2022·01·08 Joe Biden Didn’t Win Daily Thread

Hey China!

Or rather, “Hey Chinese Communist Party and your entire array of servitors, ass-wipers, and fellators!”

You’re not even worth my time this week. When you decide to act like civilized people, maybe I’ll give you a lesson or two in how non-barbarians behave.

Hey BiteMe!
(Or, Whoever Has Their Hand Rammed Up That Putrefying Meat Puppet’s Ass)

[Language warning]

You and yours have caused a lot of injury. Literal injury with your war on people who don’t want to take an untested vaccine. When people die in an emergency room because a hospital won’t admit them because they haven’t had their clot shot, that’s a crime.

I’m going to address here the insult on top of the injury, because I am among the insulted. I still have my health but apparently you want me to live under the 8th Street Bridge (which actually isn’t on 8th Street, but whatever, that’s what the I-25 overpass over Cimarron is called), so maybe if you have your way that won’t be true for long. Dreadful time of year to become homeless.

No, you’re just trying to make me unemployed, because I won’t take your fucking shots.

Well, that threat is NOT going to work. I. Won’t. Take. Your. Fucking. Shots.

And it looks like enough people agree, that you’re having to back down, you worthless asswipe.

You’re LOSING.


You Chinese-bought ratfucking traitor.

I would love to see you die an agonizing, humiliating death. (This isn’t a threat, because I am not threatening to cause that death. I am just announcing my intention to party if it happens.) It would be just recompense for the way you’re killing America…and millions of Americans.

His Fraudulency

Joe Biteme, properly styled His Fraudulency, continues to infest the White House, we haven’t heard much from the person who should have been declared the victor, and hopium is still being dispensed even as our military appears to have joined the political establishment in knuckling under to the fraud.

One can hope that all is not as it seems.

I’d love to feast on that crow.

(I’d like to add, I find it entirely plausible, even likely, that His Fraudulency is also His Figureheadedness. (Apparently that wasn’t a word; it got a red underline. Well it is now.) Where I differ with the hopium addicts is on the subject of who is really in charge. It ain’t anyone we like.)

Justice Must Be Done.

The prior election must be acknowledged as fraudulent, and steps must be taken to prosecute the fraudsters and restore integrity to the system.

Nothing else matters at this point. Talking about trying again in 2022 or 2024 is hopeless otherwise. Which is not to say one must never talk about this, but rather that one must account for this in ones planning; if fixing the fraud is not part of the plan, you have no plan.

Lawyer Appeasement Section

OK now for the fine print.

This is the WQTH Daily Thread. You know the drill. There’s no Poltical correctness, but civility is a requirement. There are Important Guidelines,  here, with an addendum on 20191110.

We have a new board – called The U Tree – where people can take each other to the woodshed without fear of censorship or moderation.

And remember Wheatie’s Rules:

1. No food fights
2. No running with scissors.
3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.
4. Zeroth rule of gun safety: Don’t let the government get your guns.
5. Rule one of gun safety: The gun is always loaded.
5a. If you actually want the gun to be loaded, like because you’re checking out a bump in the night, then it’s empty.
6. Rule two of gun safety: Never point the gun at anything you’re not willing to destroy.
7. Rule three: Keep your finger off the trigger until ready to fire.
8. Rule the fourth: Be sure of your target and what is behind it.

(Hmm a few extras seem to have crept in.)

Spot Prices.

Kitco Ask. Last week:

Gold $1830.80
Silver $23.40
Platinum $973.00
Palladium $1995
Rhodium $15,300

This week, markets closed as of 3PM MT.

Gold $1798.00
Silver $22.45
Platinum $969.00
Palladium $2025.00
Rhodium $18,500.00

Yep, the manipulators are trying, once again, to push gold and silver down. But inflation is real, and they won’t be able to keep that going forever.

Palladium and rhodium are up–rhodium is WAY up. I wonder what that’s about?

James Webb Space Telescope Update

As I write this Friday afternoon, JWST has unfolded the main mirror, on the port side. A lot of holds had be released, then the mirrors swung into place, then two hours to latch it into place.

The other half should be done today, and indeed nasa.gov/live will stream the process.

Once this is done the telescope is fully deployed. It will then be a matter of getting 18 mirrors to work as one; a very meticulous multi-day process.

Mirror temperature as of 1:30 ET on Friday is -264 F.

Our Solar System as Archetype

I wrote a few articles on physics and astrophysics culminating in the latest cosmological discoveries, and my timing was very good on those, because the spacecraft that will almost certainly move the frontiers of knowledge forward in that area was about to be launched.

