Rational Thought Isn’t Wanted … or Needed

2021 February 26
by bc3b

We read daily about major corporations operating training indoctrination programs aimed at white employees becoming less white. Last week it was Coca-Cola. This week was Under Armour.

Huckster sociologists can make upper six figures/lower seven figures presenting this nonsense. Companies like Procter & Gamble admit they are willing to hack off its core customer base (and lose business) to push social justice issues. Logic and rational thought are out the window, replaced by political correctness and “feelings.”

Imagine the outrage if a corporation told its employees to be less black, less Hispanic or less Asian!

Now, think about your successful black friends and acquaintances. How did they become successful? By being less black. Everyone can relate to Dr. Ben Carlson. Dr. Carlson grew up in a ghetto-type neighborhood in Detroit and was raised by a single mother. Yet, he became one of the world’s most renowned neurosurgeons and a cabinet officer. How did he accomplish this? By becoming less black. Rather than living on welfare and fathering illegitimate children with different women, he got an education and earned the reputation as being among the best in the world.

Yet, the left, like sociologist Robin DiAngelo, who allegedly headed the Coca-Cola training, holds George Floyd, a career criminal, rather than Ben Carlson, as a true black hero.

The sad part is that, prior to Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society, blacks were making true progress by following the traditional (white/Asian) path to success. The black illegitimacy rate in 1960 was 23%, lower than today’s white illegitimacy rate. Blacks were staying in school and starting to enjoy the American dream. Today’s black illegitimacy rate is 76% and rising.

The real problems in the black community come from a ghetto mentality, which was a minor factor 60 years ago. Real problems for the black community include a 76% illegitimacy rate, the lack of a family unit, high black-on-black crime rate and lifetime unemployment. According to the FBI’s Table 43, 51% of all murders in the US are committed by blacks. 93% of all blacks murdered are killed by other blacks. These are facts, but facts have no place in the left wing monologue. CNN spent months covering Michael Brown and George Floyd, but never covers an innocent five year old black child gunned down by gangbangers in Chicago. It supports a left-wing narrative that blames the plight of black Americans on systemic racism, whatever that is, instead of focusing on real problems that are hurting blacks and positive ways to address them.

Until the monologue becomes a dialogue, nothing will change.

29 Responses leave one →
  1. 2021 February 26 8:35 am
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    bc3b permalink

    If you think there’s a problem now, wait for reparations.

  2. 2021 February 26 8:46 am
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    gnqanq permalink

    Saw this over on Greg Hunter’s “USAWATCHDOG”. Had an interview with Martin Armstrong.

    https://usawatchdog.com/rule-of-law-collapsed-in-usa-martin-armstrong/

    Armstrong is a financial consultant to top government officials around the world. He has inside information. So, listen up how Bitcoin plays into the globalist plan for digital money. Armstrong warns, “They effectively want to eliminate paper money totally, and this is part of the scheme. The danger of Bitcoin that people don’t understand is the government is not going to allow competition. When it really gets to the point where they have to do something, they will just seize all the crypto currencies and give you an exchange rate swap, and they will be the ones who decide the price. Then, you will get the government digital currency.”

  3. 2021 February 26 8:59 am
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    bc3b permalink

    Getting back to the original thread, which I realize is verboten at BJG, but here goes:

    Imagine the economic power populist nationalists could wield if they just organized. If people started buying RC Cola, Dr. Pepper, 7 Up and local brands like Faygo and Vernors in place of Coke and Pepsi. Or Finish, All, Kleenex, Bic or Schick and Colgate in place of P&G brands.

    The heads of these corporations along with the marketing department leadership would be gone in no time. Until we organize, they are going to keep crapping on us.

  4. 2021 February 26 9:04 am
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    #2
    China, India have banned Crypto. It’s their loss.

    USA now controls almost half the of the supply of bitcoin. Our corporations are buying it now so i can see USA now having 3/4 of it soon.

    Also your post just makes the case for cold storage wallets

    16 tips to consider to better protect your crypto
    https://distill.io/kb/guides/protect-your-cryptocurrency-from-hacks

    another point. The whole point of the US developing a digital currency is so that it can do stimmy checks directly to people without needing a bank involved as well as ….uh hem behavioral economics. The government wants to give different rates for different people…even different racial groups etc. Direct loans based on your behavior.

  5. 2021 February 26 9:09 am
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Interest rates for certain sexes and races would obviously be based on their political lobbying power and whether they get their person of choice in at the fed. You might also get lower interest rate loans based on your sexuality bonus points for transgender etc. The behavioral component could be whatever the government mandated on that front much like China.

  6. 2021 February 26 9:19 am
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    justrand permalink

    excellent post, bc3b

    I’m gonna put it up on MeWe

  7. 2021 February 26 9:20 am
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    The great thing about Bitcoin….if a judge in the USA thinks you’re a terrorist or thinks you need to need to be giving your money to someone else, he simply orders your bank account seized and you can do nothing. Or he orders your gold seized or your house seized etc.

    Every corporation in the USA knows this, and they all keep an offshore bank account available in case of this contingency so that they have the ability\funds to fight things court should this happen.

    Bitcoin is an offshore bank account for private citizens.

