Scotland lovers, take note: VOTE FRAUD ALLEGATIONS

This video is not conclusive, in my opinion, but it deserves investigation.

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A guided tour through the corruption by Professor Bernd Hamm

A guided tour through the corruption:

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article38441.htm

You should read the whole thing, but the following post will give some summaries of the key points, plus a list of original sources.

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Control the food, and you control the people – but control the sex, and you destroy European culture

http://hawaiianlibertarian.blogspot.tw/2014/08/the-jaffe-memo.html

the arguments advanced to justify an explicit U.S. policy now of encouraging a specific universal limit on family size (as distinguished from proposals aimed selectively at welfare recipients and racial groups) center mainly on two propositions:

1) That continued U.S. population growth will inevitably cause a deterioration in the quality of life of this and future generations; this can be described as the ecological position.*

2) That an explicit U.S. policy to encourage or compel smaller family size in the U.S. is necessary to enable our government effectively to encourage or compel developing nations to move in similar directions; this may be termed the international public relations position.

PROPOSED MEASURES TO REDUCE FERTILITY BY UNIVERSALITY OR SELECTIVITY OF IMPACT IN THE U.S.
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Decadent Kleptocrats Consolidate Alliance of Private and Public Sectors

Several news stories can be summarized by the same headline.
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The salon is not a political party, and the salon has interesting conversations because the guests hate each other

A “salon” is what I call a social situation with lots of interesting, witty conversations. In a salon, there may be few practical plans for socially relevant action, but you can be that the ridicule, the praise, and the ego-boosting will be very stimulating.

A political party is a social situation where ego-boosting is used as a political tool, wit is subordinated to propaganda, and truthful information is usually sacrificed for short-term political action.

The manosphere is a salon, not a political party, and various factions are at each others’ throats. I would call it “internecine war,” but it doesn’t have enough impact on reality to be called “internecine.” Kurds killing Arabs is “internecine,” but PUAs insulting MGTOWs is merely petty.

How are the Grand Old Men of the Manosphere dealing with this?

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Exclusion Without Joy Versus the Joy of Exclusion

I think it was David Wong who talked about the “joy of exclusion” – the tiny thrill that moderators get when they ban someone from an online forum in order to keep a monkeysphere sized appropriately for Dunbar’s Number.

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Magus wrote a solemn and serious post about the monkeysphere of his blog:

It is perfectly accepted practice to walk out of public forums in protest to what one party feels is an abuse of the forum itself. All the way from town hall meetings, to UN councils, this is standard practice.

Even in democratic forums, not everyone is welcome.  Democracy is not the abolition of common sense in exchange for tolerating all behavior. Democracy is rule of the majority, and to say it is anything else is to expect too much. Democracy is quickly hijacked by forces of idiocy and evil when those on the other side view force as inherently evil.  Some people refuse to ban others from blogs out of a “democratic spirit”. …

And besides, a blog or forum is not a democracy.

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Pride cultivates both personal and collective megalomania

Moonbattery has noted that Gay Pride is in conflict with Military Pride:

http://moonbattery.com/?p=50480

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And ain’t that America, for you and me, ain’t that America, the home o’ the free baby

In case you have any hope remaining for the USA, check out a selection of 45 basic facts:
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