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Mindconnection eNL, 2021-07-04


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Good News | Product Highlight | Brainpower | Finances | Security | Health/Fitness | Factoid | Thought 4 the Day

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The 4th of July is traditionally when we celebrate the founding of the United States (before it was under socialist rule). This 4th of July, we celebrate the very real possibility of retaking this country through lawful, peaceful, and honest means from the socialists who took it by illicit, violent, and dishonest means.

1. Good News

  1. Mark Robinson never fails to inspire. Here's an example:
  2. It's really bad news when your president is a mentally retarded pedophile with advanced dementia and he's on display for the rest of the world to see. What an embarrassment he was on his trip to Russia. Biden's visit with Putin showed the world just what a pathetic retard we have occupying the Oval Office. Except for the communist propaganda rags like The Economist, the world is sympathetic to our plight. These displays of abject stupidity by someone allegedly "elected" continue to reveal the fraud. The blowback against the socialists will likely mean they lose the House by a vast margin in 2022. That will be very good news indeed. Especially if that gives the House enough power to indict Nancy "Nutcase" Pelosi for her many felonies.
  3. But we may not have to wait until 2020. It seems like some election reform is signed into law in some state or another every week. Once the Arizona findings are released, that process should take off like a rocket. At the same time, similar investigations in other states will show the same thing: The Biden "win" was a lie. Each state can recall its electors to correctly cast their ballots, or failing that go the legislative route. Any one of the 36 free states can sue in the Supreme Court to have the 2020 election correctly declared. And the Supreme Court would be bound to reverse the election results of 2020, putting Trump back in the White House  The same process could also cost the socialists their majority in the House and their parity in the Senate. You can see why these sociopaths fear honesty, it's an existential threat to them.
  4. The election-rigging bill S.1, which would violate the Constitution by misappropriating power from the states, stalled in the Senate 60 votes short of passing. And then it was defeated. Look at that number. It means ten Democrats are not socialists bent on eliminating the accountability of "elected" officials through actual elections. The Republicans are not standing alone against the dismantling of our society and the enslavement of our people. This is good news.
  5. The Pennsylvania House passed an election integrity bill that, among other things, requires voters to present ID. The bill should pass through the other chamber. What would then remain is for Governor Tom Wolf, a Democrat, to sign it or to veto it. Unfortunately, Wolf has already shown his hatred for humans by ordering nursing homes to take in people infected with Covid, so as to infect the vulnerable. Wolf and his NY counterpart claim they (were stupid beyond belief and) did not realize this barbaric action would kill dozens of innocent people. Even more amazing, their fellow libtards believe them! Mass murderers don't get indicted if they are prominent Democrats, apparently.

