Thursday, December 8, 2016

Peter Thiel is Right: “Instead of going to Mars, we have invaded the Middle East. … It’s time to end the era of stupid wars and rebuild our country”

PK Note: With the passing of John Glenn, the last of the Mercury astronauts is dead. The article below was submitted to VDare but lost in the shuffle. Before it was found, the timing had passed for its publication (submitted late July, 2016, just after the RNC Convention). Fitting and proud to finally publish it today.

“Instead of going to Mars, we have invaded the Middle East. … It’s time to end the era of stupid wars and rebuild our country,” said Peter Thiel, the billionaire tech mogul to the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland. [Peter Thiel gave a remarkably critical speech of the Republican Party right in front of their faces, Business Insider, byMatt Rosoff, July 23, 2016]
Dream for something more than the closing of the racial gap...

There can be no doubt that, outside of Donald J. Trump’s historic speech, Thiel’s address was the second most important of the entire convention, laying out a vision for America’s future free of pointless foreign involvement and entirely dedicated to rebuilding our infrastructure and rededicating NASA to venturing to the heavens (instead of Obama’s hilarious directive of outreach to Muslims).

Only a week after the RNC, the Democratic National Convention made clear it was firmly committed to keeping America’s feet on the ground and entirely dedicated to uplifting would-be black cop killers like Michael Brown, whose mother was allotted time to address the nation as part of the Mother’s of the Movement.

Also at the RNC, Eileen Collins, the first female space shuttle pilot and commander, would speak on NASA and America’s abandoning of space exploration, noting, “The last time the United States launched our own astronauts from our own soil was five years ago,” she said. “We must do better than that.” [So, Space Shuttle Pilot Eileen Collins Speaking at the RNC. That Was Interesting,, by Eric Niler, July 21, 2016]

 Creating a sense of optimism about the future for Americans who still want to dream about a better tomorrow was a stroke a genius for the Republicans, while the Democrats were left shaking their fists (and, because it seemed advantageous at the time) and U.S. Constitution at the GOP for daring to nominate a man who wants to Make America Great Again.

You almost got the sense from the DNC that Hillary Clinton and her party agreed with the Black Lives Matter statement that, “America was never great,” which is why a new America must elected.

To understand why Thiel’s comments were so revolutionary, we must take a step back in time to the words of Eugene Cernan, the last man to step foot on the moon. Cernan, who was part of NASA’s last mission to the moon, Apollo 17, wrote these words in his autobiography addressing a hopeful destiny for America:

 "The main reason that we will venture back into deep space is simply that we must. It is necessary, not a frivolous whim, and a lust of science is not enough of an explanation, for we really don't know what we will learn on Mars. We will go because it is logical to do so, and our curiosity as a species will not allow us to remain locked to our home planet much longer. Humankind must explore, for we want to learn what lies over the hill or around the corner. Inspiration, sweat, challenges, and dreams got us to the Moon and they will get us to Mars and beyond. It is our destiny." [The Last Man on the Moon, by Eugene Cernan, p. 343]

With a hopeful message of future exploration into space, the GOP couldn’t be more different than the Democrats, who have bowed before the pressure exerted by Black Lives Matter. The growing BLM movement just put out a list of six demands, which our friends in the Democrat Party will soon work to implement:

As part of the effort, the groups are demanding, among other things, reparations for what they say are past and continuing harms to African-Americans, an end to the death penalty, legislation to acknowledge the effects of slavery, as well as investments in education initiatives, mental health services and jobs programs. [Black Lives Matter Coalition Makes Demands as Campaign Heats Up, New York Times, by Yalmiche Alcindor , August 1, 2016]

There can be absolute no doubt the eerie parallels existing between the Black Lives Matter movement, which is entirely dedicated to transferring white wealth to improve only black lives (breaking down law and order in the process, to benefit black criminals), and the opposition that existed to NASA’s efforts to explore the heavens when Apollo 11 was about to complete it’s historic first mission to the moon in July of 1969.
The Mercury Seven... with John Glenn's passing, all our now gone

As documented in 'Whitey on the Moon': Race, Politics, and the death of the U.S. Space Program, 1958 – 1972, there was fierce opposition to NASA that was entirely racial in nature. Time magazine would derisively note the lack of black involvement with the launch of Apollo 11, noting:

Never forget it was only a span of 66 years between the Wright Brothers first flight in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina in 1903 to Neil Armstrong walking on the moon, but for white liberal writers at Time magazine, they could only ask, “Is the Moon White?”:

If to many the moon seemed white, it also seemed middle-aged. Excitement about the voyage was strongest among those old enough to remember how fantastic the project seemed a generation ago. The young, who have grown up in the TV and space age, seemed the most blasé of all. [Time, July 25, 1969, p. 16]

This paragraph is important to think of today, noting how Donald Trump is energizing both elderly, middle-age, and young Americans with a vision of an America whose government puts America First. There can be no doubt Americans watching the first moon landing on July 20, 1969 believed this historic act would be the first of many exploits in space (one wonders where a young Donald Trump was on this day), fondly recalling this memory as they watched the 2016 GOP Convention.
What could have been, many Americans have probably thought over the years, when you consider we abandoned space exploration more than four decades for… for what exactly?

Medgar Evers, was gunned down in Mississippi. That is why the New York Times, on July 21, 1969, asked Evers’s brother Charles to write an editorial giving his opinion on the moon landing. Charles, just elected mayor of Fayette, Mississippi, penned a roadmap for our country’s future we would sadly take as he wrote:
As a daring adventure, this exploration of the moon compares with the voyage of Columbus in 1492. There are a lot of similarities. Like our astronauts, Columbus left behind a world crowded with people who didn’t have enough to eat, people who had no decent clothes to put on their backs, people who had no doctor to look after them when they were sick . . . .
But there were some things about Columbus’s voyage different from this moon shot. The political leaders who sent Columbus toward a new world made no claim to be concerned about the agony of poverty and deprivation. It didn’t cost Queen Isabella billions of dollars to send her explorers. She didn’t have to take food out of any child’s mouth in order to put Columbus on those leaky old boats.
The billions of dollars spent on this moon exploration program mean that it will be even longer before America begins to keep her promises to the poor.
America needs to look at the earth, not at space. Before one more dollar is spent on outer space, we must make sure that not one child here on earth goes to a dinner table with no food on it. [New York Times, July 21, 1969]

For the past four decades, America has followed a blueprint more closely in line with Mr. Evers then with Eugene Cernan’s hopeful vision of the future ($22 trillion, 80 welfare programs later...). It could easily be stated the 2016 Democratic National Convention was nothing more than a reiteration of Evers hope for where America’s national treasury would be dedicated (diverted).

But one can see in Thiel’s speech a renaissance of the spirit which motivated the Wright Brothers to pursue flight and achieve man's first foray into the skies in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina (in 1903), culminating in Apollo 11’s mission to the moon only 66 years later.

It just comes down to Trump pulling off the victory in November. It also should be noted Mr. Trump is using online advertisements with the message, “Aspire to Greatness,” which include the both image of Trump and a space shuttle lifting to the heavens. 

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Low Impulse Control + Poor Future Time-Orientation + Low IQ(x)Inflated Levels of Self-Esteem (Firearms/Drug Paraphernalia x Social Media)² = Black America in 2016

PK Note: Give the gift of truth this Christmas: 'Whitey on the Moon'

Remember the equation explaining black-run Baltimore? 


