How To Drop SMV Points In A Matter Of Seconds


All you have to do is get hurt badly enough that you need help to take care of stuff you’d normally be able to take care of on your own.  Like not being able to walk without crutches, which means you can’t so much as carry a cup of coffee with you.  This was 14 days post-injury when the swelling had gone down enough for surgery.


Obviously it needed some work.  First came almost 5 hours of surgery and then months of wearing a cast.  And now I get to be “special” for TSA with all the metal in me.


Perceived weakness = instant increase in level of contempt from everyone except other men.  Especially men who know what it’s like to be injured.  Women don’t have empathy for men, they only want to see performance.

Circles Within Circles

I guess my “wake-up call” came with the bombing of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City and a lot of things about the government’s narrative struck me as being really off. However, it was Brigadier General Benjamin K Partin’s report to Congress that really convinced me that the government’s narrative was completely untrue. He was the head of the Air Force ordinance development division and arguably he knew more about blowing up buildings than anybody else at that time.

His report had photos and diagrams that proved, as an expert witness, that there was no way a truck loaded with ANFO could possibly have caused the damage to that building.  That report has pretty much been scrubbed from the web, but a copy of the New American magazine reproduced the photos and it’s available here.  If you look at it, the photo labeled “tab 8″ from Gen. Partin’s report provides conclusive evidence that high-explosive charges at critical junctures in the building’s structure are what took down the building- not a truck bomb.  To get an idea of how large these support beams were, look at the photo marked “tab 7″ and notice the size compared to the men standing on top of it.

The intact beams terminate with fractured concrete and bare rebar.  That’s all the evidence you need, because a high explosive has a blast wave that propagates so fast it literally pulverizes the concrete, leaving nothing but the rebar.  It is literally the signature of high explosive demolition charges.  Ergo, the government lied.

OK, why am I writing about this?  I was recently doing some research and ran across some photos and information that I’d never seen before and I’ve had to completely revise my opinion about what happened on 9/11.  I’ve always been of the opinion that the wildest conspiracy theory about 9/11 was the government’s official version of what happened, but I was leaning more toward the Murrah building in trying to explain what happened.  I now believe I was completely wrong.

This all started when I took a good look at this photo:


Take a look at that nice, symetrical hole in the helo pad of the BP Bluewater Horizon oil rig.  Notice the localized heat distortion around the edges.  That’s two-inch thick aluminum plate with reinforcement underneath.  No way did a fire underneath cause that.  Additionally, all the electrical controls were located underneath the helo pad and all eyewitness accounts state that first the power went out and then the explosions started a few minutes later.  The only possible explanation is that hole was cut by a direct energy weapon such as the MIRACL, or Mid-Infrared Advanced Chemical Laser operating from space.  I would guess they used the markings on the helo pad to calibrate their aim and then began selectively taking shots that would destroy the Deepwater Horizon.

The more I researched, the more interesting it became.  Then I ran across the website of Dr. Judy Wood while researching scalar weapons.  I believe she has the most comprehensive and satisfactory explanation as to what happened on 9/11 that fits all the facts.  Her conclusion is the World Trade Centers were destroyed by direct energy weapons.  They were blown to hell and literally pulverized.  I’m willing to bet none of the readers here have ever seen any of these photos.

This is key.  Notice that the building is literally being pulverized at free-fall velocity.  It's coming down so fast that the debris hasn't even hit the ground yet.

This is key. Notice that the building is literally being pulverized at free-fall velocity. It’s coming down so fast that the debris hasn’t even hit the ground yet.

Notice that the building is literally being pulverized as it comes down at free-fall velocity.

This is not a building falling down, it's a building being pulverized into dust.

This is not a building falling down, it’s a building being pulverized into dust.

What was the end result?

Where is the rubble of a 110 story building?  A half million tons of rubble?

Where is the rubble of two 110 story buildings?  Does that look like a million tons of concrete and steel rubble?

