22 Jan 2014

A Voice for Men Interview with Janice Fiamengo

Paul Elam: "..invited to speak about the challenges facing boys and young men, the way they are being left behind in our society." Janice Fiamengo.

OMFG!! The UK Unemployment Figures Are Rigged - The BBC Sucks O Cocks News

The artist taxi driver
"The government is growing an army of fucking slaves, and we rejoice in the fucking headline, 'unemployment is down.' It's not! ...How can you work for no pay, what does that even mean, how does that constitute a fucking job?"

The Dumbest Thing Ever Said About Weed

The Young Turks: "On Tuesday, Nancy Grace claimed that people on marijuana shoot, stab and strangle each other, and that children shouldn't bear witness to their parents drinking soda...".* Cenk Uygur and John Iadarola (host of TYT University and Common Room) break it down.

Britain's Recovery Is A Sham!

Saxo Bank: There was more good news for the UK economy this morning; the unemployment rate dropped to 7.1% during the three months to December - the biggest ever quarterly increase in employment. This follows the IMF this week raising its (admittedkly terrible track record-based) forecast for the UK economy; it now expects it to grow 2.4% this year which is faster than any other major European economy. Nick Beecroft, Chairman of Saxo Capital Markets UK, is “optimistic” about Britain’s recovery, but has three concerns...
1. The recovery is too dependent on consumer spending. Nick says that in order to feel "really" comfortable about the recovery, he would like to see growth in business investment as well as consumer spending.

2. The pound is too strong. Nick says sterling, which is at a five year hjigh against the dollar, is getting too strong for the sake of the recovery. The Bank of England is now starting to get concerned about it too. Nick warns there could even be more strength to come, unless we see an adaptation of forward guidance.
Furthermore, as Bloomberg notes, the pound, despite all the rhetoric from the Bank of England, is now almost 2% (on a trade-weighted basis) higher than when the Bank of England said last month that further gains would endanger the economy.

‘Newsnight’ Piece On Domestic Violence Was In Breach Of 50+ BBC Guidelines - J4MB Official Complaint To The RadFem BBC

By The BBC has a long track record of following feminist and other left-wing narratives, and a glaring example is their coverage of domestic abuse/violence (‘DA’). For many years the BBC’s narratives have been solely – or almost solely – about female victims and male perpetrators, despite an overwhelming body of evidence showing that women are often perpetrators of DA, and men often victims. There are occasional balancing pieces, including this one on (surprisingly) Woman’s Hour, on 10 October 2013:
While such pieces exist, they’re rare – Woman’s Hour generally follows feminist narratives, as we’d expect. Other high-audience BBC programmes which are even keener on following those narratives includes the flagship news programmes Today and Newsnight. A particularly bad example on the Newsnight episode of 5 April 2013:

Africa: Hello Bitcoin, Goodbye Western Union? The Future Of Remittance Could Be Digital

AllAfrica: For African migrants, sending money back home comes at a high cost: they spend an average of 12.4 percent on transfer fees. Bitcoin entrepreneurs are now coming up with clever ways of bringing the cost of remittance down, all the way to zero. A risky endeavor or a smart fix?
Shaun Matsheza has gone through the process every month for over five years, ever since he came to the Netherlands. Armed with cash and a customer card, he shows up at Western Union's bright yellow desk to send money back home to Zimbabwe. The cost to do so is high: on average, about 15 percent of the total money transaction. "And if something suddenly arises, and my family needs 40 euros or so, I have to pay the minimum fee of 17 euros," says Matsheza, who is a journalist for Radio Netherlands Worldwide. "It can be ridiculous."
At the other end of the transaction, the process is not very convenient either. After Matsheza sends his mother a secret code, she or a sibling travels about half an hour into town to collect the money at the nearest Western Union agency.
Matsheza and his family are far from alone in acting out this monthly ritual. In fact, millions of people across the world do the same. Their mundane motions fuel the global economy; according to the World Bank, countries in Sub-Saharan Africa will receive 44 billion euros in remittance this year alone, which makes it one of the largest sources of income, far exceeding foreign aid.

