Sunday, January 26, 2020

The New Age of Slavery is fast approaching

I have no doubt in my mind that we are headed into a New Age of Slavery.  But....I wonder what it will be called?  Surely, the word "slavery" will not go over well.

Possibly "Institutional Embarkment".  Something that not even gets close to what slavery is.

But as the UK accepts the fact that, well, child rape and child marriage is really ok and we need to just bend over and get fucked and enjoy it. 

What we are watching is the waterfall devolution of an entire culture.  The very culture that cried out and dismantled the institution of slavery is now engendering that same heinous institution.

If you live in the UK, you need to get out.  You think it's bad now.  Just wait a few more years.
The nameless Constable B tells us the true scope of the problem. Manchester cops like him know that this is habitual and that it’s taking place on a level vastly beyond the scope of Operation Augusta. It’s not 57 girls or 97 suspects. It’s thousands. “We can’t enforce our way out of the problem,” he said.

That’s what you say about vast social issues that involve entire communities and a way of life.

Muslim sex grooming gangs, like drugs or prostitution, are too widespread to be enforced out of existence because, like college students and pot, the culture doesn’t accept that they are wrong.

The police did nothing because these were not isolated crimes by criminals, but clashes of morals and values between two communities, one of which does not believe that child rape is wrong because its sacred texts tell it that Mohammed married Aisha and consummated his marriage when she was 9.

Sunday, January 5, 2020

Nice roundup on new CA laws.

Immoral and disgusting.

New California Water Law Restricts How Much Water People Can Use

The worst law to ever be written.  Once this law takes effect, watch the people leave CA like rats leaving a sinking ship.

So, the near term limit before draconian penaties take place, starts in 2022.  At that point, the threshold is 55 gallons per person per day.

There will soon be more focus on flushes and scrutiny over showers with a new law signed in by the governor.

California is now the first state in the nation to enact tough new water-efficiency standards. The controversial rules are targeted at water districts to cut per capita water usage, but in order to meet the goals, those cuts will trickle down to the customers they serve.

“So that everyone in California is at least integrating efficiency into our preparations for climate change,” said Felicia Marcus, Chair of the State Water Resources Control Board.

So, what are the new rules?

In 2022, the new indoor water standard will be 55 gallons per person, per day. by 2030, it will fall to 50 gallons.
For a family of three, this calculates out to 4950 gallons per month. The problem is, there is no distinguishing between indoor and outside.

The usage inside is an easy check.  There are a number of websites that go over this.  Here is a study that compared several different households.   Household one had three family members and weekly average usage was 531 gallons per week or 2,124 gallons per month (4 weeks)

I estimated my usage per month.  I went around and calibrated the flow of water through the shower head and the faucet.  And looking on line at usage of water by various appliances, I came up with 5,475 gallons per month.

So, it appears I would get slammed with smothering fines.

And inadvertant situations happen.  You go on vacation and while you're away, your toilet doesn't stop running.  It's bad enough under normal circumstances that your water bill would be way higher than normal.  Now you have to contend with an unbending bureaucracy nailing you with a huge water bill PLUS a giant penalty.


Saturday, January 4, 2020

California losing the most residents of any state in the blue state tax exodus?

Pretty amazing!  Color me surprised.

OPINION: With Business Fleeing, California Doesn’t Look So Golden

What is CA going to do to get more money?  Start more wildfires and run screaming to the Federal Government for more emergency funding?

Why can't CA get it right anymore?
The exhaustive report — 623 pages, and nearly 3,500 endnotes — is appropriately entitled “It’s Time for Companies to Leave California’s Toxic Business Climate.” Findings are based on public records showing there were 2,183 “California disinvestment events” from 2008 to 2016. But it’s really worse than that. Because “experts in site selection generally agree that at least five events fail to become public knowledge for every one that does,” it’s more likely about 13,000 have fled.

Rather than slowing or at least leveling out, the pace has picked up. The most recent data show there were 1,500 disinvestment events in 2016, the greatest number on record, and the fourth straight year the total increased.

This Great California Escape has not happened in secret. Vranich, who not long ago moved his own company, Spectrum Location Solutions, from Irvine to more business-friendly Pennsylvania, said that for roughly “40 years California has been viewed as a state in which it is difficult to do business.”