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As a modern woman, I’m angry because my whole life I’ve lived under the thumb of the patriarchy. Shamed for the way my body looks and the way I interact with the opposite gender and for simply existing as a human being who happened to be born without a cock. Told that I was lesser because I was weaker, that my sole purpose in life was to be claimed by a strapping young lad and bear him many children. Told that my body, the most natural part of me, is an inherently sexual thing and therefore I must cover it up, protect it, hide it from the world. Told that as long as I am young and attractive and able to reproduce, my body is not my own. I am not allowed to decide if these clothes are suitable on me, if I should be able to have all the sex I want, if I should be able to get an abortion or get sterilized, if the nonconsensual sex I had was actually rape.   I’m angry because I woke up. I saw the thumb that was crushing me, ruining my psyche, telling me I was lesser. But when I decided I wanted to do something about it, I saw how vast the patriarchy was, and just how easily my voice can be ignored. 

That’s why I’m angry.

This woman does seem unhappy, but it is debatable as to who’s “doing it” to her. Let us look closer.

“Shamed for the way my body looks and the way I interact with the opposite gender and for simply existing as a human being who happened to be born without a cock.”

I dunno.  Guys these days will pretty much go for anything that is young, so I am not sure that the so called shaming had a big impact.  Though perhaps she could not obtain the best fellas; hypergamy and all.  Still, it is not like fellas who, when they need action most, are forced to do without.

“Told that I was lesser because I was weaker, that my sole purpose in life was to be claimed by a strapping young lad and bear him many children.”

They would be her children also, you know?  Having children and being a Mom makes so many women happy; why does she knock it?  Furthermore, these days, empowered women can do anything, or so they say.  Even in the olden days, women could go to the university, become professionals and the like.  Nothing really stopped them.  In fact, I have know many women older and middle aged who are like that.

“Told that my body, the most natural part of me, is an inherently sexual thing and therefore I must cover it up, protect it, hide it from the world.”

So what does “natural thing” mean?  Why is her sexuality the most “natural thing”?  I thought that women want other aspects of their existence emphasized; but perhaps not.  The reason that you you might want to cover it up and hide it from the world is because it is ripe for exploitation, of men and society as a whole. Perhaps all that matters is what women want.

“Told that as long as I am young and attractive and able to reproduce, my body is not my own.”

My goodness, does/did she ever want to exploit it.  Normally, exploitation is not considered to be good.

“I am not allowed to decide if these clothes are suitable on me, if I should be able to have all the sex I want, if I should be able to get an abortion or get sterilized, if the nonconsensual sex I had was actually rape.”

There are lots of things that people are not allowed to decide upon.  Often the reason is to protect them and others from harm.

“I’m angry because I woke up. I saw the thumb that was crushing me, ruining my psyche, telling me I was lesser.”

The way that men, and modern society as a whole worship women, this is rather difficult to believe.

” But when I decided I wanted to do something about it, I saw how vast the patriarchy was, and just how easily my voice can be ignored.”

Men as a whole, are cowed.  Women have all of their natural powers (men really want sex), plus they have lots of new powers.  Furthermore, they are now allowed to exploit their natural powers to the limit.  I am not quite sure where this Patriarchy is that she is referring to.

Basically she seems to be unhappy that she was not allowed to exploit her natural powers (note that men have nothing equivalent) to the fullest extent.   What is your reading?

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Hypergamy, Lies, Trainwreck
197 comments on “Unhappy
  1. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    She bought into what feminism was selling. Now, she is not fit company, even for cats. While there are men that would attempt to dissuade her, she will give more weight to her female peers than someone who loves her.

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  2. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,,
    I think that it comes down to the fact that men are just hated and there is now way for us to combat this, directly or indirectly. I wish that I had something more positive to say.

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  3. Mgtowhorseman says:

    Why do married women with kids work? The math doesnt add up. Wynne just announced 45000 new daycare spots.

    From here


    Affordability is a key factor at the heart of the child care issue, with the annual cost for children under five averaging up to $20,000 a year, according to Spinks. She hopes the new plan will get families the subsidies they need.

    “It used to be that one basic income could fulfil all the expenses of a typical family. Now you need at least two or more incomes if you look at the cost of housing, the cost of transportation, the cost of child care,” she said.

    So lets say a woman makes 40000. A good mid professional wage.
    From here http://www.icalculator.info/canada.html

    400000gross is 34200 take home. Less the 20000 for one daycare spot is 14000 or about 1100 a month. Less gas etc (paid off car) for 50 a week or 200 a month.
    So this mid professional is working for 900 a month or 10800 a year.

    10800 towards the two income cost of living!

    But here is the kicker. If she doesnt work he can claim her unused personal basic exemption. Of 11000.agaunst his taxable income!!

    She is actually worth more Not Working to contribute to the family economically!!!

    Imagine for a lower part time job or retail job.

    Oh and Wynne just raised minimum wage in 6 months from 11.50 to 15.90.
    Imagine what that will do to daycare costs.

    Unmarried single moms ….well good luck luving on 900 a month.

    We did the math 24 years ago. Didnt make sense so the mrs didnt work. Dont mske sense now.

