Bioleninist Parade

Trump is in London.

The Britbongs aren’t taking it well: . The London Museum apparently wants to add the Trump baby blimp to its exhibits.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan – having presided over a large rise in violent crime and said that terrorism is “part and parcel of life in a global city” – has taken a leading role in signalling against Trump.

For his part, Trump is whining about no access to Fox & Friends at his hotel.

I’m not a big fan of the Clown World meme – the previous NPC one was much better, IMO – but it really does fit very well here.

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  1. What the hell is chlorinated chicken block?

  2. Mitleser says
  3. Kent Nationalist says

    Do Jews really need their own bloc? What objection do Jews specifically have to Trump that is not covered by another one of the blocs?

  4. Hyperborean says

    What the hell is chlorinated chicken block?

    It is a reference to this:

    An investigation has revealed the risk of food poisoning because of “dangerous” practices at a US chicken factory, ahead of trade talks which could force the UK to accept the meat after Brexit.

    The undercover probe by Channel 4 laid bare the danger of cross-contamination with the deadly bacteria salmonella and campylobacter, because of poor standards outlawed by the EU.

    As normal in the US, the chicken is washed in chemicals – a practice banned in the UK under EU law because scientists fear it does not remove bacteria and simply masks safety failures.

    Nevertheless, the US has made clear it will demand the UK accept chemical-washed poultry in any trade deal – and Liam Fox, the international trade secretary, has suggested a ban will be impossible.

  5. reiner Tor says

    They are taunting us to attack them as Jews, so that they can declare anti-Semitism.

    Or let them unattacked, in which case they can implicitly claim the mantel of being arbiters of morality – “they are the ones who criticize Trump&Co/racists/etc. and not even Trump&Co/etc. dare criticize them back.”

  6. maybe they want to be safe from the Muslims?

  7. the previous NPC one was much better

    unfortunately it was too good and triggered the blue hair censors too much.

    if Trump imposed #1A on twitter l’autistes would literally drive them insane.

  8. Oh, anglo bending anglo, so progressive.

  9. Kent Nationalist says

    Maybe I should have gone to be a part of that bloc. I also oppose the drug pricing the yanks would want to impose.

  10. Haruto Rat says

    the danger of cross-contamination with the deadly bacteria salmonella and campylobacter, because of poor standards outlawed by the EU

    Incidence of salmonellosis (quick search):
    US (2018) – 16.7 –
    EU (2016) – 20.4 –

    These numbers are of course not complete as many cases go unreported. Also, they vary a lot, reaching 39.8 in Mississippi (not surprising) and 110.0 in Czech Rep. (somewhat surprising).

  11. Cagey Beast says


    I’ve seen him online, on and off, for more than a decade. Niccolo Soldo (aka Niccolo and Donkey) lacks the mental discipline to make sense of the Anglosphere. He is to Anglos what Sara Rao is to White people:

  12. Just think that 100 years ago the British Empire was once the most powerful in the world, and now this

  13. Thorfinnsson says

    Appears that there is no shortage of foodborne pathogens in Europe either:

    Here’s the CDC’s database for America:

    Oddly there was a salmonella outbreak with…pet hedgehogs.

  14. songbird says

    Peace and Antiwar: sounds redundant

    Lesbians and gays support Muslims:
    gays are anti-civilizational. I favor sending them to a gay island, where they can be sequestered in a population sink, which they might even enjoy as a gay paradise. Could double as a natural bioweapons development program.

    Handmaids against Trump:
    a sign that some people are robots? Or are they wearing costumes, and that appeals to their penchant for signaling and play-acting?

    Another Europe is Possible:
    it is called Africa. These people need to move there.

    Quaker meet-up: didn’t know they were still around. I wonder if they are all super-pozzed. Seems a little like they started out that way, but I never knew of a more modern one, except for Nixon.

  15. songbird says

    Of course, all their chicken should be safely irradiated.

    But maybe bleaching it requires less energy, which should appeal to the Greens.

  16. songbird says

    Radical Jews like to outsignal each other. Plus, it is kind of a sexual thing – mate selection.

  17. LondonBob says

    What if a demonstration was held and no one showed up? Even if it hadn’t rained the numbers would still have been pitiful.

  18. songbird says

    Is “Muslimah” Arabic?

    That would be my guess, but I can’t help but notice a similarity to the US term “Latina.” It is almost like they were influenced by the Meso-American invasion of the US.

  19. Hyperborean says

    Is “Muslimah” Arabic?

    Seems like it is:

    Arabic muslima, feminine of Muslim.

    I am not quite sure whether the ‘h’ is a stupid “anti-colonialist” gesture like spelling Afrika with a ‘k’ or whether it is a stupid Arab thing the same way they insist on spelling Mecca “Makkah”, Medina “Madinah” and Koran “Quran’.

  20. The jewish bloc is pretty much the reason that all those other anti white blocs exist. Jews hate Trump because he is not as fanatically anti white as other politicians are expected to be. The fact that Trump is a whore to Israel and perpetually licking Netanyahus ar$e is irrelevant, all politicians do that anyway.

  21. reiner Tor says

    In Arabic writing, vowels are rarely written, instead words ending an “a” (in pronunciation) are spelled either with a silent h or a special letter called the silent t, only used at the ending of words.

    The transliteration often tries to follow the original orthography.

  22. songbird says

    The word Latino/a always struck me as being intentionally foreign. As I understand it, it is used almost exclusively in the US, and hardly ever in Latin America.

    I can’t help but wonder if “Muslimah” is somehow similar. I mean, I imagine it is a common enough word, but how often could it really be in Muslim countries in a political sense, of women organizing? Probably never.

