Tuesday, 31 May 2016

It's Time For Libertarians To Be 'Mugged By Reality'

At a US Libertarian party convention, candidate and all around rascal John McAfee told party members they ought to be ashamed of their demographic composition:
Shame on Libertarians For Being White Males? Julie Borowski Responds to John McAfee

“When I first joined the Libertarian party, two things stood out very starkly. One, 75% of you are men. Number two, 99.8% of you are white. Shame on you.”

Shame on you?

Are these white male libertarians blocking others from joining the Libertarian Party?

Absolutely not. That has not been my experience. As a woman, I have been invited to speak at several LP state conventions this year. I even helped moderate a LP presidential debate in Illinois. If these white men are purposefully turning away women, it’s news to me.

Libertarians all want to expand our base. Instead of shaming us, show us how it’s done. Lead by example.
Despite constantly being accused of racism and sexism (as everyone who in any way opposes the establishment left wing is), libertarians are the most inclusive, race-blind, gender-blind people in the world. They would jump for joy if women flocked to their cause; they would hug any ethnic 'minority' who supported them. Unlike the leftist, who feigns concern for 'disadvantaged' groups in order to build political support for their bribery and extortion machine, libertarians are individualists and therefore truly support equality in the only sense it can exist in this world.

Why, then, is it that not every demographic group is in love with the libertarian ideal? Why is it that only filthy white men are interested? The first step to getting the right answers is to ask the right questions. (hint: I don't mean "how much more community outreach do we need").


A while ago I remember reading something Vox Day had written on America's moral decline from republic to empire, here:
It is now clear that one cannot catch Americanism. Just as the Irish, German, Scandinavian, and Italian immigrants never fully grasped the English concepts of liberty and limited government*, thereby transforming what had been a voluntary union of sovereign states into an involuntary empire ruled by a sovereign central government, the subsequent wave of immigration from Mexico and other third-world nations has transformed what had been a rich and powerful empire into an impoverished and corrupt one...

This is not to say that it was ever the intention of the various waves of immigrants to destroy the very haven they sought, it was merely the natural consequence of immigrants bringing their cultures with them, as they always do.
America, post revolution, is perhaps the best expression of libertarianism (liberalism, as it would have been called) humans have managed so far, taking into account the scale.
Even though libertarian ideas are as popular today as ever, no-one has managed a similar level of freedom/restrictions on government, either in the USA or anywhere else. I suggest there are two factors for this:

1. Agrarian nature of revolutionary America, versus Urbanised nature of modern dyscivilisation (independence vs mutual dependency)

2. Demographics of the people involved in making political decisions.
America was founded by Celts and Anglosaxons. Here is some interesting background info on the Revolutionary War. Ignoring the secret society chicanery and royal gang warfare on both sides, the fact is Scottish Americans played a major part in the revolution. (Not to say that Scots necessarily love liberty - quite the contrary, it's embarrassing how they have fallen for socialism in the present day. But that's another post.)

From there you can chart the history of waves of migration that have coincided with a change in public attitude and an increase in the scope of government.

Anyway, you ask, what has this got to do with libertarians? Any ethnic group can - at its worst moments - fall for statism, and therefore any ethnic group can - at its best moments - stand for liberty, right?

Well, that would be true if there was any historical evidence to support it. As libertarians clearly see, judging by the composition of their movement, not everyone is interested in individual rights, private property, and limiting government as much as possible. In fact, most of the world's people do not give a hoot about these ideals, instead preferring their own tribal interests. They only pretend to care about liberal ideals insofar as it benefits those tribal interests.

Individualism is not a global thing, it's a 'some white men and a few token others' thing. There is no evidence for other cultures showing equal interest in ideas of limited or no government.

I like libertarianism/classical liberalism. However, as its main proponents decline in numbers in 'their own' countries, and are replaced by other tribes who statistically do not care for liberty or equality of opportunity, libertarians need to face reality and accept that the future of their ideas absolutely requires the presence of people who, at least sometimes, take them on board.

Related - the 'coup' in Brazil
It is one of the truisms of politics that a conservative is often enough a former liberal who has been 'mugged by reality.' - Frank Gaffney

Monday, 30 May 2016

Links 30 May '16

Sanders to Trump: Let's debate in 'biggest stadium possible'

Sex Pistol John Lydon: Blowing whistle on Jimmy Savile got me banned from BBC

CIA Vet Announces Live on RT That All Terrorist Attacks in US Are False Flags

The amazing 146.9% voter turnout in Austrian district

Monsanto GMO Causes Irreversible Infertility New Bombshell Email Reveals

Huge Feminist Psy-op in Brazil

Disfiguring tropical bug spreads from ruined Syria

Minecraft creator Notch bashes 'mansplaining', Twitter brawl ensues (this is gold...love the faux outrage)

People getting sick of Zionism...or just sick in the head courtesy of tribe-run academia? (instead of blaming others, Mr Horowitz should see the connection between his marxist brothers and the end product, the moronic students. I don't support the destruction of Israel btw, it would mean millions more jews coming to Europe and America.)

Mark Dice - Twitter threatening to shut down my account and charge me with crimes!

Good news. Mainstream cuckservatives are yielding to the new right:
The Alt-Right Can Have the GOP
Re-Tribalizing America
Rachel Marsden: Time to shove the 'free love' generation out the door

How to eject the Cult of Nice

What the Bible really says about sex and marriage

Proof that native English are lazy! (to be honest, I'm not concerned by eastern European immigration)

The Mexico Way

Islam Is Not The Problem

The Truth About Angry Birds: The Movie

How to deal with violent SJWs - retaliation or pacifism? (one thing he overlooks is, upstanding people are not really scared of feminists, cuckolds, BLM or even Islam. They are scared of repercussions from the state and the tribe that influences the state, just like it repeatedly says in the Bible.)

Female CEOs earn more than men!

Uncharted 4's women characters angered a 'sexist focus tester,' Naughty Dog says (men always flee female dominated activities - the games industry feminises at its own risk)

Who really hates?

