Why Are Feminists Fat and Ugly?

Men are confused. They’re bewildered. They’ve been lectured that the innate behaviors, feelings and characteristics that defined masculinity for generations are sexist, malevolent, and need to be abandoned if men are to have any success with women.

In reality, women were told they could sleep around in their 20’s. When they hit 30 and their biological value plummets, they wonder why no good men are interested anymore.

This has led to the rise of neomasculinity – men reclaiming and re-asserting their masculinity, rejecting toxic women who have been brainwashed by cultural marxism, and working to fix the incredible harm that 3rd wave feminism has wrought on gender relations.

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This will offend fat and ugly radical feminists which is always great fun. –jtl, 429

 

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The Most Evil Government In American History

Back in World War II, we fought to rid the world of the Nazis, but now we are becoming the Nazis… Very shortly, we are going to be moving into a time when lots of really bad things are going to start happening to this nation…And you know what?… We are going to deserve all of it.

The Essence of Liberty: Volume I: Liberty and History: The Rise and Fall of the Noble Experiment with Constitutionally Limited Government (Liberty and ... Limited Government) (Volume 1)The only problem I have here is Michael’s feeble attempt at making excuses for the PETA types. Animals have rights but people don’t? As Murray Rothbard said, “If animals have rights, let them petition for them.” — jtl, 419

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America is not a great nation, and it hasn’t been for a very long time.  Any government that gives hundreds of millions of dollars each year to an organization that systematically murders babies, harvests their internal organs and ships them off to laboratories where they are used in experiments can hardly be called “great”.  The Essence of Liberty: Volume II: The Economics of Liberty (Volume 2)Back in the 1980s, Ronald Reagan referred to the Soviet Union as “the evil empire”, but today it is the Russians that are calling us “evil” and “godless”.  And you know what?  When Vladimir Putin called us “godless” he was 100 percent correct.  Someday when history judges us, we will fully deserve to be mentioned in the same breath as Stalin’s Russia, Mao’s China and Hitler’s Germany.  Our consciences have been so seared that we have The Essence of Liberty: Volume III: A Universal Philosophy of Political Economy (Liberty: A Universal Political Ethic) (Volume 3)absolutely no sense of perspective anymore.  We get all bent out of shape over the killing of Cecil the Lion in Zimbabwe, but the trafficking of the body parts and internal organs of millions of our own babies hardly elicits any reaction at all. Yes, the killing of that lion in Zimbabwe was a horrible crime, and I hope that dentist is held accountable for it.But how can that possibly compare to the absolutely sickening crimes against humanity that  Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian View are being committed by Planned Parenthood every single day?The death of Cecil the Lion has provoked a huge reaction from the American people.  The following examples come from Townhall

PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) has called for the hunter involved, Dr. Walter Palmer, to be hanged. The puppy-killing, celebrity-studded, publicity-stunt-centered organization epitomizes the insanely hypocritical, progressive approach. The death threats through Yelp and Twitter are repugnant, but unsurprising given their disdain for human life.Celebrities have tweeted their utter disgust for the wealthy dentist. Debra Messing (Will & Grace, Mysteries of Laura) says: “I want them to take his citizenship away.” Sharon Osbourne hopes that “#WalterPalmer loses his home, his practice & his money. He has already lost his soul…#WalterPalmer is Satan.” Piers Morgan, proving that being a news journalist was never his forte, tweets: “I’d love to go hunting for killer dentist Dr. Walter Palmer, so I can stuff and mount him for MY office wall.”

Combat Shooter's Handbook Reconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps Institute The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other MisfitsAnd there is nothing wrong with being upset about the death of Cecil the Lion.  It upset me as well.But what about the Nazi-like atrocities that are being carried out day after day with the full endorsement of the Obama A Handbook for Ranch Managers Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference Manualadministration?In case you have been living under a rock, you can read about all the grisly details right here and right here.I don’t know how anyone can read those articles without being absolutely sickened and horrified.So how is the White House responding to all of this?The Obama administration is staunchly defending Planned Parenthood and has chosen to attack those that made the undercover videos instead…

The White House expressed its firm belief Thursday that recently-released videos attacking Planned Parenthood are “fraudulent.” Their source: Planned Parenthood.Josh Earnest, the White House press secretary, was speaking with reporters when they raised the matter of the videos released by the Center for Medical Progress which appear to show Planned Parenthood officials discussing the sale of fetal organs for profit, a violation of federal law. He claimed the videos were released in a “fraudulent way” with “not a lot of evidence” behind them.“There is ample reason to think that this is merely the tried and true tactic that we’ve seen from extremists on the right to edit this video and selectively release this edited version of the video that grossly distorts the position of the person that’s actually speaking,” Earnest said.

This is a level of evil that is almost unspeakable.The Obama administration has stated that it will veto any bill passed by Congress to defund Planned Parenthood, and the Justice Department has already announced that it is going to conduct a formal investigation of the Center for Medical Progress.Of course the Obama administration and Congress have already known for years that Planned Parenthood was selling the body parts of dead babies.  So this is nothing new.  It is just that these new undercover videos have brought the issue into the spotlight.And the Republicans are far from innocent in this matter.  When George W. Bush was in the White House and when the Republicans had control of Congress there was no effort to try to defund Planned Parenthood even though they knew that this was going on.But Obama has taken things to a whole new level.  He seems to revel in all of this evil.  According to CNS News, the president of Planned Parenthood has actually made 39 visits to the White House since Barack Obama took power…

Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards, head of the taxpayer-subsidized abortion giant currently facing a firestorm for allegedly selling body parts harvested from aborted babies, has made personal visits to the White House 39 times since President Barack Obama took office in 2009, White House records show.According to online records on the White House website, Richards first visited the White House on Jan. 20, 2009 — the same day Obama first took office. Since then, Richards has met with Obama alone at least three times and First Lady Michelle Obama at least twice. She also met with president and his wife together another four times.

And of course the woman that many believe is most likely to be our next president is standing up for Planned Parenthood as well.  Just check out what Hillary Clinton told reporters just the other day

“It is unfortunate that Planned Parenthood has been the object of such a concerted attack for so many years,” she said, “and it’s really an attack against a woman’s right to choose, to make the most personal difficult decisions that any woman would face.”

It is hard to imagine anyone being a worse president than Barack Obama, but Hillary Clinton would certainly give him a run for his money.While the mainstream media in the United States endlessly attacks other candidates, they pretty much give Hillary Clinton a free pass even though she has far more scandals in her past than anyone.The arrogance of the Clintons is absolutely astounding.  Even though they knew that Hillary was going to run for president, Bill has still been running around sleeping with other women.  The following comes from an article that was published by the Daily Mail just this week…

Just last year Ronald Kessler’s book, ‘The First Family Detail: Secret Service Agents Reveal the Hidden Lives of Presidents,’ which detailed Hillary’s derisive treatment of her Secret Service team, claimed that Clinton had a busty mistress nicknamed ‘the Energizer’ by his security staff.Now Kessler, whose book is currently out in paperback, is in no doubt that more revelations will emerge as the presidential campaign heats up.Speaking to Daily Mail Online Kessler said: ‘There’s no question that more will be coming out about Bill Clinton’s sexual antics as the campaign heats up – more details that will surely embarrass Hillary and maybe even end up defeating her.’Among the revelations in his book are explosive claims that Clinton has a ‘blonde, busty mistress, and she’s been code named Energizer by agents.’He reveals, ‘This is unofficially, but it’s what they call her…She comes in to the Chappaqua home whenever Hillary leaves. The details coordinate to make sure they don’t cross paths. She, unlike Hillary, is very nice to the [security] agents. She’ll bring cookies.’