Direct Energy Weapons (such as scalar weapons) are real and the evidence of their use is there for any who have eyes to see.  The big question is “Where did the rubble go?”

Inches of dust everywhere.  Notice the street is covered to the curb.

Inches of dust everywhere. Notice the street is covered to the curb.

The buildings were turned to dust and blown into the wind.  Perhaps that’s why while there should have been at least 40,000 file cabinets in the “rubble” they only found one.  That’s right, only one.  Why could they find so few bodies?

The only reasonable explanation is the buildings were brought down with scalar weapons that turned the concrete and steel into dust.

The dust cloud as WTC2 is pulverized

The dust cloud as WTC2 is pulverized.  That isn’t smoke, that’s dust, which is the answer to the question “where is the rubble?”  Only direct energy weapons can do this.

My Response To Boxer

This is a reply to Boxer from Dalrock’s blog.  I’m posting it here because Dal doesn’t want me discussing polygyny.  Out of respect for him, I’ll post it here.


I honestly don”t know any Mormon polygynists, but I do know a bunch of (very) conservative Christian polygynists. How they structure the marriage varies. Some have separate families in separate houses, others have separate living quarters for each wife and her children in one house with common areas. Some have a “blended’ approach in which the children are all together, boys bunked together and girls bunked together. In these situations sometimes each wife has her own bedroom, and some of them have told me “we didn’t get married to sleep alone.”

Some of the traits common to all these families are they are very patriarchal and the husband winds up leading Bible studies and prayer on a daily basis. Almost all I’ve met homeschool their children.  They are conservative in both their dress and demeanor.

Had you actually been in a polygamist lifestyle, you’d still be dealing with these women, and these same bitches (older, uglier, fatter, looser than ever) would be riding you into the grave.

And a monogamist who is faithfully married to the same woman after 20+ years isn’t in the same position? It seems to me that you’re making the argument against lifelong commitment regardless of the number of wives. Unless you’re arguing for serial monogamy, which would require divorce, the very thing I think most would like to avoid.

There are no political solutions at this point, only individual solutions. I like to focus on solutions, which requires an examination of the real nature of the problem. Once the problem is understood, there is the possibility of finding a solution. In this case, the problem is three-fold: First, the nature of women is hypergamous solipsism and I believe this is because of the curse in Genesis 3:16. Whether it is or it isn’t, it is a trait easily observed in women. Second, the legal system we have empowers that nature, allowing them to nuke their families for any or even no reason at all. Third, we live in a culture that glorifies such behavior.

Obviously, marriage can be avoided by both men and women by simply by having a few FWB’s and getting sex isn’t a problem. However, there is another consideration for people like me.

I am convicted that I have an obligation to obey God, my Creator, as well as the Lord, who is my savior. Therefore, if I want sex it must be within the bounds of marriage. Any children that result would be legitimate and not bastards. In order to be obedient, no marriage means no sex, no companionship, no children and nobody to warm the bed.

With monogamy, even if the couple got married with a marital contract instead of getting a marriage license, in the eyes of the State they’re still married and thus can be divorced according to the whims of the family court judge. Claiming it isn’t a statutory marriage is irrelevant and the court will simply do what it wants. Under the current regime, all advantage goes to the woman. I think everyone on this forum recognizes that.

Question is, for a Christian man who wants a family with children and regular sex, how can he get what he wants without playing the State’s game? How can the marriage be structured in such a way as to reduce the temptation for the women to nuke the marriage?  How can he be married in the eyes of God without being married in the eyes of the State within a structure that negates many of the powerful influences of the culture? It boils down to the question of what marriage is. My study of the Bible tells me that the agreement of the parties to marry, consummation of the marriage and cohabitation of the parties are the elements that constitute a Biblical marriage. The key is the context, and that context is a commitment to being married because marriage is for life. It is the commitment that the State has attacked with no fault divorce.

