I cannot help but think that the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral, which occurred at 6.20pm on Monday the 15th of April, was, to some degree, a set-up. The following will put forward to you a series of questions to consider about this event: asking questions as to why this tragedy may have happened; or, rather, how this accidental tragedy can be used to the advantage of those whose interests are not in the nation’s heritage, culture and peoples of France.
Everyone knows the bubble-gum pop songs about a cute girl saw one night or being alone with a lover, walking along a beach or on a midnight-drive, sung by those teenage heart-throbs; a very standard, catchy tune, fronted by a band of sweet young men, baring teethy-grins to the camera, their faces scrunched up like small children. The young girls “aww’ing” them, loving them, lusting them.
Two days ago, on the 18th of June 20 year-old rapper, XXXtenacion (Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy) was shot in Miami, Florida.
Many are mourning his death, strangely, many who not too long ago disliked this man due his race-baiting video “Look at Me!” and the series of crimes he committed, which were mostly domestic abuse and one against a pregnant woman. When it comes down to it, the man was a thug, plain and simple, his song “SAD!”should not mean his heinous crimes be ignored or cast away.
Here, I will link to my article I wrote last September highlighting these crimes and discussing his music video to “Look at Me!”
Society is unfair to women, at least in its current state, the post-modernist state in which we tell women that they can do and be anything that they want, that society puts no real restraints on women and, for the millennial, this is how they have been raised in school.
This is my first YouTube video of me talking about what I do in my writing on here. The video here is about the near cancelled Remembrance Day Celebrations in Britain this year. Thankfully the amount of backlash they had meant that there was no cancellation to the celebrations.
I did agree with home secretary, Amber Rudd, we do need a crack-down on terrorist websites: finding out who has viewed them, the ISIS propaganda and videos of beheadings. This is good, until I read that in the list of the “online terrorist material” she includes “far-right propaganda”, whatever that is exactly.
“I want to make sure those who view despicable terrorist content online including jihadi websites, far-right propaganda and bomb-making instructions face the full force of the law”. — Amber Rudd, for The Independent.
Is the clarification for such “far-right propaganda” going to be as vague as that for what constitutes as “hate crimes”? What do you define as far-right material, Rudd? A cheeky watch of Rebel Media on YouTube? Following Tommy Robinson on Twitter? Liking a Pepe meme on Facebook? Could you push as far as reading The Telegraph?
Short remix/edit/YouTube Poop I made DJ Snake and Lil Jon’s “Turn Down for What” only with segments from Trump’s speeches-turned-memes “get those lights off”/”turn off the lights” from his speech at Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, and his “bing bong” from his speech at Republican Party’s Lincoln Day event held in Birch Run, Michigan.
May promotes that she is campaigning “for the best Brexit deal”, but who is that for? It does not seem to be for her people, not for the 17 million-odd who voted leave, but instead for those we are wanting to leave: the bureaucrats of Brussels, those unelected.
We wanted freedom, this is not how you obtain it.
We voted leave in order to leave, not to dilly-dally with no real decision or steps being made. The “best deal” May is here making is one for EU; wanting close ties and to please the fat cats of the EU was not the “best deal” I imagine hardly any Brexiteers had in mind.
Brexit negotiations would do best to be treated like a relationship: if one leaves the person they were in a relationship with, a relationship they felt was one-sided and abusive, one does not — or at least ought not — tell that person they want close ties with them, tell them they want to work with them in matters of their life, to continue a fair amount of the once had relationship, and then say that they are not in a relationship as they have no title — their Facebook status says otherwise; the maps on the EU‘s site will say otherwise.
We would be fooling ourselves to do such a thing. There was no third option to have one foot in the EU and another in Brexit, our free Britain, and it is something I, and the many who voted to leave, do not want to do. It is risky, riskier than making our own decisions, as we will continue to be under the rule of those we wish not to be under the rule of. Should we continue this, May, with one foot in Britain’s Brexit and the other in the EU, we will only fall, and I would rather we not get soaking wet, floating lost in the Channel unstable.
Lacking being the stereotype of being a man or a woman is not something one ought focus too much on: for those of you whom of which believe gender and notion of being is nothing more than a human construct, then to feel you do not fit such stereotypes should surely be a positive experience for you are the ones who have broken away from the gender-role stereotypes; you are one of the ones who “gets it”.
But the wish for others who do accept gender norms, and do deny gender is a social construct, should not be forced have this dismantled and fall into your belief system, abandoning their stereotype should that be their personhood. This is what currently seems to be occurring. The far-left are avidly pointing out these gender stereotypes in an endless circle of escapism from such stereotypes which simply is not working.