Dear KMAG: 20211129 Joe Biden Didn’t Win ❀ Open Topic

Joe Biden didn’t win. This is our Real President:

This Stormwatch Monday Open Thread is VERY OPEN – a place for everybody to post whatever they feel they would like to tell the White Hats, and the rest of the MAGA/KAG/KMAG world (with KMAG being a bit of both).

Yes, it’s Monday…again.

But it’s okay! We’ll get through it.

 

Free Speech is practiced here at the Q Tree. But please keep it civil. We’re on the same side here so let’s not engage in friendly fire.

If you find yourself in a slap fight, we ask that you take it outside to The U Tree…which is also a good place to report any technical difficulties, if you’re unable to report them here.

Please also consider the Important Guidelines, outlined here. Let’s not give the odious Internet Censors a reason to shut down this precious haven that Wolf has created for us.

Please pray for our real President, the one who actually won the election:


For your listening enjoyment, I offer this mix of tracks from Fearless Motivation:

And how about a classic Blind Faith song, performed by Clapton and Winwood:


Our beloved country is under Occupation by hostile forces.

It sucks and there are new outrages each day in this horror show of epic phuckery.

We can give in to despair…or we can be defiant and fight back in any way that we can.

 

Joe Biden didn’t win.

I will keep saying Joe Biden didn’t win until we get His Fraudulency out of our White House.


Wheatie’s Word of the Day:

paedarchy or pedarchy

Paedarchy/pedarchy is a noun which means…government by children; rule by children.

Used in a sentence:

The Biden regime is showing us what a paedarchy nation would be like.


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Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

“horror show of epic phuckery” deserves to be put on a space probe, to apologize for the Biden puppet regime.

cthulhu

Like being stuck in a moving vehicle with an obnoxious little kid who is constantly doing things to get a rise out of you…behind the wheel.

Valerie Curren

Ah the multiverse let you time-travel to my child-rearing days!

https://youtu.be/sa9FiKzn3ak

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hopefully one of those shows 🙂

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Valerie Curren

Thanks Wheatie. I see it in the notifier, if not on the page, hmmm…

Valerie Curren

I guess Dewey is too frosty for the Deep State 😉

Valerie Curren

Josiah used to kick & scream his way across 3/4 the length of the Michigan mitten, before we discovered noise dampening headphones, which reduced but didn’t eliminate that level of chaos–sigh. We’d arrive at our “vacation” destination Massively Stressed Out–good times–not. None of us turned into murderers, by God’s Grace! temptation abounded!  😯 

Aubergine

The reason kids are cute is so we don’t kill them.

Valerie Curren

No doubt. Screaming, diapers, AND puke are a pretty brutal induction into the joys of parenthood!

Aubergine

Two of my kids subjected me to “torture by poop.” It was brutal. One sprayed me during a diaper change. The other one…I went in after his nap and he had spread it EVERYWHERE. He had a canopy crib, and there was poop ON TOP of the canopy. I have still got no idea how he did it. I literally had to walk out of the room for a minute just to calm down.

Valerie Curren

Oh my, the stories we could tell–they are Only fun in the rearview mirror, Not in the living. Thankfully we AND our kids survived!!!!

Aubergine

Yep!

Gail Combs

GEEEeee,

You guys are making me glad Hubby and I decided not to have kids and rather decided to enjoy OTHER PEOPLE’s KIDS AT BIRTHDAY PARTIES.

(We were both too old and as a chemist I had been playing with mutagens for years…)

Aubergine

Children are a blessing and a trial. I had my first early and by accident, so I just decided to go ahead and have some more. If I hadn’t had the first one, who knows?

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Was with the extended family yesterday for a belated Thanksgiving dinner. (Schedules rarely allow us to do these things on the normal days.)

One of the kids wanted to know what “element” best described someone or other. I guess he had tripped over something-or-other on his phone.

The available choices included the classic Greek Four (earth, water, air, fire) plus a bunch of other things like light and darkness…and here I was trying to suggest protactinium.

Gail Combs

Mom’s solution was to threaten to pull over and give us a reason…. She did it once so we knew she meant it.

wowohwow1528

Mom and Dad had a … STRAP … shudder ..

Mom also preferred.. a .. switch, she made you go outside and get it too.

.. 😫 ..

Grandmaintexas

My mom broke many a hairbrush and wooden spoon on our backsides. 😄

wowohwow1528

Que to 18 seconds .. 😜

… 🤕 .. ❤️

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Let me guess…an additional penalty for having to break the item?

There was an internet sensation a few years ago; a guy who took his daughter’s laptop (after she had trash-talked him on social media), put a few rounds of .45 into it, and informed her she not only had to buy her OWN laptop next time, but she owed him for the ammo.

Gail Combs

I would not ALLOW her a laptop or computer or calculator PERIOD!

