1 Lust Been to a Slutwalk lately?
2 Gluttony Eat yer goddamn kale and shuddup. And cut yer fats. Stoke up on carbs.
3 Greed Two words: Clinton Foundation.
4 Sloth Say no to Workfare.
5 Wrath "White people have stopped breeding. You'll all go extinct soon."
6 Envy Reparations.
7 Pride Black. Gay. Whatever. White humility.
It's very difficult to be an unattractive southeast Asian woman. Hrrz. Jeong has it down pat.
Posted by: M. Murcek ||
08/04/2018 0:53 Comments ||
Wasn't for the sacrifice of a lot of white males, Ms Jeong would be among the enormous casualties of the communist war to conquer the South, to include the self inflicted failures of socialism since that have visited the North.
Since last year I have tracked the totals of each firearm category in each state I follow to show how they are expanding. I used the following notation:
Arizona (520, 3Q, 2017(+12))(520, 487), of which the first group of notations indicates the high since the third quarter of 2017, the number of times it has gone up since 2017, then this week's number and last week's number. I am going to change that starting next week with:
Arizona (520, 487)(520), which will show this week's numbers, last week's numbers and then the all time high. I hope to reduce the confusion with these notations and reduce the clutter.
For an explication on how very wealthy people want to disarm their subjects, I mean the citizens, you should read this.
Rantburg's summary for arms and ammunition:
Pistol ammunition prices were steady. Rifle ammunition prices were steady.
Prices for used pistols were lower. Prices for used rifles were mixed.
(August 4th, 2018) For the 12th week running, used AR-15 prices have averaged below $500.
.45 Caliber, 230 Grain, From Last Week: Unchanged (2 Weeks)
Cheapest, 50 rounds: Carolina Munitions, Tulammo, FMJ, Steel Casing, .20 per round
Cheapest Bulk, 500 rounds: FedArm, Own Brand, FMJ, Brass Casing, Reloads, .20 per round (From Last Week: +.01 Each After Unchanged (3 Weeks)
.40 Caliber Smith & Wesson, 180 Grain, From Last Week: Unchanged (2 Weeks)
Cheapest, 50 rounds: Carolina Munitions, Tulammo, FMJ, Steel Casing, .18 per round
Cheapest Bulk, 500 rounds: East Carolina Trading, Own Brand, TPMJ, Brass Casing, Reloads, .19 per round (From Last Week: Unchanged (3 Weeks)
9mm Parabellum, 115 Grain, From Last Week: Unchanged (3 Weeks)
Cheapest, 50 rounds: Extreme Reloading, Pwn Brand, RN, Brass Casing, Reloads .14 per round
Cheapest Bulk, 500 rounds: FedArm, Own brand, FMJ, Brass Casing, Reloads .14 per round (From Last Week: Unchanged (1Q, 2018))
.357 Magnum, 158 Grain, From Last Week: Unchanged (2Q, 2018)
Cheapest, 50 rounds: LAX Ammunition, Tulammo, FMJ, Steel Casing, .23 per round
Cheapest Bulk: 500 rounds: FedArm, Own Brand, TMJ, Brass Casing, Reloads, .23 per round (From Last Week: Unchanged (2 Weeks))
.38 Special, 158 Grain, From Last Week: Unchanged (4 Weeks)
Cheapest, 50 rounds: Outdoor Limited, CCI, RNL, Aluminum Casing, .20 per round
Cheapest Bulk: 1,000 rounds: Ammunition Depot, Fiocci, FMJ, Brass Casing, .23 per round (From Last Week: Unchanged (2 Weeks))
.223 Caliber/5.56mm 55 Grain, From Last Week: Unchanged (4 Weeks)
Cheapest, 20 rounds: Carolina Munitions, Tulammo, FMJ, Steel Casing, .19 per round
Cheapest Bulk, 500 rounds: SG Ammo, Wolf WPA, FMJ, Steel Casing, .20 per round (From Last Week: Unchanged (7 Weeks))
.308 NATO 150 Grain, From Last Week: Unchanged (6 Weeks)
Cheapest, 20 rounds: LAX Ammunition, Tulammo, FMJ, Steel Casing, .32 per round
Cheapest Bulk, 500 rounds: SG Ammo, Tulammo, FMJ, Steel Casing, .30 per round (From Last Week: Unchanged (2Q, 2018))
