Wednesday, November 24, 2021

FBI raids homeschooling CRT critic.

Well, it looks like the FBI have fully jumped the shark ladies and gentlemen.

An FBI SWAT team raided the home of an activist mother of four in Colorado on Tuesday, Nov. 16, knocking down her door, bursting into the house with guns and handcuffing her while she was homeschooling her children.

This is the first known case of the federal government making good on its promise to not only intimidate but actually carry out a raid on a mom who was involved in her local school board politics, said Brannon Howse, who interviewed Sherronna Bishop at Lindell TV Wednesday night.

It pays to take government guys at their word. If they say they're going to do something, you should believe them.

The U.S. Department of Justice and Attorney General Merrick Garland issued an Oct. 4 memorandum directing federal, state and local law enforcement to look for parents to prosecute nationwide who may have made "threats" and made "harassing" phone calls to school board members nationwide, equating such parents to domestic terrorists.

Now a mother, Sherronna Bishop of Grand Junction, Colorado, has felt the brute force of the FBI's heavily armed SWAT unit used against her family. 

FBI SWAT team kicked in her door, forcibly took her and the kids into custody and cuffed them at gun point, tossed the place looking for "things", then fucked off without charging her with anything.

Her crime?

Besides being a frequent attendee at her local school board meetings, Bishop has also been active in the voter integrity movement in her state and locality. She runs the website, and on that site she features an article and video under the title We the Parents: How Did We Get Here?

She said she has not been guilty of anything but speaking her mind in accordance with her First Amendment rights.

Yep. She runs a web site critical of the local school board. They sent the SWAT team in and did a dynamic entry raid on a mom and three kids. For. Real.

Looks like all those people that were being made fun of for leaving Colorado in a hurry were more right than they knew.

Science: recruiting Camp Guards

Couple things today remind us that we are now living in 1936 Germany.

This is my favorite right here: Special mask compliance guards at the hockey game. That would be the hockey game at the arena that you have to show proof of vax to get in the door.

You wanted to know where concentration camps get their guards? Now you know. They are regular Normies. Makes me glad to be abnormal, let me tell you.

Scientist can't get a grant to hire an assistant because he won't promise to hire a POC/disabled/indigenous/approved victim group person. He wants somebody who knows what the hell they're doing, and that's racist. The super racist dude is a physicist, Patanjali Kambhampat. Okay?

From actual Germany, there's a news article that really takes the cake. Anyone wishing to be euthanized now has to present proof of vaccination. That's the 2G rule. Rapid test and vax.

Google translated:
Euthanasia and the preparatory examination of the free responsibility of our dying members require human proximity. Human proximity, however, is a prerequisite and breeding ground for coronavirus transmission. From today, the 2G rule applies in our association, supplemented by situation-related measures, such as rapid tests before encounters in closed rooms. Dr. Martin Goßmann, the head of our medical team, is at our side in an advisory capacity in the difficult task of bringing the protection of our members, employees, doctors and physicians into a reasonable balance with the practicable organization of our everyday club life. More details can be found in our Ethical Principles.

Yes, you read that right.
A) There is an official Euthenasia Association of Germany. They have doctors and nurses who will kill you if you ask nicely.
B) They won't kill you unless you've gotten the mad science shot.

Sunday, November 21, 2021

Science: You're pissing off the Normies.

The last couple of days have seen riots with 10,000 people in them in Holland over the latest Covid-19 lockdown. In Rotterdam, two people were shot by police. And I'm not talking about rubber bullets or paintballs here, they fired on the crowd with live ammunition. Two people are seriously wounded, by which I mean maimed for life as the best outcome they can expect.

Yesterday there was another big demonstration in Toronto. I mention this today because of two things.

First, the only place I've seen that news get any play is the Epoch Times and the usual blogs. Not a mainstream outlet. There's a youtube video of the event, which shows that an awful lot of people showed up for this thing. They had speeches, they had a march down Yonge Street, it was a big deal.

Crickets. That's what I hear on CBC/CTV/Global/CityTV/and so forth. Fucking. Crickets.

