26 Oct 2016

Will ICC See Through JSIL's [Jewish State of Israel in the Levant] Sham Justice?

By Charlotte Silver: For decades, Israel’s crimes against Palestinians living under its military occupation were subject to little more oversight than that of public opinion. This may soon change, and Israel is putting on a show of applying the law in order to evade accountability.
Nearly two years ago, the Palestinian Authority, with non-member state status at the United Nations, ratified the Rome Statute, giving it access to the International Criminal Court.
With war crimes files now formally submitted, for the first time Israel may be held accountable outside its own courts, thus posing a test of the ICC’s mandate “to combat impunity and prevent the recurrence of violence.”

Information That Could Change The Course Of The US Election

Gerald Celente on Alex Jones.

25 Oct 2016

BDS Changed Its Goal Statement Once Again

By Gilad Atzmon: When the call for Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions of Israeli goods was established in 2005 in Ramallah its first demand was for Israel to:
 “End[ing] its occupation and colonization of all Arab lands and dismantl[ing] the Wall” (http://www.bdsmovement.net/call)
This call didn’t leave room for interpretation. Back in 2005, the BDS movement disputed the legitimacy of the Jewish State.
But in 2010, its primary goal was changed significantly into:
“Ending its occupation and colonization of all Arab lands occupied in June 1967 and dismantling the Wall.”
This change didn’t leave much room for a doubt. The BDS has become an instrument to legitimise the Jewish State within its pre 1967 borders.
There was no public record of the process that led to this change. And, as if to prove its deceptive nature, the change appeared only in English and has never been integrated into any of the official BDS publications in Arabic. It is likely that most Palestinians were not aware of the change made on their behalf by people who claim to be their ‘grassroots’ representatives.

By Cooperating With Washington On Syria Russia Walked Into A Trap

By Paul Craig Roberts: A month ago I wrote a column , “He Who Hesitates Is Lost—And Russia Hesitated.” http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2016/09/24/he-who-hesitates-is-lost-and-russia-hesitated-paul-craig-roberts/ The consequences of this hesitation are now apparent:
1. A UN report orchestrated by Washington has accused Syria and Russia of war crimes in Aleppo. According to the report, “indiscriminate airstrikes across the eastern part of the city by Government forces and their allies [Russia] are responsible for the overwhelming majority of civilian casualties. These violations constitute war crimes. And if knowingly committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against civilians, they constitute crimes against humanity.” http://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=20723&LangID=E
The UN Human Rights Council has now voted to start an “independent” investigation. The purpose of the investigation is to indict Russia and Putin as war criminals and to “bring to justice those responsible for the alleged abuses.” Moreover, “the situation should be urgently referred to the International Criminal Court. Every party to this conflict must know that they will be held accountable for the international crimes they commit – all, without selective protection or discrimination.” Keep in mind that Washington provides the largest share of the UN’s budget, and the UN will overlook that it was Washington that sent ISIS to Aleppo.

Detroit BT-1000 LSE Shoots A Gun At Her House As Her Kids Watch In Horror

"The full video of this woman acting a slap fool in front of the world for facebook likes and crap like that. Basically shows you everything I've said about black women." Said Tommy Sotomayor.

Global Warming Scam Exposed

By Michael Shedlock: When you are willing to pay for global warmingresearchthat has a predetermined outcome, all you do is open the door for fraud.
 Please consider Top University Passed Off Rivals’ Research to Bankroll Climate Change Agenda:

One of the world’s leading institutes for researching the impact of global warming has repeatedly claimed credit for work done by rivals – and used it to win millions from the taxpayer.

An investigation by The Mail on Sunday also reveals that when the Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy (CCCEP) made a bid for more Government funds, it claimed it was responsible for work that was published before the organisation even existed. Last night, our evidence was described by one leading professor whose work was misrepresented as ‘a clear case of fraud – using deception for financial gain’. The chairman of the CCCEP since 2008 has been [Left] Nick Stern, a renowned global advocate for drastic action to combat climate change.

On Friday, the CCCEP – based jointly at the London School of Economics and the University of Leeds – will host a gala at the Royal Society in London in the peer’s honour. Attended by experts and officials from around the world, it is to mark the tenth anniversary of the blockbuster Stern Review, a 700-page report on the economic impact of climate change. The review was commissioned by Tony Blair’s Government.

“The Rubin Report” Interviews Cassie Jaye On Feminism And Men’s Rights Activists (Part 1 Of 2)

By : “The Red Pill” director Cassie Jaye tells the world on “The Rubin Report” about feminism and the men’s rights movement. Hold on world, here is your wake-up call.

What The US Lame-Stream Media Is Not Covering

Max and Stacy continue their discussion of the WikiLeaks revelations about Hillary Clinton with a look at her statements on the Asia Pacific region. In the second half, Max interviews Dan Collins of TheChinaMoneyReport.com about the significance of the state visit to China by the Philippines’ president, Rodrigo Duterte, and whether or not Hillary Clinton can implement her planned aggressive military build-up in the Asia Pacific without the Philippines on board.

Palace Cinemas (Australia) Are Refusing To Screen ‘The Red Pill’, Following Feminist Pressure

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Our thanks to Tom, J4MB for this. If you haven’t already signed the online petition on the matter, you can do so here. It has attracted almost 1,900 signatures in just a day or two. If you have a few seconds more, then please join me in awarding Palace Cinemas a 1-star rating on their Facebook page, and maybe leave a comment too, for good measure. Thanks.

MGTOW - A Streamline Lifestyle

Golden Eagle-owl: Some considerations about lifestyle, and a couple of really cool solutions for any young man looking to downsize home-related expenditure.

24 Oct 2016

Achilles In Women’s Clothing: Tzetzes’s Allegorical Interpretation

: “For the most powerful and most Homeric queen” — so John Tzetzes in twelfth-century Byzantium dedicated a work to “Lady Irene of the Germans.” The description “most powerful and most Homeric” suggests enormous, terrible violence against men. Yet in Greek, which was the language of Byzantine intellectuals, Irene means “peace.” Tzetzes re-interpreted Homer to present strong, independent women rejecting the gender structure of violence against men and insisting that men’s lives matter.
Homer’s Iliad is commonly read with the understanding that men’s lives don’t matter. The Iliad describes horrendous violence against men:

Screams of men and cries of triumph breaking in one breath,
fighters killing, fighters killed, and the ground streamed blood.

the savage work went on, Achaeans and Trojans
mauling each other there like wolves, leaping,
hurtling into each other, man throttling man.

That day ranks of Trojans, ranks of Achaean fighters
sprawled there side-by-side, facedown in the dust. [1]

40 Feminist Female Labour MPs Demand Ban On Using Sexual History In Rape Cases Following Ched Evans Acquittal

Via Francis, J4MB: The story extracts:

Led by former interim Labour leader Harriet Harman and prominent feminist campaigner [left] Jess Phillips, the MPs write:
‘The verdict and events in this case sets a dangerous precedent that how a victim of rape, usually a woman, has behaved in the past can be taken as evidence of the way she behaved at the time of the alleged rape.
‘This will deter victims from disclosing their abuse and will reduce the number of victims presenting their cases to the police for fear of having their private lives investigated and scrutinised.’…
In April Mr Evans had his rape conviction quashed after his lawyers won a High Court appeal allowing fresh evidence of his accuser’s sexual history to be used as evidence.
The defence argued that accounts they from two men who said they had similar encounters with the woman around the time of the rape allegation proved that Mr Evans was right in saying the sex was consensual.
It was a rare example [my emphasis] of the alleged victim’s sexual past being allowed to be aired in court.