Friday, September 26, 2014

Dr Bear's Latest Work

Dr Bear is one of those rare Renaissance men. He is proficient in the arts and sciences as well as being a social critic. If it were the time of the Renaissance the portly professor Dr Bear would be holding court on a grassy lawn with other greats like Galileo, Michael Angelo, Bruneleschi and Renaissance humanists such as Poggio Bracciolini

Dr Bear's work in sciences and his mission to debunk absurdity of creationism is quickly making him an internet force to be reckoned with. 

Please take some time to read Dr Bear's last work on  THE BIG FAT HERETIC. and read what big FAT thinking is all about!

This latest work of Dr Bear's starts out with a short and very poignant autobiography and then it weaves its way into some of the angst that led to Dr Bear's grasp of the gestalt as he zeroes in on the lack of commonsense and critical that is plaguing the world today.

Below is one of Dr Bear's insight and 'inciteful' cartoons. 


Visit the BIG FAT HERETIC and share it with everyone.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Patriot Majority

Except for the Obama haters, certain Republicans, corporate gangsters and the religious zealots most Americans are patriots.



I would ask all my readers to join Patriot Majority. CLICK HERE FOR PATRIOT MAJORITY!




PATRIOT MAJORITY ACTION PLAN


Patriot Majority USA is pursuing a long-term program to economically empower all Americans. The Patriot Majority Action Plan will create and protect opportunities for all Americans, while making our country stronger here at home and across the world. We encourage you to share your ideas and to make suggestions on how to expand and localize the Patriot Majority Action Plan. For America to move forward in the 21st Century, it will take all of us working together. And that starts here – with you.
  1. Protect voting rights and encourage broad participation in our American elections as a means to enfranchise Americans both politically and economically.
  2. Focus on a comprehensive “American Made” energy-independence policy, including production of domestic oil, gas, wind, solar and biofuels, and vital infrastructure projects.
  3. Update our infrastructure through construction projects that create jobs, improve American economic security and bring our country’s roads and bridges up to 21st century standards.
  4. Invest in America’s public schools and students, from early childhood education through higher education, in order to ensure that working- and middle-class families have the access to a quality education that is essential to keep America competitive in the global economy.
  5. Protect America’s economic system by improving cybersecurity in order to reduce threats to our businesses, electric grid, armed forces and national security.
  6. Address the approval process for judicial appointments in order to end the current staffing crisis in the federal court system, which slows down and harms the commerce and economy of our country.
  7. Oppose fiscal and employment policies that are designed to eliminate workers’ hard-earned rights, pay and benefits.
  8. Preserve Medicare, Social Security and other healthcare protections, including allowing children to remain on their parents’ insurance up to age 26, preventing insurance companies from denying coverage to children with pre-existing conditions, and requiring insurance policies to cover preventive care for women.
  9. Close tax loopholes for special interests, cut taxes and achieve tax fairness for middle-class and working families and small businesses.
  10. Advocate for comprehensive campaign finance reform that increases transparency and limits the influence of greedy special interests who abuse the process in order to buy elections and, in the process, undermine the middle class, working families and deprive their fellow Americans of any chance of achieving the American Dream.

Thom Tillis Sex Scandal

A report in the News & Observer story from April 2012 that questioned Charles Thomas, Tillis’ chief of staff, about an extramarital affair with a lobbyist from the home builders association. Thomas, a former Asheville lawmaker, immediately resigned. So what does Tillis do? He hires another whore of ill repute and then paid the whores. 
Tillis and Thomas shared an apartment in Raleigh, but Tillis said he knew nothing about the affair. The speaker later gave Thomas and another staffer, Amy Hobbs, who also resigned for an inappropriate relationship with a lobbyist, a combined $19,333 as severance pay. At the time, Tillis defended the payments as part of the “human side” that takes into account the families affected.
Thom Tillis is spending North Carolina taxpayer money to clean up his mess and cover his ass. These two whore deserved nothing. They both broke that law with their illegal behavior with lobbyists but Tillis saw fit to reward them for violating the public trust. But what is the real reason for him buying them off. I think it is because Tillis was also in on the sex parties.

Looks to me like at best Tillis has horrible judgement but seeing as how he's a corrupt politician he was probably cheating on his spouse same as Charles Thomas and Amy Hobbs. 















Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/2014/04/16/3788652/super-pac-ad-hits-tillis-on-sex.html#storylink=cpy



Tuesday, September 23, 2014

My Strategy for Dealing with ISIL



Let's start with one basic premise and that is, Islam is no damn good and dead Muslims cannot terrorize nor can they support terror. ISIL is killing mostly Muslims currently and how can that be a bad thing? Basically a more virulent strain of Islam is attacking a less virulent strain. Less Muslims are less Muslims. Instead of killing off ISIL at this point we should let them go for a while and we should go further. We should be bombing mosques and blaming it on ISIL. By stirring the pot we can put our enemies at each other's throats.



After a year or two Muslim countries will be war torn and will have done it to themselves like they have been doing for centuries. We should simply accelerate the process. When the situation gets totally desperate in the Middle East the US should swoop in and save the day.

