It Takes an Angry Village


Hillary suggests that it takes a village to raise children.  I am not sure if that is true, but I am confident that a village full of angry women will not be effective.  From the article,

Why are Modern Women Angry?

Does having too many choices, and too much freedom, contribute to intense dissatisfaction? 

Perhaps.  But there is undoubtedly more as we will see later.  So much choice can lead to unhappiness because, in short, one is always fretting over what choices one made, should make, and didn’t make.  Often simplicity of choice is a blessing.

Are modern people, particularly women, angry because our culture of self-affirmation and abundance has left them feeling unsatisfied?

What is self-affirmation?  Taking selfies?  I thought a culture of affirmation was bad enough (e.g. trolling for Facebook likes), but now we are into self-affirmation?  Doesn’t anybody have anything useful to do?  Perhaps by doing something useful, one might become more satisfied.

That women are less happy today is not just anecdotal. In 2009 the US National Bureau of Economic Research found that since World War II, when women reported greater happiness than men, the difference in the twenty-first century had dropped to zero. The study’s authors, Betsey Stevenson and Justin Wolfers of the University of Pennsylvania, found that in the U.S., women’s happiness had fallen “both absolutely and relatively to that of men.”

This would seem to be a problem; not just for women, but for husbands, boyfriends and children.  Perhaps women might want to address it.  But then again, no.  That might lead to curbing impulses and limits on acceptable behavior; we can’t have that.

But then again, happiness (or even contentment) isn’t everything.

There’s also overwhelming anecdotal evidence for anyone who bothers to make basic observations. Talk to women from the Greatest Generation, or from the 1950s and early 1960s, and they generally seem rosier than their young feminist counterparts. My mother, eighty-five, is a sunny and sanguine person, despite living through the Great Depression and losing her mother when she was only fifteen. Barbara Bush, Betty White, ninety-something swing dancing wonder Jean Veloz—these women all had and have the qualities of serenity and contentment. They’re secure in themselves and happy about who they are.

Maybe growing up during a period with a lack of abundance instilled some notions as to how the world rally works; and perhaps more essentially, what is truly important.  Moreover, there was the last remnants of the evil Patriarchy keeping them down and shaping their lives.  Still, content they are/were.

By contrast, many modern women seem quick to express anger about their lives. Living in a world of unlimited choices and constant affirmation, they nonetheless seem resentful. Even celebrities aren’t immune: Pop star Madonna is richer than many small countries and is absolutely free to do, say, and wear (or not wear) anything she wants to. Yet when fans have the audacity to be upset that she’s an hour late for a show, as she was recently, she launches into a tirade. American women live in the freest, most open-minded country on earth, yet seem bitter and disappointed.

Yes indeed: First World Problems.  Perhaps the modern world is like cocaine, it makes you feel good in the short term (a big high), but is not effective in the long term (a steady low).  Maybe a different approach is needed, one that leads to long term contentment with some high points through it all.  Was this what the previous generations had?

Consider the disposition of Casey Wilson, who has just written about her anger issues for Lenny, Lena Dunham’s online magazine. Wilson, an actress, writes about her many years of rage. She’s “thrown a Mountain Dew pager out the window of my boyfriend’s car on the highway en route to Rehoboth Beach”; she’s “smashed my beloved bedazzled Sidekick into my dressing-room mirror at SNL and left a trail of crushed BlackBerrys in every shitty apartment complex in LA”; she’s “thrown my iPhone only once, in a tequila-fueled moment (but between us, I knew I had an upgrade coming).”

Or perhaps nobody taught her how to behave.  So her childish impulses became adult impulses.   Dunno.  Maybe this explains everything and we can all go home now.

Nah.  Probably not.  There is undoubtedly more going on.

Wilson has put her finger on what is called “the paradox of progress.” The more we make giant advances in science, communications, medicine and technology, the more people complain. Free from starvation, we gripe about the quality of the organic food at our local restaurant. A hundred years ago polio was wiping out thousands of children in the United States; now teens become apoplectic if they have their iPhones taken away. My mother had a very rough childhood that included having to support her family while still a teenager. Now women who could be her granddaughters are demanding tax breaks for makeup.

Perhaps they complain more because they have time and the free mental energy to do so.  That, plus people get a short term high from complaining.  It makes them feel alive and engaged and stuff.  Once again, if they were spending their time doing something useful, they might be less inclined to complain.

The great social historian Christopher Lasch once wrote eloquently about the conceptof “the ethic of limits,” which he described as follows: “For vast numbers of Americans, limits are a necessary and even desirable face of life—limits on human freedom, on human capacities, on the power of reason to eradicate everything that is mysterious in the universe.” Lasch contrasted the people who live with limits—those who spend their lives working, raising kids, and living their lives “a long way from the center of metropolitan culture”—with a “New Class” of elites that pursues a “heady vision of unlimited possibilities” and “views life as an experiment.” Lasch believed that the people who accepted the reality of limits ended up living more hopeful lives.

The reality of limits is what is being suggested as leading to contentment.  I had a materially modest, but happy childhood, so anecdotally I agree.  Though I might suggest that a slightly more general concept may lead there; that is, just understanding the reality of how the world works.  Not so much how you wish it would work, but how it actually does.  For example, I do believe that many men who have learned the red pill are more content after doing so, than before.  Knowledge will set you free (to be content).

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154 comments on “It Takes an Angry Village
  1. Spawny Get says:

    If women are angry now, they’ll be hopping mad when they realise that increasing numbers of men don’t care that they’re angry.

