Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Misquoted Bible

The Bible is often the most misquoted book in the world.  More people have misquoted it than properly quoted it.  I myself have been guilty of this but I don’t have my own religion, so I suppose God has forgiven me for it.

But here’s a few quotes that are often taken out of context as a means to further a pointless agenda:

  • “Judge Not Lest Ye Be Judged Yourself” – This quote comes directly from Jesus and is often used to browbeat believers who protest sins such as sexual degeneracy.  What Jesus was talking about was encouraging his followers to be righteous and upright themselves in order to judge others.  But to this day, many people use that quote to justify their sins when faced with condemnation from others.
  • “God is Love” – This quote always bothered me because if you read the section in 1 John where it is written, the context is much deeper.  At its surface, this quote seems to indicate that God is an emotion and that His antithesis is hate.  What this section is really saying is that God is the progenitor of love and not the sexual kind.  I think newer translations should clarify this point.  To this day, this line is used to justify sodomy.  Also, God clearly hates the wicked so how can a being composed solely of love hate anything?
  • “God helps those who help themselves” – This isn’t a Bible quote.  It isn’t in any iteration of the Bible and is an evil quote.  No, God does not make our lives easier nor is he a Pez dispenser handing out material goods, but that doesn’t mean He won’t help you in a way He sees fit.
  • “Submit to the Governing Authorities” – When this quote is taken out of context, it is usually used by conservatives to tell others that rebelling against your country is a rebellion against God.  But Paul wrote that line when he was in prison for preaching the salvation of man through Jesus.  What Paul was really telling Christians was to submit to governing authorities within reason but to follow God’s Law and Will above man’s laws.  Essentially, don’t rebel but don’t worship either.
  • “When I was hungry, you fed me” – Spoken by Jesus and used to justify the ever expanding welfare state.  What the Democrats fail to understand is that this quote was charging the individual with helping the poor whenever he can.  In truth, the entire Welfare System is nothing more than a scam used to launder the tax dollars of the productive back into the corporate elites’ pockets.

That’s about all I can think of right now.  I’m sure there are more quotes taken out of context but those are the ones that I hear about most frequently.

Monday, June 5, 2017

Pediatricians: My Mortal Enemy

I’ve had a lot of problems with pediatricians and I consider them to be some of the worse that the medical profession has to offer.

First of all, they always seem to be pushing vaccinations and always using scaremongering my wife and I about it.  One even said that we were putting my kid in danger for not getting all the vaccinations on the insane CDC schedule.

More than that, though, they are some of the most condescending doctors I’ve even had the pleasure of dealing with.

Every time we take our kids in for a check-up, they are constantly harping on us about what we are supposed to do with our kid.  Like make sure he sleeps through the night or what time he's supposed to go to bed.

Like I’m fucking five myself and don’t know how to raise a kid properly.

On top of that, they seem to be very disconnected from science.  I saw a picture on the wall of an examination room where they claimed that there is five times as much mercury in breast milk than in a vaccine.  Somehow, I think it’s lost on these idiots the difference between ingesting something and injecting it into your bloodstream.

Injecting beer into your blood, for example, can kill you where as merely drinking it doesn’t.  Notice the difference there?

I think what is most frustrating is that I have a higher than average IQ, so I can understand and comprehend many of the things the doctors are talking about.  I don’t have a medical degree, but the concepts aren’t hard to grasp for me.

But still I’m treated like a dumb ass and I always feel like the doctor is there more to berate me for my parenting decisions than actually help me monitor the health of my child.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

On Debt

Despite what most mainstream economists will tell you, there are actually three different types of debt and all three affect a nation’s economy in different ways.  Usually when you hear reports about debts, at best they’ll break it down into two types: public and private sector.  But that’s not a good enough breakdown in my view as I hope you will see as well.

The first kind of debt is government debt or public sector debt.  This is the debt that is usually derived from government entities selling bonds on the market in order to fill in the revenue gaps they create due to reckless spending.  This debt is expected to be paid off by the children of the taxpayer and is often referred to as the collective debt of the people.

This debt is often hard to get rid of.  This is usually because most government officials aren’t really that responsible when it comes to budgeting and don’t really care about managing the money they’ve been entrusted through taxation well.

The problem with this kind of debt is that eventually, the bill does come due and sooner rather than later.  More the likely, if a nation has a massive amount of debt that exceeds its production, defaulting on that debt is sure to follow along with bonds becoming worthless.

The second kind of debt is consumer debt.  This is debt related to home mortgages, car loans, credit cards, and any other form of debt that is accessed directly by an individual for the purposes of meeting a consumable need.

While seen as a good thing by the vast majority of financial gurus and economists, this debt is really like masturbating now versus putting work in and attracting a wife.  I know that’s a bit crude to say, but the long-term effects of this kind of debt can be highly damaging.

For one thing, whatever product is purchased using consumer loans will inevitably, and drastically, inflate in cost down the road.  As the supply of said product remains constant, the demand will rise as more and more consumers will have access to that product.

Look at housing in the US.  By all accounts, housing should probably cost one-third of what it is today but because people can get away with no down-payments (or practically none) and 30-year mortgages (or half your wasted life), housing prices have skyrocketed.

The same is true for college tuition.  As student loans become more and more available, more students are attending and thus prices go up.

You see where this is going, right?  With inflated prices, especially on products and services with very specific and easy-to-get loans, there has to be a default on those things eventually.  Because eventually, consumers don’t bother signing their lives away.