Marriage to one woman seems pretty difficult (even a decent woman is often trying). Why would you think dealing with three different women would be better?

Assume: A marriage with more than one wife utilizing a Marital Covenant without any marriage licenses contrasted with a monogamous marriage in any form (statutory, common law, covenant, etc).

1) The State cannot recognize a union of one man and more than one woman as a marriage and thus there can be no divorce court drama. With a monogamous marriage (in which the man and woman hold themselves out to be husband and wife) the State will recognize such a union to be a marriage and thus no-fault divorce rules apply as if it were a statutory marriage. Ouch.

2) The marriage contract for a polygynous marriage can only be viewed by the State as an enforceable co-habitation agreement because the State cannot recognize the union as a marriage. Kind of like a pre-nup that can’t be thrown out at the whim of a family court judge.  With a monogamous marriage the statutory rules apply and the husband can get divorce-raped, lose his kids be forced to pay and that’s all she wrote.

3) In a polygynous marriage, if one of the wives decides to walk, the father has a far greater chance of getting custody of the children (especially if he has children by the other wives and they all live together) and the terms of the contract can be enforced in terms of property (the extent of this can vary, state-by-state). With a monogamous marriage, if the wife decides to walk she’ll get cash, prizes and most likely the kids, he gets to pay.

4) In a polygynous marriage, multiple wage-earners and a SAHM means a higher standard of living than any of the women could expect on her own or in a monogamous marriage. Multiple wage earners means more security in the event one of them loses their job. With a monogamous marriage, a SAHM means only one income. If both parents have to work, the kids are in school/day care and somebody else is raising the children. If the sole bread-winner loses his job it’s an instant crisis that could, in an of itself cause a divorce.

5) The structure of a polygynous marriage places the incentives on staying in the marriage (higher standard of living in the marriage than out, no cash and prizes for leaving and a high probability the dad would get the kids if she did leave). With a monogamous marriage the wife’s incentives are to leave the marriage in order to get cash, prizes, the kids and a regular check from the ex-husband for several decades.

6) In a polygynous marriage, if one of the wives did decide to walk and got custody of her children, child support can only be based on his income, not on the income of the wives who remained in the marriage. Thus, the husband is not financially hurt nearly as badly as he would be if divorced from a monogamous marriage. No marriage? No alimony. With a monogamous marriage the wife has a high probability of getting the kids, child support, alimony (if it’s an alimony state) or chilimony. The husband gets financially raped and if his income increases, the ex can go to court to get his support levels raised. If he loses his job and can’t pay the chilimony, he stands a good chance of going to jail.

7) With a polygynous marriage, intersexual competition between the wives automatically places the husband in a more dominant (attractive) position and the women can get their emotional needs (attention) met from each other. Supply and demand says if the supply of his attention has to be divided between all wives, there is less of his attention available to any individual wife, so his value goes up. That makes his attention the prize they have to compete for and that makes him more attractive. With a monogamous marriage, the wife can withhold sex and sentence her husband to sexual starvation by using sex as a weapon. If he’s serious about his vows, she can use sex as a weapon any time she wants. She will still want him to meet her emotional needs, provide for her (and any children) and “open up” emotionally which actually damages the relationship.

8) For a polygynous marriage, there are a large number of women to choose from who have already preselected for this lifestyle (sharing a man) by being carousel riders. For those who desire a monogamous marriage, there ain’t a lot of virgins out there that are marriage material because of their feminist upbringing. As others have pointed out, trying to wife up a slut in monogamous marriage (even a “reformed” slut) is risky business.

I could keep going, but there is a caveat here that applies to both monogamous and polygynous marriages. Swallow the red pill first. Read and internalize both “The Rational Male” and “Married Man Sex Life” before courting, regardless of what kind of marriage you want.

