September 03, 2023

Thoughts From The Dersh


Oh wow! It posted! 

Dershowitz, who is quite emphatically not a Trump supporter,  points out the very troubling overreach of of the never Trump lawfare. In going after the lawyers, the Dems are crossing a Rubicon.

No one who crosses the Left will be able to get legal representation if this stands.

Contrary to many who assume these people are stupid and can't process the conditional hypothetical of the shoe being on the other foot, they are NOT stupid. The Left understands the concept of reciprocity perfectly well. They don't expect they will face reciprocity... because they don't plan to ever be out of power....They're going for the brass ring. 

The implications of this are dark indeed. 


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March 30, 2023

A Reminder

Just a quick reminder that tomorrow is the last day to download, acquire er... WATCH any particular Pikamee streams you might be fond of, because her agency has stated they will purge all her content once she graduates on April 1.



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October 06, 2022

Nexon Replies to the Scolding Puritanical Anti-Fun Committee: "Go pound sand!"

Nexon, is a Korean game developer that is responsible for the hit mobile gacha / cheesecake RPG Blue Archive, which has, heretofore largely dodged the nerfings and mastectomies that have plagued the game industry in recent years. Someone was bound to notice this lack of propriety and, sure enough, the Korean Game Rating and Administration Committee told Nexon a while back that Nexon was going to have to censor Blue Archive...or else. Nexon initially complied, but this past week the KGRAC informed Nexon that further censorship would be required


Nexon responded, not by issuing groveling apologies, denouncing 'toxic masculinity' and promising to be better at protecting the internet from the scourge of curvy digital babes, but rather by declaring that they were going to maintain their artistic integrity and simply raise the games age rating....and not only keep the curves, but restore any cheesecake they had removed previously when paying the Danegeld. 

Now, this is probably not an example of conscience, artistic integrity or a Korean corporation's stalwart dedication to the first amendment of the United States Constitution. Rather, I suspect it is because that there is likely very little overlap between the individuals who will simp Gacha monies for a game that includes this piece amongst its official art...


I know there are much less SFW examples of official art, but I picked the one with the duck. 

...and bitter,  insecure harpies with A-Cup Angst. 

So it's probably not a moral or ethical stand as much as a business decision. 

And I'm OK with that, both because it is a welcome departure from recent trends, and because it does actually show a degree of courage. 

 Blue Archive doesn't look like my cup of tea, and is rather too cheesy even for me, but I probably ought to support them a bit on principle. 

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June 24, 2022

Oh Wow. Get Ready For Mayhem.

The Supreme Court did not knuckle under to the mob and an attempted assassination.




The DHS is warning churches, particularly Catholic Churches, to prepare for terroristic attacks.

This decision dropped on a Friday. A bunch of very angry people have two days off to do what they will. 

Whatever you think about abortion, this does not end the medical procedure. It merely puts its regulation back to the states. Even most of the most conservative conservatives are quite vocal about how they believe it's necessarily the woman's choice in cases of rape, incest, or in the case of triage situations involving the mother's life. 

So any bloodshed over this we might see this weekend is going a gross overreaction. A correct reaction would involve petitioning state representatives and campaigning for representatives who share your views on this matter.

But that wouldn't provide an opportunity to riot. 

Maybe stay home tonight and watch V-tubers or something.

Be careful out there. 


UPDATE 12:27: SCOTUSBlog has a huge roundup of links regarding the legalities and ramifications. 

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April 25, 2022

Meanwhile: At Twitter


"Should have left the Babylon Bee alone."

UPDATE:



Finally: A Roundup


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February 21, 2022

Oh Canada

The pre-show and set up ends at 09:00





Looking at news coverage, it seems that Canadians support the curb-stomping of the truckers. However, independent journalists and all the Canadians I talk to except for one leftie think that this situation with the heavy handed response is appalling. However, all the Canadians I talk to are Canadians that will speak to me....such people are obviously not respectable members of society......So, on the off chance that there are any non-weird Canadians reading this, what is it the actual mood up north. I GET that people in Ottawa are frustrated, but what about everywhere else? I don't believe for a minute the polls that say Trudeau has 90% support on this. 

 I note that they replaced the chief of police in Ottawa , who "resigned" a week ago to be succeeded by a very enthusiastic enforcer of Trudeau's edicts. 

