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If Roy Moore supposedly shouldn’t run, then Al Franken should step down

So we know what Al Franken did, because there’s a photograph.

But have we heard calls for him to step down?

Unless we do, and he does so, there’s no reason for Roy Moore to resign and not run.

Moralistic churchian cucks can go hang.

This is war; you fight with the army you got, and you don’t fire on your own.

(Unless, of course, you’re actually secretly on the side of the enemy.)

And then you win! 🙂

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Posted by on November 16, 2017 in America, government, The Kulturkampf

 

U.S. Army lifts ban on waivers for recruits with history of some mental health issues

WTF?

WASHINGTON – People with a history of “self-mutilation,” bipolar disorder, depression and drug and alcohol abuse can now seek waivers to join the Army under an unannounced policy enacted in August, according to documents obtained by USA TODAY.

The decision to open Army recruiting to those with mental health conditions comes as the service faces the challenging goal of recruiting 80,000 new soldiers through September 2018. To meet last year’s goal of 69,000, the Army accepted more recruits who fared poorly on aptitude tests, increased the number of waivers granted for marijuana use and offered hundreds of millions of dollars in bonuses.

Incredible. But ever since California lifted the felony charge on knowingly exposing others to HIV, I suppose nothing that happens in America should shock, any more…

 

Canada’s first trans mayor elected in village near Montreal known for its very Christian name and huge church

Incredible…

The small village of Très-Saint-Redempteur, Que., near the Ontario border, is known for its towering historical Catholic church — and now, for being home to Canada’s first openly transgender mayor.

The election of Julie Lemieux last Sunday flew under the radar as the surprising victory of Valérie Plante, Montreal’s first elected woman mayor, stole the headlines.

The irony of her religiously-rooted village having been the one to create the milestone was not lost on Lemieux.

“It’s quite funny,” she told CBC News over the phone Friday.

That church is now a community and cultural centre, she noted, and saving the old building by making it so was what got her into politics in the first place.

I guess the best man won… 😉

 

Trump protects the Deep State

Why else is he keeping some of the JFK files unreleased?

Trump is protecting the imperial interests of the very same people who would have him turfed from office, if they could manage it; those who are at war with his administration, since day one.

‘National security’ just means preserving imperial American hegemony. And how many ‘informants’ from 50+ years ago are still active, anyway? It’s all bullshit, and sinister.

Sad.

 
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Bilingual, Braille, gender neutral, handicapped washroom sign of the times

 

Wright on

One doesn’t need to be fully libertarian to nevertheless be largely in agreement with David T. Wright:

The true face of the State. Emma Goldman, the American anarcho-communist who lived around the turn of the last century, once remarked famously, “If voting changed anything, they’d make it illegal.” Recent events in Spain show that she was exactly right.

Many of the people of Catalonia, a province in Spain, do not want to be a part of that country. They want to be independent. So the provincial government decided to hold a referendum, to let the people vote on whether Catalonia should be independent or not.

That’s Democracy, right? The People vote, and their voice is heard?

Well, no. The central government of Spain declared that the vote could not be held. It was “unconstitutional” because they had not given permission for it. Think about that for a minute. A “democracy” that doesn’t allow people to vote!

The Spanish king explained why in almost perfect Orwellian terms:

“All this means is that they [the Catalan regime] have attempted to appropriate the historical institutions of Catalonia and these authorities in a clear and definitive way and they have put themselves outside the rule of law and democracy.”They have tried to break the unity of Spain and national sovereignty which is the right of all the Spanish people to decide democratically.”

So, Catalans can’t vote democratically to be independent unless the rest of Spain allows them. That’s Democracy.

When the Catalan regime went ahead and held the referendum on October 1, the Spanish authorities did what the State always does when faced with a threat to its power: it used force to try to shut it down. They bused in Guardia Civil thugs from other parts of Spain. The Guardia are Spain’s version of France’s Gendarmes and Italy’s Carabinieri: militarized cops.

Here is the real face behind the mask of the benevolent modern “democracy.”

More than 900 people were injured by the brutal riot cops, who fired rubber bullets at peaceful would-be voters, stomped them, and beat them with yard-long billy clubs.

The enthusiastic brutality of the Spanish police against law-abiding civilians contrasts starkly with the lackadaisical treatment by the French Gendarmes of the thousands of Third World invaders still infesting Calais. It’s almost as if both forces were concerned with something other than keeping peace and order.

 

U.K. Christian child forced into Muslim foster care