    Liked by 5 people

  2. Ame says:

    “So much choice can lead to unhappiness because, in short, one is always fretting over what choices one made, should make, and didn’t make. Often simplicity of choice is a blessing.”

    i can agree with this … TOO MUCH INFORMATION!
    simplicity is bliss 🙂


    “trolling for Facebook likes”

    i know of people who keep up with their number of fb friends. i have not a clue how many i have and couldn’t care a less … so it’s weird when people care about that.


    ” Knowledge will set you free (to be content).”

    the bible has something to say about that, too:

    “And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” John 8:32

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  3. Ame says:

    Spawny – there are some comments in ‘pending’ and ‘spam’ to approve

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  4. mgtowhorseman says:


    Say it with me Z.F.G.

    Same as the guy in the Campbells soup add sick on the couch asking his gf to make him soup and she throws the can at him. You dont care, we dont care.

    Fish dont need no bicycles. and the I in SIW stands for INDEPENDENT.


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  5. Yoda says:

    Angry villagers chased people away from commenting here they did

    Liked by 2 people

  6. SFC Ton says:

    Well older folks do have more to be happy with then 25 year olds

    The older folks will be dead when the bills for their fucked up bullshit comes due and the 25 year olds have to pay the butcher. Maybe figuratively maybe not but 85 year olds pissed away the social capital inheritance of the 25 year olds and fiscal one too

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  7. Yoda says:

    Should be embarrassing this is,

    John Sexton digests the incredible exchange from the House panel’s quizzing of Lynch earlier today:

    Chaffetz: Does an individual need a security clearance to review or have access to classified material?
    Lynch: Well, congressman, that issue would be dependent upon the agency for whom they worked and the nature of the work that they did with respect to…

    Chaffetz: Can you give me an example where you don’t need a security clearance to view classified material?

    Lynch: No, I believe as I was going to say, they would, but the type of clearance varies with every agency and the agency would make that decision and determination.

    Chaffetz: Is it legal or illegal to share classified information with somebody who doesn’t have a security clearance?

    Lynch: Congressman, it depends on the facts of every situation. You’d have to determine how that sharing occurred. You’d have to determine the means. You’d have to determine the reason, the intent, um, certainly depending on how you view the statute it could go any number of ways.

    Chaffetz: So you think there is a scenario in which you could share classified information with somebody who doesn’t have the requisite security clearance?

    Lynch: No, I would not draw that conclusion. I would say that I’m not able to answer it as a hypothetical but there are a number of factors that would go into the decision and one could have any number of results.

    “This exchange continued for several more minutes,” Sexton adds dryly.

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  8. Cill says:

    Are modern people, particularly women, angry because our culture of self-affirmation and abundance has left them feeling unsatisfied?

    The abundance of privilege and entitlement of women – the sheer quantity and duration of it – exposes their inability to turn it into anything worthwhile. It has produced nothing to advance civilization or make the world a better place. I wonder if brief intimations occasionally penetrate their innate shallowness, just enough to expose the fact that creation of value is reliant on men? I doubt it. It’s more likely that female group-bias suppresses the intimations, leaving women incapable of repairing their relationship with men.

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  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That may not be Tarn bait but, it will pique Liz’s interest in that her online persona is a cat.

    On another thread, Horseman pointed out that , in Rollo’s most recent post, that women are promoting themselves as dinner companions for five hundred dollars. That will not fly and they will be angry about it.
    They my well be angry that the utopia that feminism promised is an illlusion and that it has cost them the good will of men.

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  10. Spawny Get says:

    Cill, I agree. They’re frustrated that they’ve grown up with the WAW effect and yet reality finds them unremarkable. Just, you know, normal. The only people that praise them are other women (who are clearly just normal too, but insist on praise back) and simpering manginas like Paul Feig (Ghostbusters director who branched around in a clown suit saying WAW and saying women are funnier than men etc)

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  11. Spawny Get says:

    Just another glorious summer’s day here in the UK


  12. Spawny Get says:

    Actually, I lie. Right now there’re gaps between the clouds. Nice

    Liked by 1 person

  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Mark Twain said , “The coldest winter I ever spent was summer in San Francisco.”
    You may have a counter to that.

    This is the only thing that I have founs on Studio Brule post conference.

    In it, Mike Buchanan says that he will release speeches on his channel.

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  14. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    By the way, I tend to avoid large angry mobs with torches and pitchforks. They make me nervous.

    Liked by 2 people

  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Off topic. The Ciy of Vancouver is trying to do something about the housing shortage, no matter how ill advised.

    While they only touch on it briefly, I have seen what happens. Productive working families are chased out of town to be replaced by idlers. Socially, it is not healthy

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  16. Yoda says:

    If vote for Trump you do,
    evil Patriarchy restored it will be.

    In an entrenched patriarchy, most men will be dominant over some woman or women. (This has generally held regardless of class, though not race, in America.) But patriarchies are not formless gender hierarchies. Specific social roles give women’s subordination its content and character. These roles typically require women to support men in dominant social positions—giving them love and affection, care and loyalty, along with sex and children.

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  17. Yoda says:

    Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, R-Wis. asked Lynch directly what the difference was between the term Comey used to describe Clinton’s conduct — “extremely careless” — and the “gross negligence” standard under which the relevant statute says she could be prosecuted. Lynch, like Comey, was unable to give a coherent answer. Lynch didn’t even try, she just repeated how she accepted the recommendations of Comey to not indict Clinton.

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  18. SFC Ton says:

    Large angry mob?

    I’ll bring the corn liquor because that sounds like my kind of party

    Liked by 1 person

  19. Yoda says:

    Director of national intelligence James Clapper wrote a letter to Speaker Paul Ryan denying his request to exclude Hillary Clinton from classified briefings during the campaign. This despite FBI director Comey testifying before Congress that Clinton and her aides were “extremely careless” in handling classified documents.

