20 Jan 2015

Mike Buchanan And Radical Feminist Beatrix - 'Bea' - Campbell

Mike Buchanan: Given the recent excruciatingly poor performances on live television of some of the most prominent younger feminists - which resulted in Special Snowflake and Caroline Criado-Perez (we really must give CC-P a nickname, ideas on a postcard, please) winning new 'Lying Feminist of the Month' awards - it may be that a new tactic is emerging, the feminist 'old guard' being wheeled out, although I had the pleasure of debating with Roz Hardie (another 'Lying Feminist of the Month' award winner) for 70 minutes on a leading Irish radio station last night. We hope to publish the piece in the next day or two, and tomorrow morning I'll be debating with another young radfem, who is that oddest of beings, a feminist 'comedienne'. Needless to say, she secures plenty of work from the BBC.

What 4th Amendment? Police Across The U.S. Are Using Radars To See Inside People’s Homes

By Michael Krieger: The intentional erosion of public privacy is no accident. It’s not merely a simplistically stupid overreaction to the dangerous world we live in either. It is a very deliberate and nefarious plan being intentionally implemented by the American oligarchy; i.e., the super rich and the super powerful. This is precisely why the establishment freaked out about the Edward Snowden revelations, and it is why every single minor event is immediately manipulated into an excuse to give the government and intelligence agencies more power.
While we already know a lot about the NSA’s unconstitutional and fascist policies when it comes to the web, the decimation of the 4th Amendment is also being eagerly practiced at a more local level by police departments across the country. USA Today published a very important article on this topic earlier today. Here are some excerpts:
WASHINGTON — At least 50 U.S. law enforcement agencies have secretly equipped their officers with radar devices that allow them to effectively peer through the walls of houses to see whether anyone is inside, a practice raising new concerns about the extent of government surveillance.

How The Bill Cosby Scandal Exposes Feminism For The Fraud That It Is! + It's Child Support NOT PAY-PER-VIEW!

"You can rob £1.5 million the people of USA, if you are a woman ...but if you get behind on child support you go to jail. ...Why do we treat women like they are retarded kids?" MrMadness Sotomayor

Mexico, Land Of Opportunity - Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert with Pablo Boullosa + Saxo Bank Warns "This Is The Endgame For Central Banks"

Aristotle trending, lands of opportunity and GM hiring. In the second half, Max interviews philosopher and television presenter, Pablo Boullosa, about the state of the Mexican economy and society and how to solve the ever-increasing drug violence.

JTO The Plagiarist

"I borrowed a couple of sentences from Jim Lobe. I didn't sight the source and therefore nothing I say should ever be considered again. I'm a very bad man and I'm terribly ashamed of myself. Or possibly, AVfM and particularly Paul Elam has been searching high and low for any plausible excuse to purge all my writing from the site and throw me under the bus." johntheother

Insider Reveals Collapse Timeline

"This [US] grand manipulation will be tested in 2015. ...Recently the French voted with the Palestinians. They took a position opposite to the US and Israeli position. ...You cow the French and bring them under your thumb. ...The effect of the [Hebdo] shooting is to undermine what was a growing European sympathy for the Palestinians. ...Also there was growing European opposition to the new war that Washington is genning up in the middle east against the Islamic state. Europeans have had enough of this."

Bill Cosby Is Innocent

"If you want to know what happens when you criticise the Democratic Party's voters, just check the current situation Bill Cosby finds himself in." 6oodfella

Look Who’s Dragging Down the Global Economy Though No One Is Allowed to Say it

By Wolf Richter: “A bit of inequality is good as it creates incentives for hard work and rewards entrepreneurship,” explained Mohamed El-Erian, Chief Economic Advisor of Allianz and former CEO of PIMCO. Lots of inequality is bad, disenfranchises segments of society, and erodes the social fabric,” he said, joining the chorus of voices that have been lamenting income and wealth inequality as an economic problem.
But none of these voices dare to mention the cause – though they all know it. And we just got numerical confirmation.
Hundreds of millions of people have been lifted out of abject poverty over the last two decades, mostly in Asia. In that respect, inequality has been reduced. But on a national level, “you get a different picture,” El-Erian said in the interview published on Monday:

Minor Crimes, Incl. Soft Drugs, Not Police Business - German Union

RT: German cops should be spared investigating minor crimes, to have more time for serious cases and terrorism, the country’s police union (DpolG) has said.
Among crimes that could forego police investigation are insults, property damage and using public transport without a ticket, according to DpolG’s vice-president Arnold Plickert.
Those misdemeanors could be treated as civil offences, he specified, arguing the same should apply to small amounts of soft drugs such as marijuana.
"We have to make it dependent on the case," Plickert told the Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung (WAZ) on Monday, saying that police should only be involved in cases of repeat offenders.
One of the reasons for narrowing down the scope of police activity is the growing challenge of terrorism. Another rationale is a wave of forced early retirements, which are significantly decreasing personnel numbers. 
Plickert indicated where police efforts would better be directed. He said the situation in some suburbs in the West German industrial Ruhr area was growing more and more tense, with foreign youth gangs warning police to stay away, saying: "Here we have the say, here no German law applies."
He compared the situation in the Ruhr to that in Berlin's southern Kreuzberg district, where racial tensions have been high for a while. The district’s Görlitzer Park has been notorious for drug dealing mostly carried out by immigrants.
Local authorities have even pondered the legalization of marijuana as a possible solution to the problem.

Misandric British Brainwashing Corp (BBC) And Lame-Stream Politics

This BBC charade shows how out of touch UK lame-stream media and politics have become. 
WD: Why is it legal to genitally mutilate baby boys but not girls? Why are men twice as likely to be charged for identical crimes and why do they get twice the prison time? Why such disproportionate support in favour of women when men are far more likely to suicide and die younger? The street vox is a reflection of the Lame-stream media brainwashing the population with feminism. What we see in this program is not only how radical feminism is defunct but how politics has also become defunct.

Europe Gets Cold Feet On “TTIP,” Americans Should Too, But Obama Needs It For His Legacy

'It is incomprehensible to me that the leaders of major corporate interests who stand to gain enormous financial benefits from this agreement are actively involved in the writing of the TPP while, at the same time, the elected officials of this country, representing the American people, have little or no knowledge as to what is in it.'
By Don Quijones: As almost always, the U.S. government and European Commission are on the same page, reading from the same script. This year they have one overriding goal in common: to create the world’s biggest “free” trade area by passing the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) into national and supranational law on both sides of the Atlantic.
To this end the White House is furiously lobbying Congress to grant it fast track authority for the passage of not only TTIP, but also TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership). It is to be Obama’s swansong legacy. And with the pro-“free” trade Republicans firmly back in control on the Hill, he’s almost certain to get what it wants.
As such, TPP and TTIP negotiations will likely remain closed off from the public until the deals are finalized, by which time it will already be too late: just as happened with the passage of NAFTA in 1994, a largely compliant Congress will sign along the dotted lines without questioning what they’re actually signing into existence.

Rita Panahi: Women Are More Equal Than Others

By Rita Panahi, of the Herald Sun, often writes articles critical of Feminists, which cheers me up every now and then. She complains of “the perpetually outraged sisterhood” and “the duplicitous hypocrisy of the feminist movement.”
One might think that I would endorse Panahi and her column as a must read for the Men’s Human Rights Movement (MHRM), and maybe I would have. At least, up until I read her latest column. It was every bit as hypocritical as the Feminists she so regularly takes to task.
The crime that gets her on her soap-box this week is:

The South Australian Government had to remind public transport users to be “courteous and considerate” after a heavily pregnant woman was forced to stand during a recent train trip.
Now, by “forced” she means that no one got up to give her a seat. There wasn’t actually any “force” involved. But of course, decrying Feminist techniques doesn’t mean that Panahi won’t use them herself.