7.62x39mm AK 123 Grain, From Last Week: Unchanged (2Q, 2018)
Cheapest, 20 rounds: Outdoor Limited, Wolf WPA, FMJ, Steel Casing, .20 per round
Cheapest Bulk, 1,000 rounds: True Shot Gun Club, Wolf WPA, FMJ, Steel Casing, .19 per round (From Last Week: Unchanged (4 Weeks))
.30-06 Springfield 145 Grain, From Last Week: Unchanged (3 Weeks)
Cheapest, 20 rounds: Outdoor Limited, Wolf WPA, Steel Casing, FMJ, .54 per round
Cheapest Bulk, 500 rounds: United Nations Ammo, Wolf WPA, Steel Casing, FMJ, .53 per round (From Last week: Unchanged (4Q, 2017))
.300 Winchester Magnum 150 Grain, From Last Week: Unchanged (1Q, 2018)
Cheapest, 20 rounds: LAX Ammunition, Prvi Partizan, Brass Casing, SP, .81 per round
Cheapest Bulk, 500 rounds: Target Sports USA, Prvi Partizan, Brass Casing, SP, .85 per round (From Last Week: Unchanged (1Q, 2018))
.338 Lapua Magnum 250 Grain, From Last Week: Unchanged (6 Weeks)
Cheapest, 20 rounds: LAX Ammunition, ARM, SP, Brass Casing, 2.15 per round
Cheapest Bulk, 240 rounds: Ammo Board, ARM, SP, Brass Casing, 2.36 per round (From Last Week: Unchanged 5 Weeks))
.22 LR 40 Grain, From Last Week: Unchanged (7 Weeks)
Cheapest, 50 rounds: Ammomen, Federal, RNL, Brass Casing, .03 per round
Cheapest Bulk, 500 rounds: Carolina Munitions, Federal, RNL, Brass Casing, .03 per round (From Last Week: -.01 Each After Unchanged (2Q, 2018))
[USSA Today] When white nationalist groups clashed with left-wing counterprotesters last August in Charlottesville, Virginia, one woman died and several more people were injured.
This August, similarly opposed groups will converge on Washington, D.C.
Far-left activists, including anarchists, anti-fascists (known commonly as antifa) and Black Lives Matter groups are planning a major counterdemonstration on Aug. 12 that will coincide with "Unite the Right 2," a "white civil rights" rally in Lafayette Square marking one year since the events in Charlottesville.
"All of their rallies are resistance to our progress. They are not simply debates," said Makia Green, an organizer with Black Lives Matter D.C., who criticized the notion that white nationalists simply want to demonstrate their First Amendment rights. "White supremacist rallies have left a trail of blood in D.C."
Many of the activists believe extreme action is necessary to confront the white nationalist movement. Some anti-fascists, in particular, are willing to engage physically with white nationalists.
"The rise of white nationalism and racism has reared its ugly head in ways i haven’t seen in 30 years," said Scott Crow, an author, spokesman for Agency, an anarchist media collective, and former anti-fascist organizer. "Anarchists are willing to take steps that other people aren't."
There are so many protests in Washington these days. There are websites that give you a calendar of upcoming protests and demonstrations. For example: Scheduled protests. This must keep the cops busy.
[DAWN] THAT it has taken seven long years and two fact-finding missions before an FIR has been filed in the suspected ’honour’ killing of five girls in Kohistan ...a backwoods district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa distinguished by being even more rustic than is the norm among the local Pashtuns.... , speaks volumes. These are the girls who were caught on video having a good time, who were then rubbed out for Honour®. Somebody blabbed and the locals sent five ringers to the court to "prove" they were alive. We could smell the stench from here, but it seems there was an "eye of the stench" that prevented the Pak government from sniffing it.
