29 Mar 2015

Eurasian Pivot? Moscow Expects "Progress" From Tsipras Visit

Tyler Durden's picture As Athens prepares to try and convince eurozone creditors that its latest set of proposed reforms represents a credible attempt to address Greece’s fiscal crisis, and as Greek depositors face the very real possibility that they will soon be Cyprus’d, a leverage-less Alexis Tsipras faces a rather unpalatable choice: bow to the Troika which “wants real reforms… meaning that Greece finally has to implement some/any of the long ago promised and never delivered redundancies in the government sector,” or to quote Credit Suisse, be “digitally bombed back to barter status.” Unfortunately for the Greek populace, the latter seems to be far more likely than the former. Here’s WSJ:
Greek proposals for a revised bailout program don’t have enough detail to satisfy the government’s international creditors, eurozone officials said, making it more likely that Athens will need to go several more weeks without a new infusion of desperately-needed cash…

MGTOW - Cognitive Dissonance

Lets talk about how we talk. The devil is in the details. Women not allowed. Ayam Sirias

Feminist Money Myth

Popp Culture dives headfirst into debunking the "gender pay gap." Smell that? That's the second golden goose of feminism getting cooked. Take notes, Patricia Arquette. Terrence Popp

Feminist Rape Culture-Culture Is For You

You will be to blame. What are you going to do about it? johntheother

Solutions: The Peer-to-Peer Economy

If the root of our economic problem is the tendency toward centralized, globalist bureaucracies (like the EU and the WTO and the IMF and the World Bank) why does anyone believe the solution will be centralized, globalist bureaucracies (like the BRICS Bank and the EEU and the AIIB)? Today we look at a truly paradigm-shattering civilization-wide change taking place right now that has the potential to undermine the status quo: the peer-to-peer economy. corbettreport

All Feminists Are Tradcons

By : In the MRM we often see feminists and tradcons (traditional conservatives) compared and contrasted. We hear that tradcons are almost as bad as feminists. In this article I submit that all feminists are tradcons, though perhaps not all tradcons are feminists.
The initial objection to this thesis is that feminism is radically liberal, while tradcons are conservative, so how can feminists be tradcons? The reason is that under traditional conservative expectations, as with feminism, women have much more relaxed and different rules. There’s a very narrow dress code for men, but wide dress code for women. Same with hair, personal expression, and with showing feelings and the expectation that people care about your emotions, or at least will not mock them like we do with male expressions. I’m thinking of the trendy “Manfeelz,” “I bathe in male tears,” “I drink male tears,” “Oh, I hurt your fee-fees?” compared to the traditional-conservative equivalent “Keep a stiff upper lip,” and “Boys don’t cry.”
With feminism and traditional conservatism, women are given more relaxed rules. For feminists, bouncing their bare breasts with the word slut painted on them is an absolute right, of course men don’t ever dare take on a similar “slutty” display because the dress code is much stricter with men. In feminist thought, and I think it’s safe to say traditional conservatism generally, this would be labeled “creepy”, with female feelings being of the utmost importance.

Artist Taxi Driver With Russell Brand

"Your the people's Gandhi now." chunkymark

Stuffed Chauvinist Pig - Eating MGTOW

By I was a bit hesitant to write an article for this MGTOW series since it brought back college memories of my little British sports car, once again sitting on the side of the road in dire need of transport back to the service station for yet another repair I couldn’t afford.
You see, back when I was a frat boy in college majoring in courses now related to rape studies, I decided that, in order to attract all the young, innocent, drunken college women that I was entitled to introduce to patriarchy, I would need a sexy little car. Instead, I bought an MG.
It looked like a car, but it mostly just sat in the parking lot at the frat house because, well, it was British and that is pretty much what British cars did back then. But I guess that is only fair since I have criticized Paul’s recipes and called August’s chicken boring, that I give them a chance to criticize my own recipe. So, although my MGTOW isn’t quite the same as their MGTOW (NAMGTOWALT), a little diversity never hurts, right?
So I give you:
Stuffed Chauvinist Pig
(about 12-15 servings)

1 pork loin (about 5 lbs, costs about $12.50)
Trim any excess fat and starting about half an inch from the end cut a lengthwise opening along one side of the loin to within about half an inch of the other end. Cut as deep as you can without piercing the other side. The opening will form a large gaping gash into which you can thrust… well, you’ll see.

The Revolution Will Not Be YouTubed

As GooTube goes on an AdSense purge of alt media we take a moment to remember that the entire "free and open" internet as we know it is just a flick of a switch away from total censorship. From censorship "bibles" and manipulated news feeds to bury brigades and disappearing front pages, viral truth content is already under attack. Are you prepared? corbettreport

US Lobbying Fails As Allies Flock to China-Led Bank

By Jason Ditz: Ever since its initial proposal by China as an alternative to the IMF and the World Bank, both of which are dominated by the United States, the proposed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has been a target of heavy lobbying by the US, which has been warning allies and client states it would be strongly in their best interests not to join.
The US effort is also becoming a colossal failure, as nations across the region, as well as European powers, are flocking to the China-led bank, and seemingly everyone of note on board at this point.
In recent weeks, Britain, France, Germany, Italy, and Australia all joined, over US objections. South Korea was then heavily lobbied by the US, warned to “think twice” about what it did, but has joined as well.
In the end, the AIIB seems set to become an international lender of no small influence, and much more than China even suggested when it first proposed it. The US lobbying seems not only to have failed, but had the opposite effect, and is getting almost everybody united behind the bank.

Greek Energy Minister Slams "Unscrupulous, Imperialist" Germany, Will Seek "Bold Alternatives" In Russia

With fresh rumors springing late on Friday that "this" just may be the weekend Greece - with close to no funds left in either the financial or government sector - imposes capital controls, a precursor to a full-fledged Grexit, the situation in Athens is on a knife's edge. Yesterday is also when the Syriza government submitted its list of 18 proposed reforms to the Troika: a reform package which the Guardian dubs "reform-for-cash", as Greece hopes the roughly €3 billion in revenue generated from the reforms will unlock €7.2 billion in financial assistance.
Rather, make that promises of reforms to generate €3 billion in revenue. Because the question, and problem for Athens, is which comes first: does Greece implement the reforms and generate the revenue or does Europe disburse the funds. It is a problem because the reforms will be extremely unpopular if and when they pass.

Institutionalized Sociopathy (Feminism)

SkepTorr's thoughts on the UK misandry debate at the BBC.