18 Jul 2015

Nazi Myths

"Hitler didn't do anything that was out of the norm and the Reichstag decree was very rarely used. The only people who were really effected by it were the communists, these communist party members the KPD. So this idea that the fire was all about taking away human rights and terrorising the country, it's a complete myth. They like to say that the enabling act is also a direct result. No the enabling act would have come about anyway. ...the gleiwitz incident. It points to a circumstantial case indicting the British who had their own radio transmitter in Polish upper Silecia as the ones who planted that false story. ...It came up in the British press before it was even completed! ...It was pure propaganda!"

Distinct Social Classes - Rampant Cultural Misandry

"Men and women are becoming distinct social classes with women being the oppressors in a majority of social situations now, where any man no matter how benign his behaviour, no matter how uniquely productive and beneficial this man is to society, he basically is at a starting disadvantage to any woman within all facets of social life." CS MGTOW

The Greek Crisis - What You're Not Being Told

There are several important variables to the Greek debt crisis that most people aren't talking about. "Predatory lending. ...The question isn't if we'll see another wide spread financial crisis, but rather what will be the catalyst?"

UK Market Regulator Head Who Realised "All Bankers Are Evil" Let Go After "Making Too Many Enemies"

On the surface it may appear that the head of the FCA, the UK's financial regulator, Martin Wheatly resigned voluntarily yesterday. The truth is that he only "quit" after being told by George Osborne that he would not renew his contract when it expires in March.
For those who are unfamiliar, Wheatley led the FCA from its inception in April 2013, and oversaw a regulator that extracted record penalties from the industry, teaming with US authorities in the Libor and foreign exchange benchmark-rigging scandals. He also targeted retail banks for mis-selling products to consumers and secured sweeping new powers, including oversight of payday lenders and antitrust tools. Granted, he was not able to send any prominent bankers to prison - the only person behind bars so far is the scapegoat for the HFT's May 2010 flash crash, Nav Sarao - but his surprisingly dogged crackdown on manipulation was the main catalyst for the revelation of Liborgate (formerly known as a "conspiracy theory") which then spread to FX, commodities (including gold) and Treasuries, and which most recently cost the jobs of Deutsche Bank's co-CEO and led to several changes at the top of Barclays bank.
It also cost Wheatley his job.

Greece’s Lesson For Russia

By Paul Craig Roberts, Greece’s debt can now only be made sustainable through debt relief measures that go far beyond what Europe has been willing to consider so far.” — International Monetary Fund
Greece’s lesson for Russia, and for China and Iran, is to avoid all financial relationships with the West. The West simply cannot be trusted. Washington is committed to economic and political hegemony over every other country and uses the Western financial system for asset freezes, confiscations, and sanctions. Countries that have independent foreign policies and also have assets in the West cannot expect Washington to respect their property rights or their ownership. Washington freezes or steals countries’ assets, or in the case of France imposes multi-billion dollar fines, in order to force compliance with Washington’s policies. Iran, for example, lost the use of $100 billion, approximately one-fourth of the Iranian GDP, for years simply because Iran insisted on its rights under the Non-Proliferation Treaty.
Russian journalists are asking me if Obama’s willingness to reach a deal with Iran means there is hope a deal can be reached over Ukraine. The answer is No. Moreover, as I will later explain, the deal with Iran doesn’t mean much as far as Washington is concerned.
Three days ago (July 14) a high ranking military officer, Gen. Paul Selva, the third in about as many days, told the US Senate that Russia is “an existential threat to this nation (the US).” Only a few days prior the Senate had heard the same thing from US Marine commander Joseph Dunford and from the Secretary of the Air Force. A few days before that, the Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff warned of a Russian “hybrid threat.”

A Male-Centered Approach To Disability – Part 1: Supercrip

By : Throughout history men with disabilities have reached the heights of human achievement in personal and cultural terms, and they did so without the help of social justice warriors or modern reforms to laws, community access, or improved social attitudes toward disability.
Think of the presidents, artists, scientists, blade runners and the Everest-scaling amputees who reached for greatness, along with their less visible counterparts who went about their daily lives in less grandiose but nevertheless competent ways while living with a disability.
Disability always poses limitations on a person’s physical or mental abilities, but the disability never encompasses the entire person – there remain competencies that deserve equal recognition in the mix.
Said differently a person is never completely disabled, just as there is no such thing as a person without a disability, however mild; eg. asthma, eczema, or gluten allergy can likewise interfere with daily functioning, forcing you to buy special creams and soaps or having to skip lunch with friends because you can’t eat the food at that restaurant.
A study of high achievers illustrates the point of competency existing alongside disability. Franklin D. Roosevelt had post-polio paralysis, Ray Charles was blind, Christopher Reeve had a spinal injury, George Washington had dyslexia, Ludwig van Beethoven went deaf, Albert Einstein had Aspergers, Leonardo Da Vinci was epileptic, and the cosmologist Stephen Hawking has advanced motor neurone disease. Yet all of these men reached the top of their fields of interest.

