Hooray! America has World’s Most Dominant Lesbians!

by W.F. Price on August 10, 2012

In a stunning surprise, the American womyn won gold in Olympic soccer (er, football), making team Japan their little bitches.

The entire United States is frantically celebrating this awesome display of grrrlpower, which lesbians are marking by having carnal relations at least once this month with their spouses/domestic partners.

American men are putting on aprons, baking cakes, and knitting soccer leggings for their female betters. Fathers across the land are getting misty-eyed thinking of how wonderful it would be if their daughters could grow up to be deep-voiced, fuzzy-faced ball-kickers — just like the American womyn’s soccer team.

I am so proud to be an American today. It really chokes me up…

But I have this nagging feeling that we still haven’t quite yet achieved the greatness of the 1983 East German “women’s” track and field squad:

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walking in hell2 August 10, 2012 at 02:16

It is truly humiliating to be an American man. All the other men of the world are laughing or pitying us.

I often pray to God to make sense of my own micro situation and the macro situation of men in modern America; I don’t get any answers.

The only message I can give to young men is this: if you want to reach your potential as a man and have the blessings of life such as an enjoyable, stable career, a wife, and children, for God sakes, don’t try to do it in America.

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Opus August 10, 2012 at 03:18

I really think those women should be wearing strap-ons, especially the four Valyries (the East Germans) as it would hide their ‘camel-toes’.

Meanwhile (as you probably missed it) one of our Negresses has won the first ever female boxing gold medal. We always knew women were not averse to punching but now we have evidence that your primary aggressor laws are the wrong way round. She is of course as ugly as sin, and if you could provide a beauty pageant between her and any of the horses in the equestrian events I know who I will be voting for. (We love each other and should thus be allowed to marry).

I have learned a number of things from these Games, one is that the more ‘evolved’ sports – that is to say sports which require more than punching or running in a straight line, are won by (privileged) white males; that women enjoy a good cry when they win something; that winning a gold medal does not make a woman one bit more fanciable (perhaps that is why they cry so); that one can be dismissed from the games for having the wrong boyfriend (Germany), and for stating an obvious fact (Greece).

Behind the razamatazz, it must all be rather embarrasing for the equality theorists as their theories simply do not match the results.

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El Bastardo August 10, 2012 at 04:43

Hahahahahahaha

I just saw a video with one of these women doing some awesome trick shots, and treating this bearded mangina douche like her little biotch. The way he depriciated himself in that video to make her seem more “manly” was really sad to see. Like when he was holding the water bottle, and then whined like a little biotch when she kicked it out of his hands; that has numerous suggestive themes around it.

Honestly, I have no qualms about her talent, she worked hard her whole life to get where she is at athletically. However, we all know if they play the olympic mens teams how that would go. Of course, lesbians cannot be bothered with genetic differences, unless it suits them of course. Other than that didn’t you know gender was just a social construct? Get with the program.

I do have a problem with the pulsating vajayjay displays I see about this online and on TV. Also how dads and men in general are displayed, to how female athletes get the kid gloves for discipline, and compounding that with interest on how title IX gives them an avantage that replaces men in college with more women. All that makes me not care about these women and their achievement.

Great job girls, and I don’t care.

When men are treated fairly, and valued for their contributions to society; which far surpass the contributions of ALL WOMEN then will I acknowledge stuff like this. Until then, watching a bunch of butch dyke lesbians gloat on the field does nothing for me. It never did, never will, I don’t think I will care either way. I don’t watch female sports, it is not interesting.

All their pontificating about male priviledge, and how we get treated by their fascist laws make their future cries fall on my uncaring ears. I would like to see them explain the gatorade girl’s “mental rape” of projecting her power over another women, if it were a men you know those harpies would not let any of us sleep until we “fixed” it. After all, rape is about power right?

Lesbian activists need to be put down in public, like they do to men. Shamed accordingly, there view points about what men should do, and how women’s soccer prove something one way or the other about “the fact” woman can do anything men can is pretty sad. This only serves to endear them further into the public discourse, their propaganda machine sure does fire on all cylinders.

Good luck saying that in public though, most people in society will give you a blank stare. Or worse, throw you out like you are sexist.

