Leftism-Feminism has an ideological agenda to destroy The Patriarchy. Women are no more valued in this agenda than men are – excepting straight white males who, as The Patriarchy incarnate, are in a category of their own. Straight white males are sub-value and must be destroyed at any cost.

Hence mass immigration of Muslims to destabilize white man’s civilization, coupled with the attitude typified by John Kerry’s  “[Terrorism] has nothing to do with Islam” and Hillary Clinton’s “Muslims are peaceful and tolerant people and have nothing whatsoever to do with terrorism.” (hidden meaning: Muslim mass-murder in every corner of this Earth is really all the white man’s doing. Or even, Let’s get rid of the white male menace and replace it with nice, gentle, non-murderous, non-violent, Islam). (The Week in Nothing to do with Islam)


Here’s how the Mayor of Cologne (a feminist) suggested that women protect themselves against the Muslim mobs surrounding and already molesting them: “There’s always the possibility of keeping a certain distance of more than an arm’s length – that is to say to make sure yourself you don’t look to be too close to people who are not known to you, and to whom you don’t have a trusting relationship“.

She blames the victims. How different this is from the feminist campaigns of “micro-aggressions” against white men! When a white man sits with his knees apart, which is an offence in New York, he attracts far more feminist vitriol than does mass sexual molestation by Muslims. There couldn’t be clearer evidence of the feminists’ racial hatred against white men.

“Feminists have expended enormous effort to create the impression that rape is a crime commonly committed by ‘privileged’ college boys. This falsehood serves the interests of the Democrat Party in several ways, especially because demonizing ‘privileged’ (i.e., white, middle-class, heterosexual) males is part of a message that helps Democrats mobilize female voters, minority voters and gay voters. This is a type of hate propaganda which masquerades as ‘progressivism.'” (Muslim Rape Gangs Attack Women, and Feminists Won’t Say a Word About It)

It’s easy for the leftist-feminists. They have the MSM on their side. The MSM voluntarily suppresses all information that would weaken their cause. If the leftist-feminist State is prepared to hide the truth from the people, it will also be prepared to dodge any action that would reveal the truth of its own failure. A glaring example is this:

In order to deal effectively with Muslim violence against women, the State would first have to recognize it for what it is: specifically a cultural Muslim violence against women. But this would be an admission that mass immigration is harmful to Western society. So the State won’t take any realistic action against the violence. It will duck and dive, lie and deceive. It will let women be raped and murdered, rather than allow people to know that it (the State) has created the scenario whereby the rape and murder will inevitably occur.

So, western women, not only will Feminism fail to protect you, it is ideologically bound to do the opposite of protect you. You boasted about your “independence” from men. You gloated that men are irrelevant and obsolete, that you need us like a fish needs a bicycle. You accepted the suggestion that the male population should be reduced by 80% to 90% “for the good of all”. The Female-biased State that replaced the husband, thereby emboldening you to be so arrogant towards us, is now feeding you to the wolves.

If the Feminist State takes any major steps against Muslim thugs at all, it will be belatedly and with profound reluctance. Having let the Barbarian inside the gates, the State should now declare martial law. I’m not holding my breath.


Future posts:
Marxism has played Feminism like a fish on a bike.

Posted in Cill, Feminism, Lies
  1. Farm Boy says:

    The View’s Joy Behar on Tuesday insisted that, regardless of whether Bill Clinton raped a woman or Ted Kennedy drowned someone, she would vote for these liberal politicians. Behar and her fellow co-hosts were discussing how Clinton’s past would impact his wife. She justified, “Republicans have voted against the Violence Against Women Act. Now, that to me, is more important than anything that Bill Clinton did or didn’t do because it’s what [Hillary’s] going to vote for.”

    This came after co-host Paula Faris reminded, “Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey. They say that he [Clinton] either exposed himself to them, raped them or groped them.” Behar conceded, “He is a dog. Let’s face it.” She later declared, “But I still will vote for Bill Clinton because he votes in my favor.”

    Click on the video to see it

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  2. Spawny Get says:

    had enough for the moment.


  3. Farm Boy says:

    Oddly enough, gays don”t protest either

    The murder of a 15-year-old teenager, thrown to his death by ISIS for being gay, not only reveals—yet again—the terror group’s murderous homophobia, but also the hypocrisy that exists alongside it.

    A senior commander of the so-called Islamic State, named in reports as Abu Zaid al-Jazrawi, was having some kind of relationship with this as-yet-nameless 15-year-old, but the more senior man was not killed.

    Instead, al-Jazrawi was reportedly flogged, and forced to leave Syria and join the fighting fronts in northwestern Iraq.

    The boy, killed in Deir ez-Zor, Syria’s seventh-largest city, is not the first to be murdered in such a manner: the images of men, accused and suspected of being gay, being thrown to their deaths from tall buildings has become brutally familiar.

    On Tuesday, the U.K.-based Syrian Observatory For Human Rights, told The Independent that at least 25 people have been killed by ISIS for being gay: six stoned, three shot in the head, and 16 thrown from high-rise buildings.

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  4. Spawny Get says:

    They thought that the reshuffle was over, but then the resignations began. Time for another meeting of the Labour leadershits


  5. CF says:

    Feminists gloated about not needing a man indeed. Soon they will be begging for, not just any man, but bad men. Bad men (bad boys/jerk boys) to protect them from other bad men. More so Alphas, which are in short supply these days it seems.


  6. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This is just madness. At the bottom of it, the fish really do need bicycles. That feminists could sell women on the idea that government could replace a man in their lives who loved them is pretty amazing. Maybe they never thought all that much of us to begin with.
    Now this.
    It would not surprise me if the Nazis did come back.

