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Biden Dog Commander, Bites Again, the 12th Known Bite, How Many More Were Hushed Up?

stock here: Mahalo to the Flying Cuttlefish. She is totally following the bad dog meme. Never in known history has I or anyone I know, know of a dog that has bit more than 3 people and not be put down.

Disfunctional owners at best, Dog abusers or worse.

I wonder why they give Peter Doocey front row seats every day….they must want the confrontations, to show that they allow “opposition”.

thank you the governor of Illinois has

0:05 written to President Biden to say the

0:07 federal government’s lack of

0:08 intervention and coordination at the

0:10 border has created an untenable

0:12 situation for Illinois does anybody

0:15 outside of the White House think the

0:17 immigration policy is

0:23 working so here’s what I can tell you I

0:25 just mentioned that the president

0:26 requested $4 billion uh it for a

0:29 supplemental

0:30 funding to address what we’re seeing at

0:32 the border right and to manage what is

0:35 happening currently at the the Southwest

0:37 border more specifically and Republicans

0:39 continue to block us they do they

0:41 continue to block us and without

0:42 Congress the president has taken action

0:45 he’s taken action whether it is uh

0:47 whether surging resources to the Border

0:49 we have removed and returned more than

0:51 250,000 uh 50,000 people since May 12th

0:55 and working with partners and countries

0:57 across the region to actually deal with

0:59 this issue so the president has

1:01 continued to put try to put forth uh

1:03 actions and ways to deal with we’re

1:05 seeing at the border and Republicans

1:07 continue to block us that’s a damn lie I

1:11 just mentioned moments ago like two

1:12 weeks ago they put forth a CR a CR that

1:15 would take away law enforce law

1:17 enforcement at the border different

1:19 topic there are some new pictures of

1:21 Commander Biden biting a staffer again

1:25 how many times has that dog bitten the

1:28 bidens oh boy here we go I would ref I

1:34 would uh I would refer you to the Secret

1:35 Service and also the first lady’s office

1:38 okay it’s the 12th known incident of

1:41 this dog biting a White House staffer a

1:44 lot of times when that happens there’s a

1:46 lawsuit isn’t the president worried

1:48 about getting sued I would refer you to

1:50 the Secret Service or the first lady’s

1:52 office my last

1:53 one is any part of the West Wing

1:58 here just loving the fact that

2:02 Republicans don’t appear to be able to

2:03 govern the one part of the government

2:06 that they actually

2:07 control that’s a bingo nobody’s loving

2:12 anything when it’s when we’re not when

2:14 we’re not able to deliver for the

2:15 American people nobody’s loving

2:18 that when it is important for Congress

2:21 to work not for us but on behalf of the

2:24 American people it is important to make

2:27 sure that we meet the challenges of the

2:29 American people

2:30 that’s what’s important what we saw and

2:32 you heard from the president what we saw

2:34 on Saturday should have never have

2:36 happened we’re glad that a deal was made

2:38 we’re glad that we’re not in a shutdown

2:40 but House Republicans should have never

2:42 gotten us that far oh my God will you

2:44 let it go and so they are the majority

2:49 in in in the house they can fix this

2:51 they’re creating the chaos that is not

2:54 helpful to the American people that’s

2:56 why you saw the president today talk

2:57 about student debt relief and talk about

2:59 what what else he’s doing to make sure

3:00 that we’re giving a little bit of

3:02 breathing room to the American people

3:04 that’s why you heard from the President

3:05 yesterday talking about or our

3:07 announcement talking about um how we’re

3:10 continuing to beat big farmers so we can

3:12 lower uh prescription drug cost for the

3:14 American people that’s what the

3:16 president cares about that’s what he

3:17 wants to see what can we continue to do

3:19 to help Americans as they face really

3:22 tough challenges so this is not we’re

3:24 not loving it it is not helpful to any

3:28 any American across across the country

3:30 in any of the meetings about this in the

3:32 last 24 hours has anybody in the West

3:35 Wing heard anybody talking about the

3:37 possibility of speaker

3:44 Trump good

3:47 one this is something for House

3:50 Republicans to figure out this is

3:51 something for them to fix we’re not

3:53 going to get involved in the speakership

3:56 we don’t care who they who is in the

3:59 race or who is out the race that is not

4:01 for us to figure out the president

4:03 doesn’t have a vote no one here has a

4:05 vote they have to figure this out okay

4:07 Peter if the president’s confident that

4:09 the Congress is going to pass the

4:10 necessary funds to continue uh providing

4:13 Aid to Ukraine why is there the need to

4:16 have discussions about an alternate

4:18 vehicle to provide that

4:20 funding that’s a good question I’m not

4:22 going to get be Beyond or go beyond what

4:24 the president said that’s not going

4:25 Beyond that’s going behind that’s things

4:27 that I’m I’m going to I’m going to let

4:29 the president speak to this he said he’s

4:30 going to give a speech on Ukraine I’m

4:32 going to let him speak to I guess I’m

4:33 confused because the president you we

4:34 said here that the president was

4:36 confident that the aid would continue

4:37 but today the president himself conceded

4:39 he was worried about that are those two

4:41 can those two align I think he’s

4:43 confident and I just dealt with this

4:46 uh no no I’m happy I’m happy to repeat

4:48 myself uh he’s what we’ve heard from

4:52 house members both Republicans and

4:54 Democrat we heard from Senators both

4:56 Republicans and Democrats have said have

4:59 said that they want to continue the

5:00 support in Ukraine so that ukrainians

5:02 can continue to fight against the uh

5:04 Russian aggression we’ve heard that

5:07 majority right overwhelming majority

5:09 just answer the damn questions so that

5:11 still stands right that has not gone

5:13 away that still stands that that

5:15 commitment that we have heard publicly

5:18 from them still stands so that is where

5:22 we are with that that is why we are

5:24 confident that yeah you know what there

5:26 is Broad support now if the president

5:28 wants to take an extra step and explain

5:30 and talk through the importance of of uh

5:33 supporting Ukraine that’s what he wants

5:36 to do it’s not the first time he’s done

5:37 it multiple times

5:39 uh no even when we’ve had bipartisan

5:43 continue to have bipartisan support

5:44 because he’s confident not because he’s

5:46 worried I guess I’m going to let the

5:48 president lay out when when the time

5:50 comes as to why he wants to why he wants

5:53 to speak to Ukraine what I can say is

5:55 what we’ve heard from Congress because

5:57 it is up to Congress right right now to

5:59 move forward on how they’re going to

6:01 move forward in funding in funding the

6:03 support for the Contin funding support

6:05 for Ukraine but it’s important for us to

6:07 point out what they’ve said publicly has

6:10 the president spoken to speaker McCarthy

6:11 or for now former speaker McCarthy since

6:13 yesterday has he spoken to the speaker

6:15 protm um McKenry in the time since has

6:18 he had any calls that you can share with

6:19 us with those because he needs them as

6:21 he acknowledged to try to get Congress

6:23 working and to get America working again

6:24 for the American people I’m not going to

6:26 get into any private conversation oh my

6:28 God you’re right the president was very

6:30 clear he believes that they need to get

6:32 back to work house needs to get back to

6:33 work they need to figure out who their

6:34 speaker is going to be he’s willing to

6:36 work in good faith with whoever the

6:38 speaker is just when you say just to be

6:40 clear when you say I’m not going to get

6:41 into private conversations you’re not

6:42 acknowledging that there were private

6:44 conversations just that you won’t say

6:45 Yes what I what I can say is as what I

6:47 can say is senior senior staffers as

6:49 I’ve said many times have been in close

6:51 touch with members in Congress over the

6:53 past several weeks over the past several

6:54 months that’s something that happens

6:56 pretty regularly and I can say this that

6:58 the president himself regularly often uh

7:01 has conversations with members in in

7:05 Congress

7:06 right because of his long some of them

7:09 are relationships that he’s had for some

7:11 time now just not going to get into each

7:13 conversation that he’s had their private

7:15 discussions we don’t read out each and

7:17 every uh conversation that the president

7:19 has that’s where I’m going to leave it

7:20 thank

7:21 you thank you Ken uh I’m going to follow

7:24 up on my colleague’s questions about the

7:25 president’s speech I know you can’t

7:27 speech about uh talk about the substance

7:28 of it but can we understand this as an

7:31 acknowledgement from the president that

7:33 he perhaps could be doing better in

7:35 terms of explaining to the American

7:36 people why supporting Ukraine is within

7:38 their best interest and maybe an

7:40 acknowledgement that there is waning

7:42 support from the American

7:47 public so

7:49 look the president has spoken multiple

7:52 times about the importance of funding

7:54 continuing to fund Ukraine he did it on

7:56 Monday he did it on Sunday he did it

7:58 today and he talked about how there’s a

8:01 direct link in supporting Ukraine

8:03 continuing that funding to our own

8:05 National Security that had that that is

8:08 something that he’s been pretty

8:09 consistent

8:10 about


EMP Cloth

stock here: although I have talked about it several times, even some deep dive, I have not completed all of my EMP CME ready plans.