Sometimes I really wonder if we can ever get back what we have lost? I am not saying women’s sports need to go, I just want the Equal Opportunity Laws to be equal.

Who am I kidding, they were never meant to be equal in the first place, just to replace men with women using a cheap veneer. With a simple spelling of a five letter word; they have garnered billions, and stolen everything one can imagine without even gieing anything back really.

That is what they should get a medal for! And like how they do in government and family court; we are not allowed to compete or have a say.

You go grrrls. What did you do again?

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Geography Bee Finalist himself August 10, 2012 at 04:48

One of the East German women track and field athletes, known as “Hormone Heidi,” had so much steroid-induced damage to her body that she opted for a sex change and changed his (assuming that the name change took effect after the sex change) first name to Andreas.

Remember that these days, they test everyone’s urine samples repeatedly over an eight-year period after the Olympic Games end, and the possibility could exist at a later date that large team sport events could have all of their medals taken away if only one athlete has a dirty urine sample. This already happens in events with smaller teas, such as the 4X100 and 4X400 track and field sprint relays.

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Gamerp4 August 10, 2012 at 05:02

Hooray, Now the president should really allow Same Sex Marriage, Because the US Lesbian Soccer Team did proved that “They Are Better than Men”.

Someone should call Hanna Rosin so she can do a video of it too, The End of Men Part 2.

Well next time we should send these lesbians to the battlefield in IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN maybe they can defeat Al-Qaeda in just 1 swift motion.

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Geography Bee Finalist himself August 10, 2012 at 05:02

*teams, not teams

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Ray Manta August 10, 2012 at 06:03

But I have this nagging feeling that we still haven’t quite yet achieved the greatness of the 1983 East German “women’s” track and field squad:

Not to worry, a steroid stack of Dianabol and Deca-durabolin would fix that real quick. Steroids were also a staple of the lady swimmers. They were willing to take things to the limit back then. Google “East Gerrman swimmers rectal air injections” if you’re (morbidly) curious.

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zimmy August 10, 2012 at 06:26

Is it just me or did anyone else notice the extra coverage women received during the Olympics? It seemed like every time I put on the tv I was watching women.

One newspaper article was titled, “Women surpass men….” It had to do with the fact that there were more American women than men representing the U.S. Like so many other articles it was praising women and how ‘fabulous’ they are.

I’d be more impressed if women attempted to compete with men in the same categories. But that would be too much ‘real equality’.

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scatmaster August 10, 2012 at 06:36

But I have this nagging feeling that we still haven’t quite yet achieved the greatness of the 1983 East German “women’s” track and field squad:

nor their swim teams from the Montreal Olympics forward.

The only explanation was performance enhancing drugs as wouldn’t that mane of hair flowing from their armpits slow them down. I guess they needed something to compensate.

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Rebel August 10, 2012 at 07:54

The Canadian team was clearly winning the game hadn’t it been for the referee.

Yes, they are powerful indeed, the lesb.

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Adam August 10, 2012 at 08:04

Uh. Seriously? Have you

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Adam August 10, 2012 at 08:06

Uh. Seriously? Some of those women are unattractive beasts that would look fine in TR’s study next to his stuffed bear, but some (Alex Morgan) are downright cute. The one major flaw is that most of them are lacking up stairs…

Those German women, on the other hand, look like the bad guys from Karate Kid…

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ahamkara August 10, 2012 at 08:10

Hey, if that’s what they’re good at let ‘em do it. I don’t think it’s incompatible with a culture that respects both men and women as parents, which is what I really want to see.

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Keyster August 10, 2012 at 08:26

The news media has been fawning over the first female dominated US Olympic team, taking most of the glory away from any of the men. Should we be celebrating the fact our women are better than anyone elses – – at sports?

I suppose if you apply Title IX rules to STEM, our women will be better scientists and mathematicians than anyone elses women too.
WOOoooEEEeeeeee! You go grrrls!

There are no wives, just a subset of men without penises in the process of diminishing if not destroying REAL men and REAL masculinity. Sometimes they give birth inbetween conference calls and work-out sessions. Then they’re exhalted even higher, as mothers of THEIR children.

