The World According To Bob

Bob Allen is a philosopher and cyber libertarian. He advocates for the basic human rights of men. Bob has learned to cut through the political nonsense, the propaganda hate, the surface discourse, and talk about the underlying metamessage that the front is hiding. Bob tells it like it is and lets the chips fall where they may. If you like what you read be sure to bookmark this blog and share it with your friends.

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You can't make wrong into right by doing wrong more effectively. It's time for real MEN to stand up and take back our families, our society, and our self respect. It is not a crime to be born a man. It is not a crime to act manly.

Monday, November 12, 2007

Save a KW, kill a kid.

Beginning in 2004 the US government effectively outlawed clothes washers with hot wash cycles and outlawed clothes washers with warm rinse cycles. According to government estimates their 2004 regulation increased the average cost of a clothes washer by about $50. But that's not the end of their government tyranny. New and much more horrendous intrusion into our laundry rooms came in 2007 when all hot water washing is now banned and you can no longer use enough water to effectively rinse the dirt or soap from your clothes. The 2007 regulation is estimated by the government to cost an additional $250 dollars per machine over the already increased cost of machines meeting the 2004 regulations, $300 total additional cost. Read PDF regulation here. Under the new government regulations, you now have the freedom to select any wash cycle you want as long as you want warm-cold or cold-cold, with the top half of the clothes not even in the water. The government intended to outlaw top loading washers altogether, according to their report published in the Federal Register, see link above.

The primary reason for washing clothes in hot water is to sanitize the clothes and kill bacteria before they go back into your closet. Washing in lukewarm or cold water does not kill bacterias, it distributes them throughout all the clothes in that load. It also contaminates the machine so that deadly bacteria will be distributed to the next load too. Currently marketed clothes dryers manufactured under he government “Energy-Star” requirement do not get hot enough to kill bacteria either. Beginning in 2004, these new low energy consumption, non-sanitizing laundry machines have been the only ones sold in the United States, and its getting worse after 2007.

Even if you are unconcerned about the additional $300 that it will cost you to purchase a clothes washer, and unconcerned that your clothes will contain residential soap and dirt, you should be very concerned about the rapidly spreading resistant bacteria that is being created and distributed by the nation wide lack of sanitation. We read in our news this year, “Drug-Resistant Staph Killed More Americans Than AIDS in 2005.” It came out of hospitals where the AMA and their medical industrial complex breeds noxious diseases so they can be paid to “treat” us. But it was generally confined to hospitals for years because it didn't spread among healthy sanitary homes. But today many of our homes no longer are sanitary. Our home laundry spreads disease rather than prevents disease. Even new hospital laundry equipment doesn't clean and sanitize sheets and towels as well as it once did. Hospital laundries have to use the ineffective government mandated “energy saving” equipment too. We the people are left with unsanitary hospitals breeding horribly deadly diseases in huge new quantities, and unsanitary homes without clean sanitary towels or clothing. Sanitization of our clothing, towels, and bedding is now effectively outlawed by our government.

In small towns all across America school children are getting sick and dying from resistant staph infections, e-coli outbreaks, and thousands of colds, flus, and other diseases that they need not get. Schools are being closed to be disinfected to fight the spread of disease. But the next week another child brings the resistant staph back to the school. Towel laundry facilities at school gymnasiums no longer use hot water either, being confined by tyrannical government bureaucrats to “save energy” while killing our children. Every year it will get worse and worse as more and more older laundry equipment wears out and is replaced by the new “energy saving” non-sanitary laundry equipment.

In the food industry we have seen a huge rise in the number of e-coli contaminated food products from food processing plants all over America. Once again, clean laundry, aprons, shirts, etc., are the first line of defense against the spread of contagious diseases. Infectious disease contamination of food has increased sharply since 2004 when the government stopped allowing laundry manufacturers to supply machines that clean and disinfect our dirty laundry. Food processing employee's clothing, aprons, etc., are not being properly laundered in hot clean bacteria killing water. The government prohibits it.

The government's lack of concern for the health and safety of American men, women, and children would have been unthinkable in the first half of the 20th century when parents were all terrified of polio and even our polio stricken President FDR promoted sanitation as the first defense against infectious disease. Not today. Sanitation and the health of our people has been ignored as power hungry bureaucrats promulgate oppressive regulations to exercise their authority over the people. Sickness, disease, and death in schools and homes is the inevitable result of outlawing sanitary laundry facilities.

One way to fight them on a personal level is to eschew all new and unsanitary laundry equipment and use refurbished machines from a previous era. Having clean laundry at home won't protect you from all the dirty disease spreading unsanitary conditions in other places like hotels, hospitals, and schools, but it's all you can do with the government working to kill the people by crippling effective sanitation. How many hundred thousand children will die of resistant staph before the people take notice?

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I invented a washer to circumvent.

November 12, 2007 3:12 PM  
Blogger ChicagoMan said...

If you have any knowledge of plumbing, you can simply pipe in hot water from your water heater into the washing machine. You can do anything, even have a valve before the washer for switching between hot and cold. People should run a "dry run" with alot of bleach once in a while as well.

I do this to both my washer and my dishwasher.

November 13, 2007 9:26 AM  
Blogger Bob said...