Here is just one source of information, they kind of sell it too hard, which makes me suspect. $79 for 3.5′ x 15′

I like the idea to shield from my 5G electric meter that is right outside the wall where my main office is.


A search on Ebay turned up many products, I actually bought 2 here, and it was better value per SF than the “hard sell” above.



The Beatitudes and 10 Commandments, an AI Discussion, We End With Phoenicians and Phoentic Spelling

stock here, this is simply a rambling

with AI. It’s a guide on how I use this tool (may be evil, but can be useful) for quick research.


What are the beatitudes and how do they compare to the ten commandments and how are they different.ChatGPT

The Beatitudes and the Ten Commandments are both important teachings in the Christian tradition, but they serve different purposes and are found in different parts of the Bible.


The Beatitudes are a set of teachings given by Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount, as recorded in the Gospel of Matthew (Matthew 5:3-12) and also in the Gospel of Luke (Luke 6:20-23). They are a series of blessings that describe the characteristics and attitudes that are blessed by God. Here is a brief summary:

  1. Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
  2. Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.
  3. Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth.
  4. Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled.
  5. Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy.
  6. Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God.
  7. Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.
  8. Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness’ sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
  9. Blessed are you when others revile you and persecute you and utter all kinds of evil against you falsely on my account.
  10. Rejoice and be glad, for your reward is great in heaven.

Ten Commandments:

The Ten Commandments are a set of moral and religious principles given by God to the prophet Moses on Mount Sinai, as recorded in the books of Exodus (Exodus 20:1-17) and Deuteronomy (Deuteronomy 5:6-21). They outline the fundamental ethical guidelines for living a righteous life. Here is a brief summary:

  1. You shall have no other gods before me.
  2. You shall not make for yourself an idol.
  3. You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain.
  4. Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.
  5. Honor your father and your mother.
  6. You shall not murder.
  7. You shall not commit adultery.
  8. You shall not steal.
  9. You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.
  10. You shall not covet anything that belongs to your neighbor.


While both the Beatitudes and the Ten Commandments are teachings of Jesus, they serve different purposes. The Ten Commandments are more focused on moral and ethical conduct, providing specific rules for how one should behave in relation to God and others. The Beatitudes, on the other hand, emphasize attitudes and characteristics that lead to blessedness or happiness in the eyes of God.

The Beatitudes are often seen as a guide to the inner attitudes of the heart, encouraging qualities such as humility, mercy, and peacemaking. The Ten Commandments, meanwhile, provide external guidelines for ethical behavior.

In summary, the Beatitudes focus on the inner attitudes that lead to spiritual blessings, while the Ten Commandments provide external commandments for ethical living. Both are important aspects of Christian teachings, contributing to a holistic understanding of faith and morality.


4 of the beatitudes, Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled. The use of the word righteousness seems odd and inappropriate. I wonder what the original hebrew was and how this has been interpreted in recent religious history or even in past history. It is exactly what appears in the state motto of hawaii also, although they have never achieved high level of proficiency in English and are proud of their “pigeon english”. Also a broad definition of the word righteousness. ThanksChatGPT

The phrase “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled” comes from the Gospel of Matthew (Matthew 5:6) in the New Testament of the Bible. The original Greek word used for “righteousness” in this context is “δικαιοσύνη” (dikaiosunē). The equivalent term in Hebrew, as found in the Old Testament, is “צְדָקָה” (tsedaqah).

The concept of righteousness in this context refers to a state of moral and ethical uprightness, adherence to divine laws, and seeking justice. Those who hunger and thirst for righteousness are portrayed as individuals who earnestly desire and seek to live in accordance with God’s righteous standards. It reflects a deep spiritual longing for justice, fairness, and adherence to God’s will.

In the context of the Beatitudes, the phrase suggests a spiritual hunger and thirst for a righteous and just way of life. The promise that they will be filled implies that those who pursue righteousness with sincerity and commitment will find satisfaction and fulfillment in their spiritual journey.

As for the use of this phrase in the state motto of Hawaii, “Ua Mau ke Ea o ka ʻĀina i ka Pono” (The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness), it reflects the idea that the well-being and prosperity of the land are maintained through righteousness and justice. The influence of biblical language and concepts is evident in the motto.

The word “righteousness” has a broad definition, encompassing moral integrity, justice, virtue, and adherence to ethical principles. It is a term that has been interpreted and understood in various ways throughout religious history and across different cultures. In the context of the Beatitudes, it emphasizes the importance of a deep and sincere commitment to living in accordance with God’s moral standards.


In my world righteousness has always carried the intonation of being uppity, or someone pretending they are better than others, of displaying superiority whether that is true or not. It has always seem to carry mostly negative connotations. Knowing some Hawaiian Ho’o Pono is simply “doing the right thing” which is quite different than flaunting how righteous one is. I wonder is any great scholars have deep dived on that word? If so, please find some samples.ChatGPT

The interpretation and perception of the word “righteousness” can indeed vary based on cultural, linguistic, and individual contexts. While in the biblical context, it conveys a sense of moral uprightness and adherence to divine principles, the connotations of the word in different cultures and languages may carry additional nuances.

In the case of your perception that “righteousness” can sometimes carry negative connotations of being uppity or displaying superiority, it’s essential to recognize that language is dynamic and can evolve in its usage. The way a word is understood or felt can be influenced by cultural and social factors.

Scholars and theologians have delved into the meanings of biblical terms, including “righteousness,” and interpretations can vary. Some scholars may emphasize the positive and moral aspects of righteousness, highlighting qualities such as justice, integrity, and adherence to ethical principles. Others may explore the potential for self-righteousness or the danger of appearing superior to others.

If you are interested in scholarly perspectives on the term “righteousness” in a biblical context, you may want to explore commentaries on the relevant biblical passages or academic works on biblical theology. Various theological and linguistic studies may offer insights into the original meanings of the Greek and Hebrew terms and their implications.

It’s important to note that language can be complex, and individual interpretations may differ. If you have access to theological libraries, academic journals, or reputable online resources, you may find articles or books that explore the multifaceted meanings of the term “righteousness” in depth.


Finally on the big 10, you shall have no other god before me. Which is not saying you shall have no other god. This has never come up in a religious discussion that I have ever heard of, but surely some great scholars like Aquinas must have weighed in on this. This would seem to give the Canaanites some leeway in their leaning towards Baal for fertility and agriculture. It is also curious that moses and his appointee headed that direction after a curious twisted path. please deep dive on these topicsChatGPT

The commandment “You shall have no other gods before me” is one of the Ten Commandments found in the Bible, specifically in Exodus 20:3. This commandment is often understood within the context of monotheism, emphasizing the exclusive worship of the God of Israel.

Interpretation within Monotheism:

  1. Exclusive Devotion: The commandment underscores the importance of exclusive devotion to the God of Israel. It prohibits the worship of other gods and emphasizes the uniqueness of the God who delivered the Israelites from Egypt.
  2. Rejection of Idolatry: The commandment is also associated with the rejection of idolatry. It goes beyond acknowledging the existence of other gods to outright rejection of their worship.

