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Why shouldn’t American citizens make as much as their inept congresspeople? Perhaps it’s what we are not being told that really matters.

If a person works 130 days a year, shouldn’t they too become crony millionaires with fat pensions and complete healthcare coverage for life just like congresspeople? Or is it because they think they are better than us. Could it be, in their eyes we ’re the “public servants and serfs” and they see themselves as elite plantation and manor masters. Usually, tyrants try to hide what they are.

Breaking! “The world will not end if the politicians don’t micromanage it.”

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Democrats officially introduce $15 minimum wage bill

“Change will not come if we wait for some other person or if we wait for some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek”– a.k.a. Barack Hussein Obama

The minimum wage effort eventually reached the state level with California and New York both adopting a $15 rate last year. Nevertheless, top Democrats were wary. Hillary Clinton officially backed a $12 minimum wage during her presidential campaign. “Substantively, we have not supported $15 — you will get a fair number of liberal economists who will say it will lose jobs,” Neera Tanden, head of the liberal Center for American Progress and a top adviser to Clinton’s campaign, told other staffers in an April 2015 email that was made public by WikiLeaks. Clinton’s campaign went to considerable effort behind the scenes to avoid having to discuss the issue.

Nevertheless, Democrats felt increasing pressure to back the rate after Sanders’ unexpectedly strong challenge to Clinton in the 2016 presidential campaign. Clinton clouded the issue by backing some local $15 efforts and by announcing in one debate that, if elected, she would sign legislation for a $15 rate. Later that year, the Democratic National Committee officially adopted a $15 rate as one of its platforms.

The DNC has apparently had a hard time living up to its own rhetoric. A class-action lawsuit filed in Pennsylvania charges that the DNC, the Pennsylvania Democratic Party and others involved in the party’s 2016 national convention failed to pay overtime wages to an estimated 50 national field organizers.

(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonexaminer.com

The low wage industries are exactly the ones that are helping to bring in masses of immigrants and other low income job seekers. What will happen if wages for unskilled and unqualified workers are increased? Think about it. Guaranteed inflation, less purchasing power, prices and cost of living would increase, illegal wage and crime generation, etc. This is a socialist tool and goal for qualified Americans to price themselves out of jobs or generating personal wealth through small businesses.

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Progress:How Los Angeles Is Becoming a ‘Third World’ City


“‘The organizer’s first job is to create the issues or problems,’ and ‘organizations must be based on many issues.’ The organizer ‘must first rub raw the resentments of the people of the community; fan the latent hostilities of many of the people to the point of overt expression. He must search out controversy and issues, rather than avoid them, for unless there is controversy people are not concerned enough to act.…An organizer must stir up dissatisfaction and discontent.’” –Saul Alinsky

Recognizing the source of the fixation …


 Masses of people are rather easy to hypnotize because of the action of suggestive words, the cooperation of common unconscious longings, and the increased suggestibility of a group…  In the political environment, an enemy is labeled with dishonorable adjectives. […]

The masses are caught in fixed suggestive associations. The acceptance of one such suggestive association leads to another. Every struggle against delusion must first be directed against authoritarian suggestions, against propaganda, against the fear of criticism. […]

Fear, fright, and intimidation may pass through long incubation periods and have extensive aftereffects on human thinking and the mind. The human brain is heavily burdened, and much time can elapse before the personality again finds the ability to stabilize itself.

From Delusion and Mass Delusion, (1949). A.M. Meerloo M.D.


As Sigmund Freud first warned, when virtually everything one person does leads another to the same compulsive conclusion, one may assume this is very important to those with the fixation and that if they get the chance they will likely do what they can to carry-out their obsession.

The first warning was a New York Daily News editorial on March 20, 2016, titled “Impeach Donald Trump: It’s not too early to start,” well before he was even the Republican nominee!

Now, President Trump has fired an FBI director virtually everyone in both parties recognized as unfit to continue in the job and then warned Russia about airplane terrorism — and the reaction is “impeach him.”

This is followed by big-time constitutional experts Laurence Tribe in the Washington Post and Nicholas Kristof in the New York Times preaching the necessity of impeachment.