We've seen this dynamic in many blue cities here in the 'States, where the police are increasingly culling those officers who continue to have a "by the book" mentality regards civil liberties, in favor of those who will just be political enforcers for city hall. 

Many assume the oath of enlistment  is a counter to this with regard to the U.S. military, and if things continue apace, there will indeed be a period where Officers and NCOs will refuse illegal orders. But if the politicians issuing those orders aren't dealt with at the ballot box, those service members who refuse unlawful orders will be sent to the stockade or morgue and replaced with diversity officers or other politically reliable soldiers.  Any talk of "lawful orders" will be considered mutiny, and the character of the military will change quite rapidly.  The exchange that many of our service members will be facing in the next few years may look like this: 

"I won't follow out an unconstitutional or illegal order." "Are you a lawyer or a legal scholar?" "No." "Then how do you know? So, follow the fucking order or someone who will follow the order will follow the next order to take care of you."

It should be remembered that the Chinese army initially refused to slaughter those in Tian'anmen Square. 


Note tank not running over protestor.

The officers in charge thought it was against their charter and unlawful. All those principled officers and NCOs were dead in a few days and replaced with people who quite enthusiastically butchered the protestors..

Of course, an argument can be made that we're way off the rails here because the Canadian situation has no butchery at this time, but the precedents being set remove most checks on these things getting out of control, and those precedents are, frankly, quite Chinese in character. 


Remember this 42 second clip
Trudeau has taken his country to the precipice....and appears to be making a great leap forward. 
This Chicom social credit nonsense is terrifying. 
Unlike so many 'peaceful protests' in the U.S. last year, this protest was actually peaceful. It was also completely legal right up the moment that it suddenly wasn't. And yet people who contributed are being persecuted to the extent of having their savings taken away and the Mayor of Ottawa is suggesting they sell the vehicles that they impounded yesterday

This is not, as so many people have suggested, authoritarianism. Authoritarianism has a set of rules, sometimes arbitrary and capricious rules but it is VERY clear about what those rules are and it strictly enforces those rules. What we're seeing is totalitarianism, where the rules are tyrannically enforced, and the rules change moment to moment at the whim of those in power. 

Meanwhile in Australia, a place not known for respecting rights to assembly lately.....there is...talk. 



There are others who are appalled at Trudeau's actions and feel he has crossed some sort of line.






Bwahahahahahah...ahaha...ahaaaa...."wheeze"....Bwahahaha..ha..ha.. "thud"

"Crawls back into chair"

OK...so, the council of evil is quite likely not being altogether sincere. But if there a white pill to be had in this mess it is that even these despots realize that the optics of this are bad even for them. 

Trudeau MAY have overstepped, but if he survives this it will be bad for Canada and the US. In Canada Trudeau's government seems to be making the "social credit" aspects of the emergencies act permanent. And in the U.S., if Trudeau survives this many in power will look to Trudeau's gambit as not a warning, but an affirmation. 

Good night and good luck.

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February 18, 2022

Meanwhile, In Canuckistan


Art by Shiroshi

It isn't looking good for the Freedom Convoy. Trudeau appears to be clearing them out. However, given the extreme overreaction to the affair, Trudeau's victory may prove to be Phyrric in the long run. 

I'm not aware of ANY violence that was caused other than mounties pushing some people around. (I'm certain that in a chaotic affair as large and long lasting as this there had to be SOMETHING even if it was just someone getting drunk. However, the only thing the news has produced is a picture of a poster likening Trudeau to Nazis that was presented on the news with the Trudeau reference cropped out. )

The Godwin violation that caused so much trouble would be a point of legitimate criticism had not Trudeau gone to such lengths to validate it


The implementation of a social credit system that de-banks and de-licenses  anybody who showed support for a political protest that did not have the support of the Canadian government is straight out of China. To be implemented in such a broad and arbitrary way is terrifying. 

As we've seen recently with Lindell and earlier with Patreon , that terror is not limited to our friends up north. The Canadian innovation is the simply size of the net, and the number of people who can be made to suffer if the credentialed crowd wants to flex.The Lauratian Consensus that Trudeau represents has an awful lot in common with the costal default aristocracy that is causing so much problems in the States. Watch this mess closely, it may be a peek into our future in the US.  

