Sunday, 31 October 2010

Exploding the myth of the multiple orgasm through the exercise of logic

What is this multiple orgasm that some women claim to experience? They can *logically* only be experienced *consecutively* (and therefore *only singly* which negates the concept of its multiplicity) rather than *simultaneously*.

I think the multiple orgasm was thought up by sexologists wishing to drum up business from men and women made to feel inadequate because they have never been given nor ever received such a thing. 

I really think I should be given an award for my services to mankind.  Perhaps it will just be a matter of time before I will be recognised, lionised and listened to with greater attention and respect.

Why don't gay people get it that marriage is *not* for gay people?

Reverend Sharon Ferguson on Sunday R4 wants to mount a legal challenge so she can marry her lesbian lover.

Give them an inch and they'll take a mile.  Marriage is for people who can have children together, ie a man and a woman. It is not something for gay people with which to say they love each other publicly to annoy the rest of us. Why should the law be changed in response to their whims and turn marriage into something it is not? This is precisely why we should only tolerate homosexuality and never grant it equality.

This is precisely what the Koran does, by the way.   It tells states that a woman will get punished for committing lewd acts with women but sets the burden of proof so high - four witnesses would be required - that it is in practice impossible to get a conviction.  (Lesbian orgies whose participants are your four wives would also be OK.)

Professor Robert Winte­mute, of the law department at King’s College, London said that by banning gay couples from entering into civil marriage, and by banning heterosexual couples from entering civil partnerships, “the UK Govern­ment is discriminating on the grounds of sexual orientation, con­trary to the Human Rights Act.” Specifically, the bans violated Article 14 of the Act, which protects against discrimination; Article 12, which enshrines the right to marry; and Article 8, the right to respect for family life.  

What is marriage for? It is 

1.  an alliance between families
2.  a contract to bring up children of the marriage together
3.  about putting up and shutting up

This is not something for gay people surely, is it?

So why do they want to muscle in on something that is really just for husbands and wives who want to be fathers and mothers?

Why don't they just fuck off and leave marriage alone?

It is quite clear that it is now high time
for the Human Rights Act to be repealed.  Too bad Cameron and his cunts of convictionless Conservatism will never get round to doing it. 

Saturday, 30 October 2010

If someone is too good to be true, is he really too good to be true?

Just came across this ad in Private Eye No 1274, 29 October - 11 November 2010

MAN, 40s, seeks attractive woman with ticking body clock before time runs out for the both of us.  Your photo gets mine.

Am I being cynic if I think this man is too good to be true?

Just like this one in fact?

OPEN, attractive, warm, genuine, grounded, caring, no hidden agenda. Confident, yet with a hint shyness. I found David very easy to talk to,  make conversation, and he had  no problems with being open about his personal life.

Approx 6'2"+ish" masculine, solid build,attractive, lovely warm open smile, genuine eyes, he smiles with his eyes, it doesn't just come from the mouth. Very well presented, very nicely spoken, clean cut, wholesome looking in a traditional sense. Shoes, tan leather brogues, navy blue double breasted jacket, cream chinos, classic standards, traditional and values.

Born in X, to a traditional family, Father owned and ran a very successful paper-mill business. His mother remained at home until the children flew the nest, and became a magistrate. David is privately educated, university degree at Birmingham, Engineering degree. At 26 he took a position with an oil company, who he remained with, until approximately 1998, when he turned down a position to return to work in London, after a three year posting in Hong Kong, which he loved. He still has a  strong business connection with Hong Kong, an apartment, office address, yet does not intend to live there.

He has his own very successful business, in the field of jet-fuel technology systems - Shell is a client of his now. His work takes him all over the world, but he would like to reduce his business travel, and increase his personal travel experiences, with someone by his side. 

David has had a rich and interesting life, and comes across as being an interesting person, full of life, optimism, warmth and humor. I would say he would make an exceptional friend, loyal, trustworthy, with honesty and personal integrity rating highly with him. He also come across as being generous, and capable of expressing emotions, not afraid to share or give love to the right person.