Slate magazine published a seven-count impeachment indictment against the president: for accepting funds from foreign governments (emoluments), acting in enemy Russia’s interests, obstructing justice by firing James Comey and Sally Yates, intimidating witnesses (Comey), assaulting the judiciary (Judge Gonzalo Curiel), demeaning the integrity of public servants (numerous), and dereliction of duty in not appointing major sub-cabinet officials.

Got the picture?

While one might simply dismiss these as emotionally overwrought, President Andrew Johnson was actually impeached merely for trying to fire his Cabinet, the least controversial executive power. The actual charge makes no difference anyway, though “emolument” sounds serious and would do as well as anything.

Congressional Democrats do not have the votes for impeachment, but the media fracas cannot just be dismissed as irrational noise. Democrats only need a net increase of 26 seats in the House for a majority and Republicans hold 23 seats where Hillary Clinton won the presidential vote. Recent off-year elections in Kansas and Georgia show significant erosion in Republican support, in the former winning by only six points where Trump won by 26 and the latter almost losing in the first round in a district Trump won by only two points but Romney won by 24.

Unfortunately for Republicans, off-year elections are referenda on how well the president is doing. Trump only has support from roughly 40 percent of the public. Ronald Reagan had 42 percent support in 1982 and lost 26 House seats, Bill Clinton had 46 percent in 1994 and lost 54, and Barack Obama had 46 percent and lost 63 seats.

If Democrats win a majority of the House it is absolutely certain they will bring charges — and would receive every Democratic vote for Trump’s impeachment. This history should be a wake-up call for Congressional Republicans and the White House, who are frightened but immobilized simply proceeding with business as usual.

The good news for Republicans is that voters do not share the media obsession with the perfectly legal acts in the Slate indictment. What will determine the 2018 election is Obamacare. People care about their health. This was the political hot potato that decimated House Democrats under Obama and brought the GOP back to power and holds the same potential for Republicans.

The House passed a “repeal and replace” Obamacare bill hoping to cool things down but it passed by only a 217 to 213 vote, with no Democrat support and 20 Republicans voting against. It would end the mandate to purchase health insurance and replace it with higher rates for those who do not keep continuous insurance coverage. It would eliminate many Obamacare tax increases, cut nearly $900 billion from Medicaid and limit its future expansion, and would allow states to seek waivers to charge higher premiums for age and wellness conditions but replace this with separate high-risk coverage for those with uninsurable pre-existing conditions.

Like its predecessor, the bill is extremely complicated and of course is all summarized by the mainstream media as devastating to the poor and the sick. Who has the time to read all of the complex details anyway? The Senate is planning to start its review of Obamacare from scratch without worrying much what is in the House bill, making things even more complicated. Whether the House will pay much attention to a Senate product is problematic.

President Trump keeps insisting that Obamacare is dead from its own internal contradictions, with health insurers refusing to participate or increasing premiums substantially. As Aetna’s recent decision to quit Obamacare proves, he is correct but after two years whatever remains is going to be called Trumpcare whether he likes it or not.

Expecting anything rational to pass the congressional sausage factory is delusional. Mr. Trump’s only solution is to produce a viable replacement by executive regulation alone. President Obama showed the way by overriding the law with delays and exceptions from the beginning.

It can be done. Mandated benefits are a big part of the problem, forcing insurance to pay for relatively inexpensive “preventive” care that should be paid by cash rather than by insurance. Although this costs each individual little, when everyone is reimbursed by insurance the total cost is prohibitive, forcing extremely unpopular high deductibles for serious illnesses. While expensive individually these illnesses do not break the bank since relatively few need these procedures. Restoring rational insurance administratively is simple since, while these benefits are broadly listed in law, the Health and Human Services secretary can limit them.

The other fundamental problem with Obamacare is its enormous increase in Medicaid coverage for those well above the poverty line. President Obama had already granted Medicaid waivers allowing states flexibility and HHS Secretary Tom Price could greatly expand these and turn most regulation over to the states. Many states have risk pools and there are creative ways to enhance them through regulation. Obamacare tax penalties have already been halted through presidential order even though the law is still on the books and HHS has been ordered to minimize other Obamacare regulatory burdens, to “waive, defer, grant exemptions from, or delay its rules.”

So President Trump could do enough administratively to eliminate the worst aspects of Obamacare and restore enough rationality to the process to stop the disintegration of the health insurance market and his presidency. Most importantly, he can do it quickly to allow time to calm market fears before the election. Congress simply cannot act in time.

