A Farce Either Way

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You may look at the CoroaHoax as a real pandemic and a real problem. If so, then you’re probably upset that US colleges, some of them, have kind of returned to what passed for normal. They’re, honestly, playing football at the expense of the kids’ health and that of all the relatives waiting to get infected at Thanksgiving. If you’re intelligent, you’re probably upset about the sickness theater infecting these schools. Education, already in the backseat, has been placed in the trunk, behind the Corona Kabuki, etc. Either way, the masks are off the fraud of the system.

Read the Bloomberg story. Then consider all the lack of learning, the critical race BS, the massive debts, and more (or less). What is the point?

 

For the Week of Sept. 21st—

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A whole lot is coming. There’s autumn right around the corner – and, in celebration thereof, I’ll post an updated classic. A few days later – you’ll know it when you see it – I have a very special piece of fiction that all will enjoy. This week, I’ll be handcrafting a new weekly column that is not a rerun. Promise. And, as usual, there’ll be more of the usual. That’s the update, thanks. P

Testing Out

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I’ve always enjoyed the Andover Townsman, but this editorial has me scratching my head.

Not stressing over a high-stakes college admissions test is to a high school junior what sleeping late is to a Saturday morning. If the apparent demise of SAT and ACT scores as benchmarks of young human potential were reduced to an analogy once favored by the authors of those exams, maybe it would look something like that.

Or maybe not. The point is it doesn’t matter anymore, now that colleges and universities are changing their admissions rules so that the scores are optional or not considered at all. For teenagers assembling college applications, whether the school of their dreams wants them as much as they want it now is less likely to be determined by mastery of algebra, logic problems and archaic vocabulary.

Then what does determine admission?

I get it, partly: the SAT, like almost all of the schools, is completely debased and nearly useless. Yet and still, as a recent California study demonstrated, it is still one of the best measures of how well a student may perform in college (what’s left of the colleges) – better than (worthless) HS grades even. Of course, those are just facts. Facts used to be viewed with logic – which, these days, is a problem.

“Pretty soon, all you’ll need to get into college is a pencil. Got a pencil? Get the fuck in there, it’s physics.” – George (Lord, we miss him) Carlin.

The Good Guest

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As demonstrated in a newly released text from the 1980s, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn saw right through the alleged promise of magic dirt:

And really, what sort of a country is America? Naïve (although supposedly so enlightened and democratic): through a clutch of its professional politicians, it blithely betrays itself on a daily basis, yet will fly into a sudden brief fury—but an utterly blind one—and destroy whatever is in its path. The Soviets bring down a Korean Air Lines plane—then, in New Haven, the windows of a Russian Orthodox church are smashed in revenge and filth sprayed on the frescoes. A US army barracks in Beirut is blown up—and a quarrelsome resident of the small town of Pittsfield, Vermont, a people’s avenger, arms himself with a revolver, goes off in the morning to a local shop rung by an Iranian and his Russian wife, Tanya Zelenskaya (the daughter of First Wave émigrés), and shoots her dead, thereby expressing America’s revenge on the Iranians and “the Russians standing behind them.”

Shaky. Russian soil may not be accessible to me for a long time to come, perhaps until death, but I cannot sense American soil as my own.

With no solid ground beneath my feet. With no visible allies. Between two World Forces, to be finely ground up.

Dreary.

May his final years be a good reminder of the rewards of nationalism, the truth, and faith.

God is not Mocked, Even in Iceland

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Keep in mind that the following filth was directed towards Icelandic children:

An advertisement from the National Church of Iceland, encouraging children to attend Sunday school, caused quite a controversy over the weekend. It depicts a big-breasted, bearded Jesus, wearing a white dress and makeup, cheerfully dancing under a rainbow.

The ad had been posted on the church’s website and Facebook page but was removed Saturday. The cheerful Jesus will continue to adorn Reykjavík buses, though, for at least two more weeks.

Pétur Georg Markan, media representative for the church, recently told mbl.is that the church believes it is positive and natural for Jesus to appear to people in all possible forms. In that way, the church celebrates diversity.

Thos “church” goes on to explain what a short litany of psychos “see” in the blasphemy. I see evidence of the satanism and systemic pedophilia that plaques the Western world.

They Continue to Lie

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The US stands at the precipice of a dark age, not the edge of “200,000 deaths from the novel coronavirus.” The CDC was uncharacteristically honest, if characteristically deceptive, in explaining the with-from reporting continuum. The numbers as constantly blasted by the media are false, being wildly overstated by a factor of about twenty.

