Why I think it’s different this time, maybe

Farmboy brings up the pool topic

A town in Germany has banned male asylum seekers from public swimming pools after complaints from women that they were being harassed by migrants, AFP learnt Friday.

A spokesman for the local government of Bornheim said the ban on male asylum seekers above the age of 18 came after six people filed complaints “over the sexually offensive behaviour of some migrant men at the pool”.

The measure aimed at “making it clear to the men that the right of women in Germany is inviolable”, he added.

Officials have gone personally to three asylum seeker shelters near the pools to deliver news of the ban and emphasise how people should behave in swimming pools, said the spokesman.


My reaction was

I’m sure that the femeroid initial desire would be to blame all men, ban all men.

Did they decide to take the ‘waciss’ step of only banning immigrants so as to not, for once, alienate men that the women want for future white knight duties? Were the Fembots overruled, or are they perhaps not quite as colossally, mind fuckingly dumb as previously believed?

Not that I think that the men should white knight either way. Just curious.

Then Fuzzie added a comment

“Getting back to the swimming pool, it would appear, considering the judgement, that women have a superior social status.”

Which finally gets me to:

I think that the German issues right now are stirring up controversy within parts of the manosphere. I can see why. I can understand that commenters from non-euro countries (JtO in particular) can miss how momentous it is to even catch the MSM mentioning such issues.  But this is momentous.  Why?

Because…this isn’t the MSM doing their usual enthusiastic ‘oh the poor wimminz’ schtick, they are being dragged kicking and screaming to a discussion about the harmful effects of our cultures being swamped by people with 7th century attitudes to women, but those people are from an even more exulted position on the libtard totem pole of oppression.  I think that libtards are genuinely having mental issues reconciling this.

Going back to my comment (linked above), I think that women and feminists’ first reaction would have been to demand women-only sessions at the pool  (cf women only train carriages.  Fuzzie’s ‘superior social status’).  But the final demand was not that.  And I think that this is very significant.  Enough sane women and (the oxymoronic) sane feminists have realised that they might need the ebul white menz to save their arses this time.  Wow.  The limits of their rabbit  (r/K theory) ability to ignore existential threats are being met (for increasing numbers).  Not that they want to stop being rabbits, they just want the wolves to sacrifice themselves so that the warren can continue with all the previous smaller threats and whatever ones they’ll be dreaming up and inviting into all our lives next.

And also, they’ve noticed that the stoopid menz aren’t lining up to do anything.  Why aren’t they?  My guess is that for the blue-pill men it’s due to women’s demanded pussification of boys and men for the last fifty years.  ‘Men should be more like women’ blah blah blah.  The women have enabled a state so large, so empowered to imprison over someone else’s claimed outrage that many men are not willing to stick their head over the parapet.

As I said in my comment, I do NOT believe that ebul white menz should be white knighting at all.  Whatever these medievalists are willing to do to women, men will get it worse.  Woman getting groped + white knight intervening = white knight getting stabbed in the back, to appease the ‘honour’ of a backstabbing murderer.   Rest in peace kid.  Your society betrayed you.

Also, ameliorating the current state of things only delays the point at which public pressure forces action on the issue.  The longer it takes the issue to be addressed, the worse the situation and solution will be.   If you could fix it now, peacefully, then tomorrow white women would be straight back to demonising white men for manspreading, mansplaining and all that crap.  They won’t have learnt a goddamn thing about putting their precious feelz aside when addressing reality and society.

You know how hard it is to get an individual woman to put their hand up and admit that they screwed up?  They’ll twist and turn like a twist and turny thing to evade taking responsibility for their own stupidity.  The fact that libtards are allowed to evade responsibility by pussified ‘righties’ is why they’ve never needed to grow up.  Only an idiot would fail to see that getting women as a sex to do admit their outsized share of the blame is going to be far, far harder.

‘Righties’ seem to have forgotten that the reason that you rub the puppy’s nose in the mess on the carpet isn’t primarily to punish it, it’s to make sure that the lesson is learned…don’t shit your stupid feelz all over the interests of a healthy, stable, sane society.  Or even the slightly fucked up society that we had before this catastrophe in the making.

Libtards : People are dying because of your unwillingness / inability to consider consequences.

‘Righties’ : People are dying for your unwillingness / inability to hold the children (née-libtards) to proper standards, to teach them of consequences, in order that they grow up as responsible adults.

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136 comments on “Why I think it’s different this time, maybe
  1. Cill says:

    You’re onto something here. Potentially a big one. The Bornheim Bathing Ban Compromise (BBBC).

    I wonder if the local government of Bornheim realizes it is challenging feminist doctrine. Hitherto, the feminist establishment would never have singled out the males of a “minority” race for censure. They would certainly have accused all men in order to pull white males into the blame-frame. Feminism’s infantile doctrine of the patriarchy requires that straight white males be held ultimately responsible for everything that’s wrong, irrespective of the truth. Mere facts are trumped by the ideology’s absolutes.

    What have we here, though? Doctrine is total until it compromises the safety of the female arse? Objective, tangible, forceful, physical abuse by non-white men, instead of the usual subjective, intangible microaggressions and eye rape by white men, require that The Patriarchy be not so absolute after all? Reality can compromise an absolute?