My brother of another Mother, my sister of another Mister.

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Temporal August 10, 2012 at 09:01

The only country that makes so much noise with the women’s soccer is the United States.

Why?

Because the men’s soccer team falls a long way to go, not because they do not play well, but because they have to face opponents who would destroy in minutes to any women’s team football.

The men’s team have to deal with European and Latin American teams still in Olympic level tend to be tough opponents.

In the playoffs the men’s selection was eliminated when facing teams that have done well in the Olympics (Mexico and Honduras for example).

Mexico now faces Brazil tomorrow for the gold medal in the men’s soccer.

If women want now boast grrrlpower is because, as in basketball, the rest of the world is not very interested in women’s soccer.

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ybm August 10, 2012 at 10:28

Reminder that Hope Solo blew a blood test 3 weeks before the games. The masking agent she had in her blood was dismissed with the sold ‘pms drug’ canard.

Curiously though of the 14 athletes who have tested positive for this same drug, only 3, including Solo haven’t been banned from competition.

The grrrrrrrrls need their sport to look good, so the soccer federation had to quietly sweep this one under the carpet so the girls sport wouldn’t face humiliation, and revenue loss.

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Nemo August 10, 2012 at 11:04

Y’know, when women start to dominate any profession or specialty by virtue of “positive discrimination”, men tend to abandon it in droves.

There is now about a 8:1 ratio of female to male teachers in elementary schools in the US. There’s also a huge shortage of well-qualified teachers in the STEM subjects. Hmm.

Same thing with medicine. Most psychologists / psychiatrists are women. Women outnumber men in many of the less stressful specialties such as dermatology. There is concern that women doctors produce about half as much as male doctors over their career (they work fewer hours and take time off for maternity leave), so that a class of 50% female and 50% male doctors has an average productivity that is 75% of the level of a class of 100% male doctors.

The interesting question is, if sports start to be seen by boys as a “girl thing”, will they lose interest in this area as well? We already see that the Title IX rules are forcing colleges to drop wrestling and other men’s sports to fund women’s sports. If there are no scholarships for male athletes in a sport, the best men tend to abandon it and switch to another that is supported.

Is there a correlation between the loss of support for men in college athletics in the USA and the loss of male leadership at the Olympics?

It’s politically incorrect to even ask such questions, but I suspect that at least some sports are hurting for good men because colleges have cut back on “athletic scholarships” for men to fund more female athletes.

This also will create “positive feedback” because impressionable young boys want to emulate their heros, and if men stop appearing on Wheaties boxes then there will be fewer boys entering into sports.

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Rhett Orician August 10, 2012 at 11:04

Zimmy -

The coverage of the games seems to be *heavily* slanted toward elevating women and black champions, and paying as little attention as possible to white male athletes (and when they do, it’s negative, like covering Lochte’s moronic comments about pool-pissing).

When you also throw in the fact that they seem to have an overwhelming number of female’s doing the coverage and reporting and announcing…the games are an absolutely endless stream of strident female twittering and chirping.

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Adam August 10, 2012 at 11:05

Agh. Sorry about the weird double post. That’s what I get for trying to type in a smart phone.

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Taank August 10, 2012 at 11:50

No offense, gents, but this seems a little off for the normal levelheaded and rational Spearhead perspective. If the media is politicizing female participation in the Olympics, then by all means let’s point it out and slam them for it. Attacking the athletes themselves seems petty; these are people that have dedicated an awful lot of time and energy trying to get good at something, which is a commendable undertaking. In this particular instance, I think we’d be better off congratulating the competitors on their skill and persistance, while saving our criticism for the media reporting.

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Troll King August 10, 2012 at 11:58

Eh, who cares.

I haven’t even watched any of the olympics this time around. I started to, cause I have been watching it since the dream team in 92 when I was a kid, but every damn time I turned on the TV it was either about women or Phelps. I got bored and turned it off. I get more than enough unwanted female sports bullshit from my college about the ladyvols and what not. Fuck it.

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Peter South August 10, 2012 at 12:36

With women competing against women it’s sort of like bragging you won the special olympics.