You get a slide rule and an old fashioned type writer AND YOU HAVE TO BUY THEM.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Some schools probably *require* an online presence now.

Hopefully they’d accept a PDF scan of something typewritten…

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

And unfortunately I’d bet many math/science classes *assume* the student has an eight-decimal-digits precision calculator available. So a slide rule (which is good for about three digits as I recall, and that in very well trained hands) wouldn’t actually be acceptable.

I *do* think people should know how to crank math by hand…or a slide rule…but I think once they’ve demonstrated proficiency a calculator is desirable. Much of my engineering school homework wouldn’t have been feasible at all without one. As in it’d take ten times longer and the answer wouldn’t have been as accurate. Nonetheless, I’d throw in an occasional “simpler” problem and require it be done by slide rule just to keep people on their toes.

And even NASA in the good old days shoved stuff through a computer to refine the answers after the boys with the slide rules were done.

Gail Combs

I am archaic.

During high school THERE WERE NO CALCULATORS.

If she is going to college, then she can get out of the house!

>>>>>>>

Also if such precision was needed in class room work, then she is old enough for homeschooling via the Robinson Method where you teach yourself.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

In the particular case of the viral web video I was thinking of, she was some high school kid who trash talked daddy on social media. The way many teenagers will do among themselves, but of course this was not as private as they thought it was.

College and STEM was not the issue.

Yes, you’re a bit “archaic.” I still remember seeing a BIG slide rule hanging in a science classroom in high school (so that the teacher could demo how to use it to do problems) but the teacher never actually touched it. We were mostly expected to do things longhand for exams in high school but I think toward the end the idea of getting across what the problem meant was more important than (re)proving proficiency at arithmetic. By college it was *expected* that you’d have a calculator with you; programmable ones usually had to be master-cleared before an exam (so you’d have to know the formulas). I’d never have made it without an HP-41 calculator. There was just too doggone much computation to be done even though I *could* do it longhand if necessary (and struggle with a slide rule).

Any STEM student should know their way around a slide rule, better than I do, frankly (I can multiply and divide on one, but for anything fancier than that using the other scales, I would need the manual.)

cthulhu

Half the fun of using a slipstick is knowing how many digits of precision you have coming out of the process….

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

My college physics *lab* had a textbook, whose sole subject matter was determining how much precision you could claim given different sorts of formulae and inputs.

Highly engaging reading it was NOT.

Gail Combs

Yeah, my college analitical chemistry course had the same emphasis.

They pounded it in so hard it is STILL stuck in my brain. 🤓

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

An essential skill for a practicing scientist, actually–unless he’s a pure theoretician who shouldn’t be allowed to touch a screwdriver lest he put out his own eyes.

I do remember reading a science article on Fox a few years ago. The subject was a star “326 light years away” (I don’t recall what was special about it). I was thinking that was an awfully precisely measured distance until I realized that it’s 100 parsecs (and astronomers think and work in parsecs, not light years). So the “science journalist” probably interviewed some actual scientist, who said the thing was a hundred parsecs away (and that probably has a +/- ten parsec error bar, or maybe even more), and the “science journalist” simply multiplied by 3.26 and didn’t toss the non-significant digits and write “three hundred light years away.”

Gail Combs

I actually got fired over a ‘significant figure’ problem.

I did ten samples from the batch and then ten samples using measured amounts of the raw materials placed directly into each test sample.

This proved the test method was ACCURATE to the required significant figure and could determine if a sample was within spec while the MIXING was pure crap.

It was mixing dry ingredients and differing particle size plus static charge made uniformity close to impossible.

My boss, the mix room manager did not want to hear that.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Aaah, yes.

You can evade reality (which is what he was trying to do), but you cannot evade the *consequences* of evading reality.

(Paraphrase of something Ayn Rand said.)

Gail Combs

YUPPERS!

She got fired as soon as the VP got back from vacation and found out she had fired me.

Too bad he wasn’t willing to hire me back. I really like the company although like most of the companies I have worked for it no longer exists.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Even aside from that, ignoring that sort of thing WILL bite someone in the ass someday.

Grandmaintexas

She would go ballistic if the spoon broke. 😂😂😂

Valerie Curren

Ah, the “good” old days 😉

wowohwow1528

more like .. ahhhhhhh 😩 … the “good” old days .. 😍😝🥺

Valerie Curren

Yes!

Brave and Free

And we all survived that and were better for it. IMHO
It only had to happen once, at least in my case.