Four Lost Decades: The Bumbling Incompetence Of The Power Elite

Not only did they avoid another Great Depression by bold absurdity…giving the economy more of the one thing of which it clearly had too much – debt. They also carefully monitored the economy’s progress so as to avoid any backsliding into normalcy.

And where do we get this penetrating appraisal? From the Fed economists themselves, of course. Bloomberg:
“The U.S. Federal Reserve’s decisions to delay interest-rate hikes helped cushion the economic shocks caused by rapidly rising borrowing costs for U.S. companies from late last year through early 2016, according to economists at the New York Fed.

“By maintaining the federal funds rate lower, the FOMC managed to substantially offset the effect of tightening financial conditions on the economy,” the authors, referring to the rate-setting Federal Open Market Committee, wrote in a blog post on the bank’s website on Wednesday.”
They’re geniuses. No doubt about it. That’s why they’re in charge and we’re not. They’re the elite. They run the Deep State. They may not pay the piper, but they call the tune anyway. And good on them! Who knows what prices we might discover if we were left on our own?

Meanwhile, the security elite, too, has proven it cannot be trusted to protect a convenience store, let alone the nation. Trillions have been spent… thousands of people have been killed… offenses against man and God have been committed aplenty (in one case, the Pentagon water-boarded the wrong man 89 times in one month).

Perhaps Sanders and Trump are right; maybe it’s time to take a fresh look at the power elite and how they are running the country. That is the hope that is stirring the voters. But it’s rousing the Deep State to action, too.

“How to defeat rightwing populism” is a headline in the Deep State newspaper of record, the Financial Times, written by Elitist-in-Chief, Martin Wolf. “How to protect the status quo” is his real challenge.

He readily acknowledges the charges against him and other insiders: “[T]he greed, incompetence, and irresponsibility of elites.” This has “brought great populist rage,” he admits.


The Web They Want: How a twitter wordsearch justifies internet censorship

"Earlier this year the Guardian launched their new campaign – “The Web We Want”. It’s an agenda driven campaign to suppress free speech and protect the ancien media regime from the alt-news revolution, in the name of protecting ethnic minorities, female writers and the LGBT community from the all the hate that pours out of the privileged fingertips of all the white men on the internet.

We have written extensively on what the Guardian really means by “the web they want”. We know their statistics are a farce and can see through their editorial double talk. Their place in a planned roll out of an idea is obvious, coinciding with political climbers from all parties making speeches attacking free speech in the name of freedom. Banning liberty because…won’t somebody please think of the children!

When the Guardian talks about “taking action” against internet abuse, we know what they mean. They mean censorship. There’s nothing more need be said. But this latest story cries out for a response.

Apparently by tracking the number of tweets that use the word “slut” or “whore” you can track the “huge scale” of social media misogyny. Yes, seriously:

The study monitored the use of the words “slut” and “whore” by UK Twitter users over three weeks from the end of April. It found that 6,500 individuals were targeted by 10,000 aggressive and misogynistic tweets in that period.

The study, conveniently published the day before Yvette Cooper launches her “Reclaim the Internet” movement, is rather vague on the details..."


Fun Game - Stormfront or SJW?

This reddit is by proxy a good source for the most outrageous cultural left-wing comments.*

Featuring such classics as,
Another traitorous ______ sympathizer. ____ women in interracial relationships will think they WILL be valued by being with a ________ man.
I still don't understand how people get so offended when [blank] say they hate all [blank].

These are the people that actively [blank], murder, rape, abuse and dehumanize us every single day of our lives.

Hating [blank] isn't "[blank]" it's common sense.
*we know and expect WNs to make these sort of comments, of course. Yawn.

Thursday, 26 May 2016

Have We Reached Peak SJW?

Has the death star run out of hydrogen?
People Are Angry With Time Magazine’s Use Of The Rainbow Flag For Trans Issues

The rainbow flag, also referred to as the gay pride flag, is widely considered representative of both the gay and the LGBT community. There is also a separate flag solely for the trans community.

But some people have referred to Time magazine’s use of the rainbow flag as “embarrassing”.

Rachel Sharp, an author from New York, re-created Time’s front cover with the transgender flag using software called GIMP. She told BuzzFeed News that “it’s critical that news outlets get it right”.

“I love that a variety of gender identities and sexual orientations are becoming more visible, more discussed, and hopefully therefore more widely accepted,” Sharp said.

“I’m cis, but I do give a damn about my trans friends getting good and correct representation. So should the cover editor at Time magazine. So should everyone.”

The author hopes this “bad misinformation” will encourage mainstream graphic designers to think more carefully.
Campaigners Are Angry About The Representation Of A Disabled Character In “Me Before You”

Those who lament the feminisation of Western Christianity are considered fringe. Girls rule, boys flee.

Meanwhile, Slate in 2011 asks: is liberal Judaism becoming too female?

ISIS Testing Chemical Weapons on Christians

*Note how the original Telegraph article weasels its way out of directly saying Christians are the target.* 
ISIS has set up a chemical lab inside the Christian Iraqi city of Mosul after U.S. airstrikes targeted its weapons facility at a former university – and residents near the lab are suffering side effects associated with mustard gas.

“The terror group is known to harbor chemical and nuclear ambitions, and is trying to manufacture weapons not only for attacks within Iraq and Syria but also the West,” The Telegraph reported. “It has a special unit for chemical weapons research made up of Iraqi scientists who worked on weapons programs under Saddam Hussein, as well as foreign experts.”

The Islamic State is also exposing prisoners at a secret jail in al-Andalus to chemical weapons to test the toxicity – for potential attacks against the West.

Ironically in 2013 President Obama wanted to wage war against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for allegedly using chemical weapons, despite evidence suggesting otherwise, and since then Obama has been supporting ISIS-linked militants who are now experimenting with mustard gas.

“The Free Syrian Army is not moderate and it does not claim to be,” journalist Ayub Nuri revealed. “Most of its leaders and commanders have a strong jihadist tendency and they call their war against Damascus a holy war.”