Think of this mathematical proof, easily proven by a simple glimpse at the deterioration of western civilization courtesy of black rule/stewardship in Baltimore, when considering the following story out of Huntsville, Alabama. [‘Mannequin Challenge’ Video Leads to Arrests for Guns, Drugs at Alabama Home,, 12-7-16]:
This wasn't in that 1980s movie Mannequin...
MADISON COUNTY, Ala. - A "mannequin challenge" video resulted in several arrestsafter it led local and federal law enforcement to an Alabama home Tuesday morning, according to WHNT. 
The "mannequin challenge" internet phenomenon usually consists of a group of people freezing in various poses while a person with a camera walks around them, filming from different angles. 
Police say the "mannequin challenge" video that launched the investigation shows numerous people displaying guns, as if re-enacting a drive-by shooting. 
Authorities from the Madison County Sheriff's Office, the Huntsville Police Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives executed a warrant at 5012 Powell Drive at 5:02 a.m. on Tuesday. 
Authorities arrested 49-year-old Kenneth White and charged him with first-degree possession of marijuana and certain persons forbidden to possess a firearm. He has a bond of $30,000. 
"In order to receive the 'certain persons forbidden to possess a firearm,' you must be convicted of a felony," Capt. Mike Salomonsky said. 
Authorities arrested 49-year-old Kenneth White and charged him with first-degree possession of marijuana and certain persons forbidden to possess a firearm. He has a bond of $30,000. 
"In order to receive the 'certain persons forbidden to possess a firearm,' you must be convicted of a felony," Capt. Mike Salomonsky said. 
"There are several persons in the video who may be convicted felons," Capt. Salomonsky said. "So, we're going to try to do some identification, work with the ATF and see if we can generate any charges out of that." 
Investigators say they were able to obtain enough probable cause through their investigation to get a search for the home. 
"We used a breaching technique which caused the front door to be removed from the residence," Capt. Salomonsky said. "They encountered one subject that was in the front room and he was armed. But, he told them he was armed." 
After authorities cleared the residence, they searched the house. Investigators say they found two handguns,  one assault rifle, one older single-barrel shotgun, multiple packs of marijuana, an attack vest, multiple magazines for the assault rifle, multiple rounds of ammunition and a computer. 
There were six people inside the home when the team of authorities executed the search warrant, including children. 
Initially, they thought several items behind the house might have been stolen, but found they were purchased legitimately. 
The investigation started after the video surfaced.  "You have a lot of people with firearms at one address," said Salomonsky. "And you have to ask yourself the question, 'Why?' and the second question you have to ask yourself: is it a public safety issue?" 
Deputies say the investigation determined the people living in that home were selling marijuana. 
Capt. Salomonsky said authorities expect to carry out at least one or two more arrests as the investigation continues.
Low Impulse Control + Poor Future Time-Orientation + Low IQ(x)Inflated Levels of Self-Esteem (Firearms/Drug Paraphernalia x Social Media)² = Black America in 2016.
If they aren't Tweeting about Empire, Atlanta, Blackish or some other form of entertainment geared solely for blacks, they're confirming biases and prejudices long ago established as normal behavior in the black community. 

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

One of the Five Blacks Who Tortured/Murdered White Grandmother in Georgia Posts Facebook Selfies from Jail

Not far from the where the fictional events of The Walking Dead take place (season 1-4), a story of a black-on-white crime/murder provides the proof zombies are the perfect stand-in for the legitimate fear of Africans in America.

You remember white grandmother Dorothy Dow, who was set on fire by five blacks, beaten and ultimately, after a lengthy stay in the hospital, passed away from her wounds.

One of those five blacks, a fine female representative of the species, is in some serious trouble for taking selfies in the jailhouse and doing the universally-regarded-as-horrible "duck face."

No remorse, absolutely no regret for taking the life an 83-year-old white grandmother, as long as her "duck face" photo in jail gets at least 10 'likes' on Facebook. [Murder suspect caught taking pictures while behind bars,, 12-6-16]:

MERIWETHER COUNTY, GA (CBS46) -A young woman accused of robbing, beating and burning a Meriwether County grandmother who later died has been caught taking pictures while behind bars and then posting them to social media. 
Accused killer Mina Ellery and three others are jailed and are charged with the killing of 83 year-old Dorothy Dow in August. Meriweather County Sheriff Chuck Smith says the suspects forced their way into Dow's home, beat her, poured gasoline on her and then lit her on fire. 
Ellery is now in trouble for posting the pictures of herself on social media. In a post on Facebook, Ellerly is seen with a jailhouse phone in her hand while making a "duck face". In another picture, she can be seen sticking her tongue out.  
Investigators think a visitor snuck a cell phone camera into a visitation room inside the jail. Sheriff Smith says deputies are reviewing surveillance video from the jail to see who smuggled the cell phone illegally into the facility. 
CBS46 talked with Ellerly's mother, Sherry Lee Ellerly, who lives in Oregon. She says she loves her daughter but doesn't like what she did to another family. 
"This isn't right. She's in there for a reason, and it shouldn't be like she's smiling and having fun while another family is sad and grieving," Sherry Lee Ellerly told CBS46 News. 
CBS46 also reached out to Sheriff Chuck Smith who tells us the jail doesn't have pat downs or metal detectors for visitors but there will be a staff review following the incident. 
"We're going to make sure our jail staff is following the procedures," said Smith. "We're also going to use our video surveillance that we have here within the jail, and this is going to help us identify this person. That's why this person is going to be held responsible." 
Sheriff Smith says once they find out who snuck the cell phone into the jail, he is going to request criminal charges be filed with the District Attorney's Office against that person.
At least the zombies of The Walking Dead have an excuse for their actions. CBS46 News

