A Typical Local Political Ad

by W.F. Price on September 23, 2012

Evidently, American women are under siege, even here in Washington state:

The above is one of a few ads against John Koster, who is running in the WA 1st district against Susan del Bene, another Microsoft lackey (like Maria Cantwell).

There’s another one in circulation with the same message that I couldn’t find on YouTube, but it gives away the real demographic target of these ads: older women. Although young women are pictured above, these issues seem to be most important to baby boomer women, which confuses me, because they have no need for either birth control or abortions.

However, a guy I used to work for, a boomer himself, told me he thought that these boomer women who had abortions will go to their graves defending the feminist ideals, even if they had a negative impact on their lives, such as childlessness.

I’m starting to become resigned to the idea that boomer women are going to vote us into a full-fledged feminist mess no matter what, and it’s going to take an even worse economic crisis than we currently have to finally force a change.

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AntZ September 23, 2012 at 07:22

Is there a bill to ban BC in Washington?

Or do they mean “John Koster thinks that it is wrong to force all insurance companies to offer free BC for all women … but not for men?”

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Nemo September 23, 2012 at 07:40

Anyone who ever denies women free goodies from the government is guilty of a hate crime. So saith the femmies.

Heck, in New Jersey cutting up one of your joint credit cards with a woman can get you arrested for domestic violence. No joke.

In Pennsylvania, they’ve run radio ads where a guy in a menacing voice tells a woman – supposedly his girlfriend or wife – what she must do. The ad ends with him saying, “Don’t you ever, ever tell me what to do with my money”. Then the radio announcer tells women what to do if they have been victims of domestic violence.

Except there’s no actual mention of physical violence in the ad, just a deranged-sounding guy telling a woman what to do and telling her she can’t spend his money. Neither of these are crimes. At most he’s guilty of rudeness and penny-pinching.

Perhaps soon women will be legally entitled to simply stop men at random and empty their wallets. If men resist, they’ll be arrested for domestic violence. It would be the next logical step, and completely consistent with current feminist jurisprudence and media propaganda.

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W.F. Price September 23, 2012 at 07:42

Is there a bill to ban BC in Washington?

-AntZ

Washington state is one of the most radically feminist states in the US, and possibly the least religious of all. That’s why this ad is so ridiculous. This is the last state in which abortion would be banned, birth control restricted, etc.

Nevertheless, listen to the political debate and you’d think we’re a small step away from The Handmaid’s Tale.

Rebel September 23, 2012 at 08:13

In Canada, abortion is under scrutiny by the Conservatives.
Women are up in arms. I think it’s funny, as I don’t care either way.
I just savour my beer, laughing…

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Jaego September 23, 2012 at 08:23

I like the one about Rob McKenna where the middle age woman acts like voting is like shopping for men on match.com. And Rob McKenna is just another one of those guys who doesn’t make the grade.

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Amanda September 23, 2012 at 08:25

How is not having kids a negative consequence to someone who doesn’t want kids? While I’ve never had an abortion, I would have, if I’d gotten pregnant in college or law school. Having kids at those times would have destroyed my life.

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dannyfrom504 September 23, 2012 at 08:30

and people ask WHY i’m considering a vasectomy.

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W.F. Price September 23, 2012 at 08:31

How is not having kids a negative consequence to someone who doesn’t want kids?

-Amanda

It’s negative if you think you will have them later, but it turns out you blew your only chance. Happens to a lot of women these days.

While I’ve never had an abortion, I would have, if I’d gotten pregnant in college or law school. Having kids at those times would have destroyed my life.

Talk about hyperbole.

You think not becoming a lawyer on schedule would “destroy your life?” Please…

Beltain September 23, 2012 at 09:03

You bet they will. Boomer women made all the mistakes and they will die before they ever admit to their lies and deceptions. You can always tell the ones who got abortions because they become mouth foaming angry whenever anyone questions it.

I just can’t believe more men are not just saying enough is enough and putting a stop to this oppression by superior votes farce we are living in.

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Livingwell September 23, 2012 at 09:41

@ W.F. Price
I’m starting to become resigned to the idea that boomer women are going to vote us into a full-fledged feminist mess no matter what, and it’s going to take an even worse economic crisis than we currently have to finally force a change.

