Under Sharia and/or simple "rules of Islam" it is forbidden to insult the prophet and criticising Islam is blasphemy. In a Christian (or other non-Islamic country) such rules wouldn't mean more than the dust on the street. If one is NOT a Muslim, such rules are non-binding since you haven't agreed to adhere to them.See, there is a difference between respecting someone's values and being subject to them. I don't eat pork. I don't expect that any and everyone around me not indulge. Just don't feed it to me. Same with alcohol. Not my business if you carry or imbibe (as long as you're not driving) but I have no place to make you change your behavior because I dislike it. If it bothers me that much I should not be hanging around you. My beliefs and taboos are my problem not yours. Sargon of Akkad understands: Essentially what these Muslims (and the lefties that support them) are doing is making us submit to Islam. Fuck that in it's entirety. 2) Sessions foolishness: I'm bothered by Sessions decision to double down on the entirely unconstitutional civil asset forfeiture. Citizens should never be subject to having their property (including money) seized by the state just because the state *thinks* (with whatever flimsy reasoning) you may have committed a crime. Cernovich makes this plain:
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
Two videos that say what I say. 1) Sharia Compliance. Earlier this year I wrote that the DNC is Sharia compliant:
Saturday, July 22, 2017
The shooting of Justine Ruszczyk by Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor stands out as a striking example of police criminal misconduct. I usually reserve judgement on these matters but the facts as known as of this writing are so damning that I cannot even see a jury finding reasonable doubt. In most of the other police shootings there have been a consistent case of lack of following directions on the part of the "victim". However; such a thing doesn't even exist in this case. Officer Noor took it upon himself to shoot across his partner into a person who he had not identified. This bears repeating. Noor and his partner had driven down an alley with their lights off, claiming that they wanted to be able to get the drop on whoever may be out there. When Justine appeared after a "loud bang", Noor, raised up his weapon and fired into Justine's abdomen. He did this by shooting across his partner. Noor had no idea who the person was. Justine is dead because she happened to be in view after a loud bang was heard. The level of incompetence that is required to shoot at an unknown target is criminal. That Noor is not current under arrest on charges of criminally negligent homicide speaks to the level of PC in that city. In South Carolina officer Slager was tossed on his ass and quickly charged for shooting a person who not only ran away from a lawful stop but who had assaulted officer Slager when he was caught. All the politicians and media jumped on Slager and condemned him, but these same outlets and politicians have not even half the outrage for this homicide. I have heard that Noor may have performed poorly during his training but was passed anyway. I have no idea if that claim is true. If it is though, then the city and perhaps state will be on the hook for letting an unqualified officer onto the streets.
One of the things I've consistently pointed out is that Euorope's problem is it's declining birth rate. This decline kicked off by feminism, which itself was kicked off by mechanization and modernization removed much of the incentives to reproduce. The more people are "independent" in their younger years, the less likely they are to consider what will happen in their older years. What is worse is that the growth of the state, based on various welfare programs depends upon steady revenue streams from taxation. Declining populations means declining revenue, which means govt. officials and their dependents cannot make money. Like any other organism that wishes not to die, governments will find some way to get paid, even if that means betraying the very people they are supposed to represent and look out for. Eventually government bodies and the agents that inhabit them no longer see themselves as those entrusted to serve their citizens, but to serve some ideology or some larger agenda. Their stations in government are merely that of an occupying or colonizing government. Keep the people in their charge in line and dispose of those who are potential problems. As a Pan-Africanist, I understand this quite well as such practices were honed in Africa for a long time. Check out the video below and see how the current migrant crises is a fake crisis and the clamp down on dissenting people will continue unabated.
Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Boyega in GQ:
It mattered that the face you saw belonged to John Boyega, son of Samson Adegboyega and Nigeria and Peckham. “There are no black people on Game of Thrones,” Boyega says. (To be fair, there are, like, three.) “You don't see one black person in Lord of the Rings.” (That is true.) And though Star Wars had featured a few black characters—Billy Dee Williams as a smuggler, Samuel L. Jackson as a peripheral Jedi—they were less represented in the galaxy than Ewoks. “I ain't paying money to always see one type of person on-screen,” says Boyega. “Because you see different people from different backgrounds, different cultures, every day. Even if you're a racist, you have to live with that. We can ruffle up some feathers.”Negroes always complaining about other people's fantasies. Carter G. Woodson on this [growing] phenomenon:
Considering his race as blank in achievement, then, he sets out to stimulate their imitation of others...the highly educated Negro often grows sour. He becomes too pessimistic to be a constructive force and usually develops into a chronic fault-finder or a complainant at the bar of public opinion... They do not realize, however, that even if the Negroes do successfully imitate the whites, nothing new has thereby been accomplished. You simply have a larger number of persons doing what others have been doing.Boyega's commentary, and he's not the first or alone, brought these words of Carter G. Woodson to mind because first and foremost Boyega acts as if Nollywood doesn't exist. He is Nigerian in origins yet he doesn't even contemplate going and working with Nigerian film makers to up their game, up their distribution, etc. No. Better to complain about what white people are doing. I enjoyed the Rings Trilogy, Have the DVD's and watch em whenever they show on TV. I don't care that there are no black people in any of the movies. I know for a fact that among the many people of Africa there are epic fantasy stories that could be brought to the screen (DT Niani's Sundiata comes immediately to mind). Yet Negroes are so stuck on white people and what they think white people should be doing for black people, that they cannot even fathom doing their own shit on their own dime.
Monday, July 17, 2017
Allure Magazine, no doubt infested by two faced feminists have an article in response to the "duh" study that showed that men prefer youthful (and relatively slim) women:
A study that didn't need to exist in the first place had results that will surprise no one, because that's the way things work these days. The study, published in PeerJ and titled "The relationship of female physical attractiveness to body fatness," aimed to examine exactly what the title suggests — how physically attractive women are to men (because heteronormativity) based on their "body fatness."Because heteronormativity.
The abstract to the study itself holds some real gems about the relationship between health and aesthetic, like this funny little quote, "Aspects of the female body may be attractive because they signal evolutionary fitness. Greater body fatness might reflect greater potential to survive famines, but individuals carrying larger fat stores may have poor health and lower fertility in non-famine conditions." That sounds less like something out of a scientific paper than something someone's insensitive grandmother would tell them, if she were strangely into Darwinism.I'm going to go out on a limb and say that the author has not ever read an actual scientific paper.
The participants were all shown 21 sample images of women with varying BMIs and asked to rate the attractiveness of their bodies. This is a bad and demeaning practice. BMI has been debunked as an indicator for health, and the procedure they chose to use reinforces a toxic paradigm we see so often today — rating women based on their attractiveness and nothing else, in a system where aesthetic is the only measure of worth. Though this is arguably the point of the study, normalization of things like this is also the reason we're in this mess.It's a bad practice for men to have opinions about what they like in a female body. Really. It is. it's demeaning too because having preferences that women don't agree with is always a bad thing. As for BMI. BMI can be misunderstood. by BMI I'm overweight. But much of my overweight is muscle and not fat (some of it is). So unless the woman in question is a body builder, it's likely that if her BMI says "overweight" that she is in fact fat. Not my problem. But here's the real kicker. Take look at a Google image search for Allure magazine:
Monday, July 10, 2017
BART: So on the one hand we have the fools in BLM claiming "black crime isn't a thing." On the other hand we have BART saying that black people commit so much of the crime caught on tape that they can't release it because....it would confirm stereotypes? Train A leaves station B headed north to station A traveling at 30MPH. Train B leaves station A headed south to station B traveling at 40MPH. Do these trains meet? What happens when the trains meet? Trains fall down go boom!
Saturday, July 08, 2017