Archive for August, 2022

Voter remorse over Hunter’s laptop and the latest Honduran presidential election

August 30, 2022

The censorship of the New York Post story about Hunter’s laptop is support for my opinion that elections should be held on just one day, not all the weeks they’re piling on about early voting.

The story broke after a great many people had already cast their vote. And many of those that did get the story despite the suppression and FBI pressure on social media too, as Zuckerberg admitted, now regret the vote they cast. That”s surely evident from the polls, even as much as I distrust most polling.

It’s like the buzz out of my wife’s natal country of Honduras. A significant percentage of Hondurans regret voting for the so-called “Libre” Party of the 2009 strongman wannabe Manuel Zelaya. My wife is good friends with the mother of her “godson”. She voted for them and now spits out a contempt for them.

Almost the first day after inauguration, the gangs hit the streets again. Soon after they began releasing gang members from the very secure prisons Juan Orlando Hernandez had made across the country. They didn’t wait long to go to the Central Bank and cart off hundreds of millions of dollars, not lempiras. That was one of the Zelaya scandals in 2009, in fact. Hunter’s


The Conversation About Abortion You Never Hear? Overturn Roe to decree Roe 2.0?

August 28, 2022

My email in reply to a post at

[Note that the owners of the web site do not agree with all the
opinions posted there.]

Dear Mr. White,

I like, and agree with, most of the things you post, so the one titled “The Conversation About Abortion You Never Hear” was a shock to me.

I realize that there are many self-identifying libertarians like yourself defend abortion at any stage of pregnancy as a “right” of the mother. Even so, I have to scratch my head when I see anyone otherwise rational in his conversation defend the practice of abortion (in its contemporary definition as being an intentional procedure to expel a fetus, aka “unborn child”, aka “baby in the womb”, resulting in the death of a living “fetus”.

This was the paragraph where I saw something that in my opinion defies logic:

The repeal of Roe vs. Wade should have meant that the decision to have an abortion was left up to each individual woman, not a coercive State government.

Do you not understand? Or remember? That is exactly, precisely, absolutely what the Roe v Wade decision of 22 January 1973 was? It was a coercive decision banning any restriction on what I call prenatal infanticide. Your position is exactly what the Roe v Wade decision decreed as law of the land.

I also find it interesting that the same people who defend the human rights, or even the rights of the non-aggression principle*, and even apply them to post-partum babies, would be fooled by the artificial “geographic” location of the baby (inside or outside a womb, one minute before vs. one minute after) into thinking the obvious imputed opinion doesn’t matter of the other party involved in an abortion that has more at stake than the mother herself.

By the way, I emphasize that the pro-life position is emphatically endorsed by MANY atheists and agnostics. You can search “pro-life atheists” and “godless pro-lifers”. The Christian pro-life position has accusers who claim it is a “religious” position. True, opposition to aggressive murder is a Christian principle, but many atheists are also against killing innocent human beings, including pro-life atheists.

That’s another example, in my opinion, of how Biblical beliefs clarify many other truths, and lies, not considered religious.

*I prefer L. Neil’s term, zero-aggression principle

Abortion: What does the baby think?

August 28, 2022

And yet, every single intentional abortion anywhere kills a new human life, a death sentence for arguably the demographic sector is innocent beyond dispute.

I used to say, I am in favor of the death penalty for every single fetus that is adjudicated guilty of mass murder by a jury of his peers. Kill the rapist, not the innocent victim that has to depend on the other innocent victim of a rape, for example

Totally ironic that this discussion is started by a premise of one of the most unscientific ideas ever. That being, the idea that a human being can be killed so dismissively as if he or she were not a human being.

The protection of the practice of infant sacrifice “legalized” by Roe v Wade gave birth (pun deliberate) to more anti-scientific craziness, such as the claim that the baby in the womb is actually part of the mother’s body. Do the DNA samples that everybody knows would establish kinship of the two but not origination from the “same body”. Possible exception in that test with identical twins, which I am sure can be distinguished scientifically too. In any case it’s an exception that proves the point.

Earth: Goldilocks zone and Goldilocks condition

August 21, 2022

Earth is the way God made it, for its inhabitants, especially the most intelligent ones. If ice was not lighter in weight per square centimeter than liquid water, the Arctic would freeze from the bottom up and all the fist in the northernmost latitudes would get frozen in the ice.

Earth’s conditions are optimal for life, for intelligent life, and for us. The transparent atmosphere give us visibility to the universe, an advantage over Venusians and Jupiterians and Saturnians. We can even know the planets and stars are there, and the sun.

The atmosphere is Goldilocks-level just right. Earth is in the Goldilocks zone, at just the right distance from the sun so we get the planet covered in water. Carbon has perfect properties for organic compounds and is abundant enough for plenty of life on Earth.

The gravity constant is perfectly set optimally for maintaining balance between cohesion of objects (like planets, stars, galaxies) to keep them from falling apart, but not so much as to make them all fall together into a sort of plasma state.

