23 Oct 2013

Karl Marx: Satan of the Political Religionists

Feminazis: Andybob’s 20/20 Foresight + Victor Zen responds to Tod Kelly’s article on the MHRM

By Did you get a load of 20/20 presenter, Elizabeth Vargas? She all but blew a gasket at the very idea of a man having the audacity to discuss the rights and welfare of men and boys.
Nothing could illustrate the sneering dismissal of men’s humanity more powerfully than the hostility emanating from Ms Vargas’ every pore. Of course, feminists are going to lap it up – but not everyone’s a feminist. Many of these non-feminists will see it as the dishonest hatchet job it is, and will want to know more about AVfM and the so-called MHRM.
Those still able to exercise their capacity for logical thinking will realize that expressing concern over issues such as male suicide rates does not make a person a rape supporter/enabler/apologist. These are the people Paul Elam was reaching out to and connecting with.
This had nothing to do with the cliché that all publicity is good publicity. It was about getting a foot in the door and establishing a presence – a door which can never be closed, regardless of how shrill feminists scream at us to get out. It was foolish of them to invite us in, and even more foolish to flout their lies, shaming tactics and bigotry so shamelessly on prime-time TV.

Conception by Deception: Amanda Holden Rapes Her Husband’s Choice

By : British TV personality Amanda Holden sunk to a new low, this week. The 42 year-old, who is a panelist on Simon Cowell’s Britain’s Got Talent, confessed via her autobiography, No Holding Back, that she tricked her husband, Chris Hughes, into fatherhood.
The former actress didn’t make the revelation as an act of redemption or apology. Nor did she do it to highlight the error of her ways and teach others that men have rights too. She simply did it to shift copies of her tacky book. Unsurprisingly, she has received little criticism from British media for her confession. In fact, most journalists – who fail to see the scale of her violation – have been sympathetic.

Interpol Chief: Time to Arm Citizens globally

InfoWars: Interpol Secretary General Ronald Noble told ABC News that one of the only ways to prevent terrorists from hitting soft targets was to arm citizens globally, noting that the Westgate mall siege would have been averted far quicker if it had taken place in gun-friendly areas like Denver or Texas. Source

How A Man's Heart is Murdered... + The Secret of the World - Victims Can Be Victimizers!

Stefan Molyneux: The Causes and Consequences of Male Disposability.


Time to light the blue touch-paper?
rainsbogiept: There are certain injustices (especially in Britain) that keep on an on resurfacing. They usually appear first in the blogosphere and/or liberal-to-left press, and are duly dismissed by lying politicians as poppycock, scandalous, rumour, innuendo, hearsay, politically motivated and so on ad nauseam. Then about three years later, when nobody cares any more, they surface in the Establishment MSM as done deals.

OMFG!! Ricky Tomlinson and Harry from Shrewsbury + Matt Wrack General secretary Fire Brigade union - The BBC Sucks O Cocks News

The artist taxi driver


Boom Bust: Better late than never! The newly re-christened Belated Labor Statistics released jobs data today. Yes, BLS numbers for September are now out! It was a mixed bag...which of course gives Bernanke the greenlight to print-with-impunity until his term ends in January. Mike Maloney, creator of the Hidden Secrets of Money video series, joins us to talk monetary shop @7:33 minute mark and his prediction for an inevitable Dollar crisis.

The U.S. Economic Recovery: Labor Force Participation 35 Year Low

Lazy Person
By Michael Snyder: The percentage of Americans that are participating in the labor force is the lowest that it has been in 35 years.  During the 70s, 80s and 90s, the labor force participation rate consistently rose as large numbers of women entered the workforce.  It peaked at 67.3 percent in early 2000, and just before the last recession it was sitting at about 66 percent.  Since the start of the last recession, the labor force participation rate has not stopped falling and it is now at a 35 year low.  In September, 11,255,000 Americans were considered to be "unemployed", and an astounding 90,609,000 Americans were considered to be "not in the labor force".  The number of Americans "not in the labor force" has increased by more than 10 million since Barack Obama entered the White House.  When you add the number of unemployed Americans to the number of Americans "not in the labor force", you come up with a grand total of more than 101 million working age Americans that do not have a job.
The Obama administration and the mainstream media continue to insist that we are in the midst of an "economic recovery", but that is a total joke.  Does the chart posted below look like a recovery to you?...

