11 Feb 2016

See What Happens When College Kids Face Microaggressions

Triumph discusses gender identity, micro aggressions and trigger warnings with young US college voters.

Conditions For Anger

"Are you done crying, ready for change?" Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the reason that Americans are so angry and the role played by former President Bill Clinton on creating the conditions for their anger. In the second half, Max talks to Ellen Brown, author of “Web of Debt,” about the populist revolution, from Zio-Shill Bernie and beyond, and about the citadel being breached as Congress taps the Fed for infrastructure spend.

British Police Officers Will No Longer Automatically Believe Sex Abuse Claims From The Off, Says Met Chief As He Battles To Defend His Reputation Over Lord Bramall

By Mike Buchanan [J4MB]: In 2014 I wrote an article on how Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, Metropolitan Police Commissioner, was following feminist guidance on how to deal with sexual offence cases.

We all know how that’s worked out, including the recent case of a a 51-year-old man charged with raping a 60-something actress in the middle of a busy London train station, with CCTV cameras all around. CCTV footage showed the two of them walking in opposite directions, and the man not breaking his stride. He was holding onto a shoulder bag with one hand, and a newspaper with the other. There is no evidence the two of them even touched physically. These are all trifling irrelevances for a feminist-minded prosecutor, obviously.
The start of the article:

Police officers must be ‘good investigators’ when presented with allegations of sexual abuse and not simply believe them, the Met Commissioner has said.

Feminist Terminology 3: Privilege

"The idea of gender as a social construct also justifies massive really unlimited social engineering to change male and female roles. Without the concept of gender as a social construct much of feminism as we know it today would cease to exist." Professor Fiamengo discusses the first of five pernicious feminist terms: Privilege

Anita Sarkeesian Is Advising Twitter On Policing Free Speech

Twitter has recruited a feminist who thinks "everything is racist" and that criticizing feminism is hate speech to police its content. Paul Joseph Watson

Bernie Sanders And The Question Of Palestine

By Rania Khalek: At a March 1988 news conference endorsing Jesse Jackson’s candidacy for president, Bernie Sanders blasted Israel’s brutal treatment of Palestinian protesters as an absolute disgrace.”
The sight of Israeli soldiers breaking the arms and legs of Arabs is reprehensible. The idea of Israel closing down towns and sealing them off is unacceptable,” the then mayor of Burlington, Vermont, said to a gaggle of reporters.
Sanders was referring to the television images that shocked the world in those early months of the first intifada, of Israeli soldiers methodically breaking the limbs of Palestinian youths on the orders of then defense minister Yitzhak Rabin.

It's Way Past Time We Stopped Treating All Men As Sex Pests

The law is a assa idiot,” declared Mr Bumble in Charles Dicken's classic novel Oliver Twist, which was released 178 years ago to the month.

Bumble would have no doubt have added some choice expletives to his observation if he’d been in Blackfriars Crown Court in London last week, to witness the unjust case brought against Mark Pearson.
Pearson, a 51-year-old artist, was tried for a sex crime simply because he brushed past a female film star during rush hour at Waterloo Tube station without even breaking his stride.
His accuser (who shall remain anonymous for life) claimed Pearson penetrated her with three fingers for “two or three seconds”.
CCTV of the footage irrefutably backs Pearson’s account; it took a jury of nine women and three men just 90 minutes to unanimously reject the accuser’s version of events and find Pearson innocent.

Mr Pearson seen with his right hand on his bag strap on CCTV footage recorded at Waterloo Underground Station at 18:40:24

It’s Official: Cash Is Now Bankster Enemy Number One

First Major Bankster Offensive in War on Cash
By Don Quijones: Terrorists are no longer public enemy number one. Nor are drug lords, people traffickers, arms dealers, cyber terrorists, or any other unsavory do-badder. Today, the biggest threat to global peace and security is physical cash, a means of exchange that has flourished for over 4,000 years but which now stands accused of being the world’s biggest enabler of criminality.

A Criminal’s Accomplice

The latest person to publicly highlight the deadly threat posed by cash is Peter Sands, the former CEO of the British bank Standard Chartered, who just published a report for Harvard Kennedy School of Government imploring central banks around the world to stop issuing high-denomination notes and bills. They include the €500 note, the $100 bill, the CHF1,000 note and the £50 note.
“Such notes are the preferred payment mechanism of those pursuing illicit activities, given the anonymity and lack of transaction record they offer, and the relative ease with which they can be transported and moved,”