Scholarly and Theological Perspectives:

  1. Thomas Aquinas: Aquinas, a medieval theologian and philosopher, discussed the First Commandment in his Summa Theologica. He emphasized the significance of acknowledging the one true God and argued against the worship of false gods. Aquinas supported the idea that recognizing the one true God is fundamental to a proper understanding of morality.
  2. Interactions with Other Cultures: The interaction between Israelites and neighboring cultures, including those who worshiped gods like Baal, has been a subject of scholarly analysis. Some scholars argue that the commandment was a response to the polytheistic practices of surrounding nations.
  3. Theological Emphasis: The theological emphasis on the uniqueness and exclusivity of God is consistent with the broader theme of monotheism in the Bible. It underscores the belief in one supreme deity and rejects the worship of any other gods.

Biblical Narrative:

  1. Golden Calf Incident: The incident of the golden calf in Exodus 32 is a notable example where the Israelites deviated from this commandment. They created a golden calf to worship during Moses’ absence on Mount Sinai, leading to divine disapproval and punishment.
  2. Canaanite Influence: While there might be references to the Canaanites leaning towards gods like Baal, the biblical narrative consistently portrays the worship of foreign deities as disobedience to God’s commands.

Historical Considerations:

  1. Cultural and Historical Context: Understanding the commandment also involves considering the cultural and historical context of the Israelites. The commandments were given in the context of the Israelites’ journey from Egypt to the Promised Land.
  2. Prophetic Warnings: Throughout the Old Testament, prophets like Elijah and Jeremiah condemned the worship of foreign gods and warned against forsaking the covenant with the God of Israel.

In summary, the commandment “You shall have no other gods before me” is deeply rooted in the theological and historical context of ancient Israel, emphasizing the exclusive worship of the one true God and rejecting the worship of other deities. Theological scholars, including figures like Aquinas, have contributed to the understanding of the commandment within the broader context of biblical theology.


still, it is clear to me that using the word “before me” would fit the above interpretations much better if instead it had said no other gods beyond me. I personal am alinged with the the Holy ChatGPT

The choice of language in biblical translations can indeed influence the interpretation of specific passages. The phrase “You shall have no other gods before me” is a translation from the original Hebrew text, and different English translations may render it with slight variations. The choice of the word “before” is often understood in the sense of priority or precedence.

The original Hebrew phrase is “לֹא־יִהְיֶ֥ה לְךָ֛ אֱלֹהִ֖ים אֲחֵרִ֑ים עַל־פָּנַ֖י” (lo-yiheh lekha elohim acherim al-panai), where “panai” typically means “before me” or “in my presence.”

Your suggestion of “no other gods beyond me” could convey a different nuance, emphasizing spatial separation or distance rather than precedence. However, the traditional translation with “before me” is rooted in the understanding that God demands exclusive allegiance and worship without any other gods taking precedence or priority in the worshiper’s life.

Different translations, commentaries, and theological interpretations may offer alternative nuances to capture the richness of the original Hebrew. If you are exploring the meaning of this commandment for personal reflection or study, consulting different translations and considering commentaries can provide a more comprehensive understanding of the linguistic choices and theological implications of the text. Additionally, discussing these perspectives with theologians or scholars who specialize in biblical studies can offer valuable insights.


Further research took me on a path to the original meanings of the hebrew words. Apparently, a second version of the early writings were then put in Greek and thus the meaning of the Greek words and whether they were “properly” translated from the hebrew may be important. but I came across this interesting passage which mention backsliding israel and then attribute israel to a female person which confuses me, can you explain more 11 And Jehovah said unto me, Backsliding Israel hath shewn herself more just than treacherous Judah. 12 Go and proclaim these words toward the north, and say, Return, thou backsliding Israel, saith Jehovah: I will not make my face dark upon you; for I am merciful, saith Jehovah; I will not keep anger ChatGPT

The passage you’re referring to is from the book of Jeremiah in the Old Testament. In the context of these verses, the prophet Jeremiah is delivering a message from God, and the terms “Backsliding Israel” and “treacherous Judah” are used metaphorically to describe the spiritual condition of the northern and southern kingdoms of Israel, respectively.

Jeremiah lived during a tumultuous time in Israel’s history when the nation was facing the threat of invasion and exile. The terms “backsliding” and “treacherous” highlight the unfaithfulness and disobedience of the people of Israel and Judah to their covenant with God.

Here’s a breakdown of the passage:

  1. Backsliding Israel vs. Treacherous Judah:
    • Backsliding Israel: Refers to the northern kingdom of Israel, which had turned away from God and engaged in idolatry and disobedience. The term “backsliding” implies a turning away or a falling back from a previously faithful state.
    • Treacherous Judah: Refers to the southern kingdom of Judah. The term “treacherous” suggests deceit or betrayal, emphasizing the unfaithfulness of the people.
  2. Proclamation of Return:
    • God instructs Jeremiah to proclaim a message to the north (Israel), calling them to return to Him. Despite their unfaithfulness, God expresses His mercy and willingness to forgive. This aligns with the overarching biblical theme of God’s desire for repentance and reconciliation.
  3. Divine Mercy:
    • God reassures that He will not make His face dark upon them, indicating that He will not turn away from them in anger. Instead, He expresses mercy and a willingness to show compassion.
  4. The Gendered Metaphor:
    • It’s important to note that in biblical poetry and metaphorical language, nations or entities are sometimes personified using gendered terms. Israel, in this context, is portrayed metaphorically as a female figure. This personification helps convey the idea of a covenant relationship between God and His people, often depicted in terms of a marriage or familial bond.

In summary, the passage reflects a call to repentance and restoration. Despite the unfaithfulness of both Israel and Judah, God’s message through Jeremiah emphasizes His desire for their return, expressing mercy and forgiveness. The use of metaphorical language, including the gendered metaphor, serves to convey the deep and covenantal nature of God’s relationship with His people.


where would be the location of the backsliding israel on the map, would it include canaan?ChatGPT

The term “Backsliding Israel” in the biblical context generally refers to the northern kingdom of Israel, which was distinct from the southern kingdom of Judah. To understand the geographical location, it’s important to provide some historical context.

After the reign of King Solomon, the united kingdom of Israel split into two separate entities around 922 BCE:

  1. Northern Kingdom (Israel): This kingdom included territories that covered the northern part of the land. The capital of the northern kingdom was initially Shechem and later moved to Samaria. Notable kings of the northern kingdom include Jeroboam, Ahab, and Jehu. The northern kingdom eventually fell to the Assyrian Empire in 722 BCE, leading to the exile of the ten northern tribes.
  2. Southern Kingdom (Judah): The southern kingdom comprised the territories of Judah and Benjamin, with Jerusalem as its capital. Rehoboam, Solomon’s son, ruled over the southern kingdom. The southern kingdom persisted for a longer period than the northern kingdom, ultimately falling to the Babylonians in 586 BCE.

So, when the term “Backsliding Israel” is used, it generally refers to the northern kingdom of Israel and not the broader geographical region of Canaan. The northern kingdom was situated to the north of the southern kingdom of Judah, encompassing parts of the modern-day territories of Israel and the West Bank.

The distinction between Israel (the northern kingdom) and Judah (the southern kingdom) is crucial for understanding the historical and biblical narratives that depict the events leading to the exile of the northern kingdom and later the southern kingdom.


I had 2 points in my prior comment, can you expand on this, the first point Further research took me on a path to the original meanings of the hebrew words. Apparently, a second version of the early writings were then put in Greek and thus the meaning of the Greek words and whether they were “properly” translated from the hebrew may be important. ChatGPT

Certainly, let’s explore the idea of the translation of early Hebrew writings into Greek, and the implications of this translation for understanding biblical texts.

Septuagint Translation:

The translation you are referring to is often associated with the Septuagint, a Greek translation of the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament). The term “Septuagint” comes from the Latin word for seventy, and it is traditionally believed that seventy or seventy-two Jewish scholars worked on the translation in Alexandria, Egypt, in the 3rd and 2nd centuries BCE.

