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  • slandermen slandermen

    When yesterday's agriculture feeds today's water pollution

    "A study led by researchers at Université de Montréal quantifies for the first time the maximum amount of nutrients—specifically, phosphorus—that can accumulate in a watershed before additional pollution is discharged into downriver ecosystems.

    That average threshold amount is 2.1 tonnes per square kilometre of land, the researchers estimate in their study published today in Nature Geoscience. "Beyond this, further phosphorus inputs to watersheds cause a significant acceleration of (phosphorus) loss in runoff."

    This amount is shockingly low, the researchers say; given current nutrient application rates in most agricultural watersheds around the world, tipping points in some cases could be reached in less than a decade."

    "Phosphorus, an element in fertilizer, is essential to the growth of plant food. But the mineral is also harmful when overused. When it gets into surface water, it can lead to excessive plant growth in lakes and rivers and proliferation of toxic algae, harmful to human and animal health."

  • Why I’m Leaving the Republican Party

    The Kavanaugh confirmation fight revealed the GOP to be the party of situational ethics and moral relativism in the name of winning at all costs.

    Oct 7, 2018
    Tom Nichols

    "Tom Nichols is a professor at the U.S. Naval War College "

    • Yes, the Republican Party has become pathological. But why?

      We’re not going to fix American democracy until we can explain why the GOP went crazy.

      • Steve Schmidt: Donald Trump's Republican

        August 9, 2018

        “Former Republican strategist Steve Schmidt, an MSNBC contributor, said Thursday on the network that the Trump Republican party must ‘burn to the ground’ for there to be ‘new growth of a conservative movement.’

        "’So the Republican party of Teddy Roosevelt and John McCain and Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush is dead. It’s over. It doesn’t exist anymore,’ Schmidt lamented.

        “’STEVE SCHMIDT: That’s not to mention the baby internment camps, the indecency, the cruelty, the meanness, the lying, the complicit nature of this Republican majority with an attack on the country that’s launched by the Russian Federation. So the Republican party of Teddy Roosevelt and John McCain and Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush is dead. It’s over. It doesn’t exist anymore. It has been taken over, lock, stock, and barrel. For there to be any redemption of a right of center conservative party in the United States of America means the party of Trump must be destroyed politically.

        “’It’s like a fire. Fires are a part of the ecosystem, part of the natural progress. And when the forest burns, it’s purified. There can be new growth. For there to be new growth of a conservative movement, of a right center party, the one that I joined in 1988, it needs to burn to the ground.’”

        • “Noam Chomsky calls the Republican Party the most dangerous entity in human history.”

          Book Review: 'Horsemen of the Trumpocalypse: A Field Guide to the Most Dangerous People in America'

          September 6th, 2017

          • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

            whenever I cite Chomsky, you dismiss him as some kind of commie socialist anarchist extremist. You could apologize if you like

            • Information is idea oriented. Personal attacks are just propaganda, emotional character assassinations.

              I've received 2 apologies on this website. Both were from uni. The second one seemed completely insincere because of the remarks he was apologizing for.

              I posted Chomsky for you, hoping you would listen to what he said to say.

              Usually a person's remarks, such as Chomsky's are partly right, and partly not right.

              Arguing from source is not recognized as logical debate practice.

              • 10 Logical Fallacies You Should Know and How to Spot Them


                You are not THE source

                Chomsky is not THE source.

                The only source I follow as THE source is the Christian half of the Bible.

                • "2. The Appeal to Authority

                  "This is another much loved and of course widely used and abused fallacy.

                  "It works by stating that whatever is claimed is true because a ‘so called’ authority said so rather than applying any logical reasoning or providing any evidence to support the claim.

                  "For example: 'Raising interest rates by 3% MUST be in the best interests of the economy because the PM said so yesterday on the 9 o/clock news.'"

                  • slandermen slandermen

                    Oh sorry, since I basically ignore most of that shit these days…

                    "You are not THE source

                    Chomsky is not THE source.

                    The only source I follow as THE source is the Christian half of the Bible."

                    Unfortunately, you have no real basis for the abrahamic, mostly political projection as being essential. Though having a fair amount of experience dealing with "freemasonry", I do understand the appeal.

              • I would include others with Trump such as Putin, Saddam Hussein, Mao, Stalin, Hitler, Pol Pot [sp. ?], and many other lying, manipulative authoritarian sociopaths and psychopaths.

                So I disagree with Chomski and it is notable that he thinks Trump is even worse than dictators who are responsible for the deaths of many over a long period of time.

                Trump will probably leave office soon.

                I read that the one good thing about the public process of the confirmation of Kavanaugh is that it has shown many just how awful Trump is and the Republicans who support him.

              • "Information is idea oriented. Personal attacks are just propaganda"

                Really? Would you say that to a known rapist? What about someone that murdered your son or daughter?

                Of course not!

                We call that kind of statement a "cold read" and it's a classic propaganda statement…

                Why? Because it evokes a feeling of sympathy without being qualified there doc.

                Are you a good guy?

                Are you the scum of the earth?

                Such general terms are only to program you to a emotional response without thinking and that the real "emotional character assassination".

                Falling for that statement assassinates YOUR emotional character.

                Go get a psychic to read your palm and watch this clever trick in process.

                Nothing new there, ya just have to know how to spot it…

                Deciphering shit from shinola is a skill everyone needs.

                • A known rapist is based on evidence and facts in a court of law. When a person is sentenced in a court of law to prison, that is not a personal attack.

                  As usual your comment is full of personal attacks and emotive propaganda.

                  Try to deal with the facts and ideas and forget the personal character assassinations. That is all the Republicans have now is personal character assassinations which have nothing to do with facts, evidence, or the truth.

                  A positive agenda speaks for itself.

                  If someone assaults me physically or otherwise, I am entitled to defend myself.

                  I have other things to do than to argue with sadistic trolls.

                  • No hun, a known rapist is someone that you know beyond doubt rapes…

                    Someone that murdered your child in front of you is who they are.

