31 Mar 2015

Do You Even Patriarchy? + How To Feminist

Behind the scenes, the patriarchy works tirelessly to ensure that only men benefit in society. Evan Delshaw

A MARIONETTE + Revolutionary Live Music


Occupy Rupert Murdoch

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss occupying Murdoch with a Trews awning. They examine the economic and financial reasons the population should look beyond porn - both property porn and the Page 3 sort - to see what disinformation, misinformation and more is being pushed on them by a media in bed with political and corporate elites.

John Stuart Mill On Chivalry

By : In 1869 John Stuart Mill published his gynocentric work The Subjection of Women (SOW), stating that while people everywhere were being freed from social roles, women remained tethered to theirs, stating: “Men hold women in subjection by representing to them meekness, submissiveness, and resignation of all individual will into the hands of a man, as an essential part of sexual attractiveness.” (SOW, p. 272). Ironically, Mill sympathizes with women’s subjection while lauding the male chivalry that women both inspired and were recipients of. Mill contends that male chivalry, however, was not always reliable and thus must give way to a more reliable, State-enforced protection and benevolence toward women.
In light of Mill’s gynocentrism, Ernest Belfort Bax published an incisive rejoinder to the book pointing out the greater injustices faced by men.
The following is a quote from Mill’s venerated SOW. 
The moral influence of women: chivalry
The other mode in which the effect of women’s opinion has been conspicuous is by giving a powerful stimulus to those qualities in men which, not being themselves trained in, it was necessary for them that they should find in their protectors. Courage, and the military virtues generally, have at all times been greatly indebted to the desire which men felt of being admired by women: and the stimulus reaches far beyond this one class of eminent qualities, since, by a very natural effect of their position, the best passport to the admiration and favour of women has always been to be thought highly of by men.

Yemen Gulf Version Of Libya - Letter From The Gulf

"It was only a matter of time till the Gulf region gets it's own version of Libya and Syria." Via Morris.

Max Keiser Speaking At Occupy Rupert Murdoch

"We refer to the 'Help To Buy' scheme here in the UK as a Ponzi scheme, which is what it is, a government subsidised Ponzi scheme that actually makes it harder for people to afford housing not easier. We say this on our show nd we got a big six page latter from OFF COM on behalf of George Osbourne, it said 'could you please not refer to Mr Osbourne's policy as a Ponzi scheme. A week later the bank of England issued a report that said that 'we at The Bank Of England set out to design a housing policy, we could not have written one worse than this, which is nothing more than a Ponzi scheme.'" Max Keiser.

Broke? You May Now Be Entitled To A Free Home

Tyler Durden's picture It’s been seven years since the epic collapse of the US housing market, and there’s never been a better time to buy your first home. In Denmark for instance, the bank will tax depositors in order to pay you to take out a home loan. But before you move to a European country operating in NIRP-dom, consider Florida and New Jersey first because as Susan Rudolfi recently discovered, you can actually get a house for free by simply not making your mortgage payments. Here’s more via NY Times:
She is like a ghost of the housing market’s painful past, one of thousands of Americans who have skipped years of mortgage payments and are still living in their homes.

Now a legal quirk could bring a surreal ending to her foreclosure case and many others around the country: They may get to keep their homes without ever having to pay another dime.

The reason, lawyers for homeowners argue, is that the cases have dragged on too long.

Why Advertising Corrupts + How To Be A Good Teacher

"The link between anti-depressants and problematic psychological states is very well established" Stefan Molyneux

The Oceans Are Dying

By Paul Craig Roberts: I am an admirer of Dahr Jamail’s reporting. In this article, Oceans In Crisis, Jamail tells us that we are losing the oceans. He reports on the human destruction of the oceans. It is a real destruction with far-reaching consequences.
That fact is indisputable.
From my perspective the human destruction of the oceans is yet more evidence of the ruinous nature of private capitalism. In capitalism there is no thought for the future of the planet and humanity, only for short-term profits and bonuses. Consequently, social costs are ignored.
Capitalism can work if social or external costs can be included in the costs of production. However, the powerful corporations are able to block a socially functioning capitalism with their political campaign contributions.
Consequently, capitalists themselves make the capitalist system dysfunctional. We may have reached the point where the external costs of production are larger than the value of capitalist output. Economist Herman Daly makes a convincing case that this is the fact.
While the powerful capitalists use the environment for themselves as a cost-free dumping ground, the accumulating costs threaten everyone’s life. It appears that nothing can be done, because the oceans are “common property.” No one owns them, so no one can protect them and their contents.

MGTOW: The Vanguard Report

"What part of 'NO!' don't you understand feminism?" Says Fidelbogen. Did you know that feminists are afraid to talk about feminism and will do anyhting they can to avoid this subject? Sounds amazing, but it's true! Feminists don't want to talk about feminism, and they don't want you to talk about it either. We figure that's a good reason to talk about feminism until the cows come home, or until feminism collapses. Today, on episode number 43 of the Vanguard Report, we will talk about this. . . and maybe a couple of other things too. James Huff