Here's the Google search for "World Wide Rally Toronto November 20, 2021" done today, 11/21/2021. First page, no stories from Big Media.

Second, looking at the video of the crowd I see nothing but Normies. A sea of soccer-moms and hockey-dads. Hand made signs. No uproar, no cars getting flipped, no broken windows.

Look at all those Normies.
This is a very, very bad sign for the government.

The people attending the rally are all the normal people who never pay any attention to politics. They never pick up a newspaper except to check the sports scores. They don't care about conservative vs. socialist. They're not Woke, and they're not Green. These are the people who normally form the audience that activists play to. They don't demonstrate. Until now.

Now they're pissed.

I've been pissed off about the government and Covid-19 since March 2020, but I'm what you'd call an outlier. A weirdo who pays attention to boring shit on the internet and gets upset about mask mandates etc. The Normies didn't notice at first. They went along, like they always do. That going-along thing is what makes them Normies. They don't get upset. They comply, they adapt, they don't care what's going on in government or society because it doesn't impinge on them. They don't pay attention unless something punches them in the face. Usually it takes two or three times before they actually pay attention.

The government has been punching Normies in the face for a year now. People who have never paid attention in their entire fucking vacuous Normie lives are now paying attention. More than that, they are angry and passively resisting. Pretty soon they will move. And when the Normies move, they will ALL move.

My plans for that time are to be elsewhere. If I get stuck in it I'll find a nice basement to hide in until the Normies work it out of their systems. I've been Cassandra with this shit for 30 years, y'all Normies can suck it. I'll drop by with a broom and a dustpan for cleanup.

That's my opinion today, for what it's worth. That and six bucks will get you a Starbucks. Inflation, baby.

Saturday, November 20, 2021

Dutch police shoot rioters!

Well, well, well. Now we know what it takes for policemen to actually do their jobs and protect a city from arson and rioting.

Two people were being treated in hospital in Rotterdam on Saturday after they were seriously injured when police fired shots during a demonstration against Covid-19 restrictions.

In what the Dutch city's mayor described as an "orgy of violence", crowds of several hundred rioters torched cars, set off fireworks and threw rocks at police during the protests on Friday evening. Police responded with warning shots and water cannon.

Police said on Twitter on Saturday that 51 people had been arrested, about half of whom were under 18.

"Two rioters where wounded when they were hit by bullets. They remain in hospital," police said.

The mayor, Ahmed Aboutaleb, told reporters in the early hours of Saturday morning that "on a number of occasions the police felt it necessary to draw their weapons to defend themselves" as rioters rampaged through the shopping district, starting fires and throwing stones and fireworks at officers.

"They shot at protesters. People were injured," Aboutaleb said.

Yep. They won't fire on rioters UNLESS the riot is about Corona. They could, but they won't. The authorities seem to be promoting riots for anything about race, but they're willing to kill you if it's a riot about taxes, corona lockdowns or the wrong flavor of politics.

You'd think they would learn, having seen this shit before in 1936, but they never seem to. Coming soon to a Canadian lockdown demonstration near you.

Friday, November 19, 2021

Police kill gunsmith in Port Dover.

More information on the shooting last week of a 70 year old man in Port Dover Ontario by Toronto police.

Toronto Police Service said that day at noon — in broad daylight — its officers carried out a search warrant on the property. It's unclear what information they had and how many officers were at the scene, but the service said it was looking for guns. Family said no warrant was left behind. 

Quentin Dixon, Rodger's longtime friend, said officers bearing assault rifles had Jessie at gunpoint while she was unloading groceries from the vehicle.

Some officers were wearing plain clothes while others wore tactical gear, according to family, friends, neighbours and Michael Smitiuch, the family's lawyer, all of whom CBC spoke with this week. 

They say Toronto police brought their own ambulance and paramedics with them when they first arrived, a move Toronto defence lawyer Kim Schofield, who has worked on numerous cases involving the SIU, said was "very unusual." 

Schofield said officers are also usually required to give the family a copy of the search warrant.

"This is craziness," she said upon hearing about the case. 

And as crazy as that shit is, it gets crazier.

Friends and family also say Rodger was with an apparent customer in his workshop when police arrived. They separately shared the same details of what they say occurred. 

