Watcher of Weasels Keeping an eye on the weasels of the world 2017-10-21T19:53:39Z http://www.watcherofweasels.org/feed/atom/ WordPress Puma ByDesign https://pumabydesign001.com/ <![CDATA[Laura Ingraham’s Fiery Reaction to George W. Bush Speech]]> http://www.watcherofweasels.org/?p=14918 2017-10-21T19:53:39Z 2017-10-21T19:53:39Z Last week former President George W. Bush delivered an anti-Trump, anti-America first and pro-globalist speech last week at the George Bush Institute in New York City. One day later, fired up talk radio host, Laura Ingraham, on her show Friday, had plenty to say about the speech by 44th President [Read More]

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Last week former President George W. Bush delivered an anti-Trump, anti-America first and pro-globalist speech last week at the George Bush Institute in New York City.

One day later, fired up talk radio host, Laura Ingraham, on her show Friday, had plenty to say about the speech by 44th President of the United States who left office with an approval rating of somewhere between a 30% and 22% depending on whom one asks.


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Bookworm http://www.bookwormroom.com/ <![CDATA[The Bookworm Beat 10/21/17 — the “how to stop a bully” illustrated edition]]> http://www.watcherofweasels.org/?p=14915 2017-10-21T07:20:32Z 2017-10-21T07:20:32Z In this day and age of political bullying, I start with a great video about stopping bullying — and then get to illustrations, both wise and silly.

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In this day and age of political bullying, I start with a great video about stopping bullying — and then get to illustrations, both wise and silly.

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FaustaW http://faustasblog.com/ <![CDATA[Argentina: Where is Santiago Maldonado?]]> http://www.watcherofweasels.org/?p=14908 2017-10-20T13:07:04Z 2017-10-20T13:07:04Z A mystery worthy of Adolfo Bioy Casares: Santiago Maldonado, 28, is an Argentinian activist for the rights of the indigenous Mapuchepeople of Patagonia. He has been missing since August 1, Witnesses say Mr Maldonado was last seen after he was arrested at a demonstration for the rights of the Mapuche indigenous group in [Read More]

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A mystery worthy of Adolfo Bioy Casares:

Santiago Maldonado, 28, is an Argentinian activist for the rights of the indigenous Mapuchepeople of Patagonia. He has been missing since August 1,

Witnesses say Mr Maldonado was last seen after he was arrested at a demonstration for the rights of the Mapuche indigenous group in southern Argentina on 1 August.

On the day that he disappeared, border police clashed with protesters while dismantling a roadblock that had been erected on Route 40, the main road crossing Argentina from north to south.

Police later denied detaining Mr Maldonado.

President Macri’s government offered a reward of nearly $30,000 for information on Maldonado’s disappearance.

Now a body was discovered in a riverbed just a few hundred yards from where Maldonado was last seen, wearing clothing that resembled his. Major political parties in Argentina have suspended campaigning for Sunday’s election as the body is transported to Buenos Aires for identification.

As the BBC puts it, “Argentina’s history of political disappearances has made the case an extremely hot subject.”

Cross-posted at Fausta’s blog.

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William of Ockham http://www.therazor.org <![CDATA[Fame to Blame for Lynyrd Skynyrd Airplane Crash October 20, 1977]]> http://www.watcherofweasels.org/?p=14903 2017-10-20T12:10:41Z 2017-10-20T12:10:41Z Forty years ago today the plane carrying Lynyrd Skynyrd, their road crew, tour manager, and two pilots crashed in a heavily wooded area north of Gillsburg Mississippi, killing lead singer Ronnie Van Zant, guitarist Steve Gaines. Four others, backup singer Cassie Gaines, the tour manager and both pilots also died [Read More]

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Forty years ago today the plane carrying Lynyrd Skynyrd, their road crew, tour manager, and two pilots crashed in a heavily wooded area north of Gillsburg Mississippi, killing lead singer Ronnie Van Zant, guitarist Steve Gaines. Four others, backup singer Cassie Gaines, the tour manager and both pilots also died in the accident, and several others suffered serious injuries. The band had finished playing a venue in Greenville South Carolina and were headed for their next gig at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge when the pilots radioed the plane was low on fuel. Air traffic controllers diverted the plane to a McComb-Pike County Airport, but the plane came down five miles short of the runway.

Tom Farrier, former director of safety at the Air Transport Association, details the findings of the investigation that followed the crash. Quoting the NTSB accident report he writes, “The National Transportation Safety Board determines that the probable cause of this accident was fuel exhaustion and total loss of power from both engines due to crew inattention to fuel supply. Contributing to the fuel exhaustion were inadequate flight planning and an engine malfunction of undetermined nature in the right engine which resulted in higher-than-normal fuel consumption.” In a twin engine prop plane that could hold 1,550 gallons of fuel the accident investigators found about a quart remaining.

