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By aga 18 Mar, 2017
I've been holding off writing about pizza gate simply because I can't verify any of the information to be true or false. That being said, there is a lot of weirdness surrounding this story that should be addressed in a responsible manner.

The (very) basic summary of the story is this:
During the 2016 presidential race John Podesta one of Hilary Clinton's associates had his emails hacked and leaked to the public via WikiLeaks. Within these emails there was a lot of conversations that some have said is writing in a code used by pedophiles, these code words are backed up by the FBI. Also contained in the emails are references to a pizza joint called Comet Ping Pong Pizza in Washington DC and that is where the story got the name pizza gate.

I'm not going to go into all the child sex trafficking and stories of satanic ritualistic abuse that goes along with this story, I can not confirm or disprove any of it and the waters are too muddied now to even try, it is up to you to look into it yourself and draw your own conclusions.

What I want to address in this article is how the story and investigation were handled by the authorities and media because that is the really weird part.

In mid-December 2016, the story was officially debunked by fox news after a "truther" entered Comet ping pong on December 4th and fired one shot that hit the restaurants computer damaging the hard drive. Fox News interviewed the poor owner of the restaurant, James Alefantis and he confirmed that the story was indeed fake news...

This was it, that was the evidence that there was not a sex trafficking ring operating in DC, the owner of the restaurant that was said to be involved said it was not true...

That guy must be really trustworthy to be able to put an end to such a terrible allegation on his word alone, maybe that is why a pizza joint owner in the most powerful area of real estate in the world is listed as one of The 50 Most Powerful People in Washington by GQ...

Think about that for a second, DC is where the US government pretty much decides the fate of the world, every powerful entity on the planet has offices and representation there, it is full of congressmen, lobbyist, lawyers, judges, generals, a few CEOs. the President of the United States of America yet some dude that makes pizzas ranks as one of the top 50 most powerful people in Washington...Them pizzas must be good, I mean they must be topped with ambrosia or diamonds or something.

If there was ever an allegation made about you or anyone you know regarding children, you would without a doubt be investigated, as you should be, we are talking about children, they need to be defended. This pizza dude is so powerful that his word literally overwrites any investigation.

I believe in our system when it is working as it should be, everybody is innocent until proven guilty, however, we are talking about children here, if there is a 1/1000 chance that there is anything to this story it should be investigated, I can't understand or see any reason why it has not already been. If nothing is found then that vindicates the pizza guy and if something is found well then let justice take his course but to just take somebodies word that nothing is going on is weird and just creates more questions.

I personally hope this is a fake story and if it turns out to be so then I hope the people behind this story eat some humble pie and publically apologize because whatever your reason to make these allegations, nobody deserves to be accused of this if they are innocent. But unless there is some sort of investigation, this guy is going to be carrying some guilt in my and I'm sure other people's eyes, I'm only human and like I said, if there is a 1/1000 chance it is true, I will believe it is true for the children's sake.
By aga 10 Feb, 2017
Ok, so Donald Trump is now president...Load help us all.

I don't know if Trump is a good guy, a bad guy, an evil genius or a complete idiot. We may never know since the information coming out on both sides is so tainted. However, what is hard to ignore is the effect his presidency is having on the country.

First off I have to say, I agree with a lot of what he is doing and disagree with a lot of what he's doing, this is not based on any expert, well-informed opinion but simply based on my somewhat average view of what I think affects me and what I believe is best for the country based only on the information I have been privy to.

What we have going on now is a media that to say is anti-trump would be an understatement, but because they are anti-Trump does not mean that they are looking out for the American people, let's not forget they were pro-Hillary. We get constant updates with negative spins put on every little thing trump does, weather hes tweeting, picking his cabinet or writing executive orders its all being met with the exact same level of outrage and criticism. We also have organized groups of protesters ready to march and riot every little thing at the drop of a hat with, again, urgency dialed up to ten like its the worst thing ever.

Right now, nothing Trump can do will ever be ok, if he came up with a cure for cancer there would be headlines saying "Trump destroys cancer treatment centers" and people would be protesting for the right to have cancer.

While it's a good thing to hold the president responsible and criticize their every action, what's going on now is not only dangerous for our country, its dangerous for the world. Trump could rape a Muslim woman with his penis wrapped in bacon while nuking Sweden and the level of outrage would be the same as it was when he tweeted "time to make america great again", there is nowhere left to go with your outrage. What are you going to do? riot some more? protest? call for impeachment? hashtag not my president? Attack his supporters? We have already done all them things and we have done them so much that now people have stopped caring. right now Donald Trump can get away with anything and not only will people not listen to another protest, they are starting to see him as the underdog with the whole world against him...In case you haven't heard, people love an underdog story.

These protests are creating support for Trump. In two years when it comes time to vote in the mid-terms don't be surprised if people remember these days and you don't get the results you want.

I am not saying these things to rub salt in your wounds, I actually don't want a country that leans completely right any more than I want one that leans completely left. Take an objective look at what's going on and adjust your actions appropriately, also, pick your battles, you don't need to protest everything, be a little more selective, you'll have plenty of opportunities to wear your new scarf and hoodie.

One last thing, Trump's strategy won this election, ask yourself, are you really sure this is also not just part of his strategy?
By aga 03 Jan, 2017
Before you get all excited and start waving your swastikas or get offended and start composing some long-winded SA, let me just settle you all down. This article is not about race, it's actually about the planet.

At the top and bottom of our planet as well as lots of areas between, there is this white stuff called ice and snow). due to what I think are natural cycles this ice and snow melts during the summer and freezes during the colder months (not exactly groundbreaking information), however, what some people may not realize is that this white stuff serves a purpose other than a place for polar bears to slaughter seals when not posing for climate change journalists. This cold white stuff also reflects the suns rays keeping the planet cooler and more hospitable for human life.

This planet is as much a living thing as everything that is living on it, all living things go through cycles, inevitably this planet will get rid of us and replace us will something stronger, more versatile and better than us, just like it has done with everything before us. While human life may have a natural expiration date on this planet, There is a way to prolong our time here, to at least give us a chance to go argue on some other planet.

There is a lot of people that think prolonging our extinction involves changing our lifestyle, reverting back to the stone age, getting rid of vast amounts of the population or my personal favorite, taxing people more. while these may have some small effect (except the more taxes, that for sure will save us all) at the end of the day we are still going to be dead. It's like them people that hit 30 and start eating healthy, exercising, eating every supplement known to man, drinking babies blood (or is that just me?) and flushing out their anus. these things will add a couple of years to your life providing you don't get hit by a truck, but you're still going to die, meanwhile the dude that has been smoking 20 a day for 60 years and washing his raw red meat down with cheap beer is blowing the candles out at his 100th birthday.

Instead of changing how about we just trick the planet into keeping us around longer? The white stuff is melting and because it's melting it is reflecting less of the suns rays away every year which means every year it will get hotter and every year there will be less white stuff. The solution, make more stuff white. The suns rays are not being reflected because it is hitting snow or ice, it is melting because it is hitting white stuff. Humans take up a lot of real estate on this planet, all we have to do is paint anything that faces the sky white (cars, roofs, roads, pavements and anything else that the sun hits) instead of the default dark colors that will only add to the earth heating, not only will this counter the effects of the melting white stuff it may also reverse it. Your don't need to be a fancy climate change scientist to realize that on a hot day you are about 10 degrees hotter beside a black tarmac road than you would be in a green field.

If you think this is nonsense, consider this. when all aircraft over the US was grounded after the events of Sep 11th 2001, the average temperature of the US raised 1.8 Degree Celsius. This was a result of the sudden disappearance of condensation trails (aka contrails). Now if dissipating contrails can decrease the temperature by 1.8 Degrees, then how much do you think that millions of permanent heat reflecting structures will reduce the temperature by?

So get your paintbrush out and start whitewashing America, while you're at it, plant some freaken flowers! you can keep banging on about the bees dying if you have replaced the food they eat with some ornamental vase with artsy sticks poking out of it.
By aga 24 Dec, 2016
There is a lot of talk these days about fake news and how to spot it, what to avoid and what to trust. Let's just cut right to the chase here... it's all just as fake as it is real. If you are getting all your news from one source and you are not questioning any of it, you're not looking for news, you're looking for confirmation of your own beliefs.

It is probably not possible for any single news source to be unbias and 100% fact based, it has been tried but inevitably the ratio of staff will shift to the left or the right and so will the way the news is packaged at that source. Another factor on the validity news is the source of information, people lie and when they are not lying they are doing their best to misrepresent the information to make themselves or their organizations look good.

Below is an example of the headline for the same event represented by five different sources.

The San Bernardino office party shooting of Dec 2015:
  • Left-leaning mainstream media, Mass shooting at Holiday Party.
  • Right-leaning mainstream media, Terrorists Attack Christmas Party.
  • Alt-Left Media, Workplace Violence.
  • Alt-Right Media, Muslims Attack Christmas Party.
  • Alternative News Sources, Another False Flag Event To Push Gun Bans.

All five headline and stories are just as true as they are false. It was a mass shooting that happened during the Christmas holiday season at a workplace party where the shooters were Muslims claiming alliance to a terrorist organization, it can be argued that it falls into the category of false flag as it was willing or unwillingly allowed to happen and it was also used to push gun control measures.

Each outlet represented this story in a way that best fit their narrative. because of that, all these sources presented fake news and in the same measure, they all reported the truth. If you only read one of these outlets you are functioning with only one fifth of the actual story, basically you are not being informed, you are being programmed.

The only way to be informed is to cross reference pretty much every news story against every news source, the truth will probably be the very small details that the mainstream media, Alt-left/right media, and the alternative media all agree on and even then, the news if fluent and changes, sometimes by the time the story is being reported. This is the only way to actually be informed. You can't count solely on any source that answers to its advertisers, its audience, its party or even its own beliefs, it is up to you to search out all viewpoints, research the raw data and form your own opinion of what is true.

This current push to eliminate "Fake" news is not new, every source has been discussing it for decades, that's what businesses do, they discredit the competition so you will buy their product. Do not be fooled, they all are trying to get you to buy their product.
By aga 19 Nov, 2016
It's been about a week now and it still hasn't quite sunk in. The President of the most powerful country in the world is the dude that from the reality TV show that likes to grab women by their private parts...How did this happen? The media assured us that Hilary Clinton was going to be president, after all, she is the first women and she's been working in government for a long time.

What if the media was actually reporting false polls and exaggerating the interest in Hilary in order to discourage Trump supporters to vote? Nah, that wouldn't explain why people would ignore his racism and complete lack of experience. Unless...Maybe..Maybe he's not racist and that was also the media blowing up non-stories.

Maybe it was rigged, after all, Hillary did win the popular vote...Since neither candidate was campaigning for the popular vote, that is absolutely irrelevant (Would be like the losing team at the super bowl demanding that they use golf rules). I actually think it was rigged, it just wasn't rigged enough, that would explain why Hilary had no losing speech ready. She must have been aware how far she was actually behind, she was speaking to half empty rooms while Trump was filling stadiums and if anyone knew what the real polls were saying it would be her. Anyway, that's just an irrelevant theory, no point dwelling on it now. although I do think it would be a good idea for the president to actually investigate the election so if there is anything shady going on then it can be addressed before the next election, otherwise we might end up with President Kanye West.

