Taiwan to speed up cross-strait trade talks to counter FTA: gov’t


TAIPEI, Taiwan — In response to the China-South Korea free trade agreement (FTA) news yesterday, Cabinet spokesman Sun Lih-chyun (孫立群) said that the agreement will indeed send shockwaves through Taiwan’s industry, and proposed that the government should quickly speed up trade agreement negotiations with China and other countries.

South Korea and China finished signing the FTA yesterday, and the deal will be implemented once both countries’ parliaments approve it, which is likely to be before the end of this year.

Apart from saying that Taiwan should quickly negotiate trade agreement terms with neighboring countries, Sun also encouraged the Legislative Yuan to examine the Cross-Strait Agreement Supervisory Act as soon as possible.

Sun stated that as Taiwan and South Korea share fungible products, it would be difficult to re-establish ties once supply-demand chains are broken.

Huge Effects in Long Term: MOEA

While the FTA between China and South Korea will not severely affect Taiwan’s economy in the short term, the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA, 經濟部) estimates that the negative impacts will become evident in the long term, due to the similarities between Taiwan and South Korea’s industry make-up.

The MOEA stated that once the agreement comes into force, after 20 years Taiwan-made products’ substitution rate will rise to between US$2.341 billion and US$6 billion. The display panel industry will take the brunt, with the substitution rate rising to between US$1.45 billion and US$3.084 billion.

Apart from the Cross-Strait Agreement Supervisory Act, which is still “stuck in the legislative examination procedure,” and the trade in goods pact that had undergone ten sessions of negotiations, officials believe talks regarding open-market operations and tax cuts are still sluggish.

According to a report released by the Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research (中經院), Taiwan’s Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) will drop around 0.04 percent during the first year of the China-South Korea FTA tax cut, and its real GDP will face another plummet of 0.13 percent and 0.15 percent after 10 years and 20 years, respectively.

Affected industries include petrochemicals, textiles and clothing, glass, steel, automobiles, polarizers, panels and machine tools. Tariff reduction between the two countries will not be implemented instantly once the agreement is in place. For example, in the case of the display panel industry, a 2.5-percent tariff cut will be implemented in the ninth year of the FTA enforcement, while a zero tariff reduction will begin in the 10th year, according to the MOEA.

The MOEA pointed out that South Korea will effectively expand its investments in China in order to increase its market share, and effectively push Taiwan products out of China should no further measures be taken.

To tackle the potential impact of the China-South Korea FTA, the MOEA emphasized the importance of entering the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership and an agreement of economic partnership with China.

The Feminist-Industrial Complex: Fat Lesbians vs. the ‘Heteronormative Gaze’


Does the “fat acceptance” movement “destabilize the heteronormative gaze”? Can women overcome “gender inequality” by a “radical rejection of beauty as feminine aspiration”? Those possibilities are suggested by two Canadian sociologists in an article, included in a leading Women’s Studies textbook, that compared Dove’s “Real Beauty” advertising campaign to a protest by lesbian activists in Toronto.

Feminist Frontiers is a Women’s Studies textbook described by its publisher, McGraw-Hill, as the “most widely used anthology of feminist writings.,” Now in its ninth edition, Feminist Frontiers is edited by three lesbians: Professor Verta Taylor and Professor Leila Rupp, on the faculty of the University of California-Santa Barbara (where they are known as“the professors of lesbian love”), and Smith College Professor Nancy Whittier (whose wife Kate Weigand is the author of Red Feminism: American Communism and the Making of Women’s Liberation).

Because this textbook is so influential in academia, I obtained a copy ofFeminist Frontiers via Amazon.com for my research in the “Sex Trouble” series on radical feminism. As I explain in the introduction to the first edition of Sex Trouble:

Those who would attempt to separate “mainstream” feminism from the more radical aspects of its ideology cannot avoid the problem that the faculty and curricula of university Women’s Studies programs — where feminism wields the authority of an official philosophy — are disproportionately dominated by radical lesbians. This hegemonic influence is not merely manifested in the fact that outspoken lesbian activists are employed as directors and professors in Women’s Studies programs everywhere, but also plainly evident in the textbooks and readings assigned in their classrooms.