    Hell, no. Absolutes are completely independent of external conditions. An absolute truth is either just that, or null and void. If the BBBC becomes a trend, it’s the start of a seachange. It would remove the blind, across-the-board acceptance of the Patriarchy doctrine as an absolute.

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  2. Liz says:

    It is always interesting to observe the hierarchy of victimhood and blame promoted by the agenda-driven liberal mind.
    White men were always lower in their estimation, but it seemed men of North African or Arab appearance were starting to pull ahead of white women.
    Now it seems more like it might be a draw.
    Time will tell.
    Academically, it would be interesting if they’d attack some homosexuals, communists, environmentalists, leftist reporters, black Africans, global warmists, and anti-white activists, so their exact status level could be more finely determined.

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  3. Cill says:

    If you could fix it now, peacefully, then tomorrow white women would be straight back to demonising white men for manspreading, mansplaining and all that crap. They won’t have learnt a goddamn thing

    I think fembots are “as colossally, mind fuckingly dumb as previously believed”. The decision of the local government of Bornheim might look like a faint glimmer of intelligence, but really it’s just brainstem stuff – an earthworm blind to the shadow of the hovering bird, but recoiling from a peck.

    I worry that Political Correctness and looney-leftism will collapse before men have sufficiently withdrawn, in which case women will never have to face up to their faults and how wrong they have been.”

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  4. Tarnished says:

    Slightly OT:

    You know how hard it is to get an individual woman to put their hand up and admit that they screwed up?  They’ll twist and turn like a twist and turny thing to evade taking responsibility for their own stupidity.  The fact that libtards are allowed to evade responsibility by pussified ‘righties’ is why they’ve never needed to grow up. Only an idiot would fail to see that getting women as a sex to do admit their outsized share of the blame is going to be far, far harder.

    When one considers this, it makes it easier to see how some guys think women don’t have the same type of personal autonomy or as much comprehension of actions ➡ consequences.

    I still agree with Fuzzie that they do have such concepts though. It’s just that few women are held up to the same standards as men (or hold themselves up to it). And therein lies the problem.

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  5. Farm Boy says:

    When one considers this, it makes it easier to see how some guys think women don’t have the same type of personal autonomy or as much comprehension of actions ➡ consequences.

    Well yes. Women often hide behind “I’m just a woman” kind of stuff. Especially when it is convenient.

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  6. Spawny Get says:

    Oh, I agree that women have the ability to meet higher standards. As you say, they’re just not being required to on the whole. Clearly there are women that are holding themselves as adults of old.

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  7. Spawny Get says:

    The same goes for consequences, mostly. It’s perhaps always been part of female nature to push out another kid even if it looks like things are tight. Nature probably favours women that tend to optimism / rejection of likely facts (i.e. not guaranteed). Men weren’t thinking beyond getting their end away at the time, most likely, so they’re ability to preach on this issue is…compromised.

    Just putting that out there…

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  8. Tarnished says:

    Well yes. Women often hide behind “I’m just a woman” kind of stuff. Especially when it is convenient.

    And…there it is.
    The real reason we still have such reliance on gender roles. The majority of women want the option of calling X chivalry when it’s desired, but also retain the ability to call X benevolent sexism (or just regular sexism) when it hinders them.

    Can’t have it both ways and expect to be taken seriously, luv.

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  9. Tarnished says:

    It’s perhaps always been part of female nature to push out another kid even if it looks like things are tight.

    Hence the reason I have 4 cousins from my oldest aunt, instead of the 2 her husband planned for…

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  10. Spawny Get says:

    I was thinking of over the millennia, maybe the extra kids that make it slightly against the odds add up to mean the gene pool is swayed toward rabbit?

    But yeah, your aunt too 😉

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  11. Tarnished says:

    As you know from trips round the ‘sphere, Spawny, my aunt is one of many…That’s the issue. :/

    Careful mentioning the “R word”. Cill and Molly won’t appreciate your overly casual usage of lagomorphic terminology. 😉

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  12. Yoda says:


    Bill Shakesman’s Iago change shape he does?

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  13. Spawny Get says:

    We could go with capybara, if you so wish.

    “South America’s capybara is the world’s largest living rodent. The meat of the capybara is reminiscent of pork; it is considered a delicacy, and often served dried, salted, shredded and seasoned alongside rice and plantains.”
    It seems that capybara make good gloves, or rather their hide does.

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  14. Cill says:

    My parents, who home schooled me, neglected to teach me the meaning of “iagomorpha” dammit.

    FWIW it means “each of several variant forms of he who supplants”

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  15. Spawny Get says:

    “Since they live in wet-lands, the Catholic church, via special dispensation, classified them as “fish” when consuming meat on Fridays was still forbidden by the church.”

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  16. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    About the ban on immigrant men at the pool, expect it to be extended to all men at the first protest of racism. When men complain that taxpayer money is going to support a facility that only benefits women, a promise will be made to construct another pool for men, which will never be started.
    I don’t know if the immigrants are going to force the hand of fembots to concede that their home grown men have utility and value. Only in dire emergency and only for the duration of that emergency.