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  20. Yoda says:

    Need the Force to implement this they do.
    Or perhaps Vulcan mind meld work it might

    Democratic Caucus Vice-Chair Rep. Joe Crowley (D-N.Y.) says that “thorough background checks” for gun purchases would lead law enforcement to deny guns to those with “criminal thoughts.”

    Liked by 1 person

  21. Yoda says:

    Corn liquor useful for keeping the torches burning it would be

    Liked by 1 person

  22. Yoda says:

    Unicorn bait up thread ineffective it would be

    Liked by 3 people

  23. Yoda says:

    One hundred years ago the Somme Offensive going strong it was.
    Women still hardest hit they were

    Liked by 4 people

  24. Yoda says:

    His frustration level reached a boiling point when Lynch — the chief law enforcement officer of the United States — refused to even admit that speeding is against the law.

    AG Loretta Lynch Refuses to Answer Basic Questions About Mishandling Security
    “I’ve got a question for you,” said Collins. “Driving down the road, speed limit says 55, I’m doing 65. Have I broke the law?”

    “You would have to ask the Highway Patrol,” Lynch answered, as the chamber erupted in snickers. “He would likely write you a ticket,” she added helpfully.

    The dumbfounded Collins exclaimed, “I went to a small law school. We were taught the law!” He noted that he wasn’t so sure about Harvard (Lynch’s alma mater) though.

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  25. Yoda says:

    Hillary Clinton might as well have been criticizing herself in a recent interview in which she discussed the erosion of public trust in the media and political elites.

    “Look at the nonsense that people say running for office. I mean, just ridiculous stuff,” Clinton told Vox editor-in-chief Ezra Klein in a 40-minute interview released on Monday

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  26. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda at 1:45pm,
    I read the whole link. What a feminist! Well, if feminists want to make Hillary their candidate, they are welcome to her. That will give her opponent more to attack because feminism is born of hate of men. Shining a spotlight on that may take down feminism along with Hillary.

    That article had to be written by an academic in gender studies, it is that thick.

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  27. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda at 4:43pm,
    Live log enough and stuff seems to repeat itself. What the current AG was doing is called “stonewalling”. It got the former AG, John Mitchell, a term in prison at Eglin AFB. It is too bad that Sam Ervin wasn’t there. He graduated top of his class from Harvard Law School.

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  28. SFC Ton says:

    Here is a little lesson in Alpha-tune for y’all

    Doesn’t matter who is POTUS an alpha is going do what he wants and needs

    Once you achieve that outcome independence your life is on rails


  29. SFC Ton says:

    Remember the law isn’t about right or wrong or justice it’s about what some professional lair can con some idiots into believing

    Only fools and cucks hold the law and lawyers in regard


  30. Spawny Get says:


    Prime-ministeress May has just made her first speech. Could have been made by Bliar. Without any changes.

    The fucking wage gap
    Racial prison imbalance
    You work hard and we’ll look after you
    CockWombling WankPuffinery at its most vacuous

    Fucking fucking fuck

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  31. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    On that link, there was picture of someone who could do a much better job, Arthur Wellesley. It’s too bad that he can’t be drafted. How do these spineless wretches get elected?

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Spawny Get says:

    Mr Cloud☭ • 3 minutes ago

    “Wolf whistling to become a HATE crime: Police force starts recording ‘uninvited verbal engagement’ from men to women in the same category as racist abuse.”

    Liked by 2 people

  33. Spawny Get says:

    You jammy bastards

    Liked by 3 people

  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    The potential for abuse in enforcement is unreal. By elevating “wolf whistling” to a hate crime, it sounds like it has been elevated to a felony from a nuisance. While it sounds as if they will need electronic recordings to corroborate, it will soon be enough to convict on a woman’s testimony only. This will get ugly. Feminists only want this as another weapon against men. I don’t think that there is a pressing social problem with this.
    All men can do is boycott communities that go down this road.

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  35. Choicy says:

    Hell Spawny that is bad news having Theresa May your Prime minister until 2020 mate.

    4 years of Theresa May. I’m out here trying to to wrap my head around the thought of 4 years of a woman as bad as Julia Guiullard and my brain can’t deal with it mate. Hell mate you have been betrayed and I reckon there’s going to be trouble before this game is over. I better check out the price of gold (or 30 pieces of silver mate). wink

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  36. Spawny Get says:

    Cheers Choicy.
    But ain’t it great that we’re looking like having a gender balanced cabinet? fucksakes

    David Davis for BREXIT minister…could be good. He was great, but a little odd lately

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  37. Spawny Get says:

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  38. Spawny Get says:

    miss cleo • 7 minutes ago
    I cannot understand Rudd at the HO. You could stick her on the backbenches forever and never have to worry about her pissing outside the tent

    Snotsicle miss cleo • 5 minutes ago
    She has tits. Only reason.

    miss cleo Snotsicle • 4 minutes ago
    So has my boxer dog but I do not give her any responsibilities around the house

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  39. Spawny Get says:

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  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    For those who have forgotten or were unaware of Julia Gullard, the former PM of Australia.

    As I remember, this speech was very close to the end and people were not sorry to see her go.


  41. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I found this, a reaction video from Hillary on the Gullard speech.

    Either Hillary is dense or she supports Julia Gullard using “misogyny” as a political bludgeon.


