Sunday, October 30, 2022

What I Ate In A Day

I try to eat some sort of a pesco-Mediterranean diet, so previously I posted about my "fish" day (I mostly eat fish 3 times a week). This is one of my vegetarian days.


Hot water with lemon, honey and curcuma, 1.5% kefir, cooked buckwheat with strawberry jam, knackebrod with olive oil and cheese and fruit (the dark one is a plum)

Lunch: water, cut cucumber, 2 slices of home-baked bread, 1 with hummus, sweet chili sauce, spring onions and white cheese, the other one with butter and apple butter

Normally I also drink a cup of chicory coffee, but that day (last Thursday) I was expecting a visitor so I drank a cup with her, together with a home-baked chocolate muffin.


White long grain rice, ground walnuts, a hard-boiled egg, Brussels sprouts and red lentils puree

The dessert was 1.5% plain yogurt with flax-seeds, sunflower seeds and strawberry jam (I really like it:)

In the evening we drank red-bush tea with muffins. Normally they should be served with a sweet chocolate sauce but I haven't made it so I decided that strawberry jam would do fine instead:)

That was about it.

Friday, October 28, 2022

Read A F****** Book!

 This one from VD is really good:

If you’re intellectually fulfilled by sitting in an office or a classroom, you’re literally retarded.

I mean how often have you heard that housewives/SAHM are intellectually stunted? I remember reading a discussion where a woman said that while being on maternity leave, she missed intellectual discussions  with her colleagues at work. About freaking Harry Potter:)

Elon Musk Buys Twitter

 Fires top executives. I kinda like that guy:)

TECH billionaire Elon Musk has officially taken over Twitter and reportedly fired several top executives after a fraught $44bn deal was finally secured.

The Tesla chief tweeted that "the bird is freed" referencing the company's iconic logo after finally closing the deal following months of legal wrangling.

Tuesday, October 25, 2022

Alex Jones Sentenced To Death

 This is funny:

 "We understand this is a civil suit, but Alex Jones is so uniquely evil we decided pursuing the death penalty in this case was appropriate," said a lawyer representing the plaintiffs. "The jury also ruled that Jones must pay a sum of infinity dollars, which is good because our legal fee was eleventy-trillion-thousand dollars."

Monday, October 24, 2022

Girls Showing Moxie

 A true story.

There was once a girl whose boyfriend was a skateboarder. Once he took her to a skatepark to show off a bit. She being very unreasonable strong and independent, decided in her turn, to demonstrate her own girl power, though she had never stood on a skateboard before (!)

The result: a leg broken in 2 places, several operations, a  rehabilitation route of more than 1 year, lots of pain and probably lame for life. 

Parents, please teach your daughters common sense instead of moxie!

Friday, October 21, 2022

What Should You Do?

 Should we pray for bad people? Or should we pray that they get punished? 

Under "bad people" I don't mean someone one just dislikes, but those objectively bad like pedophiles?

Thursday, October 20, 2022

Feminism In The Church

 Someone gave me a so-called "Christian" mag which among other heresies and blasphemies, had this article about how David was "a rapist". They supposedly had a conversation about it with a Turk, who (correctly) pointed out that David raped no one and said there must be a mistake in the Bible. Of course, there is no mistake in the Bible, it's just a feminist interpretation.

You see, on the one hand, wymyn are strong and independent and kick 8ss, while, on the other hand, they are eternal victims who just go along with anything done to them without so much as trying to protest:

Scripturally, of course, there’s no case to be made that David raped Bathsheba. The Bible has no problem describing rape when rape is actually part of the story, as we can see literally one chapter after Nathan rebukes David. Instead, they have to base the allegation on feminist theories about uneven power dynamics...

It gets pretty absurd applying that kind of reasoning to David. For one thing, it would mean that he was raping all of his wives. He was just as much their king as he was Bathsheba’s and held as much or more power over them. And that means that God explicitly condones rape, for when Nathan is rebuking David, God says “I gave you your master’s house and your master’s wives into your arms.” How much power do you think David’s harem had in the matter?  

Granted, the article isn't an example from an actual sermon, but from "lying media" but the fact that there are those among us who profess the name of Christ and still read and listen to this garbage and absorb it, is troubling in itself.