So why did Trump win?

The popular reasons are:

  • Most Americans are racists
    • Did racists support and vote for Trump? Absolutely they did. If you are really racist, chances are you're pretty dumb, if you constantly tell racist people which candidate is racist, who do you think they are going to vote for? The slightly smarter racists likely voted for Hilary, if you truly are racist, then you are going to want to vote for the candidate who supports policies that keep minorities in poverty. so basically Trump got the dumb racists and Hilary got the slightly less dumb racists since that's a wash, that can't be the reason she lost.
  • American are ill-informed (AKA idiots)
    • Ill-informed is just a politically correct way of saying dumb and yes, dumb people voted for Trump, just like they voted for Hilary. Problem is, who is really well informed? we all have access to the same information, and it takes a lot of time to fact check everything the media is feeding us. If we had the time to research every little detail and make the well-informed decision on everything, why would we need government? both Trump and Hilary supporters and voters are not as informed as they should be. So that is also not the reason.
  • Americans are not as progressive as one would hope
    • This is true, people on the left are so focused on being progressive that they never take the time to consider what we are progressing to. Progressive issues like where somebody can go the bathroom and should businesses be forced to service things that are against some people's beliefs have taken up a lot of time in the last few years, time that could have been better spent on more pressing issues. People could be ready for some of the issues that impact their day to day life to be resolved. So this, I think, was definitely a factor.
  • Americans can't get on board with a female president
    • I don't think anybody cares what is between the president's legs as long as it's not an intern. All people care about is what is between people's ears. We just had 8 years of a president who a lot of people admittedly voting for because he was is black. This election people were ready for a candidate regardless of color, sexual preference or gender. They had no problem voting for a woman, they just didn't want that woman.
  • Wikileaks
    • Wikileaks for sure played a part in this election and it shouldn't have. Wikileaks shouldn't even exist, however, it exists because people are negligent and corrupt. if you are neither of these things then there would have been nothing for WikiLeaks to expose. If Wikileaks plays a part in Hillary's defeat, it's because of the contents of the Wikileaks dumps, not because of Wikileaks. 
  • The FBI re-opening an investigation so close to election day
    • Again, if there was nothing to investigate then this would not be an issue. Did it effect the election? I'm sure it did and rightly so. 
  • The Electoral College
    • This is irrelevant, neither candidate was campaigning for the popular vote of the entire country, they were campaigning for 51 separate popular votes, They both knew this going in and campaigned accordingly. 
  • The "Alt-Right" media
    • When George Bush was in office, the Alt-Right media was just called alternative media. for the most part, it is pretty non-biased. yes, there is extreme left and right views depending on where you look, not all the information is factual and some are way out there. That being said, isn't that the way the media is supposed to be? The viewer becomes part of the process, further researching and personally investigating the things that they find interesting, instead of just having prepackaged news stories forced on them that may or may not be true. Mainstream media has let everyone down and are no longer trusted, this did effect the election and hopefully, it will continue to affect future elections until we have trustworthy news sources again.

I'm my opinion and that's all this is.
  1. Trump won because people are tired of being called racists, homophobes and whatever another buzzword simply because they have a different perspective. These words have been devalued and are now meaningless.
  2. Trump won because people are tired of having their needs overlooked in favor of the latest trendy cause.
  3. Trump won because he was against the arguably one of the most experienced politicians ever to run for president and also the most corrupt.
  4. And Trump won because the people of this country voted for the guy whose slogan was make America great again and not I'm with her.
Finally, I supported Trump, I liked his approach, I forgave when he was not factual, I like that he owes nobody but us and I feel through all his BS he genuinely loves this country, the people and the system our founders had in mind. However, that was candidate Donald Trump, President of the united states of America Donald Trump is going to be held to a higher standard. His first priority needs to be to heal the division in this country and make it united again before he starts to make it great again. Everyone needs to be included in this new America and not just the people that voted for him.
By aga 10 Oct, 2016
How do you choose a President from these two morally lacking candidates? Both seem to be as bad as each other.

The way I have come to my decision is by eliminating scandals they have both been involved in and seeing what you have left. While some of these scandals are basically just distractions, there is no point trying to dissect every little detail but instead just assume it is an absolute fact and move on.

Racism:
Both trump and Hilary have been accused of these, everybody is a little racist and I guess these two are no different. so strike that from the list.

Cheats on taxes
while there is no proof that any of them actually cheated, they have both taken advantage of the tax code to decrease what they have paid, so that is off the table as well.

Lying
Let's face it, you can't believe either of them so that can't be on the list.

Sexual misconduct
Again this is not been proven but there is definitely a lot pointing to both of these candidates being directly or indirectly connected to sexual misconduct.

Shady deals
they both got a few of these hanging over them too

Flip Flop on issues
They have both changed stances on policy and will not doubt both continue to.

Health issues
I'm pretty sure neither of them is going to be running a 10K anytime soon and both are just as likely to die while of before entering office so there is no point comparing this.

Incompetent
Both these candidates have made political or business moves that have cost people their lives or livelihoods.

To sum up:
Donald Trump is a Shady lying, incompetent, sexual deviant racist that cheats on his taxes, can't make up his mind and may or may not be healthy enough to be president.

and

Hilary Clinton is a Shady lying, incompetent, sexual deviant racist that cheats on her taxes, can't make up her mind and may or may not be healthy enough to be president.

I have to decide do I want the guy that will reduce my taxes, make America more business-friendly, create a new healthcare system and aggressively go after isis. Or do I want the woman that will increase taxes for the middle class and rich, fix our current health care system and make more gun laws?

I personally am an armed middle-class business owner that is not a big fan of being randomly shoot stabbed or blown up by some random terror act, so I'll be voting for the Shady lying, incompetent, sexual deviant racist that cheats on his taxes, can't make up his mind and may or may not be healthy enough to be president named Donald.



By aga 07 Oct, 2016
Every day a new story emerges relating to something our current presidential candidates has said or done in their long careers. From disgusting references to different races and genders to questionable, possibly illegal acts. We are outraged somebody that is running for the highest office in the land would behave in such way and we demand nobody to vote for such a deplorable human being but instead vote for their equally deplorable candidate.

We can not see the bad in our candidate so we are totally blind to the real issue. The president is supposed to represent the people. this means he/she is the person that represents our values to the world. he/she is us. The president says and does deplorable things because the people that voted for them (and against them) does deplorable things. If we want better representation, a better choice of candidate then we have to become better as a people.

Take a look at the list of deplorable things these candidates have been accused of (and most likely have done). Scale it down to your life. Have you always paid taxes on every purchase you have made? Have you ever lied? Cheated? Said something inappropriate? Wished an enemy dead? been a little racist? Said something about the opposite gender? Taken advantage of help that you didn't need? Not helped somebody that you could have?

Imagine for a second there were teams of people paid to dig up everything you have ever said and done, how would it make you look to people that didn't know you.

We have exactly the presidential candidates we deserve because they truly represent us as a people. If you want a better candidate choice simply be better, inspire people around you to be better.
By aga 23 Jun, 2016
Is there really such a thing as a religion of peace? If history is what we use to answer this question then the answer would be a resounding NO! There is no such thing as a religious extremist or fanatical, then there are just true believers and moderates.

Since there really is no such thing as a peaceful religion, is it right to focus on one religion while ignoring the past actions of other religions? Well, that depends on if those other religions are still killing people that disagree with them or not.

It is important to understand that religion is not a creation of God, it's man-made unless you believe that one culture is full of sinners while another culture is populated by God's chosen people just because they happened to be born in a geographical area where that religion is in control. I'm not sure God would have created people to be damned, just like I'm not sure God would create a belief structure that calls for the death of people that were unfortunate enough to be raised with a different belief structure. It is not reasonable to believe any religion that requires killing is a religion working for God. These teaching exist in all current religions, not just the religions making the news.

There is no disease, virus, natural disaster or war that has even come close to the body count that each religion is responsible for, so how can anyone claim to be part of a religion of peace? Maybe we need to stop treating religions as operating manuals for life and start looking at them as ideas and only take what is right for you. For example: don't kill people seems like a good idea and seems like it would be something God would not want you to do while on the other hand cutting somebodies head off because they drew a picture might be one of them things that you could put on the maybe list.

Think about this: let's say you wake up tomorrow and everyone has decided to agree on one religion and everyone is going to follow that religion to the letter...then what? Are we all just going to run out the eternal clock reliving the same day over and over? Wouldn't that be the end to all innovation, creativity, pretty much anything fun?

It seems to me all these religions need each other to be relevant, if everyone believed the same thing then there would be no need for teaching so there would be no religion.

Do you think a God that created absolutely everything needed to create tiny humans just to worship him? That seems like a very weak God to me. The God I believe in gave me free will, he wants me to experience his creation, to take my own path and discover new ideas. This is what I've tried to do, it hasn't lead me away from God, if anything, it's brought me closer to God. I don't cause harm or infringe on anyone else's existence because I'm scared or eternal consequences, I don't do it because I respect what God has created for me and everyone else. I also don't do good because I think God is watching, I try to do good because I am grateful for what I've been given and I want to show how grateful I am.

Religion didn't bring me closer to God, His creation brought me closer to him, all religion did was drive me away and teach me to hate my fellow man. There are things other people do that I know is wrong, as there are things I do that's wrong. I no longer hate or judge my fellow man for their wrongs, I understand their path and mine are different. Religion didn't teach me empathy, God’s creation did.

I don't think religions started out as bad things, I believe every religion started as the documentation of one person's path through life, the only problem with that is: not all peoples path is going to be the same.

What is a religion of peace for one person is a path to carnage for another...
By aga 20 Jun, 2016
Last week something terrible happened in Orlando. No, I'm not talking about the kid that got eaten, that's nature. I am going to discuss the mass shooting at the Orlando gay club.

The best way to assign blame here is to treat it like a civil case. In a civil case, we find out how far to extend the duty of care. By that I mean which entity bears the most responsibility for damages.

Was it…

Pulse nightclub?
They are known for being a gay-friendly club, and knowing how some people feel about gay people, they should have taken measures to protect their customers or, at the very least, allow customers the ability to defend themselves. It could be argued that they are responsible. However, it is the responsibility of the customers to decide whether or not to be in a place that does not allow guns and is known as a gay club so it is not reasonable to place the blame on the club.

The victims?
The victims knew their lifestyle choices infuriate some people and choosing to be in a place that could be targeted by people against their lifestyle is on them. This is somewhat true. However, we live in a country where your lifestyle choices are protected as long as they don't affect the lifestyle choices of others. It is not reasonable to blame the victims

The bullets?
There is no doubt that each person that was harmed or killed was struck by one or multiple bullets. The bullet was the cause of each injury or death. However, not one of these bullets would have ever decided to injure or kill any person for any reason. If you set 1000 bullets in the middle of a room with 1000 people insulting the bullets, they will never act. Since every bullet needs to be fired from a gun It is not reasonable to put the blame solely on the bullet.

The gun?
The gun definitely was the tool used to fire the bullets that injured and killed people, however, like the bullets, you can put 1000 loaded guns in a room and have 1000 people insulting the guns and they will never act. They need somebody to pull the trigger.