The outer planets are really big and protect the Earth from the most catastrophic-sized asteroids, like the one that hit Jupiter in the year 1994.

Matthew 4 and all the kingdoms

August 18, 2022

Paul wrote to the brethren, that we know this: “We are of God and the whole world lieth in wickedness.”

They have subsumed all the most “authoritative” institutions under their control.

Fake science, fake public stealth (not health), fake medicines instead of health support, indoctrination instead of education, companies “rent seeking” instead of competing, corporate lobbyists paying for more regulation to keep down competition instead of innovating, warmongering instead of producing useful products, media churning out Operation Mockingbird effluent instead of news and information, censoring instead of encouraging the marketplace of ideas, threatening the citizens instead of protecting them, protecting rioters, arsonists, killers and thieves instead of the decent folks whose confiscated wealth fund them. And don’t forget, do remember: they are now injecting many of our neighbors and kin and friends with a toxic brew and calling it protection instead of calling it genocide.

Be not deceived, God is not mocked, for whatsoever a man shall sow, that shall he also reap.

Jesus has to come soon. The Word predicted this acceleration of evil in the end times. And the Beast causing “craft” to prosper, and it doesn’t mean “arts & crafts”, but the evil craft of spells and chants.

Don’t take the Mark under your skin, instead take Jesus Christ into your heart.

Who is useless?

August 15, 2022

The WEF’s mind-benders say that most of the world’s population are “useless”, borrowing from Hitler, who also wanted to get rid of “useless eaters”.

Yuval Noah Hariri, Israeli “intellectual” and close adviser to Klaus Schwab, the WEF’s eternal CEO.

Meantime, what any of these three megalomaniacs or their sycophants actually contribute to the body politic? Are they totally abandoning the monstrous Marxist rhetoric about the poor, or the neo-Marxist meme proposed by self-described socialist George Bernard Shaw that in an ideal society people would be forced to accept the state benevolence even if they didn’t want it?

As a matter of fact, these people who take over by force and rule by the force of the barrel of a gun are the ones who are useless, because they don’t want to bother convincing their victims to give to them from their own earned gains voluntarily.

Klause Schwab, Yuval Noah Hariri, the entire political class, they are the useless eaters, who only eat by forcing it out of the rest of us.

The War of Words

August 15, 2022

Okay, remember they’re also waging a semantics war. They’re doing their best to enforce their own Newspeak dictionary. There are two approaches to fight this.

One is to keep on using English with the “traditional” definitions, meaning the ones in use in most literature up to the World War Two generation, even from before that and some new words from after that are “nuance-neutral”, such as Internet. When they say this new jab is a “vaccine”, throw back at them the meaning vaccine had for now nearing two centuries. Refuse to agree that it is a “vaccine”, every time they abuse the language. Or when they say “marriage”. Even in Sodom and Gomorrhah, and certainly even in ancient Greece they didn’t abuse the word that way.

Another is for the problem of prohibited words. There, linguistic under-the-radar blowback can take the form of surrogate words or terms that come of the tongue with grace, with elegance. Parasite class for rulers, truth ministry for the free speech monitors. Mockingbird Media is a good one for the worst misinformation, disinformation malinformation, and fake news propagators, the Lame News Media.

The totalitarians panic when the truth gets out. So slap the fear label on them. They are the ones who are deathly afraid that their motivations, plans, or their networks will be exposed. Satan works in darkness. Freedom dies in darkness indeed.

Another way is to use their own Doublespeak against them. Remember when Obama used the term “fake news” publicly? Maybe he wasn’t the first one to use it among the “high” class persons. But the dissenters quickly picked up on the phrase and used it to list out all the multitude of outright lies and deceits committed by the overlords. Let’s call them the kakistocracy.

Take the label “Inflation Reduction Act”, and instead call it what it is, the “Inflation Acceleration Act”. When they say the “rule of law” they don’t mean the rule of law, it’s the “rule of the lawless”, which is what they are.

What they call science, is not, according to the perennial meaning of “science”. Call it “fake science” or “unscience”. Whatever sticks. What they call medicine? Call it medical dictates.


August 12, 2022

Not the first. Fleischmann & Pons got the first LENR, so dubbed because what else but a low-energy nuclear reaction. Eugene Mallove created a foundation for supporting research into the technology, after blowing the whistle on MIT after the MIT guy lied-boldfaced to the public denying they got promising results. Mallove exposed that they did. Mallove also started a magazine to publish records of experiments. Many people believe that his murder had something to do with that.

Arthur C. Clarke endorsed his efforts to get Congress and the president (Bill Clinton) interested in financing research into it, including an open letter to all of the Congressmen at the time.

Nicola Tesla said there’s all kinds of energy all around you. Arthur C Clarke wrote about “vacuum energy” in some of his science fiction novels.

Supremacy clause

August 10, 2022

Kari Lake said it.

They keep saying that Article VI of the US Constitution is a “supremacy clause” puts the federal government above all states, localities, judges, legislators and governors. Even the article at the Federalist web site got this wrong.

