5 Dec 2014

Russia Has Western Enemies, Not Partners

By Paul Craig Roberts: The US House of Representatives has joined Hillary Clinton, Obama, the neoconservatives, Washington’s vassals, and the American and European presstitutes in demonizing Russia and President Putin. The House resolution against Russia is a packet of lies, but that did not stop the resolution from passing by a vote of 411 for and 10 against. 
The entire world should take note that the American people are capable of electing only ten intelligent representatives. Ten people out of 435 is 2 percent. And yet Washington declares itself to be the “exceptional,” “indispensable” country empowered to exercise hegemony over the world! 
No one should be surprised to see Washington, its presstitutes and European vassal states using the same propagandistic lies against Russia and Putin as were used against Iraq and Saddam Hussein, Libya and Gaddafi, Syria and Assad, Afghanistan and the Taliban, and Iran. Washington is fearful of the rise of Russia and China, of the leadership demonstrated by Vladimir Putin, of the formation of new organizations independent of Washington, such as the BRICS. While the George W. Bush regime was sidetracked by its “six week, $70 billion war,” which turned out to be, so far, a multi-trillion dollar 13-year losing operation, Putin kicked out some of the American agents who were contaminating Russian sovereignty and rebuilt the country.

MHRM Inquiry To Twitter Management

By In the past few months I’ve seen some discussion on the exploitation of vulnerable aspects of Twitter’s rules by social justice warriors to silence political dissent by using bots to mass-block or mass-report so dissenters’ accounts would be suspended. On October 29, I emailed press@twitter.com with questions, explaining my intent behind the request. I wanted to be upfront about the fact that this was for an article to ensure that their reply would consist of information they wanted known. My email:

Recent trends in some groups’ tweets have included referencing the option included in the “block or report” menu to report another user for content that is “Generally offensive, disrespectful or in disagreement with my opinion.” Some users are touting that option as a means to silence political dissent. This sounded unlike a social site policy, and led me to look further into the reporting options.
Further investigation has only led to more questions, including questions about other options for reporting. The help bubble for that option says “Twitter does not screen content and does not remove potentially offensive content unless such content is in violation of the Twitter Rules and Terms of Service,” so I have read those.
Some of the twitter rules have wording which could be subject to broad interpretation and potential abuse. I’m writing to request clarification, as I am considering an article. My current focus is communication, harassment, censorship, and how twitter’s rules affect engagement between users in relation to political and other potentially controversial discussions. Any information I receive in response to these questions will contribute to that article.

An Introduction To Sophistry

Stefan Molyneux discusses the history of sophistry – why it is the direct opposite of philosophy, how to identify sophistry and the dangers it brings the modern world. soph•ist•ry - the use of fallacious arguments, especially with the intention of deceiving.

Gladio B And The Battle For Eurasia - From Cyprus To China

corbettreport: ‘Operation Gladio B’--the continuation of the old NATO Gladio program--covers a tangled web of covert operatives, billionaire Imams, drug running, prison breaks and terror strikes. Its goal: the destabilization of Central Asia and the Caucasus. In this presentation to Studium Generale in Groningen on November 19, 2014, James Corbett lifts the lid on this operation, its covert operatives, and the secret battle for the Eurasian heartland.

Eric Garner Killed Because Of Cigarette Taxes By JSIL Trained US Cops?

Julie Borowski: My thoughts on Ferguson/Michael Brown and Eric Garner. Was it excessive force? Who should be blamed? Are the laws messed up? And more.

The Most Horrifying Music Video You’ll Ever See - A Country Song Dedicated To Tripoli/Hitlery/Hilary Clinton

This has to be a joke.
I don’t think this is a joke.
Please, someone tell me this is a joke.
Brace your ears for an unbridled musical holocaust. This is essentially the American equivalent of Putin riding a horse bare-chested.
Smart move by the creator to disable the likes, dislikes and the comment section.
In Liberty, Michael Krieger

Borrando A Papá (Deleting/Erasing Dad) - A Parental Alienation Documentary Review

By : A few weeks ago, the Argentinean documentary Borrando a Papá (Erasing Dad) was released on the Internet. I’ve been waiting to get a chance to see this full-feature documentary for roughly two months since I read on AVfM’s Voice of Europe radio program that the feminists tried really, really hard to get this documentary censored in that country.
My gut feeling always tells me that if something is heavily censored or frowned upon by a totalitarian authority, then it clearly must be on to something and that particular work needs to be read/seen as soon as possible. And Borrando a Papá didn’t disappoint—on the contrary, it turned out to be far better than I could’ve expected. And herein lies the paradox that bothers me—the fact that it’s such a good documentary means that it made me sick watching it …
Borrando a Papá shows the full misery that Argentinean fathers and children are going through at the hands of the Argentinean state, whose policies are being enforced by ideologues with a terribly warped worldview.
Seeing the movie also made me understand why the feminists wanted so badly to keep this documentary away from the Argentine public. The filmmakers managed to catch on tape various ideologues bragging smilingly about how they mistreat fathers or how they thought that a mother murdering her six-year-old sonto fuck up the father (her exact words!) are not an indication of a misguided system, even though the father had complained officially about the problem for at least three months before the event.

What's The Point Of The News?

Russell Brand: Comments edition in which we get to communicate. Subjects from the week's news and Trews include The Sun, Snidegate, 10 Downing St, TTIP, capitalism, dictators, Blackadder, The Smurfs, favourite toilet papers and my bedroom walls.

Fight Breaks Out In Parliament When Ukraine Learns It Has Quietly Become The Newest US State

  It appears not all the government members approve of the new foreign-born members of the Ukraine parliament... as this fight just broke out...
And the result when other members discovered this...
The fight occurred after the majority of people's deputies supported the draft resolution on the appointment of the number of (foreign) members of parliamentary committees.
After the vote, the People's Deputy Vladimir Parasyuk began requiring word in explanation of vote, but the chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Volodymyr Groisman refused it...
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We don't blame them for wanting to know how they just became the newest US State...

The MHRM: Dan And Justin

Dannyboy CdnMRA: Interviewing Justin Trottier from CAFE / Centre for Men and Their Families.

UK Police Assault Protesting Students

punched, pushed onto the floor, dragged, rammed by their throat into the wall and kneed in the face,”
A sit-in by British students protesting against soaring tuition fees in Warwick has turned violent following a police assault on the students.
Orwellian UK BANNED Press TV: As many as 50 students participated in the protest, which was organized at Warwick University by campaign group Warwick For Free Education on Wednesday as part of nationwide demonstrations by the National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts.
Clashes erupted after West Midlands police officers arrived at the scene of the protest at the university’s Senate House.

Dutch Gold Repatriation

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert are joined by Liam Halligan of Business New Europe (www.bne.eu) to discuss Martin Wolf’s analytical article in the Financial Times about the “radical measures” needed to combat our “unusual economic ills.” They also discuss Max’s response, published as the lead “Letters” item in the FT. In the second half, Max interviews Chris Powell of GATA about the failed Swiss Gold Initiative, the successful Dutch repatriation of 122 tons of gold and about the negative GOFO rates in the gold market.