Gammas gonna gamma, part 532

Deltora Bear writes to the Kurgan on some social media platform or another:

Hey Kurgan, just letting you know that Owen completely lost the plot. He betrayed his OG bears. ALL of them. The ones that asked logical questions about UnauthorizedTV that is. Even for defending those that questioned. I got banned by him myself for asking why this guy Captain Cutler was banned on sight even though he rarely participated with Owen’s DLive streams. Just go and look yourself and see how he behaved in his latest stream. I’m done with Vox as well because I don’t trust his true intentions but you know more than me about that. I’ve been with you for months and trust that you’re an honest man and will perhaps do right if something’s up.

The Kurgan responds, kurganly:

Why are you telling me?

I’m not Owen’s dad or priest or anything. I don’t really have the time to watch his streams, especially lately, but that aside, I’m not the Internet policeman. If you don’t want to watch Owen anymore then don’t. I’m not clear why you think telling me is required. Ditto Vox and what Vox does.

I am however intrigued about how you don’t trust his TRUE INTENTIONS! You have a magic ball that shows you everyone else’s but not his? And if not… what could his true intentions possibly be? Poison the water supply of Gotham? Expose Jordan Peterson as a drug-addled fraud?

What dastardly evil deed do you think he’s plotting? Global domination? The eradication of Gammas? Pray do tell, I am curious.

I wonder to whom Deltora Bear will go to complain about the Kurgan? It’s becoming abundantly clear that the most grievous sin a man can commit in the eyes of the average Gamma is to fail to take the Gamma as seriously as he takes himself.

The sad thing is that the Gamma never grasps that everyone else, especially all the women, are not only not appalled by the way he has been treated, they are actively applauding his banishment.


This certainly looks promising

I was alerted by several readers about some recent changes at a certain social technology company. After review by some of the LLoE members, a consensus conclusion was reached.

Item One: Patreon has new terms of use. But the effective date is more than a little… odd. I’ve never seen anything like it. Neither had anyone else.

Effective immediately for users joining Patreon on or after December 20th, 2019. Effective for existing users on, and applicable to claims not yet asserted by, January 1st, 2020.

Item Two: Patreon follows the JAMS policy on Consumer Arbitrations, as it has to as a California corporation.

For creators and patrons who are consumers, we also follow the JAMS Policy on Consumer Arbitrations Pursuant to Pre-Dispute Clauses Minimum Standards of Procedural Fairness for consumer arbitrations done under these terms. For the purpose of an arbitration subject to the consumer standards, if any portion of these terms do not follow that standard, that portion is severed from these terms.

Item Three: Patreon doesn’t understand how California law applies to consumer arbitrations or the JAMS policy it claims to follow. That, or they’re hoping against hope that no one else does.

You may not bring a claim against us for suspending or terminating another person’s account, and you agree you will not bring such a claim. If you try to bring such a claim, you are responsible for the damages caused, including attorneys fees and costs.

Item Four: JAMS, however, does.

In California, the arbitration provision may not require the consumer to pay the fees and costs incurred by the opposing party if the consumer does not prevail.

Conclusion: Patreon already has a pretty good idea they are going to lose. Badly.


Little Nicky debate challenge, take three

A Nickler pushes a false narrative:

It is very telling that Vox Day ‘challenges’ Nick Fuentes to debate when Nick is also streaming. He doesn’t have the decency…balls….to ask Nick himself. He streams it and waits for people to send Nick messages about it livr on his own streams. It shows Vox is a snake.

 Dear Nick

I have been informed that you are willing to debate me so long as the subject is not related to the Holocaust. Very well. I propose a written debate concerning your following assertion:

Americans have to live with multiracialism.

I suggest we limit our entries to 2,500 words each, with no more than three entries apiece. As you will be arguing in the affirmative, I am willing to let you have the first word. I also suggest that we agree either party is permitted to publish the entire debate verbatim.

Please email me your first entry at your earliest convenience. I will post it at my blog without modification or comment.

Regards,

Vox

Another Nickler pushed another false narrative:

Vox Day didn’t want to debate.  That’s why he made it a written debate on a topic Nick isn’t interested in.  He’s afraid of Nick’s ability to use rhetoric which is why he wanted to make it in writing

To which I responded by sending the following email to Nick Fuentes:

Dear Nick,

A number of your followers apparently believe I am afraid to debate you live online because you are, and I quote, “a master of rhetoric”. This is not even remotely true. I don’t fear you in the slightest.

So, I am happy to challenge you to a live debate on the same subject I previously suggested, namely, your contention that Americans have to live with multiracialism.