    But i am a logica

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  4. Mgtowhorseman says:

    Damn interwebs!!
    Minimum wage is going to 15.00 not 15.90.
    Hell its only a 32% jump in wage costs for retailers, bars, restaurants, daycares, yada yada.
    But its good for the economy!!! And working families.

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  5. Mgtowhorseman says:

    Re the article.

    Bitch be ugly.

    Cant squeeze the betas or land the alphas. The patriarchy be makin her work instead of sittin by the pool.

    How my voice was ignored is the tell.

    If you be young and you work the pretty you aint ignored.
    You have all the sex you want and all you need be bought for you.

    Hence…Bitch Be Ugly.

    Answer to 99.999% of feminism.


    (And the formerly pretty and old be
    Bitch Be Invisible…B.B.I.)

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  6. Mgtowhorseman says:

    B.B.U is truth. Best ever example of how feminine wiles SHOULD work.

    But Feminists be stupid.

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  7. Mgtowhorseman says:

    What happens to the BBI…the formerly pretty.


  8. Mgtowhorseman says:

    From StatsCanada average female salary 47300.

    So after tax income 35665 and after 20000 for one kid’s daycare the average woman is living on or contributing to the family 15665 a year or 1305 a month.

    Or put another way. Each of her 40 hours a week 52 weeks a year contributes…

    Wait for it….


    I made that back in the 80s as a student.!!


    You come a long way baby.

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  9. Farm Boy says:

    I think that it comes down to the fact that men are just hated

    People want a place to vent their frustrations. White men fit the bill as they are not allowed to defend themselves. One needs special victim group status to be able to do that

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  10. Farm Boy says:

    Just how many victims of female genital mutilation did Dr. Jumana Nagarwala produce in her Michigan clinic? Federal prosecutors have produced eight for their case against the doctor, but the lead prosecutor in the case argued in court yesterday that there may be 100 or more girls that have been maimed by the doctor and her co-defendants.


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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    Puppies have to be the most affectionate things God ever made. Yet, even they will turn mean if treated that way. Somebody is not thinking.


  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    You would expect feminists to be going ape over this. They have raving about female genital mutilation for decades. Now that they finally have a case to be tried domestically, we are not hearing anything from them. Maybe because they don’t have a white man to blame it on?

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  13. Farm Boy says:

    Bitch be ugly.

    Well yes, that might be a big reason that she couldn’t exploit her natural powers to the fullest.

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  14. Yoda says:

    Feminist Laci Green has faced backlash from left-wing activists, radical feminists, and former friends after she was revealed to be in a relationship with popular anti-SJW YouTuber Chris Ray Gun.


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  15. Yoda says:

    Even though green in the name there is,
    Very pathetic Evergreen College is

    Feel sorry for you humans I do


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  16. Yoda says:

    From above link this is

    For starters, students at ESC don’t receive grades—they receive “narrative evaluations” that give them feedback on their performance while preserving their self-esteem. Such an approach, Evergreen says, allows professors to take stock of student performance as a whole and take students’ skills and abilities into consideration when awarding the pass and fail. (Students, by the way, also get a say in the process.)

    Students also take only a single set of classes each year. There are no semesters (that’s probably sexist anyway), and students plan their own path to their chosen major.

    This coming fall, for example, you can take a number of classes that count as biology, but actually aren’t biology at all. They include, as the Daily Caller found, Reproduction: Gender, Race and Power, but also Dancing Molecules, Dancing Bodies, where you’ll use the art of dance to communicate with your body and understand the chemical processes within.

    If that’s not up your alley, perhaps you would prefer Actions and their Consequences, which will “examine local, national, and international policy issues of the postcolonial and neocolonial world in education, health care, social welfare and environmentalism” through a series of “interdisciplinary” lectures. That class will eventually gather and design “projects to address issues of unequal distributions of power.”

    If math and economics are more your style, there are plenty of social justice-tinged options for you. Advocating for Sustainable Culture is considered a math course (you even get to do field trips!), as is Dimensions for Inequality and Options for Change.

    And lest you think you’d have to abandon your progressive politics for a class in something seemingly objective, like physics, fear not! Under the “physics” catalog offerings, there’s Defending Mother Earth: Science, Energy and Native Peoples.

    And if these are the hard science offerings, you can imagine what the social science offerings look like. Don’t even ask about the economics department.

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  17. Yoda says:

    Wonder if anybody of intelligence hires Evergreen State Collge graduates they do I do

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  18. Yoda says:

    So, in other words, the whole “Russia hacked the election” thing was a virus cooked up in the Hillary campaign laboratory, as a sort of doomsday weapon that would obliterate anything in its path, even after its creators had passed from the scene.

    And they knew it would work because the MSM, after years of unprotected, unnatural sex in sleazy bathhouses (NY Times, WaPo, CNN) with their disease-ridden progressive boy-toys, had become riddled with something like AIDS that had destroyed the natural immune system so that any virus that found its way in would be able to run rampant, and they couldn’t stop it even if they wanted to, and for which there is no cure.


