17 Sep 2014

Bankocratic Cultural Marxism v The Republic Of Bill

TruthRevoltOriginals: We all know what the Weenie Dictatorship looks like. But what if a Conservatarian could design his own, small-government society? What would it look like, and how would it work? Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the Republic of Bill.

Men's Rights: A Question Of Respect

By A question I heard out of context today kind of crystallized for me an aspect of the #GamerGate controversy, multiple men’s issues, and the difference in public response to incidents of domestic violence among famous people depending on whether the perceived perpetrator is male or female. Standing in a convenience store, listening to a woman complain about a man smelling like smoke, I groaned inwardly as she landed on what seems to have become an old standby for gals with something to complain about.
“What’s the matter with that guy? Doesn’t he respect women?”
Most of the time, when I hear that line, the woman saying it is using the word respect when she really means venerate.
Once upon a time, there was a tradeoff under which women earned special treatment. It was contingent on eschewing rough behaviors like heavy drinking, fighting, and sexual promiscuity. Women were presumed morally superior, and expected to live up to that. They were presumed gentler than men, and expected to live up to that as well. Even feminine aesthetics were about being something more special than a man, which is why women were and still are allowed the luxury of wearing clothing that restricts one’s ability to perform heavy or hard labor. In return for living up to those standards, women were entitled to certain concessions not afforded to men.

Winnie The Pooh, John The Baptist, Tonsils, Appendix And Foreskin

By What do Winnie-the-Pooh and John the Baptist have in common? (For your answer, see footnote 1.)
What do the tonsils and appendix have in common? Cutting both the tonsils and appendixes out of children was high fashion in the 1950s and 1960s. If a child had a history of too many sore throats, tonsils and adenoids were removed. If a child had a sore abdomen, the appendix was removed. “If in doubt, cut it out.” Tonsils and appendixes usually were removed because they were considered to be diseased. Sometimes, however, they were removed to prevent them from becoming diseased. People figured nature had made a careless error when adding tonsils and appendix to an otherwise brilliant machine.
Then it was discovered that the tonsils and appendix have important functions. It was discovered that they contribute to the valuable human immune system. A huge number of children who are now adults lost important parts of their bodies due to lack of knowledge and wisdom on the part of the medical profession. Tonsils and appendixes are now removed only in severe medical conditions.

The Social Justice Invasion Of Sci Fi - Badgerpod NerdCast

This week on badger pod nerd cast… the badgers discus the social justice invasion of science fiction and fantasy with special guest author John C. Wright
The social justice invasion
The SciFi fantasy genre has always been an interesting place. It is a place where stories new and old, weave tales that not only entertain, but teach us about ourselves as well as the world around us. It is a place of imagination where we can explore perspectives different from our own and view a portion of the universe in the eyes of another.

Children Need Their Fathers

BASSFZz: I guess a better title may have been, "Why do Children need their Parents," but oh well. XD

911 The Musical - Final Cut - No Graphic Content - No copyright :) The FKN Newz


Sterilize The Poor & Unemployed - US Politician

"...If you want to reproduce, get a job!"
Secular Talk: Arizona senate president who proposed the state’s controversial anti-immigration law said he could fix public assistance programs by forcibly sterilizing women who receive aid and by requiring drug tests for all recipients...

Feminists Say Video Games Are Sexist!

"...critics are concerned that gaming is a largely hetero-patriachal capitalist pursuit."
American Enterprise Institute: Are video games rife with sexism? And have you heard that most video gamers are now adult women—not teenage boys in the basement? A new study says so. Feminist tech writers have seized on the study as proof that the video industry has fallen behind the times: too many games, they say, perpetuate a culture of sexism and misogyny. 

When I took a look at the Entertainment Software Association study, I was a little surprised to find that yours truly, the Factual Feminist herself, counted as a gamer. I do not recall playing a video game since Pac-Man in a bar in Cambridge, Mass—in 1980.

Stefan Molyneux Hoisted With Own Petard By Friend. Has He The Balls?

"I admire Stefan's goals. ...I agree government has got to go. But. ...Stefan, my friend you have attempted to snow us." johntheother

Jewish War On Holy Russia

"It's a Jewish War on Holy Russia. America is just a bat in the hands of the Jews. Ukraine is another bat. Jews don't want peace. Ukraine is a failed state that's fuel for the fire stoking Jewish hatred of Russia. Why all this hate? There's a revival of the Orthodox church in Russia and it threatens Jewish plans... There is a war, it's a battle for the hearts of men!" Brother Nathanael

Why Cameron's Scared Of Scottish Divorce: Russell Brand The Trews

Russell Brand: Reaction to David Cameron's stark message to the people of Scotland that they would face a "painful divorce" from the rest of UK if they voted for independence in the referendum.

J4MB Publicly Challenges UK Radical Femi-Nazi MP, Home Secretary Theresa May

By : Theresa May, 58, was first elected as a (Conservative) Member of Parliament in the UK at the 1997 general election, the first of three consecutive elections won by the Labour party under Tony Blair. She’s spoken at the Fawcett Society – a radical feminist campaigning organization – about “promoting the cross-party issue of gender equality,” and was nominated as one of the Society’s “Inspiring Women of 2006.” She posed for a photograph wearing a Fawcett Society T-shirt bearing the logo, “This is what a feminist looks like” – here. Note the woman in the photograph next to Theresa May’s, in the top left hand corner – Tracey Emin, a talentless feminist ‘artist’ who holds the once-exalted position of Professor of Drawing at the Royal Academy. What desperate times we live in. I included a link to the photograph of Ms Emin in my book Feminism: the ugly truth, in a chapter with the title:

Are some feminists (e.g. Tracey Emin) a pain in the arts?
I digress. When a Conservative-led coalition took power in 2010, Theresa May was promoted to one of the top political posts in the UK – Home Secretary. Tellingly, she also held the position of Minister for Women and Equalities. In 2012 the latter post was passed to a particularly incompetent minister, Maria Miller, who was forced by public opinion to resign from the cabinet in 2014 because she’d over-claimed expenses, which the general public believed to have been a deliberate act of fraud.