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  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    That someone would commission a baloon is such poor taste is difficult to belive. That is bad.

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  8. Spawny Get says:

    “Feminists gloated about not needing a man indeed. Soon they will be begging for…”
    Don’t care. Don’t care what they want or need. Wouldn’t piss in their mouths if their tongues were on fire. Too late.
    They made everybody’s bed, I am utterly uninterested in saving them even a minute of them having to lie in it.
    We have far too many rabbits in the world. Their indifference to reality is going to cost many dearly. Unleash the myxie. Let the games begin.

    Told you that I’d had enough.

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  9. Cill says:

    Spawny, you bring me tidings of great joy, the immolation of the British Labour Party.

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  10. Cill says:

    Farm Boy link at 12:04 am

    I started to watch it. I tried. I really did. Made it to 00:21


  11. Spawny Get says:

    The balloon was made to celebrate this woman being made Shadow minister for defence.

    I understand the joy from where you are. Even my strong stomach is finding it hard to take from here. These pigfuckers are supposed to keep the government honest.

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  12. Spawny Get says:

    Re The View.
    Rotherham elected a Labour MP again at the election.

    Same difference.

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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A woman Minister of Defence??? How is she expected to relate to her position? It’s all well and fine until the war starts.

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  14. Cill says:

    CF, “Soon they will be begging for, not just any man, but bad men”.

    They’ll also need the kind of white knight that will rush to their aid to save their skin. Alas, such men were rather thin on the ground in Germany last New Year’s Eve. I don’t think many men, alpha or beta, are going to rush to the aid of women who have gone out of their way to make enemies of the men. That will be the subject of my next post.

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I thought to argue against you for mercy but, true contrition does not come easily to the vain. It was vanity that got this whole mess started.

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  16. Spawny Get says:

    Forgot all about this site! It’s been a decade since I visited



  17. Cill says:

    Spawny, the balloon certainly looks as is it was made to celebrate the globular Shadow Minister for Defence, but are you sure it’s specifically an effigy of her? If it is, it’s fairly apt, I must admit. Hot air, bloomers stretched to the limit of their TARE weight capacity etc

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  18. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    They expected to be protected while completely on their own. I do remember a post elsewhere about a woman complaining thet she had her purse sstolen in the worst part of town after midnight while unaccompanied. She expected someone to rush to her aid. I think that all men of good sense were in bed asleep. That’s vanity
    As for these incidents in Germay on New Year’s Eve, these women were on their own and partying like rockstars. I don’t think the men were there. I think they stayyed home. Bicycles not needing fish?

    It’s on women to extend the olive branch. .

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  19. SFC Ton says:

    The progressive agenda is not about protecting the environment or women, or evating negro’s, or giving “rights” to sexual deviants or reducing the wealth gap

    its about fraying/ weakening/ destroying the West so a certain group of “people” can consolidate wealth and power

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  20. Farm Boy says:

    Is she called the shadow minister of defence because her shadow is perhaps her most prominent feature?

    My auto correct wants to change the spelling of defence to defense. It would seem that the Queen is losing the fight here.

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  21. Cill says:

    defence / defense (different spellings of the same word) cf licence / license (noun / verb)


  22. Farm Boy says:

    Your Queen is still losing

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  23. Not good….agreed. Short term thinking.

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  24. Cill says:

    “Is she called the shadow minister of defence because her shadow is perhaps her most prominent feature?”

    Yes. It’s a black hole with bloomers for the event horizon, from which particles can emit.Not only does God play dice with Her, He sometimes hides the dice.


  25. Cill says:

    “Rotherham elected a Labour MP again at the election.”

    ‘Twas the Muslim vote wot done it?


  26. Farm Boy says:

    That was probably a French Balloon.


  27. molly says:

    Men that know me protect me and I don’t deserve for other men to protect me as I’m a woman. I didn’t stop feminism from hating men. I wish more men know I hate feminism though. It’s our fault we didn’t stop the feminists.

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  28. Cill says:

    I know you’ve tried, wee molly.

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  29. Cill says:

    FB video at 2:57 am

    Group think?
    Cluster-think. Same thing I guess.


  30. molly says:

    Cill phoned me. He can’t get spawnyspace at his place. 😦

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  31. Spawny Get says:

    Molly, you’re fine.

    Just sprinkle a little knowledge around whilst going about your day (as I strongly suspect you already do). Be a female with man caring attitudes (as with Tarn* taken at face value). You can be a considerable thorn in the side for feminists, and a wake up call for men and boys, just by casually being appreciative of normal masculinity.

    No need for you to be more active than actual MGTOWs. You have no more original sin over feminism as a woman, than I have over the feminist declared glorious patriarchy as a man.

    And remember that I have always said NAWALT.

    And that part of this place’s raison d’etre is to allow some venting from time to time. Including, but not limited to, me and my vents.

    (* Not just Tarn, but others may play a part in other ways. It’s all good)

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  32. Spawny Get says:

    “Group think?”

    Grope think, in this case.

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  33. JDG says:


    I haven’t read a thing yet, but this title speaks for itself. It probably says everything that needs to be said about this subject (except the part about sammiches of course – you can’t really say enough about sammiches).

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  34. JDG says:

    Straight white males are sub-value and must be destroyed at any cost.

    Destroyed or assimilated. The man/male space she/they can’t dominate must be destroyed. This is the way of the rebellious woman. Once she/they can dominate the man/male space, she/they no longer respects or desires the man/male space. Then it’s time to find a new man/male space to assimilate or destroy (same thing really). It’s a vicious cycle that spirals down into chaos and destruction. This is feminism.

