You must have noticed the encouragement of unhealthy ‘family relations’ somewhere lately. We are being inundated with this new freaky rising ‘norm’.
Our Women’s magazines are full of the new ‘genetic sexual attraction’ affecting reacquainted family members who were separated mostly through adoptions, giving women a sorrowful view of this perversion, whilst their erotic fiction brings these tales an illicit sexy edge to the subject. The television then gives us show after show of incestuous relationships to curl up to at night and watch as a couple, often showing sexually intimate scenes. Then private time for our men comes; scrolling through pornhub, our men click on titles like, ‘hot stepmum and stepson fuck’. Swap around the name ‘mum’ and ‘son’ for other ‘family members’ and the word ‘step’ for ‘real’, and you may have covered at least half the porn on every adult site. I will take this opportunity to…
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Amy Goodman speaks to Andrew Cockburn, the Washington editor for Harper’s magazine, about America’s role in Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen. His latest piece for Harper’s is headlined Acceptable Losses: Aiding and Abetting the Saudi Slaughter in Yemen. He is author of a number of books, his latest is Kill Chain: The Rise of the High-Tech Assassins. (Democracy Now!)
- Acceptable Losses: Aiding and Abetting the Saudi Slaughter in Yemen
- UN Rights Chief Calls for International Probe Into Yemen Violations
- The Death Toll in Yemen Is So High the Red Cross Has Started Donating Morgues to Hospitals
- A Congressman Campaigns to “Stop the Madness” of U.S. Support for Saudi Bombing in Yemen
- Senator Chris Murphy: ‘There’s an American imprint on every civilian life lost in Yemen’
- US Withdraws Staff From Saudi Arabia Dedicated to Yemen Planning
- MSF Evacuating Staff From Yemen After Recent Saudi Attack
- Detention and Disappearance in Houthi-Controlled…
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This is a short news item at New England Public Radio.
Because the resettlement contractors are wearing out their welcome in places like Springfield, Mass. they are moving out to fresh territory. Moves like this one (20 miles up the road) are also to accommodate the large increase in the number of refugees expected in 2017 if Obama gets his way in September. (If Paul Ryan lets him have his way!)
Alisa Klein is one of two city council members who promoted a resolution to urge the resettlement of Syrian Muslims (99% of those arriving are Sunni Muslims) to Northhampton. Learn more about her here where she got in trouble for remarks about the police last year. http://www.masslive.com/news/index.ssf/2015/01/northampton_city_councilor_ali.html
Residents of Northampton, Massachusetts, are laying the groundwork for the likely arrival of refugees…
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CAMDEN, N.J. Zachary Tricoche, 24, of Pennsauken, New Jersey, was arraigned on murder charges Tuesday. He got into a fight with his girlfriend about the food she brought back from the grocery store. His girlfriend’s son, 2-year-old Jamil Baskerville Jr., was sitting on a bed nearby and began crying. Tricoche then punched him so hard the boy flew off the bed and hit his head against the wall, prosecutors said. When the little boy stood up, Tricoche ordered him to put his fists up like a boxer before knocking him unconscious. The 2 year old was pronounced dead less than an hour later.
Zachary Tricoche, 24, of Pennsauken, murderer, piece of crap. Mom’s boyfriend.
Jamil, who weighed less than 30 pounds, suffered an injury to his liver and had signs of bruising on his chest, doctors said. “Essentially, Jamil bled to death internally,” said Camden County Assistant Prosecutor
BY: PARDES SELEH The State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton is now offering a course called “#StopWhitePeople2K16” as part of routine training for residential assistants. The university’s residential assistant training schedule lists “#StopWhitePeople2016” on its roster, with the mission of giving RA’s an “overview of disabilities in Higher Education.” The presenters of the […]
Connecticut State Police Detectives are investigating after 11 weapons, used for training exercises, were stolen from the Firearms Training Unit in Simsbury. via 11 training weapons stolen from State Police — WTNH Connecticut News