    The states next need to pass laws mandating that anyone running for office have an IQ higher than negative 50 and also provide evidence they do not hate humans; that would leave maybe a dozen Democrats on the national slates, so it has little chance of passing. For the foreseeable future, we will have to endure the fact that stupidity and hatred are normal qualifications for being on the Democratic ticket. Occasionally, some "unqualified" person gets on the Democratic ticket and actually does good things. Senator William Proxmire comes to mind. And so do a few who recently made headlines for being decent human beings.
  6. Justice Breyer, a liberal, is under increasing pressure from the socialists to retire so they can replace him with a radical socialist (the theory being Joe "Brainless" Biden will nominate and all the Democrats will simply go along with it regardless of their convictions). The good news is not just that Breyer is not letting himself be bullied, and isn't going anywhere. The good news is also that this kind of behavior, a high-pressure attack on a champion of liberal ideals, will cause even more of the traditional Democrats to repudiate the socialists. There is no room in the Democratic Party for actual liberals; it's good news that many liberals are catching on to this fact. Without that population of drones adding to their votes, the socialists will meet defeat anywhere a fair and honest election is held.
  7. The terrorist group know as BLM (Black Lives Manipulated) has a high degree of internal rancor, something to be expected from a group whose main principles are hatred, violence, and dishonor. One of their founders is having trouble explaining why it is OK that she used donations to buy houses and other properties for herself. Of course, some of the "lost to sanity forever" victims of this toxic ideology will believe anything she says. But the theft is taking a toll on one of the primary drivers of our bloody civil war.
  8. America's oldest civil rights group, the National Rifle Association, is gaining 1,000 new members each day.
  9. As of 22JUN, nearly 4,000 fully "vaccinated" people in Massachusetts alone tested positive for COVID-19. At first blush, this seems terrible. But it is good news because it confirms either the fake "vaccines" are ineffective or the Covid-19 tests provide false positives. We know both of these to be true. Those of us who take the real vaccine (food, which protects you against all pathogens) are already immune to Covid and any other pathogen that comes along. If the govt were actually concerned about a public health problem, they would start by reducing access to a highly addictive, behavior-altering drug that cancer cells love to feed on: sugar.
  10. As of late June, 61% of USA counties had formally declared themselves "Second Amendment Sanctuaries". What's wrong with the other 39% is hard to say exactly, but the good news here is a significant majority of counties will not permit the Pelosi-Soros regime that now controls the federal government (thanks to corruption, violence, intimidation, deception, and propaganda) to nullify the Second Amendment rights of their citizens. Some of these counties have also taken action to restore the protections afforded by the First, Fifth, and Eighth Amendments. Our founding fathers widely distributed the power, thus making this possible. Their goal was for the republic to be under the rule of law, rather than be vulnerable to a power grab and/or violent takeover.
  11. It is axiomatic that regimes built on lies and hatred rot from the inside and fail in a relatively short time (historically speaking). The socialists who took over Germany in the 1930s had delusions of a thousand year reign. It ended in about a decade. Let us hope our current socialist takeover will end next year at the ballot and not require a World War to liberate the millions now currently enslaved by it. Currently, all markers are pointing toward that--which is very comforting to those of us who value being human.

    Note that in the 36 free states, the people are not enslaved because their states have stepped in to protect their civil liberties. What is a "free state"? The definition varies, providing a number between 34 and 39. The various states have varying degrees of freedom (see map here:, and the least  free (11th to 16 of them, depending on your interpretation) do not have enough freedom to qualify as a free state.
  12. During Barry Soetoro's reign of error, libtards began using their personalities as birth control (nobody can stand being around them). Consequently, in the libtard collective known as The People's Republic of California, the birth rate is way below the replacement rate (same is true of China at this time). Add to that the thousands of sane people fleeing this communist country, and what you have is a rapid decline in population. Many of the people fleeing are productive members of society, so they are taking with them significant wealth. This means the PRC is going to be in financial crisis for a long time. The next census is still nine years away, but over the next nine years we can expect this population trend to accelerate. The next census may well leave the PRC with 10 fewer Electoral College votes than it has now. That is a massive change in national politics. Best of all, no Nancy Pelosi in 2030!
  13. The Texas AG reported recently that over 500 election fraud cases have yet to be heard in court. Some are criminal cases (government suing), others are civil cases (citizens suing).
  14. The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism conducted a survey among 92,000 people worldwide, to find out what percentage of people trusted their news media most of the time. Finland ranked the highest, at 65%. The USA came in dead last at 29%. While it is shocking that 29% of Americans would trust the media at all, much less "most of the time" it is also true that 71% are not stupid enough to be so easily manipulated. This fact portends well for the liberation of the USA from its socialist occupiers, a process that is already underway.
  15. A couple of recent polls show that nearly half the inmates of the insane asylum known as "San Francisco" plan to move out soon. They cite a deteriorating quality of life and rising crime. The good news is that city is entirely the voting district for Nancy "Nutcase" Pelosi and with half the population that situation will have to change. The bad news is all of these people live in the district that keeps re-electing Nancy "Nutcase" Pelosi, and mental illness will go with them to infect whatever cities they move to.
  16. Arizona, which "inexplicably" flipped its Electoral College votes late in the day despite being one of the free states (it's actually ranked #2) passed an election reform law (bans ballot harvesting) that the socialists fought all the way to the Supreme Court. The good news is the Supreme Court again departed from its normal appeasement of lawless radicals and reaffirmed the law as Constitutional. Read a summary here:
  17. Nutcase Pelosi's hyperbolic and deceit-filled reaction to the 06 Jan Capitol Building trespassing event has caused large numbers of people to demand a formal inquiry into the terrorist activities of Black Lives Manipulated during the preceding "Civil War Summer". The socialists, who view lying as a primary means of communication, still do not understand that you can push the malarkey only so far until you lose credibility. This is yet another area where they are getting pushback.
  18. Last November a mentally retarded man who has advanced dementia [and is a known sexual predator, accomplished nothing good in half a century in politics, didn't campaign much, was lucky if 12 people showed up to one of the few rallies he had (compared to 35,000+ per Trump rally), was the only person objecting to the plan to take out Osama Bin Laden, came in a distant fourth in the primary, made two other runs for POTUS and lost both of them, had 20 million Twitter followers (compared to Trump's 80,000+), failed to articulate his positions or policies, seldom spoke coherently]

