Occupy Wall Street Is Just Another Vehicle For Misandry

by Pro-male/Anti-feminist Tech on October 11, 2011

Whatever the other positives and negatives are of the Occupy Wall Street movement, it is another vehicle for misandry.  Some examples of misandry in the Occupy Wall Street movement, can be found at its We Are the 99% blog which showcases people who believe they are the victim of the richest 1%.  That blog has a high number of single mothers and other women demonstrating high levels of entitlement as can be seen in the following examples:

This woman says, “Let the dudes pay my bill!” In other words, she is demanding men subsidize her, not rich men or billionaires (which would be questionable enough) but men in general. This is a repeated theme that can be seen with this woman who says, “men lied”. Again, it’s all men she is blaming.

This woman is complaining that she is going heavily into debt in college because she wants to work as an “activist” at a “feminist non-profit”:

Single mothers and soon to be single mothers are seen a lot on the We Are The 99% blog.  The following examples have a common theme of how the bank bailouts should have been given to single mothers or women in general to subsidize their bad decisions:




There are many more examples of female entitlement such as women complaining that a degree in fine arts doesn’t guarantee a job, women who talk as if they randomly ended up in prison,  etc.  Some of you may be thinking that this is not representative of Occupy Wall Street because it’s easy to cherry pick a few blog entries.  The misandry in Occupy Wall Street goes much deeper than this.  Their demands include a “gender equal rights amendment”, and how they are organized is explicitly anti-male:

Occupy Wall Street’s General Assembly operates under a revolutionary “progressive stack.” A normal “stack” means those who wish to speak get in line. A progressive stack encourages women and traditionally marginalized groups speak before men, especially white men. This is something that has been in place since the beginning, it is necessary, and it is important.

“Step up, step back” was a common phrase of the first week, encouraging white men to acknowledge the privilege they have lived in their entire lives and to step back from continually speaking.

All of this adds up to Occupy Wall Street being another arm of misandry.  As far as they are concerned, if you are male, then you are part of the 1%.

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Uncle Elmer October 11, 2011 at 09:25

Just when I was thinking “Uncle Elmer must die” Welmer asks me to join the house band and become a regular Spearhead feature. You have answered my question about multiple images. With my new “Watcom” tablet, google ( images ), and Alphasmart NEO, I can foresee the possibility that this will start to consume my life and not avail me much.

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Nico October 11, 2011 at 09:29

Single mums want to fuck with John and expect Harry to support her and her kids.

New-age gov-mediated cuckoldry.

I don’t want to support women who fuck with psychopaths. I want to work, toil and risk my life for a woman who pays me back in cash (with sex, affection, kids, respect).

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Firepower October 11, 2011 at 09:32

Occupy Wall Street Is Just Another Vehicle For Misandry

by Pro-male/Anti-feminist Tech

As I’ve stated, it should be clear by now that all Liberal activism is inherently anti-male.

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meistergedanken October 11, 2011 at 09:36

Uselss idiots, the lot of them. It will act as a nice diversion for the media for the next month, until the weather turns shitty and it gets too cold to be in the park all day. In the meantime, OWS is used as an instrument to get Republican candidates off message – Cain has already taken the bait. This is why I am not a joiner, I don’t want to be a pawn in someone else’s game.

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TDOM October 11, 2011 at 09:38

I had previously seen the part about how the movement is organized around a “progressive stack” that excludes men, especially white men. With this attitude, I am surprised (probably shouldn’t be) that there are any men ( especially white men) in the movement. The message is clear “If you are a white man, you are not important to this movement. Sit down and shut up. What you want doesn’t matter.”

TDOM

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Uncle Elmer October 11, 2011 at 09:39

The densely scrawled passive-aggressive narratives are hard to believe, yet really are how a lot of people think. The gal who has borrowed $35K to get a Master’s in “Social Science” and now demands a job in a feminist non-profit is beyond parody.

This is symptomatic of the feminized educational system and media. Without a manly Patriarchy to call BS on a lot of these entitlement notions, we have several generations of women now sailing into the hard rock of reality. Their foaming wordsmith will abate when they accept that nobody cares.

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Rocco October 11, 2011 at 09:41

@ Elmer

You’ll just have to figure out the daunting task of how to get paid as a popular professional writer….it can’t be that hard. Your doing a great job, I think you will have a great impact.

This march is brought to you by the same people that brought you conficutory child support and women’s only child custody.

Feminists.

Since all “progressives” are now feminists, I, for one, will adjust my definitions accordingly.

One of the most basic and useful tools of political orgs is secrecy and pay offs.

Who is paying the lunch tab for these “protestors”, who is paying for the megaphones, tents, etc.

Those are the people pulling the strings. This is not an accident.

We have a professional group of social protestors in this country. Other writers here have correctly identified this groups as graduate students in womens studies and the pussy beggers they can draw.

Notice how just the right number are arrested to make it appear real?

There will be no faux protest over mens rights. We will simply take them back.

I am MGTOW and will do everything I can to starve the machine.

I have a few questions, how can the young men participating in this face themselves when they are screwing their own children, selling them out, taking away their voice by agreeing to sexist elimination of mens voices?

And still call themselves political activists?

They are worse than the lowest street hooker in harlem, they’re pimping little children, they are selling little male children into a life of oppression for a chance at some stinky wart encrusted cooch.

I hope your very proud while you sit home making signs for your empowered bovine gilfriend while she’s out banging the head of your org.

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tspoon October 11, 2011 at 09:45

well you have to admit – 99% of women are like that, could be higher….

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Opus October 11, 2011 at 09:50

I am so shocked. I had no ideas that America was a country that treated its citizens so badly. I had previously thought that America was the country of free enterprise with in consequence a standard of living, economic and social freedoms especially for women caused by technological superiority previously and elsewhere unknown and thus the envy of just about everywhere else in the world. Clearly I was mistaken.

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mananon October 11, 2011 at 09:53

The Privileged White Men of today are like the Jewish Bankers of the 1930′s.

All White Men are Privileged, which means All White Men share an equal part of the blame for the state the world is in.

Watch what comes out of your shower heads boys.

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oddsock October 11, 2011 at 10:05

Opus

Diplomacy is obviously not one of your strong points.

Anyway. For what its worth! I really don’t care what political group the OWS protesters belong to. The sooner it all collapses the better.

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Aharon October 11, 2011 at 10:12

Yup, most women are just like that.

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finndistan October 11, 2011 at 10:23

So, single mom? Should’ve kept your legs closed… should’ve chosen a better man.. should’ve chosen not to be a single mom.. etc…

So, single mom. I am not in America, but my single friends who get laid by one of your friends once every blue moon are already paying for you and your friends shoes and bastards by the insane amount of taxes imposed on them with threat of imprisonment.

If these guys are the 1%; that makes you, the 99%, parasites.

I am not rich by any margin; I get by well because I have no family to take care of, mainly because I would not be able to afford a family; paying taxes for your shoes and your bastards.

Never took welfare, and never took any freebie, paid all my taxes, got squat for that, I am 1%… You, found a dipsh%t welfare boy, made a baby, and we, the 1% as defined by you, who actually want to work and create something useful, not bastards, are getting screwed by the real 1% who steal from us to give to you, so you can buy shoes and create bastards.

As a man,

As a working, law abiding (non-minority since I am educated, and my color blends in) man,

More than one third of my earning (plus the exact amount of my salary payed by my employer to the state solely related to the priviledge of employing me) go to feed your shoes and your bastards,

And I am the evil 1%?

Here is an idea:

Abolish my taxes. And abolish the freebies I get from your daddy, the state.

Then you will see we are not 1%.

You don’t want to see that.

Single mom with shoes and bastards, bought and being payed for by my money.

Occupy Wallstreet just shows that the western man is the pinata of the western world. And then he dies.

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demirogue October 11, 2011 at 10:24

They’re now set to protest at the homes of the so called 1%. That of course won’t be stopped by the politicians or the police and a melee will ensue.

The time is fast approaching where disorder and strife by the citizens against one another will boilover to chaos and violence. It’s coming and quicker than you think. At first it’ll be the rich who are targeted but after that, they’ll pounce on anyone for any reason. Including us.

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mananon October 11, 2011 at 10:26

“I want to work for a feminist non-profit”

Or, in other words, “I want to work in an economically non-productive activity yet be treated like an entrepeneur who employs dozens and pays corporation tax by the thousands.”

When will these women realise life does not owe them anything, least of all the dream job they desire payed for by people like me.

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AfOR October 11, 2011 at 10:32

THANK YOU for posting those pictures.

They were fucking hilarious and made my day.

Suck it down bitches.

If you blow me PROPERLY I’ll buy you a 99 cent burger.

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Rocco October 11, 2011 at 10:33

@ Mananon

Working for a feminist non-profit is the closest a woman in our society can get to the source of all money and power for the entire US female race.

The PTB are funding feminism directly via grants to feminist non-profits.

Since women don’t actually generate any products, kissing up to the PTB is what ambitious young women like those occupying wall street are doing.

These young women will be the leaders in 20 years just as they’re grooming Marcotte in payment for her feminist due’s paying roping in the internet generation of feminists and being a thorn in the side of the internet portion of the MRM.

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Opus October 11, 2011 at 10:34

@oddsock

I am not sure about diplomacy but using all the right words is clearly a weakness as I omitted the word prosperity after the word economic.

As you are awaiting the fall of our economy I should be intrigued to learn, over what time scale, how that might help the ‘empowered’ women in the photographs, and what particular system (combined doubtless with a change in human nature) you propose for its replacement. Communism is not very popular, Feudalism is, well, so 12th century, and the Roman Empire had its problems economic as well as military, so I don’t suppose that is coming back.

It is of course thanks to the present (and clearly misogynist) system that the women in the photos are able to voice their opinions on the world wide web and doubtless update their Facebook profiles (all male inventions [Zuckerburg and Berners-Lee] and inventions of and in a capitalist system). Doubtless they will spin that as oppression, and you can be sure that when all Forbes 500 CEOs are women and the economy really collapses, that that too will be the fault of the men!

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Rocco October 11, 2011 at 10:35

One more thing. In terms of activism, the reason the PTB are giving the money is that the grants are tax deductable.

Obama is eyeing taking away these tax loop holes. IMO, this would greatly affect feminist funding.

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Towgunner October 11, 2011 at 10:39

Though difficult to see and read there is nothing new here. Occupy Boston is a stone’s throw away; I’ve gone there a few times for case study reasons. The protestors are all spouting off typical marxist drivel. There is no coherent singular message, just tired slogans and sound bites recycled from a 1960’s playbook on protesting. We’ve heard all this before. Since we all know that feminism is a marxist movement, this should come as no surprise. I can’t speak for the rest of the Con/Tea Party movement, but it’s abundantly clear that the key point of contention is government’s involvement in people’s lives. That could be through taxation, regulation and, yes, social engineering too, which includes feminism. So, let these women complain. Their stories and demands have been exhausted by legions of feminists for years now and who have been successful, regrettably, in reforming the “system”. If these women feel disenfranchised by todays “system’ they ought to know that it’s a women’s system and their own fault that it’s falling apart. Matter of fact, for women in the West the status quo couldn’t be better!
Keep complaining and keep protesting, because the government can’t spend anymore to fund the feminist/gay social engineering racket. The only thing that can change whether by activism or bankruptcy is the bloated state government imploding. Oddly, OWS could be a catalyst to that end. If so, we should welcome their actions because they will only hasten their own ideological demise and help bring rational balance back to this F’ed up culture and society.

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Mr. J October 11, 2011 at 10:43

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oddsock October 11, 2011 at 10:47

Well said Mr J

Excellent observation. What I see are lots and lots of women that were quite happy to shit on men when the times were good but now want solidarity etc as they all get paid off from their cushy little semi/government jobs.

Feck them!

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Uncle Elmer October 11, 2011 at 10:50

Rocco October 11, 2011 at 09:41

@ Elmer

You’ll just have to figure out the daunting task of how to get paid as a popular professional writer….it can’t be that hard. Your doing a great job, I think you will have a great impact.

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Wow, thank Rocco. But I really have far too much to do and am afraid pouring my guts into a book only to see it the next day on freebookspot would not be time well spent.

Right now I am creating a “profile” on LinkedIn (occupation : venture capitalist) and am fleshing out my resume with the work I did at Encorpera and now my consultancy for Bernie Goldblumstein. I will report back as my LinkedIn “network”, already expanding exponentially, takes off and my business potential (promised by LinkedIn and ten thousand bloggers who say “use social media to find a job!”) is realized.

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Rocco October 11, 2011 at 10:53

And the democrats are announcing that the wall street protestors are a branch of the democratic party.

http://politics.salon.com/2011/10/11/can_ows_be_turned_into_a_democratic_party_movement/

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Rocco October 11, 2011 at 11:06

I love the way I get voted down here, do men want protest so much that they are embracing these folks?

From what I have read, they barely had an agenda when they started, it took almost a week before they coalesced around a message.

The only thing they seem to know for sure is that “white men” are not allowed to even have an opinion. Only after the lowest woman or person of color is a mans voice to be heard.

The only thing this group seems sure of is that it’s anti-male and anti-white.

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oddsock October 11, 2011 at 11:06

Opus

Perhaps I should have said sarcasm instead of diplomacy ?

Regarding your question on economic collapse. The only thing I am sure of is that it is happening and globally. I am certainly no economic guru in fact I am financially embarrased most of the time. I simply take a keen interest in what the popular alternative press are reporting. I then sort of add together the various points and discard what I consider BS or political/sales talk and reach my own conclusion.

In summary.

The debt figures, especially in the US Dollar are beyond imagination. The world economy is totally fecked and if it was not so typical of many Americans, anyone talking about vote republican or democrat or any other useless bunch of lying two faced robbing toss pots as the way to save it, are completely off their fucking tree.

All that we see happening is musical financial chairs. The coruption and theft by the banksters and elite is totally staggering, beyond belief.

A few faves of mine.

Max Keiser. Peter Schiff Gerald Celente The drudge report kingworld news

I even enjoy David Ickes headlines on his web site, very thought provoking.

The S will HTF pretty soon. Some say months some even give it days, possibly end of October. Then again others say they can keep the ponzi scheme going for at least another year or two. When the dollar goes tits up all hell will break loose, that’s for sure. You can feel it in every day life. people know something is seriously wrong.

Too many variables too many wild cards to say what way this will play out.

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Rebel October 11, 2011 at 11:14

Starting this year, the oldest boomers are going to retire massively to the tune of 10 000 a month. And that will last for about 18-20 years.

This is a huge “bottleneck” for the government.

Those who are “occupying” Wall street have seen nothing yet.
Even if the “dudes” are made to pay for single mothers, the same dudes will pull themselves off the workforce or simply do part time work, so as to stay alive and be in no position to pay any additional tax.

Then what?

There will never be enough manginas to pay for the “ladies”.

I am fascinated by the way things are turning out.

Be spectators, guys: watch the show: it has begun. Cognac and cigars ready? (or Vodka for some..lol!). Yes, George Carlin had that one right!

We live in interesting times, don’t we?

Haven’t I said it often enough: the problems men are facing today is making them grow stronger.
We can already see the first specks of shit flying in all directions, as it is now hitting the proverbial fan.

Sit back and relax: the show is going to last for a long while.

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Rebel October 11, 2011 at 11:20

@Oddsock:

Celente, Keiser, Schiff, Icke, Jones. All of them are fine.

Here is another one:

G. Edward Griffin.

Watch him on Youtube.

Add Stefan Molyneux for good measure.