The shooter?
He chose to take two guns into a gay club, execute and wound 100 people. If we extend the duty of care to this point, no reasonable person could deny that the shooter is to blame. Even without the club, victims, bullets and gun the shooter could carry out and attack. This is the first place blame could lie in a civil law case. Being that the shooter is dead, we have to extend the duty of care further

His beliefs?
He believed that homosexuals were better off dead, he believed his God wanted this. Regardless of other people's interpretation of the same beliefs, his interpretation leads him to that club to kill gay people.

His religious teachers?
It has been uncovered that the teachers he was listening to taught him that gay people should die and it was his duty to make that happen. It was still his choice to follow through was these teachings, but since he is no longer answerable in this plain of existence, then the teachings have as much blame as he does.

The state department?
The place where he was getting these teachings was under investigation by the state department. The investigation was halted for politically correctness concerns. Could their continued investigation have stopped this? We will never know. However, it is reasonable to say that the state department has some blame here. Not as much as the shooter, but definitely more than the gun since it can make choices.

His ex-wife?
She was a victim of abuse by the shooter and had to be rescued by her family. Had she pressed charges, then he would have been barred from purchasing guns. This does not mean he couldn't still get his hands on weapons or used worse methods, but it should be noted that you are not just responsible for your actions but also your inactions. Her inactions lead, in a small part, to the death of 49 people.

His father?
The shooters father, the person that raised him and helped shape his life believes that same as the shooter did. It is reasonable to assume that the father shaped a killer.

It seems clear, looking at this as a civil lawsuit, the main responsibility lies with the shooter followed closely by his beliefs. You can take everything else out of this scenario and an event would still likely have happened.

One more thing that plays a part in this situation that should be addressed, political correctness. This is what stops people questioning the beliefs. This is what continues to put people in danger because nobody wants to judge the faith of an entire culture over the actions of a few. This is killing people. It needs to stop. We need to be able to address an issue without having to worry about upsetting people. It's ok to be upset, they will live. If they decide to take action then doesn't that validate the reason why we need to discuss these issues in the first place?

I don't care about peaceful Muslims. Sorry, I don't. I also don't care about peaceful Christians, gun owners, social justice warriors...I don't care. Congratulations for not killing anyone or infringing on their freedoms. Feel free to continue with your good self. If you could just be quiet while we discuss the violent Muslims, Christians, gun owners and all other broken members of our culture, that would be great.

You don't fix a flat tire by changing your oil because you don't want to point out the flatness of the tire.

A mass shooting in the eyes of the law should not be treated any different than any other event. Cause and effect. The events leading up to an event are the cause. The event is the effect. Everything that happened before the event bears part of the blame: parents, teachings, beliefs, failure to act and the person that decided to follow through. The tools, victims, and locations have zero blame since they are all unwilling participants.

I know when I'm working on something, if I come across a situation where I don't have the right tool for the job, I will just use another tool (usually a hammer). If I inevitably mess up, it's not the tools fault, it's mine.
By aga 01 Jun, 2016
I've been spending a lot of time lately looking into white privilege, mainly because it keeps getting brought up.

I can only speak based on my experience and since I have not received any privilege payments, had any secret meetings or even got a free dessert at Denny's because of my pasty skin, I think it's safe to assume this kind of privilege just don't exist.

However there is one privilege I have come across that seems exclusive to white people and it sucks!

White people have no harsh racial slurs or stereotypes. Every other color has some great slurs and lots of stereotypes we can throw at them in banter but the only thing they have to throw back at us is calling us racist...really? You're gonna lump me in with a bunch of mentally lacking psychopaths that have murdered millions for no other reason than having a different skin pigmentation? Kind of harsh don't you think?

Imagine if you made fun of my hair and my comeback was to publicly announce that you were a pedophile. Do you see how that might sting a little? As privileges go, white people got the short end of the stick. We have two options to steer clear of any comments about race or be lumped in with Hitler...That don't seem like it's fair

Our so called privilege also affects other colors. Because most white people will steer clear of racial jokes and topics for fear of being called racist, actual “I want to hang a negro and gas a Jew” racist are not being exposed.

The best disinfectant is sunlight, by having everyone on a level footing when it comes to slurs and stereotypes, you will be able to identify true racist and these people can be shunned from society. Seriously, if we had never started self-censoring, racism might be gone by now.

So non-whites

You got some homework

You must all come up with some clever racial slurs and stereotypes for white people. Talk among yourselves and agree on a couple of good ones and the next time you see some racial banter hit them pasty caspers with some slurs of your own.

It will be great. Instead of crazy tension, we might all actually have some fun laughing at our differences instead of using them as a crutch.

White privileges sucks, let's end it….unless of course there is some checks and mine just haven't come in yet, in which case ignore what I just typed. You can pay me to tolerate pretty much anything.
By aga 31 May, 2016
Really, it's ok. When somebody asks you a question and you don't care or don't know, say so, it's ok. Nobody smart is going to think less of you, in fact, they will think more of you.

Real intellectuals know how much they don't know, it's what drives them, they also know when they are talking to someone that don't know or are just regurgitating other people's thoughts and talking points.

Too often in today's society people feel forced to have an opinion on everything, ninety percent of which they couldn't care less about. This does not mean everyone is out there researching statistics and cross referencing them stats with all the available existential data, they are not reading every book they find on a subject, then fact-checking that information and they are not spending time listening to experts on both sides of the discussion and forming their own opinions. They don't care, they take the path of least resistance and accept the opinions of others and regurgitate these views as their own.

In the last year, I've been forced to have an opinion on feminism, black lives, police state, where transgenders go to the bathroom, rich people that want to rule over me and countless other stuff...I'm a middle-aged, white heterosexual parent, none of this stuff really matters to me. If I wasn't wired in such a way that I have to see how everything connects to the big picture, I'd have no opinions on any of that stuff and that would be ok.

It's is infinitely better to have no opinion than it is to assimilate somebody else's. We are not all equal, we are all different. Every single person is uniquely wired in their own way, there is many things that you are naturally drawn to and lots of things that you just don't have a need to care about. If you don't care about something, ignore it, use your brain only for the things that interest you, you'll succeed more, you'll be happier and you are less likely to be connected to an ideology that is fundamentally wrong.

Keep in mind, during nazi Germany millions of Germans were attached to an ideology that one could say was wrong, do you think the nazi war machine would have gotten as big as it was if every German questioned or ignored what they were being told?
By aga 12 May, 2016
Firstly, I love everything Marvel, Movies, TV shows, even comics. I also loved this movie, how could you not? It's got all your favorite superheroes kicking each other's butts and it looks awesome. The little boy in me was giddy for 2.5 hours but inevitable that pesky adult wakes up right after the closing credits and my over active mind kicks in.

Even although I highly enjoyed this movie and every other superhero movie (even batman vs superman) I can't help but notice how there seems to be a themed message running through all these movies, regardless of what studio they come from. This may be propaganda, mind control via Operation Mockingbird, art imitating life, life imitating art, universal collective consciousness or just coincidental. Whatever it is, clearly there is more to this than just entertainment, but that's a conversation for another day...let us not forget that the source material for these movies, comics, have historically been used as a tool of influence since World War 2.

What you notice in these movies is how helpless ordinary people are, unless you possess god-like powers, have been trained and programmed all your life to be a super killer, rich or a member of a some secret government militarized force, you are going to be portrayed as a sniveling mess of atoms that only exist to be cannon fodder. In the world or superheroes and supervillains, people are just weak, uneducated fools that must be protected by their overlords because they lack the intelligence and strength to protect themselves from the events that are usually caused by the entities that have taken it upon themselves to rule them.

The material that used to inspire us to be better than the sum of our parts, to become heroes, to fight for what we believe and to protect the weak now tells us we are not strong/smart enough to have any control of ourselves and we should let people better than us handle everything.

Something else I keep noticing in these movies is how they keep dropping real world events that are typically seen as conspiracy theories. in the last captain America movie, the winter soldier they had MKultra mind control, project paperclip, secret societies working within the government and the main plot of the movie was creating a system that would eliminate criminals before they were able to commit the crime. All these things are actually real-world things and can be researched very easy without having to go to the tinfoil hat wearing blogs, One would think that this stuff is getting embedded into movies and media so if regular people come across it, they will just associate it with entertainment.

Captain America Civil War, great movie. The action is everything you want it to be, some comedy thrown in and some drama, I personally would like to have seen a little more drama given the seriousness of the event but this didn't get in the way of my enjoyment.

Civil war is based on the 2006 comic of the same name. In the original comic version of the story, A few superheroes were making a reality TV show chasing down supervillains in the town of Stamford, Connecticut, when it all goes wrong 60 children end up dead prompting the call for all superheroes to register their powers and be controlled by the government. This mirrors the events of real-world Sandyhook incident of 2012 which prompted the latest attempt to have all guns(powers) registered and controlled by the government, a lot of people even believe this was a staged event, like a reality TV show, Its probably just a coincidence that Sandyhook school is only 33 miles away from fictional location.

The movie version has the avengers doing some good deed in another country which goes wrong and instead of hundreds getting killed, the people with powers were able to reduce the casualties, this did not matter and there were calls for a registration and government control. After some debate between the main heroes Mr logic (who's not even human) chimes in and sides with the government. So now you have two sides, pro-government control, and pro-freedom.

They go their separate ways only to find out that not registering their powers or agreeing to retire instantly makes them criminals, kinda like when you make laws to regulate people's right to bear arms, you make criminals out of innocent people.

Time for the false flag event orchestrated by somebody working within the government which is used to divide the super friends more. Remember the MKultra survivor from the winter soldier? well, he is framed for killing the dad of some super-rich guy that likes to dress as a cat and is now public enemy number one. Since his buddy is the leader of the pro-freedom side there now becomes this situation where the pro-freedom guys prove how much they can not be trusted with their powers as they go on a destructive out-of-control rampage around the world causing massive property damage and no doubt putting the lives of innocent cannon fodder in danger.

You couldn't just have the pro-freedom guys just standing up for their rights to be responsible for their own actions, that would draw sympathy. Captain "America" had to be using his powers for a really dumb reason, just to prove how people can not be trusted with their own power. Seriously, Bucky at the very least needed to be locked in some hospital until they could fix him, he literally could be triggered to go on a murderous rampage by watching a Russian spelling bee contest.

On to the airport scene, which was probably the best 30 minutes ever to be on the big screen, everyone kicked butt and got their butt kicked, my inner child loved it...my over active adult brain was comparing it to the Bundy/Feds standoff where both sides had guns and the only thing that separated them was one side was following orders and the other was standing up for their rights. After the fight, the leader of the pro-freedom group abandons his allies who all end up in jail so he can go off and cause some more trouble elsewhere.

The rest of the movie leads up to the final fight between government and freedom. The leader of the pro-government group, who at this point knew that the leader of the pro-freedoms groups friend was framed and has been used as a Manchurian candidate, gets the news that his parents were killed by the mind controlled pawn and then proceeds in beating both their butts, proving that government is stronger than freedom...he did, however, get blindsided at the end and freedom moves to Africa, a place known for its freedom. Cat dude who was also on a rampage the whole movie finally got what he wanted and instead of killing the guy behind the whole mess decided to let justice take its course.

