to temper it, but yes…..

LaurenWitzkeDE
@LaurenWitzkeDE
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Biden’s New Firearm Bill is an assault on the American people, it includes:

Requiring a government mandated psychological evaluation to own a firearm.

-Creating a national firearms database open to the public, that anyone can access and see what firearms a person possesses and where they keep them

READ: https://t.co/NxdBPMrHZf?amp=1

Biden Reveals Catastrophic Firearm Bill – Hold the Line PAC

During the Presidential campaign, then-candidate Biden promised that Beto O’Rourke would “Take care of the gun problem with me.” Although Beto hasn’t been offered…

Hold the Line PAC
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kalbokalbs

States need to declare themselves 2A Sanctuaries. IGNORE the Feds.

Sorta like ignoring Feds MJ laws.

Wolf Moon

Please keep us appraised of those places. I will most likely be moving.

kalbokalbs

^^^ As will I. Actively looking and planning to move.

Constitutional Carry states… FTA

As of February 12, 2021, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, North Dakota (residents only; concealed carry only), Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah (takes effect April 12, 2021), Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming (residents only) do not require a permit to carry ..

https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-1-d&q=What+are+the+constitutional+Carry+states

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Abbott in Texas has suggested Texas become a 2A Sanctuary. Read that a month ago or so. Crickets since.

  • Maybe Grandma, Michael or another QTreeper has more insights on Texas moves towards 2A Sanctuary status.

Nothing heard since.

Fully expect a whole lotta conservative states are going to push back on efforts to cancel 2A.

My next state is centered around 2A, taxes and conservative values.

Will share whatever I come across.

cthulhu

Mississippi?!?!?

We could all move to Daughnville!!!!!!!

kalbokalbs

🙂 B&B with blueberry muffins, home away from home, as we house hunt. 🙂

Odds are I’ll relocate to Texas or Oklahoma.

rayzorback

Close enough 🙂
Look at Arkansas too.
It is a good place to live also.

cthulhu

Arkansas is beautiful country, but it’s got two strikes against it.

The first is the dominance of one city in the state — in this case, Little Rock. Whenever you have a state where one city dominates, it causes trouble (Seattle, WA; Portland, OR; Las Vegas, NV; Cheyenne, WY; NY, NY; Boston, MA; Atlanta, GA; Chicago, IL; etc.). The mayors become little dictators, urban concerns become paramount and rural concerns discounted, there’s a steady stream of graft and patronage that gets routed to the dominant city….

And the second is that little thing about tornadoes. While most of us have expectations about tornadoes derived from The Wizard of Oz and would expect them in large flat spaces…..thus considering ourselves secure among the hills and forests of Arkansas…..stats don’t quite bear that out.

That said, I currently have a nephew out there.

rayzorback

True, Little Rock IS the dominate city. I don’t live anywhere near there. Tornadoes do happen here. That being said, Oklahoma has far more tornadoes than Arkansas. I love it here. If the SHTF, I feel pretty safe.

Wolf Moon

Thanks!!!

scott467

Of all the many reasons such a bill is completely unconstitutional, the government cannot compel anyone to be on a list that makes them a guaranteed target for violence by the government’s own unhinged goon followers.

kalbokalbs

Personally have NOT read the details of Utah’s Constitutionally Carry.

Comments from a gun blog reflect, no requirement to be a resident of Utah.

Some Constitutional carry states are limited to residents.

With the exception of Perrre DeLecto, Utah stock is rising.

gil00

I sent info to mr gil at work. Ill see if he knows anything.

kalbokalbs

Thanks Gil.

FTA

Highlighted Provisions:
25 This bill:
26 ▸ provides that an individual who is 21 years old or older, and may lawfully possess a
27 firearm, may carry a concealed firearm in a public area without a permit;

https://le.utah.gov/~2021/bills/static/HB0060.html

As I understand it, Utah was already OC friendly.

kalbokalbs

NOTE:

It appears Utah Constitutional Carry takes effect April 12, 2021.

Two more months.

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gil00

I asked him and he didnt read through it all yet.

Sauce
Wolf Moon

Now THAT is interesting……

Sauce

And that’s the legit drop

Intel Drop #953 (qalerts.app)

SteveInCO

Was wondering where to go, apparently qmap died.

para59r

Yep, about two to one month before the election they outed they guy running it and he had to shut down due to employment concern if I remember correctly.

cthulhu

Taken out by enemy action — doxxing and threatening the anonymous person running it.

rayzorback

Qalerts still works:

https://qalerts.app/

scott467

https://qanon.pub/ still works, too 👍

scott467

“The openly call you SHEEP/CATTLE.”

