July 29, 2020

Smirnoff Says Mask Rule is Sovietesque

Timothy Birdnow

Anyone remember Yakof Smirnov? He was the Russian comedian who immigrated to America from the old Soviet Union and has been a stalwart champion of all things American ever since.

Well, Smirnoff lives in Branson, Mo. and he is not happy with plans to force people to wear Covid masks.

From the article:

Smirnoff, who operates a successful theater in Branson, told the Board of Aldermen Tuesday night that the mask ordinance would make his adopted home more like his native land, Russia, the Springfield News-Leader reported.

"I’m hoping that you can make this an island of freedom and choice in the sea of hatred and fear,” Smirnoff said, drawing applause from many in the crowd.

Nevertheless, the board voted 4-1 to approve the ordinance, which requires face coverings for people ages 13 and older, with some exceptions.

He is more explicit and you can read it here

Here is a man who knows what tyranny looks like. We would do well to listen to him.

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Arguing with Idiots Covid Edition II

Timothy Birdnow

My argument with a COVID Alarmist continues:

Peter says:

Sweden has had 1,100% more deaths than next door Norway, and statistics are an only one useful basis for for assessment.

https://www.businessinsider.com/sweden-coronavirus-cases-deaths-fall-not-mean-lockdown-plan-worked-2020-7

I reply:

That is very sneaky of you Peter LeMay; Sweden's death toll is below many other European countries. You use Norway because you need a group that makes it look like Sweden is terrible. Well, how about comparing Sweden to Britain? Or Norway to Britain, for that matter? The fact is Sweden has a lot of immigrants and a lot of people who were overseas - and one of the main spots they went to last year was Italy.Sweden also has a high number of people in nursing homes and an aging population. Despite all that they are now down to near zero death rate. Why? And as for "don't hail it as a success" methinks they doth protest too much.But again, the point is Sweden has had no higher rates than most of the rest of Europe and they didn't destroy their national economy or freeze civil liberties to do it. And now we see a drop to near zero deaths - something the rest of Europe is nowhere near achieving. Granted, Sweden is going to still have some for a while since their national borders are quite porous and a lot of immigrants will probably catch it. But so what? They won't be any worse off. That Business Insider article made a lot of noise but it never really laid a glove on the actaul strategy (which it tried mightily to do).

Oh, it should be pointed that July 29 saw https:// www.worldometers .info/ coronavirus/ ?utm_campaign=ho meAdvegas1%3F%2 2fifty seven new cases and one death in neighboring Denmark, four new cases in Iceland, ten new cases in Finland, sixteen new cases in Lithuania, four in Estonia and Latvia each,and much higher new numbers in the rest of Europe, including 512 in Poland with 12 deaths, 173 with 3 deaths in Austria, 193 cases with 1 death in Switzerland, 247 cases and 2 deaths in the Netherlands, and NONE in Sweden!

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No Fans Left Against Blackpeasement

Timothy Birdnow

Sign the petition for No Fans Left to make your voice heard over NFL and NBA Blackpeasement.

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Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it

This from Joe Bastardi

What I saw in the testimony by AG Barr yesterday boggled my mind. Never have I thought I would see such a thing in the US, Its like the old Communist purge trials. Not allowing the "defendant" to answer, the isolating demonizing and destroying a man that was confirmed with no problem, Read this and ask yourself, even if you are on the left if this is not exactly what you saw yesterday:

The Rules
"Power is not only what you have but what the enemy thinks you have. Power is derived from 2 main sources – money and people.
'Have-Nots' must build power from flesh and blood."
"Never go outside the expertise of your people."
"Whenever possible go outside the expertise of the enemy."
"Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules."
"Ridicule is man's most potent weapon. There is no defense. It’s irrational. It’s infuriating. It also works as a key pressure point to force the enemy into concessions."
"A good tactic is one your people enjoy."
"A tactic that drags on too long becomes a drag."
"Keep the pressure on."
"The threat is usually more terrifying than the thing itself. Imagination and ego can dream up many more consequences than any activist."
"The major premise for tactics is the development of operations that will maintain a constant pressure upon the opposition."
"If you push a negative hard and deep enough it will break through into its counterside. Violence from the other side can win the public to your side because the public sympathizes with the underdog."
"The price of a successful attack is a constructive alternative."
"Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it. Cut off the support network and isolate the target from sympathy. Go after people and not institutions; people hurt faster than institutions." When Jim Jordan said he wanted Barr to answer , Nadler said what he wanted was irrelevant. So the guy is not allowed to defend himself and again look at where these tactics come from. The obvious strategy is to a) deter him so much, he does not put out the report that would expose what happened ( half the country doesn't know anyway, cause they watch outlets that won't report it) and b) make it so it was a political witch hunt at the behest of the Evil Donald Trump. Which many are more than willing to believe sight unseen, But contrast what you saw from the Marxist tactics on display from Jim Jordan. Times, dates, exact quotes, exact references to the law. Laid out in 5 minutes what many of us that have been watching this know. FACTS, DIRECT QUOTES. DIRECT EVIDENCE vs a display I never thought was possible in this country, and a taste of things to come, If they can do it to the AG, then what chance would the average person have to defend themselves. God help us ( that is our only refuge)