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  17. Tarnished says:

    I don’t know.
    That sounds like a personal question for him to answer…

    Lol. Rabbits, hares, and pikas are lagomorphs, not rodents. They have 4 upper incisors rather than 2, have more enamel covering said teeth, and are strictly herbivorous whereas the overwhelming majority of rodents are omnivores like humans.


  18. Tarnished says:

    When men complain that taxpayer money is going to support a facility that only benefits women, a promise will be made to construct another pool for men, which will never be started.

    Ugh. I can actually picture this happening irl. Bleh…gag…

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  19. Spawny Get says:

    We ain’t no stinkin’ lagomorphic pika

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  20. Tarnished says:

    Learn from capybaras some human women can:

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  21. Cill says:

    You lot do realize this is the danger time for me, I hope. Home from a huge day on the construction site, showered, ran around with Dog, showered again, took 4 x 80 feet dives into the sea. Wow the friction of those dives sure do make a man zing with virtue and holiness wholesomeness, I tell you..

    The danger is, you lot will become ever more ribald, I’ll take a shot, and be undone.

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  22. Tarnished says:

    Spawny, why is there a Pichu, Pikachu, and Raichu in our comments?


  23. Tarnished says:

    Sounds like Cill needs a drink or 5, if he’s not got into the liquor already…

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  24. Tarnished says:

    Besides, Arcanine is best pokémon.


  25. Cill says:

    I’ll take that as permission. Avast! (glug) The merry mariners are bold and free!

    If I get into trouble tonight who else can I blame… Ton, for introducing me to this smooth stuff (Rare Breed).

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  26. Tarnished says:

    No, I didn’t own all 6 of the original pokémon games for Gameboy. I have no idea why you’d insinuate that, or why you’d assume I still remember the first 150.

    Stop being so silly.

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  27. Cill says:

    Hard to get into trouble when you’re miles from nowhere. Except for…

    I’ll lock up the goats and swallow the key.

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  28. Tarnished says:

    I’ll take that as permission. Avast! (glug) The merry mariners are bold and free!

    “Glug”? Exactly how much liquid ambrosia are you ingesting there, mate? 😉

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  29. Tarnished says:

    I’ll lock up the goats and swallow the key.

    They’ll be thankful for a night off, I’m sure… 😀

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  30. Tarnished says:

    Spawny, this is all your fault. Such a corruptive influence, sir.

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  31. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I like Janice Fiamengo.

    In the second half, she outlines her motivations. We need more like her.

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  32. Spawny Get says:

    “Lol. Rabbits, hares, and pikas are lagomorphs, not rodents” damned by your own hand

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  33. Cill says:

    “They’ll be thankful for a night off, I’m sure”. I’d have you know, Tarn, that’s exactly the kind of thing that excites me. Bottoms up!

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  34. Spawny Get says:

    Judging by the image above, pika don’t got no teeth. Maybe gimp in a grill, one might?

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  35. Cill says:

    “I like Janice Fiamengo”. So do I. She’s looking better by the minute. Nay, by the very second!

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  36. Spawny Get says:

    Blue chalked bottoms up?

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  37. Spawny Get says:

    Leave Based Mom alone. She’s a good egg.

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  38. Cill says:

    Fuzzy is the only one responsible enough to try to keep this conversation serious and on topic, and me on the strait and narrow.

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  39. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    A couple of years ago, I was reading a thread on Dalrock. Deti had to come to the defense of commenter “HappyHen” claiming that she was “a good egg”.
    I thought “Based Mom” was Christina Hoff Sommers.

    Cill, Janice Fiamengo has a husbnd. I ended up watching a lot of her videos befre hearing that.

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  40. Cill says:

    All joking aside, this is a good post.

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  41. Spawny Get says:

    Time for sleep
    Was going with ‘sweet dreams are made of this’, but these are betterer

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  42. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    For those who haven’t seen it. This movie covers the story of the only Nazi extermination camp to be closed by a full prisoner revolt.

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  43. Cill says:

    “Janice Fiamengo has a husbnd”
    One of the few lucky ones, on the face of it at least.

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  44. Cill says:

    Sleep well mate

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  45. Tarnished says:

    Mein Gott, you guys are terrible. Nearly as bad as me… 😉

    If we ever get together someday, we absolutely must play Cards Against Humanity and Red Flags. Poor Fuzzie will be traumatized, of course, but one can’t stay a precious cinnamon roll forever…

    I agree that this is a good post. Though if it were a person, they’d likely be slurring their speech a bit. 🍸🍺🍷🍹

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  46. Tarnished says:

    You like Annie Lennox too? Holy cheese and biscuits, I’ve never met anyone else who even knows who she is!

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  47. Cill says:

    Don’t worry about Fuzzy. I’ll get him tipsy. He trusts me.

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  48. Cill says:

    “I’ve never met anyone else who even knows who she is!”

    Are you kidding me?

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  49. Tarnished says:

    Precious cinnamon roll:

    Someone who is too sweet, innocent, and/or cute for this world and invokes feelings of protection in others.

    Fuzzie is a cinnamon roll bear. 🐻

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  50. Tarnished says:

    Are you kidding me?

