Saturday, November 29, 2014

I don't answer to the state

Black boy with toy gun fatally shot

Volcano Eruption - The Eruption of Mt St Helens (1980) - Rare Footage

Herbert Marcuse: the Origin of the Blue Pill

If ever there was a writer that took up the cause of cultural Marxism and brought it to the forefront of popular culture it was Herbert Marcuse and his groundbreaking book,”Eros and Civilization.” Having just read it and written a midterm paper on it myself, I can tell you with all honesty that it is one of the most intentionally confusing, obscure and meandering books that I have ever come across. Its Marxist undertones however are readily apparent, even to the disinterested reader. Having read the book, I would venture to call the author, Marcuse, the father of the blue-pill. In it, while rambling on about Freudian pseudo-analysis of man’s true sexual nature, Marcuse advocates the overthrow of 50’s era Western society, along psycho-analytic grounds.
The fundamental point that Marcuse raises is the idea of surplus repression. The fundamental premise is that civilization with its traditions and its competition based performance principle repress man and require more and more work from him despite the fact that we could all readily live lives of far greater leisure. Furthermore, man is now alienated from the product of his labor and does not take joy in the production of say a 1000 ipods as much as he would the production of one spear with which he could hunt for food. Civilization acts as a source of surplus repression that denies man the expression of one of his most basic drives, the Eros or love drive. According to this theory, man tries to reach out and connect to the entire world, to expand himself and by doing so engage in erotic love, or love of a non-sexual nature. Making friends, building communities, when not motivated by the performance principle are all examples of Eros or non-genital love. The kind of work that society makes us engage in however, is non erotically charged, but repressive and makes us all deeply unhappy.
Ok, pretty basic Freud stuff so far, whats next?

Are Whites or Blacks more Likely to be Shot by Police? The Shocking Truth!

The ongoing unrest over the Ferguson-Michael Brown incident—which has now spread countrywide—has allowed the Jewish Supremacist dominated media to once again launch a barrage of articles claiming that European-Americans are somehow inherently racist towards African-Americans—and that this “culture of racism” is so pervasive that it even results in the mass shootings of unarmed black civilians by “racist white police.”
A typical recent such article was published in the online journal Mother Jones. Its title,“Exactly How Often Do Police Shoot Unarmed Black Men?” sets the tone for the entire screed, which includes numerous quotes blaming alleged racism by the police, the court systems, and basically everybody else who is white.
Mother Jones is a self-described “progressive” journal, which is actually the news outlet of something called “The Foundation for National Progress” or FNP. It will come as no surprise to hear that the FNP in turn is funded by the well-known Jewish Supremacist George Soros, through his “Open Society Foundations.”
It will also come as no surprise to hear that the publisher of Mother Jones is yet another Jewish Supremacist, Steve Katz.
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James Watson selling Nobel prize 'because no-one wants to admit I exist'. World-famous biologist James Watson said he is selling the Nobel Prize medal he won in 1962 for discovering the structure of DNA because he has been ostracised and needs the money.

James Watson, co-discoverer of the structure of DNA
James Watson, the world-famous biologist who was shunned by the scientific community after linking intelligence to race, said he is selling his Nobel Prize because he is short of money after being made a pariah.
Mr Watson said he is auctioning the Nobel Prize medal he won in 1962 for discovering the structure of DNA, because "no-one really wants to admit I exist".
Auctioneer Christie’s said the gold medal, the first Nobel Prize to be sold by a living recipient, could fetch as much as $3.5m (£2.23m) when it is auctioned in New York on Thursday. The reserve price is $2.5m.
Mr Watson told the Financial Times he had become an “unperson” after he “was outed as believing in IQ” in 2007 and said he would like to use money from the sale to buy a David Hockney painting.
Mr Watson, who shared the 1962 Nobel Prize for uncovering the double helix structure of DNA, sparked an outcry in 2007 when he suggested that people of African descent were inherently less intelligent than white people.
If the medal is sold Mr Watson said he would use some of the proceeds to make donations to the “institutions that have looked after me”, such as University of Chicago, where he was awarded his undergraduate degree, and Clare College, Cambridge.
Mr Watson said his income had plummeted following his controversial remarks in 2007, which forced him to retire from the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory on Long Island, New York. He still holds the position of chancellor emeritus there.
“Because I was an ‘unperson’ I was fired from the boards of companies, so I have no income, apart from my academic income,” he said.
He would also use some of the proceeds to buy an artwork, he said. “I really would love to own a [painting by David] Hockney”.
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The Tech Worker Shortage Doesn't Really Exist By Josh Eidelson

