22 Nov 2019

Misfire Of Smear Job On Bettina Shames Prominent Feminist

Bettina Arndt with Sky News’ Chris Kenny about the hilarious misfire of Moira Rayner’s smear job over Bettina’s tweet praising firemen. Why do feminists see praising men as putting women down?

MGTOW Is Forever

'This offshoot of the hypergamy
mindset suggests that women are
nowhere as compassionate as the
feminine stereotype suggests, but are selfish in any number of ways.'
By : The internet has enabled hundreds of thousands of males around the world to have a unique conversation about the modern men’s liberation movement. In a matter of moments, they can visit a MGTOW – Men Going Their Own Way – website, reddit or Facebook group and engage with a knowledgeable and supportive community to learn about female nature, male self-ownership, and individual liberty. For a growing number of visitors, these truths, based on first-hand experience and studious research, have become the wisdom to live by.

Positive Discrimination!? - Mike Buchanan And Maria Beatrice Giovanardi


The Jewish Origins Of The Thought Police... And Why They Should Scare The Living Daylights Out Of Us

Orwell didn’t create the Thought Police out of thin air...
Authored by Jon Miltimore: There are a lot of unpleasant things in George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984. Spying screens. Torture and propaganda. Victory Gin and Victory Coffee always sounded particularly dreadful. And there is Winston Smith’s varicose ulcer, apparently a symbol of his humanity (or something), which always seems to be “throbbing.” Gross.
None of this sounds very enjoyable, but it’s not the worst thing in 1984. To me, the most terrifying part was that you couldn’t keep Big Brother out of your head.
Unlike other 20th-century totalitarians, the authoritarians in 1984 aren’t that interested in controlling behavior or speech. They do, of course, but it’s only as a means to an end. Their real goal is to control the gray matter between the ears.
“When finally you surrender to us, it must be of your own free will,”
O’Brien (the bad guy) tells the protagonist Winston Smith near the end of the book.