President Trump constantly tweets against Obamacare but often mixes the message with other less essential topics for his survival. He can endure budgets, deficient personnel practices, and controversial social policies, but health will determine his fate. Unless he places it as the number one priority, he will be enfeebled.

Mr. Trump has correctly understood that the mainstream culture and media are the opposition. While his Twitter list is indeed impressive it pales compared to theirs. He must focus on healthcare and get the Republican National Committee and the Congressional campaign committees to begin saturation public relations campaigns to demonstrate the failure of Obamacare and why Trumpcare is better.

Only an enormous public campaign starting right now even has a chance to prevent a massive defeat in 2018.

Otherwise prepare for impeachment, for that is the other side’s plan.

[Byline Donald Devine]

22 May 2017
The American Spectator

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Suppression = Oppression: Beware the Speech and Thought Police


Freedom of speech, where did it go?

Do we need more proof that perception is in the ear of the listener?

Remember, a hallmark of fascism is censorship. And even with this, when partisans of the left go into battle, they set out to destroy their opponents by stigmatizing them as “racists,” “sexists,” “homophobes” and “Islamophobes.” It is also why they so often pretend to be what they are not (“liberals” for example) and rarely say what they mean. Deception for them is a military tactic in a war that is designed to eliminate the enemy.

One thing is certain. There are many safe space-seeking crybabies so insulated from reality that the very existence of contrary worldviews causes them to need a new change of underwear every time they hear an opposing opinion.

“One of the most essential tasks of education for mental freedom is to prepare the child for mature adulthood by teaching it to see the essentials and by teaching it to think for itself.”

This is what happens when incompetency is promoted and indoctrination is the rule:

Sheriff Defends Controversial Facebook Post

DENTON, Texas — A North Texas sheriff who criticized “the left” and “political correctness” in a Facebook post after Monday’s terror attack in Manchester, England, defended his comments Tuesday.

“I stand behind it,” Denton County Sheriff Tracy Murphree told NBC 5. “We need to be realistic about the world we live in.”

The Manchester bombing, which happened at the end of an Ariana Grande concert, left at least 22 dead, including an 8-year-old girl. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack, though an American intelligence official could not verify that, according to the Associated Press. Manchester police identified the bomber as 22-year-old Salman Abedi, a Britain native who died in the attack.

Murphree’s Facebook post about 10 p.m. Monday implored Americans to “pay attention to what is happening in Europe.”

“This is what happens when you disarm your citizens,” Murphree wrote. “When you open your borders without the proper vetting. When you allow political correctness to dictate how you respond to an enemy that wants to kill you. When you allow these radicals to travel to Afghanistan and Iran and simply let them back in.”

He later wrote, “You better wake up America. While you are distracted by the media and the crying of the left, Islamic Jihadist are among us and want to kill you.”

Pay attention to what you see in Manchester England tonight. Pay attention to what is happening in Europe. This is…

Posted by Tracy Murphree on Monday, May 22, 2017

The post quickly attracted attention — both good and bad.

Murphree’s supporters praised him for “speaking and standing up for the truth,” as one comment said, while his critics accused him of fear mongering and ignorance.

The Dallas-Fort Worth chapter for the Council for Islamic Relations (CAIR) issued a press release, calling Murphree’s post an “Islamaphobic rant.”

“We call on Sheriff Murphree to reaffirm his pledge, and that of his officers, to serve and protect all Denton County residents regardless of their faith, ethnicity or national origin,” CAIR-DFW Civil Rights Director Nikiya Natale said in a statement.

In his interview with NBC 5, Murphree said, “A lot of folks want to make it a race issue. And to me, it’s not a race issue. It’s a public safety issue.”

Murphree caused a stir on social media last year, when he was running for office and posted on Facebook about the transgender bathroom issue.

“If my little girl is in a public women’s restroom and a man, regardless of how he may identify goes into that bathroom. He will then identify as a John Doe until he wakes up in what ever hospital he may be taken to,” the since-deleted post said, according to WFAA. “Your identity does not trump my little girls safety. I identify as a over protective father that loves his kids and would do anything to protect them.”

Murphree later told WFAA “it was a mistake for me to post that.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report

[Byline Ryan Osborne]

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Reposted from Officer.com


I have spent all my life under a Communist regime, and I will tell you that a society without any objective legal scale is a terrible one indeed. But a society with no other scale but the legal one is not quite worthy of man either.”  ~ Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

Beware the Thought Police, for they fully intend to make every falsehood a truth.