It’s Been A While Since I lost A Fight…

It started off well, but I got put in an unusual position when I slipped and fell.  There was a little voice in the back of my mind telling me that this would not end well, but I kept going from simple inertia.  I couldn’t stop.  Next thing I know I took a hard shot to the chest and there went three ribs.  That hurt.  I head-butted to no avail.  Then I took a hard shot (maybe two) to the nose and right eye.  That split my nose all the way to the septum (11 stitches and I’ll never look the same again) and my right eye was swollen shut within moments.  Then I hit the concrete head-first (I think that’s where the concussion came from but at that point I couldn’t say).  After that it was just blood and pain and I lay there knowing it was over.  I’d just had my ass kicked.

The worst part?  Looking back up from my position on the ground, I could clearly see that I didn’t do one bit of damage to that staircase.  Not one bit.

That was a bit over 4 days ago.  The emergency-room doc was so impressed that his first act was a needle of morphine.  Then came the lidocaine and he started stitching.  Then the x-rays and a CT scan of the head.  Today is my first day of really feeling like getting out of bed.   I’m currently ugly enough to scare small children, but at least they gave me some decent painkillers.

Thoughts on the Treatment of Ebola, and Why It Won’t Happen

Now that it’s here, in the US, we need to discuss how to treat Ebola.  Part of the problem is the so-called experts can’t even agree on the vector of transmission.

Dr. Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, insisted before Congress on Thursday that he was confident Ebola would continue to spread exclusively through bodily fluids.

“We don’t believe it is spreading in any other way,” he told a hearing of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, according to the Times. “We are confident this is not airborne transmission.”

Meanwhile, there are dissenting voices:

Dr. Jane Orient, director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, told Newmax TV on Thursday that she could see the possibility of Ebola being transmitted by air.

Specifically, Orient said, the germs could pass via “aerosols” that are created by sneezing or coughing.

“Your body fluids have to go through the air, unless you touch somebody,” she said. “You generate an aerosol if you cough or sneeze or vomit or have explosive diarrhea — and it makes droplets of different sizes.

“The ones that are really, really tiny can get through your mask, around your mask, down into your lungs,” Orient said, adding that these droplets could infect “target cells down in your lungs.”

There is a good historical example of an “incurable” virus that was cured because one man was willing to try something different.  I’ve linked to several articles below, both of which are worth reading.  During the 1940’s and 1950’s, Polio was killing almost a half-million people every year, world wide.  By the time the mass vaccinations got underway in the late 1950’s, the United States saw a peak of over 58,000 cases a year.

Most people think that Jonas Saulk cured polio.  He wasn’t the first, because Dr. Frederick Klenner cured a polio outbreak in 1948 in his small town of Reidsville, North Carolina.  But, you can’t patent vitamin C, and even though kids were dying left and right, the medical establishment ignored Dr. Klenner.  The following is excerpted from an article by Dr. Klenner, published in the July 1949 edition of Southern Medicine and Surgery:

In the poliomyelitis epidemic in North Carolina in 1948, 60 cases of this disease came under our care. These patients presented all or almost all of these signs and symptoms: Fever of 101 to 104.6°, headache, pain at the back of the eyes, conjunctivitis, scarlet throat; pain between the shoulders, the back of the neck, one or more extremity, the lumbar back; nausea, vomiting and constipation. In 15 of these cases the diagnosis was confirmed by lumbar puncture; the cell count ranging from 33 to 125. Eight had been in contact with a proven case; two of this group received spinal taps. Examination of the spinal fluid was not carried out in others for the reasons: (1) Flexner and Amoss had warned that “simple lumbar puncture attended with even very slight hemorrhage opens the way for the passage of the virus from the blood into the central nervous system and thus promotes infection.” (2) A patient presenting all or almost all of the above signs and symptoms during an epidemic of poliomyelitis must be considered infected with this virus. (3) Routine lumbar puncture would have made it obligatory to report each case as diagnosed to the health authorities. This would have deprived myself of valuable clinical material and the patients of most valuable therapy, since they would have been removed to a receiving center in a nearby town.

