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Mindconnection eNL, 2020-06-07

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1. Good News

Item 1. Unlike his warmongering predecessor (who got the Nobel Peace prize merely for conning enough people to vote for him), President Trump has not mired down US troops in pointless wars. The libtards have actually pilloried him for this while extolling praise on Soetoro ("Obama") for not doing it while extolling praise on Jimmy Carter for doing it. By libtard "logic" it is not the deed that matters, but who does it. Anyhow, the good news is that despite provocation our POTUS has not been sending troops into war.

Item 2. Evidence that Stanley Ann Dunham was in Hawaii at the time she gave birth to her son Barrack has still not emerged. This is more than a decade after the "controversy" regarding the eligibility of Barry Soetoro (his actual legal name) to be POTUS. That is, the libtards have had more than a decade to come up with any proof whatsoever that their socialist, America-damaging conman was a US Citizen. Their position that "Obama" was lawfully the President is completely without merit. This is good news because we rational individuals have predictably been vindicated in our refusal to drink the proverbial Kool-Aid.

No matter how abusive the libtards get, hang onto the truth! History will vindicate you and not take long to do so. Unfortunately, Soetoro is unlikely serve prison time for his massive fraud on America because of another lie that we rational people find astounding--that he is somehow "black". In America, "black" takes a cultural meaning not just a genetic one. Remember Bill Clinton? During the mid-90s, many leaders of "the black community" referred to him as "the first black President". He came from poverty and understood the struggle, and his policies helped black people (Soetoro's policies were devastating to black people).

Remember Colin Powell? After his family moved here, he and his sister endured taunts and criticism for "not being black enough." That was not in reference to their pigmentation or nose width, but to their behavior. It was not consistent with cultural norms and expectations for people who call themselves black, nor was their subsequent success in life.

Barry attended not one, but two Ivy League schools. Is that what "black" people typically do? On and on it goes with a long list of such things, proving he was not "black" as it is commonly understood and asserted. Yet, this lie that he was black and "one of our own" has been used to prevent his indictment for his many crimes including his economic assaults on black people!

Yes, he is a person of color but so are billions of non-blacks. Ever hear of China or India? Barry is Irish on his mother's side and mostly Arabic on his father's side.

Item 3. Speaking of this prominent criminal, he and his gang may be facing charges in foreign courts. It would be great to see him extradited and have to stand trial. For example, Mexico has renewed its pursuit of answers for the criminal escapade known as "Fast and Furious" in which "Obama" and Eric Holder got people killed. Read the full story at https://www.nraila.org/articles/20200519/mexico-demands-explanation-for-obama-era-gun-walking-scandal. If this narcissistic psychopath actually went to prison somewhere, that would be very good news indeed. It would prove that even well-connected, Soros-backed criminals can be held accountable for the death and destruction their behavior creates.

Item 4. The USA state of Georgia put people back to work weeks ago, and their Chinese Communist Party (CCP) virus stats keep improving. They have some precaution rules in place, and people are happily following those. Texas and Florida, same thing. Now, the good news could possibly get much better. That example could trigger "reality reaction syndrome" in millions of libtards. No, I am not claiming the CDC or other medical organization found a cure for libtardism. I'm just saying those with this debilitating condition could have an involuntary response to reality that would suppress some of the symptoms of their condition or it could trigger dormant brain cells to function at long last. A full cure may  not be medically possible, though of course it is highly desirable. If the cognitive abilities of even one libtard move into the positive IQ range, that's something we normals can be happy about.

Item 5. In April, more power was generated by renewables than by coal in the USA for 47 days straight. That's the first time in this country's history that benchmark has been achieved. And notice, this is while Trump is in office. I'm not giving him credit for this record, but obviously he didn't make it not happen.

China, by comparison, has half the world's coal generation capacity and is still building more. I find it amazing that the libtards can pillory President Trump for his criticisms of China while at the same time beating the green energy drum. But then again, libtards are noted for being reality-challenged and hypocritical.

 

2. Product Highlight

Protect your home or office with this hidden camera that's inside a functional receptacle (one half only). With today's economy extending crime way beyond what the government does, a device like this is a necessity. And, think about it, government crime is expanding also. Now you have a way to detect those Patriot Act 4th Amendment violations of your premises!