Exactly. So enjoy the ride. Men will alway do better once we stop lifting so much as a finger to aid or fight the present mess. Just enjoy life, stop contributing and let it go, the present system in beyond unsustainable. You can smell defeat in the defenders of the status quo. Do not, in any way, help these people get through this.

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Livingwell September 23, 2012 at 09:45

crisis and collapse equals creativity which is where men alway excel.

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numnut September 23, 2012 at 10:22

You will notice the rad-fem lawyers are the most vocal opponents of the 2nd Amendment.
For good reason:they seek to remove any hope of justice,even the last resort.
They always seek the fascist Police State.

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Geography Bee Finalist himself September 23, 2012 at 10:28

@ Price @ 7:42 am PDT

New York State probably ranks 49th in profundity of religious convictions among its residents and probably is one of the five worst states in excessively catering to feminazism. New York is probably the Washington state of the Northeast when it comes to feminazism.

New York was one of only four states not in violation of Roe v. Wade and I believe Washington state may have been one of the other three.

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Zimmy September 23, 2012 at 10:29

No one wants to deny women (or men) access to birth control. If a woman wants whatever birth control devises she prefers THEN she can pay for them.

A woman paying for her own birth control is considered a “war on women”. How foolish these times will seem to have been by future historians.

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Justinian September 23, 2012 at 10:36

Old women (particularly single old women) have absolutely nothing to loose by fighting to preserve the unsustainable entitlement state even if in doing so everything else goes off the cliff.

If we somehow reverted to the old ways, only the younger women would benefit from a return to patriarchy. The older ones are too old, mangled, and damaged to sell themselves to a male provider.

So many have destroyed all interpersonal relationships in their lives and failed to develop any marketable skills of their own that their only hope to avoid starvation and homelessness is to keep the state forcibly extracting money from younger men.

I repeat, they have nothing to loose by keeping the charade going for as long as possible. A return to sanity with regards to family and entitlements will leave them with nothing to fall back. They have spent their entire lives destroying the traditional social structures that ordinarily would have looked after them in their old age.

Perhaps it will take a new generation of barbarian males raised by single mothers to take whatever they can away from these helpless pitiable creatures whose only power now lies with state coercion.

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JoeS September 23, 2012 at 10:44

@ W.F. Price:

The lack of empathy never fails to shock a person. A woman will express willingness to destroy her own child and justifies it by saying that not graduating from law school would have “destroyed her life.” It’s shocking, sociopathic, and utterly repulsive. Ultimately MGTOW is a response to the mainstreaming of female repulsiveness.

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Anon September 23, 2012 at 10:45

“…boomer women are going to vote us into a full-fledged feminist mess no matter what.”

I agree with this completely. The only possible way to get them to stop is if you confront them directly with the incredible arrogant laziness of the generations of women that followed them.

My wife became a physician in an era when only 5% of doctors were women. She worked 80-100 hours per week during her 20′s and early 30′s to meet the high standards set by the male physicians who created the system.

Tell women like her about the 29 year-old woman interviewed on NPR who has 3 illegitimate children by 3 different fathers, two of whom have been in prison. She insists that “society must support her choices”, i.e., pony up for free child care, free support, welfare, food stamps, the works.

In other words, while some boomer women worked incredibly hard to succeed, their hard earned money is going to support sluts who spent their 20′s enjoying the tingles of unprotected sex with the hardcore bad boys.

Even then, it will be a hard sell. Boomer women invested heavily in their feminist beliefs.

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Highwasp September 23, 2012 at 12:57

“I’m starting to become resigned to the idea that boomer women are going to vote us into a full-fledged feminist mess no matter what, and it’s going to take an even worse economic crisis than we currently have to finally force a change.”

A worse economic crisis might be a reality within a very short time considering the recent official announcement from China: the international banking and payment transfer system is ready for any nation in the world to begin accepting the Chinese Yuan as payment for oil.

Combine with the recent, open-ended and unlimited, quantitative easing announcement by the Fed, and the dollar is dead.

