Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup

Happy Sunday! Another gorgeous day in America. There rain is feeding the plants, there’s a nip of Fall in the air, and the Dodgers are one step closer to the World Series. This pinup is by Greg Hildebrandt, with a wee bit of help.

What’s happening in Ye Olde Blogosphere? The Fine 15

  1. Jihad Watch notes the Pope being against the death penalty while praising a pro-death Imam
  2. Weasel Zippers covers Biden saying citizens don’t deserve to know his positions
  3. This ain’t Hell… features a man sentenced to jail for stolen valor
  4. The Right Scoop covers 3 of the men (so far) charged in the plot to kidnap Gov Whitmer being Trump haters
  5. The Political Hat discusses systemic madness in Portland
  6. The People’s Cube features Putin praising the ideological links between Dems and Communism
  7. The Other McCain notes that Trump truly has broken the hater’s minds
  8. The Lid notes that Harris-Biden really do want to take your guns
  9. The Last Refuge covers ESPN having yet another round of get woke go broke layoffs
  10. The First Street Journal notes “mask-stiffing” on restaurant receipts
  11. The Feral Irishman highlights the condescending arrogance of the left
  12. The Daley Gator notes that math is apparently raaaaacist
  13. Raised On Hoecakes covers Yelp making their reviews about checking for racism
  14. Powerline features yet another Democrat “walking away”
  15. And last, but not least, Pacific Pundit notes a Trump supporter shot by an Antifa terrorist at a rally

As always, the full set of pinups can be seen in the Patriotic Pinup category, or over at my Gallery page (nope, that’s gone, the newest Apache killed access, and the program hasn’t been upgraded since 2014). While we are on pinups, since it is that time of year, have you gotten your “Pinups for Vets” calendar yet? And don’t forget to check out what I declare to be our War on Women Rule 5 and linky luv posts and things that interest me.

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7 Responses to “Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup”

  1. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Hunter Biden headed the World Food Program USA through 2019. The parent World Food Programme won the Nobel Peace Prize this year.

    Don, Don Jr., Iwanna and Earache are no longer allowed within miles of a charity.

    • gitarcarver says:

      Well, you have to get and take bribes somehow…

      Hunter was on the board of the World Food Program USA, a nonprofit that generates support for the U.N. World Food Programme, and he had hoped that Ye would make a large aid donation. At dinner that night, they discussed the donation, and then the conversation turned to business opportunities. Hunter offered to use his contacts to help identify investment opportunities for Ye’s company, CEFC China Energy, in liquefied-natural-gas projects in the United States. After the dinner, Ye sent a 2.8-carat diamond to Hunter’s hotel room with a card thanking him for their meeting. “I was, like, Oh, my God,” Hunter said. (In Kathleen’s court motion, the diamond is estimated to be worth eighty thousand dollars. Hunter said he believes the value is closer to ten thousand.) When I asked him if he thought the diamond was intended as a bribe, he said no: “What would they be bribing me for? My dad wasn’t in office.” Hunter said that he gave the diamond to his associates, and doesn’t know what they did with it. “I knew it wasn’t a good idea to take it. I just felt like it was weird,” he said.

      Hunter began negotiating a deal for CEFC to invest forty million dollars in a liquefied-natural-gas project on Monkey Island, in Louisiana, which, he said, was projected to create thousands of jobs. “I was more proud of it than you can imagine,” he told me. In the summer of 2017, Ye talked with Hunter about his concern that U.S. law-enforcement agencies were investigating one of his associates, Patrick Ho. Hunter, who sometimes works as a private lawyer, agreed to represent Ho, and tried to figure out whether Ho was in legal jeopardy in the U.S. That November, just after Ye and Hunter agreed on the Monkey Island deal, U.S. authorities detained Ho at the airport. He was later sentenced to three years in prison for his role in a multiyear, multimillion-dollar scheme to bribe top government officials in Chad and Uganda in exchange for business advantages for CEFC. In February, 2018, Ye was detained by Chinese authorities, reportedly as part of an anti-corruption investigation, and the deal with Hunter fell through. Hunter said that he did not consider Ye to be a “shady character at all,” and characterized the outcome as “bad luck.”

