Vox Day’s Crappy Boomer Generational Test

Vox Day is an intelligent individual, and, like a Vegan, he’ll let you know he’s a smart guy within 10 seconds of opening his mouth, and he holds in contempt the Boomer generation.

Day’s contempt of the Boomer generation does have some legitimacy, though I think it’s presuppositional base is built on sand, as is the lumping in of any and all who allegedly fall within the parameter of years which Boomers emanate from as a mass of individuals.

Day posted A generational test, the other day, for Boomers, which, I surmise, is supposed to clear up Boomers’ alleged confusion as to why they are, at least in Vox Day’s oh so intelligent mind, held in such low esteem. Though Day did have to post a Dear Boomer letter to further clarify his position, I guess. Let’s look at the questions which allege to clear up as to why, exactly, Boomers are such wreckers of Western civilization and confused about their being held in contempt by Day.

  1. On average, how many days per year did you see your grandparents as a child?
  2. How many days per year do you see your grandchildren?
  3. What did you inherit from your father and grandfather?
  4. In real terms, do you expect to leave more to each and every child and grandchild than you received, or less.

I am uncertain how the above questions, and their specific individual answers, are able to definitively explain to Boomers their failings, but that may be just because I was born in 1960, and thus fall into Day’s Boomer generational contempt box, though Day may concede that I could very well be an outlier.

But in regards to Day’s crappy Boomer generational test questions, I find that questions 1. and 2. are meaningless, as the frequency of grandchild/grandparent interaction is not a meaningful measuring stick. Perhaps the questions would be more relevant if they were geared towards asking individuals, parents, how much time they spend with their children, and if they are a traditional mom and dad type family raising their children in a home where faith in God and following the teachings of Jesus Christ is not only respected, but encouraged.

As to Day’s questions 3. and 4., I find these questions merely worldly, in the Christian sense that it is not worldly possessions that individuals are encouraged to accumulate and pass down, but rather spiritual. I think the most valuable possession that was passed on to myself, via my Dad, via his grandfather, and via his grandfather, et al, is the Christian faith. An eternal treasure, rather than dust and ashes.

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Chasing Mayflies and Trout in Photos

The natural mayfly.

The imitation.

The cast.

The fooled Brown.

Looey the Rod Guard.

Drying waders. .

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Closed Mindedness Can Be Virtuous

“An open mind is really a mark of foolishness, like an open mouth. Mouths and minds were made to shut; they were made to open only in order to shut.” (Illustrated London News October 10, 1908)

“The object of opening the mind, as of opening the mouth, is to shut it again on something solid.” (Autobiography)

G.K. Chesterton

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Ivermectin Discoverers Won the Nobel Prize and It Beats COVID-19

Did you know that the discoverers of Ivermectin, which I’ve mentioned here on a number of occasions, and which I dose myself with as a prophylactic measure against contracting COVID-19 the Chinese batflu, won a Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2015? I just found this out myself.

Ivermectin, Drug for Parasitic Diseases Developed by Nobel Prize Winners, Could Also Control Malaria

Not only is Ivermectin Nobel Prize worthy for its ability to prevent parasitic diseases. It can prevent your contracting COVID-19 the Chinese batflu (go read some of the previous posts here on Ivermectin’s effectiveness – don’t just take my word for it).

If you want to read something one could almost equate to a miraculous occurrence in regards to the discovery of Ivermectin, click that link. A short excerpt:

“What do penicillin, aspirin and ivermectin have in common? Apart from the fact that they rhyme, all three belong to a very select group of drugs that can claim to have had the greatest beneficial impact on the health and well-being of humanity.”…

Because of its impact, safety and versatility, ivermectin has earned the title of “wonder drug” among public health specialists. Treating entire communities with the drug could represent a safe and effective means of “hitting several birds with one stone”;

Be a free man, and free your mind from the evils being inflicted on you by governments, so-called medical experts, and the fear mongering media in regards to COVID-19 the Chinese batflu.

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Jab Yourself to Death with the COVID-19 Vaccines

If you’ve received a COVID-19 vaccine, voluntarily, I am not only perplexed by this, but am disturbed that any individual would. This Chinese batflu has a survival rate of over 99 percent.