This functional wall receptacle comes with a 1080P remote live streaming Wi-Fi camera with external memory (16GB microSD card included) can be hardwired in like a normal receptacle. Once the device is powered, it can begin remote streaming within minutes. Watch your office while at home or vice-versa. If you're ever left alone in a government office and don't mind working hot, you can install one of these there and spy on them!

  • Mobile Alerts, Motions Detection, and Record Scheduling - Simply set up each feature fast and easy through your smartphone app.
  • External Memory: This device already includes a 16GB MicroSD, but for more memory you can insert up to a 128GB MicroSD card.
  • Functional Unit: Replace any wall receptacle in your home, you can still keep the functionality with this unit (top part only).
  • View and record live streaming video on Android or iOS smartphones.
  • Record to microSD card (15 minutes per 1GB).
  • Alerts via e-mail or phone app.
  • Able to operate in low light (1 LUX or greater).
  • Video resolution: 1080P, 720P, 480P.
  • Recording modes: continuous video and motion detection.
  • Viewing angle: 90.
  • Storage: external microSD card up to 128GB.
  • Power: hardwired/plug-in.
  • Dimensions: 1.5"W x 1"D x 4.5"H.
  • Includes 1 each of BBWifiReceptacle, instruction booklet, 16GB microSD card, microSD card reader.
  • Compatible with Android 5.0 and up, Apple iOS 7 and up Windows XP and up, Mac OS 10 and up.

Buy yours now.


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3. Brainpower tip

Look past the labels. People are easily fooled, tricked, and manipulated by false labels. Here are some examples:
  • Red Bull promotes itself as an "energy" drink. It is mostly sugar and water, so it is more accurately called a "diabetes" drink. And all that sugar will leave you drowsy when you come off the sugar high, plus you will burn out your adrenals if you consume this regularly (thus leaving you in a permanent state of low energy).
  • Amazon shoppers can see a "Leave Seller Feedback" button in their account. But it is not seller feedback, it's a seller rating. The seller won't even be aware of what you wrote unless the seller specifically looks at the seller ratings for that seller account. But many sellers have concluded that there is no point in looking at their ratings because Amazon won't remove ones that are false, irrelevant, or inappropriate.
  • Any "relief" or "stimulus" bill promoted by the American Communist Party will have maybe 5% actual relief or stimulus, with the rest being pork barrel spending.
  • The statist propaganda outlets call their nonsensical lies "news". One observer quipped of CNN, "If there's ever any truth to what they say that would be news." Libtards claim they are "informed" by subjecting their disabled brains to this kind of programming, and this irrational belief complicates life for intelligent people who must deal with libtards. Be sure you refer to these propaganda sources using an accurate label; that will help reduce the delusion of "authority" that libtards have. For example, refer to the Communist News Network instead of euphemistically using its initials only.
  • The boxes of many breakfast cereals make health or nutrition claims, leading the gullible to believe these poisons are not only safe to eat but actually beneficial.
  • Processed foods labeled "sugar free" give the impression they are not health disasters. It's a false impression.
  • Processed foods labeled "low fat" or "fat free" are presented as being waistline-friendly, when in reality they are usually loaded with sugar.
  • Many fake products sold on Amazon by disreputable Chinese firms simply do not work as advertised. You can recognize these by doing a search on Amazon for part of the title, and if you see dozens of repeats it's a fake product (please report that to Amazon, they really do want to get rid of those crooks).

So if you can't trust the label, what can you trust?

In the case of Red Bull or any other packaged product sold for human consumption, there's an ingredient label. That low-fat yogurt with the real fruit in it? Look on the label and you'll see why it's unfit for human consumption. For other things, you may have to dig a little deeper. With Amazon's alleged "seller feedback" all you have to do is click on the name of the seller and you will see a listing of star ratings. Obviously, this is for seller ratings not seller feedback. As for those bills presented by the American Communist Party, it's axiomatic that anything they do will hurt the American economy and thus the American people. A quick test of whether something is bad for Americans: Nancy Pelosi is for it.