A car running out of gas is an annoyance. A plane running out of fuel is a tragedy. Both are 100% preventable, so what happened?

Farrier’s analysis of the Lynyrd Skynyrd crash expands to cover other air crashes of celebrities and concludes that fame itself is a leading factor in the cause of these accidents. “Consider: High-profile performers like Patsy Cline, Richie Valens, Buddy Holly and Jiles Richardson (the “Big Bopper”), Jim Croce, Ricky Nelson, Aaliyah, Ronnie Van Zant and Steve Gaines, Audie Murphy, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jenni Rivera, Soundarya, and most of Reba McEntire’s band all died in non-scheduled aircraft crashes. Whole sports teams and NASCAR crews have been decimated in such events, as well as individual standouts like Roberto Clemente. Hale Boggs, Nick Begich, Mickey Leland and Ted Stevens — all current or retired members of Congress — died under similar circumstances, as did sitting Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown (in a dedicated VIP airlift aircraft)…”

These were for the most part people used to getting their way, or perhaps were surrounded by people who would be jerks on their behalf. A depressing number of the accidents in which they perished involved dodgy weather or other factors — like overloading — that were duly laid at the feet of the pilots in the investigation reports. I also note the periodic involvement of fairly young/inexperienced pilots in such narratives… the kinds who can be pushed into doing things that defy good judgment or common sense.”

It’s a lesson that the rich and famous can still learn today 40 years after the original band that defined the term “Southern Rock” was silenced.

 

 

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Bookworm http://www.bookwormroom.com/ <![CDATA[Dear Men, I truly love you, but I don’t necessarily trust you]]> http://www.watcherofweasels.org/?p=14900 2017-10-20T04:13:17Z 2017-10-20T04:13:17Z There’s nothing wrong with acknowledging that even the best raised men have a natural predatory streak — and that women’s intentional conduct affects it. I did not do the whole “me, too” thing. Aside from distrusting the reach of anything that originates on the Left (it will be used as [Read More]

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There’s nothing wrong with acknowledging that even the best raised men have a natural predatory streak — and that women’s intentional conduct affects it.

I did not do the whole “me, too” thing. Aside from distrusting the reach of anything that originates on the Left (it will be used as a cudgel eventually), and finding it meaningless given its incoherent blending of everything from hardcore rape to undefined “harassment.” I also hated the whole “victim” aura that hangs about it. As I discussed in an earlier post, although a perv twerked me on a bus some decades ago, that was on him, not on me. Indeed, I had mostly forgot about that millisecond in time until this whole “me, too” thing came up.

Nowadays, were someone to twerk me in a public place, I would accidentally on purpose emasculate the person (and I mean that literally, not the way Joe Biden, a known perv, says “literally”), and try to get him arrested. Back in the day, though, I just shifted my position to get him away from me and that was the end of it. In retrospect, while I’m sorry I didn’t maim him, I have a vague memory that I might have been on my way to a hearing at the courthouse, which far outweighed any other considerations.

But back to the subject of men. That sleazy little blip in my life (and please understand that this was not a frightening experience that put me in fear for my life, nor was it an invasive experience) did not turn me off of men. I really like men.

I like the way men look, I like the way men feel (rough and scratchy, but nice and warm), I like their strength (which makes me feel protected as long as it’s not directed at me), and most of all I like the way I feel when I’m with men. When I say this, I’m not talking about sex. I’m perfectly happy at a party to talk to a fascinating man who finds me fascinating too. He’s exotic, because he’s not one of the girls (and I have a lot of female friends) and that very exotic quality, if he likes me, makes me feel pretty damn special.

My admiration for men does not begin and end with appreciating their physical merits or needing them to appreciate mine (along with my brain, of course; they must always appreciate my brain). I like men’s willingness to step up and protect women; I like their willingness to fight for what’s right; I like their uncomplicated friendships; I like their physicality; I like their different approach to issues, although sometimes they can irritate me precisely because they don’t think “like a girl.”

So please understand, when I launch into the second part of this post, that what I’m saying does not come from a misandrous place.

You see, dear men, much as I like you (and I really do like you), I don’t trust you. You’re kind of like my dog. I adore him and he adores me, but I never lose sight of the fact that he’s basically a predator. If he’s driven by fear or overwhelming instincts, he may not be my friend. When I kiss his little fuzzy face, I always keep my hands pressed on either side of his little head to ensure that he doesn’t suddenly go feral and decide to take a nibble at my nose.

