22 Jan 2017

India - Crime Of The Century - Financial Genocide

By Peter Koenig: A Financial genocide, if there was ever one. Death by demonetization, probably killing hundreds of thousands, if not millions of people, through famine, disease, even desperation and suicide because most of India’s money was declared invalid. The official weak reason for this purposefully manufactured human disaster is fighting counterfeiting. What a flagrant lie! The real cause is of course – you guessed it – an order from Washington. On 8 November, Narendra Modi, the Indian Prime Minister, brutally declared all 500 (US$ 7) and 1,000 rupee-notes invalid, unless exchanged or deposited in a bank or post office account until 31 December 2016. After this date, all unexchanged ‘old’ money is invalid – lost. Barely half of Indians have bank accounts.
The final goal is speedy global demonetization. India is a test case – a huge one, covering 1.3 billion people. If it works in India, it works throughout the developing world. That’s the evil thought behind it. “Tests” are already running in Europe.

Rhodanthe As Back-Biting Bitch: The Real World Of Byzantine Romance

In a twelfth-century Byzantine romance, Rhodanthe and Dosikles were passionately in love. Each was enthralled with the other’s beauty. Only a few weeks before Rhodanthe was to marry another, Dosikles with armed friends abducted her and carried her off across the sea. Bride abduction, even if consensual, was an offense incurring the death penalty for the man.[1] Rhodanthe praised Dosikles’s decisive amorous action:

Fare you well, brigands who practise sound brigandage
and who have carried out my own wishes,
kindly practitioners of a kindly abduction,
excellent despots in an excellent despotism. [2]
Despite not being formally married to Dosikles, Rhodanthe called him husband. Dosikles in turn regarded himself as eternally bound to Rhodanthe and preferred death to being separated from her.
The Byzantine romance of Rhodanthe and Dosikles isn’t just a romantic fairy tale. No flesh-and-blood human, not even a woman, is wonderfully perfect. With the pioneering literary realism of Theodore Prodromos, Rhodanthe occasionally showed that she could be a back-biting bitch.
Consider Rhodanthe’s words at a banquet celebrating the return of a long-lost son thought to be dead.

I Am Woman, Hear Me Whine + The UK Home Office On MGM Male Infant Ritual Genital Mutilation

Crowd Of 1,500 (Or Possibly 1,200) Feminist Zealots, Manginas And Children March Past Philip Davies’s Office In Shipley
My Mike Buchanan, J4MB: At the London conference six months ago, Philip Davies MP (C, Shipley) gave a speech on the Justice Gender Gap, in which he made some well-reasoned points about ‘feminist zealots’. A few weeks later the Guardian decided to mount an attack on him, with the aim of having the whip withdrawn, in which event he’d no longer have been a Conservative MP. It failed spectacularly. James Delingpole’s article for Breitbart was particularly memorable, and titled, “Feminazi Zealots Adopt Feminazi Zealot Tactics To Get An MP Sacked For Pointing Out Their ‘Zealotry.'”
A group named ‘Shipley Feminist Zealots’ was formed. Feminists are nothing if not utterly predictable.
Davies’s local paper, the Telegraph & Argus, yesterday published online an account of an anti-Trump and anti-Davies march past Davies’s office. The Google Alert mentioned 1,200 marchers, while the published piece claimed 1,500. Both numbers appear to be gross overestimates, judging by the six accompanying photographs.

What Was The Point Of The #WomensMarch?

6oodfella said. "Women couldn't organise a piss up in a brewery. ...Let's get together and make it all about our vagina. ...Everything has to be about your vadge all the time. ...Stay out of my vadge, but pay for my birth control." This is the first time I've witnessed a protest/march where not one of the participants even know why they're there. Enjoy.

German Press: "That Was No Presidential Speech; That Was A Declaration Of War"

By Tyler Durden: Following yesterday's openly confrontational, deliberately protectionist presidential address by president Trump, which in various circles has been dubbed the "American carnage" speech for obvious reasons, some of Obama's closest foreign friends are scrambling to find a role in a world that has drastically changed in less than 24 hours. One of them is the foreign leader whom Obama spoke to last before vacating the White House, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who vowed on Saturday to seek compromises on issues like trade and military spending with Trump, adding she would work on preserving the important relationship between Europe and the United States.
"He made his convictions clear in his inauguration speech," Merkel said in remarks broadcast live, a day after Trump vowed to put 'America first'.
Speaking at a news conference in the south-western town of Schoental, Merkel - and finding herself in a world where many of her "established" friends have been swept away by the tide of "populist anger" - suddenly struck a more conciliatory tone toward Trump than Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel, who on Friday said Germany should prepare for a rough ride under the new U.S. president.

Red Pill Movie In Norwich - A Personal Account

By : As I write, I’ve literally just got off the train from Norwich where I saw the first British screening of The Red Pill. It was a chance to meet Paul Elam and Mike Buchanan for the first time, along with many others I had known only online.
After the movie, I was asked several times what I thought about it. Words failed me then and I only managed say that it was fantastic. But it was more than that.
It’s rather like being asked, “So what are the issues in the men’s movement?”
Words generally fail me then too — “well, it’s everything,” I tend to say, uselessly.
After the movie, there was a question and answer session with a panel which included three shape-shifting feminists. I say “shape-shifting” because they seemed eager to inform us that we had got it all wrong, and that feminism isn’t primarily about gender at all, but class equality (hopefully there will be a video of this at some point).
My instinct was to pose a question, which I was regretting even as I asked as I belatedly realised that it would simply give them a platform they did not deserve. As one of them spoke down to us Neanderthals in the audience about the things she was going to say and do when she becomes a university lecturer, it seemed that it hadn’t dawned on her that she wasn’t the intended focus of the event.

“They Came To Conquer”

The Electronic Intifada: It’s not a state, or a government or forces that came to enforce the law. They came to conquer.”
That is how resident Raed Abu al-Qiyan described an Israeli police raid on his village, Umm al-Hiran, in the south of present-day Israel on 18 January.
The police were there to carry out demolition orders against 15 homes in the Palestinian Bedouin village, which the Israeli government aims to evacuate in order to establish a Jewish settlement in its place.

Jewish Israel’s Shadowy Role In Guatemala’s Dirty War

By Gabriel Schivone: Last year was a busy one for Guatemala’s criminal justice system.
January 2016 saw the arrests of 18 former military officers for their alleged part in the country’s dirty war of the 1980s. In February last year, two ex-soldiers were convicted in an unprecedented wartime sexual slavery case from the same era.
Such legal proceedings represent further openings in the judicial system following the 2013 trial and conviction of former head of state General Efraín Ríos Montt for genocide and crimes against humanity. Although the Guatemalan Constitutional Court very quickly annulled the trial (finally restarted in March after fitful stops and starts, but currently stalled again), a global precedent has been set for holding national leaders accountable in the country where their crimes took place.
And in November, a Guatemalan judge allowed a separate case against Ríos Montt to proceed. The case relates to the 1982 massacre in the village of Dos Erres.
Ríos Montt was president from 1982 to 1983, a period marked by intense state violence against the indigenous Mayan peoples. The violence included the destruction of entire villages, resulting in mass displacement.

Dead Extras Are All Men! MISOGYNY!

HoneyBadgerRadio: Join the Doge and Bunny as we look at a robust feminist study where despite a year full of SJW friendly film, women still have a long way to go as fictional characters because "WORDS". The best words. Tremendous words.


Max and Stacy discuss Obama and Clinton loyalists grappling with recession. Max continues his interview with Reggie Middleton of BoomBustBlog.com about the T’rash to follow Trumphoria.