“FSA units and brigades carry Islamic names. Their black headbands are adorned with Koranic verses. They also launch their attacks and fire rockets to the cry of Allahu Akbar.”

In fact, Obama authorized a shipment of guns to the so-called “Syrian opposition,” a.k.a. ISIS and its allies, on Oct. 1, which was the exact same day he demanded more gun control in response to the Umpqua Community College.

And the TOW missile used to destroy a Russian helicopter back in Nov. was American made, and a month prior the Business Insider admitted the CIA was delivering them to the FSA.

Also, a secret U.S. government document obtained by Judicial Watch also revealed the U.S. and other NATO nations deliberately backed al-Qaeda in Iraq, which morphed into ISIS, and other Islamic extremist groups to overthrow Syrian president Bashir al-Assad.

“The Salafist [sic], the Muslim Brotherhood and AQI [al-Qaeda in Iraq] are the major forces driving the insurgency in Syria,” the Pentagon document stated. “The West, Gulf countries, and Turkey support [this] opposition, while Russia, China and Iran ‘support the [Assad] regime.’”

The former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, Lieutenant General Michael Flynn, confirmed the document’s importance.

“I don’t know that [the Obama administration] turned a blind eye [to ISIS], I think it was a decision; I think it was a willful decision,” he said.

And the Obama administration once gave Islamic State militants a 45-minute warning prior to bombing their oil tankers.

“Get out of your trucks now, and run away from them. Warning: air strikes are coming. Oil trucks will be destroyed. Get away from your oil trucks immediately. Do not risk your life,” the warning leaflets given to ISIS read.


Inaccurate cartoon...

Obama should be laughing

Wednesday, 25 May 2016

Who's More Pro-Abortion, Europe or America?


Surprisingly it doesn't even mention Ireland.

Americans love abortion and male genital mutilation.

Links 24 May '16

Austria's far-right may have lost, but only by a hair's breadth

Fracking Yorkshire (not the precious Home Counties)

Venezuela is Teetering on the Edge of Societal Collapse and Socialism is Absolutely to Blame

Anti-Christian & Racist Pope Francis Compares Jesus to Isis & tells Europe to Breed with Refugees

The EU's deal with Turkey didn't stop migration, it made it official. Now Turkey is pumping the EU for all its tax slaves are worth

Professor in EU: EU must have “an iron curtain. With barbed wire and ‘many guards'”

Israeli welfare queens say they can derive personality traits from your profile photo (“Can I predict that you’re an ax murderer by looking at your face and therefore should I arrest you?...You can see how this would be controversial.”)

NYC ‘Gender Expression’ Enforcement Proof ‘It’ Can Happen Here

Diversity = homogenity at Huffington Post editors meeting

Whitey owes $20 Trillion in Reparations! (This is mainstream 'liberal arts' academic teaching. I thought about adding #onlyinAmerica, but now am not confident to say that.) 

2 Percent of British men 18-24 identify as 'completely masculine'

Male Suicide: The Feminization of Mental Health

Brexit: The Immigration Gambit

BBC's Britflix likely dead before the ink has even dried on the news
Microsoft's new policy to ban 'terrorist' content (read: dissenting content)
China caught astroturfing social networks

China’s Population Control Police Should Be Abolished

Leaks Show Senate Aide Threatened Colombia Over Cheap Cancer Drug

This is the US Libertarian Party's 2016 VP. What Rothbard thought.

Take Your Children To See Angry Birds

Monday, 23 May 2016

Media finally admits Low-Fat diet advice is wrong

NHS stuck in the 1950s with their backwards nutritional advice

The headlines of some national papers today: "Low Fat is bad for you". Really?

Of course, if you were a bad citizen and read the alternative press, you would have already known this for years.

However, the NHS triage system is not convinced...

"Low-fat diet bad for your health and cutting back on meat, dairy and eggs a disastrous mistake," the Daily Mirror reports.

That is the main message of a controversial report attacking official UK guidelines on diet and weight loss.

The report suggests it doesn't matter how much saturated fat we eat, and doesn't recommend counting calories.

Critics have pointed out there were no agreed criteria about what evidence would be considered in the report, leading it open to accusations of cherry-picking.

This means the report's author(s) may have promoted evidence supporting their argument while ignoring evidence they saw as unhelpful.

Dr Mike Knapton, associate medical director at the British Heart Foundation (BHF), said: "This report is full of ideas and opinion.

"However, it does not offer the robust and comprehensive review of evidence that would be required for the BHF, as the UK's largest heart research charity, to take it seriously." [but give us money as we so want to stop the heart disease epidemic]

Who produced the report?

The report was published by the Public Health Collaboration, a not-for-profit organisation described as being dedicated to informing the public and implementing healthy decisions.

The report is said to follow decades of work and experience that founding and advisory board members have gathered through working with thousands of patients to improve their health.

The listed advisory board members are named health professionals, including dietitians, GPs, a cardiologist, a diabetes specialist and a psychiatrist. They also list a number of patrons.

It is unclear where Public Health Collaboration's funding comes from or, for that matter, who actually wrote the report.

No author or authors are named, and it does not appear to have been peer-reviewed by independent experts. [our Cathedral has not authorised it]

The aim of the report is said to be to raise concerns about the government's current recommendations about healthy eating and weight loss, and also provide new evidence-based solutions to help people obtain healthy lifestyles and improve public health.

What does the report say?

The report states the current prevalence of obesity in the UK is 25%, costing the economy £47 billion a year.

It summarises the recommendations of the current Eatwell Guide for healthy eating, saying it has three main concerns with this guidance:

the avoidance of foods because of their saturated fat content
the dietary reference value of no more than 35% total fat
the quality and quantity of carbohydrates

Saturated fat

The researchers say current recommendations given on NHS Choices are to opt for low-fat dairy options, as high saturated fat can increase the risk of heart disease.

They highlight a large US cohort study from 2010 that concluded saturated fat intake was not associated with risk of cardiovascular disease.

They quote several other observational studies that supported the notion that high-fat dairy was not linked to obesity or cardiovascular and diabetes risk.

