The Reality of Woke

2022 March 27
by drdog09


♦ The important part to see is… if this cleaving continues, there are going to be two sets of nations with two structurally different economies. A red group and a green group.

These two groups are going to end up in competition with each other. It is as inevitable as sunrise, if you can see this cleaving I am talking about.

Now, think about the economic system of trade that exists between the Red and Green groups. There has to be a way for them to exchange value if they are going to purchase from and sell to each other.

Additionally, and this is key, the Red group is going to have a strong strategic advantage in production costs. The Red group is going to be using oil, coal and gas (fossil fuels), which are abundant, cheap and the infrastructure is already in place.

The Green group is going to be at a strong disadvantage, at least for a generation or two, as the costs associated with the production of goods and systems is going to be much more expensive to operate, as the transition into Build Back Better sustainable or renewable energy takes place.


The author unfortunately did not carry the scenario that is developing to its near final form. The reality is you cannot have modern medicine without plastics and you cannot have plastics without oil. That is just one example in a tiny sliver of how pervasive fossil fuels are to a modern society. So the idea that any modern nation can have a renewable society is, was, and forevermore been poppycock.

The imbalance that the author discusess has an unfortunate conclusion – the Green Group is literally sucked dry of capital and by extension a dwindling standard of living to pay for the oil they buy from the Red Group. All this happening while the Green Group themselves are awash in their own oil that they refuse to use to their benefit. Well there is a archetype for this eventually – your bloc becomes Africa 2.0.

At the Micro level the Green Group overlords expect you to become a serf. “You will own Nothing and Be Happy” is the mantra. That is certainly true in many service industries like telecom. There are firms that now want to extend that into the physical – here and here. More to come for sure. Nor does the TPTB have to force you and I into it. A combination of inflation, lagging payroll and ‘only way to afford it’ is renting will get them there. 1/3rd of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck today, so achieving their goals is not that ambitious.

Legally they can’t force you to give anything up, nor do they have to. A segment of the population will do so willingly just to survive. But to the extent you can, own outright what you have – house, car, assets. Make damn sure it is physical. Anything virtual can be wiped out by decree. Bail-ins are going to be the order of the day when bank runs occur. Be your own bank. And yes TBTP will use food as a weapon so be prepared there too.

43 Responses leave one →
  1. 2022 March 27 5:26 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Russia cancels the teaching of sociology and political science in universities —

  2. 2022 March 27 6:07 am
    justrand permalink

    America would be better off canceling sociology and political science in OUR universities.

    or just cancelling our “universities” altogether.

  3. 2022 March 27 11:23 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    “The Green group is going to be at a strong disadvantage, at least for a generation or two”
    Much MUCH longer than that.

    It’s like Europeans angry that they can’t compete because they require 35 hour work weeks, 6 week summer vacations and every office must have a window to natural outdoor light. Whereas those dang Americans, Koreans, Japanese and Chinese are willing to work longer and harder without so many frills.

  4. 2022 March 27 11:36 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Mastercard partnered with the UN to track the “carbon footprint” of purchases. At this point, it is only voluntary.

  5. 2022 March 27 12:20 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    Gee does that mean Brandon stops eating ice cream?

  6. 2022 March 27 12:22 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Excellent analysis of pro Dem journalist Margaret Brenner’s interview of Chinese diplomat.
    She is arrogant, rude and basically demands that China fall into line with US policy.
    The host explains common sense facts like:
    China is giving aid to Ukraine
    China has urged Russia to join peace talks
    China will have no influence if it hews to US demands
    China suspects it could be the next target

    By far the best presentation I’ve seen on China’s role

  7. 2022 March 27 12:40 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    This sounds bad. Really, really bad.

    “DOD is now aware of the presence of the keys on the laptop’s hard drive, has determined that the keys were still active, and has taken steps to cancel them.

    An IT technical expert advising Maxey’s team has speculated that the keys present on Hunter’s laptop might have allowed Hunter to create throwaway email accounts on DOD servers and thereby route personal and business communications through those servers to escape detection. Such an arrangement would be in effect a much more sophisticated version of Hillary Clinton’s use of her “homebrew” server to evade monitoring of her communications while she was Secretary of State.

    This is a developing story. We will provide updates as they become available. It bears worth emphasizing at this stage, however, that Hunter Biden’s laptop has been in the possession of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) since well before the 2020 election. If the information currently in Maxey’s possession from DOD is correct and encryption keys giving access to DOD systems were still active until Maxey and his team discovered their presence and reported them, that would seem to suggest strongly that the FBI has never bothered to investigate what is on the hard drive.”

  8. 2022 March 27 1:29 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    “China is a peace loving country….”. I suggest that the Indians, Ughyurs and the Taiwanese have a different view on the matter. At that point I punched out….