    -- somehow "beat"--

    an incumbent who turned the country around economically, brought unemployment down from near a record high to its lowest level in 50 years, brokered peace in the Middle East, didn't start any new wars or send troops into harm's way, withstood illegal and irrational abuse from "the press" and other leftwing propaganda outlets, and supported civil liberty.

    This scenario isn't unlikely, it's impossible. Unless you massively cheat. As in all those votes that came in after polls closed, among over a dozen other types of fraud. For this reason, election reform has become perhaps THE central issue for those wanting to restore the Rule of Law (and along with it our civil liberties and some semblance of competence in the White House and Congress).

    Consider also that if only 6,000 fewer votes had been fabricated in Georgia and Arizona and 10,000 fewer fabricated in Wisconsin, Trump would have been re-elected even with all the other corruption. These numbers give one pause, do they not?

    Support for election integrity reforms appears to be along party lines, but that is not exactly the case. The Democratic Party was taken over by socialists many years ago, and their trademark intolerance means any traditional Democrat is likely to be marginalized if not destroyed. Yet, some real Democrats have managed to hang in there. All of them are for election reform. Their reason? They believe their ideals are attractive enough to voters without needing to rig elections. So now we have what con artists refer to as "the tell". Any politician who opposes election reform is telling you he/she has no desire to represent you or your wishes. There is no room for a democratic mindset in the Democratic party, only for an authoritarian mindset.

    I would like to say "The good news is voters realize this." But that is not so, because too many people allow themselves to be programmed by television and other socialist tools of subjugation. It is up to us to change this situation. The good news is we have the skills to do that. Talk with people and gently lead them on an exploration of what election fraud means and why it's bad. Don't let them start putting you in a box, make it about exploring their views. Keep the conversation going by keeping it pleasant.


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3. Brainpower tip


How do you know when someone who is advocating a claim or making a statement doesn't know what they are talking about?

Just as primatologists observe monkeys in the wild, I have been observing libtards in our society. And this is what I have found. People who make statements and don't know what they are talking about cannot give you specifics. They mindlessly repeat stupid things their peer group leaders have ignorantly or deceptively said.

