What Is Their Issue?

From here

Even though it was organized by the committee behind the Women’s March, there wasn’t supposed to be any actual marching at the Women’s Convention. But a few minutes before 5 p.m. on Saturday, several hundred women were stampeding from one packed meeting room in Detroit’s Cobo Center to another, hoping to snag a seat at the weekend’s most popular event: a panel called “Confronting White Womanhood.”

Surely the confrontation is not with the womanhood part, it is with the white part.  Still, one wonders what the attraction is to white women to be part of this.

From the opening remarks on Friday morning, the convention’s overarching theme has been creating and fostering a wholly intersectional feminist movement. It’s felt at once like a response to the criticism the Women’s March organizers received for mobilizing a protest of white feminists and a purposeful decision to teach that mobilized audience of white feminists how to be less like White Feminists.

Naturally enough,  I have issues with White Feminists, but what exactly are the issues here?  What do they need to do to be less like White Feminists?

Ellman-Golan then gave a condensed history of instances where white women have been both directly and indirectly responsible for violence against black men. She spoke about Emmett Till, a 14-year-old black child who was lynched after a white women said he winked at her in public (she has since admitted this was a lie). She spoke about Dylann Roof and his admission that he killed nine black people in a Charleston church because “they rape white women.”

This does seem odd.  A case from long ago, and a situation where the concept of white women was behind a set murders.  It does not seem that modern white women really are culpable here.  Surely not as a whole.

After Ellman-Golan offered up an anecdote about a time she was guilty of a racist microagression against a black man, the room of women was instructed to break out into groups of five or six to discuss their own microaggressions and to “imagine a better future.” The room of 500 or so women turned their chairs inward, and Ellman-Golan, Childs, and Scholl circulated the room to help facilitate the discussions.

In the future, we will all regularly confess our micro-aggressions.  For these women, the future is now.

So check out the article.  Can anybody really put their finger on what precisely was the problem that they were emoting about?  If one cannot define the problem, then how can one advocate for prospective solutions.

At least in times past, Feminists could at least define what their supposed issues were.


Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Lies, WTH
135 comments on “What Is Their Issue?
  1. RichardP says:

    Some women are not about solving problems. They are about “sharing”. The sharing is where the value lies. If you don’t have problems, what is there to share?

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  2. Yoda says:

    So women not like men they are?


  3. Yoda says:

    Solving problems one thing it would be.
    Defining problems another thing it is


  4. Yoda says:

    Micro-aggressions a side effect of midichlorians they are


  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I read the link and it made little sense to me. The only concrete point were false allegations of black men, resulting in their lynchings. Maybe the pussyhatters are caught in a conundrum? They want to do something useful, but they can’t risk offending women.

    What I find difficult is is where do these women get the time and money to do all this? When Rebel Media sent Faith Goldy and Lauren Southern to cover the Women’s March, the day after the inauguration, they paid two thousand dollars for their room. The plane from Toronto was full of these women.

    As for affirmative action, the demographic that has profited the most is white women. Oddly, it is a stretch to think of them as a minority.

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  6. SFC Ton says:

    Emmit Till attempted to rape a young White girl while she was working.

    Don’t buy into the leftist bullshit about him being a saint


  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    However, the hive mind will not tolerate a different point of view. Runs five minutes.

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  8. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    False allegations that lead to boys getting killed happen all the time. This is not news. What makes this different is that it crosses racial lines. This is called proxy violence or murder by proxy. I did a search for “emmett till accuser recants”. Google came back with 29 thousand results.

    In light of this, there is no defense.


  9. Pretty sure RichardP got it in one.

    These conferences are not about solving problems. They are about women getting together in giant quilting circles except nothing useful (much less something often quite beautiful) is produced. They just shoot the shit women style. The people running the conference get status for doing so. The attendees are both virtue signalling and adding to their woke girl resumes.

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  10. Yoda says:

    Perhaps like a Star Trek convention for Feminists it is


  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A mess they would make of that too.
    I still would like to know where all the money comes from to support this foolishness.