                    Personal attacks is what you said to me. Some need to be attacked for what they say.

                    You said…

                    "Information is idea oriented. Personal attacks are just propaganda, emotional character assassinations."

                    First of all true information is FACT based not idea based…

                    If I had the idea that you were from mars and typed it out somewhere would that be true information?

                    Second, the whole idea of a statement like "Republican Party has become pathological" doesn't say who, it says all… Its a fake statement… That tripe only evokes a emotional response (either positive or negitive) and is a very old technique used to control people and opinions. It's either a con game or it's a conned game in progress.

                    So are you the conned or the conman there doc.

                    Good thing you aren't a brain surgeon.

              • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                You disqualify Chomsky when I cite him but argue you can cite him on an idea based platform. Your chances that readers will find that fair are slim.

                Unlike you in the past, I welcome Chomsky's views and find his background knowledge and ability to distill truths from that vast information far superior to what I see coming from you. That is a blunt statement, but I think its warranted. Thus your disagreements with Chomsky appear vacuous.

                You were hoping I would listen to Chomsky about how bad the republicans are. I dont need his opinion on that because I already see republicans similarly to him. I also see Democrats similarly to republicans, with slight variations on the largely unimportant political talking points.

                Your views seem highly indoctrinated and not well thought through.

                Man lost the world while fighting banal wars of politics

              • slandermen slandermen

                No, anne, you've had many more apologies than 2 (though many sarcastic) and more support than you'd admit, I'd say.

            • The last time I apologized to someone on this website I just got another attack. Trolls are mostly on the internet to be horrible to other people, not to offer anything positive.

              The problem with Trump's party is that it is just negative and destructive. There is no hope or positive agenda. Attack dogs are not beautiful.

  • Trump family's massive tax con job has been hiding in plain sight for years. And it could cost them millions.

    "The Trumps may soon wish they had sought their real estate fortunes anywhere except the liberal precincts of New York. …"

  • Here's a look into the fake pharmaceutical industry using a fake convention with a fake doctor…

    Sometimes to know fake ya have to see and study fake…

    The ugly truth about Vogler's drug:

    Think about those statements for a moment….

  • AirSepTech AirSepTech

    For the Democratic Party, the Kavanaugh battle was the Little Bighorn, as seen from General Custer’s point of view.

    Unable to derail the judge during the regular confirmation process, they lay in the weeds until it was over, and then sandbagged the judge by leaking to The Washington Post a confidential letter Dr. Ford did not want released.

    They thus forced a public hearing of charges of attempted rape against a nominee, demanded the FBI investigate all charges of sexual misconduct when Kavanaugh was a teenager, and ended up losing anyway.

    Then the Dems watched protesters dishonor the Senate in which they serve by screaming from the gallery. It was among the lowest moments in the modern history of the Senate, and it was the Democratic minority that took it down to that depth.

    Understandably, they are a bitter lot today.

    And the #MeToo movement has been set back. For many of its champions were, in Kavanaugh’s case, demanding a suspension of the principle of “innocent until proven guilty,” and calling for the judge’s rejection in disgrace, based solely on their belief in a wholly uncorroborated 36-year-old story.

    So where are we going now?

  • slandermen slandermen

    Skip the vacuous article's marketing horseshit. Read the comments, there are some concerned and clever people commenting there.

    "Starting first with bullshit financial engineering to mitigate a problem isn’t a good idea."

    I think I actually know this guy.

  • slandermen slandermen

    5G service rolls out—but not without controversy

    "On Tuesday, Seattle announced plans to appeal the decision in federal court.

    "This is more than just an unfunded mandate, requiring us to do something without paying for the cost," said Seattle city attorney Pete Holmes. "This is more like a taking, frankly, without due process and without compensation. Cities have property rights, and that has really just been thrown out with this ruling."

    He called the deal "a gift to the industry" that will "deny us a return on our assets that we enjoy today.""

    Good news, thanks to the Verizon shill (who recently congratulated themselves on their lack of service provided to firefighters) and Trump administration's Ajit Pay, you, yes you dear citizen get to subsidize verizon as they are mandated by a level of quite draconian federal imposition to beam the fuck out of you with about 10000 5g cells in LA.

    To be fair, it's not like I'm a fan of LA. Seems like good news to me.

  • slandermen slandermen

    I have no choice but to sow more devastation, unfortunately. However, I'm not particularly concerned as I'm quite optimistic about more generalized demise.

  • slandermen slandermen

    This is really good, considering atp/glutamine dysfunction is one of the KEY factors in cancers. So they suggest that's a way to fight cancer…

    Yeah okay, luckily I'm too rich to even get cancer. I just bribe the cancer away.

    • slandermen slandermen

      I mean I would say wind turbines can be useful but there is a bit of bullshit associated with trying to impose it.

      "A 2013 analysis from researchers at the University of Adelaide in Australia concluded that although noise from wind turbines can result in “annoyance” and potentially “poorer sleep quality” among residents, “there is no consistent evidence” tying that noise to many of the self-reported health effects. "

      Well, if it's an annoyance it affects all kinds of things. But really, shitty sleep is so obviously linked to many mental and physical issues that I can outright ignore that analysis. Or use it very conclusive evidence that it has negative effects.

      • slandermen slandermen

        "In a 2014 paper, King’s College psychology professors attributed “wind turbine syndrome” to the “nocebo effect”—a psychological phenomenon in which the expectation of negative health outcomes becomes self-fulfilling—and to anxiety about technological encroachment."

        Very scientific.

        I mean "well, in this article, to support the flimsy attempt of the australian "scientists" we have for you this corroborating bullshit from psychologists, which directly contradicts fundamentals of scientific methods and reasoning and attributes the negatives effects to, what is essentially magic"

        Some articles don't argue very well.