It should be noted that, according to federal research, 2.3% of the U.S. population (about 1-in-40 American adults) is either gay or bisexual. Yet lesbianism is vastly overrepresented in the faculty and curricula of Women’s Studies programs to such an extent that Carmen Rios, communications director of the Feminist Majority Foundation, jocularly described these departments as “Lesbo Recruitment 101.” This anti-heterosexual bias is reflected in the contents of Feminist Frontiers, which includes selections with titles like “Hetero-Romantic Love and Heterosexiness in Children’s G-Rated Films” (p. 153), “Doing Gender, Doing Heteronormativity: ‘Gender Normals,’ Transgender People, and the Social Maintenance of Heterosexuality” (p.  309) and “Punks, Bulldaggers, and Welfare Queens: The Radical Potential of Queer Politics?” (p. 536). Among the lesbian feminist authors cited as references by the contributors are Mary Daly, Sheila Jeffreys, Andrea Dworkin, Celia Kitzinger, Adrienne Rich, Judith Butler, Luce Irigaray, Marilyn Frye, Gayle Rubin, Audre Lorde and Arlene Stein.

The anti-heterosexual bias of Feminist Frontiers is also apparent in “Feminist Consumerism and Fat Activists: A Comparative Study of Grassroots Activism and the Dove Real Beauty Campaign,” by University of Toronto professors Josée Johnston and Judith Taylor (p. 115). This article, first presented at a 2006 meeting of the American Sociological Association and later published in the feminist journal Signs, invokes the theories of Italian Marxist Antonio Gramsci as the basis of its analysis:

Building on neo-Gramscian theories of hegemony, we argue that ideologies express degrees of hegemony depending on their ability to reinforce and naturalize power hierarchies and material inequality.

Feminists have frequently used Marxist theory to analyze the “male supremacy” they depict as an “ideology” that oppresses women in capitalist societies. In their article, Johnston and Taylor compare the “transformative possibilities” of Dove’s “Real Beauty” campaign to a protest movement by the Toronto lesbian group Pretty, Porky and Pissed Off (PPPO). Co-founded by in 1996 by Allyson Mitchell (who is now anassistant professor in the School of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies at Toronto’s York University), PPPO staged protests promoting the message that “being fat can mean being healthy, sexy and socially productive” and counteracting “fat phobia,” as a 2004 article described the group. According to Johnston and Taylor, PPO’s objectives were to “challenge hegemonic beauty standards” and “challenge misogynist attitudes about fat women and sexuality,” in protests that offered “a counter-hegemonic critique of beauty and its relationship to capitalist consumerism” (pp. 116-117). They compare these protests to Dove’s “Real Beauty” campaign:

Billboard, television, and magazine ads depicted women who were wrinkled, freckled, pregnant, had stretch marks, or might be seen as fat (at least compared with the average media representation of women). . . . The campaign . . .is now a major feature of Dove’s global marketing. (p. 116)

Because the “Real Beauty” ad campaign “promotes itself as a progressive force for women,” Johnston and Taylor interpret Dove’s marketing as “feminist consumerism,” a phenomenon with “the potential to partially disrupt gender norms” (p. 116). Johnston and Taylor contrast this to the “grassroots models for social change . . . at the heart of feminist consciousness-raising,” as exemplified by the PPPO protests:


The idea arose from a 1996 conversation between Allyson Mitchell and Ruby Rowan, both of whom were artists and women’s studies students. While attending a conference on subcultures, they lamented the absence of attention to lesbian feminists active in the queer arts scene. . . . The conversation turned to mundane matters; not being able to find cool pants that fit. . . .
Characterizing participants as a “dyke network” of artists, performers, feminists, friends, and exes, Mitchell says the event solidified their identities as fat activists . . . (pp. 118-119)
In addition, PPPO’s radical disruption of hegemonic beauty ideology worked to destabilize the heteronormative gaze. Strongly linked to a lesbian arts community, PPPO activists did not prioritize the approval of men socially or performatively, and this may have allowed a more radical rejection of beauty as feminine aspiration. (p. 123)

Comparing these protests to the “corporate strategy” behind “Dove’s appropriation of feminist themes,” Johnston and Taylor write that Pretty, Porky and Pissed Off “waged war with hegemonic beauty standards — actions far removed from Dove’s reformist peacemaking” (p. 123). Although the Dove campaign “partially disrupts the narrowness of Western contemporary beauty codes,” Johnston and Taylor conclude, “at the same time it systematically reproduces and legitimizes the hegemony of beauty ideology in women’s personal lives” (p. 125).

Hostility to “beauty ideology” has been a core theme of feminism since the emergence of the Women’s Liberation movement in the 1960s. Its first major  protest occurred in September 1968, when about 100 feminists staged a demonstration at the Miss American pageant, condemning how the contestants “epitomize the roles we are all forced to play as women.” The protesters claimed “women in our society [are] forced daily to compete for male approval, enslaved by ludicrous ‘beauty’ standards we ourselves are conditioned to take seriously.”