  42. David Foster says:

    “The closer men came to perfecting for themselves a paradise, the more impatient they seemed to become with it, and with themselves as well. They made a garden of pleasure, and became progressively more miserable with it as it grew in richness and power and beauty; for them, perhaps, it was easier for them to see that something was missing in the garden, some tree or shrub that would not grow. When the world was in darkness and wretchedness, it could believe in perfection and yearn for it. But when the world became bright with reason and riches, it began to sense the narrowness of the needle’s eye, and that rankled for a world no longer willing to believe or yearn. Well, they were going to destroy it again, were they?–this garden Earth, civilized and knowing, to be torn apart again that Man might hope again in wretched darkness.”

    –Walter Miller, A Canticle for Leibowitz

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  43. thedeti says:

    Channeling Ton….

    Women are unhappy and pissed off because the men in their lives don’t put limits around them and tell them what they can and can’t do.

    Women seem to be much happier and more content when they have to stay within boundaries set for them by men. I put hard boundaries on what I will and won’t tolerate from Mrs. deti, and she has never been happier. It was when I was running around like a chicken with my head cut off trying to please her and make her happy, when she was at her most miserable.

    My daughter is 16, almost 17. She is content (not happy or overjoyed, but content) to live with my hard boundaries on her as well. She sometimes doesn’t like them. But she lives with them, she understands what is expected, and this causes her contentment.

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  44. Ame says:

    thedeti –
    “Women are unhappy and pissed off because the men in their lives don’t put limits around them and tell them what they can and can’t do.

    Women seem to be much happier and more content when they have to stay within boundaries set for them by men.”

    i agree.

    one of the things in my first marriage that was ALWAYS an issue, no matter how much he made (which was substantial) … was how much i spent. it wasn’t that i was frivolous, it was that he would get angry about how much i spent, say, at the grocery store, but would never tell me how much he expected me to spend. i would ask him all.the.time to give me a number. he would never do so but would be incensed when i spent anything. i mean … diapers for the babies … basics. (and i hate shopping, so i’m not one to go on a shopping spree ever. i hate buying clothes, shoes, etc, unless i absolutely have to.)

    the man i’m married to now will at least tell me what he expects on things … anything … how i dress, makeup, hair, money, etc. it’s so freeing … and safe. really safe.


    “My daughter is 16, almost 17. She is content (not happy or overjoyed, but content) to live with my hard boundaries on her as well. She sometimes doesn’t like them. But she lives with them, she understands what is expected, and this causes her contentment.”


    i have one of those, too … and an 18 year old. they will teach you that contentment is definitely learned and happiness is a choice but is often strongly influenced by hormones … which are crazy and girls are still trying to figure out how to deal with and understand at this age … what does ___ mean … why do i feel like ___ during different weeks of the month, etc. (menstrual app might be helpful here … one that allows you to add in feelings and emotions during the month, diet, etc … just to give her a clearer picture of what’s going on with her body and how that affects every thing in her life).

    but it’s also an age where they’re transitioning from having been born to and living on our ‘team’ to creating and developing their own ‘team’ someday. to figuring out where life’s boundaries are and how to form them, what they look like, what it feels like (remembering … talking about girls here) to make choices that go against what she perceives other girls her age are making or are allowed to make. but their brains are far from fully developed yet … still quite a few years away as early 20’s is probably the earliest her brain will be fully developed.

    several years ago my niece, who was 21 at the time, stayed with us for a summer while she saved money and worked. i got married the first time at 21, so i had what i thought were reasonable expectations of her. i was a bit surprised to find out that while she reasoned well in some areas, others she was off the charts. (i’m thankful she and i have always had a good relationship and i could influence her well during those months).

    young women at this age are often more reactive than proactive, extremely emotionally driven as they haven’t quite totally figured out all the aspects or their hormonal cycles and how to manage that, and, as i’m sure you’re well aware, quite manipulative and persistent.

    good for you for setting those firm boundaries in your home and maintaining them. i know we women / girls push those envelopes a lot … but in that sense we’re a bit like preschoolers wanting to know those boundaries are still there … meaning we’re still safe.

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  45. Ame says:

    David Foster says:
    13 July, 2016 at 9:58 pm

    yes. i agree.

    the book of Ecclesiastes (;NIV) was written by King Solomon at the end of his life, supposedly the wisest and one of the wealthiest kings to ever live who had 700 wives and 300 concubines!

    in chapter 2 he says:

    “I undertook great projects: I built houses for myself and planted vineyards. I made gardens and parks and planted all kinds of fruit trees in them. I made reservoirs to water groves of flourishing trees. I bought male and female slaves and had other slaves who were born in my house. I also owned more herds and flocks than anyone in Jerusalem before me. I amassed silver and gold for myself, and the treasure of kings and provinces. I acquired male and female singers, and a harem as well—the delights of a man’s heart. I became greater by far than anyone in Jerusalem before me. In all this my wisdom stayed with me. I denied myself nothing my eyes desired; I refused my heart no pleasure. My heart took delight in all my labor,
    and this was the reward for all my toil. Yet when I surveyed all that my hands had done and what I had toiled to achieve, everything was meaningless, a chasing after the wind; nothing was gained under the sun.”

    the whole book is not very long but is an interesting read. i can relate to it a lot.

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  46. Yoda says:

    Women seem to be much happier and more content when they have to stay within boundaries set for them by men.

    Relates to this recent post it does


  47. Yoda says:

    Either Hillary is dense or she supports Julia Gullard using “misogyny” as a political bludgeon.

    Won’t get her very far it will.
    Need a bigger bludgeon she would.
    Immunized to such BS many people are

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  48. Yoda says:

    Employed liberals were “likely to be open with feelings,” and those mentioning Quentin Tarantino and Pulp Fiction in their profiles tended to list wanting “pain during sex.”