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wowohwow1528

My brother two years older than me was a drama kid, before the parents could lay a hand on him he’d hit the floor on his back screaming “ahhhhhhh 😫 don’t hit me “ … it fell on deaf ears though

singingsoul1

I would pull over when they fought in the back of the car and say nothing and after 5 minutes one realized we were no longer driving. then “mom why are we not driving? because kids you are fighting and I am not driving with kids in the car who are fighting ! But mom our favored TV show is going to be on soon ! When you all stop fighting we continue towards home “.
No more fights in the car. I then used to hear in whispers “no fighting mom will pull over.”  😂 

wowohwow1528

The best thing about a station wagon is the younger siblings always were seated in the back seat as the older siblings had squatters rights to the second row seats but it backfired on them a because when my Dad got mad about the ruckus in the car he’d reach over and smack them .. heh heh

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

The Biden administration has been compared to being tied up in a room with a toddler who’s playing with a loaded gun.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

About the size of it!!!

ForGodandCountry

Hah.

Well it’s like they’re trying to provoke us and poke us…make us crazy.

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wowohwow1528

In my family the kids always “took care of the obnoxious little kid” they would get secretly thumped. 😃👍‼️

wowohwow1528

Especially in the car … it was literally WestleRama on a sibling went rouge.

wowohwow1528

.. when .. a sibling went rogue .. 😑🤚

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Letting a sibling go rouge is way worse than letting one go rogue! 😉

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wowohwow1528

LOL … I’d of dropped the little bugger off, .. 🤨

wowohwow1528

Can you tuck and roll?

Aubergine

I used to call that “being pecked to death by ducks.”

Loved my kids, but geez they can be persistent.

smiley2

prediction…

the demoncrap party nominees :

 👉  (Hillary) Clinton/(Moose) Obama 2024

  :wpds_mrgreen:   :toldyaso: 

wowohwow1528

WWF is alive and … well/😣🤚 …

RDS

Well, that ** may ** be what the DNC is discussing behind closed doors after getting “hints” from HRC and MO. However, what the Republic would be looking at would be TWO “co-equal Presidents”, since both HRC and MO believe they’re “entitled” to the top spot.
Let the cat fight begin!

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wowohwow1528

Reminds me of the vaudeville joke .. Moose and a 💩 were walking down Pennsylvania Avenue …

wowohwow1528

Super glued to the OUTSIDE … of the space probe … 🎶 … happy trails to you .. 🎶 till we “meet aaaaaaaaagggggggainnnn” 🎶

Linda

I thought there was already a MAGA candidate running against Abbott.

para59r

If McConaughey comes in he’ll come in as Democrat pushing a no label ticket and FGC is correct, the 8 point lead thing is the media attempting to manipulate weak minded voters.

ForGodandCountry

Leftists are devout believers in the theory that if you tell a lie long enough it will come true. So they just keep lying. And this is why they are so concerned with “narratives”.

Joe Biden’s approval rating is at 36%…..36%!!…..and falling. “Let’s go Brandon” and it’s original version CONTINUE to grow with no signs of slowing.

Nov. ‘22 is going to be a referendum on the Biden administration. Hell, at the rate things are going, people are going to be trying to get into polling locations next Nov. like Walmart shoppers on a Black Friday!

And yet, in the face of these truths, the Dallas Morning Propaganda says that dopey pothead MM would beat Abbott by 8?!

Reread the first sentence.

Aubergine

“Like Walmart shoppers on Black Friday!”

Great description that I believe will be completely accurate. It’s gonna be hard to cheat when NOBODY voted Democrat!

Gail Combs

Remember Trump and the 17 contenders that were used to put in place JEB! as the Uni-party’s pick.

Divide and Conquer has multiple uses and the Cabal uses them all.

Brave and Free

And with all this narrative pushing, Abbott is guaranteed to get reelected. Is that not the goal for the D’s anyway? Controlled opposition is better than total opposition.

Grandmaintexas

THIS. Abbott is one of Them. As is Cornyn.

wowohwow1528

It makes me sick and tired of all these miserable scummy 💩’s

ForGodandCountry

A recent Dallas Morning News poll said McConaughey would beat incumbent Greg Abbott by 8 points

😂 😂 😂 😂

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

It might even be true. For the moment.

What we see here is a known quantity that apparently excites no one versus a celebrity that everything THINKS they know because he’s a celebrity (and as a celebrity, has a likeable image), but they’re really just filling in all the political blanks to suit their own hopes.

As time goes on and people learn who McConaughey actually is and many decide he’s a custardhead (even if he turns out to be down-the-line Deplorable [unlikely!!], many others who once liked him will realize they don’t) the numbers WILL shift and (if they’re not already lying) they will have to start lying.

Linda

They’re getting awfully blatant in their lies.

Grandmaintexas

The pathology of lying in so blatant a manner presages their downfall. It alienates even those who want to believe.

wowohwow1528
Aubergine

That is just fucking pitiful. Do these so-called “journalists” really think anyone believes that?

kalbokalbs

THE very same School of Journalism, that trained Baghdad Bob. OR CNNs goofs, “Mostly Peaceful” with fires raging in view.

