13 Jan 2015

Iggy Azalea Is Popular And Black Men Are To Blame

By : Black feminist Professor Brittney Cooper gets her mean-girl panties on for Iggy Azalea, and it’s almost amusing to watch the contortions she goes through to blame Black men for what she perceives as a problem with “cultural appropriation”.  Black men are appropriating black culture?
Yeah, let’s investigate the Professor’s logic.

Recently, my nine year-old nephew came running into the room, eager to find a seat to watch a performance by Iggy Azalea on an awards show. He sat, enraptured by her performance, yelling, “Iggy!” utterly oblivious to the look of chagrin and dismay on my face, as I, too, tuned in to watch this white girl from Australia, turned ATL-style rapper, caricature everything I love about Southern Hip Hop.
And right out of the starting gate, Cooper goes on a sulk and demands that everyone, including children respond to her feelz! She was chagrined, people! Dismayed! And the boy did not drop everything to assuage her hurtz. Little bastard. He was just enjoying some music. Can’t have that now, can we?

Feminists Love Statistics - The Real Sexual Assault And Violence Statistics In Australia

By Feminists love statistics. This started as an argument on the internet. I had commented on a November 13, 2014 article[1] in the Sydney Morning Herald, which quoted the Australian Labor politician and then opposition MP Tanya Plibersek on why she is a feminist. The piece did not mention it, but it was clear that it was in response to an earlier statement by the contemporary Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, asserting that she is not a feminist[2] and was generally in the spirit of the tit-for-tat style of Australian politics. They were the usual things one hears from feminists; that it’s a challenge to have both kids and a career, but that feminism helps. The pay gap. The 1 in 5 women “thing.”
…At that statement, I paused, having not come across that statistic here, I thought it originated from an infamous American college campus rape study, unproven to apply in Australia. I thought so, because it sounded similar, but upon rereading the article I noticed that it was a slightly different statement:
“I am a feminist because I know it’s unacceptable that one in every five Australian women will experience sexual assault and one in every three Australian women will experience domestic violence in their lifetimes.”
The person I was arguing with was very kind to point out where this figure might have come from and that is how I became acquainted with the Australian Bureau of Statistics Personal Safety Study.

Turkish President's Stunning Outburst: The French Are Behind The Charlie Hebdo Massacre; Mossad Blamed

Tyler Durden's picture It was less than 48 hours ago when Turkey’s prime minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, joined millions marching in Paris to pay tribute to the 17 people killed by ISIS-supporting extremists. Then, almost the moment he got back, things changed, and as the FT politely paraphrases what transpired, the "country’s president struck a much more confrontational tone." That's one way of putting it. Another is that the former PM and current president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, of NATO-member Turkey did the unthinkable: accused the west, and French citizens in particular, of staging the Charlie Hebdo murder in order to blame Muslims, even as the mayor of Ankara said "Mossad is definitely behind such incidents . . . it is boosting enmity towards Islam."
"The duplicity of the west is obvious,” Recep Tayyip Erdogan said at a press conference on Monday evening. “As Muslims we have never sided with terror or massacres: racism, hate speech, Islamophobia are behind these massacres.”
His punchline: "The culprits are clear: French citizens undertook this massacre and Muslims were blamed for it,” he added.

Political Tsunami Awaits Apartheid JSIL (Israel) In 2015: Report

JSIL's (Israel’s) Foreign Ministry has warned that the genocidal Tel Aviv regime is in for a "political tsunami" in 2015 in its diplomacy particularly with regard to the much-awaited recognition of the Palestinian state.
Orwellian UK BANNED Press TV: According to a classified document released by Israel’s Foreign Ministry on Tuesday, the current year will be the worst for the Zionist regime in terms of political pressure.
The document, bearing the signature of the ministry's deputy director general for coordination, Gilad Cohen, warns that a political tsunami is awaiting JSIL in 2015 especially with regards to the European countries’ increasing willingness to recognize the state of Palestine.
The document has also cited the ongoing campaign for the boycott of business with Israel as a real cause of concern for the regime, warning that the rise of far-right and extreme leftist political parties in Europe will spell an end to the European countries’ honeymoon with JSIL.
It has also expressed serious concern about the United States’ potential endorsement of the Palestinian bid for statehood at the United Nations Security Council.

Feminist Rebecca Watson Does Cersei + MGTOW Arguments: Polygamy + MGTOW Thought: Women In Low Level Politics

"I explain Cersei to Rebecca; because she is too stupid to get it." M

Lessons From Paris

By Ron Paul: After the tragic shooting at a provocative magazine in Paris last week, I pointed out that given the foreign policy positions of France we must consider blowback as a factor. Those who do not understand blowback made the ridiculous claim that I was excusing the attack or even blaming the victims. Not at all, as I abhor the initiation of force. The police blaming victims when they search for the motive of a criminal.
The mainstream media immediately decided that the shooting was an attack on free speech. Many in the US preferred this version of “they hate us because we are free,” which is the claim that President Bush made after 9/11. They expressed solidarity with the French and vowed to fight for free speech. But have these people not noticed that the First Amendment is routinely violated by the US government? President Obama has used the Espionage Act more than all previous administrations combined to silence and imprison whistleblowers. Where are the protests? Where are protesters demanding the release of John Kiriakou, who blew the whistle on the CIA use of waterboarding and other torture? The whistleblower went to prison while the torturers will not be prosecuted. No protests.

