27 Dec 2015

Lies, Feminism And Atrocity Literature

By : Atrocity or outrage literature can be defined as material—including written, audio and video—produced by the global Feminist network that highlights and exaggerates historical, social, political, ideological and other fault lines and events in countries with the deliberate aims to show:-
  1. These countries are backward, regressive.
  2. That in these countries women are in perpetual state of oppression.
  3. Only Feminist have the means to end such oppression and rescue these societies.
  4. That there is a need for political intervention by external powers.

Atrocity literature is characterized by generalization and extrapolation, without context or evidence. It is a useful tool in the hand of feminist to pummel countries. It is the old tactic of declaring a dog to be rabid and then shooting it. Atrocity Literature has been used by Feminist to make a case for wanton intervention in countries aided by treaties like CEDAW.
The history of atrocity literature in India can be traced to the British. In 1927 Katherine Mayo wrote the book “Mother India” against the backdrop of Indian demands for self-rule and independence from British rule. The book attacks Indian society, religion and culture. The book pointed to the treatment of India’s women, the untouchables, animals, dirt, and the character of its nationalistic politicians. Mayo singled out the allegedly rampant and fatally weakening sexuality of its males to be at the core of all problems, leading to masturbation, rape, homosexuality, prostitution, venereal diseases, and, most importantly, premature sexual intercourse and maternity. The book created an outrage across India, and it was burned along with her effigy.

Slumlord: How Warren Buffet’s Clayton Homes Intentionally Targets & Preys Upon Minorities And Poor People

It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently. Warren Buffett 
I cant help myself, I hate niggers,”
He walked them through Clayton-built homes on the lot, then into the sales center, passing a banner and posters promoting one subprime lender: Vanderbilt Mortgage, a Clayton subsidiary. Inside, he handed them a Vanderbilt sales pamphlet.
“Vanderbilt is the only one that finances on the reservation,” he told the women.
His claim, which the women caught on tape, was a lie. And it was illegal. In minority communities, Clayton’s grip on the lending market verges on monopolistic: Last year, according to federal data, Clayton made 72% of the loans to black people who financed mobile homes.
The company’s in-house lender, Vanderbilt Mortgage, charges minority borrowers substantially higher rates, on average, than their white counterparts. In fact, federal data shows that Vanderbilt typically charges black people who make over $75,000 a year slightly more than white people who make only $35,000.
Through a spokesperson earlier this month, Buffett declined to discuss racial issues at Clayton Homes, and a reporter who attempted to contact him at his home was turned away by security…

The Male Eunuch

"A man can be destroyed, but not defeated"
Male isolation and Masculinity

A Message From George Orwell To The Internet

"If you have an oppressive Internet, you have an oppressive society too. ...and don't give me that BS that you don't care about privacy because you have nothing to hide, that's pure double-think. As comrade Snowden clearly explained, that's like saying you don't care about free speech because you have nothing to say."

Yes, Virginia, The Jews Stole Christmas

By Professor Kevin MacDonald: A new book, Joshua Eli Plaut’s A Kosher Christmas: ’Tis the Season to Be Jewish, documents what we have known all along: The Jews did indeed subvert Christmas.  This book deserves a full review, but Ethan Schwartz’s summary and comment (“Twas the night after Christmas“) deserve scrutiny. 
First the summary:
Jews have been the vanguard of an effort to “transform Christmastime into a holiday season belonging to all Americans,” without religious exclusivity.  The most important Jewish mechanisms of secularization are comedy and parody, for laughter undermines religious awe.  Take, for example, Hanukkah Harry from “Saturday Night Live”, who heroically steps in for a bedridden Santa by delivering presents from a cart pulled by donkeys named Moishe, Hershel, and Shlomo.  Remarkably, Hanukkah Harry has emerged as a real Santa-alternative for many American Jews.  Plaut sees such things not as attempts at assimilation but as an intentional subversion of Christmas traditions.  “Through these parodies,” he writes, “Jews could envision not having to be captivated by the allure of ubiquitous Christmas symbols.”