Overall id gives the movie 9 for action, 7 for story and 11 for propaganda. I really don't mind propaganda, as long as it is entertaining, which this movie really is.
By aga 07 May, 2016

It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that i have to inform you of the passing of Social Justice Warriors. After a long fight against inequality, slavery, oppression and countless other unseen enemies, SJW’s passed away. They may be gone but their victories will be forever remembered.


After a long struggle fighting social injustice, social justice warriors finally succumbed to progressiveness, this terrible ailment in which there is no known cure.


Today's social justice warriors have been left with the spoils of what was once a noble fight. A noble fight that has now been reduced to endless whining about trigger warnings, guys sitting with their legs open and fucking clicking fingers instead of clapping because apparently clapping is aggressive or some shit...seriously, it's a thing, it's called snapplause.


Believe it or not, this is actually a good thing, if the only thing you have to worry about is being triggered by somebody clapping then your life is pretty fucking sweet. In the western world at least, all the real battles have been won. It is also a good thing that this sense or social morality still exists within people, where they feel they need to stand up for the weak, The real problem is, these poor peoples admirable instincts have been hijacked by the weak spineless betas that did not have the strength to stand up when the real battles were happening, they instead turned on, tuned in and dropped out.


These people are now trying to relive their youth by heading up the rear to a battle that has long been won. They disgustingly ride on the glory of past battles. Thanks to real social justice warriors every woman in the western world has the same rights and opportunities as every man, every color is equal in the eyes of the law and the only thing we have left to fight for is the rights of the rest of the world...you know...Them places where women are treated like second class citizens, where slavery is still a thing, where you can get killed for what you believe and what you won't believe, where education is a luxury and not a right. Yes, you will be glad to hear that there is still some good fights left out there, waiting for you.


If your goal is not to engage these atrocities then you do not care about justice and you sure as fuck are not a warrior, you're a follower, a puppet, somebody that is too scared to face the reality that the world is not against you, you are just weak. Rosa Parks had a safe place, it was at the back of the bus, she choose to stand up alone and refuse to be weak. There is a real difference in what she did and a bunch of kids shouting over people because you are offended because...well...whatever the fuck you're offended by, i assure you it's probably stupid. Being offended will never make you right, it will just make you weak.


If however your goal is to go and help the rest of the world catch up, then please heed my advice:

  • Pull your pants up
  • Stop crying
  • Speaking louder doesn't make you right
  • Learn some actual facts and not just regurgitate the latest talking points
  • Pull your pants up (seriously, this needs to be repeated, if you walk around another country with your ass hanging out, you'll not last the day)
  • Question everything your progressive teachers tell you, or better still, actually fact check it yourself.
  • And finally, pull your fucking pants up!

By aga 28 Apr, 2016
Firstly, I can't believe in the 21 century we still have discussions about what bathroom people should use. Bathrooms, restrooms, water closet or whatever other names they go by have nothing to do with gender, they are about plumbing. If you have the right plumbing to urinate against a wall then you use the bathroom with the wall to urinate against, if you have to sit down (have to not want to) then you use the other one. It's really simple.

I feel that there is no way to write about this subject without reducing it to the language you use when talking to a 5-year-old. Really, if it has to be explained to you why people are assigned bathrooms that match their plumbing, I feel there is nothing that can be said that you can comprehend. Best you just go to your safe place now.

Ok, so who are these confused individuals that are intent on breaking bathroom/changing room protocol? The simple answer is people suffering from mental disorders including pedophiles and people with Gender dysphoria (transgender). Yes, little delicate flowers, these are both mental disorders. One disorder causes the sufferer to have an unnatural sexual attraction to prepubescent children the other disorder causes the sufferer to THINK their body does not match their true gender. They are both disorders, they can be treated even cured.

Somewhere along the way, we decided instead of treating Gender dysphoria we would indulge the disorder. So now we live in a society where we have more than two genders, Male, Female, and Transgender.

This is not the issue. I believe every person has the right to do whatever they want as long as their actions do not affect anyone else and as long as people suffering from this disorder are giving enough information about this disorder to make an informed decision.

The issue here is, people are forcing other people to accept this disorder as a normal thing and to make allowances for the decisions of other people, The current round of acceptance is we have to accept that a person with a mental disorder can use whatever bathroom they want. This is also not really the real problem, I personally don't care if a woman that changed her plumbing to that of a man shares a bathroom or changing room with me, as long as they have actually had their plumbing changed. Remember it's a plumbing issue and not a gender issue. My issue is simply that laws are being made to protect people with one harmless mental disorder that will allow people with a harmful mental disorder to indulge themselves.

If you actually believe that pedophiles will not use this loophole to indulge their desires then you are not qualified to make any choices...ever. It's already happening, just because the media is not the reporting events that goes against their politically correct narrative, does not mean it's not happening.

My question to the transgender community is this: Could you really live with yourself if one child gets kidnapped, raped or molested because a law was passed to protect your bathroom choices? If me never pissing in public again meant one less child would be in danger, then I think I'd hold it.

Like everything in life, there is more to this than a transgender person not having to sit on a seat that's been peed on. The bigger picture here is laws are being made governing private businesses. This is wrong, very wrong. Businesses should be able to decide for themselves what services they provide to their customers and customers should be able to decide if the services they offer goes against their beliefs or concerns and they can decide to use that business or not. I should be able to go to a store that allows transgender people to use the bathroom they identify with and I should also have the freedom to be able to take my daughters to a business and not have to be concerned about them going into a bathroom where somebody is pretending to identify as a woman.

This is about me (and the people that oppose this) hating people that force themselves on children, not some guy that thinks wearing a dress will make them complete. Yes, there is people that think transgender people are freaks, I personally couldn't care less. An ex-man with all the right plumbing being in the bathroom with my daughter does not bother me in the slightest.

I like guns, there are laws protecting my right to carry guns in public, I would be lying if I said the idea of walking around with an AR15 on my back didn't somewhat appeal to me...I don't do it. I don't do it because me exercising this right would make some people uncomfortable. If you want to prove you are in control and it's not just some out of control mental disorder dictating your actions, then maybe consider making a choice that helps protect children rather than basically telling the world that all you care about is your needs...like pedophiles.




By aga 15 Apr, 2016
What was once probably a worthy cause has now turned into a joke in which nobody is laughing. Every time this movement protests the death of an armed criminal while ignoring the deaths of every single person caught in the crossfire of gang violence they destroy a chunk of their legitimacy.

If you point an illegal firearm at somebody that is carrying a legal firearm, you're gonna get shot, it's that simple. The color of the guys skin and the fact this guy was a cop has zero relevance.

It seems this movement is no longer about justice. To anyone observing with half a brain, this movement seems like it is more about eliminating the consequence of your actions. Apparently justice for this movement is not to have everyone on even footing but to have black people who have suffered in the past get a free pass for current crimes.

That's not justice, that's revenge.

Black lives do matter, but it really seems like they don't matter to the black lives matter movement. If they did, instead of destroying their neighborhoods they would be organizing to clean them up, run out the drug dealers and gangs. They would be making their neighborhoods business friendly to bring in jobs and if they are lucky enough to go to college, they would be using that opportunity to get an education and not to organize demonstrations. Seriously, you think future employers are fighting over who gets to employ the activist?

All this movement does is highlight antisocial behavior. If you want to protest something, how about protesting how every election cycle you get promised the exact same things which are never delivered. These people are your real enemies and their careers rely on your focus being in the wrong place.
By aga 01 Mar, 2016
Last night we were treated to the live 2016 progressive convention, also known as the Oscars. This is a hugely important event, or at least, the media portrays it that way. Basically, a group of celebrities get gold-colored statues for being able to remember their lines and finding their mark during shooting. Apparently the millions of dollars in paychecks didn't quite cover it.

So, let's start with who won. Nah, fuck that! I would have to try really hard to care less. Besides, there are only 3 awards that anyone gives a shit about and I guarntee you already know who won them.

I'm going to focus on what's important. The host's speeches and the acceptance speeches.

Let's start with the black guy that got paid to be the main face of this year's Oscars. The guy that got the most screen time, which he desperately needs being on the downside of his career, spent that time talking about how black people need to be included more and made some racist jokes about Asians. Then we have Joe Biden, his speech about sexual abuse... Isn't this guy always being accused of inappropriate sexual conduct? Finally, there was good old private jet flying, SUV-driving, private yacht sailing, Leo lecturing us about climate change while picking up paychecks from an unnecessary industry that has an unnecessary worldwide carbon footprint.

Maybe I just didn't get it. Maybe it was all supposed to be a comedy sketch. If that was the case, I think they should have upped their game some. They could have had Bill Cosby discussing the dangers of alcohol, some contraceptive advice from Charley Sheen and maybe finish with Berney Sander's explanation of common core.

I suspect this may not have been the case. I have come to the conclusion that people these days really do have zero self-awareness and actually believe the shit they are shoveling. It is also interesting to note that the word 'hypocrite' comes from the greek word hypokrisis which literally means actor. Maybe it's not their fault. Maybe it is just a job requirement of the rich, powerful and entitled to not practice what they endlessly preach. Or maybe we can just stop giving so much attention to the people that clearly know the least.
By aga 24 Feb, 2016
In the left corner hailing from his walled-in country, weighing in at more than his doctor recommends and standing higher than everyone else is the hypercritical, name calling, the self-appointed world leader, the Pontiff with the mostess, his unholy father Francis and in the right corner we have Trump.

First round Francis comes out swinging questioning Trumps religion because Trump wants to build a dividing wall between Mexico and the USA so that people coming into his country should go through a proper vetting process. The crowd erupts with people chanting "Francis! Francis!" Instant memes and news headlines circle the world. How could trump recover from such a blow? But wait! Francis looks tired, he is in retreat, back to his country surrounded by a 40-foot wall and private army.

Second round both fighters look tired, Trump manages to get off a shot that barely lands by suggesting that “No leader, especially a religious leader, should have the right to question another man’s religion or faith.” Francis fans quickly retaliates by deleting the words "no leader", replacing it with "nobody", turns it into a question and then brings up that trump did the same thing by saying “How can Ted Cruz be an Evangelical Christian when he lies so much and is so dishonest?” the crowd is on their feet! no way Trump can come back from this blow.

Third round Francis has clearly used up all his pope juice and could not survive any retaliation so in a move to defend from any, he has his multi-billion dollor organization spin the story by saying his comments "were simply an affirmation of his longstanding belief that migrants should be helped and welcomed rather than shut off behind walls."(Vatican city has welcomed zero refugees), "Trump's contention that his statement that Trump was 'not a Christian' was based largely on 'what he was told' about the billionaire's position" and "'The Pope has clearly said he didn't want to get involved in the electoral campaign in the US, and also said that he said what he said on the basis of what he was told [about Trump], hence giving him the benefit of the doubt." since trump has no moves to make now, THIS FIGHT IS OVER! Francis has his hand raised and everyone rushes to get out of the parking lot before it gets too crazy.

Clearly Francis won this fight and for a good reason, he is head of an organization that is expert at manipulating people for its personal gain. Taking back what he said was not a mistake, its way for them to manipulating the public without getting any dirt stuck to them. All the memes and all the news articles about this story still exist there is almost none (if any) of the retraction. Any damage to Trumps presidential run is not or will be fixed.