I leave these two links for individuals who still have minds to think for themselves. Free men with free minds do not succumb to psyops and fear mongering.

First, a letter signed by 57 top scientists and doctors, demanding an immediate end to the vaccine frenzy.

57 Top Scientists And Doctors Release Shocking Study On COVID Vaccines And Demand Immediate Stop to ALL Vaccinations

Second, a paper evaluating the actual problems with these so-called vaccines.

Expert evaluation on adverse effects of the Pfizer-COVID-19 vaccination

The first paragraph of the conclusionary statement of the linked paper:

Both data bodies (Tables 1 and 2 from the Ministry of Health and the data from Dagan et al in Figure 2) were initially presented as evidence favouring vaccination. However, straightforward analyses of these data highlight adverse effects. They confirm suspicions that vaccination fragilizes the immune system of the vaccinated, not only during the vaccination process, but even after full vaccination (in Table 1, the fully vaccinated die 15 times more than the unvaccinated). The raw data on which the Dagan et al publication from Clalit is based are unavailable. These data are required for transparent independent assessment of conclusions of a publication with such consequences. Current circumstances do not live up, even from far, to this basic standard requirement.

Don’t just take my word for it, read them both yourself.

Hattip: Vox Day

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Ivermectin Efficacy Is Not Anecdotal In Defeating Covid-19

first mentioned Ivermection back on December 19, 2020 and noted that one could DIY protect themselves from COVID-19 the Chinese batflu by utilizing Ivermection purchased over-the-counter at their local Tractor & Supply store. Ivermectin’s efficacy, of course, was hidden from the public by not only the mainstream media, but more insidiously and evilly by the CDC, NIH, and WHO.

This peer reviewed Ivermection study, which you should peruse for your own knowledge, lays it all out. Not only is Ivermection effective, like HCQ, in treating COVID-19 the Chinese batflu, it is prophylactically effective in preventing individuals from contracting COVID-19 the Chinese batflu. The conclusion from the linked paper.

Conclusions:

Meta-analyses based on 18 randomized controlled treatment trials of ivermectin in COVID-19 have found large, statistically significant reductions in mortality, time to clinical recovery, and time to viral clearance. Furthermore, results from numerous controlled prophylaxis trials report significantly reduced risks of contracting COVID-19 with the regular use of ivermectin. Finally, the many examples of ivermectin distribution campaigns leading to rapid population-wide decreases in morbidity and mortality indicate that an oral agent effective in all phases of COVID-19 has been identified.

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Treason Out In The Open

Though Rahm Emmanuel is notorious for bringing the phrase “Never let a good crisis go to waste.,” into the daily parlance known by most Americans, it was Winston Churchill who first uttered the words in the 1940s. Today, never letting a good crisis go to waste is being put into practice with a vengeance against the American people, and it is simply a continuation of Communist practices long lusted after by the Democratic party in America, with the full complicity of the Republican party.

I offer one quote, substituting only one word within it, in support of my contention. It highlights just how insidious of a problem the idea of communism remains in the United States, to this day. The word being substituted is “Communists.” It is replaced with the word “Democrats.”

“They act like a secret battalion of paratroopers…I accept as a fact beyond dispute the devotion of Democrats to their party. But in light of experience I am bound to suggest that devotion so absolute develops in those who are moved by it a power within themselves to make simple truth and plain honesty things of a secondary importance to be sacrificed by a coercive casuistry…It makes conspiracy endemic in such a party, it makes success the sole criterion of methods…The real purpose inherent in the strategy which Democrats everywhere are determined to employ is the organization of catastrophe.”

Harold L. Laski

Ralph de Toledane and Victor Lasky, Seeds of Treason, Funk & Wagnalls Company, New York, 1950, 1., pg. 2

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When Surrounded By Enemies

A soldier surrounded by enemies, if he is to cut his way out, needs to combine a strong desire for living with a strange carelessness about dying. He must not merely cling to life, for then he will be a coward, and will not escape. He must not merely wait for death, for then he will be a suicide, and will not escape. He must seek his life in a spirit of furious indifference to it; he must desire life like water and yet drink death like wine.

G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy, New York: John Lane Company, London: John Lane, The Bodely Head MCMXIV, Copyright, 1908, John Lane Company, VI The Paradoxes of Christianity, pg.171

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