#gamergate How United Business Media (UBM) Is Bankrolling The SJW Infiltration Of Gaming

Have you ever wondered how the mainstream gaming media became so hostile to gamers? You can point the finger at the London-based conglomerate United Business Media (UBM), the umbrella corporation to GamerGate’s Jill Valentine. For the past several years, UBM has been clandestinely operating or funding SJW gaming organizations such as Gamasutra, the IGDA and the Games Developer Conference, giving them enormous influence in the industry. Reaxxion is the first publication to expose UBM and the ways they’ve been manipulating the video game industry.

A Brief History Of Corporate Corruption

The UBM corporation itself predates the advent of video games, while several of its progenitor companies stretch back to the 19th century. UBM as it exists today was founded in 1918 as United Newspapers by David Lloyd George, then the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and the leader of the Liberal Party. George founded the corporation so he could purchase the Daily Chronicle and Lloyd’s Weekly Newspaper,giving him news outlets through which he could directly manipulate the public.

In the nearly hundred years since, UBM has shifted from being a newspaper publisher to an events and public relations company, one of the largest in the world. The company most notably acquired PR Newswire, one of the world’s largest distributors of press releases, in 1982. Their website also brags about how they have business locations in 30 countries and 5,500 staff experts. According to their website, UBM defines their business output as Events (59%), PR Newswire (25%) and Other Marketing Services (16%).


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Why You Need To Boycott The NBA (from ROK)



Sheryl Sandberg is one bossy woman.

Instead of pitching her feminist ideologies to a target audience, like Jezebel or Buzzfeed, she has decided to infiltrate the NBA. The intrusiveness will appear on a television near you, via the “Lean-in” campaign. Sandberg has partnered with the NBA to fight for women’s rights at home and at work, and she has even managed to enlist the services of Lebron James and Stephen Curry. For the next two months, the NBA will be delivering public announcements on major TV networks.

A few days ago, Sandberg went on ESPN to promote the plan. There is enough bullshit in the accompanying article to fertilize an Iowa corn field. Let me just critique the major points:


1. Sandberg is hoping to persuade men that they will be better off financially and emotionally if they take more responsibility for housework and child care, while also backing equal rights for women at work.

Immediately, we see that she is an expert at conflating the issues.

The “Lean-in” program is good because:

  • Men will be better off financially if they take more responsibility for housework and childcare
  • Men will be better off emotionally if they take more responsibility for housework and childcare
  • Men should also back equal rights for women at work

Each of these points need to be examined on their own merit. Then, after a careful review of the evidence, a conclusion can be drawn. Let me save you the time of researching the points. Her goal is to confuse the listener; that way, they’ll be more likely to support her primary claim (that the NBA needs the “Lean-in” Program).

In a sales pitch, this is calling “spinning the client.” You confuse them right away, which breaks down their wall of defense–this then allows you to sell them a used car, or a Florida time share.

Sandberg also employs the “argument by assertion” fallacy—if you say something enough times, it eventually becomes true and you win the argument. People have heard the “women are oppressed” argument so many times, that they now accept the claims at face value.


2. “Gender equality doesn’t just benefit women, it benefits men in lots of ways,” Sandberg said in an interview with The Associated Press.

Is gender equality good for men? Let’s take a look at statistics regarding gender “equality” in the Western world:

The statistics show that the feminist version of “equality” has not been favorable for men. A lot of guys are afraid of gender equality, and for good reason. It’s merely a talking point, divorced from reality. A growing number of men are affected by misandry, not misogyny.


3. Among other things, she believes most women are likely to have sex with their husbands or partners more frequently when they get more help at home — a phenomenon she has branded as “choreplay.”

“Choreplay” is one of those terms that feminists love–a clever play on words, which momentarily validates their existence. They can use these terms to publish dissertations that nobody will read, or to fund non-profit organizations.

