John Constantine: What I would have missed if the Cat were banned for Dissent last week

Random distillation of Cat-thought that gets used in real life from last week not just me, but anybody that wants to post a line about why the current model of the Cat is addictive – [in a good way].

Eating disorders, and why the media no longer reports on anorexia but presents ‘anorexia posing as veganism’ as a politically correct role model for young girls.

Gun deaths in the United States are skewed by the gun murders taking place in those places that are Sanctuary Cities for the crime cartels running independent Narcostate Concessions in American welfare plantations.

Incoming bow wave of unfunded social and physical infrastructure spending has been launched by Australia’s political policy of dragging decades worth of population growth forward, compressed into a few near term years and booking the profits but ignoring the incurred though unfunded liabilities.

Plus some good science fiction reading tips.

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16 Responses to John Constantine: What I would have missed if the Cat were banned for Dissent last week

  1. stackja

    Yes! Fun! Thank you Sinc!

  2. I would have missed on a mother incubating her daughters egg, combined with her gay sons sperm, to gestate a child.
    Said child to be bought up in a homosexual ‘family’ whilst the gestationer is lauded and acclaimed for her edginess along with admiration for the entire groups efforts in convincing their community that incest is ‘normal’ and should be emulated.
    #thingswedontneedtoknow183

  3. Hay Stockard

    I would have missed Knuckle Dragger’s report on his internet dating. Probably a lot of other things as well but I was busy and haven’t caught up.
    Those few on my scroll by-I don’t think I’ve missed anything.

  4. Tintarella di Luna

    I would have missed the cartoons from hither and yon. Thank you Tom.

  5. Cardimona

    The Cat’s posts and comments are a fantastic source of material for those of us who fight the good fight under our real names in the public arena; in my case in the letters to the Editors columns in several Qld newspapers.

    I used to spend an extraordinary amount of time sourcing material to use in my practical relaxivism. I now save masses of time simply by reading the Cat, where all the other sources I used to go to are distilled (and linked) by some of the smartest people I know.

    The Cat is a very valuable resource – an ammo box full of wisdom-bullets. Thanks, Professor.

  6. bespoke

    A regular run down of events in the cage is a good idea, John. Saves the lurkers getting cover in muck.

  7. Baldrick

    Yes, the Cat is a veritable free speech island in an ever increasingly restricted society.

    It is unfortunate however that some words need to be banned, but understandable when prying Leftard eyes would like nothing more than to yell, “Shut up!” to everyone that offers a differing opinion to theirs.

  8. Shy Ted

    Ian Hickie, ABC go-to psychiatrist on the wireless this morning talking about if only we spent more money on anorexia with a multi-disciplinary team…. more cures. The last time I attended a talk on by a proper research team in a proper service they showed that treatment made the problem worse. As the vast majority of “treatments” for personality problems do.

  9. herodotus

    While some threads are a numberical sewer, I do look forward to John Constantine’s expositions on agricultural matters, BoN on almost anything but particularly climate and chemistry, and Calli on anything at all.

  10. herodotus

    Tom on media is also authentic and valuable.
    I’ll wax lyrical about Lizzie B’s contributions – after I have had my invite to a soiree.

  11. Cassie of Sydney

    “Baldrick
    #2976506, posted on April 1, 2019 at 12:08 pm
    Yes, the Cat is a veritable free speech island in an ever increasingly restricted society.

    It is unfortunate however that some words need to be banned, but understandable when prying Leftard eyes would like nothing more than to yell, “Shut up!” to everyone that offers a differing opinion to theirs.”

    True. I have long thought that they will come after us here. It is only a matter of time.

    And perhaps we need to thank Sinc more frequently because he really does us all a great favour with Catallaxy.

  12. HGS

    What Herodotus said, both times.

    And thank you Prof SD

  13. calli

    I love this place.

    Freedom is beautiful and precious and worth fighting for. Even the freedom to be wrong, or offensive or just plain silly.

    Those severely educated in the austerities of leftism will never understand it.

  14. cALLI:

    Even the freedom to be wrong, or offensive or just plain silly.

    It becomes tedious, defending others rights to these actions – especially when reciprocal defence of my rights to wrongness, offensiveness, and silliness has morphed into state control of my expressions of these same rights.

  15. Rabid Koala

    Ian Hickie, ABC go-to psychiatrist on the wireless this morning talking about if only we spent more money on anorexia with a multi-disciplinary team…. more cures.

    Obesity is effects 99% of young women more than anorexia and the health effects of obesity far outweigh anorexia but no one wants to seriously address the obesity issue.

  16. Rabid Koala

    Want were the sci fi recommendations?

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