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The massive double standard of rap lyrics

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Everyone (or rather everyone who’s an SJW) is hating on some white baseball player who tweeted quotes from rap lyrics years ago when he was some prole kid in high school.

But there’s absolutely no hate at all for the actual rap musicians propagating their disgusting songs in the first place.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

July 19, 2018 at EDT am

Posted in Music videos, News

A nation needs virtuous elites

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We have the opposite, elites who are trying to destroy our nation with open borders, out-of-control SJWism, pandering to prole tastes and prole moral degeneracy, etc.

We cannot fix our problems with a prole autocracy. Somehow we must reform our elites, so that institutions like Harvard and the New York times become pro-American instead of anti-American. If this doesn’t happen, then we are doomed.

I wish this could be a longer essay, but I had to get this thought out.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

July 18, 2018 at EDT pm

Posted in Uncategorized

Only Trump

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This post is repetition, but it needs to be repeated.

I wish that we could have had a president with the demeanor of Mitt Romney, but who, like Trump, put America first and wasn’t a cuck to the America-hating fakestream media.

But Mitt Romney wasn’t running in 2016. Jeb Bush was running, and Jeb Bush would have been a total cuck to the fakestream media and the deep-state establishment. And Jeb Bush would never have become president because he never would have won over the votes of prole whites in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin.

Trump tried to improve relations with Russia, for the benefit of world peace, in the face of the fakestream media going all-out to sabotage his foreign policy. He did what every other American president has done, meet with his Russian counterpart, but where Obama got praise and a Nobel Peace Prize, Trump gets only hatred from the fakestream media.

If there is a Trump doctrine, it is that we have to accept foreign countries the way they are, and not turn them into copies of Western democracies. Russia has never had a democratic government like the United States, but the Trump doctrine is that we can still be friends instead of trying to sabotage their government for not being exactly like America or Germany. And realistically, the Chinese are much worse than Russia when it comes to freedom, and a much bigger threat to the world with a much larger population and a much larger economy.

Sure, an America-first Mitt Romney (who doesn’t exist) would have done a much better press conference.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

July 18, 2018 at EDT am

Posted in International, Politics

What Putin said

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This is what Putin said at the press conference:

We can actually permit official representatives of the United States, including the members of this very commission headed by Mr. Mueller, we can lead them into the country and they will be present for this questioning.

But in this case, there’s another condition. This kind of effort should be a mutual one. Then we would expect that the Americans would reciprocate and that they would question officials including the officers of law enforcement and intelligence services of the United States, whom we believe have something to do with illegal actions on the territory of Russia. And we have to request the presence of our law enforcement.

For instance, we can bring up Mr. Browder in this particular case. Business associates of Mr. Browder have earned over one and a half billion dollars in Russia. They never paid any taxes, neither in Russian army in the United States and yet the money escaped the country, they were transferred to the United States.

They sent huge amount of money – 400 million – as a contribution to the campaign of Hillary Clinton.

Well, that’s their personal case, it might have been legal, the contribution itself, but the way the money was earned was illegal.

So we have a solid reason to believe that some intelligence officers accompanied and guided these transactions. So we have an interest of questioning them. That can be a first step and we can also extend it. Options abound.

And they all can be found in an appropriate legal framework.

So there are two things of note here

1. Putin will allow Mueller’s people to interrogate Russians in Russia if the U.S. returns the favor by allowing Russia to interrogate U.S. intelligence officers who Putin believes committed crimes against Russia.

2. Putin claims that U.S. intelligence officers helped a Mr. Browder to transfer $400 million of illegally earned [according to Russian courts] money to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

These statements by Putin have been totally ignored by the fakestream media.

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Bill Browder is a hedge fund manager who used to invest in Russia, originally American but who renounced his American citizenship to become British to avoid paying U.S. taxes, who has had a public feud with Putin about various stuff. Browder was convicted for tax evasion, in absentia, to 9 years in prison. Magnitsky, for whom the Magnitsky sanctions act was named after, was Browder’s attorney.