This includes 2014 research from the University of Cambridge, saying current evidence does not support the recommendations to eat high polyunsaturated fats and low saturated fats.

The researchers say: "In retrospect, there was never any strong evidence to recommend reducing total and saturated fat consumption, and in the 30 years since, the deteriorating health of the UK population suggests such advice may have been a dire mistake, however well intentioned."

They consider that if people had been opting for foods in the natural form, rather than manufactured low-fat foods, we wouldn't have the obesity problem we do today.

The Public Health Collaboration concludes the UK should stop recommending the avoidance of high saturated fat foods and focus on consuming food in its natural form – however much saturated fat it contains.

No more than 35% total fat

The authors question recommendations that too much fat in your diet raises the risk of heart disease and makes you overweight, saying this is not backed by scientific evidence.

They reference a trial published this year, which found people on low-carb diets experienced more weight loss than people on low-fat diets, and say how recent US dietary guidelines have removed their previous 30% total fat limit and no longer place any restriction on fat.

The authors say: "It would appear that there was never any strong evidence to support recommendations to restrict total fat intake."

They conclude the UK should remove the recommendation to eat no more than 35% total calorie intake from fat and instead focus on the health benefits of eating food in its natural form – regardless of fat content.

Quality and quantity of carbohydrates

As the authors say, good blood glucose control is important to maintain health and reduce the risk of developing diabetes or pre-diabetes conditions.

However, they say eating lots of foods that raise blood glucose and promote the release of insulin are factors likely to increase this risk – and high carbohydrates do just that.

They discuss the glycaemic index (GI) of different foods, saying how the Eatwell Guide "illogically" recommends high-GI foods, advising people to "base meals on potatoes, bread, rice, pasta or other starchy carbohydrates".

They suggest that such recommendations are behind the increase in rates of type 2 diabetes and obesity.

The Public Health Collaboration concludes people should avoid foods that have a high carbohydrate density, and instead focus on food and drink that has a carb density of less than 25%. Such foods are usually in their natural form.

The new Eatwell Plate

The Collaboration sets out a new form of the Eatwell Plate called "The Real Food Lifestyle", which has a 50:50 split of fats and proteins against carbohydrates, but all food and drinks on the wheel are in their natural form.

They emphasise carbs with a density less than 25% and a minimum of 1g protein per 1kg bodyweight per day.

They also emphasise eating "real" foods that will fill you and avoiding processed "fake foods", which won't.

For example, they recommend natural oils and butter, including coconut oil, ghee, lard and cold-pressed olive oil – the "fake" ones are rapeseed, sunflower and corn oil – and no juices or processed sugar products.

If you were being critical [which we clearly aren't in this article - we are voices of reason], you could argue that the division between "real food" and "fake food" is scientifically meaningless and seems more of a branding strategy.

"Real food" sounds more natural, so it must be good for us, right? But, emotional responses aside, there is no hard evidence to support many of the alleged benefits of so-called "real food".

What evidence is this based on?

The report is presented in the form of a narrative, where individual pieces of evidence are cited to particular studies. A list of references is then provided at the end.

However, the report itself does not provide any method about how the authors identified and selected the research reviewed.

As such, it is not possible to say this was a systematic review, and we cannot know for sure this is a balanced report that has reviewed all evidence relevant to diet and nutrition.

The standard warnings about cherry-picking – evidence that is inconvenient may be ignored – apply. [but not to us when we devised the current guidelines]

Also, without reviewing the individual studies referenced, it is not possible to appraise the quality and strength of this evidence. For example, most of these studies are observational.

There is potential for various sources of confounding and bias to influence associations between self-reported diet and health outcomes, such as inaccurate recall on food questionnaires or the potential influence of other unmeasured health and lifestyle factors.

It can be difficult to know to what extent a particular outcome can be directly attributed to a particular food – or the absence of it.

The report further says it "clearly and concisely provides an insight into the decades of work and experience that our founding members and advisory board have accumulated from working with thousands of patients".

But it's not known what sort of experience or data from patients has contributed to informing this.

We also don't know, for example, whether the recommendations on fat and carbohydrate intake would be applicable to all stages in life, or whether there might be different advice for children. [kids need protein or they grow slow like me, thankfully I started eating beef in my early teens]

The report makes much of the fact that in spite of UK dietary guidelines, the number of people with obesity and type 2 diabetes has grown in recent decades, implying that the reason for the growth is the direct result of the guidelines.

This is unproven. It could well be the case the real problem is that people are just not following the guidelines. [but we aren't funding studies on that, wonder why]

What response has there been to the report?

The report has attracted quite considerable criticism.

Some professionals, such as the professor of diet and population health at the University of Oxford, note the lack of systematic review methods and accuse the report of potentially cherry-picking studies to support its viewpoint.

Other studies presenting contradictory findings do not seem to have been included, they say.

As a scientist from the University of Reading says: "As with any public health measure, it is important that any recommendations are based on solid evidence and take the wider implications of implementation into account. That doesn't seem to be the case in this instance."

Professor Tom Sanders, emeritus professor of nutrition and dietetics at King's College London, says statements such as "fat doesn't make you fat", "saturated fat doesn't cause heart disease", and "avoid 'low fat' " are potentially harmful and could mislead the public. [sugar makes you fat]

Other opinion is more mixed, with one professor saying the report has "good, bad and ugly elements in it". There are views that snacking and added sugar are to be avoided, but ideas that we should eat limitless fat and cut out sugar altogether are criticised.

BBC news quotes Dr Alison Tedstone, Public Health England's chief nutritionist [appeal to authority], who says: "In the face of all the evidence, calling for people to eat more fat, cut out carbs and ignore calories is irresponsible."

She says thousands of scientific studies have been considered when making current UK health and nutrition recommendations.

"It's a risk to the nation's health when potentially influential voices suggest people should eat a high-fat diet, especially saturated fat," she says. [because our health following your advice is just super]

"Too much saturated fat in the diet increases the risk of raised cholesterol, a route to heart disease and possible death." [the standard party line, evidence be damned]


Translation - "die Brits, we can't afford to pay your pensions" - signed, the Government.