With a population of 330 million, the U.S. reached 100,000 Covid-19 deaths on May 27, four months after the first recorded case. It has taken another four months to reach 197,633 as of Thursday evening, according to Johns Hopkins University. That’s a number roughly equal to the population of Yonkers, New York, or Huntsville, Alabama. Brazil ranks second in deaths, with almost 135,000 in a nation of 210 million.

Medical doctors have noticed the hysteria and decry it:

We, Belgian doctors and health professionals, wish to express our serious concern about the evolution of the situation in the recent months surrounding the outbreak of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. We call on politicians to be independently and critically informed in the decision-making process and in the compulsory implementation of corona-measures. We ask for an open debate, where all experts are represented without any form of censorship. After the initial panic surrounding covid-19, the objective facts now show a completely different picture – there is no medical justification for any emergency policy anymore.

The current crisis management has become totally disproportionate and causes more damage than it does any good.

We call for an end to all measures and ask for an immediate restoration of our normal democratic governance and legal structures and of all our civil liberties.

If not for the constant hyping and scare tactics, most people would not know this version of the common cold exists. The same gullible population is again played by the same usual suspects. Why?

When Government Schools Kill – rerun…

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I needed a break thought it would be wise to revisit the schools and their ways. Here’s a golden oldie, from last year at TPC. The current events takeaway quote: “…here in the latter-day United States, the insanity is hardwired.” That does sum up 2020. 

When Government Schools Kill

 

Nobody is killing me, my friends, by treachery, not using any force.” – Polyphemus, The Odyssey

I’m sure it’s happened, but I am unaware of any direct homicide of any student at the hands of a public school. The indirect killings, however, are legion. There are murders of other kinds too, and numerous beyond count. The schools kill creativity. They kill interest. They kill intellect. They kill souls or parts thereof. They kill critical thinking. They exterminate freedom. Honestly, it’s why they exist.

[2020 Update: Again, with the “schools shut down, we heard of no “school” shootings. Will the relative peace last?]

Most United States residents and most Americans still find this acceptable. It’s only when one or more children get gunned down at a school that any semblance of outrage arises. And then, it’s usually, by design, twisted around into further hatred of liberty. A maddening cycle.

Such was the case at Stoneman Douglas High School, in Broward County, Florida, on February 14, 2018. The school system, Broward County, the State of Florida, and the Imperial US government, with the great assistance of gunman Nikolas Cruz, murdered fourteen students and three adults. The system, as much as Cruz, did this with great malice and tremendous planning aforethought. 

One of the deceased victims was Meadow Pollack, an eighteen-year-old student. Her father, Andrew Pollack, along with Max Eden, published a new book, which sheds much-needed light on the matter. 

Why Meadow Died: The People and Policies That Created The Parkland Shooter and Endanger America’s Students

Please read a few excerpts from a recent New York Post article. The system knew, for years, that Cruz was a dangerous, crazed sociopath. “Why did the school allow him to remain enrolled despite his daily, deranged behavior for a full year? Not by negligence, but by policy.” Multiple policies dictate that students like Cruz must be tolerated, even at the expense of the safety of everyone else in the schools. 

Pursuant to these policies, records are kept. Pollack published notes from Carrie Yon, Cruz’s Eight Grade English teacher. I’ll relay two which, independent of everything else, scream out an alarm:

Sept. 11: After discussing and lecturing about the Civil War in America Nick became fixated on the death and the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. He asked inappropriate questions and was making shooting actions with his pencil. Some questions he asked were “What did it sound like when Lincoln was shot? Did it go pop pop or pop pop pop really fast? Was there blood everywhere? After the war what did they do with all the bodies? Did people eat them?

Sept. 16: When we began to read the Odyssey Nick paid partial attention (in-and-out) until we came up to the gruesome scene when the giant eats Odysseus’ crew members, only then Nick was interested in the lesson and got my 100% attention.

And, no, the alarm isn’t that middle schoolers were actually studying the “Civil” War and reading Homer, remarkable as those revelations are. I placed double emphasis on certain words related to cannibalism. I’ve written before, and I imagine I’ll write again, that cannibals are the next great protected class of deviates. In this case, in these telling passages, we see early tangential inclusion. 

Inclusion and diversity – of anything, no matter how wicked – are parts of the mantra of the failed system. Combine those with fear (the driving force in public education), statism, hatred of all things Western, ignorance, and sheer stupidity, and you get a lunatic walking around, killing, with an AR-15, while the brave policeman hides under the staircase. 

