Why Would Communist Nations Need Capital?

“The New World Order is a world that has a supernational authority to regulate world commerce and industry; an international organization that would control the production and consumption of oil; an international currency that would replace the dollar; a World Development Fund that would make funds available to free and Communist nations alike; and an international police force to enforce the edicts of the New World Order.” Former West German Chancellor, Willy Brandt.
I mean:

In political and social sciences, communism (from Latin communis, “common, universal”)[1][2] is the philosophical, social, political, and economic ideology and movement whose ultimate goal is the establishment of thecommunist society, which is a socioeconomic order structured upon the common ownership of the means of production and the absence of social classes, money,[3][4] and the state.[5][6]

So ?????

 

Sweden Isn’t A Country Anymore, Just A Place On A Map

https://voiceofeurope.com/2018/12/sweden-father-arrested-for-beating-burglar-who-took-his-7-year-old-son-hostage-with-a-gun/

The 45-year-old burglar broke into a flat in Malmö. He was confronted by the family who lives there, whereupon he grabbed one of the children, a 7-year-old. He then allegedly put his gun in the boy’s mouth.

When the child’s grandmother saw this, she screamed and managed to snatch the child. Then the boy’s father came into the room and the two men started fighting.

The father “flipped out” and hit the gunman so hard that he lost consciousness and suffered severe head injury, a source tells Aftonbladet.

The police then came to the site and seized the burglar – and also the father. Since then, he has been locked up and detained, suspected of aggravated assault.

This is where all of the West is heading unless men get on their asses. Does Amazon sell those yellow vests, or are they considered the equal of the CSA battle flag?

As for the burglar… it’s blood eagle time.

 

 

Men Appeared to Benefit More Than Women…

In this worldwide intervention study, participants lost an average of 11% body weight and showed significant improvements in insulin resistance (change in HOMA‐IR, −1.4; P < 0.001) after an 8‐week LED. There were differences in other metabolic outcomes according to gender; men appeared to benefit more than women. Men lost significantly more body weight than women, and had larger reductions in metabolic syndrome Z‐score, C‐peptide, FM and heart rate, even after adjusting for differences in weight loss (%). In contrast, women had larger reductions in HDL cholesterol, hip circumference, BMC, FFM and pulse pressure than men, again after adjustment for differences in weight loss (%). As declines in HDL cholesterol, BMC and lean mass are generally not supportive of long‐term health, it is of general interest to determine whether rapid weight loss with a LED compromises the health of some women. Therefore, it is of importance to investigate whether the long‐term effects of rapid weight loss are indeed more beneficial for men than for women with regard to prevention of both type‐2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

Previous studies have reported that differences in metabolic outcome according to gender occur because men mobilize more intra‐abdominal fat than women during weight loss, and that this is accompanied by a more pronounced improvement in the metabolic risk profile.121415 In the present study, we found important differences when comparing outcomes between women and men, both before and after adjusting for differences in weight loss (%). This suggests intrinsic differences in how men and women adapt to dietary energy deficits.

But since we know that gender is a social construct this study must be bunk.

 

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dom.13466

Reclaiming The Freedom To Think

Linked by BV over at Spawny’s:

https://thefederalist.com/2018/12/10/john-taylor-gatto-helped-parents-children-regain-freedom-think/

With “Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives,” (1949-1953) school is “a tool to classify the ways individuals are to act, think, or feel as the result of some unit of instruction.” Using methods of behavioral psychology, children would learn proper thoughts, feelings, and actions, and have their improper attitudes brought from home “remediated.” Today, such a utopian agenda goes by the name “Social and Emotional Learning,” and it is being pushed hard into all of the schools under the banner of Common Core.

From Rockefeller’s General Education Board’s 1906 document:

“in our dreams people yield themselves with perfect docility to our molding hands…The task we set before ourselves is very simple…we will organize children…and teach them to do in a perfect way the things their fathers and mothers are doing in an imperfect way.”

According to the work, “Social Control,” by Edward A. Ross in 1901:

“Plans are underway to replace community, family and church with propaganda, education and mass media…the State shakes loose from Church, reaches out to School…People are only little plastic lumps of human dough.”’

Gatto attests that when people are interested in learning, they can learn all of the basics of reading, math, and writing in about 100 hours of attentive study. The mind simply fires away at the connections, when allowed and encouraged to do so. Given that fact, why would public mass schooling demand approximately 25,000 hours of a person’s life?

The obvious answer is so that person’s life can be socially engineered, and children’s independent maturity can be retarded, or even stopped. Gatto doesn’t shrink from calling this psychic violence in the name of social efficiency, and humiliation is the tool it uses: “Something in the structure of schooling calls for violence…[schools] are state-of-the-art laboratories in humiliation.”

What, if anything, good can you say about public education in this country? Here’s the PISA ranking for the U.S.:

The U.S. in 39th in Math and 25th in Science. That sucks and yet we spend more on education than any other country in the world:

The United States spends more money educating its young people than any other nation, according to Education at a Glance 2017, the most recent study from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), which compiles educational data from nations across the globe each year. In 2014, the U.S. spent an average of $12,157 per student on elementary and secondary education, over 30% more than the OECD average of $9,419.

I put a lot on the blame on teacher’s unions, which make protecting crappy teachers a priority while placing actually educating kids at the bottom of their list.

Of course, Education majors being some of the least talented students entering colleges doesn’t help:

I think people really need to consider home schooling if they can’t afford to pay for good private schools.

“In some situations, the government could even compel the individual or a small group of people to carry this out in secret.”

https://www.wired.com/story/australia-encryption-law-global-impact/

The new law also allows officials to approach specific individuals—such as key employees within a company—with these demands, rather than the institution itself. In practice, they can force the engineer or IT administrator in charge of vetting and pushing out a product’s updates to undermine its security. In some situations, the government could even compel the individual or a small group of people to carry this out in secret. Under the Australian law, companies that fail or refuse to comply with these orders will face fines up to about $7.3 million. Individuals who resist could face prison time.

Well, really the best way to proceed is act like EVERYTHING you send across the internet will be captured and inspected for crimethink. Most likely it has been for several years. Apple probably folded well before 2015 and has been secretly handing over anything the government wants for years.

 

Australia has nearly completed the circle back to it’s prison camp origins.

A Generation of Hot House Flowers

http://bwog.com/2018/11/30/nimesh-patel-stand-up-routine-cut-short-due-to-uncomfortable-jokes/

Nimesh Patel, a comedian known for being the first Indian-American writer for Saturday Night Live, had his stand-up routine at cultureSHOCK cut short earlier tonight due to uncomfortable jokes. cultureSHOCK, an event hosted by the Asian American Alliance, is a charity performance showcase that aims to provide a space to celebrate Asian American expression. Patel was one of the main events promoted beforehand.

However, his jokes quickly progressed to uncomfortable territory, including one about a gay black man who lives in his neighborhood and how “[I]t made me realize that being gay is definitely not a choice because no one wants to be gay and black.” The tension in the room increased as Patel told more jokes in this vein until organizers of the event went up on stage to stop him, citing a change in program plans.

Patel questioned why this was happening. The organizers replied that the person in charge of tech had to leave early, but Patel continued to claim that he was being cut off because the audience didn’t like his jokes. At one point, one organizer told Patel he was being disrespectful.

So a comedian at an event called cultureSHOCK gets the boot because he made some pansies feel uncomfortable. What’s that thing that guy said about being unable to distinguish parody from reality anymore?

Found the link at the Zman’s post for today.

https://thezman.com/wordpress/?p=15722