Have a Guiness on me, mate.

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demirogue October 11, 2011 at 11:22

All I really have to say to these women is this:

TALK TO THE HAND.

And no bitch, it’s not a fist full of dollars.

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Mr Stricter October 11, 2011 at 11:27

Economics need not be a Liberal issue nor need it be hijacked by the cultural left.

Its perfectly possible to support a sane balanced system with good jobs, a small but effective safety net that discourages Feminism and be a socially Conservative person.

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MWPeak October 11, 2011 at 11:34

On the surface, these situations sounds horrible and unjust. But I keep in mind that what is printed for the cameras and the cause is not the whole story. If I were to sit down with pen and paper and systematically work out the situation including the causes and opportunities for improvement, I wonder if these ladies wouldn’t need anything more than some self-reliance and maybe some help from a next-door neighbor.

Of course, female self-reliance and ingenuity (two hallmarks of feminist propaganda) would cancel out their status as female victims.

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Craig Himself October 11, 2011 at 11:34

Imagine:

“I worked hard as an amiable nerd through high school and college, forewent partying and cheap sex, earned a high-quality engineering degree and paid back my school loans in three years.”

“I’ve done great work as an employee. I’ve also started a company, failed, gone bankrupt, and been kept alive by my parents as I peeled myself back off the sidewalk. I’ll be paying them back for fifteen years.”

“I want nothing more than to be a good Daddy who loves and enjoys (and keeps!) his children. However much I have to save, and wherever I have to move, and whichever language I must learn in order to achieve that, I will.”

“I will NOT launch my children into a system I don’t believe in. I will walk away from what will never work, I’ll work hard, I’ll eat beans and rice if I have to, I’ll love and support my dependents, and I WILL be appreciated for it.”

“I am the 1%.”

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Eincrou October 11, 2011 at 11:35

Mr Stricter: “Its perfectly possible to support a sane balanced system with good jobs, a small but effective safety net that discourages Feminism and be a socially Conservative person.”

Yes, it’s perfectly possible as long as your plan is as vague as humanly imaginable. You might some foolish and naive people willing to stand on your rickety platform of undefined feel-good-isms.

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oddsock October 11, 2011 at 11:39

Rebel

Yup I listen to them too. A Jones has some great guests but usually ruins the interview with his lengthy interuptions. I like Webster Tarply and quite a few of his regulars.

Guiness is ok but it’s like drinking liquid slow setting cement.

If you get the chance try Caffries.

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mananon October 11, 2011 at 11:44

Of course, female self-reliance and ingenuity (two hallmarks of feminist propaganda) would cancel out their status as female victims.

-MWPeak

In the feminist mindset there is no contradiction between a woman being strong and self-reliant and being a victim of patriarchy in need of liberation.

A woman earning £60,000 a year is in need of liberation. The man on £15,000 sweeping the road outside her house is her oppressor.

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Aharon October 11, 2011 at 11:49

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shiva1008 October 11, 2011 at 12:10

I misunderstood too what mananon wrote at first. I think that whole comment was, this is how most people think, not how he thinks.

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Firepower October 11, 2011 at 12:14

Rebel

Then what?

There will never be enough manginas to pay for the “ladies”.

The Government WILL
buy off whatever groups
threaten it most

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Lyn87 October 11, 2011 at 12:19

This is priceless:

I am an Artist. I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fiber Art. I sold my soul to the retail gods, just so I can make my monthly student loan payments. I get 12 hours a week. I do not make enough to pay for my car insurance and maintenance or to move out of my parents house. I’m on my mother’s insurance plan for the next few months then I’m s.o.l.

How do you make art without a soul?!

Really, Princess? R-E-A-L-L-Y!?!?!?!?

She went into debt for a crap-load of money to get a B.A degree in Fiber Arts and she’s surprised that people are not lining up to pay her bills? News flash: everybody has the right to make all the art they want with all the “soul” they care to put into it – but they do NOT have the right to make other people pay for them to make it. I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that every single person who has ever lived to adulthood had some measure of creativity, so there is no dividing line between artists and non-artists, just between those people who make a living at it and those who don’t. If she wants to have enough money to live on while doing nothing but making her “art,” she needs to make art that people will buy. NOBODY is going to pay her to play around making “fiber art,” that is only of interest to her. (I had to Google that to find out what it is – it’s basically making freaky stuff out of yarn and cloth. If I had a glue-gun and a bunch of assorted rags I could make cutting-edge “fiber art” too, and so could anyone reading this. I used to do that in 2nd Grade Art class. Sorry, Honey, nobody is going to pay me to do it either.)

Personally I would love to live well while doing whatever happens to interest me on any given day. You don’t need a degree in Fine Arts to want that for yourself. Her problem is that she thinks the fact that she is a self-styled “artist” means that she is actually entitled to a life of leisurely artistic pursuit without any concern for making a living, while other people (“non-artists,” no doubt) should have their souls crushed earning the money to which she is entitled as a soulful “artist.”

(Maybe she’ll find some chump who will subsidize her dream of being a “real” artist in exchange for sex. It might just work for a while since she’s not bad-looking – for now.) When I want to do stuff that is only of interest to me I still have to pay for it and my bills too – which means I have to earn money. I can’t stand “artists” who think that “non-artists” should have to pay for them to play with finger-paints and play-dough.

Want money to but art supplies and pay your bills, Sweetie? No problem: come over and clean my house and mow my lawn and then I’ll pay you for doing something useful. Want money so you can spend your time making sculptures out of yarn? Get a freaking job.

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John Lee Pettimore October 11, 2011 at 12:20

Look, in the end, all this comes down to some really basic truths.

a) Your ability to earn money is, over time, directly connected to your ability to provide something valuable — something real people are willing to pay for. Being an “activist” at a feminist nonprofit does not deliver value.

b) These people are simply pursuing their own self-interest through a basically dishonest description of themselves as pursuing “justice”. They don’t give a shit about justice. They want money, exactly the same way, say, a used-car salesman or a hooker does. That’s it. At least the hooker earns it. One of these people simply takes it because it’s “fair”.

c) This whole silly little charade is absolutely dependent on lots and lots of free PR from the press. Once that goes away, so will the movement, if that’s what it is. I give them two weeks before their fifteen minutes are up.

d) As a group, these people are almost totally helpless, and they know it. Since they have no real marketable skills, lots of debt and so on, if there is any real shift in the social order, they are by far the most vulnerable. If there’s a real depression, if you know how to cook, or fix and engine, or stitch up a wound, you’ll survive. If all you know is how to be a feminist activist, you’re going to learn, quickly, that there’s not much of a real market for that. These folks are almost completely dependent on the system they’re allegedly criticizing.

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Lsmbr October 11, 2011 at 12:29

We are the 53%.

http://the53.tumblr.com/

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RW October 11, 2011 at 12:30

The nature of these movements usually invites the whole spectrum of Leftists to tag on different agendas, which usually means promoting each person’s pet oppressions.

Feminism, aside from being kind of trendy in its “lite” forms among some college crowds, also gives some of these women a narrative to explain their disappointments and justify them in a way that’s more palatable. So, it’s going to pop up.

Their problems are more likely due to the general economic hardship that is affecting everyone (though, apparently disproportionately MEN, actually) and poor life choices. Probably not much to do with the mystical powers of the patriarchy seeking and destroying all vagina carriers and thwarting them at every turn.

I’ll attract scorn by saying I do have sympathy for these people. Regardless of how poor their judgement was, I don’t think they, or anybody else, should be in such straits. They fucked up, they need some help, fair enough. At the same time, yes, I grinned at the second photo. “I want to work as Feminist!” why can’t i?!

The progressive stack just makes me laugh. All the big oppressions and the big privileges are economic. Addressing those directly would broaden appeal, so they should dispense with these sideshows that will only dilute appeal. Also agree with what other people have been saying about the duff degrees, i.e.: Who told you the degree would be useful? You’ve been cheated by more than just the banks.

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Mikey October 11, 2011 at 12:35

I would love to be king of the world for a day. I would make all single mothers testify as to why they are single mothers; All those without good reason (98%?) would have their wages garnished in a “slag tax” commensurate to the amount of money they’ve sponged off society. What about those who don’t work I hear you ask?, simple, they’ll have to report to their nearest brothel (which I’d legalize) and start work. If that sounds bitter, well I’m embittered.

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keyster October 11, 2011 at 12:39

“As I’ve stated, it should be clear by now that all Liberal activism is inherently anti-male.”

F*ck off ASSHOLE, you know NeoCon/Republicans are just as bad because they want men to “man up” and they passed no-fault divorce and they voted for VAWA and Bob Dole drove new rule 413, and they did a bunch of other stuff I don’t have time to look up on the internet right now.

It’s not about conservatives vs. liberals it’s the whole system!
It’s about justice and freedom and greedy corporations taking bail out money. Not “good” corporations like Apple and Starbucks, but you know evil ones like WalMart, all the banks and Exxon/Mobile and whatever company Dick Cheney owned.

(Nothing personal Fire Power, but you knew it was coming. I just thought I’d lay it there as a sort of “fire break”.)

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Jim October 11, 2011 at 12:53

I went to county college to keep costs down. I matriculated to a 4 year school and finished my Bachelor of Science in Biology. I broke my ass along the way to get to where I am in the Power Generation field. I have no debt other than a mortgage that is paid on time.

My heart pumps piss for them.

I am the 53%

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bruno October 11, 2011 at 13:08

“We have a professional group of social protesters in this country. Other writers here have correctly identified this groups as graduate students in womens studies and the pussy beggars they can draw.”

And they will hijack every social movement, whatever is happening, it doesn’t matter what it is, their conclusion will always be:
“Women must get more privileges, men should not have any rights, only duties.”

The real activists against the banking system should see that the feminazi’s are hijacking their movement, and kick them out.

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Rebel October 11, 2011 at 13:27

Firepower October 11, 2011 at 12:14

The Government WILL
buy off whatever groups
threaten it most”

I get your point, but with what money?… we’re running out of trees, therefore of “money”.
Where will our desendants live if we cut all the remaining trees?

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sharp October 11, 2011 at 13:43

I can’t imagine being a white man and being okay with this “progressive stack” thing. Are you brainwashed? Stupid? You’re okay with being a 5th class citizen? You fool. What an insult to any white man who has busted his ass his whole life, like me. If I had a guest over my house and they told told me I was privileged because I’m a white man I’d kick them the hell out. Get out of my fcking house you piece of shit.

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American October 11, 2011 at 13:45

Yer right Bruno, gender-Raunch is hijacking their movement. One must realize that 20 years of Gender-raunch feminism in our schools is silencing any other voice besides Gender-raunch.

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Rebel October 11, 2011 at 13:52

@Oddsock

I’ll see if I can find that beer.

I was thinking that perhaps you might be interested in Iserbyt.

Here’s something that, IMO, explains much of the success of feminism.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezTIYd5UFRY&feature=related

Methinks we are headed for the Second Dark Age. A long period of dormancy for our civ.

That’s why I think that survivalism should be an integral part of the Men’s Movement.

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Poiuyt October 11, 2011 at 13:53

Deeper and more sinister manipulations of the people are being implimented by the PTB in collusion with government in their attempts to provoke the sheeple to a point of more easily and ably justifying a “garrison state,” marshalled and controlled by a millitarised sexist police machinery.

http://standyourground.com/forums/index.php?topic=22107.0
Quote “””… The Planned Collapse Of USA [...And the Pan Anglo-Euro Gynosphere] The government has known for decades that America is on a countdown to self-destruction. Among the elite it is common knowledge that our “global economy” must one day collapse from its own dead weight. In 1974 an intensive research project was undertaken by the Stanford Research Institute and the Charles F. Kettering Foundation for the Dept. of Education. Their final report was released as the Changing Images of Man. It was compiled by the SRI Center for the Study of Social Policy, Director Willis Harmon. This is a far-reaching investigation into how the basic nature of man might be changed. The Aquarian Conspiracy describes the implementation of their work in the real world…”””Unquote.

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American October 11, 2011 at 13:59

super greedy American manufacturers thought that by exporting manufacturing jobs to 3rd world countries,that their bottom lines would improve by 20%. Well their bottom lines did improve by 20 percent, but now 15 years later ,the American manufacturing economy has collapsed.
The 20% more that they earned by trimming manufacturing costs at the expense of the America worker, their voracious appetites for more, may prove to be a very costly victory for them in the long run.

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Common Monster October 11, 2011 at 14:01

I’d never heard of those “stacks”… didn’t they ever learn about how two wrongs don’t make a right?

This is a perfect movement (or whatever it is) for feminista types: women are as stingy as bankers during a depression, so they should know all about how that stuff works.

Particularly in this instance, as the whole housing bubble was driven by women’s Better Homes & Gardens impulses. As usual, those who tried to facilitate their happiness (i.e., men mostly) catch all the blame.

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American October 11, 2011 at 14:03

Righties and lefties will bicker about useless trivialities all they want, But folks, the guys that are running America, are still running it into the ground. One day they use the left handed shovel, the next day they use the right handed shovel.

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American October 11, 2011 at 14:10

American manufacturers wanted to “trim manufacturing costs” by exporting these jobs to 3rd world countries. But now that the manufacturing jobs have been exported to 3rd world countries, who has any money to buy these manufactured goods???
Politicians and pork bloaters have been federally pork bloating the economy with borrowed money from china (so Americans can buy these manufactured goods that are made overseas), but the China dollars are drying up.

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John Hembling October 11, 2011 at 14:23

Holy shit. I actually supported OWS until this post. Fuck this. Yes, I want financial reform. But there is no fuckin way in hell am I supporting some entitled douche nozzle who wants to become an activist for a feminist non-profit. Ladies, get this: fuck you fuck you fuck you.

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keyster October 11, 2011 at 14:24

Ironically the whole movement originated from or was “suggested” by a leftist/socialist activist group based in Vancouver, BC called “Adbusters”.

http://www.adbusters.org/

Adbusters Media Foundation of Vancouver, Canada, the nonprofit behind the “anti-consumerist” magazine, has received funding from organizations associated with radical philanthropist George Soros’s Democracy Alliance, a donor collaborative that wants to push America farther left. The foundation has received $176,500 since 2001 from the Glaser Progress Foundation, which was created by Alliance member Rob Glaser. Glaser heads the online multimedia company RealNetworks.

The Adbusters Media Foundation has also taken in $309,773 from the Tides Foundation since 2001. Tides was created by Drummond Pike, a close friend of ACORN founder Wade Rathke.

http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/40404

It always starts with the money.

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Rebel October 11, 2011 at 14:29

@American October 11, 2011 at 13:59
super greedy American manufacturers thought that by exporting manufacturing jobs to 3rd world countries……., their voracious appetites for more, may prove to be a very costly victory for them in the long run.”

The manufacturing companies may return to America.

If the dollar collapses and is devalued, manpower in the U.S. will be cheaper than in China. Then the manufacturing jobs might very well return.

We will swap places with the Chinese.

At least, it’s a possibility.

Sacrebleu!

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keyster October 11, 2011 at 14:43

“Holy shit. I actually supported OWS until this post. Fuck this.”

Thank you John Hembling,…oh wait, I’m sorry, you wanted to say something? You can’t because here at OWS we’ve implemented what’s called the “progressive stack” in who we let speak, which allows a diversity of people previously marginalized by white male privilage to have a voice. I’m sorry, you’ll just have to go to the back of the line. The “mic of the people” is only for those people more equal than others, otherwise known as anyone who’s not white and male.

http://feministing.com/2011/10/04/guest-post-my-hope-for-occupy-wall-street/

Damn! I knew my relatives being slave owners and woman oppressors was gonna come back and bite me eventually. That day has come.