The Tech Worker Shortage Doesn't Really Exist
Along with temporary deportation relief for millions, President Obama’s executive action will increase the number of U.S. college graduates from abroad who can temporarily be hired by U.S. corporations. That hasn’t satisfied tech companies and trade groups, which contend more green cards or guest worker visas are needed to keep tech industries growing because of a shortage of qualified American workers. But scholars say there’s a problem with that argument: The tech worker shortage doesn’t actually exist.
“There’s no evidence of any way, shape, or form that there’s a shortage in the conventional sense,” says Hal Salzman, a professor of planning and public policy at Rutgers University. “They may not be able to find them at the price they want. But I’m not sure that qualifies as a shortage, any more than my not being able to find a half-priced TV.”
For a real-life example of an actual worker shortage, Salzman points to the case of petroleum engineers, where the supply of workers has failed to keep up with the growth in oil exploration. The result, says Salzman, was just what economists would have predicted: Employers started offering more money, more people started becoming petroleum engineers, and the shortage was solved. In contrast, Salzman concluded in a paper released last year by the liberal Economic Policy Institute, real IT wages are about the same as they were in 1999. Further, he and his co-authors found, only half of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) college graduates each year get hired into STEM jobs. “We don’t dispute the fact at all that Facebook (FB) and Microsoft (MSFT) would like to have more, cheaper workers,” says Salzman’s co-author Daniel Kuehn, now a research associate at the Urban Institute. “But that doesn’t constitute a shortage.”

Bill Cosby is innocent. We forget this at our peril. By BRENDAN O’NEILL

Bill Cosby – what a creep. Drugging all those women, molesting them, raping some. Can you believe we worshipped this guy when he played the joke-making everyman Cliff Huxtable in the Eighties? Well, now we know better. He isn’t the loveable avuncular dude we all thought he was. Rather, as those memes slicing through the internet like knives in Caesar’s back reveal, he’s a ‘serial rapist’. As one especially popular internet tag has it: ‘America’s fave dad by day – serial rapist by night.’
That has been the tenor of the discussion about Cosby on the web over the past fortnight. And it has been as ugly as hell: vindictive, gossip-fuelled, backward and positively medieval in its rush to condemn a man before he has been found guilty of a crime. Whatever you think of Cosby – I remember even as a kid I thought The Cosby Show was pants – this media-led public criminalisation of someone who hasn’t been convicted of a crime should chill you. Because the fact is, Cosby is innocent of rape. Just as you are. Just as I am. At least until such a time as someone does the very hard job of proving beyond reasonable doubt that he did rape someone. There’s a phrase for this, I think. How does it go? Ah, yes: ‘A man is presumed innocent until proven guilty.’
The speed with which Cosby has gone from being the uncle of modern America to the scum of the world wide web has been terrifying. As a CNN headline summed it up: ‘From TV dad to accused sexual predator.’ That’s basically what has happened to Cosby’s reputation in the space of two weeks. It started when he invited his fans to ‘meme him’ – that is, make pictures of him saying funny things to be shared on the web. Some wags decided to make memes of him saying things like ‘I found my raping hat!’ and ‘My two favourite things: Jell-o pudding and rape’. This was in reference to an old accusation of sexual assault for which Cosby was never prosecuted. Before long, other women – 16 in total now – had come forward to accuse Cosby of sexually assaulting them, too, in some cases more than 50 years ago. The media have had a field day, interviewing the accusers and writing dark, salacious pieces about Cosby’s ‘double life’. ‘You rape women, Bill Cosby’, said one entertainer in the US.

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Friday, November 28, 2014

Jews, Multiculturalism, and the War on Free Speech: A TOO Case File by Andrew Joyce

One of the most important functions that TOO has played in recent years has been to catalogue Jewish efforts to promote multiculturalism and muzzle with extremely repressive legal measures any speech critical of multiculturalism and the Jewish role in relentlessly pushing it. At the beginning of this year, Brenton Sanderson offered stunning further insight into the Jewish war on White Australia, remarking that “in addition to opening the floodgates to mass non-White immigration, a key part of this Jewish campaign to radically reengineer Australian society in their own interests has been to shut down speech critical of this immigration and multiculturalism — and particularly of the role of Jews in foisting these disastrous policies on a resentful White Australian population.”
Sanderson indicated the primary methods by which organized Jewry developed and employed their influence on both fronts, for example, through the formation of “think-tanks” and the dissemination of “reports,” which were then carried into government. The influence of unelected Jews in this process is not only breath-taking in scope, but also exposes the fiction that we live in democratic societies. For example, Sanderson noted that
under the chairmanship (and behind the scenes influence) of the Jewish activist Walter Lippmann, the influential Committee on Community Relations delivered a report to the Australian Parliament in 1975 which placed “multiculturalism” at the heart of Australian government policy. It recommended that Australian social policy be formulated on the basis of four key elements. One of these recommendations, as summarised by the Jewish academic Andrew Markus, was that: “legislation was required to outlaw racial discrimination and uphold and promote rights through the establishment of a human rights commission. In response to this and the Committee’s other recommendations, which were essentially Lippmann’s recommendations, “multiculturalism” was adopted as official government policy in Australia in the 1970s, and extended under the Fraser [1975–1983] and Hawke governments [1983-1991] in the 1980s. Thus, in order to achieve the goals of multiculturalism, Jewish activists were determined from the beginning to bar and punish any speech that was critical of non-White immigration and multiculturalism. The new politically correct speech code was soon enforced by the weight of law with the enactment of racial and religious vilification laws that criminalized dissenting speech.
At the outset of my series of essays on the Jewish effort to raise Spinoza to almost cosmic importance in the intellectual history of the West, I indicated the importance of acknowledging patterns, trends and commonalities in how Jews, as a group, approach a given task. In the case of Spinoza, I linked Jewish efforts to exaggerate his legacy with broader Jewish efforts to perpetuate the notion of ‘Jewish genius.’ I took extra care to point to the precise processes, stages and methods involved.
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Chutzpah: $3.1 Billion US “Aid” to Israel as it “Buys” $2.75 billion Worth of F35 Jets

