Monday, January 31, 2022

Penzy's: The arrogance of the left

Spice company learns the hard way about the wisdom of going 'woke'

Infantilizing college students.


While not naming a specific campus speaking engagement, Colorado State University is offering 17 different resources to any students and staff "affected by a free speech event." 

Last week, the Rockies Territory chapter of Turning Point USA posted a photo of the sign to its Instagram account. The sign on the campus from Colorado State University reads: "If you (or someone you know) are affected by a free speech event on campus, here are some resources."

The sign then lists 17 different departments, offices, "cultural centers," or "student diversity programs" that students and faculty can access if they were hurt by free speech they heard at the school that has a $31,712tuition for out-of-state students.

  • Dean of Students
  • Office of Equal Opportunity
  • CSU Health Network Counseling
  • Ombuds 
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Multicultural Counseling
  • Vice President of Inclusive Excellence
  • Victim's Assistance Hotline
  • Incidents of Bias Reporting
  • Free Speech
  • Asian Pacific American Cultural Center
  • Black/African American Cultural Center
  • Native American Cultural Center
  • El Centro
  • Pride Resource Center
  • Student Disability Center
  • Women and Gender Advocacy Center
Campus Reform reported, "Departments and programs were also designated for minority students, including Student Diversity Program centers for Asian Pacific, Black/African, and Native Americans. Service and Cultural resources provided spaces for LGBTQ+ students, students with disabilities, and included the Women and Gender Advocacy Center."
Even university staff are offered assistance if they were triggered by a free speech event with services from the Office of Ombuds and the Employee Assistance Program.

In 2019, Colorado State University president Joyce McConnell sent an email to students that lumped a future appearance by Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk along with CSU students wearing blackface and graffiti of a swastika on campus.

In October, Colorado State University sent emails to unvaccinated students declaring any student without proof of vaccination against COVID-19 is "trespassing." CSU threatened unvaccinated students with the possibility of being arrested or cited for trespassing.

The university walked back the threats a few days later, and told Fox News they are "not arresting students who are unvaccinated." However, CSU also proclaimed that students must provide proof of vaccination or declare an approved exemption to access the campus. 

Sunday, January 30, 2022

6 people charged in organized ambush thefts from Twin Cities stores during Black Friday

6 people charged in organized ambush thefts from Twin Cities stores during Black Friday

The thefts "by an organized group shocked those who witnessed it first-hand as well as the retail community and law-abiding shoppers," said Ramsey County Attorney John Choi. 

The mass thefts were "organized and not random," the statement from Choi's office read.

A tipster implicated Wright, who also goes by the name Ra'Lasia Wright. 

How about instituting a sanity test to become a teacher...are you as tired as I am with self aggrandizing social justice warriors?

Brooklyn teacher calls for ‘reciprocity’ against cops gathered to mourn slain detective

Christopher Flanigan, who teaches math at Coney Island Prep in Brooklyn according to his LinkedIn page, posted an overhead shot of thousands of officers lining Fifth Avenue for Rivera’s funeral Friday outside St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The post was captioned, “5/30/20: NYPD SUV drives into a crowd of protestors. Ideal conditions for reciprocity.”

The incident Flanigan referenced happened in the wake of the George Floyd police murder, when an NYPD vehicle drove through a group of Brooklyn protestors that were demonstrating against police following the Minnesota man’s death.

Chris Flanigan, a New York teacher, posted an Instagram story appearing to encourage violence against the police during NYPD Detective Jason Rivera’s funeral.
Chris Flanigan, a New York teacher, posted an Instagram story appearing to encourage violence against the police during NYPD Detective Jason Rivera’s funeral.
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Leaked video shows heated showdown when Border Patrol agents confront top officials over Biden's immigration policies NEWS


Leaked video footage shows that Border Patrol agenda in Laredo, Texas, engaged in a tense exchange with Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz on Friday over policies enacted by the Biden administration.

The exchange came two days after Border Patrol agents who work in southern Arizona turned their backs on Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas in protest of the Biden administration's immigration policies. 

What happened in the video?

The video shows Border Patrol agents confront Mayorkas and Ortiz over low morale among Border Patrol agents, which was attributed to the Biden administration's lenient immigration policies. 

One agent asked Mayorkas what steps the Biden administration would take to "get the ball rolling in a positive direction," but Mayorkas declined to answer the question and asked Ortiz to respond.

Ortiz then admitted that "morale is at an all-time low," but stressed that Border Patrol agents need to do a better job of taking care of agency leaders and agency leaders need to do a better job of taking care of rank-and-file agents.

