CRT…and the obvious outcomes

2021 June 7
by justrand

When entire sectors of our population are told they are “victims”, and generations of children are taught their “feelings” trump everything (logic, reason, manners, etc), and consequences for violent behavior are ONLY for one set of people (hint: WHITE PEOPLE), the natural outcome is episodes like that described in the article below.

I have always been cautious around strangers…regardless of race, color, national origin, etc.  But I have always tried to be polite and give them the benefit of the doubt as to their intentions.  Since 99.9999% of the time an interaction with a stranger is ultimately innocent and non-confrontational, that has always made sense.

I have moved from “cautious” to “suspicious”.

Note to the woman who got beat up: NEVER turn your back on someone who has just declared you to have “White Privilege“.  NEVER.

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  1. 2021 June 7 6:20 am
    bc3b permalink

    Speaking of people of color – summer in Chicago. It’s not just the Cubs and White Sox these days. There’s nothing like the sounds of gunfire and police sirens.

  2. 2021 June 7 6:30 am
    bc3b permalink

    JR –

    Because Jeff Bezos thought FedEx, UPS and even the post office (with a sweetheart deal) were too expensive, Amazon set up its own delivery system. Delivery isn’t owned by Amazon, but is franchised out. One franchisee may be responsible for an area with 80,000 people. To be profitable, the franchisee pays minimum wages and employs the minimal amount of employees and trucks possible. I have read horror stories about what these drivers have to do to deliver their packages. Whenever I see an Amazon delivery van, I stay as far away as possible.

    We’ve come a long way when department store packages were delivered by uniformed drivers – straight down.

  3. 2021 June 7 6:40 am
    drdog09 permalink

    TN considering a gold depository — — Several States are already in the process of doing so.

  4. 2021 June 7 6:43 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Coincidence. Yep. No doubt about it.
    Well. OK.
    Maybe a little doubt.
    A California virologist who told Anthony Fauci that COVID-19 looks ‘potentially engineered’ and ‘inconsistent with expectations from evolutionary theory’ – only to later reverse course and publish a ‘natural origin’ paper 8 weeks later (before receiving a multi million-dollar NIH grant) has deleted more than 5,000 tweets

  5. 2021 June 7 6:45 am
    drdog09 permalink

    I watched that video, twice. Not the first thing that comes to mind, but I noticed the victim was a unaware. After the first blow she had her hands covering her head. If you ‘cover up’ put the forearms to protect your face. Fists can’t crack a skull but they can sure make a mess of your face.

  6. 2021 June 7 6:51 am
    drdog09 permalink


    Interesting. But a query. Whatever happened to that supposed ‘market shaping’ drone delivery service that was to be online? Not just Amazon. There were several majors touting this a couple of years ago. Now where are they? Pffffft. Pure mindshare manipulation.

  7. 2021 June 7 7:17 am
    bc3b permalink

    drdog09 #6 –

    At what point would it be cost-effective to use drones to deliver stuff? Most of my online orders are under $50. In fact, I would say that most are under $30.

  8. 2021 June 7 7:21 am
    bc3b permalink

    Here’s a D-Day homily from a very traditional priest in Wisconsin. He not only talks briefly about D-Day, but also attacks liberal bishops who want to make Catholics “lukewarm,” and takes a veiled swipe at Biden. I guess he has a lot of flags on the church lawn.

    There are more brave, faithful priests who are willing to call out the Catholic bishops. The are many good priests, but few good bishops – the political class of the Church.

  9. 2021 June 7 8:10 am
    drdog09 permalink

    A damning document if true — — As they say, he posts the references.

  10. 2021 June 7 8:20 am
    drdog09 permalink


    I was sort of skeptical from the getgo. Only a narrow range of products would qualify based on weight and volume. No drone is going to carry a 25# bag of dog food. Then the providers would have to design a new logistical chain to support the drones as a system. Then of course the licensing and liability issues.

    The places that would benefit the most from something like delivery drones are not the target audience for lack of sufficient volume of business. Remote farms, island chains (eg. Bahamas), for delivery of 1st class mail.

    As to cost effective? Well if you could convince the customer base that it is cool to pay a XX% surcharge it could pay out.

  11. 2021 June 7 8:51 am
    justrand permalink

    drdog, now if Elon Musk was doing drone deliveries I might think it would pan out.

    Space-X just had its 102nd consecutive successful Falcon 9 launch…with recovery onto a drone-ship in the ocean.

    Meanwhile, Boeing can’t gets its rocket to launch, let alone get their 737s to fly. Then again, Boeing has a wonderful Diversity & Inclusion program…so there’s that! 🙂

  12. 2021 June 7 8:55 am
    drdog09 permalink


    Hah! I agree with you there.

    I have always wonder tho, how inclusive is a bankrupt company?