I read Rules for Radicals when I was in HS. I read the communist manifesto, I read Mein Kampf ( torture btw) I read the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, I read 1984 and Animal House. Its hard to believe the unholy intersection of all those books are swirling into the perfect storm of destruction of life liberty and the pursuit of happiness

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Vote Heist

Timothy Birdnow

It's going to be a wholesale heist that makes the Lufthansa heist seem like a kid stealing dime candy.

These Recent Cases Prove Vote Fraud is a Serious Problem

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We Can't Stop Living to Prevent Dying - or Can We?"

This from Roy Spencer:

My daughter Christine Spencer-Aycock is in the situation described in this Politico article: she and her husband both work, and their two boys need to be either in school or in childcare. School reopening in their Florida district has been delayed for at least a few weeks, with in-class instruction still uncertain. Parents are reluctant to let kids play together, and the government is not following through on how those taxes should be spent in state-supported childcare facilities, which have been closed due to COVID. Kids are bouncing off the walls at home while two parents are trying to do their jobs AND attend to young, energetic children. Meanwhile the children's learning has been put on hold, jeopardizing society's future progress. The current situation is unsustainable.... those who pay taxes are now barely able to keep the current system on life support. The country must be allowed to get back to work (and school). As my daughter phrased it, "we can't stop living to prevent dying".

How the Child Care Crisis Will Distort the Economy for a Generation

A word from Tim:

No doubt they are setting up for free government child care. They won't reopen the schools but they'll demand free preschool. The Left never sleeps and always tries to make lemonade from whatever sour fruit their policies produce.


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The Roots of Black Radicalism

This from E. Calvin Beisner:

Black lives matter. Absolutely. I would never say otherwise.

But Black Lives Matter, the organization, is another matter. As are many other organizations fomenting the riots and revolutionary actions currently tearing apart America's cities and wreaking havoc on their residents, including the very people such organizations claim to want to elevate.

Sadly, many caught up in the movement would be horrified to learn of what the organizations backing it are really after.

William Walter Kay has been studying such movements for years. He's recently published three papers on some of them, the first of which is linked here, the second and third in the comments immediately below. They're worth reading.

Part I
Part II
Part III

A word from Tim:

While this is brilliant as is everything from our old friend William Kay, I do disagree with his opening:

"Racists presume the Black Movement must be the puppet of some non-Black eminence. Ignoramuses blame Black Movement activism on foreign powers or on diablos like Antifa or Soros. No, the Black Movement is as American as baseball. A more fruitful hypothesis might be that the Black Movement seems to be perfecting, and profiting from, the incitement of riots."

I disagree, and in fact I think William does likewise; he points out that this movement (or movements) is ultimately well funded by progressive corporations and foundations, which means it IS ultimately a product of the plutocracy. You can argue it is grass roots - and in some ways it is - but in the end it wouldn't exist without the real profits coming from the uber wealthy who are giving it succour. It would be a minor fringe - and a lot of the people currently involved would never have joined had it not been for bandwagoning.

That's how you astroturf a movement. It's always a matter of following the money.

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Black Lives Antifa Matters (BLAM) Launch Mortar Attacks

Timothy Birdnow

And nothing from the gun control people. Their silence is deafening!

Antifa Rioters Fire Mortars at Seattle Police Stations, Smash Windows at Amazon, Starbucks, Walgreens

Notice the police tried to downplay this as "mortar style fireworks" to make it seem these people are not using military grade weapons.

If they would admit that then a military grade response is in order.

Never heard of "mortar fireworks" are they like a "white Hispanic"?

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1619 Project Admits Fatal Flaw

Timothy Birdnow

The New York Times has admitted a major flaw in the 1619 Project and has altered two words - and demolished the basic thesis entirely!