Yet we are encouraged to ponder, what actually makes people kill?  What part of educational or religious indoctrination, or the lack thereof, plays in this insane society we have designed? Perhaps it is simply one that teaches its young to hate, infiltrate, invade, terrorize, subvert, attack, murder, conquer, and subjugate.

Biological Hazard – Antibiotic resistant Mutant Superbug (Klebsiella pneumoniae): prolific urban distribution | Houston, Texas


ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE (03): USA (TEXAS) MULTIDRUG RESISTANT KLEBSIELLA PNEUMONIAE, CG307 PREDOMINANT CLONE
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Published Date: 2017-05-22 22:45:34
Subject: PRO/EDR> Antibiotic resistance (03): USA (TX) MDR K. pneumoniae, CG307 predominant clone
Archive Number: 20170522.5055025

Date: Wed 17 May 2017 3:58 PM ET
Source: NBC News [edited]

A dangerous strain of antibiotic-resistant bacteria is far more common in Houston than anyone knew and shows signs it can spread prolifically, researchers reported [Tue 16 May 2017].

It’s a specific strain of bacteria known as _Klebsiella pneumoniae_. The superbug is showing a special talent for picking up genes that give it the ability to resist a broad range of antibiotics, the team at Houston Methodist hospital system said. “It causes very serious infection in hospitalized patients,” said Dr James Musser, who led the study team. “What we discovered, surprisingly, is one of the major strains causing infection in our patients in Houston is genetically distinct from strains of this same germ causing human infections [elsewhere] in the United States,” Musser added.

Doctors and public health officials have been warning for years about the rise of drug-resistant superbugs. They are especially dangerous to patients in the hospital for extended periods of time but they can also be found in people with ordinary infections such as cystitis and pneumonia.

There have been some nightmarish outbreaks — like one in 2011 at the flagship National Institutes of Health’s clinical center in Bethesda, Maryland, that killed 7 people. That outbreak was caused by a strain of _Klebsiella_ resistant to a major class of antibiotics called carbapenems. Officials eventually discovered it was breeding in the hospital’s sinks. And just this past January [2017], doctors reported on the case of a Nevada woman who had traveled to India and died from a rare superbug that could not be killed by any antibiotic available in the U.S.

Musser’s team did an extended genetic analysis of 1777 _Klebsiella_ samples taken from patients at the 2000-bed Houston Methodist hospital system between 2011 and 2015. They found all sorts of tricks the bacteria had developed to resist antibiotics. That included plasmids — little cassette-like pieces of genetic material that different species of bacteria can swap. They are a very quick and easy way for bacteria to acquire resistance genes and are very worrying to infectious disease experts.

“We identified 15 strains expressing the New Delhi metallo-beta-lactamase-1 (NDM-1) enzyme that confers broad resistance to nearly all beta-lactam antibiotics,” the team reported in the journal mBio, published by the American Society for Microbiology [1].

These extended-spectrum beta-lactamase (ESBL) genes are especially dangerous and often kill patients. A once-rare strain of ESBL _Klebsiella_ called CG307 was unusually common, they found. That may mean there’s more to come, the team warned. “Our results may portend the emergence of an especially successful clonal group of antibiotic-resistant _K. pneumoniae_,” they concluded.

In other words, bacteria are actively trading a toolkit that makes them both deadly and resistant to treatment. The discovery in Houston, a diverse city of 6 million people that’s also a popular destination for people seeking medical treatment, is especially troubling, the researchers noted. The superbug is still around, by the way. “We confirmed that CG307 strains continue to be an abundant cause of infections in our hospital system by sequencing an additional 96 ESBL-producing _K. pneumoniae_ strains recovered in 2017,” the team wrote.

“Currently, unfortunately, there is no approved human vaccine against _Klebsiella pneumoniae_,” Musser said. “We desperately need to have a human vaccine.”

