I decide to take a break. My girlfriend recently had her tonsils removed, when she recover, i will resume blogging.
fans of anti-asian movies at it at a university that decide not to cancel classes
When University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Chancellor Phyllis Wise told students that school would still be open despite zero-degree temperatures, all Hell broke loose.
Several loud members of the 40,000-odd student body took to Twitter to vent their frustrations at Wise about the lack of a snow day because apparently no one at UI has ever heard of just skipping school.
A crude hashtag #f***phyllis soon emerged with plenty of attached racist, sexist and threatening messages attached. A Change.org petition was also started to get Wise to shut the school down.
Despite the firestorm, the school remained open. University officials told the Chicago Tribune that they deemed the social media outrage as a “free speech issue” and not an actual threat. Several of the accounts that sent out offensive tweets have since taken themselves down.
“They wanted to be a little sassy and impress close friends and didn’t think about the fact that this would have a little more visibility than that,” university spokesperson Robin Kaler said. “They said things in a very inappropriate way and very public setting.”
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Looks at the inaccurately presented views of the gender pay gap made in the media and by government. Analyses pay gaps that should exist but don’t in certain jobs like the police, the military and the fire service. Features Angry Harry, Erin Pizzey, Stephen Fitzgerald and Oliver Curry (London School of Economics and Demos).
• Choices of work made by men and women
• Motherhood and pay
• Emergency services and the military
• The pay gap and womens vote
• Should a man who can carry 2 bricks be paid more than a woman who can only carry 1 brick?
• Which sex is more motivated to earn more?
• Can a man choose not to work? Can a woman?
• Women living in a climate of fear
• The suppression of men’s views
• Discrimination in Pension rights for men and women
Feminism in a nutshell
How women like to think Feminism started and how I believe it really started. Feminism is about women’s enslavement rather than women’s liberation.
• Ideology of Feminism
• Women’s definition of oppression
Origins of Feminism
More details on where Feminism came from and how it significantly pre-dates the 1960’s. How radical Feminism attached itself to true Feminism such that they became one combined ideology. How women have been fooled by Feminism and how it has been used to steadily dismantle family. Featuring Stephen Fitzgerald, Angry Harry, Erin Pizzey and Michele Elliott.
• Leaders of the women’s movement
• Making the personal, political
• Feminism use of Domestic Violence to generate income
• Women in the Second World War
• The EOC – Equal Opportunities Commission (now called EHRC)
winners of feminism
An examination of those who really win due to the onslaught of Feminism. What agencies are benefiting whilst women, men and children continue to lose? Featuring Stephen Fitzgerald, Angry Harry, Erin Pizzey and Professor Colin Francome.
• Was there a need for feminism?
• The real meaning of the ideology of Feminism
• Anatomy of a Feminist
• Womens attempts to rewrite history
If you’ve ever been to a Chinese restaurant in any suburb in America, you know the joys of crab rangoon, chicken fingers, and sweet & sour everything. But where do they come from? Turns out it’s definitely not China: most of what we eat today from paper takeout boxes would confuse the living hell out of a person in Beijing, and not just because they can’t see it clearly through the smog.
America’s got a type of Chinese food all its own, and it’s super different from what they’ve got across the pond. It’s mysterious, it’s delicious, and it’s been evolving ever since the California Gold Rush. Here’s what you might not have known about it.
Well, well, well, the media is going to town on Democratic nominee for Texas Governor Wendy Davis for some “inconsistencies” in her heroic, single mother, pulled up by the bootstraps narrative. Wendy, who considers herself the epitome of American gung-ho-ism, just get ‘er done survivalist womanhood has perhaps misrepresented herself just a teeny tiny bit.
Struggling, strong independent single mother? Well, she did pop out two kids from two different men, but that’s pretty much where the “mother” story ends. She left her first husband when she was 19 (the divorce was finalized when she was 21) and then immediately enrolled in college and worked at her Daddy’s sandwich shop, where she met Husband 2.0, who just happened to be older and richer than Husband 1.0.
That’s fine. Whatever. I don’t care. But how is she mothering while going to school, taking top place…
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This won’t prevent the umpteenth New York Times article counting how many times Breivik’s manifesto had Robert Spencer’s name in it, never mind that most of those instances came from a pasted document filled with quotes on terrorism from mainstream experts and elected officials, but it does fit in with his actual plan of action which involved mass murder and allying with Islamic terrorists to take over parts of Europe.
Despite Muslim complaints, Breivik’s attack had nothing to do with Islam.
Reading through the original parts of Breivik’s manifesto and then catching the rest of his performance, it’s obvious that his connection to reality is very loosely tethered. It would not surprise me a great deal if a year from now he announced that he was a Communist or converted to Islam.
Anders Behring Breivik has sent a letter to international media that “Expo Idag” has read. He describes the letter as a first step in a “peace negotiation” with his political opponents. In the letter Anders Behring Breivik has partially changed his rhetoric from that used in his so-called “manifesto”. He says that he in the manifesto was using “the counterjihad” rhetoric to protect “ethno-nationalists” and instead prompt a media campaign against the anti-nationalistic counterjihad movement. He calls this strategy “double psychology”.
