Things that Brandon isn’t as smart as…



  1. Themes in general made me very unhappy (being respectfully politically correct in your house).
    The last one with Ashley must have tripped a brain breaker somewhere, because my logic circuits went offline for awhile.

    • ???? I cannot discern your stance on the memes shown above. Are you sad at their truth, or that you dislike having your heroes disrespected.

      • The truth is undeniable, though there are deniers all the same. The media carries the propaganda the way that the Anopheles Mosquitoes spreads malaria. Bad government policies formulated by people’s agendas that are not keeping with Constitutional principles never seem to be held to account.

      • oldvet50
        It seems I was being too obtuse.
        The memes caused me emotional disturbance because they showed an evil which I abore.
        The last meme re. Ashley Babbit caused an immediate brain shut down due to a blinding blood-red rage because of the truth that she was murdered by a state actor who not only faced no consequences, but was lauded for his actions by the commie leftist elites who run my government.
        This was a non-judicial killing approved by Pelosi.
        If you want death death squads this is how you get death squads.

        Now that I have clarified my comment I hope Larry’s blog is not adversly affected and I will be expecting “the knock on the door”. ala Bera.

  2. It isn’t just Ashley.
    It’s the many who have been murdered in hospitals with the refusal to administer protocols that have been proven to be effective.
    I interviewed a woman a couple weeks ago who fought to get the hospital to administer Ivermectin (and they complied) and her husband was recovering when another administrator then denied the “horse medicine” and he died.
    And it’s happened thousands of times.
    Because of this illegitimate, corrupt administration and it’s policies.
    A reckoning is due. Overdue.

  3. 2,022 years ago the honest reporters had to hide their writings in caves, which became the Dead Sea Scrolls. The claim that the mainstream media is a watchdog on the powerful is a complete lie. Always and everywhere, the mainstream media is owned by and supports the powers that be. Who has been prosecuted based on the evidence found on the laptops of Anthony Wiener and Hunter Biden? Gislane Maxwell was convicted of procuring underage women for…nobody?

  4.,_1st_Baron_Acton#cite_note-lmcone-4 leads to

    I cannot accept your canon that we are to judge Pope and King unlike other men, with a favourable presumption that they did no wrong. If there is any presumption it is the other way against holders of power, increasing as the power increases. Historic responsibility [that is, the later judgment of historians] has to make up for the want of legal responsibility [that is, legal consequences during the rulers’ lifetimes]. Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men, even when they exercise influence and not authority: still more when you superadd the tendency or the certainty of corruption by authority. There is no worse heresy than that the office sanctifies the holder of it. That is the point at which . . . the end learns to justify the means.

    Psychopathy, sometimes considered synonymous with sociopathy, is characterized by persistent antisocial [criminal] behavior, impaired empathy and remorse, and bold, disinhibited, and egotistical traits.

    Most political leaders are sociopaths, with reduced empathy. The libertarian position is to notice that and want to try something different. This runs contrary to human political instincts for monkey troops, which are inherited from the great apes. Monkey troops work with 150 members, which fit within . But, with 300 million members and 21 group size doublings, the tuning is wrong because the top monkeys have far too much military power. If you put an engine 2 million times larger in a car, wouldn’t you expect the rest of the drivetrain to explode from the increased power?

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