Friday, July 17, 2015

Operation Jade Helm - groom civilians for Police State ops

Alex Jones was on this months ago - shocking grooming Operation Jade Helm begins in Southern U.S States today.  Now this is fully disclosed I expect a change in how this program is viewed and executed.  On the other hand the MSM will attempt to bury it.

In discussing this exercise with a pal of mine, he reminded me of an the 1964 movie "Seven Days in May" starring Kirk Douglas and Burt Lancaster that is about a Military Coup in America.

Furthermore Alex Jones correspondent John Whitehead explains a number of key terms to be aware of in the growing Police State apparatus we face.

Crass Obama supporter CodePink disrupts Republican Forum

Toxic Obama supporter Media Benjamin - self-styled leader of rad-feminist group CodePink - purposefully disrupted a Q&A forum where Republican Presidential hopeful - Sen. Lindsay Graham was speaking. After the mic was finally rested way from Media and Sen Graham graciously stating that in America such political disagreement is possible - the discussion continued.

Of course such a display would never have been allowed by the Obama camp

Tuesday, May 05, 2015

Alberta Attorney-General steps down over DV Charges

Last week a block buster announcement swept over the news during the Provincial Election Campaign.  The Provinces Attorney-General - Jonathon Denis - resigned from his post on Sat April 25 because he was due to appear in court over an un-specified charge.

All of this was news because the details were not spelled out and a publication ban was in place.  Even Premier Prentice - when asked about the resignation - would not provide any details except to claim it was a private matter.  Well during a Provincial Election Campaign that was not going to fly so it took the PC Party about a week to cut Denis lose.

After the publication ban was lifted, we all found-out that his former wife - Breanna Palmer - and he were having "marital problems" that led to her requesting an EPO (Emergency Protection Order) against him.

Here is Rebel.Media's excellent report on the issue.

Ivan Henry wins right to sue Crown for 27 yrs wrongful imprisonment

On Fri May 1, 2015 the Supreme Court ruled on the case of Ivan Henry wrongful imprisonment lawsuit.  He may proceed with suing the Crown prosecution for not disclosing many important facts that would have cast doubt on his sexual assault convictions in 1983.  The major question to be considered in this case was if this failure by the Crown prosecution was intentional and therefore malicious - or just negligent, incompetent or unintentional.

It is a point that has hamstrung many similar appeals in the past as the test for maliciousness is so high as to almost impossible to meet - given that one would practically require an email or video of the prosecution discussing, planning or knowingly executing ways to deny justice to the defendant. Of course such proof is virtually impossible to obtain without some very lucky breaks or terribly incompetent prosecutors (but one never knows how an opportunity will present itself).

This case is one on many that has been successfully brought forward over the years by the Canadian Association for the Wrongfully Convicted.

Wednesday, April 08, 2015

Memorable Quotes

François-Marie Arouet (November 211694 – May 301778), famous using his pen nameVoltaire, was a French writer, deist and philosopher.

One always speaks badly when one has nothing to say.
[On parle toujours mal quand on n'a rien à dire.]
"Commentaires sur Corneille, Oeuvres complètes de Voltaire (1827)."

It is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong.
[Il est dangereux d’avoir raison dans des choses où des hommes accrédités ont tort.]
"Catalogue pour la plupart des écrivains français qui ont paru dans Le Siècle de Louis XIV, pour servir à l'histoire littéraire de ce temps, Le Siècle de Louis XIV (1752)"

Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities.
[Il y a eu des gens qui ont dit autrefois: Vous croyez des choses incompréhensibles, contradictoires, impossibles, parce que nous vous l’avons ordonné; faites donc des choses injustes parce que nous vous l’ordonnons. Ces gens-là raisonnaient à merveille. Certainement qui est en droit de vous rendre absurde est en droit de vous rendre injuste. Si vous n’opposez point aux ordres de croire l’impossible l’intelligence que Dieu a mise dans votre esprit, vous ne devez point opposer aux ordres de malfaire la justice que Dieu a mise dans votre coeur. Une faculté de votre âme étant une fois tyrannisée, toutes les autres facultés doivent l’être également. Et c’est là ce qui a produit tous les crimes religieux dont la terre a été inondée.]

Formerly there were those who said: You believe things that are incomprehensible, inconsistent, impossible because we have commanded you to believe them; go then and do what is unjust because we command it. Such people show admirable reasoning.Truly, whoever is able to make you absurd is able to make you unjust. If the God-given understanding of your mind does not resist a demand to believe what is impossible, then you will not resist a demand to do wrong to that God-given sense of justice in your heart. As soon as one faculty of your soul has been dominated, other faculties will follow as well. And from this derives all those crimes of religion which have overrun the world.
"Questions sur les miracles (1765)"

It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere.
[Il est bien malaisé (puisqu’il faut enfin m’expliquer) d’ôter à des insensés des chaînes qu’ils révèrent.]  
"Le dîner du comte de Boulainvilliers (1767): Troisième Entretien."

If God did not exist, it would be necessary to invent him.
[Si Dieu n'existait pas, il faudrait l'inventer.]
"Épître à l'Auteur du Livre des Trois Imposteurs (10 November 1770)."

Virtue supposes liberty, as the carrying of a burden supposes active force. Under coercion there is no virtue, and without virtue there is no religion. Make a slave of me, and I shall be no better for it. Even the sovereign has no right to use coercion to lead men to religion, which by its nature supposes choice and liberty. My thought is no more subject to authority than is sickness or health.