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  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Hitler didn’t drink. Odd, that he got his political start in a beer hall.


  13. And another thing:

    If you don’t have problems, what is there to share?

    Women REALLY don’t want to hear how great it’s going for other women. That’s why supermarket rags feature the he’s cheating/divorce drama/drug abuse crap.

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  14. copperfox3c says:

    There is something called the “Tocqueville Effect”, posited by the great Classical Liberal Alexis de Tocqueville in the 1800’s, which states that as social conditions and opportunities improve, social frustration grows faster. People become disconnected from the value of the work they do, or the safety they have. Outrage Culture takes over. In short, greater social “equality” often precipitates greater social unrest.

    I’ve written about it on by blog several times. This is a clear example of it.

    [Perhaps give links you could]

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  15. Yoda says:

    Kevin Spacey turned the set of “House of Cards” into a sick, sexual playground — where he used to harass and abuse young staffers, a report says.
    Eight people who currently work on the show or worked on it in the past have come forward and accused the Oscar-winning actor of misconduct, with at least one person claiming he was sexually assaulted.


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  16. Yoda says:

    There’s no mention of the controversy that most likely caused the huge dip in sales: the pushing of explicit and dangerous sexual practices on children. The Activist Mommy led a boycott of Teen Vogue that seems to have done the trick. Good riddance. The last few months have brought us these scintillating headlines from Teen Vogue.

    “The Beginners Guide to Healing Crystals”
    “10 Couples Get Real About Painful Sex”

    “Chrissy Teigen’s Nipple Showed on Snapchat and She’s Not Sorry”

    “The Trump Administration is Trying to Control Women’s Bodies and We Can’t Let Them”


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  17. molly says:


    Words from the navigator when I messaged him about ss and women.. women.. women..

    Down on the sea, the world grows and shrinks. It grows by the tedium of the unattainable horizon. It shrinks as the personal boundary – the offing – is so close. For every foot we climb up the lighthouse, the horizon grows with distance and shrinks like a ball being squeezed by the sky.

    So it is with the posts and comments of spawny space. They grow to the constricted subject of women, unworthy of the scope and intelligence of the writers, but made necessary by the expanding clusterfuck of the feminist world.

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  18. SFC Ton says:

    The links I want to post have been purged by the sjw ‘s at google but the best of my understanding is she never said “I lied” she said she felt bad for emits mother and that no one should have suffered like he did. Last I saw a journalist professor at Duke took her comments and spun the she lied narrative

    At one point it was well documented that emiits cousins pretty much agreed with her story and so did emits aunt, to the point they urged him not to stop gus aggressive sexual behavior, to which he replied he had taken a lot of White women in Chicago. They also tried to get him to leave town but he refused. Nor did they act in his behalf when her kin folk came knocking

    Howevere if number of links equals irrefutable proof, their is a gender wage gap based on sexism, we live in a rape culture where college age women are gang raped for sport by White frat boys, White cops murder gentle black giants for sport all day every day and a whole lot of such things. Like islam is a religion of peace, Trump only won because of the Russians etc etc world without end, amen

    You are a strange bird fuzzie, both supporting and denying the leftist agenda, with the same basic sources, as it’s suits you but all of your pandering won’t stop any random bit of urban diveristy from culturally enriching you with a lovely game of knock out king…… a game who’s victims are regularly purged by google by the way, but what the he’ll? Long as reality doesn’t interfer with posting videos of critters and supporting the leftist agenda where it fits your delusions


  19. Yoda says:

    Emails from 2014 and 2015 suggest that a top editor for the progressive magazine Mother Jones sexually assaulted subordinates and made inappropriate comments about their bodies, a report said.


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  20. Yoda says:

    I see sexism in this not

    Wednesday night on “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,” former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton dismissed calls for her to retire from politics as “rank sexism.” She also listed two other reasons why she won’t be “going away” anytime soon.