Enjoy the outdoors a great deal, love walking, the countryside, peace and quiet away from the bustle of city life. But, NOT a frumpy-country bumpkin, he just adores and appreciates the style of life the country provides. He has a very beautiful large country house set in acres of grounds in Devon which he can't wait to share. He plays tennis, goes to the gym about 3 times a week, and has keen interest in most outdoor pursuits. Keen on rugby, and used to play. Going to take up shooting, clay pigeon to begin with.

  • He like animals, would like a dog, perhaps horses, and feel, that an animal, although, part of family life, should have a separate, ' sleeping area' as not in, upstairs, bedroom in the house. This is not set in stone, well, except, not allowed  in the bedroom, on the bed, if a partner wanted the pet to be more part of the domestic routine, perhaps a basket in a utility room next to a kitchen. The run of the downstairs, but kept in their own area at night.
  • He has a sound traditional belief in a supreme being, although not overtly religious. John doesn't attend church every month, but does enjoy evensong, and a nice supper afterwards on occasions. A partner would have similar ideas and values towards religion, and ideally be of C of E, but someone spiritual, would be fine. 
  • David likes female company, and has no problem with connecting, or dating women. But, does not feel sitting in a bar every night, in a hope to meet ' the one' is the way forward for him - nor would it produce the kind of lady he's looking for. 
  • David would like to see more of the USA, visit Canada, as you've not been to Canada yet. Africa, a Safari holiday, New Zealand, and France. Obviously other destinations would be welcomed with a partner. NOT package holidays though, nor a holiday based around just beach life.

  • Other interests - The opera, theatre, dining out, fine dining, the occasional film, but really prefers to interact with people, take an active part in conversation, opposed to sitting and watching.
She would be of a similar background, privately educated, or at very least grammar school, then on to university. Family background would be middle-upper middle, similar core values, traditional values, enjoy old-fashioned manners, having the door opened etc. Well spoken, intelligent, bright, warm, and easy to relate to. An attuned person emotionally, and able to sense situations where close communication is concerned within a relationship.

She would not necessarily need to be an intellectual, just bright, above average intelligence, with a sunny, open personality. Someone who sees the positive side to life opposed to the negative, looks for the good in people, is grounded no matter how accomplished she may be in her career. He is not be seeking a business woman who has spent most of her life climbing the success ladder, and THAT was all she could be, the business woman.

She would have to be able to kick off her shoes, at the same time as kicking off the days work, and enjoy being around a home environment. She would be someone would could talk in depth over a variety subjects, yet equally be a FUN person able to mix well socially at all levels. Between say 42-48 ideally - but flexibility to perhaps to 50.

Someone about 5'6" to 5''9" ish - FEMININE, slim to medium build, well presented, smart/casual, yet enjoy dressing up and socializing. He  prefers longer hair, to some of the very short hairstyles. A feminine woman, who is classy, classic, NOT frumpy though, just someone who knows how to dress, carry herself without designer labels. Happy in jeans, casuals or a little black dress and heels.

A N/Smoker a MUST, caring and open emotionally. Region is fairly open, providing NOT Scotland, ideally someone based around London, Oxfordshire/ Warwickshire/ berks/Hampshire/Wiltshire/Dorset - South of England. P
rofession is not important, as the person is far more important. It could be perhaps a female who has her own business, or is divorced with her own children, which he's open to.
David loves children, and would IF the situation was right have a family, but not just because it was the thing to do, as having children is not the goal. He wants a partner to share his life, be his soul-mate as finding someone to love is the main goal.
             Summary of David:
·         Age 47
·         Attractive and highly successful
·         Very well presented, friendly, open, able to open up and share intimacy
·         Genuine, with high standards and traditional values
·         Would like a stable relationship and fall in love
·         Confident, strong, independent, but not so independent unable to share
·         Enjoy the gym, dining out, the usual social pursuits
·         Would love travel with a partner
·         Come across, kind, loyal, trustworthy as a person, solid, dependable, reliable.
·         Out-going but in a stable quiet manner
·       Likes the finer things in life, but EQUALLY likes the simple.  Adores home life
  • Female 42- 48, but flexi on this
  • Slim/medium build
  • Feminine, sensitive and warm nature
  • Emotionally intelligent and attuned
  • Region completely open
  • A N/Smoker
  • Adventurous, confident, self motivated,
  • Kind, OPEN, ready for a relationship, genuine, honest, loving, romantic
  • Successful in her own way
  • FUN enjoys socializing
  • Lively, yet grounded, good sense of humor ( GSOH subjective ) NOT a joke teller, but more the way she views life.
  • Looking to fall in love, form a strong relationship long term, likes children/option to have children not vital though
  • Well presented, well spoken, articulate
  • Someone socially adept and interesting and INTERESTED in others
Someone who enjoys some of her own interests and hobbies, to share differences, take occasional separate holidays if she wants, but not on a regular basis. NOT separate living spaces though. She's looking to share her life as you are ultimately under the same roof.

