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1. Good News: Where the Intel is Good
- This issue is dated for the day before Independence Day, 2022. To many
(former) citizens of the (former) United States, it seems odd to celebrate
that day, since we are now a conquered and occupied nation rather than one
that is governing itself and accountable to its people. I think we need to
view the 4th as a sign of what is coming. Sane people outnumber the crazies
who seized the means of governing, and we still have 36 free states plus
most of the federal judiciary on our side. We may not end the stupidity that
has brought about socialist rule, but we can end socialist rule.
Support election reform laws in your state and county, and fight the
election corruption laws being proposed by Nutcase Nancy and her gang of
whackos. This November could initiate the end of the Socialist States of
America, and if the Republican Party has enough actual Republicans then
Biden will cease to be our puppet President some time in February. Yes, it
is a very long eight months to wait for the rule of law to return, but hang
in there. Then we will truly have something to celebrate on the 4th of July
- The European Union is set to ban glyphosate at the end of this year.
Meanwhile, this powerful neurotoxin will still be used to grow the wheat and
corn that many Americans are addicted to (your diet needs to be free of
wheat and corn if you value your brain). Read more about it, here:
- The victim-residents (aka, "citizens") of NYC have a Mayor who, like his
pre-De Blasio predecessors (both Democrat and Republican) loves NYC. Mayor
Eric Adams is following the science instead of Fauci, so his administration
is not enforcing the anti-health "mandates" such as closing down businesses
that don't force their employees to undergo the immunity-reducing jab. He's
probably on a low-glyphosate diet.
- The Covid scam continues to unravel as more and more people understand
that on one side is the science and on the other are the CDC, Fauci, Biden,
the pro-jab regulators, and the mask morons (aka, "mastards).
- Wearing an N95 mask for things like shopping serves no medical purpose,
unless you have severe allergies--and nasal steroids, Neti-potting,
antihistamines, and HEPA filters in your home just don't get the job done.
Thus, wearing such a mask in public is a political statement. And it's rude.
To stop this behavior, we need to ask the masktards we encounter if there's
some reason they cover their face. "Excuse me, I noticed you are covering
your face. Is there some reason for doing that?" They will probably act all
offended, as if wearing a "I am stupid" sign should not be noticed or
questioned. Fine, let them get offended. They asked for it, by being rude in
the first place.
Another thing you can do is say, "I'll bet you're wearing that mask because
of Covid. Have you tried the anti-Covid underpants? Would you like to see
mine?" This really blows their tiny minds.
- I visited a new eye doctor just before the holiday. One of the people at
the front desk asked me if I had any plans for the 4th of July. I said, "I
don't celebrate it now that we are the Socialist States of America. But I
will be happy to celebrate it once we are liberated."
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3. Brainpower tip
A libtard working for one of the outside services vendors
we use sent me a message about Juneteenth, and in it he practically made a hero
out of Brainless Biden. Here is my reply:
"It seems an odd thing to celebrate since over 80% of people who call
themselves black are either descendants of people who arrived in America after
emancipation or themselves came here. These millions of free "blacks" came here
because it's the land of opportunity, not the land of oppression (as that false
victimhood narrative goes). I personally don't see people as being less able due
to whatever skin color they have, but Biden keeps beating that particular racist
drum. My own ethnic group comprises 6% of the American population ("blacks" are
13%) and we have long been targets of hateful remarks and behaviors. But we stay
here and thrive!
On this same day in June, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were executed as
communist spies, so that is another way to celebrate the 19th (if you believe
they were guilty, and evidence there is sketchy)."
These various narratives about how people who call themselves "black" (PWCTB)
are oppressed are prima facie false. Nobody is forcing them to stay in the USA.
If it is so bad here, why do they not relocate to Canada or Mexico? Only 1/6 of
the world's population lives in the entire western hemisphere, so there are
plenty of places they can go at fairly low cost. But you don't see them doing
that, do you? Then there are the PWCTBs who give their kids stupid-sounding
made-up "African" names to impede their participation in American society. If
Subsaharan Africa is so wonderful, why don't they move there?