  21. Yoda says:

    Wonder if pregnant she is i do

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  22. Yoda says:

    American politics has reached a new level of absurdity today with DiGiorno and Pizza Hut both tag teaming against Papa John’s, after their founder and CEO John Schnatter called out the anti-military anti-police and anti-American protests the players keep taking part in.


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  23. Farm Boy says:

    It’s hard to disagree with Obama when she concedes “it’s powerful to have strong men,” but in a world where basic gender differences are treated as social constructs and schools have been tailored to cater more to girls, the problem is really that we don’t help boys tap into that power. Instead, we refer to strong masculinity as “toxic” and try to train men to “unlearn” it. Obama seems to believe boys should be taught to embrace respect and responsibility and compassion as hallmarks of their masculine strength; I happen to agree, but she attributes this lapse to society “protecting our men too much, so they feel a little entitled” and “a little self-righteous.”



  24. Ame says:

    Kentucky Headhunter says:
    3 November, 2017 at 2:57 pm

    Women REALLY don’t want to hear how great it’s going for other women.


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  25. Ame says:

    copperfox3c says:
    3 November, 2017 at 3:45 pm
    There is something called the “Tocqueville Effect”, posited by the great Classical Liberal Alexis de Tocqueville in the 1800’s, which states that as social conditions and opportunities improve, social frustration grows faster. People become disconnected from the value of the work they do, or the safety they have. Outrage Culture takes over. In short, greater social “equality” often precipitates greater social unrest.



  26. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Murder is murder. That the victim was black and the perpetrators were white does not excuse it. No amount of bluff or bluster on your part can change that.


  27. Farm Boy says:

    Somehow and for some reason, someone has managed to plonk a huge sculpture of an erect penis right at the top of Mount Oetscher.


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  28. RichardP says:

    Re the sculpture of an erect penis: as I scrolled down into the picture, but before I saw the words at the bottm, I thought someone was doing a joke of what the cross in the linked article below would look like with its arms cut off.



  29. Spawny Get says:

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  30. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda at 12:36pm,


  31. Yoda says:

    This is the bizarre moment a woman pinned down a ‘sex pest’ in the street, stripped off and rubbed her breasts on his face as he squirmed on the ground in a shocking anti-sexual harassment stunt.


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  32. Yoda says:

    A man and woman have been arrested after they were allegedly caught getting frisky on a flight in the US. They are said to have met one another on the Delta Flight from Los Angeles to Detroit on Sunday and got on so well that she ended up giving him a blow job.


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  33. Farm Boy says:

    If you don’t have problems, what is there to share?



  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    About the two on the domestic flight. She’ll get off with a warning and he’ll get the book thrown at him. How often do we need to hear this? At least, they were both taken into custody. That is more than can be said for the couple that had sex on an international flight months ago.


  35. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You don’t have those there. They are a North American pest. I heard the best way to rid yourself of them is to bait the trash can with raw hamburger with LOTS of tabasco. I have never tried it, but it is amusing to contemplate.
    This is supposed to be their day to cause trouble. The last thing I read recommended that all of us should just stay home. All the trouble they cause, will be theirs, exclusively.


  36. Spawny Get says:

    We have antifa-ggots. It seems that everyone to the right of Lenin is a fascist

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  37. Farm Boy says:

    Injured veteran John Wells was honored by the New Orleans Saints with their People’s Health Champion Award this year.

    But John Wells is not going to the game.
    He told the Saints he could not in good conscience enter the stadium where players are disrespecting the flag.


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  38. Farm Boy says:

    This is a good read

    America, since the ’60s, has lived through what might be called an age of white guilt. We may still be in this age, but the Trump election suggests an exhaustion with the idea of white guilt, and with the drama of culpability, innocence and correctness in which it mires us.

    White guilt is not actual guilt. Surely most whites are not assailed in the night by feelings of responsibility for America’s historical mistreatment of minorities. Moreover, all the actual guilt in the world would never be enough to support the hegemonic power that the mere pretense of guilt has exercised in American life for the last half-century.



  39. SFC Ton says:

    She may have lied Fuzzie but I want a more reliable source she lied then the the sjw’s of google, the main stream media and duke journalism school.

