Monday, December 1, 2014

Social Conditioning: Women Making Men Feminine

Social Conditioning: Women Making Men Feminine

SOCIAL CONDITIONING: a term used to describe, among other things, what the entire main stream media does to change men into women. It's so pernicious that men don't even realize that they use feminine terminology today, that they would never even think to use 50 years ago.

One of the most endemic masculine pitfalls men have faced since the rise of feminine social primacy has been the belief that their ready displays of emotional vulnerability will make men more desirable mates for women.

In an era when men are raised from birth to be “in touch with their feminine sides”, and in touch with their emotions, we get generations of men trying to ‘out-emote’ each other as a mating strategy.

Now, I am not a pickup artist, nor am I trying to teach men how to have casual sex, mainly because I don't believe in it, shocking I know, no one ever says that. But, I will point out a few things of how to destroy social conditioning.

Sunday, August 17, 2014

DEAR BLACK PEOPLE

DEAR BLACK PEOPLE,


time and again, it comes to my attention that you do things against your best interest. You purchase products from people, you know support the KKK or neonazis. And, when asked why you do it, you answer, it's just so good. You spend your money with people that literally spit in your face. And, when asked why you do it, you answer, because this is what all the cool kids are wearing, driving, eating.

You destroy your hair and scalp. And, when asked why, you answer, because my hair is more manageable now.

You live in an area that is dangerous for your children to go to school. Oh, I don't mean the hood. I mean you move to the suburbs where the police shoot your children and arrest them on any pretense. And, when asked why, you answer, this is the better area, and the schools teach my kids more. Meanwhile, your kid is being bullied by the entire class, including the teacher, and your child was found in the hospital with a severe concussion.

What's ironic is, you bend over backwards, to do what? You bend over backwards to assimilate yourself into white society, not american society, white society.

We have hispanic peole and asian people come here, and make zero effort to learn english. And, within 5 years, they surpass you in economics, finance, education, wealth, group wealth, personal wealth. They don't leave their hood, they turn it into what they want.

You're the only group that tells your children, get a good education and find a job. It's the mindset of a slave and you haven't been a slave for 100 years.

So what is the real problem with you? You have a problem. What is it? Why do you do this? I want to know.

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Trade between Russia and China may reach $200 billion before 2020

Trade between Russia and China may reach $200 billion before 2020


Russia-China trade may reach $200 billion earlier than 2020, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said on Monday.

"We have a task set by the leaders of Russia and China to raise the volume of our trade and economic relations to $200 billion by 2020," Rogozin said at a meeting of Russian and Chinese vice-premiers with governors and business circles from both countries at the first Russia-China EXPO that had opened in Harbin.

"But I believe that if we proceed at such high rates and develop large, primarily infrastructural projects to help unite energy of Russia and China, then we believe that this figure can be achieved before that time," Rogozin said.

Bulgaria president denies banking crisis

Bulgaria president denies banking crisis


Bulgaria's president denied on Sunday its banks were on the verge of collapse as six people were arrested for "spreading false information" about the health of the country's financial institutions, AFP reports.

"There is not a crisis in the banking sector. There is a crisis of confidence and a criminal attack," President Rossen Plevneliev said after announcing a declaration of support from Bulgaria's main political parties for central bank governor Ivan Iskrov.

Six people were arrested over the weekend for "spreading false information", the National Security Agency said.

Russia able to withstand EU's toughest sanctions scenario

Russia able to withstand EU's toughest sanctions scenario


Russia’s Economic Development Ministry has drafted three variants of forecasts of the country’s economic development in case sectorial sanctions are imposed against Moscow over the situation in Ukraine, Russian Economic Development Minister Alexei Ulyukayev said Saturday.

"We have developed three variants which differ by the degree of toughness. The first variant includes luxury articles, caviar, furs, the second one is tougher and the third one includes the entire complex - metals, fertilizers, oil, gas and so on, taking into account the factors of price and volume," Ulyukayev said.

Further sanctions against Russia may have negative impact on European banks

Further sanctions against Russia may have negative impact on European banks


Tightening of European sanctions against Russia may adversely affect activities of the Italian Bank Unicredit and the whole European banking sector, an adviser to the Italian Bank, member of the Board of Directors, Gianni Franco Papa said today in an interview with the German Handelsblatt newspaper

"We are waiting for an EU decision and will treat it with respect, but if the sanctions are tightened, of course, it will be a blow not only on our interests, but also on the whole of Europe. Russia is too important a market," he said.

Russia mulls restrictions on PayPal

Russia mulls restrictions on PayPal


The Russian lawmakers are mulling restrictions on foreign payment systems offering money transfer and transaction services on the Internet, the Moscow-based Izvestia newspaper reports.

The proposed restrictions may concern the US PayPal and London-based Webmoney payment systems.

PayPal received a license from Russia’s Central Bank last May.

A bill on changes to the existing legislation regulating the activity of online payment systems is currently being prepared by the State Duma Committee on Budget and Taxes.

Ukraine ready to sign package agreement on gas with Russia

Ukraine ready to sign package agreement on gas with Russia 


Ukraine is prepared to sign a package agreement on gas with Russia's Gazprom and to continue to work only in the framework of that agreement, Ukrainian Energy and Coal Minister Yuriy Prodan said.

"Ukraine is prepared to sign a so-called package agreement with Russia today on those proposals that the European Commission made at the last round of talks in Kiev, and to work only in the framework of this package agreement," Prodan said on his arrival in Brussels for talks with the European energy commissioner, Gunther Oettinger, Interfax reports.

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Putin forecasts Russia's GDP to grow higher than expected early in 2014

Putin forecasts Russia's GDP to grow higher than expected early in 2014


Russian President Vladimir Putin expects that Russia’s GDP growth would be higher than it was expected in 2014. "Last year, Russia’s GDP grew by not very much - 1.3%. This is slightly less than the year before, but still there was some growth. I think this year we will reach more significant figures than we predicted in the beginning of this year," Putin said at a meeting with Russian and Austrian business leaders in Vienna on Tuesday, reports Interfax.

"In general, rather good dynamics is being observed in the economy at the present time, he said.

US opposed to South Stream because of interest in supplying gas to Europe - Putin

US opposed to South Stream because of interest in supplying gas to Europe - Putin


The US is trying to disrupt Russia's gas pipeline project, South Stream, because it wants to supply gas to Europe itself. "We are in talks with our partners over contracts, not with third countries. That our US friends are unhappy about South Stream, well, they were unhappy in 1962 too, when the gas-for-pipe project with Germany began. Now they are unhappy again, nothing has changed, except the fact that they want to supply to the European market themselves," Putin stated.

"I can reassure you, it will not be cheaper than Russia's: piped gas is always cheaper than liquefied," the Russian president said.

On this issue, the US acts as Russia's rival, Putin said.

"This is a normal situation. They do everything to disrupt this contract. There is nothing unusual here. This is a normal competition. A competition which uses political methods among others," he said.