But there is another “hot topic” in astronomy these days, one that, at least to my way of thinking, is more “astronomy” than “physics,” whereas cosmology is about 50-50. Of course your opinion on what belongs in what bucket can certainly differ from mine.

That is the topic of “extrasolar planets.” In other words, planets orbiting around other stars, rather than our Sun.

In fact planetary science in general has become a lot more of a hot field of study now. Before we could send space probes to other planets, almost no astronomer paid any attention to the planets. The big telescopes that astronomers had to beg, borrow or steal time on were devoted to studying galaxies and stars.

It’s very different nowadays. We have now found indications of planets orbiting other stars, and in some few cases have even managed to image them. They’re featureless dots, of course…but they are dots in a picture.

But then, that’s because of our perspective.

Earth, seen from Saturn.

The Cassini space probe, which orbited Saturn for many years, would occasionally pass “behind” Saturn as seen from the sun. This of course is a vantage point unavailable from here, so it would take pictures, many of them showing bright halos of dust…they’re worth checking out. Some of them show, as an incidental, a thing that is also shown here in this picture. Upper left is the “night side” of Saturn, upper center and right are a bit of the rings. The one dot, conspicuous because it’s the only bright spot in the rest of the picture…is Earth.

Just a dot.

Keep that in mind as we discuss the “just a dot” planets orbiting other stars.

One way we might manage more than “just a dot” is with (wait for it…) the James Webb Space Telescope.

So it’s useful over here in this branch of knowledge as well.

A Preliminary Gripe or Two

First, a minor pet peeve of mine. Our sun’s system of planets is called “The Solar System.” Solar comes from Sol, a Latin name for the sun. So the “Solar System” is named after the star.

What do we call systems of planets orbiting other stars? Do we call them “Stellar Systems” from the Latin word for “Star”?

Oh, Hell no. That would make too much sense. We call them planetary systems. A “stellar system” is a grouping of stars, maybe two stars orbiting each other in a binary, maybe a globular cluster of up to a million stars, maybe even a whole galaxy.

So that brings us to Gripe Number Two. When what looks like a star is observed to really be a binary star, the two individual stars get lettered A and B. Alpha Centauri (the nearest naked-eye visible star to our sun) is a binary; the two stars are Alpha Centauri A and Alpha Centauri B. There is a third star, much fainter and further away; it’s actually closer than the other two, and is itself the nearest star other than the sun, period (though we might someday look at some other faint star and discover it’s even closer–in fact we might even discover that we are a binary star; the Sun and some faint red star out there somewhere). That faint star is called Proxima Centauri, or Alpha Centauri C.

So what did they do when they started discovering exoplanets? Star Trek episodes used the custom of simply numbering the planets, and using Roman numerals, for example “Rigel VI,” presumably the sixth planet out from Rigel. (Incidentally, there were a LOT of habitable planets orbiting Rigel in the original Star Trek.) I’ve seen this convention in a lot of other science fiction that I’ve read.

The astronomers didn’t do this with real extrasolar planets. They decided to go with lower case letters, as a sort of “extension” of their convention for labeling stars. The lower case letters would be applied in the order of discovery…and the first such letter is ‘b,’ not ‘a.’ Why? Because the star itself is ‘a.’ Why on earth they should have decided to designate the star itself as if it were a planet, is totally beyond me. SMH.

OK, on to the main meat of this week’s post.

Our Solar System

Until thirty years ago (1992), this planetary system, the Solar System, was the only one known. We didn’t know if, perhaps, this was an unusual, freak occurrence and planetary systems were rare, or common. One old theory of formation (discounted for other reasons) was that at some time in the past another star had passed very close to the sun, pulling a bunch of material out which condensed to form the planets. This would be a very rare occurence, and it would have been entirely possible that there’d only be two planetary systems in the galaxy–ours, and the one belonging to the other star that sideswiped the sun way back when.

Most astronomers who gave it any thought suspected that planetary systems were a lot more common than that. But what would they be like? Well, we only had one example. And we had pretty good arguments for supposing a lot of the characteristics of this planetary system weren’t random, but there for reasons coming straight out of physics and chemistry.

So in order to understand other planetary systems, we need to understand ours. Because it was likely an archetype of what we would find out there when we finally did find things out there.

Imagine someone on the outside looking at the solar system.

They’d only be 14 hundredths of a percent off if they were to conclude that all that was there was a star. The Sun is 99.86 percent of the entire mass of the system. (Sadie can have fun with the fact that that is the same as the percentage of Congress that is worthless. Quite a coincidence!)