I think he is a figment of the imagination of a romantic novelist.  What do you think?  

Wednesday, 27 October 2010

Lord chief justice calls for reform of family system

Lord chief justice calls for reform of family system

I sat in on a sharia court at Regent's Park Mosque once. Quick and clear, cheap and cheerful. A sharia judge never sits alone. Men and children would have their rights protected better under this system.

Children under 7 live with their mother.

Children over 7 live with their father so they don't get molested by mum's paedo boyfriends while allowing the divorced woman to find another husband without wheeling around her "baggage".

Makes sense to me.

Battlefield of Love is in Breach of Copyright, according to the "General Counsel" of Money Week

Below is a message I have dated 26/10 from Helen Hensperger, with the a very grand title viz "General Counsel". 

Dear Ms Khaw,

I act for MoneyWeek Limited, publisher of the MoneyWeek magazine and owner of copyright in the MoneyWeek magazine content.

It has come to our attention that you have posted MoneyWeek content on your blog. The content includes an extract from an article with Robin Angus and an image of Merryn Somerset Webb. This reproduction has occurred without our consent and is an infringement of our copyright.

Please confirm by return that you have removed the infringing content from your blog.

Yours sincerely,

Helen Hunsperger

General Counsel

MoneyWeek Limited

Listen, Ms Hunsperger, I don't think your boss Bill Bonner who writes from The Daily Reckoning will like the action you have taken.  Having read Finacial Reckoning Day, I have a feeling that he is a man of impeccably libertarian credentials and will understand that I am making a very important point with the purpose of alerting the powers that be that Western civilisation can only be saved if the matriarchy is destroyed.  (This is because all matriarchies descend into barbarism and then become third world countries to be exploited by others.  Feminism is pernicious because it lowers the quality of men while raising the expectations of the female to unrealistic levels.)

Also, I would wish to invoke the defence of public interest.

Public interest

Public interest does not appear in the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. However, the courts have said that, just as they will not stop publication of confidential information which is in the public interest, they would not prohibit the infringement of another’s copyright where the public interest in publication outweighed the private right of property. The defence is based on the idea that the public’s need to know should sometimes override the copyright owner’s right to restrict or prevent publication (and takes into account the right to freedom of expression explained above).

Permitted Acts under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988
Permitted acts include use of a work for:

  • Research or private study.
  • Criticism, review or reporting of current events provided it is fair dealing.
  • Incidental inclusion.
  • Things done for the purposes of instruction or examination.
  • Anthologies for educational use.
  • Copying by libraries and archives.
  • Anything done for the purposes of parliamentary or judicial proceedings.
  • Copying of material open to public inspection or on an official register.
Fair dealing

The fair use of another’s work for the purpose of criticism or review, or the reporting of current events, does not amount to an infringement of copyright. The originator of the work must be acknowledged in a criticism or review and in the print media’s news reporting, but not in the broadcast media.

Bill Bonner will also be speaking at The World Money Show on Friday 12 November from 9:25 am to 10 am.

A matriarchy is a society which is indulgent and tolerant of feminine vices.  The worst of feminine vices is promiscuity because it creates widespread illegitimacy and destroys the quality of future generations.

