ATF Raids Diversified Machines

Polymer 8, now Diversified Machine.

The ATF is acting under the Biden policies.

Pistol Braces, Suppressors, partial lowers, build kits – any firearm parts will become strictly regulated. Every part will require serial numbers. California wants bullet casings to have a serial stamped on it from the firearm when fired.

ATF under Biden will effectively prohibit a citizens ability to make their own firearms. Granted, making your own firearm for personal use and making parts for resell are very different. However, without parts, the supply chain shrinks, inventory becomes rare, and prices increase. Get your extra parts NOW.

Most people can not build a trigger or even an accurate barrel without special machinery. This machinery will also become highly restricted. Even bullet loaders could require a license to operate. Primers contain explosives, those could also be restricted to a licensed dealer only.

Without parts and without ammunition, firearms are what exactly? Squeeze those and it created a situation which helps the ATF – their primary job is to wipe their ass on the constitution.

We do what we can to ride out these types of administrations. Luckily, it is only 4 years. Conservatives need to get better organized and start taking over these organizations from within to affect real change.

Only in New York – City of Assholes

Here we have a 58 year old man that got buried in four feet of snow from a snow plow driver. The snow plow driver stated ‘it was pretty funny at the time – I knew he was sealed in like a coffin’. He continued to laugh uncontrollably for another five minutes.

‘3Toes Joe’, suffered from frostbite and he was very cold with all the snow. His passenger, a companion he built from the snow, reportedly told Joe, he should not start the car a second time after he feeling very sleepy from running it the first 30 minutes.

After 4 hours, Joe decided to call 911 to have them get him out. They arrived soon after with a blanket and wire cutters (for his toes). Which were frozen to the floor.

Apparently, his snowman companion was evil and told Joe to take his shoes off to feel the snow like sand at the beach. It was a positive affirmation exercise that failed.

This is why you always carry a basic kit. He could have started a small fire or created some device to open his window. Certainly, never rely on a snowman.

NYT Article Says Elderly Are Still Alive – No Vaccine Should Finish Them Off

Ringing true with the ‘kill all white people’ mantra, they want to ‘level the playing field’ by letting the elderly population be denied the covid vaccine in the great hope they will die. The elderly population is mostly white.

And for equal and opposite nonsense, forcing POC (this is an acronym for people of color – not ‘piece of crap’ – everyone is a POC and sometimes a POS) is more slavery and violence and bla bla bla.

Tim Pool narrates the idiocracy.

Conservative Media Replacements

Many social media (S&M) platforms have been invented, failed, and forgetting without it even showing up where we see it. And the S&M platforms we do know about have the daunting task of how to learn how to use them, migrated everything over, or just start fresh…. or wait until they fail and go away.

We are all tired of the censorship, biased rules, and especially that pencil neck David Cuckman on YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter.

But, what is the alternative?

Pain Points

Many companies evaluate new software on if it meets their companies pain points,, feature parity 9if it meets or exceeds existing systems features), cost of ownership, adoption time and costs, and other crap we just don’t care about. For regular people, our pain point is censorship and how S&M have suppressed information to the point it has affected a presidential election. We fucking hate the lying main stream media and social media – S&M is the right term for these fuckers. they are sadomasochists.

But everyday, we put the ball gag back into our mouths, zip up the leather face mask (because of covid) and let them whip us until we cry out the safety word. That is all we know and it wasn’t like that at the beginning – they were nice to us before – they just changed. Starting to sound like a spouse that has to be correct (beaten) again?

The Good News

No, it is not Jesus this time. We have alternatives. We have near feature-parity. Here they are:

  • Twitter Replacement: Parler – the name is stupid but it allows you to tweet or read the stupid crap you like. Parler also has private messaging (like facebook) and a timeline (you can post your photos and how you feel about the spaghetti bowl.
  • YouTube Replacement: Rumble – anther stupid name. I guess finding short domain names for easy typing is tough. Limits on video time causes issues for long format shows
  • LinkedIn replacement: LinkedIn has become a SJW wasteland, if you have heard of it or used it before. LinkedIn is similar to a professional format Facebook but has become even worse than facebook because ass eaters post their feelings on BLM and how much they hate men and especially white men. Fuck them.

