15 Aug 2013

Manhood Academy's Lost Boys + Pickup Artists, Seduction and The National Anthem + Debating MRA leader John Hembling (JohnTheOther) about MRA cowardice & censorship

johntheother: Debriefing of my "debate" with the lost boys of manhood academy. http://www.avoiceformen.com/men/manho...

Who's Too Weak to Live With Freedom? Prof. Alan Charles Kors on His Fight for Free Expression

TheFIREorg: "You can't say to people 'you're too weak to live with freedom, only that group is strong enough to live with freedom.'"

The Next Terrorist Attack - What The Mainstream Media Isn't Telling You + Revolution: An Instruction Manual

StormCloudsGathering: You've probably heard the lame stream media talking about the impending terrorist attack, but here's what they aren't telling you.

Laser Guided Schizophrenic Mind-Controlled Rat(e)s - Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert with John Butler

"Dear schizophrenic, your bin is watching you" Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss boycotting and shrugging in response to the total surveillance state where even the 'progressive' recycling bins are following you.

Steven Pinker on Taboos, Political Correctness, and Dissent

TheFIREorg: FIRE President Greg Lukianoff interviews Harvard psychology professor and bestselling author Steven Pinker about his books, the crucial role dissent plays in keeping society sane, the special importance of free speech on campus, and the origins of political correctness.

Examining the UK apartheid style police 'stop and search' policy

liarpoliticians: A look at the UK police's apartheid style stop and search policy, which creates tensions on race / religion. Edited by WD

Hidden Secrets Of Money 2 - Seven Stages Of Empire - Silver & Gold + A Conversation With MIKE MALONEY

whygoldandsilver: So there you have it folks, the Seven Stages Of Empire. Rather than write about the video itself and undo the simple elegance of Mike's explanations, I thought I'd come from a different angle -- what you can do to help us. The good news is that it is actually pretty simple. If you enjoyed the video and got something from it, please share it with your friends and family. That's it.

Cyprus: What I Saw

By Alexi Giannoulias: Four years ago, I travelled to Cyprus for a fact finding trip with Senator Dick Durbin. On the second day of the trip, we visited the Mayor of Famagusta – Alexis Galanos. When the Mayor took us to the top of the Famagusta Municipality’s Cultural Center, what I saw shocked me.
I saw buildings, but no people. A sea, but no ships. Roads, but no cars. Famagusta – or as some call it Αμμόχωστος or Varosha – has for nearly 40 years been called a “ghost” city. What I saw was far scarier than a “ghost.” I was looking at death where there once was life.
39 years ago today, Turkey launched the second wave of its invasion of Cyprus. This wave, called Atilla II, resulted in the loss of Famagusta.
Sign the petition to give Famagusta back now.

Egypt: this world is empty.. BBC "retail sales are up" + Cameron and the world sorry as War Machine rolls on - BBC Sucks O Cocks News

The artist taxi driver

Honeybadger Radio on AVFM RE: Cathy Young

johntheother: "Why can't we all get along?" is the war cry of the immoderate moderate. You know the one, she tries to sell a softened extremism and chastises us for not adopting it.

She's existed throughout the ages. Always trying to keep the peace by selling out someone's civil rights and saying "wow, how ungrateful, how rude, how outrageous" when that they catch on to the immoderate moderate's schtick. "Don't they understand that they have to behave themselves before they get to speak?"

The immoderate moderate loves the idea of "behaving yourself". Who decides what "behaving yourself" entails? They do of course.

Dostoevsky Versus The Jews + Jewish Directed Iran Sanctions Backfire

Brother Nathanael
"Obongo and the sodomites"

Paper money fixed Weimar hyperinflation