An F-35B test dropping a bomb.

In yet another remarkable display of Jewish Supremacist chutzpah, Israel has just concluded the purchase of $2.75 billion worth of F35 jet fighters from America—the second such purchase in recent times—funded from the total US taxpayer-funded “aid” to Israel which has now topped $3.1 billion (and is set to increase).

The incredible swindle—where the US government uses vast amounts of taxpayers’ money to give to the Jews-only state, which then uses that money to buy more highly sophisticated weapons to bomb and murder its enemies—is only possible because of the firm grip over the American government exercised by the Jewish lobby.
News of the “deal” was, of course, completely suppressed in the Jewish Supremacist mass media which is directed at non-Jews. In fact, the only way anyone would even hear about the “deal” would be if they read the Jewish media directed at Jews—because in those publications, they can barely contain themselves with glee over this latest maneuver.
For example, in the Israeli business news magazine, Globes, the “deal” was announced as “Israel to buy 2nd F-35 squadron” and went on to tell its readers that:
Despite the diplomatic tension with the US, Israel will purchase a second squadron of F-35 stealth warplanes, and will also complete its purchase of its first squadron, after having originally bought 19 of the planes.
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SKIING WITH THE ENEMY by Richard B. Spencer

In January of 2013, the fates seated me next to a heavyset, bearded man on a chairlift. I started up small talk . . .
— Where are you from?
— Washington, DC.
I never would have imagined that this conversation, which began so innocuously, would transform into a fixation of an erstwhile neoconservative operative, capture the imagination of many in the national media, launch a local witch hunt, and damage the reputation of a place I call home—Whitefish, Montana.


So what happened?
The answer is nothing . . . and everything.
I got into an argument with a man named Randy Scheunemann on a chairlift. At the time, we were both members of the Big Mountain Club, a small social organization for skiers.
It was nothing, in that nothing of significance occurred. There was no “fight,” in the sense of a physical confrontation. No voices were raised; no threats were issued; no laws were broken. My only crime was sarcasm and snark. And after spending some 10 minutes seated next to Scheunemann, I was eager never to see him again.
So it was nothing . . . and then it became everything. The event catalyzed an unpredictable chain reaction. Many around the world have seen the salacious reports of this incident—from Rachel MaddowThe Daily BeastRaw Story, and others—and, equally distressing, stories of the proposed enactment of “anti-hate” legislation by Whitefish locals. These onlookers must be asking themselves—What in the Hell is going on in Montana!?
The sole reason why the event became public knowledge is that the person I argued with while dangling 50-feet above a ski run was Randy Scheunemann, and he has obsessed about the encounter for a year and half. He’s whined to the management of the ski resort. He’s whined to journalists. He’s made himself into a princess, who mustn’t be subjected to opinions she doesn’t want to hear.
Perhaps Scheunemann’s feelings were terribly hurt by my criticism of him . . . perhaps he knows, deep down, that everything I said is true. What’s indisputable is that he won’t let it go.

