Month: May 2020
From CNN: Minnesota officials say outsiders are hijacking protests and ‘attacking civil society’
The governor said he understands that “Minnesotans’ … inability to deal with inequality” and racism catalyzed the protests — but he said rough estimates indicate only 20% of protesters there are Minnesotans.
Minnesota officials say outsiders are hijacking protests and ‘attacking civil society’ https://www.cnn.com/2020/05/30/us/george-floyd-protests-saturday/index.html
The Ameriweenies at work!
Why are our urban police forces so capable of dealing with people who violate the lockdown, of trying to reopen their businesses, of violating social distancing, or daring to go maskless? But they are ordered to back down and watch looters and arsonists at work? These are the same leaders, Ameriweenies all, who imprison women who reopen beauty salons, who threaten to drag swimmers from the ocean, but who release the incarcerated lest they contract COVID-19!
And then they’ll wonder why people arm themselves.
Watch the Country Burn!
Watch the country burn! Watch Trump’s election assured! 1968 didn’t give us a Liberal president. 1968 gave us Nixon!
What’s the title of my Weblog?
What’s the title of my You Tube Channel?
THE ABYSS BECKONS! Watch it! Watch it! Watch it! Look over the edge! Look over the edge into the chasm! THE ABYSS BECKONS!
Next step? Venit bello civili!
Abe promises bulk order to Trump, ‘king of ventilators’ : The Asahi Shimbun
I predicted this a month ago. We are going to have a huge surplus. What’s the shelf life of a ventilator? Anyone know?
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe promised U.S. President Donald Trump in a phone call that Japan would purchase about 1,000 excess ventilators from the United States, according to Japanese government sources.
The bulk order is an about-face, after the government previously declined offers from Washington, maintaining it was well stocked.
“They are ready for shipping any day now,” Trump told Abe in the May 8 phone call, reportedly in a good mood over the prime minister’s pledge for the extra machines, sources said.
Just days before, Washington approached Tokyo with a sales pitch, looking to offload some of its newfound surplus of the medical equipment, but it was initially rejected.