Saturday, November 14, 2015

Pianist Plays 'Imagine' for Crowd Outside Paris' Bataclan...

while mourners heap flowers and light candles.

Where's the outrage?  Why aren't they mad as hell?  Why are they not storming the government buildings of France demanding that these "refugees" be gathered up and deported? 

Instead, they hum along to a song that was written by a sophomoric drug-addled commie wannabe dedicated to the new world order, and try to imagine a world where they will skip through the fields of clover hand-in-hand with members of the religion of peace.


Imagine there's no heaven
It's easy if you try
No hell below us
Above us only sky
Imagine all the people living for today 

Mark Steyn get's it:

The Barbarians Are Inside, And There Are No Gates
by Mark Steyn
 [...] Twenty-four hours ago, I said on the radio apropos the latest campus "safe space" nonsense:
This is what we're going to be talking about when the mullahs nuke us.
Almost. When the Allahu Akbar boys opened fire, Paris was talking about the climate-change conference due to start later this month, when the world's leaders will fly in to "solve" a "problem" that doesn't exist rather than to address the one that does. But don't worry: we already have a hashtag (#PrayForParis) and doubtless there'll be another candlelight vigil of weepy tilty-headed wankers. Because as long as we all advertise how sad and sorrowful we are, who needs to do anything?  read the rest

Just a few days ago, I watched and recommended a video of Bill Whittle and Stefan Molyneux discussing the r/K Selection Theory.  

In view of that theory, it's not hard to understand how the wolf has been bred out of  people and replaced by the rabbit.

Waiting for the wolf

Listen to Bill Whittle talking about r/K Theory, and then go back and watch his discussion with Stefan Molyneux.

At Amazon:  The Evolutionary Psychology Behind Politics: How Conservatism and Liberalism Evolved Within Humans

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