Varoufakis Slams Bailout #3 As "Greatest Macroeconomic Disaster In History" While Tsipras "Doesn't Eat Or Sleep"

Tyler Durden's picture In an rare convergence of Greek and German viewpoints, overnight former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis told the BBC that "economic reforms imposed on his country by creditors are "going to fail", ahead of talks on a huge bailout. At the same time, Germany's most noted Eurosceptic, Hans-Werner Sinn, in an interview with the newspaper "Passauer Neue Presse" also earlier today warned that any new aid would be "totally worthless" and "would never come back."
In what was practically a race who can find harsher terms to describe the Greek bailout, Varoufakis said that Greece was subject to a programme that will "go down in history as the greatest disaster of macroeconomic management ever".
As reported yesterday, the German parliament approved the opening of negotiations of Greece's third €86 billion bailout when it rushed to vote through a bridge loan to Greece so the insolvent nation had some funds to repay the ECB's Monday debt maturity, as well as repay the roughly €2 billion for Greece is in default to the IMF. Of note was the jump in German MPs who voted "no" to 119 from just 32 in the February vote to extend the Greek bailout.
In a damning assessment, Varoufakis told the BBC's Mark Lobel: "This programme is going to fail whoever undertakes its implementation."

Shemitah Charade: A New Corporatist Paradigm Launched In Greece?

Last week, the Greek people voted heavily against the EU’s proposal… and then this week Greek Parliament voted heavily in favor of it!
How’s that for democracy!  Those who adore democracy (we are not included in that group!) always say that it is the best system because it lets the majority of people get their way.  Opa, that’s not what happened!
In fact it rarely happens, anywhere.  Voters are just made to feel like they have some sort of say in government but most of the time the politicians just do whatever profits them and their friends.
Interestingly, however, there was not much in the way of violent protests in the streets of Greece for the past few weeks despite the tough conditions.  In fact, it was a huge party after the voters voted overwhelming not to accept the deal.  Then, today, the politicians accepted it and all of a sudden the state’s henchman were doing a fire dance. 
But really the vote is a kind of charade. In fact, the last months have simply added to the charade of the Greek “rescue.” The idea is to make Greece submit to a kind of corporatocracy managed by Brussels’ technocrats at the behest of international banking. Democracy – no matter what you think of it – is being strangled in Greece.

Herbert Purdy Responds To A Comment By Fabian - Solutions On ‘The Conservative Woman’ Website

By Mike Buchanan: One of the reasons we [J4MB] moderate our blog comments is to minimize the time wasted by feminists posting nonsense. But sometimes I (and J4MB supporters) engage in exchanges with feminists on other websites, not to persuade them through rational arguments to reconsider their positions – that would be impossible – but to inform other readers of some of our arguments and sources of information.
Earlier today an excellent new piece was posted on The Conservative Woman website, Laura Perrins’s Women must do as they are told. Study science, forget children, and earn a lot. Into the comments stream (predictably) stormed two jack-booted FemiNazis, ‘Feminist_Future’ and ‘Fabian_Solutions’.
Fabian_Solutions posted a lengthy series of comments, which were ludicrous even by her woeful standards:

A List of Men’s Rights Issues That Feminism Is Already Working On
Feminists do not want you to lose custody of your children. The assumption that women are naturally better caregivers is part of patriarchy.
Feminists do not like commercials in which bumbling dads mess up the laundry and competent wives have to bustle in and fix it. The assumption that women are naturally better housekeepers is part of patriarchy.
Feminists do not want you to have to make alimony payments.


By Remember when I mentioned that I had a bit of my own hypocrisy to exploit? The exploitation is complete.

End The Jewish Occupation Of The Solidarity Movement

By Gilad Atzmon: I would like to congratulate The US Campaign To End Israeli Occupation (EOIO) for confirming the substance of my argument that Jewish domination of the solidarity movement has had a corrosive effect on the movement. My argument is detailed in my recent book, The Wandering Who.
Ten days ago, we learned that the Israeli Government has actually recruited left organisations to cleanse the Solidarity movement of its ‘radicals’ –those who dare to tell the truth about the Jewish State and the culture and ideology that drive its politics. EOIO seems to be exceedingly enthusiastic about its role as dictated by its Jerusalem masters. Following JVP’s AKA Jewish Voice Police campaign against Alison Weir, the EOIO has now published its complete list of ‘accusations’ against Ms. Weir. Alison Weir is a dedicated, articulate pro Palestinian American patriot and the founder of the very informative outlet, If Americans Knew.
The list of ridiculous ‘charges’ made by the EOIO against Weir demonstrates that the EOIO is determined to block any attempt to explore the crimes committed by the Jewish State within the context of Jewish culture, Jewish politics, Jewish ideology, Jewish religion or Jewish history. Imagine an anti Nazi organisation that blocked any attempt to examine Nazi crimes within the context of Nazi culture, Nazi politics, Nazi ideology, Nazi spirit or Nazi history. Such an endeavour seems unthinkable. I guess that in the eyes of the EOIO, Jews are exempt from such standard intellectual examination, somehow privileged or shall we say ‘chosen.’

Anti-Semitism Term A Lie Shows How Gullible We Are

"Jews parading as something genetically different. ...The BBC is anything but independent pushing false causes. ...The US is a hegemonic force and corrupt." Morris. BBC To Lose Its Independence Hahaha - Palm Sugar - Pro Israel Senators are traitors to the USA - Alleged Aurora Shooter in Shock - Kurds strength in Syria Threatens Turkey