8 Feb 2017

MGTOW Super Bowl Commercial

So-Called Feminist MPs Ignore Scourge Of Muslim Sharia Courts And Judaic Metzitzah B'peh MGM Culture

'Philip's key point is about feminist MPs not being willing to challenge religious lobbies, but the same is true of ALL MPs and peers with respect to MGM.'
By Philip Davies MP: It has happened pretty quickly – just week three on the Women and Equalities Committee and I have seen what a pathetic sham the self-styled feminists in Parliament really are.
If it was funny, you would have to laugh; but actually I found it utterly disgusting and depressing.
So what do our usual suspect vocal feminists in Parliament do when women’s basic rights are in competition with another of their politically correct shibboleths? The answer is absolutely nothing.
The wonderful Crossbench Peer and Human Rights campaigner, Baroness Cox, has introduced a bill which would ban Sharia Councils from making decisions in the UK.
In advance of its second reading she held a meeting for all Parliamentarians to hear from three Muslim women their harrowing stories of how they had been treated by Sharia Councils in the UK, and how the UK courts were respecting the decisions made by them.
These extremely brave women told us how they were forced into marriage at gunpoint, how they were betrothed to men from Pakistan simply so they could move to the UK, how their husbands refused to touch them if they went to university because that made them dirty – and how men could divorce women simply by saying “I divorce you” three times, but women have nothing like the same rights.

Audi Super Bowl Commercial Pushes Feminism

ABitOfBritt: Laughing at the feminist Audi Commercial. - Dear Companies: Please just sell your products and entertain! ENOUGH with the politics.

Moral Supremacy And Mr. Putin

By Patrick J. Buchanan: Is Donald Trump to be allowed to craft a foreign policy based on the ideas on which he ran and won the presidency in 2016?
Our foreign policy elite’s answer appears to be a thunderous no.
Case in point: U.S. relations with Russia. 
During the campaign Trump was clear. He would seek closer ties with Russia and cooperate with Vladimir Putin in smashing al-Qaida and ISIS terrorists in Syria, and leave Putin’s ally Bashar Assad alone.
With this diplomatic deal in mind, President Trump has resisted efforts to get him to call Putin a "thug" or a "murderer."
Asked during his taped Super Bowl interview with Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly whether he respected Putin, Trump said that, as a leader, yes.
O’Reilly pressed, "But he’s a killer, though. Putin’s a killer."
To which Trump replied, "There are a lot of killers. We’ve got a lot of killers.
What, do you think our country’s so innocent?"
While his reply was clumsy, Trump’s intent was commendable.

The Past, Present And Future Of Goldman Sachs - Nomi Prins

Corbett: Of all the investment banks on Wall Street, Goldman Sachs enjoys the most incestuous relationship with Washington, where it has a revolving door at the Treasury Department. As a former managing director at the firm, Nomi Prins is uniquely situated to discuss that relationship and what makes the revolving door so insidious. She outlines the firm's past and explores its future with her latest article, "On The Goldmanization Of President Trump."

College Professor Exposes Women’s March On Washington

C. Ervana: Feminism is a literal cancer to the West. functions very much like cancer does inside the body. Many do not recognize how destructive feminism is: it encourages women to seek "independence" from men in exchange for reliance on the state. This is what the speeches of Chelsea Handler, Ashley Judd, and Scarlett Johansson were all about. Feminism has bred a monster of self-victimized, far-too-privileged women who fabricate rape claims to get attention and demand more entitlements.

Feminists Want Women To Stop Having Sex, Doing Chores, Because Trump

'Women who are witholding sex from their partners may need to provide them with a full bullet point “cheat sheet” so they know exactly what’s at stake.'
By Emily Zanotti: Feminists and women’s rights activists have announced the follow up to the Women’s March on Washington: a “Women’s Strike” planned for March 8th, where women who oppose Donald Trump’s “misogynistic, homophobic, transphobic and racist policies” will stop doing chores, attending work, and even having sex with their partners in a show of how much women matter.
The idea, which took eight feminists to come up with, is that men and other assorted non-gendered partners should be made to feel what will happen when women become so oppressed that they disappear.
The strike, they say, is not just about Donald Trump, but about all men—and even collaborating women—who are contributing to the swift decline of women’s rights worldwide. “While Trump’s blatant misogyny was the immediate trigger for the huge response on 21 January, the attack on women (and all working people) long predates his administration.”
According to the manifesto, it isn’t even technically about women’s rights, or even reproductive rights—its an “intersectional” movement that bleeds over into all aspects of social justice.

Mangina Of The Year Awards 2016: We Have A Winner!

Raging Golden Eagle: To nobody's surprise, Pierre Trudeau's wife's son so thoroughly beat off all of his competition that I couldn't imagine a more deserving recipient of this prestigious award this year. Congratulations, you've earned it! Hopefully you will get similar results in all of your endeavors!

Topsy–Turvy World

Max & Stacy discuss corn-fed cannibals and copyright-protected Mickey Mouse. Max interviews former market maker at the Pacific Coast Exchange and ex-Barron’s journalist, Rick Ackerman of RickAckerman.com. They discuss Trump, trade deals, and taxes.

Bianco Footwear Advert Glorifies Violence Against Men

Via Tony Stott, J4MB: A video (1:36) on the Facebook page of Bianco Footwear. Scroll down to the piece posted 23 January, ‘Equal Pay is Not Enough (#WomenNeedMore)’. It’s had over 2.6 million views in the space of two weeks, presumably overwhelmingly among women, who will have learned that if they’re not happy about something (however fictitious – the feminist gender pay gap narrative, in this case) it’s the fault of men, so it’s perfectly OK to smash a mug into a man’s face. The full idiotic narrative is here:

Listen up! There’s still not equal pay for equal work anywhere in the world.
And it seems most women are not even angry about it. But we should be. So let’s set a new goal.
From now on, equal pay is no longer enough.
Because women need more.
Our haircuts are more expensive.
Our underwear is ridiculously more expensive.
It’s simply more expensive to be a woman than to be a man!
Should we seriously get paid less than someone who applies body lotion to his face? [Eh?]
He doesn’t need a new outfit for every new occasion. [Ah, needs and wants. So easy to confuse the two…]