"I get it. You come to work, you’re frustrated. You’re upset because you didn’t get the desired outcome that you want," Ortiz added. "Doesn’t mean you give up."

"We're not," one agent shot back.

"I know you’re not," Ortiz replied. "That’s why I’m saying, we don’t give up. We stay focused, we continue to do the job and the mission that we signed up for. We all signed up for it, we all raised our hand."That is when the confrontation became heated.

One agent fired back that Border Patrol's job is to "defend the Constitution, not the administration." Another agent said "it's kinda hard to say that," referring to Ortiz's previous comments, but Ortiz screamed over that agent.

"It’s not hard to say it," Ortiz screamed. "It may be hard for you to say it, I’ve been doing this for 31 years. It’s not hard for me to say it."

In response, agents pointed out that administration policies run contrary to the mission of the Border Patrol, citing policies that permit the release illegal immigrants into the U.S.

"You're getting bogged down in the policies and the politics," Ortiz shot back.

Agents then responded that they are not even permitted to use the phrase "illegal alien," but Ortiz denied that was the case. "You just said it. See? Is anything going to happen to you?"

"Why are you so caught up in the semantics, right? There's a mission out there to be had guys," Ortiz added as agents continued to speak over him in protest. "We can sit here and argue until we're blue in the face. I've been doing this job as long as y'all."

"That’s the problem, chief," one agent fired back. "For evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing. That’s exactly what’s happening here. Good men are doing nothing. You’re allowing illegal aliens to be dropped off in communities."

Leaked video shows tense exchange between Border Patrol chief and

WaPO: voice of the tyrant class


A two tiered justice system?

Montez Terriel Lee pleaded guilty to burning down a pawn shop in Minnesota during the May 2020 riots triggered by George Floyd's death. But Lee received a relatively light sentence, despite the arson resulting in one man's death, after prosecutors argued for leniency.

What is the background?

On May 28, 2020, Lee and others broke into the May It Pawn Shop in Minneapolis. According to the Justice Department, surveillance footage captured Lee "pouring a fire accelerant around the pawn shop and lighting the accelerant on fire. The fire destroyed the building."

About two months later, the remains of 30-year-old Oscar Lee Stewart were recovered in the rumble of where the pawn shop once stood. The Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office later ruled Stewart's death a homicide caused by the smoke and fire of the arson, KARE-TV reported.

In 2021, Lee pleaded guilty to a single count of arson. Despite the medical examiner's determination that Stewart died from the fire, Lee was never charged with Stewart's death.=On Jan. 14, Lee was sentenced to 120 months in prison, a significant "variance from sentencing guidance which outlined a 235- to 240-month sentence," the Rochester Post-Bulletin explained.

What did prosecutors say?

The federal attorneys tasked with prosecuting the case — W. Anders Folk and Thomas Calhoun-Lopez — pushed for a lenient sentence despite admitting that Lee "committed a crime that cost a man his life."

Describing the case as "extraordinary," the prosecutors asked for a sentence of just 144 months in federal prison, arguing that Lee's motive for the crime "is a foremost issue" in determining the appropriate punishment.

The prosecutors wrote in their sentencing memo:

Mr. Lee credibly states that he was in the streets to protest unlawful police violence against black men, and there is no basis to disbelieve this statement. Mr. Lee, appropriately, acknowledges that he “could have demonstrated in a different way,” but that he was “caught up in the fury of the mob after living as a black man watching his peers suffer at the hands of police.” 

As anyone watching the news world-wide knows, many other people in Minnesota were similarly caught up. There appear to have been many people in those days looking only to exploit the chaos and disorder in the interests of personal gain or random violence. There appear also to have been many people who felt angry, frustrated, and disenfranchised, and who were attempting, in many cases in an unacceptably reckless and dangerous manner, to give voice to those feelings. Mr. Lee appears to be squarely in this latter category.

Shockingly, the prosecutors even cited Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. when commenting on the motive of Lee's crime, which, again, resulted in the death of another person.

"And even the great American advocate for non-violence and social justice, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., stated in an interview with CBC’s Mike Wallace in 1966 that 'we’ve got to see that a riot is the language of the unheard,'" the prosecutors wrote.

What did Lee say?

At his sentencing, Lee apologized to Stewart's family and said he wishes he could take back his actions, but admitted he stood by his reasons for acting out violently.

"I was hoping to be another voice added to the cry for change. I wanted to be part of the solution instead of being part of the problem. Though I don’t stand by my actions, I stand by my reasons behind them," Lee said, the Post-Bulletin reported.