    No sammiches in a cycle like that.

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  35. JDG says:

    “On January 24, 2011, Toronto Police Constable Michael Sanguinetti and another officer from 31 Division spoke on crime prevention, addressing the issue of campus rape at a York University safety forum at Osgoode Hall Law School.[13][14] During the talk, Sanguinetti interrupted the more senior officer and said: “I’ve been told I’m not supposed to say this – however, women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized.”[14]”

    And thus began the slut walks.

    Here’s how the Mayor of Cologne (a feminist) suggested that women protect themselves against the Muslim mobs surrounding and already molesting them: “There’s always the possibility of keeping a certain distance of more than an arm’s length – that is to say to make sure yourself you don’t look to be too close to people who are not known to you, and to whom you don’t have a trusting relationship“.

    Maybe the sluts over here could fly over to Germany and help the good Mayor with her “mob” problem. Perhaps a slut walk or two will set things aright.

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  36. molly says:

    My parents took us to Germany at Xmas time. Xmas is beautiful in Germany.

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  37. Cill says:

    WordPress is on a build.


  38. Cill says:

    Anyone else having problems with WordPress?


  39. JDG says:

    I don’t have an account.


  40. Spawny Get says:

    I had an email about an attack on wordpress the company / their sites last night…


  41. Cill says:

    OK thanks. Last night for me too. Now I’ve lost the

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  42. Cill says:



  43. Cill says:

    What happens when you click “My Site”?


  44. Sumo says:

    Seems to be working just fine on my end. But, most stuff knows that it’s a bad idea to stop working for me.


  45. Cill says:

    The problem is in Chrome.


  46. Cill says:



  47. Cill says:

    Anyone else found chrome and spawnyspace not shaking hands?


  48. Spawny Get says:

    I’m Iron’ing quite happily. Iron being a clonish of Chrome (improved privacy)

    Iron doesn’t auto update. Yesterday I manually updated to Version 47.0.2500.0

    I use multiple folders and the portable install version. Mo and you could share a computer…just start a browser from each folder and they’ll run side by side.


  49. Yoda says:

    Wonder if a slut-walk down a street in a Muslum neighborhood women do the should.
    Interesting it would be

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  50. Yoda says:

    A myth male white privilege is.
    A myth I am not.

    How’s this for dark irony: throughout 2015, ‘white male privilege’ was the buzzphrase on every rad tweeter and liberal hack’s lips, as they fumed against the easy, pampered lives allegedly enjoyed by human beings who had the fortune to be born with a penis and pale skin. Railing against ‘white men’ and their cushy existences has become the stock-in-trade of many feminists.

    Yet towards the end of 2015 it was revealed that there’s a social group in Britain more derided and less successful than pretty much every other social group. Guess who? Yep, young white men. Especially young working-class white men. A large sector of the group that the new identity-politics mob loves to ridicule for sailing through life unmolested and unchallenged is actually having a rough time.

    Consider this: 18-year-old women are 35 percent more likely to attend university than 18-year-old men; and where 37 percent of black school-leavers go to university, only 28 percent of white school-leavers do. These stats were unveiled by UCAS in December, leading its chief executive to wonder if it isn’t time to initiate ‘outreach’ projects designed to get more white blokes into college.

    Also in December, a YouGov analysis of 48 surveys of public attitudes found that young white men are viewed as ‘the worst ethnic, gender [and] age group’. They are ‘the most derided ethnic group in Britain’. YouGov’s number-crunchers confessed to being surprised by ‘the lousy reputation of young white men’, who are seen as drunken, promiscuous, prone to drug-taking, work-shy and impolite (even as other surveys reveal that today’s yoof actually drink less and do fewer drugs than earlier generations did).

    What’s more, young women now earn more than young men: £1,111 a year more, to be precise. Between the ages of 22 and 29, women in general — covering all races — out-earn guys; by the time women hit their thirties, however, their pay falls below men’s. Those young, opinionated new media feminists who get handsome advances to write books spluttering about ‘white male privilege’ are far more privileged than many of the white males they splutter about — especially the ones who empty their bins or sweep their roads. It’s almost Orwellian in its topsy-turviness — the most well-connected, middle-class women denouncing the alleged privileges of some of the most derided people in society.

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  51. Yoda says:

    Wonder if men as inclined to protect women as in times past I do

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  52. Yoda says:

    Women putting their faith in the state an “iffy proposition” it is

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  53. Yoda says:

    Group think?
    Cluster-think. Same thing I guess.

    Straight to the point they did go


  54. Yoda says:

    No matter how hard try they do,
    “slut” never normalized it can be

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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am usinf IE9 and having minor difficulties. Finding it hard to “like”. The monthly updates from Microsoft are due to come out late Tuesday night our time. Following that, there is usually an update from Adobe Flash Player within a few days. That generally sorts things out for me.
    If WordPress was attacked. It may take a while to sort out.

    It’s good to have you around as an example of what sweetness and feminity is. Your very existance contradicts feminism.
    That goes for Tarn, Bloom, and Liz too.
    Since I missed you last night, 🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 🙄
    Breakfast burritos! Yum!

    JDG and Yoda,
    I don’t think slutwalk would be too popular in Muslim neighborhoods. The paraders would get worse than buckets of water from the second or third story balconies.
    It would be funny if they all took refuge in a sandwich shop and had to make them to throw their pursuers off the track.


