A Few Ways I Could Take This

16 11 2017

Atlanta

Paul Kersey, (who I understand also went on a voluntary blog hiatus while I was on my involuntary hiatus), on the latest nursing home outrage involving black employees.

A few points:

(1) A few years ago, I think it was out of Florida, there was another similar outrage.  It involved a black woman employee, a nursing home, a centenarian white woman nursing home patient, and a dildo.  You figure out the rest.

(2) This man fought to beat that big bad evil Hitler for the cause of equality in 1945, and equality wound up murdering him in 2014.

(3) These are the high costs of low wages.  The nursing home industry doesn’t pay well, which inevitably means that a lot of black women will be its employees, if they can easily access the facility by way of commuting.  Which in turn means that you’ll inevitably have younger black women, full of anti-white hatred and propaganda (public schools, rap music, and official society), who literally hold the lives of elderly white people (the very people they believe oppressed them) in their hands.  Hence, travesties like these.

(4) When my uncle and I were scouting out potential assisted living facilities for my mother in the early part of last year, from the outset, we deliberately eliminated from consideration any facility in the St. Louis area that was along or near public bus lines.  It will only take you a millisecond to figure out why.  As it turned out, the one she liked, we liked and she moved into in March of last year is well beyond the reach of the metro area’s public transportation system.

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My Somewhat Unique Take on California’s New HIV Laws (Introduction to the Howard Jones Doctrine)

14 11 2017

Sacramento, California

During my involuntary sojourn, one of the hot breaking WTAF stories (What The Actual Fuck, in this case, quite literally, because it involves sex) was that the state of California has officially demoted the concept of less than fully informed full consent sexual transmission of HIV from a felony to a mere misdemeanor. I might need correction here, but I heard that the same legislation also does the same for those who refuse to tell blood banks that they’re HIV+ before donating their blood.

The LGBTQ-BLT-BBQ-LOL alphabet gang has made this one of their top drawer political agenda items for the last five maybe ten years, and now that they’ve got gay “marriage” in the bag, this and World War T will probably be their big #1 and #1-A demands for awhile. They got their way in California, which means that it will roll downhill like a snowball, becoming an avalanche, in many other cities and states. If it was HRC instead of DJT stacking the Federal judiciary and SCOTUS right now, they’d try the Hail Mary in the Federal courts right about now.

Their official reasoning is that since HIV/AIDS treatment regimes are now so good that contracting HIV is now no longer a death sentence, that the legal paradigm that treated not telling your sex partners of your HIV+ status, or committing rape or sexual assault against someone else whilst HIV+, almost as a form of attempted murder, is passe and obsolete. Of course, while it’s been quite a few months since I’ve been coherent enough to write blog posts, before then, I don’t remember reading or seeing or hearing that the complete HIV treatment regimen, blood tests, specialist visits, prescriptions, counseling, and sundries, has suddenly become affordable for everyone. It might have in the several months of my involuntary sojourn, but I have my doubts. So the gay activists’ official reasoning rings rather hollow, until such a time.

You can wipe all that away, because I’m going to tell you the real reason why they want this so badly. When thinking about these things, it’s often incumbent upon you to turn your head sideways toward the official reasoning, and think subversively. Do enough subversive thinking, and you just might arrive at the real reason, the truth.

And what is the truth?

Exact quote from State Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) (*), who was a sponsor of the legislation, after Gov. Jerry Brown signed it into law:

“Today California took a major step toward treating HIV as a public health issue, instead of treating people living with HIV as criminals.”