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Opus October 11, 2011 at 15:06

I see that I have got it all wrong. I now realise am being led to believe (see first photo) that all women are jobless (i.e. stay-at-home) mothers (a woman’s free choice as it is her body which has now strangely morphed into four) who have not got a husband (sluts or slutty-divorcees) and that only 1% of Americans have a job or money or are not burdened with illegitimate children. It’s clearly worse than I thought.

I think this clearly needs a Malthus/Smith analysis which will conclude the sooner we let them starve and allow the market’s ‘invisible hand’ to waft, then things will sort themselves out. Alternatively why not print a lot of those nice dollar bills – or would that be too inflationary?

Of course had women been running the economy everything would have been just fine – as they sit in mud-huts on the banks of the Susquehana, fighting over strong-man alpha males. Yes I think the Rev Malthus would have had something useful to say about this ‘Poor Law’ desire for a 99% bail-out.

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CorkyAgain October 11, 2011 at 15:19

I will never understand why or how white men can side with groups that have so explicitly defined them as the enemy. Is it some kind of masochistic death impulse? What is it that compels them to rub up against people who hate them? Do they think that confessing their “guilt” will make them any less white, any less male?

When everyone else is only concerned with what’s in it for them, being self-sacrificing is a fool’s game.

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Quartermain October 11, 2011 at 15:21

When phony proliteriat Michael Whore made himself known, I knew something was wrong with OWS.

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CorkyAgain October 11, 2011 at 15:34

OT

To the list of economic commentators worth following, add:

Karl Denninger at http://market-ticker.org/

Mike Shedlock at http://globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com/

Doug Nolan at http://www.prudentbear.com/index.php/commentary/creditbubblebulletin

Bill Bonner at http://dailyreckoning.com/

I also like the socionomics stuff from Elliott Wave International.

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Firepower October 11, 2011 at 15:50

Rebel

Firepower October 11, 2011 at 12:14

The Government WILL
buy off whatever groups
threaten it most”

I get your point, but with what money?

No nation is ever entirely “broke.”

Even poor nations where millions starve to death always…always find money to protect the regime supporters until its last dying breath. North Korea for one.

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Paradoxotaur October 11, 2011 at 15:51

The article on feminsting cracked me up. Lori queefing about how the WSJ isn’t sufficiently inclusive of women, how the progressive stack is necessary- all this in light of the “Meet Us” panel being exclusively Y-challenged individuals. One of the comments was ~ racism and sexism is so cool when we do it. I think the only reason it made it past the moderator was that she thought it was sincere, rather than sarcasm. What racist, sexist pigs those women are.

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Adonis October 11, 2011 at 15:59

@Nico

I don’t want to support women who fuck with psychopaths. I want to work, toil and risk my life for a woman who pays me back in cash (with sex, affection, kids, respect).

“Trust In GOD, All Others Must Pay In Cash” ~Ryder

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Firepower October 11, 2011 at 16:12

John Hembling

Holy shit. I actually supported OWS until this post. Fuck this. But there is no fuckin way in hell am I supporting some entitled douche nozzle who wants to become an activist for a feminist non-profit. Ladies, get this: fuck you fuck you fuck you.

I told you so, but you refused to listen.

Liberalism is defined by its enemy. That enemy is the White Hetero Male.
The black hates him, the Illegal hates him, the feminist hates him. Every new manifestation of “Liberal Activism” will demonize the WHM.

I do, give you credit for admitting your anger now that your eyes have (maybe) opened; disillusion is painful.

You’d better be prepared for the next time they come to trick you.

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fmz October 11, 2011 at 16:24

Occupying Whore Street… birds of a feather.

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Tom936 October 11, 2011 at 16:29

As far as they are concerned, if you are male, then you are part of the 1%.

A quoteable turn of phrase. What makes it delicious is that most of our opponents just won’t get the problem with that.

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cooterbee October 11, 2011 at 16:38

When are you guys ever going to learn. Zheesh. You see a few random cunts in the crowd and then side with the most outrageous misandry. These fembots are only biting the hand that feeds them. The 1%, so to speak, sponsor feminism and misandry. There wouldn’t be skanks or feminazis to start with if this 1% didn’t force it on us.

The likes of Jessica Valenti say or do nothing without the active contribution and direction of the 1%. It doesn’t matter who takes them down. If welfare skanks are willing to take a bullet from the very goons who they send after us, then so much the better. Make no mistake. A pig who is actively engaged in tazing a pregnant skank for stepping on a sidewalk is not beating on an innocent and handcuffed man in his own home.

It’s amazing that you could be so proud of flipping burgers and scrimping to see that no skank talks first then turn around and endorse sending thousands of men to their deaths overseas in order to make the word safe for bailouts and outsourcing.

The 1% need to be punished for the misandry that they caused and I don’t care who does the beheading.

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Boxer October 11, 2011 at 16:49

I demand to be paid a good salary to write cheeseball pornography all day, while listening to Front Line Assembly and eating Cheetos…

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oddsock October 11, 2011 at 16:49

“It’s not about conservatives vs. liberals it’s the whole system!

That much is correct. I do believe that once you all put down this designed division you are gradually slowly but surely coming together to reach the same conclusion.

No matter how much you dems and republicans bitch and fight kick and scream. You will eventually be forced to accept the west is fecked. In the USA true capitalizm died a long time ago. It is way beyond saving. The only positive thing I take from OWS is the rebellion against the system and it is certainly highlighting just how many women will lose this privalidged lifestyle when it all goes tits up, as it will for sure.

Rebel.

As always, you make excellent observations and suggestions. I suspect, especially for you Americans, basic survival skills are a must, certainly for any free range MGTOW type. I do think things are going to get that bad. I hope not but a little preperation would do no harm.

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Boxer October 11, 2011 at 16:56

On a serious note: The student loan scam is going to crash, and I don’t expect it to last more than a few more years. All you young brothers who seriously can not pay for school, jump on the bandwagon, get that education, and then high tail it out of the country for a great job (defaulting outside the USA is meaningless), or just stay here and have your loan forgiven. There are no sex quotas or requirements for student aid in the USA. Men can get it too, and should.

The writing is on the wall for this one. I see a massive debt forgiveness package in America’s future, fueled by all these silly princesses with their nonsense degrees in underwater basketweaving. Young men: Take advantage of this shit.

More later…

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oddsock October 11, 2011 at 16:56

CorkyAgain

“When everyone else is only concerned with what’s in it for them, being self-sacrificing is a fool’s game.”

The above is exactly why we men ( any colour religion ) are in the shit we are in and is also why no political party is our friend. Voting or supporting any major party is the same as turkeys voting for christmas.

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TFH October 11, 2011 at 16:58

Despite media assistance, it is telling that these ragtag losers can assemble a movement, but MRAs just can’t seem to manage the equivalent.

Just about any lefty cause immediately gets off the ground on all fronts of activism. Even without media sympathy, they manage a bunch of other prongs of activist presence.

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CorkyAgain October 11, 2011 at 17:05

@ TFH

It’s easy to get a movement going when it’s moving in a direction the ptb already want to go.

There’s more to this than media sympathy or neglect.

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fmz October 11, 2011 at 17:06

The whole thing is a clever slight of hand where a vocal minority are attempting to conceal bilking their own (middle class wage slaves pay highest proportion of tax and highest aggregate dollar amount) by shifting attention to the rich, who either aren’t gonna get higher tax rates, or if they do, will pay their lawyers to figure out the loopholes (like charitable donations to foundations they control). And if they cant do that, it wont matter to them anyway as they’re so loaded, the effect will be imaterial. They’re being used by scapegoats for the the entitled to bilk those whom they claim to be one of them.

Your assertion that they are driven by misandry or at least use the opportunity to give expression to it, can also be fingered by observing the arguementative tactics they employ. They use psychological and emotional manipultion, logical fallacy and misrepresentation to sell their point, to diminish any opposition and to recruit you. Very feminine in nature, sort of how a woman will insult and shame you b/c you dont want to be with an insulting and shaming woman, as if that’s gonna make her attractive to you.

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Rocco October 11, 2011 at 17:13

@ Firepower

Brilliant and powerful….firepower.

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fmz October 11, 2011 at 17:17

They’re being used by scapegoats…

should be,

They’re being used as scapegoats…

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keyster October 11, 2011 at 17:19

“Despite media assistance, it is telling that these ragtag losers can assemble a movement, but MRAs just can’t seem to manage the equivalent.”

They don’t have jobs, they live with their parents and most importantly they are gloriously politically correct.

MRA’s typically don’t meet these high standards, necessary to be openly activist.

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keyster October 11, 2011 at 17:26

“Want money to but art supplies and pay your bills, Sweetie? No problem: come over and clean my house and mow my lawn and then I’ll pay you for doing something useful. Want money so you can spend your time making sculptures out of yarn? Get a freaking job.”

Mmm..ok, yeah I guess…but so uhm like, I’ll only use like environmentally friendly organic cleaning products and stuff, and a solar powered self propelled mower. Also, I’ll need full health insurance, vacation pay and I can’t work Monday’s cause like that’s my yoga class. Plus you can’t be a corporation of any kind and must demonstrate you have a viable household recycling plan in place at all times. When do I start?

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TFH October 11, 2011 at 17:33

Corky,

It’s easy to get a movement going when it’s moving in a direction the ptb already want to go.

Yes, I know. But we also have the truth on our side, and a large number of men who suspect something is wrong, and just need the dots to be connected.

Furthermore, our cause strengthens from information flow, while our opponents are dependent on clamping information flow. The former is the more advantageous position to be in over time.

MRA’s typically don’t meet these high standards, necessary to be openly activist.

Yes, but Tea Party people do have jobs.

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Lovekraft October 11, 2011 at 17:39

An interesting angle to the OWS protests you may wish to know is that Michael Bloomberg has a stake in the land occupied by these Marxists. So in return for allowing them to squat there, Obama’s admin approved a ‘loan’ to one of Bloomberg’s subsidiaries.

Wonder when we’ll see this show up on Legacy media.

Back to the topic at hand, I find the delusion of these women to be laughable from a man’s perspective for this reason: we have been told ad nauseum that woman are independent, strong and our equals, yet when times are hard, they play the widdle gurls, blaming others for their stupid life choices.

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ubermensch October 11, 2011 at 17:40

Send in the National Guard with M134s and clean Wall Street up …

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Rebel October 11, 2011 at 17:46

@Boxer:
“More later…”

If you know more, tell us.

@Oddock:Voting or supporting any major party is the same as turkeys voting for christmas”

British humor is cool.

I wonder: how is Thanksgivings day in Turkey? Feck! Is it like a turkey eating itself?

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cooterbee October 11, 2011 at 18:04

[i]Yes, but Tea Party people do have jobs.[/i]

Sure they have jobs. Coolie wages in some deadly occupation is their due for being the shills of privilege and proponents of male bloodshed.

They are more than willing to let their sons be ground up in the military meat grinder just so they can have what little they have able to save stolen to falsely imprison even more men. Just so long as some slut someplace doesn’t get prenatal care. That is the main thing.

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Rocco October 11, 2011 at 18:11

They’re not allowed to walk correct?

From reading those letters, are these the Slut Sitters?

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greyghost October 11, 2011 at 18:49

Those women have got to be amongst the most irresponsible and worthless sluts in america they can teach a geto baby mamma a thing or two. These are what a woman on the blue pill looks like. Every one of them needs to have their children removed and given a child support bill just as any father. Impune income and run up the errears with jail time. That first one with the 3 kids Damn. Post up a sign on one of them walking along a Texas freeway in July picking up trash. “single non custodial mom paying child support to state and earning a living. I’m now a 1 percenter”

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greyghost October 11, 2011 at 18:51

America needs a male birth control pill and a culture of MGTOW.Indifference is the only cure for women that delusional

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Attila October 11, 2011 at 19:20

Women in a nutshell: give me, i feel, my body, bla bla bla …..so predictable it’s not even interesting.

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Bryan October 11, 2011 at 19:26

I hope the “sexist haircutting place” that she is defaming, finds out that one of their employees is defaming them before the world on the internet and fires her. Anybody want to try to track down where she works and get her fired? Feminists and leftists in general seem to LOVE to do that to conservatives, especially conservative men, always for reasons of us being non-PC. If you are going to defame your employer on the internet you deserve to be fired.

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Bryan October 11, 2011 at 19:49

I found their demands list-

http://occupywallst.org/forum/proposed-list-of-demands-for-occupy-wall-st-moveme/

My answer/assessment of their demands…

A minimum wage well above the market wage for the labor will result in massive and widespread unemployment, in addition to helping to fuel hyper-inflation. If you instituted a national $20 dollar per hour minimum wage tonight, you would have 40-50% unemployment in the morning as every single retail chain collapsed due to being forced to pay people at a non-market rate. They would be unable to continue operating under such circumstances, or they might dismiss 95% of their employees and leave stores to be run by an absolutely bare minimum skeleton crew as they wouldn’t be able to manage to pay the 40-50 workers needed to effectively run the store at the new mandatory wage of $20 dollars per hour, and thus they’d only have 4 or 5 workers on hand at any one time.

Free college education will destroy the value of a college degree by allowing anybody to get into college regardless of their individual merits/skills. Ultimately college will become worthless and will be seen as irrelevant as high school flunkies flood into colleges, making them nothing more than an extension of the failed public school system.

Guaranteed living wage regardless of employment would destroy certain sectors because markets decide what the relative worth of any given work is, not bureaucrats who have a “feeling” about the situation.

Shutting down all nuclear power plants would plunge America into a new dark age, as there is nothing comparable to replace the plants, not to mention it would put several hundred thousand people out of work.

Destroying the petroleum industry would probably result in putting 2-3 million people out of work.

Blanket debt forgiveness will do nothing other than encourage people to begin racking up new debt. Debt forgiveness (a biblical “jubilee”) should only ever be considered if it was combined with a policy that PROHIBITED the person from taking out a new mortgage, receiving a car loan, receiving a credit card, etc. Simply giving everybody a blank slate with no conditions attached would allow them to immediately begin racking up new debt.

The open borders proposal is the most pernicious of all the proposals, because open borders would result in at least 100-300 million people coming to the USA within a few years (indeed HALF the population of India said they would come to the USA if they could get here and were allowed to stay here). The new-comers, in the tens of millions, would be competing with Americans for what few jobs were still available.

The proposals are so destructive that if they were implemented they would thoroughly gut and wreck the entire nation, perhaps beyond the point of repair. Telling a wounded and struggling nation, “implement these policies” is the equivalent of telling a man who is sick from Arsenic poisoning to drink hemlock or take cyanide, all you will do is finish him off.

Anybody with a reasonable level of intelligence and a basic understanding of economics would have to realize just how destructive such policies would be, so I can only assume that they were concocted by somebody with an agenda, that agenda being to deliver a finishing blow, a coup de grace, to the United States of America and the American way of life.

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Mr. J October 11, 2011 at 19:57

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Peter October 11, 2011 at 20:16

No nation is ever entirely “broke.”

Even poor nations where millions starve to death always…always find money to protect the regime supporters until its last dying breath. North Korea for one.

Actually, Firepower is right. Think about Zimbabwe, or whatever the name for that basketcase s***hole is these days. The money is worth nothing, but yet, Mugabe still says in power. why? Because he still keeps on their private and legally entitled property a small number white farmers who generate the only income for his basketcase s***hole. When the time comes and even his supporters get impatient, he sacrifices a few of these golden geese and “redistributes” their land to poor Zimbabweans.