Sadly, the truth is that our politicians are a reflection of who we have become as a nation.The reason why we have evil leaders is because we have become evil.Back in World War II, we fought to rid the world of the Nazis, but now we are becoming the Nazis.Very shortly, we are going to be moving into a time when lots of really bad things are going to start happening to this nation.And you know what?We are going to deserve all of it.I believe that right now we are being given an opportunity to see just how wicked we have become.But there is no sign that we are turning away from that evil.  Instead, we just keep racing into even more depravity.Killing babies and selling their body parts is wicked.There is no middle ground.And since this is the path that our nation has willingly chosen, we will receive the appropriate judgment for this great evil from the God who created all things.

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Are We Being Forced Into a “Second American Civil War”… If So, Who Will Win?

 A culture war has been stirred up…Divisions are along predictable lines: racism, police abuse, controversial social issues, and plenty of left vs. right, demographics and regional baggage to clash over as well…The U.S. military agrees that the chance of a break down in the system is real.

That would be a glorious day!

The Essence of Liberty: Volume I: Liberty and History: The Rise and Fall of the Noble Experiment with Constitutionally Limited Government (Liberty and ... Limited Government) (Volume 1)Call me a nit picker if you will, but Mac missed the boat in one area–he referred to the War of Yankee Aggression as a “civil war.” It was NOT. — jtl, 419

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The Essence of Liberty: Volume II: The Economics of Liberty (Volume 2) A culture war has been stirred up.

Divisions are along predictable lines: racism, police abuse, controversial social issues, and plenty of left vs. right, demographics and regional baggage to clash over as well.

The Essence of Liberty: Volume III: A Universal Philosophy of Political Economy (Liberty: A Universal Political Ethic) (Volume 3)And by all accounts, differences and distinctions between people have been intensifying, not blurring and fading away.According to the Washington Post, many Americans have been relocating themselves in one of the 11 distinct areas of the country to live with like minded people.

The best way to keep us from fighting the real enemy is to keep us fighting amongst ourselves.

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian ViewBut could the culture war ever turn into a real war?

Some people actually think so, and it seems the military has been planning for the scenario, too. The potential for economic and societal breakdown is real.

As Infowars previously reported:

The U.S. military agrees that the chance of a break down in the system is real:

A new report from the U.S. Army War College [here is the report] discusses the use of American troops to quell civil unrest brought about by a worsening economic crisis.

The report from the War College’s Strategic Studies Institute warns that the U.S. military must prepare for a “violent, strategic dislocation inside the United States” that could be provoked by “unforeseen economic collapse” or “loss of functioning political and legal order.” [The report also warns of a possible “rapid dissolution of public order in all or significant parts of the US.”]

Combat Shooter's HandbookFormer Governor Rick Perry made a lot of noise about succession in Texas. A Russian scholar even predicted the break up of the United States into six parts (with the bankers secretly in control of the pieces, and the grander North American Union:

He also cited the “vulnerable political setup”, “lack of unified national laws”, and “divisions among the elite, which have become clear in these crisis conditions.”

He predicted that the U.S. will break up into six parts – the Pacific coast, with its growing Chinese population; the South, with its Hispanics; Texas, where independence movements are on the rise; the Atlantic coast, with its distinct and separate mentality; five of the poorer central states with their large Native American populations; and the northern states, where the influence from Canada is strong.

Reconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps Institute Here’s part of the long answer that one former Marine, Jon Davis, gave to the question, “If every state of the USA declared war against each other, which would win?.”

These are the accounts of the Second American Civil War, also known as the Wars of Reunification and the American Warring States Period.

After the breakup many wondered which states would come out in control of the power void created by the dissolution of the United States. There were many with little chance against several of the larger more powerful states. The states in possession of a large population, predisposition for military bases and a population open to the idea of warfare fared the best. In the long term we would look to states with self-sufficiency and long term military capabilities.

Here are the states that held the greatest strategic value from day one. They have the ability to be self-sufficient, economic strength, military strength, the will to fight and the population to support a powerful war machine.

California
Texas
New York
Others that have many of the qualities that gave them an advantage are also listed.

Washington
Colorado
Illinois
Virginia
Florida
Georgia

The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other MisfitsHis full answer includes sample journals from the nearly 3,000 day war he envisions (which is now being optioned by Hollywood). To make a long story short, California, Texas and New York become the power bases for the 2nd American Civil War, and each carves out an empire from the mainland of allied or subjugated states, which add to the balance of resources.

Here is Davis’ final map and full account:

The attempts to reunify the former nation are shaky at best.

A Handbook for Ranch Managers Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference ManualThings may not be as simply as carefully divided states, but there are already many layers of conflict throughout society, and some of it has already turned to violence, riots and bloodshed.

Unfortunately, it can happen here. But will it?

How much farther will things go? And will any notice the hidden hand behind those events?

Who are the real controllers, and who stands to gain from a new civil war?

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Lies My History Teacher Told Me.

My high school history teachers all seemed to be ex-jocks who weren’t athletically talented enough to make it to the majors. The main chance for them to continue playing games for pay was to join the teaching profession and coach high school athletics. American history was of secondary importance in many small town high schools but it hardly made the list of interests for coaches, who reluctantly accepted the job; and so my classmates and I “learned” our lessons from some very uninspired, very bored and/or very uninformed teachers who would rather have been on the playing field.

The Essence of Liberty: Volume I: Liberty and History: The Rise and Fall of the Noble Experiment with Constitutionally Limited Government (Liberty and ... Limited Government) (Volume 1)From personal experience this is right on for West Texas where high school football is the State funded religion. I suspect that it is true for all of “small town uSA.” In “big town uSA” they don’t even pretend to teach history. — jtl, 419

August 6, 2015, is the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, a civilian city that had minimal military value, despite the claims of President Truman when he announced the event to the American people.

The whole truth of what the Nuremburg tribunal  The Essence of Liberty: Volume II: The Economics of Liberty (Volume 2) would later help define as an international war crime and a crime against humanity has been heavily censored and mythologized ever since war-weary Americans in 1945 accepted the propaganda that the bombings were necessary to shorten the war and prevent the loss of a million US soldiers during the allegedly planned November 1945 invasion.

The Essence of Liberty: Volume III: A Universal Philosophy of Political Economy (Liberty: A Universal Political Ethic) (Volume 3)Of course, the reason that the United States wasn’t sanctioned like Germany was for the Jewish holocaust was that America was the victor and the occupier and thus it was in charge of making and enforcing the rules in the New World Order.

The United States military ambushed the equally defenseless Nagasaki City Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian View three days later with the second atomic bomb to ever be used against a civilian population (that no longer had any military value to Japan). “Fat Man”, the plutonium bomb named after Winston Churchill, was detonated before the Japanese leadership fully understood what had happened at Hiroshima.

<<<Lies my History Teachers Told Me>>>

Combat Shooter's Handbook Reconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps Institute The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other MisfitsMy high school history teachers all seemed to be ex-jocks who weren’t athletically talented enough to make it to the majors. The main chance for them to continue playing games for pay was to join the teaching profession and coach A Handbook for Ranch Managers Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference Manualhigh school athletics. American history was of secondary importance in many small town high schools but it hardly made the list of interests for coaches, who reluctantly accepted the job; and so my classmates and I “learned” our lessons from some very uninspired, very bored and/or very uninformed teachers who would rather have been on the playing field.

In my coach’s defense, the history books that they had to teach from had been highly censored in order to promote patriotism; and so we “learned” that most everything that the “noble” British colonizers and “honorable” US empire builders ever did in the history of warfare was self-sacrificing, democracy-promoting and Christianizing – and that everything their freedom-seeking, revolutionary colonial victims did was barbaric, atheistic and evil. Anybody who resisted colonial oppressors was treated as a terrorist.

