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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconSep-30 7:37 AM 
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September 30, 2021

         “I hope the teachers resigning because of COVID insanity and CRT stuff are aware of their ABSURD market value. There are MILLIONS of parents who want their kids educated by someone like you. Start a group home schooling business. Do private tutoring.”

Teachers Leaving Schools Over Medical Tyranny and CRT Now Have HIGH Market Value 

There have been so many sad stories coming out of Pandemic Panic Theater as well as the filthy residue of anti-white racism, also known as Critical Race Theory. Teachers in particular have been hit hard as they’re being forced to decide between what they know is right and what governments, school boards, and their peers are telling them to do.

But there’s a silver lining, as Jesse Kelly from The First noted on Twitter:

“I hope the teachers resigning because of COVID insanity and CRT stuff are aware of their ABSURD market value. There are MILLIONS of parents who want their kids educated by someone like you. Start a group home schooling business. Do private tutoring.”

He is correct. There are plenty of parents seeking teachers who are willing to ignore the mandates and pressure applied on both the Covid-19 and Cultural Marxist fronts. I’ll take it as step further and say that teachers who oppose medical tyranny and racist indoctrination could find enough donors or big-money sponsors to start schools in their area, or to be relocated to other areas where such schools are already launching.

The same can be said about healthcare professionals, though launching a clinic or small hospital has many more logistic and financial challenges than launching a school. Nevertheless, it could be done. In fact, it SHOULD be done. I, for one, would love to take my family to a vaccine-free clinic staffed with talented, unindoctrinated medical professionals.

The universal vaccination crowd and the Cultural Marxist crowd are often one in the same. They are pushing for a segregated America in which those of us who believe in medical freedom and racial equality are exorcized from their midst. We must fight this, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t also start working on the backup plans in case they reach critical mass and successfully eject us from society.

 
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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconSep-30 7:59 AM 
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September 30, 2021

         "forbids banning abortions on the basis of a baby’s race, sex, or disability,"

          They left out "eye color." They could call this the "legalized eugenics bill."

House Democrats vote to codify Roe v. Wade, legalize abortion on demand

The bill forbids states from subjecting abortion to ultrasound requirements, mandatory waiting periods, informed-consent requirements, and other health and safety rules.

Driven by fears that the Supreme Court may be on the verge of overturning the landmark pro-abortion ruling Roe v. Wade, the U.S. House of Representatives voted 218-211 Friday to pass legislation that would enshrine abortion on demand in federal law. 

In December, the nation’s highest court will begin hearing oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which concerns Mississippi’s HB 1510 law banning abortions from being committed past 15 weeks for any reason other than physical medical emergencies or severe fetal abnormalities. Abortion defenders argue it violates the judicially-created “right” to pre-viability abortions; pro-lifers hope the case will finally lead to the reversal of Roe.

In May, House Democrats reintroduced the so-called Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA), purportedly to prepare for such a future, though it would go much further than granting the tenets of Roe statutory legitimacy.

The legislation, which has been repeatedly introduced over the past several years without being acted upon, establishes a federal statutory right to perform and obtain abortions, including after fetal viability (under the broad cover of “health”), and specifically forbids states from subjecting abortion to ultrasound requirements, mandatory waiting periods, informed-consent requirements, and other health and safety regulations, such as admitting privileges.

The WHPA also protects so-called “webcam” abortions (i.e., dispensing abortion pills without an in-person doctor’s visit), forbids banning abortions on the basis of a baby’s race, sex, or disability, and forbids banning particular techniques such as dilation and evacuation (D&E) procedures, better known as “dismemberment” abortions because they entail literally ripping unborn babies apart in the womb, then removing them from the uterus limb by limb.

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That means that, for now, the future of abortion law remains in the Supreme Court’s hands. Many pro-lifers see the upcoming Mississippi case as the greatest test yet of the current justices, a majority of whom were appointed by Republican presidents yet have still disappointed pro-lifers and conservatives on various occasions. 

Only Justice Clarence Thomas is explicitly on the record as anti-Roe, and only he and Justice Samuel Alito have established consistently conservative records over a significant period of time. 

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconOct-1 5:32 AM 
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How The CDC Creates Mandates
 
 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconOct-1 5:50 AM 
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October 1, 2021

        "Left-wing activists have largely erased the term "women" from their political vocabulary in recent years out of fear of offending biological women who identify as men."

        Liberals should be OUTRAGED. Imagine a woman that identifies as a man. She is therefore a MAN, right, and everybody knows men cannot become pregnant. It is therefore SILLY to give these MEN abortion protections. LIBERALS - YOU NEED TO PROTEST!

Democratic Abortion Bill Protects ‘Transgender Men’

Bill would legalize abortion on demand nationwide

Women march across the US to fight for equal rights - ABC News

A Democratic bill legalizing abortion on demand nationwide includes provisions for "every person capable of becoming pregnant," including "transgender men."...The bill notes that "transgender men, non-binary individuals, those who identify with a different gender … are unjustly harmed by restrictions on abortion services."

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconOct-1 6:20 AM 
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October 1, 2021

       "If Texas wants to sue Google in Texas to protect Texans, it should be able to do so. The same goes for Utah, or California, or any other state."

Senate Judiciary Committee advances bipartisan antitrust bill aimed at Google, Facebook

The bill would make it more difficult for antitrust suits to be moved to courts that are more sympathetic to the defendants

A bill that would allow state attorneys general to select which courts hear their antitrust cases advanced Thursday out of the Senate Judiciary Committee with broad bipartisan support.

The State Antitrust Enforcement Venue Act is sponsored by Sens. Amy Klobuchar, a Minnesota Democrat, and Mike Lee, a Utah Republican, the committee's top antitrust legislators, both of whom are themselves attorneys.

The politicians believe the bill will prevent state antitrust cases from being moved to courts that are favored by defendants and combined with private lawsuits.

The bill is one of a several being taken up by Congress this year pertaining to antitrust regulations surrounding Big Tech.

"This bill would simply strengthen enforcement of our antitrust laws," Klobuchar said.

State attorneys general widely support the bill, as well as some of the other congressional efforts to update antitrust legislation.

In addition to pending suits again Google, state AGs are pursuing an antitrust case against Facebook, which was initially dismissed by a federal judge, but is being appealed. 

But, some committee members have concerns about the retroactive application of the law to already pending cases.

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Lee and Klobuchar stood by the retroactive application of the law, saying that from a legalistic standpoint, it changes only procedural rules not substantive legal standards. 

Removing the retroactive portion of the law would "only help Google, which wants to do everything it possibly ca to slow down the prosecution and keep the case as far away from Texas as possible," said Lee.

He also said: "If Texas wants to sue Google in Texas to protect Texans, it should be able to do so. The same goes for Utah, or California, or any other state." 

Google and Facebook have been aggressive in their contestation of allegations of anti-competitive behavior and practices. 

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconOct-1 6:24 AM 
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October 1, 2021

       "European countries have chosen to forsake existing reliable and abundant energy sources like coal for unreliable wind and solar, and now they are seeing soaring energy prices because the wind hasn't been blowing as much as usual lately."

        Not to mention that the Biden administration has done everything in its power to reduce the global energy supply, particularly in the United States.

https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2021/09/leftist_policies_are_wrecking_global_supply_chains_and_triggering_shortages_and_looming_hyperinflation_standby_for_capitalism_to_be_blamed_.html

Leftist policies are wrecking global supply chains and triggering shortages and looming hyperinflation. Stand by for capitalism to be blamed

We already see soaring prices, empty store shelves, shortages of critical products, factories shut down, workers unemployed, and people freezing in their homes.  

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There are multiple sources of the troubles bedeviling the international division of labor, but they all have one thing in common: bad government policies pushed by progressives.

Start with COVID, a highly communicable virus that can be lethal if left untreated, especially in people with comorbidities including obesity and diabetes.  Governments around the world for the first time in human history decided to quarantine the healthy, not the sick, and went into "lockdowns" for a disease that has a 99.5% recovery rate is most dangerous to an identifiable subset of their populations: the elderly, the obese, and the already ill.

Those lockdowns constricted production, and the resulting unemployment temporarily deferred demand for many goods, including durables like cars and home appliances.  In the United States, tax-free payments were offered to unemployed people that were more lucrative than the taxable wages they might receive if they returned to work, resulting in a predictable artificial labor shortage, further crimping the manufacture and distribution of many goods.

Many of the same factors were at work internationally.  Jack Phillips of the Epoch Times explains: 

With demand surging for goods that consumers deferred purchasing, and with worker shortages hindering resupply, choke points are developing all over the world.

It's gotten to the point where at least one major retailer is attempting to bypass normal transport systems:

These COVID-induced shortages are stoking inflation.

The other progressive policy initiative wreaking havoc is green energy mandates.  European countries have chosen to forsake existing reliable and abundant energy sources like coal for unreliable wind and solar, and now they are seeing soaring energy prices because the wind hasn't been blowing as much as usual lately. 

 

 
From: WALTER784 DelphiPlus Member IconOct-1 8:56 AM 
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WEBELIAHU said...

The bill is one of a several being taken up by Congress this year pertaining to antitrust regulations surrounding Big Tech.

If it's for big tech, then it's no good... regardless of whether a republican or democrat supports it.

If it's anti-big tech, then it's good... again... regardless of whether a republican or democrat supports it.

FWIW

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconOct-3 6:03 AM 
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October 3, 2021

        "Much of the price index data from the last several months has validated the argument that inflation may not be a transitory phenomenon this time around."

         What are they talking about??? Biden and the Dems have killed the energy sector, are killing the employment sector, have been closing the country for business, and so forth. Everything they do drives up inflation. "Inflation may not be a transitory phenomenon this time around?" This is not rocket science this time around.

https://www.nationalreview.com/news/key-inflation-measure-soars-to-30-year-high/

Key Inflation Measure Soars to 30-Year High

The Federal Reserve’s preferred inflation gauge, the core personal consumption expenditures price index, which excludes food and energy costs, soared to a 30-year high in August.

The measure increased 0.3 percent for the month and was up 3.6 percent from last year in its steepest climb since May 1991, a trend suggesting that the pandemic’s inflationary pressures, catalyzed by massive government spending, supply chain bottlenecks and surging demand, are not correcting as quickly as some economists anticipated.

With the more volatile staple categories of food and energy factored back in, PCE prices increased 0.4 percent for the month and 4.3 percent year over year, the highest hike since January 1991, the Bureau of Economic Analysis reported Friday.

Personal income increased 0.2 percent for the month, while spending increased by 0.8 percent.

The ISM Manufacturing index survey for September also indicated that prices are rising, with 81.2 percent of respondents reporting increases versus 79.4 percent in August.

“Supply chain concerns are growing beyond electronics and chips into most other commodities. Lead times are extending, shipping lanes are slowing, and we will not see an end to this in 2021,” one respondent said in reference to backlogs and delays still plaguing his sector in electrical equipment, appliances and components, according to CNBC.

Much of the price index data from the last several months has validated the argument that inflation may not be a transitory phenomenon this time around. However, some economists and financial analysts cited by the White House to justify their $3.5 trillion spending bill still believe inflation will subside as soon as market disequilibriums balance.

Until recently, Federal Reserve leaders projected that inflation would temper and approach pre-pandemic levels of 2 percent or less by the close of 2021, but continued supply and labor shortages have changed that outlook. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell commented earlier this week that he finds the unrelenting inflation “frustrating.” He said he can foresee the possibility in which the shortages, and therefore inflation pressures, persist until next summer.

The Fed’s inflation target has long been a 2 percent average over the long run. To compensate for past quarters of inflation target undershooting, the Fed has tolerated inflation running above 2 percent for a number of consecutive quarters. In the event of spiraling inflation, a monetary instrument the Fed has at its disposal to slow it down is to hike interest rates, but not without the risk of triggering new recessionary effects.

 

 
From: WALTER784 DelphiPlus Member IconOct-3 11:47 AM 
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WEBELIAHU said...

"Much of the price index data from the last several months has validated the argument that inflation may not be a transitory phenomenon this time around."

Actually, inflation is transitory... it will transit back down within a year or two after a strong GOP incumbent has made POTUS again... if that will ever happen... but we need to fix the election process before that can happen again!!!

So expect it to transit up at least until 2024!!!

FWIW

  • Edited October 3, 2021 11:48 am  by  WALTER784
 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconOct-3 11:51 AM 
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       It won't be easy for a Trump et al to reverse the MASSIVE damage that the Biden/Dems have wrought. Pray it won't be too late for America and the free world.

 

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