Nitzakhon

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The 7.3 Billion Dollar, er, Person Question

—– OK, most of us have seen the above picture and know at least the outline of the story behind that monument.  There are several things in the construction of this edifice that truly set my personal alarm claxons off: Nobody knows where the money for this came from.  The identity of the financiers is …

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Quick Takes

One: The Left ruins everything it touches —– —– Our host tipped me off to this piece up about the “wokification” and corrupting of Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings which was, actually, the first true long and weighty piece of literature I ever read.  In that tip our host stated (italics in original): The trend …

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Collection of Covid Info

All links are presented “as is” and I make no guarantee for the accuracy / truthfulness of any. However, as a pattern of what I’ve been observing, all the links presented here – and yes, I leave many I read out (believe it or not!) – seem to me to fit into a unified and …

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Quick Takes

As I attempt – between work, kidlings, and a micromanaging wife with a metastasizing honeydew/”I want” list heedless of my own job and our budget – to put the finishing touches on a couple of substantive posts so I’m happy with them and the conclusions reached I thought I’d dash out a few things lumped …

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Collection of Covid Info

This is a new feature permitted by our host.  Let’s see how it goes.  Doing my best to spread “misinformation”. All links are presented “as is” and I make no guarantee for the accuracy / truthfulness of any. However, as a pattern of what I’ve been observing, all the links presented here – and yes, …

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Prayer request

My wife’s father just got diagnosed with cancer. Bad. Bleeding, can’t keep food down, unable to talk already. Double plus ungood. If he goes – and I believe he will – it’ll be the second death (from cancer!) in my wife’s close family within a couple of months. Her uncle was the first. Please say …

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Unsettling Connections

In my youth I loved the PBS show Connections, and subsequently Connections 2 and Connections 3, all hosted by James Burke.  Thanks to prompts and an emphasis on education by my parents, plus a (cough) rather high IQ, I became someone who often could see disparate things and put them together into patterns to understand …

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Cartoon: Jab’s Witnesses and the Covid Cult

OK, the creative juices have been flowing, the cartoonist engaged and loving the idea, so here is my latest cartoon concept executed – again – wonderfully: —— —– I hope you like it. This was inspired by the news that multiple places are organizing door to door campaigns.  E.g., in Michigan, Louisiana, Connecticut, Florida, etc.  …

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The resolution carries…

Of all the scenes in the notable miniseries “John Adams” this strikes me as the most pivotal – among many, of course. These men were committing high treason and understood fully their fate if they did not succeed. Happy Birthday to my beloved America. —–

Reversing the Exodus

(This post is modified from its original appearance at GraniteGrok.) I am a Zionist Jew interested in the goings-on in Israel, my spiritual home, and thus subscribe to a variety of news sources.  Some are on the Right, some are on the Left, some are a mix, a couple are wingnut, but I peruse them …

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Quick Takes

—– “White Americans who have never had a racist thought in their lives are tired of being constantly accused of racism.” Agree. I try and want to live by those famous and noble words: —– —– I really want to.  But, dammit, it’s getting harder and harder to do so when I see instance after …

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Cartoon: Jabbed vs. Unjabbed

This should not need much introduction, whether on the subject matter or the source / inspiration of. —– —– And, as is my wont, reprising an older one: —– —– Which, really, defines the vast majority of the Left’s argument. Envy is one of the most corrosive of sins, whether in the Ten Commandments or …

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Hitler’s Missing Speech

So I’ve “gotten into it” any number of times about Hitler being a Socialist, that you can’t say NAZI without understanding it comes from “National Socialist German Worker’s Party”, and so on.  And there is plenty of evidence that he was, indeed, a Socialist. —– —– I was born and raised in the “People’s Republic …

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Quick Takes

So I needed blood drawn today.  Went to the local lab clinic and there were “You must wear a mask” on signs everywhere. I didn’t. Nobody said anything.  Maybe they assumed I’ve been Jabbed.  But it didn’t say anything about “If you’re vaccinated, no mask” just Thou Shalt Wear a Face Diaper plastered everywhere. F …

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Just Give Me Yavneh

The title is opaque; this is deliberate.  All will be clear by the end.  And my apologies – the length got away from me. —– 29-ERS On my old blog I wrote several essays, primarily focused on gun control but not exclusively, to the effect that so many people I know – especially, bafflingly, my …

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Quick Takes

In the interest of “throwing something together” here are a few assorted topics for you, in our host’s tradition: 1. Hyperinflation & the economic crash.  They are a-comin’.  Deutsche Bank Issues a Terrifying Warning for America Under Biden: On Monday, Deutsche Bank released a report that further confirms a portent of doom for the U.S. …

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Why I want to catch COVID

So this last weekend I was sniffing, sneezing, coughing up my lungs, and even had a mild fever.  Not typically a day napper, I took not one but two naps on Saturday.  I couldn’t focus (unusual for me even with a cold) and more or less autopiloted my way through the weekend.  I did not …

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Oh (my G-d), Canada

I have made the acquaintance of a number of Canadian patriots over the last couple of years.  I will occasionally send them links specific to Canada, chat, email back and forth, and have been getting to know one particular person in more depth through many discussions. This person has been very active in fighting the …

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Cartoon: Masks and Vaccines Macht Frei

—– (This slightly-edited post originally appeared at GraniteGrok – and, last I knew, I had our host’s permission to cross-post in either direction.) —– So, the background of this cartoon: I was in one of my favorite local-area bakeries, family-owned.  A classic small business which, preferentially, I support even if more expensive than the same …

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Reading the Tells and Survival (Part 2 of 2)

Continued from Part 1 THE SECOND KEY TELL I hinted at it in an above bullet point. Were we facing an actual and existential threat to humanity from Covid we’d be throwing everything including the kitchen sink at it.  HCQ, Ivermectin, Vitamin D and C and Zinc supplements.  Anything! Everything!  I remember one Bill Whittle …

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