[Byline: Maggie Fox]

[1. Long SW, Olsen RJ, Todd N. Eagara TN, et al. Population Genomic Analysis of 1777 Extended-Spectrum Beta-Lactamase-Producing _Klebsiella pneumoniae_ Isolates, Houston, Texas: Unexpected Abundance of Clonal Group 307. mBIO 2017; 8(3). Published 16 May 2017. Available online at: http://mbio.asm.org/content/8/3/e00489-17.full. ]


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[The following is the edited abstract from the journal article referenced in the news report above:

Abstract
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_Klebsiella pneumoniae_ is a major human pathogen responsible for high morbidity and mortality rates. The emergence and spread of strains resistant to multiple antimicrobial agents and documented large nosocomial outbreaks are especially concerning. To develop new therapeutic strategies for _K. pneumoniae_, it is imperative to understand the population genomic structure of strains causing human infections.

To address this knowledge gap, we sequenced the genomes of 1777 extended-spectrum beta-lactamase-producing _K. pneumoniae_ strains cultured from patients in the 2000-bed Houston Methodist Hospital system between September 2011 and May 2015, representing a comprehensive, population-based strain sample. Strains of largely uncharacterized clonal group 307 (CG307) caused more infections than those of well-studied epidemic CG258. Strains varied markedly in gene content and had an extensive array of small and very large plasmids, often containing antimicrobial resistance genes. Some patients with multiple strains cultured over time were infected with genetically distinct clones.

We identified 15 strains expressing the New Delhi metallo-beta-lactamase 1 (NDM-1) enzyme that confers broad resistance to nearly all beta-lactam antibiotics. Transcriptome sequencing analysis of 10 phylogenetically diverse strains showed that the global transcriptome of each strain was unique and highly variable.

Experimental mouse infection provided new information about immunological parameters of host-pathogen interaction. We exploited the large data set to develop whole-genome sequence-based classifiers that accurately predict clinical antimicrobial resistance for 12 of the 16 antibiotics tested. We conclude that analysis of large, comprehensive, population-based strain samples can assist understanding of the molecular diversity of these organisms and contribute to enhanced translational research.

[The above was extracted from the full article, which is available at the source URL. – Mod.ML]

_Klebsiella pneumoniae_ are Gram-negative bacteria that can cause healthcare-associated infections, including pneumonia, urinary tract infections, bloodstream infections, wound or surgical site infections, and meningitis. They spread from patient to patient via contact with the contaminated hands of healthcare personnel or contaminated environmental surfaces. Patients at most risk are those who require mechanical ventilators or intravenous catheters, and patients who are taking long courses of antibiotics.

_K. pneumoniae_ have become increasingly multidrug resistant. The development of multiple-drug resistance allows _K. pneumoniae_ to persist in the hospital environment, in which antibiotic usage is widespread. Multidrug-resistant (MDR) _K. pneumoniae_ isolates frequently produce extended-spectrum β-lactamases (ESBLs) and/or carbapenemases in combination with quinolone and aminoglycoside resistance.

ESBLs are frequently plasmid-encoded beta-lactamases that hydrolyze extended-spectrum cephalosporins with an oxyimino side chain (cefotaxime, ceftriaxone, and ceftazidime), as well as the oxyimino-monobactam aztreonam. ESBLs also confer resistance to penicillins and older cephalosporins, but do not confer resistance to the carbapenems. However, _K. pneumoniae_ have also developed resistance to carbapenem antibiotics by the acquisition of certain transmissible plasmid-encoded beta-lactamases (carbapenemases) that destroys the carbapenems, as well as most other beta-lactam antibiotics. These organisms are named Klebsiella pneumoniae carbapenemase (KPC)-producers.

Because transmissible resistance plasmids can be shared between _Klebsiella_ spp. and other pathogens, these enzymes now been identified in several other species in the Enterobacteriaceae family and are called carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae or CRE.

Molecular typing procedures, such as multilocus sequence typing (MLST) and whole genome sequencing, have been used to classify _K. pneumoniae_ into ST and clonal groups (CG). The above investigation sequenced the genomes of 1777 ESBL-producing _K. pneumoniae_ strains cultured from patients in the 2000-bed Houston Methodist Hospital system between September 2011 and May 2015. The study found that CG307, an otherwise unusual clonal group caused more infections, for unknown reasons, in the Houston, Texas region throughout the study period (between September 2011 and May 2015), as well as in 2017, than CG258 that predominates elsewhere in the U.S. (http://aac.asm.org/content/53/8/3365.full). The study also found that 64.6 percent of the CG258 strains compared to 34.3 percent of the CG307 strains were KPC-producers and CG307 strains causing infections in Houston appeared to be as virulent as CG258 strains. – Mod.ML

A HealthMap/ProMED-mail map can be accessed at: http://healthmap.org/promed/p/245.]