It was from these history books that we learned about the “glorious” end of the war against Japan via nuclear incineration. Everybody in my high school, including myself, swallowed the post-war propaganda hook, line and sinker.

<<<50,000 American soldiers deserted or went AWOL during WWII>>>

Of course, I now realize that my classmates and I, just like most other Americans (including the volunteer or conscripted members of the military), have been naïve victims of “lies our history teachers taught us”. In their defense, those teachers had been misled in their own schooling by equally mis-informed teachers who got their information from a variety of dis-informers who wrote the books: and those authors were the war- and empire-justifying militarists and assorted uber-patriotic pseudo-historians who had been duped into believing the myth of American exceptionalism.

Not included in that group of true believers were the 50,000 WWII American soldier-members of the “Greatest Generation” who, in many cases, logically and understandably deserted or went AWOL during their war service, a reality that has been conveniently censored out of our consciousness.

<<<The First Casualty of War is Truth>>>

One of General Douglas MacArthur’s first acts after taking over as Viceroy of Japan was to confiscate or otherwise destroy all the photographic evidence documenting the horrors of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. He imposed total censorship over journalists who wanted to report to the world about what had really happened at Ground Zero, again proving the old adage that “the first casualty of war is truth”. Embedding journalists in the US military so that only America-friendly reportage happened wasn’t the original idea of General Stormin’ Norman Schwarzkopf in Gulf War I.

Back in 1995, the Smithsonian Institution was preparing to correct some of the 50-year-old pseudo-patriotic myths about the Pacific War by staging an honest, historically-accurate display dealing with the atomic bombings from the Japanese civilian perspective.

Swift, vehement and well-orchestrated condemnations directed at the Smithsonian historian’s plans to tell unwelcome truths about war came from right-wing pro-war veterans organizations,  the GOP-dominated Congress at the time, and other militarist groups (such as Newt Gingrich’s paymaster Lockheed Martin, one of many war-profiteering merchants-of-death multinationals whose profits and products depend on Congressional and Pentagon largesse). Gingrich actually threatened to stop federal funding of the Smithsonian, thus forcing it to censor-out all of the contextually important parts of the real story. And so the pseudo-patriotic myths about Hiroshima and Nagasaki continue to be preserved to this very day.

<<<Historical Illiteracy in America is Endemic>>>

We historically-illiterate Americans are blocked, again and again, from learning historical truths about the American Empire – and the control that the military and multinational corporations have over it. Anything that might shake voter confidence in – or incite grassroots revolution against – the unelected ruling elites, the Pentagon or the conscienceless transnational corporations (that control our two major party politicians, the mainstream media and the “invisible hand of the market”) is verboten.

The Smithsonian historians did have a gun to their heads, of course, but in the melee, we voters failed to learn an important historical point, and that is this: the war in the Pacific could have ended in the spring of 1945 without the need for the August atomic bombings, and therefore there might have been no Okinawa bloodbath that senselessly doomed thousands of American Marines, soldiers and sailors.

And there would have been no need for an American land invasion of Japan in November. Indeed, in the 1980s, released top secret records revealed that the contingency plans for a large-scale US invasion (planned for no sooner than November 1, 1945) would have been unnecessary.

To the victors go the spoils, and the American victors were the ones running the war crimes tribunals and thus also determined the content of my history text books.

<<America’s Leaders Knew that Japan was Searching for ways to Honorably Surrender Months before Hiroshima>>>

American intelligence agencies, with the full knowledge of President Roosevelt’s and President Truman’s administrations, were fully aware of Japan’s search for ways to honorably surrender months before Truman gave the fateful order to incinerate Hiroshima.

Japan was working on peace negotiations through its ambassador in Moscow as early as April of 1945, with surrender feelers from Japan occurring as far back as 1944. Truman knew of these developments because the US had broken the Japanese code even before Pearl Harbor, and all of Japan’s military and diplomatic messages were being intercepted. On July 13, 1945, Foreign Minister Togo wrote: “Unconditional surrender (giving up all sovereignty, including the deposing of Emperor Hirohito) is the only obstacle to peace.”

Truman’s advisors knew about these efforts, and the war could have ended through diplomacy by simply conceding a post-war figurehead position for the emperor (who was regarded as a deity in Japan). That reasonable concession was – seemingly illogically – refused by the US in their demands for unconditional surrender, which was first demanded at the 1943 Casablanca Conference between Roosevelt and Churchill and then reiterated at the Potsdam Conference between Truman, Churchill and Stalin. Still, the Japanese continued searching for an honorable peace through negotiations.

Even Secretary of War Henry Stimson said: “the true question was not whether surrender could have been achieved without the use of the bomb but whether a different diplomatic and military course would have led to an earlier surrender. A large segment of the Japanese cabinet was ready in the spring of 1945 to accept substantially the same terms as those finally agreed on.” In other words, Stimson knew that the US could have ended the war before Hiroshima.

<<<The Unreasonable Demand for Japan’s Unconditional Surrender Prolonged the War>>>

After Japan officially surrendered on August 15, 1945, MacArthur allowed the emperor to remain in place as spiritual head of Japan, the very condition that forced the Japanese leadership to refuse to accept the earlier, humiliating, “unconditional surrender” terms.

So the two essential questions that need answering in order to comprehend what was going on behind the scenes are these:  1) Why did the US refuse to accept Japan’s only demand concerning its surrender (the retention of the emperor) and 2) why were the atomic bombs used when victory in the Pacific was assured?

<<<The Factors Leading up to the Decision to use the Most Barbaric Weapons of Mass Destruction in the History of Warfare>>>

There are a number of factors that contributed to the Truman administration’s fateful decision to use the atomic bombs.

1) Investment. The US had made a huge investment in time, mind and money (a massive 2 billion in 1940 dollars) to produce three bombs, and there was no inclination – and no guts – to stop the momentum.

2) Revenge. The US military and political leadership – as did many ordinary Americans – had a tremendous appetite for revenge because of the Pearl Harbor “surprise” attack. Mercy wasn’t in the mindset of the US military, the war-weary populace or even of average American Christians and their churches. The missions against Hiroshima and Nagasaki were accepted as necessary, with no questions asked, by most of those folks who only knew the sanitized, national security state version of events. Most Americans wanted to believe the cunningly-orchestrated propaganda.

3) A “use it or lose it” mentality and scientific curiosity. The fissionable material in Hiroshima’s bomb was uranium. The Trinity test bomb (exploded on July 16, 1945) and the Nagasaki bomb were plutonium bombs. Scientific curiosity was a significant factor that pushed the project to its deadly completion. The Manhattan Project leaders were curious. “What would happen if a city was leveled by a single uranium bomb?” “What would happen if plutonium was used?” Now that the war against Nazi Germany (the original intended target) was over, the most conscientious scientists felt that the bombs should not be used against civilian targets.

4) “Orders are orders”. Actually, the military decision to drop both bombs had been made well in advance of August 1945. Accepting the surrender of Japan prior to their use was not an option if the experiment was to go ahead. It should be obvious to anybody that the three-day interval between the two bombs was unconscionably short if the purpose of the first bomb was to force immediate surrender. Japan’s communications and transportation capabilities were in shambles, and no one, neither the US military nor the Japanese high command, fully understood what had happened at Hiroshima. (It is a fascinating fact that the Manhattan Project had been so top secret that even MacArthur, commanding general of the entire Pacific theatre, had been kept out of the loop – until July 1.)

5) The Russians. Stalin had proclaimed his intent to enter the war with Japan 90 days after V-E Day (Victory in Europe Day, May 8, 1945), which would have been two days after Hiroshima was bombed. Indeed, Russia did declare war on Japan on August 8 and was advancing eastward across Manchuria when Nagasaki City, the center of Japanese Christianity, was incinerated.