        • slandermen slandermen

          I'm not even trying to disparage wind farms here, but I'm saying that you shouldn't too ignorant or polarized by some of that consensus-concerned mob-mentality normality…

          • slandermen slandermen

            Wind farms WILL affect local climate, probably has electromagnetic implications (I mean it makes fucking noise, it's low frequency, large high energy shit). It could affect things far beyond what's obvious, initially.

      • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

        an excellent wind powered sawmill.

        noise and bird strike problems of wind turbines could be solved. No reason for them not to be essentially silent.

        They should equip them with seats to double as ferris wheels…nobody seems to set fire to tires in complaint of ferris wheels.

        A typical capitalist success story; "a sore spot is that the money made from wind farms is rarely shared with the local community"

        Wind turbines are rotary sailboats or gliders. I think people like sailboats and gliders…so there is a mental problem in my view. They can be designed as whale tail instead of rotary, or flapping wing which could look like giant birds. There is no reason not to design aesthetics, bird strike safety, human recreation etc into wind turbines. People seem to have limits to creativity

        • slandermen slandermen

          "People seem to have limits to creativity"

          Yeah, most obviously evidenced in homogeneity and consensus.

        • slandermen slandermen

          I've mentioned this before.

          Would there be any harm in having more dynamos in say, gyms or shit like that waste a whole bunch of energy (as heat)? Rather than wasting electricity in a gym, generate some.

          I mean, it's a small thing that, but it's about the mentality. I've actually posed this to people a few times.

          Right, so, let's say I tell you that at this gym, when you do your workout shit, you're generating some electricity for the gym? What do you think?

          Then, let's say I tell you that at this gym, when you do your workout shit, you're generating some electricity for the community or whatever What do you think?

          Then, let's say I tell you that at this gym, when you do your workout shit, you're generating some electricity which will lower your membership costs. What do you think?

          Let's say, I don't tell you at all.

          It's a fairly interesting thing to consider.

          • slandermen slandermen

            That's not a music video, btw. It's a physics thing.

            Also, piezoelectricity and similar (conceptually) shit should really be considered a bit more. For instance imagine all the cars driving around, all that load, all those vibrations? Well, that sort of shit could be useful.

          • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

            " you're generating some electricity for the community or whatever What do you think?"

            absolutely…I mean the piston action of masturbation is ready made for this…just a coil and a magnet and some porn and you have useful electricity

            • slandermen slandermen

              I stopped masturbating for the reason that the community is to shit to support and I happen to have no particular ambitions in this world.

              • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                maybe a helmet equipped with piezo crystals for the head banging then
                Or like a wire looped around the wine, and every time you lift the glass to your lips, it spins a generator. Lots of potential for useful work there….

  • PlowboyGrownUp


    According to researchers at the University of Texas at Austin, glyphosate may kill bees by altering the bacterial composition in the bees’ guts, making them more prone to fatal infections
    Researchers call for improved guidelines for glyphosate use, as current guidelines assume bees are not harmed by glyphosate-based herbicides
    Roundup reduces beneficial bacteria in the colon of female rats. Regardless of the dose — 0.1 ppb, 400 ppm or 5,000 ppm — the animals’ gut bacteria underwent significant changes
    Glyphosate’s primary mode of action is that it shuts down amino acid synthesis, followed by inhibition of protein synthesis necessary for plant growth. This also causes the plant to be more susceptible to soil microbes, including pathogens
    Roundup, dicamba and 2,4-D promote antibiotic resistance by priming pathogens to more readily become resistant to antibiotics; all three herbicides increase antibiotic-resistance of E. coli and salmonella specifically"

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    Fracking Alaska (2017) "Large-scale fracking comes to the Arctic in a new Alaska oil boom…Over the past year oil companies have discovered volumes on Alaska’s North Slope totaling as much as five billion barrels or more of recoverable oil."

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    "One unusual use of these enzymes occurs in a group of insects known as bombardier beetles. They have a chamber containing a mixture of hydrogen peroxide and chemicals called hydroquinones. When threatened, they mix these with peroxidases, which catalyze a redox reaction in which a lot of heat is released, with the resulting liquid ejected explosively at 212°F (100°C). It is a very effective way of deterring predators."

    • slandermen slandermen

      Yeah, and I'm gonna comment about that. Keep on bitching about patriarchal institutions with corporate theft and fraud and bullshit, deception, abuse while you ironically support it.

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      definitely more beautiful and fecund women prefer democrats. Indeed the democratic team wins with the sexy girls, and there isnt much else to debate about really

      sure, there are some other issues…like republicans want a white republican plumber, where democrats will accept a mexican plumber but safely hide their jewelry before leading them to the toilet, rationalizing away their guilt of racial bias by telling themselves they would take precautions with any plumber. If the plumber is an illegal alien with a really good price, the republicans will go for it, but oversee the work in every detail, perhaps showing their side arm.

      • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

        on the other hand I thought Sarah Palin was qualified for presidency in her prime…well at least as qualified as Trump. Shooting alaskan wolves from an airplane was a plus for American image and moral. Definitely she could have worn a low cut cougar print top though…refresh our political image. The political talking points are meaningless, so you have to find something solid, or two soft things to rally your vote around

        Presidential debates are so smarmy now, I believe all political competition can be fought on a lingerie runway.

  • slandermen slandermen

    One of my favourite observations is that much of the right, and the left are polarized that both consider moderates, unreasonable.

    Talk about delusion.

    • slandermen slandermen

      The fact that democrats are also impositional, deluded, ignorant fuckheads that happen to be a requirement to validate the repblicans must have magically escaped the binary logic.

      • slandermen slandermen

        Just imagine, it's so fucked up, so "normalized", so indoctrinated, that the left and the right supporters would rather attack the middle.

        Because in their ignorance, in their denial, requiring extremist, oppositional validation, they cannot handle the truth.

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          Slander, do you feel much the same about S African politics, or is it more like…if that dude gets elected, we will get dismembered by gnarly afro dudes wielding machetes kind of a thing….I mean if your granddad hadnt have lost the farm, you might be typing with three fingers now, with the new politics

          • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

            I looked at the green party in S Africa….basically one guy with a party hat who just let his green campaign slide from loneliness I guess…

          • slandermen slandermen

            There is no fucking difference here in politics, it is the same hegelian "communist" vs "capitalist" horseshit. Both sides classist, kakistocratic.

            • slandermen slandermen

              But most importantly, the fundamental requirement of being either a democrat or a republican is an absolute sense of willful ignorance, despite truth or consequence.

              • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                this is a pretty line….could be made into a country song or something
                "But most importantly, the fundamental requirement of being either a democrat or a republican is an absolute sense of willful ignorance, despite truth or consequence."

                Were free to say anything now because its just the two of us left…well mainly you. The board is wide open…use your colors and a big brush! Lots of arm action

            • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

              couldnt help notice theyre all black since Mandela. Is Ramaphosa pegged as a commie or capitalist….I mean those white land owners must have some deep feelings about the black overlords now….one would think. We dont have that machete dispute resolution thing so much here

              • slandermen slandermen

                Ramaphosa is like an intellectually superior version of trump, not quite comparable to trump.

                • slandermen slandermen

                  Though I will say, neither he or the party and polarized morons that elevated him to his current position is even remotely comparable to mandela.

                  A far more reasonable, intelligent man. Perhaps the best president (in this fucking world) I have seen in the last 25 years or so.

                  Just imagine the shitshow in america if it was 90% black…

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          "Just imagine, it's so fucked up, so "normalized", so indoctrinated, that the left and the right supporters would rather attack the middle."

          Its the hatred…it makes them feel alive. This is hard wired…we love it. We love to call the other side names and visualize blowing them up….ah, problem solved.

          Maybe a lot of them dont realize the republicans were the liberals and the democrats conservative. Meh,,,we still wanted to nock the other sides block off…because its not the policy, its the feeling you get of vanquishing them.

  • Jebus Jebus

    Harvesting solar fuels through a bacterium's unusual appetite for gold

    A bacterium named Moorella thermoacetica won't work for free. But UC Berkeley researchers have figured out it has an appetite for gold. And in exchange for this special treat, the bacterium has revealed a more efficient path to producing solar fuels through artificial photosynthesis.

    M. thermoacetica first made its debut as the first non-photosensitive bacterium to carry out artificial photosynthesis in a study led by Peidong Yang, a professor in UC Berkeley's College of Chemistry. By attaching light-absorbing nanoparticles made of cadmium sulfide (CdS) to the bacterial membrane exterior, the researchers turned M. thermoacetica into a tiny photosynthesis machine, converting sunlight and carbon dioxide into useful chemicals.

    Now Yang and his team of researchers have found a better way to entice this CO2-hungry bacterium into being even more productive. By placing light-absorbing gold nanoclusters inside the bacterium, they have created a biohybrid system that produces a higher yield of chemical products than previously demonstrated. The research, funded by the National Institutes of Health, was published on Oct. 1 in Nature Nanotechnology.

  • Trump says 'no one more competent in the world' than daughter Ivanka to replace Nikki Haley as UN ambassador

    Nikki Haley announced she would be resigning from the role today

    I'm against nepotism in government.

    • slandermen slandermen

      "I'm against nepotism in government."

      Yeah, sure you are.

      Let's talk about the clintons, for instance. I gotta say though, I can understand why Bill isn't the biggest supporter of Chelsea.

    • Examples of political corruption:

      “…Political corruption is the use of powers by government officials or their network contacts for illegitimate private gain. An illegal act by an officeholder constitutes political corruption only if the act is directly related to their official duties, is done under color of law or involves trading in influence.

      “Forms of corruption vary, but include bribery, extortion, cronyism, nepotism, parochialism, patronage, influence peddling, graft, and embezzlement. Corruption may facilitate criminal enterprise such as drug trafficking, money laundering, and human trafficking, though is not restricted to these activities. Misuse of government power for other purposes, such as repression of political opponents and general police brutality, is also considered political corruption. Masiulis case is a typical example of political corruption. …”

      • slandermen slandermen

        What would you equate lobbying to? That's a pretty obvious one, how about taxes? Remember, tax-evasion measures are particularly favourable for corporations. Subsidies?

        Did you read that centrist article?

        • slandermen slandermen

          I mean, have you looked at the debt, the actual inflation resulting from a bunch of democrat congresskin voting for shit that resulted in financial crashed and scapegoated basically just one guy/company while it is still systemically evident, resulting in many hundreds of trillions of dollars of worth of derivative nothing that devaluates virtually every aspect of your being?

          • slandermen slandermen

            Anne has something in common with other prostitutes, she wants to get fucked with HD.

            • You can go to jail for slander.

              I'm not a prostitute, have never been one, and never will be one.

              The last time I even went on a date other than my husband, I was 19 years old.

              I believe in just getting married once, and I have never been faithful to my husband.

              I already told HD I would never take any of his money or anyone else's. I am not for sale. I was raised to have self-respect and integrity.

              I don't believe in sex outside marriage. And I don't believe in marriage to a non-Christian.

              Please do not falsely assassinate my character. My identity is more important to me than all the money in the world.

              My heart and my treasure are in heaven and always have been.

              I went to college with extremely rich young men. But I was interested in serving God and learning about Christianity. I didn't want to marry a rich man. My fiance was studying to be a missionary to China. He was the only young man I was in love with in college. But we never had sex, because we weren't married.

              My husband was extremely poor, a draftsman in Canada, when I married him with only 2 years of some kind of education when he was a displaced person in Germany. He got all his education after he married me.

  • slandermen slandermen

    I was accused of not being offensive enough, as a moderate. I'm not even kidding.

    • slandermen slandermen

      Ray han: "Or because moderates think that acting against Nazis or fascism is somehow acting against the spirit of free speech and there is very, very wrong.

      Don’t discount the chilling effect that sort of mealymouthed bullshit has. "

      Rrpete: (reply) "When I complain about moderates, that is why. The collection of people who are apolitical or think being moderate signals their virtue who have bought the media’s “both sides” marketing ploy.Who turn on the TV and go “Oh, too bad about those Mexican kids, buut.” They don’t care enough about anything to do their research and put checks themselves and people in their lives who heard a rumor from a friend who saw it on Facebook. They don’t want to be told that they’re wrong, they don’t want to actually be faced with the their vile tendencies and the vile doctrines of the Nazis they defend.

      It’s to the point that ANTIFA are now…fascists? Because they’re coming for free speech and Nazis? The Right keeps getting louder and louder with the help of our government. I don’t know to what degree they can be forced underground again unless our lawmakers make changes that will permanently protect the underclasses and stop future Trumps from dismantling the Republic."

      • slandermen slandermen

        "Because they’re coming for free speech and Nazis"

        See, how's that not fascist? How fucking hypocritical are you stupid cunts?

        • slandermen slandermen

          You associate free speech and use it an argument and compare to nazism. That's bullshit. I can prove with fucking hundreds of pages of replies, incredibly amounts of historical evidence, currently factual happenings that you're entirely ignorant and hypocritical and merely hegelian dialectic components. Nothing more, 50% at best.

  • slandermen slandermen

    I'm gonna fucking do that guidestone shit, you know. And pretty much 100% of the removal will involve democrats and republicans, deal with it.

    • slandermen slandermen

      This is a fucking promise, a guarantee, a factual proof that you're just too fucking goddamned slow to know.

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      guidestones are good….easy to implement once we have eliminated the resistance

      • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

        Its really the first one….the others are kind of schmaltzy

        Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.

        Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.

        Unite humanity with a living new language.

        Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.

        Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.

        Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.

        Avoid petty laws and useless officials.

        Balance personal rights with social duties.

        Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.

        Be not a cancer on the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.

        • slandermen slandermen

          When I said "do that guidestone shit" I meant that's gonna get fucked up too.

          • slandermen slandermen

            I'll start with, people who suggest that sort of shit are generally ignorant, greedy narcissists (hence the appeal). Ironically, you would rarely see those proponents euthanizing themselves.

            • slandermen slandermen

              Nil respect for eugenicists, because of your engineering projections. You don't even have to trust me, I will still fuck all your shit up.

              • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                growing the human population is the worst thing you could do for the earth…so yeah, if thats your goal….puncture those condoms and rally the republicans for the right of every single sperm to have a life. There must be a way…we need more eggs for that, but you have the religious fervor going for you

                • slandermen slandermen

                  "…so yeah, if thats your goal….puncture those condoms and rally the republicans for the right of every single sperm to have a life. There must be a way…we need more eggs for that, but you have the religious fervor going for you"

                  How is that not projection, can you justify your worth?

                  • slandermen slandermen

                    I basically said, you arrogant cunts suggesting that most people shouldn't be alive (though rarely mentioning your own worthlessness) are hypocritical assholes because you're greedy, narcissistic and in denial about that.

                    • slandermen slandermen

                      Simple shit. Even ants do it.

                      I'm given the choice of allowing a child to live or a 70 year old fucktard. Considering potential, what the fuck do you think I'm gonna choose?

                    • slandermen slandermen

                      Perhaps I should say, considering abusive legacy.

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      "I basically said, you arrogant cunts suggesting that most people shouldn't be alive (though rarely mentioning your own worthlessness) are hypocritical assholes because you're greedy, narcissistic and in denial about that."

                      well theres your unabashed and even emotionally charged projection. I always admitted my uselessness and if the world decided to go all out euthanasia, this neighborhood would be one of the first to go.

                      I dont understand the flailing anthropocentrism. Whats wrong with letting the humans live out their miserable lives while stopping the breed cycle for a while. 80 years would work wonders. I would even be in favor of choosing the best genetic specimens for breeding, something people are insanely against (indoctrination obviously), and I would never allow my genes on that breeding list. Humans are a dim shadow of what they could be.

                      Codes axiom; you can be pro nature, OR pro human life, but you cant be pro nature AND pro human life.

                      Only unthinking fools believe so, with their fervent saliva bubbling from the corners of their mouths while issuing some incoherent babble

                    • slandermen slandermen

                      "I dont understand the flailing anthropocentrism."

                      Even worse, the guidestones would be so egocentric as to suggest only that knows how to maintain balance. Is that not a particularly narcissistic egocentrism? I mean, is that not suggestive for what amounts to personal greed? If I was alive and only 500 million other people, especially if people happened to believe my bullshit, I can kinda see how that would be beneficial to me (in a sense). I'd have so much more to exploit.

                      Sure, you and I may be willing to die (I'm about half your age), with no particular ambitions or motivations, but a minority associated with exactly those sort of ideals (cfr, bill gates, "scientists", etc) are the ones promoting that sort of shit.

                      Now, I can agree with 500m people on the earth being good, to some extent, but I certainly don't agree with the motives, engineering.

                    • slandermen slandermen

                      I just realized I've said basically exaclty that shit before.

                      Joe Biden? Kill.
                      Al Gore? Kill.
                      Dick Cheney? Kill.
                      Rex tillerson? Kill.
                      Bill gates? Kill.
                      Mark zuckerberg? Kill.
                      Mercer? Kill.
                      Simons? Kill.
                      Trump? Kill.

                      That buys me almost two children.

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      where do the guidestones state motive? Other than the motive of love, truth and beauty, balance and not being a cancer on earth, they dont discuss a motive. Thats just some extra stuff heaped on by frightened delusionals.

                      Not that there wouldnt be a motive by oligarchs to eliminate the public, but then they wouldnt write those guidestones.

                      Where is the power of discrimination?

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      nobody from Africa on your kill list? Im pretty sure we dont have THE monopoly on degenerates. Ive noticed this before….the narrative is exclusively about amurka, never about S Africa or in Ambios case, Belgium or the EU.

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      you know we are insulated….we thirst to hear from the outside world

                    • slandermen slandermen

                      Obviously I have a lot of motherfuckers to kill here in africa. I just mentioned those because I figured people actually knew those things. And I mean, they tend to impose a bit more than the average african.

                    • slandermen slandermen

                      "where do the guidestones state motive?"

                      That's obviously implicit, try to imagine the practical application of their suggestions, currently. That's all you have to know about that.

  • slandermen slandermen

    Unfortunately I have faaaaaaaaaaar more severe, sincere hatred for you.

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      "Unfortunately I have faaaaaaaaaaar more severe, sincere hatred for you."

      you referring to me personally now, or Americans, or people in general or the gods or what? just slightly curious

      • slandermen slandermen

        Does it matter? I genocide americans for a living.

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          "Does it matter? I genocide americans for a living." Theres that S African Elan I was talking about. See that could get lost on some of the others.

          What do you get when you take a German, a Dutch an Englishman and a Zulu and put them in a blender? Slander

          add salt and pour in your wine, stir with a finger, not necessarily your own

          • slandermen slandermen

            If you said kenyan, jew and basically a sellout piece of shit named obama, I could agree.

            But other than that, it's just slander.

          • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

            The south Afrikaners I knew never laughed…the ultimate dead pan. I figured out they didnt find anything funny except the most brutal schadenfreude. Even so, it would be a smile, never a guffaw

            Its so different with us French. We can never get a joke but we laugh uncontrollably at our own

            • slandermen slandermen

              I'm not only French, Dutch, German, Norwegian, Russian, Scottish, English, Irish…I actually live with slaves.

              I mean, I really wasn't kidding about being a first settler, and the surname is almost belgian.

              • slandermen slandermen

                "This ancient surname is recorded in many spelling forms and from several countries. The spellings include Bush (English) Busch, Buscher, Bosch, Bosche, Boschmann (German) and the Prussian Pusch, Puschke, Von Puschke, and Puschel, and compounds such as Buschberg, Buschgraf, and in this case Labusch, Labuschagne and Labusquiere. The latter is definately French, the other two may have French origins."



                The sheep farming legacy, as well as the de beers legacy doesn't really help

              • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                we call that V-8. Its a vegetable juice often mixed with vodka to make a bloody mary

                • slandermen slandermen

                  You do understand by now that you're no longer really considered legitimate, yes?

                  It would would not only be attributed to your eugenicist ideals, but your unfounded, unnecessary personal statement and insecure projection.

                  You may recall that I have a surprisingly good memory.

                  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                    sorry, I dont know what unfounded statement you are referring to. I suppose Ive made some. How about you? Or does it matter?

                    I was taking care of my dying parents, and I saw all this blood, 3/4 of the blood of my dad coming out the mouth in gushes, onto the floor. Of course after the ambulance and everything I had to clean it up, and I was thinking that whatever little imagined rewards we get out of life…I mean the sum of the little human and animal drama; it isnt worth the pain, the sheer blood and guts and nervous system reality, with that insipid layering of ignorant human thought lathered on top. You know, its just sickening. And I suppose we share something of that opinion. But of course, the universe doesnt care about pay back, about redemption and whether its all worth it. That is a purely outlook-relative judgement, and essentially meaningless, despite everyone hanging their hopes and dreams on it. (they might say for example, no pain no gain, or my reward lies in heaven).

                    So thats a brief explanation of where I take your dismissal of my legitimacy from. Sure, if it were a technical discussion, I might fight for legitimacy, but in the broader existential context, I cant be bothered trying to tie my reality to your legitimacy, much less get goaded by your flailing posts.

                    Cant you see your stuff is as insipid, in its own way, as the civil degeneracy you rightly denounce? Parading your insolence; it doesnt contribute much to your art form, which…

                    • slandermen slandermen

                      HK AK 47. Put that on the bible count your blessings.

                    • slandermen slandermen

                      Remember your numerous insults, without provocation, personally? Yeah, there's a fair amount of history about that.

                      Actually, let me ask you, even after your continued numerous insults (not just to me), can you explain the bullshit related to the busby graph? I mean, other than the personal insults. Shit like "Is that the reason your dad got shot?" Do you think that shit goes unnoticed?

                    • slandermen slandermen

                      Come on, explain to me what sort of radiation is represented in the busby graph. Explain to me, how it is that in virtually all recorded evidence, there is actually more cancer than suggest by that. Explain to me, why the busby graph suggest less damage with no radiation than natural radiation, yet, less damage than natural radiation with more radiation (even just talking about cancer, nevermind other damage).

                      That range is not even remotely enough to be implicated with radiation sickness or more severe effects but it is generally implicated with more cancer. I'm tired of your shit.

                      *cue deflection*

                    • slandermen slandermen

                      In fact, with all of those personal insults, what's the worst thing I've said about you, can you cite it? And can you perhaps recall what preceded that?

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      Parading your insolence; it doesnt contribute much to your art form, which Im calling dystopian civil defiance international, with the accent on the last syllable, French style

                      To put it simply, youre often just an acrimonious jerk, instigating rejection. What do you get out of it? Im not putting you down there

                      Some here are so entrenched in their presumptive, limited reality, there is no way they are going to know better then to stay their dogged course, no matter what you throw at them. But you insinuate you have a keener, more comprehensive and flexible view. Im not seeing that, frankly. Its just dumb luck you stumbled upon the anti establishment position.

                    • slandermen slandermen

                      So let me make it really fucking clear for, remember that post about you being in the gutter? Yeah, because of that sort of remark, I wouldn't give a fuck.

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      "Is that the reason your dad got shot?" Do you think that shit goes unnoticed?"

                      Have I been insensitive? Condescending? Im sorry then. From your style, I wouldnt have supposed you found me insensitive, or even cared in the slightest. It wasnt clear from the beginning if you were simply making that up about your father being shot in the head. Youre stuff is often mercurial, as Ive said. You seem to make a showing of your rudeness to your family and people in general, for example saying your family is at your beck and call to get your wine, insinuating they are your servants.

                      Having your father shot is a huge life changing trauma for you and everyone. You said he was listening to some wretched death metal, so I joked about that. I dont know, maybe death metal is the South African healing music

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      "remember that post about you being in the gutter? "

                      Really? You flaunt your dying degeneracy and alcoholism like its some kind of performance art….then when I make a little humanitarian prose about seeing you eye to eye in the gutter, it offends you? Thats….hard to believe frankly. If you failed to grasp…its a metaphor for being on the same low level of human existence, when life has kicked the shit out of you…a kind of Leonard Cohen type sentiment.

                      Social media….it doesnt seem to advance communication as one might hope

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      I dont see this effort going anywhere. Lets abort it

  • slandermen slandermen

    Do, democrats or republicans actually think they are worth listening to or consider, considering? Please tell me you're not that stupid. I mean, I have zero fucking trust for either side of that shit, they have no credibility, supporting each other, trying to make sure that other parties, less indoctrinated people are marginalized.

    I would go to war against democrats and republicans, I already did, you're just too fucking stupid to see it.

  • slandermen slandermen

    Isn't it interesting that people think that insults and denigration is valid, or acceptable by their choice of words?

    As if someone wouldn't notice when a person is blatantly racist, personally insulting, ignorant and in denial when making statements, as long as it doesn't contain "vulgar" language?

  • slandermen slandermen

    Most of you, laer as kreefkak.

  • Kavanaugh and Supreme Court to Planet: Drop Dead

    “In the same week that the world’s scientists declared global climate disruption has reached a ‘point of no return’, the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh, and the Trump administration all agreed to do nothing about it….”

    Posted for news information only. Personally I believe in the existence

  • slandermen slandermen

    Starting from today, you will know hell.

    "The vaccine, which protects against several strains of a sexually transmitted infection called human papillomavirus, has been on the market for 12 years; however, it was approved only for people ages 9 to 26."

    Explain to me why a 9 year old needs that sort of vaccine, or vaccines at all, even?

  • slandermen slandermen

    I've had it up to here, yup. Don't really give a fuck what you say about me.

    Gonna make supper of you buckers, suckers. Looking like a nice guy? Behind this face be the beast of another motherfucker who be heard the least.

  • razzz razzz

    'Hillary Advocates Violence Unless Democrats Win'

    "…So welcome to the new reality of where this madness is going. The embattled Supreme Court nominee secured 50 votes in the Senate and was sworn in as Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The Democrats knew that they would lose so they turned the appointment into a dramatic confrontation that was so outrageous at this point NOBODY in their right mind would ever again throw their hat into the ring. This was all staged and it is intended to be taken all the way into 2020. My live sources say the strategy will make Kavanaugh as a poster child and they will label him as a rapist from here on out.

    We have crossed the line. There is no going back. We will now face the Decline & Fall of the United States and this is part of the shift of the Financial Capital of the world to China after 2032. When I lived in New Jersey, at the home next door, a bitter divorce took place. The wife refused to agree with anything and even refused to sign their taxes. The house had been on the market and was under contract for $2.6 million. She refuse4d to sign just to spite her husband. The IRS seized the house, put it up for auction, and sold it for $750,000. Her bitterness wiped out her own future. This is what is taking place on a national level."

    • The only people talking about violence are the convicted felon Armstrong, Trump who has lied over 5000 times since he took office, and Alex Jones, the usual conspiracy fantasy creators. Alex Jones already is sued by parents of Sandy Hook for lying about their tragedy.

      If anyone should be jailed it is the Republicans who have time and again made up propaganda to win elections. Unless they lie and lie and lie again, the Republicans would never win any votes but from the 1%.

      These are Nazi tactics to make up accusations to scapegoat innocents so people won't see what the Nazis or Russians are doing to ruin the country.

      • AirSepTech AirSepTech

        Well then, it's probably time that the Nazis put the Nazis and Nazi concentration camps.
        This will be a historic moment. It'll be the first time the Nazis actually incarcerated Nazis.

        Who'da thunk it?

  • slandermen slandermen

    My dear anne, would you like to be corrected?

    • slandermen slandermen

      Posting bullshit is your choice.

    • slandermen slandermen

      How's about this bitch? (notice the lack of a comma, that's a form of respect).

      But then again, maybe a video of hillary clinton suggesting nuclear weapons are okay, as long as they are government mandated, or many dozens of links with basically genocidal measures. environmental damage, child trafficking, abuse, economic bullshit, war related damage, russian dealings, aside from the rather obvious bullshit rhetoric while associating with republican financiers and shit like that?

      Hey, I'm just like the clintons, everyone I associate with just happen to die, rather consistently.

      • slandermen slandermen

        "Antifa Violence Is Ethical? This Author Explains Why
        by Benjy Sarlin"

        That's NBC, my dear niggers.

        I could mention some shit about your social services, education, municipalities, child trafficking in say haiti (hey stii associated with "social" services", all kinds of bullshit regarding that, corporate derivatives and leverage, monsanto/bayer, wars, "scientific" bullshit, etc.

        And all of that, would be democrat-specific.

      • slandermen slandermen

        That iconic leftist source of truism, cnn.

        "How did the group start?
        The exact origins of the group are unknown, but Antifa can be traced to Nazi Germany and Anti-Fascist Action, a militant group founded in the 1980s in the United Kingdom."


        • slandermen slandermen

          "Modern-day members of Antifa have become more active in making themselves known at public rallies and within the progressive movement, said Brian Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino.
          "What they're trying to do now is not only become prominent through violence at these high-profile rallies, but also to reach out through small meetings and through social networking to cultivate disenfranchised progressives who heretofore were peaceful," Levin said."

          Just saying. I done gone fuk yo shit up.

  • slandermen slandermen

    Shit, all this time, I was fighting for shit that wasn't worth fighting for. So obvious.

  • slandermen slandermen

    Dump more phosphorus and nitrogen in the ocean. Don't fucking even question that shit. It promotes oxygen and they are significant carbon sinks. Sure, you may die, that's an inconsequential irrelance.