Lesbianism also emerged early as a core theme of the Women’s Liberation movement. In 1971, prominent feminist Charlotte Bunch was co-founder of a D.C.-based lesbian collective known as The Furies. In  the collective’s first publication (January 1972), Ginny Berson declared:

We are angry because we are oppressed by male supremacy. We have been f–ked over all our lives by a system which is based on the domination of men over women. . . .
Lesbianism is not a matter of sexual preference, but rather one of political choice which every woman must make if she is to become woman-identified and thereby end male supremacy.

Radical lesbians played key roles in founding Women’s Studies programs at many universities. Professor Bonnie Zimmerman, for example, was a founding member of the Women’s Studies College at SUNY Buffalo in 1970, and later helped begin the Women’s Studies program at San Diego State University. In a 1997 essay, Professor Zimmerman wrote: “I believe it can be shown that, historically, lesbianism and feminism have been coterminous if not identical social phenomena.”

o-called “fat-positive feminism” is a movement that “addresses how misogyny and sexism intersect with sizism and anti-fat bias.” While feminists blame “anti-fat bias” on male supremacy, the health risks of obesity are serious, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): “Obesity is a national epidemic and a major contributor to some of the leading causes of death in the U.S., including heart disease, stroke, diabetes and some types of cancer.”

Obesity is such a serious problem among lesbians that the National Institutes for Health funded a $3 million study to determine why “nearly three-quarters of lesbians are overweight or obese.”

When that study made headlines in September 2014, Mari Brighe wrote at the lesbian blog Autostraddle that lesbians “tend to be less critical of their bodies than straight women,” because they don’t “suffer the incessant, unreasonable pressure of the male gaze.”

This would suggest that “the male gaze” is actually beneficial to heterosexual women, whose “feminine aspiration” to be attractive to men by meeting “hegemonic beauty standards” (as the Johnston/Taylor article put it) leads women to stay thin and thereby avoid heart disease, diabetes and other health complications of obesity. But the way women benefit from heterosexuality isn’t something college students are likely to learn from Women’s Studies classes, where the textbooks are edited by lesbians who never have anything good to say about men.


Japan to use rosier tax revenue estimates in fiscal plan



Japan will use rosier tax revenue estimates in its plan to rein in the country’s burgeoning fiscal deficit, government sources told Reuters on Monday, as it struggles to make deep spending cuts needed to hit its ambitious budget target.

Premier Shinzo Abe’s administration is working on a fiscal reform plan to meet its pledge of turning Japan’s primary budget into a surplus by fiscal 2020. The plan will be part of a broader government guideline on long-term economic policymaking due by the end of June.

In the guideline, the government is set to raise the “tax revenue elasticity rate” – or the ratio of how much tax revenues rise or fall against a change in nominal economic growth – to 1.2 or 1.3% from the current level around 1%, government and ruling party officials said.

A higher elasticity rate means a country can expect to reap higher tax revenues and makes more progress in restoring its fiscal health from an expansion of economic growth.

Setting a higher rate thus meshes with Abe’s preference to rely on boosting economic growth, rather than on deep spending cuts or tax increases, in restoring Japan’s tattered finances.

“Tax revenues have recently overshot the government’s conservative projections, so raising the elasticity rate to such levels seems natural,” said Hiroshi Miyazaki, senior economist at Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities Japan.

“The idea also makes sense given Abe is keen on avoiding big spending cuts that could hurt the economy.”

The new estimate based on the higher elasticity rate will be presented by private-sector members of a key government panel, which is debating the guidelines, at a meeting on Monday.

Proposals by private-sector members usually set the course for discussions at the panel, which gathers key economic ministers and the Bank of Japan governor.

With Abe having ruled out big tax hikes, the government is seeking ways to cut costs particularly in social welfare and medical spending, which is ballooning due to a rapidly aging population.

But progress has been slow due to heavy resistance from the medical industry and lawmakers wary of drawing complaints from pensioners in their constituencies.

Japan’s debt burden, at more than twice the size of its $5 trillion economy, is the heaviest in the developed world.

(c) Copyright Thomson Reuters 2015.

Diet Coke muslim discrimination passenger have ties to radical imams


A Muslim woman who claimed over the weekend–in a social media post that has since gone viral–that United Airlines discriminated against her because of her faith, has a history rife with deep connections to the Muslim Brotherhood and radical Imams.