But on to the point at hand. Are women turned on when men do the dishes, or iron shirts? Team feminism has done a good job at trying to convince us so. However, recent research is now proving otherwise:

  • In 2013, a study showed that people in more traditional marriages have better sex lives (American Sociological Review)
  • A study in New Zealand from 2014 found the same results.

And let’s not forget the recent success of Fifty Shades of Grey. Women across the Western world went into a tizzy over Christian Grey. And what kind of character was he? Was he a male feminist, busy ironing shirts before his wife got home from work? Hell no. He was an Alpha male with an edge, who liked tying up girls and then treating them like dirty little whores.


Conclusion and recommendation

Sheryl Sandberg is another social justice warrior, trying to force her ideologies on the American public. Sport lovers need to be concerned. Gone are the days when, after a long day at work, you could tune out the world by watching the ballgame. Now, thanks to people life Sheryl Sandberg, you’ll be drilled with political talking points.

But of course, it takes two to tango. Today’s athletes are also to blame. Men like Lebron James and Stephen Curry have, essentially, sold out the American male. They have enough money, so why are they doing this? We can only assume that they, like Sandberg, believe in political feminism. They need to learn from the stars of yesterday–men like Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, and Michael Jordan; none of these stars would preach feminism to their fans.

I’m calling for a 2015 boycott of the NBA. These industries need to be reminded thattheir viewership is predominantly male (70%). We no longer accept the SJW agenda, and we will vote with our dollars. This means the following:

  • No paying for NBA tickets
  • No buying NBA merchandise
  • No watching NBA on television
  • No clicking onto NBA online links to check for scores

Secondly, I ask you to call bullshit on the “Lean-in” program in online forums. A simple Google search will take you to the available links. We need to let the NBA know that we do not accept their current direction.

It’s time to take our money elsewhere.

White students barred from funded RSU student group event

I pitty the employers who will hire members of the racialized students’ collective if they graduate




Two white students were barred from a meeting of the Racialized Students’ Collective March 11.

First-year journalism students Trevor Hewitt and Julia Knope were told that because they were not victims of racialization, they were not allowed to stay in the meeting room and report on the event.


Hewitt and Knope said they made eye contact with an unidentified woman who appeared to be setting up for the event. She approached Hewitt and Knope and asked if they had ever been racialized.


Hewitt said he then told the woman he wanted to cover the meeting for an assignment. He said the woman told him that because he was not a racialized student, he could not sit in on the meeting. Hewitt and Knope then left the room.

“It felt really bad… kind of embarrassing,” Knope said. “If their goal in these meetings was to end racialization then it needs to be something everybody is involved in. If some people are causing the problems, they need to know. Grouping yourself off… is not going to accomplish anything.”

The Racialized Students’ Collective is part of the Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU). Its website states that the group “oppose(s) all forms of racism and work towards community wellness for students,” that they focus on “building an anti-racist network” and “fostering an anti-racist environment through campus-wide services, campaigns and events.”

Knope said  while she understands they are a support group for each other and don’t want others there, she doesn’t understand why the events are then listed as public and as an RSU campaign.

“It seemed really ironic to me that the meeting was about racialization and they were prohibiting certain people from entering,” she said.

“Right now it’s almost like they’re suggesting they can make racialization go away (and that) if everyone who has been racialized just talks… it will magically go away,” Hewitt added.

RSU coordinator Vajdaan Tanveer told The Ryersonian over the phone that members of the collective have requested a safe space on campus, where they can have an open conversation.

“We don’t want (racialized) students to feel intimidated, that they can’t speak their mind because they are afraid of being judged or something they say might be used against them,” he said.

When asked about Hewitt and Knope’s incident, Tanveer confirmed they couldn’t attend the meeting because they were white.

“In terms of educating, we have some events for public,” he said. “We use the opportunity to tell them about the work and how they can get involved.”