We Need Adoption

For these platforms we need two things to happen. First, content creators, like youtube to start publishing content. We also need content creators like you create content for Facebook, for free, everyday, so they can make millions while you get mind-raped.

Once we have content on these platforms, we need to get content consumers – you know – the mindless drones that view hours each day while drooling and end up driving on the sidewalk in Seaside and run over an entire family and kill them. But the ducks looked funny.

Your Action Items

Now that we have had our meeting, reviewed the strategy, considered benefits, risks, and costs – it is time for action. This IS the action you have been asking for – what can you do to help combat the Radical Left. Do not use their services (or products). Do not let them make millions off you and your family. Do not let them use you to gain more followers.

Time to Move

First, sign up – create your accounts. You eventually will so GET YOUR PREFERRED NAMES NOW before other asshats register them.

Second, just cruise around them and check them out. Come back here and post the good channels you believe everyone else might enjoy. Directories do not exist! Lets make them.

Third, start using first. Then use the other platforms. Link to them from your new stuff – make the starting points on the new platforms.

You can also re-post content you see from the old S&M sites on the new one to clone them and start getting the content up.

Do what you can. It will be slow. some people can do a little, some people can do much more. The early adopters will always win, just like on YT, and everyone else will follow.

Civil War is Knocking On The Door (Conservative Twins, Black Scout Survival, Adam Calhoun)

Are we getting to the point of no return? Maybe. If things kick off, they will not kick off everywhere at once; even if it is coordinated. It will incrementally increase or incrementally subside. Or, nothing will happen besides protests.

We needed another 4 years, especially now with the pandemic. With Biden, we have some very destructive possibilities:

  • Mass immigration, even with covid rampant – will mass infected be allowed in without process
  • Another crowd of thousands of immigrants called refugees is on the way
  • Business destroying shutdowns by doctrine, illegal edict, from the government
  • As crime rises, unconstitutional 2A laws and tricky confiscation via buyback or fine/jail/driveway beatings
  • Unrestricted international travel – from infected shithole countries; causing a never-ending covid outbreak cycle
  • Ultimately with no lockdown relief (allowing people to live free and earn a living), people will have nothing to lose. There will be food shortages. Literal bread lines. Then, very severe events will absolutely happen as people have to defend themselves against the government – and it is self defense at this time
  • The more losers we let in, the more burden on the healthcare systems

Polio was a world-wide deadly and body destroying disease. It took 5 years to get it under control with less people globally, less travel across borders, and a more effective vaccine.

Do we really believe we can do it on 1 year? 2 years? 3 years? What do you think?

Proof, Evidence, & Conviction of Voter Fraud

3 facing charges, including election fraud and coercion in March primaries for Texas House of Repetition.

Criminals only admit to what they are caught for; if they admit – usually much much more is not caught.

This is one person. There are many more. Enough to change the outcome of the election? YES. If we keep looking.

Share this on your social media; there are low information people that still do not believe voter fraud has even happened – let alone on a massive scale. And how easy it really is.

74 Million Americans Are Not Going to Shut Up

Senator Hawley (R) explains voters are regular, normal people that have voted and have won and lost in politics multiple times. Reasonable People.

These reasonable people simply can not accept the anomalies, uncertainty, and questionable processes that all lead to false or fake election results.

  • No custody chain of mail in ballots
  • Voter ID not required or attempted
  • Actions conducted by voting poll workers to obfuscate origin of ballots and destroy re-audit ability
  • Election machine software that allows and requires multiple batch assignment to a specific candidate (batch drag and drop votes functionality)
  • Ballot harvesting, including direct or indirect payment in exchange for votes
  • Dead people voting at a much higher number than usual
  • Postal services back dating receipt stamps
  • Postal workers caught holding boxes of ballots in order to expire deadline of delivery, boxes dumped at disposal sites and waste containers, boxes of ballots abandoned

In all cases, each circumstance resulted in votes taken from Trump – never votes taken from Biden. It is simply not possible for everything that could go wrong, to go wrong, and with only one result, which is taking votes from Trump.
It is not possible. Without illegal activities. Without gaming the system. Without cheating.

New Covid strain: How worried should we be?

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A mutated virus sounds instinctively scary, but to mutate and change is what viruses do.

Most of the time it is either a meaningless tweak or the virus alters itself in such a way that it gets worse at infecting us and the new variant just dies out.

Occasionally it hits on a new winning formula.