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  19. Spawny Get says:

    I’m afraid that I have bad news for da laydeez spoken of in the post. I have given up caring about such wimminz and their issues. I came to this decision when I realised that they did not care about men and their real issues. Fair’s fair.

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  20. Spawny Get says:

    Just came across the manifesto for a Monster Raving Loony type candidate yesterday. Lord Buckethead (pretty sure that you can work out his costume) offered:

    (Ceefax et al were the text data services on televisions back in the day)

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  21. Spawny Get says:

    Actually, here’s a piccy of Lord Buckethead with Mr Fishfinger ‘outside no. 10’

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  22. Spawny Get says:


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  23. SFC Ton says:

    There is an unhappy feminist on the interwebz?

    Who gives a fuck?

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  24. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Laci Green knows how to stay in the news. To be honest, it is encouraging.

    Spawny Get,
    It would be fun to see a few of the Monster Raving Loony Party people take up seats in the House of Commons. At the very least, it would liven things up. At the best, they might force some people to get serious.,


  25. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    As to Yoda’s question about hiring Evergreen graduates, I am beginning to wonder about college graduates. They go in trainable and they come out of college next to useless. When this realization hits the job market, there is going to be some screaming.

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  26. Spawny Get says:

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  27. Yoda says:

    There is an unhappy feminist on the interwebz?

    Who gives a fuck?

    Put there as an example of what not to be it was


  28. Yoda says:

    If unhappiness desire you do
    Be like the woman in the OP you might

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  29. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Or be like all of Laci Green’s detractors. They do not approve her choice of a boyfriend. For some of them, it may be pure jealousy in that she has one and they do not, nor are they likely to get one.


  30. Yoda says:

    As 20 something women, always boyfriend they can find
    If he meets high expectations anther question it is

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  31. Yoda says:

    “What makes it egregious is the fact — and I think it’s obvious that it is a fact — that the attorney general of the United States was adjusting the way the department talked about its business so as to coincide with the way the Clinton campaign talked about that business,” Michael Mukasey said in an interview with Newsmax on Friday.

    “In other words, it made the Department of Justice essentially an arm of the Clinton campaign,” added Mukasey…


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  32. SFC Ton says:

    Who gives a fuck about examples of what not to be for women? This a mgtow/ man o sphere blog or outreach to wymn?


  33. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have to wonder how easy or hard women have it in finding a long term partner. Who are we to trust to give us the straight dope?
    However, Laci Green has an certain advantage. Boys like her pneumatic boobs.


  34. Yoda says:

    Probably SJW fellas tingle her not.

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  35. Cill says:

    “Told that I was lesser because I was weaker, that my sole purpose in life was to be claimed by a strapping young lad and bear him many children. Told that my body, the most natural part of me, is an inherently sexual thing and therefore I must cover it up, protect it, hide it from the world. Told that…”

    All in her head.

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  36. Cill says:

    Ha ha ha

    A mob of Muslims invaded a Tongan church to beat up the congregation and smash things. It’s true: Muslims really do have a death wish. The Tongans went quite a long way toward granting them their wish, apparently.

    Nothing will come of it. No-one is talking.

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  37. Cill says:

    Lord Buckethead at 7:46 pm outside no. 10

    I saw that bloke on TV standing alongside the other candidates when the results for one of the electorates were being read out. His helmet is taller and has a better buff than the St Swithuns helmet. I wondered if he might be the Stig in disguise

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  38. Yoda says:

    The post, which is titled, “When Will Wonder Woman Be a Fat, Femme Woman of Color?” laments the fact that the movie chose to portray the character as she was portrayed in the source material, rather than as an overweight black gay woman (femme is defined as “a queer person who presents and acts in a traditionally feminine manner.”)


    Wonder if Ms. Abbott available she is I do

    Also note that they mentioned “Green” not

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  39. Yoda says:

    Maybe a compromise candidate do it will
    Perhaps Emily Thornberry the next Wonder Woman she could be.

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  40. Yoda says:

    As a modern woman

    Imply that modern better it is
    Probably in this case it is not

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  41. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Probably SJW fellas tingle her not.”
    We haven’t talked about tingles for a while. I can say, for certain, that no progress has been made on the tingle generator. It could be like Edison’s light bulb, we know of twenty thousand things that won’t work.
    Angry at the concept of tingles I am. The only thing that seems to work is evil and the purer it is, the more attractive. Charlie Manson will never get out of jail but will never be without female attention.


  42. Yoda says:

    Probably woman in the OP jealous that Wonder Woman both hot and has super-powers she does


  43. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If Hollywood wants to stay in business and maybe make money, they would be well advised to to the opposite of what SJWs demand. Diane Abbott or Emily Thornberry? Great in the role of villains they would be.

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  44. Yoda says:

    Fill up the silver screen they would

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  45. Yoda says:

    Theresa May has proved an apt pupil of the David Cameron school of political incompetence. Lacking principle, she is not even good at being unprincipled: a Machiavellian, it turns out, minus the cunning.

