On Equality

I was reading an interesting article about what conceptually what equality means in America historically: http://www.amerika.org/politics/understanding-the-constitutional-notion-of-equality/

At UC Davis I had a great professor Nicolas Dungy. He was pretty radical. Very into Howard Zinn, Friedrich Nietzsche, Hobbes , Locke, and Heidegger. He often threw his chalk and erasers at students.

In his class we were taught that the US concept of equality was Locke and Hobbes derived. In a state of nature we are all equally vulnerable to being killed by each other. The professor demonstrated this by pulling a student from his chair onto the ground, and pretending to kick the crap out of him. That is a state of nature. Chaos.

Under a Constitutional government that equality is suspended and reversed to where we are supposedly guaranteed to be equal in terms of our right to be alive, to be allowed to collect private property, and to pursue happiness.

The irony is that the government is now tyrannous and goes around killing everyone, stealing their property, while taxing everyone to death. Meanwhile, the state also puts numerous obstacles to economic and personal well being. It intrudes into almost every element of our lives.

Modern governments have misinterpreted the phrase equality. Instead of using equality as a baseline to prevent mistreatment from government and from private individuals, it has been treated as an economic price floor at which lower class people get their lifestyles subsidized by the higher classes. The end result of this Marxist version of equality (so wrongly applied to the American economy) is a fascist nanny state and giant bureaucracy that grows ever larger. Eventually, over many years, the level of taxation and regulatory repression has become so great that the long term outlook for the country is completely negative. You can thank Marx, Lenin, and the left wing in America for creating such a tyrannous leviathan of a government, all in the name of their misguided fancy ideals.

‘The Foreigner’ is Popcorn-Drool Anti-White Trash

So I went to see this Jackie Chan movie that has been out almost a month called The Foreigner. Chan plays a poor bereaved Chinese ex-patriot whose daughter gets killed by an IRA bomb. It is set in the current day, so this is a joke. Enter Pierce Brosnan as a boring corporate IRA boardroom type guy (talk about boring settings). Brosnan does every scene with 15 white thugs, and fills a ridiculous stereotype that if you have an Irish accent, you are therefor either in the mob or you are a cop. The other good guy besides Chan is a black embassy officer, and it becomes clear early in the film that white people are evil. Also its obvious about five minutes in that Brosnan is the bad guy, and his little act pretending to be Mr. Reformed Bomber Guy is a fail.

To make matters worse, there must have been some kind of popcorn promotion at the theatre I attended. As the trailers about AMC’s shitty soda and popcorn proceeded, fat slob whites and Mexicans surrounded me like the Alamo, with loud slobbering sounds of buttery cholesterol death and straw slurping corn syrup clogging.

My girlfriend simultaneously decided to start browbeating me regarding relationship bullshit. I was forced to relocate to a less odorous, less slobbery section (near the exit). But slobs proceeded to stake positions around me and took my seat as I got up for 5 seconds for fresh air and recomposing. At this point (which was about twelve minutes into the film) I felt I would have to vomit if I stayed in this disgusting theatre.

As I went outside Mexican families waddled by with disgusting filled popcorn boxes the size of their upper frame, while towing two extra plastic bags (each) of even more enormous popcorn. This was truly shocking and nauseating. It was like Day of the Popcorn. These people were fucking popcorn zombies I am telling you.

So I went to the front counter and told them the crowd was disgusting and chewing more popcorn than I had ever seen in my entire life. And I was able to get a full refund.

Mandalay Massacre’s Saudi Connection

Remember how I told you Vegas shooting involved the Sauds and the rejection of their money laundering schemes? Well look! Today the Saudi prince who owns 4 seasons in Las Vegas (named Prince Talal) was arrested for just that :

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-11-04/shocking-purge-saudi-king-arrests-billionaire-prince-bin-talal-others-anti-money-lau

This prince owned the top four floors of Mandalay Bay, which comprises the Four Seasons Hotel. He is a top Citi shareholder and I saw him interviewed on CNBC business news just a week ago.

https://www.tigerdroppings.com/rant/politics/saudis-owns-the-upper-floors-of-mandalay-bay/72721580/

Did you know the Saudi Air Force booked a whole floor at Mandalay Bay on the night of the massacre?

https://www.reviewjournal.com/business/casinos-gaming/middle-east-air-force-books-entire-hotel-tower-on-las-vegas-strip/

The Vegas shooting involved the rejection of Saudi and Philippines based money laundering schemes by the old guard Jewish and Italian casino interests from Vegas and Atlantic City. Trump is a part of the old guard, who got tired of doing the dirty work for the other mobs. The attacks targeted the industry he holds dearly. Another thing is that the attacks (along with the US Navy ship sinking(s) earlier this year) mark a shift in ISIS and the deep state away from the ME and towards the Philippines.

We also told you Paddock was involved in gun running and child smuggling. Coincidentally a horse name Gun Runner just won the Breeder’s Cup today. Coincidence? Or Illuminati coding??

https://www.sbnation.com/2017/11/4/16607478/2017-breeders-cup-classic-results-gun-runner

Thank You For Your Service Says ‘Fuck You’ to Kneelers

Everywhere I go in Salinas these days people pull me aside to talk shit about the NFL kneelers. “Too many people in my family died for that flag”, “Those motherfuckers”, and stuff like that are the common small talk here. To start with, fans were not happy their local team the Raiders up and decided to move to Vegas despite sell-outs. Meanwhile the 49ers lost all their first 7 or 8 games, following the Colin Kap debacle where he started the kneeling trend.