    Only a very slight exaggeration on my part.
    I’ve met people who know of her, but only 2 who appreciate her music.


  51. Cill says:

    Annie Lennox and Dusty Springfield, 2 great saphos… Dusty had a menthol voice… sort of… no not really… sort of scented like an old fashioned night club down by a wharf.

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  52. Yoda says:

    Best Annie Lennox here it is

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  53. Tarnished says:

    He trusts me.

    I’m glad I don’t…
    It’d mess up my blackmail impromptu photo opportunities. 😈

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  54. Cill says:

    “invokes feelings of protection in others”
    That’s why I would take him under my wing and quietly get him tipsy.

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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You’re not from the left coast. If you were, you would know of a wonderful almond flaored pastry called “bear claws”. Yum!
    I am very much an idealist. Born too late to fight in the Spanish Civil War. I got in trouble once at SSM’s for stating which side. Hint: they all liked Francisco Franco.

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  56. Cill says:

    It’s the right thing to do.

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  57. Spawny Get says:

    Hard to miss the Eurythmics back in the day. A few more…

    Howsabout Alison ‘Alf’ Moyet?


    Thompson Twins?

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  58. Spawny Get says:

    Alf looking a little Emporer Palpatine there. She actually looked better some years later

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  59. Tarnished says:

    I’d have you know, Tarn, that’s exactly the kind of thing that excites me.

    Damn it all, I have the perfect disturbing video to accompany this comment, but would probably go to hell for posting it…Why you do this to me, Cill?!

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  60. Yoda says:

    Favorite song of mine above video is

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  61. Yoda says:

    Annie Lennox “Whiter Shade of Pale” that would be

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  62. Cill says:

    Tomorrow I’ll wake up filled with the spirit of the just, and I’ll do justice to spawny’s OP. Forgive me, me old mate.

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  63. Tarnished says:

    Lol. I’ve had bear claws, Fuzzie. They’re my guy’s favorite cookie right after black-and-whites.

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  64. Cill says:

    “Why you do this to me, Cill?”
    Tarn, those little cartoon critters of yours would be off limits for me. I have to draw the line somewhere y’know.

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  65. Yoda says:

    You’re not from the left coast. If you were, you would know of a wonderful almond flaored pastry called “bear claws”

    When go to US west I do,
    Svenhardt Bear Claws savor I do.
    Take some home to Degoba sometimes I do
    Use many “I do’s” I do

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  66. Cill says:

    Alison ‘Alf’ Moyet. Another good one.

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  67. Tarnished says:

    Favorite song of mine above video is

    It *is* a good one.
    Favorite song?
    Hmm. Not sure I can claim to have one. Really depends on my mood at the time. Closest would probably be this:

    Unfortunately, onion ninjas always attack me whilst listening to it…


  68. Tarnished says:

    the spirit of the just

    Oh? And what brand would that be? 😉

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  69. Yoda says:

    Degenerate like a Degoban swamp this thread did


  70. Cill says:

    “Use many “I do’s” I do”
    You do. As many who speak Yodish do do.


  71. Cill says:

    “Degenerate like a Degoban swamp this thread did”
    Like JS Bach, who decomposed after a great life of composing.

    Yoda, I tried, but others lowered the tone. I think it was coordinated.

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  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I very much liked Annie Lennox’s costume in th Whiter Shade of Pale vodeo. 🙂


  73. Cill says:

    Alison Moyet at 4:25 am
    Looks like she might have a penchant for goats and camels there.


  74. Spawny Get says:

    Maybe partly due to the movie Manhunter, where the ending is truly sad for the bad guy, I love this one

    Takes great acting to make such a monster sympathy worthy. The remake failed there, I think.


  75. Cill says:

    If you rabble could hush it down for a minute, I want to listen to Yoda’s Lennox singing “A Whiter Shade of Pale” . Does she do it better than Procol Harum is all I want to know..


  76. Spawny Get says:

    The religious amongst us might like the lyrics, I do.


  77. Yoda says:

    Does she do it better than Procol Harum is all I want to know..

    Yes, she does do


  78. Yoda says:

    I very much liked Annie Lennox’s costume in th Whiter Shade of Pale vodeo. 🙂

    Thought of you when I selected it I did

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  79. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I prefer the Procul Harum version but, I heard it first.


  80. Cill says:

    “I very much liked Annie Lennox’s costume in th Whiter Shade of Pale vodeo”
    Damning by faint praise this would be?

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  81. Cill says:

    I give it to Procul Harum, which I too heard first. Looks like “heard first” has an advantage.

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  82. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I really liked Annie Lennox’s costume. Had I seen her in person, I would have suggested making bear cubs.
    What you hear first does have the advantage. I saw the movie Always and then saw A Guy Named Joe. I will forever prefer Always even as it is the remake.


  83. Yoda says:

    Try this one you might

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  84. Cill says:

    Wonder if President Obama “Whiter Shade of Pale” he does do.


  85. Yoda says:

    Works best with a soprano it does


  86. Cill says:

    Wonder if sing it in the shower with the Oval Room saphos he does.


  87. Yoda says:

    Sing it on Degoba one can


  88. Cill says:

    In Degoba be positive one must be or perish from verde homogeneity syndrome one might do.