  56. Spawny Get says:

    Appeal on behalf of the Labour Party. McDonnell (hard lefty) has described anybody who disagrees with him ‘hard right’…yes, those within the labour party that disagree with this commie, are hard right…Anyway

    Every night, shadow cabinet ministers are forced to flee the brutal civil war within the Labour Party. Many have been forced to take shelter on the back benches, where they face living in dangerous and unsanitary conditions.

    And because they have been labelled “far right” by John McDonnell, these shadow cabinet ministers face persecution if they ever try to return to front line politics.

    Marginalised, disillusioned and angry, these politicians are unlikely to survive the next election without your urgent help.

    For as little as just £3 per Labour leadership election, you can contribute towards the ultimate destruction of the party, freeing these poor souls to pursue productive, fulfilling lives outside of politics.

    Please donate today and join us as we launch our largest ever winter appeal to keep the commies in charge of Labour.

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  57. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Another thought. Less than twenty percent of women in the US self identify as feminist. It’s becoming increasingly unpopular.I think that they are starting to dig a hole for themselves.


  58. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Wonder if men as inclined to protect women as in times past I do”
    That is a big question. Sounds like a post. On the one hand, there are more thirsty guys. On the other, there are more guys who are tired of being thirsty.
    As for what happenned in Cologne, I would say less if my theory about the Germen men staying home is correct.

    Daddy Government can’t stand in for a real daddy or husband. There is a price for believing that these women don’t need men.

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  59. Yoda says:

    It would be funny if they all took refuge in a sandwich shop and had to make them to throw their pursuers off the track.

    Perhaps one that served pork useful it would be

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  60. Yoda says:

    Due process was given not,

    Browning and Baity were expelled despite the fact that every witness interviewed corroborated the accused students’ story, and that witnesses came forward to say that M.K. bragged about the encounter as a consensual act. Not only were they expelled, but the expulsions came just two days after the accusation was filed, and campus procedures regarding sexual assault accusations were not followed.


  61. I think they’d find their slut walk would turn into a r@pe walk!


  62. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Would like mustard on your ham sandwich?”
    “Spicy or mild?”


  63. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Vox Day has a word or two on this subject.

    One of his commenters taught me a new word, “oinkophobic”. I wouldn’t use it playing Scrabble.


  64. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I read your link to the Washington Examinier. Ashe said it was the worst case she had ever seen. I believe her. The word “railroad” doesn’t begin to cover it.

    Maybe it’s my bias growing up American but, I could se Muslims doing some form of corporal punishment but, rape is too extreme.


  65. Spawny Get says:

    I guess that the UK equivalent term would be ‘roperphobic’


  66. Yoda says:

    From Fuzzies link,

    Western women are so entitled that they will blithely wander into danger, assuming that someone, somewhere, will protect them

    Dalrock did say

    I think there is another side to the same coin. These women don’t just want to build a better beta, they want to tame the alpha. In fact, I think the former is just another way they are trying to approach the latter. They want to take an inherently unsafe activity and make it safe. They want to submit to a man without having to submit; they want a man who can tame their feral self. They want him to trip their danger signals. Even better if he is a stranger from a strange land.

    They want this all to happen without giving up their freedom; they want to play this out in the context of serial monogamy, so they can feel loved while also claiming their promiscuity is moral. They want to lose control to a string of strangers who have all of the hallmarks of very dangerous men, and they want a promise that this will always end well.

    They want to know that this will be safe, without it losing the excitement of it feeling unsafe. They are telling men to build a sort of serial monogamy amusement park where they can ride the roller coaster and experience the fear of falling or crashing, while knowing that just behind the scenes grown ups are actually in charge and are responsible for them safely feeling unsafe.

    One more thing. As I mentioned above they don’t want to be hemmed in. So instead of building an actual amusement park, they want roller coasters to spring up randomly in the same exact circumstances where the real danger they mimic would appear. They want to be driving their car on the freeway one instant, and the next experience the fear of careening out of control. They want to impulsively jump off the edge of the Grand Canyon and have a parachute appear and deploy at the last minute. And all they ask is your guarantee that all of this will be safe.

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  67. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I needed to see that quote from Dalrock again. While it appears fantastic, it is, sadly, all to applicible.

    I just got through reading a post at RoK suggesting that men look in medicene cabinets. It got very specific.!
    Stuiff like that scares me.


  68. Cill says:

    “They want to submit to a man without having to submit; they want a man who can tame their feral self. They want him to trip their danger signals. Even better if he is a stranger from a strange land.”

    You might be right Fuzzy. The men stayed away, accustomed to being put off by women or perhaps just worn down by the negative stereotype women have given them. The women might have gone out stupidly expecting the Muslims to kow-tow to them as the local men had always done.

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  69. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sargon of Akkad chimes in on Cologne.


  70. Spawny Get says:

    “The men stayed away, accustomed to being put off by women or perhaps just worn down by the negative stereotype women have given them.”

    It was explained to me 25 years ago that German women went on holiday to different destinations to German men. I was on holiday in Greece. I saw many single fraulein, but commented that I saw few men.

    Now one may come up with various theories as to who and why, perhaps they’re all true?

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  71. Spawny Get says:

    If you must, you can skip to 19:10. I’d watch it all if I were you, but I’m not. The choice is yours.

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  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that the guys would have stayed home because they wouldn’t have gotten anywhere had they shown up. No social intercourse, no traditional kiss at midnight.


  73. Cill says:

    I’ve been to Germany and some of the women are entitled bitches, all right. Not all, though. There are a couple of them who have visited my family the last two festive seasons, who seem pretty good types. Perhaps they don’t like the German Christmas season any more (my mum says they only come here to see me). There’s a good chance that some of the molested women were decent types. Although it runs counter to what I’ve said, I’d probably risk my neck to protect those 2 women, be an idiot and and take on the mob. If you smashed them hard and fast enough you just might be able to bust out of there or make the shits take to their scrapers.


