6 Sep 2015

Three Former U.S. Treasury Secretaries, A Feminist And A Facebook Executive Laugh About Income Inequality

By Michael Krieger: If there was ever a let them eat cake moment in modern American history, this is it.
Earlier this year, at 2015’s Milken Institute Global Conference, Facebook Chief Operating Officer, Sheryl Sandberg, was moderating a panel with three former U.S. Treasury Secretaries. The topic of income inequality was raised, and they all burst out laughing. The biggest uproar came from the man who orchestrated the 2008 banker bailouts, former Goldman Sachs CEO, Hank Paulson, as Sandberg enthusiastically claps her hands like a privileged, primped out Panem aristocrat. To the right of Hank is Clinton puppeteer Robert Rubin, and all the way to the left, Timmy Geithner.
You have to see it, to believe it:
In case you forgot, Sheryl Sandberg, was the woman who started the idiotic campaign last year to ban the word bossy.

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“War is the father of all things”.

Why I Despise Mass Media And Love Chrissie Hynde

I’m a mother, treat me like a mother
You want to suck on my breast, I’m so surprised you do
I’m the source and the force you owe your life to, brother
I’m a mother and I take like a mother
[emphasis in the original, musically speaking]

  • From “I’m a Mother” by Pretenders
By Much of the rest of the song reads like fantasy feminism:
I understand time and it isn’t on my side
But to service mankind I have to suffer his pride
Like a mother…

Little sacrifices, go straight to heaven
But hunting season’s over, this is
[so] the 20th century…

She prattles on about picking up dead bodies, keeping a gun, and even the never-ending pains of childbirth; but I like the song anyway. It sure would be nice if that’s what feminism was about. It sure would be great if a sharp-edged individual attitude like the one Chrissie Hynde has expressed for decades as the life-force of Pretenders was actually rewarded and supported. What Hynde may very well discover now is that feminism functions largely on orthodoxy to certain standards surrounding sacred subjects such as sexual assault. (Thankfully, it does not function on alliteration.)

The Family Unit As The Building Block Of Civilisation?

"The family unit has been described as the building block of civilisation by traditionalists, even within the MGTOW community. The kind of sentiment that has been expressed by many is that of genuine sorrow for the breakdown of the family and a hope for its return after a repeal of no fault divorce and I have seen many a MGTOW lament the departure of the nuclear family and its usually expressed in the comments section and it goes along the lines that the modern iteration of marriage has been corrupted but its previous incarnation was somehow a net good to society. ...I find this notion dangerous and actually incorrect as well." CS MGTOW

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The long awaited pilot has arrived. iMGTOW

Franz Kafka - A God Among MGTOW

"He was Jewish and decided to go his own way from his faith and culture. This is what he has to say about his alienation from Judaism and Jewish life: "What have I in common with Jews? I have hardly anything in common with myself and should stand very quietly in a corner, content that I can breathe". And later on in his adolescent years, Kafka had declared himself an atheist.

Why I'm In Favour Of Women-Only Carriages

We need to keep men and children safe on public transport. 6oodfella

Rule 48

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the never seen before triple category four hurricanes heading for global financial markets caused by injection of too much hot air from central bankers. In the second half, Max interviews Gerald Celente about Rule 48, volatility and invasions.

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