With so much being discussed about DACA, I often see that people have "misalignments" between what they think about their personal (immediate) property and family and their nation and fellow citizens. Below is a test to see how you rank on the hypocrisy scale. Answer Yes or No to the following questions: Personal: 1) In my house (place of dwelling) I determine who can and cannot enter. 2) In my house (place of dwelling) I ultimately determine if and when it is time for non-residents to leave. 3) If I came home and discovered someone in my house (place of dwelling) who did not belong there, I would expect them to leave. 3a) I would expect that I could call the authorities to make sure said person left if they did not comply with my demand. 3b) I would expect recompense for anything said person may have broken during their "stay". 3c) I would expect the authorities, if called upon, to punish said offender under relevant law. 3d) I agree with laws against trespass against personal property. 4) If a visitor to my house (place of dwelling) does something that threatens or otherwise makes any member of my family uncomfortable, I reserve the right to have that person removed from my house (place of dwelling). 4a) If that person refuses to leave, I reserve the right to call upon the authorities to remove the person. 5) Strangers have the right to enter my property whenever they please regardless of how I feel about it. 6) Strangers have the right to partake of the food in my house whenever they please regardless of how I feel about it. 7) I have waited in line and brought all proper paperwork to rent a property. I expect others to do the same. 8) I am going on a cruise with my family. I paid for my room. It is fair that the cruise ship allows a stow away to be placed in my cabin with my family. National: 1)In my country I (the citizens) determine who can and cannot enter. 2)In my country I (the citizen) ultimately determine if and when it is time for non-residents to leave. 3)If I discovered someone in my country who did not belong there, I would expect them to leave. 3a) I would expect that I could call the authorities to make sure said person left if they did not comply with my demand. 3b) I would expect recompense for anything said person may have broken during their "stay". 3c) I would expect the authorities, if called upon, to punish said offender under relevant law. 3d) I agree with laws against trespass against illegally entering the country. 4) If a visitor to my country does something that threatens or otherwise makes any citizen uncomfortable, I (the citizen) reserve the right to have that person removed from my country. 4a) If that person refuses to leave, I reserve the right to call upon the authorities to remove the person. 5) Strangers have the right to enter my country whenever they please regardless of how I (the citizen) feel about it. 6) Strangers have the right to partake of the [goods and services provided by my government] whenever they please regardless of how I (the citizen) feel about it. 7) I paid all my taxes and got my paperwork per the law. I expect others to do the same. Scoring: for the Personal give yourself 1 point for answers as follows: 1-4a: Yes
For total of 13 points. Subtract 1 point for every answer not matching above.
For the National give yourself 1 point for answers as follows:
For a total of 12 points. Subtract 1 point for every answer not matching above.
Now add the two scores.
25: You are a consistent person.
Less than 25: You have a contradiction somewhere you might want to check.
13: You are a hypocrite of epic proportions.
Less than 13: You probably stumbled upon this blog by accident, perhaps the "feeling lucky" link in the Google search page. You simply cannot be serious.
The nation is an extension of the personal. National rules generally reflect the culture and expectations of the people. If you don't expect people to enter your home willy nilly, then you cannot at the same time be OK with people entering the country willy nilly. Your national politics should largely reflect what you expect in your personal behavior and expectations.
Thursday, September 07, 2017
This morning I saw a report on GMA where Michael Bennett lied about his arrest in Las Vegas. The report on GMA was so biased I couldn't believe it was allowed to air. There wasn't even a "lets see what the police have to say" part. Bennett did his crocodile tears bullshit as he spoke of not being able to see his daughters:
"The Officers' excessive use of force was unbearable," Bennett wrote. "I felt helpless as I lay there on the ground handcuffed facing the real-life threat of being killed. All I could think of was 'I'm going to die for no other reason than I am black and my skin color is somehow a threat.'" Bennett told reporters Wednesday that during the incident he was thinking about his wife and three daughters "and how much they mean to me."Of course, as is now unfortunately typical, the video evidence proved otherwise: All those black people the police could have up and decided to arrest but didn't. How does Bennett explain this? How does ESPN and ABCNews meaning Disney corp. explain giving this liar a platform? The story headline should not have been: Michael Bennett: Cops drew guns on me for 'being a black man in the wrong place at the wrong time' It should have been: Michael Bennett lies about LVPD while trying to make racial commentary. This is the new Left Crow. This is the real "white supremacy": It is where white liberals make space for and promote black people being treated like children and not made to account for their behavior and words and those who object are made to be non-persons subject to RICO levels of civil rights violations and criminal violence.
