25 Jan 2015

King Abdullah Of Saudi Arabia Dead: Propaganda Decoded

"4 of his 15 daughters have lived under house arrest for 13 years. because they opposed in public the kingdoms policies towards women." Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud was the King of Saudi Arabia and died on January 23, 2015. He ascended to the throne on August 1st, 2005 and has been praised by George W. Bush, Barack Obama and a multitude of world leaders. What is his legacy? Stefan Molyneux

Magaluf Girl: Feminist Prudery

When a drunk girl gives a bunch of nervous uncomfortable drunk guys in a bar blow jobs in public, those guys are obviously rapists, right?
By The hypocrisy of the Feminist Sacred Babble was brought to a new level recently in the UK over a scandal that became known as the “Magaluf girl.” The hysteria and moral panic raised by this is worth a closer look.
The Spanish resort town of Magaluf, on the island Mallorca, has had a reputation of a party town for decades. Each year, young adults from Britain, Ireland, Scandanavia and other European countries head there for sand, sun, booze and sex. So much so that it has the nickname “Shagaluf.”
The result is often not pretty as youth and booze can sometimes lead to teenage brawls. Mostly, however, it leads to vomit and stupidity.
Last year a video of a young woman giving “head” to some two dozen men at a night club in Magaluf went viral. The hypocritical and positively misandric treatment that this has been given by the British press, including the Mirror, Huffington Post and The Independent, among others, has been astounding.

Tsipras Addresses Greece, Says Bailout Agreements, "Troika Era" Are Over

The first public address of Greece's new leaders, Alexis Tsipras has begun. The key highlights of his speech so far:

Charlie Hebdo, A Free Press, And Social Security + “Civilization” of the Neocons

Puzzled by the title? It will all come clear. 
By Paul Craig Roberts: Europeans have written to me with more information that raises questions about the Charlie Hebdo affair. Some point out the strange emptiness of the street on which the professional killers depart. Others point out the film has hallmarks of orchestration or staging. Still others point out the size and described physical attributes of the killers do not correspond with the accused brothers and that the getaway car turns away from the scene differently from the official description. Another puzzle is that the video of the police assault on the deli repeatedly shows police moving in front of other police who are firing their weapons, yet despite the pointblank range are not hit. And there are other matters.
All I can say is that clearly at least some Europeans notice and on the basis of what they have seen have a lot of suspicion. I cannot evaluate the information sent to me. I do not know the neighborhood in Paris or traffic patterns. I know nothing about film making. Those who know enough about these matters for their suspicions to be aroused are the ones who need to address these issues. Possibly some of these suspicions are contrived red herrings designed to redirect the focus of suspicion down dead ends and discredit skeptics.

DEFAULT! - Anti-Bankster Austerity Syriza Wins Greek Parliamentary Election

Exit polls show anti-bankster party, Syriza, has won Greece's general election, which will affect the course of Troika austerity.
Press TV: The exit polls announced on Sunday suggest that the radical leftist party, Syriza, has won some 35.5 percent of the votes in the Greek parliamentary election.
The sweeping victory would enable the party to rule on its own, obviating the necessity of forming a collation with other smaller parties.
This is while Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ conservative party, New Democracy, has secured around 25 percent.
Syriza is a fierce opponent of Greece’s bailout deal with the International Monetary Fund and eurozone countries, and has vowed to reconsider the austerity measures that have caused mounting dissatisfaction in the country.
The polls showed that the leftist party’s popularity has increased by 25 percent in the last seven years of the spiraling financial collapse.
Bankster cock sucker Samaras had earlier warned that it would be crazy to elect Syriza as it “will turn all of Europe against Greece.... They don't understand Europe, they don't believe in Europe.”

An Open Letter To Feminists: “What are you doing about it?”

By Hi, feminists. A lot of things have happened recently. They may all end up a blip. I hope they’re the clatter of stones heralding a landslide, that we will look back and see 2014 as a hinge-year, when things truly turned. The MHRM has claimed a space. 2014 was the year of the first International Conference on Men’s Issues, Gamergate, “Shirtstorm,” widespread refutations of the alleged wage gap, Women Against Feminism, the rise of the Honey Badgers, your cheap hack op-eds and lifestyle pieces getting torn apart in the comments sections, the Male Students in Peril Conference, greater recognition of men’s issues and the general growth of AVfM and what we represent into the culture at large… yeah, we’ve had a good year.
As our message spreads, and its truth and power spark in people’s minds, you feminists will have a lot to deal with. To steal from Winston Churchill—you know, the Dead White Male who as much as almost anyone in history could legitimately claim to have saved Western civilization?—you are seeing the end of our beginning, and perhaps the beginning of your end. Like it or not, our movement is out of its infancy and challenging yours, which, by the way, had such a…dignified and important 2014. (Congratulations, and keep up the good work!)