    Other terms commonly listed on liberal profiles included “Atheist,” “Social Justice,” “Feminist,” and “Queer.” Common conservative terms included “Country,” “Fishing,” “Old fashioned,” and “C.S. Lewis.”

    OkCupid said the majority of its users are liberal, and 50 percent of its total users report that they could not date someone with opposing political views


  49. Yoda says:

    “FBI agents believe there was an inside deal put in place after the Loretta Lynch/Bill Clinton tarmac meeting,” said one source.

    Another source from the Justice Department was “furious” with Comey, saying he’s “managed to piss off right and left.”


  50. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that Hillary spoke before Julia’s fall. Had she known that speech was the end of her, she may have said something very different. But, that is Hillary.

    That sounds very much like OkCupid. After gleaning from masses of data, a superficial conclusion.

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  51. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Deti’s comment is bothering me. All those concession made by men to accommodate women and, in the en, it is the fault of men for making them.
    This is a really stupid game.

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  52. Farm Boy says:

    But attacking Trump over a potential IRS gone rogue is like attacking him for potentially wanting to intervene in foreign civil wars without Congress’s approval. We’ve seen that movie already. In fact, Hillary Clinton produced that movie.

    Even lamer, if the IRS decides to start taking down political enemies, it’s more likely they’d focus on taking down President Trump himself than his adversaries. Judging by their political donations, IRS employees lean in exactly the partisan direction you’d expect the taxman to lean. Obama didn’t need to tell Lois Lerner to target tea partiers. That sort of thing would occur to her naturally given the agency’s institutional lean.

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  53. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    Hillary is shameless.

    Feminists go on dates? Once on the dates, they find a way to derail the potential attraction? How trollish!


  54. SFC Ton says:

    Of all the things women suck at on a meta scale, writing has to be at the top of the list. Which is kind of funny since all they are good four involves sucking

    I’ve read atlas shurg, it sacked so much ass it could have gotten a gold medal in the ass sucking Olympics. And some how she is supposed to be one of the high water marks of lady writing


  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Mike Cernovich has his two cents on what is going on in Nottingham. By the way, this is not a specific law but an interpretation by the local police.


  56. It’s true that despite women getting so much of what they asked for, demanded, wanted, etc. they are still unhaaaaapy. Waaa.

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  57. Nobody else is happier for it, either! 😦

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  58. Ame says:

    Men … who are your favorite authors?


  59. Spawny Get says:

    The problem, she picked up a Nu-Liebour Bliar speech and made it as a ‘Tory’

    complete with wage gap, racist legal system etc etc

    Liked by 1 person

  60. Sumo says:

    Men … who are your favorite authors?

    Other men, of course.

    Liked by 1 person

  61. SFC Ton says:

    In theory the Almighty and His Old Testament wisdom stuff and Machovellie are all a man needs for day to day tactical success
    But neither covers things like the finer points of patrolling, how to rebuild a carburetor, tide chart and what not

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  62. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    National anthem time!

    One of the four keys to the Bastille is at George Washington’s home, presented to him by Lafayette. Where are the other three?

    Liked by 2 people

  63. Yoda says:

    Shows a bit of cleavage Ms. May does
    Wonder if Hillary imitate she will I do

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  64. Yoda says:

    The “wage gap” an IQ test it is.
    Ms. May poorly she did

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  65. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I hadn’t noticed until you brought it up. It has become that ubiquitous that even heads of state are displaying what would not be allowed in a serious business enviornment.

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  66. Yoda says:

    Prefer this Ms. May I do

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  67. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The “wage gap” a test it is. To the politician it is a cheap shot. To take it is a demonstration of willingness to take a cheap shot and a low opinion of the people that they are addressing to accept such horse manure. To those of us who see it, it is a clue to their underlying character.

    I had forgotten about Elly May. Popular with animals she was. A point in her favor!

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  68. SFC Ton says:

    The wage gap is funny
    “They” care about the wage gap when it’s women vs men, or when Whites come out on top vs negros but don’t say shit about Jews and Asians out earning White men


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  69. Spawny Get says:

    Official: Britain no longer has “the greenest government ever.”

    Incoming Prime Minister Theresa May has driven a stake through the heart of her predecessor David Cameron’s fluffy, faux-Conservative project by scrapping the Department of Energy And Climate Change (DECC).

    Established in 2008, DECC was a hangover from the Gordon Brown era of woeful misgovernance. Its first Secretary of State was future failed Labour leader candidate Ed Miliband whose only significant political achievement also happened to be one of the most expensive and pointless in British parliamentary history: the drafting of the truly disastrous Climate Change Act.

    Under the terms of the Climate Change Act – written by a green activist from Friends of the Earth called Bryony Worthington; endorsed by Cameron’s Conservative opposition and rejected by only five MPs – Britain is legally committed to more stringent “decarbonisation” targets than any other country in the world, at an annual cost of around £19 billion a year.

    Miliband’s successors, under the awful Conservative/Lib Dem Coalition government were even worse. For some bizarre reason probably not unconnected with utter fecklessness, green delusion and a fatuous desire to virtue signal, Prime Minister Cameron decided to hand over the keys to DECC to his Lib Dem Coalition partners.

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  70. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I hope that there is more to come.My first thought was of the radfem that runs the Crown Prosecution Service.

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  71. Yoda says:

    The police force in Nottinghamshire, East Midlands, will become the first in the U.K. to record misogyny as a hate crime in an effort to tackle the increasing number of incidents in the county.

    Misogynist hate crime is defined by the force as: ” Incidents against women that are motivated by an attitude of a man towards a woman and includes behaviour targeted towards a woman by men simply because they are a woman.”

