19 Sep 2017

Intrusion Into Men's Space: A New Wrinkle

Men Are Good!: Feminists have put much effort into dismantling male spaces. Where men gather, they protest. But all the while women's spaces are sacred and growing by leaps and bounds every day.

Marriage Only Favours Women MGTOW

Voluntaryism v Everything Else + Teachers v Bullshitters

Larken Rose: A rant for all those who are confused about all the various political labels, like anarcho-capitalism, anarcho-communism, anarcho-syndicalism, libertarianism, minarchism, nationalism, etc.

News: Sex Dolls Threaten Male Slavery + Woke Rabbis And Racist Lattes

Turd Flinging Monkey:
We all knew this was coming ... or not cumming as it were.

Geen & Gold + Demonic Possession + "It Is What It Is"

BLACKK CHRONICLE + SOLAR BLACK 
GlobalFaction

QUACK - William banzai7

Freedom Is A Myth: We Are All Prisoners Of The Police State’s Panopticon Village

"We're run by the Pentagon, we're run by Madison Avenue, we're run by television, and as long as we accept those things and don't revolt we'll have to go along with the stream to the eventual avalanche.... As long as we go out and buy stuff, we're at their mercy… We all live in a little Village. Your Village may be different from other people's Villages, but we are all prisoners.”— Patrick McGoohan
By John W. Whitehead: First broadcast in Great Britain 50 years ago, The Prisoner—a dystopian television series described as “James Bond meets George Orwell filtered through Franz Kafka”—confronted societal themes that are still relevant today: the rise of a police state, the freedom of the individual, round-the-clock surveillance, the corruption of government, totalitarianism, weaponization, group think, mass marketing, and the tendency of humankind to meekly accept their lot in life as a prisoner in a prison of their own making.
Perhaps the best visual debate ever on individuality and freedom, The Prisoner (17 episodes in all) centers around a British secret agent who abruptly resigns only to find himself imprisoned, monitored by militarized drones, and interrogated in a mysterious, self-contained, cosmopolitan, seemingly tranquil retirement community known only as the Village.

Why The Jewish Occupation Of Palestine Is No Accident

By Rod Such: As early as 1963 – four years before the 1967 War – the Israeli government was planning the military and administrative takeover of the West Bank, according to The Biggest Prison on Earth, a new book by the Israeli historian Ilan Pappe.
The Biggest Prison on Earth: A History of the Occupied Territories by Ilan Pappe, Oneworld Books (2017)
The planning for that operation – codenamed Granit (granite) – took place over a month on the campus of Hebrew University in the Givat Ram neighborhood of western Jerusalem. Israeli military administrators responsible for overseeing Palestinians within Israel joined military legal officials, interior ministry figures and private attorneys to create the judicial and administrative decrees required to rule over the one million Palestinians then living in the West Bank.
These plans were part of a larger strategy for placing the West Bank under military occupation. That strategy was codenamed the Shacham Plan for the Israeli colonel, Mishael Shacham, who authored it, and was formally presented by the Israeli chief of general staff to the army on 1 May 1963.
Pappe has long maintained that the 1967 War and the occupation that followed was not the “accidental empire” described by liberal Zionists.

Is There A Middle Ground When It Comes To Censorship?

Raging Golden Eagle: There is, but funny enough it's the censors that refuse to meet us half way. Because doing so would defeat the purpose of the censorship after all!

Jewish State Of Israel In The Levant JSIL Soldier's Explosive Tell-All: "Palestinians Are Right To Resist"

Empire Files: In a rare, candid conversation, Abby Martin interviews a former Israeli Army combat soldier who served as an occupier in Palestine’s Hebron City. Eran Efrati spent years as a sergeant and combat soldier in the Israeli military, but has since become an outspoken critic of the occupation of Palestine and Israeli apartheid. Efrati gives explosive testimony on the reality of his service and explains how war crimes are institutionalized, as well as how systematic the oppression against Palestinians really is in a war of conquest that will no-doubt be accelerated under the Trump Administration.

Why Don't We Hear About Men's Rights? - Marc Angelucci

Cassie Jaye: The Red Pill: Raw Files consists of never-before-seen footage from the making of The Red Pill documentary. This footage is being released for educational purposes, to inspire discussion and debate on gender issues.