    “…that would seem to suggest strongly that the FBI has never bothered to investigate what is on the hard drive.” Or worse does not possess the personnel to accomplish the task. Though the lack of interest is probably the more likely answer.

  9. 2022 March 27 1:36 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Psssst — — Putin, the other sides gets a vote too. UA will probably keep on fighting. So whatcha gunna do? Lay down your arms and surrender?

  10. 2022 March 27 2:49 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    8, yes he’s too apologetic in favor of China, good point.
    No argument there. But his points about the China/Ukraine relationship are valuable. And seeing woke Margaret Brennan lecturing, interrupting the guest and insisting that he respond to her woke world view is good stuff.

  11. 2022 March 27 3:20 pm

    An Interesting dive into just the tip of the ‘azov/rs’ catch all term, some recent history of some players its embedding, advancement, and armament in recent times.

    “Just a handful”,”not relevant”, yet…
    By Nat South for the Saker Blog

    #2 , #3 — Yup!
    #7 – laptop from hell continues to give… now imagine all this and former shit hits and is actually reported on in September and October of 2020 in anyway remotely resembling fair coverage/investigating.

    #9 Did you miss the ” According to Ukrainian officials in Kyiv” part though? It’s like a Babylon Bee warning these days. 😉

  12. 2022 March 27 4:12 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    No doubt, But they do a better smoke screen than Baghdad Bob ever did. 🙂

    Now this is interesting — — Sadly its GP, but if it holds up it leaves the bread crumbs that RU knew as far back as Oct/Nov they were going to invade. This has been a catered affair from the git-go.

  13. 2022 March 27 4:58 pm
    mpt permalink

    …pro Dem journalist Margaret Brenner’s…

    That description is a little redundant. 🙂

  14. 2022 March 27 5:06 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

  15. 2022 March 27 5:24 pm

  16. 2022 March 27 5:26 pm

    13 – I posted the same here weeks ago, idk what’s exclusive about that story for GP since there was already some coverage of the sale in r of center web weeks ago – guess they’re finally catching up on that.

  17. 2022 March 27 8:10 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    16, yes it’s astounding that they’re still trying to flog that horse. We’re still supposed to be in a panic over a virus with a 99.75% survival rate.

    We’re still officially under Emergency Decree in CA. And you know the saying: “It’s easier to fool someone than to convince someone they’ve been fooled.” Still plenty of people wearing masks … any of the True Believers who wore other styles have switched over to N95 (or above). So many are afraid to be early “naked noses”. Despite the fact that plenty of us don’t wear them and are not falling down dead.

    Afaict, Dems are waiting for the elections to pass, then they go back to totalitarian rules.
    Which makes me look at those mask wearers as “Good Germans”. For me it’s getting to the point wear I equate a mask with a swastika armband. It’s not a medical device, it’s a declaration that you’re in favor of insane loyalty to dictatorship.

  18. 2022 March 27 10:50 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    Based on what KH posted in 16 becomes law, I would say Calif has become Hut 1369. All the need are camp guards and they probably already have the snitches waiting.

  19. 2022 March 28 6:07 am
    justrand permalink

    KH’s post #16 above is just par for the course here in the PRK. In ‘Atlas Shrugged’, Hank Reardon asks Dr. Ferris how the government will enforce all the new laws they are creating. Dr Ferris explains:

    There’s no way to rule innocent men. The only power any government has is the power to crack down on criminals. Well, when there aren’t enough criminals one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws. Who wants a nation of law-abiding citizens? What’s there in that for anyone? But just pass the kind of laws that can neither be observed nor enforced or objectively interpreted – and you create a nation of law-breakers – and then you cash in on guilt.

    that explains the PRK, and Brandon’s America, perfectly!

  20. 2022 March 28 7:35 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Astonishing story, if true. UA town’s residents demand RU soldiers leave. They agree to.

    “the Oscars show was mostly peaceful.”

  21. 2022 March 28 7:54 am
    drdog09 permalink


    I watched Viva/Barnes rather than the Oscars. I would not have recognized any of the films being awarded anyway.

  22. 2022 March 28 8:08 am
    drdog09 permalink

  23. 2022 March 28 9:20 am
    justrand permalink

    comment I saw re. the whole “Oscars Thing” from last night:

    I find it increasingly difficult to put into words just how much I don’t care.”

    Describes my feelings perfectly!

  24. 2022 March 28 9:30 am
    bc3b permalink

    The Villanova – Kansas game will decide the winner of JR’s Hut 1369 NCAA basketball competition.

  25. 2022 March 28 9:33 am
    bc3b permalink

    JimNorCal #3 –

    Europeans have been able to enjoy great social benefits for two reasons:

    1. Few children – kids are expensive
    2. Uncle Sucker has been paying for their defense

  26. 2022 March 28 9:41 am
    bc3b permalink

    JR #2 –


    The greater problem is that lunacy is spreading to K-12 in publik skuuls. When I was in second grade the extent of my sexual knowledge was that girls had cooties and if you hung around with them, you’d catch cooties too.

