24 Jun 2017

ICMI17: Dr Greg Canning - “The Gender Health Gap”

Greg Canning is a medical doctor specializing in skin cancers. He has a keen interest in the unique medical challenges faced by men and boys. He has written frequently on men’s issues for an assortment of Australian publications. Greg is also formerly the Australian News Director for avoiceformen.com international affiliates.

23 Jun 2017

The Erosion Of Due Process

ICMI17, Barry Williams 'Lone Fathers Association Of Australia'

The Lone Fathers Association of Australia: http://lonefathers.org.au/

‘Buried Alive’: The Old Men Stuck In Britain’s Prisons

They can’t manage the stairs, so they can’t exercise, or go to classes. They’re afraid to shower in case they fall. The ones with dementia don’t even know where they are. Is this any way to deal with elderly offenders?
By Dave was 13 when he got his first custodial sentence. It was 1962 and he had been caught stealing from cars. That sentence was followed by others: he can’t quite remember how many. Gamely, he tried to count them: “I think it was 14 or 15,” he finally offered. He wasn’t always put away – at least seven times, he was given a suspended sentence. Three months ago, he left prison for what he swears was the last time, after serving 14 years of a life sentence. Today, he’s an old man. At 68, he spoke to me with as much urgency as his weak heart will allow, squeezing volleys of words in short bursts of breath before wheezing to a stop. He apologised for interrupting, and checked himself when he slipped into the subservient prison habit of addressing me as “Miss”.
In 1974, he was arrested for violent disorder. He was 25; one of the lads. It was his first time in an adult prison. “Prison was a place for young men: we were all in it together, you know?” he said. “There were some older prisoners, but not many. And ‘older’ meant someone in their 50s and 60s then: there were no really old men on the wings. Not like now.”

ICMI17, Dr Tanveer Ahmed's Speech

Google's 4 Steps To Online Censorship

Raging Golden Eagle: They claim this is all to fight terrorism, but as usual that's just the sales pitch. This is about more than just terrorism. This is about "hate speech" and "offensive content". They even admit as much themselves!

Ron Paul On "Enemies, Foreign And Domestic" And Liberty

By Tyler Durden: Former Texas Congressman Ron Paul likes to joke that when he gets invited to speaking engagements in Washington, DC, audiences typically don’t applaud. But at the Future of Freedom Foundation, Paul was right at home, delivering a speech entitled "Enemies: Foreign And Domestic" about how to apply the principles of non-interventionism in domestic and foreign policy.
He spoke about how his stint in Congress made him more skeptical of government and wary of the deep state’s capacity for maliciousness, beginning with his early days in Washington.

This Is Being In Time!!!

Gilad Atzmon: Farrakhan Berates Media Reporters During Radio Interview Commercial. 

Toxic Pelosi - William Banzai7

22 Jun 2017

French Male Bus Drivers Wear Skirts To Work To Protest ‘Sexist’ Hot Weather Uniform

By Kieran Corcoran: French bus drivers have started wearing skirts to work in protest against a sexist dress code which has left them sweltering in a heat wave.
Public transport network employees in Nantes, western France, mounted their protest this week as temperatures surged as high as 34C (93F).

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They donned skirts after being told that shorts – their preferred alternative – were against the company dress code.
However, the same set of rules allows female employees the far breezier option of wearing a skirt.
Determined to make a point about equality, a group of male drivers put the skirts on and posed for local news cameras on Tuesday:

Transgender Lesbians Going Their Own Way

"If you strike me down, I shall become more powerful than you can possibly imagine"

The Judeo-U.S. Economy Is A Perverted, Neo-Feudal, Rent-Seeking Abomination

By Michael Krieger: The bankster bailouts of the 2008/09 period changed my life forever. I was working on Wall Street at the time, and the way in which the government rallied around the financial institutions that torched the world and left its victims in the dust threw my entire delusional worldview into disarray. Prior to that, I had bought into the absurd assumption that I was financially successful at a young age primarily because I was hard-working and talented. The ensuing bailouts and the government’s emphasis on obsessively rescuing some of the most degenerate people in our society made me realize once and for all how completely rigged and sleazy the U.S. economy really is. As you might expect, it only got worse under Obama’s oligarch-coddling policies and will surely continue to deteriorate under Trump (Goldman Sachs is not your friend).
Ever since I left my cushy financial services job to do the challenging and often draining work of chronicling our ongoing crime scene, I’ve spent the vast majority of my free time trying to further educate myself on exactly how this system works. What I’ve discovered over and over again is that it is far more abusive than even I imagined.