7 Sep 2014

Scottish Independence YES!! Ahead In Polls - The BBC Sucks O Cocks News

"FREEDOM, FREEDOM, FREEDOM! ...We reject the Bank of England, we reject the Euro! The world will come to Scotland." The Artist Taxi Driver

MHRA 6oodfella Challenges Ana Kasparian To Take A Stand

"You're not a child, Ana, you know the difference between right and wrong, so do what's right." 6oodfella

Over-Reading The Nice Guy

By : Society is a nice idea. People gather to service a common goal: survival; throw in some basic rules for cohesiveness; and, boom, society.
Something occurred to me these last couple days, though, part of an ongoing neural itch I’ve been scratching at obsessively for months now: too many people on both sides of the debate have been making poor conceptions of primitive livelihood. I may get into that deeper at a later date because it’s one thing for feminists to screw it all up, but it’s utterly shameful for the MRAs to get it wrong, and I’m running out of skull to scratch at. But for now, I’ll share my epiphany on niceness.
Niceness isn’t favored by either gender—not because it’s inherently flawed as a psychological evolution but simply because nobody really understands niceness. Not understanding something leads to distrust of that something. We like to think we understand niceness, but because it started out as a necessary societal dictation, we still think of niceness in those terms.
We don’t question the phrase “Be nice to your family/friends/community” when our parents are grilling into us as children, usually because there’s usually a reddened hand involved. We are expected to nod and smile at community members when they are being clusterfucks because niceness is societal cohesion.
So let’s harken back to the days of necessary cohesion. I’m of Canadian Native descent, and there are noticeable holdovers of my branch of peoples that help me put two and two together: men scatter and women gather (like I said above, I’ll get into that later).

UK In "Full Panic Mode", Rains Brimstone, Bribes On Scotland As "Yes" To Independence Poll Crosses 50%

Tyler Durden's picture All pundits who over the past few months have been saying the possibility of Scottish independence as a result of the September 18 ballot, is at best a pipe dream got a rude wake up call overnight, when Scottish YouGov poll for the Sunday Times put the "Yes" (for independence campaign) on top for the first time since polling began, with No below the majority cutoff line for the first time, at 49, when undecided voters are excluded, and even when including undecideds "Yes" is still ahead by two points at 47-45. As the Spectator reports, "in the space of four weeks, "No" has blown a 22-point lead." 

A Whole New MHRM Disney

Life is only a hole
Primed and quivering, glistening
Tell me Princess, I'm listening
Does it feel like rape each time?

Well I can open that eye
Take you one way by one way
Over, sideways, the wrong way
In the Tunnel of Love you like

Biggest Private Media Owners In Sweden Protect Feminists Who Bullied A Man To Death

From the Bonniers’ LinkedIn page
By At the libertarian net magazine Free times, you could on August 24 read about how the Bonnier family, concerned about the growing hate on the Internet, started a campaign against net bullying in their magazine for young women, VeckoRevyn. The Bonniers also demanded that the state create new, stringent laws against what they called net-hate and a new special department called the “Internet Ombudsman.”
They even created a stylish and lavish commercial for just this purpose.
And sure, it is a praiseworthy goal. Most of us view bullying and the spread of hatred as a cancer on the Internet—and just like cancer, it can be deadly. The family of the late Lucas Hertzman has experienced this first-hand. Hertzman committed suicide because the online hatred toward him from the feminist party’s youth organization, Young Feminists, had become too much for this fragile person to handle—a case that AVfM Sweden has already written several articles about.
The mainstream media, however, has never mentioned this particular case of net bullying. Newspapers that otherwise love to revel in these types of stories, at least when they affect women, have not printed a single line of text on the fate of Lucas Hertzman. They have not even held him up as an example of how badly hate of this kind can hurt someone. Major Swedish newspapers such as Dagens Nyheter, Expressen, GT, the Evening Post, and Sydsvenskan have all remained dead silent - an inaction that many in the social media have found very strange.

Gun Control In 47 Seconds

If you are for gun control, then you are not against guns, because the guns will be needed to disarm people. So it's not that you are anti-gun. You'll need the police's guns to take away other people's guns. So you are very pro-gun, you just believe that only the Government (which is, of course, so reliable, honest, moral and virtuous) should be allowed to have guns. There is no such thing as gun control. There is only centralizing gun ownership in the hands of a small, political elite and their minions. Stefan Molyneux

I Challenge Feminists To Walk The Walk

6oodfella: Don't worry, feminists, it's a very easy challenge.

Holocaust Truths Hoaxes And Forgeries - Galloway's Assailant Raises The Issue + Cole in Auschwitz Parts 1-7

"You've got a whole breed of people raised on it." Morris

Is Real Hell: Poll Shows 30% Of Israelis Favor Emigrating From Israel

A new poll has found that 30 percent of Israelis realise that staying is effectively being bloody minded and favour emigrating from Israel following recent Tel Aviv’s brutal genocide on the besieged Gaza Strip.
http://www.presstv.com/detail/2014/09/06/377899/30-of-israelis-favor-leaving-israel/
Orwellian UK Zionist Shill Regulator BANNED Press TV: According to Israel’s Channel 2, those polled said they can no longer deal with the psychological repercussions of another war.
The survey conducted by the Israeli media also shows more Israelis are now thinking of leaving the occupied Palestinian land after having been through three wars in six years.
The recent poll, however, did not say how many Israelis were interviewed in the survey.
This comes as a recent research study showed that a million Israelis have left the occupied territories over the past two decades.
Economic experts and political analysts say continued violence along with the economic situation of the Israeli middle class is making moving out no longer a taboo.
Some of those who recently left Israel have cited insecurity and high cost of life as the main reasons for their emigration.
In recent weeks, a large number of protesters took to the streets of Tel Aviv for several times to censure the Israeli regime for its brutal war on Gaza Strip.
They say Israeli crimes against Gazans have isolated and defamed Israel across the globe.