Byron Hurt Throws US Black Men Under Bus While Feminists Drive It

By Byron Hurt is a black, male feminist. I could suggest that you take some time to try to wrap your mind around that, but I won’t. I assume your time is valuable and I don’t want you mad at me for making you waste it.
Besides, I already read his explanation for it and it made about as much sense as a Jewish, white nationalist railing about the evils of Zionism.
Hurt explains himself in an article he penned for The Root, titled Why I am a Black Male Feminist.” Ultimately he explained a good bit more than he intended.
The Root, for those who don’t know, is what you might call a plantation publication. Similar to Jet and Ebony, it’s where black, male writers (known as Panda Bears) get to work as long as they don’t get uppity with the black, female feminists who actually run the farm.
A quick review of his work suggests he gets to work in the house, though.
His story is simple. When he was young his father used to yell at his mother. That scared him and clearly made him feel protective of his mom. Then he met Jackson Katz and listened to some women complain that they could not look men in the eye. Next he read enough black feminist theory to get his mind right. Well, at least right enough to turn Tom and sell out every bit of integrity and common sense he ever had.

The Lords Are Wrong: Women Are Not Under-Represented In The UK Media

A House of Lords committee has criticised the BBC for having too few female news presenters and reporters. However, argues Neil Lyndon, there are areas of the media where women exert near absolute monopolies 
By : Last week we heard again - for what felt like the hundred millionth time - about the under-representation of women presenters and reporters in coverage of news and current affairs on TV.
The House of Lords communications committee chided the BBC, telling it to do better because of its "special status" and its "dominance as a news provider".
The BBC protested that they'd been doing their best on this front for many years but - after giving themselves a lacerating self-flagellation - they promised to try even harder.
I am genuinely baffled. Do their Lordships actually watch BBC TV news? What level of female representation would they deem acceptable? An absolute monopoly? If you keep half an eye on the numbers of men and women reporters/presenters on BBC TV news (I do), you can't fail to notice that men are becoming, increasingly, the disappeared.

Change “Muslims” To “Men”

By For me the quickest and most effective way to demonstrate the rampant gender bigotry in our society is to do the old “gender flip” and substitute the word woman forman.” Others choose to insert a religious group or race in order to ram home the prejudice that is so prevalent yet astonishingly almost invisible to most people. For some it is an eye opener or equivalent to having a bucket of icy water hurled in their face. Sadly, some will give no ground and remain convinced that men are deserving of any hate/prejudice/ bigotry which is hurled in their direction.
What prompted me to write about this oft used and effective formula?
We are all aware of the horrendous acts of terrorism carried out by radical Islamists. These violent actions seem to be growing in their frequency and there seems no solution or end in sight.
Here in Australia, whenever another terrorist act is carried out in the name of Allah there is an immediate reaction. Surprisingly for some, it is not simply condemnation of the atrocity. There is a demand that no-one should blame the Muslim community for the actions of this minority of fanatics who do not represent the real Islamic faith.

Exposing How Women Manipulate Men

There is no definitive list of techniques to how women manipulate men but you can see it in action. The case of Dalia Dippolito, caught hiring an assassin to kill her husband, produced really good footage of a woman in full manipulation mode. She was convinced that if she could get her husband physically close to her, she could blind him. And she's right. As long as men remain unaware of their vulnerability to female manipulation they will continue to be victims to it. Feminism LOL

Markets Mind Carnage

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss mind carnage in the markets as price discovery goes astray due to market intervention, and the rise of vigilante groups around the world looking for Rolex watch and Gucci belt wearing politicians. In the second half, Max interviews businessman, radio show host and anarchist, Jeff Berwick, about becoming a taxpayer, living in Mexico as a tourist and the ending of the drug wars.

Troika Punches Panic Button On Greece And Spain

'As long as Greece is in the euro, subservience will forever be its fate.'
By Don Quijones: After four years of inflicting economic pain and misery on Europe’s semi-bankrupt periphery, the Troika (IMF, ECB and European Commission) is suddenly in a lather over the potential political consequences of its disastrous economic policies: “I wouldn’t like extreme forces to come to power. I would prefer if known faces show up,” said European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker regarding the upcoming Greek elections.
Speaking at a press conference in Pekin, the IMF’s Chief Economist Oliver Blanchard warned that unemployment in Spain remains too high, fueling a surge of support in populist movements and political parties that do not want to form part of the euro.”
Blanchard’s words were a barely veiled reference to the phoenix-like rise of Podemos, a stridently anti-establishment but far from Eurosceptic political party. In recent polls of voter intentions for the upcoming municipal elections (March) and general elections (September), the new party, now in its second year of existence, has consistently commanded between 25% and 30% of the votes – more than either of the two main parties.
The fear among the political elite, both in Madrid and Brussels, is palpable.