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GaryWitt comments on Apr 1, 2020:
I’m glad to know there is a Twitter account known as “Things China Doesn’t Want You to Know.” Thanks!
No media coverage at all.
GaryWitt comments on Mar 30, 2020:
Today’s WSJ had an article on this by Jeff Colyer.
UK. Katie Hopkins. "Katie Lays Into the WHO;" []
GaryWitt comments on Mar 29, 2020:
Absolutely splendid!!
Is this you? 😁😆
GaryWitt comments on Mar 29, 2020:
Suddenly xenophobia doesn’t seem so bad. As long as you call it “social distancing.”
Words for a troubled time. “The View,” 3/24/2020
GaryWitt comments on Mar 24, 2020:
The Norm Crosby of American politics.
Why on Earth should anyone believe communist China's Coronavirus statistics?
GaryWitt comments on Mar 23, 2020:
In a word, no.
GaryWitt comments on Mar 23, 2020:
It’s important to look at the consequences of getting the disease, and that is something very few people have done. The assumption seems to be that we’re all going to die from it, or at least that the potential death toll justifies draconian measures. The former is nonsense and the latter is now questionable. From what little I’m able to find (mostly from WHO and the US CDC, both of which may be mere propaganda) a “mild” case will run its course in two weeks; a “severe” case in six. Because there is no specific treatment for the disease I presume hospitals would be focused on the symptoms, which means home care would likely be just as effective. Also, assuming the disease spreads exponentially then we all will likely be exposed to it before a cure or vaccine will become available. So, yes, why are we deliberately running our economy into the ground? Or blaming one political party or the other for inaction? Well, except I think it is perfectly valid to blame bureaucratic red tape for our slow response in developing a reasonable vaccine or possible cure.
Jordan Peterson. "You Need a Destiny and a Calling In Life." []
GaryWitt comments on Mar 22, 2020:
A passionate voice for all of us. This is a message we all need, and which will sustain us and give us hope, every day. Life is not easy. But it can be made tolerable, and then you can build something of it, and maybe, just maybe, you can actually make it all worthwhile. It’s very hard work. But what else do you have in front of you?
Jordan Peterson. "On the Illuminati." []
GaryWitt comments on Mar 21, 2020:
A fascinating discussion. But I don’t recall Peterson mentioning the Illuminati. He certainly addressed in detail some of the symbolism associated with them. But always in the context of his study of hierarchy.
Cultural arrogance | World Problems & Global Issues | The Encyclopedia of World Problems
GaryWitt comments on Mar 20, 2020:
So if you’re homosexual or trans, is your cultural arrogance somehow converted to “pride?”
GaryWitt comments on Mar 20, 2020:
I remember years ago I was taking a calculus course and there was this problem that went something like this: Assume there is a small college with 5000 students, only one of whom has the flu. Assume further that the disease spreads exponentially (and here they gave a formula with variable t). Graph the progress of the disease. The unstated assumption of course was that eventually all 5000 students would contract the disease.
Been thinking of this scene the last few days. []
GaryWitt comments on Mar 19, 2020:
Yep. I thought of this one a couple days ago myself. A memorable scene, to be sure.
Ben Shapiro Slams China Over Spread Of Coronavirus. []
GaryWitt comments on Mar 18, 2020:
Absolutely. Shutting down these markets should be the immediate goal, together with the complete diversification (or reclamation) of our manufacturing and supply sources away from the Chinese. Followed by the liberation of Hong Kong, followed by the neutralization of the CCP.
China: a dirtbag country whose handling of the coronavirus outbreak makes the incompetence around ...
GaryWitt comments on Mar 18, 2020:
I do not discount the possibility (or probability) that the CCP released the virus deliberately. At this point there is not enough information.
China Is EXPLOITING The Pandemic And Is Actively Making It Worse, Trump Warned Us And Was Right - ...
GaryWitt comments on Mar 17, 2020:
Food for thought. When Xi smiles, I worry.
GaryWitt comments on Mar 17, 2020:
I understand Ms. Ingraham has reported on a drug that is currently and readily available and that is potentially effective against the Wuhan virus. Can’t seem to find any such article or video segment. Does anyone have further information on this, confirming or rebutting?
Thanks to everyone who gave me feedback on my post about classic cartoons that are now considered to...