  • slandermen slandermen

    Donald Trump Has a Serious Saudi Arabian Conflict of Interest

    “They buy apartments from me. They spend $40 million, $50 million. Am I supposed to dislike them?”

  • slandermen slandermen

    “The Guy Doing the Dirty Work” at Trump’s Interior Department is an Ex-Oil Lobbyist Straight Out of the Swamp

    "As Zinke ticked off the accomplishments of his first year—fulfilling the president’s vision for “energy dominance,” selling off public lands, and taking on the Endangered Species Act—he might as well have been naming feathers in Bernhardt’s cap."

    Now look, I don't often determine something is demonic by merely looking at it, but really…

  • slandermen slandermen

    I am glad to announce geomagnetic fuckery will continue and as such there could be some localized vibration aboard your flight on spaceship dearth.

  • slandermen slandermen

    New Report Finds Pentagon Weapon Systems Riddled With Vulnerabilities

    "Periodically, the government issues reports reminding us that the nuclear missile system runs, in part, on 8-inch floppy disks. It’s disgraceful. It’s shameful. It’s a sign of government rot and poor prioritization.

    Well, it might be. It’s probably not the smartest thing, in all respects, to run nuclear defenses off computers too weak to play Zork. But on the other hand, as a new GAO report makes clear, there are arguably some advantages to running one’s nuclear defense system off a computer that can’t play Zork. It leaves time for playing Spacewar on a PDP-1!

    Just kidding. It’s because our other weapon systems are so riddled with vulnerabilities, you’d think they were running Windows 98 SE with ActiveX, Active Desktop, and Outlook Express installed. (Kids, to people of a certain era, that’s practically a death threat). The report starts by noting that for decades, the DoD “did not prioritize” matters of weapon security and is still figuring out how to better address these threats, despite the fact that we’ve been facing them for decades. This does not bode well for what happens in the next paragraph."

    O maeng das sum gud shit.

  • slandermen slandermen

    Feeding 10 billion people by 2050 within planetary limits may be achievable

    "A global shift towards healthy and more plant-based diets, halving food loss and waste, and improving farming practices and technologies are required to feed 10 billion people sustainably by 2050, a new study finds. Adopting these options reduces the risk of crossing global environmental limits related to climate change, the use of agricultural land, the extraction of freshwater resources, and the pollution of ecosystems through overapplication of fertilizers, according to the researchers."

  • Trump's tariffs now cost Americans more than Obamacare taxes

    Because of Trump's assault on the environment, more people have died than will be saved if abortion is declared illegal.

  • slandermen slandermen

    “Transparency”- the Trump administration’s dirty trick to strangle access to reputable science on nuclear radiation

    "Last Tuesday, a headline from the Associated Press sparked outrage in the ordinarily quiet world of science policy. The Environmental Protection Agency, the story suggested, was considering relaxing guidelines for low-dose ionizing radiation, on the theory that “a bit of radiation may be good for you.” Within hours, the AP had issued a correction. As it turned out, the EPA was not, after all, endorsing hormesis, the theory that small doses of toxic chemicals might help the body, much like sunlight triggers the production of vitamin D.

    Instead, the EPA was doing something much scarier: It was holding hearings on the “Transparency Rule,” which would restrict the agency to using studies that make a complete set of their underlying data and models publicly available."

    Uh, stock, razzz, hd?

  • slandermen slandermen

    Just another example of why I don't trust shit (that would be you, democrats and republicans).

  • slandermen slandermen

    Persistent twitching and these weird ass visual flashes can be fixed with wine, right?

    • slandermen slandermen

      Holy shit, I was looking for this:

      Which is fucking great, that band kicks so much ass.

      Have you seen the wikipedia page for the interesting part of that word, though? I mean, I wasn't really looking for cat pictures, but I wasn't expecting that…remember to show your children that shit.

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      I have that same twitching..but it is from knowing that I am owned.

      I only have a few days to complete taxes for both the federal and state masters/owners/farmers. I do not know any of these masters/owners/farmers/people.. so that makes me twitch a great deal. I try to envision how someone can reach right into my home and then be on my kitchen table without my permission and/or a personal invite.

      I feel very dirty like someone being molested with sporadic visions of stained glass flashing across my now glazed over vision. I am digging through the cars for receipts right now and each time I can't find what I am looking for I scratch my head so hard it bleeds. Screaming at the top of my lungs spooks the neighbors some times though.

      I now know why I threw blocks at my teacher's head when I was in kindergarten. I knew I was owned property/human livestock and a being raised to be a slave. Only an owned slave/human livestock has to report back to the master throughout the year under penalty of slave law for any non compliance..

  • slandermen slandermen

    So, someone I know has bad undetermined shoulder damage, I told him he could maybe try some anti-inflammatory stuff in general (not drugs) and that he could try epsom salts mixed with castor oil, he's used some arnica oil.

    Can anyone recommend like, sort of, neutral (at worst) stuff for possible muscle/ligament/joint/bone damage?

  • slandermen slandermen


    I mean, coming from indoctrinated institutions and industrualist, state capitalist communists. Just. Lol.

    • slandermen slandermen

      I'm not JUST a freeloader, I'm a freeloader that refuses to join your societies and adopt your cultures.

      • slandermen slandermen

        "In a new study published in EPJ B, Chunpeng Du from Yunnan University of Finance and Economics, Kunming, China, and colleagues show that it is possible to incentivise members of society to cooperate by providing them fixed bonuses and, thus, prevent freeloader behaviour from becoming prevalent."

        I didn't know "science" is officially a term for comedic relief.

        • slandermen slandermen

          A guy I used to know, some guy from scotland, macalpine or some shit. He said "You're the most intelligent person I know". At that very moment…well no, that's a lie, it took about 15 years to figure that out…but at this moment, it occurred to me that if I'm the most intelligent person, humanity is so fucked.

  • slandermen slandermen

    In fact, I'd rather fucking kill myself than "contribute" in the ways most societies would like.

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