14 Jun 2017

The Wagner Hitler Loved

"Wagner sought to highlight the involuntary repellence possessed by Germans due to the nature and personality of the Jews. Wagner perhaps had in mind Mendelsohn’s violin concerto. ...You won't hear it in Israel where Wagner is banned, but wherever his heroic vision sounds forth beyond Israel's borders. It reveals by sharp relief the sterility of a barren Jewish state of mind." Said ex-Jew Nathanael.

Karen Straughan: Why Marriage Is Too Risky For Men

Via J4MB: A day or two before the recent conference, Karen Straughan spoke at the Sydney Institute on the topic, Why Marriage is too Risky for Men. The podcast (60:31) is here.

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Meet Jemma Beale, British State Sponsored Misandrist

Jemma Beale, the 25-year-old lesbian who, made up rape and sexual assault claims against FIFTEEN different menand sent an innocent man to jail for seven years' with the willing support and encouragement of 'Duluth model' trained British state actors.

Fake News Reports On ‘Defeat’ Of Philip Davies MP Expose Full Extent Of Misandrist Jewish Controlled Media Bias

By HEqual: One of the more notable aspects of the recent UK election was the campaign in the Shipley constituency, a seat held by Philip Davies since 2005. In addition to rivals from Labour and the Lib Dems, Davies was challenged by Sophie Walker, leader of the Women’s Equality Party due to his supposed “misogyny”. The WEP’s targeting of Davies was rather curious, as they were unable to come up with a single example of sexism by the MP in his twelve years in Parliament. Thus, what they were doing was completely fraudulent from the very beginning, but their attention seeking antics did generate significant media interest, with reporting from newspapers, the BBC, NBC and even a visit to the constituency by veteran reporter Michael Crick for Channel 4:
On election night itself, interest in the seat massively increased upon the “news” that Davies had been defeated.

Taboos And Booze For The Masses

Introduction by GA: In the following extract Taxi  (Plato's Guns) digs into the meaning of Jewish power. If Jewish power is thereto  silence criticism of Jewish power, Taxi bravely points at the core of that power. You can read the entire article on Plato's Guns website and engage in a lively discussion. 
Taboos And Booze For The Masses
By Taxi: If you find this statement antisemitic, if you disagree with the facts and statistics that identify American Jews as heavily dominating or fully controlling American Media, Banking, the Judiciary and American Culture (Hollywood/Education/Book Publishing) – controlling through the Jewish lobby our Congress, the Senate, the Pentagon, Policing and Intelligence Agencies as well – if you are still in denial of the above facts, then this article is not for you. The above facts are not up for debate, they are easily verifiable and by now common knowledge even among the uninformed, as evidenced a-plenty by the incessant chatter on this subject on local and worldwide Social Media outlets.

Jordan Peterson: Why There Are So Few Women At The Top

Gravitahn: Jordan Peterson on gender equality, the different choices men & women make, and the reasons so few women are in positions of power. Most people get the "equity" or "gender parity" part precisely backwards, asking why there are so few women at the top, when in fact the real question is why are there any people at all crazy enough to accept the burdens of being in those top positions.

Trapped And Traumatized In Gaza

By Sarah Algherbawi: Samih is demoralized.
Two years ago, he graduated with an engineering degree from the Islamic University of Gaza. Despite applying for many jobs, the only work he has found has been as a casual laborer. The pay has only been enough to provide him with some pocket money and let him buy cigarettes.
“For a decade now, the Gaza Strip has gone from one crisis to another. Every day you wake up to hear of new crises: wage cuts, electricity cuts, problems with water, lack of medicines, closed crossings. Everything just makes us feel more and more hopeless here.”
Samih has tried to leave Gaza via the Rafah border crossing. His plan was to travel through the crossing – which separates Gaza and Egypt – and then towards Turkey.
But the Egyptian authorities have blocked him.
With Gaza under an Israeli siege for the past 10 years, Rafah has been the only exit to the outside world for most of Gaza’s 2 million inhabitants. Yet Egypt has compounded the siege by sealing its border.
“It’s a cruel feeling to go from being young, active and full of hope to being depressed,” Samih said.

Things I Wish My Father Had Told Me - The Breath

Men Are Good!: This video looks into the fascinating world of how our breath is connected to our emotions and our feeling good. Our fathers didn't tell us this because they didn't know. It offers a very simple breath you can use to work to increase your calmness.