The treatment employed was vitamin C in massive doses. It was given like any other antibiotic every two to four hours. The initial dose was 1000 to 2000 mg., depending on age. Children up to four years received the injections intramuscularly. Since laboratory facilitates for whole blood and urine determinations of the concentration of vitamin C were not available, the temperature curve was adopted as the guide for additional medication. The rectal temperature was recorded every two hours. No temperature response after the second hour was taken to indicate the second 1000 or 2000 mg. If there was a drop in fever after two hours, two more hours was allowed before the second dose. This schedule was followed for 24 hours. After this time the fever was consistently down, so the drug was given 1000 to 2000 mg. every six hours for the next 48 hours. All patients were clinically well after 72 hours. After three patients had a relapse the drug was continued for at least 48 hours longer—1000 to 2000 mg. every eight to 12 hours. Where spinal taps were performed, it was the rule to find a reversion of the fluid to normal after the second day of treatment.

For patients treated in the home the dose schedule was 2000 mg. by needle every six hours, supplemented by 1000 to 2000 mg. every two hours by mouth. The tablet was crushed and dissolved in fruit juice. All of the natural “C” in fruit juice is taken up by the body; this made us expect catalytic action from this medium. Rutin, 20 mg., was used with vitamin C by mouth in a few cases, instead of the fruit juice. Hawley and others have shown that vitamin C taken by mouth will show its peak of excretion in the urine in from four to six hours. Intravenous administration produces this peak in from one to three hours. By this route however, the concentration in the blood is raised so suddenly that a transitory overflow into the urine results before the tissues are saturated. Some authorities suggest that the subcutaneous method is the most conservative in terms of vitamin C loss but this factor is overwhelmingly neutralized by the factor of pain inflicted.

Two patients in this series of 60 regurgitated fluid through the nose. This was interpreted as representing the dangerous bulbar type. For a patient in this category postural drainage, oxygen administration, in some cases tracheotomy, needs to be instituted, until the vitamin C has had sufficient time to work—in our experience 36 hours. Failure to recognize this factor might sacrifice the chance of recovery. With these precautions taken, every patient of this series recovered uneventfully within three to five days.

See that?  That was published in July of 1949.  A CURE for POLIO.  The US medical industry is responsible for every death and paralysis from Polio from 1950 onward.  There should have been 60 point headlines in the New York Times.  There weren’t.  Because you can’t patent a vitamin and make an obscene profit.

The biggest irony of all was Jonas Salk donated his discovery to the general public, releasing it free of charge with no patent.  That later resulted in an unprecedented meeting between representatives of every major pharmaceutical company and most of the minor ones, presided over by a former chairman of the FDA.  The purpose of that meeting was to ensure there would never again be another Jonas Salk.  That meeting is actually part of my family history…

Dr. Klenner published another article in 1971 in the Journal of Applied Nutrition, which is well worth reading:

Observations On the Dose and Administration of Ascorbic Acid When Employed Beyond the Range Of A Vitamin In Human Pathology

While admittedly tangential to the discussion of treating Ebola, high doses of intravenous ascorbic acid (IVAA) have been very successful in treating various forms of cancer.  If one reads the articles, one discovers that IVAA is quite efficacious in treating everything from snakebite to measles to hepatitis to polio.  Unfortunately, this ‘wonder drug’ won’t be used unless you do it yourself.  Sorry, folks.

If one reads the articles it becomes apparent that *somebody* ought to be trying this with the Ebola epidemic.  That, however, is extremely unlikely to happen, and the reason is you can’t patent a vitamin.  There’s no way for a pharmaceutical company to make an obscene profit, which is exactly what will happen if they come up with a vaccine that works.