31-year-old Tahera Ahmad, who serves as the Muslim chaplain at Northwestern University, claimed over the weekend that she was discriminated against because a United Airlines flight attendant allegedly refused to give her a full can of unopened Diet Coke. When asked for an explanation as to why she had been refused her unopened Diet Coke, the flight attendant allegedly told her that the Coke can could be used as a “weapon on the plane,” Ahmad stated in a Facebook post. After she complained, a passenger told her, “You Moslem you need to shut the f—k up,” according to Ahmad’s recounting of what happened on board. Ahmad’s Facebook page was taken down this afternoon.

Without any evidence (but for her firsthand account) that the incident ever occurred, many in the mainstream media have taken to reporting on Ahmad’s account as a case of “Islamophobia.”

Islamic supremacist groups such as CAIR (Council on American-Islamic relations) have condemned United, telling Al Jazeera that they have taken an interest in filing a lawsuit on behalf of Ahmad.

Ahmad’s claims of discrimination have not been corroborated by any passengers, and United Airlines rejects that any wrongdoing or acts of discrimination occurred.

United Airlines released a statement that the flight attendant “attempted several times to accommodate Ms. Ahmad’s beverage request.” However, her post has since gone viral, with many calling for a boycott of United Airlines due to its alleged mistreatment of Ahmad.

Ahmad has shown to have an affinity for radical Islamist groups that seek to employ deceptive tactics in order to advance Sharia law, Breitbart News has found. Ahmad has attended and participated in multiple conferences over the past couple years which were hosted by alleged Muslim Brotherhood front groups. She has also proudly written about, and has happily posed in photos with radical Imams.

In late December, Ahmad attended the MAS-ICNA (Muslim American Society- Islamic Circle of North America) conference, which featured prominent leaders within the global Muslim Brotherhood network.



One month earlier, Ahmad posted a picture to Facebook of her standing next to Suhaib Webb, who is the Imam of the Islamic Society of Boston, an outfit run under the same umbrella organization as the mosque attended by Boston Marathon bombers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, and a plethora of other convicted terrorists. Webb has a demonstrated history of radical connections, including him being a close confidant of Al Qaeda mastermind Anwar al Awlaki prior to the 9/11 attacks.

Ahmad is “well-known” to Yasir Qadhi, a cleric who she has frequently invited to speak to the student body at Northwestern. An audio tape of one of Qadhi’s sermons revealed that he once called for Muslims to wage holy war against non-Muslims. During his speech, Qadhi went on to discuss how he did not believe that the Holocaust had ever occurred.

In April 2014, Ahmad joined an MPAC (Muslim Public Affairs Council) delegation of American Muslim women, who partnered with the White House “to host a historic forum recognizing the contributions of American Muslim women.” MPAC, like the MAS and ICNA, was originally founded by members of the Muslim Brotherhood. The group has in the past endorsed a paper that rejects the designations of Hamas and Hezbollah as terrorist organizations. In 2009, the group hosted a protest where demonstrators called for the annihilation of the State of Israel. 

In 2013, she recited the Quran at the annual ISNA (Islamic Society of North America) convention. Declassified FBI documents found that the Bureau regarded ISNA as a Muslim Brotherhood front group. The FBI also found that ISNA was founded by prominent members of the global Muslim Brotherhood organization. Ahmad’s bio states that she has “supported leadership for premier Muslim organizations including [ISNA].”

Although she has an extensive record of supporting radical Islamist groups, Ahmad was recognized by the Obama White House as a leading “Muslim female in the United States,” according to a release from her University. She is a frequent Ramadan dinner attendee at the White House, according to the report.

Cops at the ready for June 4 rallies

Kenneth Lau


Tuesday, June 02, 2015

Police are confident they will have enough officers on duty to prevent any conflict between localists and “blue ribboners” at the June 4 candlelight vigil.

A police source revealed that about 1,000 officers will be on standby for the event.

In a press conference yesterday, senior superintendent Tse Kwok-wai said that in addition to the memorial candlelight vigil in Victoria Park, there will be several different political groups holding rallies outside Victoria Park, including the pro- Beijing group “Voice of Loving Hong Kong.”

The latter will set up booths, deliver leaflets and play video clips starting from 4pm, before the main program starts at 8pm at Victoria Park.

Asked if police are confident of preventing a confrontation between the main organizer, the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China, and extreme groups from different spectrums, Tse said: “If there are quarrels, we will separate them and call on them to calm down. According to the situation, we will have a suitable deployment and take appropriate actions.”