The technical term is delusional. I’m not just using that as an insult.
Breivik always had delusions of potency and power. He retains them now even in jail. He imagines that there is a movement behind them and that he is capable of negotiating terms. He revises the past so that every development fits into his master plan.
Anders Behring Breivik claims that he strives for a “clean Nordic ideal”. He means that the “Nordic race” is about to be eradicated and he wants there to be a Nazi party in Norway just like the party “Svenskarnas Parti” (The Swedes’ Party). He mentioned several infamous right-wing extremists in Norway that he wants to lead the party, among them Varg Vikernes and Erik Blucher.
I suspect that Breivik’s fascist pals will turn out to have never heard of him or only know him from blog or forum comments.
Breivik also says that his love for Israel is solely based on its future role as a place to deport “disloyal Jews”.
That’s nice, considering that there are barely 1,000 Jews in Norway and they are self-deporting due to Islamic migration.
Anders Behring Breivik also writes that he does not think that he will survive his time in prison, where he claims he is being tortured.
Samples of some of these tortures include…
In November, the killer sent a 27-page letter to prison authorities with a list of complaints ranging from everyday annoyances, like cold coffee and a lack of butter, to more serious issues, such as censorship of his correspondence, body searches and being kept in isolation.
In the letter received by the Wall Street Journal, Breivik reportedly boasted that if he wanted to retaliate for his poor treatment, he knew how to build weapons out of items he was allowed in prison, such as his Sony PlayStation 2, long screws and plain sheets of paper.
If he has a PS2, then I assume he also has a television and apparently the equipment to write a whole lot.
The killer also claims to have written a book more than 1000 pages long, which he claims he is unable to send to a publisher, because he is being blocked by prison authorities.
In a letter received by the German newspaper Die Welt , Breivik expressed doubt that he would ever escape prison. “I will not survive this sentence,” he wrote.
Maybe he can figure out a survival method using only a PS2, a television, a laptop and cold coffee.
This article was first published in Frontpage Mag
Neil Young loves Canada’s Indians. After all, he wears a fringed leather jacket and just finished a concert tour telling Canadians to “Honour the Treaties,” even though he couldn’t point out how we’re not.
But at least he’s got that leather jacket. Has since the ’60s. He explained it in one rock biography:
There I was making 120 bucks a week at the Whisky as a musician. . I’ve always liked fringe jackets. I went out and bought one right away with some pants and a turtleneck shirt. Oh yeah, I thought I was heavy. I wore them on some TV shows and whenever we worked. Then I went to this place on Santa Monica Boulevard near La Cienega. I saw this great Comanche war shirt, the best jacket I’ve ever seen. I had two more made. The group was Western, the name Buffalo Springfield came off a tractor, so it all fit. I was the Indian. That’s when it was cool to be an Indian.
So he was in California playacting to be an Indian. To make some cash.
His Indian-sounding band name was just the brand of a tractor, like John Deere.
Soon Young was appearing on stage with giant wooden Indians as theatrical props. Not totem poles – no real Aboriginal artifacts. A white caricature of Indians.
That wooden Indian thing became an obsession for him. In 1982, Young released a psychedelic movie called Human Highway . It was awful and it bombed in theatres. Young played an amateur musician, who had wooden Indians as back-up singers.
And then, in the movie, the wooden Indian singers were torched. That’s weird. But what’s even weirder is that Young actually did that in real life too. From another rock biography:
“.the cast and crew communed with the local Indian tribe. We lived right with the Indians,” said bus driver Paul Williamson. “This guy Carpio, it was my job to take him home. We were f—d up, partyin’ for days . . . . Neil said, ‘Take the Indian home.’ I get in the middle of this reservation. I was like ‘F–, when are the arrows comin’?”
Things grew extra tense one day when Young decided to film an obtuse scene that involved the burning of. a few of Young’s wooden Indians. It was a bizarre event. “Neil burnt his Indians.” said Hopper. “Everyone danced around the fire.” .the actual Indians were completely nonplussed. “It was ‘These f–in’ white people are really nuts.'”
Sure, his backing band Crazy Horse is named for the famed Indian war leader and some songs he’s written are sensitive to Native Americans. But some are just weird. In the song “Pocahontas,” he writes:
“I wish I was a trapper/I would give thousand pelts/To sleep with Pocahontas/And find out how she felt.”
Sorry, Neil. She was an Indian princess, not a prostitute. Or his song, “Last Trip to Tulsa”:
“Well I woke up in the morning/With an arrow through my nose/There was an Indian in the corner/Tryin’ on my clothes.”
It’s unclear if that’s an Indian woman he slept with, or an Indian man stealing from him. But as he said, Indians are cool, so does it really matter?
Did Young actually ever get to know a real Indian? Here’s what Young told a reporter about a sex romp:
“I don’t think I got laid for f—in’ years after I got into rock and roll. I think I was in Fort William when I got laid. Me and a nice little Indian and a deejay. The first time was not really that great. at least I didn’t get any diseases. So it was good.”