Note to Chicagoman:

Thank you for your suggestion. That we seem to be coming to is a return to 1930s washing technology because our tyrannical government has outlawed the will of the people. Its good to know that some men are resisting government tyranny by making their own equipment. Making your own plumbing and mixing valve, modifying your automatic washer is not a good solution for the general public. It also would defeat the automatic function since you would have to fill by hand or stand by the valve instead of relying on the machine’s controls. So far, Bob is using a refurbished older machine. I don't know how long that will remain feasable as older equipment wears out.

Because most people won’t be able to use modified clothes washers the new non-sanitary machines will breed and spread dangerous infections. Even if our own clothing, bedding and towels are clean and sanitary, we will be more at risk wherever else we go outside of our own homes. Men, women, and children are already dying from diseases that have not been controlled by reasonable cleanliness.

November 13, 2007 9:39 AM  
Blogger mike savell said...

Hey guys,the boss(her indoors) says that the modern powders are supposed to fulfil the function of ridding clothes of these germs.
Is she wrong,if so it would explain a lot.

November 13, 2007 9:54 AM  
Blogger Bob said...

Note to mike savell:
One of the problems is that they have convinced gullible females that hot water is not necessary. The advertisers of laundry detergents make grandiose claims about their products but the claims are greatly over stated. A good detergent helps, but does not do a complete job of sanitizing. What it ends up doing is to separate the more resistant germs from the less resistant germs. Over the long haul the process creates more and more resistant germs.

Today’s women also have been taught not to use real chlorine bleach in most of their laundry either. They use “enzyme” substitutes that don’t kill germs as bleach does.

No hot water. No bleach. It’s a breeding ground for creating and passing on fatal infections such as resistant staph.

November 13, 2007 10:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Off topic-
Save the Males has been shut down. If you haven't already backed everything up, it looks like now is the time.

November 14, 2007 11:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How to backup a blogger blog.

November 14, 2007 2:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Save the Males is back up.

The page I got earlier said it had been shut down for some sort of a violation. Maybe it was just a mistake. After Mikee, and all the others, I assumed the worst.

November 14, 2007 7:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just came across this, thoughts?
Indian born flight attendant demands castration of Saudia officials for sexual harassment
Wed, 2006-05-10 22:07

" She has sought for Bahrani to be castrated for sexually harassing her. Bahrani’s shameful acts have stood proved in the Trial Courts and have been confirmed by the Bombay High Court.

Shehnaz has also demanded that the right hands be cut off at the wrists and the left feet at the ankles, as well as 80 lashes be given to the six persons named in her complaint, who are all Muslims, citizens of KSA and executives of the Saudi Arabian Airlines.

Since, Bahrani admitted to being intoxicated when he made sexual overtures to Shehnaz, which four of his own persons produced in the Court as witnesses also confirmed, Shehnaz has sought 40 additional stripes to be given to him for having committed this hudud offence as well. “The evidence is irrefutable and largely documentary. The charges leveled have stood proved. Although, the Courts which have passed their orders against the Saudi Arabian Airlines, Bahrani and others, are not from Dar-al-Islam (abode of Islam i.e. an Islamic Country) the evidence, cannot be one in one Court and another in some other Court”, said Shehnaz, who has sent a copy of her complaint to His Majesty King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud. Instead of chastising the main offender, Mr. Abdul Ellah Bahrani, the SAA Executives have protected him and they must all be severally held guilty of that same offence as having colluded with him. "

November 16, 2007 5:14 PM  
Anonymous buttercup said...

Hi Bob. I was directed to your site by a woman who reads my blog asking me to sign a petition to shut you down. Being an inquisitive (you might say meddling or nosey) female, I decided to check out your blog.

First of all, I do use Clorox bleach on my whites. I spring for the lavender scented. Just wanted to clear that up.

I don't have a problem with the government forbidding hot water for laundry. It seems like a perfectly acceptable form of population control if what you claim about germs is true. Only the strong survive, baby!

If you are so worried about the germ problem, I suggest you do what most women do. Buy an outfit, wear it once, and throw it away. See you thought we did that because we are all thoughtless morons, but really we are planning to kill all the men off by infecting their 10 year old undershirts with staph and praying for warm humid days.


November 16, 2007 9:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is Butterball also known as Robin Steele? It seems to spout the same idiocy.

November 17, 2007 2:09 PM  
Blogger Bob said...

Note to anonymous:
All comments must be pertinent to the topic. Bob is not the topic of any article on this blog.

November 17, 2007 4:06 PM  
Anonymous butterball said...

Oh anonymous, you are so paranoid. Nope, I'm not Robin, but I am a female so who the hell cares what my name is, right? We all have the same opinions, and a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.

I am sorry you thought my comment was idiotic. Do you have any bright ideas on how to solve the problem of rampant germ infestation on our improperly laundered clothing? I'm all ears.

November 17, 2007 11:22 PM  
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November 18, 2007 5:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is fascinating, I had not realized this was the case. Are you guys certain of this? It seems to me I have a washer with hot-cold, etc. I cannot understand the logic in doing this, it's beyond my ability to understand. What possible use can ommitting hot water from a washer be? It's ridiculious IMO. The government is really quite mad you know.

November 26, 2007 4:26 PM  
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