Jealousy Unleashed


From Life at the Bottom by Theodore Dalrymple

Today’s disastrous insouciance about so serious a matter as the relationship between the sexes is surely something new in history: even 30 years ago, people showed vastly more circumspection in the formation of liaisons than they do now. The change represents, of course, the fulfillment of the sexual revolution. The prophets of that revolution wished to empty the relationship between the sexes of all moral significance and to destroy the customs and institutions that governed it. The entomologist Alfred Kinsey reacted against his own repressed and puritanical upbringing by concluding that all forms of sexual restraint were unjustified and psychologically harmful; the novelist Norman Mailer, having taken racial stereotypes as seriously as any Ku Klux Klansman, saw in the supposedly uninhibited sexuality of the Negro the hope of the world for a more abundant and richer life; the Cambridge social anthropologist Edmund Leach informed the thinking British public over the radio that the nuclear family was responsible for all human discontents (this, in the century of Hitler and Stalin!); and the psychiatrist R. D. Laing blamed the family structure for serious mental illness.

All these enthusiasts believed that if sexual relations could be liberated from artificial social inhibitions and legal restrictions, something beautiful would emerge: a life in which no desire need be frustrated, a life in which human pettiness would melt away like snow in spring. Conflict and inequality between the sexes would likewise disappear, because everyone would get what he or she wanted, when and where he or she wanted it. The grounds for such petty bourgeois emotions as jealousy and envy would vanish: in a world of perfect fulfillment, each person would be as happy as the next.

The program of the sexual revolutionaries has more or less been carried out, especially in the lower reaches of society, but the results have been vastly different from those so foolishly anticipated. The revolution foundered on the rock of unacknowledged reality: that women are more vulnerable to abuse than men by virtue of their biology alone, and that the desire for the exclusive sexual possession of another has remained just as strong as ever. This desire is incompatible, of course, with the equally powerful desire—eternal in the human breast but hitherto controlled by social and legal inhibitions—for complete sexual freedom. Because of these biological and psychological realities, the harvest of the sexual revolution has not been a brave new world of human happiness but rather an enormous increase in violence between the sexes, for readily understandable reasons.

And there is very good reason why such violence should have increased under the new sexual dispensation. If people demand sexual liberty for themselves, but sexual fidelity from others, the result is the inflammation of jealousy, for it is natural to suppose that one is being done by as one is doing to others—and jealousy is the most frequent precipitant of violence between the sexes.

Here is something that is with us forever.  It will never go away.  This problem is behind lots of the rules that were put in place, the rules that have been loosened.  What we see above is due to this weakening.  It is not a pretty sight.  One perhaps should consider the morality of these changes.

Maybe if people are disciplined, this unfettered sexual freedom could kind of work.  Or if one is rich and/or powerful, one could maybe fix some of the resulting issues.  Still there is the matter of the children.  Do they factor into the equation anywhere?

So read it and weep; let us by all means have our demons fight each other for supremacy.

Posted in FarmBoy, Hypergamy, Lies, Trainwreck
189 comments on “Jealousy Unleashed
  1. Yoda says:

    What morality have to do with it it does?


  2. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    There will be no putting this genie back in the bottle. Women like having their sexuality unchecked and so do alpha cads. The remaining men are outvoted.


  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda, that sounds like a Tina Turner song, “What’s Love Got to do with It?” But, to answer your question, morality is for betas.


  4. Yoda says:

    Women all for the children say they do.
    Apparently not true this is

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  5. Yoda says:

    For Feminists the main proponents behind sexual freedom they were

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  6. Yoda says:

    Wonder why we never about the good aspects of jealousy I do


  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “For Feminists the main proponents behind sexual freedom they were.”
    And did they ever sell us a lame horse.

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  8. FNU MNU LNU says:

    “To lose is to win. And he who wins shall lose!” – Rassilon. -5,876,456 B.C.


  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    i saw that last night. That company has gone downhill since she took over. I am surprised that the mainstream news picked this up.

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  10. Yoda says:

    Unlike possibly every other person in history, US tourist Kristin Lajeunesse was startled by the sight of sheep … in New Zealand.

    As she ventured outside, she was caught off guard by a truck filled with live sheep.

    “I’m sorry,” she said to the sheep. “I just feel so helpless …”

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  11. Ame says:

    Wintery Knight commented in the link:

    “This is something I run into myself. I think that young people today prefer moral relativists as mates, because they are afraid of being judged and rejected by people who are too serious about religion and morality. The problem is that if you choose someone who doesn’t take religion and morality seriously, then you can’t rely on them to behave morally and exercise spiritual leadership when raising children. And being sexually involved with someone who doesn’t take morality seriously causes a lot of damage.”

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  12. SFC Ton says:

    Of course the MSN hasn’t picked up the story

    The media is there to support the narrative, not report news

    And that’s been true since the Vietnam War, with Walter Cronkite declaring the war was lost while reporting on the Tet offensive when in reality the NVA was beaten and broken after finally engaging in battles of attrition

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  13. Ame says:

    another quote from the link … this one from Theodore Dalrymple:

    “All the more surprising is it to me, therefore, that the nurses perceive things differently. They do not see a man’s violence in his face, his gestures, his deportment, and his bodily adornments, even though they have the same experience of the patients as I. They hear the same stories, they see the same signs, but they do not make the same judgments. What’s more, they seem never to learn; for experience—like chance, in the famous dictum of Louis Pasteur—favors only the mind prepared. And when I guess at a glance that a man is an inveterate wife beater (I use the term “wife” loosely), they are appalled at the harshness of my judgment, even when it proves right once more.”