The case came to light in 2011 when reports emerged that an online video of a young man dancing before a group of teenage girls had led to murder.
The mixed gathering had taken place in a village located in an extremely conservative part of KP. In the eyes of the locals, the youngsters had violated tribal norms and brought dishonour upon them.
Reportedly, five girls in the audience, as well as the man who was dancing and his two brothers, were later murdered on a jirga’s orders.
While the fact-finding missions were unable to definitively establish whether the murders had taken place, circumstantial and empirical evidence strongly suggested that was the case.
Moreover, Afzal Kohistani, a brother of the male victims, had been alleging the same, and the FIR was registered on his petition to the Supreme Court.
The delays in the resolution of a matter involving such mediaeval barbarity illustrate how law enforcement’s indifference to crimes of ’honour’ can stand in the way of justice.
In a social milieu where not much remains hidden within the community, the local police could have solved the case had they expended a little effort.
Instead, Afzal Kohistani himself, for much of the intervening period, had to live in hiding because of threats to his life.
The remoteness of the location also made it more difficult for human rights ...which are usually entirely different from personal liberty... activists to ascertain the truth.
In fact, if not for the video ‐ which by being available on the net for all to see possibly compounded the youngsters’ ’crime’ ‐ the truth may never have come out.
While improvements to the honour killing law are important, they cannot compensate for a primitive mindset.
The justice system needs to send a very strong message to those who commit crimes of ’honour’ and those who neglect their duty to investigate them.
Posted by: Fred ||
08/04/2018 00:00 ||
Top|| File under: Govt of Pakistan
WASHINGTON (AP) ‐ President Donald Trump wants a Space Force, a new military service he says is needed to ensure American dominance in space. But the idea is gaining little traction at the Pentagon, where the president’s defense chief, Jim Mattis, says it would add burdensome bureaucracy and unwanted costs.
The PENTAGON complaining about "burdensome bureaucracy and unwanted costs"
Since it takes a full 'O-6' Colonel to carry important paperwork from one office to the next in that five-sided insane asylum.
[RedState] One of the repetitive themes that we hear from the media and from their echo chamber is that President’s Trump’s dismissal of the media as "Fake News" and "failing" is somehow a) and assault upon the First Amendment and b) encourages violence against the press.
...I’m still waiting for the first news story of a reporter being targeted for death or injury by a GOPer
...the unhinged and bizarre stories run by CNN and MSNBC are, in fact, giving rise to real violence and real threats of violence against Republican officials. And the incidents that have occurred have been by the left:
...In June 2017, the GOP nearly lost a couple of dozen members to a deranged MSNBC fan
...people have been arrested in conjunction with credible threats of violence against two Republican members of Congress.
...These threats and attacks, much like the mistakes by the press, run overwhelmingly in one direction. They seem to be the direct result of the media generating a frenzy, a veritable series of editorial board sanctioned Two-Minute Hates, against Republicans.
...The Bannister Effect is the notion that once a person sees someone else perform an exceptional feat, all doubt as to the possibility of that feat is erased, encouraging that person to strive for the goal, with hard work and training.
...All this leads me to the Trump phenomenon. No one would have believed in 2015 that one guy could have done all this in less than two years:
Appoint a decent conservative to the Supreme Court
Dig into NAFTA
Slash federal regulations
Ban travel from terror-sponsoring nations
Move our embassy to Jerusalem
Freeze federal hiring
Use tariffs to prod our trading partners to negotiate
Dump net neutrality
Sucker the media into betraying their papier mâché objectivity
...I have recognized for years that the problem with Washington is not "politics." The problem is that many, many of the people running government are just plain evil. They are working for their own benefit to the detriment of everyone else, and they don’t care who gets hurt. These people are not just thieves, they are very clever thieves and have figured out how to steal from generations yet unborn. Every child born today inherits over $60,000 in debt, right out of the womb. Well, if the child is lucky enough to be born at all. This is not politics, this is evil.
