8 Nov 2015

From Protesting Vietnam To Demanding “Safe Spaces” - What Happened To America’s College Kids?

By Michael Krieger: I grew up hearing stories of protest. About those years, a decade or so before I was born, during which America’s youth rebelled against the prevailing establishment, and forever changed the nation’s course in some meaningful ways.
Of course, many of you will accurately state that not much about the imperial state has actually changed since those days of protest, and that in fact, the out of control abuse of power both abroad and at home has gotten far worse in the subsequent decades. I will concede this point, but want to add a caveat. Certain things really did change, particularly with regard to racial discrimination in these United States. Not to say things are perfect, but to discount the significant gains achieved in this regard would be unfair.
Nevertheless, as far as the “shadow government” is concerned, not much has changed. Other than the fact that the status quo learned important lessons from those years of rebellion, and was forced to operate even more secretly than it did before. As an example, the military-industrial complex learned that it couldn’t have genuine journalists running around war zones after images taken in Vietnam shocked the nation and helped turn popular sentiment against it.

Gaddafis Ghost Laughs In Your Face + Saudi King Loves Camels + Goatherder Army Created By Jewnited States Of Saudi America

"Remember me, colonel mad dog Gaddafi? You killed me and bombed Libya back to the Stone Age, destroying cohesive government and reducing the population to competing bands of tribal bandits. Well done! You did all of this in the name of peace freedom and democracy. I guess it's a good job your population can't spell hypocrisy or pronounce humongous double standards." Deek Jackson

California - London Feminists Angry “Yes Means Yes” Works!

Be careful what you wish for; you just might get it…”
By : My my, what a difference a year makes, hmm?
A little over a year ago, the Golden State’s governor, Jerry Brown, signed into law what would be popularly known as the Yes Means Yes law, meant to combat a supposed epidemic of rape and sexual assaults on the part of twisted, sadistic and drunken misogynistic frat boys predating on their unsuspecting female campusmates. Of course, the fact that the past year has seen the utter collapse of high-profile stories that supposedly serve as prima facia examples of such an “epidemic” – most notably the University of Virginia gangrape story carried by Rolling Stone magazine and Columbus Univeristy’s Mattress Girlfiasco

Legendary US Army Commander Says Russia Would "Annihilate" USA In Head-To-Head Battle

But not everyone is convinced. “This Stryker parade won’t fool anyone in Moscow,” says retired Army Colonel Douglas Macgregor. “The Russians don’t do many things well, but they have been subverting, destabilizing, invading and conquering their neighbors since Peter the Great. And what’s our response: a small unit of light armored trucks.”

Poisoned Agriculture: Depopulation And Human Extinction

The One Percent Are Enemies Of Life
By Colin Todhunter: There is a global depopulation agenda. The plan is to remove the ‘undesirables’, ‘the poor’ and others deemed to be ‘unworthy’ and a drain on finite resources. However, according to Rosemary Mason, the plan isn’t going to work because an anthropogenic mass extinction is already underway that will affect all life on the planet and both rich and poor alike. Humans will struggle to survive the phenomenon.
A new paper by Rosemary A Mason in the ‘Journal of Biological Physics and Chemistry’, indicates that a ‘sixth extinction’ is under way (the Holocene extinction, sometimes called the Sixth Extinction, is a name describing the ongoing extinction of species during the present Holocene epoch - since around 10,000 BCE). In her paper, ‘The sixth mass extinction and chemicals in the environment: our environmental deficit is now beyond nature’s ability to regenerate’, she argues that loss of biodiversity is the most urgent of the environmental problems, as biodiversity is critical to ecosystem services and human health. And the main culprit is the modern chemical-intensive industrialised system of food and agriculture.

"A Thin-Skinned Minority Is Ruining This Nation": Professor Crushes "Political Correctness" Wave Sweeping America

In a time where college students are offended by pretty much everything, The Federalist Papers reports that one professor at UNC-Wilmington decided to cut through the rhetoric and let his students know that they aren’t the special snowflakes liberals and their parents would have them believe.
His epic class introduction has gone viral, and for good reason: this is the most common sense lecture to come out of any college in a long time.

Welcome back to class, students! I am Mike Adams your criminology professor here at UNC-Wilmington. Before we get started with the course I need to address an issue that is causing problems here at UNCW and in higher education all across the country. I am talking about the growing minority of students who believe they have a right to be free from being offended. If we don’t reverse this dangerous trend in our society there will soon be a majority of young people who will need to walk around in plastic bubble suits to protect them in the event that they come into contact with a dissenting viewpoint. That mentality is unworthy of an American. It’s hardly worthy of a Frenchman.

Big Balled Cunts AKA BBC

DoctorRandomercam: I'd like to thank the BBC for everything they've done for me and my fellow man.

'My Daughter Shouldn't Have To Study Science'

Too many girls are pressurised into taking 'STEM subjects just to appease feminists
By : When our son Johnny was accepted to read English at Oxford, we were delighted. Who cared if he would never earn a six-figure salary – or risked working at McDonald’s to feed his sonnet-writing habit?
We welcomed his interest as a blessing – how many boys, especially at a state sixth-form college, would prefer to spend Saturday night in with Philip Sidney than out with their mates?
His teachers were supportive, too. At no point did anyone suggest steering Johnny towards “STEM” (science, technology, economics, maths) subjects. His choice of English was not seen as a cop-out – quite the contrary – or a betrayal of his sex.