GaryWitt comments on Mar 17, 2020:
Love it. But the feminists will object to the portrayal of Olive Oyl, and see the whole thing as a tyrannical patriarchy.
Interesting that this virus appeared precisely at the time (Hong Kong) Chinese citizens were ...
GaryWitt comments on Mar 15, 2020:
Not only that but the Chinese had just agreed (most reluctantly) to sign a new US trade agreement after being subjected to a series of tariffs that seem to have brought substantial discomfort to Xi and his regime. The possibility of retaliation is very real.
This is hard to explain....
GaryWitt comments on Mar 15, 2020:
That certainly is the dominant narrative right now. But I have not yet been convinced that the medical “research” community in Wuhan is not the actual source of this particular strain of virus. Nor have I been able to discard the theory that the release was deliberate. I note the following: a) the first cases came to light in early December and we learned in late January that Xi himself had been in charge of the Chinese “response” since at least January 8; b) the CCP actively repressed and distorted information relating to human-to-human transmission of the disease; and c) the CCP more recently has attempted to blame the U.S. for the outbreak, a notion I find outlandish.
Epoch Times. "Chinese Man Cries In Grief For All Chinese People." []
GaryWitt comments on Mar 15, 2020:
The exact context is unclear but the fact that he is blaming the misery of an entire country on its government is telling. One must wonder how broad, how extensive, this suffering is across the Chinese landscape. And if this man, who has been fed a censored, scrubbed, and sanitized version of reality, is still able to connect the dots, then surely there are others as well. Do they number in the millions? In the billions? And of those, how many are outside mainland China?
Joe Biden Is China’s Choice for President. []
GaryWitt comments on Mar 12, 2020:
Sounds like Hunter should be investigated. For real this time. By authorities in the US.
GaryWitt comments on Mar 12, 2020:
And with all his imperfections Trump proved Obama wrong. His deregulatory measures quickly and quietly fueled a dramatic acceleration of the economy, leaving Obama’s “legacy” to rot by the side of the road.
GaryWitt comments on Mar 12, 2020:
Hell yeah. And it’s powerful good hand sanitizer too. Melt your damn cuticles.
I saw this in a comment section
GaryWitt comments on Mar 11, 2020:
Yes, but at least the scarecrow asked for one. And he could dance.
1 million dollars....By John fucking Ward [] []
GaryWitt comments on Mar 9, 2020:
Common Core.
Islamic Migrants and the Children Of Europe. []
GaryWitt comments on Mar 8, 2020:
Powerful. I suspect it will be suppressed.
GaryWitt comments on Mar 8, 2020:
Their protest seems entirely misdirected. Almost ridiculous. Is this what happens when a segment of the population becomes thoroughly beaten and dominated? Do they lose perspective in this bizarre manner?
Hmmm, are there any posts here about free speech?
GaryWitt comments on Mar 7, 2020:
Well, yes. Many people here are concerned with freedom of speech. Some, and I count myself among them, are obsessed with it. I agree with you that the future of humanity depends upon the free exchange of ideas. It also depends upon vigorous and intelligent debate, which I see sorely lacking in this world, mainly as the result of a refusal by leftists to engage, and an insistence by the left that any disagreement with them is abhorrent, and unacceptable. Their goal seems to be the acquisition and maintenance of power and control. And that I find abhorrent and unacceptable. So I live my life in pursuit of the good and speak out against authoritarianism wherever I find it. It is everywhere. I am busy. And not just here.
Jordan Peterson.
GaryWitt comments on Mar 7, 2020:
A simple message with profound implications.
GaryWitt comments on Mar 5, 2020:
In order to support her assertion she would need to read and understand Roe v Wade, and be able to defend it. These are all beyond her capabilities.
US In the 40s. America Grew Out Of This. Where Is There Anything Close To It Today?
GaryWitt comments on Mar 5, 2020:
Great clip! During the Depression people danced to escape. And out of desperation (They Shoot Horses Don’t They?). But after the War people danced for joy. And because they could. The music has changed since then, and perhaps not for the better. Who wants to dance to Eminem?
Could it happen?
GaryWitt comments on Mar 4, 2020:
He’s looking for an endorsement from Obama.
LAPD has no excuse for not arresting DA's husband for brandishing.
