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Something to ponder.....

In the 60's, people took LSD to make the world look weird.  Now that the world IS so weird, people take Prozac to make it look normal. “

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The difference between the left and the right as explained in the bible.

 

...Ecclesiastes 10:2

 

“ The heart of the wise inclines to the right, but the heart of the fool to the left.”
 

 

 

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The above is from verified Twitter of the woman's March group April 7, 2018.  You can't make this up. #uneffinreal

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We are too much accustomed to attribute to a single cause that which is the product of several, and the majority of our controversies come from that. Marcus Aurelius....

History weeps for students that reject her teachings. OK, that ones mine....

 

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A social justice warrior. ( aka Liberal / Left )  trying to capitalize on the Saskatchewan tragedy. SICK

 

” I'm trying to not get cynical about what is a totally devastating tragedy but the maleness, the youthfulness and the whiteness of the victims are, of course, playing a significant role.”

 

http://torontosun.com/news/national/batra-social-justice-warrior-misses-the-boat-on-humboldt

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The notion of white privilege as a source of “violence” is a uniquely white perspective and it’s a perspective born from lack of perspective. Most violence (world wide) is regional, ethnic, tribal or religious, it’s mostly brown on brown. Blonde chicks, from liberal universities, would find 6 months in Africa a perspective shattering experience.

Now, before ya get all uppity about my reference to “blonde chicks” here’s a POP quiz. You just pulled into a remote village in South Sudan and hear a generator running. After giving a new soccer ball (a gift from your church back home) to the attendant horde of kids, you see that it’s plugged into a fridge. What’s in the fridge?

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20 minutes ago, Wolfhunter said:

The notion of white privilege as a source of “violence” is a uniquely white perspective and it’s a perspective born from lack of perspective Most violence (world wide) is regional, ethnic, tribal and religious, it’s mostly brown on brown. Blonde chicks, from liberal universities, would find 6 months in Africa a perspective shattering experience.

Now, before ya get all uppity about my reference to “blonde chicks” here’s a POP quiz. You just pulled into a remote village in South Sudan and hear a generator running. After giving a new soccer ball to the attendant horde of kids, you see that it’s plugged into a fridge. What’s in the fridge?

Well since you said the South Sudan, it might just be Doctors without borders and the fridge contains medical supplies.

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You might hope... but no. No Doctors, no medicine, no police, no courts, no justice...the concept of nothing can be hard to fathom eh? Kid ya not, the answer is beer. Now, imagine the blonde chick explaining her perspective to village elders... And then, imagine returning to Canada (from almost any deployment) and the colour green being an assault on the senses. That first trip to the produce section at Super Store will make you dizzy. It's was always my first stop... it became a ritual. Perspective is everything.

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1 hour ago, Wolfhunter said:

You might hope... but no. No Doctors, no medicine, no police, no courts, no justice...the concept of nothing can be hard to fathom eh? Kid ya not, the answer is beer. Now, imagine the blonde chick explaining her perspective to village elders... And then, imagine returning to Canada (from almost any deployment) and the colour green being an assault on the senses. That first trip to the produce section at Super Store will make you dizzy. It's was always my first stop... it became a ritual. Perspective is everything.

So has "MSF" pulled out?

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Don’t know for sure, but I certainly doubt it. They have been there a long time and are a relentless, unstoppable force for good…  hats off to them. Not enough to go around though.

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Mindless idiots!

I suppose fools ought to be able to destroy a child's life before it even begins without attracting abuse charges?

  

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Sorry, Liberal Media, But You Own Michelle Wolf !

 

Michelle Wolf is not the first so-called comic to maliciously insult conservatives and Republicans at a White House Correspondents' Association dinner, but she was intentionally mean-spirited, and even after the blowback, she's unrepentant.

Members of the liberal mainstream media have expressed disapproval over some of Wolf's comments, saying she went too far. But I'm not buying it. This is what passes as liberal humor these days. Just watch Jimmy Kimmel, Bill Maher and Stephen Colbert and tell me their humor is less malevolent.

But hold on, you say. There's a difference between late-night TV and a formal dinner pregnant with self-important dignitaries of the Washington press corps. Perhaps, but the point is there is a receptive constituency for this kind of bile. The organization had to have known what to expect from Wolf, and she admits she was just being herself that night. "If you've seen any of my comedy, you know that I don't — I'm not (nice)," said Wolf. "I don't pull punches. I'm not afraid to talk about things."