The reality is that PWCTBs do not experience systematic racism, systematic
oppression, or racial injustice.
- Many PWCTBs are disadvantaged, because they choose to speak jive, cop an
attitude, avoid work, dress inappropriately, fail to study, do D- work
instead of A level work, etc. They blame external forces and other people
for their failures.
- Many people who are called black by others (and also many PWCTBs) are
highly articulate, have a strong work ethic, bring their A game to
everything, dress for success, and really know their stuff. They do not
consider failure an option, they find a way to overcome whatever is in the
way. They succeed and are admired. People, regardless of skin color, come to
them for advice.
Something I cannot fathom about PWCTBs is why any of them ever vote for a
Democrat. For decades, PWCTBs have been a "taken for granted by the Democrat
Party leaders" voting block. When I have inquired, the reply has always been
some reference to the 1964 Civil Rights Act. What the PWCTBs ignore is that if
not for the Democratic Party, it would have been the 19 FIFTY 4 Civil Rights
Act. During the War, Ike took a profoundly pro Negro integration/equality/rights
attitude and he carried that with him into the Presidency. He could not abide
the many stupid policies, laws, ordinances, and practices that treated people
worse based on their skin color. As POTUS, he got the Republicans behind one
civil rights act after another, but Speaker of the House LBJ could not get the
votes from his own Democratic Party to pass those measures without watering them
Once LBJ was POTUS, he had the push to get Ike's dream signed into law. And
what was the consequence of that? Suddenly, the Vietnam War spiraled out of
control. It so damaged his Presidency, that he announced he would not seek and
would not accept, the nomination for POTUS in the 1968 election. After the Act
was signed, the Democrats found multiple ways to destroy "black" families and
foist the victim mentality onto PWCTBs.
Yet another pointless group with no real problems to solve
Then there are these folks, the LGBTs, who claim their "rights" are being
violated. Ask them, "What rights do you not have that other people do have?" and
they can't name even one. Some will say the right to marry the one they love,
but by definition a marriage is a legal contract between a man and a woman.
Anybody can form a civil union, whether they are the same sex or not.
Yet, these nutjobs insist that they are going through "genocide" and being
denied their civil rights. They fail to acknowledge the fact that people who
don't wear "gay" on their sleeve and/or discuss openly their sexual habits or
"act gay" (behave in contrived manner that alienates people) seem to do just
fine in life. In fact, before these nutjobs came along, the demographic of
known/admitted gays put them well above the average level of income and wealth.
They didn't whine about being oppressed, they focused on succeeding.
A new group
What if we started a new "oppressed" group called LCBT? That stands for
Logical Cognition-using Brain-enabled Thinkers. We are definitely a minority and
we are definitely oppressed. To swell our numbers, erhaps we could admit to our
group reasonably intelligent house pets. Most cats, for example, are logical and
use cognition and are brain-enabled and are thinkers. Cats solve problems that
they find interesting and they also have a lot of patience for just sitting
I contrast this with libtards, who are irrational, lack basic cognitive
skills, have severe brain disablement, and have yet to demonstrate any ability
to think. Rather than solve problems, they create new ones while also
exacerbating existing ones. Unlike libtards, who are hateful and intolerant, the
typical housecat is affectionate and accepting. Cats purr, libtards whine. I
wonder if there is a direct correlation between having a negative IQ and being a
whining, self-centered, hateful bully? There certainly seems to be.
We LCBTs do not have our own "pride" month, do not whine about pronouns, and
don't make up silly problems just to have something to complain about. Nor do we
demand reparations from stupid people, though when you think about the costs
stupid people inflict on us every day we really do deserve reparations.
People who take on the victim persona become victims. It's a self-fulfilling
prophecy, regardless of skin color. People who take on the victor person become
victorious. It's a self-fulfilling prophecy, regardless of skin color.