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Diogenes' Lamp September 23, 2012 at 13:41

Awww, those poor womyn look sooo sad… but if anyone tries to cheer them up then they’re ‘committing the micro aggression of intruding upon their inner lives’… so it would be misogynistic and patriarchal to give them the birth control under discussion, right?

* * *

JoeS: “Ultimately MGTOW is a response to the mainstreaming of female repulsiveness.”

Succinct perfection! :)

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TFH September 23, 2012 at 14:22

Having kids at those times would have destroyed my life.

Heh… Very few professions destroy a woman’s attractiveness to men more than becoming a lawyer.

Seriously. By choosing to become a lawyer, a woman is effectively reducing her husband prospects by 80% or more…

1) Men have good reason to be afraid of marrying (or even dating) a female lawyer.
2) Being a lawyer engenders women with personality traits that men find repulsive (even though a male lawyer clearly does become attractive to women).
3) Being a lawyer uses up a woman’s 20s, so her peak years are gone before she knows it.

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Lord Valtrex September 23, 2012 at 14:23

A society of women should rest upon the sweat and labor of women.

Let the corporate fembots get taxed to death supporting the welfare queens.

MGTOW all the way!

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universe September 23, 2012 at 14:44

“Nevertheless, listen to the political debate and you’d think we’re a small step away from The Handmaid’s Tale.”
– fu-nee.
All while using the same tack – conflate, inflate, controlled dee-bate.
(Had a g/f who argued in this manner. I imagine husbands around the world experiencing same).

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Lyn87 September 23, 2012 at 14:45

Highwasp has it nailed. China is playing the long game, and if they can get OPEC to accept the Yuan, the dollar is done. The only thing keeping feminism afloat is the fact that the dollar is the world’s reserve currency. Feminism is incredibly wasteful, and only rich societies can afford to be incredibly wasteful. China isn’t going to start a trade war or crash the dollar because much of their wealth is denominated in dollars. They are too smart to go with murder/suicide, but they’re willing to endure serious pain if it means their long-term enemies (us) will be defeated. The Yuan is not going to replace the dollar as the world’s reserve currency any time soon, but if they can break the dollar’s monopoly by adding the Yuan to the system, they would be in a position to hurt us badly without utterly destroying their own economy in the process.

Why does that matter here? Because the only reason we continue to indulge in feminism is because we haven’t hit the economic wall… yet. At this point it is inevitable, and getting OPEC to accept either the Yuan or the Dollar as payment for oil will put Europe and the Americas into a tailspin: a tailspin in which it will no longer be possible to indulge feminist ideas about spending money we don’t have on things we don’t need, just to avoid being accused of waging a mythical “War on Women.”

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Mr. J September 23, 2012 at 14:50

@ Beltain

Men, as a whole , aren’t interested in “putting a stop” to anything.

Most of them are interested in obsessing over other (grown)men who play “games” or who drive vehicles in circles and very little else.

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Jaego September 23, 2012 at 15:20

The Left operate on crisis, and often must manufacture them to fit the narrative. During the height of Stalin’s Terror there were signs saying, “Dare to vote for Stalin”.

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Skeptic September 23, 2012 at 15:36

I can’t login to vote on comments.
Nor can I request a new password either.
Any idea what’s happening there?

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W.F. Price September 23, 2012 at 16:03

I can’t login to vote on comments.

-Skeptic

Try again and let me know if there’s still a problem.

Daedelus September 23, 2012 at 16:46

Lol, this is akin to things like cigarette taxes. They taxed them so much that in the last couple years, a community or 2 has lowered them because *shock* they actually realize their revenue falls at a certain level of repression (taxes).

Pretty soon the politicos will have to come up with more & more imaginary transgressions against da wiminz after they’ve sanctioned against things like “aggressive staring” or “threatening breathing” (god help guys with copd). I think though that this pandering to the feminazi’s will continue unabated though. As crazy as our tax policies are, they’ve got nothing on wra’s agendas.

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Clydesdale September 23, 2012 at 17:36

“In other words, while some boomer women worked incredibly hard to succeed, their hard earned money is going to support sluts who spent their 20′s enjoying the tingles of unprotected sex with the hardcore bad boys.”

