Naomi Wolf Says Biden Treasonous Manchurian Candidate, Vax Is Plot To Depopulate World

Naomi Wolf Says Biden Treasonous Manchurian Candidate, Vax Is Plot To Depopulate World — Not that long ago Naomi Wolf and Drew Pinsky were well-respected members of the mainstream. Naomi, in fact, wrote influential feminist books and gave Democrat presidential candidates highly sought advice.

Dr. Drew interviewed her Feb. 9 for his podcast Ask Dr. Drew. He conceded Naomi was correct regarding her long-made claims that the Covid vaccines were causing serious reproductive issues for women, and Naomi graciously accepted his apology.

She would go on to say that Joe Biden is controlled by China, basically a real-life Manchurian candidate who got elected, and the vaccines are a plot by globalists to depopulate the world.

In other words, she sounded like moi after drinking a case of Golden Monkey.

It doesn’t make her wrong, of course. The Monkey gives great insight. Note the date on this story.

Drew, Naomi, welcome to the crazy train.

Here’s the interview:

In other news, the military is implying we are being invaded by extraterrestrials.

Not buying that one.

Naomi Wolf Says Biden Treasonous Manchurian Candidate, Vax Is Plot To Depopulate World
Naomi Wolf Says Biden Treasonous Manchurian Candidate, Vax Is Plot To Depopulate World -

Concern Raised About Higgens Candidacy In Aston

Concern Raised About Higgens Candidacy In Aston

To whom it may concern:

It has come to my attention Aston GOP will nominate a potentially ineligible candidate to run in the municipal election.

Aston Township is a First Class Township administered under the ward system. As I understand it this means someone running for office in a specific ward must reside in that ward.

I believe Michael J Higgens is ineligible, under existing law, to run for 7th Ward commishinor. Mr Higgens has not resided at his property in the 7th Ward for approximately two years. He lives in the 4th Ward.

According to Article IV Wards Section 401 of “First Class Township Code” the township board of commishinors had several options to address this matter including but not limited to consolidating wards, creating new wards or altering the boundaries of existing wards. Doing away with the ward system entirely would have allowed for a return to At Large commishinors.

The Aston GOP committee considering nominating Mr Higgens consists in part of Mr Higgens, Mr Berry and Mrs Bowden. All three currently serve as commishinors. As such each should be uniquely in tune with requirements of eligibility to run for office.

To summarize:

Aston Township Board of Commishinors had ample time to restructure the administration of the township ward system and chose not to.

Aston GOP had ample time to recruit, vet and select a candidate to run for the open 7th Ward commishinor seat and chose not to.

Mr Higgens had options to accommodate his living arrangements and decided moving to 4th Ward was best for him. He could have returned to 7th Ward but chose not to.

In conclusion, the Ward system as it exists in Aston Township does not allow for At Large commishinors and the 4th Ward where Mr Higgens lives does not have an open seat this election cycle. He should not be on the ballot for 7th Ward if he does not meet the requirements for residency and eligibility.

I will be following the nomination process and petition signing for ballot access very closely.


Joseph B Dychala

Concern Raised About Higgens Candidacy In Aston

Population Growth Would Slow With Low Immigration

Population Growth Would Slow With Low Immigration

By Joe Guzzardi

The United States Forest Service (USFS), a Department of Agriculture agency that administers the nation’s 154 forests and manages 194 million acres of land, released an analysis which estimated that, every day, the nation loses 6 million acres of open space. USFS defines open space as publicly or privately owned, protected or unprotected areas that include forests, grasslands, farms, ranches, streams, rivers and parks. The 6 million acres lost to development at what USFS called “an alarming rate” hampers a functioning ecosystem, agriculture, forest health and recreational pleasures.

Although the USFS developed its “Forests on the Edge” program to emphasize preserving open space, no educational campaign can keep up with U.S. population growth and the urban sprawl that it generates. A NumbersUSA study, “Vanishing Open Spaces, Population Growth and Sprawl in America,” analyzed the projected long-term decline in per capita farmland. Using the projected cropland losses based on 1982-2010 data, and U.S. Census Bureau population estimates, the study found as follows: available cropland will have declined from 1.9 acres per person in 1982 to 0.3 acre per person in 2100, an 84 percent cropland loss decrease. After two centuries of nonstop development, little of the remaining acreage would be in pristine condition.

Assuming the Census Bureau 2050 and 2100 population projections prove accurate, population of 404 million and 571 million, respectively, and available cropland per person declines to a corresponding 0.7 and 0.3 acre per person, government officials should be gravely concerned. Available food production will be drastically slashed – too many mouths to feed and not enough farmland to produce the food. 

Selling farmland to developers is lucrative and often too good a deal for farmers to decline. Farming is a tough, often uncertain business. Crops can be hit with blight; bad weather can impact yield, and crop prices may decline. The land is more valuable to developers than to the farmer-owner. Farmland might be worth $10,000 or $20,000 per acre, but as residential or commercial land, rezoned, it might be valued at $100,000 or more per acre.

The core issue is the federal government’s inability – some say refusal – to adopt sustainable population policies. The Census Bureau has identified immigration and births to immigrants as the population growth’s primary driver. In February 2020, the Census Bureau published “A Changing Nation: Population Projections Under Alternative Immigration Scenarios.” It showed that between 2020 and 2060 different legal immigration levels – zero, low and high – could change the population in those years by as much as 127 million people, with estimates ranging anywhere from 330 million to a high of 447 million total U.S. residents. 

In the zero-immigration scenario that also accounts for out-emigration, natural increases – births minus deaths – are the only way population can increase. Negative natural increases will, in the zero-immigration scenario, create a shrinking population with annual declines starting in 2035 and continuing at an accelerated pace through 2060.

The Census Bureau is the ultimate Washington, D.C. nonpartisan agency. Many wonder, then, why the Biden administration, and the many Republican and Democratic administrations that preceded the current one, have ignored, or merely paid lip service to, the population conclusions. The Census Bureau acknowledges that its zero immigration calculations are hypothetical, but low immigration, generally considered about 500,000 or about half the current admission level, would be an overdue step in the right direction. Under the high immigration estimate, the 2060 population will increase 124 million to 447 million. The 5 million-plus ongoing border surge, which grows numerically every day, is excluded from the Census Bureau’s data, but if included would increase the 2060 population increase well beyond the 124 million.

Even if legal immigration is reduced to the Census Bureau’s low-level, the U.S. will still remain the world’s most welcoming nation, open to refugees, asylees and others. At the same time, reduced immigration will help protect the natural resources that make the U.S. the preferred destination of immigrants.

Joe Guzzardi is a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist who writes about immigration and related social issues. Joe joined Project for Immigration Reform in 2018 as an analyst after a ten-year career directing media relations for Californians for Population Stabilization, where he also was a Senior Writing Fellow. A native Californian, Joe now lives in Pennsylvania. Contact him at jguzzardi@pfirdc  dot com.

Population Growth Would Slow With Low Immigration
Population Growth Would Slow With Low Immigration

Light is sweet William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 2-13-23

Light is sweet William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 2-13-23

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Light is sweetAnswer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: Light is sweet, and it is pleasant for the eyes to see the sun.
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