Wednesday, September 06, 2017
Back in July I posted about how the Republican party is a plantation for white [conservative] people similar to how the DNC is a plantation for black people:
If anything shows how the RNC is basically a plantation for white folks, it is the failure to repeal the ACA. Whether you agree with repealing the ACA or not is not important. What is important is that the RNC spent most of the Obama administration discussing and declaring how the ACA needed to be repealed and replaced with something "better" (IMO anything not single payer for a "basic level" of coverage with a free market for anything else is not "better"). They campaigned on it. They have governors sue the govt. They got a "conservative" supreme court justice to declare a penalty a tax, in clear contradiction to the actual text. But then against massive odds Trump became president.The Republicans say whatever they think will make the gullible white people who are not aligned with the DNC to vote for them and then once [back] in office, continue to be the right wing of the DNC, where they believe in what the DNC believed in yesterday. Our most recent "revelation", at least for those not paying attention, was the Republican response to Trump's DACA kinda-sorta- repeal. We already knew that DACA was unconstitutional. For that reason alone, both Dems and Republicans should be shoulder to shoulder against that program. They are not. While we fully expect the DNC to be the traitor party that it is, we see how low the RNC has fallen, in which its members, who are supposed to be representatives of actual US Citizens, lining up to represent the interests of foreign nationals. When you have half of the people in government (conservative estimate) working on behalf of foreign nationals you have an occupation government. However; how many of these persons who have publicly declared themselves agents of foreign nationals will be returned to their seats after the next election? I have little sympathy for the DACA folks. They are the victims of government officials that refused to do their duties. Their parents should have been deported a long time ago. Had that happened these DACA folk would have been in their home countries a long time ago with their families. The fact that government officials (across party lines) failed in their duties and in many cases have broken immigration law and no prosecutions happened (and continue to NOT happen) is a slap in the face of every citizen (and legal immigrant) who finds themselves looking for proof of identity when they open bank accounts, purchase cars, get drivers licenses and the like, all following the laws and expecting those same laws to be applied to everyone else. It is a slap in the face of people who for decades paid property taxes into school systems for their children and grandchildren to have funds diverted for bilingual education for children who should not even be in the classrooms. For expanded classrooms that decreases per-pupil teaching time. For monies that are spent on school meal programs for children who should not be in the school and should not be on federal food programs to begin with. A slap in the face of citizens who face water shortages due to overpopulation. The wages that are depressed, the jobs that are no longer available (automation notwithstanding). These agents of foreign nationals, calling themselves Republicans don't care about you or your "rights" Mr. white man. All they want from you is the product of your labour and your "obligatory" vote come election day. If you comply with the latter (since the former is not exactly voluntary) you are signaling that you like the plantation very much.