Heh, heh.

Welcome, ladies, to the world we men have been living in for quite some time now.

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SHOES THROWER September 23, 2012 at 17:52

Auto insurance companies deny access to oil changes. Why is that not considered putting women under siege?

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Cassidy September 23, 2012 at 18:08

Baby boomer feminists really screwed everyone by getting the feminist snowball rolling. Those people spent the last 40-plus years shaping America into a feminist nation, and things aren’t going to just change overnight. Feminism has become a part of every aspect in American society. Even if women wanted to revert back to a patriarchal society, it would probably take decades, so they have really found themselves trapped.

People who decided America should invest so heavily in women, instead of men, ended up creating something of a debt, but more than just a financial debt; we now have a society filled with men who have been feminized for decades, and women who have been masculinized for decades. Women make for terrible versions of men, and men make for terrible versions of women. Like any investment gone wrong, with large amounts of debt being created, it will take a long time to repair the damage which has been done, but that is assuming people want things to change. America has become a country so confused about gender differences, I don’t see people outside of the Man-O-Sphere really ever getting it. Fathers will instill masculinity in their daughters, and mothers will instill femininity in their sons.

The idea that empowering men will benefit everyone is considered a very radical, and unacceptable, notion by most people outside of the Man-O-Sphere.

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Paul Murray September 23, 2012 at 18:37

I’m reminded a bit of Bono’s “Sunday Bloody Sunday” speech. All these rich irish descendants in Boston financing the IRA back in Ireland, so proud of themselves for supporting “the cause”, and unaware of what it was actually like on the ground for actual irish-in-ireland irish, and how things had changed there over the past few decades.

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Paul Murray September 23, 2012 at 18:53

” getting OPEC to accept either the Yuan or the Dollar as payment for oil will put Europe and the Americas into a tailspin”

America invaded Iraq when Saddam tried this trick – a bourse that would accept the dollar or the euro for oil. Times are about to get interesting.

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Paul Murray September 23, 2012 at 18:55

@Haego “The Left operate on crisis”
LOL – and the right doesn’t? It’s all the same, dude.

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sestamibi September 23, 2012 at 19:10

Except that they don’t consider childlessness a “negative impact”. That’s OK, though. They’ll all die off without kids, while people like the Duggars make up for them and pass on their conservative values.

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ActaNonVerba September 23, 2012 at 19:22

Abortion. The ability to decide life and death. Confirmation for women that they are the gods they believe themselves to be. The ultimate catnip for them.

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Mr. J September 23, 2012 at 19:24

…..

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Troll King September 23, 2012 at 19:42

OT.

I just saw this and thought you guys would find it interesting. They make it out to be, at least at first where it is carried throughout the article, like these women were brought in to help fix the male oriented CIA. One of the CIA guys even claims he would like to put a “no men need to apply” sign on the door. But, if you look at it in a more detailed manner then it becomes clear that women were serving in this capacity long before 9/11. So, I really don’t see how they can be congratulated for finding and killing Bin Laden when they are more than likely also responsible for not knowing about 9/11 to begin with.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2012/09/16/secret-weapons.html

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Troll King September 23, 2012 at 22:10

OT.

Lol, check this out. We have been saying similiar things for awhile now in the MRM.

http://www.rhrealitycheck.org/article/2012/02/14/what-do-artificial-wombs-mean-women

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Really? September 23, 2012 at 23:53

Really?

A woman choosing a law career over having babies annoys you that much? Not all women want to be wives and mothers. Some women are happy to exist without a man. You’re really not all that special.

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walking in hell September 24, 2012 at 00:12

“it’s going to take an even worse economic crisis than we currently have to finally force a change. ”

I have to disagree. I think the mentality of the typical American woman is so stubborn and unintelligent, that even a radical economic crisis and extreme poverty will not change them.

The only thing that will bring reason to America is a removal of voting rights from all females and a culling of females from any type of leadership role.

Then you must strip known manginas of their voting rights and positions.

The failure of America will have a positive impact on the rest of the world. China is certainly no matriarchy and will probably never be; especially after watching American men in a subservient role for so many years.