If you would like to do it on the Killstream with Ethan Ralph, that is fine with me.

Regards,

Vox

Does anyone seriously doubt that Little Nicky will behave exactly like Ben Shapiru and run away a third time? I don’t give a flying fragment of an airborne rodent’s posterior about him, and I certainly don’t fear a disrespectful little would-be media whore who doesn’t have my education, my experience, or my intelligence.

He can make all the excuses he wants about optics, irrelevance, or hirsuteness. But everyone knows perfectly well why he is running away from me. I truly don’t care if he shows up to debate or if he doesn’t. If he does, I’ll deal with him exactly like I’ve dealt with every previous opponent. If he doesn’t, he’ll continue to be completely irrelevant to me.


Medieval History 101: Episode XII

Dr. Rachel Fulton Brown presents the Unauthorized community with a Christmas present that is also a harbinger of things to come next spring.

Once upon a time, the people of England had a mythology rich in symbolism and metaphor pointing to the ultimate truth. There was one story in particular which captured the imagination of poets, the story of a star that entered into time and lifted the people of the world out of darkness. The star’s name was Earendel—but what did his name mean? Who among men was so wise that he could unravel the riddle and make clear the mystery? J.R.R. Tolkien believed he knew! O come, O come, and learn the story of the star!

The episode guide is here.


Mailvox: a gamma’s confession

A gamma explains the nature of gamma spiraling:

You were right at identifying Gamma in me, I knew it at the time, but I couldn’t help myself. It was an outburst. So I apologize for coming at you with the wrong motivations and for being driven by my ego.

It’s interesting how Gamma behavior undercuts and discredits the Gamma’s own interests.

I find in myself I can start out honestly, but I get set off by a spiraling imagination which overtakes me and makes me emotional. It causes me to instantly hate anyone who slights me because of fear and weakness, and not being firmly grounded in forgiveness, love and God. I interpret their actions in the worst possible way, and hair-trigger react to it into a murderously aggressive stance. There is always a partial awareness of the unfoundedness of this overreaction, but it is a survival instinct like an abused dog lashes out, based in the emotional unsteadiness and mindlessness which sweeps me off my feet. Shame and knowing subconsciously that I have lost myself piles on more emotional pain which forces me deeper into committing into that state.

Ego te absolvo. This honest admission and description of the process illustrates the fundamental lie of the typical gamma posturing. Their pretense at superiority is intrinsically false, and the fact that those of us who understand the SSH know it only makes them spiral all the faster.


The secret federal Stasi

It appears The Storm is coming sooner rather than later, as AC’s longtime insistence that the FBI and other federal agencies were corrupted and US citizens have been subject to a massive private surveillance state is being confirmed through recent declassifications:

On March 9, 2016, Department of Justice (DOJ) oversight personnel learned that the FBI had been employing outside contractors who had access to raw Section 702 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) data, and retained that access after their work for the FBI was completed.

This information was disclosed in a 99-page FISA court ruling on April 26, 2017, that was declassified by Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats.

That wasn’t an isolated incident and the improper access granted to outside contractors “seems to have been the result of deliberate decisionmaking” (footnote – page 87).

The FISA court noted the “FBI’s apparent disregard of minimization rules” and questioned “whether the FBI may be engaging in similar disclosures of raw Section 702 information that have not been reported.”

On the same day of the discovery of the FBI’s use of private contractors, FBI lawyer Lisa Page sent a text to FBI agent Peter Strzok: “Need to try to fix a HUGE who f-up.”

AC himself explains what appears to have happened:

What has Q said? “We have it all.” “FISA Declass will bring down the house.” “This thing is bigger than you could possibly believe.”

What have I said? Cabal has amassed detailed surveillance files on every American, including conversations, intimate moments, and embarrassing details gathered from within the most private parts of their private homes, where they thought they had sanctuary to relax. This is what Q is saying. They have got it all. There is only one “it all” in this game. It is the whole ball of wax, the whole enchilada, the big database with all the files on everyone in America. Everything else is nothing by comparison.

I thought it was gathered off the record, by private companies that hired contractors which would shield it behind the Fourth Amendment. But then, I thought the spying on Trump would have been done by a private sector company with plausibly deniable ties to the Cabal.

I was wrong. These dumbasses used official government resources and signed official orders sanctioning the use. I hear R. Lee Ermey catching the recruit who wisecracked, with his eyes bugging out saying, “Oh, now you are FUCKED! I’ve got you! I know who you are! I know your fucking name!” They put their fucking names on it.  