Linda

Sylvia just posted this at Marica’s and I thought everyone should see it. This doctor is really telling it like it is.

“The leading doctor credited with improving early treatment of COVID-19 said in a conference that the goal of vaccine transmission campaigns is to “control and kill off a large proportion of our population without anyone suspecting that we were poisoned.”

“The deaths that are meant to follow the vaccinations will never be able to be pinned on the poison. They will be too diverse, there will be too many, and they will be in too broad a timeframe for us to understand that we have been poisoned,” claims Dr. Shankara Chetty………

https://greatgameindia.com/covid-vaccine-reduce-world-population/

ForGodandCountry

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Aubergine

“The deaths that are meant to follow the vaccinations will never be able to be pinned on the poison. They will be too diverse, there will be too many, and they will be in too broad a timeframe for us to understand that we have been poisoned…”

Except for US. WE KNOW.

Which is probably why they try to periodically shut this site down.

cthulhu

Blue fists, or blue balls…..

wowohwow1528

Hence the blue cough/cough …

cthulhu

One of the peculiarities of working in a startup is that the configuration of your workspace is always changing as things expand. At first, there are three people crammed in a closet. Then you get your first round of funding, and get new facilities (often in the same building) with “Administration” and “Engineering” spaces. You start making things, so you cram “Inventory” into your original closet. You need a loading dock, so you start out sharing one with a burnt-out startup that shows up on Wednesdays…..

Anyway, at one point at one place I worked, we had a vacuum research group headed by a guy named “Dick Phister” that was only accessible by going through my accounting department. At one point, in the tense lead-up to a trade show, one of the partners came bursting in looking for the vacuum group. “Where is Dick Phister, what the hell is he doing when we have a truck ready?”

I could see in everyone’s eyes that we were all thinking, “Probably Dick Phisting” — but we all pantomimed ignorance, knowing better than to antagonize already-stressed executives….

ForGodandCountry

As an aside…

Dick Phister is the perfect nickname for the total jackoff that is Joe Biden.

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Deplorable Patriot

Or a James Bond parody flick.

wowohwow1528

Sung to the tune of “Goldfinger” bwahahahahaha 😂👍‼️

Deplorable Patriot

I meant the villain in a James Bond parody flick.

I shouldn’t comment before tea.

wowohwow1528

I have Glen Livet and Glen Fiddich, … come on over to my house 🏡 it’s a 🎶 very very fine house 🎶 .. 😜👍❤️

Valerie Curren

LOL, literally–thanks!

Valerie Curren

My dad was just telling us some college days tales including the unfortunately named “Dick Willy”  😂 

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and there’s this…
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Aubergine

ROTFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!

OMG, I will HAVE to do this now!

Of course, I am in Montana, so I’ll probably never see one!

Sadie Slays

The Salvation Army responded to the backlash against their racist materials. Their response is quoted below. Apologies if this was already posted and I missed it.

tl;dr: The Salvation Army claims “no one is being told how to think,” they complain that about people who “ignore their efforts to provide accurate information,” and generally defend their CRT position. They pulled the racist book claiming, “certain aspects of the guide may need to be clarified.”

Conveniently missing is any explanation regarding why The Salvation Army was using donor money to produce racist books instead of helping the needy. That’s the part that pisses me off the most about this. The Salvation Army apparently has enough money lying around that they can afford to pay Communists to bully White people, and yet they still have the audacity to beg for our pocket change outside of the supermarket. They still want us to believe that the money in the red kettles is going toward feeding a hungry person or to the local homeless shelter, and not toward funding social justice indoctrination programs. 

Also missing from this response is any kind of assurance that they were treating their White clients fairly. If the official stance of The Salvation Army is that all White people are racists who need to “repent and apologize,” then I have to wonder how much of this hateful rhetoric filters down toward the treatment of their clients.

The Salvation Army’s Response to False Claims on the Topic of Racism

The holidays are a welcome reminder of the things we are grateful for—and for the power of service on behalf of those who are less fortunate. The Salvation Army mission statement clearly outlines the nature of our service: to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and meet human needs in His name without discrimination. The beliefs that motivate our service are based solely on the Bible, and that will never change.

But although we remain committed to serving everyone in need—regardless of their beliefs, backgrounds, or lifestyle—some individuals and groups have recently attempted to mislabel our organization to serve their own agendas. They have claimed that we believe our donors should apologize for their skin color, that The Salvation Army believes America is an inherently racist society, and that we have abandoned our Christian faith for one ideology or another.

Those claims are simply false, and they distort the very goal of our work.

The truth is that The Salvation Army believes that racism is fundamentally incompatible with Christianity, and that we are called by God to work toward a world where all people are loved, accepted, and valued. Our positional statement on racism makes this clear. These beliefs and goals are critically important because we know that racism exists, and we are determined to do everything the Bible asks of us to overcome it.

