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Tuesday, October 4, 2022

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Space Force Promotes ‘White Rage’

“Only whites can be racist."

“Over 200 years ago, Britain’s King George III was forced to accept a Declaration of Independence from former white subjects residing as immigrants in what was to become the United States of America,” reads a paragraph from a book on the Space Force’s reading list.

“Race Talk and the Conspiracy of Silence” by Derald Wing Sue condemns the “hypocrisy” of the Founding Fathers and claims that the United States “was formed from the fabric of racial oppression, domination and discrimination.”

It’s hard to imagine the Space Force doing anything less patriotic short of defecting to China.

The newly formed and wokest branch of the military put “Race Talk” and “White Rage” on its Diversity and Inclusion resource list alongside “How to Deconstruct Racism, One Headline at a Time” which claims that white people are racists who randomly call the cops on black people and National Geographic’s “Gender Revolution” which promotes transgenderism for kids.

“Race Talk” claims white people maintain the conspiracy and make minorities feel “silenced, invalidated and punished”. And that “being calm and rational” is actually a white strategy that suppresses “race talk” and insists that the idea that “only whites can be racist” is “echoing the sentiments of many who have studied the manifestation, dynamics and impact of racism”.

That’s the point of view that the Space Force has decided to promote to its personnel. But it’s not even the worst book on its hate list. That honor goes to “White Rage”.

After black nationalist race riots in Ferguson prompted by a violent assault by Michael Brown on a minority convenience store manager and then a police officer devastated the city, looting and burning small businesses, many of them minority owned, Carol Anderson blamed “white rage”.

According to Anderson, an associate prof of black studies at Emory University, the black nationalist violence actually represented “white rage”.

“Only then does Ferguson make sense. It’s about white rage,” Anderson concluded a Washington Post op-ed that made no sense.

The black nationalist screed about white people made so little sense that Bloomsbury Books, a British publisher, published it as a book, “White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide”. Despite being unspoken, it’s the only lie that can be spoken. The notion that white people are evil is the dominant form of systemic racism that has been institutionalized in government, at corporate workplaces through DEI and forcibly taught from kindergarten on.

“White Rage” was championed by the media, became a bestseller and won a National Book Critics Circle Award. It’s now also being promoted by the Space Force.

Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, had infamously defended critical race theory indoctrination at West Point through courses such as “Understanding Whiteness and White Rage” by arguing, “I want to understand white rage.”

The Space Force appears to be on board, looking not to the stars, but to gutter racism.

While most of the Space Force’s diversity list is bad, “White Rage” is a uniquely racist and dumb collection of conspiracy theories. In Anderson’s inverted world, white rage is embodied by decoding everything bad that happens as a covert plot by white people against...

NIH Gives Peter Daszak’s Eco Health $653,392 to Study Bat Coronaviruses in Myanmar, Laos, and Vietnam

The United States government just awarded a new grant to British zoologist Dr. Peter Daszak, the scandal-plagued director of the EcoHealth Alliance, to study bat coronaviruses in Myanmar, Laos, and Vietnam,” including “viral sequences and isolates for use in vaccine development.”

EcoHealth Alliance has reportedly received $60 million in federal dollars over the past decade, and some of the funding made its way to the infamous Wuhan Institute of Virology in China.

The New York-based research organization funneled hundreds of thousands of American tax dollars to the Wuhan Lab to conduct dangerous gain-of-function research ahead of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Now, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is giving EcoHealth $653,392 for a project, titled: “Analyzing the potential for future bat coronavirus emergence in Myanmar, Laos, and Vietnam.” The research started on September 21, 2022, and is projected to end on August 31, 2027.

Daszak worked closely with Wuhan lab “bat lady” Shi Zhengli for years, sending the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)-controlled Wuhan lab U.S. government funding.