I have just read it again, and it does no such thing at all.

It points to the Constitution as the supreme law of the land, not the federal government, and certainly not the DOJ or FBI or the CIA.

That Constitution prohibits the federal government from doing anything not specifically assigned to it in that Constitution.

In other words, the “supremacy clause” makes the federal government subject to the body of the Constitution including the Bill of RIghts.

The Bill of Rights, by the way,in its wording, refers to those rights as pre-existing the Constitution and the federal government both. “The right of…shall not be infringed.”

That word infringed means diminished, reduced, or qualified by any government measure. “Constitutional carry” is just that: permits for carrying you-know-what are illegal, not the “you-know-what”s.

Reply to blind-faith atheist

August 9, 2022

The difference between the best-known ancient pagan gods (includes Roman, Greek, Babylonian, Assyrian, Philistines, Germanic, Hindu, Amerindian) and the God of the Bible is that those pagan gods were indeed created in the image of the humans that idolized them, feared them.

Whereas the Biblical God is a God of love. “God is love”, wrote the apostle John. Sure other religions have versions of this, it’s a universal natural law written in the hearts of all mankind.

But all mankind is also prone to disobey law, and they fall into temptations, just like Eve opened up the Pandora’s box and brought sin into the world, and Adam followed right along.

And yes, there were problems in early, and later Christianity, because man is a fallen creature. And some pagan practices were brought into “the church”. One of the problems early on were because the Christians moved from the middle of the arena into the stands.

“A fact-based faith is an oxymoron.” And that is an answer from a vacant brain. You have faith that the sun will rise on the horizon in the morning, even if black clouds hide it. You have so much faith you won’t go floating upward into the vacuum of space that you don’t even think about it. You have faith that storm clouds will dump rain that you carry an umbrella on a rainy day, even when it’s raining.

That’s fact-based faith. You don’t know the Bible enough to know that the whole thing is full of facts in evidence of God’s reality, it does not argue from “blind faith”. Even most Christians get this wrong.

I was much like the apostle Thomas, refusing to believe until he thrust his hand into Jesus’ wounds. I was atheist, but not empty-headed and college indoctrination hacking had fortunately failed to demolish all my logic circuits.

You talk about ‘invisible sky man”, but you yourself believe in it. You cannot see the wind but you admit to its effects. You cannot see radio waves but you admit they exist and you see the evidence in television and in reading this.

But you see the signs of the times and deny their existence. Protest all you want, but there were over 300 wannabe “messiahs” contemporary with Jesus. That’s because the rabbis knew that the book of Daniel pinpointed exactly when the Messiah would appear. They wanted to claim the title.

But only one persisted past his crucifixion. That’s because he was the only one who rose from the dead. More than 500 witnessed him on many different occasions after the Resurrection and went on to prove the truth of their testimony (they believed it) by laughing at the Romans and others who killed them for believing it.They feared not them that kill the body, but him that can throw body and sould in hell”.

There’s plenty of other things. The description in the Gospels of the crucifixion is very strong medical evidence that Jesus died there. Secular historians denied the Romans did crucifixions until archaeologists dug up the evidence. They denied the Assyrian Empire (“myth of the Bible”) until they dug up the city.

You mention Hitler. OF COURSE Hitler “referenced God often”. Governments, tyrants, antichrists, and socialists like Hitler and Stalin will not tolerate any of their claimed “subjects” having any loyalty above theirs.

Ezekiel 8 exposes those liars, the early church had its own unbelieving infiltrators as Paul himself denounced. And wpeaking of “white people” in the misnamed “Civil War”, those were abolitionist CHRISTIANS, very much involved in the Underground Railroad. William Wilberforce is another such example, as is John Newton, a former and repentant slave trader who wrote the most beloved hymn, Amazing Grace, and who raged against slavery all his life after becoming a born-again Christian.

And yes, abortion is indeed “killing babies”. A change of geographical location upon exiting the birth canal does not infuse a magic potion bequeathing life upon that soul. It’s the same baby. Sane expectant mothers not corrupted by evil people, always call it a baby. It’s unavoidable.

Pro-life people are simply against the murder of that innocent baby. And the principle behind the advocates of the mass slaughter holocaust in the world today of babies in the womb are finally now unmasked. There’s video of them gyrating their behinds in public in protest, they’re trying to argue its benefits. Big bad greedy corporations are all in, they hate paying out pregnancy and new motherhood benefits and losing that time at work.

And eugenecists like Bill Gates, son of the head of The Birth Control League (aka Planned Barrenhood) in Seattle for a time, and Margaret Sanger (founder of the Birth Control League, hero of the Ku Klux Klan and the Nazi eugenics minister), and Hitler (“useless eaters” hater), they all hate babies (except their own). Whence they’ve devised the “[biggest] electoral fraud of history”-Biden) and the biggest holocaust of history (post-jab die-offs, much more to come), to help accomplish their aims.

Embrace truth.