As I type this, the Police are slowly, but methodically moving in. The political leadership appears to be hoping for the truckers to to provide them with some sort of 'casus belli'. The above mentioned de-banking and the governments policy of threatening trucker's bank accounts  and pets may well provoke a desperate response from somebody they can use to justify harsher methods. 

I mentioned the possibility of overreach on Trudeau's part. The freezing of bank assets has reportedly caused some considerable alarm, though there is no hard reporting on that in the media. I base it entirely on conversations with the sorts of Canadians I talk to, so take with a grain of salt. However, SOMETHING  is happening with regard to Canadian banks.

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January 17, 2022

Mike Lindell Has been De-Banked

Lindell had his phone records subpoenaed by the January 6 committee.  



This is really dangerous ground we are on.

If someone who has committed no crime, who merely has unpopular political opinions, can loose their BANKING privileges, over the fear that the bank might be associated with him in the current climate, then we are approaching Stassi territory.


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November 19, 2021

Not Guilty! Not Guilty! Not Guilty! ( Updated )

    






Yay! Kudos to the jury, who were under obscene pressure and in genuine fear while they did due diligence with their deliberations..and nevertheless held fast.
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April 07, 2021

Eyewitnesses to That Which Some Would Deny

An interesting correspondence from General Eisenhower after seeing a concentration camp. He was very keen on getting non-military documentation of the atrocities as he knew that there would be an effort to deny or minimize it, and an understandable tendency to not fully comprehend the horror of what had happened. 




A similar notion is found in the text of a telegram from Marshall (original here). 




Update: The video of Eisenhower, Bradley, and Patton  inspecting a concentration camp is actually blocked by YouTube for some TOS violation. This is why we have Bitchute

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January 10, 2021

Responding to the Purging of Parler

I was saddened to learn that MeWe wasn't Pixy's social media outlet, but I've signed up for it anyway


I do not like microblogging, but it's good to have some other alternatives to Twitter, now that Parler is gone and Gab is the junior Bostonian Baptist Anti-Fun League circa 1947.

I'm also on Pawoo, but honestly haven't posted there since Dec 7th. Maybe some of you can post Fediverse and other alternatives in the comments. 


UPDATE: While I was typing on MeWe about my curry....I burned my curry. 
Gah!

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October 14, 2020

I'm Going to Link to This

It's not really news. 

It's not unexpected. 
It's been known for a while. 

But I'm gonna link to it.
Because doing so has become important.
Because I can.


I do this because this dog bites man story became very important to spread to the four winds this afternoon. 

There's some discussion of why that is hereherehere, here and here.

Unlike a lot of people who are seeing that this story sees the light of day, I'm not stunning and brave. I don't have to sit pondering the potential cost to my livelihood and social circle that speaking this truth will entail. I don't have to ask myself "Is it worth losing my site?" "Is THIS, where I make my stand? "Will it matter enough to make the cost I pay worthwhile?"

That calculus does not trouble me, as it does so many others, because I don't do Twitter and don't have a Facebook page.  I blog at Mee.nu!

Because Mee.Nu is still free, in both senses of the word. 

You should probably migrate your social media here

UPDATE: Pixy, the administrator of Me.Nu has taken a break from his usual policy of being apolitical on his tech blog to opine upon this dumpster fire at length


UPDATE 2: Sargon also got his channel locked in the series of purges that have happened the last 36 hours. 

Watch on Bitchute

In fairness to YouTube, the company says that this ban was not related to his coverage of the NY Post Story. Rather, they say they banned him for a post from some months ago in which he decried the normalization of Pedophelia. 

"Wait..WHAT!? That's their cover story!?"

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October 03, 2020

The Vanishings Have Begun

CoronaChan, was a You-Tube channel that aggregate news related to the current pandemic. Its mirror still exists on Bitchute. 


Perhaps Ben referred to Taiwan as, you know, a country. 

That's what happened two two Hololive V-tubers, Kiryu Coco and Akai Haato, who, in the course of a joint You-Tube livestream looked up their analytics online (a very common thing for V-Tubers and YouTubers to do), discussed where their viewers were, and, I gather thanked the residents of each country. A lot of their viewers are in Taiwan, and they mentioned and....  

For those "inappropriate remarks", they have been suspended, by Hololive's parent company, Cover Corporation for at least three weeks. 



There is coverage of this here, here, here, here and here...though it's anyone's guess how long those links will go somewhere.