I wasn’t expecting much from “Thank You For Your Service,” but I ended up being very pleasantly surprised. This film, which stars Miles Teller and is directed by the writer-producer of “American Sniper,” paints a bleak picture of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It shows the terror of war by following three Iraq War vets through their post-war experiences, which tend to be scarier than any horror film I’ve seen this year. One of the soldiers is an African American who has almost completely lost his ability to remember dates. Your heart goes out to him. Because the film is a true story, the resolution is not as exciting as it seems like it could be. But it’s a powerful film, and Amy Schumer (who I’m not wild about) is fine in a straight dramatic role. This movie is definitely worth seeing and probably better than “American Sniper.” Don’t miss it if you like serious films!

Metroid II for Nintendo 3DS: A+

I wasn’t sure how the new “Metroid II: The Return of Seamus” game for the 3DS was going to be, but I love it! It captures the feel of the old 2D side-scrolling games (as a re-imagining and expansion of the original “Metroid II” game) while offering better controls, graphics, and gameplay. It shows the incredible power of the Nintendo 3DS system off to a tee and made me want to play more 3DS games! Rather than making unnecessary “Tomb Raider” reboot films, they ought to make a “Metroid’ movie. That would be cool! This game is definitely worth the money.

The State of Horror Magazines

Ever since childhood friends in Virginia introduced me to R-rated horror films (in 1986 when I was 10), I have been a true horror Fanatic. From the age of 12 onward, I would see every horror film and read every Fangoria magazine I could get my hands on. I learned so much about how these films are made and what new films were being released!

Cinemafantastique is another one I loved that stopped putting out issues in 2006. They had great horror, science fiction, and fantasy reviews! Now that Fangoria Magazine has bit the dust (as a print magazine at least), where should the horror fan go to learn about cool horror films (new and old)?

I have been checking out Dark Side Magazine, Phantom of The Movies Videoscope, and Horror Hound. Dark Side Magazine is an imported British magazine which suggests that the Brits are greater horror fanatics than American audiences. They seem to cover every movie under the sun and do an excellent job.

However, my favorite is Phantom of The Movies Videoscope, which I have been reading off and on since 1995 and which has the best interviews, commentary, and video reviews. It’s quarterly and $6.95 in the U.S, I often pick up Horror Hound but I’m not as impressed with it because the covers make it seem like there is more actual content than there actually is. So Dark Side Magazine and Phantom of the Movies Videoscope rule, while “Horror Hound” does not! Happy horror reading!

Vegas Massacre Helicopter Theory

Helicopter flight information. Link to original article: http://www.rigorousintuition.ca/board2/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=40709&start=1140

This article goes exactly along with the theory I had published on http://www.Amerika.org a few weeks ago in my article (a few weeks ago): http://www.amerika.org/politics/in-mandalay-massacre-official-narrative-hides-the-truth/

LAS VEGAS (INTELLIHUB) — Flight records, aircraft transponder data, and video footage all reveal that covert air assault and EXFIL operations may have transpired on the night of the massacre.

Some highlights from the Intellihub article:

 

“To reiterate, the helicopter that arrived over the rooftop of the Delano and hovered for over one-minute was a separate helicopter than the first three.”

“The red arrow points to the exact location where the helicopter was captured on flight radar hovering between 10:21 and 10:22 p.m. Note that it is directly over the Delano Hotel’s southwest rooftop to the foot. (Screenshot via Google Maps) (modified)”

“Flashes can be seen emitting from the exact spot the Mustang Leasing LLC choppers N854MH, N848MH, and N858MH were captured on radar hovering just 10-minutes prior to the shooting when their transponders all simultaneously stopped transmitting.”

“I also must point out that according to FAA records nothing should be in the airspace beyond the two buildings at that time and that there is no structure beyond the buildings which would warrant shooting from that elevation (i.e. the flashes are occurring in free air.)”

“At 6:47 – 7:00 in the video, what appears to be muzzle flashes can be seen at different levels in the sky. (Screenshot via Arch Angel Studios/YouTube)”

“As a caveat, at 6:52 into the video a shot can be seen coming from room 32-134 which is the room directly adjacent to Stephen Paddock’s suite. Astonishingly, the flash looks the same as the flashes in the sky. It appears that the shooter in room 32-134 is firing at the same time as the flashes in the sky can be seen! It appears to be a simultaneous volley of gunfire.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For Gory Fun See Jigsaw

You have to give “Jigsaw” credit: it delivers exactly what you would expect from an eighth “Saw” film.  The plot is absurd, the traps are ingenious and gory, and the actors manage to keep a straight face for the whole film.  Set 10 years after “Saw 3D: The Final Chapter,” it chronicles a new set of tortures and killings.  They would seem to be the handiwork of Jigsaw (Tobin Bell), but he died of cancer, right?  Although the storyline is not very surprising, the film is slicker than the previous films and moves a lot faster.  I don’t think horror fans will be disappointed with this entry.  If you like any of the “Saw” movies, check “Jigsaw” out!

Other Side of the Door: B+

If you think you would enjoy a cross between “Pet Sematary” and “The Changeling,” you’re in luck because “The Other Side of the Door” is a spooky flick! It’s about an American family living in India who lose their youngest child in a tragic accident. Devastated by the loss of the child, the mother learns of a way she can talk to her son one last time. It involves digging up his body, cremating it, and taking the ashes to a creepy temple. The mother can talk to her son there but there’s a catch: don’t open the temple door! As you can probably guess, the mother opens the door, and the terror begins! This is a very well-acted and directed movie and it is unique that it is set in India. The director made the recent “47 Meters Down” and is someone to watch. While not a masterpiece, “The Other Side of the Door” works very well and recommended to horror fanatics everywhere! And remember: don’t open the door!