From Paul Joseph Watson
“Yeah, it’s so unfair that Billy there is making 3M Euros and I am only making 2. So unfair. Inequality. It must be because I am Black. I’ll take a knee in protest. It is so un-diverse, so unequal…so non inclusive.”
Y’know society is in real danger of collapse when an underlying principal of the new generation is to admire and support domestic terrorist organizations such as BLM and ANTIFA.
Sports, like everything else these days, has become politicized. Take a knee if you want to but I do not have to watch you. The beauty of TV is that I can turn it off or change the channel. And I will.
Owners shall do so in peril. The new mantra of sports? Fuck the Fans.
If you want to get back to some normalization of society ditch social media. It is destroying society, especially our children, who will soon be the leaders of tomorrow…thankfully I will be dead.
Also, our governments should get out of the United Nations…no longer united but a divisive organization that wants One World Government with them in charge. They will do anything to accomplish this through fear. Covid pandemic and climate change apocalypses are their primary tools to implement this.
(National Post) Since the advent of the COVID pandemic, Mark Carney, former head of the Bank of Canada, England and other things, has been front and centre in the promotion of a political agenda known as the “Great Reset,” or the “Green New Deal,” or “Building Back Better.” All are predicated on the claim that COVID, and its disruption of the global economy, provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity not just to regulate climate, but to frame a more fair, more diverse, more inclusive, more safe and more woke world.
(Me) Code for…Communism. Only this time it will be different…so they say.
It is never different.
If it moves tax it. More evidence of the move to One World Governance: Global Taxation, which the G7 agreed to this past week at a rate of 15%
Wait for the every breath you take tax. It is coming.
Love this song. Alvin Lees and 10 Years After. Hate modern music as it has no soul.
Such innocence. Imagine? A biker at a candy store??
I had a real crush on the blonde when I was 14. She was 16.