The whole affair came as something of a shock, particularly since these are not small talents, Kiryu Coco is much bigger than one would think as as she's frequently the top super-chat earner on You-Tube in any given month.  This made such waves that even American V-Tubers who avoid politics completely have taken a moment to mention it...and say "Taiwan". 

 It's telling that according to the ANN and Niche Gamer articles linked above that China's One China Policy was specifically mentioned in the Simplified Chinese version. 

There has been a bit of backlash particularly about that latter discrepancy. 

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July 21, 2020

Things That Make You Want To Say 共匪



There's a lot to unpack in yesterday's NTD report.  It looks like the 3 Gorges Dam may not be long for this world, the WuFlu (or something) is spreading big way, However the most disturbing bit of information is that the Uyghur Population in Xinjiang has dropped by 80 percent in the last three years. 

That's worse than the drop in the Jewish population in Europe in the 1940s which was a drop of between 60 and 70%. 

A U.S. and Australian report also makes some additions to the list of companies benefitting from Uyghur slavery. They include Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, and, to absolutely no one's surprise, Hugo Boss. 

 GoldenHelper, as researchers from security firm Trustwave dubbed the malware, hid inside the Golden Tax Invoicing software, which all companies registered in China are mandated to use to pay value-added taxes. The malware is able to bypass the User Account Control, the Windows mechanism that requires users to give their approval before software can install programs or make other system changes. Once that’s done, GoldenSpy can install modules with System-level privileges.

Golly.

Additionally, it appears that this mess in the Himalayas is not lost patrols or communications glitches, but the fact that China is seriously poking at India.

China is a nuclear power which should give everyone pause. However, it should be remembered that even at the height of the cold war the U.S.A. and U.S.S.R. were able to come to the table and ratify arms control treaties. Logically, China should be welcomed into the ongoing nuclear arms limitation/reduction treaty negotiations. And indeed they would be, if they hadn't rejected that offer from America and Russias with prejudice.  

 China, with the world’s biggest nuclear arsenal after the U.S. and Russia, has maintained it will not join in talks with Washington and Moscow on reducing its number of warheads. 
 


So there's hope that there will be a reckoning for the 共匪.

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June 25, 2020

A Forgotten Battle

Academia doesn't cover this sort of thing much, but it's deeply important history and a reminder of why the second amendment exists. 



Another example of this sort of thing, albeit without the racial component was the 'Battle of Athens', in 1946. 

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May 18, 2020

共匪 Or Why One Should Not Discuss Wild Pig Infestations in You Tube Comments

Look at that post title.

The blog is still here, because Me.Nu is not Alphabet affiliated.

Allow me to explain.

共匪 is a Chinese character compound that some of you will recognize as "wild boar" which is its Japanese meaning

( Update: and by some of you, I mean morons like me. See comments)

 


"Rats! Now no one will know about my prize-winning rodeo pig!"

You see in Chinese, å…±åŒª is  the pictograph of a slang term that means "Communist Bandit"*. 

The paper says comments will be deleted within 15 seconds and having tried this myself, I note that it will indeed happen within 12 and 20 seconds of the comment being posted. That's some pretty impressive bot work. 

Anyway, it's just another example of YouTube  enthusiastically doing censorship for the disease spreading, organ jacking, genocidal, slavers, in the CCP.** 

One more thing:
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* Probably 'cause commies are pigs.
** When you've got a left wing rag like the Independent calling out your communist atrocities  you've jumped the shark with your murderous shenanigans.

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April 28, 2020

The Mob Comes For SakimiChan

Whatever one thinks of Mr Hambly or B.I.T.C., the situation they're reporting on seems to be very real, disturbing and I think we can agree, unacceptable.

Beautyphobes strike again

It appears that SakimiChan, who (in addition to being a talented and popular artist)  gives monthly tutorials on how to draw, has run afoul of the Guild Of  Professionally Offended Karens. 

Specifically, GOPOK is appalled that an old tutorial in artistry is focussed on rendering the wrong sort of body type. 

 Sakimi-chan was soon bombarded with criticism and harassment by like-minded art authoritarians, or ‘arthoritarians,’ with the harassment ranging from claims that she was a terrible artist because she did not ‘understand anatomy,’ to accusations of fatphobia based on a tutorial on drawing plus-sized bodies that did not conform to the critics’ very specific standards of representation, to outright calls for the continued bullying and harassment of Sakimi-chan: 

Well that' sucks.
 