From 6pm, some streets in Causeway Bay and Tin Hau, such as Great George Street, Gloucester Road and Hing Fat Street will be closed and 15 gates will be opened for the public to enter Victoria Park.

If the six football fields are full, police will open the Central Lawn and if that is full they will lead participants to the northern section.

Meanwhile the University of Hong Kong Students’ Union will launch its own June 4 commemoration on campus starting from 7.30pm.

Union president Billy Fung Jing-en believes about 1,000 people will attend the candlelight vigil, and as he is worried that some pro-Beijing groups will stir up trouble, they will deploy 40 marshals to maintain order.

The radical Civic Passion, led by Wong Yeung- tat, will hold a bus parade in 18 districts. Independent lawmaker Raymond Wong Yuk-man will join the parade, which will start from 4pm in Causeway Bay, travel through nine areas including Lam Tin, Kwun Tong and Tsuen Wan before ending at Tsim Sha Tsui. They will also launch rallies in eight areas such as Shau Kei Wan and Sheung Shui.

NEW YORK CITY: PAKISTANI MUSLIM Mother defends her sex-offender son arrested for the 28th time


NY Daily News  On Tuesday, he was busted for grinding on a  passenger on the northbound No. 4 train and charged with persistent sexual abuse. Syed’s mother jumped to his defense, saying that her son was just trying to find a wife.

“It’s not easy to find a wife and have kids,” she said. “She has to be a Pakistani. She has to be a Muslim girl.” “He doesn’t need help,” she said. “Nothing is wrong with him.”

Syed, 35, was arrested after the grinding incident on a northbound No. 4 train. One year ago, he was found guilty of rubbing his genitals against the buttocks of another woman riding the No. 6 train.

His other arrests run the gamut from drug charges to burglary to tongue-kissing a 4-year-old boy. “How is this guy on the street?” asked a police source. “Something’s wrong here.”

5 Reasons Why You Should Never Date A Girl With Dyed Hair


Always in search of the next way to destroy their nature-given beauty, Western females have begun to dye their hair at alarming rates. This is a growing phenomenon in major coastal cities, where I’ve even begun to see it from the late-20s white collar crowd who should know better. The rebellious office types usually adopt something slightly more toned down, such as bright red or jet black, but for those who have to wear nametags and get paid by the hour, anything goes.

Tuthmosis has touched on dyed hair as a major slut tell and Matt Forney has dropped serious wisdom on short hair, but I’ve seen this particular trend becoming more and more socially acceptable. It has to be stopped.

In short, based on my extensive experience, a girl having hair dyed with a non-traditional color is a leading indicator of instability, mental illness, and an inability to function within a healthy relationship. Here are the five reasons you should steer clear of these damaged individuals:

1. They’re attention whores

Nothing says “Look at me!” more effectively than flowing purple locks. These girls know that they’re cheaply drawing attention to themselves and revel in every drop, whether it’s a compliment from a limp-wristed orbiter or disgust from a man of value who spurns their Troll Doll aesthetic. Would you want to tie your fortunes to a woman who will mutilate herself just so strangers will look at her more often?

2. They’re impulsive

Nobody sits down to their desk, opens up a couple Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, takes a sip of their Americano, and decides to turn their hair neon green.

The girl who makes the split-second decision to destroy her beauty is the same one who will suck multiple cocks in the Cancum foam party, or will give her anal virginity to swarthy European while her loyal boyfriend waits patiently at home; in other words, not the kind of person you want in your life for anything other than a casual (and well-documented) fling.

3. They’re ugly

As much as equalists bleat to the contrary, humans have hard-wired attraction preferences for the physical appearance of their mates. In the same way that we are uncontrollably disgusted with the sight of an obese person, our lizard hindbrains make a split-second judgment against women with dyed hair because unnatural looking hair (whether it’s short, falling out, or unnaturally colored) was a symptom of disease and infirmity in our ancestral habitat.

Everyone knows this on some level, yet many still choose to defile their bodies. Why settle for a girl who willingly makes herself uglier just to court attention or make some tired “statement”? After all, a potential partner’s highest priority should be making herself more pleasing to you — one who eschews this for shock value is best left to her Hitachi Magic Wand.

4. They’re useless


How many investment bankers, entrepreneurs, engineers, and physicians do you know who look like Zoe Quinn in the above photo? Zero.