  74. Cill says:

    Spawny there are lots of German and Nordic female visitors in the Caribbean too, shagging the locals.


  75. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think if you were there along with your two good German women, you would be doing your best to hustle them out of there as quickly as possible. Maybe it’s just me but, I have never liked crowds.


  76. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I liked the Stephan Molyneaux video that Spawny linked. He is right. Women have chosen the state over men. Now, they should start thinking about dovorcing the state. Checks in the mail with no accountability may seem to be a plus ut, being accountable to someone who cares about you is not that much of a trade off.


  77. @ fuzzie what I meant to imply I suppose was that a slut walk might me misinterpreted as “fair game” in the Muslim mind. Women out wo a male chaperone are “fair game” in their culture. I can only imagine what an unaccompanied, half naked woman w “slut” painted across her chest strutting they the street would be interpreted, thru that cultural lens.

    Not sure I am putting that into words correctly… Except women should not assume all men know the rules as agreed upon in Western society.

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  78. For one thing, a woman trying to organize a slur walk in an Arabic country probably would not make it to the end of the street alive. And likely killed by her own kin! Women just don’t do such things there…

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  79. Or another way to look at it, in America women walking around with their elbows and knees showing is not given a second look, not so in an Arabic country. Just because these men are in Germany doesn’t mean they get that it’s “look but don’t touch” when a woman dresses provocatively.

    As Ton has said, probably best cultures stay put and to themselves. The cultures just don’t translate… So then what? Do the German women start wearing burkas or does the German govt. start locking up immigrants who are touchy feely? Obviously when in Germany one should behave according to German customs, but will they? Or is the cultural gap too wide?

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  80. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The thought of a feminist trying to organize a slutwalk in an Arab country was mirthful. She wouldn’t get too far and it would be women who would put the kibash to the idea.

    As for foreigners, there is an old adage, “When in Rome, do as the Romans do.” It’s on the Muslims to adapt and assimilate.

    Speaking of slutwalks, Sandman, the youtuber, is a Toronto resident, the original location, and he said they didn’t have one in 2015.

    I am thinking that if the same behavior occurred in a Muslim country, it would not be tolerated. However, they must be careful to avoid the same circumstances that led to what we saw in Cologne.


  81. Cill says:

    “I think if you were there along with your two good German women, you would be doing your best to hustle them out of there as quickly as possible”

    Yes I would. But I was thinking of the situation as described by female victims, of them being completely surrounded and unable to escape, with Muslim hands in every orifice. I was thinking of my female companions being in that situation when I came upon the scene.


  82. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If I was witness to something like that involving someone I cared about, it would induce rage. A generation ago, the law made exceptions for circumstances like that.

    The more I read about this. The weaker the German government looks. The present is making the Weimar Republic look strong. We all know how that turned out. I have to wonder if World War Two started in the streets with the Nazis and Communists beating the crap out of each other.


  83. Yoda says:

    Much gall they do have,

    I only half-believe this was actually said, for this reason: If you wanted to blow up Merkel’s refugee policy, you could not write a single more effective line to do it.

    But two respected German papers, Bild and Spiegel, obtained the leaked police report claiming that it really was said. Assuming that report is accurate, there were refugees among the degenerates who assaulted scores of women at the train station in Cologne on New Year’s Eve.

    [T]he leaked police report, published in Bild newspaper and Spiegel, a news magazine, claims that one of those involved told officers: “I am Syrian. You have to treat me kindly. Mrs Merkel invited me.”

    Another tore up his residence permit before the eyes of police, and told them: “You can’t do anything to me, I can get a new one tomorrow.”…

    The Express newspaper quoted an unnamed police officer who said his squad had detained several people who had “only been in Germany for a few weeks”.

    “Of these people, 14 were from Syria and one was from Afghanistan. That’s the truth. Although it hurts,” he said.

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  84. Yoda says:

    Another view,

    It was almost too insane of a story to believe, but the stunning report out of Cologne, Germany on Arab rape gangs was sadly all too true.

    German officials finally admitted Monday that around 1,000 men of “North African or Arab” appearance were involved in sexual assaults and robbings against at least 90 women in Cologne on New Year’s Eve. The attacks, which police believe were coordinated between the hundreds of men involved, had a similar pattern: A lone woman would be surrounded by a dozen or so men and be aggressively fondled and have her belongings and clothes ripped away as the assaulters rejoiced. At least one woman was full-on raped during her attack.

    The same mob also set off firecrackers dangerously close to Cologne’s world-famous cathedral and created a scene of pure anarchy on the night celebrating the arrival of 2016.

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  85. JDG says:

    It would be funny if they all took refuge in a sandwich shop and had to make them to throw their pursuers off the track.

    Just having to take refuge in a sammch shop would make a good read and a good start in pointing them in the right direction.

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  86. Yoda says:

    Probably views us as evil he does

    “What happens on the right-wing platforms and in chatrooms is at least as awful as the acts of those assaulting the women,” he said. “This is poisoning the climate of our society.”

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  87. JDG says:

    Another thought. Less than twenty percent of women in the US self identify as feminist. It’s becoming increasingly unpopular.I think that they are starting to dig a hole for themselves.

    Many don’t identify as feminist, but the damage is done. They are feminist even though they don’t know it, as is the majority of the population. Feminist thought has been the “norm” for sometime now.

