Sunday, April 28, 2019

Black men are the problem

Today's black man is the world's biggest simp. Today yes but not always. Back in the late '80's he had it more together than his Caucasian counterparts. Especially with Mike Tyson and his break up with wife Robin Givens. The black men stated that Givens and other women were trying to take Tyson's money,correctly labeling them as "hoes" while their white counterparts were saying "He can't do that to the little lady. That's not right". Now fast forward to today. Things have shifted. Today black men are more likely to "high miss lady" while their white counterparts go MGTOW. The black word "ho" has been replaced by the white word "skank" and skank is used a lot. Don't deny it I see it everyday and it's pitiful when they either get shot down or ignored altogether. I even seen it politics. Today a young black woman,Candace Owens,is leading a pro-Trump black revolt against the Democratic Party. She is telling other black people especially black men to go against the Democrat slave plantation mentality. What she is saying is not knew. In fact a conservative black man,Jesse Lee Peterson,has been telling black people especially black men the same thing for decades. Peterson even operates a program to help men in these perilous times. All Owens does is talk. Yet Owens is heeded and Peterson ignored. Owens has yet to reach her 30th birthday while Peterson has been around prior to the civil rights movement. Peterson has more life experience than Owens has but because Owens is a young woman while Peterson is an older gentleman she is heard while he is ignored. This is going to continue until men stop letting women lead them around. In the United States and the rest of the anglosphere that means it will never end.

Thursday, April 18, 2019

A victim of Cardi B steps forward

Cardi B's drugging scandal just got worse. A man has come forward to claim that he was once drugged by Cardi B, and robbed. And a new hashtag has been created to highlight Cardi victimizing men- #SurvivingCardiB.

A man has come forward claiming that he was drugged by Cardi, then he was beaten and robbed by Cardi and her gang.

Before the alleged first victim came forward this morning, Cardi B was working overtime to thwart the pending 'drugging' scandal.

Yesterday Cardi was forced to speak out and defend herself against detractors who watched the Instagram video showing Bardi recalling that she drugged and robbed men when she worked as a stripper.

The scandal popped off this weekend, when a three-year-old video that was shared on social media over the weekend, Cardi, whose real name is Belcalis Almanzar, explained that she drugged men and then robbed them. Cardi claimed that she was "forced" to rob the men in order to make it in the music industry and secure studio time.

The rapper originally posted the video in response to someone who said she did not deserve her success. She said she would drug and rob men who wanted to have sex with her during her time as a stripper in New York.

The Grammy-winning rapper initially brushed off the social media backlash in separate tweets on Sunday and Monday.

But she addressed the controversy in a lengthy post on Tuesday and said that she has not glorified her past behavior or referred to it in her music because she is not proud of it.

"I made the choices I did at the time because I had very limited options," she said. "I was blessed to have been able to rise from that but so many women have not."


This is so fucked up

Warwick Crown Court Judge Sarah Buckingham

Judge tells banned drink-driver who caused massive crash: 'I'd have jailed you if you were a man'

Victoria Parry smashed into three cars and had to be pulled from her burning Fiat

A judge told a banned drink-driver who smashed into three other vehicles that she would have been jailed if she were a man.

Judge Sarah Buckingham said "alcoholic" Victoria Parry would have been "straight down the stairs" to prison had her sex been different.

The 30-year-old, who already had two previous convictions for drink-driving was dragged from her Fiat Stilo after the car caught fire following the pile-up on the A46 last May.

Victoria Parry was told she would have been jailed if she were a man.

Victoria Parry was told she would have been jailed if she were a man.
Judge faces probe after telling drink-driver: 'I'd have jailed you if you were a man'

Tests showed she was almost three times over the drink-drive limit, while Warwick Crown Court heard she had been drinking up to two bottles of wine a day.

Parry - left with a "considerable drink problem" after a 15-year abusive relationship - had also been banned from driving for three years in July 2015 for her second excess alcohol offence.

But - after calling the case "shocking" - the judge delayed sentencing Parry for three months after she admitted a charge of dangerous driving.

Judge furiously blasted after telling drink-driver: 'I'd have jailed you if you were a man'

And the judge said: “If Miss Parry was a man, there is no question it would have been straight down the stairs, because this is a shocking case of dangerous driving against a background of two previous convictions for excess alcohol.

