Some Fairly Wide-Ranging Observations


  • In America, in all walks of life, in academia especially, but also in pop culture, housing and employment, we discriminate aggressively — in favor of young girls, adolescent girls and adult women of all ages. And, we discriminate aggressively against young boys, adolescent boys, and young men. And the dominant media have never been louder in their whining about maltreatment of… women.
  • In America, in all walks of life, in academia especially, but also in pop culture, housing and employment, we discriminate aggressively in favor of non-white Americans, and especially in favor of black Americans. And the media have never been louder in their whining about maltreatment of… non-white Americans, and especially, black Americans.
  • In America, in all walks of life, in academia especially, but also in pop culture, housing and employment, we discriminate aggressively in favor of sexually weird people — people who  prefer to engage in sex-like relations with other people of the same sex(1). We gave into all the demands of the Gay lobby — even the most outlandish, bizarre ones — and today the media have never been louder in their whining about maltreatment of… homosexuals.
  • In America, in all walks of life, in academia especially, but also in pop culture, housing and employment, we discriminate aggressively in favor of men who claim they’re women and vice versa. These are so-called “transgender” people. We call those who request some kind of actual evidence that such a thing could be true, “bigots,” and “haters,” and “transphobes” — not what they really are: intelligent, rational people. Yet the media have never been louder in their whining about maltreatment of… so-called “transgender” people.
  • Switch subject: We all know now that the FBI acted criminally in their pursuit of the investigation into the Trump campaign. The acts were criminal: lying to the FISA court — repeatedly; falsifying evidence; fabricating evidence; witholding evidence; and then, by extension, the actual surveillance itelf. Is there a “smoking gun?” No. Of course not. These are people long trained in the business of not leaving “smoking guns.” However, the circumstantial evidence is overwhelming, and shows conclusively that the very best the FBI can hope for is that everyone concludes that they were all ridiculously incompetent, and not flagrantly (fragrantly?) criminal. It’s impossible,  by the way, to rule out both. This web piece (here) lays it all out nicely.
  • We all know now that the Democrats in the House of Representatives acted criminally. Adam Schiff lied repeatedly in matters directly material to the investigation, including whether he met (he did) with the so-called “whistle blower”  before the impeachment sham. His lies were intended to, and did, affect the investigation itself. This is genuine, real, no-foolin’, authentic obstruction of justice. A felony.
  • We all know now that the Clinton Foundation was nothing more than a cover for a criminal enterprise meant to enrich the Clintons. No one from that corrupt enterprise is yet in jail. We also know that the media covered repeatedly and for a very long time for this scam of an organization, and no one from the media has been held to account.
  • Another topic: Many on the Left (Andrew Doyle and Brendan O’Neill, for example [link]) are now speaking out openly against “wokeness,” the hyper-politically correct silencing of differing thoughts and opinions. We on the Right need to be even louder. The disease of “wokeness” is a facet of Leftness itself. It is not something separate and apart from Leftness.
  • A point: Let’s face it: the so-called “impeachment” has at least the following component: the desire to be able to refer to Trump as “disgraced President Trump,” and “the disgraced President.” You’ll see that, from now on, this word will make its way frequently into Democrat/Socialist campaign speeches. This is further proof that the Left has long been reduced to silly word games to try to bamboozle the American people.

Just a few observations.

— xPraetorius

Notes:


(1) Sorry, “gay sex” just ain’t sex; it’s elaborate masturbation, that’s all. Hence the unwieldy name I gave it up above.

 

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