Friday, September 01, 2017
Monday, August 28, 2017
The continuing fallout from the election of Donald Trump has revealed a lot about the left. I've already discussed that the left is essentially a communist organization that has coopted an entire mainstream political party (Democrats) as well as gotten a second to act as it's convenient idiot, but it has also gotten its tentacles into academia with un-fireable professors, studies departments that lack basic rigors of science as well as operatives ensconced in HR departments countrywide. There these people create complete unconstitutional "codes of conduct" and the like where Left PC doctrine is enforced with those found at "fault" taking their very livelihoods into their hands. But it gets worse. Back when Russia decided it was in it's best interest to take Crimea back from Ukraine major financial transaction companies decided to block financial transaction with certain Russian financial entities. This was the first time I knew of where a private financial company acted as an agent of governments, without a court order of any kind, to impose "sanctions" on a third party. At the time I didn't see this for the huge red flag that it was. I did say that both Russia and China would be best served by making sure they had financial systems in place that could bypass Western systems. I had no idea that US citizens would be put under the same screw. After Charlottesville we saw a number of companies that previously were all about "net neutrality" decide that certain people could not only not use YouTube Facebook or Twitter even though they had not violated any laws OR the terms of service, but these companies went even further. They stole domain names, colluded to deny internet service to those who they disagreed with AND denied the ability to do basic financial transactions via common public platforms. Currently this nefarious activity is being directed at Stormfront. Whether one likes, agrees with or otherwise has some affinity to Stormfront is irrelevant. The fact that a domain name, which is the property of the person who first registers it, can be stolen without a peep from the relevant regulatory and justice bodies should disturb anyone who understands the value of equal protection under the law. Stormfront is an easy target but don't be mistaken. This is a test of power that must be met with a strong show of justice from the government. As one "far right" organization is taken out, the organization or person that was next to them on the spectrum becomes the next target. Soon, the one who thought he was "too mainstream" to become a victim of this mob finds himself the next victim. Understand: The dominoes are falling. This is especially alarming because the US (and elsewhere) is fast becoming a cashless society. Whether it be paying a toll on a road, accessing subways and other mass transit. Whether it be paying for clothes and food. Whether it be carrying on everyday business. If companies that provide these transactions can unilaterally decide to cut a citizen off from these essential services we have a serious problem. It is arguable whether we can say that Facebook or YouTube "has to" let you use their services in order to make a living. It is an entirely different argument whether PayPal, MasterCard, Visa, etc can deny your legal financial transaction because it doesn't like your politics. Imagine for a minute that you said something that some lefty doesn't like (and it's a lefty, because I've yet to see anyone on the right, including so called White Supremacists call for anyone to not be able to make a living or to have their internet access blocked, IP stolen or ability to do legal financial transactions blocked). Imagine they decide to "contact" whomever to mark you as a "white supremacist" or a "[black][yellow][Brown] White Supremacist" and various institutions decide to no longer extended financial services. You are, oh, buying gas and now your Apple Pay or Google Pay is no longer accepting payments. Perhaps you're trying to pay your mortgage. Sorry. You're trying to pay your EZ-pass. No go. This is a very very real possibility right now. Now say you're self employed, perhaps you employ other people at your business. Now you can no longer take payments from your customers. You can't pay your vendors. You can't pay your employees. This is entirely possible. This is not funny. This is not America. Why is all this happening? It would be easy to blame Democrats or "The Left" but Holder is not in the Justice Dept and Obama is not president. The blame lies squarely on Trump and Sessions. I'm going to focus on Sessions here. Since the campaign we have seen unprecedented levels of political violence mostly by leftist groups. We have seen a level of lawlessness, where governors and mayors have openly violated immigration law or stated their intent (which is what is needed for criminal prosecution) to violate immigration law. Various govt. officials have brazenly told police under their watch to allow persons designated "nazis" to be beaten and to have their constitutional rights violated. All of this has happened with mice level peeps from Sessions. This is unacceptable. Where there is a lack of law, lawlessness escalates. Paypal etc. have done what they have done because the persons responsible for setting the tone have failed to do so. Even a failed attempt at prosecution is better than no prosecution at all. Furthermore; as others have noted, if these large internet companies, particularly those that deal with peoples financial transactions and intellectual property are going to discriminate against people based on their political opinions (real or imagined) then they should be brought under regulation. Either all citizens have equal protect and equal access to services, which was the entire point of the civil rights movement, or we have a state where there are second class citizens.
Monday, August 21, 2017
While various black and white faces call for the destruction of monuments of various historical American figures, recent events show one of the reasons that black folk fail to make real progress. Here's what is trending as a replacement for Confederate soldiers: