We at Mad Mondays can barely bring ourselves to write about news from Afghanistan this week. The situation is so awful, and it is hard to say anything that has not already been said. ICYMI, two suicide bombings killed 13 US Marines and 170 Afghanis at the Kabul airport. In a press conference, President Biden vowed to… Read More Afghanistan
The primary cause of exploitation is not imagining that exploitation is possible. Refusal to acknowledge the obvious presence of dark principalities is granting permission for their demonic influences. The generational effect of demonic principalities is the normalization of psychopathy. Driven to and fro, the maddened ideologue/idolater will say and do anything, even polar opposite things,… Read More I Can’t Believe It
The biggest COVID news last week was that the Pfizer vaccine was given full approval from the FDA. Mainstream media outlets and Dr. Fauci seem to think that this move settles the matter of “vaccine hesitancy” and have called for more vaccine mandates. So after all the flip-flopping, all the censoring of dissenting voices, apparently all we needed was… Read More COVID round up
Vice has reported on the potential dangers of “netflow data.” It is an “open secret” in cybersecurity that Internet Service Providers collect data about which computer is connected to which, even across VPNs. Ostensibly, this is justified as a method of tracking stolen data but a threat intelligence firm says there is nothing to stop the… Read More Who’s watching the henhouse
The quest for integrity in elections continues in the US, with voting anomalies still being investigated around the country. PJ Media reported that almost 15 million mail-in ballots for the 2020 election are unaccounted for. The desire of Democrats to increase their ability to stay in power is evidenced in recent bills. Senator Ted Cruz stayed up very late recently to defeat… Read More Elections, voting and ballots. Oh my!
The Hustle has noted that the wedding industry is going gangbusters and wonders whether that one boom may lead to another. Perhaps Toys R Us thinks it knows. After going bankrupt a few years ago, the retailer is set to open 400 outlets within Macy’s stores. Daily Wire is reporting that over 3000 doctors and health professionals have filed a lawsuit… Read More Smells like a lawsuit
“The Science” is at it again… Nature has reported that evolutionary biologists are trying to find genetic clues as to why homosexuality exists. Homosexuality is an evolutionary paradox, in that it is barren by design and doesn’t belong in a “survival of the fittest” view of evolution. Although every study that has set out to prove that “gayness” is an… Read More You can’t handle the truth
In a weird moral victory, OnlyFans, a kind of Instagram for creators of sexually explicit content, announced last week that it was getting out of the pornography business. Sort of. While nudity is still allowed, pressure from credit companies and backers means the company is trying to shake its reputation as a “safe place” for sex workers to make… Read More Enemies of my enemies are my friends
Does anyone ever see it coming? Use smoke to hide fire. We’ve been fighting demons with Wisdom from the beginning. In the meantime, (archaic) “modern” military strategies cannot succeed against a spiritually motivated insurgency that gleefully embraces the asymmetric advantage of neo-barbarian rules of war. Like “modern” economic theories, and all other such trending mythologies,… Read More Qui Bono?
Anyone would be hard-pressed to avoid the news about Afghanistan last week, even those of us who have unplugged from bluescreens. The tragic images of young women pleading with soldiers to save them from the Taliban, are only slightly less harrowing than the footage of mothers passing their babies over razor wire to US troops at the Kabul airport. … Read More A hasty retreat