[La vertu suppose la liberté, comme le transport d’un fardeau suppose la force active. Dans la contrainte point de vertu, et sans vertu point de religion. Rends-moi esclave, je n’en serai pas meilleur. Le souverain même n’a aucun droit d’employer la contrainte pour amener les hommes à la religion, qui suppose essentiellement choix et liberté. Ma pensée n’est pas plus soumise à l’autorité que la maladie ou la santé.]
"Canon Law: Ecclesiastical Ministry" (1771).

A revolution is an idea which has found its bayonets.
Napoleon Bonaparte.
"Journal of International Affairs, By Columbia University. School of International Affairs, 1976, pg 94."

Monday, March 30, 2015

Methods That Police Use on the Mentally Ill Are Madness

Via Carpe Diem blog at AEI:
Why do so many American cops believe that shooting a schizophrenic man dead for failing to drop a screwdriver is an acceptable outcome? In the disturbing and graphic video below, watch Dallas police officers use excessive deadly force to shoot and kill Jason Harrison, a black man with schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder, who was holding a small screwdriver. His mother has called the police for assistance getting her son Jason to the hospital because he was off his meds. Maybe they could have used a stun gun or pepper spray?

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Boyhood is not a Pathololgy

The key to this wonderful ode to boyhood is action.   I believe this is a core attribute of maleness - young or old.

Recently I read this article "Is the ‘Female Way of Learning’ Destroying Boyhood?" in which she identifies 1990 when feminist Carol Gilligan identified boys as defective girls who needed to be changed - that the beginning of the end for boys was neigh.

For millions of years, males have been perfecting the art of “maleness,” and this maleness was considered throughout historical time to be extremely valuable to the functioning and maintenance of society (Stolzer, 2005). What are we to do now that, for the first time in the history of humankind, we have defined these ancient and uniquely male traits as pathological? The answer is that we have constructed a myriad of disorders (i.e., behavioral disorders, learning disabilities, and so on) that are currently rampant in the education system and in many instances require that male children use pharmaceutical drugs in order to alter their behavioral patterns so that they will conform to the scripts set forth by their female constituents (Stolzer, 2005). Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry, Volume 10, Number 2, 2008
Taking that incidence to its conclusion is feminism - including this (supposed) story that also popped up in Feb - a feminist bragging how happy she was that she had aborted her boy fetus.
Last week social media jumped on the story of a woman who supposedly decided to have a late-term abortion specifically because she found out she was having a boy. Based on a near-anonymous comment posted on an Internet forum, the story is highly questionable at best. Nevertheless, both pro- and anti-abortion advocates pounced on the missive.
If true - this is proof that we are - literally - creating another gendercide.

It another article this mother notes:
True to their own biological nature the boys talked a bit less, but hugged twice as much. The simple reality of gender (one that we often tend to ignore) is that what boys don’t express verbally they express physically, emotions being at the top of the list.
Women can have a three hour in-depth conversation about an issue that would inspire a man to sit, listen, absorb and respond with a hug and a “I’m sorry.” Depending on the situation it can be enough to drive a woman nuts. We dig words. Quite often, a man’s words are in his deeds. 
It’s a biological communication gap that contemporary feminism, with its disregard for biological gender cues, tends to ignore far too often at the peril of both boys and girls.
Again - it is actions that are important - not words.

Therapist Tom Golden has made a point of studying the grief process of men - and written about it in "The Way Men Heal" and "Swallowed by a Snake"

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Freedom of Speech controversy erupts on a U.S campus

Last week I heard about this incident of a male student (Jerimiah True) being ejected from a University Humanities course by his Prof on account of his disruptive behavior over a debate about Rape/Sexual Assault in the U.S.

Here is image of student, Mr. True.  

And his Prof. Pancho Savery - at Reed University in Oregon.

True now says that despite Savery's strong support of Free Speech - he did not believe it what he debated but how he debated.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Children of Feminist Icons

I still recall reading about the shocking childhood of Rebecca Walker - who's mother Alice was a  prominent feminists icon & writer.

It would appear that this trend of child neglect/emotional abuse appears to be a recurring theme for Feminists and I point to AVFM contributor/commentator - Janet Bloomfield's article on the topic here.

A UK contemporary of US Abortion Movement founder Margaret Sangster was Marie Stopes. While not a strident advocate of abortions she was a strong supporter of birth control methods - and most controversially, Eugenics.  Her first marriage ended badly but by 1917 she had a son Harry - with second* husband Humphrey Roe in 1924.  Humphry Roe was a well known WW1 Flying Ace and Industrialist of A.V. Roe Aircraft - who were a primary supplier of aircraft to the UK Government in WW1.  Marie Stopes was also known to have a "strong personality" -which lead to the breaking of both husbands.  Her son - Harry - seems to have suffered continuously as a child from her feminist theories and general eccentricities.

This sad treatment continued even after Harry married Mary Eyre Wallis - daughter of noted engineer Barnes Wallis.  Marie did not favour this choice of bride as she feared that it introduced a genetic flaw of "nearsightedness" into their family line that would effect her grandchildren - and so she removed Harry from her will before her death in 1935.

Harry became an well-known advocate for the British Humanist Movement and indeed was still its Vice-President when he died in May 2014.

* Stope's first husband was rather surprisingly a Canadian Geneticist - Reginald Gates.