So to many conservatives, giving credence to the David-raped-Bathsheba nonsense seems tolerable for the sake of an easy “win.” They have a rare opportunity to virtue-signal how they really do care about women despite what those evil liberals say. Too many are therefore willing to be tolerant of something they know isn’t really true. Here’s what conservatives need to drive into their skulls: There is no common ground between the Kingdom of Heaven and the Kingdom of Hell.

 I fully agree with this guy's conclusion. Stop seeking common ground with those who hate you and your religion and want to destroy you. 

...feminist theory is utterly incompatible with Christianity

One couldn't express it any better, imo.

Wednesday, October 19, 2022

Royals Aren't All That Great

 A British historian who wrote a book revealing Lord Mountbatten’s “weakness for underage men” has welcomed the news that a former resident of the Kincora Boy’s Home has waived his anonymity to make allegations of rape and sexual abuse against the earl as part of a civil action lodged in a Belfast court. 

Arthur Smyth, who was at Kincora in the 1970s as a child, alleges that he was abused twice in 1977 by Mountbatten, and that other minors from the home were also abused by the earl. He says that the trauma led him to feel suicidal and that he later tried to end his life, ramming his bike into oncoming traffic.

“I am delighted that Arthur Smyth has gone public,” Andrew Lownie, an author and literary agent who has fought a long-running, costly battle to have full access to Mountbatten’s papers, told The Telegraph.

“It further backs up the claims of the two victims I interviewed who were abused in 1977 and confirms that the claims of paedophilia against Mountbatten in the FBI files can be taken seriously,” he said.

He also said that the Gardai should release the logs of Mountbatten’s movements at the time the abuse was alleged to have taken place.

Mountbatten was a great uncle of Britain’s King Charles, and a high-profile member of the British Royal family. Rumours of paedophilia have followed the earl for decades.

Read the rest over here. 

Monday, October 17, 2022

Liberalism In The Catholic Church

 Our camping is in a heavily Catholic part of the country. A couple weeks ago they had an open air church sermon in the village so we went to watch. The average age of those who attended was 65+ and that of the priest, idem ditto. 

He was telling his audience how he had just visited a special conference for R.K. priests in Italy and how he hoped that "women soon would be allowed to become priests, too!". At that point, we left.

The we went to Rotterdam on some business and decided to take a look at a Serbian Orthodox Church. The building used to be a Catholic church once but it had to be sold because there were not enough parishioners over there. Catholic churches are going empty, I wonder why?

The sermon was well attended, about 200 people. Average age, 30+. Many children. The Catholic women in the village were all dressed in a boomer uniform of baggy pants and had short hair. Ortho ladies, both young and old, many were wearing long dresses and had headcoverings. 

The big mistake of the Catholic Church in the West is to try to go with the flow and telling people what they expect to hear, instead of what God teaches us.  Boomers, men and, especially women, are heavily feminist, but the priest must surely know that the R.K. Church will never allow female clergy, so he is probably just saying it to attract more people, which is quite cynical if you think of it. 

In general, this illustrates the point I have been trying to make. Most Westerners of both sexes accept feminism to the point of religious people denying their own Scriptures and Church teachings in order not to hurt (some) women's feelings. Until the Western man will find his 8888s and say, "no", it just will continue the way it is.

You can blame the media, the certain people etc, but somehow the Easterners who live among us are chiefly immune to this nonsense. So may be, it's time for us to take responsibility for our own mistakes? 

Thursday, October 13, 2022

Should Women Teach In Church?

 I really like his blog:

Very tellingly, however, most would-be female teachers ignore the places where God explicitly instructs women to teach. According to Titus 2, “[Older women] are to teach what is good, and so train the young women to love their husbands and children, to be self-controlled, pure, working at home, kind, and submissive to their own husbands, that the word of God may not be reviled.” You say you are called to teach in the Church? Very well, God has just explicitly assigned you both your students and your curriculum! What greater and more God-pleasing work could you ask for than for what He’s specifically set aside for you to do?

Monday, October 10, 2022

The Gift Which Keeps On Giving

 "Out of control"rise in STD's

It's not women who are to blame:

 Sharply rising cases of some sexually transmitted diseases, including a 26% rise in new syphilis infections reported last year, are prompting US health officials to call for new prevention and treatment efforts...

