Iran vows Death to Israel (again)

“We will respond to the assassination of Martyr Fakhrizadeh in a proper time,” Iran President Hassan Rouhani said. “The Iranian nation is smarter than falling into the trap of the Zionists. They are thinking to create chaos.”

The Islamic Republic’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei called Fakhrizadeh “the country’s prominent and distinguished nuclear and defensive scientist.” Khamenei said Iran will make “definitive punishment of the perpetrators and those who ordered it” its top priority.

Word is that they’re hoping to work with Camela once Creepy Joe bites the turf.

 

Drilling Down

WSF refers to this list of oil reserves by country. If you want to know who wants to seize what, it’s always nice to have a road map to wealth. War or war by other means. The global elites were not pleased with US oil independence and for that reason, I expect that we’ll end up dependent on the Middle East, again. Clearly it will justify another war.

 

 

Chinese Take-Out (in the plague era)

 

The Wisdom of Confucius

or just something from a fortune cookie?

 

Oh, not YOUR house Anymore?

Can you defend yourself? No? The police are reluctant to intervene, threat of defunding and all that. Maybe I’ll go to Washington and pick up a mansion or two.  …more here

A man broke into a $6 million mansion in Maryland. When police showed up, he claimed he was a Moorish National and produced paperwork he said proved his ownership. There you have it. Moorish. Not to give him your house would be racist. You’re not armed? Ah, ok, see if he’ll let you take your toothbrush.

 

Star Trek – Picard

I didn’t pay for it, but my daughter recommended that I watch it (CBS-Pay Chanel). I didn’t want to like it, but the script, the acting, and the production quality was very good. If you are in need of more Data and enjoyed Star Trek, the Next Generation, I think that you’ll enjoy the 10 part series.

Set at the end of the 24th century, 18 years after the events of `Star Trek: Nemesis’, with Sir Patrick Stewart reprising his iconic role, `Star Trek: Picard’ revolves around retired admiral Jean-Luc Picard; he is still deeply affected by the loss of Lieutenant Commander Data, portrayed by Brent Spiner, and the destruction of Romulus, and steps into the next chapter of his life.

22 COMMENTS

  1. Stay the course the horizon is never caught.
    Said the guy as he led us over the cliff or into enemy fire.
    I’ll take “Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it.”

    As for dining outside, government picking winners and losers. In Depot Town this summer, the public street was blocked for dining. Great for those restaurants, but no help to the other tax-paying establishments that were on busy thoroughfares that could not be closed.

    • I wonder how long America will stand for this plague-related demigodery? Frankly, if I’d been a restaurant owner somewhere with all this going on, I’d have taken scalps by now. Literally. Of course, I’m spared that because I can retreat, to where none of the un-Constitutional behavior is going on.

      IT IS ALL BULL-F*ing-SHIT. And the American people have a tolerance for this sort of thing without removing the stone(s) from their shoe. Which is a good thing, I guess, because you can’t have people going Mohawk on the city fathers.

      However, mark my words, there will come a tipping point when the matter will backfire and the rules of engagement will change.

      • Ready for some “Mohawk-ing” (great word)…patience is gone (and not praying for more regarding this charade baloney.)

        • Weld County, CO (Populations around 300,000) Commissioners won’t enforce Emperor Polis’ Chinese flu dictates so he has state employees visiting the businesses threatening to take away their licenses. Next county to the West has one city (Loveland) in rebellion with many restaurants refusing to obey.

          If I were one of the state employees sent to enforce his odious dictates, I would be very careful on how I drove and parked!

          Emperor Polis, in office less than two years, has issued 260+ Executive orders. F**%ing Boulder (P)regressive!

          • It’s that untenable position we finds ourselves, the “how-to” for undoing their power grab is not easy because they operate on the fringe of lawlessness…always in the gray area. Like the divorcee dad who is told by a judge – with nothing to corroborate the “why” – to vacate his home or else be in contempt and face jail. Fight it with fact and logic and you fall into the looking bad trap, go along with it and you acquiesce to slave treatment.

            Polis’ is as expected, a evil minion…and his supporters from The Peoples Republic of Boulder like it.

          • And it seems none of those state employees has lost their jobs during the Lockdown, might even have hired more to “help” the Peon sub-class people tow the line. At some point “revenues” will dry up and reality will bite.

