Thursday, November 18, 2021

China's Favorite Son


Friends, you may well ask: is this man (Joe Biden) working directly for the People's Republic of China?  Sometimes it sure seems that way.  As this outstanding op-ed argues, China and the U.S. government appear to be implicated in the genesis of the coronavirus, and Sleepy Joe seems utterly uninterested in getting to the bottom of it.  Virus?  What virus?  Never heard of it.


Speaking of the dreaded virus, a recent poll indicates that fewer and fewer Americans have confidence in the efficacy and safety of the vaccines.  I can't say I'm surprised.  The party line these days seems to be: get vaccinated...and then, uhhh, get re-vaccinated, but keep your mask on, because the vaccines don't work all that great.  Encouraging?  Not really.  Be that as it may, I'm triple vaccinated myself, and I'm not dead yet! 

How low can Sleepy Joe go?  36% approval is the new record, but I feel sure that our Commander-in-Chief can plumb new depths.  Just you wait!


Finally, in case you were inclined to believe Biden's fairy tale that the "Build Back Better" Bill, a.k.a. the reconciliation bill, costs "zero dollars", well, you're a certifiable moron, so you probably won't even be able to read this article refuting your delusions, but still... 


  1. Dr. Waddy from Jack: Hope you will excuse me a digression to breaking news: the Rittenhouse verdict is in. I'm glad of it and I watched MSNBC and CNN; they were predictably morose that the public perception and the verdict they worked for was blown out of the water. They are beneath contempt for their conscious disdain for objectivity and professionalism. I hope this goes a long way toward a complete discreditation of the leftist captured far too large faction of the once respected field of journalism. Maybe soon we will find the leftist product only in the comic book section.

  2. Dr.Waddy from Jack: Glasgow:I think it pretty cheeky of the developed countries to bid China and India to renounce the means which have afforded them thrice blessed material prosperity of late, to honor our unproven theories of human generated global warming and its "certain" existential threat!

  3. Dr. Waddy from Jack: We really do not comprehend how joyous their economic miracles have been for them do we? Then there is history, especially for the Chinese. We ignore their long range view of their history at hazard of our vital objectivity in dealing with this great nation,I think. The West made cruel exploitation of the 19th century repeat of China's periodic episodes of internal misfortune and dissolution. I would not blame them for honoring any conciliatory euphemism they may have expressed at Glasgow in the breach only.

    1. Dr. Waddy from Jack: India may well still resent and think itself schooled by, the Raj. And the memory of it may not endear it to the West. Yes, India did benefit from British dominance in its inheritance of British democracy of British prevention of a primitive Great Russian Raj in the 1800s.

  4. Dr.Waddy from Jack: Still for both countries, this must be considered: "OK, the U.S. is presently "commanded" by a weakling who rubber stamps a view of global warming as, first, human generated and second, as of existential threat to humanity. Forgive us then if we "hesitate" to endorse this view, which obviously dominated at Glasgow, and continue to build our countries' well being. Sorry! "

  5. Dr.Waddy from Jack : I think also think it probable, that global warming perception and opinion has become a dominantly political issue, greatly subject to the violently partisan nature of always influential U.S. politics, is very well understood internationally. Why should China and India subject themselves to this mercurial phenomenom?

  6. Jack, I'm agnostic on Rittenhouse's guilt or innocence, but I am heartened to see that the leftist media and BLM don't dictate to juries their verdicts. That's a pleasant surprise!

    Good point, Jack, that poverty poses a far greater threat to most of the world's peoples than a slightly warmer climate ever could. Climate change is an obsession that only effete Westerners have the luxury of indulging.

    There's a middle way for India and China, though: nod agreeably at all the climate rhetoric that pours out of the West, and then redouble their own carbon-heavy efforts at industrialization. Hypocrisy works wonders!