Within weeks of the first confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Washington state in January of 2020, NIAID Director Dr. Anthony Fauci was aware that the deadly virus may have leaked from the Wuhan lab, according to emails released in June of 2021. In January and February of 2020, Fauci was hearing from colleagues that the emerging coronavirus global pandemic looked potentially engineered.

Before the outbreak, the Wuhan Institute of Virology had been conducting risky gain-of-function experiments on bat coronaviruses with funding from Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). Fauci had for years been an enthusiastic advocate of gain-of-function research, which involves “juicing up” viruses to make them more infectious and deadly in humans. In 2012, Fauci wrote in a paper for the American Society for Microbiology that gain-of-function experiments were “important work,” well worth the risks.

As COVID-19 began to dominate the news cycle in early 2020, Fauci was faced with the possibility that the risky research he had advocated for, had lead to a deadly global pandemic, and he immediately set about suppressing any scientific analyses that pointed in that direction. Fauci had a conference call and exchanged emails with a number of doctors and virologists who were entertaining the lab leak theory, and soon after, they changed their mind about...

Visage à trois #509

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The Seth Rich Case: The FBI’s Other Laptop Scandal

This is the tale of two laptops, one tale definitely damaging to the Democrats, one potentially so. What they have in common is that the FBI did its damnedest to bury both.

For all the hubbub about the Hunter Biden laptop, there has been little talk about the laptop owned by DNC data analyst Seth Rich. In the way of brief summary, the 27-year-old Rich was beaten and then shot by unknown assailants on a Washington, D.C. street in the early morning hours of July 10, 2016. His attackers appear to have taken nothing—not his wallet, not his phone, not his watch.

Rich’s laptop was in his apartment not far from the scene of his murder. For six years, its fate has remained a mystery. In less than two weeks, however, thanks to a recent federal court decision, the FBI will be compelled to share its secrets, presuming there are any secrets and presuming too those secrets have not been scrubbed.

The FBI’s handling of the Hunter Biden laptop is well enough known. The FBI took the laptop into possession in October 2019. If the New York Post had not revealed its existence and some of its highly incriminating contents in October 2020, the public might not be aware of it even today.

FBI whistleblowers and Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley have pushed the Biden laptop back into the news. In a July 25 letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray, Grassley noted that the FBI allegedly “developed information in 2020 about Hunter Biden’s criminal financial and related activity,” but FBI Headquarters “improperly discredit[ed] negative Hunter Biden information as disinformation and caused investigative activity to cease.” The agent who blocked the Biden investigation from proceeding, Tim Thibault, resigned under a cloud a month ago.

The FBI’s M.O. on the Seth Rich laptop appears scarily similar. Its contents, like those of the Biden laptop, could have major geopolitical implications. Two weeks after Rich’s death, international man of mystery Julian Assange raised the interest level in his murder by strongly suggesting on Dutch TV that Rich was his source for the DNC emails then stirring up the hornets’ nest known as the Democratic Party. Assange subsequently offered a $20,000 reward to find Rich’s killer.

Three days before the November 2016 election, Assange reportedly told liberal media analyst Ellen Ratner that Rich was, in fact, his source for the DNC emails. Soon after Trump's inauguration legendary investigative journalist Sy Hersh cited an FBI report confirming Assange's claim. Later that year, DNC head Donna Brazile dedicated her book, Hacks, to Rich and questioned whether the Russians had "played some part in his unsolved murder."

A half-century or so ago, journalists would have been all over a story so rich in political intrigue. Not in 2016. Despite the stakes—or perhaps because of them—no major publication or network except for Fox News has even attempted to solve the still...

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The 90 Miles Mystery Video: Nyctophilia Edition #1161

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The 90 Miles Mystery Box: Episode #1861

You have come across a mystery box. But what is inside? 
It could be literally anything from the serene to the horrific, 
from the beautiful to the repugnant, 
from the mysterious to the familiar.

If you decide to open it, you could be disappointed, 
you could be inspired, you could be appalled. 

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