Some examples:

  • My group [whatever it is] deserves the same rights as everyone else! We are victims! "Which rights do you not have?"  Result: This person can't name even one, so this person doesn't know what he is talking about.
  • The government is evil. "I agree the government could be better. But are you saying it is evil to have roads, fire departments, building codes, and financial support for the elderly in nursing homes (Medicaid/Medicare)?"
  • White supremacists committed insurrection on 06 January. "I realize Nancy Pelosi said that, probably because a couple of those people were asking 'Where is Nancy?'. Please tell me what racial things those people said. Was there even one? And if this was an insurrection and police officers being murdered by socialist mobs was merely protesting, how do you reconcile that?"
  • Taxes are unnecessary, people will pay for what they want or need if we eliminate taxes. "So you are saying the Freeloader Effect is merely a myth? Why is it that 2% of the people in any non-business organization do 100% of the work and many people refuse to rake the leaves on their lawn (letting them blow onto other people's lawns)?
  • Trump is a racist. "That's an interesting comment. Can you give me a couple of examples?" Result: No examples, so this person doesn't know what he is talking about.
  • Trump is a misogynist. "His predecessor as POTUS married a man, but Trump is married to a beautiful woman. Please explain specifically how this makes Trump a woman-hater."
  • Trump hates immigrants. "His wife is an immigrant and his children, who often visited their mother's homeland in Europe, are the children of an immigrant. What specific comments has he made indicating he hates his wife and children?"
  • There is systemic racism that sentences [racial label] people to poverty. "Give me an example of a person who made every effort to elevate himself through good diction, good grooming, good behavior, good attitude, good work ethic, and hard study--but still did not amount to anything in life." Result: No such person exists, so no such example can be given. Yes, some people do all those things and still are not wildly successful. But it's not because of their race.
  • Everybody should be equal. "Give me an example in which enforcing this idea has not made everybody except the elite equally miserable." Result: Since no such example has ever existed at any time in human history, for reasons that should be obvious, no such example can be given.
  • There should be a guaranteed living wage for everyone. "Define 'living wage' and explain how you arrived at that number". Result: Deer in the headlights. "Now tell me who is going to pay for this wage? Would that be the person who spent four years of hard study (and no free) time mastering Laplace transforms, Fourier analysis,  matrix equations, and other difficult concepts just to get a BSEE? Did that person get unjust compensation compared to the C student who dropped out of high school and never learned a trade or other skill set?"
  • We need racial justice. "Give me an example of how this justice would be equitably and lawfully administered. Would people stand trial for things they did not do? What specific injustices would this address?"
  • Critical race theory should be taught in public schools, the military, and public agencies. "The foundation of this 'theory' is racism. Please give me an example of when racism was good for society."

4. Finance tip

Little things can add up. Here are some you may not have thought of.
  • Kitchen sponges. A wet sponge becomes a toxic petri dish in a day or two. You could just replace sponges all the time. I make a sponge last a long time. I spray it with vinegar, wring it out, and put it where it will dry (in the sun, on a register vent, or outside). I give it a minute in the microwave, sometimes (be sure to air out the oven at least one hour after doing this).
  • Paper towels. I used to keep a roll of these hanging from a cabinet. Then, I almost totally stopped using them. I use rewashable rags (most of which I have made by cutting up old shirts or jeans).
  • Laundry detergent. You can cut the amount to less than half of what's indicated on the container. If you use a "Heavy soil" cycle, the clothes will wash longer and you need even less detergent. Using "just enough" means you don't have scratchy clothes and can thus eliminate softener for even more savings. How much is just enough? Take something you've washed and put it in a mixing bowl (preferably a clear glass one) of plain water. Wring the item in the water a few times. Do you see suds? You used too much detergent to wash that item.
  • Coffee filters. I don't use these. Why? I bought a coffeemaker that uses a mesh, instead of a filter.
  • Disposable ballpoint pens. You get a better writing instrument at lower cost with less ecological impact by purchasing a cartridge pen. You can buy a 6-pack of replacement cartridges for usually less than $10 for a standard Parker pen
  • Cartridge razors. When the prices on these passed $30 for a pack of 5 crappy blades that would last maybe two weeks and men realized we were paying $60 a month for replacement razors, other options seemed worth exploring. Dollar Shave Club and Harry's provided the same thing at lower cost, except the blades were good and the handles were crappy. But then during the violent civil war of 2020, these companies handed millions of dollars to the insurgents who were murdering police in cold blood, burning down businesses, and pillaging retail stores.

    That sent many of us to the old double-edge safety razor. You can buy an excellent handle for under $20 and 100 good quality blades for $30. The same $30 that got you 5 crappy cartridges. Those blades should last you a full year if all you shave is your face, guys; that is $30 in blades versus $720 in cartridges! If you manscape, the savings increase proportionately. Women also buy these and save big bucks.

    If you "save money" by doing business with DSC or Harry's, you need to consider the moral implications of misusing your money that way. And here's another factor to consider. These companies were both bought by the same companies that made those crappy $60/month blades. Before I fired DSC for treasonous misconduct, I noticed that "f**ing awesome" blade was seriously reduced in quality and didn't last but 2 or 3 days.
  • Plant fertilizer. Do you discard coffee grounds, tea bags, and eggshell bits? Those all are great food for tomatos, kale, eggplant, and most other garden plants. What about kitchen scraps? I don't use my garbage disposal, I compost.
  • Paper cups, plates, and bowls. If you use these in your home for anything other than a kids' party, stop. You are wasting money and adding to the waste stream. Plus, these are usually made with toxic chemicals to get the paper white.
  • Kitchen trash can liners. Use a small enough wastebasket that standard plastic grocery bags suffice. Now you never have to buy wastebasket liners for the kitchen trash.
  • Disposal bags for pet waste. I have an old plastic hamper that broke. I use it to store empty tubs from creatine, glutamine, etc., as well as old coffee cans or tubs. I use these for the waste cat litter. But these are not quite enough, so I got the idea of using the produce bags that you get in the produce department. I rinse them out if needed, and store them in (you guessed it) a plastic coffee tub (you can squeeze these down to take almost no space). These bags sometimes get holes, so I take the coffee tub to the garage where the garbage bin is and remove the bag there to avoid leaving a trail.
  • Drop cloths and plant covers. Save those old sheets! A hole here or there, or some wear, staining, or fading does not mean they are not useful. Use them to cover plants in the fall and extend your growing season (double or triple up as needed). They also make great dropcloths for drywall and painting projects.
  • Junk mail and "read once" items. If there's a blank side, store the paper in a drawer to use for making grocery lists, to do reminders, and notes. These are also great to wrap around a billing statement, paper check, or payment that has credit card information before mailing; no need to buy security envelopes.
  • Baking powder. If you buy a brand that does not contain toxic aluminum (and in the typical grocery store, you will not find such a brand), the cost is staggering. Yet, this is very simple to make. Two parts cream of tarter to one part baking soda and one part starch (potato starch, for example). The starch makes it double-acting.
  • Oven cleaner. I've had the same oven for 25 years. I bake often. It does have some tarnish on the bottom, but not enough to worry about. Instead of buying expensive, highly toxic chemicals that damage the finish on my oven, I use baking soda and vinegar. For a tough spot, I will scrub with The Eraser and water.
  • Window cleaner spray. Use a microfiber cloth and plain water. Norwex makes an outstanding microfiber product for cleaning glass. When it's dirty, just wash it (go light on the detergent).

Also, keep these products in a toolbox drawer (if you do not have at least one rollaway toolbox full of tools you know how to use, then you really are wasting money):

  • JB Weld. It is amazing what this epoxy can repair. I fixed a $150 compost tumbler instead of replacing it.
  • Wood putty. If I see damaged wood (work bench, my climbing wall, wooden trim on house, etc.), I get out a putty knife and the wood putty. Result: Wood rot never spreads. I also used it to repair railing damage on my deck, after getting quotes on replacing that whole system. The lowest quote was $1800.
  • Clear epoxy, such as Super Glue. Gorilla Glue is also good to have around, in addition to a wood glue and a roll-on glue for paper. My shelf liners were dingy looking and peeling up. I cleaned them with vinegar and light strokes of The Eraser and just tacked them back down. They don't look totally new, but they don't look older than a couple of years. They are nearly 30 years old.

I could provide hundreds more tips like these. I did not go online (or anywhere else) to look them up. These are things I know because, like most people I am close to, I grew up with the Depression Era mentality. We didn't get handed a list of tips, we were shown how to live economically and think in terms of not wasting. Before you throw something out, think if there's a way you can use it to replace something you might otherwise buy. And stick to the basics; for example, use vinegar and baking soda instead of specialized products that cost 10X for the same result.

This article is timely, considering the economic damage the socialists have already done and intend to magnify at least until they fail to cheat their way back into office in 2022 and 2024. They have attacked the economy on multiple fronts, including aggressively inflating the money supply. It is going to get ugly. If you start with the list above and make an effort to add your own ideas to it, you will be better prepared to ride out the storm.

5. Security tip

From the fine folks at Mailwasher Pro:

You may have seen the news lately about a US gas pipeline company getting hacked with a ransomware demand, and the Russian group behind this owning up to the deed. (They pocketed $4.4m). Lucky for you, researchers found a novel way to avoid getting infected by ransomware which I'll share with you below. It might not work with all ransomware, but it's a free and easy setting to change so why wouldn't you.

So it turns out that Russian authorities turn a blind eye to Russian crooks doing this ransomware trade as long as they don't target Russian people.

The way these hackers avoid infecting their own country folk is to check if there's a Russian keyboard installed on the target computer.

So, below are some instructions on how to install the Russian keyboard on your PC. it doesn't mean you have to use it or will see it, but it will exist on your PC in the background - doing nothing. Full article courtesy of


 In Windows 10, hit the Windows key and X at the same time, then select Settings, and then select Time and Language. Select Language, and then scroll down and you should see an option to install another language. Click + Add a Language. Search for Russian and click Install, and the Russian language should be installed after a few minutes. Then you can go back to whatever you were doing.

If for some reason you need to toggle between languages, Windows key + Spacebar is your friend.

Please share this free and easy trick with your friends and family.


6. Health tip/Fitness tips

Lose weight, be strong, burn fat, gain muscle

The photos tell you something important about my credibility.

Statistics on 60th birthday, when these photos were taken:

  • Height: 6'0"

  • Wingspan: 6'1"

  • Weight: 148lbs

  • Bodyfat: Unknown, but well below what the Tanita scale says is 5%.

  • Waist: 29

  • Chest: 48

  • Arms: 15

  • Quads: 20

  • Max bench press: Unknown, but I do three sets of 12 reps with 150 lbs to warm up on chest day

  • Training days per week: 6

  • Type of training: Split routine, heavy on supersets

  • Meals per day: 7 on training days, 6 on rest day

  • Percent of diet that is processed food: 0

  • Amount of meat, wheat, corn, or soy eaten annually: 0

  • Number of eggs eaten per day: Between 8 and 10

  • Cholesterol: In normal range, on low side

  • Last illness: 1971

  • Last workout missed: Spring of 1977

Lose weight, be strong, burn fat, gain muscle
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At, 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

The demographic with the fastest growing rate of gun ownership is "black" women. The people who hate "black" people defunded police so that "black" people would be more vulnerable to violent crime. The wrongly assumed that "black" women would be stupid enough to let themselves stay vulnerable.

8. Thought for the Day

The three pillars of current socialist ideology are Hatred, Ignorance, and Deceit. These make a nice acronym that describes their sense of honor and morality: HID.


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The views expressed in this e-newsletter are generally not shared by socialists or other brainwashed individuals. That's because they live in an alternate reality and have not bothered to learn the basics of how life works.

Except where noted, this e-newsletter is entirely the work of Mark Lamendola. Anything presented as fact can be independently verified. Where sources are 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).

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