21 Aug 2017

The Lincoln Myth: Ideological Cornerstone Of The America Empire

Lincoln is theology, not historiology. He is a faith, he is a church, he is a religion, and he has his own priests and acolytes, most of whom . . . are passionately opposed to anybody telling the truth about him . . . with rare exceptions, you can’t believe what any major Lincoln scholar tells you about Abraham Lincoln and race.”
–Lerone Bennett, Jr., Forced into Glory, p. 114
By Thomas DiLorenzo: The author of the above quotation, Lerone Bennett, Jr., was the executive editor of Ebony magazine for several decades, beginning in 1958. He is a distinguished African-American author of numerous books, including a biography of Martin Luther King, Jr. He spent twenty years researching and writing his book, Forced into Glory: Abraham Lincoln’s White Dream, from which he drew the above conclusion about the so-called Lincoln scholars and how they have lied about Lincoln for generations. For obvious reasons, Mr. Bennett is incensed over how so many lies have been told about Lincoln and race.

21st Century: ID Politics v The People

Listen to "Episode #199 - SUNDAY WIRE: 'Trigger Warning: ID Politics' with Gilad Atzmon and Jay Dyer" on Spreaker.
Patrick Henningsen with Gilad Atzmon and Jay Dyer: SUNDAY WIRE host Patrick Henningsen is joined by two incredible guests to discuss the disturbing political situation in America. In the first hour we’ll be joined by artist and the brilliant and controversial best-selling author and internationally acclaimed jazz artist, Gilad Atzmonto discuss Charlottesville and the problem of Left vs Right identity politics in the West, as well its roots in Jewish ID politics, and how society might be able overcome the downward spiral it currently finds itself in. In the second hour we’re joined by author and analyst, Jay Dyer, from JaysAnalysis.com to talk about America’s new culture wars and why Leftist activists are now pulling down statues across the country and how this might accelerate to more censorship and ceremonial ‘book burning’ activities. In the final segment, we hear a thought-provoking interview with an American man who managed to turn from hating all Muslims to adopting a more open-minded, civil approach to dialogue – proving that communication is the key to conflict resolution.

The ASA’s Report On Gender Stereotypes - It’s Scary

By Jordan Holbrook: I recently decided to donate a cursory glance to the report Depictions, Perceptions and Harm: A report on gender stereotypes in advertising by the Agenda Spreading Agency (sorry, Advertising Standards Agency) which, according to them, provides an evidence-based case for stronger regulation of ads that feature stereotypical gender roles or characteristics which might be harmful to people, including ads which mock people for not conforming to gender stereotypes”. Sounds very noble, doesn’t it? Well, I can confirm now, after having read the damned thing, the report is nothing more than virtue-signalling and feminist clap-trap. Yippee!
[This article is going to be a little longer than your usual The Backbencher post but, because I had to sit through and read all of the report, you can sit through and read all of my analysis. I hope you find my proposition acceptable.]
The report primarily discusses how adverts are harmful to people – oh, sorry, did I say people? I meant to say how adverts are harmful to women and how they perpetrate HAWG, which is like VAWG (Violence Against Women and Girls) but instead substituting the word Harm in place of Violence. Whilst they don’t specifically say HAWG, they continuously (I cannot stress that word enough) reference back to the harm faced by women, occasionally referencing men and boys but only to slap them back down (see p. 23 for several examples of this).

Black Emojis Are Racist Now

6oodfella: They just keep poking that white bear because they want the white bear to get angry and maul them. The white bear should just mock them, because that's all they're worth.

ANTIFART - William Banzai7

Women Statistically Much Safer, Physically And Sexually, Marrying Or Cohabiting With A Heterosexual Man Rather Than With A Lesbian

By: Taylor Larson:

  • Women are 2 times or more likely to be physically assaulted, beaten, or abused by a lesbian domestic partner than by a heterosexual male partner.
  • Women are about 10 times more likely to be sexually abused or raped by a lesbian domestic partner than by a heterosexual male partner.
  • Research exposing the epidemic of lesbian rape, sex abuse, and physical abuse of intimate partners has been ignored by the mainstream media and buried in academia due to political correctness.
  • Domestic abuse and sexual assault campaigns almost always involve imagery of a male perpetrator and a female victim. Very few campaigns focus on same-sex partnerships, which are statistically more violent than heterosexual relationships.
  • Women are statistically much safer, both physically and sexually, marrying or cohabiting with a heterosexual male rather than with a lesbian partner.

Who Writes The Fake News?

"We live in a world where the truth doesn't set you free, it gets you fired!"
The C.O.C.K Fairy: Police can't protect you from vigilantes when they are the prime targets and the lame-stream media is the new weapon.

MIke's [J4MB] Letter To The Spectator, In Response To An Absurd Article By Julie Bindel On Prostitution

By Mike Buchanan: In January 2014 Julie Bindel lied about her involvement with a website which I’d mentioned in the course of my speech during a debate at Durham University, and while she later apologized to me privately in a phone conversation, she declined to do so publicly. The story is here. She was a particularly worthy winner of our Toxic Feminist of the Month award.
Bindel’s article The ‘sex worker’ myth is in the current edition of The Spectator, a magazine to which I’ve subscribed for some time. The article is absurd on so many levels, little more than a series of unsubstantiated anecdotes – without evidence, I’ll assume most were invented by Bindel – and rehashing of long-discredited feminist narratives. It spans two pages in the print edition, and includes one (short) paragraph on boys being prostituted, as a way to batter alleged ‘powerful men’. There is not one sentence on adult male prostitutes, because that would derail the feminist narrative in itself.
I’ve just emailed the magazine (letters@spectator.co.uk) and invite you to do likewise. The content of my email:

Sir: As a subscriber to your magazine, and the leader of Justice for Men & Boys http://j4mb.org.uk, the only political party in the English-speaking world campaigning for the human rights of men and boys on many fronts, I am regularly appalled by the amount of absurd feminist narratives you publish.