With a devaluation of the dollar, child support debts become smaller. We victims of the state sponsored child kidnapping should applaud and welcome any crisis which will destroy the dollar. Likewise, we should welcome any outside nation that may liberate us from our disgusting oppressive leaders.

The crisis is coming, and we slave men remember who the evildoers are.

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walking in hell September 24, 2012 at 00:19

Quite frankly after watching the advertisement, I feel that American women should be under constant siege. In the past, because they were not under siege, they, along with conspiring manginas, have destroyed life in America for other men, children, and other younger women.

Post economic Armageddon, American women should be reduced to an animal-like status with no rights whatsoever. Through their behavior, they have proven that an animal-like status is the best status for them.

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Ode September 24, 2012 at 05:02

Amanda

While I’ve never had an abortion, I would have, if I’d gotten pregnant in college or law school. Having kids at those times would have destroyed my life.

Excuse me young lady.
If you were smart enough to had gotten into law school you would of been smart enough to use birth control. Or perhaps has the college education standards sunken so low, they are now admiting people on the left hand side of the IQ bell curve into law school?

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Ode September 24, 2012 at 06:44

Lord Valtrex

A society of women should rest upon the sweat and labor of women.
…..
MGTOW all the way!

In the video it is mentioned very strongly that “we can’t go back”

hmm, If we go back to the 1950′s a new house only costed $15,000. It only took a single income, the husband, to eventually pay it off and live a debt free life while women got to stay home all day. When women grew old, whatever uncertainty life presents, at least they knew they would have a roof over their head paid for free and clear. MOST women today would love to go back to those good old days comfortable security, compare to the nightmare world we live in today of home foreclosures and even a dual income does not give a guarantee.

So yeah I agree with the video, “we can’t go back” however I disagree with the reason. It is not because women do not want it. Oh they really do want it. It is because the world has changed and it cannot be done anymore. too bad get used to it.

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Migu September 24, 2012 at 08:17

While I’ve never had an abortion, I would have, if I’d gotten pregnant in college or law school.

If you ever have children you should tell them this. You could empower them with supreme confidence. As soon as they develop cognitive abilities you can tell them they were the chosen ones. They are special, because you chose to let them be born.

It would nice if women would just state this upfront when they are angling for a relationship. It would make sewage treatment a breeze.

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Mickey T September 24, 2012 at 08:44

Other than those men who have a mental disability (unfortunate but real), any American male who cannot see that these incessant ads are an obvious indication of the continued decline of our culture, deserves what the fems have brought about. Patriotism and loyalty to the country and it’s people and the good of all are not targeted in these ads, but raw selfishness is, and it works.

If enough men, among other groups, would put down the wings and beer and focus their eyes away from the plasma screen and direct them to the reality of ads like this, they might see that they are actually anti female (rightfully so), not anti Tea Party. The fact that these ads work, is not only an indication that complete and utter selfishness has overcome our culture (thanks girls), but it shows the state of awareness of too many American voters.

It reminds me of my “very young man” days, when I was almost always on a binge or suffering from a hangover 1960s Hippie style.

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Rebel September 24, 2012 at 09:05

Seems that whatever is done or given freely is never enough.

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Mickey T September 24, 2012 at 09:38

The fact that theses ads often work, is a grim indicator of the state of complete and utter selfishness and/or gross unawareness of so many American voters. It’s not only a good indicator of the sharp moral decline of the American culture, but also the glaring lack of “patriotism” in the country and good of all “spirit” etc.

The ad shows the true dark nature of women and the foolish nature of men. It is actually an anti-women and pro-Conservatism and rightfully so. But, the groups which it targets are so blinded by selfishness and foolishness, it works inversely.

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Art Vandelay September 24, 2012 at 10:12

The wording is rather clever. I’m pretty sure an insurance company can’t deny access to birth control, it can only deny to pay for it.

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John West September 24, 2012 at 10:16

When there are women who have nothing better to do than campaign for abortion rights, free contraception and other frivolous concerns it is clear that they have too little to do and too much time on their hands.