When you have them by the balls their hearts and minds will follow. When they beg us to police them and they will, we will then need to ramp up the propaganda and that doesn't mean patronizing them. It means we should talk down to them and let them realize that Islam, its clerics and their demon god Allah has failed them. Then tell them that they can go back to their gutter religion and their pedophile prophet and fail and have misery or they can reject Islam and pick any other religion they want or choose no religion. They can join civilized humanity or they can continue to fuck goats.

Why Islam is Evil CLICK HERE

Monday, September 22, 2014

Police Killed In the Line Of Duty

I used to like and admire cops but today's police are not all that likable although there are probably some decent and fair minded people who go into law enforcement.  Police would like us to believe that law enforcement is an extremely dangerous job but in reality it isn't.  There are many industries that are far more dangerous than the law enforcement industry and yes law enforcement is no longer a profession; it is indeed an industry.

Today most people do not like or trust police. Instead of feeling safe when they see a cop most people feel less safe. It used to be that when I saw a person pulled over by a cop I'd think, "I'm glad to see cops are doing their job and keeping us safe." but now when I see police activity I think to myself, "I hope those cops aren't up to no good."

RelatedStop Being Famous has compiled a list of 10 police brutality moments of 2013. According to Term Life Insurance’s US police brutality report, 5,986 cases of police brutality were recorded from 2009 to 2010, with 382 fatalities linked to misconduct and $347,455,000 spent in related settlements and judgements. It’s clear police misconduct is a large problem

When I saw the Rodney King beating I was somewhat aghast but I could have voted those cops innocent. Sure they were pussies and they probably could have restrained King without beating him as much as they did.  I am pretty sure that I Fat Bastardo and 150 pound Proud FA could have subdued Rodney King and placed him in restraints without hurting him but Proud and I are not pussies.

There are many industries that are more dangerous than the law enforcement industry. Here are a few:













Tree workers















Farmers








Taxi Drivers










Soldiers













Construction  Workers


















Roofers
















Firefighters



















Convenience store clerks



















Coal Miner














Factory workers














Oil Rig Workers



Sunday, September 21, 2014

How Often Do Police Kill Blacks? At Least Twice Per Week

WASHINGTON — Nearly two times a week in the United States, a white police officer killed a black person during a seven-year period ending in 2012, according to the most recent accounts of justifiable homicide reported to the FBI.
Fat Bastardo's Op Ed: The key word here is reported.
On average, there were 96 such incidents among at least 400 police killings each year that were reported to the FBI by local police. The numbers appear to show that the shooting of a black teenager in Ferguson, Mo., last Saturday was not an isolated event in American policing.
The reports show that 18% of the blacks killed during those seven years were under age 21, compared to 8.7% of whites. The victim in Ferguson was 18-year-old Michael Brown. Police have yet to identify the officer who shot him; witnesses have said the officer was white.
Fat Bastard's Op Ed: Cops target Blacks because it is easier for them the cops to get away with killing them but if their are no Blacks available they will kill Whites and Hispanics.

While the racial analysis is striking, the database it's based on has been long considered flawed and largely incomplete. The killings are self-reported by law enforcement and not all police departments participate so the database undercounts the actual number of deaths. Plus, the numbers are not audited after they are submitted to the FBI and the statistics on "justifiable" homicides have conflicted with independent measures of fatalities at the hands of police.
Fat Bastardo's Op Ed: Cops in the US are trained and skilled liars. Many are zealous puppets for the power elite.
About 750 agencies contribute to the database, a fraction of the 17,000 law enforcement agencies in the United States.
University of South Carolina criminologist Geoff Alpert, who has long studied police use of deadly force, said the FBI's limited database underscores a gaping hole in the nation's understanding of how often local police take a life on America's streets — and under what circumstances.
''There is no national database for this type of information, and that is so crazy," said Alpert. "We've been trying for years, but nobody wanted to fund it and the (police) departments didn't want it. They were concerned with their image and liability. They don't want to bother with it.''
Alpert said the database can confirm that a death has occurred but is good for little else.
"I've looked at records in hundreds of departments,'' Alpert said, "and it is very rare that you find someone saying, 'Oh, gosh, we used excessive force.' In 98.9% of the cases, they are stamped as justified and sent along.''
Despite those flaws, the FBI records remain the most complete nationwide accounting of people killed by the police.
The International Association of Chiefs of Police, the nation's largest group of police officials, has maintained that police use of force is rare. Citing data gathered by the Bureau of Justices Statistics in 2008, the IACP said less than 2% of the 40 million people who had contact with police reported the use of force or threatened use of force.

Fat Bastardo's Op Ed: 2% is one in fifty.  Compared to people who drive drunk that is 10 times as much. The Gestapo was probably less abusive to German citizens.
"In large part, the public perception of police use of force is framed and influenced by the media depictions which present unrealistic and often outlandish representations of law enforcement and the policing profession,'' the group said in a 2012 report.