Certainly Russia was still feeling the sting of humiliating defeat and the loss of territory from the disastrous Russo-Japanese War of 1905 when they were beaten by upstart Japan. Elephants and ego-bloated nation-states have long memories, especially when they lose an argument, lose a fight or are embarrassed in public. Witness the 150-year-old enduring promise from segregationist devotees of the Confederate flag like Dylan Roof, the KKK, and the White Citizen’s Councils that “The South Will Rise Again”; or consider the rabid right-wing, sociopathic NeoNazis all around the world in their devotion to Adolf Hitler and their symbol of fascism, the Swastika.

The US didn’t want Japan surrendering to Russia and thus sharing the spoils of war. Russia was soon to be one of only two world superpowers – and therefore a future enemy of the United States. So the first “messages” of the Cold War were sent by the US to the USSR on August 6 and 9, 1945: “Stalin, stay away from Japan’s carcass. We own it. And besides, we have the bomb.”

Russia didn’t receive the spoils of the Pacific War that they had anticipated, and the two superpowers were instantly mired in the multi-trillion dollar stalemated nuclear arms race and the multitude of proxy wars that regularly risked the total extinction of humanity. What also happened along the way was the moral bankruptcy of both of the paranoid super-power nations that insisted on fighting the stupid cold war, a war that was fueled by war-profiteering corporations and borrow and spend economics.

<<<The Reality for the Innocent Casualties of War>>>

An estimated 80,000 innocent civilians, plus 20,000 weaponless young Japanese conscripts died instantly in the Hiroshima bombing raid. Hundreds of thousands more suffered slow deaths and disabilities from agonizing burns, radiation sickness, leukemia, anemia, thrombocytopenia and untreatable infections. The Japanese survivors and their progeny suffered a fate similar to the survivors and progeny of America’s “Atomic Soldiers”. (Atomic Soldiers were those soldiers who were exposed, in the line of duty, to the hundreds of nuclear tests in the 50s and 60s or to the depleted uranium that the US military used in the two Gulf Wars.) Each of those groups were afflicted with horrible radiation-induced illnesses, congenital anomalies, genetic mutations, immune deficiencies, cancers and premature deaths, still going on to this very minute.

(Another shameful reality that has been covered up is the fact that 12 American Navy pilots, their existence well known to the US command prior to the bombing, were instantly incinerated in the Hiroshima jail on that fateful day.)

<<<Military Myths That our Teachers Taught us>>>

So the official War Department-approved, highly censored version of the end of the war in the Pacific was added to an ever-lengthening list of myths that we Americans have been continuously fed by our corporate-controlled military, political and media opinion leaders. In the process, the gruesomeness and cruelty of war has been cunningly propagandized so that we consumers of information see only the glorification of American militarism.

Among the other censored out realities include what really happened in the US military’s participation in the destabilize-and-conquer campaigns and coups d’etat in Ukraine, Honduras, Venezuela, Libya, and bloody invasions and/or occupations of Korea, Iran, Viet Nam, Laos, Cambodia, Lebanon, Grenada, Panama, the Philippines, Chile, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Haiti, Colombia, Kuwait, Iraq, Afghanistan, etc, etc. This list doesn’t necessarily cover the uncountable secret Pentagon/CIA covert operations and assassination plots in the rest of the world, where some 150 “sovereign” nations have been coerced into allowing the building of American military bases (permission lavishly paid for by bribes or threats of economic or military sanctions).

But somehow most of us still hang on to our shaky “my country right or wrong” patriotism, desperately wanting to believe the cunningly-orchestrated myths that say that the war-profiteering corporate elite (and the politicians, military leaders and media talking heads who are in their employ) only work for peace, justice, equality, liberty and “making the world safe”, not for democracy, but for predatory capitalism.

While it is true that the US military has faced down the occasional despot, with necessary sacrifice from dead and incurably-wounded (in body, mind and spirit) American soldiers and veterans, more often than not the rationalizations for going to war are the same as those of the “godless communists”, the anti-American “insurgents” and “freedom fighters” who just want us Yankees to go home where we belong.

August 6 and 9, 1945 are just two more examples of the brain-washing that goes on in all “total war” political agendas, which are consistently accompanied by the inevitable human death and destruction that is euphemistically labeled “splendid slaughter”, “collateral damage” or “friendly fire”.

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It might already be too late to rescue and resuscitate the (mythical?) moribund humanitarian, peacemaking America that we used to know and love. It might be too late to effectively confront the corporate hijacking of liberal democracy in America. It might be too late to successfully bring down the arrogant and greedy ruling elites who are selfishly dragging our planet down the road to destruction. The rolling coups d’etat orchestrated by the  profiteers of what I call Friendly American Fascism may have already accomplished its goals.

But I suppose there is always hope. Rather than being silent about the destabilizing conflicts that the war-mongers are provoking all over the planet (with the very willing assistance of Wall Street, the Pentagon, the weapons industries and their lapdogs in Congress), people of conscience need to start learning the whole truth of history, despite the psychological discomfort that they may feel (cognitive dissonance) when the lies that they had been led to believe can’t be believed any more. We need to start owning up to America’s uncountable war crimes that have been orchestrated in our names.

And so the whistle-blowers among us need to rise up in dissent, go to the streets in protest and courageously refuse to cooperate with those sociopathic personalities that have gradually transformed America into a criminal rogue state. Like Nazi Germany or Fascist Japan, rogue nations throughout history have been eventually targeted for downfall by its billions of angry, fed-up, suffering victims who live both inside and outside its borders. That fate awaits America unless its leaders confesses their sins, honestly ask for forgiveness and truly promise to join the peace-loving human race.

Doing what is right for the whole of humanity for a change, rather than just doing what is profitable or advantageous for our over-privileged, over-consumptive, toxic and unsustainable American way of life, would be real honor, real patriotism and an essential start toward real peace.

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Dr Kohls is a retired family physician from Duluth, Minnesota who practiced holistic (non-drug) mental health care for the last decade of his career. He often dealt with the horrific psychological consequences of veterans (and civilians) who had suffered psychological, neurological and/or spiritual trauma. He continues to be involved in peace, nonviolence and justice issues and often writes about mental ill health, toxic food issues, corporate pollution, the corporate-controlled media, corporate-controlled politics, crony capitalism, militarism, racism, fascism, imperialism, totalitarianism, economic oppression, anti-environmentalism and other violent, unsustainable, anti-democratic movements.

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A DYING TEEN, A FRIGHTENED CALLER, AND THE “F” WORD (AUDIO)

 So outraged was Sanchez when he heard Esperanza Quintero use the word in a moment of extreme frustration that he was willing to let a young man die and to increase the level of stress for this scared teenaged girl.

Combat Shooter's HandbookSanchez needs to be castrated and his foot stuck through the hole in the sack. — jtl, 419

by Indy Annie via American News X

 A teenager who has been shot and is gravely  The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other Misfitswounded, a friend who is on her phone talking to a 911 dispatcher, and one “bad word.” Fuck. That’s the word that so incensed Albuquerque emergency dispatcher Matthew Sanchez on June 26 that he hung up on a hysterical girl who was trying to get help for her dying friend. Fuck. Apparently he had Reconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps Institutenever heard it before in his 10-year career with the city’s Fire Department. Had never heard it from any other distraught and stressed citizen. Had never heard it uttered even once by a colleague. Had never even said it himself in a rare moment of aggravation.

QUINTERO, the caller: I’m doing CPR as we speak. I’m keeping him alive.

SANCHEZ, the dispatcher: Okay, is he not breathing?

QUINTERO: Barely. Stay with him. [inaudible] Stay with him, good job. Just stay with me, okay, okay. There you go. Good job Jaydon.