I don't know the Francis personally so I can't judge him directly but I do know he is head of an organization that has been manipulating religious teachings since its creation, this is evident by the way it sways whatever way the wind is blowing so it can continue being relevant. How can something that was once wrong now be ok? I have not heard of god coming and giving them new rules to follow so either they are making it up as they go or they have never been working for god in the first place.

I don't agree with building a wall, I think it would be better and cheaper to enforce the laws we have and not give immigrants benefits unless they go through the correct immigration procedures. Take away the reason people immigrate and you'll have less immigration. That being said people in walled cities should not cast stones, seriously, I don't understand how people get past the hypocrisy of the original statement.
By aga 17 Feb, 2016
In today's world, you do not get to escape your duties even after death. Antonin Scalia's body was still warm when both sides of the isle started using him as a political tool. I understand that his seat needs to be filled and I also understand that both sides would like that seat to be filled with somebody that benefits their party. That being said, these people are supposed to be our leaders, how about leading the people of this country in a direction that has some sort of decency?

Antonin Scalia was 79 when he passed and at that point the cause of death can simply be, being 79. however, the initial reports of the judge being found with a pillow over his head (which has since been changed to "not over his face as some have been saying. The pillow was against the headboard."), pajamas unwrinkled, the families request for no autopsy and the owner of the ranch being John Poindexter, a Texas millionaire businessman also noted for being a donor to the democrat Party. Add to this the motive of Obama being able to nominate a progressive liberal democrat into the position before his final term ends and you open the inevitable door to conspiracy theories.

So not only are both sides of the isle using this man's death to further their political agendas, campaigns, legacies but also the alternative news sources are also picking the bones of Scalia's body for their personal gain..........It is pretty disgusting what we have become as a people.

I personally don't want Obama to nominate a progressive liberal democrat into that seat because I want a balance in all levels of government. Any side with total control would be absolute chaos. I don't think if somebody would go out of their way to assassinate a 79-year man when you could just as easy just wait, time will eventually do the job for you. I think republicans will be doing the job that republican voters elected them to do by blocking Obamas nomination.

Basically, there is nothing really to discuss concerning this whole incident, apart from this guys life and achievements. He is permanently retired, maybe let the man rest in peace.

If however, the republicans do a half-assed job of blocking Obama's nominee and the supreme court does end up leaning towards the progressive side, then open this incident up for discussion but until that point the only thing you should be discussing is why the president of the united states is not representing the people by attending the Funeral of a member of the supreme court? regardless of your politics, at this point its about respect.
By aga 12 Feb, 2016
2015 has seen the rise of the most unexpected presidential candidate the US has ever seen. He is loud, harsh, unapologetic and to say he acts unpresidential would be an understatement. How did this guy ever get into our political arena and more importantly how the hell is it possible that he is a serious candidate?

If you use the current narrative of today's mainstream media, you would believe we live in a country that is overwhelmingly on the side of unquestionable tolerance, political correctness, where all opposition to progressive ideas is instantly crushed by the public outcry of the masses. There may be small pockets of inbred racists, bigots and people that do not recognize the struggles of the poor/uneducated but according to the media, these people are just old white people set in their ways and in no way represent the views of the majority.

So how can it be that a man that is clearly the opposite of the countries views and in no way be soo popular?

Well, maybe he's not, maybe he is exactly in line with how the country is feeling. Maybe because he is not how the mainstream media portrays the country which coincidently seems to go in line with what politicians say (it is almost like they are working together) is the reason for his popularity.

The squeaky wheel gets the most oil and there is a very small percentage of this country that does all the squeaking while the rest of us are quietly getting on with our lives. The vast amount of Americans is struggling to pay their bills, keep the power on, feed their children, fill the gaps in our children's education and build our futures. We have very little time to go out of our way to find things to be offended about.

We also find it refreshing to hear a person that is running for office not talk like a politician and give endless promises based on how the political wind is blowing that we all know will never be kept. We are tired of voting for the lesser of two evils.

Why does Trump exist in our political forum? He exists because the politically correct, blind tolerant minority has created a vacuum that Donald Trump fits perfectly into. I may not agree with all his solutions or his views but I for one welcome his addition to this race, if for no more reason than it shines a light on how the people who actually keep this country running really feel.

By aga 05 Feb, 2016
It's that time of year again where we get a whole month to be reminded of the atrocities our forefathers imposed on the black race and to celebrate the achievements of this race despite the extra weight they carried.

It is important that every year for an entire month we are reminded that black slavery was a thing in America, It is somehow also important that we forget about the Irish slaves (about 30,000) or Asain slaves or native American slaves who were made slaves in their own land. We must also forget that 30 million slaves that exist in the world today (this is double the combined amount of slaves that existed in all of American history)

We need to focus on the evil white slave owners that enslaved a race of people, forgetting of course that some of these slave owners were black, in fact, the first person to legally own a slave in the US was black. Anthony Johnson who was a slave himself. yeah, lets forget about that.

Black history month is not just about slavery and racism, it is also about celebrating the accomplishments of black Americans. here is a list of 101 things that are considered accomplishments http://www.blackpast.org/aah/101-african-american-firsts It is a list of the first black person to, its a good list, it serves to remind black people that it's a big deal if they become for example a supreme court justice or a U.S. ambassador. Here is another list or black inventors and scientists that will be praised during this month of black history http://www.infoplease.com/spot/bhmscientists1.html

These lists are nice but to me and maybe it's just me, they are a little condescending........Ok, they are very condescending. Being black is not a handicap, it's a skin-tone. the color of these peoples skin had no positive or negative influence on their accomplishments. All these lists do is contribute to a mindset that black people are "less than". Your skin color does not determine your worth, your actions or inactions do.

Who really benefits from black history month?

That's easy to answer, the same people that think it is ok to enslave people and keep them down (regardless of skin color) are the same people that take pleasure in reminding groups of their losses and patronizing them for any achievements. It's like all the other football teams taking a month out of the year to remind one team about how many times they didn't win the super bowl even though they have a few good players. It keeps that one team down, even the years when they win they will believe it was somehow a bigger deal because they are not as good.

There is no such thing as:
  • Black slavery, there is just slavery,
  • Black History, there is just history,
  • Black accomplishments, there is just human accomplishment and
  • Black failures, there is just failures.

With black history, black people invented the traffic light, with history, black people walked on the moon with the rest of us.
By aga 26 Jan, 2016
It was a great day for people who are pro-choice. Today a Houston grand jury indicts David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt for wrongdoing while making videos about Planned Parenthood harvesting and selling baby parts.

Pro-choicers are delighted, Planned Parenthood has been redeemed and the bad pro-lifers are looking rather foolish for believing such a terrible thing about such a great organization.

Problem is, from what I can tell its true. Planned Parenthood does harvest organs, and these meetings and discussions did happen. These guys are being accused of trying to purchase human organs and tampering with a government record. Both these things they did to gain access to Planned Parenthood in order to make the videos. If they had to pretend to want to buy baby parts to gain access, then logically these things were happening.

The guilt of these two guys is confirmation that both the interview videos and the other videos while edited are true. These Videos are only edited for time because people have zero attention span. The fact that people are not even making the connection that these people can only be guilty if their videos are true proves that.

You can watch the videos here

Edited or not, there is really no denying what these videos show.
Did Planned Parenthood break any laws? Probably not and that's what's most disturbing about this whole thing.
Did The Center For Medical Process break any laws? Absolutely, but they did what they had to do in order to show what goes on at Planned Parenthood.

Just because something is legal does not make it right and maybe that's what we should be taken from this. We have laws that defend the harvesting of baby parts but no laws defending investigative reporting. I don't know about you, but I find something fundamentally wrong with that.
By aga 22 Jan, 2016
The media has been abuzz with the recent announcement of some select celebrities boycott of the upcoming BET and BMA awards. it seems that they are not happy with the lack of white nominations.

You didn't hear about that? Yeah, that's because it would be ridiculous, almost as ridiculous as boycotting the Oscars.

There is a real problem in today's society where every issue gets reduced down to race. It is conceivable to think that maybe no black actors stood out this year. No, that can't be it, it must be because of racism.

It doesn't matter that black people have been represented at the Oscars since Hattie McDaniel won the best actress in a supporting role in 1939 (16 years before Rosa Parks decided she was not going to sit at the back of the bus). It also doesn't matter that 20 black actors have been nominated for best actor in a leading role since 1958 and have won 4 times. It doesn't even matter that 6 times since 1948 black people have received special awards, as recent as 2015.

None of that matters, all that matter is this year no black actors have been nominated for best actor/actress.......

At what point do people start pointing out the hypocrisy of these here? White people literally have no awards just for white people, none, zero. you can't count the Klan's annual best hood award because it don't fucking exist! Every other race on the face of this planet has awards that are only for people of their race.

This is not racism, racism is when you have awards JUST FOR YOUR RACE!!!
By aga 20 Jan, 2016
Unlike most people talking about this movie, I decided I would watch it first before commenting. As a movie, it was very interesting and highly entertaining, think of it as the new Black Hawk Down. It takes a tragic event and turns it into 144 minutes of Hollywood action where the good guys never miss and the bad guys never seem to hit anyone unless they just had a monologue about their plans right after the fight. I would even go so far as to say it is one of the best movies I have seen in a while and I watch a lot of movies.

As some sort of political statement that the right wing media is hoping it will become, I would have to say it failed. After you settle in and the popcorn farts are brewing in your gut you will already be in movie watching mode. After the credits roll, you will be mad that these guys received no help and that it really seemed like this was a set up from the start, but by the time you are almost home you are going to be wondering if Jim is gonna try and get his job back at Dunder Mifflin.

You can't tell true stories with movies, not if your intention is to change minds. All you can do with movies is enforce people's beliefs. This story really does need to be told and not reduced to entertainment.

Go watch it. Don't worry, if you are left wing, it is not going to make you question your beliefs, you will just see an entertaining movie about a US ambassador and some CIA agents that were left to die with only the protection of some Alpha contractors to protect them.
By aga 01 Sep, 2015
The end is nigh......again....

New year, new apocalyptic prophecy. We survived Y2K, we survived 2012 and we survived the rapture; now we got sep 21st coming up and it looks likely that we will survive it too, after all, end of world conspiracies are just the product of bored middle aged men that live in their mother's basement and spend their time connecting dots that with squiggly lines.

Or are they?

We have been conditioned by the media and religions that the end of the world will be this huge event with fire raining down, people screaming, crying and hideous demons dotted around the landscape. we think the end will be instant when it will most likely be a frog in the frying pan situation.

Y2K may not have been an event that sent us technology wise back to the stone age, but there were events put into place that changed the world, we are still feeling the repercussions of that and the following years events and we will probably always will.

Dec 21st, 2012 did not pass without incident, for one that horrible song Gangnam style got one billion views on youtube, less importantly there was a clear rise in terrorist attacks around the world.