    – – – – –

    i’ve been asked quite a few times if i *knew* my ex was abusive when i married him. sigh. he already was in some mild ways, but i could not see it or recognize the depth of it because (1) he was so much like my dad that i didn’t know any different but different enough from my dad in other ways that i thought he was different in *all* ways … and (2) i think, as a woman, i cannot see in a man what another man can see.

    the quote continues with Dalrymple explaining this, and he ends by saying, “that would have led me to that conclusion. So their blindness is willful.”

    a few paragraphs up he writes, “a likely enough consequence, incidentally, of their failure of discernment.”

    their failure of discernment … even though they can technically list the characteristics of an abuser, they cannot make the objective, logical, connection between the list and the person. her emotions get in the way.

    further proof that we women need men to protect us.

    unfortunately … the one who recognized *who* my ex was before we married? my abusive dad. but how was i, as a young 20 year old, to trust a man for whom i had no respect who i knew was abusive over a man who had not yet shown all his cards? ugh.

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  14. 50 shades of grey outsells Harry Potter and they are worried about what T said?

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Someone should have told her that the sheep were going on vacation.
    I hink the Bahamas has a similar program for pigs. She should have sen this video.

    I think Twitter went to far with Donald Trump.

    You are so ontray that you have contradicted yourself. The link for that story is from the the San Jose Mercury. A long established newspaper. It was your link.
    Walter Cronkite was not the only one taken in by Tet. Now, I have to ask, where were you in 1968? It is one thing to live through it and another to judge with the benefit of hindsight.


  16. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This is getting out of control. North Carolina State has installed surveillence cameras in fraternity and sorority houses.


  17. FNU MNU LNU says:

    Fuckin A !

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  18. Yoda says:

    A group of Claremont College students hosted an event where they discussed why masculinity is triggering and “toxic.”

    The event, “Masculinity + Mental Health,” was organized by a group of women called “Thrive,” who aim to provide a “safe space” for students to discuss mental health, Steven Glick of The Claremont Independent wrote.


  19. Farm Boy says:

    And there we have it in a nutshell. “Afflict the comfortable and comfort the afflicted.” That phrase, it should be pointed out, is not what “they” say it’s a journalist’s duty to do. That phrase was satirical, uttered by the fictional Irish bartender “Mr. Dooley,” the 1893 creation of Chicago Evening Post humorist Finley Peter Dunne. It was not intended to be taken seriously.


  20. Farm Boy says:

    Former Washington state NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal, who was criticized last year for passing herself off as black, has been tapped to speak at a North Carolina Martin Luther King Day celebration in January.

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  21. Farm Boy says:

    What is the best way to combat sexual partner jealousy?


  22. Spawny Get says:

    BTW the Daily Mail (US) is informing us that Trump is going to have to drop out over…well, being a cis het male, I guess.

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  23. Spawny Get says:


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  24. Spawny Get says:

    Our leftoids just use a coin
    heads – Thatcher did it (actually ‘Fatcha did it’, I’m translating for you)
    tails – its [sic] tory cuts wot dun it

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  25. mgtowhorseman says:


    She needs to be riding a motorcycle or a Percheron lighting a cigar for him. We can open our own beers.

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  26. mgtowhorseman says:

    Pumpkins are misogynist. A peer reviewed academic article. I shit you not. Wente has a field day on gender study SJWs. She aint no Judgybitch but she is in our national newspaper.

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  27. Yoda says:

    Pumpkins are misogynist

    Kinda look like Trump pumpkins do.
    So make the association they can.
    About as clever as they get this is

    Liked by 1 person

  28. Spawny Get says:

    More fearsome than Krav-Maga? Most likely…yes
    Llap Goch being, obviously, the ancient Welsh form of self-defence fighting…apparently


  29. Spawny Get says:

    “What is the best way to combat sexual partner jealousy?”
    Not tell the wife about the girlfriend and vice-versa

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  30. Spawny Get says:

    Parking this here for later

    Liked by 1 person

  31. Yoda says:

    Probably Bill Clinton said something similar to Trump sometime in his life he did


  32. Yoda says:

    This brophobia is now so rampant, casual, and unchecked on our college campuses that it is becoming—what’s the word I’m looking for?—oh, yes, it’s becoming “systemic.” The practice of demonizing men for their gender identity is being institutionalized. The group’s Facebook page described its agenda this way: “Masculinity can be extremely toxic to our mental health, both to the people who are pressured to perform it and the people who are inevitably influenced by it.” A man who attended the event—it’s a little unclear from the reporting whether he was the only one—told the Claremont Independent “that there was ‘a common consensus that masculinity is harmful both to those who express it and those affected by it’ among attendees.”


  33. Spawny Get says:

    Christmas is coming, after all

    Liked by 1 person

  34. Spawny Get says:

    “Masculinity can be extremely toxic to our mental health

    Just an amateur opinion, but I think that it’s a little late to be worried for your mental health

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Spawny Get says:

    In the spirit of Brexit and Potus Trump

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  36. mgtowhorseman says:

    So all the girls enrolled at Duke will never get laid by any Duke guys. Either out of fear of accusation or disgust at this crap. Frees them to follow the feminist dream of exploring their lesbian tendencies.

    In other news

    The brave new world continues.

    As Cappy says
    you cant compete with government
    women want Corporate America
    So drop out, give em both and see how long they last.

    oh. p.s. 74 million boomers in latest US Census. Say a quarter of them on social security at say 500 per month, round to 6000 per year each.
    Tab of 111 Trillion dollars. Each year!! In taxes!!

    Good luck ladies…math is hard.

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  37. Spawny Get says:

    ‘Two engines followed closely by an airplane’ ‘Whispering Death’

    The Beaufighter

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  38. Farm Boy says:

    Evil Hurricane as seen on Twitter,

    The death toll in Haiti from Hurricane Matthew is 339. That’s what environmental racism looks like. #BlackLivesMatter
    — Aura Bogado (@aurabogado) October 7, 2016

    But Bogado’s not the only one who sees something racist about Hurricane Matt. Apparently he can be anthropomorphized into a rapey racist frat bro.

