I think that he’s smaller than that.

Gen. Milley is a traitor. I’m sure that he justifies his treachery in much the same way that Benedict Arnold did.

First, a little shameless self-promotion

White Powder: A Novel of the CIA and the Secret War in Laos, which I wrote, is based on actual people in actual situations and much of the dialog in the story actually came from the mouths of the participants. Some of the names were changed or moved around a little.

There is something intoxicating about a secret. There’s something terrifying about a shadow war. You may not know much about Laos or the world of WHITE POWDER. You aren’t supposed to. Drugs, sex, and murder combined with personal and national agendas to create the hidden world of heroin where governments and drug empires collide.

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The Hospital Staffing Crisis

(link) This is an interesting article that I’ll quote in part below.

A nurse from Alberta, Canada, has written a letter debunking the myth that hospitals are being overrun with patients because of the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).

In truth, this person contends, the only crisis is “a staffing crisis that has been brewing for decades.”

“Do not believe the hype,” she says.

Even so, this individual expects to be terminated within the next few weeks for refusing to take an “Operation Warp Speed” jab in compliance with her employer’s demands.

“I am a loyal, reliable employee that has not had a sick day in 2 years, yet I will be terminated,” she laments.

As you probably well know by now, the official government claim is that hospitals are “full” of patients because some people are refusing to get vaccinated. The government also says that all doctors and nurses who refuse the jab have to be fired because they are supposedly putting patients at risk.

None of this is true, of course, but when has the truth ever mattered to the engineers of this contrived plandemic? Not once that this writer can recall, anyway.

“We have had 3 COVID deaths in 2 years,” this nurse went on to reveal in her letter.

“I am personally familiar with 2 of these deaths and both patients had life-threatening pre-existing conditions. One of the patients that died was fully vaccinated.”

The nurse went on to explain that one of the patients received a “positive” PCR test, followed by a “negative” rapid antigen test. This just goes to show that even the tests are flawed and unreliable.

“These tests are not reliable and even the CDC said they should not be used,” the nurse says. “This is why there are so many people testing positive yet have no symptoms of illness.”

Canada’s corrupt socialist medicine policies are partially to blame for the staffing crisis

As for the alleged “bed crisis,” the nurse says that this is a lie as well. She says she has been watching closely the number of acute care and ICU beds throughout her region and there is nothing out of the ordinary taking place.

“What we do have is a staffing crisis,” she says.

“This crisis is due to an aging population of both patients and staff. We started the year out with 10 doctors in my town. Three doctors have moved away. Two doctors are over 70 and are not covering our emergency department anymore. So, we are down to five doctors to work in their private practice AND to cover the emergency department 24/7.”

Another factor is Canada’s health care system policies, which cap the number of patients a doctor can bill for on a daily basis. This means that doctors are not seeing every patient who needs care because they are not being paid to provide that care past a certain point.

“Sorry, but you can’t expect these doctors to work for free,” the nurse says….


Politically Incorrect Question

Behind every dashiki wearing hotep nubian negro there’s almost always a 400lb morbidly obese marshmallow-looking white woman who calls him her king. Why is this?


Voting Audits

The panic coming from the Audits isn’t so much about Trump being put back into office as President. It is about the revelation of election fraud that has been going on for 60 years. [They/The Swamp] want to make it all about Trump, and paint him out to be a crybaby, and those who support him to be crazy and radicals. That keeps a whole group of people distracted from the reality that fraud became a standard practice.

For anyone who is thinking of jumping on that bandwagon to discredit the audits let me plant this seed. All those career politicians, both left and right, the ones whose districts/states have gotten worse, crime up, drug trafficking up, murders up, homeless rates up, education down, living conditions down, human trafficking up, welfare rates up, in short….the place went to shit while the representative got rich….you know….that politician you hope “the other side” doesn’t bring up in an argument. There is a reason they are slandering the idea of an audit, and there is a reason they want you to oppose them.