This is bigger than Watergate + 9/11 + the Bay of Pigs + almost every other conspiracy theory you can name combined. It is also why you’re seeing definite signs of panic and desperation everywhere from the House of Representatives to the mainstream media to the boardrooms of the Fortune 500. This reaches from the heart of the Swamp in Washington DC to Silicon Valley and Seattle, Washington. In East Germany, it came out after the Wall fell that one-fifth of the population was involved in the surveillance of the other four-fifths of the population; now keep in mind that due to the mathematical reach of the FISA warrants, the 825 million surveillance orders issued actually exceeds the 320 million population of the USA.

Now we know how and why Google and Amazon and Facebook got so big, so fast. They were the corporate arm of the surveillance state. No wonder their top executives are retiring and running and applying for citizenship in non-extradition treaty countries like New Zealand.


Clusterdebacle

Things are rapidly going from bad to worse for the House Democrats and their problematic “impeachment”:

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said Thursday that he and Sen. Charles Schumer haven’t been able over the terms of a Senate impeachment trial, after the two party’s traded angry accusations about how the chamber will proceed.

McConnell, who earlier Thursday threatened to cancel an impeachment trial for President Donald Trump, described the state of play on the Senate floor after meeting with Schumer, the minority leader.

‘We remain at an impasse on these logistics,’ Schumer told colleagues.

‘My colleague wants a special pre-trial guarantee of certain witnesses whom the House Democrats themselves did not bother to pursue as they assembled their case. Or he wants to proceed without giving any organizational resolution forever,’ McConnell said….

Pelosi has to transmit the articles of impeachment and appoint ‘managers’ to prosecute the president. She offered no timeline, saying she wanted to see the Senate’s plan for a ‘fair trial,’ effectively holding the articles over McConnell’s and Trump’s heads.

Her delay came after several House Democrats took up an idea advocated by Harvard Law professor Lawrence Tribe, who has said the public ‘has a right to observe a meaningful trial rather than simply learn that the result is a verdict of not guilty.’

He advocated the idea of delaying sending over the articles to the Senate as a leverage point to try to secure better terms.

Another Harvard Law professor, Noah Feldman, penned an op-ed agreeing that the transmittal of impeachment articles is a crucial act in the process, and that until this happens, Trump technically hasn’t been impeached.

An indefinite delay ‘would pose a serious problem,’ Feldman wrote.

‘Impeachment as contemplated by the Constitution does not consist merely of the vote by the House, but of the process of sending the articles to the Senate for trial. Both parts are necessary to make an impeachment under the Constitution: The House must actually send the articles and send managers to the Senate to prosecute the impeachment. And the Senate must actually hold a trial.’

He added: ‘If the House does not communicate its impeachment to the Senate, it hasn’t actually impeached the president. If the articles are not transmitted, Trump could legitimately say that he wasn’t truly impeached at all.’

This just keeps getting better and better….



Impeachment posturing

Has anyone explained to House Democrats what happens if you hold your breath too long?

The future of the House’s impeachment case against President Trump hung in doubt on Thursday, after the third-ranking House Democrat raised the possibility that the chamber could permanently withhold the articles from the Senate if it did not get assurances of a fair trial.

The morning after the House impeached Mr. Trump nearly along party lines, Representative James E. Clyburn, Democrat of South Carolina, said he was willing to wait “as long as it takes” to transmit the two impeachment articles approved Wednesday night. The House charged Mr. Trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress related to his campaign to pressure Ukraine to smear Democratic rivals.

“Until we can get some assurances from the majority leader that he is going to allow for a fair and impartial and trial to take place, we would be crazy to walk in there knowing he has set up a kangaroo court,” Mr. Clyburn said Thursday morning on CNN, referring to Senator Mitch McConnell, Republican of Kentucky and the majority leader.

His remarks came the morning after Speaker Nancy Pelosi threw the matter into doubt by telling reporters shortly after passage of the articles of impeachment that she might wait to transmit them to the Senate until she could determine whether the trial would be fair.

Fine. Let them hold onto the articles of impeachment as long as they like. The Senate does not answer to the House. The longer this Democrat clusterdebacle continues, the better it is for the god-emperor and the American people.


Forget the Senate vote

The god-emperor should simply declare martial law and put an end to the entire would-be coup now. There is far more cause for martial law today, with a lawless House of Representatives and federal agencies full of confirmed criminals, than there was during Civil War 1.0. Soon we’re going to discover if the Great Negotiator can fight or not.

This isn’t a black pill. Americans are fortunate to have the god-emperor in office. Most Republicans would have caved already. I don’t think President Trump will do so. But I’m also not certain that he is ready to take the necessary steps. Yet. But he’s going to have to do it sooner or later if he wants to save America.