    That’s why the Florida law has the left’s panties in a wad.

  27. 2022 March 28 9:46 am
    bc3b permalink

    Still no reporting on the Oscar ratings, but the program itself appears to be an all-time low:

  28. 2022 March 28 9:50 am
    bc3b permalink

    Another cold weekend in the Windy City: 16 shot, 4 fatally.

    Don’t get too depressed JimNorCal. It will be warmer soon and the shooting count will rise with the temperature.

  29. 2022 March 28 10:04 am
    drdog09 permalink


    Amen! 🙂

  30. 2022 March 28 11:11 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    By July, 98 percent of British adults had coronavirus antibodies, mostly through vaccination. Yet 35,000 Britons since then have died of COVID. Nearly all were jabbed. Now cases are soaring again.
    Alex Berenson
    Mar 28
    It is time to face reality.
    If Britain is the future of the coronavirus in highly mRNA vaccinated countries, the future is bleak.

    Britain authorized Pfizer’s mRNA Covid vaccine even before the United States. It vaccinated against Covid faster than any other advanced country except Israel.
    The results have been worse than unpromising.

    Last week, Chris Whitty, England’s chief medical officer, warned the coronavirus would remain a public health threat “for the rest of our lives.” This assessment is far grimmer than any that American officials have made, at least publicly. But Britain is now facing yet another wave of Covid infections and deaths – its fourth, or fifth, or sixth, depending on who’s counting.

  31. 2022 March 28 1:08 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    The part that troubles me is “35000 Britons since then have died of COVID. Nearly all were jabbed”

    The whole selling point is that the vaxx will protect you from death, tho not infection or transmission. If all the folks dying are vaxxed that’s not a good sign.

  32. 2022 March 28 3:09 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    Not so much Britain, as its their affair. But lets apply that to ole USA. Lets also turn it into a positive. (warning this is sick thinking….)

    What demographic group do you think have all their shots, booster and all? Might I suggest the type of person that would wear a mask while driving their car alone. And who might that be %-wise? Un-huh. So what is the downside?

    And now the mea culpa. Yes I don’t savor the thought of people dying needlessly. And I absolutely do not like the idea of what is being proposed by PRK to vaxx kids against their will. But they got what they wanted.

  33. 2022 March 28 4:40 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Something for your back pocket.

  34. 2022 March 28 4:45 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Oscar ratings second lowest ever (behind 2021) and CNN calls it a “surge.”?

    And Brian Stelter wonders why no one believes CNN.

  35. 2022 March 28 7:03 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Ever watch ‘The Salty Cracker’? — — Even if not, go to the 22min mark on this one and gaze at NYC’s future.

    And BC, wait for the next video, I think you can add another one to your count…..

  36. 2022 March 28 8:35 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    A change of pace.
    The Abernathy Boys Go for a Ride
    Free-Range Children in Early 20th Century America

    If you want a single dramatic example of how much America has changed in the last century or so, stop talking about trips to the moon and super computers and start talking about this: in 1910, two brothers, Temple and Louis Abernathy, saddled up a pair of ponies and rode alone from their home in Frederick, Oklahoma, to New York City, almost 2000 miles away, to see Teddy Roosevelt give a speech. At the time, Louis, called “Bud”, was 10 years old, Temp was 6.

    Photos and lots more details and stories

  37. 2022 March 29 1:12 am
    drdog09 permalink


    That is down right refreshing. Beats my wild ride from Gainesville FL to Monroe LA with 2 other guys to pick up beer.

  38. 2022 March 29 8:30 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Was this posted already? Long but full of facts after the poetic intro
    “The Architects of Our Present Disaster”

  39. 2022 March 29 8:51 am
    mulletover permalink

    “The Food and Drug Administration announced on Tuesday that it authorized another Covid-19 booster shot of the Pfizer and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines for people 50 and older and certain immunocompromised individuals.

    That means four doses of the mRNA vaccine within a 2-year span. Is this the beginning of annual Covid shots?”

    ME…….I’ll be four behind, and THEY can go piss up a rope.

  40. 2022 March 29 9:38 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Even the vaccine for normal flu is of little value.
    This article has 2 charts for the 1980-2020 period.
    One is number of people getting vaxxed, a sharply climbing line.
    The second shows death from normal flu. It’s wiggly with no discernible trend

    I’m with mullet: 4 behind lol

  41. 2022 March 29 9:49 am
    drdog09 permalink

    I took a ‘normal’ flu shot for the first time back around 2000-2001. I was sick for 4 days. Never took another.

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