Sunday Morning Coffee 29/05/22

William Briggs looks at the new Pandemic Treaty and what it means to lose sovereignty by international agreement.

Mogadishu Matt on the general malaise in employee hiring practices. (Automatic inclusion for linking to Pantera song.)

Malcolm very quickly instructs on why morality must come from a transcendent source.

Gerry Bowler looks at the trial of two anarchist Italian Americans, Sacco and Vanzetti, for murder and robbery, in 1921. Their capture the year before led to many terrorist bombings, including the infamous Wall Street bombing in 1920.

A blast from the past, the Last Psychiatrist on how to act at a funeral…its not about you.

Eternal Anglo Seax has a wicked (tee-hee) review of the movie The Witch.

Z Man looks at the Sussman trial, and how it serves the interests of the US Uniparty to pin the Russia Collusion hoax on Hilary Clinton.

Larry Johnson wonders what happened with US media coverage of that war, you know, in east Europe, something about Slavs and NATO… He also looks at the $40 billion being sent there. You may be surprised to learn how much Ukraine is actually getting.

It’s not enough to obey Big Brother. You must love him too.
Courtesy trumpton (in the comments, at Founding Questions).

Severian has a long rambling vaporous incoherent post, which he should really give himself more credit for, on rejecting the Left.

JMSmith at the Orthosphere defines pure evil. On the same theme, Ulveda, Malcolm gives his thoughts.

Nathan Fischer on discussions Oliver Stone had with Vladimir Putin in 2015 and 2017 and what it tells us about Russia’s position today, at IM1776.

Eugyppius looks at the next pandemic that wasn’t: the latest WHO nonsense on Monkeypox.

Matt Ridely looks at more pandemic nonsense, arguing against the two pandemic pacts or treaties that would enable the WHO to dictate local health policy.

Locklin on Science on littoral combat ships (those that wait off-shore and shell the crap out of people with the wrong ideas), which are actually are a dumb idea.

Wolf Street with a testimonial about the impacts of inflation on commercial real estate development.

Late addition: interview with Larry C. Johnson on the Ukraine conflict.

Book Reviews

Charles Haywood reviews Underwriters of the United States: How Insurance Shaped the American Founding by Hannah Farber. He also looks at how businesses have completely abandoned the idea of local and national prosperity.

Part I of Richard Cocks’ review of The Populist Delusion by Neema Parvini. Pete Quinones talked to Charlemagne, below, and he mentioned it as well. It’s available from Imperium Press.

Dr. Robert Yoho guest posts at Briggs’ blog, with a review of Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters by Abigail Shrier.

Neurotoxin does a Red Pill in Fiction review of Milton’s Paradise Lost.


Pete Quinones’ conversation with Neo-reactor Charlemagne about this growing movement called the Dissident Right.

Russians With Attitude interview Andrei Martyanov, former Soviet Navy guy, about the Ukraine conflict.

BAP’s latest Caribbean Rhythm’s is a chat with military strategist Edward Luttwak about everything under the sun, including running a ranch in Brazil, and ice cream.

To close, I’ve been reading Welcome to Hell by “Bad” Billy Pratt and he got me listening to Stone Temple Pilots again.

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