27 Dec 2014

Mike Buchanan's Discussion With Five Engineering Students At Brunel University

We've written at length about the iniquity of female MSc engineering students at Brunel University receiving sponsorships of £22,750 denied to their male counterparts. We've also written about Ieuan Morgan, a courageous third-year engineering student at the university. He challenged Laura Bates on live television about one of her lies, 'Over two women a week in the UK are being killed by partners or ex-partners'. So we were pleased when Ieuan accepted our suggestion to gather a number of his engineering student colleagues together for a discussion last Friday.

Rabbi Josef Antebi Exposing Zionists And Mossad Even After Being Tortured By Them! + Rabbi Dovid Weiss On Judaism, Israel And Zionism

Most people don't know, that many orthodox jews oppose Israel and the occupation of Palestine. These orthodox jews believe Zionism endangers peace on earth. One of them is Rabbi Josef Antebi (born in Hebron), who was tortured by Zionists.

How Does A Homeless Man Spend $100?

JoshPalerLin: I wasn't expecting to get this kind of footage... to be honest, I thought this video would be more an exposing homeless people video at first. But I'm so glad that I could witness and capture such a beautiful moment. This has to be one of the most amazing experience so far on this channel. I did not only just help a homeless man, but I actually met an incredible human being and a friend. We were following him for a couple miles for almost an hour or so. Later that day we took him out to eat and got him a hotel to stay. The more I talk to him, the more I sense how genuine he is.... I gave him my number and told him to call me when he needs help. This again proof that not all the homeless people are bad people. Never judge a book by its cover. One love! :)

Debate On “how should colleges handle sexual assault”

Via AVfM: Reason, facts, and fairness vs. ideology and bigotry: Wendy McElroy vs. Jessica Valenti:

2014: The Year Propaganda Came Of Age

By : From just about as early in my life as I can remember, growing up as a child in Holland, there were stories about World War II, and not just about Anne Frank and the huge amounts of people who, like her, had been dragged off to camps in eastern Europe never to come back, but also about the thousands who had risked their lives to hide Jewish and other refugees, and the scores who had been executed for doing so, often betrayed by their own neighbors.
And then there were those who had risked their lives in equally courageous ways to get news out to people, putting out newspapers and radio broadcasts just so there would be a version of events out there that was real, and not just what the Germans wanted one to believe. This happened in all Nazi – and Nazi friendly – occupied European nations. The courage of these people is hard to gauge for us today, and I’m convinced there’s no way to say whom amongst us would show that kind of bravery if we were put to the test; I certainly wouldn’t be sure about myself.
Still, without wanting to put myself anywhere near the level of those very very real heroes, please don’t get me wrong about that, that’s not what I mean, I was thinking about them with regards to what is happening in our media today. I’ve mentioned before that I don’t think Joseph Goebbels had anything on US and European media today.
That propaganda as a strategic and political instrument has been refined to a huge extent over the past 70-odd years since Goebbels first picked up on Freud’s lessons on how to influence the unconscious mind, and the ‘mass-mind’, as a way to ‘steer’ an entire people, not just as a means to make them buy detergent. These days, the media can make people believe just about anything, and they have the added benefit that they can pose as friends of the people, not the enemy.

Top 10 Reasons Women Aren't Funny

Feminism LOL: How dare I say women aren't funny just because it's true?


Christmas is a time to spend with family, but not everyone gets to do that. A short film from our past that shows exactly how hard this time of year can be to the alienated. Terrence Popp

The Propaganda Of Toxic Feminism Part 14

America Meets Ghost Of Christmas Future?

60 Prominent Germans Appeal Against Another War In Europe: "It Is Not About Putin. What Is At Stake Is Europe"

Tyler Durden's picture: Two weeks ago, as the S&P was preparing to surge on the latest round of all time high market-goosing algo trickery by the FOMC, 60 prominent German personalities from the realms of politics, economics, culture and the media were less concerned with blinking red and green stock quotes and were focused on something far more serious to the future of the world: the threat of war with Russia.
In a letter published by Germany's Die Zeit, numerous famous and respected Germans including a former president and former prime minister write "Wieder Krieg in Europa? Nicht in unserem Namen!", or, roughly translated, "War in Europe Again? Not in Our Names!"
The open letter to the German government, parliament, and media, excerpted here, was signed by more than 60 prominent German personalities and published in the weekly Die Zeit on Dec. 5. The initiators were Horst Teltschik (CDU), advisor to then-Chancellor Helmut Kohl at the time German of reunification; Walther Stützle (SPD), former Secretary of State for the Ministry of Defense; and Antje Vollmer (Greens), former Bundestag Vice President. Teltschik said, in motivating the appeal, “We are giving a political signal that the justified criticism of Russia’s Ukraine policy should not wipe out all the progress that we have made in the past 25 years in relations with Russia.”
Below is an excerpted translation (source) of the original letter found here.
Nobody wants war. But North America, the European Union, and Russia are inevitably driving towards war if they do not finally halt the disastrous spiral of threats and counter-threats. All Europeans, including Russia, are jointly responsible for peace and security. Only those who do not lose sight of this goal can avoid fatal actions.
The Ukraine conflict shows that the quest for power and domination has not been overcome.

Honey Badger Radio: Silent Lines Christmas 2014

"Invisible Feminist Concrete!"
HoneyBadgerRadio: Christmas day 2014 and New Years Day 2015 on Honey Badger Radio we’re opening the lines to you, our listeners, to call in.

If you’re feeling lonely or have something interesting to talk about, Karen, Rachel and Alison, will be available to take your call.

You can either call and talk on air or talk privately with us.