Men are hard-wired to be sexual predators. Untamed men, or men reared in a fundamentally misogynistic culture, never rein in their predatory nature. The only brakes placed on them are (a) women removing themselves entirely from the company of those men who aren’t close family members and (b) the potential risk to an overly predatory man if the woman’s male family members feel that the woman has been dishonored. No matter how innocent the woman, she will be killed . . . but sometimes the man is too.

In our more civilized world, men are given the message that they may not use violence to initiate sex with women. Some still do — there will always be predators — but most won’t.

However, absent violence, even the best raised men will still seek sex. They’ll use everything in their armory that they think they can get away with. Charm is always nice. Alcohol is a great social lubricant. Non-threatening touches on arms, legs, and face can work (and we’re assuming here that the man does not intend to be crude or threatening). Risqué jokes might help tell if a woman is intrigued. Different men have different techniques but, other than those men who are asexual or who have locked their predatory nature away entirely out of respect for a monogamous relationship, they’re on the prowl.

The above is a biological reality. You can fill binders of Human Resource books with rules; you can deny men their civil rights in college; you can do whatever the heck you want . . . but men will still put out feelers for sex. It’s what they do. IT’S NORMAL. (See, that’s what the Left hates. It’s normal.)

To the extent it’s normal, normal women have a role in this sexual dance. For one thing, they can yield to a man’s verbal charm or his exploratory touches or his little jokes. They can flirt with him or they can jump into bed with him. Women can drink nothing, or just a little, or too much. Women can dress in a flattering way or in an openly sexual way. Women can hook up or walk away.

Biologically, men’s predatory nature is matched by women’s receptive nature — or, in a civilized world, which is mostly what America is, by a woman’s clear signals that she’s not receptive.

I always gave out those clear signals. To this day, when I walk down the street, I intentionally try to radiate “tough fighter,” rather than “weak,” or “maybe I’m interested if you’re come on is good enough,” or “I’m selling sex, big boy.” In my single days, at parties, I steered clear of drugs and alcohol. If the risqué jokes made me uncomfortable, I don’t laugh. And if someone tried to touch me and I didn’t like it, my body language was off-putting, to say the least. Indeed, if the rumors are true that there’s a lot of wife-swapping in Marin, to the extent no one has invited me, I’m going to assume my “do not touch me” signals are still on, loud and clear.

The above dance is normal — and in a civilized society, women have a role in maintaining that normality.

What is not normal is rape. What is not normal is unwelcome, deeply physical touches that fall short of technical rape. And what is not normal is when someone, whether a president or a producer, uses a significant imbalance in power to force a woman into a blatantly sexual situation that clearly offend or frighten her.

So guys, let me say again that I love you. I do. But I know what you are and I know that we’re always dancing. If you’re a decent guy, when you realize I’m not interested in the dance, you walk away. If you’re a predator, whether by nature or nurture, you don’t. As for me, I function on a trust, but verify system. Although I’m always nice, I assume all guys are predators and I shut down as many openings as possible without giving offense . . . unless, of course, I’m interested too.

Photo credit: Strictly,, by Simon Blackley. Creative Commons; some rights reserved.

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Puma ByDesign https://pumabydesign001.com/ <![CDATA[Why the Lights Are Still Off in Puerto Rico (video)]]> http://www.watcherofweasels.org/?p=14894 2017-10-19T22:16:08Z 2017-10-20T02:03:50Z Puerto Rico, the nightmare that just will not go away and now it’s going to haunt us all. Published on Oct 19, 2017 by ReasonTV The government set the stage for a post-hurricane catastrophe.   Cross-posted on PUMABydesign001’s Blog.

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Puerto Rico, the nightmare that just will not go away and now it’s going to haunt us all.

Published on Oct 19, 2017 by ReasonTV

The government set the stage for a post-hurricane catastrophe.

 

Cross-posted on PUMABydesign001’s Blog.

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Bookworm http://www.bookwormroom.com/ <![CDATA[[MUST-SEE VIDEO] Gen. John Kelly’s press briefing is essential viewing]]> http://www.watcherofweasels.org/?p=14893 2017-10-19T22:07:52Z 2017-10-19T22:07:52Z Gen. Kelly’s press conference about military phone calls is breathtaking, moving, informative, and devastating to the Progressive chattering classes. Gen. Kelly doesn’t waste a single word. Everything he says is powerful and true. Please watch the whole video. When Gen. Kelly gets near the end of his briefing, his indictment [Read More]

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Gen. Kelly’s press conference about military phone calls is breathtaking, moving, informative, and devastating to the Progressive chattering classes.