Fergusons in Perpetuity Thoughts on the Unfixable

Two questions, methinks, arise from Ferguson's latest outburst. The first, political, is "Why does the country tolerate it?" The second, more anthropologically interesting, is "Why the eerie incapacity of underclass blacks to understand evidence, or law, or much of anything?" Of the countless explanations given for the poor performance and poor behavior of blacks in the US, one of them dares not speak its name: Low intelligence.
Yet it fits all the evidence. It explains why Africa never built cities, why it did not invent writing, why there was no African Fifth-Century Athens. It explains why Rhodesia, prosperous and an exporter of food when run by whites, fell immediately into hunger and barbarism when whites left. It explains the dysfunction of black societies from Africa to Haiti to Detroit. It explains why blacks invariably score far below whites and Asians on tests of IQ, on the SATs, GREs, on entrance and promotion exams for fire and police departments.
It explains the need for affirmative action and for departments of Black Studies in universities when black students can’t handle real courses. It explains why the gap in academic achievement never closes. It explains the criminality, the violence, the poor impulse control, the dependency on welfare, the unemployment, and the inability to integrate themselves into a high-tech society. It explains the constant scandals involving teachers in black schools giving students the answers on standardized tests.
Further, it explains why none of the programs intended to raise performance of blacks in the schools ever work. Head Start didn’t work. Integrated schools didn’t work, nor segregated schools, nor black schools with white teachers nor black schools with black teachers. Expensive laboratories and free computers didn't work. Schools run entirely by blacks with very high per-student expenditure (Washington, DC for example) didn’t work. There is no indication that anything at all will ever work. Low intelligence is the obvious explanation. There is precious little counterevidence.
Endless evasions seek to avoid the unavoidable. Tests are biased, all tests without exception. Africa is primitive because of colonialism, or for geographic reasons, or because the natives liked hunting and gathering. Detroit is largely illiterate because of slavery, or low self-esteem, or  institutional racism, which seems to mean undetectable racism. On and on.
 If the consequences didn’t affect others, it would be needless, even cruel, to mention cognitive deficits. But they do affect society, very damagingly. They result in the enstuipidation of schools to which the bright go, and cripple the high-end brains upon which the prosperity of the United States depends. They result in Fergusons.

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Liberal Racial Profiling in our Schools by by Bruce Frohnen

racial profiling
Some rather distressing, though hardly surprising, developments in our public schools were reported recently by our libertarian friends at It seems the Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) have decided it is time to reduce “the nonviolent suspension gap.” What is that, you may ask? It seems more African-American and Hispanic students are being suspended from Minneapolis schools for nonviolent offenses than white students, in proportion to their numbers within the system. And this is something MPS Superintendent Bernadeia Johnson—and, of course, the Obama Education Department—will not tolerate.
It seems clear, judging from countless stories in the press about elementary school kids being sent home for hugs, kisses on the cheek, and the occasional drawing or bread product that looks like it might be a gun, that far too many children are being suspended under “zero tolerance” regulations passed to mollify ideological nitwits who have no idea what actual children are like. This makes attention to such suspensions a potential “good thing.” Of course, one might expect there to be some sort of investigation from the Justice Department concerning whether racial bias is to blame for the disparities tabulated in terms of race; under this administration in particular there also would be justifiable fear of a politically-correct witch hunt.
No such fear, here, for the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has already “investigated,” spoken, and come to an agreement with MPS. As a result, MPS will act by simple administrative fiat. The policy statement can be found here. In it, Ms. Johnson is clear on what must be done:
MPS must aggressively reduce the disproportionality between black and brown students and their white peers every year for the next four years. This will begin with a 25 percent reduction in disproportionality by the end of this school year; 50 percent by 2016; 75 percent by 2017; and 100 percent by 2018.

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Thursday, November 27, 2014

Thought Crime! Ezra Levant interviews Mark Steyn on SunTV's The Source

What was your intent?

Movie Legends - Audrey Hepburn

Excalibur (6/10) Movie CLIP - Where Hides Evil? (1981) HD

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Obama's Free Pass To Illegals

U.N. human rights investigators denied entry to Israel for Gaza inquiry By LAURA KING, BATSHEVA SOBELMAN

Gaza war destruction
A Palestinian woman plays with her child on the rubble of their family's home, which was destroyed during the 50-day war between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip. 

Israel said late Wednesday that it would deny entry to representatives of the U.N. Human Rights Council who are investigating potential war crimes committed during the summer’s 50-day war between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

While widely expected, the decision was likely to trigger fresh international criticism of Israel. The government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is already on the defensive over plans for expanding settlements in the West Bank and a growing Jewish presence in traditionally Arab areas of east Jerusalem, which Palestinians want to be the capital of their future state.

In addition, tensions over a holy site in Jerusalem’s Old City have triggered street riots and played a role in deadly attacks that have left six Israelis dead in the last month.

The Foreign Ministry said the Geneva-based rights council’s “obsessive hostility toward Israel” would make an impartial investigation impossible. Israel has long had a tense relationship with the council, accusing it of ignoring or downplaying rights violations emanating from the Palestinian side.

The main practical effect of Israel’s decision to deny entry to the investigators is that they will be unable to travel to Gaza via the main Erez crossing, which Israel controls. It would be theoretically possible for the council’s representatives to reach the coastal enclave via Egypt, but the Rafah crossing from the Egyptian side has been closed amid confrontations between Egyptian forces and Islamic militants operating in the northern Sinai Peninsula.

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Why Your Best Ideas Come When You Least Expect It Surprising research reveals how we think at different times of the day.