I do not think women should be allowed to compete against other women unless it is made clear to everyone that it is a novelty/entertainment/pity event.

Certainly they can not use women competing against women to say that women are better at sports than men.

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Born Free August 10, 2012 at 12:47

Rules regarding lesbians:

#1. They hate that which they want to be. (Men.)

#2. Their hatred cannot make them become that which they want to be.

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Rebel August 10, 2012 at 13:23

Why segregate men and women in olympic games? And in all sports?

Why not let them play one against the other?

Don’t women claim they are superior?

Here’s their chance to prove it.

Men have everything to lose and women have everything to gain: so, let’s play, shall we?

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Aphrodite August 10, 2012 at 14:03

I wouldn’t be too concerned about American boys. In Texas soccer is a fun sport and good exercise but still considered essentially a girls game by boys with American roots.

I’m from Houston, Texas and this time of year it is almost IMPOSSIBLE to find just vacant patch of grass much less a playing field because there are so many youth football teams practicing tackle football. There’s lots of tough little boys in Texas learning it is okay to smack the other guy and knock him down. Ah…the sounds of boy’s football shoulder pads popping has to be the most annoying and freighting noise to a feminist. A Texas boys football practice could only be described as a feminist hell.

(Notice there is no Olympic competition for tackle football. Only American men are still tough enough to play this sport.)

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LatinoinNYC August 10, 2012 at 15:12

Mr price with all the stories about the women soccer team, I doubt a majority of them are lesbians. It is well documented that Hope Solo has been sleeping with a lot of men after high fought victories including movie star Vince Vaugh. According to an article published on ESPN the magazine the soccer team was having orgies during the 2008 Olympics.

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American August 10, 2012 at 15:35

The White Gender, Gender-raunch community, by perverting Americas legal system, are attacking hetero-dominance by attacking the hetero-male.
The hetero-male is the easy target (for we have been conditioned to protect females, even if the hairy legged raunch queens attack us), but it will be the hetero-women who will pay in the end. But Gender-Raunch isn’t broadcasting that over the TV.

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Native Swede August 10, 2012 at 16:15

@walking in hell

Yeah, it’s really, really hard not to feel contempt for US men when you read about the state of affairs in your country. Yes, Sweden and the rest of the Nordic countries are utterly dominated by political feminism. But that’s state policy. The sort of super permeated feminism and misandry that runs like a central theme through all levels of American life are unthinkable here. To some extent, I’m sure that’s cultural – y’all were pretty far gone on in the pedestaling department even before feminism came along. But the combination of Anglo-Saxon delusions about the nature of women and feminism is proving to be so utterly toxic that it has, really, turned America from a great net good for the world into… well… evil. It is America that is now spreading this sick, dysfunctional, sterile creed all over the planet. It is mediated American culture that sells feminism, divorce, gender quotas, affirmative action, ridiculous sex harassment laws, non-existent judicial standards in sex cases, glorification of homosexuality and the rest of the ills that beset US society globally. Some days I can’t help but to think that the world would be best served if America pulled an Atlantis.

How did you allow what was once, undoubtedly, the greatest nation on Earth to come to this? Europe is a basket case and even so, not a day passes when I don’t thank Darwin that I’m not in America. The fall from grace into utter humiliation is simply unprecedented, considering the extent and speed, in all of history for a nation that hasn’t been militarily conquered by someone else. Just incomprehensible, really.

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Attila August 10, 2012 at 17:23

I was on the bus on the way home today – in the middle of the usual Freak Show – wondering what the world was coming to – and whether a nuclear holocaust wouldn’t be a welcome opportunity to start all over again- when I saw one attractive lady- obviously a Muslima- finely featured– who stood as a figure of respectable womanhood—in the middle of that racial/sexual/panmixian chaos and degradation. She was probably on the way home (I have seen her strolling with her husband in the neighborhood) getting ready to break the Ramadhan fast.

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jaego August 10, 2012 at 17:32

Football is under attack because of all the injuries it causes. Hate to say it, but they have a point. Many live with life long injuires from high school football. It certainly doesn’t belong in College as it is obviously a pro sport hiding under the Ivy. But they even want to ban boxing!