“But this offence was committed in May 2018 and she has not been in trouble since. She has clearly got an alcohol problem. She is, whether she admits it or not, an alcoholic.”

The crash happened at around 6.50pm on May 23 after Parry overtook in the middle of the road in the face of oncoming traffic on the A46 Stratford by-pass.

She smashed into a van, a Vauxhall Insignia and wrote off a BMW.

Her Fiat then plunged down an embankment and burst into flames in woodland.

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Parry, of Grange Road, Bearley, Stratford-upon-Avon, told an off-duty police officer who rushed to help that she had drunk a bottle of wine and "shouldn't be driving", the court heard.

Tim Sapwell, prosecuting, said Parry was arrested, and when she took a breath test at the police station almost two hours later, the reading was only just under three times the legal limit.

Lucy Tapper, defending, said: “There is deep and genuine regret on her part.

“Having a crash presents its own consequences in terms of what you’ve done, and to have your car burst into flames is quite terrifying. She says she thought she was going to die.

“This has been a very salutary lesson to her. I would ask that she be spared immediate custody, if at all possible.”

Miss Tapper said Parry had been in an abusive relationship for 15 years, and for the last five years had found herself with a considerable drink problem.

“She was unable to tackle that after the first offence and after the second offence, but since this matter she has all but stopped drinking.”

Judge Buckingham remarked: “All but! So she hasn’t stopped.”

Miss Tapper said Parry had ‘got it under control,’ and was no longer drinking two bottles of wine a day, and was out of the relationship and in a job where she had stepped down from a management role but was now working her way back up.

The judge commented: “If Miss Parry was a man, there is no question it would have been straight down the stairs, because this is a shocking case of dangerous driving against a background of two previous convictions for excess alcohol.

“But this offence was committed in May 2018 and she has not been in trouble since. She has clearly got an alcohol problem. She is, whether she admits it or not, an alcoholic.”

Deferring sentence, Judge Buckingham told Parry: “You richly deserve an immediate custodial sentence of 18 months. I want to see whether you can really address the issues rather than paying lip service.”

Schoolboy hospitalised after violent hammer attack in Lightwoods Park, Bearwood

Parry was ordered to abstain from alcohol, attend meetings of a body such as Alcoholics Anonymous, and to pay for private counselling to tackle her alcohol problem.

The judge told her: “If you succeed, I will not make the custody immediate. If you don’t comply, I will conclude that you are not worthy of the chance.”


Saturday, April 6, 2019

Matriarchy goes after fair minded judge

New Jersey Superior Court Judge John F. Russo Jr. is facing a possible three-month suspension without pay for asking an alleged sexual assault victim whether she tried closing her legs to prevent the assault.

The Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct overseeing the case say he has violated the Code of Judicial Conduct with this line of questioning in addition to numerous other instances in recent years, the Washington Post reports.

In 2016, Russo was overseeing a case where a woman was seeking a restraining order against the father of her child, who she claims raped her and threatened her life. In the transcript from the hearing, Russo began a line of questioning by asking, “Do you know how to stop somebody from having intercourse with you?” According to the transcript, the judge had the woman list out ways to prevent an assault. She suggested attempting to physically harm her assailant, saying no, and running away. When asked if there was anything else she could have done, the woman responded, “That’s all I know.” To which, Russo asked, “Block your body parts? Close your legs? Call the police? Did you do any of those things?”

The committee found Russo’s line of questioning to be “unwarranted” and “egregious given the potential for those questions to re-victimize the plaintiff, who sought redress from the court under palpably difficult circumstances.” According to the committee’s report, Russo denied the woman’s request for a restraining order, citing her answers to his line of questioning as reason for his decision.

Russo stands by his line of questioning, saying that it was necessary to “demonstrate the element of force or coercion used during the assault.” He denies that the questions were inappropriate; however, the committee claims that Russo has agreed to not ask those types of questions in the future. In March 2018, Russo’s lawyer, David F. Corrigan, made a statement to the local NBC News station, saying, “Judge Russo looks forward to a public hearing in which he will be able to respond to the allegations against him.” This was right after the complaint was filed.