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  72. Yoda says:

    Idaho Falls resident Sean P. Smith, 43, who also goes by the name “Shauna Patricia Smith,” was arrested on one count of felony voyeurism after taking a series of pictures of the woman while she was changing, according to Bonneville County Sgt. Bryan Lovell.

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  73. Yoda says:

    A new congressional letter circulating among lawmakers charges the William, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation is a “lawless, ‘Pay-to-Play’ enterprise that has been operating under a cloak of philanthropy for years.”

    The letter calls upon the three agencies to launch a “public corruption” investigation into the ties between Clinton Foundation donors and Hillary Clinton’s policies as secretary of state.

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  74. Yoda says:

    Writing in the Daily Telegraph in 2007 Johnson questioned whether he could back her candidacy. Clinton, who today is the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, was at the time seen as a favorite to win the 2008 U.S. presidential election.

    “She’s got dyed blonde hair and pouty lips, and a steely blue stare, like a sadistic nurse in a mental hospital; and as I snap out of my trance I slap my forehead in astonishment.

    How can I possibly want Hillary? I mean, she represents, on the face of it, everything I came into politics to oppose: not just a general desire to raise taxes and nationalise things, but an all-round purse-lipped political correctness.”

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  75. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If the Clinton Foundation is looked into, it will be like opening a can of worms. While I have heard it from only one source, it hasn’t been in compliance since it was moved from Arkansas to New York. That is only for starters.

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  76. Spawny Get says:

    My understanding is that convicting Hillary will take down a remarkable fraction of Washington. Trump, my guess, has the balls to pull that lever.

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  77. Yoda says:

    China’s official censorship guidelines technically prohibit movies that “promote cults or superstition” — a holdover from the Communist Party’s secular ideology — and the country’s regulators occasionally have been known to use this obscure provision as rationale for banning films that feature ghosts or supernatural beings in a semi-realistic way (Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest suffered such a fate in 2006, thanks to its depictions of ghouls and cannibalism).

    Ever since Feig’s reboot went into production, industry watchers have wondered what stance China’s film authorities might take on the movie.

    Speculation only increased this spring, when it was revealed that the Chinese character for “ghost” had been removed from the reboot’s Chinese title, even though it appears in the local names for the original films.

    The original Bill Murray-starring 1984 classic, which never screened theatrically in China, was translated as “捉鬼敢死队,” five characters literally meaning “Ghost Catcher Dare Die Team.” The sequels followed suit. The reboot, however, has been reworked as “超能敢死队,” meaning “Super Power Dare Die Team.”

    Many guessed that Sony made the adjustment in hopes of finessing the film into China’s strictly regulative but increasingly lucrative theatrical market.

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  78. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    It would not be necessary to prosecute all of them. The lesser ones could straighten up and toe the line. One of the things that Donald Trump has to be painfully aware of is the cost of corruption in New York. It is very expensive to build there.

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  79. Spawny Get says:

    Decimation was the practice of selecting one in ten for execution pour encourager les autres, was it not (obviously not in French at the time)

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  80. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Decimation was the Roman punishment for units that demonstrated cowardice. I don’t think that it was employed very much, if at all. But, yes, the same principle applies to my suggestion.

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  81. SFC Ton says:

    Does Trump have the balls to pull that lever?

    Who knows but the fallout will get worse the longer said lever is not pulled. LOL sounds dirty, right?

    Liked by 1 person

  82. Spawny Get says:

    Ton, select as many as you like:
    a) Filth!
    b) Disgusting!
    c) You disgust me

    Catchphrases on my political home from home

    And you’re right about sooner the better, but I think it’s too late to avoid catastrophuck.

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  83. David Foster says:

    Spawny Get…”My understanding is that convicting Hillary will take down a remarkable fraction of Washington”…reminds me of something written by General Edward Spears, who was Churchill’s emissary to France in 1940:

    There was at the time a disturbing amount of defeatism, and in some cases actual sympathy with the Nazi enemy, among certain government officials and other French elites. Henri de Kerillis, a Deputy and newpaper editor, had been consistently pressing Prime Minister Daladier to investigate some sinister behavior by members of the extreme Right. Spears:

    ‘“Il faut de’brider l’abces,” he had said time and time again to the Premier. He had done so again lately and received this strange answer: I have done exactly what you urged, I have opened the abscess, but it was so deep the scalpal disappeared down it, and had I gone on, my arm would have followed.” This was really very frightening, and I said so. “You cannot be more frightened than I am,” said Kerillis.’

    There are indeed disturbing parallels between the corruption and defeatism existing in America today and those that existed in the French Third Republic in 1940…and we know what happened to the Third Republic…

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  84. Spawny Get says:

    Our media is the same as yours…apparently

    Liked by 3 people

  85. BuenaVista says:

    Trump’s a businessman, he won’t waste time creating spectacles over vanquished opponents. You beat her, kick her remnants into the ditch, drive on. Just drive on.

    At 4 am today NPR referred to Boris as ‘disgraced Boris Johnson.’ These govt mouthpieces are all the same it seems.

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  86. Spawny Get says:

    David, I’m still somewhat shocked that we were able to win the referendum. It’s very clear that nobody had planned what to do if we did. The EU is up to its neck in the failure. It gave Dave nothing in its negotiations preceding the vote, basically a phoque you to us. They were so convinced that we were too deep in the mire.

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  87. Spawny Get says:

    BV yeah, our media is steamed that BoJo got one of the major posts. Clown that he is, he has charm and can get things done. That image of him stuck on a wire would have finished any other career, he just laughed it off.


