20 Sep 2014

Janet Bloomfied, The Bitch That Has All the Bitches Bitching

Paul Elam: AVfM’s Director of Social Media, Janet Bloomfield, also affectionately known as JudgyBitch to her thousands of blog visitors at judgybitch.com, has become a thorn in the side to whackaloon feminists, social justice warriors and other purveyors of goofball ideology geared to make people rich and powerful off being “poor and powerless.” Bloomfield has become so much of a nuisance that they have mounted campaigns to suspend her twitter account in what can only be called a quintessentially stupid attempt to silence her. She has also been attacked online by victim-hooker Amanda Marcotte as one of seven women who want to take away women’s rights.

Hamas = ISIS? - Zio-Nazi Anti-Islamic Propaganda Campaign To Run On US 'Hymietown' Buses

RT: A propaganda 'ad' campaign featuring anti-Islamic messages is to run on one hundred New York City buses and two subway stations beginning next week. Costing $100,000, it equates Hamas with Islamic State militants for ‘education purposes.’

The campaign is based on a provocative premise: “Hamas is ISIS”, “Hamas is CAIR in America,” “Islamic Jew Hatred: It’s in the Quran.”
One ad has the title “Yesterday’s Moderate is Today’s Headline” and features two photos. On the left is a photo of Abdel-Majed aka Abdel Bary, a London-based Muslim shown in a recording studio with the caption: “Executioner who beheaded a reporter before he became a jihadist.”
Alongside the photo is the image of journalist James Foley in an orange jumpsuit standing next to a hooded man just before his execution, captioned: “Executioner who beheaded a reporter after being devout.” British intelligence has identified the executioner as Abdel Bary, according to The Guardian.
Across the bottom of the ad runs a line in red ink: “It’s not Islamphobia, It’s Islamorealism.”

69 Rape Balloons In HELL! Neunundsechzigvergewaltigungsblase

DoctorRandomercam: If you make an insanely stupid law about it, we will make insanely stupid art about it.
And you do NOT.... [listen to me very fucking carefully] you do not get to say we are unhealthily obsessed with this subject because of our insanely stupid ART. You do not get to call us the sick ones. We are concerned about your unhealthy obsession with this subject and the insanely stupid LAWS you make about it.

Fear-Mongered Scottish NO Voters - Max Keiser And Stacy Herbert With Brock Pierce

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the United Kingdom waking up to a new motto: IT’S NOT WORTH THE RISK,” following the outcome of the Scottish independence referendum. They look at the breakdown on who voted for independence (the under 54’s) and who didn’t back independence (the over 55’s) so as the taxpayer owned Royal Bank of Scotland said of the result, “It’s business as usual.”

I Voted YES - Who Voted NO? - Referendum Song -The FKN Newz

Scottish Vote Rigging Caught On Tape!

Tyler Durden's pictureGiven the pre-vote polls and 300 years of historical resentment, many were somewhat surprised at the overwhelming "No" vote in last night's Scottish Independence referendum. While we now know that the vote broke very cleanly between old ("no") and young ("yes") Scots, the following clip suggests the possibility that more was afoot than that. As the commentator blasts, "Busted! Absolutely busted!" You decide...

Woman Brutalizes 11 Month Old Son, Leaves Him Outside Next To Trash For Father To Find

There have been A LOT of headlines surrounding domestic violence & child abuse this week.  It seems like everybody’s skeletons about abuse are just falling out of the closet as of lately.  And this is a good thing of course, to a degree.  It is good in that it helps to shine a light on these very real problems that a lot of people just do not talk about even though so many people are affected by these types of abuses (and other abuses) every single day.
But what I want to talk about pertains to domestic abuse and some of you out there reading this are going to agree with me & some of you are going to vehemently disagree with me.  But it is what it is….
I want to talk about this picture below…

Scotland ..Cheated And Lied To By Westmonster - The BBC Sucks O Cocks News

"The 45% that voted yes are magnificent! ...Everyone is proud of you. ...they've got the BBC, ITV, they've got the newspapers, we are bigger than them." The Artist Taxi Driver

OK, I Get It. Things Are Coming Unglued

By: As long as major stock indices around the world keep soaring (forget for a moment the carnage in smaller stocks), and as long as bonds trade at near all-time highs, and as long as the yield of dubious government debt is close to zero or below zero so that borrowing has become a profit center for governments and a loss center for investors, as long as we live in this wondrous world, who cares about the global economy? 
This is a resounding theme. Super-ugly data about Japan’s economy piles up, and people say, “Yeah but look, the Nikkei surges.” And this discussion is over.
It doesn’t matter that the Nikkei surges as the Bank of Japan is buying every JGB that isn’t nailed down. It’s buying them from banks, pension funds, and individual investors to pile them up on its balance sheet where they can be selectively defaulted on without sparking social chaos. Everyone seems to have accepted the alternative to social chaos, namely a gradual loss of “wealth.”
So banks, pension funds, and other investors are selling their JGBs to the Bank of Japan and are looking at stocks as a place to stash their proceeds. This buying is unrelated to what companies in the Nikkei are doing. It’s an effort to get rid of increasingly toxic JGBs. And hedge funds anticipate that pension funds and other investors are shifting into stocks, and they front-run them, and the Nikkei surges….
But off to the side, in Cairns, Australia, the finance honchos of the G-20 are meeting this weekend. And they’re already jabbering. They’re lamenting just how badly the global economy is faltering.

