Thursday, August 27, 2015

Notable books

I saw that Katherine Young & Paul Nathanson will shortly be releasing the fourth in their "Misandry" series entitled:  Replacing Misandry - A Revolutionary History of Men.

I am eagerly waiting for it and requested the Public Library buy it as it is a noteworthy collection of academic work by Canadians.   I included them with Lionel Tiger and Steven Pinker - both born Canadians who have made great contributions to academe and even Men's Rights Issues.

(Pinker gave a famous defense of Laurence Summers firing from Harvard after making the not-remarkable statement that women were different from men.)

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Last word on Rape Culture Debate - Ha!

In view of Jessica Valenti's attempt to squash the distribution of a debate on Rape Culture between her and Wendy McElroy at Brown University RI on Nov 19, 2014 - I am mirroring the event here. Apparently, Valenti promised to put hers up - but didn't*.

Another comment from Wendy McElroy - 3 rape myths that need sunlight.

* This I have noticed is a common feature of Feminists Events that has been well noted before - their tendency to strictly "control the Agenda" - indeed all discourse if possible.  A few years ago - I intended to record the speakers at a local Feminist Event (seductively entitled "Feminism and Men's Issues") with a small digital camera BUT the organizers stated at the outset that they did not want ANYONE to disturb the event and assured everyone that a full copy would be up on YouTube within a reasonable time.  To reinforce this they had security guards patrolling the Theatre. But they lied and there was never any video of the event released anywhere to my knowledge.

The benefit of this was they had full "plausible deniability" of anyone who disagreed or challenged their comments as false misrepresentations or as being misquoted/understood.  It completely shuts down any debate on the issues outside the tightly controlled venue to their advantage - and they LIKE it that way thank-you.   Lord help them if someone has well-constructed argument for them to consider - it might break their narrative.

Does this Execution make me look fat?

Following up on another example of feminist misandry I came across this writer Sam Allen - who scratches out her free-lance bile for a few publications - in particular this article about the menu choices of Executed Female Convicts and in particular Kelly Gissendaner - only the 16th women executed since the Death Penalty was re-instated in America in 1976.

Please note her degree - a Ph.D from Emory in Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies under a George W. Woodruff Endowment Scholarship. Woodruff and his brother being Directors of one of Georgia's most well-known companies Coca-Cola Inc - the takeover of which was orchestrated by his father who ran Trust Company (now Sun Trust Bancshares).  Sam also received a John Money Fellowship for Scholars of Sexology from the *Kinsey Institute in Indiana University Bloomington.

Dr. John Money was the acknowledged inventor of perverted gender theory still promoted by the sex-obsessed Kinsey Institute that lead to the disastrous treatment of a young Canadian boy David Reimer from a botched circumcision in 1966.

* Here is another article that describes the highly questionable methods of Prof. Kinsey and his wierd influence in American culture.

Thursday, August 13, 2015

A Feminist Lynch Mob

Just over 85 years ago on Aug 7, 1930 - two black men - Thomas Shipp and Abram Smith - were lynched and beaten to death in Marion IN for allegedly raping a white women.   The pair had been arrested the night before, charged with robbing and murdering a white factory worker, Claude Deeter, and raping his white girlfriend, Mary Ball, who was with him at the time. A large crowd broke into the jail with sledgehammers, pulled out the suspects, beat them and hung them. Police officers in the crowd cooperated in the lynching. Mary Ball later testified that she had not been raped and the rape charged were dropped.

In 1937 Abel Meeropol, a Jewish schoolteacher from New York and the adoptive father of the sons of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, saw a copy of Beitler's 1930 photograph (above). Meeropol later said that the photograph "haunted me for days" and inspired his poem "Bitter Fruit". It was published in the New York Teacher in 1937. In 1939 it was performed, recorded and popularized by American singer Billie Holiday.[5] The song reached 16th place on the charts in July 1939, and has since been recorded by numerous artists, continuing into the 21st century.

Source: Wikipedia Inc, and Adam Jones Ph.D

Almost to the day (Aug 8) a speaker appeared in Montreal to speak about Men's Issues.  As soon as Feminists found out about his planned appearance they moved to have him banned and stopped!  The event in Montreal was infiltrated and a young women attempted to flirt with him until her Mangina White Knights friends could be alerted and show up to support her assault of Roosh V afterwards.

Here was Ezra Levant of Rebel.Media's interview:

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Court Orders Treatment for Parental Alienation in Detroit

When three Bloomfield Hills kids, caught up in a bitter custody feud, refused to have lunch with their estranged father, a frustrated family court judge found them in contempt and sent them to detention, a move that made national headlines.
Now the judge is poised to try a new — and some say controversial — tack, ordering the family into a days-long intensive intervention, perhaps with live-in therapists.
Oakland County Family Court Judge Lisa Gorcyca is expected to order the Tsimhoni children, ages 14, 10 and 9, into a “reunification program” to help heal their relationship with their father, Omer Tsimhoni. He and the children’s mother, Maya Tsimhoni, divorced in 2011 and have been involved in vicious litigation since.
The intensive therapy is designed to treat “parental alienation,” a term coined 20 years ago by a family therapist who noticed some children displayed extreme behaviors in high-conflict divorces, developing unnatural aversions against one parent, the result of the other parent’s attempts to sabotage the relationship.

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Robin Williams - Aug 11, 2014

Some of his great films (that I certainly enjoyed):
  • Good Morning Vietnam
  • Good Will Hunting
  • Patch Adams
  • Hook
  • Dead Poets Society
  • Fisher King
  • Mrs Doubtfire
  • Aladdin (cartoon)
  • Happy Feet (cartoon)
  • Hook
  • Robots (cartoon)
In addition to countless other comedy shows and appearances - like he did so often for the Military.

Stefan Molyneux asks why the media has not investigated link between Depression & Parkinsons Disease (which he had supposedly been given as a diagnosis) and discussed the link through SSRI drug treatment.  But here was his much more impressive memorial to this incredibly gifted and inspirational actor/comedian.

Bruce Hornsby tune "Lost Soul" in a compilation as a Robin Williams Tribute was very touching.

And here is what I understand was his last film - Boulevard - that Robin Williams had apparently finished around the time of his death.

Monday, August 10, 2015

Anti-Feminism grows

This Sat Aug 8 is YEG SlutWalk - and after Lauren Southerns appearance at YVR SlutWalk on June 10 - I will attend to observe exactly what this event is now about.

But there does seem to be a growing number who do NOT accepting Feminist Propaganda anymore.

Kathy Seagull - Why I am not a Feminist (May 2015)

CharlotteLiftsBruh - Why I am not a Feminist (May 2015)

[She was attacked by feminist for some of her choices/thoughts.   3rd World issues not addressed]

Zara Faris - Anti-Feminism from Islamic POV

Stefanie Nicholas - #WomenAgainstFeminists is the tag that killed me

Anastasia Proctner (although it does seem that she wants her cake as well)

Christina Hoff Sommers -  How Feminism Went Wrong

P.S As I did not manage to post this until AFTER Aug 8 - here was debate TODAY SlutWalk organizer between Danielle Paradis and Lauren Southern.