46% of babies born the UK are born out of wedlock.

70% of the UK prison population were singly-parented.

The failure of education in the West is largely due to the fact that the teaching profession is female-dominated.  Women, being infamous for their prevarication, masochism, mendacity, hypocrisy and cowardice, have seen to it that the failure of British state education is denied and constantly devise new ways of disguising the failure that is British education.

Being women, they are tolerant of the widespread illegitimacy and the consequences of unsocialised children badly parented by promiscuous and inadequate single mothers who enter state schools and spoil it for other children.

To criticise single motherhood in this day and age is to be guilty of heresy or blasphemy.  That is presumably why Ms Hensperger - who is part of the matriarchy she instinctively defends - wishes to suppress my views.

I do hope that she has gone all the way up to the top with regard to obtaining the approval of Bill Bonner with regard to the victimisation of such a longstanding reader of Money Week as yours truly.  He, being a member of the stronger sex, ought to have no problem with dealing with cold hard facts without instinctively wishing to suppress them by threatening legal action.  I am pretty certain that he would agree with my conclusions after careful consideration. 

My reference to Money Week could only have the effect of increasing its readership (and this can only be regarded as a Good Thing by the owner of this publication) by drawing the attention of others to this explosive debate.

Extremist Liberalism has now created the matriarchy - an ideological disease the equivalent of a society suffering from terminal cancer or senile dementia.

Tuesday, 26 October 2010

Emasculated Men's group pathetically protesting with push chairs

Read below this message to oppressed men who have been deprived of their children by the UK Family Courts and know how emasculated and enfeebled men have become.  They even look as if they deserve their abuse. 

They are advised to attend this march with empty pushchairs to make a point.  It is strange how it seems to escape them that they will be derided for the indignity of this protest, like being told to wear women's underwear in public.  

Men no longer have any idea of masculinity and even protest in the way women would. 

No, the only way to protest effectively about this state of affairs is to declare an official marriage strike and/or threaten to convert to Islam.  

There are obvious problems to this because they think so much in the short term that they won't do anything until it has happened to them and it is too late.  

And, to add insult to injury, they are being organised by woman in her 20s called Becky - their Policy and Information Officer. 

It will get nowhere of course.  The venue or time is not even mentioned in the message.  What real man would join this limp-dicked ragtag of a group who have their affairs organised by a woman with no particular distinction?  Pathetic, retarded and feeble.  

Of course, they are too scared to give me the job, because they have turned into women and, like women, who wallow in their victimhood but don't really want to do much about it, just want a good moan.  

Parents Matter 25 October at 17:59


 Dear All,

For the first time in it's 35 year history; Families Need Fathers is organising a march as above.

With the current Family Justice Review in train (in which we have played a major part and have sent in a substantial submission); for the first time in our lifetime, we have an outstanding chance to drag the Family Justice system from a 1950's model (mother stay at home- father go out and earn the bread- not much involvement with the kids) into a system fit for the 21st century where mothers and fathers play an equal role in the upbringing of their children. This is a reality in society today that the courts have so far refused to recognise; but through the efforts of FNF, F4J and the media are on the verge of having to recognise. The Family Justice System is broken...delay and unfairness is endemic as they cant cope with the workload- and this impacts very badly on the children of divorcing and separating parents.

This is our one chance to get the system changed and we are not going to let it slip by...the chance will not come again in our lifetime. This is the reason for the pull out all the stops possible to ensure that no stone is left unturned. IT IS THEREFORE VERY IMPORTANT THAT WE GET AS MANY PEOPLE ON THE GROUND AS POSSIBLE. There will be major press coverage and we need to make the maximum impression.

The idea of empty pushchairs has been pinched from the German Fathers movement who did a similar march last year. We thought it was a great idea!

It matters not a jot what your views on the Fathers movement are; we all know a friend or family member who has gone through the trauma of divorce. It will just be a fun day out with the possibility of a gig at the end from a youth Buddy Holly tribute band. So please help us to change the system!

