Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Politician Expresses Shock That Politicians Lie

In which a naïve Congressman expresses his shock that other politicians lie:

Once in the limelight, Stutzman reacted by sending mixed messages and then falling as silent as the Republican leaders. He elevated the controversy Thursday night, when he claimed that his support for the rule was obtained under false pretenses.

“Earlier today, I supported the rule because I was informed by leadership that the cromnibus was dead and a short-term CR would take its place,” Stutzman said in a Thursday-evening statement after National Review Online reported on the apparent deal. “I was very surprised and even more disappointed to see the cromnibus back on the floor.”

So let me get this straight: politicians are renown for being serial liars.  No matter what party they are a part of, most people generally agree that politicians lie.

And now we’re suppose to believe that this junior Congressman was lied to?

Here’s what probably really happened:

  • Stutzman knew what was going to happen and is now trying to cover his ass.
  • Stutzman is covering his ass.
  • Stutzman is really as stupid as he is passing himself off to be.

This is exactly why I cannot enter politics.  Besides the immoral things I would have to do, I would have to deal with scoundrels on a regular basis.  And while it might be a lot of fun to outmaneuver such men and women, it would also be exhausting for me and would not work in the long term.

If what Stutzman claims is true, though, then it is more proof that the Republican leadership is nothing more than controlled opposition for the communist Democratic party.

Monday, December 15, 2014

Female Scientist Blames Porn For Bad Dating Culture

So I read through this article last week, which highlights the Female Imperative beautifully:

Men who regularly watch pornography are more likely to depend on it to stay aroused but are less likely to enjoy sex with a real-life partner, a new study says.

The “media scripts” that men absorb when they view pornography can play a role in their sexual activities, said Arkansas psychologist Ana Bridges and other academics in New York and Virginia.

After studying 487 male college students, the researchers found that the more men used pornography, the more likely they were to try to act out the same scenes and rely on pornography-inspired fantasies to engage in sex.

I am not going to dispute the softcore science in this article because I don’t think the “science” was properly reported.  At best, I can only say that they had too small a sample and focused on a single group of men.

But I’m not a social softcore scientist.

Now, I’m not going to say that pornography is good and there is nothing wrong with it.  There is plenty of things that are wrong with it.  I consider my own past usage of pornography (mostly Lesbian porn) to be a vice that I need to overcome.  I make no excuses for it nor do I consider such behavior normal.

So, yes, I consider pornography to be damaging for men in how they relate to women.

But that is not the point of this article.  The point is to shame men.  Here’s why:

  • At no point were the effects of pornography on women ever even considered.  Women use pornography almost as much as men these days and I am certain that it damages their own relational attitudes toward men.
  • A woman’s primary vice is envy.  With that in mind, I consider the study, which was run by a female softcore scientist, to be based in envy.
  • The reasons for studying the effects of pornography on men is because women don’t like competition.  Within Western society, more and more men are finding themselves unable to relate to women because they are wasting their younger, attractive years on ALPHA (non-committed) men and leaving the stable BETAs for when they are about to hit the wall.  So more and more men are turning to porn because they are tired of dealing with women who are more interested in higher grade men for a quick fuck (I know, it’s crude, but it is reality).

I don’t like men turning to pornography either.  But just as a wife who withholds sex from her husband bears some responsibility for his porn viewing (note the some part of the sentence), women bear some responsibility for the rampant porn usage by men.

I am not asking for women to become pornstars with their partners and spouses.  I am not justifying men who demand that their ladies become their own private pornstars (although there is nothing wrong with asking for something more than missionary).  I am merely pointing out that the reality of dating only benefits 20% of all men, many of whom are only interested in a notch in their belt.  It also spoils women for their future husbands as the median number of past sexual partners for women before marriage is ~4, which increases the likelihood of divorce.

America is supposedly a Christian nation.  I know, many churches consider all other churches to be not true Christians, but you have to accept that 82% of Americans consider themselves to be a Christian.  With that in mind, we have to look at Biblical marriage, which is an institution for pursuing romantic love, not a social contract for monogamous dating.