I think our society was much better when women were busy scrubbing floors and doing laundry while cooking meals from scratch and tending a vegetable garden etc. And happy to have a good husband to support them.

Women have become so bored with their lives that all they have left is whining and complaining about the tiniest and stupidest matters that they can deal with on their own and in their own way. Those who think they are important because they work in the office of a non-profit or a family law firm are delusional.

Men are bored too, but at least they simply retreat to video games and watching sports.

Women want everyone to suffer when they are not happy.

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justaloser September 24, 2012 at 11:40

America’s Deadliest And Poorest City Set To Disband Its Entire Police Force Over Budget Crisis

For the one that are not reading zero hedge.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2012-09-24/americas-deadliest-and-poorest-city-disband-its-police-force-over-budget-crisis

While the stock market in the US continues to surge (if not so much in China where the composite is back to 2009 lows) as the relentless liquidity tsunami makes its way into stocks, and other Fed frontrunning instruments, and only there, reality for everyone else refuses to wait. Last week we saw reality striking in Greece, where a section of Athens literally shut down after it ran out of all cash. Today, reality comes to the US, and specifically its poorest city, Camden, which is a twofer, doubling down also as America’s deadliest city. It turns out Camden is about to become even deadliest-er, as its police force is set to be disbanded following a budget crisis in this effectively insolvent city.

Coming everywhere is the world, especially in western countries.

Some men have skills to walk away build a small shack in the wood and hide. Men can walk away easier than women can.

Women are dependant into functioning system. Will men help women or leaves women behind? Will women turn around and ask men for patriarchal society ? Will women enslave them self to the first men they can find ? Will women come back to her ex husband begging for mercy ?

These question will be very answers very soon.

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Alonso Quijano September 24, 2012 at 11:42

I’m with Highwasp, the currency war was a shot in the knee for the US.

The “crisis” in Europe (for those who still don’t get what it’s all about watch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QV59gVIh6FE ) has had as a consequence the strategic reorientation of Germany, China, Brasil, Russia, Japan and many others….the rest of the world will now actively trip the US on it’s Petrodollar scam and watch it fall. Rough times ahead, as an American male I’d either get into a lot of debt now or leave the place a.s.a.p.

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Mickey T September 24, 2012 at 13:14

I haven’t read every word here, but with a law as Roe v Wade, there are not many ways to violate it, other than killing the baby after birth (botched abortion-which happens) because of it’s wording. Fems used the word,”health” to allow for abortion at any time during pregnancy for any or no reason. If a woman who requested an abortion at 9 plus months and was denied, she would certainly become distraught. All that is needed is a doctor to state that it is not good for her health to be distraught. Voila! Abortion on demand any time, any or no reason.

The freedom to kill the unborn baby at will at any time during the pregnancy is not the real issue, nor is contraception, they already have that plainly written in stone. The issue is the of absolute political power of women. Make damn sure nobody forgets who is boss.

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Mickey T September 24, 2012 at 13:22

When I say “not many ways to violate it”, I mean other than what is allowed to the states. But make no mistake, the fems and obama are working hard on something called Freedom Of Choice Act (FOCA) which, if passed, will render the states almost completely powerless. in the area of abortion.

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Darryl X September 25, 2012 at 04:08

@ Livingwell -

“I’m starting to become resigned to the idea that boomer women are going to vote us into a full-fledged feminist mess no matter what…”

They already did.

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Darryl X September 25, 2012 at 04:55

@ Amanda -

“How is not having kids a negative consequence to someone who doesn’t want kids? While I’ve never had an abortion, I would have, if I’d gotten pregnant in college or law school. Having kids at those times would have destroyed my life.”

Where to begin?

I had children at the ages of 20, 32, 34 and 40. It’s a lot easier raising kids when a parent is younger and has more energy.

There are fewer risks to both mother and child when the mother is younger (but not too young like within a couple years of menarchy).

Why would you have had an abortion? You don’t have the right to unilaterally decide to end a child’s life without consulting the father, especially when the father has no input about his financial contribution to the child if you chose to keep it. Most women with whom I am familar and who’ve had abortions eventually get to an age when they realize their crime and regret it horribly.