Everyone now..the Government, the Judiciary, the Press recognise that Family Justice is broken in the UK and must change dramatically (We are 20 years behind Australia, Canada, Scandinavia and many US states particularly Florida, in how we deal with family breakdown: a sadly very familiar malaise in society today- we have to find a much better way of dealing with it: The Family Justice Review is our chance to get it right.

It matters not your age or circumstances: scroll down to see who Becky is bringing. She is our effective and very professional Policy and Information Officer. She is in her early 20's and only recently married with no children.

So PLEASE- attend with an empty pushchair (or even a full one!) if you possibly can- and please bring your friends and relatives with you for A FUN DAY OUT!

If you can't make it...or even if you can! Please pass this email on to your friends and relatives: That is the very least you can do for us!


Saturday, 23 October 2010

How chasing the female vote increased our taxes and the size of the state while reducing our liberties

Money Week, 22 October 2010 page 39
Merryn Somerset Webb's interview with Robin Angus of Personal Assets Trust

"We wonder if it is the case that you can trace inflation in the West back to universal suffrage.  Politicians promise what they think voters will want and women voters, being society's main carers, are most likely to be promised the things that most expand the state.  Historically, it has mattered more - or been perceived by politicians to  matter more - to women that they get help looking after the young, the sick and disabled, than it is has to the men who don't do so much of this work.

So what do you do to get the female vote?  You promise more schools and hospitals.  Then you  promise universal tertiary education, tax credits for everyone, free bus passes for the over-60s and subsidised nursery care.  And  the more unaffordable the state promises, the more likely it is to have to print money to pay for it - and the more likely inflation becomes.

So there is more a horrible possibility that, while it doesn't make it their fault (it remains the fault of over-promising, power-hungry politicians.

Friday, 22 October 2010

Parasitical Feminism: "Frailty, thy name is woman"

Why are women instinctively collectivist and men the opposite?

I think it is probably a lot to do with the parasitical nature of the human female.

They already know, deep down, that they are not the producers of wealth, but are, rather, the consumers of wealth, by their very nature.

Men are of course the hunter gatherers who must now compete against women - not the best of employees really because they get pregnant and are always whingeing about sex discrimination and suing their employers - in a legal system unfairly biased in favour of women.

Women and collectivists must be reminded again and again that no wealth will be produced for redistribution if we follow their insane policies.

Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Marriage Bureau for Alpha Males who want to protect themselves from gold diggers

I have often thought of starting a marriage bureau for men who want a wife but don't want to be ripped off. They would be alpha or alpha-ish males who would insist on a marriage contract and a wife who would agree, before courtship even began, to such a thing. I don't see why it wouldn't work, except that men these days seem a bit shy of discussing these things, because they have themselves become girls, and are either dithering about getting married or simply hoping for the best. 

I would have thought negotiating the contract would reveal much of each other's characters sooner rather than later, and all information is useful in deciding whether to go ahead with probably the most important contract of your life.

Monday, 18 October 2010

The feminisation and liberalisation of the Anglican Church and why it is Bad for Britain

The Anglican Church is a creature of the state. It was created by Henry VIII for the purpose of being a creature of the state. The state is now totalitarian feminist liberal, and so is the Anglican Church.

res ipsa loquitur.

Any self-respecting nation should have its own established official religion. The Anglican Church should be disestablished and an Anglican Islam established to fight the poison of demented feminism that is harming both men, women and the next generation.

I know this would please our future king Charles - a closet Muslim - enormously. Edward VII and Henry VIII as well as Charles were of course victims of Christian hypocrisy.

The Anglican Church attracts ambitious and strong-willed women but only feeble-willed and feeble-minded men fit for not much else, as listening to Bishop Goddard reveals.

Therein lies the problem of religion in this country. It too is a creature of the state reflecting liberal values that are antithetical to family values and which has led inevitably to the decline and the current degeneracy of the British nation.

Paul was quite right
that women should, like children, be seen but not heard in Church, or they will, in their madness and silliness, become fervent advocates of free love with the consequences that we are now suffering: widespread illegitimacy, declining standards of behaviour and education, family breakdown and national decline that are the result of over-indulgence of the feminine vices of prevarication, cowardice, hypocrisy, masochism, censoriousness, but worst of all, irrationality and denial of the truth.