SANCHEZ: Is he breathing?

QUINTERO: He’s barely breathing. How many times do I have to f—— tell you?

SANCHEZ: Okay, you know what ma’am? You could deal with it yourself. I’m not gonna deal with this, okay?

QUINTERO: No, my friend is dying —

Sanchez ended the call mid-sentence.

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Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian ViewEmergency responders were already on their way to the scene, an apparent drive-by shooting where the shot teen, Jaydon Chavez-Silver, was not the target. He was attending a house party when the random shots hit him. He was pronounced dead at a local hospital.

A Handbook for Ranch Managers Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference Manual Ah, but Sanchez, he of the virgin ears, knew only that, while crews were en route, a hysterical young woman used the very bad word and he was so upset that he hung up on her. For this he was placed on administrative leave. Slap on hands, tsk tsk tsk, naughty boy! After local media got wind of the story, it was picked up by national news. Tuesday evening, Matthew Sanchez resigned.

All this over a word. Fuck. All this over someone who refused to do his job because he could not handle the sound of one word. Fuck. All this over an innocent man dead from random gunshots and a frightened young woman who used one bad word in a moment of frustration. Fuck.

Why is this word considered the “Queen Mother of Bad Words,” as Ralphie from “A Christmas Story” so solemnly opined. We’re all adults here, but even kids learn this word and know it and use it when no grown-up ears are there to hear. It is one of several words that are considered taboo in “polite company” and in many social and official settings. Decorum demands certain standards in certain situations, and that is understandable. A shooting victim bleeding on the floor, dying while a friend performs CPR and tries to get help is NOT one of those situations.

Ms. Quintero even apologized to Sanchez in an interview on KOAT-TV ” “I’m sorry. I’m sorry that I gave you attitude or I got upset with you,” she said, adding she does not think that excuses his reaction.”

I would like to feel sorry that a 10-year veteran firefighter is out of a job. I do feel sorry for his family, just as my heart aches for the family of Jaydon Chavez-Silver and for Esperanza Quintero who lost a friend and who needed reassurance and comfort that she did not get from 911 dispatcher Matthew Sanchez. Credit is due Sanchez, though, for finally, over one month after the fact, doing the right thing: resigning. If someone is of the temperament that the use of one word from a hysterical caller prevents them from doing their job, then they clearly are in the wrong profession.

Indy Annie is a native Hoosier, IU graduate, and writer/blogger who has lived all over the country, as well as overseas. She is currently working on her version of the Great American Novel.

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‘What lion?’ Zimbabweans ask, amid global Cecil circus

 “Why are the Americans more concerned than us?” said Joseph Mabuwa, a 33-year-old father-of-two cleaning his car in the center of the capital. “We never hear them speak out when villagers are killed by lions and elephants in Hwange.”

Reconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps Institute Africans love hunters like Palmer because they dump tons of money into their local economies. Plus: they are usually given the meat to eat and the hunting controls the animal populations.

The spittle chins that hate hunting (another aspect of the Culture War) seem to have a The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other Misfitshard time seeing that death by a swift bullet is much more “humane” than is a slow starvation due to overpopulation. — jtl, 419

Girl holds sign at the doorway of Bloomington's River Bluff Dental clinic in protest against the killing of a famous lion in Zimbabwe
Piper Hoppe, 10, from Minnetonka, Minnesota, holds a sign at the doorway of River Bluff Dental clinic …

 

By MacDonald Dzirutwe via Yahoo News

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian View  HARARE (Reuters) – As social media exploded with outrage this week at the killing of Cecil the lion, the untimely passing of the celebrated predator at the hands of an American dentist went largely unnoticed in the animal’s native Zimbabwe.

Combat Shooter's Handbook “What lion?” acting information minister Prisca Mupfumira asked in response to a request for comment about Cecil, who was at that moment topping global news bulletins and generating reams of abuse for his killer on websites in the United States and Europe.

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A Handbook for Ranch Managers Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference ManualOne title had to rely on foreign news agency copy because it failed to send a reporter to the court appearance of two locals involved.

In contrast, the previous evening 200 people stood in protest outside the suburban Minneapolis dental practice of 55-year-old Walter Palmer, calling for him to be extradited to Zimbabwe to face charges of taking part in an illegal hunt.

Local police are also investigating death threats against Palmer, whose location is not known. Because many of the threats were online, police are having difficulty determining their origins and credibility.

Palmer, a lifelong big game hunter, has admitted killing Cecil with a bow and arrow on July 1 near Zimbabwe’s Hwange national park, but said he had hired professional local guides with the required hunting permits and believed the hunt was legal.

For most people in the southern African nation, where unemployment tops 80 percent and the economy continues to feel the after-effects of billion percent hyperinflation a decade ago, the uproar had all the hallmarks of a ‘First World Problem’.

“Are you saying that all this noise is about a dead lion? Lions are killed all the time in this country,” said Tryphina Kaseke, a used-clothes hawker on the streets of Harare. “What is so special about this one?”

As with many countries in Africa, in Zimbabwe big wild animals such as lions, elephants or hippos are seen either as a potential meal, or a threat to people and property that needs to be controlled or killed.

The world of Palmer, who paid $50,000 to kill 13-year-old Cecil, is a very different one from that inhabited by millions of rural Africans who are more than occasionally victims of wild animal attacks.

According to CrocBITE, a database, from January 2008 to October 2013, there were more than 460 recorded attacks by Nile crocodiles, most of them fatal. That tally is almost certainly a massive underrepresentation.

“Why are the Americans more concerned than us?” said Joseph Mabuwa, a 33-year-old father-of-two cleaning his car in the center of the capital. “We never hear them speak out when villagers are killed by lions and elephants in Hwange.”

(Additional reporting by Ed Stoddard in Johannesburg; Editing by Ed Cropley and Giles Elgood)

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The Marine Corps Institute (MCI) develops correspondence courses for Marines with all kinds of Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) on all manner of subjects. This is one of those courses.

The print is relatively small because that is the way it was in the original and this is an exact reproduction. Also, as a tribute to the individual (and a touch of reality), you will notice that the editorial pencil marks and underlined passages that were put there by the Marine that took this course. They were intentionally left in the reproduction.

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Cecil the Lion Ranks Higher Than Planned Parenthood’s Baby Holocaust

And whether or not the lion’s death will open eyes, it certainly is reaching more eyes than Planned Parenthood’s trespasses — thanks to our media.

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian View“Only a fool would believe anything he hears or sees via the mainstream media.”

I said that during a pissing contest on LinkedIn. It was met with: “This is exhibit ‘A’. Blather from the swamp” and “Let me get my tinfoil hat on and  Combat Shooter's Handbook eread it…………..nope, still pure BS.”

So let me revise it a bit. Only a DAMNED FOOL would believe anything s/he hears or sees on the mainstream media.

If you really want to know what an sick bunch of bastards the collective has become, read this carefully. — jtl, 419

Cecil the Lion Ranks Higher Than Planned Parenthood’s Baby Holocaust

“Only one good thing comes out of this. Thousands of people have read the story and have also been shocked. Their eyes opened to the dark side of human nature.”  The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other MisfitsrThis statement wasn’t made about Planned Parenthood, the baby-murdering organization recently discovered to have been trafficking human body parts for money. Rather, made by famed primatologist Jane Goodall, the remark referenced the killing of Cecil the Zimbabwean lion by Reconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps InstituteMinnesota dentist Dr. Walter Palmer. And whether or not the lion’s death will open eyes, it certainly is reaching more eyes than Planned Parenthood’s trespasses — thanks to our media.