The captioned photo “The French” doesn’t have anything whatsoever to do with this blog post. I was looking for a captioning photo and had that one. Sometimes you just go with what you have.

It’s a blog, not rocket science.


  1. Socialized medicine: Despite every evidence to the contrary with people from Canada going to the US for surgeries and elderly patients in GB being denied care because of limited resources liberals continually want centralized healthcare. When the centralized system encounters problems it is not because of the weaknesses inherent in centralized healthcare. According to the liberals it is because it was not implemented fully.

    A somewhat rhetorical question: Can’t these people ever admit they were wrong and change their viewpoint just based on what works and what doesn’t?

    As always, Ramirez is right on point as was your title “I think that he’s smaller than that”.

  2. “the place went to shit while the representative got rich….you know”

    Overall, you are spot on. There are exceptions, CO-4 is represented by Ken Buck (R), a career politician starting as a District Attorney. Has he gotten rich in office? Not that you can readily see. Wish the same can be said for the rest of the delegation. Pistol packing Boeberg CO 3 (R) is in her first term so we can’t know for awhile.

  3. Off topic: In a moment of weakness (i.e. avoiding work) I dipped a toe into the cesspool of propaganda that Scientific American has become. It was a Public Health editorial by one Tanya Lewis that recommended N95 masks for everyday use. This paragraph stuck out in particular:

    What about the bewhiskered among us? How does facial hair influence the effectiveness of various masks? While there are not a great deal of data on this, some research suggests that the longer a person’s beard or mustache is, the less effective a mask will be because it makes an inferior seal with the face. The CDC has released a somewhat amusing graphic demonstrating styles of facial hair that are appropriate to wear with a respirator.

    What idiocy. If there is sufficient hazard to wear an N95 mask then ANY facial hair other than a small mustache completely defeats the purpose of a specialized mask. This Tanya Lewis (and her layers and layers of editors) are either morons or mealymouthed cowards terrified of offending the habitually bearded, such as fanatic adherents of wretched hot-desert monotheisms and Tolkien dwarves.

    • By the beard of the Prophet (his name be praised), I wonder how they’re masking in the Middle East? Just put one of those cheap paper masks over the top of the (filthy) beard?

    • Much of the people who read Scientific American have merely a passing curiosity yet are ignorant of most subjects. It is quite easy to manipulate and control the ignorant for they know no better. SA had joined the ‘woke’ chorus long ago, perhaps it is more obvious now. Even Nature – a weekly periodical useful for field or research scientists in the race to be published – has long shown a progressive bias in the wars for social engineering.

      Of the Tanya Lewis quote, she is wrong. There exists a large body of research which has studied the subject of facial hair vis a vis face masks. Why would she deny that seemingly innocuous field of study? I fathom her reasoning is to maintain the narrative fostered by those who seek to be our masters. Therefore she too cannot be trusted.

  4. Good picture of French cavalry. Knew it immediately from the helmet and the hat. Nothing wrong with the French cavalry in WWI, except for the politicians.

    As to Milley? And all the others? Special place in Hell for those officers.

    The medical crisis is made up. The death figures from Covid are less than they were during the Spring 2002 flu season, at least in my area. Lots of reaping of old folk. How many would have died of Der Covid if they had received proper care when the infections were building?

    And, gee, if you lay off half your ICU nurses, and then close the number of beds the laid-off nurses supported, then, sure, the percentage of remaining ICU beds filled by Der Covid potenial victims rise. Actual number of beds occupied by Der Covid sufferers remains the same or can drop and ‘statistically’ ‘the percentage of beds’ remains high.

    What’s that line about lies? There are three types of lies. Lies, damned lies and statistics. Which Der Covidiocracy is full of all three.

    It’s gotten to the point that even ‘Mr. Trust Major Medicine Me’ is questioning everything said.