          • Something off Facebook.
            Weld County Sheriff’s Office
            2m ·
            There’s been a lot of noise in the news and on social media about a lack of enforcement here in Weld County of the governor’s executive order mandating face masks. We have said throughout this pandemic that as a law enforcement agency we don’t have the authority to enforce a public health order.
            But let’s say for a moment we are the enforcement authority. What does “enforcement” look like to you? When you say enforce the mask mandate, what do you mean? How do you think our deputies should respond when they encounter someone out in public who isn’t wearing a face mask?
            We’re interested in your thoughts and invite you to send us your comments.

      • RE: “you can’t have people going Mohawk on city fathers”

        Why the hell not, if the a$$-wholes deserve it? Although I’m reasonably certain the city fathers agree with you…..

  2. No tears shed for one less terrorist bomb-maker in the world…it was the moral thing to do.

    Yet with all that oil in reserve Venezuela has run aground, buried the bow into the deep sand, a wealthy country steeped in forced poverty. But AOC + 3 and their lunatic supporters know their version of Socialism will work (but the Trump economy – bad). Broken-Foot Joe is “packing” his “administration” with every nut-job out there. Need to send these goofballs packing.

    During my town foray (“into the abyss”) I noticed a sad hodgepodge of tents on the sidewalks and covering parking spots in the street – with patio heaters no less. Realized they were for inside-outside dining. Really? Restaurant owners paying rent for actual buildings and inside dining areas they are not “allowed” to use?? It is beyond stupid and the Health Director should be horsewhipped for being an idiot.

      • How we “get rid of them” is not easy, but point taken. Showcases the importance of “party trumps person” in every election. E.mails to our county health Director showing “masks do nothing” studies/reports from the New England Journal of Medicine (THE premier medical journal) have gone unanswered…a coup requires bought adherents who purposely ignore any opposition. The county Facebook page is rife with people screaming at these people (then there are the few Kool-Aid drinkers who want more lockdown!)

        • In the modern context, “disinformation” means, information that the Ministry of Truth/Mainstream Media wishes that the public didn’t have.

      • …and the Chinesium potentates as well. The Yen on election night when Trump was winning, tanked. Graph the next day after ballot stuffing when Biden was “winning”, jumped up steeply. Bought and paid for over the years…the China insurance policy.

        • The Chinese bribes appear to have paid off. What a bargain. The country for $1.5 billion in the pockets of the Biden Crime Family.

  3. Regarding “Picard,” well, was interested until the stupid actor went on a scree about how it’s an anti-Trump stance (the Romulans being illegal immigrants, of course) and on and on and on.

    Shut up, Sir Dancing Monkey! And FU. Want me to stop watching anything you produce, star in, touch, look at, eat, drink, drive, ride in on over under? Keep opening your fat trap.

    And, yes, I have some trouble watching Mel Gibson stuff because he’s an over-opinionated a-hole, too.

    Dance, monkey, Dance. Recite, monkey, Recite. Sing, monkey, Sing.

    Otherwise shut up.

    I like Tom Selleck as an actor, but don’t listen to him for political opinions.

    For those who say, “But Beans, they’re just actors, they’re allowed to have their opinions.” My answer is… “Jane Fonda.”

    Want to entertain me? Fine. Do entertainment. Want to lecture me? You can FOAD.

    This list includes Bette Midler, whom I used to like her singing. Babs Streisand, whom I used to like her singing and some acting. (Sir) Patrick Stewart. Willie Nelson (you tax-cheating bum.) Wesley Snipes (another tax-cheating bum.)

    Who do I still respect? The pole-smoking Neal Patrick (Dougie Howser) Harris. He doesn’t shove his personal life or beliefs at me. I respect that. I respect all actors or singer or entertainers who are honest about what and who they are, and just basically entertain me.

    Like… Dolly Parton. Though she sure stepped in the cow poop by saying she supported the BLM (not the Bureau of Land Management, those BLMers, you know, the other assholes, Black Socialist Criminal Lives Matter) she is still pretty much the Queen of Music in my eyes as she uses her considerable wealth to, instead of buying fighting dogs or drugs or booze, help the people she came from.

    And I’m ranting…

    Shut up, Picard. The Romulans did it to themselves, serves them right. Screw them all. The Universe is a better place without them.

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