22 Nov 2016

We Are All Deplorables

By Chris Hedges: My relatives in Maine are deplorables. I cannot write on their behalf. I can write in their defense. They live in towns and villages that have been ravaged by deindustrialization. The bank in Mechanic Falls, where my grandparents lived, is boarded up, along with nearly every downtown store. The paper mill closed decades ago. There is a strip club in the center of the town. The jobs, at least the good ones, are gone. Many of my relatives and their neighbors work up to 70 hours a week at three minimum-wage jobs, without benefits, to make perhaps $35,000 a year. Or they have no jobs. They cannot afford adequate health coverage under the scam of Obamacare. Alcoholism is rampant in the region. Heroin addiction is an epidemic. Labs producing the street drug methamphetamine make up a cottage industry. Suicide is common. Domestic abuse and sexual assault destroy families. Despair and rage among the population have fueled an inchoate racism, homophobia and Islamophobia and feed the latent and ever present poison of white supremacy.

Arguing With Karen Straughan And Alison Tieman! LIVE

The feminastys at youtube have banned Bearing!

Zionists’ Weapon Of Mass Destruction Against UK’s Left

By Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi: From Blairite to far-right, the British political elite is relishing having discovered the ultimate weapon of mass destruction to try and block the growth of a movement of the left around Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
All it needs to do is fire off round after round of unsubstantiated assertions of anti-Semitism, deploying circular and often contradictory arguments.
The left, so the mantra goes, has always been riddled with anti-Semitism. To deny this is, by definition, anti-Semitic.
Corbyn is in denial, according to his critics. The ardent pro-Israel advocate Howard Jacobson has accused him of belonging to the “more un-self-questioning wing of British politics.” Those words are probably more applicable to Tony Blair, the former prime minister and Corbyn’s arch enemy.
Jacobson, a novelist and academic, graciously allows in a recent opinion piece that Israel may be subjected to “fair and honest” criticism but asserts, in the face of reams of historical evidence to the contrary, that the Zionism which created and upholds the state is a “dreamy” and idealistic national liberation movement of the Jewish people that has nothing to do with conquest or colonial expansion.

Advice To Young Men: ‘Survival Techniques For Men To Protect Themselves Against Feminism’

J4MB: One of our contributors has prepared an impactful four-page brief. The first two pages are titled, ‘Advice to young men: Techniques to survive Theresa May’s and Alison Saunders’ Reign of Terror’, the final two pages are titled, ‘Survival techniques for men to protect themselves against Feminism.’
The document is not copyrighted and readers can download, print, and distribute as many copies as they like. Print them off and distribute them at events. Male university students may want to distribute them on campus. Male university students, male professionals and others who haven’t yet been catastrophically screwed over by the feminist system should take this valuable advice to heart.

Cosmo: Make Women Unemployable

"Cosmo magazine has produced
a propaganda indoctrination video
aimed at women!" Said johntheother.
It appears to be the goal of Cosmo magazine to make young women into such angry, intolerant and abusive people - that they are unable to function in the workplace.

Men’s Voices In Romanos The Melodist’s Kontakia On The Resurrection

Across nearly two millennia of literature, Joseph of Arimathea is relatively silent. Joseph took Jesus’s dead body down from the cross and wrapped it in his own linen. Another man, Nicodemus, provided about a hundred pounds of myrrh and aloes to preserve Jesus’s body. Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus together placed Jesus’s body in a tomb.[1] In literature invoking Christian figures, why haven’t these men been given more significant voices?
In a sixth-century kontakion of Romanos the Melodist, the guards at Jesus’s tomb offer profound insight into gender hierarchy. The guards were ordinary working men. They followed orders, endured dangerous, demanding work, and one turned over a large share of his earnings to support his ex-girlfriend and her child. The guards understood the prevailing gender hierarchy:

he {Jesus} was approachable by the women,
And to us wretched men he was not approachable,
that fiery one.
He conversed with them; he threatened death to us.

News: Winter Is Coming

Feminist Snow-removal Strategy
Brings Stockholm To A Standstill
Reality doesn't give a damn about your beliefs or your feelings.

Mother Gaiiia

Toronto-based artist Wave-Starr drops this psychedelic track (Mother Gaiiia) - Video directed by infamousellez.