The day of rapture in May 2011 had an EF5 tornado, the deadliest tornado on record. Yes, these events may have nothing to do with the prophecies, I am just using them as examples that these dates are not without incident. So here's the thing, Sep 2015 is going to be full of events that will change this planet, lots of little events that will seem insignificant and unconnected at first, some of these events will be met with cheers, some not. my advice for what its worth is, don't assume nothing happened just because you woke up in a comfy bed and still have internet access.

we are frogs in a frying pan and we are slowly being burned alive.


By aga 26 Aug, 2015
So we had a shooting today that made headlines, not by a right wing, racist multiple gun owner but by a black, Obama supporting gay male that wanted to start a race war. He purchased a gun after the church shooting because he was inspired by the Charleston church shooting  white racist.  So he decides he will kill a couple of white people and then follow the rules of a high profile shooting and kill himself (Working in the news industry I'm sure he is aware of the process to get his fame)

So

Let's talk about gun control, or, let's not. We can say this wouldn't have happened if this guy didn't have access to guns, or we can say if this guy really wanted to kill he would have found a way. We can say guns kill people, or we can say people kill people. let other people get into the whole gun control circle jerk and lets look at the other aspects of this incident.

He wasn't some racist gun nut......wait, that's exactly what he was, sorry for a second there I was tapped into the narrative where only white people can be racist and you must have an AR15 to be a gun nut. This stand-up member of the community was the worst kind of racist, gun nut. Not the old white guy sitting on his lawn chair shooting at black people that dared walk past his yard because he grew up in a time where his parents taught him that black people only live to rape white women and are sub-human racist, but worst kind of racist, the kind created by the media, the dangerous kind.

The worst kind of racist is the kind that think their actions are justified, that justification comes from years of being told that you are being oppressed, nothing's your fault, it's the fault of other races, it is not only your right to fight back, it's your responsibility. this is how the Nazi's got their followers, this is how the Klan gets its followers, this is how Muslim extremists get their followers and this is how the race baiters get their followers. This guy was a weak minded racist that not only drank the kool-aid, he bathed and swam in it.

Was he a gun nut? well, he was a nut with a gun, which is more dangerous than a gun nut. I have guns, I have somewhat of a passion for them, I work on them to make them better, I am always adjusting them so they can perform at their best. I'm what people would call a gun nut. He was a nut with a gun, he lost his mind and searched for it at a gun store, when he didn't find it there he decided to buy a gun and shoot some white people, when he didn't find it there he looked down the barrel of the gun and pulled the trigger to see if that would put his mind back in his head.......that's the actions of a crazy person whose mind was twisted by a continued race baiting narrative that sees racism in everything.

If guns were banned would this have happened? I don't know

If people were given forced psychological exams would this have happened? I don't know.

If this guy wasn't being fed a regular diet of race baiting would this have happened? Absolutely not.

What does it matter that he was gay? well, it doesn't, I just threw that in there because most media outlets will leave that out because we can't have gay people doing bad things.
By aga 01 Aug, 2015
So Cecil is dead and the whole world is mourning. He will leave a big hole in our lives, but we will always have the memories of that time he.......oh wait, maybe that time, he, no........OK, what the fuck was this cat famous for again? seems to me he is only famous for dying.

So what is the big deal?

From news stories this lion was apparently lured from his habitat by a dentist, shot with a bow/crossbow/spare or whatever, then tracked for 40 hours, finished with a bullet beheaded and skinned (probably with a really blunt dentist tool). All very horrifying stuff........if you live with your head in the clouds anyway.

So the lion was lured into the open, that sounds fishy, right? unless you realize that most ethical hunters will lure animals into the open to get a clear shot so they can kill the animal clean and not cause it undue suffering. this happens more so with a bow or crossbow because unlike a high powered rifle a bow or crossbow will lose kinetic energy over a shorter distance. so maybe the luring part of the story is not that outrageous, what about the beheading and skinning aka processing the kill. It sounds really brutal to anyone that gets their meat from Safeway but to the people that get their own food, this is what you do, since the big bad dentist was a trophy hunter who paid 50k for that trophy, the head and skin are his to do what he wants with.

The 50k was paid for permits to hunt, that means he was going to kill a lion no matter what, the lion he happened to kill was our friend Cecil who we all never knew but loved. is this dentist wrong, he probably did something wrong, at the very least he picked some shady guides at the most he deliberately went to Africa to kill this lion and hired people that would make this happen, however I am not sure that's the case, mainly because 50k seems rather cheap for that type of experience, especially when you consider the risks to the guides who can make upwards of 100k a day on the right legal hunt would be taken.

So what is the real issue here, that answer is very simple, people don't like hunters killing animals they think are cute. being humane is very different from being human. Humans are a vital part of the ecosystem, as the apex predator, it is our responsibility to cull the herd just like it is the lions responsibility to control the population of the animals on its menu and so on down the food chain. We must kill the older predators so the younger, more virile predators can replace them.

Cecil was 13 years old, that is old for a lion every year past his peak breeding age that lion lived meant the females in his pride would be missing opportunities to breed with younger more virile lions.

Maybe Cecil's death can remind us that we need to be more human and less humane. if we stop protecting these animals nature will take its course.
By aga 29 Jun, 2015
Please shut up

So, I don't agree with same-sex marriage, not for any religious reasons and not because I have anything against gay people, they are just people with different sexual preferences than me and I'm sure my bedroom activities would probably shock them more than theirs shocks me. That being said Kim Davis's "moral stand" is nothing but hate disguised as belief.

This woman's claim that her belief prohibits her from doing her job does not trump people's legal rights, this battle is already over and the people that disagree with same-sex marriage (me included) lost. It is really that simple.

Morals do not exist in government, nor should they. Morals do not exist in law and they shouldn't exist there either. Laws represent the will of the people (well, they are supposed to at least) and in this case, the will of the people was that they want same-sex marriage.

Her job is basically administrating the will of the people that has been decided in our legal system, it should be noted that our legal system does not go to church every Sunday and the only higher power it answers to is the people. As a person, Kim Davis should have every right to voice her views as a representative of our legal system she has two choices;
  1. Do her job and shut the hell up or,
  2. Quit the job which forces her to go against her beliefs 
People have the right (even under the religion that she claims to be defending) to choose their sins. You have the right to voice your views or even better, you can testify by living a clean healthy life that glorifies your creator. A life which people will be drawn to and will want to emulate.

Kim Davis's intention might have been to send a message that not everyone is pro same-sex marriage.........It might have been. however, what she has actually done is shine a big spotlight on her past marriages and came out looking like a total hypocrite and thus making anyone else that takes the same kind of stand a little less legit because they are in the same group as her.

DEUSnexu News

By aga 18 Mar, 2017
I've been holding off writing about pizza gate simply because I can't verify any of the information to be true or false. That being said, there is a lot of weirdness surrounding this story that should be addressed in a responsible manner.

The (very) basic summary of the story is this:
During the 2016 presidential race John Podesta one of Hilary Clinton's associates had his emails hacked and leaked to the public via WikiLeaks. Within these emails there was a lot of conversations that some have said is writing in a code used by pedophiles, these code words are backed up by the FBI. Also contained in the emails are references to a pizza joint called Comet Ping Pong Pizza in Washington DC and that is where the story got the name pizza gate.

I'm not going to go into all the child sex trafficking and stories of satanic ritualistic abuse that goes along with this story, I can not confirm or disprove any of it and the waters are too muddied now to even try, it is up to you to look into it yourself and draw your own conclusions.

What I want to address in this article is how the story and investigation were handled by the authorities and media because that is the really weird part.

In mid-December 2016, the story was officially debunked by fox news after a "truther" entered Comet ping pong on December 4th and fired one shot that hit the restaurants computer damaging the hard drive. Fox News interviewed the poor owner of the restaurant, James Alefantis and he confirmed that the story was indeed fake news...

This was it, that was the evidence that there was not a sex trafficking ring operating in DC, the owner of the restaurant that was said to be involved said it was not true...

That guy must be really trustworthy to be able to put an end to such a terrible allegation on his word alone, maybe that is why a pizza joint owner in the most powerful area of real estate in the world is listed as one of The 50 Most Powerful People in Washington by GQ...

Think about that for a second, DC is where the US government pretty much decides the fate of the world, every powerful entity on the planet has offices and representation there, it is full of congressmen, lobbyist, lawyers, judges, generals, a few CEOs. the President of the United States of America yet some dude that makes pizzas ranks as one of the top 50 most powerful people in Washington...Them pizzas must be good, I mean they must be topped with ambrosia or diamonds or something.

If there was ever an allegation made about you or anyone you know regarding children, you would without a doubt be investigated, as you should be, we are talking about children, they need to be defended. This pizza dude is so powerful that his word literally overwrites any investigation.

I believe in our system when it is working as it should be, everybody is innocent until proven guilty, however, we are talking about children here, if there is a 1/1000 chance that there is anything to this story it should be investigated, I can't understand or see any reason why it has not already been. If nothing is found then that vindicates the pizza guy and if something is found well then let justice take his course but to just take somebodies word that nothing is going on is weird and just creates more questions.

I personally hope this is a fake story and if it turns out to be so then I hope the people behind this story eat some humble pie and publically apologize because whatever your reason to make these allegations, nobody deserves to be accused of this if they are innocent. But unless there is some sort of investigation, this guy is going to be carrying some guilt in my and I'm sure other people's eyes, I'm only human and like I said, if there is a 1/1000 chance it is true, I will believe it is true for the children's sake.
By aga 10 Feb, 2017
Ok, so Donald Trump is now president...Load help us all.

I don't know if Trump is a good guy, a bad guy, an evil genius or a complete idiot. We may never know since the information coming out on both sides is so tainted. However, what is hard to ignore is the effect his presidency is having on the country.

First off I have to say, I agree with a lot of what he is doing and disagree with a lot of what he's doing, this is not based on any expert, well-informed opinion but simply based on my somewhat average view of what I think affects me and what I believe is best for the country based only on the information I have been privy to.

What we have going on now is a media that to say is anti-trump would be an understatement, but because they are anti-Trump does not mean that they are looking out for the American people, let's not forget they were pro-Hillary. We get constant updates with negative spins put on every little thing trump does, weather hes tweeting, picking his cabinet or writing executive orders its all being met with the exact same level of outrage and criticism. We also have organized groups of protesters ready to march and riot every little thing at the drop of a hat with, again, urgency dialed up to ten like its the worst thing ever.

Right now, nothing Trump can do will ever be ok, if he came up with a cure for cancer there would be headlines saying "Trump destroys cancer treatment centers" and people would be protesting for the right to have cancer.

While it's a good thing to hold the president responsible and criticize their every action, what's going on now is not only dangerous for our country, its dangerous for the world. Trump could rape a Muslim woman with his penis wrapped in bacon while nuking Sweden and the level of outrage would be the same as it was when he tweeted "time to make america great again", there is nowhere left to go with your outrage. What are you going to do? riot some more? protest? call for impeachment? hashtag not my president? Attack his supporters? We have already done all them things and we have done them so much that now people have stopped caring. right now Donald Trump can get away with anything and not only will people not listen to another protest, they are starting to see him as the underdog with the whole world against him...In case you haven't heard, people love an underdog story.

These protests are creating support for Trump. In two years when it comes time to vote in the mid-terms don't be surprised if people remember these days and you don't get the results you want.