We are bombarded with stupid, baseless claims about social injustice as if
some people who had nothing to do with the problems of some other people who
created their own problems should feel guilty about the person experiencing
problems of their own creation. The brainpower lesson here is each of us needs
to challenge the stupidity or we let it win.
4. Finance tip
Before the coup, unemployment was at a 50 year low. Since the socialists took
over and installed their pet retard in the White House, inflation has
skyrocketed and employment has nose-dived. Oddly enough, some companies have
closed due to not being able to hire enough qualified employees thus costing the
jobs of the employees they did have. With all the idiotic, unscientific,
health-harming rules imposed under the delusional assumption that Covid 19 is a
threat to healthy people even though it never has been, many people won't go to
work. The "jab or job" choice, also imposed with no scientific basis behind the
delusional assumption it offers some kind of group Covid protection if enough
people in a group get it, has meant people who prefer to keep their health lose
What's happened in response to all this job loss is many people are
starting their own business as:
- An Amazon seller or eBay seller. Selling in these marketplaces is the
path to poverty (and extreme debt) unless you have the business education
and experience plus the specialized knowledge required to succeed. The vast
majority of people who try this fail. Spectacularly.
- A consultant. In an effort to really drum up business, they don't
specialize (wouldn't want to miss that opportunity!). Being a successful
consultant requires a commitment to do things like attend trade shows, be
involved in professional associations related to your area of specialty, and
stay current with licenses and certifications.
- A handyman. "Hey, I'm good with tools so why not monetize that?"
Skinflints hire a "handyman" and then demand perfect work, free work, and
work under poor conditions. Pass.
- An Uber or Lyft driver. You cannot make money doing this as a business,
because it takes such a huge toll on your car.
- The ideal host for AirBnB or some similar gig. There are reasons why
hotels charge what they charge. The vast majority of people lose not just
money, but their sanity doing this.
The mistake all of these people make is they are looking for something they
perceive as "easy" to do, with no real start-up costs, no real investment, and
well, no real business aspect to it. Any business venture you start needs to be
in an area you already understand and it needs to be something you really care
about and enjoy doing. You will have to accept the fact that nothing that you
can actually make a living doing is "ready to go". You might do any of these
things as a side hustle, perhaps building experience and those all-important
business connections. But you don't just pick up something and start making a
good living with it.
If you find yourself unemployed and unable to find work, you need to sit down
and think about what you offer. What problem can you solve for a prospective
employer? If you were going to hire someone to replace a toilet, what job title
would you seek to hire? A plumber. It's one word. Plumber. Read the idiocy on
the typical "loaded with keywords and nonsense sentences" resume. Ask a plumber,
"Can you replace my toilet today" and he's not going to say, "I'm looking for a
forward-thinking environment in which I can further develop my skills as a team
player and leader, with the longer term goal of moving into upper management".
But if he did, would you not throw him out of your house rather than hire him?
Don't look for a job. Look for a problem that you are especially suited to
solve, then find an employer with that problem. Network, but not in an obnoxious
way. That is, don't show up at events and hand out your resume. I don't believe
in resumes, myself. The last few times I got hired, I didn't bother with a
resume. I had spent time building contacts by doing things for people, being
nice to people, doing outstanding work, never being late to a meeting or with an
assignment, going to industry events, and expertly polishing my shoes before
every meeting. People asked me if I would consider working for them, I didn't
ask them for a job.
Rather than polishing your resume and sending it out to some HR person who
will probably trash it, polish other people's apples (and your shoes, of
course). By polishing other people's apples, I mean making them feel good that
they are around you (show interest in them, have a positive air about you
without being unrealistic, be helpful, and smile). Sure, this won't get you a
job right away. But doing this consistently as a way of being is how you have
your ducks lined up in a row so that if you do find yourself jobless that
shouldn't be for long.