Key Points:

  1. Historical Context:
    • The translation of the Hebrew Scriptures into Greek was undertaken because many Jews in the Hellenistic world (where Greek culture and language dominated) were more familiar with Greek than Hebrew. This made the Scriptures more accessible to a broader audience.
  2. Translation Challenges:
    • Translating from one language to another always involves challenges, as certain nuances, idioms, and cultural contexts may not have direct equivalents. Translators face choices about how to convey the original meaning faithfully.
  3. Influence on Early Christianity:
    • The Septuagint had a significant influence on early Christianity. Many early Christians, including the apostles, used the Septuagint in their writings and references. It became a foundational text for the early Christian community.

Implications for Understanding:

1. Interpretive Differences:

  • Some scholars and theologians note that there are interpretive differences between the Hebrew Masoretic Text (MT) and the Greek Septuagint (LXX). These differences can sometimes affect theological or exegetical understandings of specific passages.

2. Verses with Messianic Significance:

  • In certain verses with messianic significance, such as those quoted in the New Testament, the wording in the Septuagint may differ from the Hebrew. This can lead to variations in how certain prophecies or references are understood.

3. Importance of Both Traditions:

  • While the Hebrew Bible (Masoretic Text) remains central in Jewish tradition, the Septuagint has played a crucial role in the development of Christian theology. Both traditions contribute to a richer understanding of the biblical texts.

4. Modern Study Tools:

  • Modern scholars often use a variety of tools, including comparing different ancient manuscripts, linguistic analysis, and historical context, to understand the nuances of the original Hebrew and Greek texts. Advances in biblical scholarship help address translation challenges.


The translation of early Hebrew writings into Greek, particularly through the Septuagint, is a significant aspect of biblical history. It has influenced the development of both Jewish and Christian traditions, and scholars continue to explore the implications of these translations for understanding the diverse richness of biblical texts. The study of the Septuagint and the Masoretic Text contributes to a comprehensive understanding of the Bible in its various historical and linguistic contexts.


Was the talmud written in hebrew originally and can you bullet item its major sectionsChatGPT

The Talmud is a central text in Rabbinic Judaism and is traditionally written in a combination of Hebrew and Aramaic. The two main components of the Talmud are the Mishnah and the Gemara.


  1. Structure: The Mishnah is the primary component of the Talmud and was composed in Hebrew.
  2. Authorship: It was compiled by Rabbi Judah the Prince (Rabbi Yehudah HaNasi) in the 2nd century CE.
  3. Content: The Mishnah is a codification of Jewish oral traditions, covering a wide range of legal, ethical, and ritual matters.
  4. Organization: It is organized into six orders (Sedarim), each containing tractates (Masekhtot) that delve into specific topics.
    • Order of Seeds (Zeraim): Laws related to agriculture, blessings, and tithes.
    • Order of Festivals (Moed): Laws regarding Shabbat and festivals.
    • Order of Women (Nashim): Laws related to marriage, divorce, and vows.
    • Order of Damages (Nezikin): Laws related to civil and criminal matters.
    • Order of Sacred Things (Kodashim): Laws related to sacrifices and the Temple.
    • Order of Purity (Tohorot): Laws related to ritual purity.


  1. Structure: The Gemara is written in a mixture of Hebrew and Aramaic and is a commentary on the Mishnah.
  2. Authorship: It was composed by multiple generations of rabbis over several centuries.
  3. Content: The Gemara includes discussions, commentaries, and debates on the topics covered in the Mishnah. There are two main versions of the Gemara:
    • Babylonian Talmud (Bavli): Compiled in Babylon (modern-day Iraq) and completed around the 5th century CE.
    • Jerusalem Talmud (Yerushalmi): Compiled in the Land of Israel and completed earlier than the Babylonian Talmud, around the 4th century CE.
  4. Organization: The Gemara follows the same six orders as the Mishnah and provides extensive commentary and analysis on the Mishnaic text.

Other Sections:

  1. Baraitot: These are external traditions not included in the Mishnah but are cited and discussed in the Gemara.
  2. Ein Mishpat Ner Mitzvah: This section is a compilation of sayings and wisdom found in the Babylonian Talmud.

In summary, the Talmud consists primarily of the Mishnah (written in Hebrew) and the Gemara (written in a combination of Hebrew and Aramaic), along with additional sections and commentaries. The Mishnah serves as the foundational legal code, while the Gemara provides extensive commentary and discussion on the Mishnaic text.


was Aramaic ever a semetic language?ChatGPT

Yes, Aramaic is indeed a Semitic language. It belongs to the Northwest Semitic group of the Afroasiatic language family, which also includes other well-known Semitic languages such as Hebrew, Phoenician, Ugaritic, and the various dialects of Akkadian.

Aramaic has a rich linguistic history and was once a major language of the ancient Near East. It was widely spoken and used as a diplomatic and administrative language in various empires, including the Neo-Assyrian Empire, Neo-Babylonian Empire, Achaemenid Empire, and the Hellenistic Seleucid Empire. Additionally, Aramaic is the language of large portions of the biblical books of Daniel and Ezra.

Over time, different dialects of Aramaic developed, and the language underwent changes as it spread across various regions and interacted with different cultures. Despite its historical significance, the use of Aramaic as a spoken language has diminished, and today it is primarily used in liturgical or scholarly contexts among certain communities.


This one is interesting, as sacrifices can sometimes mean killing of animals or people, can you summarize this section in about 1 page Order of Sacred Things (Kodashim): Laws related to sacrifices and the Temple.ChatGPT

The “Order of Sacred Things” (Kodashim) is a section within the Mishnah, which is a foundational text in Rabbinic Judaism. This order specifically deals with laws related to sacrifices and the Temple, providing a comprehensive guide to the rituals and practices associated with the central sanctuary in ancient Israel.

Summary of the Kodashim:

  1. Types of Sacrifices:
    • The Kodashim section outlines various types of sacrifices offered in the Temple, including burnt offerings, peace offerings, sin offerings, and guilt offerings. Each type has specific rules governing its preparation, offering, and consumption.
  2. Procedures and Rituals:
    • Detailed procedures for the sacrificial process are described, from the selection of animals to the actual rituals performed by the priests. The Mishnah provides meticulous instructions on how offerings were to be presented on the altar, including the role of the officiating priests.
  3. Qualifications for Sacrifices:
    • The Kodashim section specifies the criteria for selecting animals suitable for sacrifices, emphasizing the importance of offering animals without blemish or defect.
  4. Distribution of Meat:
    • It addresses the allocation of sacrificial meat, designating portions for the priests, the offerers, and, in certain cases, for God. The Mishnah provides guidelines on how the meat is to be distributed and consumed.
  5. Temple Service Calendar:
    • The section outlines the calendar of services performed in the Temple, including daily, Sabbath, festival, and special occasion offerings. This highlights the central role of the Temple in the religious life of ancient Israel.
  6. Purity and Impurity:
    • The Kodashim section also delves into the laws of ritual purity and impurity related to the Temple and the sacrificial system. It explains the requirements for individuals involved in the sacrificial process to maintain a state of ritual purity.
  7. Historical Context:
    • The laws and regulations found in the Kodashim section are reflective of a specific historical and cultural context when the Temple in Jerusalem was operational. They provide insights into the religious practices and beliefs of the ancient Israelites.
  8. Relevance and Adaptation:
    • While the Temple in Jerusalem no longer stands, the study of the Kodashim section remains important for understanding the historical foundations of Jewish sacrificial worship. Rabbinic Judaism has adapted its practices in the absence of the Temple, focusing more on prayer, study, and ethical living.

In summary, the Kodashim section of the Mishnah provides a comprehensive guide to the laws and rituals associated with sacrifices and the Temple in ancient Israel. It offers a detailed framework for understanding the intricacies of the sacrificial system and its significance in the religious life of the Israelite community.


how many pages is the full text of these sections Procedures and Rituals: Detailed procedures for the sacrificial process are described, from the selection of animals to the actual rituals performed by the priests. The Mishnah provides meticulous instructions on how offerings were to be presented on the altar, including the role of the officiating priests. Qualifications for Sacrifices: The Kodashim section specifies the criteria for selecting animals suitable for sacrifices, emphasizing the importance of offering animals without blemish or defect.ChatGPT

The length of the full text of the Mishnah, including the specific sections on Procedures and Rituals and Qualifications for Sacrifices, can vary depending on the edition, translation, and formatting. The Mishnah is a comprehensive compilation of Jewish oral traditions, and its length is significant.