    It did not help that she had the charisma of a carrot and the sparkle of a spade. As she presented herself to the public, no one would have wanted her as a dinner guest, except under the deepest social obligation. Technically, she won the election, in the sense that she received more votes than anyone else, but few voted for her with enthusiasm rather than from fear of the alternative. Her disastrous campaign included repeated genuflections in the direction of social democracy. Even after her defeat, moral if not quite literal, she burbled about a society in which no one was left behind—never mind that it would entail a society in which no one would be out in front, that is to say, a society resting in the stagnant pool of its own mediocrity.

    Unfortunately, egalitarianism is a little like Islam in that, just as a moderate Muslim can always be outflanked by someone more Islamic than he, so an egalitarian can usually be outflanked by someone more egalitarian than he: and in the contest between the Conservatives and the Labour Party, no one will ever believe that the Conservatives are more devoted to equality of outcome than the Labour Party. May therefore chose her battleground with a perfect eye for defeat.


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  46. Yoda says:

    Portray “larger than life” characters well Ms. Abbott and Ms. Thornberry would

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  47. Yoda says:

    ATLANTA, GA—After years of publishing distorted headlines, slanted news articles, and heavily biased news coverage, media giant CNN announced Friday that it has decided to launch a spinoff site that focuses on real news comprised of objective facts.

    Dubbed “CNN: Real,” the site is designed to bring the news media empire into the arena of publishing real news, a step away from its roots as a channel that covers entirely fabricated stories and shamelessly spins all news into liberal talking points.

    “We know this is going to get some push-back from our viewer base, but don’t worry: the original CNN site and cable channel are still a large part of our business,” company Vice President Michael Bass said during an announcement on the shift toward real news. “Anytime you want to have your biases confirmed, CNN will be there.”

    “But with CNN: Real, we’re going to try our hand at reporting facts, and doing so in an unbiased manner.”

    Painting the new site as an “experiment,” Bass admitted to reporters that he is not entirely confident the real news angle will resonate with the company’s regular viewership, but CNN executives decided it was worth a shot, saying, “If it doesn’t work out, we can always just go back to focusing all of our energy on making stuff up.”


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  48. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda, wit and tact he has.
    Bear laughing he is.

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  49. Cill says:

    “Wonder if Ms. Abbott available she is I do”

    Anything that would rut Ms. Abbott is something that would rut anything it is.

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  50. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think she could find a way to repel a blind man. That takes talent.

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  51. Cill says:


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  52. Cill says:


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  53. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Nobody laughs like Orson Welles.

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  54. Cill says:

    “a Machiavellian, it turns out, minus the cunning.”

    …describing a typical modern female there.

    “no one would have wanted her as a dinner guest, except under the deepest social obligation.”

    Now we’re getting into the English genius for dissing snobs. Nobody does it better. Let’s turn it on the fembots and libtards.

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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly bait,


  56. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Dorry. Here’s the Molly bait.


  57. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You may have exposed a vulnerability of feminists. They thrive on social approval.

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  58. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    More Molly bait.


  59. Cill says:

    Don’t fuck with Orca.

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  60. Cill says:

    Fuzzy great to talk to you mate. I’m about to watch the British Lions vs the Crusaders.
    Go well Fuzzy. From me, over and out.

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  61. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I can understand why that kid in a rowboat was nervous. I understand that, aside from humans, they are the only species that hunts for sport.

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  62. Cill says:

    Dead right.

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  63. Cill says:

    Can you get reception for Super (i.e. Southern Hemisphere) Rugby in your part of the world?

    If you can, may I recommend it.


  64. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Watching televised sports for me is torture. It is very old and job related.
    As for your question, there must be some way to do it via the internet.


  65. Yoda says:

    If cast a Britisher one did
    Get this one might
    “My name is Woman, Wonder Woman”

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  66. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that you need to see a good movie. May I suggest the earlier version of Casino Royale with David Niven?


  67. Spawny Get says:

    Treeza’s top (catastrophic) advisors, responsible for the mongifesto are gone-ski
    Her top aide who was an MP in his own right (Gummer) lost his seat in the GE.

    Does she survive the weekend? Their are two camps, leave now and leave when convenient. But it is ‘leave’

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  68. Spawny Get says:

    I’ve heard rumours about this previously (before the GE) in fact I may have mentioned them here in comments – the £100k you were supposed to be able to keep was not a guarantee at all.

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  69. Spawny Get says:

    Will raise a smile from some

    And it came to pass, in the land of Britain, that the High Priestess went unto the people and said, Behold, I bring ye tidings of great joy. For on the eighth day of the sixth month there shall be a general election.

    And the people said, Not another one.

    And they waxed wroth against the High Priestess and said, Didst thou not sware, even unto seven times, that thou wouldst not call a snap election?

    And the High Priestess said, I know, I know. But Brexit is come upon us, and I must go into battle against the tribes of France, Germany, and sundry other holiday destinations. And I must put on the armor of a strong majority in the people’s house. Therefore go ye out and vote.

    And there came from the temple pollsters, who said, Surely this woman will flourish. For her enemy is as grass; she cutteth him down. He is as straw in the wind, and he will blow away. And the trumpet of her triumph shall sound in all the land.

    And the High Priestess said, Piece of cake.