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Bryan October 11, 2011 at 20:17

OWS is a revolt by parasites/fleas who gorged themselves for decades and now are enraged that the dog has finally run out of blood.

Women and other unproductive tax eaters were in the middle of enjoying a spending spree that was expected to last a thousand years, at the expense of men (men in general) and they are outraged to learn that they won’t get more than about 4-5 decades, because the money isn’t available anymore…

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Peter October 11, 2011 at 20:38

THANK YOU for posting those pictures.

They were fucking hilarious and made my day.

Suck it down bitches.

If you blow me PROPERLY I’ll buy you a 99 cent burger

Despite my recent spat with him, I’ve started reading AfOR’s blog. It’s actually quite fascinating reading, the most relevant part to today’s post being this:

“I think that again the wimminz are more sensitive than most to market changes, certainly more sensitive than the politicos and bankers and corporate greed types who all are quite dissociated from the world of the man on the street….

Certainly the wimminz adverts all have shifted from saying that all their ex’s are bastards, to saying that they get on well with “the” ex, they have shifted from saying how wonderful and independent they are as wimminz, to saying they just want a good and true man to love and care for, they have shifted from ball busting lick my cunt you wimp shit to on my knees willing to be master’s sex toy and servant, they have shifted from want to be wined and dined for a first date to willing to meet for a coffee, will buy, and they have shifted from obese is beautiful and you will worship my fat sweaty lardy ass you limp dick bastard to not in as good shape as I should be but working on it and will get there and stay there for my man.”

I haven’t been on the internet dating scene in a while, but I’d bet money that if I went on my local POF today the scene would be similar to what AfOR describes it. Ultimately, despite what feminists say about female empowerment, real-life frontline women deep down know they are dependent on the goodwill of men.

These photos on this 99% blog are simply another aspect of what AfOR is describing. Women shaming and appealing to the chivalry in the vast bulk of men in order to continue to keep providing for them (the 1% actually don’t figure in this equation; women know the burden will again mostly fall on the shrinking number of productive middle-class men.)

What they don’t realize is that each individual woman is like a miniature Greece, and each man is not the hyper-powerful Germany, but more like a Slovakia, another poor euro country that is being asked to pony up money to bail out a less responsible neighbour. Apropos, here is the response of one of the Slovak ruling coalition members:

http://www.spiegel.de/international/europe/0,1518,790577,00.html
“A few years back, we survived an economic crisis. With great effort and tough reforms, we put it behind us. Today, Slovakia has the lowest average salaries in the euro zone. How am I supposed to explain to people that they are going to have to pay a higher value-added tax (VAT) so that Greeks can get pensions three times as high as the ones in Slovakia?”

Indeed. Similarly, why should men who worked their asses off in school or learning a trade subsidize a chick whose idea of hard work is playing Arts and Crafts? Why should men who barely got the merest nod of female attention in the prime of their life now support single moms who thought getting knocked up by a broke musician was a great idea?

The least these ungrateful women could do is let the men in their midst speak when it is their turn. In a way, AfOR is right. Back of the line for these men. What are they, if not…?

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Pro-male/Anti-feminist Tech October 11, 2011 at 21:22

Wow….I swear…What an article…….Some people just cannot see the forest for the trees…..
Having thousands of otherwise enemies fight battles toward your own goals for you only to complain about it because they say some of the wrong things while doing so……………Man, I think I’ve seen it all.

They’re only pissed that the banks got the money instead of women. Wealth redistribution to women is not my goal.

Rebel October 11, 2011 at 21:26

@Rocco October 11, 2011

From reading those letters, are these the Slut Sitters?”

They should watch out for the “Slut slitters”, those slutty slits.

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keyster October 11, 2011 at 22:02

Under TARP, signed into law by Bush in October of 2008, 0f the $245 billion invested in U.S. banks, over $169 billion has been paid back, including $13.7 billion in dividends, interest and other income, along with $4 billion in warrant proceeds as of April 2010.

AIG is considered “on track” to pay back $51 billion from divestitures of two units and another $32 billion in securities.

In March 2010, GM repaid more than $2 billion to the U.S. and Canadian governments and on April 21, GM announced the entire loan portion of the U.S. and Canadian governments’ investments had been paid back in full, with interest, for a total of $8.1 billion.

Total return as of Sept 2011 is a net positive RETURN to the US Treasury of $14 Billion in interest. TARP or ” big government bail out of Wall Street” was profitible.

Of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 signed into law by Obama VERY LITTLE of the $847 Billion went to actual jobs. Check out where the money went:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Recovery_and_Reinvestment_Act_of_2009

It was pure unmitigated pork distributed by Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi. THIS is what the kids on Wall Street should be upset about, because it is THEY that will have to pay it back, through higher taxes and lost entitlements.

They mean well, but they’re avoiding the elephant in the room; the current resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. You know, the same guy most of them voted for in 2008.

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evilwhitemalempire October 11, 2011 at 22:27

PMAFT you have totally outdone yourself this time!

A while back I tried to tell everyone that the wall street protestors were just a bunch of bums wanting the rich to pony up to continue their entitlements in the wake of the federal budget cuts.
But you did a much better job than I could have.
AND you provided direct linkages between what’s going on in the streets and the feminists.

Out-fucking-standing work!

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evilwhitemalempire October 11, 2011 at 22:39

I posted this on David (mocking illiteracy since 2010) Futrelle’s website a while back.

“Say! How many of you here are blogging from Wall Street to protest those mean old rich guys not ponying up to continue your entitlements in the wake of the federal budget crisis?
Student loan debt up the wazoo and no make-work government job in your field of wimminz menstrating vagina art monologue studeeez waiting for you when you graduate from your place of higher indoctrination? lol
BTW I was up on that balcony drinking champaign and laughing.”

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evilwhitemalempire October 11, 2011 at 23:13

Keyster’s definitely on a roll today.

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Depravo October 11, 2011 at 23:32

These 99%ers have achieved the impossible, they’ve made the fat cats look relatively good.

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fmz October 11, 2011 at 23:50

OWS is definitaley contained protest, if not orchestrated. Let the kids out into the fenced yard at recess to let off steam and run amok. Stomp on any that get too far out of line, sending a message to the rest. Double useful. Then its back to class, learning how to follow the rules. Nothing good to come from it, teaching the same lesson to the newly minted discontented. Fatting up that discontent to feed the party political machine, most likely the left.

This eposide demonstrates that there will be no watershed collapse of the ‘system.’ The shit wont be hitting any fans anytime soon. Its a slow intergenerational slide or transition. Folks dont seem to get it, instead just plodding along following the learnt script. Easier for stay on the blue pills.

These demonstartions more or less show how insipid it is out there.

GO.
Your Way.

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Maaldweb October 12, 2011 at 00:13

This whole OWT farse is another form of controlled opposition. By controlling both sides you control the outcome. It is a variation of the Hegelian dialectics of thesis, antithesis, synthesis. If you are racking your head over where those scumbag femicunts find their money for their speakers, their banners etc search inside Wall Street. After all don’t forget that it was Jacob Schiff and the other WS scumbags who funded the Bolshevik Revolution in the first place, as well as feminism.

The communist and femicunt freaks that you see gathered outside WS are being used to ridicule and delegitimise any serious movement against the WS money grabbing parasites. No serious individual would ever want to associate with those commie-femicunt freaks so the OWS protest will remain a very bad joke which will eventually fade away.

So qui bono? Of course the bankers.

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Maaldweb October 12, 2011 at 00:18

Cui Bono* dammit I need a cup of coffee now!

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myway October 12, 2011 at 00:32

Wall street mob is entitled left wingers who think they are owed for obvious dumb choices, scared to say so and instead blame system like pansy victims. The always blame something and protest to be saved, hate anyone who can see what they are up to, especially hate men who dont blame.

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Alansmith October 12, 2011 at 00:46

‘It’s the whole system, the banksters and elite, divide and conquer, peace out man’

pffft. Marxists.

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evilwhitemalempire October 12, 2011 at 00:47

From the photos above:

“I have no money to hire a lawyer so I can divorce my abusive husband.”

Heh. If she’s telling the absolute truth about her life on that paper (questionable) then she needs to go back to that abusive husband and start doing some serious dick sucking.
And if he wants anal sex she’d better give it to ‘em.

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Migu October 12, 2011 at 01:43

Hey limeys.

You guys forgot Walter block.

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universe October 12, 2011 at 01:54

…let the dudes pay the bill

– One is led to a number of questions…which “dudes”. And, pay whose or what bill?
The middle white collar office drone or the blue collar workin’ stiff dude? Or does she refer to the starched stuffed white collar business shark dude?
None of these dudes should be required to have their legitimately earned wealth distributed to buttress the lifestyle of others. It’s already enough that people be penalized for their initiative but taxed disproportionately more because of higher initiative and earning? I dunno komrades.

If she expects any of these dude classes to underwrite more than they already do she is a totally different % category altogether.
I am in and part of the 99% lower earnings majority but in a category that doesn’t see the need for the 1% higher earnings minority to pay more personal labour tax to subsidize my existance.
Without references at hand as backing my understanding is that the higher income brackets pay the most tax on income derived from their labour. This being similar to the culturally historical precept of much (responsibility) is required from those with the most. But, this already is the case.

Yet, certain have nots overlook the willful wealth giving already exhibited by those motivated by achievement.
However, if an individual’s annual income far exceeds need or opulence then one have not’s inclination would be to speculate on a certain other’s required acquisition of such uber wealth. If one less secure other obtains much of their dubloons through loopholed duplicity then it would be more palatable to expect a public payback.

Among the 99%-er crowd is a female who complains of an onerous incurred student loan debt of her choice who wishes to finally graduate and then work for a “feminist” organization. She then has the gall to whinge about those who acquire wealth through tactical initiative when she wishes to acquire and spend portions other people’s money through the working of a puerile philosophy whose existance is mostly derived by other people’s money (taxation). It just never seems to stop, doesn’t it?

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gwallan October 12, 2011 at 01:59

TDOM said…

I had previously seen the part about how the movement is organized around a “progressive stack” that excludes men, especially white men. With this attitude, I am surprised (probably shouldn’t be) that there are any men ( especially white men) in the movement. The message is clear “If you are a white man, you are not important to this movement. Sit down and shut up. What you want doesn’t matter.”

The irony is that the same folk will argue that women must always be included else we waste their “talent”. It’s not merely white mens’ wants they ignore but their skills, knowledge and capacity. The underlying fear is that men would inevitably end up running the show. Which, of course, they would.

Further irony lies in their implication that white men are so superior that others can only succeed or be empowered if men hold back. In their urge to empower women they act to perpetuate men as the source of power. Pitiful.

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evilwhitemalempire October 12, 2011 at 02:12

John Hembling reminds me of me 20 years ago.

I used to think capitalism sucked shit and that marxism (or some form of collectivism) was the way to go.

Until two things started becoming clear to me:

A: marxism=feminism

B: feminism=defacto female supremacism

(ergo marxism=defacto female supremacism)

B is the no brainer.
But A requires an eye for more detail.

Look at the kinds of guys who flock to the left.

The males are predominantly the runts of the human litter. They are effeminate (some to the point of homosexuality). They have higher pitched voices. They talk more rapidly like women. They are easily amused by stupid things (most tv these days). They laugh at dumb jokes. Essentially they are overgrown children.
(btw the pro-diversity agenda of the left is chiefly the result of these types over-identifying with persecuted minorities due to their own personal experiences as the high school nerd, bookworm, type.)

The females are predominantly wallflowers and lesbians with axes to grind.
A chick not chosen is angry and resentful. And young lesbos watch as the classmates they fall in love with get taken from them by those… those… goddam boy-things time and time again.
They are more masculine. Many even have pre-beard peach fuzz.

So then what happens when the Lambda Lambda Lambda boys get together with the Omega-Mu’s ala ‘Revenge of the Nerds’?
Are those females going to respect those men?
Are those men going to respect those females?
I think we all know the answers to those questions.

So how does feminism=socialism?
Because it is the default marriage of runt males who weep for the have-nots (socialism) to the bitch-goddess-destroyer wannabee marine mammals that are the feminists. (i.e. default ’cause nobody normal will date either of them)

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fmz October 12, 2011 at 02:24

Charitable donations and foundations are a direct vote of one’s dollars, taking that power out of the hands of govt and its panhandling vested interests. The owners of capital dont yield control of its spending power to the govt via taxes (that’s the so-called loophole). Removing charitable donations as tax deduction is about shifting the political power of that dollar to govt. Calling it a loophole is PR. There is a lot of political power in how the owners of capital direct those funds. One of the OWS ‘demands’ is to remove the charitable deduction (re-branded a loophole for propaganda purposes). Ostensibly this increases the tax paid by big money interests and provides a veiled way to shift the power of that dollar away from what they support and toward what the left-wing supports (spending on themselves).

Follow the money.

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universe October 12, 2011 at 02:25

keyster October 11, 2011 at 22:02

Under TARP,…etc.

– Appreciate that.
I’m assuming and hoping that

(this)

indeed is (ptp) on the money and not some partisan-sourced manipulation.
Trusting that all of what you bothered to write about (bail-out payback) is sourced absolutely true with legitimate backing – absolute good news.
Thanks for the sharing of this clarification…made my (so early in the) day.

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bruno October 12, 2011 at 03:20

But of course, the real reason why all these sluts are on Wall Street, is because they secretly hope a rich banker will notice them and marry them.
The hated bankster will suddenly turn into a prince on a white horse.
We all know how the women’s mind works.

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Migu October 12, 2011 at 03:24

TARP is paid back. Its the 2008 stimulus that is the albatross now. Solyandra, and other nonsense. Recovery and reinvestmen act I think it was called. Up in Norcal you can see the million dollar signs proclaimingthe destruction of this road and the relocation of the 1,000 people that use to live here was because of Obama’s stimulus bill.

Actually the signs boast about the jobs created to preserve the pristine wilderness were because of the stimulus. Oh yeah and they all have putting America back to work on them.

There were two guys fishing when I last visited. I don’t think it was their job.

Best ride in orgeon has those signs everywhere too. Hey at least they paved that road. Still not a soul with a job. Oh yeah can’t put a shop there, it would ruin the wilderness.

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Troll King October 12, 2011 at 03:36

Hahahahaha.

Wanna see some OWS protestors?

NSFW.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=iD85023px-E

I think the one on the right has hairy armpits.

At first I was a bit hopeful about the protestors, I do think there is something wrong with the country that needs fixing but after looking into their ideas they fall way way short.

This seems to me to be a political counterstrike to the hyper politicized and bought out tea party movement….which I also was hopeful for.

I don’t think it is accidental that this spontaneously happened this close to political elections, especially seeing how much of a difference the tea party people have made in the political landscape. Who is funding these people? I saw on one website that they got a 40k grant for supplies, which suggests this isn’t a non-linear movement of the people but instead is paid for by a political group or groups.

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Ted October 12, 2011 at 03:39

@evilwhitemalempire October 12, 2011 at 02:12

” John Hembling reminds me of me 20 years ago.
” I used to think capitalism sucked shit…”

A grim picture indeed, about when you thought capitalism sucked shit.

“The males are predominantly the runts of the human litter. They are effeminate (some to the point of homosexuality). They have higher pitched voices. They talk more rapidly like women. They are easily amused by stupid things (most tv these days). They laugh at dumb jokes. Essentially they are overgrown children.”