MGTOW: WOMEN ONLY Restaurants + Our Mission Is To Wreck Feminism + Feminism - A Rat in a Corner

Sandman: It seems like Women only restaurants have been popping up everywhere in the last couple of years. They now have them in London, England, Dubai, China, Las Vegas.

Brave New World Revisited…Key Excerpts and MK's Summary

Under the relentless thrust of accelerating over-population and increasing over-organization, and by means of ever more effective methods of mind-manipulation, the democracies will change their nature; the quaint old formselections, parliaments, Supreme Courts and all the restwill remain. The underlying substance will be a new kind of non-violent totalitarianism. All the traditional names, all the hallowed slogans will remain exactly what they were in the good old days. Democracy and freedom will be the theme of every broadcast and editorialbut Democracy and freedom in a strictly Pickwickian sense. Meanwhile the ruling oligarchy and its highly trained elite of soldiers, policemen, thought-manufacturers and mind-manipulators will quietly run the show as they see fit. 
- Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited, published 1958
By Michael Krieger: It’s always felt a bit bizarre and, indeed slightly embarrassing, that of all the books I have read in my days, Aldous Huxley’s 1932 classic Brave New World was not amongst them. Not only is the book frequently mentioned to make political and social statements about contemporary times, the novel’s concept always caught my interest. I just never got around reading it. Until late last year. I loved this book and was very pleasantly surprised.

Feminism: A Disease of Right and Left + Andrea Cardosa And Jamie X

"Nowadays any one who protests against injustice to men in the interests of women is either abused as an unfeeling brute or sneered at as a crank. Perhaps in that day of a future society, my protest may be unearthed by some enterprising archaeological inquirer, and used as evidence that the question was already burning at the end of the nineteenth century. – E. B. Bax
By : All parties, all sorts and conditions of politicians, from the fashionable and Conservative west-end philanthropist to the Radical working-men’s clubbite, seem (or seemed until lately) to have come to an unanimous conclusion on one point – to wit, that the female sex is grievously groaning under the weight of male oppression. Editors of newspapers, keen to scent out every drift of public fancy with the object of regaling their “constant readers” with what is tickling to their palates, will greedily print, in prominent positions and in large type letters expressive of the view in question, whilst they will boycott or, at best, publish in obscure corners any communication that ventures to criticise the popular theory or that adduces facts that tell against it.
Were I to pen an impassioned diatribe, tending to prove the villainy of man towards woman, and painting in glowing terms the poor, weak victim of his despotism, my description would be received with sympathetic approval. Not so, I fear, my simple statement of the unvarnished truth.

Top 1% Has 65 Times More Wealth Than The Bottom Half And The Global Elite Like It That Way

By Michael Snyder: Did you know that the 85 richest people in the world have about as much wealth as the poorest 50% of the entire global population does?  In other words, 85 extremely wealthy individuals have about as much wealth as the poorest 3,500,000,000 do.  This shocking statistic comes from a new report on global poverty by Oxfam.  And actually Oxfam's report probably significantly underestimates the true scope of the problem, because Oxfam relies on publicly reported numbers.  At the very top of the food chain, the global elite are masters at hiding their wealth.  In fact, as I have written about previously, the global elite have approximately 32 trillion dollars (that we know about) stashed in offshore banks around the world.  That would be about enough to pay off the entire U.S. national debt and buy every good and service produced in the United States for an entire year.  These elitists live on an entirely different planet than the rest of us do.  In fact, according to Oxfam, the richest one percent of the global population has 65 times more wealth than the bottom half of the global population combined.

Banksters: Alex Schaefer's Public Comment On JP Morgan Chase

alex schaefer: LA artist Alex Schaefer commends city councilman Gil Cedillo for being the only politician in America right now standing up and speaking the truth about JPMorgan Chase Too Big To Fail Bank and their crooked practices

I Need Feminist Thought Police Because I Am A Raving Lunatic And A Fragile Flower