If you agree that these puritanical scolds ought to get bent, then follow Sakimichan on Pixiv and on Twitter: Support her quest to add beauty to the world on  Patreon and buy her stuff on Gumroad and/or Art Station.

Here's what for her is a low res-piece of 'GravityGal' from her Pixiv...




Yes ladies, she draws dudes too...




...and if you're into it,  yaoi, yuri...and interpretational furry.





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March 03, 2020

A List That Ought to Be Shared Far and Wide

Deep in the heart of Coronaville , it appears that Uyghers are being trucked in from their "re-education" camps to staff the factories in the plague zones that are either unsafe to operate due to contamination or have massive numbers of people out sick. The purpose of this appears to meet government mandated targets for production in an attempt to rescue an economy hammered by having its workforce immobilized by this disease. Of course if members of a demographic that the CCP is trying to exterminate are infected with a deadly pathogen, then, (presumably) they won't be required to be trucked back to the concentration camps. As far as the CCP is concerned, "two bats, one stone". 

As vile as it is, this situation is actually worse than that. 

The utilization of these people in the disease wracked regions is a current expedient, but it turns out that this pool of 80,000 or so workers has been used as a sort of slavery temp service since at least 2017.Long before COVID19 was unleashed upon the world, this cadre has been used by various firms to round out the labor pools at factories that include those of western companies set up in China. 

This practice has been noted in a in-depth report by The Australian Strategic Policy Institute a PDF of which is here. It gives extensive citations regarding the practice and helpfully notes which companies have been taking advantage of this abhorrent service.


Abercrombie & Fitch, 
Acer, 
Adidas,
 Alstom, 
Amazon, 
Apple,
 ASUS, 
BAIC Motor,
 BMW,
 Bombardier, 
Bosch, 
BYD, 
Calvin Klein, 
Candy, 
Carter’s, 
Cerruti 1881, 
Changan Automobile, 
Cisco, 
CRRC, 
Dell, 
Electrolux, 
Fila, 
Founder Group, 
GAC Group (automobiles), 
Gap, 
Geely Auto, 
General Motors, 
Google, 
Goertek, 
H&M, 
Haier, 
Hart Schaffner Marx, 
Hisense, 
Hitachi, 
HP, 
HTC, 
Huawei, 
iFlyTek, 
Jack & Jones,
 Jaguar,
 Japan Display Inc., 
L.L.Bean,
 Lacoste, 
Land Rover, 
Lenovo,
 LG, 
Li-Ning, 
Mayor, 
Meizu, 
Mercedes-Benz, 
MG, 
Microsoft, 
Mitsubishi,
 Mitsumi, 
Nike, 
Nintendo, 
Nokia, 
The North Face, 
Oculus, 
Oppo, 
Panasonic, 
Polo Ralph Lauren, 
Puma, 
Roewe, 
SAIC Motor, 
Samsung, 
SGMW, 
Sharp, 
Siemens, 
Skechers, 
Sony, 
TDK, 
Tommy Hilfiger, 
Toshiba, 
Tsinghua Tongfang, 
Uniqlo, 
Victoria’s Secret, 
Vivo, 
Volkswagen, 
Xiaomi, 
Zara, 
Zegna, 
ZTE. 
 


I note that many of the western entities on this list not only profess their own piousness but frequently presume to lecture us on what they claim are our moral failings (usually sins involving mere words).

China is a brutal dictatorship, and a nuclear power. Our ability to affect their internal affairs are necessarily limited. However, while we can't stamp out all evil in the world, willingly engaging in this atrocity is another matter entirely.

This is a list that needs to get some distribution and attention. 

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January 14, 2020

Good Grief

A lot of people have been talking about the situation between MxR Plays and Jukin. There's been a lot of sea-lawyering on this but here is some actual lawyering and, well, while it does not in any way change my opinion of whose the jerk and whose the victim it does indicate that the situation is much less cut and dried than people have been suggesting.



The process is the punishment.

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January 09, 2020

Meanwhile at C&Rsenal


I'll just leave this without comment except to say that C&Rsenal is (likely soon to be was) one of the better history channels out there. Watch it while you can. All their customer support contacts are now gone. 



 They've also been demonetized, so you can support them as I have for over a year on Patre...OH look! They're also on Subscribestar now!

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