Meme-of-the-Day

 

Are you an Enemy of the State?

The definition and goalposts have been moved, as many of you readers have observed over the past few months – to anyone who disagrees with Jo/Ho and the swamp. If you think that Joe Biden is senile, you’re definitely an enemy of the state.

(ZeroHedge) So, according to Facebook and the Atlantic Council, I am now a “dangerous individual,” you know, like a “terrorist,” or a “serial murderer,” or “human trafficker,” or some other kind of “criminal.” Or I’ve been praising “dangerous individuals,” or disseminating their symbols, or otherwise attempting to “sow dissension” and cause “offline harm.”

These are the folks that are policing “reality” (the “reality” they have manufactured, and are manufacturing moment by moment), deciding what officially happened, and didn’t happen, and what it means, and who qualifies as an “authoritative news source,” and “fact-checking” everything we see on the Internet. It’s not a bunch of pimply-faced IT nerds writing sloppy code in Menlo Park. It’s GloboCap and the Military-Industrial Complex.

You will simply be disappeared from the Internet, fired from your job, socially ostracized, deemed a “dangerous individual,” a “racist,” an “anti-Semite,” a “conspiracy theorist,” a “white supremacist,” a “domestic terrorist,” an “anti-vaxxer,” a “Covid denier.” And if that doesn’t work, there are the re-education camps that the democrats keep talking about building for people who voted for Donald J. Trump.

 

How do Nordic People do the Laundry?

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John D might have a comment. So also may MRSCAMPERFIXER.

 

Political Observation

Do you love Dr. Fauci?

New, from Simon and Schuster, “This engaging narrative, which draws from interviews the author did with Dr. Fauci himself, follows Anthony from his Brooklyn beginnings through medical school and his challenging role working with seven US presidents to tackle some of the biggest public health challenges of the past fifty years, including the COVID-19 pandemic. Extensive backmatter rounds out Dr. Fauci’s story with a timeline, recommended reading, a full spread of facts about vaccines and how they work, and Dr. Fauci’s own tips for future scientists.”

If you don’t love Fauci (long time), how can you call yourself an American. Get that vax and wear three masks for the rest of your life!

You can’t fix stupid, but you can laugh at it.

President Slow Joe Biden

 

Sikorsky-Boeing SB-1 Defiant

There always has to be a gratuitous photo of the next military helicopter, a ship or a tank, or a retro aircraft on Virtual Mirage. Just because.

21 COMMENTS

  1. We’re approaching level “red” now, when the police become a police state:

    “Biden Administration Urges Supreme Court To Let Cops Enter Homes And Seize Guns Without A Warrant”

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/nicksibilla/2021/03/23/biden-administration-urges-supreme-court-to-let-cops-enter-homes-and-seize-guns-without-a-warrant/?sh=68cf1ff52829

    Bad stuff right there…worse than Red Flag laws, which curiously, Colorado has in place yet the evil Boulder shooter bought a pistol the week before even though family members and some associates now say he was mental. Obfuscation happening.

    As for Mrs C – I asked…she said without hesitation, “I’d do that if I had to.” Knew that, helped her on more than on occasion sew up a horse in 10 below while having to hold the syringes inside her coat to keep them from freezing…no gloves, kneeling on the frozen corral. Then again, Scandinavian’s prefer the cold, built into the DNA…’course, maybe that’s why the menfolk sailed the world in angry pillage, to appease their tougher than nails woman.

    BUT! – and this you won’t believe – sent the Laundry video to my Swedish neighbor, she wrote back “My cousin has his hunting cabin next door to her!” Small world.

    Really like the airship design.

      • Yeah, that’s Rhode Island there, violating due process in front of SCOTUS.
        What a total shithole we’ve become.

        I just wish I had any belief whatsoever that the Supremes would come to the obvious conclusion.

        -Kle.

  2. Sikorsky-Boeing SB-1 Defiant
    Guess I’m just a stubborn old man but I can’t see all the extra cost to make a helicopter go a few miles faster in level flight. The aircraft’s principal function is vertical landing and takeoff. How often will the speed advantage over current designs be worth the quantum increase in costs? How many less complex aircraft can be procured for the same expenditure? What is the saying, “Quantity has a quality all of it’s own”?

    The enhanced hovering envelope provided by the rotor system is probably worth the increased costs.
    Does the military really need that increased performance? Does it open up operations not currently feasible?

    Last question. Will operating and maintenance costs of something that complex limit use in the real world? (Other than flag rank butss getting hauled around)

    • WSF – you miss the point. The newer and better model employs a vast development team. The manufacturing effort requires a massive, well paid team. It’s ‘welfare for the middle class’. What would we do with the money if we weren’t building newer and presumably better war machines?

      • The assumption being they won’t be deployed oversees under the new, highly transparent, and non-war-mongering administration, instead will be admired for their flawless forward thinking all the bells and whistles design while sitting on the base tarmac. I saw a bridge for sale…

        • They could always be transferred to local police departments for law enforcement. I’m pretty sure places like Fredonia, Kansas and Tucumcari, New Mexico have urgent need for helicopter gunships. We must not stand in the way of Progressivism…..um….progress (“You have been deemed hazardous. Will you comply?”).

      • To put a finer point on it, the Boing-Lock Mart Defiant is to ultimately replace the Blackhawk and the Apache. Boing, in a different endeavor, is designing new mod kits for the – wait for it – Blackhawk and the Apache. It’s win-win-win whichever happens.

        Sikorsky is now a subsidiary of Lock Mart. I think we are very close to where there will be only two aviation companies; LM and Textron. Oh yeah, the Defiant is soon to go head to head with the Bell tilt rotor. Textron owns Bell.

  3. What an excellent photo of our new Leader! Great minds obviously think alike. That said, some people foolishly, traitorously, seditiously believe the Corpse and the Whore didn’t get the most votes in the history of our once constitutional republic.

    Problem? Well yes. Solution? LOCK THEM UP.

    I’d like to say that wouldn’t work in the land of the free and the brave, but look at all the mask wearing totemists. We’re clearly reverting to a kind of Anarcho-Marxist. Oligarch led animism.

  4. That is how it used to be for generations. Due to gender equality men had to begin washing too. Very quickly after the world experienced the benefit of the washing machine.

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