8 Dec 2013

CPS Whistleblower Exposes Family Court's War Against Fathers + Why Fish Hate Feminism + Stale Baloney: Crackpot Feminist Extraordinaire

carlos morales: Former Child Protective Services Investigator, Carlos Morales, and father's advocate, Eric Dearman, discuss family court's bias against fathers which leads the deterioration of the family unit and children as a whole.

Stop Harassment + HiDine, The Place To Meet Your Future Gold Digger

RazorBladeKandy2: A cartoon about two women that experience sexual harassment and gender specific cyber bullying.

Male Birth Control Pill Is On The Horizon

RT: Women have been using the birth control pill as an oral contraceptive to prevent pregnancy since 1960. Men have had to turn to contraceptives like condoms or more permanent means, like vasectomies, to prevent pregnancies. But that may be changing. Researchers at a university in Australia say they may be close to developing a male oral contraceptive.

Highest Radiation Level Ever, Lethal In 20 Minutes, Recorded Outside Fukushima Reactor

With all the excitement about Japan's soaring stock market (if plunging wages), crashing non-digital currency (leading to soaring energy prices), recent passage of an arbitrary secrecy bill ("Designed by Kafka & Inspired By Hitler"), and ongoing territorial spat with China, it is almost as if the Abe administration is desperately doing everything in its power, including some of the most ridiculous decisions taken by a government in recent history, to hide some key development behind the scenes. Such as this one perhaps: NHK reported today that TEPCO said radiation levels are extremely high in an area near a ventilation pipe at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. TEPCO found radiation of 25 sieverts an hour on a duct, which connects reactor buildings and the 120-meter-tall ventilation pipe.
Putting this number in context the estimated radiation level is the highest ever detected outside reactor buildings. People exposed to this level of radiation would die within 20 minutes.

BOO - Ghost Of 1929 Crash Reappears

By Anthony MIrhaydari: They say those who forget the lessons of history are doomed to repeat them. As a student of market history, I’ve seen that maxim made true time and again. The cycle swings fear back to greed. The overcautious become the overzealous. And at the top, the story is always the same: Too much credit, too much speculation, the suspension of disbelief, and the spread of the idea that this time is different.

The Male Pill: Pros & Cons

By Peter Lloyd, whose work I greatly admire, recently posted an article hailing the male pill in response to a ridiculous article by Tom Sykes who views the pill as an assault on masculinity. Neither writer seems to have seen the big picture.
Sykes believes that the pill will be different psychologically for men than women because men do not “live in fear of getting pregnant.” Because of this, men won’t take the pill. Instead they will view it as an attack on their manhood, because manhood is tied to potency. He cites the small number of British men who get sterilized as evidence in support of his position. This might be a valid argument except for a couple of points.

My Friend is a Psychopath!

Stefan Molyneux: I think my friend is a psychopath, the origin of god, projecting your subconscious onto a higher power, introversion/extroversion explained, determinism, speaking to a computer, spiritual experiences and using smart drugs.

OMFG!! UK MPs 11% pay rise???? - The BBC Sucks O Cocks News

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The State Causes the Poverty It Later Claims to Solve - Ludwig von Mises Institute

By : If one looks at the current paper money system and its negative social and social-political effects, the question must arise: where are the protests by the supporters and protectors of social justice? Why don’t we hear calls to protest from politicians and social commentators, from the heads of social welfare agencies and leading religious leaders, who all promote the general welfare as their mission?
Presumably, the answer is that many have only a weak understanding of the role of money in an economy with a division of labor, and for that reason, the consequences of today’s paper money system are being widely overlooked.

UN Rappporteur To "Investigate" NSA / GCHQ Agency Spying

corbettreport: A senior UN counter-terrorism official is to assess Edward Snowden's revelations that US and British intelligence agencies are using specific software to retain and monitor telephone conversations, e-mails, and text messages.

Sweden Engaged With USA In Industrial Espionage Against Russia + No Charges Ever Pressed: Assange Marks Three Years Of UK Detention

The West is very hypocritical about industrial espionage, in particular constantly accusing China of breaking the international laws by spying on Western companies “And yet here you find the United States and its closest allies in the espionage world, including Sweden, doing exactly that which they have long vehemently accused China of doing and have rigorously condemned over and over,” Greenwald
weden's National Defence Radio Establishment (FRA) at Lovon in Stockholm. (Photo from wikimapia.org)RT: Sweden's intelligence agency has not only spied on Russian leadership, sharing intelligence with the NSA, but also apparently engaged in industrial espionage against business targets such as Russia’s energy companies, Sveriges Television reports.
According to a wire, obtained by Swedish TV program ‘Mission: Investigate’, Sweden's National Defense Radio Establishment (FRA) shared intelligence on Russia with Washington.

“Thank Sweden for its continued work on the Russian target, and underscore the primary role that FRA plays as a leading partner to work the Russian Target, including Russian leadership, ENERGY, … and … counterintelligence,”
NSA wire said,

Bitcoin Crashes, Loses Half Of Its Value In Two Days + Bitcoin less than oz of Palladium now

Tyler Durden's picture It was inevitable that a few short days after Wall Street lovingly embraced Bitcoin as their own, with analysts from Bank of America, Citigroup and others, not to mention the clueless momentum-chasing, peanut gallery vocally flip-flopping on the "currency" after hating it at $200 only to love it at $1200 that Bitcoin... would promptly crash. And crash it did: overnight, following previously reported news that China's Baidu would follow the PBOC in halting acceptance of Bitcoin payment, Bitcoin tumbled from a recent high of $1155 to an almost electronically destined "half-off" touching $576 hours ago, exactly 50% lower, on very heave volume, before a dead cat bounce levitated the currency back to the $800 range, where it may or may not stay much longer, especially if all those who jumped on the bandwagon at over $1000 on "get rich quick" hopes and dreams, only to see massive losses in their P&Ls decide they have had enough.
Which incidentally, like gold, is to be expected when one treats what is explicitly as a currency on its own merits in a world of dying fiat - with the appropriate much required patience - instead of as an asset, with delusions of grandure that some greater fool will pay more for it tomorrow than it is worth today. Sadly, in a world of HFT trading, patience is perhaps the most valuable commodity.