  13. 2021 June 7 9:04 am
    drdog09 permalink

  14. 2021 June 7 9:50 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    6, I listened to a podcast on this a few months ago.
    One of the biggest issues is legal and regulatory. Somebody federal (probably FAA) controls anything above a certain height and in the immediate area of an airport but for low-level like a drone would use, say ground level to 50 feet high, jurisdiction is typically at the city level.

    So Amazon can’t just amend a federal law … can’t even just amend 50 state laws. They have to either get Congress to pass a nationwide law about drones or fight it out in every jurisdiction in the US to get comprehensive and reasonable laws governing drones. I’m guessing this is more of an issue than any technical problems.

  15. 2021 June 7 9:56 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    If you bother to look, you’ll find stuff.
    The compromised CA state GOP (never Trumpers and grifting consultants run it) pre-emptively declared the election clean.
    3,000 Votes COUNTED From Empty Dorm at UCSB–MORE Vote Fraud Exposed

    On a recent call, the General Counsel or the California Republican Party claimed there was NO fraud or corruption in the November 2020 election in California. The CRP Chair, Jessica Patterson has not refuted that claim. By NOT suing to stop live ballots, 440,000, going to dead people and those living outside of the Sate, the California Republican Party has normalized corrupt elections in California. We also found that 3500 Californians voted in the November election in both California and Nevada—but neither government nor the GOP can find any corruption. Now this:

    “Approximately 3,000 mail-in ballots counted in the Nov. 3 election were supposedly cast by UCSB students residing in a voting precinct that, along with other dorm buildings, includes the Francisco Torres/Santa Catalina Residence Hall at 6850 El Colegio Road in Goleta.

    Problem: Due to COVID-19, the Torres Building, which normally accommodates 1,300 students, was empty and locked down through most of 2020, as were all other UCSB dorms.
    This means no students/voters were residing inside the Torres Building (nor any of the other dorms) during the election season.
    It also means these ballots were fraudulent.
    Even if all 1300 beds were filled, this dorm provided 3,000 votes”

  16. 2021 June 7 10:03 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Lots of cleanup ahead due to all the poor political decisions around Covid.
    Based on a new law, the attorneys in San Jose are flooding the Mercedes dealerships, looking for their next car. Government has “mandated” that employers HAVE to rehire their old employees before they can hire new employees. But, the old employees do not have to go back to work—a one way law.

    City spokesperson Carolina Camarena said Return Together is meant to supplement Senate Bill 93, which requires employers statewide to rehire about 700,000 laid-off hospitality workers. San Jose’s Return Together rule applies stricter regulations to SB 93.
    “The ordinance provides a ‘right of action,’ allowing employees to file civil lawsuits,” she said.
    Just another scam by government

  17. 2021 June 7 10:12 am
    justrand permalink

    Jim, the stooopider the “laws” in Kalifornia, the sooner it collapses. The Commissars in the PRK were counting on a massive graft relief package to bail them out…and fund new insanity. But that money hasn’t arrived yet. 🙂

  18. 2021 June 7 10:13 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Free stuff.
    I mean … it’s a good problem to have compared to scarcity and hunger but we have friends with an elderly parent living in senior housing. Granny gets boxes and bags of groceries delivered to her every week for free. The granny doesn’t actually like a lot of the food (she’s Chinese and prefers her cultural cuisine). But she refuses to turn down free food. Now our friends, with two 6-figure salaries are calling around to other well-to-do families to see who will take butter, milk, cheese, canned goods, beans and the like.

    Similar program from my kid’s school:
    Food Services Department
    Free Breakfast and Free Lunch Meals will be offered during Summer through July 28
    Where: Cupertino High School and Fremont High School

    When: Every Wednesday from 11:00 am– 12:00 pm at CHS and FHS

    Free meals are available for all students under 18 years of age.
    Students do not need to be present; parents or students can pick up meals
    No student ID required.
    All meals are free regardless of eligibility.

  19. 2021 June 7 10:52 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Whites better start developing a parallel economy damn quick —

    Now it would not surprise me that all the colleges listed have students receiving Federal aid. That means the schools could be sanctioned. The next one is, I would just check the box ‘Native American’ and see them try to dispute it. I have friends/coworkers who are Lilly white but recognized by the tribal registry as Native American.

  20. 2021 June 7 4:42 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Short vid of Kamala in Guatemala.
    A noisy group with lots of signs, including a couple of “Trump Won” signs LOL

  21. 2021 June 7 6:07 pm
    mpt permalink

    I have always been cautious around strangers…regardless of race, color, national origin, etc. But I have always tried to be polite and give them the benefit of the doubt as to their intentions.

    Same here. However, over the last five years I’m worried that this in now foolish thinking in today’s environment.

  22. 2021 June 7 7:19 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Light Her Up! — — Damn right. Recognize this is in Carmel, CA.

    Correction: Its Carmel NY. Just as bad of course.

  23. 2021 June 7 10:46 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

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  24. 2021 June 7 11:28 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Amazon white fragility training leads to worker assaulting white woman bc of her white privilege

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