GaryWitt comments on Mar 4, 2020:
Well, the article cites a provision from the California Penal Code that doesn’t appear to apply here. It refers to brandishing a deadly weapon “other than a firearm.” Most peculiar.
Jordan Peterson. "Political Correctness and Postmodernism." []
GaryWitt comments on Mar 3, 2020:
I like the moderator here. Mr. Znaimer has an inquisitive mind and is obviously well read. He clearly likes to think and he seems to think clearly.
GaryWitt comments on Mar 3, 2020:
Yep. That will stop them. For sure.
"We re Charging The CBC With Hate Speech.
GaryWitt comments on Mar 3, 2020:
I’m interested in what defense the CBC will present. Sovereign immunity?
Was Coronavirus meant to be the second great leap forward?
GaryWitt comments on Mar 2, 2020:
Interesting. So we know the source was the lab in Wuhan. We don’t know whether the release was intentional, but it seems to me the Chinese today are not well known for their competence. But the CCP is well known for its ruthlessness. And there was a clear motive for the CCP to release the virus. Does this move the meter closer to a judgment of incompetence or of intent? And what does one say about the serendipity that exists between the two choices?
Report: Outbreak of idiocy spreading 10,000 times faster than coronavirus - The Beaverton
GaryWitt comments on Mar 2, 2020:
Well, idiocy had a head start too. It’s been around a very long time.
Hillary called us deplorables.
GaryWitt comments on Mar 1, 2020:
Yeah, I especially liked booty judge’s remarks, which were followed with ads touting his ability to unite the country. Glad he’s gone.
China officials ordered coronavirus cover-up, report says
GaryWitt comments on Mar 1, 2020:
Seems to me the MSM is avoiding two important questions related to Covid19: Where it really came from and all the efforts that are in play right now to stop it. So they give the CCP a pass and they short-sell the enormous potential of American research centers. All the while politicizing a germ.
Joe Bonamassa, Tommy Emmanuel & Josh Smith .... Would you buy a ticket ??....anytime []
GaryWitt comments on Mar 1, 2020:
Yep. Any time.
Sky News Australia.
GaryWitt comments on Mar 1, 2020:
Difficult to “like” this, but it is something we need to hear. If the government can engage in this kind of abuse against Ms. Hopkins then no dissident is safe. The rule of law has been tossed aside entirely.
The Wall Street Journal this week wrote about Moderna Inc.
GaryWitt comments on Mar 1, 2020:
Seems Legit
GaryWitt comments on Feb 24, 2020:
But, see, nobody knew! Because Weinstein was so good at keeping it all secret! If only they had known. They... they would have been able to stop him.
Introducing the 1776 Project. []
GaryWitt comments on Feb 23, 2020:
And this:
GaryWitt comments on Feb 21, 2020:
Humpty, as portrayed in Through the Looking Glass, also had the leftist habit of distorting language to suit his purposes: ‘When I use a word,’ Humpty Dumpty said in rather a scornful tone, ‘it means just what I choose it to mean–neither more nor less.’
Hoover Inst.
GaryWitt comments on Feb 20, 2020:
There are some good efforts starting to counter the lies and distortions being promulgated by the NYT here. Most notably the 1776 Project (which includes participation by Gordon Wood) and the online courses from Hillsdale College. I’d like to see more of course, but these are at least a beginning.
Probably one of the most needed lectures at this moment []
GaryWitt comments on Feb 18, 2020:
I’m not thrilled by the fact that these clips are edited together. I prefer to follow Peterson over his own path. But even with these snippets glued together his vision shows through. His process is illuminated. So, yeah. Good on you. And thank you for this post.
Bloomberg is an entitled asshole who couldn't pull his head out of his ass with both hands ...
GaryWitt comments on Feb 17, 2020:
Nicely said. Reminds me of that prison scene in Hancock.
Paul Joseph Watson.
GaryWitt comments on Feb 17, 2020:
Has anyone asked Charlie Lieber about this?
"I am cursed with mental X-ray vision.
GaryWitt comments on Feb 17, 2020:
Sam seems a little delusional if you ask me.
What book did you finish that deserved a celebration?