The Salvation Army occasionally publishes internal study guides on various complex topics to help foster positive conversations and grace-filled reflection among Salvationists. By openly discussing these issues, we always hope to encourage the development of a more thoughtful organization that is better positioned to support those in need. But no one is being told how to think. Period.

In this case, the guide “Let’s Talk About Racism,” was issued as a voluntary resource, but it has since become a focus of controversy. We have done our best to provide accurate information, but unfortunately, some have chosen to ignore those efforts. At the same time, International Headquarters realized that certain aspects of the guide may need to be clarified.

Consequently, for both reasons, the International Social Justice Commission has now withdrawn the guide for appropriate review.

We at The Salvation Army remain undeterred in our mission because we are confident in the power of the gospel, and because millions of vulnerable Americans need our help. And we remain deeply grateful for the support of a generous public—people from all walks of life and from all parts of the country—who help us meet human need wherever it exists. Our supporters know that ours is a message of love, even for those who disagree or attack us. That is the model set by Christ, and we strive to follow it every day.

May God bless you, and Merry Christmas.

https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/story/the-salvation-armys-response-to-false-claims-on-the-topic-of-racism/

ForGodandCountry

The marxists have infiltrated every organization that was worth a damn, right on down to the Boy Scouts.

What they’re trying to do with the SA is nothing compared to what they did to the BSA.

They are vile, rancid filth. (spit)

Gail Combs

Not to mention what they did to the Girl Scouts.

Valerie Curren

starting so long ago too!

ForGodandCountry

Consequently, for both reasons, the International Social Justice Commission has now withdrawn the guide for appropriate review.

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Translation: We were getting exposed, so we have gone into hiding. For now.

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cthulhu

Hint — if you have an “International Social Justice Commission”, you have abandoned your fundamental precepts and are damned.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Or those were your precepts from the start.

Either way, bad.

Sadie Slays

Translation: “We’re pulling it for the holiday donation season and hoping people forget by next week.” 

Not going to happen, Commies. I’m ready to print these up and deploy at the local supermarket.
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cthulhu

Those should come in handy.

Grandmaintexas

Love it!!!

RDS

Fabulous!

wowohwow1528

I’d like to print a slew of those off to put in their dadblasted POTS … dang it

wowohwow1528

Miserable evil scum

scott467

Their criminal money-laundering scam should go out of business yesterday.

Gail Combs
Deplorable Patriot

Pontificating bullschiff. I used to help write this sort of thing.

The Salvation Army’s programs are good, I hear, but there is no follow-up and their clients end up back in the habits that put them there in the first place. I worked with a social worker who was blunt about that.

Grandmaintexas

The nice thing about these vaunted organizations going woke is that we can voluntarily withdraw our support, give to worthy causes, form our own worthy orgs, and kick the dust from our heels as we abandon them in their wokeness.

Let the dead bury the dead.

Brave and Free

Don’t throw your pearls before swine. Many more worthwhile organizations to give our change to.

Grandmaintexas

Amen.

wowohwow1528

Amen 🙏🏼

🤨

Aubergine

Amen, Grandma. Amen.

Aubergine

I know someone personally who was turned away from the Salvation Army here because they didn’t like her “lifestyle.” She is not Christian.

It is of course just my personal feeling about it, but I don’t think Jesus made those distinctions when offering help. How likely is is that a non-Christian would become Christian given that kind of treatment?

ForGodandCountry

Two trials start today…

Ghislaine Maxwell, and….the french actor….

Jussie Smolette (aka Juicy Smolyea)

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mollypitcher5

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Kam-Kam and Cor-Cor (Booker) were involved with the hoax. The only question is whether they hid their tracks well enough.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Ah, yes “Spartacus”

(yeesh)

[Not to be confused with Fartacus a/k/a Fartwell who apparently tries to go by the name of Swalwell.]

wowohwow1528

Sez the NON-United States CITIZEN ..

wowohwow1528

I’m sharing this ‼️‼️

wowohwow1528

Justice for Juicy‼️

Aubergine

Which would involve prison. Where a nickname like “Juicy” is gonna be fun!

ForGodandCountry
Deplorable Patriot

I posted that the other day. Hilarious.

Gail Combs

No Honor Among THIEVES and Marxists are THIEVES!

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Marxism is at its core simply a big-worded pseudo-philosophical justification for thievery.

Gail Combs

Got it in one!

Sadie Slays

Symbolism regarding the Moronic variant. I think it was Cuppa who originally posted the bottom meme, but I’m re-posting for completeness.
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Deplorable Patriot

They’re really trying too hard with the demonic stuff. Well, somebody is, because if this is the white hats playing the black hats, at this point the over the top demonic symbolism is mockery.

