Chinese Military Enters Syria


In what a new Ministry of Defense (MoD) report circulating in the Kremlin today is describing as President Barack Obama’s “worst nightmare”, the Ministry of National Defense (MoND) of the People’s Republic of China has secured the permission of the Syria Arab Republic to begin “flooding” into the Levant War Zone up to 5,000 of its most elite military forces, and which will first include the feared Shenyang Military Region “Siberian Tiger” Special Forces and Lanzhou Military Region “Night Tiger” Special Forces Units.

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Immigration Insurance

Steve Sailer tells of an intriguing approach to offsetting immigration risks: insurance.

Immigration insurance may sound like a wacky idea at the moment, but it actually could appeal to multiple politically powerful interest groups, such as insurance companies looking for a new market and trial lawyers looking for new reasons to sue insurance companies. Giving the backbone of Democratic donors—the trial lawyers—a financial incentive to dig up and publicize dirt on immigration would be political jujitsu of the highest order.

Sailer admits that only the legal immigrants would comply with such a policy, but then, the same is true about car insurance.

At present, forecasting that some applicants for immigration would be better than some other applicants is widely considered racist and un-American, a violation of the Zeroth Amendment inscribed on the Statue of Liberty. More sane countries, such as Canada and Australia, have complex points systems for evaluating applicants based on statistical models of how much good they are likely to do current citizens.

We do? Are you sure, Steve? Does the Canadian government actually pay any attention to the points, though?

Anyway, the bigger problem is how to implement such a notion without having your eardrums shattered from libtards screaming about it. But that’s the same with each and every notion about what to do about immigration crises, so no big whoop.

Read more at Taki’s Magazine.

Saudi Arabia: Axle of Evil


Containing the scourge of Islamist terror will be impossible without containing the ideology that drives it: Wahhabism, a messianic, jihad-extolling form of Sunni fundamentalism whose international expansion has been bankrolled by oil-rich sheikhdoms, especially Saudi Arabia. That is why the newly announced Saudi-led anti-terror coalition, the Islamic Military Alliance to Fight Terrorism, should be viewed with profound skepticism.

Saudi Arabia has been bankrolling Islamist terrorism since the oil-price boom of the 1970s dramatically boosted the country’s wealth. According to a 2013 European Parliament report, some of the $10 billion invested by Saudi Arabia for “its Wahhabi agenda” in South and Southeast Asia was “diverted” to terrorist groups, including Lashkar-e-Taiba, which carried out the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.  Read More

Pentagon Not Dancing to Nero’s Fiddle


According to Seymour Hersh’s latest expose, some elements within the US military began tacitly cooperating with Assad two years ago after becoming concerned with Turkey and Saudi Arabia’s support for Sunni extremists.

In a new 6,600 word piece, Hersh details what he says was a covert plot by the Joint Chiefs of Staff to undercut the “Assad must go” line promoted and pursued by the Obama administration and the CIA on the way to sharing valuable intelligence with the Assad government. The report also verifies the role of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and especially Turkey in arming and financing al-Nusra and ISIS.  Read More

Get a job, ya dirty bums!

Ontario’s profligate spending government, the Liberals, has come up with a novel approach to paying down the obscene level of debt the province has run up of late. They’ve taken to panhandling asking for citizens to voluntarily donate their tax refunds for next year to the cause.

After all:

…there have been so many unexpected costs lately. The gas plant scandal was supposed to cost $230 million, but that ended up being closer to $1 billion. The smart meter program ended up costing $1.9 billion, more than twice the original estimated cost. And then there’s that $9.2 billion in extra costs for the Green Energy Act. Money just seems to be flying away, and we’re not talking about wind turbines here.

So look into your heart. Forget about the Syrian refugees or the Salvation Army this year. Skip your annual United Way donation or whatever cancer or heart foundation you usually give to. Those guys don’t know the first thing about crippling debt or borrowing beyond their means. They’re actually required to have balanced operating budgets. Pffft.

No, it’s time for Ontarians to band together and bail out our country’s biggest charity case: The Ontario government.

We say if Premier Kathleen Wynne’s so concerned with paying down the debt, maybe she shouldn’t be so eager to run it up.

But that kind of screwball thinking is why we’re bloggers, not politicians.

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Breastfeeding is so last week, now it’s all just chestfeeding


Taki’s Magazine’s Jim Goad on the latest fad, female to male transsexuals who breastfeed “chestfeed”:

Huffington Post, that digital safe space for menopausal liberals in the early stages of Alzheimer’s, ran an article a few weeks ago titled “The Troubling Erasure of Trans Parents Who Breastfeed.” Without a hint of a wink, the article states that the notion that “gender is tied to biology” is an “antiquated belief.”

Because of course just because she has a vagina, just gave birth, and is lactating, doesn’t mean she’s not a real, honest-to-goodness manly dudebro, you evil bigot.

Harvard’s Christmas dinner crib sheets


Harvard University has made and distributed placemats with leftist talking points, perfect for students to use to wreck Christmas dinner by starting stupid political fights.

From the Daily Caller:

Harvard spokeswoman Rachel Dane told Campus Reform the placemats were deliberately intended to shape the conversations undergraduates have with their parents.

Another Harvard representative, assistant diversity dean Emelyn de la Peña, insisted the placemats do not constitute indoctrination despite presenting only a single point of view as correct.

This is very disappointing. We would have thought Harvard students were better than this.

I mean, if you can’t even memorize your talking points for annoying Uncle Frank, what kind of annoying leftist brat are you?

Lazy, lazy, lazy…

Now, after being mocked in certain corners of the press, Harvard backpedaled, no doubt worried more about potential loss of alumni donations and prestige than because they actually regretted their idiot indoctrination placemats.

Barbara Walters needs to get out more

And maybe meet some new people while she’s at it.

Barbara Walters declared Bruce Caitlyn Jenner the “most fascinating person of 2015” in an ABC TV special on Thursday night.


“Through her own transition, Caitlyn Jenner transformed society this year,” Walters added at the end of the special. “And that, for us, makes her the most fascinating person of 2015.”

Not really, Babs, but one supposes when you live in a celebritard bubble it might seem that way.

Read the rest at Breitbart

PS: not to get all catty or anything, but according to TVLine, Barbara’s special was roughly 1/3 as fascinating as an episode of The Big Bang Theory, which is to say, “not very.” And she’s down 29% from last year’s “most fascinating” special.