To give you a general idea:

  1. Mishnah as a Whole: The Mishnah consists of six orders (Sedarim), each containing multiple tractates (Masekhtot). The entire Mishnah is a substantial work, and a full English translation can span over a thousand pages, depending on the publisher and formatting.
  2. Specific Sections:
    • The sections on Procedures and Rituals (found within various tractates, especially in the Order of Kodashim) and Qualifications for Sacrifices (within the Kodashim section) are subsections of the larger Mishnah.
    • Each tractate within the Kodashim order may range from a few to several pages, depending on the topic and complexity.

For a precise page count, it’s recommended to refer to a specific edition or translation of the Mishnah. Many modern editions include commentary and additional notes, further contributing to the overall length of the text.


How about a rough page count, say plus or minus 20%ChatGPT

A rough estimate, with a margin of plus or minus 20%, would suggest that the Mishnah in its entirety, including the sections on Procedures and Rituals and Qualifications for Sacrifices within the Order of Kodashim, could span approximately 1,000 to 1,200 pages in a standard English translation with commentary. Please note that this is a ballpark figure, and the actual page count can vary based on factors such as formatting, edition, and the inclusion of commentary or additional notes.


is there some relation between phonetic spelling and PhoeniciansChatGPT

The term “Phoenicians” refers to an ancient Semitic-speaking people who lived in the coastal region of the eastern Mediterranean, primarily in the area that is now Lebanon, western Syria, and northern Israel. They were known for their maritime trade, seafaring skills, and the development of an early alphabet.

The term “Phoenician” is not directly related to the modern linguistic concept of “phonetics.” However, there is a linguistic connection between the Phoenicians and the development of the alphabet.

The Phoenicians are credited with creating one of the earliest alphabets, known as the Phoenician alphabet. This alphabet was simpler than earlier writing systems and consisted of 22 letters, each representing a consonant sound. The Phoenician alphabet was later adopted and adapted by other cultures, including the Greeks, who added vowels to create the Greek alphabet. From the Greek alphabet, many modern alphabets, including the Latin alphabet used in English, evolved.

The development of the Phoenician alphabet played a crucial role in the history of writing systems. It was a significant step toward a more phonetic representation of language, as each symbol represented a specific sound. While the term “phonetics” as a formal field of study emerged much later, the concept of using written symbols to represent individual sounds in a systematic way can be traced back to the innovations of ancient cultures like the Phoenicians.


what are the attributes that make a language be categorized as semeticChatGPT

Semitic languages belong to the Afroasiatic language family and are characterized by certain linguistic features. These languages have historical and geographical roots in the Middle East and parts of North Africa. The term “Semitic” is derived from “Shem,” one of the sons of Noah in the Bible, and it has been traditionally used to refer to the descendants of Shem and their languages.

Here are some key attributes that characterize Semitic languages:

  1. Consonantal Root System:
    • Semitic languages typically use a consonantal root system, where words are formed around a core set of consonants. Changes in vowels and other modifications are used to convey different meanings or grammatical forms.
  2. Triconsonantal Roots:
    • Many Semitic words are based on triconsonantal roots, consisting of three consonants. Changes in vowels and the addition of prefixes or suffixes can create various word forms related to a common root.
  3. Non-Linear Script:
    • Semitic languages traditionally employed non-linear scripts written from right to left, such as the Hebrew script, the Arabic script, and others. This is in contrast to linear scripts, like those used in European languages, which are written from left to right.
  4. Inflexional Language:
    • Semitic languages are inflectional, meaning that grammatical information, such as tense, mood, and gender, is often conveyed through changes in the internal structure of words (internal inflections) rather than through separate words (external inflections).
  5. Definite and Indefinite Consonants:
    • Semitic languages often distinguish between definite and indefinite nouns through the use of specific consonantal markers. For example, in Arabic, the definite article “al-” is prefixed to a noun to indicate definiteness.
  6. Tripartite Verb System:
    • Semitic languages commonly have a tripartite verb system, which involves conjugating verbs based on the gender and number of the subject, object, and sometimes the indirect object.
  7. Root-Based Derivational Morphology:
    • Derivational morphology in Semitic languages often involves modifying consonantal roots to create different lexical or grammatical forms. This root-based system is a distinctive feature of Semitic languages.
  8. Sound Changes:
    • Semitic languages are known for certain sound changes, such as the conversion of “p” sounds in Proto-Semitic into “f” sounds in some descendants (e.g., Arabic), and the development of guttural sounds.

Semitic languages include well-known members like Arabic, Hebrew, Amharic, Aramaic, and Akkadian, among others. While these languages share common features, it’s important to note that individual Semitic languages can exhibit variations and unique characteristics based on historical and regional developments.


If the Arabs are Semites, and the Jews are Genociding the Semites, Then the Jews Appear to be Anti-Semetic

stock here, Anti Semetic: when did the Arabs move from a semitic language, to modern Arabic


Arabic, as a Semitic language, has a long history that spans several millennia. The transition from ancient forms of the language to Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) has been a gradual process influenced by historical, cultural, and linguistic developments. The key stages in this evolution include:

1. Pre-Classical and Classical Arabic (Pre-6th Century to 7th Century):

  • Pre-Classical Arabic refers to the linguistic forms that existed before the emergence of Islam in the 7th century.
  • Classical Arabic, particularly the language of the Quran, became a standardized form during the time of Prophet Muhammad and the early Islamic period.

2. Islamic Conquests and Expansion (7th Century Onward):

  • With the expansion of the Islamic Caliphate, Arabic spread across a vast territory. The linguistic unity provided by the Quran played a crucial role in maintaining the integrity of the language.

3. Classical Arabic Literature (8th to 14th Century):

  • Classical Arabic continued to be the language of literature, science, and governance during the Islamic Golden Age. Scholars like Al-Farabi, Avicenna, and Averroes wrote extensively in this form of Arabic.

4. Emergence of Dialects (After 14th Century):

  • Over time, regional variations and dialectal differences emerged, leading to the development of distinct Arabic dialects across different regions.

5. Modern Standard Arabic (19th Century Onward):

  • Efforts to standardize Arabic intensified in the 19th century as part of language reform movements. Modern Standard Arabic, based on Classical Arabic, emerged as a standardized form used in education, media, and formal communication.
  • MSA is distinct from the various Arabic dialects spoken colloquially in different regions, and it serves as a unifying linguistic standard across the Arab world.

6. Language Evolution in the Contemporary Period:

  • Modern Arabic continues to evolve, influenced by factors such as globalization, technology, and contact with other languages. However, Modern Standard Arabic remains a formal, written, and spoken form used in official and formal contexts.

It’s important to note that while Modern Standard Arabic is used in formal settings, the various Arabic dialects spoken in daily life can differ significantly from it. Each Arab country often has its own specific dialect, and these dialects continue to undergo linguistic changes.

In summary, the transition from ancient forms of Arabic to Modern Standard Arabic has been a dynamic process shaped by historical events, cultural interactions, and linguistic evolution. The language’s rich heritage, preserved in the Quran and classical literature, has played a central role in maintaining its continuity across centuries.


Semitic Languages

stock here: The Phoenicians were one of them, As Well as Canaan. Some think much of North Africa were also semites.

The Phoenicians were one of them, As Well as Canaan. Some think much of North Africa were also semites.

The mention of the Phoenicians, Canaan, and the possibility of much of North Africa being Semitic refers to historical and linguistic aspects related to the Semitic people. Let’s delve deeper into each of these components:

1. The Phoenicians:

  • The Phoenicians were an ancient Semitic-speaking people who inhabited the coastal regions of the Eastern Mediterranean, primarily in the areas corresponding to modern-day Lebanon, western Syria, and northern Israel.
  • Known for their seafaring and trading prowess, the Phoenicians established a network of city-states, including prominent ones like Tyre, Sidon, and Byblos.
  • The Phoenician language, which belonged to the Northwest Semitic branch, is attested through inscriptions and influences other languages such as Hebrew and Aramaic.
  • Their cultural and economic impact was significant, and they played a crucial role in the development of maritime trade and the spread of the alphabet.