If you simply take things at face value, you are going to "take it in the rear" more often than not. Look past the facade, and you can see what is really there. This is the smart way to go through life.


4. Finance tip

Nancy "Nutcase" Pelosi is arguably the single biggest threat to the financial security of most Americans. Worse, she could become President if something happens to Trump and Pence in rapid succession. Here are some things you can do to make your financial future more secure:
  • Write to President Trump and ask that he and VP Pence avoid being in the same time zone until the Pelosi POTUS threat has passed (it likely will after the House is reconfigured following the November "elections").
  • Write to Pelosi and ask her to buy a one-way ticket to Venezuela. I did this myself, but I'm only one person. She needs to hear from others, also. To get past her e-mail system that forbids over 300 million of her victims from contacting her, I used this address from a San Francisco hotel: 2190 Lombard St SF, CA 94123.
  • Write to your own mispresentative in Congress and ask that person to oppose Pelosi's attacks on the economy. My misrepresentative is a Democrat, so I told her Pelosi is an embarrassment to the Democratic Party and they need to elect a different person as Speaker.
  • Network with people you know so you can contact someone who lives in the 12th District of the People's Republic of California. Ask them to help America by voting against Pelosi. This is very tough because that district is so tiny; I am still working on it, myself.

Please note the following about how unjust it is that Pelosi even holds a seat in Congress:

  • The 12th District is tiny, it's entirely in San Francisco. Pelosi does not "represent" in any real sense of the word.
  • Richard Nixon was the "representative" from the 12th district from 1947 to 1951. That tells you something is terribly wrong. And in those 4 years, Nixon endeared himself to the powerbrokers and was forced onto Eisenhower in the 1950 election, making Tricky Dick the Vice POTUS in 1951. Eisenhower was repulsed by Nixon, and left him out of every meeting and every decision.
  • Pelosi formerly "served" in the 8th District, but people there rejected her and her radical communist worldview. A Republican now holds that seat and has held it since 2013. The 8th District is the largest in California, unlike the 12th which is the smallest.

I hold no ill will toward Pelosi the person. I just don't want her to be Pelosi the politician. She is insane and she is also very powerful. That's a bad combination, and it's especially bad for America because of the position she holds and how she abuses the power of that office to make America a poorer place. I hope she retires after this fall and enjoys private life as just another mentally disabled person. As long as she is in public office, we are all worse off financially.


5. Security tip

https://www.malwarebytes.com/social-engineering

6. Health tip/Fitness tips

Photo taken a couple of weeks after my 59th birthday.

Note that the information provided here will likely conflict with the "fad of the moment" and other unsustainable, unproductive ways of looking at health and fitness.

Article appears below.

During the shutdown, I've been climbing on a wall I built in my backyard: https://youtu.be/gH86p-E32-8

See all of my climbing videos here:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCyb67uKOxW_TsG6BVPbBIQ/videos

 

Lose weight, be strong, burn fat, gain muscle

 

The Invincible Immune System,

Part 3: Liquids. Most Americans are dehydrated. It's due to a combination of factors. Carrying a bottle of water around is not the answer.

I forget the exact statistic, but it's a very high percentage. And it's the percentage of Americans who are chronically dehydrated. The "you are dehydrated" alarm went out some years ago, and the typical response was to start buying bottled water and carrying those wasteful plastic bottles around. It's usually just tap water, and it's sold at an astounding mark-up in a bottle that forms part of an economic disaster from billions of these pointless bottles being made and then tossed away.

Typically, the person using this "solution" has not address a single contributing factor to his/her dehydration. Here's a list of such factors:

  • Eat real food, with an emphasis on raw fruits and vegetables. Raw fruits and vegetables are loaded with water.
  • Eliminate sodas from your diet. In addition to causing osteoporosis, these salt-laden beverages actually increase thirst.
  • Go easy on the coffee and tea. While these have health benefits, they can also promote dehydration if used excessively.
  • Eliminate processed foods. Once it's processed, it's no longer food. But it's also usually loaded with salt and has lost most of its moisture content; that's a bad combination for hydration. Taking this one step usually fixes constipation, high blood pressure, and other problems resulting from dehydration. Note that high blood pressure might not be due to dehydration alone; it could be symptomatic of something far more serious.
  • Don't skip meals. Many people eat four meals or even fewer per day. That means you take in moisture quite a bit less than someone who isn't skipping meals.
  • Salt your food if you want, but salt it sparingly. If you want some salt for flavor or you need it for the cooking process (as in baking something), fine. Your total sodium intake will not be all that high, if you follow all of the above points.