  89. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sarah Brightman?


  90. Cill says:

    Did Elaine Page ever have a shot at “A Whiter Shade of Pale”?


  91. Cill says:

    Jim has cruised over and we’re watching international cricket. He’s in fine fettle and I (as the more senior and responsible person) am as jober as a sudge.

    It’s true. No breath tests to worry about here (there are no roads in the first place)

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  92. Cill says:

    Goodbye for now

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  93. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Hat tip to cptnemo. Relavent to the original post. The video has gone viral of a womena behaving badly. People are getting tired of seeing this stuff. Although mild by TJ Sotomayor beastie standards, this does not involve an angry black woman but, and entitled woman of Indian descent.

    Not that a man would pull this but, it looks to me like drunk and disorderly, worth thirty days in the county jail.


  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that it was the summer before last that the CEO of Mozilla was hounded out of his job by SJWs for making a personal contribution to an anti gay marrige fund. I’ll link to Captain Capitalism because I fully agree with his sentiments. This pertains to the post because he is starting up his own company to directly compete with his old. Things have changed. Under the old, he would have stayed dead and buried.



  95. Yoda says:


    Hillary Clinton was counting on voters — particularly American women — to salivate at the prospect of shattering the highest glass ceiling by electing a woman president. She’ll need a backup plan. It turns out women aren’t nearly as gender-obsessed as Hillary thinks they are, or wants them to be.

    Clinton’s strategy does make some sense. After all, President Obama was buoyed by the widespread sense that his election wasn’t just his personal triumph, but all of ours, in burying the vestiges of America’s racist past. Given that women were also once treated as second-class citizens, why shouldn’t Hillary expect a similar wave of excitement and sense of history?

    Perhaps the string of female secretaries of state and Supreme Court justices, as well as presidential candidates like Carly Fiorina and Clinton herself, has made the idea of a female president seem less than revolutionary. The feminist movement — which appears unwilling to acknowledge women’s gains — may also have overplayed its victim status. Young men with few job prospects and a lifetime of being bested by female schoolmates may not be overjoyed to applaud yet another sign of women’s ascendance.


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  96. Yoda says:


    Police are investigating a staggering 359 sexual assaults and a total of 821 complaints after a migrant mob went on the rampage in the city on New Year’s Eve.


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  97. Yoda says:

    More Cologne,

    I’ve said often, and I’ll say again, the Islam isn’t just misogynistic, it’s incredibly misanthropic. I say this because the system believes that men are so vile and uncontrollable, so beastly and uncontained, that they cannot be responsible in any way for themselves should they find themselves in the company of women — or at least women who aren’t draped in tents and don’t smell of sewers. The latest excuse for the Muslim sexual assault spree in Cologne is that the women had it coming because . . . cologne. Yeah, the small “c” cologne. Apparently the women in big “C” Cologne smelled good and deserved to be raped


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  98. Yoda says:

    Funny this is,

    To the hysteria and dismay of social justice warriors around the world – and likely beyond, extending to their home planet – Breitbart tech editor and dark knight of the cultural libertarian movement, Milo Yiannopoulos has unveiled his latest venture. And I have to say, it’s the nuclear bomb of macroaggressions: a college scholarship fund – for white men. The Yiannopoulos Privilege Grant.

    In an interview with Buzzfeed’s senior tech reporter, Joseph Bernstein, Milo explained that the idea for the scholarship grant had originally started out as a practical joke to infuriate the thin-skinned political correctness crowd. However, upon digging deeper into the issue and coming up with research – see the fund’s website – supporting the fact that today, low-income Caucasian males are in fact disadvantaged in academia, Milo decided to go ahead with the idea. And thus, through private donations and $25,000 of his own money, put his plan into fruition.


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  99. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If it was meant yo take that video link at face value, I feel bad.


  100. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Buena Vista linked this on another thread. For those that missed it or didn’t read it, please do. This is feminism and it should be linked everywhere to show it for what it is. They hate us and they have the ear of government.


    Some legislator may try to do this. It’s a little impractical. Considera ll the shift work and emergency services.


  101. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Not only do feminists hate us, government does too.

    This is the third time she has tried this and she has the support of her probation officer.


  102. Yoda says:


    Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates believes that “the odds are pretty high” that countries like Iran, China, and Russia hacked Hillary Clinton’s email server when she was secretary of State


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  103. Cill says:

    Fuzzy, re your link to the feminist hate site:

    Such hatred is not uncommon. My 2 rogue aunts-in-law are steeped in at, and so are the large number of feminists they associate with. The horrifying thing is, many of them have sons of their own.

    In comments on the hate site, white women are urged to mate with men of color, to breed the white male out of existence (and white women along with them of course). My 2 ex-aunts propose this too. Low bestial cunning is the limit of their intellect, and they have made another attempt to foist black men on my family. I can’t find words to adequately express my loathing for these people and their feminist creed.

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  104. Cill says:

    “If it was meant yo take that video link at face value, I feel bad.”
    If it is, well, the song includes the words, “you said you would always stay.” FTR I did not give my word and then break it. I want people here to know that.