In fact, writes Lifesite News, “broadcast news The Essence of Liberty: Volume I: Liberty and History: The Rise and Fall of the Noble Experiment with Constitutionally Limited Government (Liberty and ... Limited Government) (Volume 1) The Essence of Liberty: Volume II: The Economics of Liberty (Volume 2) The Essence of Liberty: Volume III: A Universal Philosophy of Political Economy (Liberty: A Universal Political Ethic) (Volume 3)shows spent more time in one day on Cecil the Lion than they did on the Planned Parenthood videos in two weeks. Continued the site:

A Handbook for Ranch Managers Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference ManualThe three broadcast networks, ABC, NBC and CBS censored the third video released Tuesday by the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) exposing Planned Parenthood’s practice of harvesting aborted baby parts — censored it at Planned Parenthood’s urging. But the news shows did find more than 14 minutes for a more important story: the “outrage” over the shooting of Cecil, a famed African lion….

Tuesday, the networks spent 5 minutes, 44 seconds during their evening news shows on Cecil — and that’s not even counting the teasers. Wednesday morning, ABC, NBC and CBS lamented over the lion for 8 minutes, 17 seconds.

But they couldn’t do the same for a story of babies “picked” apart by tweezers.

Radio giant Rush Limbaugh also noted the disparity, saying on his show yesterday, “I love cats, too, and I think Cecil is a great name for a lion. In fact, if I ever get another cat I’m gonna name it Cecil in honor of this one…. But how in the world can you get teary-eyed and misty-eyed and sad over Cecil and, at the same time, participate in burying what’s happening at Planned Parenthood?”

Perhaps the mainstream media can explain it. As Lifesite also reported, Good Morning America co-anchor Lara Spencer closed her July 29 segment about the lion with “There are no words” (except, apparently, enough for oodles of coverage). Co-anchor Gayle King of CBS’ This Morning lamented, “The more you hear about it, the more upsetting it is.” Host of CBS’ Evening News Scott Pelley analogized, “It’s as if someone had killed Lassie.” Jimmy Kimmel actually got choked up and teary on his July 28 program, as he devoted 4 minutes, 42 seconds to Cecil. And British journalist Piers Morgan did one better, actually issuing a (tongue-in-cheek) death threat, saying that he and accomplices should track down Dr. Palmer, “skin him alive, cut his head from his neck, and took [sic] a bunch of photos of us all grinning inanely at his quivering flesh,” related Lifesite. Interestingly, this scenario roughly approximates what Planned Parenthood regularly does to babies.

Yet there isn’t nearly the same passion displayed for those trafficked babies, is there? Sure, it’s obligatory (in most people’s minds) to mouth the necessary platitudes about the selling of human body parts, to say “of course it’s unacceptable.” But tone speaks louder than words: If you want to know what someone wants you to believe he believes, listen to what he says; if you want to know what he really believes, listen to how he says it.

And what a tone it is. Palmer has quickly become the most hated man in America; his dental practice is shuttered, a sign on its door states “ROT IN HELL,” and he’s in hiding after receiving death threats. Planned Parenthood isn’t getting the same treatment, however, and could you imagine if it did? Death threats, shuttered offices, and doctors driven underground? The stories would be about “violent,” intolerant pro-lifers quashing women’s rights. But with Palmer it’s no-holds-barred.

There are many reasons for our skewed sense of proportion. Obviously, exposing Planned Parenthood undermines the media’s pro-abortion agenda; moreover, reporters are human (at least mostly), and many no doubt are uncomfortable facing the reality of what they support. In contrast, animal “rights” and environmentalism are part of their agenda, and generations of children have been imbued with that agenda. It’s also worth noting that we’ve grown up with cartoons that anthropomorphize animals, showing them laughing, crying, and talking. But because they don’t actually talk in real life, they don’t enrage us arguing about religion or politics. So the reality is that the creatures we love most — and hate most — are people.

But the root cause of our skewed sense of proportion is deeper. We value things based on our assessment of what they are. If we recognize man as a divine being infused with a soul, our reckoning of his worth will be far different than if we suppose he’s just some pounds of chemicals and water, an organic robot — and an often annoying one at that. Thus, it’s no coincidence that the people who care more about the lion than the babies are secularists.

Don’t misunderstand me, I don’t like the unnecessary killing of animals, either, and I certainly believe in preserving threatened species. We’re called to be good shepherds of the Earth. But that we can consider ourselves “called” to do anything bespeaks of man’s singular status among creatures; animals don’t have callings, only instincts. Man, however, possesses intellect and free will and has moral (and too often immoral) agency. Of course, this is where the neo-nature-worshipers will utter the requisite statements about how animals are “so much better than man,” displaying the very mentality that places terminated and trafficked babies second to Cecil. But we might note here experts’ lamentations about the consequences of Cecil’s passing: The next lion in the hierarchy, Jericho, will take over the pride and “most likely kill all of Cecil’s cubs.” Moreover, the lionesses “could die trying to defend those young,” we’re told. This was related without judgment, except perhaps the implied variety about the man who created the situation.

Yet if a man married a woman with children, proceeded to kill the kids and then their mother when she came to their defense, we’d want his neck. Why, he might even, for a moment, be half as hated as Palmer. And that’s the point: We expect such behavior from Jericho the big cat. He’s just being a lion. But we expect a man to do better. And we’re aghast when he doesn’t. This is why G.K. Chesterton once said, “Man is always something worse or something better than an animal; and a mere argument from animal perfection never touches him at all. Thus, in sex no animal is either chivalrous or obscene. And thus no animal ever invented anything so bad as drunkenness — or so good as drink.”

Something better or “something worse.” The killing of young is, as some Zimbabwean experts put it, “standard procedure for lions.” So it is for Planned Parenthood, too. And it’s tolerated, and often sanctioned, by its millions of apologists. In fact, something far worse than an animal, they’re willing to turn a blind eye to the rending of babies’ little bodies with tweezers and the selling of their body parts for profit.

There was another group that had little respect for human life but exalted animals. It outlawed vivisection, banned commercial animal trapping, restricted hunting, and regulated the boiling of lobsters and crabs. One of its leaders even sent a man to a concentration camp for slicing up a bait frog.

It was the Nazis.

They dealt in human body parts, too, by the way.

Cecil apparently was a special feline, and we can lament this Lion King’s passing. But when our lyin’ kings of the media cry more for him than innumerable murdered, mutilated, and marketed babies, we can only ask one question about their sense of proportion:

Media, to you, how many human lives is one lion worth?

Photo of Cecil the lion: AP Images

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Ann Coulter and the Manufacture of Pedophilia

 As so often happens when I read of Mexico in the American press, I see little resemblance to the country I  live in.

The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other MisfitsAmericans always have been some of the most insular people on earth. Does anybody remember the old “sixties model” book entitled “The Ugly American?” — jtl, 419

by Fred Reed via Fred On Everything

  Reconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps Institute Enough. I shall go deep into the Okefenokee Swamp, dwell in  a hut of clay and wattles made, and live on crocodile meat and watermelons. The modern world is too much for me.

I have just read ¡Adios, America!  by Ann  Combat Shooter's Handbook Coulter, and discovered that Mexico, my current home, is a suppurating moral sore where  men of fifty can legally screw little girls of twelve. Yes. It is perfectly legal.  I know this is true because Miss Coulter says it is true. All a drooling pervert has to do is sweet-talk the child.“Hey, leetle girl, want Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian Viewan ice-cream cone? I geeve you a nice toy eef you let me….”

I am grateful to Miss Ann for the information. I have lived thirteen years in Mexico without encountering this astonishment. The Mexicans The Essence of Liberty: Volume I: Liberty and History: The Rise and Fall of the Noble Experiment with Constitutionally Limited Government (Liberty and ... Limited Government) (Volume 1) The Essence of Liberty: Volume II: The Economics of Liberty (Volume 2) The Essence of Liberty: Volume III: A Universal Philosophy of Political Economy (Liberty: A Universal Political Ethic) (Volume 3)have not heard of it either. Mexican attorneys are unaware of it. The penal codes are barren of it. She in lone splendor knows of this officially sanctioned child-molestation..