See Also

Antibiotic resistance (02): WHO, priority pathogens 20170301.4871299
Antibiotic resistance (01): China: colistin, MCR-1 clin. Enterobacteriaceae isolates 20170129.4799871

2016
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Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae – Ireland: (LK) nosocomial, fatal, 2009-2015 20161124.4652418
Antibiotic resistance (04): India, China, environmental pollution 20161020.4574059
Antibiotic resistance (03): India (TG) environmental pollution 20161010.4548738
Antibiotic -resistant Enterobacteriaceae – USA: (CA) reportable 20161008.4545844
Gonococcal disease – USA (05): (HI) ceftriaxone plus azithromycin resistance 20160924.4513277
Antibiotic resistance (02): UN General Assembly 2016, WHO Global Action Plan 20160923.4511617
Antibiotic resistance: International Journal of Infectious Diseases, editorial 20160918.4497194
Antibiotic resistance – USA (06): ESBL, FQ, E. coli, UTI 20160918.4496481
Antibiotic resistance – France: non-MCR-1, colistin/carbapenem, 2014 20160916.4492825
Antibiotic resistance – USA (05): colistin, MCR-1, E. coli, new case, contacts 20160911.4479863
Gonococcal disease – UK (02): azithromycin resistance, spread, MSM, RFI 20160910.4479782
Antibiotic resistance, Salmonella – USA: NARMS, 2014 20160910.4478868
Antibiotic resistance – USA (04): (NJ) colistin/carbapenem, MCR-1, E. coli, human 20160902.4459453
Antibiotic resistance – Europe, Canada: colistin, MCR-1, E. coli, bovine, human 20160808.4400601
Antibiotic resistance – Germany: colistin, MCR-1, E. coli, poultry, 2010 – 2015 20160728.4374873
Gonococcal disease – USA (03): increasing azithromycin resistance, 2014 20160716.4349791
Antibiotic resistance – Belgium: colistin, MCR-2, plasmid, E. coli, pigs, calves 20160709.4335297
Antibiotic resistance – Portugal: colistin, MCR-1, Salmonella, Cu tolerance 20160703.4323241
Antibiotic resistance – USA (03): (NY) colistin, MCR-1, E. coli, human 20160630.4317770
Antibiotic resistance – multicountry: colistin, MCR-1, E. coli, gull 20160630.4313655
Antibiotic resistance, Salmonella – Africa: (sub-Saharan) fluoroquinolones 20160617.4293589
Antibiotic resistance – USA (02): colistin, MCR-1, E. coli, pig 20160616.4290293
Antibiotic resistance – USA: colistin, MCR-1, E. coli, human, pig 20160528.4251552
Antibiotic resistance – Denmark: AR genes, archived soil, 1923-2010 20160224.4047676
Antibiotic resistance – Italy: colistin, MCR-1, E. coli, turkeys, 2014 20160113.3933461
Antibiotic resistance – Canada: colistin, MCR-1, E. coli, grd. beef, human, 2010 20160106.3915891
Gonococcal disease – UK: (England) azithromycin monotherapy resistance, RFI 20160103.3907866
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The Proper Abuse of Political Correctness …


New Orleans, Louisiana — Now Enter at Your Own Risk!

Lessons From New Orleans

A New Orleans Heritage removal site

A New Orleans Heritage removal site Image: Lessons From New Orleans

A New Orleans Heritage removal site

A New Orleans Heritage removal site. Image: Lessons From New Orleans

The New Orleans, Louisiana mayor emulates an ISIS mentality as he has historical heritage markers and monuments removed and discarded by masked individuals, under guard, and in some cases during the middle of the night, without any voter referendum, because his edict now claims them and their historical significance  to be regarded as a pubic nuisance. The images above portray the non-inclusive replacements he is providing for brave tourist and/or citizens to view, that are daring enough to visit this crime ridden, politically corrected, democrat managed, historically revised hell hole that was once a great culturally diversified Southern U.S. city.