The fact is, girls with unnaturally dyed hair are overwhelmingly more likely to be leeches on society, with unpaid student loans, credit card debt, and bastard children. They’re also likely to be found slinging lattes at your local hipster coffee dive, posing as starving artists on welfare, or working in some bloated non-profit that syphons government money to contribute pennies on the taxpayer dollar to the “socially meaningful” SJW cause du jour.

Which brings me to the worst trait of all…

5. They’re degenerate leftists

I have never met a girl with dyed hair who falls on the conservative side of the political spectrum. They can usually be found complaining about misogyny or decrying the evil that white heterosexual men have done to society.

Here’s one example. l go to a gym near the nightlife district of a major city. While I see tons of dyed hair freaks walking around the street outside the gym (both male and female), I almost never see people with falsely colored hair actually inside the gym and working hard to improve themselves. It’s almost as if they’re repelled by the thought of making themselves better.

As Roosh presciently wrote, appearance reflects ideology. If you’re dating a girl with dyed hair, get ready to witness some of the laziest, most self-serving, mediocrity-embracing behavior you can imagine. Even worse, enjoy being called a cis-centric homophobic dudebro shitlord when you express any opinion that deviates from those handed down by her corporate or ideological Cultural Marxist overlords.

I didn’t even mention how girls with dyed hair are significantly more likely to haveborderline personality disorder or become irresponsible mothers, since I believe the point is clear: women with dyed hair represent the dregs of the dating market.

If you are a high-value man, you will do your part to leave them rotting in the dustbin of the sexual marketplace.


#giveyourmoneytowomen Anglo-American Women Are Terrible Financial Investments


By now, we all know that in most cases Anglo-American women do not make very good wives, mothers, or responsible members of society. That’s, of course, according to the opinions of millions of men that live in this part of the world.

My intent with this article is to illuminate you on another aspect of your life you will be throwing away if you get entangled with one or produce progeny with her, and that is perhaps the most important one: your financial life.

Sure, money doesn’t buy happiness – but try to live without money and you’ll quickly see what true misery is like. Money buys freedom and it’s hard to have either if you have a predatory Anglo-American female in your life.

According to scientific studies of happiness, there is a big difference in happiness between those who have no money and those who have enough to get by. However, contrary to all the cultural messages we receive, there is no appreciable difference in happiness between someone who has enough to get by and a billionaire. Hard to believe, but true.

So, let’s begin on the risks to your financial well-being and independence that women present in our society. Our goal here is for a man to be able to comfortably take care of his own needs rather than sacrificing his entire existence to an ungrateful woman.

Child Support

Merely siring a child with the wrong Anglo female is a one-way ticket to a life of court-enforced indentured servitude. The court does not care if you can’t find a job, if you become disabled, or if you rightfully protest a system in which there is no accountability on the “mother’s” part (I use the term “mother” loosely) to show the money is being spent on her offspring. The court system only cares that you hand the money over to her. It does not care how the money is spent.

Resources must flow from you to her no matter what for 18 years. Seeing as how the average child support obligation is around $500 a month, and men who do not bow down and kiss the State’s ring are thrown into the gulag by an ever-metastasizing police atate, merely fulfilling your 4.5 billion year old genetic imperative could now cost you jail time.

Not to mention, just look at what that kind of money turns in to, assuming a reasonable 10% return rate on a good growth stock mutual fund over 18 years. Right away, we have $300,000 at stake for one broken condom or lie about her birth control status.

Lavish Spending

Assume, if you will, as female-driven spending makes up a good two-thirds of the economy, that your expenses from dating her, or even more frighteningly from being married to her, take up two-thirds of your take-home pay.

No, a simple studio apartment, simple used car or motorcycle, and meals prepared at home won’t be good enough for her. If you tie your fortunes to the wrong girl, she will fully expect to use your resources to keep up with the Jonesettes in your neighborhood.

Assuming you are a good little beta male slave and do whatever your boss tells you no matter how ridiculous it is, and that working 50-60 hour weeks in the “new economy” sounds appealing to you for some reason, and you somehow find a way to navigate the landmine-ridden HR department that wants to destroy you for the crime of being a male, you might be lucky enough pull down an average salary of around $40,000 year.

The average Anglo girl will not be satisfied with that salary, even though it affords her a better quality of life than 90% or more of the rest of the world. You must also realize that the hedonic treadmill she spends her life on may cause her to look someday look for a more affluent meal ticket.

Invest in Yourself, Not Her

Instead of wisely investing two-thirds of your take-home salary after the government mafia finishes robbing you to pay for other, more irresponsible members of society like single moms and the deadbeats they fuck, having the wrong woman in your life will almost certainly cause you to instead increase your spending.