From the Federalist:

In a tweet Hannah-Jones says that sometimes journalists (note she did not say historians) trying to "summarize” and "streamline” can lose important context. So what was the context lost here? In the original she said that maintaining slavery was a primary motivation of colonists in revolting against England. That was one of the most bashed claims in the whole project. Now it reads, that it was a primary motivation for "some of” the colonists.

The clarification is small — just two words –but important. We add tht slavery was one of the primary motivations for "some of" the colonists to declare independence. As written, it appears that I am saying this was a universal motivation of ALL colonists. I wasn't clear enough

— Ida Bae Wells (@nhannahjones) March 12, 2020

It is hard to overstate just how massively this correction undermines the entire project. The purpose of this historian-free history of America was to refocus the American story by centering it on slavery. The idea was that 1619, the year the first chattel slaves arrived is the date of America’s founding, not the traditional 1776 with the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

This re-dating of the founding of the United States only makes sense if we accept an ahistorical claim that slavery was a major reason colonists split with England. That is exactly why Hannah-Jones made the claim. It is also why the Times has dragged its feet while a deluge of virtual failed peer reviews poured in from actual historians.

Undermines indeed!  Slavery was always seen as something a bit unsavory at best and nobody was proud of it. As Robert E. Lee said of the "peculiar institution" it was rather like holding a wolf by the ears; you didn't like it but were afraid to let go. Once established the slave economy was hard to shed, because 1.non-slave farms couldn't compete with free labor 2.slave labor made farming less productive, forcing the slave master to double down on his slaveholdings to make out 3.slaves were a sizable investment - up to a hundred thousand dollars in antebellum money - and a slaveholder could ill afford to lose so much capital. In fact, the big sticking point in ending slavery in the U.S. was this very thing; slaveholders wnated compensation and abolitionists wanted to punish them so refused any compensation. Plans were floated that suggested fifty cents on the dollar but the abolitionists were having none of it; they argued it was the South who committed the evil and they should pay for it all.

But that's not how it was done in the United Kingdom (BTW slavery didn't end in all the empire until well into the 19th century); they phased it out, with slaveholders being compensated, and with a number of reforms (such as educating the slaves, paying them while in bondage, and allowing them to purchase their own freedom.) In the end the Americans just ended it by fiat (and victory in war) and no provisions were made for either the slaves themselves nor the masters who lost huge amounts of money.

So what do you do when you are a slave and someone tells you you're free? You have no education, no experience outside of the grunt work of the plantation, no experience with initiative or work ethic (why would you?), no place to go and no hope of getting a job since lots of white people were coming home and taking what jobs were available. You either stay on the plantation as a hand, living exactly as you did before, or you turn to crime.

Which was the genesis of the Ku Klux Klan. It was originally a crime-stopping organization. The Union wasn't allowing Southerners to police their own territory, and the military refused to act as a way to punish the white Southerners. So the Southernors formed a militia, and wore hoods to hide their identitites from the Army. But it was often directed against freed blacks, who had little choice but steal to survive.

It morphed into a racial supremacist organization later.

At any rate, America was hardly the last country to ban slavery; the Dutch and the Spanish kept the institution going after America banned it. Nor were we the first to institute it.

In fact, Native Americans generally kept slaves and that was why a number of Indian tribes allied with the Confederacy; it was no big deal  to them.

Slavery still exists in Africa and Asia, I might add.

The 1619 Project was always a lie designed to brainwash the young. It is evil.

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July 27, 2020

Green Guile

Timothy Birdnow

Here is a dandy article at CFACT which demolishes the lies told by the Gang Green.

From the article:

Perhaps the most famous example of green propaganda has been the persistent claim that 97% of climate scientists agree that man-made climate change endangers the planet. Studies sporting the 97% figure were debunked in 2014.In one such study, four independent reviewers found that only 0.3 percent of 11,994 abstracts cited actually stated that human activity is the primary cause of global warming.

But forget about a measly 97%! In November 2019, the green propaganda machine upped the ante. Now, they claimed, there is 100% scientific consensus that humans are the main drivers of climate change. 100 percent?!? What about the "350 [peer-reviewed] papers published since 2017 [that] subvert the claim that post-1850s warming has been unusual” and dozens of additional articles in 2019 found "that there’s nothing alarming or catastrophic about our climate”?

Another commonplace tactic of green propaganda has been simply to fudge actual temperature records. Environmentalist and computer model expert Tony Heller has documented many of those shenanigans in a series of eye-opening videos. (Here is another link. And another.) Interestingly, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the official keeper of temperature records for the United States was, according to The Wall Street Journal, explicitly exempted from the Data Quality Act – the federal law that requires sound science in policymaking.