GaryWitt comments on Feb 17, 2020:
I’ll interpret this as asking for books to celebrate rather than needing to celebrate the fact that you’ve finished a particular book. Atlas Shrugged for sure, although Fountainhead is probably a better novel. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Pirsig. Zen and the Psychology of Transformation by Benoit. Bonfire of the Vanities by Wolfe. The State by de Jasay. The World According to Garp by Irving. And almost anything by Tom McGuane.
GaryWitt comments on Feb 16, 2020:
“Invents electricity.” Thank God.
Jordan Peterson Interview. "Discusses How the World Shapes His Views." []
GaryWitt comments on Feb 16, 2020:
The interviewer here seems clueless and even ill-informed. Do you suppose he has thought about his questions? Will he ponder Peterson’s answers? Or is this just a job he has, and when he finishes this report he will simply move on to the next? I suspect his level of thought is extremely superficial and not at all genuinely inquisitive.
You watch this Tax Season.
GaryWitt comments on Feb 11, 2020:
Here in Colorado we have something called the Cannabis Growth Fund being touted as the best investment vehicle for first time investors in the industry. Kinda like buying weed without actually buying weed, I guess.
I may start a GoFundMe page for this victim
GaryWitt comments on Feb 8, 2020:
This is the wurst I’ve ever seen.
I think they'll need more help than this
GaryWitt comments on Feb 7, 2020:
I can hear them now: “What’s that stick-thing, and why doesn’t it have a D on it?”
My friend and user-interface designer who helped with this site has emerged from his hibernation and...
GaryWitt comments on Feb 6, 2020:
Maybe this is just me, but if I’m on the second or third page of the posts and I select a video or meme, I have trouble getting back to my place after viewing it. It throws me back to the top of page one. It would be nice to be able to get back to the same page.
Jerusalem. "God Save the Queen." []
GaryWitt comments on Feb 5, 2020:
Splendid. Thank you for sharing this.
“Why Irrational Persons Never Lose An Argument,” discusses why logic is not effective against ...
GaryWitt comments on Feb 5, 2020:
Well, respectfully, human law and legal rights in western countries—particularly Britain and the US—are not products of failed logicians. Quite the opposite, especially when you consider the evolution of the common law, or the crafting of the US Constitution. There are certainly bad laws, ill-conceived, vague, and interpreted poorly. But even with the low esteem with which I hold legislators, there is usually a logic to their efforts. Of course, the same cannot be said of totalitarian or authoritarian regimes.
Brainstorm request – how does Identity Politics work.
GaryWitt comments on Feb 4, 2020:
IMO, it works because it is what I call a comfortable lie. It feels good to say you’re a victim and it feels good when other people join hands with you and “celebrate” your collective victimhood. It feels even better if you can all find the same oppressor to thump. But the lie is that this “victimhood” is somehow special—different from all the others’—so that it brings with it Entitlement. So, with the addition of Entitlement, you now are Righteous and Virtuous in your suffering. You have achieved martyrdom. And everyone must now bow down to you. Or else.
LEGAL to shoot socialists!!! []
GaryWitt comments on Feb 3, 2020:
In Montana the season is short and you need a tag, which is quite expensive. "Sharia Law In Iran." []
GaryWitt comments on Feb 2, 2020:
One problem the West has not properly addressed is the fact that a relativistic approach to morality—meaning morality should be adjusted according to geography, religion, politics, or some other factor—results in a tolerance of brutality. Instead of seeing and objecting to this cruelty, the civilized world gives it a pass, and even asserts that not doing so is pretentious and “colonial.” The blindness continues even when the brutality is imported into the West itself.
I heard about Dave Rubin's social media site 'locals' through this site.
GaryWitt comments on Feb 2, 2020:
Question: is your issue with the IDW Community or with
Q Anon.
GaryWitt comments on Feb 2, 2020:
I have heard of QAnon, but I know very little about it. Frankly I have not been curious enough to look into it.
Jordan Peterson. "Cleaning Up Your Room and Changing Your Mode Of Being." []
GaryWitt comments on Feb 1, 2020:
Absolutely packed with information, insight, advice, knowledge, and, yes, wisdom. I don’t know how anyone could take notes during this lecture and come out with anything useful. But if you just listen, and you keep up, somehow, then in the end you feel as though you’ve accomplished something very important. And you know, you have.