“If you want to explain the promulgation of themes intrinsic to interethnic amity and tolerance, it helps to find people who  have profited from the promulgation, and these will generally be people who are in one sense or another playing non-zero sum games across ethnic bounds.” –Robert Wright

Indeed, “… one should carefully judge the symbol in the context in which it appears.”

So then, when it comes down to celebrating other people’s heritage and history, they can all just go to hell…. is that what you are telling us?

Or maybe these monuments represent ‘honorable’ men who fought for their principles, and whose principles were worth fighting for. Seems this has become a double-standard, and is what is most unsettling for all but the useful idiot and moron.

Celebrating Perversity


“New York Times has more sympathy for a democrat child molester than his victims.”

In fighting for the right to molest children, …“There’s a sadness for the loss of a (dysfunctional lifestyle advocate and attention whore) leader who has put himself on the front line of many of these (homosexual) causes that have been so important to us…”

Related: 4th accuser says Seattle mayor paid him for sex

First they told us homosexuality was normal, contrary to natural law
Then they claimed transgenderism was the new normal.
Now they are attempting to convince us to normalize pederasty.
Should we be concerned about our animals being next?

The connection between homosexuality and pederasty is well documented in scientific literature and crime statistics. The Seattle mayor is but another example. Male homosexuals, having no womb; this is how they reproduce themselves.

Besides, would calling one member of a LGBTQ couple “husband” not be considered a “heteronormative” thought crime by that irrational segment of a society?


Flashback:

In 2014, the National Health Interview Survey, which is the government’s premier tool for annually assessing Americans’ health and behaviors, found that 1.6 percent of adults self-identify as gay or lesbian, and 0.7 percent consider themselves bisexual.

The overwhelming majority of adults, 96.6 percent, labeled themselves as straight in the 2013 survey. An additional 1.1 percent declined to answer, responded “I don’t know the answer” or said they were “something else.”

CDC: Less than 3 percent of the U.S. population identify themselves as gay, lesbian or bisexual, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Tuesday in the first large-scale government survey measuring Americans’ sexual orientation.  Are they insinuating it is a “Social Disease?”  Perhaps like “gun violence?”  Or maybe it’s just a “Sport.”

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Meanwhile, The Obama administration’s priorities were on display yesterday (May 17, 2014).  Weasel Zippers noticed that now ex-President Obama and a number of United States embassies commemorated ‘International Day Against Homophobia Or Transphobia’ while ignoring Armed Forces Day on Twitter.


… the more familiar people are with the concepts of thought control and menticide, the more they understand the nature of the propaganda barrage directed against them, the more inner resistance they can put up, even though inevitably some of the inquisitor’s suggestions will leak through the barrier of conscious mental defense.

–“The Rape of the Mind: The Psychology of Thought Control, Menticide, and Brainwashing” (1956)., Joost A. M. Meerloo, M.D.,

Fatal “Political correctness” and ‘Folks Who Want to Cause Mischief’ strike again…Terrorist suicide bomber in need of understanding suspected.


Headlines: Human-caused Health Threat – UK Terrorist Attack

(London’s Islamist mayor) Sadiq Khan FINALLY responds to London terror attack after being slammed for ‘silence’

Flashback: Sadiq Khan: London’s Muslim mayor says terror attacks ‘part and parcel’ of living in a major city.

Manchester incident: Latest updates [BBC]

Manchester Arena explosion: 19 killed in ‘terror attack by suicide bomber’ at Ariana Grande concert

At Least 19 Killed in Possible Suicide Blast at Manchester Arena Concert Featuring Ariana Grande

Manchester Arena explosion at Ariana Grande gig kills 19 and injures 50 as cops swarm to treat wounded concertgoers

“This is the lesson we have to learn, that of the two types of courage, that which consists in living is greater than that which aims at dying. We have to learn that sacrifice of one’s life, though it may be a necessary means to an end, is not an end in itself. As a free people, we must choose the affirmative courage of life, not the negative sacrifice of death.” –A.M. Meerloo, Total War and the Human Mind, 1944.

It is profoundly likely that the psychopathic perpetrator(s) of this event have a very high Mohammad coefficient, and believe no one is so secure or safe from a dedicated jihadist willing to die in the commission of their deeds of insanity.

They “believe in belief” — they themselves don’t always even believe, but want others to believe (or be put to death).

See Also

Neo-Nazi Converts to Islam, Slaughters Friends for Disrespecting Faith