Currency Wars: ‘World in indefinite depression’ Jim Rickards

We are in global depression which started in 2007 and is going to continue indefinitely, Jim Rickards, economist and author of “Currency Wars: The Making of the Next Global Crisis,” told RT.
China’s central bank is injecting a combined 500 billion Yuan into the country’s top banks – a move signaling the deep concerns of an economic slowdown in China. A downturn in China`s economy, as investment is scaled back in Chinese real estate, has prompted economists to forecast further financial defaults and slowing economic growth in the second half of the year. Will this monetary easing fix China’s short-term problem and put it back on the path to prosperity in the long-term? Erin from “Boom Bust” asked economist, Jim Rickards, in her show.
RT: The Chinese Central bank is now offering stimulus. Is this a part of a new round of currency wars?
Jim Rickards: Yes, that is right. I think this is one long “currency war”. We are now getting into more of a battle, more of a confrontation. The US dollar is the only strong currency that cannot last: the US cannot have a strong currency, because we are desperate for inflation. We have done all the quantitative easing, we have raised the zero, we have issued further guidance, we have done a twist, and we have done tree versions of QE. We have done everything possible. The only thing left is to try to cheapen the currency and in fact the dollar is getting stronger. The Fed might not have minded a stronger dollar. Six months ago it did look like the economy was getting stronger. We saw strong second quarter GDP. So it was a little bit of a good day. And Europe was desperate for the help: they were stepping into recession. Japan`s economy collapsed in the second quarter. So you could see the feds saying “ok…we will have a stronger dollar and give Europe and Japan a break”. But that is over. Now the US is becoming a loser and we are the ones who need to take a break. The only way to get it is a cheaper dollar. I would look for that in the months ahead.

Fear And Loathing In Scotland - Why The NO’s Won, Lessons Learned

"In a nutshell, old people filled with fear blocked independence."
By Michael Krieger: Yesterday morning, as I sat down for my ritualistic dose of caffeine and began to write, I noticed that I had auspiciously planted myself in front of two older women from the UK. One was from Scotland, the other from somewhere else in the United Kingdom with an accent I couldn’t quite place. The non-Scottish woman asked her friend for thoughts on the independence referendum. The Scottish woman replied that she would have voted “YES,” but that her friends were all voting “NO.” She said that they were afraid.”
Upon overhearing this, I felt a pit form in my stomach. Almost all of the enthusiasm that I had for the day was immediately drained. Not only was I excited to see a historically defiant and proud people vote for independence, but yesterday marked the launch of the Contributor section of Liberty Blitzkrieg. It was a big day for me, yet all of a sudden it was as if the atmosphere suddenly evaporated and despair filled the air. Although no results had yet been reported, I knew the result. It was going to be NO.
I’m pretty sure I have absolutely zero Scottish blood in me, but I felt a strong sense of pride and camaraderie with the rebellious northerners. They had a chance to really kickstart a peaceful process of political decentralization that would spread like brushfire across the world. From Caledonia to Catalonia. From Quebec to these United States. It would have been an unstoppable force. It would be humanity proudly waving a flag of liberty and saying we can be fully integrated within the world at large without being ruled from a centralized power far from where we live.

Disgraceful CIA Put All Spying Operations In Western Europe On Hold?

RT: The CIA’s European Division wants us to think that it has halted it's operations in Western Europe in response to several disgraceful spying scandals in Germany and the continent’s negative reaction to the revelations of spying by the National Security Agency on European leaders and citizens.
The stand-down order is supposed to have been in effect for two months. Said to be designed to give CIA officers time to examine whether they were being careful enough and to evaluate whether spying on allies is worth running the risk of discovery, a US official who has been briefed on the situation told the Associated Press.
Case officers in friendly European countries have largely forbidden from undertaking "unilateral operations" such as meeting with sources they have recruited within allied governments. The continent’s countries have long been used as safe venues to conduct meetings between CIA officers and sources from the Middle East and other high priority areas; those encounters have been rerouted to other locales.
The spying stand-down comes at an inopportune time, AP reported, citing worries over Western extremists heading to Syria and Iraq to join with the Islamic State, as well as the standoff with Russia over influence on Ukraine and the independence movement in the eastern part of the country. Tensions have grown between the US and its European allies since Edward Snowden's NSA revelations in June 2013.