    And there came from the same country a prophet, whose name was Jeremy. His beard was as the pelt of beasts, and his raiments were not of the finest. And he cried aloud in the wilderness and said, Behold, I bring you hope.

    And suddenly there was with him a host of young people. And he said unto them, Ye shall study and grow wise in all things, and I shall not ask ye for gold. And the sick shall be made well, and they also will heal freely. And he promised unto them all manner of goodly things.

    And the young people said unto him, How shall these things be rendered, seeing that thou hast no money in thy purse?

    And he spake unto them in a voice of sounding brass and said, Soak the rich. And again, Pull down the mighty from their seats.

    And the young people went absolutely nuts.

    And they hearkened unto the word of Jeremy, and believed. For they said unto themselves, Lo, he bringeth unto us the desire of our hearts. He cometh by bicycle, with a helmet upon his head. And he eateth neither flesh nor fowl, according to the Scriptures. For man cannot live by bread alone, but hummus is quite another matter.

    And the High Priestess saw all these things and was sore. And she gathered unto her the chief scribes and the Pharisees and said unto them, What the hell is going on?

    And they said unto her, It is a blip, as if it were a rough place upon the road.
    (more on the link)

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  70. Spawny Get says:

    Could be adapted for US purposes

    That’s the Child Stealer from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, I think

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  71. Farm Boy says:

    So sad

    A collection of TV creators say worries about Donald Trump’s presidency is making their jobs to create entertainment much more challenging.

    A panel at the ATX Television Festival in Austin, Texas, on Friday, titled “Trumped Up TV,” was assembled to analyze the impact of the president on the industry. The consensus of the group is that Trump has been rather distracting, to say the least.

    “How can I possibly focus?” said Javier Grillo-Marxuach (Lost). “There’s a lot of stress eating involved … more than anything else, the torrent of news and information is about the stuff you do to mitigate your stress to be effective.”

    Royal Pains producer Michael Rauch agreed, noting he has a rule that no computers or cell phones are allowed in his writers’ room while the team is working. But the moment there’s a break “the next hour all we’re talking about is how horrendous and depressing it is, then we’re back to work trying to be funny.”

    The Vampire Diaries showrunner Julie Plec said the election brought about “absolute sorrow, horror, depression” behind the scenes of the show. Plec noted that she feels a responsibility to “double down on making it okay to be inclusive and not okay to be a bigot” in her storytelling given the current culture.


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  72. Spawny Get says:

    Having had to get rid of the losers that advised her into the mongifesto of doom, who does treeza replace them with, you probably don’t ask?

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  73. Spawny Get says:

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  74. Spawny Get says:

    “A collection of TV creators”
    See the sadness in my eyes

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  75. Yoda says:

    Trump the dolphin trainer he is?

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  76. RichardP says:

    From the OP: “I’m angry because I woke up. I saw the thumb that was crushing me, ruining my psyche, telling me I was lesser. But when I decided I wanted to do something about it, I saw how vast the patriarchy was, and just how easily my voice can be ignored.

    That’s why I’m angry.”

    I think Merrick Keller’s comment is an effective presentation of an uninformed mind waking up to the truth of real life. At least she seems to be waking up, and is at the anger stage of the grief process. How much better it would have been for her if she had been taught the truth from the beginning.

    No one can do anything they want to, just because they want to. Boys learn this at an early age – if for no other reason than repeatedly trying and failing to jump off the ground and fly like superman.

    My experience has been that the most well-adjusted folks are those who have a realistic idea of what life’s constraints are and who then proceed to build a useful life within those constraints.

    Merrick Keller seems to be learning (better late than never) the truth of testosterone – that it 1) creates meanies who will beat up on you (the universal female), 2) gets you pregnant with a perhaps unwanted child, and – probably least understood of all – 3) responds vigorously to the way you dress and what you do with your body, enhancing the probability that 1 and 2 above will happen.

    Who is going to protect Merrick from the ones who would beat one her? Who is going to provide resources for the child that she creates and doesn’t want to care for? If it is not she who will do these things, then the ones who WILL do them have a right to place constaints on how she dresses and what she does with her body – as those can have a direct causitive effect on whether she gets beat on and impregnated.

    For those who have been taught that they can do whatever they want, that nobody has a right to tell them how to behave, learning about the actual world that testosterone creates and the defenses one must create against it can lead to an immense anger. But the reality of testosterone drives the world. Hopefully Merrick Keller will learn how to accept that truth, work around it (provide a useful defense against it through controlling her behaviors), and still create a useful life for herself.

    This is what she (everyone) must learn: If you can’t defend it, it is not really yours. And Merrick has awakened to the truth that she cannot defend most of what she has been taught is hers (because Patriarchy is strong enough to place her under its thumb).

    As Merrick Keller wakes up to the world that testosterone creates and rules, hopefully she will come to understand that she really is the weaker one. In coming to understand this, hopefully she will come to embrace the behaviors that will encourage those who can defend her to do so when and where she cannot defend herself. But those defenders do have a right to insist that she stay away from those behaviors / circumstances that increase the likelihood that her defenders will have to spring into action. (‘Defenders’ here do not equal white knights; rather, they are those who prefer to intervene to keep her from making mistakes because they will have to clean up the mess she creates with those mistakes.)