 Syphilis is a bacterial disease that surfaces as genital sores but can ultimately lead to severe symptoms and death if left untreated. New syphilis infections plummeted in the US starting in the 1940s when antibiotics became widely available. They fell to their lowest ever by 1998, when fewer than 7,000 new cases were reported nationwide. The CDC was so encouraged by the progress it launched a plan to eliminate syphilis in the US.

But, by 2002, cases began rising again, largely among gay and bisexual men, and they kept going. In late 2013, CDC ended its elimination campaign in the face of limited funding and escalating cases, which that year surpassed 17,000.

By 2020, cases had reached nearly 41,700 and they rose even further last year, to more than 52,000.

The rate of cases has been rising, too, hitting about 16 per 100,000 people last year. That’s the highest in three decades.

Rates are highest in men who have sex with men, and among Black and Latinos and Native Americans.

Long live s8x, drugs, and rock-n-roll, I guess...

Friday, October 7, 2022

Who Benefits From Student Loan Forgiveness?

 Here is one example:


 She does worry about inflation just as many of my readers. Well, according to VD (not that I agree with him on everything, mind you!) it won't cause inflation, but rather vice versa:

Most money is debt and it comes from nowhere. It is not printed by the government, it is literally created from nothing when a loan is taken out. This is inflationary. When a loan is cancelled, forgiven, or written off, the debt literally vanishes. This is deflationary, since it reduces the amount of money in the economy.

If the loan is paid off, either by the debtor or by a third party, then no money leaves or enters the system. It is a neutral action. If interest is paid on the loan, this is mildly inflationary but trivial at current interest rates.

I read lots of discussions on this topic, on Gab and otherwise. Those who can't pay their loans are often called freeloaders and worse who don't bother to work and prefer to scrounge off the system. Yet, many of them have been working and paying for years but can't keep up with interest, as this lady mentions in the comments on the vid above:

Been watching my mom struggle to pay her student loans down for 27 years. Been trying to pay mine down for 7. The interest is what gets people. It is an incredibly predatory system.

I'm sorry but does it sound like a normal situation to you? I remember one guy on Gab said that he signed for interest free loans which then were transferred to another company and suddenly he had huge interest. Usury is literally a sin in Christian religion, something many modern Christians seem to have forgotten.

Again, to quote Vox:

Don’t forget the Parable of the Unmerciful Servant either.

Then the master called the servant in. ‘You wicked servant,’ he said, ‘I canceled all that debt of yours because you begged me to. Shouldn’t you have had mercy on your fellow servant just as I had on you?’ In anger his master handed him over to the jailers to be tortured, until he should pay back all he owed.

He is quite passionate on the subject and I will admit it's him who persuaded me it is a good thing, though I don't share his hatred of the Boomers. He is right to attack what he perceives as "conservatives' egoism" though:

All right, I’m exaggerating. We didn’t actually pay for school. Our daddies did. See, that right there, that’s grit, that’s what that is. The Boomers are right. Just stop whining and do what I did. It wasn’t hard at all.

But it’s still unfair! How will WE benefit from a student loan debt jubilee? Why isn’t anyone thinking about ME and MY compensation? I mean, how can I possibly benefit from the housing market not completely collapsing because 45 million of the most educated people in America can’t qualify for a mortgage? What good is it to me if 45 million people suddenly have the ability to save money for the first time in their lives? I mean, it’s not as if savings = investment, or that I is a core component of Gross Domestic Product, right?

 Also check this one:

I find it interesting that many of these Gab users who are so vehemently against government handouts to the poor hardly say anything when it's the banks, big corps or foreign countries who are beneficiaries (though it has been changing lately). They also will decry men like Soros using their money to interfere with politics but will support tax cuts for the super-rich to the death. Where is logic in all that? 

Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Should Christians Practice Polygamy?

 An interesting article. 

In general, I agree with the conclusion: it's morally wrong, but there are always exceptions. As a Protestant, I just keep wondering about one thing. How comes that Catholic countries, such as pre-revolutionary France punished bigamy with death, while prostitution was openly practiced. When you read the Bible, one of these things is always described as a grave moral evil, and it's not polygamy...

Monday, October 3, 2022

Conspiracy Theory Or True?

 What do you think of the stories about otherwise healthy folks dropping dead apparently due to Covid vaxx? I know many people who got vaccinated, some took boosters as well. I've heard about side effects, even serious ones. But, nobody died so far.

So I naturally tend to distrust such info. What about you? Feel free to share!