Another fertile field for green propaganda shenanigans is the "peer review” process. First , many scientists believe that the peer review process itself is broken. Some describe it as "a form of censorship” – a gate-keeper to keep out dissenters. Others assert, "peer review is known to engender bias, incompetence

[...]

A common propaganda technique is to tell only one side of the story. Thus, green propaganda hyped the record-warm temperature of 64.94 degrees F. (18.3 C.) in Antarctica in February this year. While hyping a record summertime high in the southern hemisphere, the green propagandists turned a blind eye to a record wintertime lowin the northern hemisphere that had happened a month earlier – specifically, a temperature reading of minus 86.8 degrees F. (-66C) in Greenland.

Similarly, when the mercury in the Siberian town of Verkhoyansk touched 100 degrees F. on June 20, the green propaganda machine went into overdrive. (That temperature was less than one degree above the previous record highset in 1988.) They failed to mention that such heat north of the Arctic Circle was not unprecedented. The temperature reached 100 degrees F. in Fort Yukon, Alaska way back on June 27, 1915. Oh, by the way, I didn’t see any green reports that the people of Verkhoyansk woke up to snow on the ground on July 5. Wild temperature gyrations are a fact of life there due to peculiar topography and other natural factors.

Did you catch the BBC report about the Antarctic glacier Thwaites melting rapidly? That’s true, but the report failed to mention that active volcanoes beneath the glacier are causing the melting. Banning SUVs will not keep Thwaites from melting.

Last September, 250 news organizations around the world openly proclaimed a coordinated campaign to convince their readers and viewers of the urgent need for political action to address catastrophic climate change at the UN’s climate summit that month. Any pretense of journalistic impartiality was explicitly disavowed. The media outlets openly and proudly announced themselves as advocates (propagandists) for their favored viewpoint. Variety magazine even featured an articleentitled, "Is Hollywood Doing Enough to Fight the Climate Crisis,” as if the entertainment industry should be in the vanguard of public brainwashing.

Meanwhile, some green zealots are insisting that the green propaganda aimed at children here and abroad over the last few decades needs to be ramped up. One British greenie wrote, "Teachers…will have to help young people critique and rethink…deeply ingrained assumptions, attitudes and expectations that run throughout history, and now endanger much of life on Earth.”

This is a great article; read it all!

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Burning Question

Timothy Birdnow

Kamala Harris: We Need Answers to Why These Federal Agents are Being Deployed

Boy, that's a burning question that nobody needs to ask! Why do we enforce laws? Why even have them if we don't enforce them? I wonder how Senator Backstroke would like it if we stopped enforcing laws more pleasing to her? Maybe stopped enforcing laws against firebombing abortion clinics, or stopped enforcing sexual harassment law?

I fear the only burning question involving Kamala Harris involves her genitalia (after her many trysts with Willie Brown.)

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Lockdowns Failed

Timothy Birdnow

Lockdowns failed.

From the article:

"Rapid border closures, full lockdowns, and wide-spread testing were not associated with COVID-19 mortality per million people.”

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Lloyd Marcus RIP.

Timothy Birdnow

Sad news. Conservative writer and occasional contributor to The Aviary Lloyd Marcus - the proudly unhyphenated American -  has passed away at the youthful age of 71.

Jack Kemp, our east coast editor, was fairly friendly with Lloyd, with whom I corresponded on several occasions and posted some of his stuff in older times. He was a wonderful man, and will be sorely missed.

Godspeed Lloyd!

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Saving American History Act of 2020

This from Jennifer M. Vanover:

Saving American History Act of 2020 bill by Senator Tom Cotton (AK-R): To prohibit Federal funds from being made available to teach the 1619 Project curriculum in elementary schools and secondary schools, and for other purposes. Line 7 (3): "An activist movement is now gaining momentum to deny or obfuscate this history by claiming that America was not founded on the ideals of the Declaration but rather on slavery and oppression." Line 12 (4): "This distortion of American history is being taught to children in public school classrooms via the New York Times’ ‘‘1619 Project’’, which claims that ‘‘nearly everything that has truly made America exceptional’’ grew ‘‘out of slavery’."

Per the Democrat-Gazett e, "The entire premise of the New York Times’ factually, historically flawed 1619 Project … is that America is at root, a systemically racist country to the core and irredeemable... .Instead of portraying America as "an irredeemably corrupt, rotten and racist country,” the nation should be viewed "as an imperfect and flawed land, but the greatest and noblest country in the history of mankind,” Cotton said.