The sun is almost entirely hydrogen and helium, in a 3:1 ratio by mass–that’s what came out of the Big Bang. It also contains a lot of other elements in much smaller, almost trace percentages–those mostly came from prior stars that brewed them up and then either shed them as planetary nebulae (that name is a bit of misnomer; nothing to do with planets), or blew them out into space in a supernova.

Of course an observer from the outside won’t stop there. He/she/it probably belongs to a species that calls a planet home, so he/she/it is probably looking for planets. Those are good real estate. (Though it should be noted that many speculate we will be able someday to build a thriving civilization in space, particularly in the asteroid belt.)

A closer look will reveal Jupiter, orbiting a bit less than a billion kilometers out. When we look even closer, we’ll see other planets, but Jupiter is 2.5 times the mass of everything else (that isn’t Sun) put together. So a good second approximation is that the solar system consists of the Sun, Jupiter…and miscellaneous debris.

We are, of course, most interested in that debris because we live on the fourth largest piece of it.

An even closer look reveals the following pattern. There are essentially five “zones” in the solar system. Going outward from the sun, we have four large bodies that are mostly rocks, with very few volatiles.(“Volatiles” are simply substances with a relatively low boiling point, like water and carbon dioxide, as opposed to silicon dioxide, which when found in nature is called “quartz” and is probably the most common constituent of rocks.)

(If you are about to object that Earth is mostly water, you should realize that Earth is mostly water at the surface. The ocean is a few miles deep on average, below that it’s mostly rock for a couple of thousand miles, with a core in the center made almost entirely of iron. By volume the Earth has almost no volatiles, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t contain a lot of oxygen–it’s part of most mineral molecules and in that form is not volatile.)

Then there is a belt of stuff even we would call debris: the asteroids. Some of them are large enough that their gravity pulls them into a spherical shape; others are quite irregular.

The books I read as a kid (mostly ten to twenty years old at the time) claimed there were about 1500 known asteroids (I’m going from memory); today we know of hundreds of thousands.

The asteroid belt actually covers a wide span of distances. Nearer asteroids are mostly rocky, outer ones have some “ices” on them.

I need to stop and explain that when planetary scientists talk about ices, they don’t just mean water ice, they also mean methane, ammonia, and carbon dioxide. All these things we on Earth think of as gases or liquids, at least under the conditions prevalent here on the surface.

In fact there is a line called the “frost line” where ices will form, even in places that get direct sunlight. Closer than that to the sun, it’s too warm for that. The frost line is about 5 times as far from the sun as Earth is, (defined to be 1 Astronomical Unit; the frost line is at 5 AU).

Beyond the asteroid belt, we find Jupiter, and then the largest piece of “miscellaneous debris” in the solar system, Saturn.

These two planets are largely made up of hydrogen and helium, just like the sun. However, we know there was some rocky stuff made out of the other elements, because Jupiter and Saturn have large moons (larger than the smallest planet, Mercury) made out of both rocks and volatiles. In fact some of these moons probably contain more water than Earth does; a frozen layer on the outside, a liquid layer underneath, kept so by the moons’ internal heat, which in turn is generated by tidal forces acting relentlessly on the moons.

Planetary scientists actually find those outer planet moons to be the most interesting objects of study right now, more so than the planets they orbit. There’s speculation there could be life in those oceans.

Moving further out, there are Uranus and Neptune. These are both about 30,000 miles across (compared with Earth’s ~8000 miles and Jupiter’s 88,000 miles), and they are largely composed of ices. Their atmospheres contain a lot of methane and ammonia. These were once lumped into the same group as Jupiter and Saturn, but now astronomers have decided the differences are significant and there is a new class of object called “ice giants.” They too have moons made up of rock and ice.

Beyond Neptune are a large number of other bodies, much like asteroids but largely made up of ice. At the prevailing temperatures out there, in face, water ice is essentially just another rock…at those temperatures it’s hard stuff. Pluto is one of these bodies, actually, which is why it got “demoted” from being a planet. Once we found more objects like it–many of them larger than Pluto–we realized it was something different. This region of the Solar System is called the Kuiper Belt, after Gerard Kuiper (1905-1973) who did a lot of planetary science even when it wasn’t fashionable, but ironically did not predict the Kuiper Belt.

The best estimates are that there’s 200 times as much stuff in the Kuiper Belt as there is in the “regular” asteroid belt.

And by no means are small objects confined to these belts!

So that’s our overall picture. Close to the sun, bodies are rocky. Further away, smaller bodies are ice and rock–more ice, proportionately, the further out you go. Big bodies tend to be BIG bodies, though, and they are largely made out of gas.