Carter Page files suit against DNC et al
GaryWitt comments on Jan 30, 2020:
For some reason, this is the first thing that occurred to me, on reading this article:
Facebook bans our entire ad account! After spending about $200k in ads to promote this site, ...
GaryWitt comments on Jan 30, 2020:
I think Mr. McCarthy has framed the question succinctly below. Some proposals: 1. Partnerships with other entities are the most obvious way. Mutual promotions with publishers, 501(c)(3)s, think tanks. Reason Foundation, Cato spring to mind. 2. PragerU might have some intel on how to reach the demonetized. Lawsuits tend to yield discovery. 3. Are there symposiums or other events you could co-sponsor with that $200K?
Big Merger!! []
GaryWitt comments on Jan 27, 2020:
A natural. Actually it seemed almost inevitable. I worry though about the antitrust implications.
GaryWitt comments on Jan 26, 2020:
The things he describes sound more like 1936 Germany than England in 2019.
[] This is spot on
GaryWitt comments on Jan 26, 2020:
I watched a few minutes of Tommy Robinson speaking to the Oxford Union and was astonished at the level of censorship prevailing in the U.K. Police-enforced silencing of Mr. Robinson, coupled with a refusal by the police to take action against violent crime—this is a scandal of incredible proportion.
Elizabeth Warren confronted by irate father. []
GaryWitt comments on Jan 25, 2020:
And she laughed at him.
Atlas Society
GaryWitt comments on Jan 23, 2020:
“When I disagree with a rational man, I let reality be our final arbiter; if I am right, he will learn; if I am wrong, I will; one of us will win, but both will profit.” —Ayn Rand
Post Millenial.
GaryWitt comments on Jan 23, 2020:
Off hand, I’d say his female opponents were the brave ones.
Kentucky lawmaker wants to give police the power to detain people who don't answer their ...
GaryWitt comments on Jan 21, 2020:
If you’re being detained and cannot walk away you are under arrest, pure and simple. Two hours or two minutes, doesn’t matter. Calling it something different does not make it so. Perhaps someone should detain Rep. Meredith and force him to read the Constitution, pausing briefly to savor the 4th and 5th Amendments. Based on his actions I believe we have probable cause.
World Hijab Day 2020 - Here we go again! - YouTube
GaryWitt comments on Jan 20, 2020:
Muslim women who are required by law to cover themselves with the hijab sometimes claim the hijab is “liberating.” But they never explain how that could be possible. Maybe they think not being beaten is freedom.
This is my 2020 resolution for Hong Kong - YouTube
GaryWitt comments on Jan 20, 2020: Got it. Thanks.
[] This shit makes my blood boil
GaryWitt comments on Jan 19, 2020:
It makes me furious and I’m 4000 miles away. The fact that this is happening in a so-called civilized society is absolutely inexplicable.
How exactly is diversity a strength?
GaryWitt comments on Jan 18, 2020:
“Who is the Tolstoy of the Zulus? The Proust of the Papuans? I’d be happy to read them.” —Saul Bellow
Nancy selects her managers .....
GaryWitt comments on Jan 16, 2020:
OK. But two of them are not U.S. citizens. I mean, just saying.
Federal Court Orders Snap Hearing on Awan Brothers Democrat IT Scandal: Judicial Watch If I remember...
GaryWitt comments on Jan 15, 2020:
When the FOIA was first enacted many years ago the Democrats were all for it. Today, apparently, not so much. DWS is a perfect example of this hide-the-ball attitude. And then there is the media... The Washington Post claims its motto is “Democracy dies in darkness.” But they’re not filing and pursuing FOIA requests, Judicial Watch is.
Is anyone else keeping up with Chinas economic takeover of Africa.
GaryWitt comments on Jan 15, 2020:
They’re doing this all over the world. South America is another big center for them. It’s difficult to fight when the countries’ governments are willingly agreeing to their onerous terms. Also discouraging (but not particularly surprising) is the pass given to the Chinese by leftist environmental groups, who should by rights be screaming about expanded coal fired power, but are silent.
Anne Widdecombe Rages At the EU.
GaryWitt comments on Jan 14, 2020:
After listening to her for this brief moment, does anyone seriously want to talk about feminism? You’ve seen feminism here in the person of Ann Widdecome.