__________

That’s downright pleasant, compared to what we call them.

Gail Combs

Scott, you owe me a new key board!
  :wpds_lol: 

Wolf Moon

From GAB:

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phoenixrising

Weather is expected to be horrid in Texas and Southern states starting tomorrow afternoon/sunday a.m.

here’s report from Harold at Telegram, see post above this one with the map…
https://t.me/The_Library_II/33803

TheseTruths

That’s some serious prep talk, and good advice for anyone venturing out in sub-freezing temperatures. I’m wondering if these temperature extremes signal the beginning of the little ice age we’ve been hearing about.

Wolf Moon

I believe so. Everything is meeting up with the solar minimum approaching.

Gail Combs

The timing for the end of the Holocene interglacal was the Little Ice Age. Based on the end of the Younger Dryas, the Holocene is 11,700 years old. So the earth is 200 years past the end of the precession cycle of 23,000 years. And at the ripe old age of a Bond cycle. The sun has gone all quiet on us, GCR flux is noticeably up as a result.  Actually the Little Ice Age should have kicked the earth into glaciation by a GRAND Solar Maximum, the strongest in 3,000 years, saved us for a little while.

The coming Landscheidt minimum could be the beginning of a FULL BLOWN ICE AGE.

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I am firmly convinced that knowledge of the earth returning to Ice Age Conditions is what actually is driving the Depopulation idea since the physical evidence supporting the Milankovitch cycles was found in the early 1970s. DESPITE the cold, during the first UN environmental conference in 1972 headed by the Rockefeller’s man, Maurice Strong they talked of GLOBAL WARMING! Why? Because by 1958 they already knew about the The Gleissberg cycle of solar activity spanning roughly 80 to 90 years. Meaning a warming could be expected.
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If you put together the threads you find in the early 1970s there was a major shift from the USA continuing as a manufacturing base to exporting out technology, factory and jobs. (SOUTH like to Mexico, India and China.) This may have been because of the food scare due to the cold climate. Nigel Calder a science reporter at that time wrote:

[…]No, we didn’t make it up. I was present in Rome in 1961 when global cooling was already the main concern at a conference of the World Meteorological Organization and Unesco (see the Unesco reference). The discussions were led by Hubert Lamb of the UK Met Office, who went on to found the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia.

A persistent concern of Lamb and others was that the world might return to a Little Ice Age like that of 300 years ago. But the improving knowledge of glacial history, and especially the apparent brevity of warm interglacials, prompted anxiety about a full-blown ice age. George Kukla, together with Robert Matthews of Brown University, convened a conference in 1972 entitled “The Present Interglacial: How and When will it End?”….

Kukla and Matthews alerted President Richard Nixon, and as a result the US Administration set up a Panel on the Present Interglacial involving the State Department and other agencies.….

The result was the 1974 CIA report:
“A Study of Climatological Research as it Pertains to Intelligence Problems” makes that clear. (wwwDOT)climatemonitor.it/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/1974.pdf

How fast?? WITHIN DECADES!

….The onset of the LEAP [The glacial inception of the last glaciation] occurred within less than two decades (see the core photograph in Fig. 4), demonstrating the existence of a sharp threshold, which must be near 416Wm22, which is the 658N July insolation for 118 kyr BP (ref. 9). This value is only slightly below today’s value of 428Wm22. Insolation will remain at this level slightly above the inception for the next 4,000 years before it then increases again.” Sirocko, et al, Vol 436|11 August 2005|doi:10.1038/nature03905.

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Here is a ‘brief?’ look at the data gathered that refuting ‘Gore Bull Schiff Warming’ aka the ‘Green House’ and showing we are on the brink of either the ‘Ice House’ or the ‘Mad House’ (Bumping along between to interglacial peaks of a  ‘double precession-cycle’ interglacial.) Geologically the ‘Green House’ is NOT on the table.