I trust that things have improved in those twenty years; that the point of homosexuality has receded; the effeminacy has reduced; that you now talk slowly in the tones of deepest masculinity and are no longer easily amused.

You give hope to leftists of all ages.

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Carnivore October 12, 2011 at 03:57

http://www.thedailybell.com/3065/Washington-Post-Admits-Occupy-Wall-Street-Is-Controlled-Opposition

“Are those behind the movement panicking? The Post, at least, evidently sees a need to justify Occupy Wall Street’s existence and in order to do so has provided a lineage of “leaderless” movements. Of course, from our point of view Occupy Wall Street is NOT leaderless. It is likely a controlled affair generated by the powers-that-be in order to create an outlet for frustrations over the economy and a manageable movement that can be useful in agitating for the new world order that the globalists seek.”

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evilwhitemalempire October 12, 2011 at 04:12

“You give hope to leftists of all ages.”

I hope.
I have come to suspect that high functioning liberals (stress high functioning) may be easier to reach than rightists.
You can get a dyed in the wool conservative to agree that liberals are this and cons are that but you can’t get them to understand anything deep or profound.
Such as the REAL reasons why libs are all this and cons are all that.
Freemason reptiles from outer space is (usually) the high water mark in conservative abstract thought.
Plus, as you alluded, there is a ‘takes one to know one’ factor here.
I don’t reckon I embodied all of those traits in my youth but I certainly remember possessing some of them.

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Anonymous October 12, 2011 at 04:35

I’m a single dad who was kicked out of my home and deprived of my children even though I have the ability and desire to care for them equal time. Their mother opposed this, the judge agreed and now I pay her $1000 per month. I am in a dead end job that I can’t quit because child support is set by income. I could do better, but that risks loss of income and if I can’t pay, I go to jail … all in the best interest of my kids. I’ve been doing this for seven years and have seven more to go. Since then, I’ve earned my degree and have zero debt. So fuck all of you bitches … I don’t owe you shit and I will not let you break me.

I’m part of the .001%. We are the men who could fix this, but you have fucked us so we won’t lift a finger.

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Rumour October 12, 2011 at 04:44

I’m a single dad who was kicked out of my home and deprived of my children even though I have the desire and ability to care for them half time. Their mother opposed, the judge agreed, and now I pay her $1000 per month. I am in a dead end job that I can’t quit because it pays well and support is based on income. I could do better, I could innovate, but that risks loss of income and if I can’t pay, I go to jail … all in the best interest of my kids. I’ve been doing this for seven years and I have seven more. In that time I have earned my degree and have zero debt. I don’t owe you shit and I won’t let you break me.

I am a part of the .001%. We are the MEN who could fix this, but you have fucked us and we won’t lift a finger.

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Opus October 12, 2011 at 05:05

Most of my friends are bankers. It is thanks to their hard work and large salaries, that the butchers, bakers, candle stick-makers, and probably whores, and assorted artistic professions are kept in work. What’s not to love about them?

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Jay October 12, 2011 at 05:09

I can see the point of making the claim that these are examples of people who made poor choices, did not read the tea leaves, and perhaps expect others to bail them out.

Having said that, this article does not nearly cover the ground that holds Wall Street accountable for basically playing roulette with investments that crashed a system that obviously needs regulation. Even with the nutbag portion of protesters, it’s nice to see Americans actually getting pissed off at serious mismanagement.

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Ken October 12, 2011 at 05:14

This “Occupy Wall Street” phenomenon is a smoke-screen for the real “movement” to further soak MEN IN GENERAL of money, property, and power, period!

Mobs are never a good sign and for any government to placate a mob is playing russian roulette with civilization.

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Ted October 12, 2011 at 05:35

@Opus October 12, 2011 at 05:05

” Most of my friends are bankers. It is thanks to their hard work and large salaries, that the butchers, bakers, candle stick-makers, and probably whores, and assorted artistic professions are kept in work. What’s not to love about them?”

They’re not keeping enough of those people in work, that’s what. There’s only so many whores you can get through in a slow afternoon, after all. Granted, they go out and buy all the property in sight, but all that does is distort the market. Still, you shouldn’t slag your friends off, I suppose.

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Dj October 12, 2011 at 06:37

I’m finding hard to sympathise with single mums when the mother of my own child takes money from welfare under the guise of telling them that I took off, even though I haven’t, and that she lives alone, even though she shacked up with another fella when my daughter was 7 months old.

So let’s see, she gets money from social assistance, from me, from her parents, from the gov’t, and lives in a nice 4 bedroom house with a fella who also no doubt pays the majority of the household bills. Yeah, boo-hoo, she’s so hard done by.

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Dj October 12, 2011 at 06:41

Oh yeah, and Uncle Elmer rules, love your writing man.

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mgtow October 12, 2011 at 07:04

I dunno…

On one hand, the Fed and the banksters are destroying America, so the OWS (assuming it isn’t come Co-intel job) movement does have legitimate grievances. You have news of war veterans joining in and getting arrested/beaten up by the police in Boston.

On the other hand, those freeloading whiners (as depicted in the pictures at the top) who attempt to jump on board the OWS bandwagon disgust me. Especially those single mother trash.

I say sit back, relax, have some popcorn and let both sides fight it out.
The whole thing is too civil… not one burnt tire or smashed window. At least not yet.

One thing I do know: as the weeks pass, the weather becomes colder and emotions will flare up. This has the potential of turning uglier than Tahrir Square in Egypt.

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Dj October 12, 2011 at 07:07

Hey, when are the Slutwalkers going to show up at Wallstreet? That would be awesome!

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Migu October 12, 2011 at 07:45

TARP is almost paid back. The big boys paid back. All the little banks are still in trouble, and some are in arrears.

Go here http://blog.hsh.com/index.php/2011/08/small-banks-still-struggling-with-tarp-bailout/

The sourcing is good. TARP is still missing 70% of it’s original funds, but yes the big boys paid it back with interest.

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Migu October 12, 2011 at 07:49

I am a part of the .001%. We are the MEN who could fix this, but you have fucked us and we won’t lift a finger.

Might throw rotten tomatoes though. Spice up the show you know.

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 08:04

http://greatbooksformen.wordpress.com/2011/08/14/wonce-upon-a-time-mens-wents-2-church-2-find-a-good-wownenez-lzozlzlzloz/

wonce upon a time mens wents 2 church 2 find a good wownenez lzozlzlzloz

wonce upon a time mens wents 2 church 2 find a good wownenez lzozlzlzloz to be a wife and mother and faithful honor cherish lzozlzzozlolzozlz

today woemnz go 2 churrhc (the neoocon deosuled church) 2 find a beta or gammamale to pay for their three children forrm three fatehrs who pumped dand dudmped theier zazzez afetr asszzcockcing them lzozlzlzlzo

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 08:08

the fmeinist movement was only evere about two things

1) transferring wealth from men to women based on made up crimes the neooejnc central bankers made up that men committed against women

2) deconstructing and debuahcing the soulful GReat Books for Men alongisdie the currency

lzozozzlzo

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greatbooksformen fashion line. lzzol bit.ly/qL1IFR ”

another shirt
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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 08:17

Opus above writes, like a lilttle beernkifiied neoecn zlzozlzl “Opus October 12, 2011 at 05:05
Most of my friends are bankers. It is thanks to their hard work and large salaries, that the butchers, bakers, candle stick-makers, and probably whores, and assorted artistic professions are kept in work. What’s not to love about them?”

lzozoozlzlzlz

long ago Socrates stated that virtue does not come from welath, but welath and every lasting good of man derives from virtue/innovation/exceellecnnee.

this is why the federal resevere funded teh feminist movement to deconstruct the great books and classics on teh campus zlzozlzlo

your banker friends create fiat debt and profit off mere usury. which is why dante placed the usueres neoocn on the smae level of hell as the sododomites and butthexesrs zlozzllzzlo

this is why they have deocnstructed dante too.

wake up dude–i mean MAN UP–not in the way william bennett and kay hymowitz want you to man up by taking it in the butthole like a man, but man up by reading the GREAT BOOKS FOR MEN!!! lzozolz

I can fre eyour mind, NEO.
http://heartiste.wordpress.com/2010/06/12/a-chateau-emissary-delivers-speech-to-international-bankers/

Neo: What is the butthex fiat Mathrix?
Trinity: The answer is out there, Neo, and it’s looking for you, and it will butthex you if you want it to, and tape it secretely witoout your conthent, as goldman sax rhymes with tucker max lzozlzlzl.

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tucker max and ben bernanke would be right next to each otehr in hell according to dante, in butthexing distance.

http://greatbooksformen.wordpress.com/2010/05/28/in-dante%E2%80%99s-inferno-the-fiat-masters-were-in-teh-same-level-of-hell-as-teh-butthexers-i-ma-not-making-this-up-omg-lzozllzlzlz/

in dante’s inferno the fiat masters were in teh same level of hell as teh butthexers!!! i ma not making this up!!! omg lzozllzlzlz

the raison dat roissy and i gets along so wells is dat i play the striaght man to his funniness lzozlzllz

like he talks about all teh light hearted subjsted like game and betaherb h8ers lzozlzlz and i cover all teh dark things descening into hell like dante did in the inferno and shuddering at all teh secretive tapers and tapinsg off butthex underway.

hey you know whas funny?

i dant’es inferno the usuers were in the same level as heel as the butthexers.

in dante’s inferno the fiat masters were in teh same level of hell as teh butthexers!!! i ma not making this up!!!

the fiat masters were right next to the butthexers lzozlzlzl!!!

(14), Sodomy (15-16), Usury (17)

no wonder they hate the greta books in colleges lzozlzlzllz and prefer tucker max sodomites lzozlzl

http://danteworlds.laits.utexas.edu/circle7.html#violence

“those who violate nature, God’s offspring (sodomites: Inferno 15-16); and those who harm industry and the economy, offspring of nature and therefore grandchild of God (usurers: Inferno 17). Identifying the sins of these last two groups with Sodom and Cahors (Inf. 11.49-50), Dante draws on the biblical destruction of Sodom (and Gomorrah) by fire and brimstone (Genesis 19:24-5) and the medieval condemnations of citizens of Cahors (a city in southern France) for usury. Dante’s emotional reactions to the shades in the seventh circle range from neutral observation of the murderers and compassion for a suicide to respect for several Florentine sodomites and revulsion at the sight and behavior of the lewd usurers. ”

lolzozlzlzozozlzlzlzozlzzlzlzzozlzlz neocons hate dantes infrmnoo oolzozlzl

read da rest of my brillaine here: zlozlzzl

http://greatbooksformen.wordpress.com/2010/05/28/in-dante%E2%80%99s-inferno-the-fiat-masters-were-in-teh-same-level-of-hell-as-teh-butthexers-i-ma-not-making-this-up-omg-lzozllzlzlz/

i hope they serve butthex in hell!! lzozlzlzl

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Geography Bee Finalist himself October 12, 2011 at 08:37

SOWS = Sluts Occupying Wall Street or Skanks Occupying Wall Street

At least with grown female hogs on a farm, when they no longer produce baby pigs, they can be sLAUGHTERed. These sluts in these photos have no redeeming qualities, unlike the real sows on a farm. I really have to laugh at the one in the last photo who brings up the catch-22 of job searches as if it only ever happens to her. B??-h??, t?? bad, s? sad.

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atahualpa October 12, 2011 at 08:37

Not to take away from the main point, which is a good one, but the ‘men who lied’ poster is I think not really targeting men so much as doing a bad job of parodying the lee greenwood song ‘proud to be an american’.

Original:
I’m proud to be an american
where at least I know I’m free
and I won’t forget the men who died
to give that right to me

Bad parody:
I’m ashamed to be an american,
where I’m anything but free.
& I won’t forgive the men who lied,
and took that right from me

I think that the ‘men’ here is just a convenience to keep it close to original.

Oh, and GBFM, great to see you here!

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 08:46

^^^^^^
lozozzzolz

i love how some of my posts above
are getting “dislikes” lzozlzllzzzo
one thing the spearhead readers must realize
is that an even greater enemy than the feminists and bankers
is. . . . the spearhead reader

spearhead readers complain moan bitch ocmplain moan bitch complain

but they
never
never ever create
art
nor poetry
nor humor exlating us beyond the massive deconstruction and debauchery
but they
only
spend their time hating
h8 h8 h8 hating
da GBFM going lzozoozozozolzlzozozoz

lzozozlzozoz

do not worry, i forgive all ye fanboyz of little faith

and i do not condescnend and tell you to man up,
but rather i invite you to rise up
to your true potential
and become
the man
that you are.

zlzozoozlzoz

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keyster October 12, 2011 at 08:51

“Trusting that all of what you bothered to write about (bail-out payback) is sourced absolutely true with legitimate backing – absolute good news.”

I want the kids to be informed with the facts.

There are some good points they make:

1) TEACH personal finance in school, because individuals over extending their credit beyond their ability to pay (mortgages), is what started this mess.

2) STOP the insane quarterly business cycle where short term performance is rewarded with insane bonuses, at the expense of long term vision.

3) TAKE your business else where if you don’t like the big banks. Keep your money local, such as with a credit union.

Other than that, the over-riding theme appears to be they want income equality and government intervention into the “free market” system, otherwise known as Socialism…without coming right out and saying they want socialism…(’cause most of them aren’t even sure what that is).

At least the TEA PARTY had the location right and developed candidates and a voting bloc. I’m afraid these (mostly young multi-culti/female) people will vanish at the first snow fall in lower Manhattan. The ACTION isn’t on Wall Street, it’s on Pennsylvania Avenue. Wall Street doesn’t really care what they think because they have no money to invest and very little to spend.

They do however have the power to vote and grow a large voting bloc of similarily minded malcontents. It’s not hard to travel from NYC to Wash DC, there are trains and buses galore that are pretty cheap.

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Depravo October 12, 2011 at 09:13

Sit on your hands or you’ll palm your face so hard you’ll pass out

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBy9YDwqzwg

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Reece October 12, 2011 at 09:15

Opus said:
Most of my friends are bankers. It is thanks to their hard work and large salaries, that the butchers, bakers, candle stick-makers, and probably whores, and assorted artistic professions are kept in work. What’s not to love about them?

I hope this is internet sarcasm.

If not, you’re mistaken like most people. Banks only publish evidence of peoples’ promissory obligations to others. They do not loan money; they merely keep track of what you owe another. If you need $100, 000 to buy a house, you go to a bank and record a personal obligation to pay back that sum. Not only does the bank not actually lend you the money, it keeps your repayments for itself as well as any interest it charges you. Worse, if you break your promise to pay, it also gets your house. So $100, 000 plus interest, and potentially, your house. Not bad, since it never risked anything in the first place.

This is confusing to people because after going to the bank and asking for $100, 000, that sum will appear in your bank account. You can even withdraw the money and hold it in your hands. All the bank did was give you $100, 000 because you promised to pay it back. It’s effectively an advance payment of your wages, that you will eventually give back plus interest.

The bank is carrying out a service, but it is not lending you money. It is merely trusting that you are reliable enough to fulfil your promise to pay back an advance payment of your wages. All it actually does is publish evidence of your promise to pay or promissory obligation.

Remember, money can be printed at almost no cost to the bank. Why wouldn’t it print off $100, 000 of worthless paper, when you just said you would work and turn $100, 000 of labour into real money? And you said you would even pay interest? Why would the bank turn down your offer to give it over $100, 000, just for the bank to check if you’re creditworthy and then print off some paper that we call money?