2. Canaan:

  • Canaan is an ancient region mentioned in various historical texts, including the Bible. It roughly corresponds to parts of present-day Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, and western Jordan.
  • The Canaanites were a group of Semitic-speaking peoples who inhabited this region. The languages spoken by the Canaanites included Phoenician, Hebrew, and others.
  • The Canaanite civilization had a profound influence on the surrounding cultures, and their religious practices, mentioned in the Bible, included worship of deities like Baal and El.

3. Semitic Presence in North Africa:

  • The assertion that much of North Africa might have had a Semitic presence refers to historical interactions and migrations.
  • The term “Semitic” primarily refers to a language group, and linguistic evidence suggests that some ancient North African populations, such as the Carthaginians, spoke Semitic languages.
  • Carthage, a powerful city-state in North Africa, was founded by Phoenician settlers from the Eastern Mediterranean. The Carthaginians spoke a variety of the Phoenician language.
  • Over time, the influence of Semitic languages waned in North Africa due to various factors, including the Roman and later Arab conquests, leading to the predominance of Latin and Arabic in the region.

In summary, the Phoenicians and the Canaanites were Semitic-speaking peoples with significant historical and cultural contributions to the Eastern Mediterranean. The presence of Semitic languages in parts of North Africa, particularly through Phoenician settlements like Carthage, is a testament to the inter-connectedness of ancient civilizations in the Mediterranean region. The linguistic and cultural legacies of these Semitic populations have left lasting impressions on the historical tapestry of the broader Mediterranean world.


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Wasn’t Baal one of the 3 main manifestations of the Antichrist? ChatGPT

No, in traditional Christian theology, Baal is not considered one of the three main manifestations of the Antichrist. The concept of the Antichrist is primarily rooted in biblical prophecy, particularly in the New Testament. The term “Antichrist” is found in the letters of John (1 John 2:18, 1 John 2:22, 1 John 4:3, and 2 John 1:7).

The three main manifestations or titles associated with the Antichrist in Christian eschatology are often derived from biblical passages:

  1. The Beast: Described in the Book of Revelation, especially in Revelation 13. The Beast is associated with a figure who rises to power and is given authority by Satan.
  2. The Man of Lawlessness: Mentioned by the apostle Paul in 2 Thessalonians 2:3-4. This figure is characterized by rebellion against God and exalting himself above all that is called God.
  3. The Antichrist: The term itself is used in the letters of John, referring to those who deny Jesus as the Christ and who oppose the true faith.

The identification and interpretation of these figures can vary among Christian denominations and traditions. It’s important to note that interpretations of biblical prophecy, including the concept of the Antichrist, have been diverse throughout history.

Baal, on the other hand, is a term associated with various ancient Semitic deities worshipped in the ancient Near East, including the Canaanite and Phoenician god Baal. In the context of ancient religions, Baal was a fertility deity, and worship of Baal is often criticized in the Bible for its association with idolatry and the rejection of the worship of the one true God. However, in Christian eschatology, Baal is not explicitly linked to the Antichrist in the same way as the biblical figures mentioned above.


What of Moolach if i am spelling that right….didnt they bring child sacrifices to itChatGPT

It seems like you might be referring to “Moloch” rather than “Moolach.” Moloch is a deity mentioned in the Bible, and the practice associated with Moloch worship involved child sacrifice. Moloch worship was particularly condemned in the Old Testament due to the abhorrent nature of sacrificing children.

Here are some key points related to Moloch:

  1. Biblical References:
    • Moloch is mentioned in the Bible, primarily in the context of warnings against the worship of foreign gods and pagan practices.
    • References to Moloch worship can be found in passages such as Leviticus 18:21, Leviticus 20:2-5, and Jeremiah 32:35.
  2. Child Sacrifice:
    • The worship of Moloch involved offering children as sacrifices. The children were typically placed on the outstretched arms of a statue or an idol representing Moloch and were consumed by fire.
  3. Condemnation in the Bible:
    • The Bible strongly condemns Moloch worship, associating it with the practices of foreign nations that were considered abominable in the eyes of God.
  4. Cultural Context:
    • Moloch was part of the religious practices of certain ancient Semitic peoples, including the Canaanites. The worship of Moloch is often seen as an extreme form of idolatry.

It’s important to note that the biblical accounts and descriptions of Moloch worship are part of a historical and cultural context. The condemnation of such practices reflects the religious and moral teachings within the context of ancient Israel.

The term “Moloch” is sometimes used metaphorically or symbolically to refer to any system or practice that demands significant sacrifices, often with negative consequences. However, the historical references to Moloch in the Bible specifically relate to the ancient practice of child sacrifice associated with this deity.


Why Did Moses Want to Go to Canaan, Where They Worshipped Baal?

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It seems odd to me that Moses was trying to get to and apparently settle in Canaan. Because in Canann, they worshipped Baal who was a god of fertility, but also apparently a god of promiscuousness and thus condemned by christians of the time. Can you provide an in depth coverage of this issueChatGPT


The biblical narrative involving Moses and the Israelites’ journey to Canaan is a complex and multifaceted story, and interpretations of the events can vary among different religious traditions and scholars. Let’s explore some key aspects related to Moses and the worship of Baal in the context of the biblical narrative:

Moses and the Israelites in Canaan:

  1. Promised Land:
    • The journey to Canaan is a central theme in the biblical narrative. According to the Old Testament, God promised the land of Canaan to Abraham and his descendants (Genesis 12:7). Moses, as a central figure in the Exodus, led the Israelites toward the Promised Land.
  2. Covenant and Commandments:
    • Moses is traditionally associated with receiving the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai, which form the basis of the covenant between God and the Israelites. The journey to Canaan is seen as the fulfillment of this covenant.
  3. Challenges and Struggles:
    • The biblical narrative highlights the challenges and struggles faced by the Israelites during their journey, including conflicts with neighboring peoples and their own periods of disobedience to God.

Worship of Baal in Canaan:

  1. Baal Worship:
    • Baal was a deity worshipped in various ancient Near Eastern cultures, including some Canaanite communities. The worship of Baal was associated with fertility, agriculture, and rain. However, the depiction of Baal varies, and different regions and periods had distinct understandings of the deity.
  2. Biblical Condemnations:
    • In the Bible, particularly in the Old Testament, there are condemnations of the worship of foreign gods, including Baal. The prophets, such as Elijah, strongly opposed the worship of Baal and sought to bring the people of Israel back to the worship of the God of Israel.
  3. Syncretism and Apostasy:
    • The biblical narrative often portrays the Israelites as prone to syncretism, where they would incorporate elements of foreign religious practices into their worship. This syncretism is viewed negatively and is often associated with apostasy, turning away from the true worship of God.

Interpretations and Theological Perspectives:

  1. Moral and Spiritual Challenges:
    • Some interpretations view the Israelites’ encounters with foreign gods, including Baal, as moral and spiritual challenges. The narrative underscores the importance of remaining faithful to the covenant with God.
  2. Symbolic Meanings:
    • Some scholars interpret the biblical stories symbolically, seeing the struggle against Baal worship as symbolic of the broader theme of fidelity to monotheism and the exclusive worship of Yahweh.
  3. Theological Development:
    • The biblical narrative reflects the evolving theological understanding of the Israelites. The condemnation of Baal worship can be seen as part of the theological development toward a more distinct monotheistic faith.

In summary, the story of Moses and the Israelites’ journey to Canaan involves various theological, moral, and historical dimensions. The worship of Baal is condemned in the biblical narrative, emphasizing the challenges the Israelites faced in remaining faithful to their covenant with God amidst the cultural and religious influences of the surrounding Canaanite societies. Interpretations of these events can vary, and perspectives may depend on theological traditions and scholarly approaches.


