28 May 2019

Canaries In The Coal Mine

"Our politicians, civil services, charities and main stream commentators are feeding hoses down the shaft and our public are saying 'turn the taps on', or turning a blind eye, seemingly unaware that in that hole reside our civil liberties. There is no moral right not to be offended, in fact it's incumbent upon a free society to regularly inflict offence on as many members as possible, as regularly as possible!" Said Elizabeth Hobson.

View Documentary On Gaza Concentration Camp PBS Pulled

PBS stations around the U.S. were scheduled to show a riveting new Frontline documentary, “One Day in Gaza,” but at the last minute PBS pulled it.
The film is missing important context about the issue, but it includes footage that Americans, as Israel’s top funders, should see – including a young, unarmed teen being shot in her head by a Jew.
BBC, the coproducer of the film, broadcast it to British viewers. We are posting it below so that Americans can also view it.

The Death Of A Woman

'Many passive, gentle natured, physically weak males have been viciously murdered here in Melbourne through the years. Someone’s son, brother, father or grandpa bashed, stabbed, shot, burned, tortured and dumped in some godforsaken location. ...But, each of these innocent victims had a penis.'
By : I have never met Inspector Andrew Stamper. I can only judge his character by reading the words that he speaks in public. Yesterday, he spoke about the murder of a young woman in Melbourne, Australia. He said:
“This is a horrendous crime, as all murders are, and particularly the murders of women.”
Read it again. Reflect upon his words. Imagine you are a parent who has recently lost a beloved son to a random act of violence. A young man who never harmed a hair upon another’s head. A young man with enormous potential and a future which promised so much. He was bashed to death in a public toilet. His skull caved in by the kicks rained upon his unprotected head.

Why Assange Prosecution Is Complete Bullshit!

Jimmy Dore

Men. Women. Relationships. Surviving The Plague Of Modern Masculinity - Book Review

By : It’s with some excitement that I get to announce the release of a new book on the topic of men and relationships, penned by an author who has studied and expounded on this vexed topic for over 20 years.
The timing of this book couldn’t be better, with relationships between men and women increasingly severed from the gendered customs that once sustained them. The myths that once guided us toward mature, sustainable love are now cut to the quick by the sword of postmodernism. The result of that assault renders modern relationships chronically disoriented; in decay. This is not to say that relationship models of the past were without serious flaws and oppressive proscriptions. However, such complaints, while important, pale in comparison to the potential squandered by postmodern struggles; relationships concerned solely with power and control. We’ve traded in love and mutual reliance for a gender war, waged in an atmosphere of unabashed, socially sanctioned misandry.
Welcome to the brave new world.