So, be advised, anybody that really wants to can obtain sodium ascorbate for injection, along with appropriate syringes and needles.  I’m sure you’ll think up something to tell your veterinarian.   As I type this, I’m looking at a 100 ml bottle of ORTHO-CS 250, produced by Merit Pharmaceuticals.  It has 250 mg of sodium ascorbate per 1 ml of solution, so a single injection from a 50ml syringe will deliver about 12.5 grams of sodium ascorbate.  This can be delivered by direct injection or mixed with an IV (Ringers or D5W, but NOT sterile water).  As soon as the body gets the sodium ascorbate, the liver goes into overdrive trying to eliminate it.  The object is to get a high enough plasma level to get the job done, and that means dropping in a heavy load.

I’m not a doctor and this isn’t medical advice; you are responsible for your own health and there are numerous health-care professionals who will provide intravenous ascorbic acid therapy.  Google is your friend.

 PS.  Just because somebody can hang MD after their name doesn’t make them a health-care expert.  In fact, the training they received may prevent them from getting the answers they need.  Another historical point:  Smallpox.  It has never been proven what the vector of transmission of smallpox was.  A cursory search will give answers, but if one digs into the literature it becomes apparent that it has never been proven what the vector of transmission for smallpox is.  Think about that.  They have never proved how it’s spread.

Dr. A.R Cambell was a pioneering physician in San Antonio, Texas at the turn of the 20th Century.  He discovered the vector of transmission for smallpox, which was the bedbug.  Read the link and read the linked pages.  He was uniformly ignored.  If you want a copy of his book, it’s available from the Soil and Health Library.  While some of his practices were appalling, he did get results.  Why does this matter?  Because the current medical experts don’t know much more about Ebola than the medical experts knew about smallpox a hundred years ago.  When the WHO went on a rampage vaccinating everyone after WWII, they also had sanitation teams that sprayed the hell out of everything with DDT.  Thus ended the smallpox outbreaks.  It wasn’t a vaccination that killed smallpox, it was DDT.


Feminism, Feral Women and the Unequal Treatment of Men

Just a few links to stories that demonstrate just how feral women are still able to take advantage of men.

Liz Jones recently wrote a long article about trying to steal a guy’s sperm in order to get pregnant.

Just one of the money quotes:

Of course, not every woman in my position would resort to extreme measures. But I do believe that any man who moves in with a woman in her late 30s or early 40s should take it as read that she will want to use them to procreate, by fair means or foul, no matter how much she protests otherwise.

A 2001 survey revealed that 42 per cent of women would lie about using contraception in order to get pregnant in spite of their partners’ wishes

But what if it’s worse than that?
Down in Houston, a woman stole her ex-boyfriend’s sperm, had it stored at a sperm bank, and after they broke up, she had herself inseminated via IVF.  She later sued him for child support and won.
And over in Louisiana, a woman walked into a sperm bank and literally stole her ex-boyfriend’s sperm by simply asking for it.  Now, she wants child support as well.  According to the article, “Under Louisiana state law, the ex-boyfriend, Layne Hardin, is expected to pay $1,000 dollars a month in child support for the now two-year-old boy.”

But, what if the situation were reversed?  Up in the great white north, a Novia Scotia man was found guilty of sexual assault for poking holes in condoms in hopes his girlfriend would get pregnant.
I won’t bother linking to the stories of women raping underaged boys (they can’t legally give consent, making it statutory rape) but I recall one case where the judge ordered the boys parents to pay the child support until he’s old enough to get a job.  How bad does it get?
Can anybody possibly imagine a 46 year old male teacher who tried to get a 10 year old girl to come to his house and have sex with him not being jailed?

I laughed until I cried.

It is very seldom that I read the reviews at Amazon, other than a couple deemed “most helpful.”  However, following some links I ran across a product that took me (mentally, anyway) straight back to Jr. High.  Reading the stories of how this stuff was used, well, I laughed until I cried.   I highly recommend one not read the reviews at work and be aware it’s got 1100 reviews.  There are a half-dozen real gems and at least 30-40 good ones.

Enjoy, but remember to sort the reviews by “Most helpful first.”