Inventor of Cancel Culture gets Cancelled.
You can’t be right about everything. This is the path to wisdom. Socrates will be – what’s the opposite to turning in his grave? Lying peacefully in his grave? Grinning in his grave? Getting quietly eaten by worms in his grave? Whatever, this was his main and most forgotten point.
Some are mourning of Australia’s very own car company, Holden, but others are glad to see it die. For posterity, this is a Holden Camira. Nifty little car, so long as your destination is downhill. Most commonly seen with the bonnet up:
What is the future of Western cities – Dubai or Detroit? Choose one.
Everyone’s sharing Paul Joseph Watson’s latest video. I will share Moonbattery’s sharing of it.
Want to make some easy cash? Help Indonesian authorities by pulling the tire off this crocodile’s neck. Conditions apply.
Are you a black person who’s sick of looking at too many white people reading the news? I get it. I’m sick of all the bloody Filipinos reading the news on the telly here in the Philippines. How about a bit of diversity? But never fear, now there’s an all-black news service just for you! So much more convenient than watching African news, and way more convenient than actually moving to Africa. It will be called the Black News Channel, or BN Channel for short.
Hitler must be turning in his grave. The German Army was humiliated in recent exercises. Only a fifth of the Puma infantry fighting vehicles were operational at the time, so soldiers had to use . . . their own vehicles. I’m imagining Nazi forces pouring into the Soviet Union in their Volkswagens. This follows on from earlier incidents where the German army dealt with a shortage of machine guns by painting broomsticks black.
I’ve previously identified four balls in China. That is, the big, hairy ones that enable bravery. I found another two: a Chinese academic openly published this article criticizing the Communist Party’s handling of coronavirus, and everything else. Pretty soon those balls and all his other organs will no doubt find new owners.
Speaking of China, which I’m a bit obsessed with at the moment, I found two more videos with strong explanatory power for those odd behaviours we see in tourists visiting from the Middle Kingdom. The first deals with Chinese Boomers, and how their quirks, now infamous in the rest of the world, tend to manifest at home:
Having watched that, please also watch this. It’s another video that explains how the Cultural Revolution of the 1960s and 70s led to this situation. It is a sad story of a culture eating itself, and we should all learn the lessons:
The big issues US presidential candidates are ignoring. I agree with some of them.
Meanwhile in Japan, man received suspended sentence for putting knives on the junior high school desk of the prince.