Two issues out there at the moment

1. Who counts the votes?


# Miami Dade and vans of voting boxes ‘discovered’ on the second day after the vote was had and the winner was clear [GOP].

# The rampant ballot rigging using those machines set to show Dem when someone pressed GOP.

# The South Thanet fraud in 2015.

# Many other ethical violations.

And what happened? Nothing, nowt, zilch, nada. And somehow we’re meant to just sit back, twiddle our thumbs and say, ‘Oh well, that’s how things are.’

The people who are in a position to raise hell, e.g. the Donald – mysteriously do zero about it, they just meekly accept that the Dems won the House when I don’t believe for one second that they did.

Now I’m looking at those boxes in the picture above, unguarded, anyone can break in and anyone official can add boxes or spirit some away. Before 2010, you may have been within your rights to think that’s real tinfoil hat stuff but not so much now, eh?

I’m not just talking about tricky-dicky game playing or even sly dishonesty, I’m speaking of wholesale alteration of results.

Why not?  Look at the EC make-up, look at what the Establishment must prevent at all costs.  There’s zero legality if a certain result MUST occur according to Them because the next step of the Agenda starts in 2020.

I read an article earlier this evening [which I now can’t find] about how the ‘taking offence’ game going on with the left, the govt and govt agencies has moved us ever closer to a real police state situation.  In Russia, they called the cars chorni voron or black mariah – the car would arrive at midnight and that was the end of that family member – forever.

You think we’re all that far from it now? I’d say the vast majority are labouring under the misapprehension that we still have some freedoms – I know many readers and pundits say ‘democracy is dead’ but compared to the USSR, this is still creampuff stuff, even in 2019.  Having lived over there, I can say there is nothing creampuff in the wings – this is now showing signs of happening and the impunity of the wrongdoers above us, the ones who call the shots, the ones we once trusted to do so, more or less – it seems indicative of them knowing what’s coming. They’re going through this charade, biding their time.

But we’ve also seen that what may have seemed inevitable somehow gets stymied, e.g. Hitler’s invasion of Britain.  There’s a certain amount of sliding doors going on here.

If Farage gets 31 to 34%, then OK, provided the Tories get single digits but if we find some skewing of this in a big way, then …

And over in the States, various states have said they’re dropping the Electoral College vote. Unilaterally. How?  How can a Federal Election see any state not following the procedures?

Only via civil war.

Which actually plays into the left’s hands amid their fear that Trump is preparing for a national emergency, with most of us onside.  What if the appalling behaviour of Pelosi, Schumer and the rest of them is deliberate, in conjunction with the GOP, designed to get that state of emergency called?

Same over here – deep instability, cometh the hour, cometh the tyrant.

2. Why women’s football is off [and rugby is worse]

Quite agree – look, if the women want to roll around in mud on Saturday afternoons, fine, but that’s not what this is all about.

This is about money grubbing, grubbing for rights they already well and truly have and the way the PTB have got in behind it around the world and are pushing this women’s game onto fans in each code when there’s not the slightest need to, plus the product is so inferior.  This is about mega-political-power-plays.

Let’s be honest – the only reasons you’d watch the women play are:

#  One of them is your significant other.

#  The Kournikova factor – she’s pretty and nice to watch, not unlike many, though fewer and fewer beach volleyballers, rhythmic gymnasts and so on.

Now that’s fine and if you get off on that, also fine. But what’s not fine is the way this whole thing is pushed so hard and if you object, you are in deep do-dos, matey.

Downunder, there’s this one called Erin Phillips and they just will not leave her off the front pages – it’s yawn-inducing and the interviews are as if she’s actually achieved something approaching men’s level.

And what’s she bellyaching about in interviews?  That she wants ‘equality’, meaning equal pay of course for an inferior product and that she’s so hard, so tough, the equal of men. Sigh.

But that’s not all – then she goes on about her ‘wife’.  Hang on – she can’t have a wife, she’s a bird.  Birds don’t have other birds as wives.

Then it starts to dawn how thunder-thigh butch she is and the pennies finally drop – this is just more of the same old same old we’re getting in the tranny loos, tranny sport and all the rest of it.

And heads of clubs are pushing this guff.

In 2012, I followed the Brazilian gals’ volleyball because:

#  They were purty.

#  They served more slowly than the men and so you could see all the moves at a speed one could follow.

I recall no bullsh about equal pay and being men and all the rest of it – the BBC did not shove it down our throats – I chose to watch these gals:

But it’s most certainly changed since then and that’s why I refuse to watch women’s anything in sport any more.

Because I’m made to.

4 comments for “Two issues out there at the moment

  1. Luther Burgsvik
    May 25, 2019 at 21:58

    2. Short answer: Women’s football just isn’t entertaining. But to say that would question the assumption that all people (races, genders, wotnot) are equal, and consequently that all people are equally capable of being talented. However such talk is verboten, or it’s English equivalent: “You can’t say things like that!”

    An oldie from a few years back that always makes I smile when mmention of attendance/viewing figures of womens matches comes up:
    What happened to girl power? Australia’s national women’s soccer team the Matildas lose 7-0 to an under FIFTEENS boys’ side

    • Mark Matis
      May 26, 2019 at 00:28

      You don’t like Lingerie League Football???

      • Luther Burgsvik
        May 26, 2019 at 12:07

        Hehe. Speaking of seductive female footballery, there’s an old sketch by ‘Not the Nine o Clock News’ on women’s football: A full stadium unenthusiastically watch two women’s teams struggle to play. Mel Smith pulls a bored face. Gryff Jones asks him “why do people come to watch then?”. Then comes the final whistle, and the anticipation of the crowd rises. Mel Smith says “here’s your answer”. The players get their shirts off as they head off to the changing rooms. And the crowd go wild!

  2. May 26, 2019 at 02:33

    Women’s sport is sexist. Gender is just a social construct. Forcing women to play in their own leagues or their own events is patriarchal oppression. Women should have the opportunity to prove that they’re just as strong and fast as men. We can never have equality and social justice until women rugby players have the opportunity to compete directly with men.

    Girls can do anything!

Comments are closed.