Big federal law suit against Big Sistas: Napolitano moved male employees offices into the men’s room, hired her unqualifed girlfriend, etc.

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/janet-napolitano-run-homeland-security-treated-male-staffers-lapdogs-federal-discrimination-lawsuit-charges-article-1.1133207

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W.F. Price August 10, 2012 at 18:31

Football is under attack because of all the injuries it causes. Hate to say it, but they have a point. Many live with life long injuires from high school football.

-jaego

Yeah, most of the older men in my family are bionic now from all the joints they’ve had replaced. More than 90% of it is from football. Frankly, I wouldn’t let a son play unless he had an exceptionally rugged physique. It’s just too hard on your average guy. My slim grandpa who played baseball and ran track as a youth, on the other hand, was spry into his 80s. The other one – who was a fullback in college football – is still alive at 90, but he doesn’t move too well.

I love watching football, but it’s almost as hard on a guy as rodeo. And if you’ve ever met an old rodeo star, it’s sad to see how broken down they are. Half are drunks or junkies from dealing with the constant pain. Boys should do a lot of running and jumping and engage in contact, but the pads and armor in football just encourage them to hit each other too hard by taking the edge off the pain. It just transfers the damage from the superficial (but painful) contusions to the deeper joint and cartilage injuries, which never fully heal.

ActaNonVerba August 10, 2012 at 18:39

I’m a fan of the beautiful game. But, I can’t stand the “girl power” nauseating crap nor the politics (feminism, lesbianism, Title IX, etc..) that goes on with American female athletics.

To be perfectly honest, I have found myself rooting against some American women in the Olympics. I guess I’m a bit of a turncoat. I think my subconscious is not comfortable rooting for them sometimes for the following reasons:

1) They’re probably misandrists who got special funding , aren’t appreciative, and treated hetero men like crap all along the way.

2) The more American broads that win in the Olympics the more endless girls are the greatest, girl power crap will appear in the American media. More of the ever-present phenomenon of women worshipping at their own feet.

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continent August 10, 2012 at 20:56

Police sergeant gets in trougle for bringin Chick fil-a lunch to work,
http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2012/08/08/dpd-sgt-left-holding-bag-over-chick-fil-a-sandwich/
“The DPA points out the two female officers happen to be homosexuals. They also point out that the sergeant was responsible for reading the evening bulletins to all officers in the Southeast patrol that evening, including information on possible crowd control issues at Chick-Fil-A’s in the area”

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Bob August 10, 2012 at 21:01

What I found amazing is the countless female competition who require less than half of what men’s competition require. If they run 20km, men have to run 40km, etc… Strage I did not heard them complaining for equality…

Rebel say, «Why segregate men and women in olympic games? And in all sports?» Because they don’t want to compete side by side with those abusive-inferior-pig-stupid-brainless-rapist-asshole that are men. They are sooooo superior than that heap of shit.

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Gay State Girl August 10, 2012 at 23:33

El Bastardo
All that is in the past. Colleges and Universities that are over 60% female (mostly small, elite LACs) have been accepting under qualified males now to even out the gender ratio, because there is a strong correlation b/w proportionate gender ratio and freshmen retention rates.

http://www.miscellanynews.com/2.1578/vc-admissions-balance-applicant-admit-gender-ratios-1.2659952

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Bob Smith August 11, 2012 at 01:22

Two words: Caster Semenya.

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walking in hell2 August 11, 2012 at 02:21

@Native Swede

I agree with you. I am a man and was born in America, and it has to be one of the worst curses in the world. As a non-multimillionaire man, you have almost no rights; and you are hated and despised.

I would give anything for a chance to have a job and be a citizen of a decent country. I have a math degree, graduate studies in finance, enterprise programming and project management experience, I am literate and know how to write, I even speak a second language; yet I am one step away from homelessness.

I have excruciating child support debts that I can never pay off. I have no retirement due to divorce. I am not eligible for any of the miniscule social safety nets that this piece of shit country offers.

What young American men don’t realize it that once you are caught in the divorce trap, you cannot escape. Your entire life belongs to the state and a sick woman.

I blame most of troubles on me, for being born in the wrong country and not emigrating when I was younger. I compounded the mistake by marrying an American woman and fathering a child (who I haven’t seen or spoken to in seven years).