"The group of police officers moved over to the shop door entrance and nothing was said ...  within seconds, four gunshots rang out," Dixon said.

Fraser Pringle, Rodger's next door neighbour, said he heard two of those shots.

"I came out here and they were rolling him out on a gurney, threw him in an ambulance and took him," he said.

"His wife was standing on the porch crying."

 They shot the old man FOUR TIMES.

This is a 70 year old fat guy, wheezy and slow-moving from his picture. A guy who regularly works with officers from the OPP, he's got a squeaky clean police record. They needed to shoot him four fucking times with an assult rifle? Two or three wasn't enough? In my experience around rifles, and based on what I've seen in hospitals and in the literature, two rounds of .223 would stop a 6 foot lunatic on PCP. For a really gross example, there's a picture of attempted murderer Gaige Grosskreutz getting shot in the forearm by .223 circulating on the internet. They fired four.

I'd give a lot to know what the cadence of those shots was. Did it go 1234 really fast? Did it go 1/2, 3/4 like two guys double-tapping him? Or was it more like 1, 2, 3, 4 like the time they shot Sammy Yatim in the streetcar?

I've known about this shooting for a few days, previously it was my suspicion that one of the cops had an accidental discharge and the guy died of the gunshot. But this is different. You don't shoot a guy four times by accident. Unless an idiot had his rifle set to full-auto and let off a burst. From what the neighbor said, that seems extremely unlikely. They also brought their own ambulance and paramedics, all the way from Toronto. Is that normal for a warrant service? The article says not. Does ETF normally do warrant services with plainclothes guys? Does Toronto police usually do warrant service in OPP jurisdiction without telling the OPP what they're doing?

Seems sketchy.

So now I am very interested indeed to find out why Metro Toronto Police felt the need to kill this guy, felt the need to get a secret warrant  to go outside their jurisdiction to do it, and why they have concealed said warrant by not leaving a copy with the homeowner, as they are fucking well required to do by law, precedent and common practice.

Let the Rittenhouse Riots begin.

 Kyle Rittenhouse found not guilty of all five charges today by a jury of his peers. 

This despite obvious and I would say heinous prosecutorial misconduct before and during the trial.

Now, since anyone who looked at the video freely available in the internet knew the kid acted in legitimate self defense, the propaganda war will go completely wild. I expect to see pantifa out there burning shit today and all the rest of this week.

Spokescreatures for #BLM were seen on the steps of the courthouse calling down fire and brimstone as soon as the verdict was announced, so they'll be doubling and trippling down on their bullshit for another month before they finally find something else to be outraged about.

Good opportunity for some quality mockery, ladies and gentlemen. Let the popcorn flow freely.

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Math breakthrough: boundary layer turbulence.

This is a pretty big deal.

Mathematicians have been trying for a century or more to understand the turbulence that arises when a flow interacts with a boundary, but a formulation has proven elusive.

Now an international team of mathematicians, led by UC Santa Barbara professor Björn Birnir and the University of Oslo professor Luiza Angheluta, has published a complete description of boundary layer turbulence. The paper appears in Physical Review Research, and synthesizes decades of work on the topic. The theory unites empirical observations with the Navier-Stokes equation — the mathematical foundation of fluid dynamics — into a mathematical formula.

So what, you say? Well, every liquid or gas that flows over, around or through anything is affected by boundary layer turbulence. Airplane wings, windmill blades, fuel injection and engine intake manifolds, any sort of pipe or container, anything from helium to treacle, all experience the energy-robbing phenomenon of turbulence at their surface. It is the thing that creates friction and the detaching of laminar flow.

If you have a complete mathematical model of it, you can accurately simulate it with a digital computer. You don't need a wind tunnel to do experiments, which means you can start doing things like applying machine learning and evolutionary modeling to your optimization efforts. Run ten million examples of your pipe elbow to find the minimum drag version.

Which means you don't have to be Boeing anymore. Compute power is cheap, you can optimize laminar flow on a PC and build it in your shop with CNC machinery and 3D printing.

That is what we call a breakthrough.

Thursday, November 11, 2021