Gen. Kelly doesn’t waste a single word. Everything he says is powerful and true. Please watch the whole video. When Gen. Kelly gets near the end of his briefing, his indictment of a culture that has lost its way, and parasitical politicians who take advantage of that fact is incredible.

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Puma ByDesign https://pumabydesign001.com/ <![CDATA[John Kelly blasts Frederica Wilson for eavesdropping on Trump’s call to Soldier’s widow & attacks.]]> http://www.watcherofweasels.org/?p=14884 2017-10-19T21:12:46Z 2017-10-19T21:12:46Z This is a conversation that no one should be having. This is a conversation of which White House Chief of Staff, John Kelly, who lost a son in combat had to address. Rep. Frederica Wilson should be ashamed, ASHAMED! Wilson had no right listening on such a private and sensitive [Read More]

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This is a conversation that no one should be having. This is a conversation of which White House Chief of Staff, John Kelly, who lost a son in combat had to address. Rep. Frederica Wilson should be ashamed, ASHAMED!

Wilson had no right listening on such a private and sensitive moment between President Donald J. Trump and the widow of one of those soldiers, Army Sgt. La David Johnson.

Fox News

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly said Thursday he was “stunned” and “broken-hearted” after a condolence call President Trump made to the widow of a slain soldier turned into a public and political spectacle pitting the administration against a Democratic lawmaker.

In a rare and emotional moment from the White House briefing room podium, Kelly condemned Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Fla., for listening to that phone call and then criticizing the president’s tone in the press.

“I was stunned when I came to work, when I saw what a member of Congress was doing, listened in on a phone call from the president,” Kelly told reporters.

“It stuns me that a member of Congress would have listened in on that conversation … I thought at least that was sacred,” he said[…]

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Below is today’s White House press briefing including Kelly’s statement in its entirety.

Progressives think so little of their constituents and the men and women who serve(d) and/or have made the ultimate sacrifice. What Wilson has done is exactly what Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson does when a Black man or woman is shot and killed by a law enforcement officer.

Hear me out.  They take ownership of a loss when the family is most vulnerable to use it for their own agenda except, of course, when the person perishes at the hands of another Black person.  Black on Black homicides is not worth their time and before the grieving family knows it, they’re deceased family member is indebted to race baiters and their agenda.

Despicable indeed but this is where Frederica Wilson is going.  The family of Army Sgt. Johnson will be expected to speak out and march against the President when Wilson calls in her chips next year when Wilson is up for re-election and again in 2020 when Trump runs for re-election.  This bitch needed a dead Black body to feather her cap. The fact that Army Sgt. Johnson is a hero who died serving his country means nothing.

SHAME!  Any politician incapable of honoring the fallen should stay away as far as possible.

Other Fox News articles on the subject:

And my earlier post over at Grumpy Opinions entitled, Voting Record Show Florida Progressive Voted “NAY” on Pro-VA and Veteran Measures.

Cross-posted on Grumpy Opinions.

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Bookworm http://www.bookwormroom.com/ <![CDATA[A rotating cast of stock-players in the Weinstein scandal — guest post by Lulu]]> http://www.watcherofweasels.org/?p=14889 2017-10-19T21:09:06Z 2017-10-19T21:09:06Z Guest blogger Lulu has noticed that the women speaking up about the Weinstein scandal fall into a few distinct categories, none of which seem very brave. Like everyone else, I have been watching the Harvey Weinstein story unfold with some fascination. Of course, the “why now?” aspect remains unanswered, and [Read More]

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Guest blogger Lulu has noticed that the women speaking up about the Weinstein scandal fall into a few distinct categories, none of which seem very brave.

Like everyone else, I have been watching the Harvey Weinstein story unfold with some fascination. Of course, the “why now?” aspect remains unanswered, and the other shoes have yet to drop on other perps and pervs. It has been remarkable to watch the Hollywood omerta code and how it was honored for decades. For me, an observer of human behavior, it has been fascinating to observe the reactions of the Hollywood community: the liars, the hypocrites, the actual victims, the game players. They’re all there.

First thing I noticed was that confessions seemed to follow a pattern. Harvey made lewd requests. The actress says she refused. Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie fit into this group. He tried. They declined. Harvey was pretty bold. These are daughters of Hollywood celebrities. It doesn’t deter him. These aren’t hungry small town girls he can easily manipulate. No, here the message is definitely about power. I can even humiliate people with famous parents and everyone is too scared of me to stop me. It’s a power play to be sure. I am intrigued by the fact that everyone famous says she said no. No one famous could possibly admit that she said yes if she did.