All of this is plausibly explained by the best models of the formation of the solar system (and other planetary systems); the nebula, mostly gas but some dust as well, that forms the system begins to contract, favors a disk-like shape with most of the mass at the center, then out in the disk, solid objects (rocks, and if far enough away, ices too) start consolidating into “planetesimals” and those consolidate into planets.

We don’t understand all of the dynamics of this process. Parts of it are still a mystery. But we can watch stars and planetary systems in the act of forming right now in the Orion Nebula. (And the James Webb Space Telescope will hopefully show us more than we can see at present. Infrared light can cut through nebular dust easily.)

As the star at the center contracts, it gets hot, and eventually starts fusing hydrogen into helium. All that energy pouring out of the star basically blasts all the light gases out of the inner solar system. And any that were in the atmosphere of planets like Earth heats up.

The temperature of an object is directly related to the average kinetic energy of the molecules or atoms is made of. But what that means is that a sample of hydrogen at (say) 0 C has H2 molecules in it that are moving faster than a sample of oxygen at the same temperature. That’s because although the hydrogen molecules have the same kinetic energy as the oxygen molecules, they are lighter…which means they must move faster than the oxygen molecules do at the same temperature.

It’s an average velocity; some molecules move slower, some faster. The faster hydrogen molecules actually move at escape velocity, and if at the upper, very thin layers of the atmosphere, they “bleed off” because they don’t run into anything they might bounce off off, and lose some momentum to, until it’s too late. (Even water vapor will do this to some extent, but much more slowly than hydrogen or helium.)

[This is why, every time you let helium escape party balloons and the like, it’s gone for good. It will dilute in the atmosphere to the point it’s not worth trying to purify, and will eventually work its way upward and diffuse away. Helium is probably the ultimate limited resource. At least until we can get into space and scoop it out of Jupiter’s and Saturn’s atmospheres. Meanwhile, helium is becoming harder and harder to get for party balloons, because it has other uses, like in MRI machines, and people are starting to refuse to sell it to people who will just let it get away.]

So Earth kept none of its stock of hydrogen…it probably never accumulated that much to begin with. (I think it’s still an open question where all our water came from–there are two plausible possibilities and it might be both of them.)

Jupiter and Saturn though? They had no problem hanging on to their hydrogen and helium. And in fact, that increased the mass of the planets, which caused them to attract more gas, which increased the mass further…a sort of runaway effect. (And Jupiter is so massive that now, it could orbit at Earth’s distance and still keep its hydrogen, simply because it’s so much more massive and its escape velocity much higher than Earth’s.)

We knew all of this, certainly, by 1992. And it colored our expectations of what we’d find out there if we ever did manage to detect extrasolar planets. Small, light bodies close to the star, big massive ones further away. Those, of course have the most effect on their parent star (which is the only thing we can observe), but they move slowly.

Next week, I go into how astronomers look for exoplanets.

Obligatory PSAs and Reminders

China is Lower than Whale Shit

Remember Hong Kong!!!

Whoever ends up in the cell next to his, tell him I said “Hi.”

中国是个混蛋 !!!
Zhōngguò shì gè hùndàn !!!
China is asshoe !!!

China is in the White House

Since Wednesday, January 20 at Noon EST, the bought-and-paid for His Fraudulency Joseph Biden has been in the White House. It’s as good as having China in the Oval Office.

Joe Biden is Asshoe

China is in the White House, because Joe Biden is in the White House, and Joe Biden is identically equal to China. China is Asshoe. Therefore, Joe Biden is Asshoe.

But of course the much more important thing to realize:

Joe Biden Didn’t Win

乔*拜登没赢 !!!
Qiáo Bài dēng méi yíng !!!
Joe Biden didn’t win !!!

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Wow! Cashing in on all the adverse effects of their own vax. How coinvent for them.

Last edited 8 months ago by para59r

Saw that! As sick as this sounds, I cannot stop laughing. It was like, duh, what did you expect them to do?! Sit on all that cash and not capitalize on the huge market they created? Got to hand it to them, they are brazen and bold Satanists.

Follow the money…


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How many others are never going to be able to physically excel?
And with that economies around the world will begin to crumble?

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy




I feel like shit about it, but LOLOLOLOL!!!


Maybe Eddie the Eagle could get a medal now.


Being a golfer and fan of the PGA Tour, I was totally unaware.


I would bet big money he was vaxxed. Virtually all of the tour players are as a condition of participating at each tournament around the country and in other countries.

This sounds exactly like the multitude of vax injuries we know about. He was playing well, winning Champions Tour events as well as making cuts on the main tour at 54 years of age. He may never fully recover. One of the finest Christian family men you would ever want to meet. Loved and respected by all on tour as well as fans. Have never read or heard a bad word about Steve Stricker.

Yet, here he is as another notch on the belt of the Satanists. I wish so much that more people would use their brains and stop doing what those evil people tell them to do.


Another one down. Definitely not normal.


Very sad.


I want those who mandate vaccines to be held accountable.


And every damned penny paid to Fauxi and his ilk.


Along with DOJ, FIB, HLS, TSA, CONgress,

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy



Last edited 8 months ago by RF121

If I am wrong, please correct me.

  • This trucker issue trucks operating between Canada AND US IS separate from the BiteMe mandate that companies with 100 employees must be injected. The latter the SC just held hearings.
  • Two different issues injection edicts from BiteMe.

ht GWP

It’s Coming: Biden’s Latest Irrational Moves Obliterate the US Economy About 2 Weeks Out
Of course, this is not making headlines but in the next two weeks Joe Biden is planning on shutting down a significant portion of the trade pipeline with Canada.

According to government figures U.S. goods and services trade with Canada totaled an estimated $718.4 billion in 2019. Exports were $360.4 billion; imports were $358.0 billion.

Canada was the largest goods export market in 2019. Canada was the United States’ 3rd largest supplier of goods imports in 2019. U.S. goods imports from Canada totaled $319.4 billion. 70% of that trade is moved by truck.

In about a week the Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate will mean around 30,000 cross-border truckers will be forced to shut down. Starting January 15, truckers will be forced to show proof of vaccine.


Cuppa Covfefe

And you can bet that Bye, Dung’s staffers looked at the two numbers and said, it’s a wash, not thinking that we import DIFFERENT GOODS than we export, so we will be hurting ourselves (and Trudopeland, too).

The rampant stupidity, greed, and evil in Washington, D.C. is apparently trying to exceed Sodom, Gomorrah, and every other Satanic place in history…


Maybe God will help with a strike on DC. One giant salt lick.

Gail Combs

I would settle for truckers refusing to deliver to the DC and surrounding areas. Heck give the recent road conditions, they can easily get away with it.


A whole lot of our bath priducts come from canada.


You know, they probably really ARE that damned stupid.


“Ex-Kazakh security chief arrested on suspicion of ‘high treason”

“The son of former US Vice President Biden received money not only in Ukraine but also in Kazakhstan”


“Now the Burisma Group corporate website is unavailable, but we know that it was Karim Massimov, being the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan, who received the leaders of Burisma in Astana and instructed KazMunaiGaz to create a joint venture with it. What for? Is it not so that you can legally pay American politicians? This is the money that Kazakh oil workers and their families did not receive … “


ht Chiefio

L.A. & Long Beach Port Status
Posted on 8 January 2022 by E.M.Smith

Just a quick peek at the ports of Los Angeles & Long Beach and how that whole Logistics FUBAR is working out (given that about 2 weeks from now drivers to Canada will be mandated the Vexxine and that’s likely to put a big FUBAR in Canada / US logistics as well…)


Weekly Vessels Anchored and at Terminals as of 1/3/2022

LA & LB: Anchored 23 (NM)* | Terminal 27 | Loitering/Steaming 77 (NM)**

Oakland: Anchored 5 | Terminal 8 | Drifting/Loitering 1

NWSA: Anchored 1 | Terminal 8 | Drifting 2

So 23 are Anchored out in the California expensive special Diesel mandated zone. 27 are actually in the terminal being unloaded / loaded.

Then there’s that 77 of them loitering, drifting, or just steaming around outside of the anchorage. (Plus God Only Knows how many have decided to cross the ocean on Dead Slow to save a bit of fuel costs, or diverted to other ports, or just not taking on cargo destined to LB or LA.) I make that about 127 in / near California (and more out to sea or loading in China?).

Vessel Congestion Update

On December 25, 2021, the Southern California Marine Exchange reported 97 total ships in the twin ports of Los Angeles (LA) and Long Beach (LB). Of the vessels, 49 are container ships including 23 at anchor or loitering and 26 at berth. The specific number of container vessels that normally loiter or are anchored outside the 150-mile safety air emissions exclusion zone, referred to as SAQA (Safety & Air Quality Area), was not released by the Marine Exchange. On December 27, 2021, the Port of LA Operations Report indicated 100 container vessels with 23 container vessels (LA 5 & LB 18) anchored within the 40 mile (NM) in-port area and 77 (LA 38 & LB 39) loitering/steaming toward the San Pedro Bay. Container vessels are waiting for an average of 20 to 27.3 days to reach a terminal to unload their containers.

Note: Nautical Mile (NM) *Within 40 NM and **Outside 150 NM

Loitering = Container vessels slow speed steaming and not at anchor

All the threatened “penalty for containers that sit on the dock too long” has done is have more ships holding off unloading, near as I can tell. The “backup” is being pushed more toward the At Sea and China side.

Maybe this will let the port get the inventory of containers down to where they can more efficiently load them on trucks, but it still doesn’t fix the shortage of trucks caused by the mandate by the State that only “2010 or newer” engines are allowed into the State.

More at the link…



Keep this twit handy to quick monitor.

Marine Exchange (@MXSOCAL) Tweeted:
Ship Report as of 1/7: 99 total ships inport LA/LB including 39 at anchor or loitering & 60 at berths. Of the 99, 41 are container ships including 12 at anchor or loitering & 29 at berth. 13 vessels loitering; 5 container ships, 4 tankers, 4 bulk. https://t.co/NGvyBEM9cg





Deplorable Patriot

Word is the containers are all actually being searched where as before only a small percentage were. The good guys are looking for the portable missile systems called “Club K.”

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

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Orange is mine too…depending on the shade.


“SHOCKER: President Trump’s Former CIA Director Gina Haspel Joins Attorneys Rod Rosenstein and Sally Yates at International Law Firm”


I think that should have been SHOCKER /s


So a career clown leader joins up with two seditionist former Injustice criminals in a NWO law firm.Who da thunk it? 😂


Wow. And at 1 point somevthought she may have been a decent person.


CIA decent ??????


People were hopeful during qew posts with her in the hat print dress.


Those were the days. So much hope.


Why would she not divert be the oppose what she precedence to be? She is a spy after all,


Wasn’t it the white hats on black shirt or something ? The secret ‘comms’ meant she was a white hat

Cuppa Covfefe

There would be a reluctance to the force, as it were…..

A disturbance in the farce would have been helpful then. Wasn’t she in FFM (Frankfurt) when the little TLA shoot-em-up happened???

I think people started to doubt her “shade” then… from FFFFFF to 000000…



Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I think Chris Wray is associated with this one, too……

OH, WAIT. That would be a “yes”.



Is that law firm not in Atlanta? If yes that explains the problem and stealing of election in GA.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

YUP!!! That’s the one that GA/FL knows about, too.



Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

So “international law firms” that can pay millions of dollars are basically running this country.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I guess they had to show us.

Deplorable Patriot

She’s out of GITMO? WT-?


San diego.

Matt Prichard (@MattPrichardTV) Tweeted:
Those protesting vaccine and mask mandates are now marching away from Waterfront Park. Traffic completely stopped, police are here keeping things orderly. @KUSINews https://t.co/1VI7NsMtSA


Glad they’re protesting, but I’m 💯% against traffic being blocked, no matter who it is.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Yup. That’s a way to piss people off, too, fast as lightning. Very stupid.

Easy way to spot infiltrators, if they suggest such crap.


Wanna see some of the shiz floating around in people’s blood?


If true, which we know it probably is, it explains a lot of what is happening to folks.

Think I will send this to my vaxxed family and friends.

Gail Combs

The blonde lady with the hair clip looks like the colleague of Dr. Reiner Fuellmich (Nuremberg II)

Last edited 8 months ago by Gail Combs

She is the colleague of Dr Fuellmich.

Cuppa Covfefe

There are a couple of sites/groups mentioned on that post which are very good alt-media and pro-truth. Also good are:


and the aforementioned

There are more and more and more alt-media outlets popping up over here, which is good to see, especially since Lauterbach and Söder have gone seriously off the rails…

Pierre Gosselin over at NoTricksZone has another great post about the CCP deception (along with the usual research debunking the other Demonic scandal of our time, GoreBull “warming”):


(Erlich is NOT the one who wrote “The Population Bomb”, btw… non-Germans might not know that)…

(n.b. the “bonbon” spreading pro-BigPharma bs is a troll, or perhaps an orc)…

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Cuppa Covfefe

Speaking of “Campingesque” prediction rates, I though you might like this pic 😀 Take a look at the guy on the left:

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(I liked his stations KEAR/KFMR, but his predictions were a very unwise, not to mention unbiblical thing to do… had no idea he was a big-time land developer back in the day… and that shopping center was/is pretty good-spent a lot of time (and money) there)…..


Chiefio nails it using Worldometers data.

I have posted a couple times, the stark difference between Covid successes in the likes of India, Indonesia and Japan Vs the miserable Covid effort in the USA. USA truly sucks at fighting Covid.

Corrupt News should show how poorly USA is doing compared to India, Japan… South Africa and South Korea highlighted.


Can It Be More Clear? Jabs vs Lockdowns vs Freedom vs Ivermectin
Posted on 9 January 2022 by E.M.Smith

The data / graphs here come from World-O-Meters

For a nation that skipped the whole “lockdown” stuff, we’ll use Sweden. Most folks there ought to have immunity to Chinese Wuhan Covid one way or another. Near as I can tell, Ivermectin is not in use there.

For a nation that has extremely high “Jabs & Boosters” along with masks, lockdowns, etc. I’m using Israel. Ought to be the Poster Child for doing it the “officially approved” way.

For nations using Ivermectin, we will look at Japan (also highly vaccinated) and India (relatively low vaccination rate but lots of Ivermectin). Just to see if there is a geographic issue or an Asians vs not, I’m tossing in South Korea as a “Japan Analog” but without Ivermectin use, near as I can tell.

Then, for “first out the gate” South Africa, which ought to give the longest time profile of Omicron.

Finally, just as a “How are ‘we’ doing”, the USA for comparison.


At the link with graphics.


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Muzzle and paper bag in hand.


Disgusting. How much of any of this is pure theater ?


At a crucial moment during 2020’s racial justice protests, Seattle police exchanged a detailed series of fake radio transmissions about a nonexistent group of menacing right-wing extremists.
The radio chatter about members of the Proud Boys marching around downtown Seattle, some possibly carrying guns, and then heading to confront protesters on Capitol Hill was an improper “ruse,” or dishonest ploy, that exacerbated a volatile situation, according to findings released Wednesday by the city’s Office of Police Accountability.

They delivered reports such as, “It looks like a few of them might be open carrying,” and: “Hearing from the Proud Boys group. … They may be looking for somewhere else for confrontation.”

The June 8 chatter about Proud Boys was part of an approved “misinformation effort” via radio that multiple police leaders knew about, according to Wednesday’s closed-case summary by Myerberg, which will be reviewed by interim police Chief Adrian Diaz for disciplinary rulings. Fabricating the group of Proud Boys as part of the effort violated department policies, Myerberg determined.
But it appears unlikely that anyone will lose their jobs or pay over the incident. The two employees who ordered and supervised the misinformation effort and who Myerberg sustained allegations of policy violations against have already left the department, according to the case summary.


That’s a good way to get innocent people killed…if they “look” like MAGA types


Like clockwork.

Sylvia Avery


Cuppa Covfefe

Oh, what a tangled web they weave,
When wickedly they practice to deceive…

(to paraphrase Sir Walter Scott)


PAGING Sylvia. Insights?

Isn’t THIS special

ht GWP

Bill Filed In Washington Would Authorize ‘Strike Force’ To ‘Involuntarily Detain’ Unvaccinated Families: ‘They Have Already Set Up The Internment Camps’
The Washington State Legislature is slated to vote on a measure that will authorize the involuntary detainment of residents as young as 5 years old in “Covid-19 concentration camps, for failing to comply with the state’s experimental vaccine mandate.

If passed, WAC 246-100 will allow local health officers at “his other sole discretion” to “issue an emergency detention order causing a person or group of persons to be immediately detained for purposes of isolation or quarantine.”

More at the link.



Just today, chatting with Wifey. IF, the Not SC upholds mandatory injections for companies with 100 employees, what next?

  • Is It A Matter Of Time until injection mandate extended to all citizens residents. By BiteMe?
  • Will guvners be emboldened as the WA article above reflects.

We have revived our efforts to leave NV. Pissant Sisolak, a follower with zero leadership instincts, will assuredly follow Grewsome, Kate and Jay’s lead in CA, OR and WA.

We gotta get to a Red state.

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I was thinking….is the coming shortage intentionally a part of the “winter of death” for the unvaxxed going to be attempted starvation? Cut the supplies then hand out food only with shot record but gee youve got to have a chip for more kinda thing?


I am quite sure, it’s ALL part of some master plan.


They’re evil enough to use it that way. More psychological torment to add more scared people to the growing mass hysterical population.


That we would see real rioting over food very quickly and they really wouldnt care. People die either way.


Yep. Can you believe that the country has been torn to shreds in a year ?
In every sector..education, medical/health, financial, commerce, mental health, peace, security……………..and now impending food shortage.