Revealingly, comedian Tina Fey said, "When you invite a comedian into that place, where that tone is set, they're going to give it to you straight, and I think that's pretty much what she did." Whoa! In one line, Fey defends Wolf's nastiness, confirms that the association should have known what it was getting with her and fixes her stamp of approval on Wolf's calling White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders a liar.

The unapologetic Wolf, however, denies she was ridiculing Sanders' looks. But in her indignant denial, she admitted something just as damning: "I think if you listen to the joke, you'll understand that it's about the fact that she lies, and if it's taken another way, I think you should go back and listen to it again."

Oh, OK, Michelle. You are not a bad guy after all. You only vaguely hinted at Sanders' appearance, but you admittedly called her a liar outright — right to her face in front of a large crowd present in the room and an exponentially larger one watching on television. Now that's virtuous. Bless you, you crusader for truth and all that is good and decent.

It is shocking that anyone would think her disparaging slander was funny. But it is not surprising that she would assume that calling Sanders a liar would be well-received or socially acceptable. This is the way far too many leftists think these days. How else do you explain the popularity of their comedians who routinely traffic in this bilge?

Indeed, no one really cares what Wolf thinks. If she had made these remarks in a smoky nightclub, who would know or care? It's what it says about the left that makes it newsworthy.

Based on my own interactions with people of this mindset, I think many of them are so consumed with their contempt for conservatives — and especially President Donald Trump — they believe that almost anything goes if it advances the cause of denigrating them.

 

Their thinking seems to be that conservatives and Trump are so evil that ordinary rules of decorum can be suspended to speak "truth to power" — as if they're not themselves powerful and as if they are speaking truth. (See Tina Fey's comments, above.) It's the same thought process driving their rationalization that free speech can be denied to conservatives who express ideas they find repugnant. With every passing year, leftists gain more recruits to serve alongside them as mini-ministers of truth. The level of self-deceit they possess that twists their minds and darkens their sensitivities is alarming, and it's getting worse.

I assume that many of you will think I am hyperventilating or exaggerating — blowing this way out of proportion and making unwarranted generalities.

I understand you believe that, but I've witnessed this growing hostility on the left for years, which leads even mainstream liberals to reflexively brand conservatives as racists, sexists and homophobes simply by virtue of their conservatism. You can't oppose illegal immigration or criticize Barack Obama on policy without being called a racist. The smear has worked, which I dare say is why such a disproportionate percentage of minorities vote Democratic when Republican policies benefit them more — and why Democrats are losing their minds over Kanye West's praise of Trump and his assertion that African-Americans should be free to think for themselves and not be pressured into identity groupthink.

 

I could cite examples all day of liberals condemning conservatives as evil because of their political views and consequently justifying their mistreatment. Jon Favreau, a former speechwriter for Obama, snidely defended Wolf's remarks, mocking complaints about her tone and civility. He was not alone; all kinds of leftist figures defended Wolf, as you can verify with a quick Google search.

Actor Robert De Niro doubled down on Wolf's invective, not only defending her but also castigating the White House Correspondents' Association for distancing itself from her. "Shame on them! Stand up and strap on your balls and deal," said De Niro. De Niro justified Wolf's vitriol because Trump and Sanders and company are "liars and bullies." What did I tell you? Anything goes as long as you're attacking evil conservatives.

ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel, hardly an outlier on the left, took to Twitter to chide the media for not defending Wolf, who "was FUNNY."

 

Wolf put the elite leftist media in a box when she so openly attacked a woman in public while they were conspicuously present, but this is how far too many of them think, and this is why they invited her to the event and why they invited the equally offensive Wanda Sykes and Stephen Colbert in the past. Please spare us the feigned disapproval, guys. This is what you do.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.dailywire.com/news/30296/limbaugh-sorry-liberal-media-you-own-michelle-wolf-david-limbaugh

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4 minutes ago, Fido said:

This was not comedy

It was vitriol from the scum of the earth

And just imagine if  "Male" comedian had made those remarks?

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7 hours ago, Fido said:

This was not comedy

It was vitriol from the scum of the earth

No, it isn't vitriol from the scum of the earth.

Conservatives inciting violence saying liberals should be 'shot like rabid coyotes' is vitriol from the scum of the earth.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUwUZ9fDfv4

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You follow Cenk and the young turks?

That wacko is a rabid coyote himself.

I didn't see Nugent's comment Deicer, but if he did make that statement, it should be taken as a sign that people are reaching the limit of tolerance for all the purely stupid left wing antics and an indicator the second US civil war isn't all that far away.