    Iliza ✔ @iliza
    Hurricane Matt sounds like a name you have your drunk Sigma Chi boyfriend freshman year when he would get drunk and aggressive and racist.

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  39. SFC Ton says:

    Trust me the girls at Duke are fucking 90% of the men attedning Duke.

    At least 90% of Duke dudes love cock. Hell I’ll say they all do but 10% of them are still in the closet so fake being into chicks just enough to get by

    Its not that hard to get laid so you can indeed compete against the government. Has to be asymmetrical in nature and not as a beta provider, which has always been weak sauce


  40. Farm Boy says:

    Clinton campaign research director Tony Carrk was so worried about the political impact if the speeches ever came out that he sent campaign chairman John Podesta and other aides possible damaging headlines.



  41. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Ever since you observed that Trigglypuff flapping her arms was enough to propel her in flight this video has never ceased to make me feel better.

    Ah, a world safe from the depredations of Trigglypuff. 🙂

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  42. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A new tactic in Tarn bait.


  43. Spawny Get says:

    I just watched a great film. The Big Short. Would definitely recommend it.Entertaining and piss boiling at the same time. 5 trillion dollars ‘disappeared’

    I watched Margin Call last week. Also a good film.

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  44. Spawny Get says:

    Nutflicks for the win.


  45. The whole idea that men and women could be sexually liberated without need for possession or ownership was unrealistic. Jealousy is not an emotion I see going away. Every couple I know who tried to do the open relationship thing thought they could handle it going in, but all crashed and burned. Even those who had discussed and agreed extensively beforehand could not control the powerful emotions that came out once the Open relationships began.

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  46. Yoda says:

    Every couple I know who tried to do the open relationship thing thought they could handle it going in, but all crashed and burned.

    Perhaps write a post about this you should


  47. SFC Ton says:

    Wait a minute… what sort of weirdos do you know that you know one couple let alone couples, pural, that tried the open relationship thing?

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  48. I don’t know why but about 9 years ago suddenly it seemed like several married couples I knew but who didnt know each other all tried it around the same time. Maybe it was a “thing” at the time or in a movie or something? Not sure… I should write a post about it! They were “normal” couples who it seemed like they maybe were getting bored, tried to spice it up, then it backfired. They just could not predict the emotions ahead of time…

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  49. Like for example ton, sounds like you and the girls all started put actually seeking a poly lifestyle. Plus it was different, it doesn’t sound like your gals are free to date other men, right? In many of the couples I saw it was the girl being unfaithful that was the thing nobody could cope with. Makes sense considering getting clucked, etc. where multiple wives has been throughout cultures but never that I know of multiple husbands…

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  50. SFC Ton says:

    The Girls are property and have no rights 😉

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  51. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    More Tarn bait.


  52. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    When I was on OkCupid, I did have one that wanted a poly relatiohnship. I turned it down because I wanted exclusive and don’t want to share.


  53. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    More bait.

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  54. Lol Ton I am not sure I understand what that means but I am not sure I want to to explain it further, either!

    The most disastrous open relationship experiment was my neighbors Hercules and Vixen. It’s a long story but the most disastrous part was when they and another couple decided to wife swap, and maybe to keep things “open” they were all in the same room. The other guy gave Voxen a real pounding while Hercules popped off early. I guess he could not get the image of another guy banging her out of his mind and had lots of issues w impotence w her after that (but not w other women.) worse the other gal got pregnant, had a son, paternity unclear. They moved away shortly after. It was an absolute train wreck.

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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You’ll never run out of stories with Hercules and Vixen for neighbors.


  56. Yoda says:

    I find this reaction to Trump’s private conversation rather ironic. It’s ironic coming from a secular culture that long ago declared objective morality dead. It’s ironic coming from politicos and media bottom-feeders who defended the abusive and disgusting behavior of Bill Clinton, not when he was a private citizen but when he was a sitting president.

    It’s ironic coming from a Republican political elite that has told its religious base that social and moral issues don’t matter in politics. “It’s all about the economy, stupid. Leave your morals in the church but don’t voice them in the public square.”

    The creep of moral relativism in America has been steady for many decades, increasing in speed to the point that the “slouching toward Gomorrah” has become a sprint. The notion that there is objective truth or absolute morality has been universally panned to the point that everything is tolerated except standards of right and wrong. “Everyone decides for himself what is right, especially when it comes to sex” is the mantra of today’s culture.

    For years, Christians in particular have been attacked and silenced as they’ve tried to challenge the immorality that is pervasive in today’s society. When they tell people casual sex is wrong, they get the inevitable, “You have no right to tell me what I can or can’t do.” If they oppose sexual immorality in any form, including adultery, they’re maligned as sanctimonious puritans by lovers of libertinism.

    How ironic, then, that a culture which rejects moral standards has suddenly become so pure and pristine, sitting in judgment of someone they deem too immoral to become president because of something he said in private. As a logical person, I have to ask these paragons of newly found virtue where this standard by which they’ve judged Trump is found.

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  57. Yoda says:

    We Trump haters on the right are another story.) But why? Consider Trump himself. Here’s a man who’s famous for his wide-ranging sex life, his disdain for conventional marriage, his eager embrace of divorce, his public use of profanity, his non-judgmental attitude toward unconventional sexual minorities—a man whose way of life seems unrestrained by religious impulses of any kind—a man who, in short, is a walking summation of our present-day cultural principles. Yet on each of these scores, from his many marriages to his cursing in public, he is vilified by journalists, politicos, TV starlets, right thinkers of every kind. After years of egging on potty-mouthed rappers and scolding religious believers, our cultural guardians suddenly sound like the General Conference of Methodist Bishops circa 1922.