Supposed that you missed out on investing $1,000 a month. In only five years, you will have missed out on $82,000 of freedom. Around year five, if you’ve picked the wrong woman, she becomes impossible to live with, complains constantly, denigrates you for not being a better provider, and swings you around by the balls with a legal system that heavily favors her.

Moving ahead, after 10 years you could have had over $200,000 in the bank and still afforded multiple trips to sunnier, more libertine countries and enjoyed the company of younger and prettier women. Your relationship with her has now cost you enough money to retire on, if you invested wisely and moved to a country where the cost of living is lower than the U.S.

If you go full boat and have a kid with her, that relationship will have cost you over $1 million dollars in 20 years. Now, don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying never reproduce, but the stakes are high if you choose to do it in the West with an Anglo woman. For those who desire a family, such as myself, it is much cheaper and safer to build your family in another country.

Wrapping Up

I’d like to wrap up this little lesson in Female Economics 101 by telling you to wrap it up. Be wary of considering any long-term obligation with an Anglo-American female without extensive vetting. If you choose unwisely, your wallet may never recover.

Lindy West Disease




I would like to bring to your attention a horrifying new ailment that is infecting Western women who frequent Reddit, Tumblr, Buzzfeed, and Jezebel. Its epidemiology, amazingly, suggests a causative agent that is primarily ideological instead of organic. It may be the first disease discovered where holding a specific collection of beliefs leads to a diseased condition that leaves patients in a nearly identical deformed physical state.

The disease was first noted in professional typist Lindy West, who is believed to be patient zero. After a set of beliefs infected her brain through an indoctrination mechanism not yet fully understood by the world’s preeminent scientists, the disease took charge to destroy her physical appearance into something unhuman and beast-like. Small children instinctively shy away from her in a way that limp-wristed vegetarian males don’t, suggesting that young humans possess heighten sensory perception to Lindy West Disease.

Here is a photo of Lindy West before she was infected with the disease:


Here is a photo after only three months of infection:


The first universal symptom is a spontaneous hair color change to a neon purple, red, or orange, usually coinciding with an instinctual decision to get a bowl haircut. Large, obnoxious glasses are often added within one month of infection. It is thought that the infective agent brightens the patient’s hair color to draw attention to her, allowing easy transmission of disease-causing ideas to healthy subjects.

Here is Lindy West with full blown disease (late-stage infection):


The disease has fully ravaged her body and caused a massive gain in weight that leaves her in such a weakened, malnourished state that her scalp no longer produces neon-colored molecules. The frames of her glasses have gained thickness at a shocking rate. A common behavioral symptom is that her maw only gravitates to unhealthy foodstuff that is completely void of healthy vitamins and minerals. Sadly, diabetes and heart disease is a common result of long-term infection.

After conferencing with doctors in Toronto and San Francisco, two cities where Lindy West Disease is most severe, I have identified a fantastical belief system that is highly correlated to disease. If a female states she “strongly agrees” to at least four of the following six statements, which are nearly universally embraced on the Tumblr web site, she is certain to contract Lindy West Disease.

  • There is an active rape culture in America that makes its universities more dangerous to women than a South African slum.
  • There is a worldwide conspiracy by men to force women to stay home and cook healthy and hearty meals for the families they love.
  • Homosexual and transsexual lifestyles offer undeniably powerful advantages over heterosexual lifestyles.
  • There is absolutely nothing wrong if a woman experiments with 100 different penises before marriage.
  • It’s possible to be morbidly obese but still healthy as a racehorse in its prime.
  • “I’m deathly afraid of being a mother and how it would limit my consumer freedom.”

Somehow, believing in mere ideas can give rise to a replicable disease particle that can transmutate your physical appearance into the frightening results you see above. Since the ideas that lead to Lindy West Disease are growing within the Western world, we can make two firm conclusions: (1) infection may go logarithmic, mirroring bacterial reproduction in laboratory settings, and (2) Western culture and ideology has de-evolved to such an extent that merely living in a Western nation and communicating with others can lead to physical disease.

Lindy West Disease is a tragic affliction that turns a natural woman into a horrifying hambeast. Sadly, there is no medicinal cure, but possible treatment options have been discussed in the clinics I visited. They include removing the patient’s access to Tumblr, Jezebel, xoJane, and Reddit while also completely controlling the patient’s diet to prevent five or more daily instances of self-feeding.