    I’m pleased to announce that we have a winner of The Spectator’s President Erdogan Offensive Poetry competition, and here it is:

    There was a young fellow from Ankara
    Who was a terrific wankerer
    Till he sowed his wild oats
    With the help of a goat
    But he didn’t even stop to thankera.
    The author of this winning entry is former Mayor of London and chief Brexiteer, Boris Johnson MP.


  88. BuenaVista says:

    Wow, furry, I had no idea the Clintons were corrupt. That’s some deep shit right there. Watch your back, and avoid Fort Marcy Park.


  89. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    As for the news, they never interview the bear. They should try. He may say something profound.


  90. BuenaVista says:

    BoJo is a major literary resource.

    That said, I have a few cheap Turkish pistols, and they run good. All metal, and good copies of Mr Browning’s wares.


  91. BuenaVista says:

    Just FYI, Spawny, BoJo never seemed buffoonish to this ‘Murrican. Just charming, smart and irreverent. I’m curious why a Brit would find him a dope.


  92. BuenaVista says:

    I’m really concerned that the Clintons might be corrupt. This makes me feel bad and I’m not sure what to do. Perhaps watch videos of Scarlett. It’s all very distressing. I need a hug.


  93. Ame says:

    Sumo says:
    14 July, 2016 at 10:42 am
    Men … who are your favorite authors?

    Other men, of course.

    that was great 🙂

    btw, Sumo … i LOVE my cast iron pan and use it all.the.time! 🙂


  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Thank you, Ame.


  95. Spawny Get says:

    BV, because the act gets old. Because you remember the good men lead by Bertie Wooster types into machine gun fire in 14-18


  96. Spawny Get says:

    The Turks also make some reasonable shotties. Especially for the price.

    Liked by 1 person

  97. Spawny Get says:

    Fuzzie, makes you wonder whether they want to see clashes.

    Liked by 1 person

  98. Spawny Get says:

    Gold and the Two Sides of Europe
    Adam English Photo By Adam English
    Written Thursday, July 14, 2016
    The rift between the British and continentals isn’t the only one on full display now.

    We’re all seeing the start of a breakdown between those who have invested in Europe’s future and those who have control of it.

    From pensioners and middle-class savers to the wealthiest clients of the largest investment firms, it isn’t just political mistrust and uncertainty.

    Blaming the Brexit voters is just the easiest, most superficial story to write.

    What truly underlies what we’re seeing today is a fundamental belief that Europe, and the world at large, has allowed technocrats who are utterly blinded to reality by their hubris to admit that:

    The models used have been critically flawed and have caused a feedback loop of stagnation,
    and that institutional tools brought to bear cannot possibly address the root causes.

    As the headlines focus on Brexit and the rise of nationalism and anti-immigration politics, the incompetence of politicians in office is ignored.

    While the negatives to European trade from an unraveling open market are being cited as the source for a possible recession, and at least slower growth, the low productivity and welfare state issues of large swaths of Europe fade into the background.

    Europe is showing two sides of itself. Those in power will continue to wield it in the same unsuccessful ways, with dire warnings for anything but total compliance with their agenda.

    Meanwhile, those who are invested in Europe’s future are seeing the Brexit as just one small factor in a litany of critical flaws, and are moving to protect themselves from the ineffectiveness of the ruling class.

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  99. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Would you elaborate?


  100. Spawny Get says:

    The Labour problem, the MPs wanted to remain in EU, but here’s the referendum voting
    Only London voted to remain(blue) everywhere else in England and Wales wanted out.


  101. Spawny Get says:

    Nice (France) terrorist attack rumours


  102. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It’s breaking, so details and video will follow later.


  103. Spawny Get says:

    Trump has a running mate. Any views? I’ve not heard of the guy before.


  104. Spawny Get says:

    Nice sounds horrific.


  105. Spawny Get says:

    I’m sure that you know, 14th July / Bastille Day is the French 4th July. A lorry drove through crowds, then gunfire.

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  106. Ame says:

    that’s despicable, Spawny. 😦

    Liked by 1 person

  107. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Something brief from Nice.

    Liked by 1 person

  108. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    No word on the driver. It’s either someone who went crazy or a terrorist. If it is a terrorist, their methods are getting cruder. That may be good as it means they have less support.

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  109. Spawny Get says:

    30 dead 100 injured

    Liked by 1 person

  110. Spawny Get says:

    If vehicles are weapons then everyone is armed, this isn’t a desperation measure.

    Liked by 1 person

  111. Tarnished says:

    I truly don’t understand how women can be unhappy in the Western World.

    We can get a prime education, vote, drive, have our own careers, keep our individual paychecks, buy a house, and go shopping without needing to cover our entire bodies or be escorted by a male relative.

    If we are single, we never have to okay our purchases with our father, we can decide who to date, marry, or even have sex with. We aren’t forbidden from drinking alcohol, we can freely exercise without needing to keep down our muscle tone for fear of being “unattractive”, and aren’t sequestered away from the rest of our family or society in general just because we have our period. We can even go swimming during it, thanks to the ease of purchasing things like tampons.

    We have no arranged child marriages. We have no female genital mutilation (though I am firmly against the continued circumcision of infant males). We have no honor killings. If we are raped by a “friend”, date, spouse, or family member we aren’t executed for “being a loose woman”. We can go out when we want, take vacations, enter into contracts, be counted as a full individual as a court witness rather than half a person, and can even enter into politics or decide we want to remain childless.

    Fuck. What the hell is there to be angry about? We have it so amazing here!

    Even being a dreaded “SIW”, I’m happy and/or content with my life nearly every day. Fems and SJWs need to get the sand out of their vaginas and take a moment to realize just how fucking good we have it here.