  77. Farm Boy says:

    SJWs/hipsters in Brooklyn watching the Comey hearings

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  78. Farm Boy says:

    My experience has been that the most well-adjusted folks are those who have a realistic idea of what life’s constraints are and who then proceed to build a useful life within those constraints.

    Thread winner

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  79. Spawny Get says:

    Supposed to be very good

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  80. Mgtowhorseman says:

    My experience has been that the most well-adjusted folks are those who have a realistic idea of what life’s constraints are and who then proceed to build a useful life within those constraints.

    Thread winner

    Of the year.

    Or as Manchild frequently says ” Yeah Dad, we get it, “Life Isn’t Fair, Make It Unfair In Your Favor”

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  81. Farm Boy says:

    No one can do anything they want to, just because they want to. Boys learn this at an early age – if for no other reason than repeatedly trying and failing to jump off the ground and fly like superman.

    And yet girls are told that they can be Wonder Woman. Telling and demonstrating to girls about constraints should be standard.

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  82. Mgtowhorseman says:

    Holy Harps In Heaven

    RIP Adam West….the Real Batman

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  83. Spawny Get says:

    Adam West has left the building? Damn

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  84. Mgtowhorseman says:

    Julie Newmar in that leather. Check that ass.
    And the real Batman was the whole package…if ya know what I mean.

    He saw right through her!!

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  85. Yoda says:

    Back in February, I was riding on the New York to DC shuttle and CNN’s own Jeff Zucker was seated in the row behind me with a woman I took to be a colleague or personal assistant. She was yelling loudly into her phone, loudly enough that the other passengers took note of it, at one point escalating her voice to say: “If they want war with CNN, they got it.” When we landed, I noted the likely inspiration for the call: the administration had offered Mike Pence to every network except for CNN


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  86. Yoda says:

    He saw right through her!!

    Odd that much of the US public can see through Hillary not

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  87. Farm Boy says:

    In the next scene the Trumpian Caesar is attacked by the Senators and stabbed to death as an American flag hovers overhead, according to Sheaffer. “They had the full murder scene onstage, and blood was spewing everywhere out of his body.”

    Among others, guess who proudly sponsors this nightly wish-fulfillment in the bloody, live and in person! assassination of the President of the United States of America?

    Time Warner, the parent company of CNN.


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  88. Yoda says:

    Wonder Woman on the right it is?

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  89. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post


  90. Farm Boy says:

    An event organised by Gays Against Sharia to mark the anniversary of the Orlando shooting has been branded “divisive” and “Islamophobic” by LGBT activists planning a counter-protest.


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  91. Farm Boy says:


    Has there been something changed with respect to time on this blog?

    It seems that when I set the time to post a post, WordPress uses my local time rather than Patriarchal time.


  92. Yoda says:

    The visuals have much to recommend it they do


  93. Farm Boy says:

    In a live episode of The Rubin Report yesterday, Weinstein told host Dave Rubin (the gay, liberal former Young Turk from Los Angeles who was accused of “Nazi sympathizing” by Evergreen State students on Twitter) that he did not personally blame Bridges for the mob fury, and that while the protesters have plunged Evergreen State into a crisis, the school itself is composed of “learning communities that really function.” Weinstein is wrong that Evergreen State is worth saving. Public funding constitutes 46 percent of Evergreen’s annual revenue — $55.2 million from state appropriations and $32.3 million in state and federal grants. A public college that cannot defend the First Amendment or even the basic safety of its professors doesn’t deserve a cent of the taxpayers’ money.


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  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I much prefer the one with Annie Lennox in a bear suit. Even nude Italian models do not make up for the loss. If you doubt my veracity,


  95. Farm Boy says:

    Former President Barack Obama spoke to the Chamber of Commerce in Montreal on Tuesday, warning against income inequality and the concentration of wealth—remarks from a man who reportedly commanded $400,000 a speech, or $7,700-a-minute at that rate, for his Canadian speech.


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  96. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    That is all true with respect to Evergreen. Shut it down. Let the SJWs take a sabbatical.


  97. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Following Bill Clinton’s playbook he is. $400k for a speech? It took Bill a while to work up to that.


  98. Yoda says:

    Important breaking news this is

    Columbia University Law School professor Daniel Richman reportedly went into hiding this week after former FBI director James Comey revealed that he gave his “contemporaneous” memo of his interactions with President Donald Trump to Richman and asked Richman to leak it to the New York Times.

    But Richman broke his silence to tell establishment media outlet Newsweek to confirm that Comey could in fact… dunk a basketball.


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  99. Yoda says:

    Barack’s intimate dinner with Justin isn’t the former President’s first suspiciously timed foreign meeting, though. Since Trump has been in office, Obama’s been quietly following the current President’s schedule—taking meetings, meeting with foreign leaders, and giving policy speeches, often in the same city (or closely following) President Trump, like a weird, shadowy figure.


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  100. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    William Howard Taft had some harsh things to say about ex-presidents. Is it time to dust off those quotes?