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  105. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think she likes you and Molly says she’s Ok. Beyond that, I have no advice.

    That was the first time that I read anything from that site. I can’t believe the depth of hatred. Pity the sons.

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  106. Yoda says:

    Perhaps Cill write post about the hatred he could

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  107. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I had hoped that Hillary’s server was so off the wall that no opponent would expect its existence, making it more secure.
    Who’s bright idea was to give her the job that challenged Thomas Jefferson.

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  108. Yoda says:

    A new post there is


  109. Tarnished says:

    In comments on the hate site, white women are urged to mate with men of color, to breed the white male out of existence (and white women along with them of course).

    Um. Yeah. That’s just as fucking racist as saying that black or Asian or Hispanic people should be be rendered unable to procreate. What disgusting beliefs! And your ex family members think this way?! 😠😡😬


  110. Cill says:

    I’m trying to make time to comment here, but things are bloody hectic. I’ll be back asap.

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  111. Yoda says:

    I’m trying to make time to comment here, but things are bloody hectic. I’ll be back asap.

    Send Moe to comment in your place you could


  112. M says:

    I wish with all my heart the man said he would stay, but he did not.

    Those wretched aunts have taken away so much potential happiness, I could scream!

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  113. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You have reminded me that it is left to the innocnt to clean up after the wicked.
    You’re all right.


  114. Yoda says:


    The president of Oberlin College—a famously leftwing school that recently made headlines for student protests against “cultural appropriation” of ethnic food in dining halls—has issued one of the most forceful rebukes of campus activist intimidation of any academic authority figure to date. Whereas many college presidents have made their best efforts to appease social justice protesters (mostly by promising to spend more money on the protesters’ preferred campus programs), President Marvin Krislov of Oberlin responded to a list of demands—which included firing specific faculty members, granting tenure to others, creating segregated “safe spaces” for black students, and paying student activists for their efforts—by firmly declining to negotiate. . . .

    The students concluded their list of demands by saying, “these demands are not suggestions” and threatened “immediate action” if they were not heeded. So who knows what, if anything, they will have in store for the Oberlin administration in the coming semester. But it’s also clear that campus activists regard capitulation as a sign of weakness, not solidarity—just ask President Christina Paxson of Brown. So whatever response the activists are planning would probably have been just as bad, if not worse, had Krislov tried to placate them by promising a new campus diversity center or convened a committee to make courses less, as the activists put it, “westernized.”

    At the same time, for critics of modern university political culture, it’s hard not to feel at least a modicum of appreciation for the activists’ willingness to attack certain academic orthodoxies. As Ross Douthat (no supporter of campus Jacobinism) has written, academic administrations have “long relied on rote appeals to the activists’ own left-wing pieties to cloak its utter lack of higher purpose.” The Oberlin activists seemed to sense this: In their list of demands, they criticize the College for using “the limited number of Black and Brown students to color its brochures” and suggest that its ideals of “equity, inclusion, and diversity,” as recited by campus administrators, are meaningless. On that front, they are not entirely wrong: The academy’s worship of diversity is in many ways a hollow exercise, a type of collective virtue signaling motivated more by a desire to boost rankings and market itself than by any comprehensive idea of justice.


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  115. Yoda says:

    Courtesy to parents,

    A British jihadist well-known for writing missives about rude Arabs and bossy Chechens in the Islamic State warns would-be jihadis that it’s “catastrophic” to let on one’s intentions too early out of love for one’s parents.

    Omar Hussain, a 27-year-old former grocery store security guard from southern England, goes by Abu Sa’eed Al-Britani since running off to join ISIS. He frequently writes PR, including an appeal for doctors to come to the Islamic State, and also answers Q&A.

    One segment from his “Message of a Mujahid” video has been circulating anew on social media this month: how to tell one’s family that you’ve run off to jihad.

    It comes as ISIS recruitment efforts are trying to bulk up numbers in the Islamic State, including fighters, civil servants, jihadi wives and kids trained as ISIS “cubs.”

    “One thing which every Muhājir will eventually face will be informing one’s parents about one’s hijrah,” Hussain said. “Depending on how close you are with your parents will affect how hard this will be, both for you and for them. Generally speaking the father-daughter relationship is the strongest bond as every father sees his daughter as his little angel, so sisters need to pay heed to how to go about in informing their parents of their whereabouts.”

    “No doubt when you break the news to your parents, it will shatter their hearts, especially since it will be a shock for them. You may have had the time to get over it as you knew you would part from them since the day you made your intention to move out, however the initial impact it will have upon one’s parents will not be the same.”

    Hussain stresses that ISIS recruits need to be careful not to let the cat out of the bag until they’ve arrived in their new home.



  116. Yoda says:

    A challenge this is,

    At the time of writing the petition is approaching 9,000 signatures, and demands Ms. Watson spend a “holiday” in the so-called Jungle camp in Calais without her bodyguards.

    It reads: “In order to show how safe current migration is to Europe, particularly regarding the cause of feminism… Emma Watson should spend a week’s holiday in a Calais migrant camp, without guards of course, to show how safe, and how pro feminism these migrants are.”