It's well known that we follow circadian, or daily, rhythms in basic physiological functions like body temperature or digestion. Interestingly, these rhythms extend to our psychological abilities, too. Simply put, we tend to have more brainpower at our peak circadian arousal time, which leads to success on activities that require us to concentrate and mentally buckle down.
Morning types (people who are most alert in the morning) excel on a host of cognitive tasks when they complete them early in the day. This is especially true for tasks that require working memory, like systematically reasoning through a problem or juggling numbers in your head. As I have blogged about before, working memory is our flexible mental scratch pad. It's the brainpower that helps us keep what we want in mind and what we don't want out. On the other hand, evening types, those who are most alert at night, tend to perform at their best on demanding cognitive tasks later in the day.

But not all tasks require working memory for success. In fact, sometimes people's ability to think about information in new and unusual ways can actually be hampered when they wield too much brainpower. This means that what we think of as our optimal time of day may not be optimal for everything.
Recent research confirms this idea. In a paper published last December in the journal Thinking and Reasoning, psychologist Mareike Wieth and her colleagues found that when people have to solve "insight problems" that require a high degree of creativity, solvers are much more successful when they tackle these problems at the time of day in which they are least alert.
Take the following problem:
Water lilies double in area every 24 hours. At the beginning of summer there is one water lily on the lake. It takes 60 days for the lake to become completely covered with water lilies. On which day is the lake half covered?
This water lilies puzzle is called an "insight problem" because the solver feels that the answer comes all at once, in an "Aha!" moment of illumination (the answer, by the way, is day 59). This is compared to more analytic problems that require the solver to grind out the solution by systematically working towards the answer, incrementally narrowing down the problem search space—which requires a heavy dose of working memory.

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India can grow at 9%, become $10 trillion economy: PwC

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NEW DELHI: India has the potential to achieve 9 per cent growth rate and become a $10 trillion economy by 2034 on the back of concerted efforts by the corporate sector and a constructive role played by the government, a PwC report said on Monday.

"India is on the cusp of major change ... For India to take the winning leap and grow its GDP by 9 per cent per annum to become a $10 trillion economy, a concerted effort from corporate India, supported by a vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem and a constructive partnership with the government will play a critical role," said the PwC report, 'Future of India — The Winning Leap'.

Up to 40 per cent of India's $10 trillion economy of 2034 could be derived from new solutions, it said.

The report added however that the winning leap should not be limited to a new approach of solutions but rather needs to be seen as a play-top-win mind set.

"The world economic picture is pretty challenging in the next 12-18 months. Having said that we are talking about all the opportunities that are here in India and they are significant,"PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) International Ltd chairman Dennis Nally said after releasing the report.

"I think with the right type of collaboration between government and private sector, the potential of this economy is much bigger than 5 per cent that is currently forecasting," he added.

The report said that each of the key areas — education, healthcare, agriculture, retail, power, manufacturing, financial services, urbanization and the enabling sectors such as India's digital and physical connectivity — face challenges and their resolution will need new and scalable solutions that are resource efficient and environmentally sustainable.

It emphasized upon the need to tap into the vast human resource capital available in the country and the Human Development Index (HDI) needs radical improvements over the next two decades.

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Featured photo - Secret Malware in European Union Attack Linked to U.S. and British Intelligence
Complex malware known as Regin is the suspected technology behind sophisticated cyberattacks conducted by U.S. and British intelligence agencies on the European Union and a Belgian telecommunications company, according to security industry sources and technical analysis conducted by The Intercept.
Regin was found on infected internal computer systems and email servers at Belgacom, a partly state-owned Belgian phone and internet provider, following reports last year that the company was targeted in a top-secret surveillance operation carried out by British spy agency Government Communications Headquarters, industry sources told The Intercept.
The malware, which steals data from infected systems and disguises itself as legitimate Microsoft software, has also been identified on the same European Union computer systems that were targeted for surveillance by the National Security Agency.
The hacking operations against Belgacom and the European Union were first revealed last year through documents leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. The specific malware used in the attacks has never been disclosed, however.
The Regin malware, whose existence was first reported by the security firm Symantec on Sunday, is among the most sophisticated ever discovered by researchers. Symantec compared Regin to Stuxnet, a state-sponsored malware program developed by the U.S. and Israel to sabotage computers at an Iranian nuclear facility. Sources familiar with internal investigations at Belgacom and the European Union have confirmed to The Intercept that the Regin malware was found on their systems after they were compromised, linking the spy tool to the secret GCHQ and NSA operations.
Ronald Prins, a security expert whose company Fox IT was hired to remove the malware from Belgacom’s networks, told The Intercept that it was “the most sophisticated malware” he had ever studied.
“Having analyzed this malware and looked at the [previously published] Snowden documents,” Prins said, “I’m convinced Regin is used by British and American intelligence services.”
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David Hockney on 60 years of ignoring the dictates of art fashion