“The lesson from the last interglacial “greenhouse” in the Bahamas is that the closing of that interval brought sea-level changes that were rapid and extreme. This has prompted the remark that between the greenhouse and the icehouse lies a climatic “madhouse”! — Neuman and Hearty (1996)

 Geologist William McClenney  looked at it from the perspective of geology in a series of posts at WUWT. His posts are gathered together HERE:
The End Holocene?
He used multiple papers from geologists such as this:

” The operative quotation being found in the landmark paper by Lisiecki and Raymo (“A Pliocene-Pleistocene stack of 57 globally distributed benthic D18O records”, Paleoceanography, Vol. 20, PA1003, doi:10.1029/2004PA001071, 2005) being:”

Recent research has focused on MIS 11 as a possible analog for the present interglacial [e.g., Loutre and Berger, 2003; EPICA community members, 2004] because both occur during times of low eccentricity. The LR04 age model establishes that MIS 11 spans two precession cycles, with 18O values below 3.6 o/oo for 20 kyr, from 398{418 ka. In comparison, stages 9 and 5 remained below 3.6 o/oo for 13 and 12 kyr, respectively, and the Holocene interglacial has lasted 11 kyr so far. In the LR04 age model, the average LSR of 29 sites is the same from 398-418 ka as from 250-650 ka; consequently, stage 11 is unlikely to be artificially stretched. However, the June 21 insolation minimum at 65N during MIS 11 is only 489 W/m2, much less pronounced than the present minimum of 474 W/m2. In addition, current insolation values are not predicted to return to the high values of late MIS 11 for another 65 kyr. We propose that this effectively precludes a “double precession-cycle” interglacial [e.g., Raymo, 1997] in the Holocene without human influence.”

Note the Loutre and Berger model looked at orbital mechanics and model results (They played around with computers instead of getting off their butts.) While Lisieki and Raymo took an exhaustive look at 57 globally distributed deep Ocean Drilling Project (and other) cores In other words they looked at real data not models.

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Dr Evans, Jo Nova’s Hubby looks at it from the point of view of the sun’s variability.

𝗡𝗼𝘁𝗰𝗵-𝗗𝗲𝗹𝗮𝘆 𝗦𝗼𝗹𝗮𝗿 𝗧𝗵𝗲𝗼𝗿𝘆 𝗣𝗿𝗲𝗱𝗶𝗰𝘁𝘀 𝗖𝗼𝗼𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗳𝗿𝗼𝗺 𝟮𝟬𝟭𝟳
The theory was initially introduced to the world in a series of blog posts on Joanne’s blog in 2014:

From Jo’s blog:

 Climate Scientists Misapplied Basic Physics

The basic climate model, the application of “basic physics” to climate, is essentially why establishment climate scientists believe in the carbon dioxide theory, despite considerable contrary empirical evidence. Dating back to 1896, the model contains serious architectural errors. Fixing the errors finds a much lower sensitivity to carbon dioxide — the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) overestimated future warming by a factor of five to ten. Less than 20% of the global warming of the last few decades was due to carbon dioxide.

Notch-Delay Solar Theory Predicts Cooling from 2017

Global temperatures will come off the current plateau into a sustained and significant cooling, beginning 2017 or maybe as late as 2021. The cooling will be about 0.3 °C in the 2020s, taking the planet back to the global temperature that prevailed in the 1980s. This was signaled (though not caused) by a fall in underlying solar radiation starting in 2004, one of the three largest falls since 1610 when records started. There is a delay of one sunspot cycle, currently 13 years (2004+13 = 2017).

(For what it is worth, we have not seen the hot summers here in NC that we saw a decade ago. (Sustained 95F -100+F thru the summer.)

Dr Evans’ links to the Jo Nova blog posts and his papers are HERE.

Gail Combs

Wolfie, I gave a synopsis of the Solar and Geological basis of WHY Global Warming is a COMPLETE CROCK in my last comment. Here is a bit more and you can BET the Globalist Elite are as well aware of this informatation (AND MORE) as we are.

From the paper Can we predict the duration of an interglacial? I extracted the 21 June solar insolation @ 65◦ N for several glacial inceptions:

Current values are insolation = 479 W m−2
(MIS = Marine Isotope Stage # interglacial)

MIS 7e – insolation = 463 W m−2,
MIS 11c – insolation = 466 W m−2,
MIS 13a – insolation = 500 W m−2,
MIS 15a – insolation = 480 W m−2,
MIS 17 – insolation = 477 W m−2,

Depth of the last ice age – around 463 W m−2
NOW (modern Warm Period) 476Wm-2

This would indicate that when the solar insolation gets somewhere below 500 W m−2 other factors (volcanoes?) can tip the climate into the cold state. Steven Wilde has connected low solar activity to the “loopy Jet” that allows the blocking highs that plagued us these last winters. Steven Goddard compared the ‘Polar Express’ shape to the Laurentide ice sheet in North America. – a very decent match.
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If the elite are as well aware of a possible coming ‘Ice House’ or ‘Mad House’ (One is as bad as the other.) Would that explain their 16 year plan to take down the USA AND WIPE OUT BILLIONS OF PEOPLE in an ‘orderly fashion’ ??