    We can out broad and rather common trends together to filter out a likely senir. The original versions of her story was pretty well collaborated by emits kin folk, and just like in Ferguson their initial statements changed. This changing their initial statements is a rather common occurance. We know blacks attack Whites 60 times more often then the other way around. Crime statistics show they are fond of targeting White women, soemthing like 800 times more likely to attack a White woman then White men are likely to attack a black woman. We know the msm, Google, govt etc is set to cover up the amount of black on White violence and that the msm pushes a general anti White agenda. Especially if those Whites are rural and Southern. We can also be fairly sure if she did directly recant her testimony, Obama, holder etc would have made huge political hay out of it, and likely would have sought or publicly considered pressing charges against her. Typical of the denial of civil rights kind.

    Given what we know of typical negro behaviour and that we damn well know Google, duke, the msm etc are liars of the 1st order and that recanting her testimony wasn’t used in a more overt and direct political manner we can be pretty sure her voluntary recanting her testimony was more supposition then fact

    It sucks but we absolutely can’t in any form or fashion trust the official narative on any subject. Which is why i dont buy into any of their horsehit Something you are quick to do in certian topics but you have not yet nutted up to the whole damn web of lies.

    She very well may have lied. Lord knows that ain’t rare but I ain’t yet seen a reliable source on it. And likely never will given the time passed. If she admitted to lying, she should have been hauled to jail and faced criminal charges or in a more moral and justice socity, given over to emmitts family for whatever retribution they deemed fit but the academic, political and journalistic system we have now is not a reliable source of information on any topic.

    A common weakness of moderen men, and of you too Fuzzie, is the desire for certian ideals that no longer exist, and most likely never existed in the 1st place…. all of which sets up millions of men like you for failure. Civilization requires heard hearts and harder fists to build and maintain because the world is tribal as hell and a zero sum gain game. The quicker men understand this the sooner they can move on to building better lives or at least operating in truth and reality

    Take the whole red pill

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  40. Yoda says:

    The Saints have taken a knee as a team before the national anthem on several occasions this season. Their home fans booed them when they took a knee during a moment of silence for fallen New Orleans police officer Marcus McNeil prior to a game Oct. 15 against the Lions.

    Some Saints players chimed in on the controversy Thursday, including defensive end Cameron Jordan, who claimed people “continue to ignore” why players are protesting at all.

    What their issue is I know not



  41. RichardP says:

    Ton – an entrepreneur, someone who conceives of and starts a business, requires a certain kind of personality. Once the business becomes a going concern, the business requires a different type of personality to run it than is possessed by the entrepreneur. The only businesses that succeed are the ones where the person(s) who conceived and started them can let go and turn the reins over to others with personality types better-suited to running a mature business.

    You are the entrepreneur. If the enemy ever comes to our shores, it will be you and those like you on the front lines destroying the encroaching enemy. And you and those like you will be good frontiersmen, scouting out the land and building a new civilization – if that is ever needed. But you do not have the personality to run that civilization. You are warrier class, not governing class. The warrier personality type is as necessary to civilization as the entrepreneur personality type is to the formation of new businesses. But at some point, for the long-term success of the civilization and/or business, a different management style must take over.

    Ton – you state “Civilization requires hard hearts and harder fists to build and maintain because the world is tribal as hell and a zero sum gain game.” You are correct on the “build” part. You are not correct on the “maintain” part. Once the laws get written and the guarding of those laws gets put in place, all that hard hearts and harder fists will get you is thrown in jail. A different kind of management style is required. A management style that no civilization has yet ever figured out, as all past civilizations have failed so far. Laws written and guarded that throw the hard hearts and hard fists into jail are not what are needed for the civilization to survive. But that seems to be what all civilizations come to … and then they fail.