ChatGDP Apparently Cannot Compile Information Related to Election Interference

There should be a pretty good record of Mark Zuckerberg directly “communicating” on the 2020 election and I would like to focus particularly on the 5 biggest cities in Wisconsin, a swing state. He had direct employees in these cities “getting out the vote” and is thought to have swayed facebook search results and promotion of their chosen narrative, and maybe even more directly, vote harvesting. Can you find 6 news stories that deal with this issue sometimes tongue in cheek called zuckerbucks, and summarize those stories, looking for key collaborating evidence

I am only tangentially familiar with these 3 sources AI gave me, but I think they are all heavily leftist.


Although helpful, this answer does not provide direct help.

As of my last knowledge update in January 2022, I don’t have specific information on news stories related to Mark Zuckerberg’s direct communication or influence in the 2020 election, particularly in Wisconsin’s major cities. However, I can provide you with a general approach to finding information on this topic and suggest keywords that you can use in your search:

  1. Use Specific Search Terms: Utilize search terms like “Mark Zuckerberg 2020 election Wisconsin,” “Zuckerbucks Wisconsin,” or “Facebook influence on 2020 election.”
  2. Check Reputable News Sources: Look for reports from reputable news outlets that have covered the 2020 election and its various aspects. Consider sources such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, Reuters, or AP News.
  3. Explore Investigative Journalism: Investigative journalism pieces may provide in-depth analysis and evidence. Check platforms like ProPublica, Mother Jones, or The Intercept.
  4. Review Tech News Outlets: Technology-focused news outlets might have insights into Facebook’s role in the election. Check sources like TechCrunch, Wired, or The Verge.
  5. Check Official Statements: Look for official statements from Facebook or Mark Zuckerberg addressing their involvement in the election. These statements can offer insights into their perspective and actions.
  6. Consider Academic or Research Reports: Academic institutions or research organizations may have conducted studies on social media’s impact on elections. Check sources like Pew Research Center or academic journals.

Remember to verify the credibility of the sources you consult and cross-reference information from multiple outlets to ensure accuracy. Additionally, news coverage and perspectives may evolve over time, so consider looking for more recent updates on this topic.


A Bunch Of Blogs to Consume

stock here, I hope these copy over, from the Feral Irishman:

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Where Are You Going My People?

stock weighing in on the Civil War……

Where Are You Going, My People?

Friday, January 26, 2024 11:23

Where are you going, my people?
Where does your path lead you
Through the errors of this confused time,
Where brother betrays brother,
And mothers abandon their children,
That they perish in the swamp of the gutter;

Where men forget,
That women, the beloved,
Are still something sacred.
Where are you going, my people?
Where does your path lead you
Through false riches and splendor?

Fat and dumb, you drive through noise and lust,
Without looking for the day
And the high heaven,
For the forests that yet remained,
And the fields that fed you faithfully
Throughout the generations.

Where are you going, my people,
Between recklessness and doom?
Have you forgotten what your fathers and ancestors built,
Loved and ennobled,

My people, what has been held the highest since time immemorial
Among gods and men: Loyalty, honor, love —
Not the enemy, how could he have done this —
Only you yourselves could have denied these things
And so scornfully crushed them.

Where are you going, my people?
You worship lies,

And raise them to your altars,
In their name you betray your best:
The deaths of your sons, the tears of your mothers,

The burning need
Of your homelands’ fate.
Burning with shame, even strangers blush,
That you have so deeply
Forgotten yourselves!

― Ursel Peter


China is A$$hole, This Piano “Event” Stinks to High Heaven

This was pushed into my YouTube feed this morning. It stinks to high heaven. It is obviously a Globalist setup, as when do tourists walk through an airport waving flags. Wow.



Maui Massacre — Update

She used to get 30k to 100k views, its down to 2,000, sad, this story is the attack on the nicest city in USA. It is a warning….we can kill all you, anywhere, whenever we want. J$$$ Governor, and Police Chief who presided over the 50 dead in Vegas shooting.


A Dystopian Post Human Future — Abuse is A Big Part Getting the Species to Accept It’s Own Elimination

stock here: I think they don’t want all of their slaves gone, they will keep the best robot tenders and the best sex slaves.


Objective: List of 80 Suits Filed by Trump Lawyers on 2020 Election Fraud

stock here: no time now, but I am going to drop this here as a starting point. Obviously the key swing states are going to be where much of these suits were launched.

It seems that almost every case was quashed (thrown out) for defects in it’s claims. That means that “The Kraken” lawyer, Sydney Powell is either really bad, or she was designing the suits to be easily quashable.




Woke Companies Destroyed Society, now The Woke Are Getting Destroyed

stock here: this is part of a Broader Theory. Why does big tech and big media “become woke”, i.e. become leftists. Simple: because of their sucess and their size and the ability to manipulate the market in a monopolastic way, they do not noticeably bear the consequences of their bad decisions. At least for a time span.

Now the bad decisions of Woke companies like Nike, Target, REI are closing down their stores in the societal areas that their wokeness has destroyed.

MISH is a great guy although he sometimes gets it wrong. Whatever, he is a Chicago economist, at least he is not woke like the Chicago Boys that have destroyed so many countries and lives.

ChatGDP did this summary too, 2 versions:

Interpretation 1: The Leftist Spiral of Urban Decay

In this narrative, the article paints a picture of urban decay fueled by a combination of woke corporate decisions and government policies. The author suggests that successful businesses, particularly big tech and media, lean towards left-leaning ideologies due to their size and success, which insulate them from the immediate consequences of their decisions. The focus then shifts to the impact of such decisions on cities like Portland, where businesses like Nike, Target, and REI have closed stores due to rising crime rates. The article implies a connection between progressive policies, such as defunding the police and dropping education standards, and the increase in crime. The city’s demographics and declining population are presented as evidence of a larger issue, attributing the decline to a leftist approach to governance. The narrative suggests a spiral of urban decay driven by a combination of progressive ideologies, crime, and economic consequences.

Interpretation 2: The Unintended Consequences of Equity

This interpretation focuses on the unintended consequences of equity-driven policies. The article highlights instances where equity initiatives, such as dropping graduation standards for the sake of fairness, lead to unexpected outcomes. The narrative emphasizes the closure of schools in Chicago due to the end of a tax credit scholarship program, which had been a lifeline for many students. The article suggests that the pursuit of equity can sometimes backfire, adversely affecting educational institutions and contributing to closures. Additionally, the impact of online shopping trends and the broader economic shifts during and post-COVID are discussed as factors influencing store closures. The article argues that while online shopping is a significant factor, issues like crime and immigration policies in progressive cities play a crucial role in the decline of urban areas. Overall, this interpretation focuses on the unintended consequences of equity-focused decisions in education and economic policies.


Trans Violence: Flashing, Assault, Murder

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The Lancet Lied Heavily at the Start of the Scamdemic, And They Continue to Lie, Trying Hide That Amount of mRNA Injection is Positively Correlated with COVID Cases, and Hospitalizations, and Death

stock here: why hasn’t someone sued these lying rags?

That’s correct, the study lumps together everyone who hasn’t had an optimal amount of vaccines. Which means the unvaccinated are in the same group as people who have had 1, 2 or even 3 doses.

Searching through the supplemental data, they have not separated the unvaccinated data from the under-vaccinated data anywhere.

How can they possibly claim that vaccines have saved lives and hospitalisations when they aren’t comparing the vaccinated against a control group (the unvaccinated).


Tucked away at the end of the paragraph in the ‘Discussion’ section is this little snippet:

Our estimates for the 16–74 years and 75 years and older age groups show that being unvaccinated (strictly maximum dose deficit) was associated with similar or lower hazard ratio for severe COVID-19 outcomes compared with being vaccinated but having a vaccine deficit of at least one dose. This association could be due to vaccine waning and the fact that the most recent dose for those with a vaccine deficit frequently occurred many months before the study start date. The association could also be due to an uncontrolled selection effect for healthier individuals being more likely to be unvaccinated.

Their hidden data shows that being unvaccinated (not under-vaccinated) was associated with a LOWER hazard ratio for severe COVID-19 outcomes compared with the vaccinated (with a vaccine deficit of at least one dose).