In fact this article alone is enough to call for defunding the British Heart Foundation scam artists, not to mention their ignorance of magnesium and heart disease.

Weston A. Price Foundation

Thursday, 19 May 2016

Links 19 May '16

Isil capital Raqqa 'could join Kurdish state'

18 forbidden verses: German court bans most of Erdogan-mocking poem

ISIS Terrorist Confesses Decapitation, Belgian Judge Finds No Reason To Detain Him

Cancer is a modern disease (related - 13 Dead | The Holistic Doctor Conspiracy)

Libertarian Think Tank Threatened With More Legal Action For Questioning Global Warming

'I think he sexually assaulted a child and I don't think that is right': Susan Sarandon launches blistering attack on Woody Allen

The Elites need to have a Scrooge, road to Damascus moment before they face Divine Justice

Americans don't know what WW2 was (just incase you thought Mark Dice's videos were staged)

After Trump chalking, university forces students to take ‘minority culture’ class

Global Study Finds Gender Pay Gap Close To Zero

Evil Cisnormative Bigots say that gender ideology harms children

Mainstream radio discusses mild anti-feminist book (7:30 to 15:00 is the relevant part. doesn't even use the 'f' word in fact, but it's all about planting the seed. Echoes much of what I said last week)

'Flash'back: University of Toronto Dumps Transgender Bathrooms After Peeping Incidents

Youtuber Arrested For 'Nazi Dog' Viral Video Speaks Out

Entire Police Force in Colorado Quits, Abandoning Their Posts — Town Doesn’t Descend into Chaos

"Those who had started as starving refugees had transformed into a powerful army"

Slate takes joke antiwhite/male PAC seriously (sure this is a trojan horse to reveal what the left really thinks)

Integration is going great in the UK

Michelle as Barbara Specter: Israel has not yet learned to be multicultural #OpenBordersForIsrael

The real violence is BLM on white

When you see your customizable character in a cutscene #FeelTheBern

Had this in my head all week, they drowned out the home fans on TV. See what you're missing, feminist churches.

We do not, in any way, shape or form look after our own.

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

The Science is $ettled, GMOs and Glyphosate are safe

Feed it to the politicians then. 
Genetically engineered (GE) crops are safe for human consumption and pose no danger to environment, an extensive study reveals.

The results of the research, presented in a 420-page report titled “Genetically Engineered Crops: Experiences and Prospects”, were published by the US National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine on Tuesday. It took two years for more than 50 researchers to thoroughly and systematically delve into two decades of hefty literature written on the subject and come up with their final conclusions.

“While recognizing the inherent difficulty of detecting subtle or long-term effects on health or the environment, the study committee found no substantiated evidence of a difference in risks to human health between current commercially available genetically engineered (GE) crops and conventionally bred crops, nor did it find conclusive cause-and-effect evidence of environmental problems from the GE crops,” read the report.

When a plant is genetically engineered, its genetic material is artificially manipulated so that the plant can obtain characteristics it would not have otherwise, including pest resistance and the ability to endure some kinds of herbicides. For a long time, critics claimed that GE is harmful for humans, causing a variety of diseases, including cancer, obesity, gastrointestinal illnesses, kidney disease, autism and allergies, and also endanger environments in which the plants grow.


United Nations Review Claims Monsanto’s Glyphosate Not Carcinogenic

In the ongoing battle over whether or not Monsanto’s pesticides are a cancer risk to humans, the United Nations has found that glyphosate, an ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer, is not a cancer risk to humans.

Experts with the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) have released a statement claiming that glyphosate is “unlikely to pose a carcinogenic risk to humans” exposed to it through food. The World Health Organization (WHO) co-signed the statement with the FAO. The organizations also found that glyphosate is not likely to be genotoxic, destructive to cell’s genetic material, in humans. The groups met last week and published their conclusions on Monday.

“In view of the absence of carcinogenic potential in rodents at human-relevant doses and the absence of genotoxicity by the oral route in mammals, and considering the epidemiological evidence from occupational exposures, the meeting concluded that glyphosate is unlikely to pose a carcinogenic risk to humans from exposure through the diet,” the committee wrote.

Interestingly enough, in March 2015 the WHO’s own International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) published a report which seems to contradict the new findings. The IARC found that glyphosate “probably” contributes to non-Hodgkin lymphoma in humans and classified it as a ‘Group 2A’ carcinogen. Aaron Blair, a scientist emeritus at the National Cancer Institute and lead author of the study, told Reuters, “There was sufficient evidence in animals, limited evidence in humans and strong supporting evidence showing DNA mutations and damaged chromosomes.”

The IARC report was published in The Lancet Oncology detailing evaluations of organophosphate pesticides and herbicides. The report concluded that there was “limited evidence of carcinogenicity in humans for non-Hodgkin lymphoma.” The evidence for this conclusion was pulled from studies of exposure to the chemical in the US, Canada and Sweden published since 2001.

The researchers found “convincing evidence that glyphosate can also cause cancer in laboratory animals.” The report points out that the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) had originally classified glyphosate as possibly carcinogenic to humans in 1985. The IARC Working Group evaluated the original EPA findings and more recent reports before concluding “there is sufficient evidence of carcinogenicity in experimental animals.”

Glyphosate is not only the most widely-used herbicide, it is a key ingredient in biotech giant Monsanto’s popular Roundup products. Glyphosate is only one of Monsanto’s products that have been recently connected to cancer, however. In June 2015 the IARC also found that the weed killer 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, known as 2,4-D, “possibly” causes cancer in humans.

Shortly after the IARC review, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), an independent agency funded by the European Union, shot back with their own study, claiming that glyphosate is “unlikely to pose a carcinogenic hazard to humans.”

If you are keeping score, that’s the FAO, WHO, EFSA, and UN stating that glyphosate does not pose a risk of cancer to humans, and the WHO’s IARC stating that it could be linked to cancer.