    Captain John Smith, in Jamestown, laid down a law that he got from the Bible: if you don’t work, you don’t eat. So the criminal class who don’t work arm themselves and steal your food and mine, and eat anyway. What’s the solution? Change the rule: if you don’t work you will be shot and done away with. Why should the industrious bear the burden of keeping you alive if you won’t do it yourself? That is what is needed to maintain a civilization long-term. People poor in finances or in spirit are expensive. Either you feed them from your own resources or they riot and you have to pay for the repairs. Best solution is to just shoot them and be rid of them. Leave only the industrious folks. But good luck getting laws passed that will allow this.

    Given that you can’t pass such laws, how then do you deal with those poor in finance or spirit? There is a cost to letting them live. Who has the authority to apportion that cost, and to whom are those costs apportioned? That is the fundamental question facing the political class. Ton, in most comments you’ve made over the past several years, it is clear that your first instinct is to just shoot them and be rid of them. I have yet to see you offer a comment that demonstrates you understand that that solution cannot be implemented – and then offer a solution that can be implemented. fuzzie at least seems to recognize that shooting the expensive folks is not a real solution that can be implemented and at least struggles to discuss alternative solutions. You don’t seem to do that. The kicker here is that you Ton are correct. The only way to save civilization is to shoot the expensive folks and be rid of them. All of the solutions that the fuzzies of the world can ever come up with are different ways to spread the cost of the expensive folks around – up to the point that the civilization collapses.

    There is no solution to this dilema other than to go acquire property in the outback in Australia where you can’t be reached by civilization – and become self-sufficient. But then, you’ll probably be shot by the aborigines because you stole their land.

    The circle of life. The circle of civilizations. Build, until the needy folk overwhelm the builders. Then start over again with the building … until the needy folk …

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  42. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It is easier to look at these on a case by case basis that to try to lump them all together. In the end, you are arguing for accepting the murder of a young man based on some woman’s word that he bothered her. I don’t know about you, but that sounds to me like what feminists are arguing for and you have bought into it.
    It never ceases to amaze me how deep the gynocentrism goes.
    That you have resorted to ad hominems and concern trolling, is probably the only concession that I will get.


  43. Redpillgirlnotes says:

    I can just picture the hikers snickering as they lugged the wood up the mountain! Lol. Some people…

    This article makes me very glad I was born prior to this and very worried for what the world will be like when my girls come of age… https://www.vanityfair.com/culture/2015/08/tinder-hook-up-culture-end-of-dating

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  44. SFC Ton says:

    LOL good luck with that fuzzie. You are going to need it


  45. SFC Ton says:

    I am correct on the maintain part as well. How do you keep the downward spiral you described from happening? How do you/ we/ us maintain cvilization? With hard hearts and harder fists. It’s the softness in men allowed by civilization which allows the downward spiral you described to occur

    And you nailed that downward spiral though your description should be expanded beyond the purely eccnmoic.

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  46. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I read it, all of it. Being published in Vanity Fair, it was written for women. That the men are portrayed as getting so much action is either pure fiction or they only talked to apex males. Every story that I have heard from New York is that dating is a complete misery for men. Still, the feeling that I get is that the Tinderellas are not going to make the transition to wives. It is hard to feel sorry for them. Women collectively set the rules of engagement for the sexual marketplace. They wanted hookup culture.
    As for your daughters, by the time they are old enough to date, it will be different. However, for years I have been saying that things can’t get worse, and they do.
    From reading that article, I am beginning to agree that the last write up linked here about Tinder is correct. That seventy eight percent of women are competing for the top twenty percent of guys while the bottom eighty percent of guys have to compete for the remaining twenty two percent. Once that sinks in, that eighty percent is going to look to making other plans.
    Hypergamy is a sword that cuts both ways.


  47. SFC Ton says:

    The thing I notice about these tinder stories is they always seem to come from huge urban areas.

    Here at Camp Ton Coastal we have maybe 6000 ful time residents and 2 stop lights….. not counting tourist when it’s tourist season. We get families and old White dudes shore casting so i dont see them adding much volume to the tinder possiblities. Can’t see a man taking more then 15 minutes to cover all the tinderellas in a reasonable driving distance.