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  88. JDG says:

    I’ve been to Germany and some of the women are entitled bitches, all right.

    This was my experience in my brief stop over between flights. Never have I witnessed such rude behavior from strangers whose job it is to be polite (female flight attendants no less) than in Germany.


  89. Spawny Get says:

    I’m sure that the French that I worked with felt that I was overly direct and abrasive, I did try not to be, but there are limits created by the language barrier. By instinct, I don’t think that the Germans try very hard. I mean, it’s only logical that everyone be direct and blunt, hein?

    It wasn’t clear to me whether the girls fled the boys, vice versa, or that it was mutual.


  90. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Wie Gehts, Fraulein Molli! 🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 🙄
    I don’t think that Germans have burritos but, enjoy!

    Do you think that Lufthansa stewardesses have to make sandwiches?


  91. JDG says:



  92. Yoda says:

    A new post there is


  93. JDG says:

    Fuzzie I have no idea, but if these girls made sammiches I would be afraid to eat them (though I still recommend the endeavor for the anti-hamster effect). I may not speak the language, but I know contempt when I see it. How dare some male foreigner speak to German princesses. Asking for directions is no excuse. I was fortunate that there was a guy there who actually didn’t mind pointing out the way.


  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Thanks for the info. I had no idea that they are that snooty. This is not good.


  95. Spawny Get says:

    Fortunately for me ze acsent of a hengleesh personn speeking ze frrenchh, iz ze sssseeexxxyyyy. According to the French.

    Was this a discombobulating experience for monsieur Spawnee? Ze sexy feelings of ze frrrenchhh wimminz, constantly?

    Have no fear, kind friends. Such is just the water in which Spawny has swum since being blessed with BTMSGL. The host nation changes little.

    Good night

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  96. Farm Boy says:

    I once read about a women in a German company who went to work in the US branch for a while. When she came back, everybody noticed the attitude change for the worse. Even newcomers who did not know her history noticed it.


  97. Spawny Get says:

    It’s a kind of magic…

    Three weeks ago Jeremy Corbyn was up in Cumbria, visiting flooded properties in the village of Botcherby with his Shadow Environment Secretary Kerry McCarthy. They clearly made a lasting impression. In the first local by-election of 2016 yesterday, independent candidate Jack Paton gained the Botcherby seat from Labour with an 11% swing. Will the floodgates open on May 5?

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  98. Farm Boy says:

    “What happens on the right-wing platforms and in chatrooms is at least as awful as the acts of those assaulting the women,” he said. “This is poisoning the climate of our society.”

    So, while claiming that he is trying to calm things down, the interior minister adds fuel to fire by saying what people can and can’t talk about.

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  99. Farm Boy says:

    This topic has people’s attention. Look for the politicians/media to work extra hard to suppress it.

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  100. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I wish that I knew more about the German woman’s experience in the US to draw a conclusion. Gemany has very generous benefits that are unknown in the US. There is also the possibility that she got homesick.

    Somebody had to bring up chatrooms to promote censorship. This is getting old.

    As far as supressing goes, once an attempt is made to cover up, it onlt magnifies the curiousity. Yet, they still keep trying.


  101. JDG says:

    When she came back, everybody noticed the attitude change for the worse.

    I’m not saying all German girls are like this, just the ones I have met. Maybe the girls I encountered also had spent time in the US. US girls have contempt down pat to a T. Some how though I think all feminists are handy with contempt for those they view as lesser beings (ie: white hetero males).


  102. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Do you think it was exposure to American feminists? I can see their dontempt for men. What I can’t see is a rationale for it. Men love women and want to have sex. Is that so awful?


  103. Cill says:

    “This is just madness. At the bottom of it, the fish really do need bicycles”

    But Fuzzy, they can’t reach the pedals


  104. Spawny Get says:

    “they can’t reach the pedals”

    And that is why those fish demand free bicycles to prove their equality (at least) to men, but they also demand that their equality be recognised by adding free power assistance to the free bicycles made for women fish. That power assistance might be an individual credulous male, might be a few, or it might be the state (funded by males 2+:1).

    Any woman fish on a free power assisted bicycle beating a man on a normal bike that he had to pay for? Proving their natural superiority over men.

    As Stefan, in one of the videos that I linked some days ago, asked.

    Is there any amount of smoke that you can blow up women’s arses that causes them to finally say, “hey, women have a few small issues of their own”, “we’re not perfect, you know?”

    That rant was part of why I recommended the video, but you didn’t watch it, did you?
    ‘cepting El Fuzz. I guess.

    note to self: running short of swine-pearls.

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  105. Yoda says:

    More analysis,

    Germany’s leaders have nothing of signifcance to say about the worst outbreak of sexual assaults in Germany since the Red Army moved out after World War II. Why won’t they do anything? Answer: for the same reason that the Catholic Church insists that Islam is a religion of peace. The alternative–watching from a distance a civilizational collapse in real time with its attendant horrors–is too terrible for Angela Merkel or Pope Francis I to contemplate. They would rather take casualties than absorb the horror of the situation. The root of the problem is theological. The West is paralyzed by its own notion of the good.