Model Plant Misled Scientists About Multicellular Growth

Scientists have misunderstood one of the most fundamental processes in the life of plants because they have been looking at the wrong flower, according to University of Leeds researchers.
Science Daily: Arabidopsis thaliana -- also known as thale cress or mouse-ear cress -- grows abundantly in cracks in pavements all over Europe and Asia, but the small white flower leads a second life as the lab rat of the plant world.
It has become the dominant "model plant" in genetics research because of its simple genetics and ease of use in a research environment. Thousands of trays of the humble weed are cultivated in laboratories across the world, but it turns out they may actually contain a rather oddball plant.
A study by researchers at the University of Leeds found that Arabidopsis thaliana was exceptional in not having a "censorship" protein called SMG1.
SMG1 was known to play a vital role in the growth of animals as multicellular organisms, but scientists thought that plants built their complex life fundamentally differently. That conclusion, it turns out, was built on a dummy sold by Arabidopsis thaliana.
Professor Brendan Davies from the University of Leeds' School of Biology, who led the study, said: "Everybody thought that this protein was only in animals. They thought that because, basically, most of the world studies one plant: Arabidopsis thaliana."

Why I Will Never, Ever, Go Back to the United States

By Michael Krieger: I have been cursed at a Chinese border. In Dubai, my passport was studied by three veiled women for over an hour and my suitcase completely dismembered. In the Philippines I had to bribe someone in order to get my visa extended for a few days. Borders, they can be tough, especially in countries known for corruption.
But never, ever, will I return to the United States of America.
- Excerpt from a must read article by Niels Gerson Lohman
Recently, one of my best friends from college had a horrific experience at the Canadian border. He told me he would write about his experience and allow me to post it on this site, so I hope to have that up in the near future. In the meantime, please take the time to read the story of Niels Gerson Lohman, a Dutch writer, designer and musician who had such a horrific experience at the border he has vowed to never return to these United States. This is an utter embarrassment and reminds me a lot of one of the more popular posts ever on this site:  Why I’m Leaving America by Michael Fielding.
From the Huffington Post:
After a year of traveling, I had planned a last, short trip. I was going to take the train from Montreal to New Orleans. The travels I had been undertaking earlier this year had brought me to places that were meant to form the background of my second novel.
This trip, however, was for my dad.

Looking without seeing

Where there are no saving graces, 
the media should have the good grace to say so
: As one gets past the stage of being able to self-define in terms of ‘middle age’, the day’s time gets divided up rather differently to the essentially positive activities of earlier life stages. I would roughly segment a normal day for me as follows:
% Looking for stuff I’ve lost 10 - Not seeing my lost stuff, even though it’s clearly visible 10 - Blaming others for losing my stuff 10 - Blogging 25 - Reading stuff 20 - Forgetting stuff I just read 20 - Nodding off from the effort of all of the above 5 
I have omitted drinking from this analysis (and especially during it) on the grounds that it would only muddy the waters, and detract from my main point which is this: what we more wrinkly participants in the roundabout of life may lack in cognition, we make up on the swings of discernment.
Isn’t that a great parallel? It’s such an intellectually respectable way of saying something essentially blunt, which is “I may be losing it, but you never had it in the first place – so fucking listen up”.
There is, my friends, a world of difference between being unable to see a wallet on a table because it’s open not closed, and being unable to spot immediately that David Cameron is a cheesy hypocrite, Ed Miliband a sanctimonious hypocrite, Neil Kinnock a pointless Welsh windbag, Barack Obama a rhetorical suit, and Jeremy Hunt a weaselly chancer who would’ve had Jesus of Nazareth yelling “Crucify! Crucify!” along with the rest of the mob.