Another reason to hate Amazon

I recently had to order some gefilte fish. As a Jew, if I go too long without gefilte fish, I’ll shrivel up and die – and I had to buy it from Amazon, because it was CHEAPER.

Actually, there was something else I had to buy from there, due to a lack of alternatives. At that point, Amazon had tricked me into clicking on the “try Amazon Prime” button. They make it very easy. So easy, that there’s little doubt that millions of people have accidentally clicked on it, thus starting their “free 30 day trial.”

Do you think Amazon sends an email, toward the end of that trial period, warning you that you’re about to be charged? Dream on.

My trial membership was due to expire tomorrow. I visited their website in order to cancel it. I never wanted it in the first place, though I did get my gefilte fish delivered for free.

I’ll admit that I’m not the most computer savvy person on the planet, but I’m not dumb either. Amazon makes it exceedingly difficult to find the “cancel my Amazon Prime membership” button. It took me a long time to find it, and it was NOT located in any obvious places; you really must dig for it.

But that wasn’t the end of it. After clicking the cancel button, I was warned, given second chances, and enticed to keep it, no less than 4 times.

“Are you sure you want to cancel your Prime membership?”

“If you cancel your membership, you’ll miss out on these great deals!”

“Are you nuts? Only an insane person would actually cancel his Prime membership!”

“If you cancel, we’ll send burly men to your home to break your legs.”

I cancelled anyway – and I made sure to keep a screenshot of the confirmation just in case. They did send me a confirmation email.

What truly makes me mad is not what they put me through; I can deal with it. What makes me mad is the knowledge that millions of elderly people, who lack the mobility to shop for things at brick-and-mortar stores, depend on Amazon for basic necessities. People like my mother, who gets her medications via Amazon.

Maybe it makes sense for many of these elderly people to have Amazon Prime. I’m sure if you do the math, they’re saving money on shipping costs. If so, then let Amazon sell this option with honesty and integrity.

Unfortunately, the way Amazon has it set up looks a lot like a scam, and they’re preying upon society’s most vulnerable. If it was so difficult for me to figure out how to cancel my Prime membership, and to actually remember to do it before the 30-day trial membership ended, how difficult must it be for people who are 80 years old, and suffering from dementia?

Amazon, you make me sick.

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A deadly brew of progressivism

What do you get when you:

*Import bloodthirsty savages into your country

*Allow activist judges to protect said savages from deportation

*Prohibit your citizens from keeping guns to protect themselves

*Implement Affirmative Action policies for 911 operators?

You end up with high-IQ people, such as Dr. Lina Bolanos and Dr. Richard Field, getting butchered by savages, such as Bampumim Teixeira:

A Massachusetts man charged with killing two engaged doctors in their luxury Boston condominium in May has been held without bail.

Prosecutor John Pappas said the 30-year-old Teixeira bound and stabbed 38-year-old Dr. Lina Bolanos and 49-year-old Dr. Richard Field in their home on May 5.


On May 8th, 2017, West African immigrant Bampumim Teixeira was charged with the murders of two Boston doctors.

As reported by the Boston Globe, in 2014 and 2016, Teixeira had twice burglarized the same bank. His sentence for those crimes was 364 days in jail — 1 day short of a year, which is to say, only 1 day short of legal grounds for deportation. Surely the judge had intentionally prescribed 1 day fewer than a year in order to protect him from being forced to leave the country.

Teixeira was released from prison in April of 2017, as a result of the three-month remainder of his sentence being suspended.

It should be noted that Dr. Bolanos was, herself, an immigrant from Columbia.

Here is Teixeira:

… and his victims:

The State of Massachusetts does not allow its subjects to keep firearms at home, in such a way that they are useful at a moment’s notice:

Storage of firearms at home

All guns must be stored in a locked container or equipped with a tamper-resistant mechanical lock or other safety device. Primitive firearms are exempt from this storage requirement. It is recommended that you store firearms unloaded, separately from ammunition, in locked compartments.

The Yahoo version of the story states:

But because the voice on the call was muffled and was unable to respond to repeated questions, the operator said she was “releasing the call” and hung up, WCVB reported.

I don’t know, for a fact, that the 911 operator, who hung up on Dr. Bolanos, was an Affirmative Action hire, but it seems likely. Massachusetts does put a high priority on “Diversity” when it comes to hiring such operators:

An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

This could probably be said for all US states, and it’s shocking that anybody could believe that prioritizing “Diversity” would have no effect on quality. In any large scale endeavor, all priorities will come at a cost to other priorities. There is no such thing as an added priority, or goal, that has no cost.

The hiring of inferior Affirmative Action employees does, ultimately, have a negative effect on non-Affirmative Action employees as well. As expectations are lowered for some employees, it brings down the overall quality of work. I’ve seen this myself.

At every step, the Progressive State enabled this tragedy to unfold. It might as well have taken the two doctors into custody, and shot them in the head, as they used to do in China.

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Who’s killing transgender people?

A recent Huffington Post article, reposted in Yahoo News, calls attention to the short life-expectancy of transgender people, and bemoans the high number of homicide victims among them.

At Least 22 Transgender People Were Killed In 2019. Here Are Their Stories

Violence against the trans community has been an ongoing epidemic. The life expectancy for transgender women of color in the U.S. is 35 years old; it’s about 78 years old for their cisgender counterparts. The number of known trans and gender non-conforming deaths was at an all-time high in 2018 with 26 recorded deaths, according to the HRC, which steadfastly tracks anti-trans violence.

Below are the 22 trans and gender non-conforming people ― the overwhelming majority of whom are Black transgender women ― known to have been killed in 2019. 

The Huffington Post wants us to see photos of the victims:

An ignorant person might assume that these transgender blacks were murdered by racist white rednecks.