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  58. Yoda says:

    OK on British TV it is

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  59. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I do believe that they are condemning Trump on this because they have nothing better. Appearantly, none of them have been in boys’ locker rooms in high school.
    Deleted any emails recently, Hillary?

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  60. Spawny Get says:

    CNN those gimps are wetter than an otter’s pocket…Or pussy if you prefer.

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  61. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I miss Liz. Since none of my Tarn bait is working, Liz bait will do as well.

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  62. Ame says:

    Spawny – Margin Call is a good movie. my husband and i are about 3/4 way through The Big Short (will finish tomorrow); that is really good, too.

    my first husband had an mba in finance and worked in investments – he understood all that stuff. i never could *get* it, but i can follow the movies. anyway … he would tell me all.the.time … “It’s all how you manipulate the numbers.” and he was brilliant at manipulating numbers. which is why i take statistics with a grain of salt … b/c he would also say, “It’s all how you ask the question. You can prove whatever you want to prove by how you ask the question and how you manipulate the numbers.” he was freakin brilliant with all this stuff … like The Ton with women 😉

    anyway … a clip for you men out here from The Big Short:

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  63. Ame says:

    and another scene from The Big Short for The Mighty Sumo:

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  64. Ame says:

    Bloom –

    the only ‘open relationship’ i know of is my brother and his wife. it works for them, but it started out that way. i’m not sure all the stuff they’re into … they’ve eluded to a lot of funky/kinky stuff, but i’ve asked very few direct questions cause i’m not sure i want to know the direct answers.

    however … they are loyal to each other.

    i don’t even pretend to understand it all.

    – – – – –

    Ton … girls are property! bwahahahaha! i guess with that kind of investment, it’s not all about “Location Location Location” so much as … well, i’m not even going there!

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  65. Yoda says:

    Tarn and Liz bait

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  66. SFC Ton says:

    They aren’t pissed because Trump said pussy

    They are pissed because he is correct about women loving overt displays of sexual aggression from high value men.

    Pussies and women both hate it when you demonstrate how secretively feral and submissive most women are. After all there is a reason 50 shades of grey sold so many copies and it ain’t because women and sugar, spice and everything nice

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  67. Spawny Get says:

    [this comment got caught up and delayed behind Ton’s]

    Any local opinion on how much the Trump tape matters?
    Is it his Jo Cox moment? Something that had nothing to do with the brexit politics, but I was worried that a sufficient number of mongs might be swayed by the badfeelz from the meedja lies.

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  68. Yoda says:

    In the past week:

    – Justice drops the case against a gunrunner from Hillary’s Libya fiasco whose testimony would certainly have harmed Obama and Hillary.

    – Evidence surfaced that the White House participated in the cover-up of Hillary’s violation of national security laws with her private server even though they said they absolutely knew nothing about the server and would not interfere with an investigation.

    – We have learned more this week about how the investigation of Hillary by the Justice Department and FBI was a pure sham as they gave immunity to so many, took so much stuff off limits, and even carried out the destruction of evidence. The email investigation was pretend, just like the IRS investigation and any supposed investigation of the Clinton Foundation. It is clear that the White House, Justice Department, State Department, and IRS are working specifically to protect Obama and Hillary instead of working for the American people.

    – Aleppo and Syria are deteriorating rapidly despite Obama and Kerry being extremely tough and telling Russia and Assad to stop it.

    – Obama partially blamed the Civil War in Syria on a drought he says was caused by humans. That is one of the most ignorant statements ever. The war is because Assad is a tyrant, and the Mideast is essentially a desert that has had continued droughts for millennia.

    – An NBC News man topped Obama’s stupidity by saying the worthless Paris climate agreement would stop hurricanes.

    – Obamacare is collapsing rapidly. The multiple lies to pass the law are more obvious every day. The law is greatly harming the middle class and small employers and reducing the potential for full-time jobs.

    – An NSA contractor who committed the same crime as Hillary by keeping classified documents at home on several nonsecure devices is under arrest. Why isn’t Hillary?

    The media, of course, don’t focus on any of these things. Instead they trot out a tape of Trump talking dirty about women eleven years ago.

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  69. BuenaVista says:

    Probably improves his chances:

    He’ll need to retain key surrogates to punch down on the Empress Dowager of Chappaqua.

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  70. BuenaVista says:

    Someone like Giuliani or Christie to explain 50,000 times this month that if one of us did what she did thousands of times, we’d be in 11worth.

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  71. FNU MNU LNU says:

    Silly creature of unknown species… when are you going to realize that facts and the truth don’t matter to them? All they care about is their agenda, and retaining power and authority at all costs.

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    In those speeches — which were a major point of contention between Clinton and primary challenger Bernie Sanders — Clinton allegedly says she supports “open borders” and muses about how she is “far removed” from the struggles of ordinary Americans.

    “The truth that has been exposed here is that the persona Hillary Clinton has adopted for her campaign is a complete and utter fraud,” Priebus said in a statement. “How can Bernie Sanders and many like-minded Democrats continue to support her candidacy in light of these revelations?”

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  73. Yoda says:

    They are pissed because he is correct about women loving overt displays of sexual aggression from high value men.

    The Ton correct he is.
    Write a post on his blog about it he should

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  74. FNU MNU LNU says:

    They hate being outed for what they really are, and what they really like.

    And it’s not just from “high value men”. That’s why so many females hook up with losers who have a bit of game.

