Category Archives: Blogspotting

Who Speaks for Abortion Victims?

Every abortion has two victims, one of whom dies a horrible, cruel death and one who lives and endeavors to forget.

Christina Dunigan tells soul searing true stories about botched “safe and legal” abortions.

How about the shock 15-year-old Tamiia Russell’s mom got when her daughter confessed that she had been brought for an abortion by her abuser’s girlfriend? Tamiia had been so far advanced in her pregnancy that several other Detroit abortion clinics had turned her away — one even offering prenatal vitamins. But the abuser’s sister persisted, the abortion was arranged. And Tamiia hemorrhaged and died. Another dead teenager beneath your notice.

When will it become acceptable to mourn the dead, miracles of God destroyed as a result of Margaret Sanger’s eugenicist project? Abortion is no good for anyone. Real Choice makes that clear to anyone who reads with an open heart and mind. But the psychic and death toll of abortion falls disproportionately on the poor and on city dwellers, especially on blacks.

As I’ve written before, one of three black children is killed in the womb by the abortionist’s blade. The death toll of abortion mills such as Planned Parenthood has decimated the black population in America for forty-five years. When will it become acceptable to state this in public?

I’ve recommended other websites before. I also highly recommend reading as much of Real Choice as you can stand.

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Pity Party: AngryJournalist.com

First, visit angryjournalist.com. Then come back. If you have an emotional feeling, think on it. What is it?

Some call the feeling schadenfreude. Some merely have a tough time wiping the big grin off their faces. Others feel sorry for those poor “journalists” who trained in college to do something that used to be a bottom-of-the-barrel job that guys got after they failed at their first career.

Others may feel inspired to imitate Dana Carvey. Well, I feel inspired to imitate Dana Carvey. Specifically, the Church Lady and her “superior dance.”

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Good times…

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Blogspotting: Stuff White People Like

I probably don’t need to tell you about it. But just take a gander at this article about Difficult Breakups.

Prior to engaging in divorce, most white people train for it by engaging in a series of long term relationships that end very poorly. At some point, you will likely encounter a white person who is in the middle of a difficult breakup with a boyfriend or girlfriend. […]

Once breakup proceedings have been initiated, a white person is immediately thrust into the center of attention in their circle of friends. During this time, they are permitted to talk at great lengths about themselves, listen to The Smiths, and get free dinners from friends who think “they shouldn’t be alone right now.”

It is imperative that you do not attempt to kick them out of their misery by saying things like “get over it,” “there are other people out there,” or “I don’t want to read your poem.”

SWPL is a very funny satirical site about yuppies, buppies, professors, artistic types, musicians, urban hipsters and all their ridiculous obsessions. Some other amusing topics include: Coffee; Barack Obama; Bottled Water; Asian Girls; and Multilingual Children.

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Blogspotting: Skarbutts

Skarbutts is in no way a new discovery for me. I’ve been enjoying this infrequently updated WordPress blog, which uses the same WordPress theme I use, for about a year. Skarbutts’ theme is fascism of all stripes, with a focus on the fascist vision of H. G. Wells and other Progressives of the same era. He is not in favor of fascism.

Skarbutts’ central insight, which must be understood in order to comprehend the rest, descends from the First Reich (Roman Empire).

Although the term fascist has been distorted, once one understands the concept of the fasces the term becomes less murky and the false dichotomy between other forms of collectivism is exposed. Long before Mussolini espoused fascism the Roman Empire existed as a fascist state and the term fascist itself originated from the fasces which were the ancient Roman symbol representing the power of the state. The fasces were comprised of many rods which were bundled around an axe and bound by cords. The rods and axe together symbolized many diverse groups united and bound to a supreme authority as one. This symbol was revived to represent the Fascist Party during the twentieth century.

Unity by itself is not fascism but becomes so when control is placed under a centralized authoritarian which determines to purge out or suppress all nonconformity and resistance. Like the rods of the fasces, fascism today also consists of many social groups and organizations which unite as one in seeking the establishment of a universal authoritarian to empower their agendas and suppress their opponents. These global networks of various groups, many in the form of NGOs and PVOs, represent almost innumerable causes such as environmental, humanitarian, animal rights, civil rights, and gay rights just to name a few. By disguising themselves in a cause that evokes sympathy, and by consolidating forces, they infect the body politic to establish an authoritarian rule which will sympathize with and empower their cause. The fasces as a symbol may or may not have out lived its usefulness, but as a concept it is ever present. (Ideo-fascism)

Excellence aside, the main reason I am reviewing Skarbutts today is because right now his indexing is all screwed up and it’s hard to find what you’re looking for on it. I hope I can add something for those who want to have one place to use to access all his essays. Without further ado, in chronological order they are:

  • Cogitations 10.11.06
    Seeds for thought.
  • Super Power Stupor Power 10.11.06
    Is it a blessing or a curse to be the world’s only super power?
  • State Sponsors of State Sponsors of Terrorism 10.11.06
    Key quote: “today both Russia and China continue to support and arm terrorist states.” Seeing terrorism as a proxy conflict between communist nations and democratic states.
  • A Union of Fascist 10.11.06
    “Fascism quite simply put is a form of collectivism comprised of two principles, one rules as a supreme totalitarian and the other is its mass of subordinates which serve. Together they form one body united in a common cause. Relative to the entity’s perceived power, the tendency is to either assimilate, subjugate, or destroy all which are deemed foreign.”
  • The War for the World 10.11.06
    The post-WWII, fascist struggle to use NGOs and tax-exempt organizations to overthrow national governments and create a world government with an elitist ruling class.
  • The Seed of Fascism 10.11.06
    “National Socialism is Marxism made workable” – Adolph Hitler, 1937. The Tower of Babel and the many faces and forms of fascism.
  • Ideo-fascism: The Fourth Reich 10.12.06
    The fascism of transnational progressivism and the one-world-government movement.
  • The Open Conspiracy Revealed 10.12.06
    H. G. Wells’ books The Open Conspiracy: Blue Prints for a World Revolution and The New World Order are the play-books for transnational progressivism and the one-world-government movement. This essay is about the current state of the world.
  • The Progressive Wellsian State 10.20.06
    Back before the term was tarnished by association with Hitler, many people were proud to be called fascists. One of them was H. G. Wells, “referred to himself as a “liberal fascist” and put forward a theory of revolutionary praxis centered around a concept he described as “liberal fascism.”
  • Sophisticated Savages 11.25.06
    Subtitled “Neo-Tribalism, The Third Wave, and The New World Order,” this essay describes the tactics (The Third Way, Communitarianism, and the sabotage of the Westphalian Nation State) that will be used to implement the New World Order and the One World Government.
  • Anti-Semitism and Collectivism 1.1.07
    Leftists are anti-Semites, not because of their leftism, but because of their collectivist mindset.
  • The Final Tower 2.10.07
    Philosophical foundations of the transnational progressive movement to impose a collectivist One World Government.
  • Synthesis of the Nations: Israel Alone 4.3.07
    Globalization has weakened national borders and boundaries and strengthened the ties between nations. As the road to a global government grows wider there is an increasing desire to punish and dissolve those nations, like Israel, that desire to retain their own unique identity.
  • A World off Axis 5.14.07
    Summing up: Global economic and governmental interdependence is at the mercy of the most ruthless of states, as the incentive is to appease the most aggressive states and give in to even their unreasonable demands.
  • Globalization Destabilization 5.26.07
    Is the increase of Islamic terrorism a reaction to increased globalization? Are other tensions between nations related to the current-day demand for international consensus before action and against unilateral actions for national self-interest?
  • Faith Against Faith 6.22.07
    The moral and intellectual weakness of dogmatic atheism.

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Blogspotting: Quid Nimis

A modern-day Dorothy Parker, except not so naive and not a communist tool like the original one. Rather the opposite. When she writes about important stuff it’s biting but never unpleasantly so. When she writes about unimportant stuff hilarity ensues, to coin a phrase.

It seems that two women who enrolled at Mount Holyoke have self-identified as members of the transgendered/transexual/genderqueer community, whatever that means, and have undergone “sexual reassignment surgery.” In layman’s woman’s person’s terms, the gals weren’t ever really gals, although they may have been sort of mostly gals by the looks of them but they always liked other gals and wanted to chop wood so they got into a women’s college whose stated mission is to support identity exploration, and then got penises attached and didn’t get thrown out of said college in part because the Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/ Transgendered/Transexual/Genderqueer/Questioning/Supportive Community managed to successfully and quietly change the student government constitution to “gender neutral” and the school doesn’t have an explicit policy (because that would cost alumnae bucks) and the school also has coed bathrooms (something I rather resented when I went there).

So, there you go. Mount Holyoke isn’t a “women’s college.” It’s a “gender grab bag” college. At this point, discriminating against non-heterosexual males, i.e., transgender/transexual/genderqueer/questioning persons who happen to be in possession of a penis would be against the mission of the school. Hey, if guys want to become gals, what better place to do it than at Mount Holyoke?

Get thee hence and drink up.

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Blogspotting: A Day in the Life of an Ambulance Driver

This blog is a remarkably clear-eyed, gracious, and courageous look at the very end of ordinary human lives from the viewpoint of the men who come to pick up the pieces.

When I read an extract from this blog on The Belmont Club, my eyes grew misty and I thought intellectually about the end of life and what it means. When I clicked through and read the whole entry I teared up, then wept, then sobbed. And then I laughed, but not in relief. It didn’t let up. The cycle continued. What I did may be cliched, but it is not false. That is what amazingly talented storytellers and writers do with their words when they tell the right story. The characters in these autobiographical short-short-stories have first names, or they have titles like Pardner, Part-Time Temporary Partner, Trooper, and the girl with the prom dress. But they are no less real, no less true, for that. The writer, who calls himself Ambulance Driver, is so technically proficient, his style so natural and unaffected, and he is so sure of his subject matter that the reader is immediately drawn into the stories, even the short ones. He is ready to be widely published in hardback and I expect his books to be best-sellers.

Read the comments. The Ambulance Driver’s stories are so good, so powerful, that the comments draw personal stories out of readers of his site of the ends of other lives, their relatives, friends, some strangers. Some of the comments are as powerful and affecting as the stories they respond to.

I added him to my blogroll under Moral Clarity. I expect many others will add him to theirs as well.

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Blogspotting: Dissecting Leftism

John Jay Ray is a brilliant thinker and clear writer with a lot of free time on his hands, an ex-leftist sage who writes at Dissecting Leftism and a passel of other sites. Don’t miss his omnibus article on The Motivations of Political Leftists. Leftists will hate him because he has their number.

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