Weekend Reading | December 23, 2016
Here are some of the most politically incorrect, incisive, interesting, or original links from around the web for the weekend of December 23, 2016.
After spending my entire year on the road, there was one question I was absolutely sick of by the end of it. “Why did you leave America? It’s supposed to be so wonderful and full of opportunity and the people are oh-so-friendly!” Inevitably, I’d mention something about how brutal the dating scene was in a place like Los Angeles. I’d hate on American girls a little bit, Eastern European women tended to simply eat that up (as long as you did it in a non-bitter way). Inevitably more questions would come about why the dating scene in America is so miserable.
How involved should a man get with politics? Should he become an activist who is eternally politically aware or should he forget about politics entirely? In this podcast, I explain both the benefits and costs of getting involved with politics and how my inclusion on a “hate list” in 2012 caused me to dedicate much of my life to the political, with little to show for it in the end. I describe the threat of social justice to a heterosexual man’s existence and what I believe is the ideal strategy for balancing a well-lived life with avoiding oppression. I also share my rules of engagement for when there is no other option but to fight back.
Matt Forney invited me on to discuss politics, the CIA, and the state of the world in this Foul Year of Our Lord, 2016. Listen in by heading over to RightOn magazine.
The left has shown they are a hate-filled, racist, bigoted, violent group, who have no interest in democracy, and will gladly institute a dictatorship if they can get their way and other people’s money. Naturally not all leftists are like this. Many of them are also complete tools, unaware of the evil that is festering and growing within their own party, naively thinking today’s democrats are the JFK party “of the little guy.” And, of course, we hope the 2016 election woke some of them up to the point they’d maybe clean house in the democrat party. But it wasn’t until I was talking to a buddy of mine did I see a clear delineation line, a trait that more or less identifies which leftists in the democrat party are simply well-intended, though ignorant bleeding hearts, and those that are tyrants, thugs, racists, and hate-mongers whose hearts are filled with envy, greed, and jealousy.
If you want to spot a forged painting, ask an art expert. And if you want to find out what is “fake news,” ask perhaps the top investigative reporter in journalism. Sharyl Attkisson spotted the fake news trend long before it became a recent catchphrase. And she doesn’t portray it, as do many in the mainstream media, as some right-wing conspiracy. In fact, Attkisson told WND she often sees the mainstream media as prime culprits when they push suspect stories. So, what is really behind the mainstream media’s war on fake news?
Based on this evidence, climate alarmism is the product of a very large, well-coordinated, and centrally controlled entity. That explains its ability to forcibly spread a perfectly synchronized message, despite its internal inconsistencies, disagreements with high school science, and frequent flip-flops in response to shifting international alliances and focus group research results.
We’re beyond trying to prove that chemtrails aren’t happening. It is no longer a ‘conspiracy.’ You needn’t look any further than the declassified document titled, “A Recommended National Program in Weather Modification: A Report to the Interdepartmental Committee for Atmospheric Sciences,” written by Homer E. Newell of the National Aeronautics Space Administration, otherwise known as NASA.
Facebook’s reasons for deleting posts seem to be an irrational morass of complexities frustrating its millions of users to no end, given the social media platform doesn’t explain itself — but internal documents disclosed in a new report finally reveal why posts are taken down.
The November 8 elections were a huge victory for freedom, and it had nothing to do with presidential candidates. Seven states voted to legalize the recreational or medicinal use of cannabis, bringing the total number of U.S. states with some form of legal weed to 36.
Book of the Week
So you think the theory of disastrous climate change has been proven? You believe that scientists are united in their efforts to force the nations of the world to reduce their carbon emissions? You imagine perhaps that scientists are far too professional to overstate their case?
Maybe we should all think again. In The Climate Caper, written with a light touch and presented in a nicely readable manner, Garth Paltridge shows that the case for action against climate change is not nearly so clear cut as is presented to politicians and the public. He leads us through the massive uncertainties that are inherently part of the “climate modeling process”; he examines the even greater uncertainties associated with economic forecasts of climatic doom; and he discusses in detail the conscious and subconscious forces operating to ensure that skepticism within the scientific community is kept from the public eye.
Paltridge concludes that governments are indeed becoming captive to a scientific and technological elite―an elite that achieves its ends by manipulating the public through fear of climate change, creating the world’s greatest example of a “religion” for the politically correct.
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