For the best interests of the patient, I recommend full institution to prevent the self-harm that includes cutting her hair, applying piercings in random locations on her face, and voluntarily paying for permanent tattoos that look like a small child drew on her. I’m not sure if the community is ready to implement such a drastic step to save women infected with Lindy West Disease, but unless we do something now, the disease will continue to spread at such a rate that the only option left to prevent a worldwide plague is to to establish colonies where the infected can be shuttled off to and left to fend for themselves. I would not object to that option.

Twitter is having technical problems with tweets showing under hashtags

since last week.  When logged into twitter. I am unable see my posts when i type under hashtags other people reading posts under the same hashtags.  they show on my twitter online.  but when i logged out i can see the tweets.

an example

when logged in


when logged out


similar results is seen under hastags  which are more active.  when logged in i can’t see mine and some other tweets but when i logged out i can see mine and everybody who tweet under the hashtags. I can only see my tweets in my timeline

sheltered Bourgeoisie woman Lauren Chief Elk started #giveyourmoneytowomen hashtag



The cumulative effect of hashtag campaign after hashtag campaign is starting to alter how men think of women. And men are starting to think of women as instinctively hysterical and crazy.

Back when we all grew up, we didn’t get to see this side of them. But now it’s exposed. On Twitter. On Facebook. On YouTube.

Rather than make women seem “oppressed” or intelligent, all of this is doing the opposite. The new technology is ironically blasting us back to pre-Industrial Revolution ways of thinking about women because it exposes them outside the realm of day-to-day interactions where they have to behave with some normalcy.

All of this gives us a glimpse of their inner minds. And it seems like a nuthouse in there.

In much the way average Muslims found they were painted with a broad brush after Sept. 11 because of the actions of a few, women are going to find they’re equally as stereotyped because of the actions of a few hashtag activists.

Funny enough, all of this new technology hasn’t really altered how the world sees men. Everyone always knew we loved porn and sports. That’s not news.

What we didn’t know is that women can’t handle just about anything. Now we know.

Young Muslims trying to reach Syria got instructions from Montreal mosque


But…but…didn’t the mosque leaders try to dissuade them, and persuade them that the jihadis were misunderstanding Islam? “Youth trying to reach Syria got instructions from Montreal mosque, family members say,” by Allan Woods, Toronto Star, May 30, 2015:

MONTREAL—Ten young Quebec Muslims who were detained for allegedly trying to join jihadist groups in Syria received precise travel instructions, financing advice and moral support from individuals they met at a Montreal mosque, family members have alleged to national security investigators.

A source with knowledge of the allegations told La Presse that family members said they received advice so that their travel plans did not appear suspicious. Those instructions allegedly included advice to book tickets on an Italy-bound flight with a stopover in Istanbul. During the layover they were to make their way to the Turkish-Syrian border.

The source said the youths were also advised to get credit cards so that they could book their plane tickets and take out cash advances. The students also allegedly discussed details of their travel plan on a password-protected Internet forum.

No charges have been laid in the case and all 10 youths were released from police custody.

But the latest allegations raise more questions about the Assahaba mosque, which is run by Adil Charkaoui, a Canadian citizen whom security services long suspected of being an Al Qaeda sleeper agent.

Of 21 individuals who have either gone missing, been charged with terrorist offences, or had their passports confiscated in the last six months, at least nine have been linked in some way to Charkaoui or his mosque.

Charkaoui did not respond to questions Friday about the latest allegations, which were not directed at him. But in comments made to the Star earlier this week, he denied any wrongdoing.

“There is a lot of ignorance and malice. When we have both of them together it becomes toxic,” he said. “It’s as if everything that happens related to radicalization in this country is because of a single person.”

Charkaoui was detained and then subjected to restrictive conditions under a federal security certificate that was sought in 2003. He was never charged, the case against him was dropped, and he is suing the federal government over his ordeal.

Of the 10 who were arrested May 15, eight were picked up at the Montreal airport and two were arrested at their homes. Six of them regularly attended the Assahaba mosque.

There were at least two couples. Not all of the 10 individuals knew each other, but some of them knew members of another group of seven teens who went missing and are believed to have fled to the Mideast in mid-January.

Those links are part of an intricate and tough-to-follow portrait of a sprawling Quebecois network made up of young people allegedly drawn to jihad — the opportunity to fight and die for their religious beliefs.

“When you say that everyone knows each other, you’re right, because the Muslim community is one in which the youth meet often at the mosque or at conferences,” said Mahad Jama, who knows several of Montreal’s alleged jihadist figures….