  101. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have been watching public freakout videos on YouTube. I don’t think I need to anyone who is doing the freaking out. Curiously, the biggest targets of their ire seem to be people working hand to mouth jobs.


  102. Spawny Get says:

    I’m happy at this, he’s unhappy

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  103. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Better than being food for bears it is. It does look like they packed everything they could before he showed up.

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  104. Spawny Get says:

    The result of 13 years of leftifying the edukashun system?

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  105. Spawny Get says:

    On Friday on TV there was a weird narrative (from Corbyn down and ground up) that laba had ‘won’ in some way and had a realistic prospect of forming a government.


  106. Spawny Get says:

    Ooh this is good

    Peter Hitchens: Theresa’s Tories… as useful as a zombie on a broken bike

    …The Tories failed on Thursday because they have long believed in nothing and are interested only in being in office.

    They won in 2015 only because of a grotesque splurge of millionaire donations, and ultra-expensive black magic techniques, which partly made up for the collapse of their once-majestic membership and the machine it supported.

    They are, in effect, a zombie party, lurching and shuffling along in a procession of the undead, thanks to transfusions of money and the BBC’s ancient broadcasting rules, which guarantee them air time.

    What happened next must be one of the strangest chapters in our history. Labour (which had itself become a zombie party under Blairite control) changed its leadership election rules, and accidentally made it possible for a real socialist to win. You’d never get a real conservative coming to the top of the Tory Party, which has elaborate mechanisms in place to stop that happening.

    Odder still, the man who won, Jeremy Corbyn, was astonishingly old-fashioned, a country-bred grammar school boy brought up by parents who had taken part in the great political struggles of the 1930s.

    He is out of his time, which is no bad thing. To see him address a rally in modern Britain (as I have done) is a bit like going to the station to catch your regular commuter service, and finding a steam train waiting at the platform – surprising, nostalgic, wheezy and ancient, more or less certain to break down, but wonderfully picturesque.

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  107. Spawny Get says:

    Yay Fivebellies the Queen of Smug

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  108. Spawny Get says:

    Trudeau’s actions hitting the gurlz. Will it cause a re-think? Or are they going full Sweden where they closed down a female rape centre in order to create an immigrant centre


  109. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Peter Hitchens is a romantic. I love it.
    The last woman I dated was a feminist. I guess it was never going to go anywhere.


  110. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    What I think will happen in Canada is that, while the police look the other way, students will deal with this informally. I think in the US Navy, this is referred to as “dungaree justice”. This is the only thing that can happen when authority can’t be counted on.


  111. Spawny Get says:

    I think that all over the west there are people waiting for the police to look the other way. And I think it’s why the establishments around the west are increasingly scared of losing control. Sadly, rather than address the issues, they’re doubling down on oppressing free speech which is effectively continuing to kick the can down the road while the consequences of doing so grow ever starker. It’s barking mad. It’s insane. We need competent government by men willing to deal with reality before things break down.

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  112. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I just got through reading this. It is not about fighting terrorism. Terrorists don’t use any means that can be traced for sensitive information. This is the modern equivalent of reading the public’s mail.
    I am beginning to think that governments all over the world are more afraid of the public than they are of anyone or anything else.

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  113. Spawny Get says:

    Sharp thinking, though I think that maybe one of every couple needs one

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  114. Yoda says:

    In his testimony former FBI director James Comey echoed a view that I alone have been expressing for several weeks, and that has been attacked by nearly every Democratic pundit.

    Comey confirmed that under our Constitution, the president has the authority to direct the FBI to stop investigating any individual. I paraphrase, because the transcript is not yet available: the president can, in theory, decide who to investigate, who to stop investigating, who to prosecute and who not to prosecute. The president is the head of the unified executive branch of government, and the Justice Department and the FBI work under him and he may order them to do what he wishes.

    As a matter of law, Comey is 100 percent correct. As I have long argued, and as Comey confirmed in his written statement, our history shows that many presidents—from Adams to Jefferson, to Lincoln, to Roosevelt, to Kennedy, to Bush 1, and to Obama – have directed the Justice Department with regard to ongoing investigations. The history is clear, the precedents are clear, the constitutional structure is clear, and common sense is clear.

    Yet virtually every Democratic pundit, in their haste to “get” President Trump, has willfully ignored these realities. In doing so they have endangered our civil liberties and constitutional rights.


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  115. Yoda says:

    A New York law professor has sued a theater chain for discriminating against men with women-only screenings of “Wonder Woman.”

    Stephen Clark, 48, decided to sue Alamo Drafthouse after seeing a wave of complaints on the theater’s Facebook page.


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  116. Spawny Get says:

    Could prove interesting. Corbynites (laba left) need to be out of the single market so they can take the infrastructure into public ownership. The tory right want out for freedom. The tory wets (tory left) and laba bliarites (laba right) want to stay…could be tears by bedtime

    Mandleslime is an arch-bliarite


  117. Yoda says:

    On Saturday, hundreds gathered to protest against Islam’s sharia law at the site of the December 2015 terror attack in San Bernardino, California, and elsewhere throughout the state.


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  118. Spawny Get says:

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  119. Spawny Get says:

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  120. Spawny Get says:

    Do the modern educated yoof even realise the joke do you think?

