9 Aug 2015

TFM News: The Cost Of Pandering To Women In College

By Turd Flinging Monkey: Much has been made regarding how [US] women are attending and graduating college in greater numbers than men. According to USA Today, women are 21% more likely to graduate college, and 48% more likely to earn an advanced degree (Sheffler, 2014), and yet women make up less than 30% of STEM graduates (Neuhauser, 2014). Women instead tend to major in fields like English and Liberal Arts (Goudreau, 2010) which earn far less than STEM, and often require an advanced degree simply to find employment within that field.

MGTOW Meet Ups + What Alinsky Gets Wrong + Traditional Worship Of Women

1: Don't be afraid of the BBC


JaJa Soze blesses the mic in the 2nd video for GF Acoustic Sessions. Videos for GF Acoustic Sessions will be released every two weeks. GlobalFaction

Can Feminism Co-Exist With The Rest Of The World?

By The great line in the sand that we now must draw, is the line which separates feminist from non-feminist. It should be self-evident that not everybody on Earth shares the feminist way of understanding the human condition, and that is how we mark the boundary between these two sets of people.
In the last year or two, we have seen a dramatic surge in mainstream anti-feminism. Quite frankly, these new people are just as fed up with feminism as the old-timers have been for years. They feel that feminism has “jumped the shark”, and they are getting more and more outspoken about their disenchantment.
Now, since we are talking to the feminists themselves (along with everybody else), we ought to pose a very basic question for their consideration:
“Feminist, what do you intend to DO about this?”
Seriously: what do you feminists intend to do about the present situation? People are getting fed up with you and they are mobilizing, with reinforcements arriving daily. Will you treat these developments with the seriousness they deserve? Or will you schluff it off, act like nothing is happening, and carry on with business as usual?
The present situation is new and different. We’re not talking about the so-called “men’s rights movement” any more — it goes far beyond that now. We’re talking about a fundamental shift of perspective, and a whole new way of thinking to go along with it.
Let’s be clear on one thing for starters: we’re not a bit happy about the pernicious effect which feminist innovation has had upon men and boys.

Male Animus - The Hostile Animal

Spetsnaz. "Revenge at its core is still a need for connection. ...Revenge is a primal urge, someone insults you play it out in your mind, what you'd say how you would strike back. It feels a hell of a lot more empowering than feeling helpless. These thoughts are how we insulate ourselves from feeling helpless and from experiencing their vulnerability."

UK University Gender Gap Growing, Warns Admissions Chief

By Mike Buchanan: Our thanks to Kevin for this. We covered the topic of education in our general election manifesto (pp 15-17).
The start of the article:
A worrying gender gap has emerged in higher education, with girls dominating admissions to leading universities, the head of the admissions service has warned.
Urgent action is needed to boost the number of boys applying to university to stop them becoming a “disadvantaged” minority, according to Mary Curnock Cook, the Ucas chief executive.
Young women are on average a third more likely to progress to higher education, Ucas statistics show. In some parts of the country, that number increases to 50 per cent.
Speaking to The Telegraph, Ms Curnock Cook said: It means there is something like 32,000 young men missing from university.”
Her comments come just days before hundreds of thousands of teenagers are due to collect their A-level results on Thursday this week. Competition for places at top universities is expected to be especially fierce this year, with record numbers of applicants to Oxford, Cambridge and other top 10 institutions.
Ms Curnock Cook called for a “laser focus” on the issue of fewer boys going to university than girls.
She said: My concern is in five or ten years’ time young men will be the new disadvantaged group. I remain astounded that there is not more political and societal focus on this.”

Men Afraid Of Women - MGTOW

"Hi Sandman, I am a man in my 50’s, running my own business and I am physically fit. I've been married and divorced twice and I still date on occasion. But I find it challenging to find women in their 30s to date. I find myself losing a good deal of my male friendships, some of them life long as I have come to realize that they fall into the Blue Pill, Mangina, Simp, Wussbag end of the spectrum.

"Orwellian" FBI Says Citizens Should Have No Secrets That The Government Can't Access

By (NaturalNews) The police and surveillance state predicted in the forward-looking 1940s classic "1984" by George Orwell, has slowly, but steadily, come to fruition. However, like a frog sitting idly in a pan of steadily-warming water, too many Americans still seem unaware that the slow boil of big government is killing their constitutional liberties. 
The latest sign of this stealth takeover of civil rights and freedom was epitomized in recent Senate testimony by FBI Director James Comey, who voiced his objections to civilian use of encryption to protect personal data – information the government has no automatic right to obtain.

As reported by The New American, Comey testified that he believes the government's spy and law enforcement agencies should have unfettered access to everything Americans may store or send in electronic format: On computer hard drives, in so-called i-clouds, in email and in text messaging – for our own safety and protection. Like many in government today, Comey believes that national security is more important than constitutional privacy protections or, apparently, due process. After all, aren't criminals the only ones who really have anything to hide?

Stealth Privatization (Summer Solutions)

Keiser Report Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert are joined by Dr. Bob Gill and Dr. Lucy Reynolds about the solutions to the stealth privatization of the National Health Service in the United Kingdom. In the second half they talk to Gregor Macdonald about the solutions to carbon based energy dependence.