There is no clear-cut evidence the new variant of coronavirus – which has been detected in south-east England – is able to transmit more easily, cause more serious symptoms or render the vaccine useless.

However, there are two reasons scientists are keeping a close eye on it.

The first is that levels of the variant are higher in places where cases are higher.

It is a warning sign, although it can be interpreted in two ways.

The virus could have mutated to spread more easily and is causing more infections.

But variants can also get a lucky break by infecting the right people at the right time. One explanation for the spread of the “Spanish strain” over the summer was simply people catching it on holiday and then bringing it home.

It will take experiments in the laboratory to figure out if this variant really is a better spreader than all the others.

The other issue that is raising scientific eyebrows is how the virus has mutated.

“It has a surprisingly large number of mutations, more than we would expect, and a few look interesting,” Prof Nick Loman from the COVID-19 Genomics UK (COG-UK) Consortium told me.

There are two notable sets of mutation – and I apologise for their hideous names.

Both are found in the crucial spike protein, which is the key the virus uses to unlock the doorway into our body’s cells in order to hijack them.

The mutation N501 (I did warn you) alters the most important part of the spike, known as the “receptor-binding domain”.

This is where the spike makes first contact with the surface of our body’s cells. Any changes that make it easier for the virus to get inside are likely to give it an edge.

“It looks and smells like an important adaptation,” said Prof Loman.


Johns Hopkins researchers take inspiration from parasitic work for medicine delivery

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Inspired by a parasitic worm that digs its sharp teeth into its host’s intestines, Johns Hopkins researchers have designed tiny, star-shaped microdevices that can latch onto intestinal mucosa and release drugs into the body.

Image caption:When an open theragripper, left, is exposed to internal body temperatures, it closes on the instestinal wall. In the gripper’s center is a space for a small dose of a drug.

David Gracias, a professor in the Whiting School of Engineering, and gastroenterologist Florin M. Selaru, director of the Johns Hopkins Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center, led a team of researchers and biomedical engineers that designed and tested shape-changing microdevices that mimic the way the parasitic hookworm affixes itself to an organism’s intestines.

The “theragrippers” are made of metal and a thin, shape-changing film, then coated in heat-sensitive paraffin wax. The devices, each roughly the size of a dust speck, can potentially carry any drug and release it gradually into the body.

The team published results of an animal study this week as the cover article in the journal Science Advances.

Gradual or extended release of a drug is a long-sought goal in medicine. Selaru explains that a problem with extended-release drugs is they often make their way entirely through the gastrointestinal tract before they’ve finished dispensing their medication.

“Normal constriction and relaxation of GI tract muscles make it impossible for extended-release drugs to stay in the intestine long enough for the patient to receive the full dose,” says Selaru, who has collaborated with Gracias for more than 10 years. “We’ve been working to solve this problem by designing these small drug carriers that can autonomously latch onto the intestinal mucosa and keep the drug load inside the GI tract for a desired duration of time.”

Thousands of theragrippers can be deployed in the GI tract. When the paraffin wax coating on the grippers reaches the temperature inside the body, the devices close autonomously and clamp onto the colonic wall. The closing action causes the tiny, six-pointed devices to dig into the mucosa and remain attached to the colon, where they are retained and release their medicine payloads gradually into the body. Eventually, the theragrippers lose their hold on the tissue and are cleared from the intestine via normal gastrointestinal muscular function.

Trump Lawyers Push for Martial Law

NFAC Leader Receives Award at Black Special Olympics

The black separatist movement “We hate whitey” wants black everything. Black Wall Street, which is located in Oakland where heroin is sold; Black banking, which BLM subsidiary companies require paid protesters to obtain 28% interest rate credit cards through shell ‘credit companies’; and even a Black award show.

This year, NFAC leader GMJ took home the “special people’s global business and not getting scared easy” award, which was presented with a bag of left over Halloween candy someone jacked from a white child earlier in the day.

View this star studded event now!

COVID-19 Hospitalization and Death by Race/Ethnicity

Race and ethnicity are risk markers for other underlying conditions that impact health — including socioeconomic status, access to health care, and increased exposure to the virus due to occupation (e.g., frontline, essential, and critical infrastructure workers).

