Monday, February 28, 2022

For Communist believer the world is binary: you are either a Communist or a Nazi

Russia Warns Nations of 'Consequences' for Sending Weapons to Ukraine and Wonders if Germany Was Ever "De-Nazified"

The despicable old media

February 28th, 2022 8:43 PM

On Monday, a former business partner of Hunter Biden named Devon Archer has been sentenced to over a year in prison for his involvement in a scheme to defraud a Native American tribe of over $60 billion in bonds. Not surprisingly, all three evening newscasts completely ignored this news of the President’s son’s business partner going to federal prison.

While ignoring this report, ABC’s World News TonightCBS Evening News & NBC Nightly News did all have time to hyperventilate over global warming, while CBS also had additional time to report on a mail truck that crashed off a bridge and fell into a river. 

According to a report in the New York Post, Archer was sentenced to one year and one day in federal prison by Manhattan Judge Ronnie Abrams. “There’s no dispute about the harm caused to real people,” Judge Abrams said. In addition to jail time, Archer will have to pay back over $15 million in forfeiture as well as over $43 million in economic restitution. 

Prosecutors charged Archer and his co-defendants with buying $60 million worth of bonds from the Oglala Sioux Native American tribe, which is one of the poorest tribes in the United States. Instead of using them for an annuity, Archer used the bonds to “build a financial services mega-company.” 

Archer did not financially benefit from the scheme, according to Adams. 

While neither Biden had any role in the scheme, Archer does have a history of illegal activity. In 2018, Archer was convicted of conspiracy to commit securities fraud. 

This is not the first time the networks looked the other way when one of Hunter Biden's friends became engulfed in legal problems. Back in January, all three evening newscasts ignored Hunted Biden's close friend Karim Massimov being charged with treason in Kazakhstan during violent protests caused by a spike in gas prices in the region.

This likely wouldn't be the response if the story were about a business partner of one of former President Trump's adult children.

This latest example of the three networks covering for the Bidens was made possible by WeatherTech on ABC, Ensure on CBS, and Liberty Mutual on NBC. Their information is linked. 

Black supremacists and the Islamists bond

University of Maryland’s Anti-Semitism Task Force Chief Has History of Anti-Semitic Statements

Diversity officer said Israel was engaged in 'ongoing genocide and ethnic cleansing of Palestine'

The diversity officer at the helm of the University of Maryland's anti-Semitism task force claimed in a Facebook post that Israel was engaged in an "ongoing genocide and ethnic cleansing of Palestine."

Jazmin Pichardo, the assistant director for diversity training and education for the university's Office of Diversity and Inclusion, shared a series of anti-Israel posts in May 2021. Two Jewish alumni who are part of the school's Jewish Identity Programming Advisory Committee confronted Pichardo over the posts after she was put at the helm of the committee, which is tasked with fighting anti-Jewish bias on campus.

Supreme Court nominee

Biden’s Supreme Court Pick Faces Array of Ethics Questions

A conflict of interest could trigger recusal from landmark affirmative action case

The casualty of not being energy self sufficient...Biden's fault

US, Germany Continue To Allow Gas Transactions With Russia Despite SWIFT Ban

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MONDAY, FEB 28, 2022 - 05:48 AM

As Russian banks closed down both ATMs and then, later, open market trading, to avoid or contain the fallout from the Russian incursion into Ukraine, it's becoming increasingly apparent that the West doesn't have the right tools to sanction Russia  - not that they could even if they did.

The problem, as we have said many times before,boils down to Russia's control over Europe's energy supplies. But even as a growing number of Russian oligarchs release messages claiming that their sympathies lie with the Ukrainians (not that any of them have actually committed to doing anything that might undermine the war effort), Russia's position remains unassailable.

And now, a German economy ministry official has confirmed that despite the sweeping sanctions Imposed on Russia, including the removal of it banks from the SWIFT system, that German companies will still be able to find ways to pay their energy bills to the Russians to keep the gas flowing.

The history of Russia's murder of Ukrainians by the millions

 Millions of Dead Ukrainians Suggest That Ignoring History Is Dangerous

An observation

 Where are the mass protests in NYC, San Francisco, Los Angeles? Blue State anti Americanism is at it's core.  