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  75. SFC Ton says:

    About the video, Trump said see you at the debates

    He is eager for the fight. That will motivate the Trump troops. Those who say they won’t vote for him now we’re likly never planing top

    Look, Trump is not the Republican candidate. Read that agin, let it sink in. Trump is the populist candidate. He ran as a Republican because he knew his populist platform would be a better sell in the Republican primaries. He would have ran as a Democrat if he thought that was his best chance

    Plus Trump never made the claim to be the family values guy, and everyone knew any Trump scandals would center on hot bitches

    The Republican establishment is looking for reasons to ditch Trump. Everyone knows he is not a Republican; even if it’s only at the gut level so I don’t see this as some sort of kiss o death for Trump.

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  76. SFC Ton says:

    “Losers” with Game are high value to women

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  77. FNU MNU LNU says:

    Another thing they hate to admit! And heaven forbid anyone else say it.

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  78. SFC Ton says:

    Lots of men struggle in the SMP because they cannot wrap their heads around the idea men value men differently then women value men. In fact how men and women value the oppiste sex is 180 degrees out of phase

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  79. mgtowhorseman says:

    Ton for the win! Again.

    Men value in other men honour, hard work, courage, integrity.

    So that when you are up to the knees in barbarian blood your fellow man guards your flank while you take care of the assholes to the front.

    Or to raise your new barn 30 of your neighbors come to do it in a day instead of the year it would take you. Then you help with his on Tuesday.

    Women want excitement, unpredictability and ruthless action to give them tingles.

    Because it contrasts their own inability to act that makes their lives dull.

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  80. FNU MNU LNU says:

    Yeah, the false narrative really has messed things up between men and women.

    Every time I’ve tried started off being “nice”, things have gone to shit real fast. However, be a little aggressive and jerky from the start, and they chase after you.

    The times I just went right to asking if they were DTF, always seemed to work.

    Kinda sad actually…

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  81. BuenaVista says:

    A common error of men who cannot compete with men is that they seek some form of “compensation” from women because they’re such a nice guy and all That works really well, doesn’t it?


    I’ve only shared a woman with a man once, but she was married and she convinced me that it was a dead bedroom situation. (As Scott Adams notes, we act on feeling, and then pretend to justify those actions with a veneer of logical talk.) Still, even that proved unworkable; I didn’t like taking all communications security precautions, the long droughts when the heat was on her, on top of the small matter of it being a mortal sin. I certainly wasn’t jealous of him, though. He hid in his office once when I went to see him, the putz.

    Mrs. Smith liked to have the occasional slumber party, but only with one of her girlfriends. She was raised a Mormon, so we pretended she was choosing a junior sister-bride for the evening, and I a Mormon patriarch who had to be up for the choice (no fatties please). Capt. Delta and I had a months-long affair (it wasn’t a three-way hookup, it was a true affair, we even traveled together) with a triathlete friend of hers, but it broke apart because the triathlete was mainly into Capt Delta and Capt Delta was mainly into me, and I didn’t like doing the triathlete once I realized she was mostly a lez and …

    Anyway, I’ve never been a jealous person. It could be delusion, but I’ve just never been jealous, even when I discovered my ex-‘s infidelity. (I just assumed, after 20+ years, she’d be back for the A-game and the family. Haha, the blue pill and its evil ways.)

    Marriage was my preferred situation; now that that’s unworkable, it’s evenings alone or serial monogamy. It shocked me the other night, as it has a few times with other women, to see the reaction of Pharmacy Girl when I said, “Nah, I don’t do hookups or casual.”

    I guess I think jealousy is often the function of a passive-aggressive who won’t articulate his requirements and act on them.

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  82. Yoda says:

    Twitter Inc., struggling to find new users, will need to rely more heavily on its live video streaming strategy after top potential bidders were said to have lost interest in making offers amid pressure from their investors

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  83. SFC Ton says:

    Women are heard creatures and they survive by ruthlessly sacrificing herd members. The old, slow, sick, weak and the young (socially unpopular etc)

    Men are packed animals and live and die as a group, with the best chance of surrival being keep the pack intact. So they fight as a group, run away from a fight as a group etc. If just one runs away and the rest stay, the pack dies, the runner lives. When the pack needs a sacrifice play, one of the pack steps forward so the others may live. The opposite of the herd

    And that boys and girls drives more of the SMP behavior then most folks want to consider

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  84. Yoda says:

    Women are heard creatures

    True this is.

    Except when there you are not


  85. BuenaVista says:

    Pack behavior seems to require fighting, even sacrificial, leadership. Custer’s effectiveness in direct action, or David Hackworth’s, would seem to relate to this. Certainly in intelligence and risk environments, no one wants to work for an office jockey.


  86. Yoda says:

    Was the video worse? Maybe. Why? Because . . . women. That is, Trump crudely trespassed against a protected species. The reaction would have been similar though, given the hierarchy of protected species, probably not quite so severe, had he said something equally crude about blacks.

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  87. Spawny Get says:

    The Red Pill sets out to explore the men’s rights movement through interviews with MRA leaders like Paul Elam, feminists that oppose the movement, video footage of events and graphics and animations highlighting particular issues. Although many were skeptical of Jaye’s ability to fairly represent men’s rights activists, she has, I think, succeeded.

    My chief complaint about The Red Pill is that almost all of the men’s rights activists interviewed are older men. The casual viewer might come away thinking that MRAs are all middle-aged. Why is there almost no representation of younger men, who face their own unique challenges?

    I’d love to have seen Jaye interview a man kicked out of a school by a kangaroo court because a female student regretted a consensual sexual encounter. As readers of my work will know, I’ve chronicled the increasing problems faced by younger men in pieces like the Sexodus.

    The film includes an interview with the infamous “Big Red,” an angry Canadian feminist notable primarily for looking like the love child of a bad Canadian Michael Jackson impersonator and Elmo from Sesame Street. I would have thought it a good opportunity to counterpoint her with a young MRA.

