15 Sep 2018

Ten Years Later - The Architects Of The Crash

Max and Stacy discuss the 10-year anniversary of the financial crash and how the architects of the crash, including Ben Bernanke, Timothy Geithner and Hank Paulson, are granted an OpEd in the NYTimes to plead for less democracy and more unaccountable economic powers to provide unlimited bailouts to their friends in the next financial crisis. In the second half, Max interviews Ken Silverstein of WashingtonBabylon.com about the Neocons behind the Cold War 2.0 and why the cold war was even wanted. They also ask how it is that Bill Kristol, the most neoconnish of all Neocons, has become a hero of the ‘liberal’ ‘resistance.'

Toxic Feminism

By : The damage that radical feminism has done to our education system is incalculable.  Yet the movement continues to grow exponentially, and gender studies faculties, which promote female empowerment at the expense of what is called “toxic masculinity,” continue to multiply.
Feminism has patently skewed the syllabus in the direction of gender asymmetry.  In the name of diversity, equity, and inclusion, women have progressively come to dominate campus life regardless of aptitude and competency.  Hiring protocols are female-friendly, as are faculty postings and grant opportunities.  Qualified male candidates need to make alternative arrangements.  (As Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute muses, in the prevailing climate, Einstein might have trouble getting hired for a professorship.)  Male students, already in declining numbers, are under threat of allegations of sexual assault or harassment, ad hoc tribunals, and arbitrary expulsion.  McGill University anthropology professor emeritus Philip Carl Salzman warns parents in a comprehensive essay for Minding the Campus, Your sons will learn they should step asideto give more space and power to females.”

The Bailouts For The Rich Are Why America Is So Screwed Right Now

'If you were close to power, you enjoyed unlimited rights and no responsibilities, and if you were far from power, you got screwed.'
Authored by Matt Stoller: Did they prevent a full-scale collapse? Yes. Was it necessary to do it the way we did? Not at all.
These guys got off pretty easy. (Photo by Scott J. Ferrell/Congressional Quarterly/Getty Images)
In 1948, the architect of the post-war American suburb, William Levitt, explained the point of the housing finance system. "No man who owns his own house and lot can be a Communist," he said. "He has too much to do."
It’s worth reflecting on this quote on the ten-year anniversary of the financial crisis, because it speaks to how the architects of the bailouts shaped our culture. Tim Geithner, Ben Bernanke, and Hank Paulson, the three key men in charge, basically argue that the bailouts they executed between 2007 and 2009 were unfair, but necessary to preserve stability. It’s time to ask, though: just what stability did they preserve?

Jordan Peterson Destroyes Reggresive BBC Reporter


Sloppy Seconds: Italy's First Sex Doll Brothel Raided And Shut Down After 9 Days

Men so fed up with ubiquitous gynocentrism and misandry that they would rather have sex with jizz covered mannequins ~ thanks feminism
By Tyler Durden: Sex doll brothel enthusiasts may want to rethink twice before burying their bologna, after Italy's first sex doll brothel was raided and shut down just nine days after opening, when it was found to be breaking Italian laws on "renting out accommodation" along with concerns that the dolls were improperly cleaned between uses, according to the Daily Mail.
Offering clients silicone models inside one of its eight private rooms, LumiDolls Torino was found to be breaking Italian laws on renting out accommodation.
The city's health authority is also investigating if the dolls in the secret establishment situated in the north-western city of Turin are thoroughly cleaned after each use. - Daily Mail