Monday, December 5, 2016

His Name is John Doe: 73-Year-Old White Man Executed in Broad Daylight in 65% Black Baltimore

The City that Bleeds: Race, History, and the Death of Baltimore is the only book to ever tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth when it comes to the collapse of the birthplace of America's national anthem. 
The murder suspect 

Francis Scott Key once saw "that the flag was there still there," but the civilization white people long ago created in now 65 percent black Baltimore is just as dead as the man who penned the Star-Spangled Banner. 

A 73-year-old white man, unidentified at this point, was stabbed to death by a black male in broad daylight only days ago. 

Baltimore police named the teenager wanted in the fatal stabbing of a 73-year-old man in Southeast Baltimore last week the city's latest "Public Enemy No. 1." 
Christopher Straham, 19, faces charges including first-degree murder in the attack Friday afternoon near Pulaski Highway and Highland Avenue, police said Monday. 
CCTV video of the 19-year-old black male assaulting/stabbing to death the 73-year-old white male
Straham was identified by a community tip after police released surveillance video of the attack, police said. Police have not released the name of the victim, who they believe was homeless, pending notification of his family. 
In the video, the victim struggles to defend himself with his cane as the attacker pulls an object from a pocket and repeatedly thrusts it at him. The victim later died of his injuries, which included multiple stab wounds. 
Police spokesman T.J. Smith said police believe the two men had some sort of interaction in a nearby fast-food restaurant before the attack and robbery, and that Straham might have seen that the older man had cash on him. 
Police Commissioner Kevin Davis said Straham is "on the run" and asked for the community's help in getting him off the street. 
"We never delight in announcing Public Enemy No. 1 in Baltimore. We do it when we have to do it," Davis said. "We do it when the crime committed is so egregious that it shocks the conscience of our community, and/or when a victim is particularly vulnerable, like this 73-year-old homeless man." 
Straham faces charges of first- and second-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault, armed robbery, robbery, theft and possession of a dangerous weapon with the intent to injure. 
Davis said Straham has a tattoo of his initials, CS, under his right eye and a tattoo of a heart under his left eye. 
Police asked anyone with information to call homicide detectives at 410-396-2100 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7-LOCK-UP. 
Online court records show that Straham was arrested in July on charges of second-degree assault, carrying a switchblade, concealing a dangerous weapon and possessing a dangerous weapon with the intent to injure. 
In that case, Straham allegedly asked a woman in a wheelchair at a Southeastern Baltimore bus stop for a cigarette and then pulled a knife on her. 
Two witnesses, one who stepped in and waved Straham away using an umbrella, corroborated the victim's account, authorities said in court documents. 
"You don't know me — I'll cut your throat," Straham allegedly told the woman, authorities said. 
The knife, which police described as a spring-assisted switchblade, came within inches of the victim's throat, the witnesses and the victim said. 
Straham was later released on his own recognizance but failed to report to two meetings with pretrial supervision officials; he also failed to show up for a court date, according to court records. 
He was apprehended again, and was released in September. All of the charges against him were dropped by prosecutors last month. 
Rochelle Ritchie, a spokeswoman for Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby, said the charges were dropped because the victim and witnesses failed to show up for court. 
Davis said he didn't have details on why the previous charges were dropped."Anytime the criminal justice system — and the Police Department is part of the criminal justice system — doesn't work as well as it should, it's a source of frustration to us and the community." 
Davis said Straham is "without a conscience," will commit violence again, and needs to be arrested as soon as possible.
The 73 year old white male tried to fight back with his cane.

Outside of Baltimore and the surrounding suburbs, there has been absolutely no media attention to this brazen execution of a 73 year old white male by a dangerous black teenager who blatantly disregards the rules of conduct long ago established by white people to be classified as civilized.

However, since he resides in a 65 percent black city, completely dominated by black elected/appointed public officials, he is only reverting to the black mean established long ago by Africans (whose behavioral patterns were noticed by white people, who thusly established laws to protect their civilization and posterity from societal norms practiced by Africans in America).