No name. Just that she was a good little Indian, who didn’t infect him. With Neil Young, it’s always about Neil Young. And maybe the odd deejay in on the action too.
Neil Young doesn’t hate Indians. But he doesn’t respect them. He’ll dress up in Indian drag, burn wooden Indians and sleep with Indian girls.
His anti-oilsands tour was called Honour the Treaties. Sounds like he ought to start honouring Indians a bit more too.
The Portland Press attacked Dr. Umar Johnson for coming to lecture at public schools. TBA does an in depth investigation into the reporter and the newspaper that spearheaded this effort and uncovers some revelations that shed new light into the agenda they had for attacking one of the foremost voices in Black education today.
Just about every Black male today is whining and crying about white media not giving them good roles or ignoring them altogether. TBA explains why Black men look sorry begging whites for movie role it’s not white people’s job to build Black media. We also go in depth with step by step instructions for how you can build your own media empire. No more excuses.
Sharia shithole U.A.E is back in the news again charging a rape victim with sex outside of marriage
Dubai to charge Austrian woman victim for illegal sex
An Austrian tourist who claimed she was raped by a policeman’s son in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates has been told that she is facing jail herself – for having sex outside of marriage.
The 24-year-old woman reported the rape to local police expecting that they would take action against the accused, and instead found herself facing charges.
And even more amazing she claims that she was told by one of the policeman that she complained to that she could escape charges if she were prepared to marry the man that she alleged had raped her in a car during an attack on December 2nd, which is a public holiday in Dubai.
She had been in the region with friends on holiday and accepted an offer by the man to drive her home. But once they had walked into an underground car park underneath a five-star hotel in Yemen he had raped her, she claims.
The man then tried to drive the woman away from the hotel but she managed to jump out of the car screaming for help – where other guests helped her and the police were called.
As well as facing charges of sex outside marriage it is also alleged that she had been drinking. Both actions are illegal in United Arab Emirate State.
According to Austrian media the man initially claimed that the woman had offered him sex because she was drunk, and then later claimed that she was a prostitute who had demanded money for sex – something she also denies.
The Austrian Embassy refused to comment but did confirm reports about rape allegations on a Austrian tourist.
The investigations are continuing and the woman is not at this time being held in custody.
CCTV footage from the garage has reportedly been handed to the police for analysis.
Just last year a young Norwegian interior designer Marte Deborah Dalelv was sentenced to 16 months in prison after suffering a similar fate and being raped and convicted of sex outside marriage.
Interestingly both the latest case involving the Austrian woman and the earlier case involving the Norwegian woman had both involved in making complaints at the same police station in the in Bur area of Dubai.
The 24-year-old Norwegian was convicted and sentenced on charges of having unlawful sex, making a false statement and illegal consumption of alcohol.
But after international protests she was pardoned and released. The man was also freed.
In the United Arab Emirates, as in some other countries using Islamic law, a rape conviction can require either a confession, or the testimony of four adult male witnesses.
It’s a question I’ve been asked a thousand times: “What school do you go to?”
Sometimes it’s piggybacking on some earlier question about my age or my job, but it almost always comes up. Some people have asked me more than once, their preconceptions of normalcy overwhelming their memory. But like most preconceptions, the question not asked is as telling as the one that is. In asking me what school I go to, they fail to ask themselves why they necessarily expect me to go to any school at all. I’m in my twenties and middle class, so surely I must be attending college.
Even more telling is their reaction when I answer. “I’m actually not going to college,” I’ll say, and their reaction is like that of someone who’s inquired about a relative only to learn that they’ve died. They think they’ve embarrassed me by forcing me to reveal a shortcoming. This reveals a second level of assumption: If I can’t go, it must be because I can’t afford it, or couldn’t get into a “decent” school.
Of course, it’s true that lots of students can’t afford college. Many of them go anyway, seduced by the promise of steady employment and higher income for the rest of their lives. Long ago, the question morphed from, “Can I afford to go to college?” into, “How can I afford not to?”
Usually, the follow-up question is, “So…what are you doing?” I tell them I’m working for the family business; we have a media company, we produce some TV and radio shows, and we do some economic work. I help produce a radio show, which means I schedule the guests. I hesitate to tell them I’m writing about why college is a bad investment; I wouldn’t want to embarrass them.
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Five Muslim sisters and a brother have been jailed for up to six years for assaulting and attempting to kidnap a woman who was in a relationship with their sister.
Sarah Harrison, 35, was targeted as she left her place of work in Blackburn, Lancashire, as the family sought to discover where she and her partner Nazma Ditta, 28, were living.
CCTV captured the fierce struggle that Miss Harrison put up as she fended off attempts to bundle her into a car in broad daylight on June 20 last year.
Preston Crown Court heard how Miss Harrison feared that acid would be thrown in her face as shouts of “get her in, get her, you’ve messed with the wrong Muslims” were heard.
She was confronted by sisters Atfah Ditta, 32, and Ghazala Ditta, 31, who got out of a parked silver Toyota Corolla car.