Friday, August 19, 2022

Jordan Peterson on ESG and the Great Reset

 Don't miss this.

Three-letter notes

 Greetings, dear readers!  Some short notes on current events:

The FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago is proof of the agency's politicization.  The FBI is no longer in the law enforcement business, it's in the business of enforcing a particular political viewpoint and crushing those who disagree.  An example is the FBI harassment of parents in Virginia who were upset that local schools have been promoting transgenderism.  It particularly should be noted that the FBI unit that organized the Mar-a-Lago raid is the Crossfire Hurricane bunch that intentionally used disinformation to try to frame President Trump for "Russian collusion."  The FBI is dangerous, should be abolished, everyone in it who can be criminally prosecuted should be prosecuted, and the rest banished for life from all government positions and law enforcement.  How do you spell FBI?  К-Г-Б

Speaking of dangerous three-letter acronyms, ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance standards) threaten to become an increasingly deadly threat.  This milquetoast description from Deloitte doesn't reveal how sinister they are.  They are to be substitutes for profit-loss accounting in judging business performance, i.e. "measuring" whether business activities meet goals for climate, hiring according to race/sex/LGBTQ etc. status, and conformity to any other standards imposed by external parties.  It's a kind of central planning, and a tool for imposing cultural Marxism and similar bad things.  It should be stopped and entirely eliminated.  This is something yours truly is working on.  I'll post more on this, including a Jordan Peterson takedown of this poison (see video in next post above).

In keeping with our three letter theme, let's not forget the establishment wing of the GOP.  With crushing defeat of the Wicked Witch of Wyoming, Liz Cheney, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has announced his surrender; he intends to yield control of the Senate to the Democrat Party in the upcoming election.  Why?  He's PO'd that the Republican base doesn't like the establishment candidates and is selecting candidates who have some principles and appear willing to fight, so he intends to punish Republican voters by losing.  That's almost how he put it himself.  I warned a number of people that the "red wave" talk was nonsense, that between the Republican establishment throwing the elections and that Dems cheating, there'd be no such thing.  The GOPe: almost makes a guy wish for the violent purge NSA & CIA director Michael Hayden suggests is called for.

These things are horrible.  Is there no nice three-letter news? Why, yes, there is!  AOC is in the news!  She has received the coveted Donald J. Trump endorsement!

Trump 2024!

Saturday, August 06, 2022

Happy Hiroshima Day!

"He hath loosed the fateful lightning of his terrible swift sword."  Happy Hiroshima Day! Seventy-seven years ago today the United States Army Air Corps B-29 bomber Enola Gay dropped an atom bomb on Hiroshima, helping to bring World War II to a close. In doing so, the crew, and the people who sent them, saved many lives and finished off an evil regime. This is something to be celebrated. 

Many lives were saved, of course, because the estimates were that the invasion of Japan would result in one million casualties for the Allies.  That the Japanese regime was evil is beyond question. At the Japanese concentration camp Unit 731, the Japanese engaged in brutal medical experiments that rivaled the worst of the Nazis.  The Japanese also tortured prisoners of war to death as "medical experiments.  Early in the war (1937, before the war had spread to in Europe) the Japanese committed the "rape of Nanjing" in which 300,000 some Chinese civilians were slaughtered for sport, tens of thousands of women raped before being butchered, and all sorts of unspeakable horrors were perpetrated by the Japanese.  Back in Japan, the events were covered in the news.  In her book The Rape of Nanking, Iris Chang documents how a major Japanese newspaper kept daily box score on a competition between two Japanese officers to see who could murder more civilians.

Seventy-seven years ago today, this kind of evil received a justified response.  Those who whine that the civilians of Hiroshima weren't responsible are wrong.  The Japanese people knew their regime.  They weren't fighting to overthrow it.  For Curtis LeMay, Harry Truman, and the other decision makers, it was far more urgent to save American military lives and end the war than to worry about enemy civilians in Hiroshima.  They were correct.

My father was a USN pilot who commanded a PBY-6A.  My Aunt Johane was a U.S. Army nurse who had landed on Normandy Beach and had helped victims of Nazi concentration camps.  Both had received orders to start packing for the invasion of Japan when the news came of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.  My father and Aunt were thrilled with the news.  Now take a look at the photos on this site.  You too should be thrilled this regime was brought to an end.


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