Now I am in a situation that is becoming more desperate by the day.

So I tell all young men; emigrate while you can. The situation in America is so much worse and getting so much worse than men realize. Many of us are already living in Stalinism; and it is getting worse.

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walking in hell2 August 11, 2012 at 03:48

@Native Swede

“How did you allow what was once, undoubtedly, the greatest nation on Earth to come to this?”

It never was the greatest nation on Earth. America was always rotten. In the last forty years, it has become more so. The difference is that now the internet allows more people to be aware of just how bad it is.

In fact, America is one of the greatest hoaxes of the 20th century. People are just finding out.

The one telling statistic, is the incarceration rates. American incarceration rates negate anything that anyone can positively say about the country.

See below:

1) Soviet Union
Soviet Gulag population:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gulag
600,000 to 1,000,000 between 1934 to 1953.

Soviet total population: 1937 to 1951
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demography_of_the_Soviet_Union
162,500,000 to 182,321,000

600,000/162,500,000 = 369/100,000

1,000,000/182,321,000 = 548/100,000

Other estimates say 800/100,000

So somewhere between 369 to 800 per 100,000

2)
South Africa under Apartheid
South Africa Apartheid (1993): 368/100,000

3)
Nazi Germany incarceration:
http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?f=46&t=153734

For Nazi Germany, controversy here. Between 300/100,000 and 1614/100,000.

4)
USA: 760/100,000

5)
Louisiana: 1619/100,000

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Lovekraft August 11, 2012 at 09:08

Up here in Canada, our women’s soccer team will likely begin on a relentless campaign for more attention and, naturally, tax money to be dedicated to their sport.

I have no problem if it is privately funded and equally provided.

However, since I am a male and prefer faster and better competition, I shouldn’t be forced to pay for slower and gender-bending sport.

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Brian August 11, 2012 at 10:58

@walking in hell2

A number of questions:

a.) Why does your name’s link go to a model site and doesn’t match that site’s address?

b.) How is it that you have so much education with work experience and yet you’re one step away from homelessness?

c.) Does declaring bankruptcy remove obligations related to family law?

In addition, how is being born in America one of the worst curses in the world? You can’t compare it to some vision you have that doesn’t exist in the real world. You have to compare it to other places that do exist. The plain fact is that people in the U.S. are freer and more prosperous than people from most other countries. To this day, people from all over the world still try to immigrate to America.

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Nemo August 11, 2012 at 12:51

@GSG

Vassar College was a women’s college until 1969 and does not have an engineering department. It’s no surprise that men don’t want to go there.

The only area where men outnumber women is the STEM subjects, and Obama is dropping hints that he’s going to use Title IX rules to limit the percentage of men that are allowed to study those subjects.

If colleges aren’t careful, most men will simply switch to online learning and rarely, if ever, set foot on campus. The STEM subjects are well suited for this method. Most geeks would prefer to set their own schedules and avoid 8:00 a.m. lectures anyway.

Women may find empty campuses, even if half of the students are men, simply because it’s less hassle for men to avoid interacting with women.

I took an online course and in the discussion section, a man mentioned that he once called a woman “hon” (short for honey) while studying with her late one night.

She filed a sexual harassment complaint against him, and he was banned from being in the same room as her during lectures or tests.

Be careful what you wish for, ladies. You just might get it.

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American August 11, 2012 at 13:41

What America, and eventually the world, have not yet recognized is that some of the most loudmouth hateful aggressive “American bull-dykes”, are actually no longer women because of all the testosterone they shoot themselves up with.
Some of these aggressive “American bull-dykes”, are actually not women at all, but some kind of hormonal/ chemical monster. Hetero-males have been conditioned to protect women, but what if these women are actually no longer women, but some kind of super-aggressive, loud mouth, testosterone shooting man/female hybrids, that want to destroy hetero-sexuality.

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Common Monster August 11, 2012 at 13:46

Maybe if we advertise to the world how tough and strong our women are, it will discourage immigration, ~80% of which is male immigration. There’s nothing quite like snarling, competitive women to scare men off.