David Hockney at work in his studio, c.1967

A new film on Hockney opens next week. At Pace Gallery New York his latest paintings are on show. Martin Gayford talks to the celebrated Yorkshire artist about 60 years of ignoring art fashion

‘I just stay here and do my thing,’ David Hockney told me soon after I arrived at his house and studio in Los Angeles this August. ‘I’m not that interested in what happens outside. I live the same way as I have for years. I’m just a worker.’ Hockney has been labouring prodigiously for more than 60 years now, since he entered Bradford School of Art at the age of 16.
‘There is something inside David,’ his assistant Jean-Pierre Gonçalves de Lima noted, ‘that drives him to make pictures.’ In the summer of 2013, after a series of disasters — including a minor stroke and the terrible death of a young assistant — Hockney moved back to California after a long period of working in Bridlington. It was a dark period. Nonetheless for the past 12 months Hockney has been on an intense creative roll, which has included painting a cycle of more than 50 portraits, plus another series of groups of people in conversation, dancing and playing cards, and, in the past few months, the invention of a novel variety of digital photographic collage. Examples of the last two series are currently on show at the Pace Gallery, New York, in an exhibition entitled Some New Painting (and Photography).

This month a film is released that chronicles this immensely productive life to date. Directed by Randall Wright and simply entitled Hockney, it is itself a kind of collage, cut together from an archive of 19 films made by Hockney himself since the 1960s about his own activities along with new footage of the artist and friends, old and new. The result is somewhere between biography and autobiography, in cinematic terms. Hockney pops up, non-sequentially, at various ages sporting a wide variety of outfits, hairstyles and colours; while others who have known him at various stages since his childhood contribute their own memories.
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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Once Upon A Time In America Cock insurance scene

Excalibur ~ In memoriam Nicholas Clay (1946-2000)

26 Pictures Will Make You Re-Evaluate Your Entire Existence

This right here is a comet. We just landed a probe on one of those bad boys. Here's what one looks like compared with Los Angeles:

8. This right here is a comet. We just landed a probe on one of those bad boys. Here’s what one looks like compared with Los Angeles:

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Low Information Looters by Steve Sailer

Months of egging on the mob in Ferguson, Missouri by the Obama Administration, the Democratic Party, and the national media in order to goose turnout in this month’s midterm elections have culminated in the Night of Undocumented Shopping.
CNN reported:
An entire row of businesses on West Florissant Avenue, a major thoroughfare, was engulfed in flames. … Many business owners will return to their shops to see their livelihoods in ruins. Looters broke into a beauty supply store and stole hair weaves and wigs, leaving the heads of mannequins strewn in the middle of the street.
The executive branch, the Democrats, and the press had flogged the narrative of yet another white racist killer stalking baby black bodies to enrage low information potential voters. To their credit, large numbers of respectable black voters stayed home on election day, perhaps depressed that this latest media obsession over white male racist violence had once again turned out to be a factual fiasco.
Just as in the farcical 2013 trial of “white Hispanic” George Zimmerman, when the rule of law was finally applied to this tragedy, we found that the public had been relentlessly misled.
You and I have known since August 15 that the conventional wisdom about gentle giant Michael Brown being gunned down in cold racist blood was contrived. For over three months, we’ve been able to watch security camera video of the enormous black man setting off on his fatal crime spree by first roughing up the little Asian storekeeper from whom he was stealing cigars. Shortly afterward, Brown attacked the police officer in his own cop car and tried to grab his gun—behavior so far out of control that I’ve almost never heard of that happening before.
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The Ninth Gate (1999) – Dante’s Esoteric Inferno

Film poster. Image: Wikipedia.
Roman Polanksi’s 1999 The Ninth Gate is not his best film, but it does contain a high level of esoteric symbology and twilight references pertinent to researchers. Based on the novel The Club Dumas by Arturo Perez-Reverte, the film follows an antiquarian book dealer named Dean Corso (Johnny Depp) who is hired by a wealthy collector to track down the authentic copy of The Nine Gates which legend holds the Devil himself penned. An obscure 17th century Spanish mystic, Aristide Torchia, authored the 1666 copy of Lucifer’s original, which properly decoded grants adventurers the ability to ritually summon Satan. I’ve viewed it several times and the devil didn’t appear, but as I wandered about online I decided my notes contained the great esoteric secret! (I am joking.) What other analyses often missed is the film’s similarity to Eyes Wide Shut, both of which give clues and revelations concerning the nefarious practices of many of our real world “elite.” Littered with masonic and alchemical imagery, The Ninth Gateis a film about occult initiation as much as (I argued) Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut is.
It is worth mentioning that Polanski’s fleeing the United States due to his decades-old rape accusation was also surrounded by accusations of the practice of witchcraft in the same Hollywood circles connected to the Manson killings. I am of the opinion these rituals and killings were actually the work of a higher network of dark forces, and not primarily that of the actors and directors commonly named. Author Peter Levenda provides evidence of this contention in his volume of Sinister Forces on The Nine, which invites legitimate speculation surrounding synchromistic associations of “9,” as nine is also the Ennead, as well as the 9 major gods of Egypt. It is also important to consider the date Polanski released the film, 1999, as “999” is an upside down “666,” and Eyes Wide Shut was released the same year.  Such triplicities also factor into witchcraft and Satanism, as witchcraft holds to a “law of threefold return,” where good or evil intentions are returned threefold in a kind of karmic way, and in Satanism, where tripling things is seen as a way of inverting the Trinity. Nine is therefore a tripled triple, and holds heavy significance for esotericism.
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The Myth Of The 11 Million: Wall Street Analyst Estimates 21-25 Million Illegals Now In U.S. By Nicholas Stix