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Hanks and Wilson Fly the Coop

Timothy Birdnow

Ever notice how the few liberals who do leave the U.S. (most of them vow to but never do) go to places like France or Greece? They never immigrate to socialist countries, despite their profession of love for them. Why not? Because they don't offer the amenities they enjoy. It's rank hypocrisy.

Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson Become Official Citizens of Greece Prime Minister Announces

They never move to Russia, or any other former Soviet Republic. They don't go to Cuba or Venezuela. They aren't about to move to Zimbabwe or North Korea. No; they go to these lovely European places or to the nicer tropical islands.

At least we are rid of these two stooges, even if temporarily. Buh-bye!

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Sickos

Timothy Birdnow

Hmmm....

3 States Account for 42% of All Covid 19 Deaths in the U.S.  Why?

"Take away NY, NJ & MA then all of USA combined looks like only 176 deaths per million. Basically a nothingburger. Numbers far lower than seasonal flu. So why is it so bad in NY, NJ & MA? Could it be policy related? What did these 3 states have in common? Well, Trump Derangement Syndrome comes to mind.

42 percent of all COVID deaths in the US come from just three states—New Jersey, New York, and Massachusetts. These three states account for nearly 56,000 of the nearly 133,000 deaths in the US, even though they represent just 10 percent of the population. If these three states are excluded, the US suddenly finds itself somewhere in between nations such as Luxembourg (176/1M) and Macedonia (166/1M), where some of the better fatality numbers in Europe are found.”

Hat tip; Cornelius Carroll.

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Baby it's Cold Outside

Timothy Birdnow

Lookie here.

Norway is Suffering its Coldest Summer for Almost 60 Years and Other Facts the MSM aren't Telling You

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U.N. Power Grab

James Doogue

The UN has done such a wonderful job in recent decades, dealing with a range of challenges, we really want them to have more power.


' U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said only one thing is certain in its wake: "a new model of global governance” is coming and the globalist body is doing all it can to hurry its arrival.'

The UN have certainly impressed when dealing with:

- Pandemics;
- Radical Islam;
- Nations becoming or remaining poor and dangerous places to live because they are ruled by authoritarian regimes;
- Sexism in Muslim majority countries;
- Lack of Human Rights and Freedoms in China, Russia, North Korea, Muslim majority countries and many nations accross Africa, Central and South America;
- Child sexual abusers among their ranks;
- Genocides in recent decades;
- Refugees and displaced person;
- China in the South China Sea, Tibet and Hong Kong;
- Taiwan's right to be recognised as a nation;
- Russian invasion of Georgia and Ukraine;

"A new model for global governance must be based on full, inclusive and equal participation in global institutions.

A New Global Deal, based on a fair globalization, on the rights and dignity of every human being, on living in balance with nature, on taking account of the rights of future generations, and on success measured in human rather than economic terms, is the best way to change this."

What I don't understand, is why these socialist UN bureaucrats haven't instituted a more 'equal and inclusive' work environment for themselves.

You could take their current wage bill, divide it by number of UN employees, to calculate an 'average' salary and pay that amount to everyone.

I'm sure Secretary-General Antonio Guterres would agree to the massive pay cut. He could also travel economy as could all UN employees.

Tim adds:

"More power!"?  What are they, Tim Allan?

Global Warming was intended to create this world government, but the internationalis

ts didn't expect the strong resistance they encountered - and had the bad luck of losing the warming period before they nailed it down. So now they are using this pandemic as plan B. But it's been the objective for a lot of people - including a lot of large corporations - for a long time.

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July 26, 2020

NASCAR Goes Woke

This from Burl Queen:

KUDOS To The Fort Worth Police Who Refused NASCAR's Request To Arrest Disabled & Wounded Officers At The Fort Worth, Texas NASCAR Race Even Through The Wounded In Action Officers Were Invited By NASCAR Driver Angela Ruch For A Photo OP With Her Vehicle "The Wounded Blue" Which Has 120 Names Of Fallen Officers Etched On Her NASCAR Vehicle....
At The Same Time NASCAR Has Bent Over Backwards Supporting BLM!

NASCAR Kicks Out Disabled Wounded Police Officers, Threatens with Arrest

Tim adds:

Et tu, NASCAR? The last bastion of conservative rural Americans.

Who is driving this? It's not the fans. There are powerful forces at work here.

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Not An Act of Love

Courtesy of Tim McNabb:

Black Portlander Changes His Mind About Nightly Protests
After He Attends One


"It’s beyond me how they can sit there and say that they’re not causing damage or rioting,” he said. "It’s a riot, and it’s real, and when you are on the front line and you’re looking back into that crowd, it is an angry mob that is built on doing as much destruction as possible.”

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