    Not sure what impact tinder has on the SMP here locally. We do have a lack of single females. Chicks move off and don’t come back unless they land a husband who can mange good paying work in our area or they come back after they crash and burn. The local men don’t tend to leave unless it’s for the military. Otherwise they get by on shit work or drive long hours. Most of the young men seem to understand this is one of the last good places to live and are not willing to leave the rivers, bay, ocean, wetlands, woods and fields to make more money in someplace you have to lock your doors at night.

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  48. SFC Ton says:

    I notice these tinder stories revolve around major urban areas. Not sure what kind of impact tinder has on the areas like. Camp Ton Coastal with our two stop lights and 6000 or so year round residents. Even during tourists season we get mostly families and fishermen.

    We have our own SMP problems, mostly because the local girls leave and don’t come back unless they marry well or crash and burn.

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  49. Yoda says:

    More than a dozen handmade stickers reading “It’s okay to be white” surfaced around Harvard Square Wednesday, prompting Cambridge officials to remove them and a Harvard Law School Dean to denounce the signs as “provocations intended to divide us.”


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  50. Redpillgirlnotes says:

    @fuzzie I wasn’t feeling sorry for the girls in the article, They don’t have to be on Tinder. I find the whole hook up culture to be empty and soul killing. I don’t even think it’s good for the guys who it’s seemingly working for, long term.

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  51. Redpillgirlnotes says:

    True Ton I don’t know anyone in my rural area who uses Tinder either. I am not sure about the young people but I hope they aren’t. Seems like a good way to make oneself so f’ed up in the head in a very short time w no going back. But at first it probably seems fun and harmless…

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  52. Yoda says:

    Most people will just see this cover and not even consider reading the article, so the question is: What is the subliminal effect of the cover? If it’s not anti-Trump, then Newsweek has failed, and I would say Newsweek has failed. Reason:

    1. Trump has a huge penis.

    2. Trump is joyously throwing money at us. He seems to be Santa Claus, flying through the air, bringing wealth.

    3. If you look closely you can see the plane says “Government Air,” but what the hell is “Government Air”? I see the plane and think of Trump’s own planes, and Trump is personally wealthy, so the money seems to flow from him, not the government. If there’s supposed to be some idea that Trump is throwing away government money on bad things, I don’t get it. Maybe I would if I read the article, but I’m not going to do that.

    4. “SNAKES” spelled backward is SEXans. I’m seeing “SEX” with Trump’s head right in the K turning it into an X (from a strikeout to a strike, to mix baseball with bowling). That’s “SEX” on top and right under him “PLAN.” In the arch of light right under the plane, the word is “PLAN.” Once you see “PLAN,” it seems to pop and glow.

    5. The man falling out of the plane is funny. Who is he? Just some guy. Subliminally, who is he to you? He’s near the words “the most corrupt,” so he’s corruption. That’s how my head reads it. Corrupt Washington, the Democratic Party and the the GOP establishment.

    6. There’s Trump, some money guy helping him, and 2 beautiful women, riding that giant cock sidesaddle.

    7. Speaking of phallic symbols: SNAKES!


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  53. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    They made their bed. Let’s let them lie in it. Of course it is soul killing. I have to wonder if that was the intention? It could have been years ago at Dalrock, but someone made the observation that only illicit sex was attractive to women. Licit sex was unpopular. It is almost as if this was planned. It’s not the guys. Were just trying to play catch up.

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  54. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda, It has been a long time since Katherine Graham owned Newsweek. Still, she might be trying this if she were. The establishment hates populist candidates and hates them all the more when they win. Maybe they are getting their licks in while they can. The way things keep building for Hillary, it looks like her picture will be on the cover for a long time.

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  55. Redpillgirlnotes says:

    @fuzzie maybe so re the guys. I doubt most are as successful on Tinder as those in the article.


  56. SFC Ton says:

    I think rural folks would like to use tinder but probably don’t becuase of logistics. Certian things just require large number of people per square mile to even sort of work. It’s probably 100 miles to the nearest metropolitan area with a dense enough population to make tinder a viable option for high value men

    Nothing is really a viable option for low value men expect creating value in themselevs but I am seeing a whole lot less of that then I use to

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  57. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am thinking that the guys were a complete fabrication. You must have a better idea than I do of what an ethical problem this is.


