17 Jun 2014

The 40th Anniversary Of “Rape Culture”™. Why Feminists Won’t Be Celebrating It And Why MRAs Should Embrace It.

By : Authors Note: Where references and hyper-links have been given, these have been chosen for both immediate accessibility and verifiability via the medium of the Internet. Other sources exist, but are not readily available to be verified by any and all readers. 
You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.Abraham Lincoln
The term rape culture has been getting bandied about since the 1970′s. It’s origin is the title of the film “Rape Culture”™. It is known that the filming of “Rape Culture”™ was in late 1974, and the release date was January 1975. So the 40th anniversary is upon us, and surely there must be plans in centres of academia, at The National Organisation For Women (NOW) and across the universe and pantheon of feminism for such a momentous event to be celebrated in its 40th Ruby anniversary.
Imagine the marketing opportunities for Ruby Slippers and Walk A Mile In Her Shoes. One can only hope that the world of feminism has some competent marketing types to grasp the links and not allow this marketing dream pass the world by. It needs some expertise well above the capacities of the average academic type being sisterly on campus with marker pens, badly written signs and a penchant for pulling fire alarms.

'Brainwashed by Propaganda' - Vivienne Westwood on Banksters, Climate Revolution, Austerity and Orwellian Government

"Never trust the government" on banksters, fracking, environment.

Cool Android Hack Intentionally Creates False Data on Your Cell Phone to Fool Authorities

By Michael Krieger: An increasing concern amongst journalists, activists and just about anyone else who values their privacy is that a bad cop, TSA agent or other bully in a costume will commandeer your cell phone and search its contents. This isn’t just a theoretical issue either, it seems to happen quite often, and is an important enough issue that it went before the Supreme Court early last month. I covered this issue in my post: Can Police Search Your Cell Phone Without a Warrant? The Supreme Court is About to Decide.
I haven’t been able to figure out if there’s been a judgement in that case, so if you have any information, please post it in the comment section. Nevertheless, it appears Android hackers have decided to take matters into their own hands and have developed a new technique that purposely reprograms your phone to lie. Scientific American reported on this in the article, A Phone That Lies for You. We learn that:

Local police confiscate a suspected drug dealer’s phone—only to find that he has called his mother and no one else. Meanwhile a journalist’s phone is examined by airport security. But when officials look to see what is on it, they find that she has spent all her time at the beach. The drug dealer and the journalist are free to go. Minutes later the names, numbers and GPS data that the police were looking for reappear.
A new programming technique could bring these scenarios to life. Computer scientist Karl-Johan Karlsson has reprogrammed a phone to lie. By modifying the operating system of an Android-based smartphone, he was able to put decoy data on it—innocent numbers, for example—so that the real data escape forensics.

Zionist USA

Brother Nathanael: "We need to get our own house in order not Israel's."

Water In Earth's Mantle - Coffee with Claire

WildwoodClaire1: ...About 3 times as much as the earth's surface water.


JaclynGlenn: Feminism is a dirty word! Modern feminists ruined the true meaning of feminism! I'm tired of hearing "PATRIARCHY" blamed for everything!

Our Enslavement Makes Us Impose Our Will On Others + The Iraq Media Blackout - Mohamed - What Is Really Happening In Iraq + Is Iran Making Iraq Policy Blunders

"It doesn't say much for the Israelis. They are also enslaved, ...and they're ruthless and they kill."

Apartheid Zionists Use US To Destabilize Mideast + Hamas Slams Israel’s 'Cowardly' Abductions In West Bank

Israel is using the United States to destabilize the Middle East with the ultimate goal of ensuring the regime’s survival
Orwellian UK BANNED Press TV: In an interview with Press TV on Monday, Kevin Barrett said Washington follows the “antiquated” policy of opposing public demands for democracy and freedom in the Middle East for fear that democratic moves would endanger the security of the Israeli regime.

“That is the single biggest factor that is driving the US to become the enemies of the people of the region, because the moment the people of the region are empowered and prosperous and peaceful and democratic and stable, that is the end of the Zionist regime [of Israel],” Barrett stated.
To guarantee its survival, the analyst said, the Tel Aviv regime uses the United States as a tool to destabilize the Middle East.

The Zionists are dedicated to destabilizing the region and they are using their power in America to push US Middle East policy in that unfortunate direction,” Barrett added.

Greenpeace Working With The Banksters! + America the Walmart of Fraud! - Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert with Nomi Prins

"Greenpeace would do more good if they just went away. ...they are actually feeding the problems that they say that they're working against."

America’s Disastrous Foreign Policy - My Thoughts On Iraq

But in the years they were getting started, a key component of ISIS’s support came from wealthy individuals in the Arab Gulf States of Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Sometimes the support came with the tacit nod of approval from those regimes; often, it took advantage of poor money laundering protections in those states, according to officials, experts, and leaders of the Syrian opposition, which is fighting ISIS as well as the regime.
Everybody knows the money is going through Kuwait and that it’s coming from the Arab Gulf,” said Andrew Tabler, senior fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Studies. “Kuwait’s banking system and its money changers have long been a huge problem because they are a major conduit for money to extremist groups in Syria and now Iraq.”
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has been publicly accusing Saudi Arabia and Qatar of funding ISIS for months. Several reports have detailed how private Gulf funding to various Syrian rebel groups has splintered the Syrian opposition and paved the way for the rise of groups like ISIS and others.
- From the excellent Daily Beast article, America’s Allies Are Funding ISIS
By Michael Krieger: The world is a very complicated place, and the Middle East is a particularly difficult region to try to get your head around. Between decades of colonialism, gigantic oil reserves, governments that are essentially feudal kingdoms, and the never-ending and always shifting Western government propaganda that often changes the targets of demonization on a whim, it’s no wonder people are so confused.

Penis, Balls and Chains

Stefan Molyneux
0:02:28 "Is it objectively better to be in touch with your feelings?"
1:30:33 "should I tell my parents about my secret girlfriend?"
2:41:50 "How do I avoid the friend zone."

Workplace Inequality: When One Side Has an Escape Hatch! Pussy Pass

No woman should be authorised to stay at home to bring up her children. Society should be totally different. Women should not have that choice, precisely because if there is such a choice, too many women will make that one.
—Simone de Beauvoir (In “A Dialogue with Simone de Beauvoir” [1])
By : The other day as I was walking in the sunshine, pedestrians suffered the inconvenience of having to step off the footpath and onto the road because a team of sweaty, singlet-clad workmen with dirt and dust sticking to their skin were digging a trench. Shovelling spades of dirt alongside the trench with the precision of surgeons wielding scalpels, the workers hardly raised any dust into the path of pedestrians. They were all men, of course, and I could fairly confidently conclude that they weren’t digging the trench for the joy of it. Between the trench and the road, a number of well-dressed women holding designer handbags in their manicured hands were waiting at the bus stop, scowling at having to contend with the little bit of wind-blown dust that our spade-wielding surgeons could not avoid. Oh, the inconvenience.
I wish I had had a camera. There could be no more compelling example of the dynamic between slave and entitled.