31 Oct 2016

‘The Woman Is A Disaster!’: Camille Paglia On Hillary Clinton

A wide-ranging interview with the iconoclastic professor

Talking to Camille Paglia is like approaching a machine gun: madness to stick your head up and ask a question, unless you want your brain blown apart by the answer, but a visceral delight to watch as she obliterates every subject in sight. Most of the time she does this for kicks. It’s only on turning to Hillary Clinton that she perpetrates an actual murder: of Clinton II’s most cherished claim, that her becoming 45th president of the United States would represent a feminist triumph.

‘The Red Pill’: The Movie Feminists Tried To Ban Gets UK Premier – On International Men’s Day

By Martin Daubney: The Red Pill – the inflammatory movie about Men’s Rights Activists that feminist protesters tried (and failed) to ban from Australia – is coming to the UK. 
We learned from the movie’s sole UK distributor that its British premiere is planned for November 19th – International Men’s Day – at London’s Soho Hotel.
This comes after three other London venues pulled the plug on The Red Pill after venue owners got cold feet about its “misogynistic” content.
Despite that, last night, a UK preview went ahead “without event” at the invite-only National Men’s Rights Working Forum in Bath.
Richard Elliott, who purchased the UK screening rights for £400 and is paying £1,200 of his own money to screen it, said: “It’s revolutionary. People were crying one minute, then giving a standing ovation the next. It’s going to ruffle a few feathers”.
Unlike any of its censorious critics, I’ve actually seen The Red Pill.
And it isn’t “MRA propaganda” – the movie features many voices fiercely critical of the men’s rights movement.

Ukrainians "Shocked" At Vast Wealth Amassed By Their Corrupt Politicians

By Tyler Durden: Ukraine is the latest country to discover that cronyism and corruption in politics pays - a lot - and is very unhappy about it.
As a result of an anti-corruption reform requiring senior Ukrainian officials to declare their wealth online, the local population has been been exposed to the vast difference between the fortunes of politicians and those they represent.
As Reuters reports, some declared millions of dollars in cash. Others said they owned fleets of luxury cars, expensive Swiss watches, diamond jewelry and large tracts of land - revelations that will crush public confidence in the authorities in Ukraine, where the average salary is just over $200 per month. Officials had until Sunday to upload details of their assets and income in 2015 to a publicly searchable database, part of an International Monetary Fund-backed drive to boost transparency and modernise Ukraine's recession-hit economy.
As in the US, the corruption starts (and ends) at the top, and the value of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko's assets soared despite economic crisis and conflict while those of other tycoons shrank in an annual wealth list published Friday.

On Being Aloof And Democratic

By Gilad Atzmon: In recent weeks, the Democratic Party campaign went out of its way in its attempt to implicate the Republican candidate with misogyny and sexism. This agenda backfired completely.
We have been learning from recent polls that white women are now returning to Trump and they are not alone. It is possible that the attempt to present Trump as a sexual predator, practically, led the attention to Bill Clinton, his problematic sexual history and his gruesome affairs with the likes of arch paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.  Needless to mention, Hillary Clinton’s connection with Anthony Weiner hasn’t helped either. Hillary Clinton and her campaign leaders have somehow managed to forget that people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.
The question that arises here is, why has the Democratic Party fallen into such obvious traps? Why would they, themselves, sabotage their own project?  
Hubris is the answer. The Democratic Party, in its current state is aloof. It is totally detached from the American social collective. It has invested in sectarianism, identitarian, and tribal politics.  It has become a mirror image of the Jewish political symptom. This is hardly surprising considering recent Jewish media  admissions that Clinton’s top five donors are Jewish billionaires.

Israel Lobby Lawsuits Aim To Slow Boycott In Spain

More than 50 communities across Spain have declared themselves free of Israeli apartheid.” 
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By Charlotte Silver: In July 2014, at the height of Israel’s bombardment of Gaza, Spain’s RESCOP launched a national campaign targeting local cultural institutions, businesses and associations, asking that they declare themselves “free of Israeli apartheid.”
That effort has since grown, in both size and kind. Today, there are more than 50 participating cities and towns across the country.
And it has sparked a reaction. RESCOP, which sought to build from scratch a popular embrace of the global boycott, divestment and sanctions movement (BDS), is now facing stiff opposition from ACOM (Action and Communication), a pro-Israel advocacy group that has benefited from the Israeli government’s recent attempt at countering the growing BDS movement.
It all started innocuously enough.

The Humanatee - The Shillary Scream + Clinton 419 - WB7

I Am Not A Consumer

DoctorRandomercam: I thought of making this the Shithouse of Horror episode, but it's not scary enough. Another video to come tomorrow. A longer one. Consider this the video for Halloween eve. Or Hallowe'en'en, as it were.

President Putin Asks US To Stop Provoking Russia

Via Paul Craig Roberts: Putin expressed hopes that a new US president will work with him to rectify the dangerous deterioration in relations between the US and Russia. Obviously, this cannot happen if the new president is Hillary.
Here is President Putin’s speech at Valdai:
Putin speech, Valdai 2016
JRL, October 29, 2016.
President of Russia Vladimir Putin: Tarja, Heinz, Thabo, colleagues, ladies and gentlemen,
It is a great pleasure to see you again. I want to start by thanking all of the participants in the Valdai International Discussion Club, from Russia and abroad, for your constructive part in this work, and I want to thank our distinguished guests for their readiness to take part in this open discussion.
Our esteemed moderator just wished me a good departure into retirement, and I wish myself the same when the time comes. This is the right approach and the thing to do. But I am not retired yet and am for now the leader of this big country. As such, it is fitting to show restraint and avoid displays of excessive aggressiveness. I do not think that this is my style in any case.
But I do think that we should be frank with each other, particularly here in this gathering. I think we should hold candid, open discussions, otherwise our dialogue makes no sense and would be insipid and without the slightest interest.