Sunday, September 4, 2016

The Sunday Edition (.018)


Bienvenu to this week's version of the Sunday Edition. It's been another crazy week and it looks as though things are just getting revved up. The CEO of ALIBABA says the US is risking war with China over globalism. He says globalism is good and everything else is bad. He's got his own little propaganda service going, eh?

Anyway, this week my neighbor told me he didn't do favors for people and he rejected my help on one of his ongoing projects. What does this say about our relationship? Well, it says the guy has sort of gone off his rocker but if he doesn't care for my long locks or the way I mow my lawn, then he can admire my good looks from afar. When I was a kid, my old man told me that "at their best, people are no damn good." I am inclined to agree.

One thing that upset the neighbor was a dog that got dumped on the highway and came wandering up. Mr. Neighbor told me he chased the dog away, but it ended up in my garage and will not leave. So then he threatens to shoot the animal. Instead, I took it to animal control where Willie refused to take it, saying the shelter was full and besides the shelter wasn't intended for animals collected outside of town. So, the little dog is still in my garage. I've contacted local folks who are trying to help find a new owner. Meanwhile, I'm still trying to identify the species of the bug that crawled up my neighbor's ass. I will give the dog away for free to the first responder. I will throw in half a sack of Kibbles & Bits. [Edit: little Chihuahua dog is gone, taken home by a nice lady from the parking lot of Walmart.]

• Good advice for those headed back to school this Fall: Don't make the black kids angry.

• Oh snap! According to Gallup, relying on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the real unemployment rate on July 1 was 9.7%, which was up from 9.6% on June 1.

That is nearly double the often cited unemployment rate, which was "officially" 4.9% in July.

"Widely reported unemployment metrics in the U.S. do not accurately represent the reality of joblessness in America," said Gallup on its website.

• The national debt hit $19.5 trillion for the first time ever this week, a little more than seven months after it hit the $19 trillion mark.

• More US schools are shutting down ANY debate against the establishment's premise that climate change is due to human activities. They say the science is settled and unless we all kill ourselves immediately or launch ourselves into space, we're doomed. It's them pesky fossil fuels! That's what they're telling us and irresponsible humanity for using oil and gas. SMH! What was I thinking! I could of had a V-8 and lessened my carbon footprint. Look it up for yourself as I'm tired of doing research for lazy people.

• Millions rise up against socialism as Brazil’s Senate ousted Dilma Rousseff as president Wednesday, voting overwhelmingly to impeach the leftist leader in the culmination of a protracted process that has divided the country.

The vote to impeach Rousseff was 61 to 20. Two-thirds of senators — 54 out of 81 — were needed for impeachment to pass.

Senators broke into cheering and applause after the electronic voting was announced and sang the national anthem, concluding a process that was given the go-ahead in December.

• Now we know why a certain Wise County attorney was hot to run for the District Attorney's spot. George Soros is funding these races across the US and admittedly wants to subvert the justice system in the US. Read here, if you dare.

• Communists, traitors, and criminals run my country and everybody wants a piece of the action.

• The sold-out American media claims that the Russians hacked computers associated with certain US state election boards. Do you believe it? With the track record of lies and deception, why would we believe anything coming from what the press has to say? First, Hillary's computers got hacked (by the Russians), then George Soros computer got hacked (by the Russians). Now the Democrats says it's Trump's fault the Russians did it!

If you believe all that nonsense, then you're likely to believe government guarantees your freedom. Hillary deleted her emails to hide her crimes as did Lois Lerner (of the IRS) and Eric Holder (of the Justice Department) and... and...

• Just because you may not have gotten it the first time: Our government is full of criminals.

• There are 12 murders per day in Chicago. It's like a war zone and get this, guns are banned unless you're a cop. Nonsense makes sense -- Charles Manson.

• The official ‘Black Lives Matter’ website vows to destroy the nuclear family and replace it with communitarian-style collective parenting.

“We are committed to disrupting the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, and especially “our” children to the degree that mothers, parents and children are comfortable,” states BlackLivesMatter.com on its “guiding principles” page.

The notion of collective communities being responsible for children and not parents is an idea that has been pushed by the leftist establishment before, most notably during a piece for MSNBC by Melissa Harris-Perry in which she said the notion that kids belonging to their parents was outdated.

The pledge once again serves as a reminder that the BLM movement – funded by billionaire white elitist George Soros – is a Marxist front to sabotage western values

Instead of encouraging strong parenting in the black community, which has been ravaged by the scourge of single parent households and illegitimacy, BLM is telling them that the traditional nuclear family is a bad thing and that they should relinquish control of their children.

Diminishing the power held by parents to bring up their own children as they see fit also plays into attempts by the federal government to eviscerate parental rights.

As we reported earlier this year, the feds are seeking to create a new bureaucracy that would intervene in family life and could even see state-appointed monitors conduct routine home visits to assess a child’s well-being.

The U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) outlined a plan that will see families treated as “equal partners” in the raising of children, opening the door for government intrusion at all levels.

• By now, everyone is well aware of Colin Kaepernick’s anti-American stance as he refused to stand during the national anthem during an NFL football game.

There are a ton of issues with his actions, but the leading factor that drove his position towards hating America came from one source: Islam.

In short, here is Kaepernick’s statements:

I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.

Hundreds Of Vets Will Stand For This Lazy Punk When The National Anthem Comes On Again!

Now, as you can imagine, this has set many into deep anger towards Kaepernick, but some sympathize with him. Let us address the real issue behind his statement to prove that he is being a whiny, baby that does nothing more than run his mouth without actually helping the issues he claims matter to him.

Oddly enough, did you know that Kaepernick was abandoned by his black family as a child and was adopted by a white family? Did he suffer like he claims or was he taken care of when no one else wanted him? You only hear him talking tough now because something else is driving his anti-American anger. Kaepernick converted to Islam two months ago.

• The Veterans Affairs Department quietly moved this month to ban flying of Confederate flags from fixed flagpoles at the cemeteries it runs, striking yet another blow against the controversial emblem.

Congress had debated and rejected that change, but the Obama administration decided to move forward anyway, saying it was unilaterally imposing the restrictions.

“In particular, we will amend our policy to make clear that Confederate flags will not be displayed from any permanently fixed flagpole in a national cemetery at any time,” wrote Ronald E. Walters, under secretary for memorial affairs at the VA.

Rep. Jared Huffman, a California Democrat who had pushed for the changes, declared victory after the move, and said it was a rejection of some of the sentiments seen at rallies for GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump.

“While racist individuals and groups continue to embrace the Confederate battle flag, it has never been more clear that this anachronistic symbol of hatred, slavery, and insurrection should not be promoted or gratuitously displayed on federal property,” Mr. Huffman said in releasing the VA letter last week.

• YouTube responded to the outcry over its decision to punish “controversial” opinions by demonetizing videos by insisting that the policy had already been in place for three years.

The Google-owned platform recently released new “advertiser friendly” guidelines that stipulated how discussion of “controversial or sensitive subjects and events” would be punished by the user being unable to collect advertising money on such videos.

This prompted a huge backlash from the YouTube community, with many seeing the move as a way of disincentivizing the creation of any videos that touched on contentious political or social issues.

However, instead of amending the policy to satisfy the content creators who have fueled the growth of YouTube, the company simply doubled down and insisted that it had already been punishing controversial opinions for years.

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