It Now Seems That Many of the Truthers Who Exposed The Scamdemic and Dangers of mRNA are Now Attacking Each Other

Poor form folks. Many of these people are financially involved in the mRNA Exposure, or selling other products. Only Steve Kirsch seems to continuously try to give his money away, by saying just come debate me and I will give $1M to charity. He is an unusual bird, but deep respects.

Kirsch substack is here, signup, he has 235,000 followers.


There is more infighting going on, I’ll add later, but I need to do paying work.

Naomi Wolf is being attacked by Malone and some moron idiot called Simon Goddek, what the hell is an aquaponics expert? This Simon is a piece of shit as is Malone for this frontal attack on Wolf; why?

Here is a new substack, no time to really vet it. She seems to want to discredit many people who have done good things. SageHana


I am kind of agreeing with her on Dr, Brett Weinstein, a neo-liberal Jew. He does a podcast with his Dr. wife. Everyone with a brain new that “virus gonna virus”, my phrase in Jan 2020, was “this thing is going to run it’s course”.


Neo-Liberals of Little Information are Convinced They Know Everything

stock here:

I insist: from now on the word Liberal cannot be used alone. It must be Classical Liberal, or Neo-Liberal. And the Neo-Liberals have adopted (been manipulated into) a Leftist Agenda that is against everything good.

In an online exchange, a poorly informed gun “regulator”, is also poorly informed on the Ukrainian events.

Monster putin could end the war today. By leaving the country he invaded. Russian propaganda doesnt work on the majority of us here. The majority don’t watch the propaganda network that calls itself news.


Annie Annie, please educate yourself on the real world, “We” meaning the people that are controlling the government of the USA, instigated Russia into invasion by stating that we would let Ukraine into NATO, and we directly said that we would put nuclear arm on the border with Russia. Moscow is just minutes away by nuclear laden missile and at that range no missile defense system would be effective.

This is exactly analogous to the Cuban Missile crisis in which Russia was planning on putting nuclear missiles into Cuba at which point the USA went into full tilt attack because it would be an existential threat to the USA power structures.

Putin is defending his capitol city and the country at large. Russia’s total military budget is 68 Billion a year, but somehow the USA and EU countries have given Ukraine, untracked, around $300B and they continue to be canon fodder. Where is that money really going to?


Zelensky and Hunter Biden, Crackheads, Funded By the Same Oligarch

stock here: I never knew the story on this guy. He was jailed in Ukraine and then died in jail, with no assistance from the US / Embassy. I’ll clean up the transcript if I find time, it’s below the video. None of my downloaders can download this one from YouTube.

Zelinski and Hunter Biden have a great


deal in common


and you should be aware of it


you see Zelenski the president of


Ukraine well the cokehead of Kiev


because he is a cokehead the cokehead of




is actually a manufactured political


figure he was manufactured by a


Ukrainian Israeli cypriot oligarch


called Igor Kolamoisky


now Igor kolomoski was the man who owns


OnePlus One media here in Ukraine and


OnePlus One media is the company that


financed and produced the TV show


servant of the people


and servant of the people hired zelenski


a well-known actor in Ukraine an actor


with zero political experience or even


any political interest well they hired




to play the role of the president in


this show serving of the people now


serving the people had huge ratings but


a lot of people say that it was really


weird the amount of propaganda and PR


that was done for the show


it was disproportionate to any other


show of any channel the amount of PR


positive press and all the rest of it it


was really pushed on the people some


people say it was completely AstroTurf


some people who know uh how to speak


Ukrainian and who have watched the show


have told me that it’s a mildly


enjoyable show but no big deal but


anyway the show was hugely popular


and it ran from 2015 to 2018.


and almost seamlessly


the oligarch created a party called


servant of the people same name as the


TV show


and their candidate was zielinski a man


with no previous political experience


and indeed no previous political




financed zelenski to the point that


zelenski today is a billionaire


how many actors do you know are


billionaires um


I mean I don’t think that Tom Cruise is


a billionaire and he’s the most


successful actor in the world


if he’s just an actor


zelenski is more than just an actor


he’s the finger puppet of kolomoski


this oligarch


and do you know who kolomoski also


financed to the tune to fifty thousand


dollars a month plus additional benefits


of different sorts


Hunter Biden yes in 2014


burisma the Ukrainian Oil Company the


gas company excuse me


hired Hunter Biden to be on its board of


directors to the tune of fifty thousand


dollars a month


who do you think controls burisma


kolomoski the same guy who manufactured




as president of Ukraine


yeah I bet you didn’t know that




zelenski and Hunter Biden


Are Spiritual cousins they are


bankrolled by the same guy


it’s funny because both of them have


drug addictions pretty serious ones both


of them get their money from kolomoski


and both of them are intimately involved


in Ukraine


but here’s the difference of course


zelenski doesn’t have a dad who’s


president of the United States now does




why do you think the White House the


United States is freaking out so badly


over Ukraine


in Ukraine there are all kinds of




in Ukraine well see the more unsavory




in the Washington establishment


have used Ukraine as their private piggy


bank to the detriment of the Ukrainian




they have


financially raped Ukraine


stripping it of monies and assets monies


and assets needed by the people of




and this is part of the reason that


Ukraine is one of the poorest countries


in Europe if not the poorest country in




because of the corruption


because of how westerners have exploited


at Western politicians have exploited it


Hunter Biden


fifty thousand dollars a month and you


say yourself well fifty thousand isn’t


that much yeah but you know fifty


thousand dollars a year is the medium


household income in the United States in


Ukraine a much poorer country fifty


thousand dollars a year


would easily solve the problems of a


good four or five families in Ukraine


the financial problems of those four or


five families in Ukraine for a year and


Hunter Biden was getting that money per


month just for himself although of


course in the hunter Biden emails


there’s talk


that seems to be true


that the old man would get a 10 kickback


of whatever Hunter Biden was getting


and that was in the laptop oh yeah look


it up you don’t have to take my word for


it you don’t have to take my word for


any of what I’m telling you look it up


yourself and you’ll find it it’s very


easy to find


the Ukrainian Israeli cypriot




was financing zelenski was financing Joe


Biden God else God Alone knows who else


he was financing


and he was just one


there’s a whole rotten bunch of these


people here in Ukraine


and they were all busy paying off the


West so that they could carry on their


little evil deeds and whatnot




if you want to know why the West is


freaking out over Ukraine you have to


understand that they are all terrified


that the truth will come out in Ukraine


the bile Labs that just came out


Victoria Newland the under secretary of


state admitted that these bio Labs bio


Labs existed in Ukraine


why do you think that she would admit to


such a thing if it weren’t true


and she said that they were instructing


the people in Ukraine on how to dispose


of all their material


before the Russians could get their


hands on it


now that’s weird I mean if I’m a bilap


and I’m working on like the cure for


Alzheimer’s or something like that


I’m not worried about the Russians


getting their hands on my research on


the country I’m worried that the


Russians might come in and destroy it


maybe on purpose maybe on accident right


but that’s my worry


I’m not thinking to myself oh the


Russians are coming therefore I am going


to proactively destroy my research


I’d never think that if I’m working on




mundane or potentially beneficial to the


human race


what I would be thinking not


if I’m working on something really nasty


if I’m working on something really nasty


like a super Anthrax virus or something


like that or some super plague that will


kill off a whole bunch of people then


I’ve been thinking to myself how do I


get rid


of this material of This research that


I’ve done before the Russians find it


and get it and get their hands on it and


show the world what I’ve been up to


see that’s the thing that all the


politicians in the west are worried


about insofar as Ukraine is concerned


they don’t really care about Russia


taking it over they don’t care about the


Ukrainian people they don’t care if


Ukraine is turned to Rubble actually


they hope it will because in that Rubble


will be hidden all their deeds their


evil Deeds their corrupt Deeds that’s


why they want to destroy Ukraine that’s


why they don’t care how many Ukrainian


civilians die needlessly


in this conflict


they want Ukraine to be turned to Rubble


so that in the rubble will be hidden


all the evil corrupt things that they


have done


understand this


thank you