Rate ratios compared to White, Non-Hispanic PersonsAmerican Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic personsAsian, Non-Hispanic personsBlack or African American, Non-Hispanic personsHispanic or Latino persons

Evidence used to update the list of underlying medical conditions that increase a person’s risk of severe illness from COVID-19

The level of evidence for each condition was determined by CDC reviewers based on available information about COVID-19. Conditions were added to the list (if not already on the previous underlying medical conditions list [originally released in March 2020]) if evidence for an association with severe illness from COVID-19 met any of the following criteria:

  • Strongest and most consistent evidence: Defined as consistent evidence from multiple small studies or a strong association from a large study,
  • Mixed evidence: Defined as multiple studies that reached different conclusions about risk associated with a condition, or
  • Limited evidence: Defined as consistent evidence from a small number of studies.

Qualifiers to previously listed conditions were added or removed if there was strong evidence to support that the condition be expanded. Conditions previously listed were to be removed if there was strong and consistent evidence demonstrating no association with severe outcomes. Based on this criterion, no conditions were removed from the previous underlying medical conditions list dated March 2020; however, in this most recent update in November 2020, pregnancy was moved from “mixed evidence” to “strong evidence.”

*Updates to smoking were based on evidence available between December 1, 2019 and July 20, 2020.

Level of EvidenceConditionEvidence of Impact on COVID-19 Severity
Strongest and Most Consistent EvidenceCancerSystematic Review [6]Cohort Study [7,8]Case Series [9]
Chronic kidney diseaseCase Series [10, 1112]Cohort Studies [13, 14, 15]
COPDMeta Analyses [416]Case Series [17]Cohort Study [14]
Heart conditions, such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathiesCohort Study [1, 2]Meta Analyses [3, 4]Case Series [5]
Obesity (BMI> 30 kg/m2)Cohort Studies [18, 19, 20, 21, 22]Cross-sectional [23]
Severe Obesity (BMI ≥ 40 kg/m2)Cohort Study [98, 99]Cross-Sectional Study [95]Meta Analysis [107]
PregnancySystematic Review [54, 116]Case Control Study [55]Case Series [5657, 5859]Cohort Study [60, 61, 62, 117]
Sickle cell diseaseCase Series [24, 25, 26, 27, 28]
SmokingMeta Analyses [3, 16*, 63, 64, 65, 66, 101, 102, 104, 105]
Solid organ transplantationCase Series [12, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34]Meta Analysis [100]
Type 2 diabetes mellitusCase Series [11]Longitudinal Study [35]Cohort Study [36, 37]Meta Analysis [38]Cross-Sectional Study [114]
Mixed EvidenceAsthmaCohort Study [14, 39, 40, 41]Case Series [17]
Cerebrovascular diseaseMeta Analysis [42, 43, 44, 45]Synthesis of Evidence [46]Cohort Study [1, 2, 474849]
HypertensionCohort Study [1, 2, 49, 50, 51, 91, 93]Case Series [92]Systematic Review [52]Meta Analyses [3, 4, 53, 94]
Use of corticosteroids or other immunosuppressive medicationsCase Series [67, 68, 69]Cohort Study [70, 71]
Limited EvidenceBone marrow transplantationReview [72]
HIVCase Series [73, 74]Cohort Study [109, 110, 111, 112]
Immune deficienciesCase Series [75]Systematic Review [76]
Inherited metabolic disordersCohort Study [47, 77]
Liver diseaseMeta-Analysis [78]Cohort  Study [79, 80, 118, 119]Literature Review [81]Case Control Study [120]
Neurologic conditionsCross-Sectional Study [82]Cohort Study [41, 49, 77]
Other chronic lung diseasesMeta-Analysis [4]Case Series [17]Cohort Study [14, 83]
Overweight (BMI > 25 kg/m2, but < 30 kg/m2)Cohort Study [96, 106]Case Series [97]Meta Analysis [115]
PediatricsSystematic Review [84, 85]Cross-Sectional Study [82, 86, 107]Cohort Study [77, 87, 88, 103, 108, 113,121, 122, 125]Case Series [123, 124]
ThalassemiaCase Series [89]Cross-Sectional Study [90]
Type 1 diabetes mellitusCase Series [11]Cohort Study [36, 37]Meta-Analysis [38]Cross-Sectional Study [114]

*Methodological issues found by other authors; re-analyzed by Guo [64] and an association finding risk factor for greater severity was found.