    And since we have first amendment, even if the judge orders you to do something with your bitcoin, he is powerless to actually affect that change.

  8. 2021 February 26 9:22 am
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    I was annoyed I was not longer bitcoin miners when we hit 58k so I bought some this am.

  9. 2021 February 26 9:24 am
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    of course…. if a hacker steals your bitcoin, you send it the wrong address, you forget your password, there is no one to help you.

    There is no FDIC insurance or whatever. There is no consumer protection agency to come to the rescue either.

  10. 2021 February 26 11:12 am
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    “zerohedge
    @zerohedge
    ·
    2m
    *U.S. SAYS CROWN PRINCE BIN SALAM APPROVED KHASHOGGI OPERATION”

  11. 2021 February 26 11:51 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    ” Everyone can relate to Dr. Ben Carlson. Dr. Carlson grew up in a ghetto-type neighborhood in Detroit and was raised by a single mother.”

    You could make the same case for Obama that everyone on the Left swoons over. He did not become POTUS by acting like a Canal St hoodlum from the Bronx. Obama acted more white than some whites I know.

  12. 2021 February 26 11:55 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    “And since we have first amendment, even if the judge orders you to do something with your bitcoin, he is powerless to actually affect that change.”

    You are aware of contempt of court right? If you don’t hand over the keys, your ass is in jail. You will be wearing orange and your access to your wallet is negated. So you won what? 3 meals of jail house mush.

  13. 2021 February 26 11:59 am
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    #12
    if the passwords are memorized, I don’t think a judge can force you to talk or give a password.

    But even if he can threaten you with jail, he still can’t force you to give you anything, and you always have the defense (if he can force you to talk with thread of jail) that you have no idea what the password is.

    “A German man is keeping $60 million in bitcoin from police by never revealing his password”
    https://www.reddit.com/r/technology/comments/le7ork/a_german_man_is_keeping_60_million_in_bitcoin/

    If he had had gold stashed away in his house, I guarantee that it would have been long gone.

  14. 2021 February 26 12:01 pm
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    A judge forcing someone to talk and having them defend oneself with excuses and stories about how they can’t remember the password or what they seem to have remembered doing with code seems like cause for a mistrial to me.

  15. 2021 February 26 12:07 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    drdog09 #11 –

    ” Everyone can relate to Dr. Ben Carlson. Dr. Carlson grew up in a ghetto-type neighborhood in Detroit and was raised by a single mother.”

    You could make the same case for Obama that everyone on the Left swoons over.

    Unlike Obama, Ben Carlson didn’t have a rich white grandmother who was a bank VP and paid for Little Barack to attend elite private school. Carlson grew up in a 733 sq. ft. house and attended Detroit’s predominantly black Southwestern High School, where he finished third in his class academically. He worked summers during 11th and 12 grade as a biological assistant at Wayne State University.

    Big difference.

  16. 2021 February 26 12:31 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    PRP,

    Here is all you need to know — https://www.wired.com/2014/09/google-apple-wont-unlock-phone-court-can-make/ — It is all going to depend on the judge. I would not bank on leniency.

  17. 2021 February 26 12:32 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    15,

    But for the average joe, they would never know the difference in the back story.

  18. 2021 February 26 12:37 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    bc3b #15 –

    If Ben Carlson finished 3rd academically, I’d love to meet #1 and #2.

  19. 2021 February 26 12:45 pm
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    JimNorCal permalink

    On topic, like bc, I’m reading and recommend Please Stop Helping Us by Jason Riley. About 5 years old now but still crystal clear. Even if the stats are getting musty they’re still on point.

  20. 2021 February 26 1:53 pm
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    bc3b permalink

  21. 2021 February 26 1:57 pm
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    I mean ultimately even if the judge calls in the national guard they still cant get your bitcoin without your cooperation and consent. Vs if you have gold or something that’s easy they just take it.

    The only way to forcibly get it would be to torture the suspect bc that would work 100 percent, but it could be that he actually doesnt know his password.

  22. 2021 February 26 4:13 pm
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    justrand permalink

  23. 2021 February 26 6:02 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    PRP,

    I get your point but the bigger picture:

    * You sits in jail — Lose.
    * You have a court judgement you can’t discharge except by complying — Lose.
    * They can’t use it but you can’t either — Draw

    In no scenario do you win, its Lose-Lose-Draw. Just does not look like a viable strategy.

  24. 2021 February 26 6:11 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    John Durham resigns. Another Justice dud. Anything he discovered, if he did, is headed for the landfill.

  25. 2021 February 26 6:17 pm
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    JimNorCal permalink

  26. 2021 February 26 6:19 pm
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    JimNorCal permalink

    I thought the story of US diplomats getting anal swabbed in China was satire.
    Apparently not.

  27. 2021 February 26 6:39 pm
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    #23
    Only if they know the public address that would be true. But at a minimum it gives you the power of not giving your money to someone you don’t want it going to.

  28. 2021 February 26 6:41 pm
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    also I have my doubts that you could life in prison for not being able to remember your password

  29. 2021 February 26 7:01 pm
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Looking for my next book to read not that I have any time this week. Considering Narrative economics by Robert J. Shiller but maybe it will be dry

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