The liars: Meryl “I never knew, this is the first I’ve ever heard of it, Harvey Weinstein is God” Streep. Jane “I only heard about it last year. I’m totally shocked” Fonda. Brave feminists.

The hypocrites: They’re all hypocrites, but let’s especially look at the feminist pussy hat wearing advocates, like Ashley Judd, who protected Weinstein with her silence for years, protecting her career, not reporting a crime, allowing other women to be hurt by her silence. And there’s a special hypocrisy category for the late night comics, like Colbert and Kimmel, SNL, and on and on, who couldn’t be roused to even mention Weinstein in case it came back to personally bite them. As Iowahawk says, the Left media is about “covering the story. With a pillow. Until it stops moving.” Much has been written about their hypocrisy already so I will only add that there is some schadenfreude seeing these blowhards exposed as the moral midgets they are. Courtney Love was one of the few brave ones.  But they all knew and they willfully closed their eyes to it.

The game players: Let’s face it. It’s what you’ve gotta do to get a part. I’m sure lots of women knew exactly what to expect with old Harve and were willing to do so as the price to fame. Perhaps I am imagining, but every picture I see of him with Jennifer Lawrence makes me uncomfortable. He holds her too tightly, with too much familiarity. She laughs too hard at his jokes. She says she’s distressed by what he did to women and that he never tried anything like that with her. With a new confession every day, how likely does that sound?

What else could she say? It is not just fear of losing work, that keeps people silent. It’s not just hypocrisy. It’s fear that the public will assume that’s how they got the part and got rich and famous, and not just her remarkable, unique talent. And ugh. That’s real humiliation.

The liars and the hypocrites deserve little sympathy. The game players? Hard to tell. But there are real victims out there, the ones who had no powerful families or friends to protect them, and the ones who didn’t even gain fame and money in exchange for the fear and humiliation. As always, in a company town such as Hollywood, it’s the bit players that are the actual victims.

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Puma ByDesign https://pumabydesign001.com/ <![CDATA[Tucker Carlson Tonight: Peter Schweizer, Nancy Soderberg on Obama Admin, Clintons’ Russia Uranium One Deal]]> http://www.watcherofweasels.org/?p=14877 2017-10-19T14:06:51Z 2017-10-19T14:06:51Z As proven in the videos below, the Obama administration and the Clintons need the fake narrative that Russia hacked the 2016 presidential election in collaboration with President Trump and/or his campaign surrogates at the top of the news cycle to divert attention away from the Obama administration allowing then Secretary [Read More]

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As proven in the videos below, the Obama administration and the Clintons need the fake narrative that Russia hacked the 2016 presidential election in collaboration with President Trump and/or his campaign surrogates at the top of the news cycle to divert attention away from the Obama administration allowing then Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton pursue the sale of 20% of U. S. uranium to Russia, i.e., the Uranium One Deal.

The first video: Peter Schweizer of Clinton Cash who broke the story of the Uranium One Deal begins the discussion with Tucker Carlson leading up to Nancy Soderberg, former Deputy National Security Advisor and as an Ambassador at the United Nations under Bill Clinton (second video).

Soderberg claims that the Uranium One deal occurred a decade ago (it did not), so why are we talking about it.  She goes on to say besides,”this whole issue is fake news” and that the real story is Russia’s collusion in the 2016 presidential election.  Spoken like a true swamp critter and die-hard Clintonista.


For the record, the Uranium One deal occurred in 2010, seven years ago. We are talking 20% of U. S. uranium and millions of dollars were donated/funneled to the Clinton Foundation.

As reported back in 2015, by The New York Times

Beyond mines in Kazakhstan that are among the most lucrative in the world, the sale gave the Russians control of one-fifth of all uranium production capacity in the United States. Since uranium is considered a strategic asset, with implications for national security, the deal had to be approved by a committee composed of representatives from a number of United States government agencies. Among the agencies that eventually signed off was the State Department, then headed by Mr. Clinton’s wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton.

As the Russians gradually assumed control of Uranium One in three separate transactions from 2009 to 2013, Canadian records show, a flow of cash made its way to the Clinton Foundation. Uranium One’s chairman used his family foundation to make four donations totaling $2.35 million. Those contributions were not publicly disclosed by the Clintons, despite an agreement Mrs. Clinton had struck with the Obama White House to publicly identify all donors. Other people with ties to the company made donations as well.

And shortly after the Russians announced their intention to acquire a majority stake in Uranium One, Mr. Clinton received $500,000 for a Moscow speech from a Russian investment bank with links to the Kremlin that was promoting Uranium One stock[]

 

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