And Donald Trump called evil, evil. Never in my life had I expected to hear this plain-speaking honesty from a president. I now know it’s possible, and due to the Bannister Effect I’m going to work even harder to put more people in charge who will call good, good, and evil, evil at every level.
...To compensate, the left thinks that they can squash this hope by squashing Trump. Sorry, but the hope is out of the bag. This is not about Trump any more. Certainly, there is a huge battle ahead, but we are armed with principles, not the infatuation of personality. We now know the positive possibilities for America are unlimited. Every good thing is possible, with enough hard work and time, even the destruction of liberal evil.
[Hot Air] The more I think about it, the less I care about Sarah Jeong. I don’t think I’d ever read anything she’d written before this week and having now read a few things I don’t think I was missing all that much. That’s not meant as a slam on her ability because I think she’s actually a good writer. But the subject she writes about isn’t that interesting to me. She styles herself an expert on technology, which doesn’t mean she can rebuild a V-8 engine or repair a circuit board. In media parlance, it means she has opinions about social media. So...whatever.
I don’t even care very much about her racist tweets, per se, or even her lame excuse for making them. What does bother me is the way in which the left collectively responded to her tweets with a big shrug. Ed wrote earlier about the Washington Post piece which wonders aloud whether Jeong did anything wrong. I read the same piece this morning and this is the paragraph that stood out:
The news here is Allahpundit criticizing the left.
Posted by: Rob Crawford ||
08/04/2018 6:08 Comments ||
What does bother me is the way in which the left collectively responded to her tweets with a big shrug.
Cause for the Left, its all about power. Understand that, and there is no need to be fretting over their hypocrisy. They have no shame. Never will. They only exist to install fear and loathing in the rest to keep them submissive.
To me, it shows something wrong with the Right - letting the left get away with it.
Plenty of people "on the right" get what is wrong with it. Not-particularly-right scribblers at Notional Review, Deadstate and so on don't get it as all, because they want the same rulez for themselves, and they hate white people (other than mom, dad and the Boss) too.
Posted by: M. Murcek ||
08/04/2018 9:31 Comments ||
Another impoverished Harvard graduate 'out of the closet.' Nothing much to be seen here.
The news here is Allahpundit criticizing the left.
Someone still reads that?
Posted by: M. Murcek ||
08/04/2018 9:34 Comments ||
This wasn't written by allahpundit. It was written by John Sexton. Not that you could tell the difference, I don't think the place has gotten a political opinion right since... oh 2014 at least.
Posted by: Charles ||
08/04/2018 11:34 Comments ||
Leaving aside the hypocrisy and ignorance for a moment, it is amusing that the anti-white Ms Jeong makes a living as a tech writer writing about the White Man's technology in English, the White Man's planetary language. And using the White Man's Internet to do so. What, did you think the interwebs were invented in Zimbabwe?
When I look for "tech writing" I'm generally not looking for a breezy article about how kewel the latest iPhone is...
Posted by: M. Murcek ||
08/04/2018 14:54 Comments ||
If the net can be believed, at Harvard she was editor of the Harvard Journal of Law and Gender. If I can trust alumnius, she got a BA in Philosophy at Berkeley. I will draw my own conclusions about the philosophy dept at Berkeley.
A multi-volume chronology and reference guide set detailing three years of the Mexican Drug War between 2010 and 2012.
Rantburg.com and borderlandbeat.com correspondent and author Chris Covert presents his first non-fiction work detailing
the drug and gang related violence in Mexico.
Chris gives us Mexican press dispatches of drug and gang war violence
over three years, presented in a multi volume set intended to chronicle the death, violence and mayhem which has
dominated Mexico for six years.