Not that that is a bad thing.

Cuppa Covfefe

Those people DO believe that. I worked with some, went to Uni with others. A few names would be recognizable, others not. And there are MANY in the silicon valley, far more than the average person would expect. Asilomar, Esalen, Aptos, and the various “Harmonic Junction Points” are all near the SF Bay Area. It’s no accident that it’s so strange and perverted there…

Grandmaintexas

Hidden knowledge, gnoticism is big with them. It feeds their pathetic egos.

Cuppa Covfefe

And Satan’s, as well…

wowohwow1528

Boy oh boy are THEY in for a surprise ‼️

Cuppa Covfefe

Gonna be a hot time in the old town for them…

Please

wouldn’t it be ironic to have a Sodom and Gomorrah moment for LA and SF, knowing they teeter on the appropriately named faultline.

God Bless those who can see and LET’S GO BRANDON!

Cuppa Covfefe

Trouble is, it’s a strike-slip fault, and not a subduction fault (like Cascadia) which would solve the problem pretty quickly (in geological time)…

Of course that area sucks so badly that who knows what might happen???

Gail Combs

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This fence used to be straight
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From 1830 earthquake

http://digital-desert.com/san-andreas-fault/san-andreas-05.html

Cuppa Covfefe

Yep, but with subduction, the fence would be headed down, down, DOWN into the Earth’s mantle…

Sort of where Kalifornistan (OK, just the DEMONRATS) belongs…

Cuppa Covfefe

Almost NOTHING is straight in Kalifornistan anymore 🙁

mollypitcher5

Santa Cruz County also…all that harmonic junctions stuff. Lots and lots of scary things that I ran into there as a 18 yr old and then through the many years following.

pgroup2

Sedona AZ also.

Cuppa Covfefe

Yep. Also the home of car stereo freaks… can’t figure out why…

wowohwow1528

My dh said he wants to move to Sedona … he can “follow his bliss” (Joseph Campbell)

Cuppa Covfefe

“Bliss” has a special meaning… Look at “Foundation’s Edge” and “Foundation and Earth” and “Bliss” (GAIA) by Isaac Asimov, where he ruined both the Foundation Trilogy and the “I, Robot” novels by merging them and corrupting them with the GAIA nonsense… 😡 😡 😡 😡 😡

Interesting article here:
https://realitysandwich.com/why-following-your-bliss-is-bullshit

In that he mentions Paramanasha Yogananda, who wrote “Autobiography Of A Yogi”, and who, essentially, popularized Yoga in the west. I knew the son of one of his “disciples” back in the day… his name was “Anand”… he roomed with a (backsliding, as it were) $cientologist friend of mine, as well as his girlfriend.

“Three’s Company” doesn’t even come close. Weirdistan, perhaps. He was a good guy, but wayyyyyy off base…


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wowohwow1528

My dh read Campbell, he liked it very much.

Cuppa Covfefe

Yep. I used to drive from the Bay Area to Socal about every three weeks or so when I was in Uni (and it wasn’t just LAUNDRY RUNS 😀 ) and that part of Kali really spooked me. I’d drive Highway 1, 101, 5, 99, and that part always gave me the heebie-jeebies. (I wanted to go via 395 for a change, but it was only really open in summer, when I was home in the Bay Area… drat)…..

There’s a book about the New Age called “Blinded By The Light” which details a lot of stuff that that area contains… crystals, chanting, spells, etc. ….

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Aubergine

These people are playing games with forces they do not understand. I truly believe that.

I know quite a few people in this category. They have no real understanding of any of it. They are like children trying on what they think is “naughty” behavior. They don’t comprehend the danger in it at all.

The people at the very top may have some understanding of what they are doing. But even they don’t know the TRUE danger, not really, or they would never risk it.

mollypitcher5

Right. When I first landed in Santa Cruz, all wide eyed and wannabe flower child, my wanderings led me into wild circles of people all high and calling out into the cosmos for “spiritual” guidance. Thank the Lord, my innate cynicism and healthy fear of things that looked to be demonic that eventually proved to be so saved me from being lost in that world forever.
I bet so many of them had no clue what they were asking for or dealing with, I know I sure didn’t.

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Cuppa Covfefe

Thank GOD that you escaped that trap! Berrit Kjos’s site, http://www.crossroad.to has a lot of interesting and informative posts on that and other dangers of the “New Age”…

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mollypitcher5

thanks, looks like a nice site

Aubergine

Glad you came out of it clear-eyed and intact.

mollypitcher5

phew..me too!