    But my gripes are minor. The Red Pill is a powerful film on a complicated, important, yet woefully unaddressed issue. I applaud Jaye for having the intestinal fortitude to not only tackle this subject, but to do so fairly. After all, it would have been much easier to produce a documentary on how wonderful feminism is and how stunningly brave Emma Watson is for fighting the horrors of being called bossy as a child.

    I’m not going to give away any more of The Red Pill because you need to watch it yourself. I will point out my favorite part, which is Karen Straughan blowing feminism out of the room by illustrating the horrors of Boko Haram before “Bring back our girls” became a liberal clarion call.

    I found it delightful that Karen was interviewed in a noisy bar: talk about a perfect setting. I can tell you this — everyone concerned about men’s rights should thank God that Karen Straughan is on your side.

    There is another theme teased out by The Red Pill, which is that feminists will always, always try to shut down those who disagree with them. Two interviewees describe this explicitly: Erin Pizzey, who opened shelters for both men and women, is not welcome at the very shelters she founded, because her views are not politically correct.

    Warren Farrell describes a similar experience: as his interests changed from women’s rights to men’s rights, his speaking engagements and other projects simply dried up.

    Jaye is herself an example of this phenomenon. The picture was almost not made due to lack of funding. It was only after I covered Jaye here at Breitbart that it was funded well above its target. I am pleased to report that Milo fans, Mike Cernovich and the wider men’s rights movement did not fund the project in vain.

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  88. Spawny Get says:

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  89. Farm Boy says:

    Student leaders of this year’s freshman orientation at James Madison University were given a list of 35 things they should avoid saying, including phrases such as “you have such a pretty face,” “love the sinner, hate the sin,” “we’re all part of the human race,” “I treat all people the same,” “it was only a joke,” “I never owned slaves,” and “people just need to pick themselves up by their bootstraps,” among other expressions.

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  90. Spawny Get says:

    Do you think that we’d solve anything to start claiming to be a new gender; Differently Realitied. Any gotcha question can just be sidestepped with, “I’m not from your reality. My reality shares so little with yours that I feel unable to speak upon your issues”


  91. SFC Ton says:

    Pack behaviour is about surviving a fight

    It’s about a handful of men trying to kill a mastodon and survive

    It’s about a handful of men standing in a shield wall, trying to kill and survive

    It’s about a group of men trying to move something heavy with wood, rope, pulleys and lever where if one man let’s go, 5 men get squashed

    It’s about a group of men fighting the sea, wind and rain on a wooden, sail driven ship

    Or a pack of men trying to push a herd of cattle across a river

    Women are designed to compete against each other for the apex alphas

    Men are designed to corporate and compete against the rest of the world for their surrival, and the surrival of their women, childern, elderly and sick. When men fail to survive and win, women just go fuck another group of men who did survive and win.

    Men were designed to fight as unit against men and nature. Civilization means no more fights and the soul of men wither and die. Which is why I amean not all spun up about saving civilization. It’s the killer of men’s souls.

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  92. Yoda says:

    Men were designed to fight as unit against men and nature.

    A coincidence this is.
    The post in three hours touches on this it does

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  93. Spawny Get says:

    Shocking cultural appropriation their by Kursten

    Allegedly ‘Turning Japanese’ is a euphemism for having a J Arthur. I’ve heard the song over the decades, but only learnt that today…#ShelteredLife

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  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I get the feeling that Trump is going to turn the tables on all who condemned him for locker room talk. Is this all Hillary’s people can find?

    As for Hillary, I can’t remember the exact terms for a government that allows the elite to circumvent the law while punishing normal people with full vigoe. While there are examples of this operating, I can’t think of any off the top of my head that overtly allow it.

    I dearly hope that Milo Yiannopolis is making a fortune shorting Twitter.

    In not including the perils tha young men face in college, has Cassie Jaye left the door open to a sequel? All she has to do is read a few of Ashe Schow’s posts to get started.

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  95. Yoda says:

    It’s about a handful of men trying to kill a mastodon and survive

    “Mastadon” metaphor for Hillary it is?


  96. SFC Ton says:

    What’s a metaphor?

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  97. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The only thing that comes to mind is Old English law. If you killed someone and you were rich, you had the option of paying the “blood price”. However, uhnder the law, your status did not give you immunity.


  98. Yoda says:

    Metaphor looks like this it does

    A pretty sight it is not

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  99. Yoda says:

    Hopefully metaphors soon abolished they will be

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  100. Yoda says:

    And did they ever sell us a lame horse.

    Haven’t elected Hillary yet we have

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  101. Spawny Get says:

    “What’s a metaphor?” It’s like…

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  102. Yoda says:

    As these internal documents demonstrate, a central component of the Clinton campaign strategy is ensuring that journalists they believe favorable to Clinton are tasked to report the stories which the campaign wants circulated.

    At times, Clinton’s campaign staff not only internally drafted the stories they wanted published but even specified what should be quoted “on background” and what should be described as “on the record.”

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  103. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This is very different from what Richard Nixon got from Dan Rather.


  104. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Another attempt at Tarn bait. This is the worst I have seen. It makes Plan 9 from Outer Space look like it deserves an Academy Award. 😉


  105. SFC Ton says:

    Well lords etc had blood prices as well, but we’re set much higher

    Was based on the idea if you killed a farmer only his family suffered and needed compensation where killing a chief made the whole clan suffer from the loss of leadership and stability


  106. Yoda says:

    A new post there is


  107. FNU MNU LNU says:

    So it’s ok to kill unborn babies in the womb, but somehow saying that you’d “grab their pussy” is bad.


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  108. Yoda says:


    Need to get with the program you do.
    Think you should not.
    Let the smart people do that for you you should

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  109. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    That video needs subtitles. Had it ben released that way in 1977, it would not have been a success.

