7 Aug 2016

The Coriolis Effect: A Book Review

By The Coriolis Effect, by JT, will sweep you through its 310 pages with the force of a nor’easter howling through the concrete canyons of New York City. That in itself is an impressive accomplishment given the complexity of the story. It’s a crime novel that includes all the crucial elements – sinister characters, betrayal, avarice, gruesome, exquisitely explicit violence and in the end a justice of sorts. The heart of the story, though, the core around which the vortex of carnage and criminality swirl, is the infinitely more labyrinthine connection between a father and son stranded at the edge of estrangement. JT paints this world of missed opportunities, of grief and the brutal weight of silence, with deftness and courage. And he does so with the understanding that only a man can possess.
Even more to his credit, the author injects, sometimes forcefully, an unflinching examination of what most great novelists will never touch: feminism’s corrosive effect on men and masculinity.
For some, this may feel awkward at times. Those uninitiated in the politics of gender might even conclude that an agenda has been forced into the narrative, like a Shakespearian soliloquy laced with passages about global warming.

The Shocking Truth About How Much More Dangerous Alcohol Is Than Weed!

MrMadness Sotomayor said. "You may not like weed,
but after this will you still get behind alcohol?"

ISIS Explained

"It's disgusting that people have been conned into think that Muslims have anything to do with this."
By Ken O'Keefe - Produced by ZionistWatch.

Palestinians Inside Israel Are Under Attack

By Jonathan Cook: Was it meant as an epic parody or an insult to his audience’s intelligence? It was hard to tell.
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu took to social media to apologise for last year’s notorious election-day comment, when he warned that “the Arabs are coming out to vote in droves” – a reference to the fifth of Israel’s population who are Palestinian.
In videos released last week in English and Hebrew, Mr Netanyahu urged Palestinian citizens to become more active in public life. They needed to “work in droves, study in droves, thrive in droves,” he said. “I am proud of the role Arabs play in Israel’s success”.
Pointedly, Ayman Odeh, head of the Palestinian-dominated Joint List party, noted that 100,000 Bedouin citizens could not watch the video because Israel denies their communities electricity, internet connections and all other services.

Domestic Abuse Against Men

"Women, women, women. Male abuse is often forgotten about or ignored and even mocked. Male abuse centers don't receive enough funding to be a reality, in fact there is an instance of someone trying to open a male abuse center, it being shut down due to lack of funds and the owner killing himself." said Shoe0nHead.

Buzzfeed’s 50 Shards Of feminism

By : What makes one a feminist, or proves the depths of one’s commitment to feminism? Let’s take a look.
Does one’s knowledge of feminism make one a feminist? I know several anti-feminists like Karen Straughan and Janet Bloomfield who are anti-feminist in large part because of their deep understanding of feminism. Even a neutral non-feminist might have a lot of information about feminism and not adhere to that philosophy, just as one can cite scripture and not be Christian.
So how about one’s feelings of sympathy for and about women – do feelings make one a feminist? Again, the answer is no: many traditional gynocentrists care deeply about the welfare of women and reject feminism out of skepticism over feminists’ treatment of women as a sort of deficient mini-man who just needs to develop a more manly lifestyle to be as valued as a man is valued.
By what standard of action or belief does one become a feminist? Most feminists point to the dictionary definition of feminism and relentlessly insult and otherwise shame women and men who reject the label “feminist.” Yet, many people who say they favor women’s legal and social equality still reject the feminist label. One can know a lot about cancer without being afflicted with it, and one can covet immortality without making the connection that cancer cells are immortal.

Great Period Of Instability

Max and Stacy discuss the Great Period of Instabilityand the $24 trillion rollover risk as interconnected disasters in the global economy. Max then talks to Reggie Middleton in Bryant Park, NY, about there being no such thing as negative interest rates and how the German taxpayer will go broke before Deutsche Bank does. Max talks to Valentin Schmid of the Epoch Times about the trillions of bad debts in the Chinese banking system and what plans the Peoples Bank of China has for dealing with it.

How Much Of A Feminist Am I?

6oodfella: There's only one way to find out, by taking a test created by ideological bigots.

Anil Kumar - The International Men's Conference In London

‘Organizational models that made the difference:
Success stories in India’