  58. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom has a new post. She gave us a preview.

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  59. Stephanie says:

    This interview is long but amazing!!! Especially around 45:37 and on and talking about how Western Civ is more than likely going to fail (jihadists figuring out how to disconnect our infrastructure). Single points of failure… 😦


  60. Stephanie says:

    And up there LOL

    SEXans… made me just think “TEXans” !!!!! 😀


  61. Stephanie says:

    Dang Ton!! That was a huge WALL of text!

    I don’t think I’ve ever seen you write so much at one time 😀 It was great though!

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  62. Spawny Get says:

    UK politics is exploding in a fembot driven men are awful and sexist *can I get a promotion via a no-proof-required accusation* festival of fuckery

    A great point (the article, not the twat)

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  63. Spawny Get says:

    If women politicians can’t tell a male politician to leave them alone (e.g. not put a hand on their knee) then I think that women should agree that they have no place in politics national or international.

    In my lifetime there was only one UK politician that, like her or not, was a Prime Minister of conviction and leadership…Maggie Thatcher. To my mind the issue is the quality of politician that we have today, particularly those fast-tracked by diversity seeking feckwittery.

    Politicians should be picked according to ability not box-ticking mongery

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  64. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I think that Peter Hitchens has a point. It will get to the point where female employees are unaffordable.

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  65. SFC Ton says:

    I think politicians should be chosen on a tournament style no holds barred bare knuckle brawl. None of that womanish London Prize rules bullshit either

    Not saying you’ll get great politicians but at least you will know they have a work ethic and a set of brass balls

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  66. SFC Ton says:

    Reckon I had some words saved up.

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  67. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    To expand, how many employers are going to continue to write five figure checks to ditzes that can’t last six months? You know who is picking up the slack for all this? Men with families who haven’t missed a day in years.

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  68. Yoda says:

    A 14 year-old girl was charged with racial crimes in 2014 after complaining about being raped by local Muslims.


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  69. I didn’t know Newsweek was still a thing.


  70. A 14 year-old girl was charged with racial crimes in 2014 after complaining about being raped by local Muslims.

    “Rule, Britannia! rule the waves:
    “Britons never will be slaves.”


  71. Spawny Get says:

    Mmm…yeah Kentucky. Yeah.

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  72. Spawny Get says:

    If you remember ”Top’ Gear’ you might like to know how Zippy and George’s besty Bungle made out in his film career

    Yoda had the ‘Top Gear’ links

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  73. SFC Ton says:

    Anything I have to say about hajjis and the politically correct race traitors will only hurt fuzzies tender feelings but I reckon y’all can imagine

    This should be the theme song of every White man breathing


  74. Stephanie says:

    Recent church shooting literally right down the street from where my Uncle and Aunt were living with my cousins 😥 Just happened this morning.


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  75. Stephanie says:

    They live out in the country, so my gut feeling says it’s not a jihadist (way too far out), but possibly just a lunatic liberal that hated white Christian conservatives. We’ll see though, hopefully… 😥

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  76. SFC Ton says:

    That’s terrible

    Did Texans stop carrying to church?

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  77. Stephanie says:

    should be *lived out in the country. They both passed away a couple of years ago, and the land/property passed to my older cousins who don’t live there currently. Still… that was probably their church and my cousins may know some of the people who were killed.

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  78. Yoda says:

    Good idea “Bear vs.Shark” it is
    Useful for next Sharknado movie this would be


  79. Stephanie says:

    I don’t know, Ton, we live in an urban city where most probably don’t unless their off-duty police officers. My husband always always carries no matter what, but I think most in the city just don’t.

    But this was in a rural area, but with a lot of elderly people. Maybe they were finally stopped by someone carrying, more details may come out soon.