It appears the Ukrainians do not want to be annexed.

The seriousness of mental illness in the black community

Man smears poop on woman in NYC subway station in sickening video

By imperialism they me individual rights. They hate the Bill of Rights

Democratic Socialists blame US imperialism for Russian invasion of Ukraine



Socialists of America blamed US and NATO “imperialist expansion” for helping trigger the Russian invasion of Ukraine — provoking criticism from local political leaders.

“DSA reaffirms our call for the US to withdraw from NATO and to end the imperialist expansionism that set the stage for this conflict,” the DSA said in a statement.

“While the failures of neoliberal order are clear to everyone, the ruling class is trying to build a new world, through a dystopic transition grounded in militarism, imperialism, and war. Socialists have a duty to build an alternative.”

The socialist group continued that “much of the next ten years are coming into view through this attack” and closed by saying, “no war but
class war.”

Renouncing non-nuclear status...

Belarus votes to give up non-nuclear status

Belarusian referendum renouncing neutral status comes as Russia put nuclear deterrent forces on high alert amid Ukraine war.

Don't forget Belarus in the sanctions

Belarus is 'preparing to join Russian invasion of Ukraine and will host Moscow's nuclear weapons': Putin ally Lukashenko warns sanctions are pushing the world towards WWIII

  • Ukrainian President's office said the two delegations will meet 'without preconditions' near the Pripyat River
  • Volodymyr Zelensky admitted he wasn't confident of a positive outcome but said he owed it to people
  • Putin orders 'special regime of duty' to troops operating nuclear deterrent amid 'aggressive' NATO comments
  • Boris Johnson dismissed the announcement as a 'distraction' from struggle Putin's troops facing in Ukraine 
  • EU closes off airspace to all Russian planes and bans Kremlin propaganda outlets Russia Today and Sputnik
  • Satellite images show Russian ground forces in convoy near of Ivankiv ahead of the fifth day of conflict

Sunday, February 27, 2022

Dangerous anti white racist buffoon, a fraud and prevaricator of history

1619 founder Nikole Hannah-Jones blasts media for 'insidious racism' and claims they only care about 'Europeans with blond hair and blue eyes' after heavy coverage of Ukraine compared to other conflicts

  • New York Times reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones has criticized the media for its heavy coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine
  • She claims the high-volume attention the conflict has received, compared to other conflicts, demonstrates 'insidious racism' in the media
  • Hannah-Jones also said the media only cares about 'Europeans with blond hair and blue eyes' and the 'admissions of shock' for Ukraine showed racial bias
  • While she blasted the widespread coverage of the crisis, Hannah-Jones also noted people 'should care about Ukraine' and that 'all people deserve to be free' 

The Rap culture is murderous

Memphis rapper Snootie Wild shot dead

You'll get nothing and like it.

Joe Biden Claims He Has Made the Economy Better But People Are Still “Psychologically” Unable to “Feel Happy” (VIDEO)

Politicians have too much influence in your medical treatment and personal sovereignty. The fast moving authoritarian state

Key constituents only supported 2016 legislation because of its "true conscious objection and opt out." Amended law, approved last fall, infringes on freedom of religion and speech, lawsuit claims.

California doctors who object to assisted suicide are fighting an amended state law that implicates them in their patients' intentional deaths.

They are suing California officials, including Attorney General Rob Bonta, Department of Public Health Director Tomas Aragon, and Medical Board members to block SB 380, which made it easier for patients to commit suicide under the End of Life Options Act that took effect in 2016.

The original law issued a broad exemption for healthcare providers, granting them a liability shield for "refusing to inform" patients about their right to physician-assisted suicide and "not referring" patients to physicians who will assist in their suicides.

The amended law removed it, leaving providers vulnerable to "civil, criminal, administrative, disciplinary, employment, credentialing, professional discipline, contractual liability, or medical staff action, sanction, or penalty or other liability."