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  117. Cill says:

    Spawny’s OP: Women in Europe are torn between their desperate need to have their princess arses protected by white men, and an equally desperate need to cling to feminist dogma:

    Quality and innocence shall be rated by distance removed from the straight white male, the greater the distance the higher the rating

    (egotistically quite rightly dubbed “Cill’s Law” by me).

    As Spawny puts it, the migrants are “from an even more exulted position on the libtard totem pole of oppression”.

    Anyway, once again feminism has witlessly declared itself null and void. Compromise isn’t a quantitative change. It’s qualitative. It invalidates their own daft Patriarchy creed. This is hardly surprising. Sweet Reason is to Feminism as Marriage is to the Marchioness of Morella.

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  118. Farm Boy says:

    Speaking of Europe, I was reading some British Newspapers and what they say about the possible Brexit. There seems to be and endless amount of articles quoting some authority (not just politicians, but pundits, newspaperman, academics, businessmen, etc) who suggest that a Brexit would be a disaster for Britain. The problem here is that over the last twenty or so years, people have been lied to way too many times. Sometimes big lies, sometimes small lies, but lies all the same. In recent years, authorities have brazenly lied, expecting the media to keep a lid on things. Well, many people have kind of figure this out at a basic level.

    So when an authority asserts something, they believe the opposite. This is a simple way of operating, but is starting to work for many. I wonder what the response will be.

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  119. Spawny Get says:

    You’re seeing this effect with Trump. I have no idea what he’d actually be like as potus, but I can absolutely understand why he has such appeal. None of the rest of them have any credibility. Farage was the same.

    Trump’s issues with his past approximate Farage’s issues with oddball characters in UKIP.

    Both lead to doubts, but at the end of the day? He’s the only hope of something that might work.

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  120. Easttexasfatboy says:

    Spawny, I’d like to stick my oar in, but I really need to understand the censorship principles you are operating under. Thanks!


  121. Spawny Get says:

    I make a point of never threatening anybody. I don’t talk about boom sticks and the like.

    Imagine you’re Donald Trump and you know a shit stirring journalista is going to scan your words for something to lie about. Then have some fun baiting her with clear humour. That’s my basic approach.

    When the Dutch police threaten some bloke with a charge of sedition for just saying he doesn’t think his tiny village is a great place to house a huge number of immigrants…well, you know there’s no first amendment.

    Good night all

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  122. Easttexasfatboy says:

    As German feminists look on, testosterone laden young Arabs begin to flood into the country. These simple minded women felt sure that the young males would behave themselves. Because, you see, they had selectively produced a variant of young man that is low testosterone in nature…..known far and wide as the “mangina”. These little darlings were fairly obedient, and honestly, were so docile that the women couldn’t stomach breeding with them.

    So, there were several problems confronting these mindless feminists. Those young Arab males are real “grabby”, to say the least. But what’s worse, when they cried out for help, why, the men just stood there. Either the men were regular males, and were sick of the perverse society that feminism had wrot…..and thought it was great that those women could run that fast….or….the low testosterone fatties didn’t feel any possessive ideas forming, so they just stood there as well.

    The older men shook their heads in disgust. The open perversions practiced around them weren’t correct. They longed for the days of yester year……when feld grau inspired terror. But then they smiled, as a friendly stranger had shown up asking if they wanted to see Germany rise again. Quietly, speaking only to a few at a time, and so history begins to reassert itself. For, in truth, Germany is in a dire circumstance, and there are a few who are going to bring history back.

    The stranger wispered such things as….”We already have the tech for massive operations. Who among you are engineers? What disciplines? We have formulas and schematics. Who will save the Fatherland”?

    And so, the silly feminists had no idea what they had done. They trusted the Green party to keep all in order. You see, foolish women have no understanding of existential threats. But the older men surely remembered. That’s why they were told many years ago to keep certain tools and equipment available. It was explained that manpower wasn’t a factor these days.

    As they sat there, drinking their bier, it was pointed out that only a few good German engineers were needed. Each would do his part. What was satisfying was that some of the research they would use was developed by German scientists many years ago. The Americans certainly worked hard as well, but, in the end, there would be another fine German product to use again.

    So, has this fanciful tale entertained you? Think on this detail, if you will. Drones have changed many things, haven’t they? Surely people understand they will be used in urban areas, right? Will the green ring three drone fly again?


  123. Easttexasfatboy says:

    As a small aside, what terrifies our Homeland Security is the high tech loner. You see, once a fellow reaches a certain level of skill…..he can fabricate nearly anything. Most folks think that a biological weapon is a certainty, but the chemical engineering to fabricate nerve agents is no longer that difficult. Basically, better lab gear. Just think, the Americans developed a full scale chemical warfare unit for the benefit of Saddam. Yes, there was a major war going on between Iran and Iraq. Iraqi chemical weapons thinned out the Iranian boys who were forced to advance into the killing fields.

    The Germans developed tabun first. Iirc, the Americans came up with different flavors of sarin. VX came along, and it is truly persistent. Very corrosive to manufacture, but there’s much better lab gear nowadays. This is going to be how various factions produce a high fatality count. 2cc of agent, a bursting charge, and a small drone. That’s it. Much worse than high explosives.