The committee's investigation into the matter includes interviews with Russo and two dozen other individuals. The recommendation for his suspension, a 45-page document, was released earlier this week. According to the New York Times, the New Jersey Supreme Court has set a hearing for July to determine what disciplinary actions will be taken.


Monday, April 1, 2019

Biden versus Kavanaugh

Now compare that video to this one:

Tell Sen. Patty Murray: 'Due process IS America'

From SAVE Services:

Tomorrow morning, the Senate HELP Committee will hold a hearing on "Addressing Campus Sexual Assault and Ensuring Student Safety and Rights."

In the past, Sen. Patty Murray, who is the highest ranking Democrat on the Committee, has often pushed the "one in five" fake statistic in order to justify the existence of the campus Kangaroo Courts.

Somehow, Murray has forgotten that all Americans, including college students, are guaranteed due process by the Constitution.

So please telephone Murray's office at (202) 224-2621. Tell her, "Due process IS America!"

Better yet, tell her to watch the attached video, "Due Process Goes to School:"

The SAVE Team

Or if you prefer to email her you can do that. The more of us she hears from the better.

Saturday, March 30, 2019

No more passes for Joe Biden

Democrat Lucy Flores was preparing to give one of her final stump speeches in a race for lieutenant governor in Nevada when she felt two hands on her shoulders. She froze. “Why is the vice-president of the United States touching me?” Flores wondered.

Flores recounts her experience with Joe Biden in a first-person essay for New York Magazine, describing an incident in 2014 where Biden came up behind her, leaned in, smelled her hair, and kissed the back of her head.

“Biden was the second-most powerful man in the country and, arguably, one of the most powerful men in the world. He was there to promote me as the right person for the lieutenant governor job. Instead, he made me feel uneasy, gross, and confused.”

New York Magazine reached out to a Biden spokesperson, who declined to comment. After the story ran, a Biden spokesman Bill Russo said the vice president and his staff do not recall the incident Flores described.

Flores’s experience isn’t unique. It is no secret in Washington that Biden has touched numerous women inappropriately in public. It’s just never been treated as a serious issue by the mainstream press.

Biden’s been caught on camera embracing a female reporter from behind and gripping her above her waist, just below her bust. At a swearing-in ceremony for Defense Secretary Ash Carter, Biden put his hands on the shoulders of Stephanie Carter, Carter’s wife, and then leaned in and whispered into her ear. (He’s whispered into many women’s ears.) He’s also touched women’s faces and necks during other photo ops. Once at a swearing-in ceremony for a US senator, he held the upper arm of the senator’s preteen daughter, leaned down and whispered into her ear, as she became visibly uncomfortable. Then he kissed the side of her forehead, a gesture that made the girl flinch.

It’s all out in the open. News outlets wrote about these incidents. But the stories ran under light-hearted headlines like, “Photo of famously friendly Joe Biden goes viral” or “Here’s Joe Biden being Joe Biden with Ash Carter’s wife” or “Joe Biden: Sex symbol?,” a piece that I edited and now regret.

Ideological media outlets did write some critical pieces during the Obama era. At the Federalist, Mollie Hemingway questioned whether liberals would tolerate the same conduct from a conservative. At Talking Points Memo, Alana Levinson criticized liberals for giving him a pass.

But, overall, Biden got a pass from the political media.

Times have changed. Reporters now would look twice at a new politician who is handsy on camera. They’d ask questions about it and likely look into his private conduct. And women like Flores are taking big risks and speaking out.

Biden avoided scrutiny in the past, but if he wants to be the next president he’ll face pressure to account for his actions.

Joe being Joe
The Onion satirized Biden in 2009 in a viral article that cemented Biden’s image of a lovable everyman.

Real Biden remembers his working-class Scranton roots. Onion Biden washes his Trans Am on the White House lawn. Real Biden is handsy with women. Onion Biden is a womanizer: ‘Hey, hot stuff, looking good,’ [Onion] Biden told a passing aide. ‘Would you know where I could get a little bucket and sponge action? My mean machine needs to be cleaned.’

The images bled together over the years into the persona of Uncle Joe. When he dropped an F-bomb on a live mic, it was a classic Joe moment. When he made one of his many gaffes, it got added to numerous lists written in good fun. And when he did kind of creepy things to women at public events, well, that was just Joe being Joe, too.