    • Kye says:

      Everything the Democommies touch they corrupt. Hey Elwood, does that mean charities won’t take his money? Cause I know he’s very generous with charities just like you are. (snicker)

      October 10, 2020 Nobel Peace Prize is beyond a joke and now a mark of shame By Thomas Lifson

      A U.N. report released last week paints a damning portrait of the World Food Programme’s operations there: an estimated 50 percent of food delivered by the U.N. agency is essentially being stolen—not only by the WFP’s own personnel and contractors, but also Somalia’s armed militias, some of whom are radical Islamists.
      Somalia is not the first crisis for the agency. These new allegations join a series of recent missteps there that have brought its contracting and operations under scrutiny for its role in aid missions around the world, from North Korea to the Horn of Africa. And the report sent the U.N. backpedaling in its war of words with Washington over the Obama administration’s decision to cut aid to Somali operations last year. What is going on at the WFP?
      The ugliest revelations are in the report’s details. Three Somali businessmen won about 80 percent of the agency’s $200 million in transport contracts last year, in what is described as a 12-year-old “de facto cartel.” One of them, Abdulqadir Nur “Enow,” apparently staged a hijacking of his own trucks in order to sell the food. In another case, the report cites witnesses saying Enow’s company sold hundreds of thousands of dollars of food aid in local markets, an outcome made possible by the fact that WFP depended on a local agency run by Enow’s wife to verify his deliveries. Meanwhile, a second WFP trucking contractor, Abukar Omar Adaani, used his wealth to finance a rebel militia that launched an offensive in Mogadishu last year against Somalia’s U.N.-backed transitional government and African Union peacekeepers. Adaani also persuaded the WFP to fund a road officials said was designed to give Islamist insurgents access to an airstrip, according to the report.
      That is far from the worst of it. Trading food for sex has long been a feature of the program’s staff. From 2 years ago, in the New York Post:
      Workers from more than 40 charity organizations exploited refugee children and women in West Africa by trading food for sex, according to a leaked report — that the United Nations has known about for 16 years.
      The disturbing scandal is laid out in an 84-page report produced in 2001 by researchers for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and Save the Children working at refugee camps in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia.
      The report was handed over to the UNHCR in 2002 but only a summary of the allegations was published.
      Identified in it are 40 organizations “whose workers are alleged to be in sexually exploitative relationships with refugee children,” according to The Times in the UK, which obtained a copy of the full report.
      Aid workers were “among the prime sexual exploiters of refugee children, often using the very humanitarian assistance and services intended to benefit refugees as a tool of exploitation.”
      They allegedly traded basic needs — like food, oil, access to education and plastic sheeting for shelters — for sex.
      Women at a camp in Guinea told the researchers, “In this community, no one can get corn soya blend without having sex first. They say, ‘A kilo for sex,’” the Sun reported.
      “These NGO workers are clever, they use the ration as bait to get you to have sex with them,” a teenage girl in Liberia added.
      Some families felt compelled to offer their young daughters as a way to “make ends meet,” the report found.
      Many of the organizations implicated were small and local but 15 were international, including UNHCR, the World Food Programme, Save the Children and Merlin. [emphasis added]
      And from last year, via Code Blue:
      Yet another United Nations entity—this time the World Food Programme (WFP)—is engulfed in a sexual abuse scandal.
      A total of 28 respondents to an independent survey of WFP staff members said they “had experienced an act of ‘rape, attempted rape or other sexual assault or rape’ while working at the food agency,” according to an article published yesterday in Foreign Policy.
      The survey, which has been cited by both Foreign Policy and The Italian Insider newspaper, found WFP to be a cesspool of harassment, discrimination against women and minorities, abuse of authority, and retaliation. More than 8,000 WFP staff members participated in the survey conducted by an independent management consultancy.
      A total of 641 respondents said they “experienced or witnessed sexual harassment, mostly sexually explicit comments or jokes, but in some cases rape and sexual assault,” wrote Foreign Policy. Some 950 staff members said they “experienced or witnessed retaliation for speaking up about abuse practices.”
      We are appalled and disgusted, but not at all surprised. The level of abuse revealed by the WFP survey is clearly endemic across all UN entities.
      Yet UN Secretary-General António Guterres has steadfastly refused to face up to the grim reality of the crisis. Instead, he has mouthed empty bromides about “zero tolerance” and a “victim-centered” approach and initiated “reforms” that are little more than public relations exercises.

    • formwiz says:

      Hunter Biden headed the World Food Program USA through 2019. The parent World Food Programme won the Nobel Peace Prize this year.

      I suppose coke is now considered a food.

      Don, Don Jr., Iwanna and Earache are no longer allowed within miles of a charity.

      If it’s anything associated with the UN, it’s crooked.

  2. Kye says:

    “Hunter Biden headed the World Food Program USA through 2019. The parent World Food Programme won the Nobel Peace Prize this year.”

    We are aware of your noted time line and nefarious tie in relationship of the Parent. We can read.

    When Hunter “the Thief” Biden was running the ship it was full of corruption, rape of children and the other assorted delicacies so well known and prolific among the UN agencies.

    But we also understand that you make the point that no “prizes” were offered while the corrupt molester Hunter (good name for child sex trafficking BTW) was in charge but now that he’s gone BOOM! a Peace Prize.

    Trump ACTUALLY MADE PEACE and they give their phony prize to the Hunter’s who spell it “piece” as in of ass. At this point the Nobel is little more than another bullshit leftist award ceremony not unlike the Oscars with different players.

    Trump 2020 Keep the corrupt child molester Biden and his whore on the bread line.

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