People Are Surprised That Actions Have Consequences

In this case the action is the entire #MeToo movement, and rational response to it. Mississippi Gubernatorial Candidate’s Condition For Female Reporter: Bring A Man.

Robert Foster doesn’t want to deal with a bunch of #MeToo issues, and so is protecting himself. I for one, don’t blame him. This guy’s policy predates #MeToo, but makes sense given the type of accusations that are likely to be thrown around.

In the days since, Foster has continued to “stick to his guns,” saying “perception is reality in this world.” He maintains that he’s been dogged by professional political trackers for the past seven months who are itching to get something incriminating on him. “They’re looking to try and manipulate anything they can to try to hurt my character and hurt my chances in this campaign,” he said.

And so he is taking steps to ensure he can’t be hurt for something he didn’t do.

As has been noted elsewhere, this whole “guilty with no way to prove you’re innocence” movement has set women back decades. “Perception is reality.” Feelings are more important than facts. And due process is a 19th Century idea.


Project Veritas Exposes Google’s Plan to Cook the Search

Google wants to control the elections, so they need to control what people know and what they think. Insider Blows Whistle & Exec Reveals Google Plan to Prevent “Trump situation” in 2020 on Hidden Cam

The simple choice is to STOP USING GOOGLE. There are better search engines. (I use DuckDuckGo for 90% my searches.)

The only place I found the 2 minute teaser is on Twitter. The full 25 minute video is below. (And also there is a link to the Bit Chute backup of video, because censorship is a thing.)

The Soviet Union, the East German Stasi, and every other dictatorial regime would LOVE to have been able to control info in this fashion. This is beyond even Nineteen Eighty-four.

BitChute has the video because everyone expects YouTube will deep six this video, and probably kill the Project Veritas channel.

UPDATE: As expected, YouTube can’t handle the truth.

Black Pigeon Speaks On Bit Chute

Black Pigeon Speaks was banned from YouTube for about 12 hours, because of their ever-changing, “we don’t like conservatives so they must be spewing hate-speech” rules. But of course YouTube isn’t quite all of the internet. Black Pigeon Speaks: The Bit Chute Channel.

But because YouTube is where all the ads are used to be, there is Patreon.

For the details see the current video.

The Left – Judge People Based on Race

Because some races are better than others according to the Left. WALSH: The Left Attacked A White College Student For Saying He Loves White People. That’s Wildly Hypocritical. Here’s Why..

von Abele is heckled by a group of other students, who shout at him, flip the middle finger, and weirdly poke his face and his chest. Despite being accused of “assaulting” minorities, the footage never shows him lay hands on anyone. Instead, the angry hecklers put their hands on him multiple times. He never threatens anyone. He is not harassing or attacking anyone.

“Your speech is literally assault; our literal assault is free-speech” – The Left.

I think that all of the Left who hate white people and everything white people have done should eliminate from their lives everything invented by white people. Like the electric light. The integrated circuit. Alternating current. The internal combustion engine (including the diesel). Radio (which would include cellphone transmissions).

Headlines From Europe

I read the European press, because they have better coverage of what’s going on in America – some of it anyway – than 90% of the US press. (I guess they can be a BIT more objective, though they are still mostly a bunch of Leftist shills.) Though the 1st story is from the Washington Post…

The Left’s talking points around Germany have been – for 2 years now – that they are placed to become the “new world power.” Since all the “right-thinking” folks in the media hate America. (No, not just Trump, America.) Merkel missing the first day of G-20 is a metaphor for why you shouldn’t believe all the myths about Germany. But when you lose the WaPo…

The Bundeswehr itself isn’t in great shape, either. To the amusement of the world, Germany’s military made headlines a few years ago for replacing machine guns with broomsticks during a NATO exercise because of a lack of equipment. The headlines weren’t exaggerated. Earlier this year, an internal watchdog described the German military as virtually “not deployable for collective defense.” Only a few of the country’s tanks, helicopters and planes are combat-ready, and pilots have at times had to resort to private automobile clubs’ choppers to practice. Germany approved a boosted defense budget this year, but any trend reversal will take a lot longer.

No mention of Trump and his call for Europe to do a better job with their defense.

Italy stops a terrorist. (Granted this is 2 days old, so maybe you heard about it…) Italian police arrest Lebanese man suspected of planning poison attack.

“He was planning an attack with ricin and anthrax,” chief anti-terrorism prosecutor Federico Cafiero De Raho told reporters, naming the man as Alhaj Ahmad Amin.

Amin, 38, who is a legal immigrant and married with three children, was arrested in Macomer earlier in the day by hooded police who forced him from his car as he left home.

The French are STILL unhappy about paying more for fuel. And now so are folks in Belgium. Brussels protesters attack PM’s office as Paris braces for more ‘yellow vest’ unrest.

Over in Paris, builders were busy boarding up flagship banks and stores along the Champs-Elysées as “the world’s most beautiful avenue” braced for its third straight Saturday of violence.

In what President Emmanuel Macron called “war scenes”, a peaceful protest descended into riots and tear gas, leaving many of the avenue’s windows smashed by cobblestones and other objects.

Two stories from Britain. The first, how NHS (THE Sacred Cow of UK politics) is failing the elderly. Pensioners left in pain amid NHS cuts to hip and knee operations.

The Royal College of Surgeons said patients were being unfairly denied operations by arbitrary policies, including those which restrict them to those in most pain.

And in the 2nd story, folks in the UK still have bad teeth. Soaring numbers of children forced to have teeth taken out in hospital.

The number of children having teeth removed in hospital has risen almost a fifth in six years, new figures show.

Dentists said it was a “scandal” that so many teeth were being left to rot, amid a diet of too much sugar and too little toothbrushing.

Can we blame this on the NHS? No, it isn’t the .gov who is responsible for making sure kids brush their teeth.

Kasparov on Socialism

We called them the Communists, after the ruling party, but the country was The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. (Союз Советских Социалистических Республик or Soyuz Sovetskikh Sotsialisticheskikh Respublik) Battle of Quotes.

Commenting (third hand) on a Twitter “conversation” about Socialism, SiGraybeard had a few comments, but his link to Kasparov deserves to be repeated.

There are still plenty of people who escaped from the old Soviet Union and Warsaw Block living in this country. It is sad that they are not sought out by the media more. They lived through Socialism.

But then the media won’t even report on what is going on today in Venezuela.