But what about carrying water around? That's actually not a bad idea, just don't buy bottled water and don't consider that to solve dehydration absent the tips above. I have a reusable stainless steel water bottle that I keep in the car. I can sip water if taking a long drive, but the main reason for me is I work up a powerful thirst when climbing so I sip that on the way home. The climbing gyms also have water fountains, and I make good use of them. Note: it is important to wash and dry your water bottle, not just refill it. I use white vinegar to clean mine, and let it completely dry before refilling.

Another thing you can do is train for strength. People who have well-developed musculature and low body fat from good training and diet don't experience nearly the exertion that "normal" people do. Things are just easier for us, so we don't "sweat" when doing many physical tasks that cause other people to soak their clothes with perspiration. For example, my neighbor was a life-long athlete who kept himself lean and strong. One day it was in the low 90s temperature-wise and I stopped to see him after he pulled his car into his garage. I got there just in time to watch him pull ten 40 lb bags of yard soil out of his trunk and stack them on his garage floor without breaking a sweat. He didn't get out of breath either, despite talking to me the whole time. He was 83.

 

Future topics:

The Invincible Immune System, Part 4: Hygiene. This discussion may make some readers uncomfortable, but it's important. I have observed hygiene habits of many people over the years, not to judge but to learn. As a kid, for example, I spit all the time just as my dad did. But I noticed not everyone spit. Could there be a reason? How people wash (or don't), when and with what, all come into play.

The Invincible Immune System, Part 5: Avoidance. This was my second discovery. I had grown up with relatives who drank out of each other's glasses or put their fork into the common serving dish. These and other behaviors needlessly introduce pathogens.

The Invincible Immune System, Part 6: Environment. Do you use bleach or Lysol in your home? These and most cleaning products reduce immunity. How clean are your sheets? How clean is the air you breath indoors?

The Invincible Immune System, Part 7: Nutrients and supplements. Which foods hugely boost immunity and should be focused on during an epidemic? Which vitamins, minerals, and supplements actually work toward strengthening your immune system (hint: Vitamin C is not even close to being the whole story).

The Invincible Immune System, Part 8: Rest, emotional maturity, and mental attitude. Sleep deprivation dramatically lowers immunity, but it is a normal condition for most people. Being emotionally mature is something that does not happen on its own, and for most people it never happens--I'll provide some tips to fix this. The right mental attitude is key, and I'll explain what it is and how to make it the attitude you have.

 

 

At www.supplecity.com, you'll find plenty of informative, authoritative articles on maintaining a lean, strong physique. It has nothing to do with long workouts or impossible to maintain diets. In fact:
  • The best workouts are short and intense.
  • A good diet contains far more flavors and satisfaction than the typical American diet.

7. Factoid

Items that go into a recycle bin should be clean. Excess contamination or dirty items can cause an entire truckload to be rejected at the recycle center. For example, don't recycle plastic olive oil containers. If you drink cow's milk, don't put those containers in the recycle (unless you first waste copious amounts of water washing them clean). If in doubt, leave it out.

8. Thought for the Day

Light travels faster than sound. It this why some people appear bright until you hear them speak?

 

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The views expressed in this e-newsletter are generally not shared by criminals, zombies, or brainwashed individuals.

Except where noted, this e-newsletter is entirely the work of Mark Lamendola. Anything presented as fact can be independently verified. Often, sources are given; but where not given, they are readily available to anyone who makes the effort.

Mark provides information from either research or his own areas of established expertise. Sometimes, what appears to be a personal opinion is the only possibility when applying sound logic--reason it out before judging! (That said, some personal opinions do appear on occasion).

The purpose of this publication is to inform and empower its readers (and save you money!).

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