Breakfast of Psychopaths []
GaryWitt comments on Jan 14, 2020:
Looks like gummy bears and blotter acid, so, yeah, I guess.
We must be free to call Jesus gay - spiked (Have you signed the petition?)
GaryWitt comments on Jan 14, 2020:
I dunno. Doesn’t seem to be much evidence that Jesus was gay. But I’m pretty sure Mohammed was a pedophile. So which is more offensive?
Liz Wheeler. "This Is Why Sharia Law Is Dangerous." []
GaryWitt comments on Jan 13, 2020:
Sharia law is barbaric. Any westerner who doesn’t oppose it either doesn’t understand it, or is afraid to speak out for one reason or another.
Wait - I thought the left was for gay rights. Why are they defending Iran? []
GaryWitt comments on Jan 13, 2020:
Not to mention their treatment of women. Western feminists’ silence on that issue is deafening.
Poland s Under 18 Women s National Hockey Team Sing the National Anthem. []
GaryWitt comments on Jan 13, 2020:
Well, let’s see. The Nazis invaded Poland in 1939. After the war they were subjugated by the Soviets. They won their independence in 1989 as the result of efforts by Solidarity and its leader Lech Walesa. And now the girls hockey team sings its national anthem joyfully and enthusiastically. There’s a lot to love in this moment.
An absurd postmodern paper I just find on Nature: [] You guys should read this.
GaryWitt comments on Jan 13, 2020:
Interesting. I tend to agree that our identities are not wholly defined by biology and chemistry. To conclude otherwise would deny the spiritual aspects of life, and surrender to the behavioralists. But postmodernism (at least per M. Foucault, through the lens of relativism) seeks to free everyone from the burden of rational thought. If all choices are equal then thinking things through is a waste of time. Do what you feel. It all becomes a cosmic “Whatever,” which is not only unacceptable but frankly disastrous. Instead, there must be a tension between our reason and our emotions, with reason winning more times than not. But these days the problem seems to be that emotion is winning more frequently than reason. (And BTW, slavery and colonialism have nothing to do with science.)
Heritage Foundation. "The Perilous Quest For Equal Results." []
GaryWitt comments on Jan 12, 2020:
Excellent discussion!
Should veganism be defined as a religion or philosophy like Christianity or Buddhism?
GaryWitt comments on Jan 12, 2020:
Do we want to allow (and actually encourage) people to invent new religions that are not centered on an actual religious belief? If so, then it would appear leftist political ideology has itself become a religion. The faithful defend it and proselytize as if it were, but that doesn’t mean it is entitled to some special status. Moreover, in view of the disparate treatment between Christians and Muslims, I’m suspect of the intent here. Perhaps some religions are more entitled than others.
Gatestone Institute. "France: The Budding Islamic Republic." []
GaryWitt comments on Jan 10, 2020:
The self-censorship is rampant but—as the article implies—in some cases it is enforced by the government. In some ways I liken it to the Vichy government during the Nazi occupation. And I believe it is very revealing with regard to the French personality.
Interesting, no? The moral roots of liberals and conservatives - Jonathan Haidt
GaryWitt comments on Jan 10, 2020:
There are two types of people in this world: those who divide people into two groups and those who do not.
I need ten characters?
GaryWitt comments on Jan 9, 2020:
College Professor Out After Joke Suggesting Iran List U.S. Cultural Targets
GaryWitt comments on Jan 9, 2020:
I’m very much opposed to the “cancel culture,” whether it manifests on the left or the right.
Men s Fashion 2020. Further Evidence Of the Moral Undoing of Culture. []
GaryWitt comments on Jan 9, 2020:
Think I’ll stick with my sack suits, thank you very much.
GaryWitt comments on Jan 9, 2020:
So much cringe. Couldn’t watch more than a few minutes. Skipping forward didn’t help. Ugh.
Jordan Peterson. "Solitude and Epiphanies." []
GaryWitt comments on Jan 8, 2020:
Much to unpack here. Great post. Thank you.
Just discovered this channel on you tube - think replacementism.
GaryWitt comments on Jan 7, 2020:
She refers to the ticket price in francs. How old is this?
35 killed in stampede at funeral for slain general, Iran state TV says []
GaryWitt comments on Jan 7, 2020:
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