28 Mar 2015

Four Years Later, Forced Genital Cutting Is Still Strange

By Four years ago I accepted an invitation from the producers of The Learning Channel’s Strange Sex series to appear and discuss non-surgical foreskin restoration and my family’s business helping men undo some of the sexual damage of circumcision.  I did this despite my reservations about the show’s title.  I know the only thing “strange” about restoring is that someone’s penis was mutilated in the first place.  Watch my episode here:

News From Your Future + WW3 JUST DO IT + New End Of The World

"The fascist states of America began the use of nuclear weapons to impose it's foreign policy some five years ago, ...Israel was totally destroyed in the conflict." Deek Jackson

MGTOW Talks: GirlWritesWhat On Traditionalism, MGTOW And Society

"Feminism is a luxury item we think we can afford." GWW. Although this probably qualifies as “inside Baseball” to those new to the internal politics of the men’s movement, and mostly came about due to bad blood that developed between people with similar ideas but differing conclusions, this lengthy interview with Men’s Rights Superstar Karen Straughan and Men Going Their Own Way (MGTOW) philosopher Stardusk (aka Thinking Ape) has some interesting insights into the future of MGTOW, MHRA and even PUA. AVfM VS.

Deadly Sales - Max Keiser And Stacy Herbert With Egon Von Greyerz

The hell (of a profit) to be made by killing a man - and his family - as Lockheed Martin assures analysts from Deutsche Bank there is enough fear of war to maintain its deadly sales. In the second half, Max interviews Swiss banker, Egon von Greyerz about QE, gold and the economic and financial disasters wrought by central banks.

Mandatory Voting. Thanks Obama!

President Barack Obama has created a political firestorm by floating the idea of mandatory or compulsory voting. "If everybody voted, then it would completely change the political map in this country," Obama said, calling it "potentially transformative." Not only that, Obama said, but universal voting would "counteract money more than anything." Stefan Molyneux has some thoughts on the subject, mandatory voting? Thanks Obama! Stefan Molyneux

6oodfella, Skep Doc And Chaz + The Dark Shill

"They will invent some new kind of (bulge-less) under ware for real men who want to be there for women. ...You can't out satire feminism because it's so fucking loony."

Social Costs Of Capitalism Are Destroying Earth’s Ability To Support Life

By Paul Craig Roberts: I admire David Ray Griffin for his wide-ranging intelligence, his research skills, and for his courage. Dr. Griffin is not afraid to take on the controversial topics. He gave us ten books on 9/11, and anyone who has read half of one of them knows that the official story is a lie.
Now Griffin has taken on global warming and the CO2 crisis. His book has just been published by Clarity Press, a publisher that seeks out truth-telling authors. Griffin’s book is a hefty 424 pages plus 77 pages of footnotes documenting the information that he presents. Unprecedented: Can Civilization Survive The CO2 Crisis? is no screed. The book is a carefully researched document.
Readers often ask me to write about global warming, chemtrails, vaccines, and other subjects beyond my competence. However, I can see that Griffin has made a huge investment in researching climate change. His book provides a thorough account under one cover.
Griffin concludes that civilization itself is at stake. His evaluation of the evidence is that humans have about three decades to get CO2 emissions under control, and he sees hope in the agreement between Obama and Chinese president Xi Jinping that was announced on November 11, 2014.
Griffin argues that instead of rushing to their own destruction like lemmings, the human race must accept the moral challenge of abolishing the fossil-fuel economy. He makes the case that clean energy permits most of modern society’s way of life to continue without the threat posed by ever rising emissions.

MRM - Going Full News - The Voice Of Europe + The O'Hara News

Jon Gunnarsson, Lucian Vâlsan and James Huff, will be going through the events of the last week and then, in the second part, the hosts will bring… even more news! It comes a moment, from time to time, when the number of news is so big and so controversial that the only way to cover them all is to go full news. In Sweden, getting a driver’s license now comes conditioned to having a discussion about rape. Genderless schools are about to become the norm in France (following the footsteps of Trieste, Italy). And speaking of Italy, the State will now decide which billboards are offensive to women and will ban them. These and other news, will be covered at length in this show. James Huff

Stand Up To Censorship Campaign - Honey Badger Brigade

When you tear out a man's tongue, you are not proving him a liar, you're only telling the world that you fear what he might say.”
― George R.R. Martin, A Clash of Kings

British Court Orders Release Of Prince Charles Memos

Britain’s top Court has ordered the government to release secret correspondence between Prince Charles and different government departments, a major setback for the royal family and a huge success for advocates of media freedom in the country.
Press TV: The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that 27 letters sent by Prince Charles to government ministries in 2004-2005 can be disclosed to the media. The order comes at the end of a 10-year legal battle between Guardian journalist Rob Evans and the British government.
In 2005, Evans asked Number 10 Downing Street to disclose the letters under the Freedom of Information Act. Evans accused the prince of attempts to influence politics.
Britain’s former attorney general stopped a previous ruling for the publication of the letters, saying they only represent Charles’ personal views. However, the new verdict rejected the notion that the correspondences were of personal nature.
"The Supreme Court dismisses the attorney general's appeal," read the order.
The new court ruling casts further doubts over how influential Charles could be in politics in case he becomes the King in the future. In Britain, the royal family normally does not meddle in politics, but Charles has outspokenly expressed his views on political and social matters.

Woman-Power And Realms In The Ancient World - Men Were Expendable - Parts 1, 2 & 3

"Indoors women ruled. ...Most of the time." Lindybeige.