For as long as I can remember and have been able to think about these things, which, considering the subject matter, has been since I found one of those “books” lying around in a back alley as a ten-year old (1987 on the calendar) and deflowered my own mind, only shortly before I got the official talk, (the book I found was totally clinical and dispassionate, but thorough, and covered everything, except strangely for the sexuality of lesbians, and I didn’t fill in those blanks until I got to college), and, from my subsequent reading and understanding of the history of the politics of HIV/AIDS and of the gay lobby and politically and socially organized male homosexual interests in the Western world that happened before my intellectual consummation, the long sought Holy Grail of gay male activism has been to decouple the concept of male anal sexual intercourse from the concept of an easy transmission vector for HIV/AIDS. Or, if you want vulgar street lingo, they don’t want you to think about lots of men buttfucking lots of men raw dog and promiscuously being an easy way to spread HIV/AIDS.

That effort has had four major prongs: First, infiltrating the institutions (media, academia, the advertising-sales-marketing-public relations continuum) and then using those positions to bully ordinary people and make thinking about the link between anal intercourse and easy HIV/AIDS transmission taboo. Second, infiltrating the medical profession, and then using those positions to censor honest medical science based discussion of how anal intercourse is an easy transmission vector. Third, a political pincher movement of infiltrating important political foundations on the inside (lobbying, think tanks, Congressional staffers, the permanent executive bureaucracy) and street and social agitation on the outside (ACT-UP, et al.), to bully the architects of health care and fiscal policy to divert as many resources as possible to R&D of HIV/AIDS treatments and cures, to hasten the day when worrying about contracting the virus is moot from a medical and health standpoint. Fourth, a combination of all these tactics, plus infiltrating certain sympathetic (i.e. moderate-to-liberal) religious institutions, in order to box out and marginalize and pathologize religious-based aversion to homosexuality, especially male homosexuality.

To wit, Mr. Wiener’s quote above. And also, to wit, the Antifa-style militancy of certain factions of the activist sphere of homosexual men in the late ’80s.

We’re instructed to think of HIV/AIDS as we think of an influenza pandemic, something that is close to impossible to stop or slow down in the person-to-person transmission using human intervention, and absolutely impossible to stop with the internal or external imposition of sexual mores. The end result is that we’re not supposed to think that the anal sex of homosexual men is morally wrong, that went out the window years ago, and now, we’re told not to think that it’s even medically problematic. For much the same reason, we’re being conditioned to think of black violent crime (“gun violence”) NOT as something that black people commit (**), but as a spreading viral or bacterial infection epidemic, which is the real reason why there’s this big push on to examine “gun violence” as a “public health crisis.” It’s the Howard Jones Doctrine at work, in both cases.

The stark improvements of the HIV/AIDS treatment regimen since the early 1990s has been a godsend for that agenda.

Howard Jones Doctrine:

 

(*) – He also sponsored the legislation, which also passed and Jerry Brown also signed, that throws you in the hoosegow if you engage in biologically accurate science, i.e. call a gender bending freak by their biological pronoun instead of their chosen one. Even though the circumstances behind that take some explanation. But that spawned the running joke that in California, you now get more time for using the wrong pronouns than spreading HIV.

(**) – The black undertow is really good at formulating exculpatory idiom.  For instance, in the ghetto, you don’t commit a crime, you “catch a case.”  Likewise, you don’t commit murder, you “catch a body.”





FBI’s 2016 Uniform Crime Report

14 11 2017

Detroit

It came out during my involuntary sojourn, and it showed that Detroit is the worst city for violent crime, with St. Louis being in second.

I wonder if anyone in Detroit started kvetching about “ZOMG WE CAN’T ANNEX LOL~!!!!!1” after the data were released.

Of course, they didn’t, because they can’t. Not only can Detroit annex, but in recent years, there was talk that Detroit would go the other way, that is, disincorporate some of its empty fringe parched out pretty much unoccupied territory.

Which means there will NOT be a Steve and Lyda Show in Detroit.