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  112. Tarnished says:

    Damn. Thanks for the info, guys.

    Liked by 1 person

  113. Spawny Get says:

    Believe it if you wish


  114. Spawny Get says:

    Sky news (Murdoch) says 60 dead. BBC too


  115. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Doubtful. By now, all the fireworks would have been expended. The truck would have been emptied before the sun went down to prepare for the show.

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  116. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Some people are never satisfied. Maybe they want to live as the celebrities do in the glossy tabloids.


  117. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Any word on the driver? At a guess, if it has been witheld this long, we’re dealing with a terrorist. Seeing the windshield of the truck riddled with bullet holes tells me that he has been apprehended.


  118. Yoda says:

    Important news this is

    You’d think anyone watching Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters reboot would be in little doubt as to the sexual preferences of Kate McKinnon’s totally oddball, utterly irresistible enginner Jillian Holtzmann; first greeting Kristen Wiig’s Erin Gilbert with a look-up-and-down followed by the killer, “Come here often?”

    Yet, unfortunately, it doesn’t look as if Sony will be making Holtzmann a canon gay character anytime soon. When The Daily Beast’s Jen Yamato broached the subject with Feig himself, he appeared to confirm it as so with a “grinning, silent nod”; but quickly followed up with, “I hate to be coy about it. But when you’re dealing with the studios and that kind of thing… ”


  119. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am surprised that Paul Feig is available for comment.


  120. Spawny Get says:

    Paris not Nice for fireworks lorry.

    Nice driver dead.

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  121. SFC Ton says:

    I selected them all Spawny

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  122. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    While watching all the people walk away, I was struck by how many were women in groups. The same impression from the Cologne New Year event. Where are all the men? It is like they are staying home.
    Also, listening to a female reporter interview a single mother on holiday while her children were home in the UK. What gives with that?
    I would not be surprised if the casualties are predominately women.


  123. Spawny Get says:

    The lorry drove over a mile through the crowds, it seems.


  124. SFC Ton says:

    Women are happy when they are subjugated and kept in a haram
    … I heram


  125. SFC Ton says:

    Where are the men in those events? Avoiding the bullshit of big events and women in large numbers?

    Hajjis running over pedestrians already happened here in NC. Course yearly alhaakbar wasn’t proof enough it was a terrorist event


  126. Yoda says:

    A new post there is


  127. Spawny Get says:

    The media is trying hard to avoid calling it terrorism, it’s truly pathetic. This isn’t the first vehicle into crowds that I’ve heard of in France. There’s a concerted effort to avoid covering these things.

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  128. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Something tells me that Marie LePen has a very good chance in the next election and there will be a Frexit.

    Liked by 1 person

  129. SFC Ton says:

    The funny thing is the cathedral doesn’t understand why no one trusts the government or media

    Liked by 1 person

  130. Choicy says:

    I had me finger on the button to post comment on a diggere’s belief we’re in for civil disorder and riots and now there’s the news out of Nice. Is it terrorism mates or the start of the violence I was thinking? I think the violence against the ruling elite which has betrayed and ignored the people will get going before Thesera May’s term as Prime Minister of UK is up, mates.


  131. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    How did Muslims get so high on the progressive stack that they can commit mass murder and not be blamed?


  132. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am glad you are where you are and Cill too. I don’t think we’ll see an uprising though. There was one in Paris. That was relieved by the Allies. The one in Warsaw failed even though the whole Red Army was across the river. In both cases, it was provoked by Nazi occupation.


  133. Spawny Get says:

    There’s been a fair few riots lately in Europe. Berlin, Paris, Calais for a start. But the UK media basically did a news blackout during the referendum campaign. No coverage of immigrants crossing the Med either. No coverage of fires destroying intended centres for immigrants across Europe (no deaths, buildings only afaik). No coverage of Italian banks on the brink of collapse (rumours of cash machines running dry). Italian banks will take down Deutsche Bank (bigger than Lehman) which, I guess, will take out the Euro…No coverage.

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  134. Spawny Get says:

    The Red Army was stood down to allow the Poles and Germans to kill each other before the advance resumed.

    Liked by 1 person

  135. Cill says:

    “Gold and the Two Sides of Europe”

    The report left out 2 conspicuous reasons for the failure of Europe. As well as politicians, the corporate elite and financiers, there are leftists and feminists. These brought with them the facilitator without which the damage could not have happened so quickly and easily, Europe’s feminist leftist MSM. Even if there had been no EU, feminism would have wrecked Europe anyway, as it’s doing with the rest of the Western world. The EU just gave it a big helping hand along the way.

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  136. Cill says:

    I had my foregoing comment sitting on my laptop for about 30 minutes before I sent it. I’m catching up with the Nice attack now. Just come in for lunch.


  137. Spawny Get says:

    Cill etc al

    Sort comments by newest. If you can handle English humour (of course you can) the gang will bring links to you.

    Good night.

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  138. Spawny Get says:

    “France’s anti-terror unit has taken a lead in the investigation. 78 dead and 200 badly injured. Automatic weapons and grenades found-BUT THE INCIDENT IS NOT BEING DESCRIBED AS A TERROR ATTACK.”
    Beyond parody.

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  139. Yoda says:

    “Allah Ackbar” means “Understand not why I do what I do” it does


  140. SFC Ton says:

    Because they hate White men/ Western civilization Fuzzie and attack us/ it relentlessly

    Also chicks did the psycho violence and the cuks get off on the idea of their women being raped

    And they make handy foot soldiers for the (((eskimos))), much more so then other versions of diversity


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