The Islamist threat


The Anti Defamation League is now fully woke anti white? Yup! The cognitive dissonance of the Left is stupefying

Racism: The marginalization and/or oppression of people of color based on a socially constructed racial hierarchy that privileges white people.


Also related are the definitions of Race and Systemic Racism.

Race: Refers to the categories into which society places individuals on the basis of physical characteristics (such as skin color, hair type, facial form and eye shape). Though many believe that race is determined by biology, it is now widely accepted that this classification system was in fact created for social and political reasons. There are actually more genetic and biological differences within the racial groups defined by society than between different groups.

Systemic Racism: A combination of systems, institutions and factors that advantage white people and for people of color, cause widespread harm and disadvantages in access and opportunity. One person or even one group of people did not create systemic racism, rather it: (1) is grounded in the history of our laws and institutions which were created on a foundation of white supremacy;* (2) exists in the institutions and policies that advantage white people and disadvantage people of color; and (3) takes places in interpersonal communication and behavior (e.g., slurs, bullying, offensive language) that maintains and supports systemic inequities and systemic racism.

* In the above definition, the term “white supremacy” refers to the systematic marginalization or oppression of people of color based on a socially constructed racial hierarchy that privileges people who identify as white. It does not refer to extremist ideologies which believe that white people are genetically or culturally superior to non-whites and/or that white people should live in a whites-only society.

--Last updated July 2020

To be a Communist is to be a grifter: the despicable BLM


There are questions surfacing about who controls the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation's $60 million war chest. At the same time, there is a report that the BLM organization funded the purchase of a mansion that was formerly the headquarters of the Communist Party of Canada.

"M4BJ, a Toronto-based non-profit set up by Janaya Khan and other Canadian activists, snagged the 10,000 square foot historic property for the equivalent of $6.3 million in cash in July 2021," the New York Postreported, noting that it had reviewed Toronto property records. The outlet reported that Black Lives Matter "transferred millions" to the M4BJ charity.

Coincidentally, Khan is the wife of Patrisse Khan-Cullors – a co-founder of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation. Cullors – a self-described "trained Marxist" –resigned from the Black Lives MatterGlobal Network Foundation in May after weeks of criticism surrounding the purchase of high-end real estate properties.

The Washington Examiner reported, "The U.S. charity that serves as the face of the BLM movement provided the bulk of the funding for the purchase of the 10,000-square-foot property in July."

The purchase of the property – which was formerly the headquarters of the Communist Party of Canada and is known as the Wildseed Centre for Art and Activism – was criticized by two former senior members of the Black Lives Matter Toronto chapter – who resigned earlier this month over the organization's lack of transparency.Canadian BLM activists Sarah Jama and Sahra Soudi said in a statement, "For BLM Canada to take money from BLM Global Network [Foundation] for a building without consulting the community was unethical. For BLM Canada to refuse to answer questions from young Black organizers goes against the spirit of movement-building."

"In other words, the NDA was designed as a constant threat of legal action against us, even though we were volunteering our time to a cause we believed in," the activists added. 

Friday, January 28, 2022

Like Hillary the Biden's business is selling out America for fun and profit

Chinese elite have paid some $31 million to Hunter and the Bidens

Anti Semitism is a feature for the socialist left

Kamala is slammed for attending inauguration of Honduras leader with anti-Semitic ties on Holocaust Memorial Day because she needs her help to stem border crisis

  • Vice President Kamala Harris is attending the inauguration Thursday of new socialist Honduran President Xiomara Castro
  • Castro's inner circle has made problematic statements about Jewish people and Israel 
  • Castro's husband Manuel Zelaya, an ex-president, claimed 'Israeli mercenaries' were torturing him with high-frequency radiation 
  • Castro's running mate, Salvador Nasralla, said Jews control the global money supply 
  • Nasralla also said in 2020 that Hondorus' outgoing president Juan Orlando Hernández's 'boss is the government of Israel' 
  • During Nasralla's 2017 run for the presidency, which he lost, his wife Iroshka Elvir had to apologize to Jewish organizations for praising Nazi leader Adolf Hitler 
  • 'The newspaper published that I admire Hitler, but it is not true, I never told them that I admired Hitler,' she told Jewish groups 
  • Harris is making the trip as part of her role as point person to the northern triangle countries as she tries to address the root causes of migration 

Teen Charged With Shooting New York City Cop Released After Posting Bond

Teen Charged With Shooting New York City Cop Released After Posting Bond