I am not saying these things to rub salt in your wounds, I actually don't want a country that leans completely right any more than I want one that leans completely left. Take an objective look at what's going on and adjust your actions appropriately, also, pick your battles, you don't need to protest everything, be a little more selective, you'll have plenty of opportunities to wear your new scarf and hoodie.

One last thing, Trump's strategy won this election, ask yourself, are you really sure this is also not just part of his strategy?
By aga 03 Jan, 2017
Before you get all excited and start waving your swastikas or get offended and start composing some long-winded SA, let me just settle you all down. This article is not about race, it's actually about the planet.

At the top and bottom of our planet as well as lots of areas between, there is this white stuff called ice and snow). due to what I think are natural cycles this ice and snow melts during the summer and freezes during the colder months (not exactly groundbreaking information), however, what some people may not realize is that this white stuff serves a purpose other than a place for polar bears to slaughter seals when not posing for climate change journalists. This cold white stuff also reflects the suns rays keeping the planet cooler and more hospitable for human life.

This planet is as much a living thing as everything that is living on it, all living things go through cycles, inevitably this planet will get rid of us and replace us will something stronger, more versatile and better than us, just like it has done with everything before us. While human life may have a natural expiration date on this planet, There is a way to prolong our time here, to at least give us a chance to go argue on some other planet.

There is a lot of people that think prolonging our extinction involves changing our lifestyle, reverting back to the stone age, getting rid of vast amounts of the population or my personal favorite, taxing people more. while these may have some small effect (except the more taxes, that for sure will save us all) at the end of the day we are still going to be dead. It's like them people that hit 30 and start eating healthy, exercising, eating every supplement known to man, drinking babies blood (or is that just me?) and flushing out their anus. these things will add a couple of years to your life providing you don't get hit by a truck, but you're still going to die, meanwhile the dude that has been smoking 20 a day for 60 years and washing his raw red meat down with cheap beer is blowing the candles out at his 100th birthday.

Instead of changing how about we just trick the planet into keeping us around longer? The white stuff is melting and because it's melting it is reflecting less of the suns rays away every year which means every year it will get hotter and every year there will be less white stuff. The solution, make more stuff white. The suns rays are not being reflected because it is hitting snow or ice, it is melting because it is hitting white stuff. Humans take up a lot of real estate on this planet, all we have to do is paint anything that faces the sky white (cars, roofs, roads, pavements and anything else that the sun hits) instead of the default dark colors that will only add to the earth heating, not only will this counter the effects of the melting white stuff it may also reverse it. Your don't need to be a fancy climate change scientist to realize that on a hot day you are about 10 degrees hotter beside a black tarmac road than you would be in a green field.

If you think this is nonsense, consider this. when all aircraft over the US was grounded after the events of Sep 11th 2001, the average temperature of the US raised 1.8 Degree Celsius. This was a result of the sudden disappearance of condensation trails (aka contrails). Now if dissipating contrails can decrease the temperature by 1.8 Degrees, then how much do you think that millions of permanent heat reflecting structures will reduce the temperature by?

So get your paintbrush out and start whitewashing America, while you're at it, plant some freaken flowers! you can keep banging on about the bees dying if you have replaced the food they eat with some ornamental vase with artsy sticks poking out of it.
By aga 24 Dec, 2016
There is a lot of talk these days about fake news and how to spot it, what to avoid and what to trust. Let's just cut right to the chase here... it's all just as fake as it is real. If you are getting all your news from one source and you are not questioning any of it, you're not looking for news, you're looking for confirmation of your own beliefs.

It is probably not possible for any single news source to be unbias and 100% fact based, it has been tried but inevitably the ratio of staff will shift to the left or the right and so will the way the news is packaged at that source. Another factor on the validity news is the source of information, people lie and when they are not lying they are doing their best to misrepresent the information to make themselves or their organizations look good.

Below is an example of the headline for the same event represented by five different sources.

The San Bernardino office party shooting of Dec 2015:
  • Left-leaning mainstream media, Mass shooting at Holiday Party.
  • Right-leaning mainstream media, Terrorists Attack Christmas Party.
  • Alt-Left Media, Workplace Violence.
  • Alt-Right Media, Muslims Attack Christmas Party.
  • Alternative News Sources, Another False Flag Event To Push Gun Bans.

All five headline and stories are just as true as they are false. It was a mass shooting that happened during the Christmas holiday season at a workplace party where the shooters were Muslims claiming alliance to a terrorist organization, it can be argued that it falls into the category of false flag as it was willing or unwillingly allowed to happen and it was also used to push gun control measures.

Each outlet represented this story in a way that best fit their narrative. because of that, all these sources presented fake news and in the same measure, they all reported the truth. If you only read one of these outlets you are functioning with only one fifth of the actual story, basically you are not being informed, you are being programmed.

The only way to be informed is to cross reference pretty much every news story against every news source, the truth will probably be the very small details that the mainstream media, Alt-left/right media, and the alternative media all agree on and even then, the news if fluent and changes, sometimes by the time the story is being reported. This is the only way to actually be informed. You can't count solely on any source that answers to its advertisers, its audience, its party or even its own beliefs, it is up to you to search out all viewpoints, research the raw data and form your own opinion of what is true.

This current push to eliminate "Fake" news is not new, every source has been discussing it for decades, that's what businesses do, they discredit the competition so you will buy their product. Do not be fooled, they all are trying to get you to buy their product.
By aga 19 Nov, 2016
It's been about a week now and it still hasn't quite sunk in. The President of the most powerful country in the world is the dude that from the reality TV show that likes to grab women by their private parts...How did this happen? The media assured us that Hilary Clinton was going to be president, after all, she is the first women and she's been working in government for a long time.

What if the media was actually reporting false polls and exaggerating the interest in Hilary in order to discourage Trump supporters to vote? Nah, that wouldn't explain why people would ignore his racism and complete lack of experience. Unless...Maybe..Maybe he's not racist and that was also the media blowing up non-stories.

Maybe it was rigged, after all, Hillary did win the popular vote...Since neither candidate was campaigning for the popular vote, that is absolutely irrelevant (Would be like the losing team at the super bowl demanding that they use golf rules). I actually think it was rigged, it just wasn't rigged enough, that would explain why Hilary had no losing speech ready. She must have been aware how far she was actually behind, she was speaking to half empty rooms while Trump was filling stadiums and if anyone knew what the real polls were saying it would be her. Anyway, that's just an irrelevant theory, no point dwelling on it now. although I do think it would be a good idea for the president to actually investigate the election so if there is anything shady going on then it can be addressed before the next election, otherwise we might end up with President Kanye West.

So why did Trump win?

The popular reasons are:

  • Most Americans are racists
    • Did racists support and vote for Trump? Absolutely they did. If you are really racist, chances are you're pretty dumb, if you constantly tell racist people which candidate is racist, who do you think they are going to vote for? The slightly smarter racists likely voted for Hilary, if you truly are racist, then you are going to want to vote for the candidate who supports policies that keep minorities in poverty. so basically Trump got the dumb racists and Hilary got the slightly less dumb racists since that's a wash, that can't be the reason she lost.
  • American are ill-informed (AKA idiots)
    • Ill-informed is just a politically correct way of saying dumb and yes, dumb people voted for Trump, just like they voted for Hilary. Problem is, who is really well informed? we all have access to the same information, and it takes a lot of time to fact check everything the media is feeding us. If we had the time to research every little detail and make the well-informed decision on everything, why would we need government? both Trump and Hilary supporters and voters are not as informed as they should be. So that is also not the reason.
  • Americans are not as progressive as one would hope
    • This is true, people on the left are so focused on being progressive that they never take the time to consider what we are progressing to. Progressive issues like where somebody can go the bathroom and should businesses be forced to service things that are against some people's beliefs have taken up a lot of time in the last few years, time that could have been better spent on more pressing issues. People could be ready for some of the issues that impact their day to day life to be resolved. So this, I think, was definitely a factor.
  • Americans can't get on board with a female president
    • I don't think anybody cares what is between the president's legs as long as it's not an intern. All people care about is what is between people's ears. We just had 8 years of a president who a lot of people admittedly voting for because he was is black. This election people were ready for a candidate regardless of color, sexual preference or gender. They had no problem voting for a woman, they just didn't want that woman.
  • Wikileaks
    • Wikileaks for sure played a part in this election and it shouldn't have. Wikileaks shouldn't even exist, however, it exists because people are negligent and corrupt. if you are neither of these things then there would have been nothing for WikiLeaks to expose. If Wikileaks plays a part in Hillary's defeat, it's because of the contents of the Wikileaks dumps, not because of Wikileaks. 
  • The FBI re-opening an investigation so close to election day
    • Again, if there was nothing to investigate then this would not be an issue. Did it effect the election? I'm sure it did and rightly so. 
  • The Electoral College
    • This is irrelevant, neither candidate was campaigning for the popular vote of the entire country, they were campaigning for 51 separate popular votes, They both knew this going in and campaigned accordingly. 
  • The "Alt-Right" media
    • When George Bush was in office, the Alt-Right media was just called alternative media. for the most part, it is pretty non-biased. yes, there is extreme left and right views depending on where you look, not all the information is factual and some are way out there. That being said, isn't that the way the media is supposed to be? The viewer becomes part of the process, further researching and personally investigating the things that they find interesting, instead of just having prepackaged news stories forced on them that may or may not be true. Mainstream media has let everyone down and are no longer trusted, this did effect the election and hopefully, it will continue to affect future elections until we have trustworthy news sources again.

I'm my opinion and that's all this is.
  1. Trump won because people are tired of being called racists, homophobes and whatever another buzzword simply because they have a different perspective. These words have been devalued and are now meaningless.
  2. Trump won because people are tired of having their needs overlooked in favor of the latest trendy cause.
  3. Trump won because he was against the arguably one of the most experienced politicians ever to run for president and also the most corrupt.
  4. And Trump won because the people of this country voted for the guy whose slogan was make America great again and not I'm with her.
Finally, I supported Trump, I liked his approach, I forgave when he was not factual, I like that he owes nobody but us and I feel through all his BS he genuinely loves this country, the people and the system our founders had in mind. However, that was candidate Donald Trump, President of the united states of America Donald Trump is going to be held to a higher standard. His first priority needs to be to heal the division in this country and make it united again before he starts to make it great again. Everyone needs to be included in this new America and not just the people that voted for him.
By aga 10 Oct, 2016
How do you choose a President from these two morally lacking candidates? Both seem to be as bad as each other.

The way I have come to my decision is by eliminating scandals they have both been involved in and seeing what you have left. While some of these scandals are basically just distractions, there is no point trying to dissect every little detail but instead just assume it is an absolute fact and move on.

Racism:
Both trump and Hilary have been accused of these, everybody is a little racist and I guess these two are no different. so strike that from the list.

Cheats on taxes
while there is no proof that any of them actually cheated, they have both taken advantage of the tax code to decrease what they have paid, so that is off the table as well.

Lying
Let's face it, you can't believe either of them so that can't be on the list.

Sexual misconduct
Again this is not been proven but there is definitely a lot pointing to both of these candidates being directly or indirectly connected to sexual misconduct.

Shady deals
they both got a few of these hanging over them too

Flip Flop on issues
They have both changed stances on policy and will not doubt both continue to.