A Christmas Letter For Fathers Alienated From Their Children

By Kate Winslet has been in the news lately, threatening to sue Fathers4Justice over an ad campaign criticizing comments she made in the media indicating she does not believe in shared parenting.
None of this 50/50 time with the mums and dads my children live with me; that is it.

The comments appeared in Vogue magazine, and Ms. Winslet does not deny that she uttered them.
Winslet, who has three children by three different fathers, may or may not be handling her family dynamics well, ensuring that her children continue to enjoy the undeniable benefits of a continued relationship with their fathers. That is a moot point. Winslet’s personal circumstances are irrelevant. What IS relevant is her assertion that shared parenting, this “50/50 time with mums and dads” – is negative and detrimental to children’s well-being.

“Oh, my God! Those poor children! They must have gone through so much”.
Says who? They’ve always been with me. They don’t go from pillar to post; they’re not flown here and there with nannies.

Killed ISIS Commander’s Cell Phone Shows Direct Ties To Turkish Intelligence

The Fifth Column Staff (TFC): An Islamic State commander was killed in Salahuddin province and his body was searched. A cell phone retrieved from the corpse revealed messages from Turkish intelligence services proving the NATO country was providing security for ISIS militants when they traveled between Turkey and Iraq. This is the second NATO country implicated in assisting the Islamic State’s troops. The first was Canada.
The IS commander was killed by Hashd al-Shaabi, a loyalist volunteer force. Jabbar al-Ma’mouri, a leader within the force made the announcement. He said, “The mobile phone also contains other important information which cannot be disclosed now, and it has been delivered to the specialized security groups for further scrutiny.”
Turkey and the Islamic State share two enemies: President Assad of Syria and the Kurdish people. This incident comes on the heels of the Turkish Air Force shooting down a Russian plane engaged in operations against the Islamic State. Ten days ago, Turkey invaded Iraq briefly. It sent its troops to within a few hundred miles of where the phone was recovered. Turkish artillery has also rained shells down on the Kurdish community of Kobane.
While the western media seems to be overlooking and downplaying NATO support for the Islamic State, some senior US officials are speaking out.

Know What Children Want For Christmas? A Family

By : I wrote this post on Boxing Day, back in 2012, and really, nothing has changed. Our oldest daughter is almost 14, and a truly lovely, giving, kind human being. She understands perfectly that while other kids get AirBooks, she got to have her mother with her at home, and has not an ounce of resentment or jealousy. Our son is almost ten, he still loves playing video games with his Dad, and he, too, understands that not growing up in daycare was the best gift he could ever have received. Our youngest daughter is seven, and she wants…. a duckling. A real live duckling.
We already have a rabbit, a cat, two birds and a fish. I’m afraid the duckling is not going to happen. Mommy and Daddy have enough pets to take care of! The Barbie Camper Van will have to do. I bought some plastic ducks for Barbie and Ken to enjoy.
We live in such a consumer society, saturated with untold luxuries, it’s easy to forget that what most kids want, at the end of each and every day, is love.

Our Christmas Of Heartbreak: Three Dads Share Their Stories

Ryan’s Christmas Story
I’m Ryan I’m 28 from Scotland. I was with my former partner for 8 years and we had 4 children together, 2 boys Riley and Dylan 8 and 6 and a boy-girl set of twins Kasey and Dominic 3.
After a holiday, myself and partner had a major argument that caused the end of the relationship and police involvement by my ex which caused me to be arrested for domestic assault for protecting myself.
I was found not guilty of this in Scotland.
Whilst this trial was going on my ex used a domestic abuse charity (Arch) to relocate, 250 miles away in or around Stoke on Trent . My ex partner has consistently lied to courts and lawyers and this has caused me to not have any contact with my children since June 2014 (which was only for 15 mins).
I have had to travel to Stoke 3 times now with my 4th court date to get access to my children on January 26th. It costs over £150 each time I go to court and have been fighting it all myself, although I have a full time job in the NHS. I am losing over half my earnings to CMS and cannot afford a lawyer.
I feel I am fighting a losing battle and at the end of the day I just want to be a father to my four beautiful children. I am certainly not an abusive person as I was accused of and cleared of but it continues to be held against me leaving me depressed suffering anxiety and generally having an exhaustive time of it.
Ryan Lawson