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Additional comments

1. Of course there are U.S. intelligence officers guilty of crimes against Russia. They spy on us, we spy on them, everyone knows that. Normally what to do about spying by foriegn countries is a diplomatic issue for the president to decide on, and not the province of a rogue prosecutor at the DoJ. For example, Obama decided to ignore a massive amount of cyberespionage by China, and he didn’t have to deal with his own DoJ undermining his policy of appeasement. Loretta Lynch would have fired anyone doing that.

2. All those rumors about dirt that the Russians had on Hillary Clinton, is this the dirt? If it’s for real, would the fakestream media even report on it?

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

July 17, 2018 at EDT pm

Posted in International, News

How do orthodox Jews protect themselves from vampires?

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Everyone knows that crosses repel vampires. But it would violate the religion of orthodox Jews to make use of the symbol of another religion. Can they use a Star of David instead of a cross?

There are at least two possible answers to this question:

(1) Yes, the cross or a Star of David is just a symbol of one’s faith in God, and it’s that faith which repels the vampire and not the specific dimensions of the physical symbol of that faith.

(2) No, because the cross specifically represents Jesus’ selfless act of sacrificing his own life for the sins of humanity, which is the opposite of vampires who take the lives of humans to feed themselves, and it’s that opposition which repels the vampire. A Star of David would have no effect.

What do you think?

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

July 17, 2018 at EDT pm

Posted in Nerdy stuff

Fake news in the New York Times

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I read the transcript of the press conference, Trump never said he trusts Putin. He did say that Putin denied the allegations (Duh! What did the media expect Putin to say?), but Trump never said anything like “I trust that Putin is telling the truth about that.” In fact, Trump specifically said that “Every U.S. intelligence agency has concluded that Russia did” interfere with the election in 2016.

The New York Times is earning the designation of fakestream media more and more with every passing day.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

July 17, 2018 at EDT pm

Posted in News

Trumpdate 2

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Investor’s Business Daily editorial:

After decades of weakness, appeasement and shrieks of “McCarthyism” every time anyone in the GOP or a conservative criticized Democratic support for Soviet Russia or communism, the Democrats now have some nerve accusing Trump of treason.

A reminder to the treasonnauts: In talking to Putin, Trump was talking to someone who has an extensive nuclear arsenal, a large army, huge natural resources, extensive geographical influence, and a seat on the U.N. Security Council, with veto power. To not talk to him at all would be foolish and dangerous. Calling it treason is idiocy.

It’s one thing to say Trump shouldn’t meet with Putin because of a lack of substance, as we did above. Or it’s bad timing. Fair criticism by a loyal opposition is always good.

But it’s quite another to argue Trump’s committed a heinous crime just for talking to another world leader. This crosses a line. It not only poisons America’s political well, but it further divides the electorate and increases the likelihood of violence in coming elections — something far-left Democrats seem to relish as a way to gain power in the next election.

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Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

July 17, 2018 at EDT am

Posted in International, Politics

Only the rich can afford to have a job

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An article in The Atlantic has the completely non-ironic headline Not Everyone Can Afford a Job They Love.

This demonstrates the continuing trend of people in the media believing that jobs are something you can afford if you are rich, and not the way my grandparents looked at jobs, as a means of getting a paycheck and something you wouldn’t do if you didn’t need a paycheck.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

July 17, 2018 at EDT am

Posted in Labor Markets


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After Trump’s success meeting Kim Jong-un, the Deep State and the fakestream media conspired to make sure that Trump would not get any good publicity out of meeting with Putin. So Mueller releases a bogus indictment against Russian spies right before the summit (bogus regardless of whether the Russians really did steal a few non-classified non-government emails), and the fakestream media stuck to the narrative that by talking to Putin, Trump automatically loses, and after the summit stuck to the narrative that Trump got “played.”

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

July 17, 2018 at EDT am

Posted in Politics

Father of 43 children found beaten to death

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43 children! Obviously his genes are what’s currently being selected for.

I would guess that he was beaten by the boyfriend/husband a woman he had sex with.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

July 16, 2018 at EDT pm

Posted in Biology

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