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  80. SFC Ton says:

    I’m thinking if they are rural and elderly they were likely unarmed because such good folk like that are generally unaware of the evil lined up against them.

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  81. Stephanie says:

    😥 Yea, I don’t think my Uncle, when he was alive, carried to church… or my Grandfather who lived with them just down the street.

    Looks like it’s a white man, 33. A gen-Y’er… probably liberal or insane.

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  82. SFC Ton says:

    White like Zimmerman? Or White like the Asian/ jewish kid who went on that kill White women car rampage and mostly killed men or White like the Ton?

    Normally if the msm won’t say the race it means a non White. In this case the murderer is already dead so the msm rules will be played a little different

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  83. SFC Ton says:

    Right now the rumor is the guy murdered his family then shot up the church folks

    I can’t think of anything worse then murdering your family.

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  84. Spawny Get says:

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  85. Farm Boy says:

    Canadian Environment Minister Catherine McKenna made a conservative reporter the subject of a Vancouver news conference on Friday. McKenna accused Rebel Media reporter Christopher Wilson of referring to her as a “climate Barbie” and insisted that he promise not to do so again.


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  86. Stephanie says:

    Spawny as much as I’d love to believe that site, I think it’s fake or a lot of it is fake about the shooter. We’ll see hopefully with time… he may have been ANTIFA or liberal/democratic… that I would definitely believe.

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  87. SFC Ton says:

    Lots of rumors very little facts though it looks like this Kelly fella is the shooter.

    I will say the longer they take to put out his bio the more likeky they are covering up his poltical, religious of sexual affiliation.

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  88. Stephanie says:

    I think there’s going to be a lot more of these mass killings/church killings of Christians/conservatives/whites until we’ve finally had enough.

    They’re going to become more frequent.

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  89. Ame says:

    Stephanie – i was thinking of you and yours today as i heard about all that and wondered if you had any connections there.

    it’s absolutely heartbreaking. 😦

    it makes me angry that these kinds of incidents make people fearful for their lives in church. of all places, why should we have to carry in church?! i know … ugh. i have a friend who carries in church and has organized security detail for the little church he goes to (another state) … it’s terrible that it has to be this way 😦

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  90. Stephanie says:

    I don’t know… in my mind… I think people are CRAZY to *not* be carrying everywhere they go.

    We’re literally so infested with nutcases (of any color these days) and jihadists, it seems strange not to have protection.

    Sidenote… a couple of years ago, my daily purse was so heavy due to all the defense mechanisms I had in it (pepper spray, a heavy but easily foldable baton to beat someone with, and small gun) that I took pride in it being so heavy.

    I knew if anything went down where I was, at least I’d be somewhat ready.

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  91. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It may not be just churches. I think that any public gathering would be attractive to mass murderers.

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  92. SFC Ton says:

    If even someone was carrying doesn’t mean they would have had the field of fire or tatical skill to enage an active shooter., or the one carrying could have been the 1zt one killed in the ambush.

    Life isn’t a movie and though it’s emotionally satisfying to think one man with a gun would habe changed things, there is no reason at all to think it would have changed things.

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  93. Stephanie says:

    Thanks Ton, those articles are good.

    So he was an Atheist that hated Christians.

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  94. Spawny Get says:

    He was antifa scum

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  95. That church shooting is just terrible! I bet there is a special place in hell for people like him! And good on those guys who chased him down, talk about heroes!

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  96. Spawny Get says:

    Ton, MLK’s views on not being judged according to the colour of your skin is strangely at odds with today’s obsessed-with-race scumbag SJWs. He isn’t the hero that he once was.

    The Vagina Monologues, previously a firm fembot fave, is now considered sexist by SJWs because ‘what about the women with penises?’…Clearly an obvious question.


  97. Spawny Get says:

    Gorilla walks into a bar and orders a pint. Barman says, we don’t get many talking gorillas in here, and the gorilla replies, I’m not surprised at these prices.


  98. SFC Ton says:

    It’s hard to find original transcripts of mlks speeches because mostly he was a Marxist black supremacist with some rather nasty personal habits


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