However, in the new statement the FAO and WHO deny that the conclusions reached by the IARC are contradictory to their findings. According the WHO, the assessments are “different, yet complementary.”

“IARC reviews published studies to identify potential cancer hazards,” the WHO said. “It does not estimate the level of risk to the population associated with exposure to the hazard.” The FAO/WHO statements says the committee looked at studies to “assess the health risk to consumers from dietary exposure to pesticide residues in food.”

Despite the findings by the WHO and FAO, glyphosate has been linked to other health problems. In 2014 Anti-Media reported on a study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health which claims to have found a link between glyphosate and the fatal Chronic Kidney Disease of Unknown origin (CKDu), which largely affects rice farmers in Sri Lanka and other nations. In response Sri Lanka has banned glyphosate and Brazil is considering doing the same.

Sri Lanka’s Minister of Special Projects S.M. Chandrasena stated that President Mahinda Rajapaksa issued a directive to ban glyphosate sales in the country.

An investigation carried out by medical specialists and scientists have revealed that kidney disease was mainly caused by glyphosate. President Mahinda Rajapaksa has ordered the immediate removal of glyphosate from the local market soon after he was told of the contents of the report.

With the USDA’s 2014 decision to approve a new batch of genetically modified corn and soybean seeds designed to be resistant to glyphosate, we should expect to see an increase in herbicide use overall, and with it, possibly disastrous health effects. In fact, the approval by the USDA now partners DOW Chemical and Monsanto together, a move which will only further entrench the control that corporate entities have over governments. As the corporate and state power become one machine it will be harder for free minds to trust the establishment’s science and rhetoric.

We must remain vigilant, think critically, and question everything. If we learn anything from the battle over pesticide science and safety it should be a reminder not to be dependent on the factory farming-industrial complex and mainstream systems of food production. If we choose to grow our own food, support backyard, front yard, and community gardens we can reduce the need for harmful pesticides and increase our independence.


Related -

The Death of the Bees

After Iraq invasion, farmers were forced to use Monsanto's patented seeds

GMO corn fails to increase yields

The seeds of suicide: how Monsanto destroys farming

Scientists who found GMO potatoes cause cancer/organ failure quickly fired

Monday, 16 May 2016

Why I avoid the Arab-Israeli dichotomy...

A Palestinian writes to henrymakow.com:
"The first person to start the third intifada was brave Muhannad Al Halabi...who went into stabbing then shooting the Israelis in the old city of Jerusalem. His name literary translates as the sword. After him, many young people and patriotic Palestinians went to do the same. They died as heroes and they will never be forgotten. On the other hand, many Palestinians with no intention of stab attacks were brutally shot down by Israelis at different checkpoints. Video proofs show how the IDF would throw the knives onto the victim's body after the victim died. Many young Palestinians both men and women would be brutally killed this way.

Some may say that it is okay to stab Israeli military, but not okay to stab Israeli civilians. However, if you think about it, every person in Israel, man or women attends military service. In other words, the entire Israeli population has undergone military training and is ready to kill. Moreover, there are newcomer settlers that move into illegal Israeli settlements as we speak.

These settlers are the very heart of this occupation, they enjoy very sophisticated privileges and subsidies at the cost of Palestinian lives and land. The fact that they are occupying the land of people who have been driven off and killed doesn't seem to bother them, so they are no different from the cold heart IDF soldiers."
Stabby stabby, it's all justified 'cos colonialism.

(Thought about bolding part of the quotation above but I would have ended up with all of it in bold, just sums up the difference between Western and Eastern thought.)

I had been a supporter of the Palestinian cause until 2010 and the flotilla incident, where I and many other bloggers were basically hung out to dry by the leftist/Pal activists who lied about what happened - insisted there had been no violence on their part - and I believed them, supported them, then they eventually turned around and admitted they had played a part in the violent outcome (which clearly the IDF was looking for, but the people on the boat still gave it to them).

I don't like liars or fakes. More broadly, Muslims are not victims of other groups, but victimisers, through history and today. Perhaps they are victims - of their own ideology, which raises them from birth to be 'extremist'. Same goes for the Talmudists.

I think the people who believe it's a good idea to align with Islam because they are anti-Zionist, are wrong headed...most Islamic countries are really run by cryptos anyway. If Muslims can't restrict Zionist feudal control in their own countries, what hope have they in European ones? The tribe's main enemy is Christianity, and anything that eradicates Christianity is therefore useful to them, including Islam, which perhaps they feel they can control.

Incidentally the establishment controlled left also considers Christians, males, white people to be their main enemies, since other ethnic groups and women are more likely to demand an increase in state control.

Society is a demographic construct.

Saturday, 14 May 2016

Tyson Fury upsets Zionists, Klitschko on Twitter: "they own all the banks, papers, TV stations "

"What will Tyson Fury say next? Just about anything.

The controversial heavyweight champion revisited some familiar, abhorrent themes in an interview with SportsViewLondon, in which the bigoted Brit suggested that rape and bestiality soon will be legal.

“I think it’ll be perfectly normal in the next 10 years to have sexual relationships with your animals at home — you know, your pets, your cats and dogs and all that — so that will be legal,” Fury said in the video that was posted on YouTube.

In a separate interview, Fury stated that Wladimir Klitschko — whom he will fight on July 9, in a rematch of their November fight that Fury won by a decision — is bisexual.

“Wladimir is a bisexual. Wladimir swings both ways,” Fury said of Klitschko, who is engaged and has a daughter with actress Hayden Panettiere, according to The Sun. “For those that don’t know that, I can confirm it now.”

Fury, a devout Christian, has become infamous for habitual verbal attacks on women, Jews and gays.

To wit, this was another part of his recent spew: “Women are even taking overnight bags out with them, so they are going out just to get laid. … They are taking their overnight bags because they know they are going to pull somebody and get at it that night. Filth, pure filth.”

Those who disagree with him, Fury suggested, have been “brainwashed by all the Zionist, Jewish people who own all the banks, all the papers, all the TV stations.”"