How could Cruz legally purchase such a weapon, given his extensive record? Because the same policies dictated that all of his defects and criminal behaviors were covered up. Where’d he learn to shoot an AR-15? In the damned school! “Yet they not only allowed him to enroll in Marjory Stoneman Douglas, they literally gave him an air gun, shaped like an AR-15, and let him practice shooting.” All in defiance of expert recommendations. 

Rona Kelly, Cruz’s therapist, and Dr. Nyrma Ortiz, Cruz’s psychiatrist, knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that Cruz was crazy, with lethal ideations. It seems almost everyone on the East Coast of Florida knew. Yet, nothing positive was ever done. Even now I would bet that Cruz, awaiting trial and continuing to act out violently in jail, has yet to receive any neurological examination, to include an MRI or CT brain scan. The sinecures of the fraudulent industry know only enough to perpetuate themselves. They do not ever want to know the literal truth. Systemic solipsism of Luciferian proportions.

How can this be tolerated in an informed and civilized society? Well, it can’t. But, here in the latter-day United States, the insanity is hardwired. For fun, and if you have the time, consult the two one-star and sole two-star reviews on Amazon of Why Meadow Died. See what jumps out at you. I’d go further, but I’m not writing a book of my own about it and I trust your judgment. The one-stars are off-topic and personally vindictive. The two-star, from a “Dr. G,” smells of well-worn gun control hysteria. Note that.

Note also that this phenomenon of fostering, promoting, and defending dangerous psychosis is widespread. I personally encountered it during my year-long research for The Substitute novel. Rest assured that the same evil spirit resides in the Newton County “schools.” It lurks in all “schools.” For that and many other reasons, there is no reforming these institutions. 

It’s also my sad suspicion that there’s also no escaping more gun control (on top of the copious level we endure as-is). That’s why, a few weeks ago, I presented a short fictional (but factual) how-to about caching arms for future use.* I’m working on a similar story about how to easily and cheaply obtain weaponry after the fact. We’ll have that here in the near future.

For now, get your kids out of those educational abominations.

*2020 Update: I have another, related fictional-factual piece I’ve been sitting on…

Dr. Fauci’s New Gig

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It’s great that Chicken Little (and presumably Dr. Burbs?) has found new hoax-related employment! I was thrilled, as I’m sure you’ll be, to read: “Coughing Dummies Help Boeing and United Track Viruses on Planes.”

To collect the data, researchers placed mannequins with human-like heads in various seats throughout seven models of Boeing and Airbus SE jets, then made them cough. Or rather, they simulated a human cough, and how aerosolized particles are expelled and disseminated through the air on the plane, McLoughlin said.

Oh, now, hang on… That’s not at all what I interpreted. How embarrassing for the research mannequins.

I Thought They Were Taking “Southern” Out

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Tossing out the moniker as they threw out the teachings of Christ. THIS is one of the 20,000 reasons to read what Vox Day writes.

Another day and another churchian speaks out against Christianity, truth, and hope:

The movement’s followers craft elaborate tales of super-wealthy liberal politicians, officials and celebrities engaging in child sex trafficking, media manipulation, abuse of government power and other criminal acts.

Some followers believe members of the cabal participate in satanic cults that kidnap, rape and torture young children in order to harvest a psychotropic chemical called adrenochrome from their blood.

Yes, heathen, this conforms to the observable reality of the past forty+ years. Why waste time writing an op-ed attacking people who oppose evil (and note the confusing way he mixes in Q and Q followers, with a healthy sprinkle of lies and deception) rather than just attacking the evil itself. Oh, yeah. That’s why.

Capital Offenses

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More stunning success from Amerika’s government “schools!” In the DC swamp, they spend $30,115 per year per victim, roughly three times the national collapsing imperial average. Yet, while it’s better performance than in Detroit, a supermajority of the kids can’t read or do math at proficient levels.

The public elementary and secondary schools in the District of Columbia spent $30,115 per pupil during the 2016-2017 school year, according to Table 236.75 in the Department of Education’s “Digest of Education Statistics.”

But only 23% of the eighth graders in the D.C. public schools were proficient or better in reading in 2019, according to the department’s National Assessment of Educational Progress, or NAEP, tests.

Similarly, only 23% of eighth graders in the district’s public schools were proficient or better in mathematics.

Yes, we can’t!

Nationwide in 2019, only 32% of eighth graders in public schools scored at or above proficient in reading, and only 33% scored at or above proficient in math.

Does that make you want to send your child to a public school?

Does it give you confidence this nation’s government-run schools are teaching young Americans to be thoughtful and well-informed citizens?

Hahahahaha!!!

CNS is a great site, though their voucher suggestion is a little misplaced and unnecessary and assumes the thieves in government have some right to handle the people’s money. Just close the damned “schools.”