Conscientious objectors are suffering irreparable harm to their free exercise of religion and speech, the suit claims, seeking an injunction and declaration that the law is unconstitutional under any application. California is infringing on their "right not to speak the State's message on the subject of assisted suicide."

The Alliance Defending Freedom is representing the Christian Medical and Dental Associations, which claims 90% of its 16,000 members would quit medicine rather than be subject to such laws, and its member Dr. Leslee Cochrane, executive director of the nonprofit Hospice of the Valleys, who said he'd either quit or leave California.

Signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom last fall, SB 380 claims that "participating" in assisted suicide is "voluntary" but narrowly defines the former, depriving physicians of legal protection for refusal to take steps that authorize intentional killing.

They must document a patient's request to die in that individual's medical record, which satisfies the first of two required "oral requests" for a patient to obtain a prescription for lethal drugs. Physicians also must transfer those records to a second physician upon the patient's request.

Participating also excludes "[d]iagnosing whether a patient has a terminal disease, informing the patient of the medical prognosis, or determining whether a patient has the capacity to make decisions," and informing a patient about assisted suicide options.

This language concerned two legislative committees reviewing the bill. 

The Senate Health Committee's analysis noted the California Medical Association only supported the 2016 legislation because of its "true conscious objection and opt out" provision. The California Hospital Association flatly said it would oppose SB 380 with the narrow definition of "participating."

The Senate Judiciary Committee's analysis said the bill raises "constitutional questions with respect to freedom of speech and the free exercise of religion," given that physicians face "exposure to liability" for not "affirmatively facilitating" a patient's rights under the law.

The Assembly Judiciary Committee (AJC) analysis a few months later left out that concern, possibly because the bill had been amended by then. The lawsuit claims the revision did not change the exceptions to "participating" but organized them differently.

Continuing a pattern going back to assisted suicide legislation in the 1990s, advocates for disabled people opposed the California bill. 

Disability Rights California objected to shortening the 15-day waiting period under the original law to 48 hours and removal of the "final attestation" by the patient. The latter "puts patient autonomy at risk, opening the door to abuse by greedy heirs or abusive caregivers," argued the DRC.

The Senate floor analysis, the last hurdle before passage, records comments from the Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund, which says its community is "full of individuals who have been misdiagnosed as terminally ill." 

The bill removes protections such as more and better-trained medical professionals to "judge a patient's prognosis and assess their decision-making capacity," and it includes "extraordinarily little monitoring, data, and investigation of abuse," even less so than similar laws in Oregon and Washington, the group said.

Terminally ill patients "can have very dramatic changes in disposition once their pain is controlled," according to the lawsuit, citing individual plaintiff Cochrane's hospice experience.

Referring to the shortened waiting period, he said patients in severe pain can suffer "mental, emotional, and spiritual exhaustion" for more than two days at a time that "leaves them vulnerable to being easily manipulated by family members" against their own wishes. This happened to at least one patient with "questionable mental capacity," Cochrane said.

The California League of United Latin American Citizens called the legislation a threat to Latinos because it worsens racial inequality in healthcare. This is "just an opportunity for commodity-based, profit-driven health systems to cop out of care by providing the ever-cheap 'option to die,'" according to its comments recorded in the Senate floor analysis.

The California law finds no support in the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision nationalizing abortion rights, which cited an American Medical Association (AMA) resolution against compelling doctors to perform acts that violate their "good medical judgment" or "personally-held moral principles," the suit says.

Two decades later, the high court unanimously rejected physician-assisted suicide as a "fundamental right" bcause it is "fundamentally incompatible with the physician's role as healer." The suit notes that the AMA's 2017 statement on assisted suicide, its most recent, goes even further, saying the practice is "difficult or impossible to control" and poses "serious societal risks."

The Affordable Care Act also prohibits states and federally funded healthcare providers from discriminating against individuals and entities that refuse to provide any product or service "furnished for the purpose" of even indirectly causing "the death of any individual," the suit says.

Yet the amended law treats physicians participating in assisted suicide more favorably than those who refuse, as the former cannot be subject to "a complaint or report of unprofessional or dishonest conduct" solely on the basis of their decision to help patients kill themselves, the lawsuit says.