Maybe he smells a relative on the keyboard?
The following video is from November 16th, 2012 in San Francisco. Here we see the rally winding down, so to speak, but the hate speech is alive and well. The crowd is now mostly comprised of “youths” who have stolen an Israeli flag and are desecrating it with bloodlust.
At the end, you will note the familiar “Fuck you Jew,” rant by the person who assaulted the pro-Israel demonstrator holding the video camera.
For those who have never attended such a rally before - this sort of blatant prejudice is COMMON PLACE for San Francisco. It is not an exception.
Today-Angeles National Forest, San Bernardino county. It was 40 degrees, at about 8000 feet. The clouds that were slowly drifting through had that rare cottony texture that almost never happens at low altitudes. In a few weeks there will be feet of snow and lots of skiers / snowboarders. I got a little lucky given the prevailing clouds but only about 20 minutes of decent light. You can see in the top shot how thick it was after it closed back in. The digital camera was set to monochrome, and tweaked for high contrast with a red filter as applied by the in camera processor.
Added as I finally got it to where I wanted it. Cropped and toned like a selenium print. If your monitor is well calibrated you will se a slight blue/gray tint.
This is the story of a movie reviewer who worked for a Buffalo newspaper. The paper was sold. Over time the paper slowly devolved to the point where the owner refused to publish any reviews of movies that dared to portray females as being more capable than men.
I don’t want to publish reviews of films where women are alpha and men are beta.
where women are heroes and villains and men are just lesser versions or shadows of females.
i believe in manliness.
not even on the web would i want to attach my name to snow white and the huntsman except to deconstruct its moral rot and its appeal to unmanly perfidious creeps.
i’m not sure what headhunter has to offer either but of what I read about it it sounds kind of creepy and morally repugnant.
with all the publications in the world who glorify what i find offensive, it should not be hard for you to publish your reviews with any number of these.
they seem to like critiques from an artistic standpoint without a word about the moral turpitude seeping into the consciousness of young people who go to watch such things as snow white and get indoctrinated to the hollywood agenda of glorifying degenerate power women and promoting as natural the weakling, hyena -like men, cum eunuchs.
the male as lesser in courage strength and power than the female.
it may be ok for some but it is not my kind of manliness.
If you care to write reviews where men act like good strong men and have a heroic inspiring influence on young people to build up their character (if there are such movies being made) i will be glad to publish these.
i am not interested in supporting the reversing of traditional gender roles.
i don’t want to associate the Niagara Falls Reporter with the trash of Hollywood and their ilk.
it is my opinion that hollywood has robbed america of its manliness and made us a nation of eunuchs who lacking all manliness welcome in the coming police state.
Manly manliness. Coming police state. Please read the whole thing.
When President Obama becomes the first sitting U.S. president to visit Myanmar Monday, the Burmese public will hear him congratulate the former pariah state “on having opened the door to a country that respects human rights and respects political freedom,” he said during a press conference today. “But what they’ll also hear is that the country has a long way to go.”
Mr. Obama’s unprecedented stop through the nation - also called Burma - during his Southeast Asia trip has angered some human rights activists who believe the country should prove it has truly moved on from its years of brutal military rule before a sitting president pays it a visit. But Mr. Obama argued during today’s press conference in Thailand that Myanmar’s steps toward democratization deserve acknowledgement.
Obama: Myanmar visit “not an endorsement of the Burmese government”
The visit “is not an endorsement of the Burmese government,” the president pointed out, but “an acknowledgement that there’s a process underway inside that country that even a year and a half, two years ago, nobody foresaw.”
Israel’s outsized image on the world stage and in front-page media coverage can obscure the reality of its tiny physical size and the vulnerability of its citizenry. Gaza rocket fire doesn’t affect only a distant corner of the nation — but nearly half the populace is in range. An IDF comparison to the US, Britain and France underscores what would be a relative threat in those nations.