 

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This man just gives me the shivers....

Moviemaker Michael Moore wishes Karl Marx a happy 200th birthday

” Happy 200th Birthday Karl Marx! You believed that everyone should have a seat at the table & that the greed of the rich would eventually bring us all down. You believed that everyone deserves a slice of the pie. You knew that the super wealthy were out to grab whatever they could “

 

“ The multimillionaire, who’s made his wealth from the capitalist market, seemed to reference unsourced polls that showed that “the majority of American youth and young adults prefer socialism over capitalism.”

 

 

http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2018/05/05/moviemaker-michael-moore-wishes-karl-marx-happy-200th-birthday.html

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33 minutes ago, DEFCON said:

You follow Cenk and the young turks?

That wacko is a rabid coyote himself.

I didn't see Nugent's comment Deicer, but if he did make that statement, it should be taken as a sign that people are reaching the limit of tolerance for all the purely stupid left wing antics and an indicator the second US civil war isn't all that far away.

 

If you watched it, or even google the fact, it has Nugent saying it.  You can't make this stuff up.

So if it is O.K. for the right to incite violence, yet get's upset at a comedienne making off colour jokes, it just shows who the real snowflakes are.

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Nothing about violence is OK Deicer, but it is going to be the inevitable consequence of the Left's never ending crappy behaviour.

Take the Michael moore claptrap above for example.

The man's work product is an embellishment of fact and truth. He is a double-talker like Suzuki that supports himself by preying off people that can't think for themselves; he is a rabid coyote.

The wheels are starting to come off the cart now. You ought to be proud of your continuing contribution to the cause that will bring the dream to a predictable end.

 

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France may set age of consent at 13 after man acquitted of raping 11yo

 

The French government is considering setting the minimum age for sexual consent following a controversial decision by a jury to spare a man accused of raping an 11-year-old girl. The verdict has sparked a public outcry and calls to revise the law.

The bill, if adopted, will set a benchmark in French law on sexual violence, as it will for the first time define the age limit under which any sexual intercourse with a minor is legally considered rape.

“The question of the age below which the minor’s consent is presumed not to exist is crucial, because there are obviously extremely shocking and unacceptable situations,” French Justice Minister Nicole Belloubet said, as cited by RTL radio.

Regarding the age of consent, Belloubet said that the age of 13 “is worth considering,” while noting that the final decision in each case should lie within the discretion of the judges.

Marlene Schiappa, a junior minister for gender equality, argues that it should lie somewhere between 13 and 15 years.

“Below a certain age, it is considered that there can be no debate on the sexual consent of a child, and that any child below a certain age would automatically be considered to be raped or sexually assaulted,” Schiappa told BMF TV.

The need to amend the law was brought to light by the jury verdict in the case of a 30-year-old man who, back in 2009, allegedly lured an 11-year-old girl into a sexual relationship. Last week, the man, a Cape Verdean native, was tried by a jury court and acquitted after prosecutors, who were seeking eight years in jail for the defendant, failed to prove that the sex was non-consensual.

READ MORE: 'You get drunk & go off with North African’: Italian priest blames victim for rape

Under current French law, only sexual acts committed with the use of “violence, coercion, threat or surprise” are considered to be rape, regardless of the victim's age. Penalties are tougher if the victim is under the age of 15, but there is no minimum age of consent.

Following the encounter, the girl, who is of Congolese descent, became pregnant and subsequently gave birth to a baby which her family decided to place in foster care out of fear of being condemned in the community. The family took the case to court, but only years later.

It is the second case in less than two months that came under the media spotlight for what is viewed by some as a verdict too lenient for a suspect accused of sexually assaulting a minor. In late September, an 11-year-old girl reportedly followed a 28-year-old man into his flat north of Paris, where they repeatedly engaged in sexual acts. The girl’s mother said that her daughter was devastated by what happened to her, but was unable to put up any resistance as she was numb from shock.

Despite her mother’s claims that the 11-year-old was unable to defend herself, the prosecutors dropped the charges of rape and charged the perpetrator with sexual assault of a minor below the age of 15 instead, brushing off the girl’s legal team’s arguments that she was unable to surmise what was going on.

The French Criminal Code envisages a punishment of up to five years of incarceration for sexual offenses. For rape, offenders face a much harsher penalty of 15 years behind bars if the victim is 15 or older, and up to 20 years if the victim is a minor under 15.

 

 

 

 

https://www.rt.com/news/409794-france-consent-age-introduce/

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