Far from helping us, they are actually turning us into unwilling communists. Everytime, a business goes under or a home is repossessed due to usury or the effects of usury, e.g., inflation, we take one step closer to a communist state.

Please go to youtube and watch the Money is Debt video, and also visit Mike Montagne’s channel and learn about his Mathematically Perfected Economy. We must all understand how the economy works, or risk being part of the problem. Money being taken from you via usury or taxation is being used to fund things like feminism. Misandry is just a small part of the bigger problem of our economy.

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Reece October 12, 2011 at 09:20

I’ve just messed up another blockquote.

*punches self in balls*

My comment is after the first paragraph.

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 09:21

one of the biggeststs problememssmzz with all the fanboy betaboyz lzozozozo

is that they love osuthpark and the fmaily guy humor
because

southpark and family guy satairze everything
satarize everything
make fun of everything

like the fmaily, faith, manhood, reiligion, womanhood, classical goodenenes turth and beauty with butthex and fart jokes and kids talking to poop

but soutpakr and family guy

never
never
never
never

sataairze the federal reserve

which creates money out of thin air by placing eveyrone in debt, and funds assocking and the fmeinsinsit assocking movement and dfunds fmeinsists to assock men in didvorce court zlzoozozo

so many of you readers here

chooossseee

to wroship soutpark and family southpaark and family guy

while hating

datne dante
jesus
moses
homer
and me GBFM lzozozlzozo

so go ahead you whiny little bitch
playing video games in your sib=ngle mom’s abssement

go ahead and clcik clcickity clcik on the “dislike” button you whiny little bitch zllzozozoz

caring and consodesning to my grammar
while someting far greater–your soul the osul of liberty is being detsoryed and debauched–

go ahead
make my day
and clcik on the dislike button

but you’s gottas ask yourself one question

“do you feel lukcy?”

well, do ya punk?

z;zozozozozoozzl

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Reece October 12, 2011 at 09:36

Dj said:

So let’s see, she gets money from social assistance, from me, from her parents, from the gov’t, and lives in a nice 4 bedroom house with a fella who also no doubt pays the majority of the household bills. Yeah, boo-hoo, she’s so hard done by.

It’s called socialism or unearned profiteering. It’s the brief prelude to communism. Socialism should never extend beyond the vulnerable or needy, but as long as we tolerate this “economy”, many people cannot survive without it. Not that I’m trying to defend single mothers; I was speaking of men and the handful of women that have lost or have been denied “real jobs”, in industry, and cannot now work for a living.

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 09:44

when the mob was given the choice
to free jesus
or free babrarrus the murderer

they freed the murderer

to too is it with the spearhead reader
mashing buttons in tehir single mom’s basements
voting to free the neoocn butthexers who sedoeuled and debauched the currency and culture zlzozozzoo

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Opus October 12, 2011 at 09:45

Were it as simple as some people here would like it to be. Why not blame the bankers and send them all to an appropriate circle of The Inferno, but banking is part of capitalism and capitalism has always gone from boom to bust and back again, and will doubtless do so again, as there does not seem to be any alternative system on offer, and those other systems tend to fight normal human instincts.

I was walking along Tottenham Court Road in, I suppose, 2008 (there are always plenty of chuggers there) and one approached me with the suggestion, ‘no bail-outs for the bankers’. ‘So’, I responded, ‘you are a free marketeer’ He looked puzzled, yet what else was I to conclude other than that he was some sort of Libertarian, who felt that the markets should determine all, including the survival of the banks. My suggestions about my banker acquaintances was motivated by Bernard Mandeville’s 1644 essay The Fable of The Bees, which posits that ‘private vice leads to public virtue’. Like it or not the woman in the first photo with student loans was only able to be at college reading woman’s studies or such other nonsense because of the success of the capitalist west, and the pedestalisation of females (at the expense of men). Of course if she would prefer to to be in Saudi Arabia or Somalia, then that is doubtless where she should go – where I doubt the loan companies will seek her out.

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Dj October 12, 2011 at 09:50

Opus, what’s a ‘chugger’? In Canada it’s a derogatory term for a Native Indian, so I’m a bit confused.

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Jack October 12, 2011 at 09:59

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Great Books For Men is a genius – a prophet of our time. Bernanke, Blankfein, Summers, Rubin, MSM and Hollywood are all in cahoots, promoting the simultaneous butthex debauchery of culture and money.

Like the steep downhill of a rollercoaster, enjoy the decline of Western civilization. lzozozzlolzolzzoolozzzzolozolozozozlolzolzozlzozlz!!!!!!!!!!

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 10:09

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 10:13

OPUS is a feminsist warmormingering promoter of fiat currency and sceteirve tapings of butthex like tucker max rhyems iwth godlman sax lzozlzlloxoxxoxoxlozozozoz

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 10:24

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Firepower October 12, 2011 at 10:35

Boxer

All you young brothers who seriously can not pay for school, jump on the bandwagon, get that education, and then high tail it out of the country for a great job …

It’s unrealistic to suggest scamming a free college education from a government handout is valid, while condemning the OWS crowd wanting more of the same government handouts.

Taking that college degree to another country is unfeasible. Countries like England, Italy and France already teeter on economic collapse and the job situation is not much different than the USA.

Asian countries require immersion into a different language – and all have oppressive political structures designed to squash dissent violently.

No countries offer instant citizenship to outsiders – especially Americans with their troublemaking, innate sense of Freedom.

That leaves Canada, where you’re from. Canada, a country of 45 million, will never willingly accept 20 million newcomers flooding their country no matter what college education they have; I don’t comprehend how you purport to know so much about America with unrealistic solutions based on moving a large number of college-educated Americans to oppressive countries, or countries too small to absorb such large quantities of American graduates.

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oddsock October 12, 2011 at 10:36

Firepower, pack it in. lol.

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 10:48

soooooooo,

who all hear agress with Opus that butthex and secrteiev tpapinsg of butthex and taped vitdeoetaped secrteive tapings of buttehx are a good am d natural and moral act?

seems to be a lot of people hear that agree that secrteievs tapings of sosodomy is a good and just ad natural act zlozozozo

lzozoozzlzoozozlzo doe sit really feeeel that god mandnd make you feeelele empowered to sososo degrade and dbauch the culture and currenyc?

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Tom936 October 12, 2011 at 10:51

@Reece I accidentally downvoted you here when I meant to upvote you. My apologies.

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John Hembling October 12, 2011 at 11:19

@GBFM,

Is that t-shirt you are selling online for real?

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 11:30

lzozolzlzoz

http://cafepress.com/greatbooksformen

lzozozolzozozozo

i will not be long with you
and yet
i will be with you always

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 12:00

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Opus October 12, 2011 at 12:01

@Dj

Clearly Mr Price should provide an automatic translation service not just from English into American but also English into Canuck (and perhaps one for GBFM into something I can understand)!

Chugger, however, is short for Charity Mugger. They love their work, claim that they are paid, (I asked) and are a real pain (so much so that where I live people have had cause to call the police to cease their bullying attentions), and all they want apart from ten seconds of your time is your money, for their wonderful cause. What do they call them in Canada – or are you chugger free?

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Opus October 12, 2011 at 12:10

p.s.

It occurs to me that perhaps in America and Canada, there are fewer if any Charity Appeals (on the streets). I must confess that I cannot recall coming across such things when I lived in America. Charity, you see, is big here and very profitable, such that (for example) The Salvation Army not only have a glass building just south of Paul’s but a medium sized sky-scraper (by London standards) near The Elephant and Castle. It is all the fault of her Late Majesty Elizabeth (The Charitable Uses Act of 1601) – perhaps PAN can tell us about it if her tires of Magna Carta. Some people even have the name Charity as a surname (which implies that their distant ancestor was a boy [a foundling] resident at The Foundling Hospital) – we’re all heart.

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Craig Himself October 12, 2011 at 12:19

Note Michael Lewis’ misandry as he talks about the Icelandic financial crisis.
o http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/tue-october-4-2011/exclusive—michael-lewis-extended-interview-pt–1

“It was the men. Just the men.”
“…how dangerous men are with money!”

Dude. Michael buddy. S’wrong with you?

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 12:25

“Opus October 12, 2011 at 12:01
@Dj

Clearly Mr Price should provide an automatic translation service not just from English into American but also English into Canuck (and perhaps one for GBFM into something I can understand)!”

lzozozozozol if it’s not a occk cocokas going in and out of a butthole, opus preteds not to understsnadth it lzlzlzozozo

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 12:27

“Note Michael Lewis’ misandry as he talks about the Icelandic financial crisis.
o http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/tue-october-4-2011/exclusive—michael-lewis-extended-interview-pt–1

“It was the men. Just the men.”
“…how dangerous men are with money!”

Dude. Michael buddy. S’wrong with you?”

lzozozozozo1 that is why Michael LEwis is soooo succesful,

becuase he cantalk about crises after crises after bubble after crises
withoout ever mentioning
the fed

he is like that man who cantake it in the butt time after time after time, writing about his sore anuth, and lamenting his sore anuth, without ever mentioning da lotsa cockas goiin ain and outta d abutholes.

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John Hembling October 12, 2011 at 12:31

A ‘chug’ is a native Indian in Canada. A ‘chugger’ I suppose could be someone who swills beer down in one fell swoop. A woman who works for a feminist non-profit has no special name; it simply describes the majority of women. Almost all of them work for feminist non-profits.

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Anonymous age 69 October 12, 2011 at 12:46

@RW

>> I’ll attract scorn by saying I do have sympathy for these people. Regardless of how poor their judgment was, I don’t think they, or anybody else, should be in such straits. They fucked up, they need some help, fair enough.

Sorry, RW. Back in the real world, if you bail them out after they have done everything wrong,others will rush into the same big mistakes, knowing someone will feel sorry for them and bail them out as well. Like the Mortgage Industry. And, they will keep on doing the same things.

That attitude has got us in this situation. Decades, since fiend LBJ decided to bail out the relatively few f***-ups of his generation, and the number of f***-ups has exploded. No more.

Any help has to be at the minimal level. Enough to keep them alive, not keep them living the good life. I say ditto for Social Security for us old folks. We are getting too much, and there should be a means test, the first dollar should be taxable. Etc.

@GBFM

We don’t down vote you because of our personality defects as you accuse. We down vote you because we don’t think your incoherent gibberish is cute or meaningful.

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scatmaster October 12, 2011 at 12:55

http://i.imgur.com/ybTY3.jpg

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 13:03

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Dj October 12, 2011 at 13:06

Opus – we haven’t got a term for Charity Muggers here, although I like that term so much I think I’ll adopt it. As for our population, it’s only 34 million, if that, not 45 mill as someone mentioned.

The problem with relocating here is if you are a white man you are considered a lower form of life than plankton, and the women want slaves, not husbands or boyfriends. Feminism here is much farther out of control than in the US or Europe. The only sluttier/easier/feminists I’ve met are Kiwi women. Damn are they easy. All I had to do was completely ignore this Kiwi broad a couple years back and she was sucking my nob. WTF?

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Dj October 12, 2011 at 13:09

Oh – and we are not mugger free – we have ‘Because I’m a Girl’ muggers everywhere. Hospital for Sick Children (The only reasonable one), Salvation Army, Amnesty Internation, World Wildlife Fund, and some other bullshit environmental ones as well.

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Quartermain October 12, 2011 at 13:45

Here’s a rant going viral:

http://takimag.com/article/99_wrong/print#axzz1aExP7Z3t

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Opus October 12, 2011 at 13:59

@Dj

My (only) experience so far of a female Canadian has been far from pleasant. She won’t sleep with me (insults and abuses and stalks me) but she will sleep with just about anyone else – and is happy to pay to do so. Perhaps you can explain this?

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Jack October 12, 2011 at 14:23

Opus,

Most white women from Anglosphere countries are essentially the same – pampered, entitled, narcissistic, vulgar drama queens. Avoid.

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CorkyAgain October 12, 2011 at 14:24

I can’t speak for anyone else, but I downvoted GBFM’s comments because they contain several of the things Welmer’s commenting policy says we should avoid:

1. Unprovoked personal attacks
2. Attacks based on religion
3. Race-baiting
4. Excessive profanity
5. All caps
6. Nonsense
7. Bullshit
8. Soliciting (without prior approval)

By my count, GBFM has given us numerous examples of items 1, 4, 6 and 7. More than enough to earn a downvote.

That, and as someone else already noted, his shtick isn’t even very funny — let alone insightful.

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 14:35

lozozlzoz

you do realize that you are engaging in #1 by attacking me personally. lzozlzlzo

you do realize that your #7 bullshit is #4 profanity. lzozlzzo

and name one place where i attacked anyone’s religion. just one. bearing false witness is against the ten commandments, cockedintheAagain .

name one place where i race-baited. just one. bearing false witness is against the ten commandments, cockedintheAagain.

and when you wrote GBFM, you violated moral tenet #5. lozozozlzzlo

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 14:36

^^^ why does the spearhead tolerate so many unholy men, like cockedintheAagain violating Moses’ Ten Commandments from the Talmud?

why is that?

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Perplotz October 12, 2011 at 14:42

I agree with CorkyAgain. In the day that gbfm has been here he has violated almost every part of the commenting policy just as Peter Andrew Nolan has been doing for months. I thought that the commenting policy was now going to be enforced. Since neither GBFM nor PAN is going to stop violating the comment policy, they both need to be banned.

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 14:46

lzozozoozozl awesome,

this is why the men’s movement is epic failing.

today we witnessed the members here saying that sodomy and fiat banking are natural acts, and that freedom of speech is bad and must be abolished.

go ahead, ban the GReat Books for MEn some more, and put another nail in the coffin of your own soul

for truly

the GReat Books for Men are immortal

and cannot be abolished

by feminists nor the internet fanboyz who they raised to worship the riffita dollarzz and sodomdy zlozzoozzo

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Ted October 12, 2011 at 14:54

@GBFM October 12, 2011 at 09:44

” when the mob was given the choice
to free jesus
or free babrarrus the murderer

” they freed the murderer”

That’s what we read.

” to too is it with the spearhead reader
mashing buttons in tehir single mom’s basements
voting to free the neoocn butthexers who sedoeuled and debauched the currency and culture zlzozozzoo”

You don’t get it, GBFM.

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CorkyAgain October 12, 2011 at 15:12

GBFM, I didn’t say you violated every item on Welmer’s list. I said you’d given us examples of items 1, 4, 6 and 7.

That numbered list is a direct quotation from Welmer’s policy, btw.
It’s his list, not mine. You would know that if you had actually read the policy.

You asked why you were getting downvotes. I answered.

