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Saturday, January 21, 2017

olivia taters on Twitter: "democrats are ironically unsily ������"

olivia taters on Twitter: "democrats are ironically unsily ������"





Lachlan Markay on Twitter: "We...do pay for razors? https://t.co/1UP1WobhmM"

Lachlan Markay on Twitter: "We...do pay for razors? https://t.co/1UP1WobhmM"

The Deal with the Manosphere - The Blackdragon Blog

The Deal with the Manosphere - The Blackdragon Blog



Western society is already fucked, economically and culturally, and there is no saving it at this point. I’ve discussed the numerous reasons for this many times over several different blogs. The last chance we had to save it was around the mid 1990s, and that was a long time ago. Your only option for long-term happiness as a man at this point is to radically change your lifestyle so that you aren’t affected by the West’s slow collapse into a left-wing shithole. This is what I teach.

Kayleigh McEnany on Twitter: "Feminist movement clearly not into protecting the environment #WomensMarch https://t.co/MRwA0s87U4"

Kayleigh McEnany on Twitter: "Feminist movement clearly not into protecting the environment #WomensMarch https://t.co/MRwA0s87U4"

Matthew 20:28 Even as the Son of man came not to be ministered unto, but to minister, and to give his life a ransom for many.

Matthew 20:28 Even as the Son of man came not to be ministered unto, but to minister, and to give his life a ransom for many.


Matthew 20:28
KJV(i) 28 Even as the Son of man came not to be ministered unto, but to minister, and to give his life a ransom for many.


The remarkable dignity of Venezuela's women | Fox News


It was barely mentioned in the recent U.S. presidential elections, but Venezuela is suffering the consequences of being under the boot of one of the most atrocious and enduring Socialist dictatorships of our time.


In fact, at the end of the first U.S. presidential debates, Venezuela received a minute of attention when Hillary Clinton mentioned a former Venezuelan beauty queen to spite Donald Trump, the former owner of the Miss Universe Organization.

Interestingly, Venezuela leads in winning Miss World contests and is second in Miss Universe pageants. And while Venezuelan women are particularly beautiful (I am of course biased), I am proud that in today’s desperate struggle for freedom, they have also proven to be extremely valiant and resilient.

Hugo Chávez, the military-putschist-revolutionary-leader who was eventually elected president and then turned dictator, claimed that his government had apparently and uniquely highlighted the crucial role of women in society. 

Stating that— “women in essence can only be freed through a socialist revolution”, and “there’s no socialism without feminism”, Chávez rallied considerable female support and enthusiasm. With powerful sentences such as—“The dignity of a people is dependent on the dignity of women”, Chávez pretended to incorporate the feminine half of society which history has so often disregarded.

Nevertheless, after almost 20 years of his so-called “revolution”, my country, my people, and my gender, are experiencing the worst predicament in our history.

Our once rich and prosperous nation is now filled with scarcity, hunger, misery and despair, and women are paying the highest price.

Inflation has deeply hurt the average Venezuelan worker as the cost of a family’s basic food basket has augmented five fold in one year.

Mothers across the country are struggling and forfeiting their own well-being to feed their babies.

Today, as the health system collapses in Venezuela, giving birth to a child can frequently become a ruthless calamity. Hospitals, destitute of 90 percent of the medicines they routinely use, are congested and have no choice but to stop relying on modern emergency procedures. Many surgery rooms are dysfunctional and many hospitals are literally struggling not just to save lives but to stay open. Clean water and electrical shortages are frequent, not to mention the scarcity of basic detergents to clean hallways and hospital rooms.

Mothers have had to give birth on the steps of hospitals due to overcrowding. Diseases, which were once kept in check – and in some cases had vanished in Venezuela, such as Malaria and Diphtheria – are reappearing at alarming rates due to the lack of preventive measures threatening both mothers and their newborns in hospitals and throughout the national health system.

Premature births and miscarriages, which are expected to diminish as countries develop, are increasing exponentially in Venezuela, often due to maternal malnutrition during pregnancy.

The serious economic crisis, the hardships and expenses of finding traditional contraceptive methods are forcing many desperate women in Venezuela to contemplate being forced into sterilization. Some of them are doing this at an early age, relinquishing their hopes of becoming mothers.

Over the past few weeks, there have been many reports about Venezuelan women bartering anything, including selling their hair at the Colombian border in return for basic supplies. However, the big issue is not what Venezuelan women are selling, rather what they are giving up.

Many Venezuelan women have resorted to abandoning their children because they feel they have no other choice. In the best scenarios, they might desert their children leaving them with a relative, or a neighbor. There is also the option of state agencies and charities, which have seen a surge in the number of parents begging for help. 

Yet in some extreme cases, mothers simply abandon their children on the streets of our towns and cities. Last month a baby boy –a few months’ old– was found inside a paper bag in a relatively affluent area of Caracas. A few weeks later a malnourished one-year-old baby was found abandoned in a cardboard box in the eastern city of Ciudad Guayana.