    Anyways, the Germans have some persistent traits. The most salient is this…..if they are confronted with being wiped out……it gets really interesting. Every thing that has been mentioned here can be produced in a small lab with a skilled engineer.

    This is the future, and it is going to be incredibly lethal. If a chemical weapon is used, you cannot go help the affected people. You will just die as well. Islamic chemical weapons are being developed, when the labs aren’t being destroyed by drone strikes.

    The German trait of extermination for survival is still alive. Who ever thought that all German men were gelded was sadly mistaken. Some folks are researching genetic weapons. That will be the big one. Because the Jews and Arabs share the same semetic markers. Until recently, you could buy a genetic splicer. Everything that has been mentioned is well known to most intelligent folks.


  124. Spawny Get says:

    1984 missed out on predicting how far tech would come. Consequently it errs towards the optimistic.

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  125. Spawny Get says:

    I’m not much for poetry usually, but…

    Kipling wrote ‘When the Saxon began to hate’ which is pretty bleak.

    But this other poem addresses where Trump’s appeal is coming from. I think that he’s getting towards being the last peaceful path out of this mess. I have to wonder if there is some cabal that got us here and whether things are going as they planned.

    Rudyard Kipling

    Norman and Saxon

    A.D. 1100

    “My son,” said the Norman Baron, “I am dying, and you will be heir
    To all the broad acres in England that William gave me for share
    When he conquered the Saxon at Hastings, and a nice little handful it is.
    But before you go over to rule it I want you to understand this:–

    “The Saxon is not like us Normans. His manners are not so polite.
    But he never means anything serious till he talks about justice right.
    When he stands like an ox in the furrow–with his sullen set eyes on your own,
    And grumbles, ‘This isn’t fair dealing,’ my son, leave the Saxon alone.

    “You can horsewhip your Gascony archers, or torture your Picardy spears;
    But don’t try that game on the Saxon; you’ll have the whole brood round your ears.
    From the richest old Thane in the county to the poorest chained serf in the field,
    They’ll be at you and on you like hornets, and, if you are wise, you will yield.

    “But first you must master their language, their dialect, proverbs and songs.
    Don’t trust any clerk to interpret when they come with the tale of their own wrongs.
    Let them know that you know what they are saying; let them feel that you know what to say.
    Yes, even when you want to go hunting, hear ’em out if it takes you all day.

    They’ll drink every hour of the daylight and poach every hour of the dark.
    It’s the sport not the rabbits they’re after (we’ve plenty of game in the park).
    Don’t hang them or cut off their fingers. That’s wasteful as well as unkind,
    For a hard-bitten, South-country poacher makes the best man- at-arms you can find.

    “Appear with your wife and the children at their weddings and funerals and feasts.
    Be polite but not friendly to Bishops; be good to all poor parish priests.
    Say ‘we,’ ‘us’ and ‘ours’ when you’re talking, instead of ‘you fellows’ and ‘I.’
    Don’t ride over seeds; keep your temper; and never you tell ’em a lie!”

    Happy thoughts. I’ll be going back to my joking, I think. I’m old enough that this isn’t really my problem. But there’s always that last bit of hard to quench optimism that somehow someone sorts it out. But the candidates are mighty thin on the ground.


  126. Easttexasfatboy says:

    The biggest difference is what can be done on a small scale. Seriously, a garage can be used to do quite a bit. That’s what worries me. Sure, nuclear weapons are a nightmare, but chemical weapons are going to be a real big thing. Basically VX or the Russian equivalents.


  127. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    This was produced by Thorium four months ago.

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  128. Spawny Get says:

    There are a couple of interesting books from decades ago that never hit the big time, but do look at what happens in a sort of uber paternalistic society run by computers. Where it’s all about having the greatest number of humans, even if they’re genetically altered to be drone like four toed nebishes.

    The two stories are separate but interlinked. You’ll see what I mean.

    T J Bass
    Half past human
    The Godwhale

    They are decent stories as well as being ‘Brave New World’ type speculation. I happened across them as second-hand paperbacks thirty years ago.

    Two of Bass’ novels, Half Past Human (1971) and The Godwhale (1974), were nominated for the Nebula award. In both his books the Hive was a three trillion population of ‘nebishes’ – humans who had four toes and all aggressiveness bred out of them.[7]

    Hey! They’re on kindle now!

    I might be picking up my reading habit again.

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  129. Spawny Get says:

    Brown rubber safety pants and bicycle clips time for Dave and his Euro-chums?

    I doubt that they have the insight. Dave isn’t asking enough anyway, even if he got it all.

    Squeaky bum time in the posh seats? Too fecking late.


  130. JDG says:

    This was produced by Thorium four months ago.

    Is war coming to the West?


  131. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Is war coming to the West?”
    I don’t know. I think that nationalism will rise in the wake of all this and current governments will fall for failing to protect their people.


  132. Spawny Get says:

    If you go with Farage and Trump then nationalism can remain a good thing IMHO.
    I spent three years in France, a historic ‘enemy’ of England, I liked them. I was proud to be English and them to be French. We don’t have to descend to the level of football hooligans to have national pride and identity. We’re all civilised after all, are we not?


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