Posted by DanielS on Saturday, November 22, 2014 at 11:20 PM
Posted by DanielS on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 11:33 AM
Posted by DanielS on Monday, October 6, 2014 at 04:23 AM
Judging by his vigilant stream of Ebola updates, it is clear that James considers the threat of Ebola to be under-reported in terms of its significance.
Ebola remiss an alarm for border control as even most objective standards of human ecology ignored by authorities:
The handling of the Ebola threat by institutional bodies such as the Centers for Disease Control, supposedly responsible for safeguarding public health, provide a glaring example of how we cannot rely on them to serve our needs, not even as a by-product of the most ostensibly objective concerns of human ecology.
Furthermore, as the remiss demonstrates that these bureaucracies cannot be entrusted to look-after the interests of our relative human ecologies it should create awareness that now is the time to step-up participation in border re-establishment.
As James explains, the mishandling of the threat of pandemic disease, as in the case of Ebola, has been made evident not only through border crossing, but in a pattern of decades, extending to misreadings of the H.I.V. epidemic by these same responsible institutional bodies - such as the CDC, with its authoritative media organ, “Nature” magazine, taken to be definitive of science journalism and featuring assessments by experts such as Princeton’s R.M. Anderson - experts and their fact-checkers who are all too capable of committing fundamental errors in epidemic prediction.
Specifically, Anderson’s initial indication for Nature magazine suggested that an increased number of sex partners was not a particularly significant factor in H.I.V. transmission. This took for granted its operating on a relatively homogenous population, with steadier patterns and where outlier behavior is more compartmentalized into niches. Promiscuous heterosexuals in this sort of population were not particularly at risk as their partnering was in linear alignment and separate from the infected homosexual population. However, with the increasing introduction of diverse populations, not only are more promiscuous sorts added to the ranks of the population, but also those more capable of transmitting the disease, those still more recklessly transgressing niches and even those with malicious intent to deliberately transmit the disease.
“Strength in diversity indeed - for pandemic disease!”
The take-away is that European peoples must take initiative in border control to protect the interests of our human ecologies - for our very survival. Institutional bodies entrusted to be competent and concerned cannot be relied upon for even the basics of public health management - they are not even taking into account such basic factors as the mass introduction of alien biology and behavioral patterns on stable human ecologies; the direct introduction of virulence from primeval breeding grounds and bio-power, e.g., of Sub-Saharan Africa - which your European biology may not withstand. In fact, these bureaucrats in their faux-objectivism, whether the result of pandering or being pandered-to, malicious intent, indifference or incompetence at best, are subjecting European populations to experiments that your European biology should not have to hold up-to, as conducted upon you and the ancient human ecology of our European peoples unwillingly, unbeknownst, without consent.
More, for their very nature as fixed places, James likens nation states to immobilized patients in a clinic, and therefore draws the possibility of their susceptibility to pandemic, such as Spanish flue, which spread rapidly through immobilized patient concentrations in Red Cross hospitals after World War I. Immobile as the nations states are then, it is imperative to secure their borders against mobilized virulence.
Ebola having reached The U.S. highlights this fact. Thriving at length, transmissible even from a corpse, passively, potentially mutating airborne transmissability, Ebola can be far more destructive than the H.I.V. epidemic which the CDC blundered about..
James details the analogy in the misreading of H.I.V. and Ebola epidemiology:
Posted by DanielS on Monday, June 16, 2014 at 03:09 AM
I am one who tends to think that concern regarding homosexuality is exaggerated beyond its true importance in WN circles.
Perhaps because I was at one time confronted directly and from a complexity of different angles with the implication to myself, but having no doubt that I wasn’t, and wanting to be unburdened of any accusation’s tedium, I was forced to make efficient intellectual work of putting aside any such accusation, to master the ways in which the issue could be deftly set aside as it is - largely irrelevant.
Posted by Robert Reis on Sunday, April 4, 2010 at 02:22 PM
Misology in America Part 2.1
Why do most people believe that smoking is dangerous?
Posted by Guest Blogger on Wednesday, April 1, 2009 at 04:16 PM
Are you in good health? Well, what defines good health? Is it enough not to have cancer or debilitating diseases, or should one expect a spark of vivacity, vigor and animal spirits?
Here’s a website that lists some non-traditional (mostly herbal) remedies for ailments which many people have but are rarely diagnosed.
That website will repay some research into the various topics of discussion. Some of the website is the domain of “Quackery” so be warned - most of it however is quite good.
I recommend that everyone do the liver flush. It is a cleansing procedure that takes 2 days, and requires only oil, juice and Epsom salt. After I did it, I shat out massive amounts of ‘sand’ and rocks - apparently the contents of my liver - and became, overnight, a far better soccer player. Apparently, I’m a lot faster when I’m not carrying the contents of a sandbox inside my liver.
I also recommend the bowel cleanse - it will eliminate the poo in you that is stuck in your system, the so-called mucoid plaque. Basically its a rubbery black rope-like shit-tube. Everyone is carrying this around - unless you’ve eaten a stirling diet your entire life.
Next up for me is the parasite cleanse - recommended for anyone, because everyone has some type of parasites. This last cleanse requires more reading as there are many possible avenues for treatment. Parasites are a big drain on a man - for example, Candida is an internal yeast infection that looks like cotton balls and eats up all your magensium. You feel it when magnesium gets low because you can’t think so clearly.
Beyond this is the kidney cleanse, halogen cleanse, and chelating stuff. The latter removes heavy metals stored in your fat supply. Then you can proceed to lose weight, so you burn off fat which is likely used in your body for toxin storage.
Anyway, at least do the simple stuff, because our philosophy needs happy, thriving, bright-faced exponents who will be more vivacious than the other side in all things. Also if you find yourself lacking the happy childhood energy, you feel yourself getting older, rings under the eyes, beer belly - it need not be that way. Go on a cleansing diet and restore some of your youthful vivacity. We all know by observation how the state of the material body effects “the spirit” - with that in mind I wish all participants here the best gift of all - good health!
Posted by Robert Reis on Thursday, December 20, 2007 at 03:53 AM
Misology in America Part 2
Misology is the hatred of objective knowledge gained by the scrupulous use of the scientific method when it contradicts the political goals, ideology or religious faith of the misologists.
Misologists dominate the discussion of public policies in several areas in the modern world.
In the United States misologists predominate in the media, the universities, the schools, and among the elected politicians and the clergy.
In Part 1 I presented evidence that the misologists dominate the public discussion of the distribution of the general mental ability factor or IQ in various identifiable human genetic clusterings.
For many decades the public health authorities, the media and politicians have propagated dire warnings about the harmfulness of smoking tobacco products for the individual smoker. When these dire warnings failed to persuade all smokers to stop, the public health authorities began propagating dire warnings about the effects of passive inhalation of tobacco smoke by non-smokers.
Posted by Robert Reis on Thursday, September 6, 2007 at 06:24 AM
Bigots, Fools and Liars:
“He who will not reason is a bigot; he who cannot is a fool; and he who dares not is a slave.”