  5. The fake pandemic is designed to collapse the current – best in the world – healthcare system so government can take over for their socialized medicine plan. When the patient is third on the totem pole – doctor/insurance company/patient – and they discuss the cost of things amongst themselves while you stand there wondering how much you are going to get hung for, and nobody can tell you….that opens the door to all sorts of graft.

    The voter fraud network wants the good folks to throw up their hands and walk away from the booth, gives them no competition. Which means we still should vote regardless whether we can prove it matters.

    • The MD is nowhere *near* the top of the totem pole. It’s more like this:
      Hospital administrators [1]
      Big Payors (MediCare, MedicAid, large “private” insurers)
      Psychotic/drug-seeking/otherwise altered patients
      Entitled patients (“Karens”, hood rats and members of other protected groups) [2]
      Non-insane/non-entitled patients

      [1] Hospitals used to be run by physicians mostly. While there are obvious problems with letting MDs run things, hospitals are now run by MBAs or similar members of the economic-parasite classes. Not all MBAs are parasites, but some are. Increasingly, the top of the US (and Western) economic pyramid is occupied by parasites, rent seekers, and similar types.
      [2] I have seen the terror induced into everyone from the direct caregivers to the top hospital admins by clearly hostile yet savvy Blacks who are clever enough to use all the threatening keywords. Here are a few of them: discrimination, systemic racism, Tuskegee, feel unsafe, oppression, subconscious bias. What boils my bile is that some of these are true, but grifters using them to advance their own fraudulent agendas destroys credibility and makes everyone suspicious of ANY claim of discrimination or bias.

      • Now that I self-identify as a twenty-five-year-old black female, non-binary lesbian, I’ll use some of those trigger words the next time (in 5 days) that I see my physician. Do you think that I could, unqualified as I am, get a big job as a hospital administrator with my present qualifications, or do I need to hint that I may be pregnant too now that men have babies and women have testicular cancer?

        • I’m sure you have the ability and skill set to be a very good hospital admin. Seriously. Whether you could stand the political aspects of the job (at most major institutions) is a whole other question.

          As to terrorizing everyone, I’m thinking of an obvious (to me at any rate) scam, involving a set of broken dentures and claims of “unsafe environment due to ketchup packets on the cafeteria floor”, that kept everyone tiptoeing around this one guy for a week. It was a crazy thing.

      • When I get a burger and fries at the drive-thru I know what it costs before I go to the pay window and pick up my food. The medical pay system was designed to blur the real cost of treatment while removing the patient from the discussion/equation until the very end when six months later some asinine 82 Page invoice arrives that only an actuarial can understand.

        Who the hell dies that on purpose?

        Grifters and thieves, both private and government.

        The Hologram and Pelosi told America – straight-faced – that their 3.5T Communism boondoggle “would cost nothing”. The level of lying delusion has reached the Everest of absurdity.

        • The patient is not the only one confused. There are some services/procedures our Section provides, for which we charge X dollars (nominally) and are paid 0.2X by the major insurers. And we have NO IDEA whether the Section is covering costs or losing money on that procedure.

          This has to do with internal redistribution of revenue within the Department and cross-Departmental “Institutes” meant to circumvent intra-Departmental redistribution and keep money in the clutches of those who brought it in. But somehow the only thing one can be certain of is that certain individuals personally rake in cash while the Division might be losing money as a whole. And no, it’s not a meritocracy if merit is defined as who does the most/best patient care.

          Org is Department > Division > Section.

          • Our family doctor had his office astride his home, my parents knew him, he “delivered” 3 out of 4 of us, and cost [before big insurance] was reasonable and understood. I prefer a more “Doc Hollywood” approach to family medicine, but that era is long gone. Money is the driver now, and everyone wants a piece of your appendectomy dollars.

            One item not being discussed is this panic over “filled hospitals”…hospitals don’t make any money with empty beds (a simplistic characterization but makes the point.) everywhere I turn when going through Fort Collins there’s a new “medical” facility or office. Are there that many sick or injured that requires all that? Maybe it’s a scale thing (more people…), but seems overwrought to me.

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