More than once, I have had a job offer made to me on the very day I lost my
current job. Before cell phones, I'd get a call before I even had time to sit
down to dinner. The last time I got let go (after four years of layoffs at this
company), I had one offer before I got out the door and a second one before I
got to the parking lot. My boss had actually made the calls to the people who
called me. I didn't ask him to do that, but he hated it that I got laid off. He
also hired me for freelance work after the decimated company was sold to a new
owner; that was nearly 20 years ago and I have been freelancing for them ever
Always be the solution to someone else's problem(s) rather than asking them
to solve your problem of being out of work. Nobody owes you a job, but plenty of
people are willing to pay for help solving their problems.
5. Security tip
If enough electric cars are sold, everyone's electric bill will decrease
because of the blackouts that will result from stupidly overloading the
grid. That's (sort of) the good news.|
Think how many people will die from
electric cars for this one reason. When it's 110 DegrF in your house with
all the windows open and you're the typical senior citizen your chance of
surviving is poor. The whole point of electric cars is to kill people off by
causing widespread loss of electric power. Not just homes, but also
The psychopaths who run things keep coming up with these population
control measures. Daylight Carnage Time kills and maims large numbers of
people each year, yet Congress refuses to stop the killing. That's because
Congress is controlled by a handful of rich, powerful people rather than
voters. And those rich, powerful people do not like sharing the planet with
the rest of us. We breathe THEIR air, drink THEIR water, and use THEIR
resources. They don't care that we also work to provide THEM (and everybody
else) with the comforts of life.
During the Covid scamdemic, Quacktor Fauci and the Centers for Disease
Continuance kept spewing nutball advice that made people sicker. Sadly, many
people believed even the most stupid things. If Fauci had said you have to
cut off your pinkie finger to stop the spread of the virus (a virus that was
never a threat to otherwise healthy people), you can bet millions of
libtards would have cut off their pinkie finger and then tried to shame the
brain-enabled into doing the same thing. This sounds like a stretch, but
look at all the stupid things libtards are STILL doing to make themselves
sicker because they inanely believe those same idiotic practices will
somehow protect them from a virus that has long since exited stage left.
We now have only two effective vaccines for Covid-19:
- The produce department.
- Covid-22, aka Omicron. People who get this mild form of Covid (a
vaccine, BTW, is by definition a mild or inert form of the pathogen)
developed the full-blown, three-part antigen defense Covid-19.
Yet, the psychopaths continue to push the experimental gene therapies and
the lie that these are somehow vaccines. The death toll from the jab is huge
compared to the death toll from Covid-19. In other words, when Covid-19
failed to reduce the population to the desired level out came the ersatz
pseudovaccines to do the job. And those are proving to be very effective in
killing people. In the Pfizer trials, the jab killed 1,200 people. That is
why Pfizer wanted the records sealed for 75 years. I have a copy of the
trial results, and will send those to anyone who asks.
You can continue to examine public policies that kill people but bear
names that dishonestly make them appear to be benign. You will find the list
just goes on and on. And that's because we peons have been deemed to be an
infection in the body of Mother Earth. Like any infection, we must be
eliminated. That is what is behind all these thinly disguised
population reduction measures.
What can you do about this?
A simple piece of advice, here. Use your own judgment and common sense.
Don't simply go along with things, but examine them. What happens, for
example, when over 300 million people are suddenly in a state of sleep
deprivation? Does this make you safe? Of course not, which is why the twice
per year clock changes always produce a spike in traffic fatalities and
You can examine EVERY BIT of Fauci's advice, except for the wash your
hands thing, and find what he advised did nothing to stem Covid but often
made people sicker. And that was his goal, to make people sicker so there
are fewer of us to crowd the planet.
Accept nothing from "the experts" as true. Don't automatically reject it
as false, either. First administer "the smell test"; this is what knocked
out everything Fauci said, it was all just prima facie stupid. If it passes
the smell test, then submit it to more rigorous examination. Remember,
anything said by the lamestream media has a 99.999% chance of being wrong. A
stopped clock is right twice a day, so it is theoretically possible that
something being spewed to the public is actually true. Maybe even useful.
Then again, as my wise friend Joseph pointed out, when it's a digital
clock the display just goes dead. And I think that is where we are with
Fauci, the woke morons, the socialists, the 72 genders people, the Biden
supporters, and the other severely brain-disabled who should just sit down
and shut up.
Their "brain clocks" are simply dead. Rather than look for something
these nitwits accidentally get right, don't waste your time listening to
them. There are plenty of informed, rational people who will disagree with
you in an intelligent way, and THOSE are the people to toss ideas back and
forth with. And THOSE are the people with whom we can take a stand against
the onslaught of destructive stupidity that is a colossal threat to those of
us who are brain-enabled.
6. Health tip/Fitness tips
The photos tell you something important about my credibility.
on 60th birthday, when these photos were taken:
Bodyfat: Unknown, but well below what the Tanita scale says
Max bench press: Unknown, but I do three sets of 12 reps with 150 lbs
to warm up on chest day
Cholesterol: In normal range, on low side
Last illness: 1971
Last workout missed: Spring of 1977
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
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Here's an article on Daylight Carnage Time, a population control measure
that most people simply go along with (to their detriment):|
If you want "an extra hour of sunlight" in the evening, then simply get
up a little earlier and your waking day will send sooner. You can do evening
chores in the morning before heading off to work, or ask for flextime if you
do not already have it. Personally, I stay on Daylight Carnage Time year
'round. During non-DCT I start my day at 0420, but for most of the year it's
a more reasonable 0520.
There is no reason to change the clocks, except to help reduce the human
population. Population reduction is the main result of this practice. No
daylight is actually saved, it is merely reallocated by lying about what
time it is. A colossally stupid idea that we all need to reject.
Here are some other colossally stupid ideas that we all need to reject:
- The drinking of sodas. Say hello to esophageal cancer, osteoporosis,
and tooth decay. Wonderful.
- Calling "food" anything that contains safflower oil, high fructose
corn syrup, hydrogenated oil, American wheat (and other glyphosate-contaminate
- Calling an experimental gene therapy that doesn't stimulate the
production of an antigen a "vaccine".
- Doing "full body" workouts and expecting good results. It is not
sustainable or particularly productive, because of human physiology. The
correct solution is the one used by all serious athletes, and it's
called the split routine.
- Using toxic chemical concoctions to "clean" your home. How does
spreading poison in your house make it "clean"? Isn't the purpose of
cleaning to make your home more livable, not less?
- Using the phrase "convenience food". There is convenience poison,
but convenience food does not exist.
- While at the grocery store near the peanut butter, coming across an
amberish, fairly clear fluid in a jar marked "honey" and believing the
label. That fluid is clear because what was once honey was overheated
and destroyed; it's now basically an enzymeless, dead sugar concoction.
- While at the grocery store near the honey (if they actually have any
real honey), coming across a brown paste in a jar marked "peanut butter"
and believing the label even though the stuff inside the jar has been
rendered unfit for human consumption by the addition of detergent (aka,
"emulsifier"), seed oil, vegetable oil, sugar, HFC, dextrose, maltose,
or any combination thereof.
- Pretending there is such a thing as a "low fat" dairy product. To
make such a product, the food is homogenized (all fat broken down into
tiny, same-size particles), emulsified (detergent added), overheated,
and processed in other ways before adding corn starch, sugar, and/or
other contaminants to render it unfit for human consumption.
- Pretending there is such a thing as a "fat-free" dairy product. It's
like the low-fat garbage, only worse.
Not related to health or fitness, but important all the same:
- Calling wind or solar electric sources "green energy". They are not
green, they are intermittent. Call them intermittent energy. Calling
them "green" ignores the fact that, per watt generated over the life of
the installation, they produce just as much CO2 as a coal plant.
- Electric cars. This is stupid in the extreme. There is no economic
or environmental justification for these, only stupidity posing as
concern for the environment.
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.
You do not need a parachute to skydive. You do need a parachute to skydive
8. Thought for the Day
Money can't buy happiness, but it sure makes misery easier
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