Plus: A jaw-dropping congressional hearing. Jonathan Haidt on boys' mental health. Israel’s ‘Rambo.’ And more.
Many points jump to my mind today. The interview with Rami showed what a traditional man is. A man who ran toward danger, protected the weak, and killed the evil. What are the three women college presidents Elise Stephanik asked her questions if Rami was a man we should model our youth after?
The main problem with young men is that we have the ideology of these women educating our men in schools and the content created in cartoons and movies. If there is any cause for the rest of my lifetime, I would love to participate in it; it is to end the moral authority of those women college professors and those they serve. From race/DEI, climate "science," or those government experts that tell us what is good, they should all go into the dustbin of history. We have given them power for too long, and the results are disastrous.
My hero is Rami and we should celebrate him for his heroism and how he described the Arabs - Come in peace, we can be friends, come in war, I will be waiting for you. Loved it.
You can’t believe anything coming from China, Russia, The New York Times, Biden and The Democrat Party. And Trump exaggerates.
Bill Ackman stated “If a CEO of one of our companies gave a similar answer, he or she would be toast within the hour.”
Problem is, Ackman doesn't run most of corporate America. And the lack of courage to stand up for American principles among our corporate class and to toady to anti-Semites, race grifters and Chinese authoritarians is sickening.
Elise Stefanik should have asked the same question, but changed the word, “antisemitism” to “anti-Islamic”.
Wait a second here... are we falling for the "pandemic" scare all over again? Haven't the three years taught us nothing? We do realize that our policies have actually taken more lives than the "virus" itself right....? https://unorthodoxy.substack.com/p/how-covid-19-protocols-killed-millions
MIT showed that individuals who did their own research had more data to stand on. Unfortunately, those individuals are known as "conspiracy theorist". Per MIT, "Anti-maskers are smart and educated"
No worry, if China says it's OK, then you can put that right there with that pot of gold from the rainbow and Leprechaun you found. After all, it's not like they say they are concerned about the environment and then increase air pollutants at greater numbers. Or they are here are to help, but first give us control over your country. Look at Xi and tell me you don't trust him?
For your kids, get them away from social media and get them into sports, music, cars, dirt bikes, anything but listening to losers give their opinion on someone they don't know and won't care if something happens to them.
College administrators, so called professors and others who say Hamas is brave should be required to live there for a while and then maybe Sudan where another faction of Hamas types uses the same slaughter, rape, and terror on innocent people. Then come back and tell us your opinions. Nothing like fools to be led by other fools in causes that will ultimately get them killed or suppressed in life. Colleges have become useless and a breeding grounds for the useless and lost kids who have no capability to think for themselves or understand, individualism is what makes a person unique and interesting.
“Cultural appropriation does not make someone Asian,” Cultural appropriation doesn’t make anyone anything because it’s a nonsensical term. Cultural appropriation = thought-crime.
How many of you were disgusted watching the nationally televised Chiefs - Packers game when the grinning dolt Travis Kelce shilled for the phony jab.? Is there no end to these athletes and actors who will sell their souls for the 30 pieces of silver that Pfizer and the other drug dealers dangle in front of them?
According to National Review's article on the antisemitism hearings,
"When (Rep. Tim) Walberg asked how (Harvard President Claudine) Gay could justify that claim (that Harvard has free speech), given the myriad instances of faculty's being sanctioned for speech and guests' being disinvited from speaking on campus, she said that the university’s commitment is not solely to free expression but to ensuring that speech is “exercised mindfully and with empathy for others.”
Obviously, some "others" are worthy of empathy, while other "others" are mindfully threatened with genocide. One wonders whether President Gay is enjoying being able to say these things that are self-evidently false, or whether she sincerely believes that she and her Hamas brethren are all the goodness of the world.
“Harvard president Claudine Gay, who said yesterday that when it comes to calls for the genocide of the Jews, context is everything.”
Context is everything, hmmm......Context such as, oh yes, that you’re evil. Is that the context you were searching for?
We all need to honor and emulate Rami. A man in full. In the best sense of the word.
For those FP readers who are not on Twitter/X: the college presidents’ disgraceful testimony before Congress is being critcized all over the world. Everyone of them has caused “reputational damage” to the institutions they serve. How can the Boards not oust them?
Aside from the smirking and evasive, obvious “lawyered-up” responses, one answer from Ms. Gay was particularly telling: When asked if she supports Israel’s “right to exist as as a Jewish State,” she answered, “I support Israel’s right to exist.” Her intentional omission said it all.
The interviews with the Ivy League presidents exposed the lie of women being better than men in positions of power. Neither sex (or gender, if you prefer - take Rachel Levine...please!) has a monopoly on mendacity and sheer gutlessness. These academics so tied up in nuance that they can't grasp the truth that evil exists, and Hamas is one of its avatars.
I was disappointed that Elise Stefanik didn’t ask those soulless, robotic presidents to cite a context in which screaming for the genocide of Jews would be acceptable, since all three trotted out that repugnant line. In the corporate world, Liz Magill would have been forced to resign long ago for “being too much of a distraction”.
The last time I trusted anything that came out of China it broke a week after I bought it.