    What I think it is all about is masking the fact that women will throw themselves at the feet of the rich and powerful. As if that weren’t aready widely known. Yet, they want to maintain the illusion.

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  110. Ame says:

    assuming you were serious … a metaphor compares two things without using the words ‘like’ or ‘as’ … while a *simile* compares two things using the words ‘like’ or ‘as.’

    for example … a metaphor would be: The Ton is a Rock.
    a simile would be: The Ton is *like* a Rock. … or … People see Ton *as* a Rock.

    or … metaphor: “Women are property.
    simile: Women are *like* property. … I think of women *as* property.

    or … enjoy this video 😉

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  111. mgtowhorseman says:


    What modern endevours require men to act as a unit he ce the rise of Pajama Boy.

    Work an aircraft ramp in -35 at night in a blizzard.
    Best time of my life. Each man had to watch the others for moving equipment, engine starts, hell hypothermia.
    And even on a slow night we humped it for bragging rights on turning a bird fastest.

    All thats left is pickup street sports (leagues are pussified) bushcraft and some real jobs like farming.

    Needed a new farmer to cut my hay as my old neighbor sold his equipment. 20 offers on kijiji. Older guy came over. talked straight. We shook on it. two days later me, manchild, him and his 70 year old father out in 35 degree heat for four days cutting, baling, stacking.
    Strange men working together, swearing, joking.
    Then we loaded his wagons with his share of the crop and he left with a handshake and thanks.
    Likely never see him again.

    Only in farm country. Only in old school men.
    Its sad its dying out.

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  112. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I hope that you see him agian next year. That sounds like a good gig. No muss, no fuss.

    If teachers looked like that in high school, the boys wouldn’t learn much. 🙂

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  113. SFC Ton says:

    Metaphor vs simile is just fucking stupid serving no useful purpose.

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  114. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    There is real fallout. NBC suspende Billy Bush for his part in that eleven year old tape.


  115. Spawny Get says:

    Ame, shame! Trudy was doing really well until she did the Palin thing. I haven’t got an opinion on Palin one way or the other, but why drag her in? A bit of leftoid virtue signaling.


  116. Spawny Get says:

    Hopefully Billy was involved in the leak and will serve as a premium example of those serving the Clintons being thrown under the Clinton bus, driven by the Clintons, by the Clintons.

    If not? Shame, I guess, but I doubt that he’ll starve

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  117. Spawny Get says:

    You can play with our nice things during these interesting times…but he’s ours and we will want him back.

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  118. Spawny Get says:

    BTW I hear that al-ja-Beeba is not making a big deal about the debate (as they were, in spades, over the 11 year old tape)…so they clearly reckon that Trump won it. #FUBBC

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  119. Spawny Get says:


  120. Spawny Get says:


  121. Spawny Get says:

    So just how badly is the Labour party doing under Corbyn the £3 tramp?
    Includes boundary changes (reduction in the number of seats overall), based on the latest polling

    This prediction is just 5 years on from the white knuckle ride where the Cameroid scraped a surprise slim majority against this guy – Red Ed Miliband

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  122. Yoda says:

    And the same word-blind stupidity is spreading to our armed forces. As of last week, the U.S. Navy is dropping all job titles that include the word “man.” A chief yeoman will become just a chief. “Fire Controlmen” will become nondescript “Petty Officers.” To avoid insult, “sailors will no longer be identified by their job title,” says the Navy Times; the titles “airman, fireman, constructionman and hospitalman” will be “replaced by job codes”; “B320” or “B450” or some other colorless non-word.

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  123. Farm Boy says:

    Donald Trump issued an unmistakable threat to Hillary Clinton Sunday night: I am willing to cross any line to make the next 30 days of your life hell.

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  124. Spawny Get says:

    “Donald Trump issued an unmistakable threat to Hillary Clinton Sunday night: I am willing to cross any line to make the next 30 days of your life hell.”

    Did he do this, in reality, either figuratively or literally…or did they just make this shit up too, because they haven’t got a big enough mound of lies and bullshit?

    I mean the tip’s outside the atmosphere already, but you know…still room on top

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  125. Farm Boy says:

    Now why might it be that men regard women as sex objects? Surely the ravenous purchase by females of stiletto heels, push-up bras, butt-hugging mini-skirts, plunging necklines, false eyelashes, hair extensions, breast implants, butt implants, lip implants, and mascara, rouge, and lipstick to the tune of billions a year has nothing to do with it. Females would never ever exploit their sexuality to seek attention from men. Bush and Trump, driving to the set of Days of Our Lives on a studio bus, comment on the legs of actress Arianne Zucker who is coming to meet them: “Oh, nice legs, huh?” Trump says. “Your girl’s hot as shit, in the purple,” Bush says. How surprising that Trump and Bush noticed Zucker’s legs! As documented in the video, she is wearing a skimpy purple dress, with an extremely short hem cut on the bias, a low neckline and fully exposed back. She is in high heels to accentuate her bare legs. The ratio of exposed skin between Zucker, on the one hand, and Trump and Bush, on the other, is perhaps 100 to one. But all that bare flesh must simply be because Zucker has a high metabolism and gets exceedingly warm; she would never want to broadcast her sexuality to men or have men notice her. The fact that she swishes her hips when she walks must just be a quirk of anatomy

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  126. Farm Boy says:

    Twitter Inc’s (TWTR.N) shares slumped more than 13 percent in early trading on Monday after a weekend Bloomberg report that top potential bidders, including Inc (CRM.N), had lost interest in making a bid for the company.

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  127. Spawny Get says:

    Also ‘city-journal’…what else do they bring to the table that I value?

