17 Jan 2019

Europe Is On The Brink Of Collapse

'Through hundreds of years of indoctrination, we have become so used to it, that being charged interest for borrowing our own money, through an intermediary who does nothing, absolutely nothing but wait for profit to fall into its lap – has become the ‘normality’.'
By By Peter Koenig: The Empire’s European castle of vassals is crumbling. Right in front of our eyes. But Nobody seems to see it. The European Union (EU), the conglomerate of vassals – Trump calls them irrelevant, and he doesn’t care what they think about him, they deserve to be collapsing. They, the ‘vassalic’ EU, a group of 28 countries, some 500 million people, with a combined economy of a projected 19 trillion US-dollar equivalent, about the same as the US, have submitted themselves to the dictate of Washington in just about every important aspect of life.
The EU has accepted on orders by Washington to sanction Russia, Venezuela, Iran – and a myriad of countries that have never done any harm to any of the 28 EU member states.

Cassie Jaye On Feminism, Labels And The #MeToo Movement

Cassie Jaye speaks to an audience after a screening of “The Red Pill” on Sept. 8, 2018 at the University of Calgary, hosted by the Men’s Educational Support Association (MESA Canada), answering commonly asked questions about feminism, the #MeToo movement, false accusations and the impact of her film on the gender divide.

California Expected $1 Billion In Tax From Sale Of Recreational Marijuana; This Is What Actually Happened

Submitted by Jessia Rabe: $1 billion: that’s how much California initially anticipated receiving in annual tax revenue by legalizing the sale of recreational marijuana. Here’s what actually happened:
  • CA will likely bring in just under $500 million in marijuana tax revenue this fiscal year.
  • That’s lower than the $630 million forecasted in former Governor Jerry Brown’s budget.
  • Current Governor Gavin Newsom’s new budget projects the state will generate $355 million in marijuana excise taxes by the end of June according to press accounts.
That is worse than underwhelming. Consider that Washington State received $319 million in legal marijuana taxes and license fees in fiscal year 2017, while Colorado collected $247 million in 2017. They have populations of just 7.5 million and 5.7 million respectively. California is the largest US state with nearly 40 million people.

Snowball In Hell: False Rape Accuser Actually Sent To Prison

Sarah Jane Parkinson was jailed today for false rape allegations which had her ex-partner imprisoned for 4 months. Bettina talks to the man whose life Parkinson destroyed. ...Bettina Arndt announces her End Violence Against Everybody campaign. Sign her petition for evidence-based domestic violence funding. http://www.bettinaarndt.com.au/stop-v...

USA VAWA Suspended

By MRA-UK: There has been some excitement recently about the demise of VAWA in the USA. The celebrations may be premature, though the formal situation at present is that VAWA is no longer in force in the USA.
The Violence Against Women Act in the USA is not a permanent statute. It was first signed into law by Bill Clinton in 1994 (having been introduced by Senator Joe Biden in 1990). But it periodically requires reauthorisation by the US Government. It was required to be, and was, reauthorised in 2000 and 2005, with some additional tweaks. It next came up for reauthorisation in 2012, but the proposed extensions to the Act were contentious and the Act formally expired with the adjournment of the 112th Congress in 2012. President Obama reauthorised the Act in 2013.
VAWA’s next expiry date was 30 September 2018, but it was given a temporary stay of execution initially to 7th December 2018. As that date approached, a further extension to 21st December was authorised. (Some sources say that funding was actually authorised to 8th February 2019).
However, at that point – if my understanding is correct – further decisions on potential reauthorisations were overtaken by events, namely the US Government shutdown.

Deplatforming The Mensheviks

Max and Stacy stop in for a rest at a winery in Paso Robles to ask about the issues around agriculture and whether or not Trump’s trade war has impacted business. Before crossing into San Francisco, they stop in at Monterey to talk to economist Constantin Gurdgiev, who explains that modern America is eerily similar to the Soviet Union where dissent is suppressed, opinions are de-platformed and not all voices are allowed to be heard. The disconnect between reality and rhetoric gets wider and wider as a result of refusing to hear alternative ideas.

Gillette - The Ad Campaign We Now Regret

"Retrieve your balls from your wife's handbag Terry 'The Cuck Bitch' Crews!" Said Independent Man.

Gillette's new ad campaign may turn out to be
a case study in how to lose customers.