However, most poor women refuse to give up their children and seek work wherever or however it can be found. Heartbreakingly, this infers that more and more Venezuelan women are resorting to prostitution.

A recent report revealed that the border city of Cúcuta has become a center for prostitution. Teenage girls can make more money in a weekend in Cúcuta from prostitution than they can in a year on the minimum wage in Venezuela.

A fortnight ago, while visiting Santa Teresa del Tuy, a one hour trip from Caracas, I was invited inside a very humble abode inhabited by a grandmother, a mother and four small children.

Once inside, I extended my arms and picked up the smallest child and asked his age, thinking from his size and weight he must be eight or ten months old.

I was stunned when the mother replied he was two years old. Our babies are growing up deprived of milk and proteins, which has a direct impact on their development and health.

Many lactating mothers are malnourished because they cannot find basic foods, or pay the black market prices, not to mention things like essential vaccines.

One frequently sees long lines of mothers with their screaming babies in their arms waiting in front of a supermarket or a pharmacy. Sometimes they spend four or five hours in a queue. They are waiting for milk or diapers.

The moment the word is spread (and it spreads like wildfire) that a lorry-load of diapers or milk has been seen arriving at a given address, there is mayhem. 

By the time you arrive at the address, if supplies have lasted, the chances are you can’t even afford to buy your quota of what you require at government controlled prices. For Venezuelan women, it is permanent crisis mode.

As a former presidential candidate at the primaries and as a former Congresswoman, (opposition MP of the silenced Venezuelan parliament), I actually regard that “the dignity of a people is reliant on the dignity of its women.” 

The world must be made aware of what Chavez’s revolution and his dictatorial successor Maduro have done to the integrity of the Venezuelan people and to the dignity of our women. But they must also know that the women of Venezuela are courageous and resilient. You will find them at every demonstration, at every protest. Women of all ages standing bravely, often in the line of fire, for their freedom; for their dignity. 

And we will continue to shout loudly for our freedom and we will continue to fight proudly for our dignity, for the sake of our country, and for the sake of our children. 

María Corina Machado, is one of the current leaders of the movement for democracy in Venezuela. She is a former primary candidate for president, former member of the National Assembly of Venezuela and leader of Vente Venezuela.

Fake News About "Love" For Obamacare? | Zero Hedge

Fake News About "Love" For Obamacare? | Zero Hedge



On the practical level, it sucks. You do not get medical care (let alone free or even “affordable” care). You are forced by the government to buy an insurance policy. It is not the same thing as getting “care.” The insurance company is a crony capitalist cartel that will do all it can to avoid paying for “care” while making you pay for “coverage.” People have become hip to this – and they are not in love with it.

Friday, January 20, 2017

Shia LaBeouf Launches 4-Year Live Stream to Protest President Trump | Hollywood Reporter

Shia LaBeouf Launches 4-Year Live Stream to Protest President Trump | Hollywood Reporter



The actor's latest art project asks passersby to stop by the Museum of the Moving Image and say "He will not divide us" in front of a mounted camera.




Vee VonSweets on Twitter: "Happy Fucken Friday https://t.co/LYmcGVpUUs"

Vee VonSweets on Twitter: "Happy Fucken Friday https://t.co/LYmcGVpUUs"

Tim Carney on Twitter: "So I intervened. And saved the box. https://t.co/kOEV5uiKPr"

Tim Carney on Twitter: "So I intervened. And saved the box. https://t.co/kOEV5uiKPr"

Republicans, Democrats, and Voodoo Economics - Jeff Nielson | Sprott Money


would argue that it was the Clinton regime (with Larry Summers in charge of economic policy) which began the transformation of the U.S. economy from what was still a relatively strong and prosperous entity into the hopelessly crippled, financial Ponzi-scheme which it has become today. It was during the Clinton years, with a Democrat at the helm of the U.S. economy that the Wall Street crime syndicate was fully unleashed upon the U.S. – and the world – through tearing up the Glass-Steagall Act (1933).
Not only did that crime against humanity mark the beginning of the worst financial crime spree in the history of humanity (X 100), it also marked the beginning of the financial cannibalization of the U.S. economy



Obama's Legacy Will Be Forever Etched in Halls of the Federal Reserve - Trading with The Fly

Obama's Legacy Will Be Forever Etched in Halls of the Federal Reserve - Trading with The Fly



He was the Fed’s best friend ever. Could they’ve had a better business partner than Obama, taking the Federal budget and clown raping it with ruinous levels of spending. The Fed’s mandate shifted from tinkering with rates during periods of need to blatantly controlling asset prices and the economy.
As of right now, during the final hours of Obama’s presidency, the Federal Reserve has never been more powerful. It is the central bank to the world — doling out liquidity to whoever needs it — regardless of national sovereignty.
Plainly, it has become a caricature of itself, a cabal weaponized to the point of lunacy — totally unchecked and operating in the shadows with impunity.
There are many things that will be forgotten, many mistake that will be corrected, after Obama has gone.
But this will last forever.
Obama has accumulated more debt than all of America’s Presidents before him, combined.