    I would like to see some activists change it to Muslimx, or niqaabx, or at least Mussulwomyn.

  23. prime noticer says

    chlorinated chicken block for the win.

  24. Philip Owen says

    It’s washed in water. The emphasis is on not contaminating the meat in the first place rather than washing shit off in the final stages (hence the US need for chlorine/ozone washes – chlorine is not often used now). The EU requires chicken to be properly dead before processing. It’s a bunny hugger thing.

  25. Thorfinnsson says

    Emphasis on avoiding contamination in the first place seems to be a general difference in the European and North American approaches to food safety.

    Eggs in North America must be washed by law, which is why they’re refrigerated (the shells are porous).

    In Europe they’re not washed and thus the cuticle is left in tact. The Europeans claim this prevents eggs from being laid in filthy conditions in the first place. Eggs are in turn not refrigerated in European supermarkets.

  26. I note that eggs bought in Russian supermarkets often have bits of feathers and some questionable stains on them.

  27. reiner Tor says

    Same thing in Europe. Or is it only Hungary? I think elsewhere, too.

  28. songbird says

    This is an interesting idea. I had always supposed eggs being refrigerated in the US was a legacy of the higher lifestyle in the ’50s. But I imagine the practice has spread pretty far by now, or am I wrong?

    Incidentally, it is probably good practice anyway, because it undoubtedly makes them last longer. I have never had an egg go bad, even though I have used them weeks past the expiration date.

    One thing I wonder about is why doesn’t anyone try to brand fancy color eggs to sell to yuppies, as special organic eggs. Maybe it is hard to achieve the same consistency with non-white or non-brown eggs. Or maybe, store eggs really come from the optimized breed, sort of like apples.

  29. ivvenalis says

    There’s a trend of foreignizing or de-Anglicizing Arabic/Islamic (but I repeat myself) terms. For instance, dropping articles when referring to Islamic headscarves — which isn’t even done in Arabic — transliterating Mecca as Makkah (sometimes with diacritic marks, which again isn’t uncommon in Arabic), and pronouncing or at least attempting to pronounce words like “Muslim” with Arabic phonemes.

    It’s territory marking by Muslim settlers, signal boosted by their woke sponsors.

  30. Thorfinnsson says

    Eggs are like that in Sweden too.

    Aussies report to me that the land down under also follows the European practice.

  31. Thorfinnsson says

    Eggs have to be refrigerated by law in US and Canadian supermarkets. Various states have exemptions for unwashed eggs at farmers markets.

    I don’t think the practice of refrigerating North American eggs makes them last longer simply because egg shells are porous. Unwashed eggs are protected by the cuticle which prevents oxygen from entering the shell. Consider that you can also store fresh meat at room temperature if you encapsulate it in fat, as with potted meat.

    Eggland’s Best brands their eggs, right down to stamping their logo on the shells:

    Their claim to fame is feeding the hens a special diet which changes the nutritional profile of the eggs:

    As for “fancy color eggs”, to my knowledge eggs are either white or brown. Eggs with other colors would either require dying (would’ve sold in the ’50s, not so much today) or breeding some odd mutant hens.

  32. songbird says

    You are probably right that the egg market is already differentiated enough. Of course, to me, all eggs are the same. Even duck or goose eggs.

    I don’t think the practice of refrigerating North American eggs makes them last longer simply because egg shells are porous.

    The rates of chemical (and thus biochemical) reactions are temperature dependent. For instance, cold can dramatically slow the reproduction of bacteria. But it also slows things like natural oxidation.

    No doubt, unrefrigerated eggs have a long lifespan – I’ve known some rural people who will put them in a bucket of water to keep them cool. But I’d bet on a store-bought egg refrigerated compared to a direct-sourced egg, at least in summertime. But you make me curious to try the experiment.

    I believe eggs also have natural antibacterial properties. Albumen has the highest affinity for antigen of any known protein – if I recall. Of course, one can still get sick, but when comparing eggs to chicken the difference is amazing – chicken will spoil quickly. Eggs are almost like hotdogs – the non-deli kind, that last forever.

    As for colored eggs:

    According to Michigan State University Extension, egg color is determined by the genetics of the hens. The breed of the hen will indicate what color eggs she will produce. For example, Leghorn chickens lay white eggs while Orpington’s lay brown eggs and Ameraucana produce blue eggs. An Olive Egger, a chicken that lays olive green eggs, is the product of a cross between a hen and rooster that are from a brown egg and a blue egg laying breed. An interesting tip is to look at the chicken’s ear lobes; typically those with white ear lobes produce white eggs

    A lot of birds interestingly lay colored eggs. I think it is a defense against brood parasitism, though not perfect. If you see a robin’s egg on the ground, you would swear someone dropped a gumball – it doesn’t even look natural, until you notice the egg shape.

  33. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a feather on an egg, sometimes stains, but they are refridgerated down here.

  34. Thorfinnsson says

    Cool stuff, thanks.

    Perhaps the birds that lay cool looking eggs aren’t productive?

  35. Thorfinnsson says

    Perhaps I got a bad oz egg report

  36. Toronto Russian says

    I note that eggs bought in Russian supermarkets often have bits of feathers and some questionable stains on them.

  37. Pericles says

    Is Canada finally going to strike hard against exploitative indigenous men and bizarro sexual perverts then? Not so fast says Commission of High Seriousness, there are still whiteys around. Lol.

  38. Pericles says

    Hey Londonistani readers, please note that the Jews are found at location 6 above.

  39. Pericles says

    On the other hand, we also have kosher and halal butchers, so no hugs for those animals.

  40. UrbaneFrancoOntarian says

    Yup I’ve noticed this too.