Cuppa Covfefe

http://www.crossroad.to has a number of articles about it. Berrit’s encounter with a ReiKi practitioner is really telling: http://www.crossroad.to/articles2/011/reiki-polarity.htm
(an excerpt; the whole article is really good, and sobering):

The Mystery behind Reiki, Polarity and other “Holistic” PracticesTo maintain my RN license back in the seventies, I attended a Holistic Health Conference. The keynote speakers included Elisabeth Kübler-Ross (who dabbled in spiritualism) and Dr. Carl Simonton. Dr. Daniel Amen, one of Rick Warren’s three health experts, wrote the following in his 2010 book, Change your Brain – Change your Body:

“My interest in the brain-body connection started more than thirty years ago. As a college student, my thinking was influenced by the work of O. Carl Simonton, the oncologist who taught people to use visualization to boost their immune system in order to fight cancer. In medical school, I became trained in the use of medical hypnosis and began to see the powerful effect it can have on healing the body.” [see page 4]

The list of optional classes included a workshop on Polarity, which is similar to Reiki. It seemed to be an interesting way to earn my “continuing education” credits, so I signed up. As a new Christian, I knew little about spiritual dangers and nothing about New Age healing.

At the start of the class, the therapist promised that her massage would “balance the energies” in the (volunteer) patient’s body. That should have alerted me to the spiritual danger ahead, but it didn’t! Before we left, she assured us that she could fix any kind of back problem, including mine, which stemmed from childhood polio. Impressed, I signed up for a future private therapy session.

A few weeks later I drove to her clinic and was ushered to a massage table. I began to feel a bit nervous – especially after noticing a mystical drawing on her wall. “What’s that?” I asked the therapist when she came into the room.

“It’s like a spirit guide,” she answered.

Praying for wisdom, I asked, “Where does your power come from?”

“It’s from the universal force,” she began. “It goes through my spirit guide into me, then through my hands into you.” [see note]

A much belated fear swept over me, and I almost jumped off the table. But after a quick and fervent prayer for God’s guidance came a comforting assurance that He would keep me safe in Him. I silently praised Him, prayed through the parts of His armor [Ephesians 6:10-18], then soundlessly sang the hymn, “How Great Thou Art” as I waited.

As soon as the therapist touched my back, she began to cough. Soon she was coughing so hard that she could hardly breathe. So she squatted on the floor next to me. Minutes later, I turned my head and asked, “What are you doing down there?”

“Re-aligning my energies,” she finally answered. She stood up to try again, but the moment she touched me, the coughing resumed. Angry, she stepped back, waited to catch her breath and then announced, “I can’t help you. MY POWER WON’T GO INTO YOU! You might as well go home.”

“Thank You, Lord!” I whispered. I tried to explain that He had protected me from the spiritual source she trusted. But she didn’t want to hear about the difference between my God and her cosmic energy force. “Just leave,” she warned. I did, and all the way home I praised my Lord who had shown me that “He who is in you is greater than he who is in the world.”[1 John 4:4]

Aubergine

Wow. That’s a freaky story. Yikes.

Cuppa Covfefe

Another sobering story, related to Berrit’s article, is from Jennifer Pekich, who had a great blog, “Ponderings from Patmos” which appears to have been shut down by the “pied piper of purpose” or his CFR friends. She had just posted a few articles (three, IIRC) about the “diet and health plan” pushed by Rick Warren and a few new-Age “colleagues”. Shortly afterwards, her blog (was) disappeared… 😡 😡 😡 😡 😡 😡 😡

Here’s another Christian commentator’s coverage of that:

https://www.lighthousetrailsresearch.com/blog/?p=5636

(lighthousetrails is great, btw)…..

Aubergine

Thanks! I’ll check it out.

mollypitcher5

Wow, that’s amazing.
When I lived up in Felton, it was a 3 rental spread. The one next to me was an older alcoholic. He cried to me all the time about spirits bothering him. Everybody else chalked it up to him being a drunk.
It definitely was not his imagination.
The day I saw it for my own eyes I hitchhiked down the mountain and wouldn’t return even for my things.

wowohwow1528

This is a wonderful story, God bless this awesome Christian lady .. and He most certainly did .. so so wonderful ❤️

wowohwow1528
mollypitcher5
Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Moronic!

Valerie Curren

There’s literally a White Rabbit in the last image too 😉

Cuppa Covfefe

The Rabbit died…..

mollypitcher5

LOL this is entertaining ! The 2021 Lord of the Flies..blm version

https://twitter.com/ArtValley818_/status/1465181015618375683

mollypitcher5

oops, sorry I see Wheatie already shared this one!

mollypitcher5

Um huh…white power hand signal.

eilert

Well knowing the racist history of her husband, I am not surprised if she used that sign in that context.

By the way the media is trying it’s outmost best to hide the racism of the Occupier in Chief.

mollypitcher5

racists, thieves, perverts, elitists, drug abusers, habitual liars ..Joe and Jill Biden are horrible people and raised some messed up kids and yet there are people that still cling to the out of context Trump (pussy) quote as ironclad proof of bad character, smh

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Cuppa Covfefe

Yep. Aside from the current trend with Greta-the-Green(back)hearted and her ilk, children are being used and abused everywhere.