    Over at Jihad Watch, Robert Spencer quotes Archbishop Bruno Forte’s claim that “Islam teaches ‘non-violence in the name of God,” adding:

    How could an organization that claims to speak for God and to be led by the Holy Spirit be so indefatigably committed to a lie? For it isn’t only Bruno Forte: the Pope has said the same thing, and it’s the official policy of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, which winks at dissent on any number of actual Church teachings, but moves ruthlessly to suppress voices that dare to suggest that maybe Islam is not a Religion of Peace. It appears as if protecting the image of Islam is more important to Church leaders today than teaching the contents of their own faith.
    I predicted that Germany’s leaders would do nothing about mass sexual abuse by Muslim immigrants in an Oct. 14, 2015 essay at Asia Times. Some extracts:

    Germany’s elite knows perfectly well that the migrants bring social pathologies, because they have already seen the world’s worst sex crime epidemic unfold in Scandinavia. Sweden now has the highest incidence of reported rape outside of a few African countries, and nearly ten times the rate of its European peers—and all this has happened in the past ten years. Sweden ranks near the top of the World Economic Forum’s Gender Gap Index, yet it has become the most dangerous country for women outside of Africa, with an incidence of rape ten times that of its European peers. Sweden’s political leaders not only refuse to take action, but have made it a criminal offense to talk about it.

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  106. Yoda says:

    Concern spreading it is,

    Responding to the sexual assaults in Cologne and Hamburg, Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico has reiterated his aim to allow no Muslims into the country. According to reports, some of the attackers were refugees.

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  107. Yoda says:

    Awkward this is

    Police identified some suspects who harassed women in Cologne on New Year’s Eve as asylum seekers, media reports say. City police reportedly did not want to publicize this because of its “politically awkward” nature

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  108. Yoda says:

    A conspiracy it was?

    Asylum seekers who met in central Helsinki to celebrate New Years’s Eve “had similar plans” to commit sexual assault and other crimes as those who targeted women in the Germany city of Cologne, Finnish Police have reported.

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  109. Yoda says:

    More on Finns,

    tell me why Finnish police waited a week to mention it.

    As in Cologne, this apparently wasn’t a case of drunken revelry leading to boorishness and assault. It was planned.

    Helsinki deputy police chief Ilkka Koskimaki told AFP: “There hasn’t been this kind of harassment on previous New Year’s Eves or other occasions for that matter… This is a completely new phenomenon in Helsinki.”

    Security guards hired to patrol the city on New Year’s Eve told police there had been “widespread sexual harassment” at a central square where around 20,000 people had gathered for celebrations.

    Three sexual assaults allegedly took place at Helsinki’s central railway station on New Year’s Eve, where around 1,000 mostly Iraqi asylum seekers had converged…

    “Ahead of New Year’s Eve, the police caught wind of information that asylum seekers in the capital region possibly had similar plans to what the men gathered in Cologne’s railway station have been reported to have had,” police said in a statement.

    Strikingly similar to Cologne, from the premeditation involved to the train station being selected as a target to the estimate of how many men were there. To repeat, though: Why’d it take a week for this to come out, especially given the international media attention to what happened in Germany? Forgive my cynical heart for suspecting that Finnish authorities may have held the information in hopes of quietly burying it but then changed their minds, either because the Cologne attacks gave them cover to say what happened in Helsinki isn’t a uniquely Finnish problem or because they feared a cover-up like the one attempted in Cologne would eventually be exposed.

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  110. Yoda says:

    Free speech an issue it is,

    As we debate the heady issues of the day here in the United States (often at very high temperatures) it’s probably wise to pay attention to what happens if you live in a country that doesn’t have anything close to our First Amendment protections. Today’s example comes to us from Germany, where unrest over the flood of Syrian refugees and “economic immigrants” has led to a growing backlash among the natives. They’ve been speaking out, both in public protests and on social media, and the government has heard their cries… and decided to prosecute them for it. (Washington Post)

    Donald Trump may be testing the boundaries of tolerance on the U.S. campaign trail. But here in Germany, the government is effectively enforcing civility, taking aim at a surge of hate speech against refugees and Muslims.

    As Western Europe’s most populous nation grapples with a historic wave of mostly-Muslim migrants, politicians and activists are decrying a rash of incendiary speech bubbling to the surface of German society. In a country whose Nazi past led to some of the strictest laws in the West protecting minorities from people inciting hatred, prosecutors are launching investigations into inflammatory comments as judges dole out fines, even probation time, to the worst offenders.

    Perhaps even more disturbing than the crackdown on the protests, it’s being reported that German has “reached a deal” with Facebook, Twitter and Google wherein the social media outlets will cooperate in identifying “hate speech” for investigation. And here we run into the same old problem that we encounter in the United States with so called “hate crime” laws. The criminalization of thought is troubling enough to begin with, but as soon as that door is cracked open you then have to deal with the question of who will be making the determination of what constitutes “hate speech” as opposed to criticism or debate. As long as it’s the government making that call you have effectively approved censorship of opinions. And in Germany you can be arrested for it.

    I’ve read a bit of the history of this over the years and to a certain extent you can understand how this took place in Germany. It dates all the way back to the end of World War II and the fall of the Nazis. The pushback against the evil empire was so great that it quickly became a crime to so much as mention the name of the party, display any Nazi symbols or basically do anything else to remind people of the horror show which took place. Hard to blame them, I’m sure you’ll agree. It’s somewhat ironic that there were probably more openly avowed Nazis in the United States than in Germany in the decades following the war.

    Unfortunately, once the government safely assumed the power to restrict people from talking about Nazis, they could then pretty much ban opinions on anything else they wanted. And today that seems to be applied to objections to the masses of immigrants – particularly Muslims – coming into their country. So if you happen to live in Germany, be careful which rallies you attend or what you say on Twitter. You might be getting a visit from the authorities shortly thereafter.

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  111. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Interesting that helsinki was caught up in this too. As the cities admit, it may be a situation wher those who weren’t affected are fewer that those who were.
    As for conspiracy, how could anyonew new to town knwo they could get away with this? They had to have inrelligence from those who had been there longer and they taalk to each othe via the internet.