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 15:12

i luv all yes betaboys of little faith
who were taught than manliness is a sin and that sodomizing and fiat butthexing were vitrues lzozozoz

i luvs you allls o ye of little faith
who desteeth your neighbor and bearreth false withness agains men and great books for men
who covet your neighors wife and sassetts and ass lzozozoz in a most depraved soullessn dibutthexual way

i luvs all ye of little faiths–gather round my betaboy brothas
to all the spinsters with cats
who teh fed tricked into spinsterhood/serving debt lxolllozlzl
to all the fanboys in ther single mom’s basements
whose dads they never knew because the fed tookawy fatehrhood lzozlzl
to all the broken familes
who were split up by the need to make two salaries to feed the kids
to all aging necon womenz celeberating secretive tapings of butthex without teh girlths conthent lzozllzlzozlzl they tircked you too
to all the spinster chix again i am sorry they sdesouled you
in asscokcing sessins drugged you up on prozac
told you to abort your kids no wonder your’re d[pressed and all fucjked up no lozlzlzlzling here
my heart goes out to you while tucker max & goldman sax laugh zlzolzlzl
too all the aborted fetushes we ask for forgiveness we deserve not and to all those tricked into aborting the gift of life lzozllzllzl we forgive u too and pray for teh fethuses, but not in school as prayer is illegal in school lozlzllzlz
to all those inthe rising genertaion who will have to pay off their parents cultural and monetary debts lzozlz war isn’t fun but it’s part of teh fed’s fiat bubble cycle lzozlzllz so like after th e country goes bust the war starts in the ultimate pump and udmp scheme you thought enron/worldcom/fannae mae was bad lolzozlzlz just you wait lzozlzlll i hope not and ai pray for peace lozlzlz maybe we can all learn to live and get along but i think we would have to start with truth and nobility and honor and ocurage and virtue and not with fiat debt and butthex lozlzlzl that’s just nmy gues from reading heroduts and the great boooks and classis in greek and latin zlzolzllzlzl

and the bible too about sodom and gomorroah did yuknow taht sodomycame form sodom and gonnoreah came from gommroah? lzozllz kidding about that second one i doubt it did but maybe who knows i have never had eitehr sodomy nor gonorreah and i ahve never been to sodom nor gomoorrah

sodom must;ve been a funny place lzolzlozolllzzll and a crazy party or two and the editor in chiefstress priscilla painton at simon and schuster would have fit right in publishing tucker max’s books yah i betin gmorrah they had a tower of babel with the ofices of simon and schuster at the top across the hall form the fed lzozlzlzllzlzlzlzllzlzlz

sometimes i wonder if poets and prophets can still change the world?

or have they trainde too, too many women to hate, and dumbed down and drugged up too many menz? have they destoryed too many fathers and killed to many families? have the y deocnstructed tyoo many books and spilled too much blood and aborted too many fetuthes as one is one too many. have they prescribed ritalin to too many cretaive sols in chool in prozac to too many who need to be depressed and face it when they abort fetuses as god gave us feelings and makes us not pay attention to boring stae corproate teachers as all creativity comes from not paying attention to the state lzozlzzll and now it is diagnoses as a diseas lzozlzlz.

lozlzlzzlzl

well juust wanted to say i luv u all and nice 2 know ya and welcomes abords lzozlzl

and 2 asnwer my own above questions
let me jsut say
teh great books
wouldn’t be great
if they weren’t immortal
and they offer us redemption
the moment we start living by tehir ideasl
and epic higher stories
so put down your hate and your secretive butthex tape
and pick up a cross
and come follow me
and let me shoulderyour burden
for my yoke is light
dante wrote la vita nuova–the new life
and it is time 4 u to find your new life
for to loseth one’s old way is to fuind the new path
so do not fear
lozlzlzlzlzlz omg wtf am i saying lzozlzlz
i almost blew my cover here as teh messiah lzozlzllll i hide it beind all my lzozlzllzlzlzlzlzlzlles but a couple of you ahve caught on lzozlzlzlzllzlzl
http://greatbooksformen.wordpress.com/2010/06/09/i-luvs-you-allls-o-ye-of-little-faith/

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GBFM October 12, 2011 at 15:32

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oddsock October 12, 2011 at 15:34

CorkyAgain

Ok PAN can be heavy duty at times but he will at least try and reduce his outbursts when asked.

What we have here is a simple case of a sock puppet, a very angry one at that, He/she is not getting the desired affect so they have taken to posting under different names. Quite a common tactic.

The same one has already made a comment under the name “oddsock” on a thread that has only just moved off the front page. Clearly he is very angry and it is obvious he originally planned to cause upset by posting caustic comments on race etc or hurling insults when asked a polite question.

This is the danger of allowing a wide open comments policy. Free speech is great but when it is clear a poster is nothing but a numpty, here to cause trouble they should be stopped sooner rather than later.

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Ted October 12, 2011 at 15:35

@GBFM October 12, 2011 at 15:12

“… i think we would have to start with truth and nobility and honor and ocurage and virtue … ”

You’ve mistaken me for someone who gives a shit.

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Sean October 12, 2011 at 15:51

I was waiting for some guy to explain because they’re many who won’t know who GBFM is…he’s a regular over at ‘Roissy’ and yeah, he talks like that ALL the time…ie ‘buttsexing’ and ‘cocking’…trust me, he is the VERY LAST thing we need over here at The Spearhead at this point…was dreading this…Bill might have to put his foot down on this one…

What

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uh October 12, 2011 at 16:22

I’m shocked people spend their FAFSA fiatbux on classes. I spent mine on a computer and trips to the Caribbean. Joke’s on you, Government!

uh biutthexed the govbtment
LOZLZOZOZOZOZOZOZOZOOZOZZLZLZZ

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Geography Bee Finalist himself October 12, 2011 at 16:22

COWS = Cunts Occupying Wall Street, especially photos #1 and #2. Their jugs probably release sour milk from the get-go. I would not want to have sucked #1′s tits, especially if one of her kids is a son. Too bad #2 has not been court-ordered out of the gene pool with a tubal ligation and barred from adopting any child or animal. Fortunately her $35,000 debt (which she did to herself) plus interest should prevent her from being a custodial parent.

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fmz October 12, 2011 at 16:35

Oddsock, you are way off base.

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Firepower October 12, 2011 at 16:55

oddsock

What we have here is a simple case of a sock puppet, a very angry one at that, He/she is not getting the desired affect so they have taken to posting under different names. Quite a common tactic.

Especially at in mala fide – “the champion of free speech”

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CorkyAgain October 12, 2011 at 17:03

I don’t know if oddsock is offbase or not, and I don’t care.

I just take what I read on the page at face value, and I don’t bother trying to discern any possible subtexts or sock-puppeting. I’ll give everyone the benefit of the doubt until they’ve shown themselves to be unworthy of that trust. I’m not putting anything at risk by participating in this forum, so it costs me nothing to extend this basic courtesy.

But yeah, if the response I get from someone is irrational, inexplicable venom, then I’m going to write them off as a loonie and not waste any more of my time responding to them.

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RL October 12, 2011 at 17:16

Single moms in debt may find sugar daddies:

- http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/07/29/seeking-arrangement-college-students_n_913373.html ‘Seeking Arrangement: College Students Using ‘Sugar Daddies’ To Pay Off Loan Debt’

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Dj October 12, 2011 at 17:27

Opus – not sure I follow you on the part of the Canadian woman paying everyone for sex.

All I can say is Canadian women are spoiled, entitled etc. beyond belief. They are either ice queens or rampant sluts. Hypergamy is out of control here, but so to is the sex industry, and I mean really out of control. I know women I grew up with whose partner counts are easily approaching 100, if not more. There are many in my generation (40 year olds) who are on the verge of permanent spinsterhood. I’ve lost count of the women I grew up with who drank and fucked too much and now look like absolute crap. Loads of drug use too.

On top of that I know several women who are getting university degrees and are prostituting themselves to pay their way through. One is getting a sociology degree. God help us all. She openly boasts that she can suck cock for money.

And yet some other women that I grew up with who were rampant carousel riders actually moved to other cities where their rep wasn’t known and found some poor barstard to marry them.

Indeed, the mother of my own child found a new fella very easily, mere months after giving birth to my daughter. There is no shortage of Canadian manginas lining up for some used up snatch.

I’m pretty tall and decent looking, and Canadian women play games and shit test me from the get go. That’s a fact of life, and often I’m now too old and tired to play.

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Reece October 12, 2011 at 17:45

1. Were it as simple as some people here would like it to be.

It is: repeal the Federal Reserve Act and switch to Mathematically Perfected Economy.

The Federal Reserve is a privately owned corporation given the unbelievable power, by the government, to print money, which merely functions as a portable token of our promise to pay. It provides this money to a select few banks at ultra low interest rates, who in turn, provide it to us, solely in return for issuing our promise to pay, in the form of interest-bearing currency. They make vast amounts of profit, while producing nothing of value and at no risk to themselves. This is not so much capitalism, but theft and fraud.

2. banking is part of capitalism

It is a commonly held misconception that we need banks to do business. We could just as easily issue our own promise to pay a creditor without a bank and without interest, but the government has usurped our right to do so. A promise to pay is only as good as the faith a creditor is willing to place in your ability to fulfil that promise. It is based on human interaction. We do not need a faceless bank to intervene on our private business affairs with other human beings!

3. capitalism has always gone from boom to bust and back again

This is more complicated.

Boom and bust, as you say is not a feature of capitalism, it is a feature of economies based on interest-bearing currency, i.e., usury. Money is debt, therefore it must be borrowed into existence. This is not a problem. The problem is usury. Usury means interest is always applied to the amount borrowed or principal. So, the debt is equal to the principal plus interest. Now, we do not borrow the interest, we only borrow the principal so the economy’s circulation only contains principal. How can a debt be paid if it is greater than the amount of money in circulation? It cannot. Paying the debt, wipes out the circulation, with money still owing. We have no choice but to borrow a larger sum of money which is subject to a larger sum of interest to maintain the circulation. When the time comes to make another repayment, we are face the same problem. The circulation only contains the principal we borrowed, not the interest. Our debt exceeds the circulation. Paying the debt wipes out the circulation again, with even more money still owing. Meanwhile, we have a country to run. We need money. We must borrow again. The amount of money borrowed to service the principal plus interest must grow larger and larger. The circulation shrinks every time we borrow. We call it a recession or “bust”. People start losing homes, and businesses. The industry starts being dismantled, and jobs start going overseas. This is not capitalism. This is the inevitable and inescapable consequences of usury and the Federal Reserve Act which embodies it. This is your “bust”. A “boom”, occurs when the amount of debt has reached catastrophic levels requiring huge amounts of borrowing. The huge amount of money is briefly in the circulation making it appear like prosperity. It’s shortlived. Remember the technology bubble in the 90s, and the sub-prime mortages? With “booms” like that, who needs recessions?

4. there does not seem to be any alternative system on offer

How many times have I posted links to Mathematically Perfected Economy (MPE)? It was authored by Mike Montagne, decades ago, and has been presented to every President since Ford, except Nixon. Obama actually requested a copy of MPE, but is was returned to Montagne, unopened! He didn’t even read it. MPE has not been refuted by anybody. Politicians can only hide from it. Heinous crimes against humanity have been committed to protect and preserve usury. This is why we must suffer phony democracy. No-one dares to actually represent us.

5. other systems tend to fight normal human instincts

Sadly, I have no argument but I think the human race suffers more from too much cowardice than too much cruelty, and definitely too many psychopaths.

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lzozlolzzll October 12, 2011 at 17:46

i think that banning GBFM would be akin to “shooting the messenger.”

after all, he is not the one butthexing your future wive with lotsa cockasss in her buttholio, nor is he butthexing your future freedom and liberty by augmenting the debt, but he is merely pointing out the butthexing.

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CorkyAgain October 12, 2011 at 18:23

@ Reece

Banking per se is simply a storage facility. I see nothing wrong in a business that provides a safe place to store your goods, or in this case, your money. The problem arises when the bank doesn’t simply store your stuff, but instead loans it out for someone else to use. And worse, when they practice fractional reserve banking and loan out more than they ever received in actual deposits.

A loan with interest is also not a problem if the money borrowed is put to productive use. I.e., if it’s invested in something that provides a future return sufficient to pay the interest accrued. So, for example, borrowing money is OK if it’s to start a business or build a factory. And in some cases it’s even OK to borrow money to finance an education — when it’s an education in something that’s an actual marketable skill.

The problem is when the loan is for consumption rather than production. Then there is nothing being generated that will pay for the interest accrued on the loan. When you put the bill for that expensive restaurant dinner on your credit card and pay for it in several installments, the only thing you’re producing is a temporary satisfaction of your appetite, followed by some shit. That won’t pay for the interest you owe.

I would argue that, contrary to popular opinion, most college degrees, just like most single-family houses, should be treated as a consumer good rather than an investment.

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CorkyAgain October 12, 2011 at 18:54

Expanding on my last comment, this is what I would tell the OWS protesters who are whining about their college loans and their degrees not leading to jobs:

Yes, you had some fun studying Gender Theory or Pre-Columbian Pottery Styles, but in principle it really wasn’t any different than your holiday trip to Spain. It was a luxury you couldn’t afford, and I’m not at all sympathetic when you tell me you’re having trouble paying for it now.

If I had my way, I’d let you declare bankruptcy and get out from under that debt. Among other things, that would also be sufficient punishment for the people who were foolish enough to lend you the money that you squandered. But you shouldn’t get off scot-free either: your credit rating should be ruined, and that should mean, at a minimum, that you won’t be able to continue living it up at other people’s expense. I’d also be ruthless about allowing your creditors to seize your assets in order to recover at least part of what you owe. Bankruptcy should suck, and there should be a stigma attached to it.

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Ted October 12, 2011 at 18:57

@lzozlolzzll October 12, 2011 at 17:46

” i think that banning GBFM would be akin to “shooting the messenger.”

” after all, he is not the one butthexing your future wive ”

Future wive?

Heh

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uh October 12, 2011 at 19:21

“Sadly, I have no argument but I think the human race suffers more from too much cowardice than too much cruelty, and definitely too many psychopaths.”

ozozozozlzlzoozzozoz

u just channeled nietzsche sthg fierce

hellz yea tod zu dem fiatmenschen!!

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Reece October 12, 2011 at 19:38

CorkyAgain:

I assume that your comment is referring to my first reply to Opus and not the comment I just made, which was probably still in moderation.

I agree, there is nothing wrong with a bank storing wealth. But, it doesn’t limit itself to that function. It usurps our right to publish our own promises to pay others and has the audacity to collect a sum of money from us equal to that promise plus interest. And if we fail to make repayments, it seizes our property. Meanwhile it does not offer equal consideration, i.e., it produces nothing of value, nor does it take any risks, contrary to popular belief. There is simply no justification whatsoever for it to profit from our dealings with others.

Watch the Money is Debt documentary on Youtube, and you will learn why it’s wrong to think banks lend money. They do not and can not lend depositor’s money to borrowers. It’s illegal. They can approve promises to pay up to a certain ratio of their depositors funds, but the actual money deposited by customers is not touched. However, the ratio is huge and clearly irresponsible. This is fractional reserve banking, and it should not be tolerated as it allows the banks to engage in greedy, unearned profiteering, that gets out of control. Can you believe when the Federal Reserve was created the ratio was 2:1? Today, the ratio is basically as big as borrowing will allow. Of course, the banks will shut out anyone who is not creditworthy. Not because they are too risky – they are not taking any risks – but because there is nothing to take from them.

You mention student loans and consumption rather than production. Remember, money is debt, and must be borrowed into existence. With usury, borrowing also creates interest but provides no way of paying it. In this way the principal is multiplied until the debt is so large you must have huge borrowing. You must make everyone a debtor. Student loans are part of this demand. As per production, all of our circulation is tied to servicing debt. We do not have the money to sustain industries, i.e., jobs that produce. Those jobs will never come back, unless we repeal the Federal Reserve Act and end usury.

Imagine you have a credit card and the amount you owe is so huge, even if you have two jobs you can only afford the minimum payment. You will never pay it off. Eventually, even the minimum payment will too much to pay, and you will actually have to get another credit card to borrow money to pay the other one. How long can this go on? You will eventually ruin your credit record and no-one will accept your promise to pay.

This is basically, the destination of the economy of any country that has interest-bearing currency or usury. Recall, the news about the US credit rating being downgraded and grumbling from China. It’s only a matter of time before Western economies collapse, unless our “deadbeat” politicians “man up”, and face the music.

