21 Apr 2017

Why Not A Probe Of ‘Israel-Gate’?

Special Report: As Official Washington fumes about Russia-gate, Israel’s far more significant political-influence-and-propaganda campaigns are ignored. No one dares suggest a probe of Israel-gate.
By Robert Parry: The other day, I asked a longtime Democratic Party insider who is working on the Russia-gate investigation which country interfered more in U.S. politics, Russia or Israel. Without a moment’s hesitation, he replied, “Israel, of course.”
Which underscores my concern about the hysteria raging across Official Washington about “Russian meddling” in the 2016 presidential campaign: There is no proportionality applied to the question of foreign interference in U.S. politics. If there were, we would have a far more substantive investigation of Israel-gate.

The Phalanx: MRAs And MGTOW

By : A recent post I made on Facebook about my belief that the MGTOW (Men Going Their Own Way) movement is indirectly helping the Men’s Rights Activist movement certainly generated some interest and interesting opinions.
This topic provoked some serious thought about not only how I see myself, as I’m connected and a part of both movements to different degrees, but also both communities in their entirety, especially within the context of Australia although I hope the same can be said worldwide.
First (and I need to tread carefully here), I was brought to both movements from a place of sheer disbelief and pain at the way I was treated personally. I never wanted the Red Pill. I say this with absolute conviction. I would have been quite content being in the horrible situation I was in prior to all this. One day I hope I am free to write in full about the situation, however a lot can be inferred by the issues most important to me.
Six months on, my life has taken a completely new direction. One I never foresaw, which is ultimately far more fulfilling than I had thought possible when my journey started. My passion, energy and activism have all led me toward the path I now walk.

'Liberal' College Promotes Inclusiveness Through Segregation!

'Liberal' college promotes inclusiveness through segregation! Regards, Bearing.

A Modest Proposal Regarding Male Disposability

By : For those slow on the uptake, the following piece is satire. It provides an opportunity for young and old men to reflect on the way they treat each other. Eds. 
Old men have sent young men off to war as long as there have been wars. Today the alter cockers are still hollering for blood. Remember Will Rogers, who never met a man he didn’t like? Well, Senator John McCain (R- AZ, age 80) never met a country he wouldn’t like to invade.
Sure, it’s easy to advocate foreign wars when you don’t have to fight them. Old men don’t fight wars, but some of them fought when they were younger. Some shudder at the memory of it and wouldn’t wish it on anyone else; others say something to the effect of, “I did my part, now it’s your turn, young man. I’m not asking you to do anything I didn’t do myself.”

Trump Reignites US War On Weed + Canada Will Become First G7 Nation To Fully Legalize Weed This Year

"Non-violent drug offenders
should be placed in a hospital/prison."
Says Trump's new drugs tzar.

TFN - True Fake News

Gary Orsum: The latest from the TFN news desk.

MGM: Claimed Medical Benefits - Part 3

By William Collins aka MRA-UK: Heather Hironimus of Florida did not want her son circumcised. The boy’s father, who was not married to the mother, wanted him to be circumcised. The courts ruled that he should be. When Heather Hironimus continued to refuse to consent she was jailed. The judge said that she would be imprisoned indefinitely until she offered the signature of consent. After nine days inside, she signed – the above photo records the joyous event. What a triumph for American justice, and a whole new meaning to the word “consent”. But at least it was in a good cause, eh?

The War Against Boys & Men - Student Speakers Forum

A Stiff Upper Lip Is Preferable To Harry’s Emotional Incontinence

By Kathy Gyngell: If Harry is a victim of anything it is of the celebrity ‘me culture’, the one that, since his mother bared her soul to the nation in an interview with Martin Bashir in 1995 (that also left her eldest son deeply upset and which she later is said to have regretted), turned emoting into a national pastime.
Diana’s subsequent death catalysed an incontinence of grief that Oliver James identified in Britain On The Couch and which he blamed on our consumer oriented but spiritually bereft society. In the intervening years public vigils, candle lighting and group hugs have come to be the compulsory communal response to death and terrorist attack alike.
Now 20 years on, Prince Harry has chosen to tell the nation that the couch is the answer to the mental health problems we are told half of us suffer from. He adjures us to think more, not less, about ourselves. He felt so much better after therapy, so we should all be at it. The pearl of wisdom His Royal Highness has to offer is that sharing our feelings will solve misery and mend mental ill health to boot.