    Yhis rash of incidents will be a boom to nationalists.


  112. Yoda says:

    Bear must have ate peyote he did.
    Many mistakes he did make.


  113. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Yes, I did watch Stefan Molyneaux.

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  114. Yoda says:

    Protect women desire they do,

    pledged their support to a German vigilante group which has vowed to protect women from migrants in the wake of the New Year’s Eve attacks in Cologne.

    A week after a mob of ‘drunk and stoned’ migrants sexually assaulted and robbed 100 women on the streets of Cologne, a group known as ‘Dusseldorf is Watching’ has gained more than 8,000 Facebook members.

    The group says it wants to make the streets safer through ‘presence’ alone but police have warned that ‘searching for offenders is not a job for citizens’.

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  115. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am a bad bear. I have to remind myself to proofread my comments.

    So it begins in Dusseldorf.


  116. Yoda says:

    Bad day it was

    This wasn’t the only comforting daydream from which liberals were rudely awakened on Friday. Two Middle Eastern men who had been vetted, processed, and resettled into the United States as refugees, were arrested late Thursday on terrorism-related charges. The two were Palestinians who were born in Iraq and were transferred to the United States as asylum-seekers. One man, a 24-year-old Houston-based refugee, was arrested for seeking to provide material support to the Islamic State. The other, a 23-year-old Sacramento resident, was charged with making false statements involving international terrorism.

    These revelations have not shaken adherents to the faith. When pressed about this development and how it might impact the White House’s plan to hike the number of refugees the United States takes in on an annual basis, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest declined to comment. He did, however, recite a rote tenet of the catechism when he contended that declining to resettle refugees in America “doesn’t represent who we are as a country.”

    Unfortunately, this was not the only incident on Friday related to ISIS-inspired radical terrorism or jihadist attacks inside the United States. Late Thursday night, a Philadelphia police officer was attacked by a gunman and shot three times. On Friday, the city’s police revealed that the attack had been carried out by a radical Islamist extremist who had pledged allegiance to ISIS. The suspect in custody contended that he performed this act of attempted murder “in the name of Islam,” but what does he know? After all, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney, speaking for the alleged assailant, insisted that the act had nothing to do with “being a Muslim or the Islamic faith.”

    As for the president’s crusade against firearms, the ISIS-inspired terrorist event in Philadelphia cannot be used to launch another town hall or justify a new set of executive orders. The gun that was used to shoot Officer Jessie Hartnett three times was stolen from a police officer’s home in 2013. “This is absolutely one of the scariest things I’ve ever seen,” said Commissioner Richard Ross at a news conference. “This guy tried to execute the police officer. The police officer had no idea he was coming.” That sounds terrorizing; just don’t hold your breath while waiting for the president to host a tearful discussion about how to combat the scourge of self-radicalized Islamic terrorists.

    For the faithful, it was not a good day. The left’s preferred narratives about voters, about gun violence, about radical Islam, and about Hillary Clinton’s culpability in potentially indictable offenses were all shaken to their very foundations. But that’s the thing about faith: it’s remarkably resilient. They probably didn’t even notice.

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  117. Yoda says:

    Secretary of State John Kerry marked the first anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo and Jewish market attacks in Paris without mentioning terrorism.

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  118. Spawny Get says:

    Somebody might want to see if they can get a post out of a draft post that I just made. There’s only a link in it right now. Too late at night for me to use…help yourselves. I’ll open the wc momentarily.


  119. Yoda says:

    Flush it out of the WC desire you do.

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  120. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I remember Dalrock offering Susan Walsh some advice when she ran into difficulties on his comment thread. “First Rule of Holes, sop digging>” All these people are contiuing to dig the hole deeper for themselves. It’s as if credibility is of no importance.


  121. Spawny Get says:

    Grauniad is the lefty newspaper of choice in the UK…The Guardian
    Read this comment from Guido’s blog…emphasis mine

    2 hours ago
    No wonder the Grauniad closed it’s Cologne comments

    Top comment (1434 and counting) on the only Guardian article on this atrocity, the article is utterly diabolical, but the top comment pure gold:


    “Finally, after several days of refusing
    to report the biggest story of 2016 so far because it does not fit with
    its highly ideological driven narrative, this paper is allowing comments
    on a story which has shown its contempt for victims of sexual assault.
    It’s predictable enough that the first writer to tackle this does not
    ask why the Mayor of Cologne and many on the left are blaming the
    victims themselves for their own rapes. The writer should at least
    acknowledge the only solution left available to citizens, when the
    police cannot protect them from clear danger and politicians blame
    victims for the crime simply because the perpetrator was a foreign male
    of arabic extraction, is to arm themselves.

    Please never print another article on women’s rights ever again, you have no credibility on this
    issue and owe those on the opposite side of the political spectrum who
    have now been proved correct a massive apology.

    I write this as a guardian reader and buyer of 17 years and someone who has always voted for left of centre parties (both of which I won’t be doing ever again).”
    30 Reply

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  122. Spawny Get says:

    I heard somewhere today that UK applications for shotgun licenses were up 30%

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  123. Farm Boy says:

    A new post there is.


  124. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Our President also does his best to spur sales of firearms and ammunition. It’s absolutely uncanny how this happens.

    With that comment on the Guardian, it sounds as if the mainstream media has lost it by being the cheering section for all the politicos.

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  125. Spawny Get says:

    Apart from Breitbart, yeah.

    Not sure if it was national bbc radio 2, or a major news site for the 30% news

    It wasn’t ‘bloke down the pub said’


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