"Boxing's Tyson Fury Jews Are Brainwashing People ... 'They Own All the Banks'

More filth from boxing star Tyson Fury ... this time he's blasting society as a world full of porn-obsessed perverts ... and blaming the Jews for "brainwashing" people.

In his rant to SportsViewLondon, the heavyweight champ goes off on everything from transgender people to bestiality and porn.

Then, around 9:30 into his rant takes aim at the Jews.

"Everyone just do what you can, listen to the government follow everybody like sheep, be brainwashed by all the Zionist, Jewish people who own all the banks, all the papers all the TV stations. Be brainwashed by them all."

Fury is prepping for his rematch with Wladimir Klitschko later this year. For the record, Klitschko has come out strongly against Fury -- condemning him as a sexist homophobe."


some tweets haven't been deleted:

I know nothing about boxing but know who I'll be supporting in this one. Might even watch lol.

A conversation about Government

Leftist: You're right Libertarian, the government makes rich people richer.

Libertarian: Yes, it creates artificial monopolies through the currency system, copyright law, corporate law, and public-private partnerships such as the military and prison systems.

Leftist: And they ignore financial crimes. We must solve these problems!

Libertarian: That's right! So you agree then it would be a good idea, to abol-

Leftist: to make the government bigger.

Libertarian: ...what?

Leftist: Yeah, if we make it bigger, we can make the government so powerful that we will take money back from the rich people it helped make rich, and give it to the poor. You talk a lot of sense, Libertarian.

Libertarian: <ugghhh>

Friday, 13 May 2016

Links - 13 May '16

Germans arrested for counter-protesting Turkish nationalist rally (add to the 9 ways Germans appease Muslims)

Leader of opposition party in Venezuela assassinated

Meet Hamza bin Laden

Facebook even suppresses mainstream conservative news stories

BBC Trust abolished .

Irony Alert - SJW Melissa Click: "I Was Fired Because I'm White"
Obama’s last act is to force suburbs to be less white and less wealthy

Harvard Prof Urges Liberals to Treat Evangelical Christians Like Nazis

Face Paint is 'cultural appropriation'

Cowards, Go Reproduce Yourselves

Britain ‘sleepwalking to catastrophe’ over race: Trevor Phillips (wise man, knows how to keep his job. Enoch Powell was right but no-one would have believed it at the time and I still thought his speech was excessively alarmist a year or two ago, not now.)

FBI Chooses Secrecy Over Locking Up Criminals

US Prisoners being starved during Strike over Unpaid Labour...corp commie slavery? (we're all Palestinians now)

Voices for the Unborn is on fire lately...
Abortion Activists Complain About Babies Miraculously Saved After the Abortion Has Already Started
Professor Threatened Pro-Life Student with Bad Grade Because "You are Wrong"

Deep History - the creation of Al-Qaeda, Reagan, global drug trade

Hitler as controlled opposition

Ethiopia the New China?

Life Inside a Secret Chinese Bitcoin Mine

The Bee Genocide

Too much protein triggers aging and cancer?
Don't Sweat It

In praise of Motherhood - the new act of Rebellion


Wednesday, 11 May 2016

Boys win when told "it's a game"


This is what got me through the state school system. Have to say, my secondary school teachers were mostly sound, but primary school was the wymynz' club and as a boy you knew you were going to be treated differently to the girls; arguably the whole curriculum is set up to favour girls, for example pointless history segments on domestic living (and the 'diversity' of Egypt, but that's another agenda) rather than what we should be learning which is the failures of the past so they are not repeated.

I never got stressed by exams as I always saw it as a game and to be honest quite enjoyed seeing the favoured (admittedly intelligent, not being mean it's not their fault) girls losing it over an exam. Some of my female teachers saw my and other boys' relative success as an inconvenience to their agenda, and we all knew it. Feminism is the cancer rotting civilisation away, it's that simple.



Teachers aren't all bad...I would like to credit one Australian teacher I had who had no time for PC and took the best boys from his maths class and gave us next year's material ahead of time. Then next year, a different teacher insisted we follow the curriculum for that year even though we'd already finished most of it :( #workdoesntpay #whytryharder

Also an honourary mention for the teacher who during a PSE (social ed) lesson shut the door and gave our all white class* a rant on the diversity agenda saying roughly "if 10 of you apply for a job and 1 is black, he's going to get it. That's just the way it is with political correctness" - you absolute shitlord, haha.

*where I live is almost all white, not because we're 14 worders (quite the opposite - labourland), but because our place isn't attractive to the economic migrants masquerading as refugees. ssssh don't tell anyone, the government really wants migrants to enrich here and Scotland but so far can't pay them enough to move here. I say fine by me.



Monday, 9 May 2016

Peter Schiff and Donald Trump take American bankruptcy into the mainstream

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump just revealed an inconvenient truth about U.S. debt, the outspoken and often controversial Peter Schiff told CNBC in a recent interview.

Last week, Trump joined CNBC's " Squawk Box " to discuss a wide range of topics including U.S. debt , interest rates and replacing Fed Chair Janet Yellen . It was Trump's comments about potentially renegotiating the more than $19 trillion in U.S. debt and the sensitivity surrounding higher interest rates that raised eyebrows.

While some observers argued that Trump's approach could be tantamount to a debt default , Schiff told CNBC the GOP nominee was fundamentally correct in his observation.

"Trump just admitted on CNBC that America has too much debt to afford a rate hike, and that he wants our creditors to accept less than 100 cents on their Treasuries," the Euro Pacific Capital CEO explained on CNBC's " Futures Now " last week. "In other words, Trump knows a U.S. government default is inevitable."

Last year, the widespread belief that the Federal Reserve would tighten monetary policy unsettled markets. Recently, soft economic data and turmoil around the globe have softened expectations of a rate hike. Still, Schiff said an eventual rate hike could leave the world's largest economy exposed to a growing risk.

"If rates go up, refinancing [debt] doesn't help. The only thing that helps is restructuring," said Schiff, who compared the situation to the crisis in Puerto Rico.

