30 Oct 2013

Misandric Mass-Debating On Feminism, British Brainwashing Corporation

Men On Strike: Dr. Helen Smith on Fox & Friends + Birdshit for brains at Birdee.com

By Probably the single most important book published on men’s issues this year is Men On Strike, by Dr. Helen Smith, which you can and should buy and share with all your blue pill friends. You can get it here or here or from any decent bookseller.
Dr. Helen Smith was recently interviewed about her book on Fox News Network. Fox in general has had both positive and negative things to say about her book and message, but she handles things masterfully, we find. Source

Apartheid Zionist US Israel Lobby Trying To ‘Sabotage’ Iran-US Nuclear Talks: James Petras

The Israeli government has very close relations with its proxies in the United States, essentially the principal Zionist organizations, who are very heavily funded and have financed the electoral campaigns and provided direct contributions totaling over 100 million dollars over the last 30 years and actually have financed 230 politicians in the US Congress and over 50 senators,”
UK BANNED Press TV: Having failed to convince Washington to launch a military strike against Iran, Israel lobby in the US is now focusing its efforts to sabotagethe nuclear talks between Tehran and the world powers, an American professor says.
In the face of that problem of not being able to mobilize the United States to go to war with Iran, they’re focusing on strangling the economy,” James Petras, Bartle Professor (Emeritus) of Sociology at Binghamton University, New York, told Press TV on Wednesday.

He was referring to reports that the US Senate is ratcheting up pressure on the White House to tighten sanctions against Iran in line with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s demand for more pressure against Tehran.

On Monday, Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Robert Menendez (D-NJ) said that the Senate aims to cut Iran’s current oil exports to 500,000 barrels per day.

NSA secretly accessed Yahoo, Google data centers to collect information - Snowden leak

Google data center RT: Despite having front-door access to communications transmitted across the biggest Internet companies on Earth, the National Security Agency has been secretly tapping into the two largest online entities in the world, new leaked documents reveal.
Those documents, supplied by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden and obtained by the Washington Post, suggest that the US intelligence agency and its British counterpart have compromised data passed through the computers of Google and Yahoo, the two biggest companies in the world with regards to overall Internet traffic, and in turn allowed those country’s governments and likely their allies access to hundreds of millions of user accounts from individuals around the world.
From undisclosed interception points, the NSA and GCHQ are copying entire data flows across fiber-optic cables that carry information between the data centers of the Silicon Valley giants,” the Post’s Barton Gellman and Ashkan Soltani reported on Wednesday.
The document providing evidence of such was among the trove of files supplied by Mr. Snowden and is dated January 9, 2013, making it among the most recent top-secret files attributed to the 30-year-old whistleblower.

Eradicating the Faith Virus

A Conversation with Peter Boghossian
SM: Stefan Molyneux and Peter Boghossian discuss the new book "A Manual for Creating Atheists" and the steps that can be taken to eradicate the faith virus.

How Police, Military and Sovereigns Are Tooling Up For Disorder

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By John Ward: Some things economic may be slowing down in China, but one outfit doing very well is the Hongmen company in Guangdong Province. Hongmen makes a range of crowd-control products, absolutely vital if one is to embrace the peace-loving free market mentality of neoliberalist capitalism in total….and keep anyone keen on expressing an opinion firmly in one place. Founded in 1997, the gate manufacturer has over 2,000 employees including 30 engineers. It’s also innovative, with over 150 patents to its name.
hongmen2Its biggest-selling line is the aptly named Controlgate, in that it sounds like a secret tool used by fascist freaks, and is exactly that: an expandable fence of gates that (says the blurb) “enhances your options for the best crowd control”.
craigWBut the actual product design was dreamed up by Craig Winton (left) of Winton Custom Controls, a Canadian company. Craig says he has ‘an ongoing commitment and passion for ongoing development of new gate features and designs and constantly seeks out new market sectors for its products.’ I’m sure his passion will keep ongoing, and I’m equally certain that, given what’s coming, he’s onto a winner here.
There’s a large subsidiary, for instance, based in Glasgow

The Secret Plans For London - Why The Financial Crisis Has In Reality Been A Financial Revolution

The financial crisis through which we have all suffered (by 'we' I mean the ordinary man and woman), will turn out to have been less of a crisis and more of a revolution.