BTW, I’m not anti-capitalist. Usury is not capitalism. I am bashing usury and greed not capitalism. Anyone that has read a few of my posts can see that I hate communism. However, capitalism can turn to communism if you allow private property to concentrate into the hands of a minority. This becomes inevitable, if you allow private corporations, such as the Federal Reserve, to issue interest-bearing currency. They will simply use this unearned money to buy up everything. Privatization is fine, just don’t privatize the money!

“Banking was conceived in iniquity and was born in sin. The Bankers own the earth. Take it away from them, but leave them the power to create deposits, and with the flick of the pen they will create enough deposits to buy it all back again. ” Sir Josiah Stamp, President of the Bank of England in the 1920s, the second richest man in Britain

There are lots of quotes about Banking and the Federal Reserve. Some of it is arrogant bragging, but I think some of those guys really hate themselves and want us to stop it, not that they will make it easy for us.

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fmz October 12, 2011 at 19:51

When money supply expands or contracts at a greater rate than the economy then the distortions arise. Fractional lending and money multyiplier are nuetral.

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Boxer October 12, 2011 at 20:20

Firepower, pack it in. lol.

Are you kidding? Firepower will have me on his mind as he lays dying. LOL! I own him, body and soul; and, he dances for my amusement here 24/7.

Firepower you just keep dancing and don’t you dare stop until I say. You are my bitch. Don’t you ever forget that.

Boxer

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GT66 October 12, 2011 at 20:37

““Step up, step back” was a common phrase of the first week, encouraging white men to acknowledge the privilege they have lived in their entire lives and to step back from continually speaking.”

And there upon is the end of my support of the Occupy protest. Don’t need me? Don’t need you!

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fmz October 12, 2011 at 21:40

Boxing shadows, where its all about you.

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CorkyAgain October 12, 2011 at 22:52

A commenter at the Daily Bell said something today that sums up the situation perfectly:

So it would appear the fog of war has settled over the internet in earnest. Fortunately those of us with a grasp economics and an adherence to actual philosophical principles have something more substantial than a kaleidoscope of personalities and media events to guide us. It’s not always easy to know who is true, but what it true is a different matter.

Indeed, the fog of war has spread confusion far and wide. Anyone who is listening to all sides before making up his mind is going to be hopelessly confused. In times like this, it’s best to stick with what we already knew, and let the rest pass us by.

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evilwhitemalempire October 12, 2011 at 23:27

GBFM
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SM October 13, 2011 at 00:20

Yes true: liberals are feminists –already known. All their events are seeped in that irrational infantilism.

But any thing that destroys america as an economic force on the planet is a net positive for the male human neo cortex somewhere.

Anything that stops the disaster that is democracy is good.

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SM October 13, 2011 at 01:10

ubermensch October 11, 2011 at 17:40

Send in the National Guard with M134s and clean Wall Street up …
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Yes. But then it wouldn’t be a capitalist democracy of Christians anymore…

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Opus October 13, 2011 at 02:33

@Dj

Thanks.

I had began (at one point to wonder whether it was me) but after Mr Price’s recent comments about Canadians and your own hands-on view, I am now quite persuaded it is her and not me. I get the impression that Canadian women are not used to people standing up to them, and don’t like it when it happens. In the case of the woman I referred to I would say her partner count must be in treble figures, she can drink any man under the table and I have long suspected drug use. Not that she is unattractive, or unintelligent or unable to hold down a very well paid job; which is the tragedy of it. I assume you are in Ontario?

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Maaldweb October 13, 2011 at 02:52

Since we men are the 1%, Ramz Paul says it as it is : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-lDXnynV8I&feature=uploademail

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Taxi Driver October 13, 2011 at 04:17

They remind me of the old pensioners who used to come out in Moscow in the early 90s to protest the collapse of Soviet Socialism. They’ve lost everything they had, everything they believed in, and haven’t the foggiest clue why. I remember one photo in particular, of a 70-something man with tattoos of Lenin, Trotsky, and Stalin on his chest and tears in his eyes. Everything he had worked for his whole life had vanished, along with his pension.

The collapse of western Socialism can’t come fast enough for me, but I am not entirely unsympathetic. Not so long ago I told a 14 year old girl she’d likely have to choose between being a single mom or having no kids at all; and that she’d be better off with her grandmother learning to keep a garden and can food than going to a state-run school. None of it easy stuff to tell a fatherless bastard who has only ever suffered the consequences of this crap, and enjoyed none of the supposed benefits.

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Taxi Driver October 13, 2011 at 05:24

DJ & Opus got the Canadian chicks nailed.

In my time I’ve dated a hindu, a confucian, and a korean baptist. Almost married a shinto. Genuine family oriented conservatives. Thank God for immigration. I’ve hardly bothered with any white chick since high school. They’re all out of their fucking minds.

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Firepower October 13, 2011 at 08:54

Taxi Driver

None of it easy stuff to tell a fatherless bastard who has only ever suffered the consequences of this crap, and enjoyed none of the supposed benefits.

You’ll have to, though. Or at least try until informing them becomes insufferable unto itself.

Even with all the power of modern communications, the message to the inheritors of America isn’t getting through.

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SM October 13, 2011 at 11:46

Taxi Driver
October 13, 2011 at 04:17

They remind me of the old pensioners who used to come out in Moscow in the early 90s to protest the collapse of Soviet Socialism. They’ve lost everything they had, everything they believed in, and haven’t the foggiest clue why. I remember one photo in particular, of a 70-something man with tattoos of Lenin, Trotsky, and Stalin on his chest and tears in his eyes. Everything he had worked for his whole life had vanished, along with his pension.

——————
And where were the females protesting during the collapse of the late soviet system?

Speaks volumes…

Ie you anglo america conformist types that have embraced the simplistic false dichotomy don’t understand the sides accurately.

It is not a battle between socialists vs capitalist, where if the capitalists win that stops feminism. It is feminism–and its entire support structure that gives it life breath (which includes capitalist democracy)– vs those that don’t like feminism(and those people are not automatically the capitalists).

I don’t know why you think “those that don’t like feminism” are automatically the capitalists, other than you’ve been tricked by liberalism’s coffer filling propaganda where it berates and blames its mule –the phantom, strawman called “capitalist patriarchy”– for womans’ woe. But that is simply incorrect. They are incorrect because they are are irrational privileged children after all (ie liberals).

And even if the old men reading the paper in America called capitalist conservatives are against ‘extreme’ feminism (as though the lesbian ‘extreme’ part is separable from the regular ole pretty-daughters-of-a-conservative–cheating-when-ever-they-want, given all her educational and economic advantages) that doesn’t actually mean the old man’s mechanism for stopping feminism–ie capitalism–actually stops it. (They are old american men after all– ie delusional variants on creationism.)

Note it is capitalism’s “invisible hand” mechanism that has uniquely created the environment in which feminism thrives.

I always find it fascinating that capitalists understand the “invisible hand” concept (ie unwitting snowballs leading to outcomes) but refuse to apply it the the social situation in the capitalist west.

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David K, Meller October 13, 2011 at 11:51

The worthless women (but I repeat myself) occupying Wall St. are crying for yet more benefits, more “entitlements”, and more female advantage? Hard to believe. On the other hand, these floozies are merely repeating what they (and probably their mothers too, at this point) heard throughout their entire lives. As far as paternal abandonment is concerned, there are specific disciplines and customs; specific behaviors that used to be expected of wives, inherited over many generations, through which women of all socioeconomic levels encouraged their menfolk to stay at home, even given the additional stresses that having a baby imposes upon a new marriage. Did any of these women undertake to learn how to make the new father happy at home, and less likely to disappear? GUESS!

Not ONE skank in the bunch recognised that it is a good idea to be SELECTIVE in the men one chooses to sleep with, much less marry, still less have a baby with! Not one bothered to inform herself about these very hardships those globalist Wall St. criminals, along with the governments that they own, were inflicting upon EVERYBODY. men and women alike, during the past decade or so. There were even warnings, cf. the late Harry Browne, Doug Casey, Peter Schiff, Ron Paul, Lew Rockwell, et al, of the coming economic tsunami, back in the ’90s–and all of the above named have said repeatedly that we ain’t seen NOTHING yet! Did even ONE of these unwed skanks inform herself, and do what she could, IF she insisted upon having a fatherless brat, to protect them both as much as possible from the coming storm?

We men have TWO major adversaries now: billionaire banksters and feminist parasites! At least both are now out in the open.

A woman intelligent enough to be a good wife and mother would undoubtedly think twice before bringing a child into the world at this time. As far as those sluts (and the countless modern women like them) go, however, that too was another story!

Where is there any concern about the rights of the ‘fathers’ here? If a woman wants to kill her baby to abort motherhood, that is supposedly her “right”. To listen to some in the abortion movement, you would think it is the ONLY human right! If a father-to-be wishes to renounce all title to and responsibility for a child of his born out of wedlock, he is undoubtedly a cad and a scoundrel, but at least he isn’t KILLING the baby in so doing! The same can’t be said about the woman making her “choice”. Instead there is the return, for all practical purposes, of debtor’s prison, for fathers who can’t–or won’t–pay the imposed rate of “child support”, and forced confinement in prison, along with the loss of assorted civil rights, e.g. driver’s license, bonding for certain jobs in banking, civil service, private detective (in most states) etc. and the burden of a jail record for the rest of his life, even though he really committed no crime. I daresay the enforcement of these feminist child-support statutes have injured the alleged fathers of these children at least as badly as bad choices have injured the mothers!

This post wouldn’t be complete without mentioning that almost all of the problems cited above occur to women and children born outside of marriage. Again, who destroyed marriage. Let anyone look at the divorce or out-of-wedlock births between the years 1930-1960–Before Feminism–and the stats say between the years of e.g. 1975-2005, After feminism. Then tell me that these female baby hatcheries don’t–to at least some degree–deserve what they got!

PEACE AND FREEDOM!!
David K. Meller

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Doug1 October 13, 2011 at 13:42

Single moms should be treated with the scorn they used to be, rather than held up as heroic and entitled to special privileges, help and admiration.

The should have used birth control responsibly, all but one reversible form of which (which greatly reduces pleasure especially for the man but for both) are within the woman’s sole knowledge and control, or they shouldn’t have divorced their husband. They should have chosen a better man to have sex and a baby with.

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David K, Meller October 13, 2011 at 14:59

Geography Bee Finalist Himself-October 12,2011@ 8:37pm

Love your post! Admittedly it kind of insults pigs (even female ones) who have more dignity and self-possession than to bid for pity while parading the evil consequences of their bad judgement (and perhaps bad character) in the faces of everyone else!

Nevertheless, your “SOWS” acronym–Sluts (or Skanks) Occupying Wall Street–tells it all! Couldn’t have put it better myself.

PEACE AND FREEDOM!!
David K. Meller

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David K, Meller October 13, 2011 at 15:16

There is a blog, titled: theproblemwithwomentoday.blogspot.com which speaks everything we say today about the disgusting women participating in the OWS movement today.

It anticipated them–and us–by almost two years, dated as it is December 4,2009!

Have fun!

PEACE AND FREEDOM!!
David K. Meller

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David K, Meller October 13, 2011 at 15:20

Sorry! My mistake. The blog site is:

http://www.problemwithwomentoday.blogspot.com

No “the” in the title.

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DirkJohanson October 13, 2011 at 16:31

“Progressive stack”? I refused to apply for my county Republican Executive Committee since it has to be 50% women.

Maybe I better settle for getting more involved with the lesser of two evils rather than stay on the sidelines.

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evilwhitemalempire October 13, 2011 at 22:08

SM

What’s up? You haven’t posted anything since April.
Thought they arrested you or something.

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SM October 14, 2011 at 00:28

Evil,

…A little bread and circuses.

And the black helicopters have long since abandoned me for bigger fish. lol …Not enough ‘blood and veins and stuff’ in my deal anymore.

How you doing, EWME?

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Angelguy October 14, 2011 at 10:09

@ DJ

I am curious to know what Canadian city you live in.
I live in Canada and your experience almost mirrors mine.
All those things you said, ring so true.

As a single male who is MGTOW, it has gotten really bad.
Most of the ones that are up here, don’t have what it takes to be a Mother, more or less “real woman”
Angelguy

Dj October 12, 2011 at 17:27
Opus – not sure I follow you on the part of the Canadian woman paying everyone for sex.

All I can say is Canadian women are spoiled, entitled etc. beyond belief. They are either ice queens or rampant sluts. Hypergamy is out of control here, but so to is the sex industry, and I mean really out of control. I know women I grew up with whose partner counts are easily approaching 100, if not more. There are many in my generation (40 year olds) who are on the verge of permanent spinsterhood. I’ve lost count of the women I grew up with who drank and fucked too much and now look like absolute crap. Loads of drug use too.

On top of that I know several women who are getting university degrees and are prostituting themselves to pay their way through. One is getting a sociology degree. God help us all. She openly boasts that she can suck cock for money.

And yet some other women that I grew up with who were rampant carousel riders actually moved to other cities where their rep wasn’t known and found some poor barstard to marry them.

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Angelguy October 14, 2011 at 10:12

We are going to have the Occupy Wall Street protest happen in my city tomorrow, Toronto. I am not really looking forward to this because we had a protest for G20 last year, and there was much damage done.

As much as I hate the bankers for the bailout, I don’t like the protesters either.
Angelguy

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evilwhitemalempire October 14, 2011 at 11:08

How you doing, EWME?

************************

Better than I thought I would at this point (employment wise).

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David K. Meller October 17, 2011 at 15:00

99% of whom? The world’s jackasses? Many of these people are probably unemployed (and unemployable) for reasons having nothing to do with the bad times inflicted on the rest of us by banksters/governments/NWO globalists! Tell me, would you get into a cab, if you saw one of the demonstrators as your driver? Would you order a meal from a restaurant or diner if one of these demonstrators was a waitress or (heaven help both customers and establishment) a cook? Would you feel comfortable having one of these OWS buttheads working on your house’s floor, roof, or electrical wiring?

To ask these questions is to answer them! They may be performing a service by calling attention to the public rage which these financial and political miscreants inflicted upon the world in the past four years or so. Imagining that they have any answers, however, is as pathetically unrealistic as expecting your cat to play a game of chess with you!

They are NOT the 99%! They are the 1% incorrigible poor and unemployable. In better days, they would probably have been called bums or hobos. Not all of them, perhaps, but far too many.

WE, are the 98%, and we have been royally screwed by both groups–or at least the politicians giving bailouts both groups–at OUR expense and increasing dispossession!

PEACE AND FREEDOM!
David K. Meller

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Common Monster October 27, 2011 at 10:27

“Women control not the economy of the market-place but the economy of eros.”
– Maggie Gallagher

To men, women are the equivalent of The 1%.

The economy of eros is in much worse shape than the economy of money, because women can’t run anything.

Something to keep in mind as these populist uprisings are probably going to continue through til the 2012 election: there is an eros equivalent to every one of their money protest signs.

Feminism = Big Eros

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Fire November 2, 2011 at 12:56

we need to keep getting the word out…. many men have been brain washed into “repsecting women” (aka huge amounts of special treatment for women)

if terrosists can be socialy conditioned to fly airplans into buildings then men and women can be socuily conditioned to be sexist agisnt men…. we need to ket people know this and point out the seixst bevahoure, when they try to justfy it, we come up with a better argument.

seixst women and men have been comming up with lame justifications for why its okay to descriminate agisnt men, we need to be ready with better counters. we need to heal our country.

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