All of those frames made appealing pitches just a few years ago. Editors would be happy to get a “lovable Uncle Joe strikes again” story. The environment is not the same now. Certainly the media is not nearly perfect when it comes to covering gender and power. But in the era of #MeToo, there is far less appetite for a story that makes light of a candidate behaving badly toward women.

As Flores writes, this conduct matters. “I’m not suggesting that Biden broke any laws, but the transgressions that society deems minor (or doesn’t even see as transgressions) often feel considerable to the person on the receiving end. That imbalance of power and attention is the whole point — and the whole problem.”

This is especially true in a context where Biden will be running against several women as well as defending a decades-long record of policymaking that’s involved past positions at odds with current Democratic Party orthodoxy.

Biden once said a woman should not have the “sole right to say what should happen to her body”
Biden, 76, arrived in Washington at the age of 30. His substantial public record includes a mixed history on women’s issues, a legacy that makes his in-person conduct even more worthy of discussion.

Lisa Lerer unpacked his history on abortion for the New York Times, reporting that Biden, who is now pro-abortion rights, has not been a solid liberal on the issue for his whole career.

In the Reagan era, Biden voted for a bill in committee that the National Abortion Rights Action League called “the most devastating attack yet on abortion rights.” Biden, who is Catholic, said at the time: “I’m probably a victim, or a product, however you want to phrase it, of my background.” He called the decision “the single most difficult vote I’ve cast as a U.S. senator.”

Biden also held the opinion that the Supreme Court went “too far” in deciding Roe v. Wade. In an interview in 1974, he said he did not think a woman should have the “sole right to say what should happen to her body.”

Biden declined to speak with Lerer for her article, so we don’t know exactly how and why he evolved on Roe. A spokesperson for Biden did not respond to an email asking for comment.

In his years in Washington, though, Biden has voted for pro-abortion rights bills. He’s championed the Violence Against Women Act. And he’s spoken forcefully about the problem of sexual violence.

Democrats need to figure out whether they want to clean house
If Biden runs, he’ll occupy a lane in the Democratic primary as the “normal” candidate — a likable white guy who won’t lose it on Twitter, or pander to Russia, or throw children in cages at the border.

As Democrats grapple with the intense desire to beat Trump in 2020, many are anxious that a woman will have a tough time beating him because of sexist attitudes still held by some voters. Perhaps, the thinking goes, it’s better to go with the kind of leader that Americans are used to. Biden, who was in office for eight years under Obama, could fit that bill.

But Biden would still have to present a clear contrast to Trump. While Biden has not been accused of sexual assault (as Trump has a dozen times) and there are no tapes of Biden on the Internet joking about grabbing women by the genitals, there are tapes of Biden behaving inappropriately. One man’s behavior is far worse, but that doesn’t excuse the other.

Democrats are conflicted about what to do about this category of behavior. It’s not the same as what other men of the #MeToo movement have bee accused of, but it’s also not what liberals want to endorse. Sen. Al Franken’s resignation is still controversial for this reason. Some Democrats feel the party is putting itself at a disadvantage against Republicans, who let the president get away with far worse than any accusation Franken faced.

Flores confronts the issue of whether some bad behavior is okay, forcing us to consider what these seemingly small incidents are really like. “The vice-president of the United States of America had just touched me in an intimate way reserved for close friends, family, or romantic partners — and I felt powerless to do anything about it.”

The Democratic Party is more than half women. More women than ever in history ran as Democrats in the 2018 elections — and won. They outperformed their male peers. They were central to Democrats retaking the House. Women are leading the sustained resistance to Trump. The party should be committed to making sure that women and girls participate in government and politics to their fullest potential. The party needs them.

The question is whether the party needs a president who disrespects them.


This is the same media that gave Trump a bunch of bullshit about touching women inappropriately when he never did but looked the other way when Biden did the same thing. They've falsely accused numerous Republicans and/or conservatives of sexual harassment from Clarence Thomas to Brett Kavanaugh yet when Biden or Teddy Kennedy did it they were given a pass. As Reverend Jeremiah Wright has so famously stated "the chickens are coming home to roost". The Democrats have a conontrom because it is time for Joe Biden to do some reckoning. The democrat who has bullied everyday men for so long now has it thrusted in his face. Let's see how he handles it.