There's a storm coming ... You'll wonder how you could live so large and leave so little

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Guillermo del Toro on Twitter: "Informal poll (let's see how many votes we get in 24 hours) Hellboy III"

Guillermo del Toro on Twitter: "Informal poll (let's see how many votes we get in 24 hours) Hellboy III"

A Different Perspective on Donald Trump's Presidency You May Not Have Considered Yet - The Power of Ideas

A Different Perspective on Donald Trump's Presidency You May Not Have Considered Yet - The Power of Ideas



What Irritates You About Others Helps You Come To An Understanding of Yourself

“Everything that irrituates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves. There is no coming to consciousness without pain. People will do anything, no matter how absurd, in order to avoid facing their own Soul. Everyone carries a Shadow, and the less it is embodied in the individual’s conscious life, the blacker and denser it is. When an inner situation is not made conscious, it appears outside as fate.”– Carl Jung

Review: "The Politics of Bitcoin" Offers a Flawed and Misleading Partisan View | Bitcoin Magazine

Review: "The Politics of Bitcoin" Offers a Flawed and Misleading Partisan View | Bitcoin MagazineThis is not to say that Golumbia’s book isn’t well written. It is, in fact, a masterpiece of sophistry that carefully builds up subtly constructed distortions of simple concepts like “freedom” and “control,” in the hope of persuading the reader that real freedom can only come from a “benevolent” Big Brother that controls each and every aspect of life from the cradle to the grave. Sounds absurd? Sure it is, like those funny mathematical “demonstrations” that  prove 1 equals 0.


Review: "The Politics of Bitcoin" Offers a Flawed and Misleading Partisan View | Bitcoin Magazine

Review: "The Politics of Bitcoin" Offers a Flawed and Misleading Partisan View | Bitcoin MagazineThe book doesn’t mention Trump, but is explicit in condemning the Libertarian (or cyber-Libertarian) aspiration to personal autonomy, self-ownership and freedom — as much freedom as possible — from the power, greed and control freakery of overreaching central authorities.




Monday, January 16, 2017

Why There Is a Bipartisan Push to Legalize Hemp

Why There Is a Bipartisan Push to Legalize Hemp



He told C-SPAN last week that the first bill he plans to introduce will seek to federally deregulate hemp, and he summed up the reason the issue has appeal across the aisle:

"Liberals liked it because it's a sustainable crop," Comer said. "Conservatives liked it because this is an example of the government standing in the way of the private sector."

Venezuela Debuts New Banknotes Amid Soaring Inflation - ABC News

Venezuela Debuts New Banknotes Amid Soaring Inflation - ABC News



Opponents of Maduro said that in trying to set an exchange rate for pesos, authorities are paving the way for corruption, saying only certain individuals and companies close to the government will be able to purchase them at the official rate.

This Is What Venezuela's New, Vertical, Banknotes, Now With Added Zeros Look Like | Zero Hedge

This Is What Venezuela's New, Vertical, Banknotes, Now With Added Zeros Look Like | Zero Hedge



Eager to get their hands on the new currency, AP writes that Venezuelans stood in long ATM lines Monday to take out new, larger-denominated bills "that President Nicolas Maduro hopes will help stabilize the crisis-wracked economy." Of course, they will do no such thing as the pieces of paper in circulation have absolutely no bearing on the underlying economy, or its hyperinflation, but it will take at least several more shipments of new banknotes before the Maduro figures this out.

Video: 81-year-old Tennessee woman dies after being dragged by car during purse snatching

Video: 81-year-old Tennessee woman dies after being dragged by car during purse snatching



“Have some respect for other people’s dignity. Don’t you want to live to be 81 years old?” said BJ Banks, Wicker’s neighbor. “What kind of person are you? Are you that weak and powerless that you have to go and take another person’s life over a couple of dollars?”

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Clean Coal Plant Creates More Emissions Than It Captures | The Daily Caller

Clean Coal Plant Creates More Emissions Than It Captures | The Daily Caller



That CO2 will be piped to oil fields to the West Ranch oil field field where it will be used for enhanced oil recovery. NRG and JX Nippon claims that “oil production at the field is currently estimated to increase from approximately 300 barrels per day … to production of up to 15,000 barrels per day using captured CO2.”







New laws in Michigan shake up the marijuana industry | Local | southbendtribune.com

New laws in Michigan shake up the marijuana industry | Local | southbendtribune.com

PM Netanyahu's Remarks at Weekly Cabinet Meeting - 15/01/2017

Craig R. Brittain on Twitter: "Left: @KeithOlbermann questions the truth of Assange accusations in 2010. Right: Keith Olbermann: "Rapist Assange" "Enemy of Freedom" 2016/7 https://t.co/YusvnCVJzw"

Craig R. Brittain on Twitter: "Left: @KeithOlbermann questions the truth of Assange accusations in 2010. Right: Keith Olbermann: "Rapist Assange" "Enemy of Freedom" 2016/7 https://t.co/YusvnCVJzw"

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