However, a little investigation reveals that, of all the suspects we know about, all but one were black, one was mestizo and NONE were white. Here are the photos the Huffington Post does NOT want us to see:

If the Huffington Post really cared about the lives of transgender people, it would identify the problem correctly – as a black problem. It’s not whites who are murdering transgenders.




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Black substitute assaults student

I know there are some fine black teachers out there, but this isn’t one of them – and the interracial* aspect of this crime should have warranted mention… but not from the Huffington Post.

A substitute teacher in Texas was arrested Friday after she allegedly punched and stomped on a student during class. Disturbing cellphone videos of the altercation, filmed by the student’s classmates, have circulated on social media.

The teacher — 32-year-old Tiffani Shadell Lankford — faces a felony charge of aggravated assault, the Hays County Sheriff’s Office said. Lankford was immediately fired from the Hays Consolidated Independent School District, where she’d reportedly worked as a substitute teacher since the beginning of the school year.

So why did I link to Yahoo instead?

I recently met an executive from Yahoo. We had a nice chat, and it turns out that there are plenty of conservatives who work for Yahoo. Some of them are probably pro-white, though they value their jobs too much to reveal this.

It’s worth noting that Yahoo news continues to allow comments on most of its news articles, even though many, if not most, of those comments are openly pro-white. There is little filtering or censorship. To me, this speaks volumes.

It’s also worth noting that, even though Yahoo news appears to be extremely culturally Marxist, some of the headlines are positioned in such a way as to draw attention to the absurdity of Cultural Marxism.

Yahoo must maintain an outward semblance of orthodoxy in order to keep advertising dollars. I think they do so only as much as necessary, but do what they can to reveal the truth to perceptive readers.

* I’m pretty sure the victim is Hispanic.

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Two teenagers found guilty of murdering girl scout in east London park

Sadly, another white girl has been sacrificed on the altar of Diversity.

Two teenagers have been found guilty of murder for fatally stabbing a girl scout to death in an east London park.

Svenson Ong-a-Kwie, 19, and a 17-year-old boy who cannot be named were convicted over the death of Jodie Chesney, 17, who was “caught up in a quarrel between drug dealers” when she was stabbed to death while smoking cannabis and playing music in a park with friends on March 1 of this year.

Ms Chesney was killed in what is believed to have been a case of "mistaken identity" in Amy's Park, Harold Hill, east London, on March 1 (PA)
Ms Chesney was killed in what is believed to have been a case of “mistaken identity” in Amy’s Park, Harold Hill, east London, on March 1 (PA)

Their co-defendants Manual Petrovic, 20, and a 16-year-old boy were cleared of murder.

If the lives of women and girls really mattered to the powers that be, then they would speak up about the terrible toll that Diversity takes on the fairer sex. Instead, they encourage ever more savages to roam our streets.

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ABC News double standards

Whenever a white police officer is accused of wronging a black citizen, ABC News is quick to note the race of the officer and of the victim, either in the headline, or in the first sentence of the story. For example:

A white police officer in Phoenix, involved in a viral-video arrest of a black couple suspected of shoplifting will be fired, according to authorities.

The decision came after an internal investigation done by the police department over the summer, authorities said during a news conference Tuesday.

Another example:

A Pittsburgh jury acquitted a white former police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black teenager in the back last summer as the young man fled a traffic stop. Video of the incident captured by a local resident and posted online went viral and led to weeks of demonstrations.

But when the officer in question is black, and his victim white, ABC News does not see fit to mention race at all. Hence, this story:

A Florida officer was arrested on Tuesday after video appeared to show him slamming a female student to the ground at a school for children with emotional and behavioral disabilities.

Surveillance footage released by the Broward Sheriff’s Office shows Deputy Willard Miller, who was working as a school resource officer at Cross Creek School in Pompano Beach, grabbing a 15-year-old student by the neck and throwing her to the ground.

Though it’s obvious, from the video, that the offending officer is black, and his victim white, nowhere is this fact mentioned in the story.

Kudos to the Broward Sheriff’s Office for swiftly condemning this action, and holding the offending officer accountable.

Shame on ABC News for continuing to feed propaganda to the American public under the guise of “news.”

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Outrage among Pakistanis over acid attack

Recently, a Peruvian immigrant was attacked by a white man in Milwaukee. According to The Journal Sentinal:

Mahud Villalaz, 42, on Saturday remained stunned by his encounter on Milwaukee’s south side with a man at a bus stop who began berating him and then threw acid onto his face from a metal bottle.

Police said early Sunday that they had arrested a 61-year-old man in connection with an “aggravated battery” near the same location on Friday…

Milwaukee police had described the suspect as a white man, about 6 feet tall with a medium build…

“We find this incident to be problematic,” says Gulam Hammza, an elder of Milwaukee’s Pakistani community. “There is a sense of outrage and violation among our people. The Acid Attack is a distinctly South Asian, and specifically sub-continent, cultural tradition.”

Independent sources support Hammza’s contention. According to Wikipedia:

Since the 1990s, Bangladesh has been reporting the highest number of attacks and highest incidence rates for women, with 3,512 Bangladeshi people acid attacked between 1999 and 2013, and in Pakistan and India acid attacks are at an all-time high and increasing every year. Although acid attacks occur all over the world, this type of violence is most common in South Asia.

Hammza went on to say, “When Pamela Anderson appropriated Native American culture for Halloween, she was criticized, and rightfully so. But where’s the uproar when OUR culture is appropriated? The silence is deafening. I blame Islamophobia.”

Hammza has a message for white bigots:

“THINK before you attack! Use your fists, use your guns, use explosives or even insults – but DO NOT use Acid Attacks, or suicide bombings. That is NOT OKAY! It is NOT OKAY to appropriate the cultural traditions of my people.”



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