Health issues
I'm pretty sure neither of them is going to be running a 10K anytime soon and both are just as likely to die while of before entering office so there is no point comparing this.

Incompetent
Both these candidates have made political or business moves that have cost people their lives or livelihoods.

To sum up:
Donald Trump is a Shady lying, incompetent, sexual deviant racist that cheats on his taxes, can't make up his mind and may or may not be healthy enough to be president.

and

Hilary Clinton is a Shady lying, incompetent, sexual deviant racist that cheats on her taxes, can't make up her mind and may or may not be healthy enough to be president.

I have to decide do I want the guy that will reduce my taxes, make America more business-friendly, create a new healthcare system and aggressively go after isis. Or do I want the woman that will increase taxes for the middle class and rich, fix our current health care system and make more gun laws?

I personally am an armed middle-class business owner that is not a big fan of being randomly shoot stabbed or blown up by some random terror act, so I'll be voting for the Shady lying, incompetent, sexual deviant racist that cheats on his taxes, can't make up his mind and may or may not be healthy enough to be president named Donald.



By aga 07 Oct, 2016
Every day a new story emerges relating to something our current presidential candidates has said or done in their long careers. From disgusting references to different races and genders to questionable, possibly illegal acts. We are outraged somebody that is running for the highest office in the land would behave in such way and we demand nobody to vote for such a deplorable human being but instead vote for their equally deplorable candidate.

We can not see the bad in our candidate so we are totally blind to the real issue. The president is supposed to represent the people. this means he/she is the person that represents our values to the world. he/she is us. The president says and does deplorable things because the people that voted for them (and against them) does deplorable things. If we want better representation, a better choice of candidate then we have to become better as a people.

Take a look at the list of deplorable things these candidates have been accused of (and most likely have done). Scale it down to your life. Have you always paid taxes on every purchase you have made? Have you ever lied? Cheated? Said something inappropriate? Wished an enemy dead? been a little racist? Said something about the opposite gender? Taken advantage of help that you didn't need? Not helped somebody that you could have?

Imagine for a second there were teams of people paid to dig up everything you have ever said and done, how would it make you look to people that didn't know you.

We have exactly the presidential candidates we deserve because they truly represent us as a people. If you want a better candidate choice simply be better, inspire people around you to be better.
By aga 23 Jun, 2016
Is there really such a thing as a religion of peace? If history is what we use to answer this question then the answer would be a resounding NO! There is no such thing as a religious extremist or fanatical, then there are just true believers and moderates.

Since there really is no such thing as a peaceful religion, is it right to focus on one religion while ignoring the past actions of other religions? Well, that depends on if those other religions are still killing people that disagree with them or not.

It is important to understand that religion is not a creation of God, it's man-made unless you believe that one culture is full of sinners while another culture is populated by God's chosen people just because they happened to be born in a geographical area where that religion is in control. I'm not sure God would have created people to be damned, just like I'm not sure God would create a belief structure that calls for the death of people that were unfortunate enough to be raised with a different belief structure. It is not reasonable to believe any religion that requires killing is a religion working for God. These teaching exist in all current religions, not just the religions making the news.

There is no disease, virus, natural disaster or war that has even come close to the body count that each religion is responsible for, so how can anyone claim to be part of a religion of peace? Maybe we need to stop treating religions as operating manuals for life and start looking at them as ideas and only take what is right for you. For example: don't kill people seems like a good idea and seems like it would be something God would not want you to do while on the other hand cutting somebodies head off because they drew a picture might be one of them things that you could put on the maybe list.

Think about this: let's say you wake up tomorrow and everyone has decided to agree on one religion and everyone is going to follow that religion to the letter...then what? Are we all just going to run out the eternal clock reliving the same day over and over? Wouldn't that be the end to all innovation, creativity, pretty much anything fun?

It seems to me all these religions need each other to be relevant, if everyone believed the same thing then there would be no need for teaching so there would be no religion.

Do you think a God that created absolutely everything needed to create tiny humans just to worship him? That seems like a very weak God to me. The God I believe in gave me free will, he wants me to experience his creation, to take my own path and discover new ideas. This is what I've tried to do, it hasn't lead me away from God, if anything, it's brought me closer to God. I don't cause harm or infringe on anyone else's existence because I'm scared or eternal consequences, I don't do it because I respect what God has created for me and everyone else. I also don't do good because I think God is watching, I try to do good because I am grateful for what I've been given and I want to show how grateful I am.

Religion didn't bring me closer to God, His creation brought me closer to him, all religion did was drive me away and teach me to hate my fellow man. There are things other people do that I know is wrong, as there are things I do that's wrong. I no longer hate or judge my fellow man for their wrongs, I understand their path and mine are different. Religion didn't teach me empathy, God’s creation did.

I don't think religions started out as bad things, I believe every religion started as the documentation of one person's path through life, the only problem with that is: not all peoples path is going to be the same.

What is a religion of peace for one person is a path to carnage for another...
By aga 20 Jun, 2016
Last week something terrible happened in Orlando. No, I'm not talking about the kid that got eaten, that's nature. I am going to discuss the mass shooting at the Orlando gay club.

The best way to assign blame here is to treat it like a civil case. In a civil case, we find out how far to extend the duty of care. By that I mean which entity bears the most responsibility for damages.

Was it…

Pulse nightclub?
They are known for being a gay-friendly club, and knowing how some people feel about gay people, they should have taken measures to protect their customers or, at the very least, allow customers the ability to defend themselves. It could be argued that they are responsible. However, it is the responsibility of the customers to decide whether or not to be in a place that does not allow guns and is known as a gay club so it is not reasonable to place the blame on the club.

The victims?
The victims knew their lifestyle choices infuriate some people and choosing to be in a place that could be targeted by people against their lifestyle is on them. This is somewhat true. However, we live in a country where your lifestyle choices are protected as long as they don't affect the lifestyle choices of others. It is not reasonable to blame the victims

The bullets?
There is no doubt that each person that was harmed or killed was struck by one or multiple bullets. The bullet was the cause of each injury or death. However, not one of these bullets would have ever decided to injure or kill any person for any reason. If you set 1000 bullets in the middle of a room with 1000 people insulting the bullets, they will never act. Since every bullet needs to be fired from a gun It is not reasonable to put the blame solely on the bullet.

The gun?
The gun definitely was the tool used to fire the bullets that injured and killed people, however, like the bullets, you can put 1000 loaded guns in a room and have 1000 people insulting the guns and they will never act. They need somebody to pull the trigger.

The shooter?
He chose to take two guns into a gay club, execute and wound 100 people. If we extend the duty of care to this point, no reasonable person could deny that the shooter is to blame. Even without the club, victims, bullets and gun the shooter could carry out and attack. This is the first place blame could lie in a civil law case. Being that the shooter is dead, we have to extend the duty of care further

His beliefs?
He believed that homosexuals were better off dead, he believed his God wanted this. Regardless of other people's interpretation of the same beliefs, his interpretation leads him to that club to kill gay people.

His religious teachers?
It has been uncovered that the teachers he was listening to taught him that gay people should die and it was his duty to make that happen. It was still his choice to follow through was these teachings, but since he is no longer answerable in this plain of existence, then the teachings have as much blame as he does.

The state department?
The place where he was getting these teachings was under investigation by the state department. The investigation was halted for politically correctness concerns. Could their continued investigation have stopped this? We will never know. However, it is reasonable to say that the state department has some blame here. Not as much as the shooter, but definitely more than the gun since it can make choices.

His ex-wife?
She was a victim of abuse by the shooter and had to be rescued by her family. Had she pressed charges, then he would have been barred from purchasing guns. This does not mean he couldn't still get his hands on weapons or used worse methods, but it should be noted that you are not just responsible for your actions but also your inactions. Her inactions lead, in a small part, to the death of 49 people.

His father?
The shooters father, the person that raised him and helped shape his life believes that same as the shooter did. It is reasonable to assume that the father shaped a killer.

It seems clear, looking at this as a civil lawsuit, the main responsibility lies with the shooter followed closely by his beliefs. You can take everything else out of this scenario and an event would still likely have happened.

One more thing that plays a part in this situation that should be addressed, political correctness. This is what stops people questioning the beliefs. This is what continues to put people in danger because nobody wants to judge the faith of an entire culture over the actions of a few. This is killing people. It needs to stop. We need to be able to address an issue without having to worry about upsetting people. It's ok to be upset, they will live. If they decide to take action then doesn't that validate the reason why we need to discuss these issues in the first place?

I don't care about peaceful Muslims. Sorry, I don't. I also don't care about peaceful Christians, gun owners, social justice warriors...I don't care. Congratulations for not killing anyone or infringing on their freedoms. Feel free to continue with your good self. If you could just be quiet while we discuss the violent Muslims, Christians, gun owners and all other broken members of our culture, that would be great.

You don't fix a flat tire by changing your oil because you don't want to point out the flatness of the tire.

A mass shooting in the eyes of the law should not be treated any different than any other event. Cause and effect. The events leading up to an event are the cause. The event is the effect. Everything that happened before the event bears part of the blame: parents, teachings, beliefs, failure to act and the person that decided to follow through. The tools, victims, and locations have zero blame since they are all unwilling participants.

I know when I'm working on something, if I come across a situation where I don't have the right tool for the job, I will just use another tool (usually a hammer). If I inevitably mess up, it's not the tools fault, it's mine.
By aga 01 Jun, 2016
I've been spending a lot of time lately looking into white privilege, mainly because it keeps getting brought up.

I can only speak based on my experience and since I have not received any privilege payments, had any secret meetings or even got a free dessert at Denny's because of my pasty skin, I think it's safe to assume this kind of privilege just don't exist.

However there is one privilege I have come across that seems exclusive to white people and it sucks!

White people have no harsh racial slurs or stereotypes. Every other color has some great slurs and lots of stereotypes we can throw at them in banter but the only thing they have to throw back at us is calling us racist...really? You're gonna lump me in with a bunch of mentally lacking psychopaths that have murdered millions for no other reason than having a different skin pigmentation? Kind of harsh don't you think?

Imagine if you made fun of my hair and my comeback was to publicly announce that you were a pedophile. Do you see how that might sting a little? As privileges go, white people got the short end of the stick. We have two options to steer clear of any comments about race or be lumped in with Hitler...That don't seem like it's fair

Our so called privilege also affects other colors. Because most white people will steer clear of racial jokes and topics for fear of being called racist, actual “I want to hang a negro and gas a Jew” racist are not being exposed.

The best disinfectant is sunlight, by having everyone on a level footing when it comes to slurs and stereotypes, you will be able to identify true racist and these people can be shunned from society. Seriously, if we had never started self-censoring, racism might be gone by now.

So non-whites

You got some homework

You must all come up with some clever racial slurs and stereotypes for white people. Talk among yourselves and agree on a couple of good ones and the next time you see some racial banter hit them pasty caspers with some slurs of your own.

It will be great. Instead of crazy tension, we might all actually have some fun laughing at our differences instead of using them as a crutch.

White privileges sucks, let's end it….unless of course there is some checks and mine just haven't come in yet, in which case ignore what I just typed. You can pay me to tolerate pretty much anything.
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