The final type of debt is productive debt.  This usually takes the form of business loans and are designed to give a business an edge in the market by providing a quick infusion of cash in order to make it happen.  Corporate debts can get out of hand of course, but if kept to meet some business needs and are paid off with the profits gained from production, this usually isn’t a problem.

The banks in this country used to focus primarily on productive debt.  They would “invest” in private companies in order to give them a chance to grow.  But around the 1960s to early 1970s, they started to sell credit cards, buy and trade on people’s mortgages, and create longer and longer mortgage terms.

This has had a spiraling effect on the economy with consumer debt rising drastically over the past few decades.  Sooner or later, something is going to break big time and when it does, deflation will occur.  Your investments will be worthless and you might lose your job.

But on the flip side, you’ll be able to afford things again without going into debt.  Of course, you won’t have much choice in the matter and there won’t be as much to buy.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

To All The Left-Wing Crazies Responding to the Manchester Attack

There was a nail bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, in case you haven’t been paying attention.  And you know what?  I don’t care.

This is what happens when you let the barbarians in.  They either attack you or they breed soldiers to attack you.  It happened in Rome and it has happened to many civilizations all over.  This is how civilizations fall.  They get displaced by less degenerate, though still r-selected populations who basically wreck your shit, rape your women, and murder your children.

It’s a story as old as history itself really.

So please, tell me how electing a Muslim mayor prevented this.  Tell me how hate crime laws stop this.  Explain to me how massive immigration prevents this.

Tell me how we should all just live together when Muslims have openly stated they will murder us for engaging in free speech about their death-cult of a religion.

Explain to me how not being racist, homophobic, transphobic, and anti-Christian moves civilization forward in any meaningful sense?

The truth you can’t, you won’t, and you’ll just angrily rant about how I’m angry, mean, a racist, a bigot, etc.

I want a better nation for my children.

You just want to fuck in the butt.  Given those options, I choose pushing your degenerate parasitic ass out of a helicopter before you subject my four year old to a drag queen singing about “her” jazz hands in a public library.

Sure, that makes me a right-wing Nazi.  But you know what?  I don’t have to prove anything to my enemies.  They have to prove to me that they want to preserve our nation and our civilization.

And they’re doing a piss poor job of it.

Friday, May 19, 2017

News of the Week

Here’s a quick overview of some of the many news stories that occurred this week:

  • It was alleged that President Trump told the Russians about possible ISIS attacks on Russian airplanes involving laptops with bombs.  This sparked outrage and calls for impeachment amongst nearly every anti-Trump person in the country because they don’t seem to understand that the President is allowed to tell anyone any secret he damn well pleases and to declassify anything as well.
  • Simultaneously, former FBI director Comey decided to say that he has memos that make the President look like he was obstructing investigations into his Russian ties.  Of course, he said under oath that this wasn’t the case, so was he committing perjury then?  Also, I really think it isn’t a good idea to trust the word of a former disgruntled employee.
  • A private investigator looking into the Seth Rich murder case said that he had sent data to Wikileaks and that law enforcement at the local and Federal level were ordered to stand down.  He later retracted this statement, but Seth Rich’s murder does sound like an execution and if his first assertion is true, than John Podesta and Hilary Clinton are mafia bosses and not party bosses.
  • Everyone is calling for Trump’s impeachment, including libertarian Republican Justin Amash, who apparently doesn’t understand the simple economic nature of the employer-employee, despite being a libertarian.  It also further demonstrates just how stupid and irrelevant libertarianism has become these days.
  • A man drove his car into a bunch of people in Times Square in New York City, killing one person and injuring many others.  He had a history of drunk driving, but wasn’t drunk at the time.  I wonder if he has an Islamic name?
  • California Governor Jerry Davis called taxpayers “freeloaders” proving that California is run not only by Left-wing communists, but by completely incompetent and stupid ones at that.  Even the Soviets understand the need to properly redistribute resources, for the most part.  Californian politicians are more concerned with transgender surgery than rolling blackouts and droughts.
  • Soundgarden lead singer Chris Cornell committed suicide.  Every late Gen-Xer and early Millennial decided to honor him when he really only had one or two decent songs.
  • Roger Ailes passed away as well.  And thus, Fox News will swiftly become more pozzed than ever before.
  • Powers Boothe passed away and he will be missed.  He was always an excellent bad guy.  He even starred in Marvel’s Avengers the film and reprised that role for the Agents of SHIELD spin-off show.  That shows a range of humbleness in my opinion.
  • Julian Assange has had his rape case in Sweden dropped.  Apparently, it’s not worth pursuing rape charges against a man whose only crime was continuing sex after the condom broke.  It’s a little sleazy and stupid (since men should wear a condom for every one-night stand), but not rape.  I mean, at what point does consent begin and end?  Feminists could never give a straight answer.
  • Anthony Weiner has plead guilty to sexting a teenage girl.  He’s falling on the sword for the Clintons, probably in fear for his life.
  • And finally, the FCC has voted to end Net Neutrality rules.  Considering it was an illegal act by an overreaching bureaucracy anyway, this comes as a surprise.  Maybe we can also re-obtained control of the international DNS servers while we’re at it.

And that’s about it.  There was a lot more going on this week but I don’t have time to sift through all of it.

Just remember: John Podesta is a child molestor and possible murderer, the Deep State is watching, buy guns.