16 Feb 2016

Gender Pay Gap Explained - Men Work Longer Hours In Tough Jobs

By We are having one of our regular drumbeats about the gender pay gap, with the BBC singing the chorus and the liberal media playing the tune.
The reality is that from 20-39 women are paid marginally more than men. By their late 30s the choices which women have made around their children and family start to be reflected in what they are paid for their work
We have a wage gap because women prefer shorter hours, flexible and not too demanding employment, and they don’t like to travel far to their work. They are much more likely to work part-time encouraged by the fact that they are paid 5.7 per cent more than men for this. Women choose jobs which they can fit around their families and children. They prefer to work with people, which encourages them into less lucrative sectors of the employment market. Men are happier to work with things.
The idea is that we are paid the same for work of equal value. However equal value is not determined by market forces but by what women consider fair. That men are more likely to relocate or spend longer travelling to work, work outside doing strenuous and frequently hazardous activities, the fact that they work longer hours and do more overtime – none of this seems to be factored in when determining the value of work.

Unintended Consequences Of Economics Goals

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss unintended geo-economic and financial consequences of trying to treat economics and politics as a science. They note the capital flight from Italy and Spain; and the growth of deposits in Russia due to sanctions. They also look at the lawsuit by American victims of Mexican drug cartels against HSBC, who they allege directly committed an act of terrorism. In the second half Max interviews Mitch Feierstein of PlanetPonzi.com about the Fed’s attempt to taper a ponzi, the market chaos it has caused and the negative rates trying to stop the debt deflation.

666: Latest Version Of Monopoly Is Called “Ultimate Banking” And Is Completely Cashless

By Michael Krieger: The war on cash has been in the works for a very, very long time, but the propaganda campaign to convince an always gullible public to accept the scheme seems to have been hatched in earnest late last spring. For example, here are a few excerpts from the post, Martin Armstrong Reports on a Secret Meeting in London to Ban Cash:

Martin Armstrong noted at the time:
I find it extremely perplexing that I have been the only one to report that there is a secret meeting in London where Kenneth Rogoff of Harvard University and Willem Butler the chief economist at Citigroup will address the central banks and advocate the elimination of all cash to bring to fruition the day when you cannot buy or sell anything without government approval.

Uncut For Palestine With George Galloway

In a far reaching interview London Mayoral Candidate George Galloway talks about the Balfour declaration, Zionism, Palestine, international justice and much more.

Uncompromising Positions

By : The Men’s Human Rights Movement (MHRM) has been subject to all manner of criticism over the years, much of it libellous mischaracterizations intended to demonize its adherents as rape apologists who are reacting to the loss of unearned male privileges by attempting to silence women and make the world less safe for them. These critics are completely unfazed by the fact that none of them can offer any valid examples of MHRAs doing any such thing. This is because feminists regard lying to protect their precious narratives as acts of ideological heroism – necessary and commendable – and when the lies begin to founder, shame, shame and shame again. Being honest never seems to occur to them.
However, a good deal of the criticism aimed at the MHRM comes from well-intentioned voices within the movement, as well as from sympathetic views close to it. This criticism is often concerned with the uncompromising positions of ‘A Voice for Men’ (AVfM) and how it may be misunderstood or misinterpreted by the public as a whole, particularly those popularly described as ‘fence-sitters’, as being too harsh, accusatory and confrontational.
This criticism is often accompanied by calls to keep in mind that most people outside the MHRM are blithely ignorant of many of our ideas and concepts and that uncompromising positions appear to hold such people accountable for their ignorance.

Corbyn And The Jews - Now A Fruitful Dialogue

'We will see more of Corbyns groveling
and humiliation in the near future.'
By Gilad Atzmon: This week the Jewish Chronicle  (JC) reports that Jeremy Corbyn, our revolutionary Labour Leader, has finally met with the UK ultra Zionist BOD (Board Of Deputies Of British Jews).
After the meeting BOD’s president Jonathan Arkush told the JC,  "we had a positive and constructive meeting and were pleased that Mr. Corbyn gave a very solid commitment to the right of Israel to live within secure and recognised boundaries as part of a two state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict.”
Good to know that Corbyn, a long time supporter of the Palestinian Solidarity Campaign (PSC), is so committed to the existence of the Jewish State. 
Arkush announceed that Corbyn supports Jewish blood ritual such as ‘brit milah’  and Jewish sadistic butchery known as ‘shechitah.’  According to the JC. "Mr Corbyn affirmed his support for shechitah, brit milah and Jewish faith schools.” It is perhaps another sign of progress that the new radicals can tolerate some inhuman measures.