Or you know, whatever.
Obama just gave legal status to an estimated five million illegal aliens and the Treason Lobby and its foreign allies are already shrieking for more. But how many more? Just how many illegal aliens have invaded America? There’s reason to believe the government’s estimates are wrong—and that the real number is shocking larger.
For a suspiciously long time, the Main Stream Media has been using the figure of 11 million illegals, presumably because the current official estimate from the U.S. Census Bureau is 11 million-12 million. And Steven Camarota, of the Center for Immigration Studies, tells me that, using various Census Bureau tools such as the Current Population Study, he concurs that the number is around 11-12 million.
But my colleague, economist Edwin S. Rubenstein, while considering Camarota’s estimate to be credible, distinguishes between “net” and “gross” levels of illegals. The “net” level is the number on American soil at any given time. The “gross” number is the number that many have been on American soil at any time in the course of a year, which may contains a great deal of duplication. In an extreme case, a Mexican illegally crossing the border to work in a Texas border town 365 times in a year, and being counted as 365 illegal aliens.
To put it another way, the transient “flow” of illegal may greatly exceed the quasi-permanent “stock”—which means that the “stock” might increase sharply if the President’s action encourages the transient “flow” to stay.
And in January 2005, Robert Justich and Betty Ng, analysts at the major Wall Street investment bank Bear Stearns, caused a stir with an exhaustive report, The Underground Labor Force is Rising to the Surface. [PDF]This report particularly delighted because it supported the daring 2004 estimate made by D.A. King in in 2004: 20 million illegals.

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OF CHIMPS AND MEN by Colin Liddell

As demonstrated by the riots across America, Blacks can’t handle the truth, the truth being that some cop shot some thug in order to save his life. When the shooting happened there were riots, and now that the decision has been made to clear the police officer there are yet more riots. Looks like any excuse to torch a looted liquor store.

Sensitive Whites talk about the "tragedy" and send their reporters into danger to show empathy with the rioters; while some even suggest that Darren Wilson, regardless of his innocence, should have been offered up as a sacrifice for the greater good.

Insensitive Whites, of course, talk about "chimp outs" and post amusing memes and pictures on the internet like the above illustration of a police helicopter delivering a giant box of fried chicken to quell the rioters. I myself tend to side with the more insensitive Whites because a good laugh is always more appealing than a hand-wringing session and the meaningless platitude that we're "all human."

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Tuesday, November 25, 2014


Here’s proof UCLA’s new diversity requirement is based on bad science, emotion, rhetoric
Diversity. Diversity. Diversity.
It’s the catch-all term we’ve heard innumerable times since entering college. If you ask 10 different college students what the term “diversity” means to each one of them, you’ll get ten different answers. Though we cannot define diversity exactly, we know it’s good and apparently that it should be a codified academic requirement.
On Oct. 31, the UCLA College faculty senate voted to institutionalize diversity by approving a “diversity requirement,” which stipulates that every student in the College of Letters and Sciences take a course about “inequalities based on race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation and religion, among other factors.”
Now the proposal will head to the Undergraduate Students Association Council and then the Committee of Rules and Jurisdictions, both of which are virtually certain to pass it.
The proposal, as described by the 2014 UCLA College Diversity Initiative Committee in the “Proposed Diversity Requirement” document, outlines the goals of the requirement and attempts to give empirical evidence supporting the need for the requirement.
The proposal outlines four goals:
to teach undergrads to “better understand the perspectives of others”;
to prepare undergrads to be leaders in “interconnected global societies”;
to reduce prejudice on campus with regard to “difference”;
and the most wonderfully written goal: “To provide undergraduates with the analytical skills needed to develop critical and reflective perspectives on difference within both domestic and global spheres—including the structural processes, along with representational and embodied practices, that promote inequities and those that support fairness and inclusiveness.”
And how would it manage to accomplish all that?
For one, the proposal cites a study which claims that students “enrolled in a diversity course developed greater levels of moral reasoning (measured by the Defining Issues Test 2) than those enrolled in a management course.”
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Scandinavians are the earliest Europeans

Scientists have sequenced a 37,000-year-old genome. The results show that present-day Scandinavians are the closest living relatives to the first people in Europe.