    I like sex very much but I doubt there are many women I enjoy banter over politics’n’shit with within a reasonable number of miles. To be fair, that’s true of men too. That’s why I love the internet, I can meet guys and girls that are interesting to banter with. Most of my social interaction is online these days…which is super convenient, super flexible. But that does mean that my RL requirements of women are pretty much sex and leave me space to myself…that is neither a marriage nor an LTR. It’s not even cohabitation.

    I guess I need a partner who identifies as a cat. Up for pussy-action when I want, but otherwise sleeps or amuses itself.

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  128. Yoda says:

    Heard of the “Cocks Not Glocks” anti-gun activists at UT-Austin? The Guardian fills you in:

    Demonstrators gathered to brandish sex toys in the air or strap them to their backpacks. Or other places. “We have crazy laws here but this is by far the craziest, that you can’t bring a dildo on to campus legally but you can bring your gun. We’re just trying to fight absurdity with absurdity,” said Rosie Zander, a 20-year-old history student.

    “We wanted something fun that people could really engage in. Because it’s hard to get involved in the political process at our age, people our age don’t tend to vote or get involved, and this is so easy. Strap a dildo on and you’re showing the Texas legislature this is not a decision we wanted.”

    Standing near a pile of empty boxes and a decorative small forest of upright phalluses, Zander said that Cocks Not Glocks has distributed more than 5,000 dildos in the past five days, donated by sex shops. A few metres away, someone waved a poster that declared “Cock and Load” near a sign fixed to a lamppost advising passers-by that this is a tobacco-free campus.

    This trashy behavior gets you invited to the Obama White House.

    “Teenage girls are formally hosted at the White House to talk about dildos, but boy am I OUTRAGED by Mr. Trump! ”

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  129. Spawny Get says:

    illary and the establishment are so fucked by the alternative media. If she wins then the clamp down (which has already started – Faceberg and Twathole) will be frigging epic before the next elections

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  130. Yoda says:

    British police have expressed their unease with an epidemic of creepy clown sightings across the UK in recent days.

    More than 30 sightings have been made since the sinister fancy dress craze crossed over from the US.

    Police have been unable to arrest any clowns so far, with one force noting that they tend to “disappear” by the time officers show up

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  131. Spawny Get says:

    “The Guardian fills you in”

    Reality is currently in the process of ‘filling-in’ the Guardian. Filling-in being code for punching the crap out of someone, in the UK. Their losses are horrendous and their tax-haven funding is set to be out of cash in around seven years. Less if the fuckwitted government stops al-ja-beeba from preferentially advertising jobs in it…ensuring an on-going leftoid bias / derangement.

    I’m currently surprised that the MSM in the UK is squandering it’s extremely small remaining amount of credibility on illary in the US election…it’s bizarre. We have no vote, they have so little remaining credibility…why waste it on such a terrible candidate in an election we have no say in?

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  132. Spawny Get says:

    Brutal, within Parliamentary rules (he calls the anti-BREXITeers hypocritical cunts, if you read between the lines)

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  133. Spawny Get says:

    Paddy ‘Pantsdown’ Ashdown being an old leader of the ‘liberal party’. Yep, caught shagging the secretary (iirc) some woman anyway.

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  134. thedeti says:


    With respect, most women aren’t very good at selecting men. They pick the ones that tingle them and won’t stay with them; and then they pick the ones that will support them and stay but don’t tingle them.

    With the former, women have fun and enjoy their lives so long as Daddy pays the freight. With the latter, women have the security they crave slightly less than the tingle, but no enjoyment. Lacking enjoyment and wonder, women start running everything, starting with their sex lives. This makes them even more unhappy.

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  135. Ame says:

    thedeti – i agree. we really do need men – their protection, their discernment, their ability to be objective, etc.


  136. FNU MNU LNU says:

    It’s faux-morality that only exists in the political context.


  137. FNU MNU LNU says:

    I wonder if Trump’s Alpha bad boy performance in the 2nd debate will give enough women the tingles, to vote for him.

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  138. Farm Boy says:

    popular independent researcher whose political views don’t usually “vibe” with those of the establishment elite in this country, is claiming to have uncovered evidence proving that Hillary Clinton is a “‘friction’ demon and she stinks.”


  139. Yoda says:

    • Students at the University of Toronto are enraged that a psychology professor, Jordan Peterson, is refusing to let people decide what gender pronouns he uses to address them.

    • The student union released a list of demands which includes a forced apology by Professor Peterson and removal of his “transphobic and racist” lectures from Youtube

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  140. Yoda says:

    What precisely an intervention it would be?

    Hillary Clinton encouraged supporters Monday to follow and stage an intervention for a protester who was removed by security after he interrupted her rally in Detroit.

    “You know,” Clinton said after the demonstrator was forcibly removed from her campaign event, “I do hope somebody follows that gentleman out and stages an intervention.”

    The demonstrator, an African-American man, was wearing a shirt featuring a likeness of Bill Clinton with the word “RAPE” printed across the front.

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  141. Yoda says:

    Clown sightings

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  142. Yoda says:

    Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg shared research with key members of the Clinton campaign, newly released emails show.

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  143. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Why was it when you said “intervention”, the first thing that popped into my head was the NKVD firing a Nagant into the back of someones head in the Lubyanka.

    You know what we haven’t seen yet? Video if state troopers chasing clown cars. I guess that is coming.
    I just had an inspiration. What if we brought back the Keystone cops to go after all theses clowns. Who better?

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  144. Yoda says:

    What if we brought back the Keystone cops to go after all theses clowns.

    Or their modern incarnation, the FBI


  145. Ame says:

    Farm Boy – that is freakin creepy.


  146. […] Jealousy Unleashed […]


  147. FNU MNU LNU says:

    FBI = Famous But incompetent.


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