Ironically, if you have been in a well-paying job, in banking, consulting, IT, head hunting, recruitment, or any of the adjunct functions which serve the City and the financial sector; or you have been in the professional classes, the law, auditing and accounting; or the tame and timid regulatory agencies, the financial crisis has not really caused much damage to you in the longer term.

Chinese Street Food Made From 'Gutter Oil'

china slop gutter oilBy Mamta Badkar: The next time you consider eating Chinese street food you might think twice.
The use of gutter oil it turns out is pretty common. This refers to a process of pulling waste oil from sewers, grease traps, waste from slaughterhouses, reprocessing it and then selling it as cooking oil.
These screenshots from a Radio Free Asia (RFA) video via Max Fisher at The Washington Post show a woman in Shenzhen pulling "slop" from a gutter.
The "slop" then ends up in "processing" plants where it is processed with other animal fat through filtration or boiling.
The oil eventually make its way to "street vendors and hole-in-the-wall restaurants" that use it as "recycled cooking oil." Watch the entire video below:

Misandry: The End Game

Iain Duncan Smith is illegal and evil + Jeremy Hunt is illegal - The BBC Sucks O Cock News

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Feminazi: Gone with Jaclyn’s wind - Male victims have been taken off the grid

By Preamble: In the midst of the stirring tornado of ABC’s pending 20/20 article on A Voice For Men, Paul Elam, and the Men’s Human Rights Movement (MHRM), feminist Jaclyn Friedman, who was also interviewed by the ABC show, blew in on the coat tails of a Daily Beast article to weigh in on the subject of how she has been digesting events.
In Jaclyn’s habitat, there is a foul and ominous odour beneath the sheets. Since, according to her, the MHRM are all dogs, it is easiest just to blame the stench on them.
There are many canards in the coal mine of Jaclyn’s article about the MHRM that quite quickly die of gas. She starts by declaring that “the rise of men’s rights activists is hurting women – and men.” The next trouser trumpet is her insistence that the MHRM is an attack of men against women, and she finishes with a melodramatic avowal to “make a peaceful human chain to blunt [our] hate and counter it with love.”
Above all else, Jaclyn emotes that the most “particularly insidious” thing the MHRM does is what she calls a “canny co-optation of social justice lingo.” Yes, there are scary men out there who are… gasp… using words! And, according to her, they’ve stolen these words from women.
Jaclyn’s difficulty in accepting that men are permitted to use a dictionary is meant to cause us concern. The MHRM’s terrifying ability to use words effectively even caused The Daily Beast to “[paint us] as a legitimate movement.” Oh, the horrors.

Man buys $27 of bitcoin, forgets about them, finds they're now worth $886k

Norwegian man discovers $27 bitcoin investment now worth more than enough to buy a flatThe meteoric rise in bitcoin has meant that within the space of four years, one Norwegian man’s $27 investment turned into a forgotten $886,000 windfall.
Kristoffer Koch invested 150 kroner ($26.60) in 5,000 bitcoins in 2009, after discovering them during the course of writing a thesis on encryption. He promptly forgot about them until widespread media coverage of the anonymous, decentralised, peer-to-peer digital currency in April 2013 jogged his memory.
Bitcoins are stored in encrypted wallets secured with a private key, something Koch had forgotten. After eventually working out what the password could be, Koch got a pleasant surprise: 
"It said I had 5,000 bitcoins in there. Measuring that in today's rates it's about NOK5m ($886,000)," Koch told NRK.

Silk Road fluctuations

In April 2013, the value of bitcoin peaked at $266 before crashing to a low of $50 soon after. Since then, bitcoin has seen large fluctuations in its value, most recently following the seizure of online drugs marketplace Silk Road, plummeting before jumping $30 in one day to a high of $197 in October.
Koch exchanged one fifth of his 5,000 bitcoins, generating enough kroner to buy an apartment in Toyen, one of the Norwegian capital’s wealthier areas.