An international team of scientists have sequenced the genome of a 37,000-year-old male skeleton found in Kostenki in Russia.
The study, which was recently published in Science, sheds entirely new light on who we are as Europeans.
"From a genetic point of view he's an European," says Professor Eske Willerslev, Director of the Centre for GeoGenetics at the University of Copenhagen, who was involved in the new study, and adds:
“Actually, he is closer to Danes, Swedes, Finns and Russians than to Frenchmen, Spaniards and Germans”.
Split happened within a 8.000 year gap
The new results reveal that the man is the oldest that we know of so far to genetically represent a separate line from the forebears of present-day Asians. This is decisive when it comes to dating one of the most important events in history.
"We can now date the separation time between Asians and Europeans," says Professor Rasmus Nielsen from the University of Copenhagen and the University of California, Berkeley, who was also involved in the study.
He points out that the Kostenki genome sets a line 37,000 years ago. Here the lines must have split, while the 45,000-year-old genome from the recently discovered Ust' Ishim in Siberia sets the limit in the other direction.
This gives the answer to one of the biggest questions in the history of mankind; scientists now know that it is within the 8000 year gap that Europeans and Asians went their separate ways. 

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President Obama’s decision to ignore the law by granting de facto amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants brought to America as children and those who are parents of children with legal status was a terribly foolish act. It will only serve to exacerbate racial tensions.

Polls indicate the overwhelming majority of whites view illegal immigration as threatening. Many see immigrants as taking jobs from native-born Americans, pushing down wages and contributing to cultural decline.
While many may silently harbor racial bigotry, the adverse economic consequences for whites are real and palpable.
Illegal immigration increases the supply of low-skilled workers, and that drives down wages for less educated whites and African-Americans.
Millions of illegals will qualify for work permits and be able to take more visible, better-paying jobs. Native born Americans will face more competition for positions paying significantly above the federal minimum. For example, those paying between the averages for the hospitality and construction industries—$17 and $25 per hour, respectively. 
Exacerbating racial tensions among highly skilled professionals, elite universities, reflecting years of pressure from the Department of Education, divide admissions along informal racial quotas, and that disadvantages white applicants.
A group called Students for Fair Admissions has brought suit in federal court against Harvard and the University of North Carolina charging that the practice discriminates against Asians, who tend to be the best academically qualified racial group.
If they prevail, and given the inclinations of the administration to pressure schools to admit African-Americans and Hispanics, even more white applicants would be squeezed out of top universities their antecedents founded and endowed.

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Obama on Ferguson: The Problem Is the Justice System, Not Violent Criminals


Americans are losing patience with baloney in high places.
The grand jury in Clayton, Missouri, has spoken: Officer Darren Wilson was justified in shooting Michael Brown and there is no probable cause to indict. Fortunately for those nine whites and three blacks, their identities need never be known. They made a brave decision.
Prosecutor Robert McCulloch made a detailed statement of the evidence presented to the grand jury and promised to make it all public, but needless to say, no one was interested in evidence. In Ferguson, looters set fire to a whole block of businesses on West Florissant Avenue, and looted and burned dozens of other businesses. They burned the vehicles at an auto dealer. Police counted more than 150 gunshots during the night, and firemen were afraid to fight fires. There was protest in Manhattan, and looting in Chicago and Oakland.
Black “leaders” said the usual foolish things. Marcia Fudge, Democrat from Ohio and chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, says the grand jury decision “seems to underscore an unwritten rule that Black lives hold no value; that you may kill Black men in this country without consequences or repercussions.”
Al Sharpton said the justice system is “deeply flawed” and “very suspect.” What else is new?
It is far more interesting that Barrack Obama felt compelled to make an unusual evening statement to the press. What he said—after all, he is President of the United States—is actually more outrageous than the Fudge nonsense about how blacks can be killed with impunity.
Mr. Obama spoke for nearly 10 minutes, and spent about seven of them blaming the police. He said protesters have “legitimate issues of how communities and law enforcement interact,” and called anger over the refusal to indict “an understandable reaction.” He explained that Ferguson is an example of the “broader challenges that we still face as a nation.” He said he has “instructed Attorney General Holder to work with cities across the country . . . to train law enforcement so it conducts itself in a way that is fair to everybody.”
“This is not just an issue for Ferguson, this is an issue for America,” he explained, adding that the country can look forward to “tackling much-needed criminal justice reform.” “America isn’t everything that it could be,” he said sorrowfully, but “we can make progress not just in Ferguson but in a lot of communities and cities around the country.”
In other words, his friend Al Sharpton is right. The American justice system is deeply flawed.
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