But that won’t change any time soon.  We can blame pornography for men’s indifference to female attention all we want, but the fact is that dating has become the ALPHA’s game and most men are left with their dicks in their hands.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Dismantle the CIA

A couple of days ago, I tweeted the following:

I had long suspected that the CIA was an out of control agency with actors operating in spite of presidential executive orders and congressional oversight.  Gary Webb exposed their involvement in drug smuggling.  And now we have confirmed reports of torture that went beyond even what the Bush administration officially allowed.

It would have been one thing if the US government allowed torture of prisoners.  While we can debate the morality of it, if the government made it legal as a tactic to be used against prisoners of war to garner information, there would have been no problem.

But torture is not legal in the United States.  All agencies are forbidden from using torture against prisoners of all types, regardless of nationality or threat level.  This is a simple and indisputable fact.

Of course, the stated reason against torture is not a moral one, but a utilitarian one where torture does not produce good results in interrogation.  God forbid our government actually take a moral stance on something that is clearly immoral.  That would be the establishment of religion or some other nonsense.

Sarcasm aside, the simple fact is that the CIA was not supposed to use torture methods at all.  Even the Bush administration tried to call waterboarding and other torture techniques “enhanced interrogation techniques.”  It wasn’t until he left office that he said it was torture.  Talk about political spin.

But they were lying even to the Bush administration about what they were doing.  Behind the scenes, they were ritualistically torturing prisoners of war for what appears to be the sheer fun of it.  Seriously, I doubt you could get much more information from someone after waterboarding him 163 times.  At that point, it is merely an exercise in sadism.

What is worse is the fact that they were lying to the extent that they were.  The Bush administration and much of Congress had their back and they still lied to them.  Yet, in spite of this, nobody is being indicted for perjury, a very serious offense against Congress as Roger Clemens found.  Ironic that Congress cares more about lying about steroid use than about it’s own agencies lying to them about their day-to-day operations.

The fact is this: the CIA is a rogue agency that does not answer to Congressional oversight or Presidential authority.  They are a covert government unto themselves and routinely use their powers to commit horrendous crimes against humanity.  I would say that this latest escapade is a fairly recent phenomenon but it is not.  Look up the facts surrounding the MKUltra project, a program designed to traumatize children into become adults with multiple personalities disorder or Gary Webb’s report on CIA drug-running.

The entire agency needs to be dismantled, their top officials prosecuted for war crimes, and their assets, official or otherwise, need to be sold to pay down the national debt.  They do nothing to prevent wars and atrocities and instead engage in their own.  They are 7 times the sons of Hell than the people they target.

It is high time that the American people push to have them shut down completely.

Thursday, December 4, 2014

Police Can Murder and Get Praise

Read this and keep in mind that Peter King was in charge of the anti-terrorism committee in Congress:

While many lawmakers have been denouncing the Staten Island grand jury decision not to indict white police officer Daniel Pantaleo in the July chokehold death of an unarmed black man, Eric Garner, Rep. Peter King, R-New York, has been taking a different approach.

On Wednesday, King tweeted his gratitude to the jury for "doing justice" in their handling of the case.

"Thanks to SI grand jury for doing justice & not yielding to outside pressure," King tweeted. "Decision must be respected. Compassion for the Garner family. "

Later, he told Wolf Blitzer on CNN's "The Situation Room" that he feels "strongly" the police officer should not have been indicted, arguing that there is no way he could have known that Garner's health conditions would affect his ability to survive the chokehold.

"The police had no reason to know he was in serious condition," King said. "You had a 350-pound person who was resisting arrest. The police were trying to bring him down as quickly as possible. If he had not had asthma and a heart condition and was so obese, almost definitely he would not have died."

Peter King, by the way, is an Irish terrorist.  But here, he is acting as a police apologist.

The fact remains that the police officer used an illegal choke hold to subdue a man because he was fleeing from them.  His crime?

Untaxed cigarettes.

Yes, the police chased after a man because he was selling a tobacco product on the black market.  Not drugs.  Not explosives.  Not even guns.

Just a legal product that happens to be heavily taxed in New York City.

And here we have a Congressman supporting the police (big surprise) and applauding the fact that the police officer used an illegal technique to restrain a suspect.

The Bible says what the police officer did was murder.  But the government says that it isn’t murder if the police are involved.

And so does Congress.  At least they are consistent.

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