Britain’s “War on Terror” Insanity Continues – David Cameron Declares War on Encryption

Are we going to allow a means of communications which it simply isn’t possible to read? My answer to that question is: No, we must not.”
– UK Prime Minister David Cameron 
"I’m not interested in this civil liberties stuff. If they’re a threat, I want their emails and calls listened to.”
– London Mayor Boris Johnson
By Michael Krieger: When it comes to the “war on terror,” the United Kingdom embraces a unique form of paranoia and hatred for civil liberties that leaves pretty much all other Western nations in the dust. Although it isn’t the country in which I reside, the extraordinarily close diplomatic ties between the U.S. and the UK results in my paying particular attention to what transpires over in Albion. I highlighted Britain’s most recent example of terror fear-mongering in the post, The War on Toddler TerroristsBritain Wants to Force Nursery School Teachers to Identify ExtremistChildren. Yes, it’s exactly as absurd as it sounds. Here’s an excerpt: 
Nursery school staff and registered childminders must report toddlers at risk of becoming terrorists, under counter-terrorism measures proposed by the Government.

Boom Goes The Dynamite: The Crashing Price Of Oil Is Going To Rip The Global Economy To Shreds

By Michael Snyder: If you were waiting for a “black swan event” to come along and devastate the global economy, you don’t have to wait any longer.  As I write this, the price of U.S. oil is sitting at $45.76 a barrel.  It has fallen by more than 60 dollars a barrel since June.  There is only one other time in history when we have seen anything like this happen before.  That was in 2008, just prior to the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression.  But following the financial crisis of 2008, the price of oil rebounded fairly rapidly.  As you will see below, there are very strong reasons to believe that it will not happen this time.  And the longer the price of oil stays this low, the worse our problems are going to get.  At a price of less than $50 a barrel, it is just a matter of time before we see a huge wave of energy company bankruptcies, massive job losses, a junk bond crash followed by a stock market crash, and a crisis in commodity derivatives unlike anything that we have ever seen before.  So let’s hope that a very unlikely miracle happens and the price of oil rebounds substantially in the months ahead.  Because if not, the price of oil is going to absolutely rip the global economy to shreds.

The Government’s Impact Assessment On Strengthening The Law On Domestic Abuse

By Mike Buchanan: Our thanks to N for pointing us towards this, the government’s Impact Assessment on the Home Office’s plans to strengthenthe law on domestic abuse. Unusually for such an important government document, it’s been released a PDF. It will surely be a wake-up call for anyone still suffering from the delusion that strengthening the law on domestic abuse may benefit men. In practice it will simply extent the grounds on which malicious women can hound partners – and former partners, as we’ll see – in line with their judgments of ‘abuse’ (whether real, imagined, or invented). Many jobs will be created in the domestic violence industry ‘educating’ women about coercive control – well, you didn’t think Women’s Aid were working with the Home Office for altruistic reasons, did you?
We publicly challenged Theresa May MP, Home Secretary, to cancel the feminist-driven consultation exercise here – and later submitted a 154-page report showing what’s long been known by researchers about the subject of domestic abuse / violence, outlining the anti-male bias of public bodies and individual politicians (including Theresa May MP, Home Secretary, and Yvette Cooper MP, Shadow Home Secretary) as well as people in public bodies including Alison Saunders, Director of Public Prosecutions, the radical feminist head of the Crime Prosecution Service. We had acknowledgements of the receipt of both documents, but no responses, substantive or otherwise.
Public accountability is a fine thing.

The Truth About The Gender Pay Gap

The gender pay gap is the difference between male and female earnings overall. It is generally suggested that the wage gap is due to a variety of causes, such as discrimination in hiring, differences in education choices and discrimination in salary negotiations. What is the truth about the gender pay gap? Stefan Molyneux


Stefan Molyneux: After the Charlie Hebdo Terrorist Attack in Paris, France - will it be possible to finally have an honest conversation about multiculturalism? There has been a call to "Unify the Republic" against terrorism at all costs - but due to the emotional sensitivity of this question - will the challenges of multiculturalism go unspoken? What is really on the line for the planet as a whole?

Je Ne Suis Pas Charlie + FreeDumb Song + Anti Fascist Cartoons

Free speech Rant
"Death to the royalty. Let's rise up against all our land owning tyrants, string them up from lampposts and take back the land that is our birth right! ...It's not murder, it's national security! Yeah, let's national security those niggers to death, then we'll national security some hippies to death!"