Can’t wait to see GROPUS standing there telling us that we’re all nuts and we live in a land of plenty


Some people will have plenty.
In the DDR they had stores the communist loyalist could shop western goods and they had plenty.
I am waiting when people who are not jabbed can only shop in some store and those who have all jabs can shop in stores that have plenty. Two tier system even in communist countries two tier in future US ?

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It does sound like they’re using vaccines to “ease in socialism” that way.


Yes very evil



It blows my mind that the tipping point for the Revolution in America was taxation without representation.
In this USA in 2021…we are so beyond that and yet..we wait for things to somehow work out.


Yes I know we wait for someone to save us.
Of course violence would be even worse and a clear excuse to disarm people. To many people are still unaware because a large group is not affected. They have good paying jobs nothing lacking. I have a son planning to travel with his family on a two week safari. I feel for those who are barely scrape by. My husband woke up on his own is now prepping. Better now than never 🙂


Too many squishy, ignorant, or evil people in the world and no leaders here. Need real regional leaders on fire right away.


I absolutely believe this and they have it set up. Bribes, blackmail, money and power. Same shtick different generation.


Yes the tactics never change what stays also the same no one realizing what is happening until to late. I do not know why the congress believes it will not affect them? yes it will the brick will fall on them when the take over is complete. There only can be one leader and it cannot be them.


Yes they all do. The pretenders.


Each group has been deluded that their cause is protected. None of them will be in the end.


Let us hope so.

Sylvia Avery

Several months ago, Washington state was looking to hire guards for its detainment camps, and we know there is one already to go in the Western Central Wash. area.

Inslee is such a boob I cannot believe he is capable of accomplishing this, but the Commies have great support and infrastructure. It doesn’t matter that Inslee is a perfect idiot, they provide him with someone to tell him what to do.

Things look a little grim here.


On a National scale…

It doesn’t matter that Inslee BiteMe is a perfect idiot, they provide him with someone to tell him what to do.

Thanks for the insights.

Sylvia Avery



If it is Indian land then Inslee could be by-past and Federal Government can deal with Indians directly? He might not have had a say?


That’s clearly a very ominous progression. Bad bad things can only come with all that in place.

Sylvia Avery

It makes me uneasy.


Apparantly WA has an internment Camp or two already established. Several months ago we read about one on Indian Land.

WA has also hired guards.

Looks like WA will start rounding up Americans for no GOOD reason.


On Indian land ? Does Indian lond come under US district and laws or do Indians have their own law?
If they do not fall under US law then people can rot there because US law does not apply? Wonder how much they were paid?
Am I wrong ?

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Florida’s gonna get awful crowded.



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Speaking of Sylvia. My recent post, paging Sylvia.

Here is a HILARIOUS Sylvia post I copied from Marica’s place.

“Sherwin-Williams Paint has unveiled the perfect new color options for the hard-core progressive DIYer in your life.

In recent years, The City by the Bay has become famous for the rich and diverse shades of browns splattered across the town. Thus, the “San Francisco Streets” series was born and will hit stores later this month.

“Browns have always been one of our worst-selling colors,” Sherwin-Williams CEO, John Morikis told The Glorious American. “But the Bay Area must just adore this color. It’s as if someone already painted the city brown. Personally, I find it disgusting what they’ve done to the place but San Francisco has always been on the cutting edge of fashion, so we trust they know what they’re doing.”

“We really wanted to capture that unique brown that is often caked on the bottom of San Franciscans’ shoes as they return home from work,” Sherwin-Williams said in a press release. “Our color experts even made ‘BART Brown’ come with a nice yellow piece of corn as an accent.”

The “San Francisco Streets” series will include the following colors:

BART Brown

SoMa Soft Stool

Dogpatch Diarrhea

Stockton St. Mud-Butt

Coit Colon Brown

Divisadero Dookie

Tenderloin Turd

Potrero Poo

Wet Shart Warfield



They forgot “Castro Compacted”.



Candlestick Crapola.

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Golden Gate Gunk

Sylvia Avery

Ha, Kalbo, glad you liked it! Things are kinda grim. We have to remember to laugh a little.

Cuppa Covfefe

Not to forget:

Willie Brown
Kamel-Hoe Brown
Jerry Brown
Downtown Brown
North Beach Brown
Burnt Hombre Brown
Twin Peaks Turdeau
Candlestick Fart
Clown Alley Crud
Poo 39
Alcatraz Auburn
Ariana notso Grande

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For reference, here is a photo of him with Joe and Hunter Biden https://t.co/CfdfMux4MB




And that’s how it should be: trans vs. trans, in their own category.


Being a true suspicious cat – I’d like to see statistics of both swimmers to be sure the male to female trannie didn’t throw the race for the cause of transgenders in sports.