If you KNEW the Earth would not be able to support a large population AND you had the means, wouldn’t YOU want to save yourself AND THE BEST AND BRIGHTEST while killing off the ‘Useless eaters’ ?

Wouldn’t a ‘Vaccine’ mandated for the whole world that could be ‘selectively’ administered be the BEST WAY to achieve those results?

Wouldn’t you also want to SAVE as much of the DNA of plants and animals including humans that you can?

Wouldn’t you want to be able to use Genetic Manipulation to make a bright BUT subservient slave race?

THIS MAP shows WHY THEY HAVE TO GRAB CONTROL OF THE USA!
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Wolf Moon

“Wouldn’t you want to be able to use Genetic Manipulation to make a bright BUT subservient slave race?”

They’re just continuing the work on that one. Planetary exclusion meant that they had to increase improvisation by locals.

Everything looks a bit different, but a lot more makes sense, when you increase the radius of the problem, so to speak.

Gail Combs

Humans have had breeding programs for eons. That is how we ended up with domesticated animals. Also those who were not ‘followers’ and were too stupid, challenged the Old Leader before they were ready and got killed young.

So yes, the ‘breeding’ of a ‘servant class’ has been going on for eons too.

The problem with the USA was it Grab and Concentrated the ‘MAVERICK GENE’ For 200 years those who wanted freedom came here and sank or swam by their own efforts. Ted Kennedy and others tried to dilute this by CHANGING IMMIGRATION LAWS.

Ted Kennedy’s Immigration Legacy — and why did he do it?
…Just as a reminder, let’s make a short list of the immigration policies that Kennedy and his extremely talented staff put into effect:

  • The 1965 revamp of the entire immigration system. It ended 40 years of low immigration, got rid of solid numerical caps and opened up chain migration into every overpopulated country in the world, exploding annual immigration numbers. 
  • Massive expansion of the refugee programs in the late 1970s, opening up massive loopholes and encouraging a domestic resettlement industry that became a major lobby for more and more overall immigration.
  • The 1986 blanket amnesty. Kennedy’s skills may have been best seen here where he got legislators on our side to agree to the amnesty in exchange for enforcement rules that he made sure were written in a way that would not work. Within a decade, he would be using the inability to enforce the 1986 rules as an excuse for why we needed more green cards and more amnesties. An example of Kennedy’s great skill was that he persuaded Ronald Reagan to enthusiastically support this bill.
  • The 1990 immigration act, which increased overall immigration by another 35%. The first Pres. Bush was Kennedy’s co-partner, just as the second Pres. Bush was Kennedy’s eager co-partner in trying to force through another blanket amnesty 2001-2008.
  • The 1990 act also established the lottery whereby we randomly give away 50,000 green cards a year to people in countries picked because they have the least ties and cultural association with the United States, and which disproportionately are terrorist-sponsoring countries. This was something of a compromise for Kennedy who was able to ensure that during the first few years, much of the lottery winners would be illegal aliens from Ireland — his own ethnic group.
  • The H-1B visas which have enabled corporations to keep hundreds of thousands of American kids from getting a foothold in the high tech industry.
  • The total defeat of liberal civil rights champion Barbara Jordan’s blue-ribbon commission recommendations to reduce overall immigration and eliminate chain migration and the lottery in 1996.
  • Six mini-amnesties that passed in the 1990s, primarily aimed at specific nationalities…..
Gail Combs

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cthulhu

In other (possibly related) news….

Due to governmental ineptitude, a “legal” marijuana source has a tough time growing the plants outside. Accordingly, “legalization” has lead to immense amounts of otherwise commercial space being used as cannabis grow houses. So, the usual tree-huggers are coming out in droves to complain about the inefficiencies of indoor grow-houses and they want growers to invest in all sorts of “green nude eel” BS methods to have skittle-producing flying unicorns deal with this.

But, in the middle of reading an article about this farce, I hit the following “factoid” — which, if true, is stunning: three percent of California’s electricity consumption is marijuana grow houses.

I can’t opine on the veracity of this, but to put it into context — MJ can be grown quite happily outdoors in most of California with no electrical consumption at all.

Sylvia Avery

Just getting caught up! Great post, grandma. Although I was all happy reading about cold weather and hot toddies, but reading about Mitch has soured my stomach. Blech……what a weasel.

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