The commonwealth "can't pay because they are broke, well math applies on the main land just like it applies in Puerto Rico, we can't pay either," he said. "And if interest rates go up Donald Trump is right, we have no choice than to tell our creditors they are taking a big haircut," he added.

Schiff has long been opposed to the Fed 's so-called easy money policies. He insists that rather than helping the economic backdrop, the excess liquidity has created fragile asset bubbles so fragile that may send the U.S. spiraling into a recession worse than what occurred during the financial crisis.

"[Trump] recognizes that we have a bubble and he wants to make America great again," Schiff said, adding that of all the candidates he has the best understanding of how bad the problems are.

"To get great again we need to recreate what made us great in the first place, and so we're going to have to let interest rates go up," Schiff added. "A big part of that is admitting that we aren't going to be able to re-pay the debt."



Canada forest fires, drought, why does no-one ask the Geoengineers to make it rain?

Background: owning the weather in 2025/China

More than 1,100 firefighters are battling 49 separate blazes across the province -- seven of them totally out of control.

The fires have engulfed 85,000 hectares (210,000 acres) of forest including 12,000 in the area surrounding Fort McMurray, now the epicenter of the inferno, where 2,000 homes have been destroyed.

Television footage from the center of the disaster zone showed trees ablaze on the edge of highways crowded with bumper-to-bumper traffic trying to leave as billowing black smoke darkened the sky. Bright orange embers whizzed through the air and floated down onto cars.

"The footage we've seen, the cars racing down highways while fire rages on all sides, is nothing short of terrifying," Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told lawmakers in Ottawa.

The Alberta government has sent a tanker under guard to help rescue vehicles stranded south of Fort McMurray, with three mobile fuel stations set up along a 200 kilometer stretch of road.

Thousands of evacuees thronged the tiny hamlet of Lac La Biche, about 300 kilometers south of Fort McMurray, after making a chaotic escape.

"There's no guide on how to get out of a forest fire," evacuee Alan Javierto told AFP, recounting a hurried, frightening evacuation as homes and businesses were reduced to cinders.

The flight from Fort McMurray began in earnest shortly before midnight Tuesday after a mandatory evacuation order.

Late Wednesday, fires forced the evacuation of Saprae Creek, a neighborhood east of the city's airport where even firefighters had to pull out.

As strong northwesterly winds whipped up the flames, three more communities to the south were evacuated, including Anzac, with police going door-to-door to make sure no residents were left behind.

Slashing production

Oil companies crucial to the region such as Suncor, Syncrude and Shell have pulled out non-essential employees, and set up emergency shelters in their huge bungalow worker communities.

All three major firms have slashed their output -- with Suncor shutting down its main production site north of Fort McMurray, and Shell Canada stopping production at its Albian site, with an output of 255,000 barrels per day.

Alberta has been left bone-dry after a period of unusually scant rainfall and unseasonably high temperatures.

Lawmaker Rona Ambrose, who represents the affected region, wept as she vowed in parliament that it would recover from the disaster.

"Fort McMurray is a place where Canadians have come from all across this country. It's a tough day for Albertans but we will persevere" she said through tears.

However, Notley said the tens of thousands evacuated from the city face a long wait to return home.

"I must be very, very direct about this," she said. "It is apparent that the damage to the community in Fort McMurray is extensive, and the city is not safe for residents at this time."

"I understand that the Albertans are scared, tired, and worried about their homes and what the future holds for themselves and their families," she added.

Full article http://www.firstpost.com/world/canada-forest-fire-thousands-airlifted-to-safety-emergency-declared-in-alberta-2767570.html

In situations like this*, people should be screaming at their governments to use the technology they pretend doesn't exist. No need to rely on puny helicopters and fire trucks. It is well within the US military's capability to fix a weather 'problem' like this, yet those in power are more interested in the technology's offensive capabilities against other nations or dissident regions at home, see hurricane Katrina.

* I'm aware that forest fires are a good and natural part of the forest's life cycle.

Sunday, 8 May 2016

Links - 8 May 16

Londoners elect Mayor with extremist ties (Molyneux reacts)

Bonus to leave: Norway to pay asylum seekers extra to return home

Praying for Palmyra (just imagine who Britain or America would have sent to perform) 

Liberland celebrates first year anniversary and releases cryptocurrency plans 

Spy chief appalled that American ingrates don’t want government snooping through correspondence

Germany's Gangrenous Elite

The fruits of feminism...maybe your daughter will disrespect you in public  (newsflash, most people outside of the 'liberal' suicidal west understand that this is bad daughter behaviour regardless whether she is right, and should not be praised)


Going Underground: UK elections & anti-imperialism

Hollywood a Jewish Empire

The Bright Flash of Light

Satanists Mock Killing of Unborn Children in Bizarre and Grotesque Protest

Illuminati degenerates back off from erecting Baal monument replica in London/NYC  (it has no power in and of itself, but it's all about attitude and sticking fingers up at the Almighty and truth and decency, see above)

One Man (Who Is Not A Fan Of Trump) Explains Why Trump Winning Is Good  (try, because it means ordinary white people aren't prepared to go quietly into the night as the deconstructionists wish)

Hillary's online super troll redcoats are coming

Why does God make some women with a genius level IQ if he wants all women to be homemakers?

Turkey seizes abortion clinics, oops wrong religion's building 

"White Tears"

Big Ag forces firing of long-time Farm News cartoonist

Corruption in the Time of Cholera (literally UN filth)

Windows 10 interrupts a live TV broadcast with an unwanted upgrade

Also must mention Leicester winning the PL, unbelieveable Jeff. Seriously, they have been an inspiration to me this year and part of the reason I'm back here blogging again. They exemplify many noble human qualities - tenacity, spirit, courage, disregard for the illusory power of the status quo. It makes sense why sportsmen and artists are the heroes in declining civilisations, since political and military figures have long since lost their nobility, and as a result the nation slowly drowns in a state of despair and infighting. But look kids, good things can happen.*

*yes I know about doping in football...show me who doesn't dope, and I will be impressed. If anything it makes LC's triumph more amazing given the big money and doping power of football's royalty