Having kids at that time would not have destroyed your life. It would have changed it. And probably for the better. Getting an abortion would have destroyed your child’s life. Typical feminist lack of empathy or sense or reason or logic or proportion.

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Darryl X September 25, 2012 at 05:06

@ Ode -

“Or perhaps has the college education standards sunken so low, they are now admiting people on the left hand side of the IQ bell curve into law school?”

Universities have lowered standards so they could admit more women and make more money. Yes, they have gone to the left hand side of the IQ bell curve to achieve these ends. And now to keep them in, they have reduced the standards of evidence for rape and sexual assault to satisfy women’s addiction to power and control. Basically, universities are like drug dealers to women, satisfying their addiction to power and control at the expense of the lives and livelihoods of men and destroying civilization along the way.

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Georice81 September 25, 2012 at 11:42

Women nowdays do not have a clue when it comes to politics. Politics for them is akin to a popularity contest in high school, voting for Student council or voting for Homecoming King and Queen. They don’t understand the issues nor care to. It really comes down to which candidate is hotter. I heard a radio broadcast woman in New Jersey say over the radio that she will not vote for a man she can’t see herself sleeping with. So for this reason she was going to vote for Clinton over Dole.

If one looks at the Presidential races since 1980 you can see the feminization of politics taking over. 1980 Reagan (hot) easily beat Carter (not that I am complaining over this one). 1984 Reagan (hot but older) beat Mondale. 1988 GHW Bush easily beat Dukakis(plain ugly). In 1992 Clinton (hot) beat GHW Bush. In 1996 Clinton (hot) beat Dole (old). In 2000 GW Bush did beat Gore barely(both equal in attraction). In 2004 GW Bush beat Kerry(looks like Lurge in the Adams Family). In 2008 Obama beat McCain(looks like a freaked out former POW from the Hanoi Hilton..because he was one).

My prediction is that in 2012 Romney (hot) will beat Obama.

As long as the Republicans continue putting old beaten down war heroes they will lose.

Whatever party puts the hottest dude as a candidate will win.

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JLK September 25, 2012 at 14:05

How is not having kids a negative consequence to someone who doesn’t want kids? While I’ve never had an abortion, I would have, if I’d gotten pregnant in college or law school. Having kids at those times would have destroyed my life.
-Amanda

Sounds like you would abandon your husband and children if they made you feel like you were destroying your life because of them being in it. I hope you are single and without children, for their sake not yours.

Rahna Reiko Rizzuot must be your hero!

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Manlyman September 26, 2012 at 05:37

OT- Check this out. The feminists are doubling down, but men are waking up! This article isvery positive, the comments more so:

http://blogs.windsorstar.com/2012/09/25/sexism-female-favoured-policy-change-at-community-legal-aid-stirs-outrage/

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Mickey T September 26, 2012 at 10:57

“Having kids at those times would have destroyed my life”

Then I guess it’s ok to destroy the life of someone you are at least half responsible for creating.

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Mickey T September 26, 2012 at 11:06

Women view the entire world, as well as it’s occupants (literally all men from garbage guy to President of the US), as something which exists to provide for their needs and desires. They are incapable of seeing the whole picture, which is what might be best for all, so they support what is best for themselves. To them, they are the whole picture. I realize there are men who mainly vote for what is best for themselves, but generally I believe the good of all does influence what most men do at the polls.

A women will let the whole thing (built by men)go down the shithole (obama, if reeelected, will almost certainly do too much more irrepairible damage to this country for us to recover from. As long as they keep their abortion rights etc, etc, etc, etc, with less restrictions and don’t have to pay $8.00 a month for contraception, all is well. They’ll never know what hit us.

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Gamerp4 September 27, 2012 at 14:12

Let me pack up my shit because whatever they want to do with “their” birth control pills I AM NOT GOING TO PAY A PENNY TO THESE BITCHES. dont take it sarcastically but i am done with these entitled minded bitch attitude of today’s women that think that just because they have a vajayjay they are entitled to free abortion, free birth controls, IF YOU DONT WANT KIDS FUCKING DONT SCREW PEOPLE AROUND BITCH.

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