Today’s word really fits this well, worldwide: Pedarchy, via Pederasts…

Deplorable Patriot

So, we can’t use the classic A-OK anymore? I mean, I know in Italian it’s an obscene gesture, but over here it’s been adopted by the commies?

singingsoul1

In Germany also.

Cuppa Covfefe

The Mozzies don’t like it: means, erm, icehole (to paraphrase Michael Keaton in “This Is The Life”)…..

singingsoul1

🙂

ForGodandCountry

I like to use it in combination with a sarcastic response to leftists, such as in response to some lie they spew. Drives ‘em nuts!

”Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight. O’tay.” 😉👌

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

She probably wants to give her grandkids the shot.

Oh, wait. Wrong kind of shot. Never Mind. Carry on.

Cuppa Covfefe

Looks like she just came in after her last trick of the evening…

mollypitcher5

What a pompous condescending asshat. Who does he think he is ?

cthulhu

I can’t read the original twitter thing, but there is a potentially valid observation being made.

There are (were?) “high-trust” and “low-trust” societies. In a high-trust society, individuals can relax about justice being done because institutions will assure outcomes that the society can accept. In a low-trust society, individuals must create their own justice because institutions are too corrupt to do so.

Historically, “high-trust” societies are more prosperous because the populace can spend their time making an honest dollar by pleasing customers. Low-trust societies spend too much time avoiding catastrophes, “lobbying” lawmakers, and paying-off the local constabulary.

COVID has been a trust test in this regard, and most of our institutions have earned a failing grade. Any institution that has issued a mask mandate should have such power stripped from it, any executives in the organization banned from public service (and pensions revoked) and, in 90% of the cases, the institution dissolved. I have no doubt in my mind that virtually all our “public health” authorities have done more harm than good and should be liquidated.

The FDA should no longer “authorize” drugs or treatments — everything should be available….and if an “FDA recommendation” is worth more than a scoop from a Porta-Pottie on a warm day, the public can follow it or not as they judge to be wise. The CDC needs to have its wings clipped, as well.

We have been attacked in our position as a high-trust society by corrupting our institutions. We need to strip trust from these institutions as a counter, or participate in our own demise.

scott467

“In a high-trust society, individuals can relax about justice being done because institutions will assure outcomes that the society can accept. In a low-trust society, individuals must create their own justice because institutions are too corrupt to do so.”

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And then there are the ZERO TRUST societies.

But that’s not ours.

Ours is the next one down, the inverse or negative trust society.

Where people believe the OPPOSITE of whatever criminal institutions or mafia government say.

Aubergine

AMEN. You nailed it.

Cuppa Covfefe

Yep. Doubleplus Ungood…..

Deplorable Patriot

“People are not as dumbed down as we thought,” is exactly correct.

They made their move too late.

Deplorable Patriot

I don’t think so.

Five years ago, there was more trust in the systems. One Trump term and the beautiful wake-up psy-op of XVII and the little people began to see the light. It’s taking time, but it is happening. The sixteen year plan was disrupted.

Gail Combs

Even those of us who were semi-awake got a rude wake-up thanks to Trump & Q.

Aubergine

And too FAST.

They were supposed to ease into it, but they couldn’t.

Gail Combs

I am not a body language expert (I would love a real read of this)

However I did pick up the crossed arms throughout the entire video.

Body language: Crossing the arms meaning

‘Crossed arms’ is perhaps the most common body language gesture that we come across in our day-to-day lives. Crossing arms across the chest is a classic gesture of defensiveness.

This defensiveness usually manifests as discomfort, uneasiness, shyness, or insecurity.

When a person feels threatened by a situation, they cross their arms over their chest, creating a barrier that helps them protect their vital organs– the lungs and the heart.

When a person finds himself in an undesirable situation, you’ll find him folding his arms and if the undesirability is intense,  the arms-crossing may be accompanied by legs-crossing.

As he says:

“…I’m cited as some mastermind of some evil plot in many, many cases. So no I din’t expect any of that…”

You get hand gestures and smirking BUT NO UNCROSSING OF ARMS…

And yeah, I bet he didn’t expect people to connect the dots between him, de-population of humans and the Clot Shot.

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wowohwow1528

Well …. He is an evil idiot with lots and of money, Daddy bought the Microsoft platform for his widdle “prodigies” boy … 🤮🤬

Cuppa Covfefe

“Daddy” didn’t like too many of the “wrong kind of people” out there eating all the food………..

wowohwow1528

Yes … if daddy has passed away he knows the truth now‼️ … 🔥 .. 😌

eilert