Specifically she says  that the age of sexual consent in Mexico is “12 in all but one Mexican state and 14 in the other.”

Twelve? My god, that’s barbaric. This is certainly what Miss Ann is peddling as the nature of Mexico and Mexicans. Of course all manner of gullible websites picked this up. Mexico, we are to believe, is now a freefire zone for doing children. Why, it’s legal.

But is it true?

Let us look at the actual law. In the newspaper business of earlier times, this was called “research” or “reporting,” and was thought to be good form in writing for publication.

Penal Code of the State of Jalisco Artículo 142-M.

“A quien tenga cópula o cópula equiparada, con una persona menor de edad o en una persona que no tenga la capacidad de comprender el significado de las cosas o de resistir el hecho, se le impondrá una pena de:”

“On one who copulates or the equivalent of copulation (“cópula equiparada”means penetration with anything other than a penis) with a person of minor age or who does not have the capacity to understand the significance of the act or to resist the act, will be imposed a penalty of:”

“1 Tres meses a cinco años de prisión, cuando la víctima tenga entre quince y menos de dieciocho años de edad y el acto se realice con su consentimiento por medio de la seducción, la cual se presume salvo prueba en contrario, o por medio del engaño;”

“1 Three months to five years of prison, when  the victim is between fifteen and eighteen years of age and the act is realized with his or her consent by means of seduction, which shall be presumed unless there is proof to the contrary, or by means of deception”

“2 Ocho a quince años de prisión, cuando la víctima tenga entre quince y menos de dieciocho años de edad y el acto se realice sin su consentimiento, o cuando sea una persona que no tenga la capacidad de comprender el significado de las cosas o de resistir el hecho;”

2 Eight to fifteen years of prison when the victim is between fifteen and eighteen and the act is realized without his or her consent, or when the victim lacks the capacity to understand the significance or to resist. ”

3 Doce a veinte años de prisión, cuando la víctima sea menor de quince años de edad.”

Twelve to twenty years of prison when the victim is less than fifteen.

Maybe that sounds to you like license to screw little girls of twelve. To me it sounds like a long time in a Mexican jail. I do not recommend confusing the two.

The foregoing is the law in Jalisco, where I live. Similar laws exist in the other states. At risk of boring the reader, I offer another example from a randomly selected state: .

For the state of Campeche:

“Artículo 164Comete el delito de estupro el que realice cópula con el consentimiento de persona mayor de catorce y menor de dieciocho años, independientemente de su sexo. Al que cometa el delito de estupro se le impondrán de seis meses a tres años de prisión y multa de doscientos a cuatrocientos días de salario.”

“Article 164: He commits statutory rape who copulates, with consent, with a person of more than fourteen years of age but less than eighteen, regardless of the person’s sex. A punishment of six months to three years of prison will be imposed on the perpetrator and a fine of four hundred days of salary.”

The age at which a young female can legally engage in sex with any consenting adult without restriction is…eighteen.

Now, Miss Ann could have discovered this in ten minutes on Google. (In fairness, though, it may be that internet service hasn’t reached New York.) Why didn’t she? The penal codes for all of Mexico are easily found here. Is she deliberately deceiving the reader (translated from the prissy journalese, this means “lying”) or is she so ideologically inflamed as to accept without checking anything derogatory about anything she doesn’t like? Actual malice? Reckless disregard for truth? Incompetence? Or just Miss Ann?

She is fiercely opposed to immigration from the Third World, which is reasonable since it is probably going to leave America poorer and bitterly divided forever. Yet it seems to me that she should stay within telemetry range of truth. Her book would be useful if she had done so. Instead it is a sustained partisan shriek, often lapsing into the silly.

For example, the subtitle is “The Left’s Plan to Turn Our Country into a Third World Hellhole.” I picture myself talking to my good left-liberal friend Diana:

Me: “Hey, Di, are you planning to make America into a third-world hellhole?”

Di: “Why, yes, Fred! I’m on the disease-importation committee.”

Come on, Ann. Grow up. This isn’t journalism. If it were any more slanted it would be vertical. Unsupported charges of encouraging pedophilia wouldn’t get past a desk editor at the Weekly Reader.

If she is so sloppy in her research–the most charitable explanation–regarding things I know about, how am I to accept her word on things I can’t check?  And this stuff isn’t appreciated by Mexicans since it encourages every pervert north of Laredo to come down to prey on their children.

As so often happens when I read of Mexico in the American press, I see little resemblance to the country I  live in. She tells with satisfied dudgeon of the inherent filthiness of Mexicans, who strew trash everywhere. Dirty diapers, plastic bags, used condoms, garbage. Really?

In the last few months, thanks to a major road trip, I have been in Guadalajara, Arandas, Aguas Calienties, Leon, Durango, Rosario, Mazatlan, Ls Paz, Cabo San Lucas, Jamai, San Pedro Itzican, and Loreto, among others. None was strewn with trash. My neighborhood is not strewn with trash.

I found myself wondering: has this tow-headed dragon even been to Mexico? Latin America? The book looks to be a protracted Google search. In her pronouncements about Third World hell-holes, she sounds like the sort of pampered geographic virgin who would go to Cornell—actually, she did go to Cornell—and derives her knowledge of Latin America from having eaten at Taco Bell.

Hell holes exist in the Third World, whatever precisely that is: much of the Moslem world, probably all of black Africa, India, Gaza—but aside from Belize, maybe Nicaragua, and Guatemala, there probably isn’t one below the Rio Bravo (I have never been to Nicaragua or Venezuela.)

Miss Ann is herself a curious piece of work. She is in her mid-fifties, but on her book jackets looks like a hot babe of twenty-two. Achieving this must require enough makeup to fill a peanut-butter sandwich, and I suspect tthat she has worked a couple of copies of Photoshop into smoking ruins.  Do we have here a narcissistic attention-freak? A reporter might be a better idea.

¡Adios America! energetically favors ending immigration to America, a  good ides which will not be adopted, but her unending railing against the Left ensures that the book will be read only by people who already agree with it. How bright is that?

Enough of hellholeagenesis. I am off to the Okefenokee, to live peacefully among water moccasins and weird-looking birds.

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Negligent Judge Leaves Toddler in Hot Car to Die

The judge seems to be enjoying the benefits of special privilege as he has yet to be charged with any crime… Any other person that had done this would have already been sitting inside a cage…those that do not have the same privilege as judges, police, and other agents of the state are dealt with swiftly and locked up right away.

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by Larry via Cop Block

The Essence of Liberty: Volume II: The Economics of Liberty (Volume 2) On July 24, 2015 a tragic death took place that has left residents angered after Garland County Circuit Judge Wade Naramore (<– links to his FB) left his toddler son in a hot car for 4 hours in Hot Springs, Arkansas.  The local fire department and ambulance responded to a call of an unresponsive The Essence of Liberty: Volume III: A Universal Philosophy of Political Economy (Liberty: A Universal Political Ethic) (Volume 3)child that had been left in a hot car.   Those that responded tried to revive the child, but were unsuccessful.  Thomas Naramore was pronounced dead at the scene.

It is reported that the not so honorable judge Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian View picked his son up from daycare and left him in the car for 4 hours.  The judge claims he was distracted due to being under an unusually high level of stress.

The judge seems to be enjoying the benefits of Combat Shooter's Handbook Reconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps Institute The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other Misfitsspecial privilege as he has yet to be charged with any crime.  The Hot Springs police have said A Handbook for Ranch Managers Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference Manual that a complete investigation is underway and the body of Thomas has been sent to the state crime lab.  Any other person that had done this would have already been sitting inside a cage waiting to meet their fate.