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  121. Yoda says:

    The Washington Examiner has published an account of a meeting of the American Constitution Society — the left’s version of the conservative Federalist Society of lawyers — at which participants discussed how to encourage the “deep state” to undermine President Donald Trump.


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  122. Yoda says:

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that border walls “will not solve the problem” of illegal immigration during a visit to Mexico Saturday.


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  123. Spawny Get says:

    Funniest shit you’ll read today about the fall out from May’s debacle of an election

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  124. Yoda says:

    Awesome that would be

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  125. Yoda says:

    If only every city could take a cue from Madrid when it comes to manspreading. Per The Local, Madrid just announced that it has banned manspreading


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  126. Yoda says:

    Wonder if a good Bill Shakesman character Jeremy would be I do
    Themed about “tragic stupidity” it would be

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  127. Yoda says:

    Apparently “learning to be productive” Antifa members understand not

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  128. Spawny Get says:

    Given the new relevance of the DUP to British politics, here’s a handy guide to Northern Ireland politics
    For the lolz

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  129. Yoda says:

    The FBI, CIA and NSA are eager to pose as scrupulous, disinterested arbiters of Russian meddling. They are not eager to be seen as victims and patsies of Russian meddling. To use Mr. Comey’s phrase, the performance of our national intelligence directorate is the one rock that hasn’t been turned over.

    So here’s a question for Special Counsel Robert Mueller, a former FBI chief himself. Will he accept the current framing that his Russia investigation is about everything except whether his former agency was semi-wittingly duped into some of its interventions by Kremlin danglings—there’s nothing to see here, move along.

    Or will he have the courage to ask the requisite questions the FBI, CIA and NSA don’t want asked about their own, perhaps, gullibility and overeagerness to play in domestic politics because of their dislike of Mr. Trump?

    Washington’s desire to get to the bottom of Russian meddling is probably less than you imagine. If not, the places to start are the Trump dossier and the role of Russian disinformation in promoting Mr. Comey’s intervention in the Hillary Clinton email matter.


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  130. Yoda says:

    The second reason the rally almost didn’t occur was that the threat of violence was indeed real. It took quite an effort by law enforcement to maintain the peace; but this, too, is the city’s fault. The danger came not from alt-right Donald Trump fans but the roving packs of left-wing, so-called “black bloc” and “antifa”—short for “anti-fascist”—counter-protesters who have been a fixture in downtown Portland at least since the riots at the 1999 World Trade Organization meeting in Seattle cemented their reputation.

    The Portland police Twitter account sent out a series of pictures cataloging the sheer number of weapons confiscated, including wrenches, knives, batons, chains, and bricks. The left-wing counter-protesters eventually started throwing bricks and glass bottles at the cops; some of their compatriots were found on the roof of an adjacent building, along with a bag of bricks. It’s not an exaggeration to say that raining bricks down from above is nearly as dangerous as firing a gun into a crowd. Fourteen counter-protesters were arrested.


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  131. Mgtowhorseman says:

    Antifa must hate me.
    I am literally making 100k this year Not to go to work.
    So I spend my time exercising my right to free speech on the interwebs.
    And going back to school, on my own dime, for the third time, so I can be productive in my later years.
    And peppercorns are better used on steak.

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  132. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda at 8:22pm,
    Prosecuting men for manspreading hast to be the most blatant example of man hating legislation ever proposed. If it were about people taking up too much space, they would be going after the bag ladies. It is not about that at at. It is about using the state to bash men.
    I think what needs to happen, is to call for a secondary boycott of the communities involved. Nottinghamshire would be a good place to start. Locals could take their business out of the county and those that live elsewhere should choose to not visit or support local business. It is effective. America used this to get England to rescind the Intolerable Acts before the War of Independence. Women resorted to spinning their own cloth at home. I don’t need to support the Spanish economy if they pull this on their own men who take public transport.


  133. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Please forgive the typos. make more of them when I get passionate. What is insidious about this attack is that these men are already taking the bus. How much money can they cough up in their defense?

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  134. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Are these people violating the civil rights of others? If so, how can federal funds to an institution that tacitly condones this because it does not condemn it it?

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  135. SFC Ton says:

    They hate you for being White and only semi-woke

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  136. Yoda says:

    From my point of view, the Ton very woke he is

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  137. Yoda says:

    “Woke” in the sense of seeing reality as it it is he is


  138. Yoda says:

    American democracy has been corrupted, and if not cured, the disease will be fatal. There is no other conclusion to be drawn when the public is deceived on the scale that was revealed (but ignored) by James Comey. The stunning truth is that the American political and media establishment allowed a phony story – that they knew was phony — to dominate our political discourse for months. When James Comey testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee last week, he revealed that he had informed many important Congressional leaders that there was no investigation of President Trump and the Russians underway, even as MSNBC, CNN, The New York Times, and the Washington Post daily carried stories alluding to an imaginary investigation.

    None of these informed leaders spoke out! They allowed a make-believe tale intended to harm the legitimacy and therefore political power of President Trump to dominate mindshare in the nation’s collective political conversation.


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