That said, our 4×100 girls sure smoked that old German WR, which was starting to get up there into Bob Beamon territory.

We went 1-2 in the decathalon for the first time since before there was color TV, and medaled in the 1500m for the first time since Jim Ryan in 1968 (to name just two highlights), so it hasn’t been a total bust on the men’s side.

The greater success of our women is because women’s sports are just less competitive overall worldwide, and Title IX is like blood packing or ‘roiding the system, which other countries/cultures don’t do as much of.

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Jean Valjean August 11, 2012 at 20:00

I think it’s great they won and I won’t make fun of them because some of them may like girls.

What bothers me is the insistence that they are superior than all others and that they are better than the male soccer players from the U.S.

Women have made certain that men cannot compete against them and yet think it’s appropriate to shame men for not getting as many medals or having as many people in the Olympics.

Add to that the unsportwomanlike gloating and antics on the field when they trounce a country that spends a fraction on female sports or has fledgling programs in comparison.

I suppose any team from the NBA can trounce any high school team but it would be shameful for Kobe to dance a jig when he stuffs one over the high school’s best defender. “In your face 15 year old kid!”

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Anonymous age 70 August 11, 2012 at 20:24

>>c.) Does declaring bankruptcy remove obligations related to family law?

As a general statement, no. For most men, it is true slavery.

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Brian August 11, 2012 at 22:55

@Anonymous age 70

Have any men tried to argue in court that child support or alimony is cruel and unusual punishment?

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American August 12, 2012 at 04:50

American Gender, Gender-Raunch in high places in the Federal government are slowly purging hetero-males from the rank and file.
This phenomena of the Gender-Raunch community in high places in the American bureaucratic leviathan, is the end result of many perversions and “manufactured statistics” that have “Empowered” Gender-Raunch disproportionate to their numbers.
History will show that the main reason American gender-raunch got so “Empowered” disproportionate to their numbers was their “Manufactured statistics Alliance” with American law enforcement.

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American August 12, 2012 at 04:52

American Gender-raunch are not “Empowering” themselves by extolling the virtues of being “Gender-Raunch”, but by inflaming the public with their “manufactured statistics”.

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Native Swede August 12, 2012 at 09:42

@walking in hell2

“It never was the greatest nation on Earth. America was always rotten. In the last forty years, it has become more so. The difference is that now the internet allows more people to be aware of just how bad it is.

In fact, America is one of the greatest hoaxes of the 20th century. People are just finding out.”

I’ll have to respectfully disagree. Oh, the gap between the pretensions as stated in the constitution and the declaration of liberty and reality always was enormous. But at least there were pretensions, and some of them held up well for quite some time. What country on Earth would you rate higher? Europe was always all about a cozy setup for the aristocracy and the plutocracy, with just enough crumbs falling of the table to the masses to keep them docile and working. And the rest of the world was always even worse, where the choice was essentially being part of the ruling sociopaths clan or being a slave.

For a while there, say between the end of the civil war and the end of the 1960′s, America really, truly was something outstanding, as nations go. Then it slowly started to go wrong, a tendency that increased after the American victory in the Cold War. Today, there is no county in Europe – including dissolving Greece – I wouldn’t rather live in than America.

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Attila August 12, 2012 at 10:30

A shame the Spaniards didn’t beat the US Team – I don’t know what’s so American about a team where nearly 100 percent of the players are black. The Spanish team was at least representative of Spain’s ethnic/culture.

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Ron August 13, 2012 at 02:55

@walkinginhell2

I hear you. I expated a while back, because I found the country impossible. There’s something terrible happening there.

Sovreignman.com is a good site for financial expating

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AntiFeminist August 18, 2012 at 08:19

Aphoridte: “Notice there is no Olympic competition for tackle football. Only American men are still tough enough to play this sport.”

Ah, ignorance is a bliss! Only “american men are still though to play this sport” ? All over the world men (and boys, and even GIRLS) play tackle football, and you know what ? In Europe, Australia, England and other countries, they also play one thing called “rugby”, where men play with no padding at all (while in the NFL they are all protected from head to toe).

Take your news from something else than Faux News, and you might one day get to know something about the world we live in.

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