While this is something that could happen to anyone, those that do not have the same privilege as judges, police, and other agents of the state arehotcar dealt with swiftly and locked up right away.  Example:  Two weeks ago a man left his girlfriend’s child alone in a hot vehicle and was arrested as soon as he returned to the scene.  Also in Surprise, AZ on July 4th a mother is facing charges after leaving her child in a hot vehicle while she shopped at Wal Mart.

I am not saying the two in the examples above did not deserve to be arrested, because they deserve everything coming to them for their negligence.  What I am saying is this judge should not have the privilege to be out on the street while the authorities pussy foot around with an investigation of an elected official that all too often comes back with the finding of no wrong doing.

These are the same judges that conspire with child protective services to remove children from homes at an alarming rate with no due process of the law.  Of course some of those removals turn out to be justified, but there have been many stories lately of children being taken away from their parents because the parents let them walk around their neighborhood alone or because the children are being home schooled.

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Local residents of Garland County are calling for Naramore to be charged with Negligent Homicide. If you are as disgusted with this hypocrisy as we are, then we are asking that you contact the prosecuting attorney and tell them you want charges filed. The Garland County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office can be reached here.

  • Eighteenth East Judicial District 501 Ouachita Avenue Hot Springs, AR 71901
  • Phone: 501-622-3720
  • Fax: (501) 622-3797
  • Email: sjones@garlandcounty.org

This child was silenced by his father who is charged with supposedly protecting children on a daily basis in his everyday duties as a juvenile judge.  Please consider flooding the phone lines and demanding justice for this child.  No living thing should have to face such a terrible way to die.  I am truly disgusted with this senseless death of Thomas Naramore.

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Every Police Stop is a Death Threat

Every police stop is “Stop or I’ll Shoot” even if governments would like us to believe otherwise. This is the nature of the State itself, and to say otherwise is to lie…So if you endorse the State as an institution, then you endorse the killing of Samuel Dubose…You cannot have it both ways…You cannot blame it on race…You cannot blame it on guns…This is your fault, and you deserve to share a cell with Ray Tensing.

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by Christopher Cantwell

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian View ere appears to be some confusion in the world about the nature of police work. Almost nobody doubts the necessity of police officers roaming the cities in which they “work,” seeking out anyone who would dare defy the edicts of their political masters. Very few would say, that roads Combat Shooter's Handbook Reconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps Institute The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other MisfitsThis should be privatized and controlled as the property owner saw fit. Even fewer would say A Handbook for Ranch Managers Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference Manualthat government as an institution is wholly unnecessary, and should thus be abolished. Yet, when the obvious result of these things occurs, everyone panics. So I figure this needs to be rehashed from the beginning.

So collectively “we” create an institution called government. There are some problems with that concept, but let’s run with it for now. “We the people” create an institution. Federal, state, municipal, what have you – but I will forthwith refer to these institutions collectively as the State.

Every Police Stop is a Death Threat

Every Police Stop is a Death Threat

The State is not so different from you and I. It is made up of people doing things, making decisions, making mistakes. What makes the State different from you and I is a singular feature – a supposed right, a supposed duty in fact, to initiate force. Us mere mortals, we don’t tend to engage in such behavior. When we do, it is rightly looked upon as inherently evil and heinous. The State on the other hand, is obliged to do this on our behalf. The most obvious example of this is police and military.

Were you or I to travel overseas and begin shooting at strangers, people would rightly see us as violent lunatics. The military on the other hand does this, and are hailed as heroes. Police roam the streets looking for people who drive too fast, have some problem with their vehicle, or otherwise disobey the legislative branch. Their job, the thing that they were hired to do, their very purpose is to threaten this person with violence. When people run from them or fight them, the situation escalates from a threat of force, to a use of force, and this force is often lethal in nature. For this they are given the title of protector.

If this sounds completely ridiculous to you, then we agree. I would humbly suggest that this is probably not the most efficient way to create safe streets. In fact, it seems quite counterproductive. But if you are not calling for the abolition of the institution, then with all due respect I’m less than interested in your opinions when people get killed. Hiring people to use violence, then treating them like crap or imprisoning them when they do exactly what you asked of them, is cruel and abusive. If you are calling for the abolition of the institution, then I would kindly request that you say so when you make these complaints, because there seems to be a great deal of confusion out there about how to solve this very serious problem.

Take the recent shooting of Sam Dubose in Cincinnati. University of Cincinnati Police Officer, Ray Tensing initiates a traffic stop of Dubose for lacking a front license plate. Dubose attempts to flee, Tensing shoots him in the face, is charged with murder, and the liberal media lights up with hysteria about how some racist white cop murdered a black man in cold blood.

What is almost universally overlooked, is that Tensing was hired to make death threats against people like Dubose. When a police officer initiates a traffic stop, it is not some polite request for a chat. In every traffic stop, the police officer is notifying the driver through the use of his strobe lights and siren, that the vehicle is about to be stopped, one way or another. Be it by the driver complying and pulling over, or by the police officer running the vehicle off the road and shooting the driver, that vehicle will be stopped in relatively short order.

If you do not oppose that practice, then you have no right to complain about what follows. You don’t get to blame it on race, you don’t get to blame it on guns, you don’t get to blame it on anything other than your endorsement of exactly this type of situation. You cannot simply demand that a violent organization come into existence, run around threatening people with violence for your peace of mind, and then call for a public execution when they do exactly what you asked of them.

Here is a little thing everybody should know about violent conflicts. They escalate in a rapid and unpredictable manner. So when one endorses violence, they would be well served to know that all violence has the potential to turn lethal. To say that you endorse the threatening of motorists, but not their arrests, or their arrests, but not their killing, is thus patently absurd. A police officer cannot make a traffic stop without a threat of escalating force up to the point of lethality. To say otherwise would be to make the institution completely pointless, as anybody who wanted to break the law could simply tell them to fuck off.

The Penalty Is Always Death

I oppose police, and the governments for which they act as the enforcement arm of, as an institution. As such, I feel like the traffic stop of Dubose was a completely unwarranted threat of violence. One which Dubose would have been warranted in using lethal force to defend himself against, well prior to Tensing drawing his weapon. If I did not, I would have to accept the following facts and let Tensing go free.

Dubose was a gang member, driving without a license, with liquor in his car. The vehicle was registered in the name of a female, which Dubose obviously did not fit the description of. He claimed the car belonged to his wife, but Dubose was not married, though he had managed to father 13 children. He was a convicted drug dealer who had served time in prison, and had been charged with burglary and assault. He was dressed in all red, a color often associated with the Bloods street gang, a violent criminal organization. He acted nervously, and reached around the vehicle several times.

When Tensing asked Dubose to step out of the vehicle and put his hand on the door, Dubose started the vehicle in an obvious attempt to run away. Tensing rightly felt threatened by this. As a result, he pulled his weapon, and shot Dubose. Tensing’s account of the situation after the shooting does not match the video footage. He claimed to his fellow officers that he had been dragged by the vehicle, but his body cam shows he shot immediately after Dubose started the car.

If we are to accept that Tensing has the right to threaten violence against people, then prosecuting him for murder when that threat is taken through to its ultimate logical conclusion, is not fair. It doesn’t even stand up to rational scrutiny. Every police stop is “Stop or I’ll Shoot” even if governments would like us to believe otherwise. This is the nature of the State itself, and to say otherwise is to lie.

So if you endorse the State as an institution, then you endorse the killing of Samuel Dubose.

You cannot have it both ways.

You cannot blame it on race.

You cannot blame it on guns.

This is your fault, and you deserve to share a cell with Ray Tensing.

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