All Time High is a New Low

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Where’s Rita Coolidge? We need a serenade here.

As the US average IQ drops dangerously towards Central American levels, we can at least take comfort (foods) in the fact that the now much duller Amerikans are the largest set ever.

The nation’s obesity rate has reached the highest-ever level this year, according to the United Health Foundation’s 2018 . Obesity is a leading contributor to cardiovascular disease, cancer and other conditions. Additionally, an increase in drug deaths, suicides and cardiovascular disease deaths is contributing to an increase in premature death.

Better ban guns and cigars…

The obesity rate exceeded 30 percent of the adult population for the first time in America’s Health Rankings history, up 5 percent in the past year (from 29.9 percent to 31.3 percent). Premature deaths increased 3 percent (from 7,214 to 7,432 years lost before age 75 per 100,000 people).

Livin’ large. Adding in the merely overweight civies, we’re at something like 75% of all persons within the nonborders of the former nation. The trend GROWS (pun). Soon, maybe within a decade or so, the percent of tubbies will equal the average IQ.

USA! USA! USA!

Go supersize something.

PS: Please read all about that amazing money-waster of a program they’re pushing! Sure to be as effective as that last election Y’all enjoyed.

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Still On Schedule

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The next MAJOR recession/depression should ramp the already disastrous federal debt up, heading towards my prediction of $40 Trillion by 2024. Well on the way, now:

According to the U.S. Treasury, the debt of the federal government is currently sitting at $21,854,296,172,540.94, and at our current pace we will likely hit the $22 trillion mark next month. This is a horrifying national crisis, and yet nothing is being done about it. When Barack Obama entered the White House in January 2008, the U.S. was $10.6 trillion in debt, and so that means that we have added 11.2 trillion dollars of new debt to that total in less than 11 years. Needless to say, it doesn’t take a math genius to figure out that we have been adding an average of more than a trillion dollars a year to the national debt for more than a decade. But instead of getting our insatiable appetite for debt under control, Congress is actually accelerating our spending. At this point, there is no possible scenario in which this story ends well.

Meanwhile, the global financial elite are really starting to talk up the possibility of a new financial crisis.

By the time the “elite” start lying talking about a crisis, it’s already started.

Civil Forfeiture – clearing the drafts

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***Note*** I’ve got a lot of drafts sitting around, some in existence and unpublished since 2013. It became obvious to me that I’m in no hurry to get around to them. But, they’ve survived various draft purges over the years. If they’re that important I can just come back and elaborate later. For now, I offer them, kind of as-is, in this, a lightning publishing round. The fun will continue while supplies last. Make of these what you will. Or not. I don’t care.

Follow up after Structuring. Or not, so it seems. You should know where I stand on this issue by now – theft, pure and simple. As an attorney, I used to work with a CA-based organization dedicated to defeating the practice. I’ve lost touch with them and with their linkage. But, I assume they’re still working hard for us. Use your Google, if you will.

Any Bets

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The yellow vests are more concerned about THIS than they are with gas taxes.

At least one person was killed and six people were wounded in a shooting near a Christmas market in the French city of Strasbourg on Tuesday, police sources said.

“There were gun shots and people running everywhere,” one local shopkeeper told BFM TV. “It lasted about 10 minutes.”

A source at the prosecutor’s office said the motive behind the shooting was not immediately clear and that an investigation was under way to see if it was terrorism-related.

So, any bets on that relationship?

MK Ultra And Other Government Crimes – clearing the drafts

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***Note*** I’ve got a lot of drafts sitting around, some in existence and unpublished since 2013. It became obvious to me that I’m in no hurry to get around to them. But, they’ve survived various draft purges over the years. If they’re that important I can just come back and elaborate later. For now, I offer them, kind of as-is, in this, a lightning publishing round. The fun will continue while supplies last. Make of these what you will. Or not. I don’t care.

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The purpose, the only legitimate purpose, of a government, is to protect the rights of its citizens.  The U.S. government has delegitimized itself by committing crime after crime against the People, here and everywhere else.  I think this will be the first of a long series on the American government’s crimes against the People.  I picked MK Ultra because it is so shocking and because most people have never heard of it.

That’s what I had five and a half years ago. I have had a series, of sorts – maybe not as organized as I had envisioned. The good news is that in that time I’ve noticed an uptick in the number of citizens aware of the evil. MKU was back in the news (ongoing ops) and back on this site last Saturday. And, I’ve mentioned it before – not that that seemed to help. 

The End of Merit in NYC Schools

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Will not be a good thing. Sadly, many (maybe most) public schools are now, to one degree or another, converged to the point that education and instruction – the supposed core functions – take a back seat to the new god, diversity. This plan is failure at all costs.

New York is facing an educational disaster. Mayor Bill De Blasio’s socialist plan to end meritocratic entry to New York’s famed specialty schools – in performing arts, hard sciences, engineering, academic achievement – in the name of racial equality, is about to trigger a huge white flight. And not just white flight, Asian flight. Here’s an excellent report from New York Post columnist Karol Markowitz:

In a push to improve diversity at District 15 middle schools in Brooklyn, Mayor de Blasio last week approved a plan to remove admission standards at all of them.

If there’s no pretense even of academic rigor, what’s the point in attending. Many, as the article points out, won’t. They’ll take the tax base and flee. And, those proficiency percentages I like to cite? Prepare to watch them plummet.

PS: Wherever your kids go to school, take a close look at all those SCREENS. I’m aware of the irony – me typing this before one screen and you reading it off another – but this new tech age might just be a raw deal for humanity.

Facebook? – clearing the drafts

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***Note*** I’ve got a lot of drafts sitting around, some in existence and unpublished since 2013. It became obvious to me that I’m in no hurry to get around to them. But, they’ve survived various draft purges over the years. If they’re that important I can just come back and elaborate later. For now, I offer them, kind of as-is, in this, a lightning publishing round. The fun will continue while supplies last. Make of these what you will. Or not. I don’t care.

Okay, I wrote the “questionable” title over two years ago – and nothing else. You all know my thoughts on social media in general and FB in especial. Just another chance to say, “Fvck Facebook.” Done.