We ought of course to remember the reason why Henry broke from Rome. He did so because he didn't want to be one who left a woman in charge of England. If only he had converted to Islam, then he would have managed to sire a son with one of his four wives, without worrying about whether the Pope would grant him an annulment.

It is surely time the dumping of Christianity is seriously considered, since no one, not even the clergy, really believes in family values or even the Trinity these days. All they do is wring their hands, wishing to wound but remaining afraid to strike - a typically female and dishonorable trait.

Secular Koranism would of course be perfect for this country, as it would enable the British to keep all Christian forms of worship (with the exception of the barbaric practice of the Eucharist and Communion, ie pretending to drink Christ's blood and pretending to eat his flesh) and all Christian music, provided that any reference to the Holy Trinity is excised.

Sermons could be based on the Bible with the additional option of using the Koran as supreme authority when the New Testament is too ambiguous and the Old Testament too harsh.

Tuesday, 12 October 2010

'Hating the boss is a disability'
"Some police officers on sick leave hate their bosses so much it should be considered a disability, an employment tribunal heard."

Surely this is conclusive proof that this country is suffering from matriarchal dementia?

Tuesday, 5 October 2010

"Sex, Porn and Teenagers" Radio 4

"Shag bands" are thin coloured rubber bracelets, indicating how far the wearer will go sexually if the band is broken.

Purple for a kiss or yellow for a hug may seem comparatively harmless but some of the other colours such as black for full intercourse or blue for oral sex ring alarm bells.

A Wakefield MP recently campaigned to stop shops selling them after complaints from parents including a mother who innocently bought some for her 6-year old's party bag. Elsewhere schools have banned "shag bands" after finding pupils wearing them.

Part of playground culture, they're often worn innocently or in a show of bravado but there is a darker side where early sexual exploration strays into the easily accessible world of internet porn. Where children once passed notes, they now use their mobile phones to share explicit images and there's peer pressure through social networking sites.

Presenter Miranda Sawyer, herself a mother, investigates whether society and parents are aware of just what their children are getting up to and asks how concerned should we be about the sexualisation of children in media, advertising and fashion such as sale of padded bras for pre-pubescent girls or sexual references on T shirts for primary-aged kids.

Even though teenage pregnancy rates are falling, Britain still has the highest rate in Western Europe. As many as 1 in 4 teenagers have underage sex with anecdotal evidence of sexual experimentation including anal sex to avoid pregnancy. However sex education is improving in schools and access to contraception and STI screening has never been better.

But there are concerns that unlike the 'dirty mags' of their parent's day, teenagers now access porn which can be addictive, desensitising and threatening to healthy relationships in the future.

Dunno about you, but I felt such a visceral sense of self-loathing to be part of a society where this sort of thing goes on, that I thought fleetingly of converting to Islam, if only as a gesture to dissociate myself from this filth, atheist though I am.  

"Whatever happened to the sisterhood?

Women will be hit disproportionately by the Budget cuts already announced by the government: A new study suggests that they will shoulder nearly three quarters of the burden, because they rely more on the state for benefits and are more likely to work in the public sector than men.

The state has reduced women's dependency on men, only to install itself as the new patriarch. If the state shrinks, it will be women who will feel the difference.

Is this what generations of feminists have fought for? Where is the sisterhood now, marching on the treasury?
In other words, 75% of women are welfare-dependent.

While many regard feminism as a complex and many splendoured thing, the facts would suggest that it is but a stinking rafflesia attracting nothing but promiscuity, confusion, misery, family breakdown, flies, decline and death.

Next time you are thinking of sticking your cock up the fanny of some slut and slapper who is giving it to you for free, perhaps visualising the rafflesia of feminism will make you think twice and hesitate, just a little. 

Maybe it is just morally less repugnant to be gay if you want lots of no-strings sex.  At least you won't get done for Child Support by that slut you knocked up.