Speaking of the Steve and Lyda Show, while the “ZOMG WE CAN’T ANNEX LOL~!!!!!1” parrots around here were quieted during the crime stats release, second isn’t the same kind of PR headache as first, and they were also initially mum during the CDC’s release of per-county STD data, which happened at just about the same time as the FBI’s crime stats came out, they got a mulligan at the noisemaking, when, as I see Norm wrote about here, that the excessively high STD rate reported by the county that contains Gadsden, Alabama was indeed too good (bad?) to be true, and initially, St. Louis (i.e. the technical “county” of the independent city of St. Louis), was in second, but got bumped up to first when the obvious corrections were made. Which meant we got treated to another cacophony of “ZOMG WE CAN’T ANNEX LOL~!!!!!1.”

BONUS COMMENTARY PART 1

Then there’s this.

You know, I’m flummoxed.

They’re trying to hand out this high and mighty and frankly racist boo sheet that black people and black hair barbers either have something to do with high STD rates, and/or can help in the effort to make them lower.  I know this is wrong, because I have it on good authority, i.e. the five PR firms that ride herd for the Convention and Visitors Commission / Civic Progress / the local archons of civic pride, that the proximate causation for St. Louis’s high and in fact nation-topping STD rate is  that the city of St. Louis is not legally allowed to annex territory; same goes for the violent crime rate.

BONUS COMMENTARY PART 2

If St. Louis does not land Amazon HQ2, (and I see that one of you in the peanut gallery wrote here as a comment during my involuntary sojourn that you think that a city with a major airport that is a Delta hub will land it, because Sea-Tac in Seattle, where Amazon’s HQ1 is based, is also a Delta hub, which would make it much more affordable to fly suits between HQ1 and HQ2, a very good analysis), and the odds of St. Louis getting HQ2 are pretty long even under ideal or neutral circumstances, then the local archons of civic pride are going to presume, even without having any affirmative evidence, that Amazon passed on St. Louis because of the bad violent crime PR, at which time they’ll really hit the gas on city-county merger (“The Steve and Lyda Show”).

BONUS COMMENTARY PART 3

Detroit and its mostly black electorate must be so desperate that, during my sojourn, they wound up re-electing their incumbent white mayor over the son of Detroit’s first black mayor.





Revenge of the Swamp

18 07 2017

Washington, D.C.

I can’t believe I’m quoting Ben Shapiro, but:

All that happened here is that the insurance lobby, which is pretty friendly with the red team, went to work and made sure that the replacement legislation kept most of the ObamaDontCare elements that are insurance industry friendly.  This caused enough Senate Republican defections, and there only needed to be three, to kill the whole thing.





Pen and Phone (Why I’m #NRx)

17 07 2017

Normandy

Greitens whips it out.

 





Today’s Brain Buster

9 05 2017

USA

Insightful?

Not really.

American Indians don’t live long.  Well off white people who live at high altitudes do live long.  People who live in large prosperous cities are living longer.  People who live in economically destitute rural areas are living shorter.

The worst county for life expectancy also happens to be Raj Chetty’s worst county for raising children for the sake of future income mobility, that being Oglala Lakota County, South Dakota.

It’s like this “shocking” news we got last week, which of course leaves out the most crucial detail.





It’s Not a Mystery, It’s HBD

3 04 2017

Jefferson City

One of the items that MissouriNet has been running with all morning is that the March of Dimes has released their state-by-state grades for premature births, and they grade for the Show-Me is a mediocre C.  In passing, MoD mentions a statistic we first learned late last current year that in Missouri, black women are 49% more likely to deliver prematurely than non-black women, and in the context of Missouri, “non-black” is almost a pure synonym for “white.”  MoD casts the disparity as a chronic and perplexing mystery.

If they want it not to be a chronic and perplexing mystery any longer, they should crack this book:

They will learn that, because of the r-K life history spectrum, and because of the racial differences therein, the average gestation for black women is a week shorter than for white women, with Amerindian/ish people in between, and East Asians longer than whites. (A racial pattern that seems to present very often in that book). What it means is that MoD is making a problem out of a non-problem because they’re holding black women to the biological standards of white women.