Shelly Conner ” All men have a secret desire to rape women in their sleep”

The man hating feminazi cunt is an english instructor at a private Jesuit University called Loyola University Chicago in her man hating article ” don’t get caught sleeping: male desire of unconscious women” she wrote that  young boys are taught to rape passive and unconscious women.


a despicable man hating cunt 






Keynote speaker: All men have a secret desire to rape women in their sleep

A Jesuit school is hosting its first-ever “Women’s Day Conference” this weekend and telling attendees that “1 in 3 college women are raped.”

The Loyola University-Chicago conference will feature an interesting cast of characters, including a drag queen and an English instructor who believes men fantasize about raping women in their sleep.

The event will “celebrate women from all walks of life while inspiring participants to eradicate inequalities which still exist,” according to the website.

“We will explore the power and import of race, religion, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, age, ability, occupation, citizenship, and other intersectional identities as they relate to not just women’s, but all peoples’ opportunities to thrive.”

The university said drag queen Kahmora Hall will be the emcee for the March 21-22 event. Hall has previously hosted Loyola’s annual Drag Show.

Another presenter is “intersex activist” Pidgeon Pagonis. “They” are a “Youth Coordinator” for an intersex group.

The keynote speaker will be Shelly Conner, a Loyola English instructor who has written previously that all men have a secret desire to rape women in their sleep.

In an article for The Feminist Wire titled “Don’t Get Caught Sleeping: Male Desire of Unconscious Women,” Conner argued that men are taught that sex is better when women are in a passive state.

“Not only are young boys taught that it is their duty to initiate sexual contact with women, it is also presented that it should occur when women are in their most passive states,” wrote Conner, whose Loyola page lists interests including “Queer of colour analysis.”

In the article, Conner recounts accusing her “godbrother” of being “rape-y” because he suggested to her brother that he lie in bed with her friend, to see if she’d wake up and be interested in sex.

Conner’s keynote workshop, “Centering at the Margins,” will guide “participants in activities that allow us to explore our identities — those by which we are marginalized (race, gender, sexual orientation, class, religion, ethnicity, (dis)ability, etc) and their points of intersection,” she told The College Fix in an email.

Conner also founded an open mic group called “Quare Square” for gay women of color.

The conference includes five separate tracks, including on race and gender.

The race portion of the conference promises discussions and workshops on “ethnocentrism, colorism, racism, citizenship,” while the gender portion will focus on topics such as the “gender binary” and sexism.

Tossing off statistics with no evidence

The registration form for the event makes a sweeping factual statement with no citation in the guise of asking for attendee information.

It requires attendees to answer the question: “Who do you push forward (advocate) for” and why? The “default” answer is: “I push forward for sexual assault survivors because 1 in 3 college women are raped, no one should be.”

It also points attendees to the conference Facebook page for “examples”: One poster with a student says “we do 2/3 of the world’s work and receive 10% of its income.”

It’s not clear where the organizers got either claim.

A Fix email to the published address for the conference was not answered, and neither was an email to student Sabrina Minhas, the conference’s fundraising and budget chair.

Common, though questionable, estimates for sexual assault of college women put the figure at one in four or five. The White House uses the one-in-five figure.

The College Fix reported that a study by a University of Oregon psychology professor last fall pegged the “non-consensual sexual contact” rate for non-sorority female students at 33.1 percent, but that was just among UO students.

The university itself has cast doubt on that survey and the professor who led it, implying it wasn’t “responsibly designed.”

A 2013 publication of the International Food Policy Research Institute, on “gendered land outcomes,” criticizes claims such as “women own less than 2 percent of the world’s land.”

The publication says such claims “are not substantiated by empirical evidence” and don’t reflect variations across or within countries or “comparative ownership by men in the same contexts.”

Dionne Addai, the student featured in that Facebook poster, did not respond to requests for comment.

Saint Louis University, another Jesuit school, is hosting a similar event this week, as recently reported by The College Fix.

College Fix reporter Matt Lamb is a student at Loyola University-Chicago.