Society for Cutting and Ripping Up Feminist Fantasies.
The dawn of masculism and masculist ideology!
Feminism is a social experiment that has failed; it's time to move on. Â Feminists will read this Manifesto with horror and will want to starve the nut who wrote it, but here goes. Â
The following document is about 30 years overdue and needs to be published globally to strike a balance with radical femimist lunacy.
Ken's Comment: I thought it was kinda radical but what the hell
Quote: There are other reasons for the failure of multiculturalism - the speed of the changes and the consequent swamping of our own brand of nationalism.....
So what are the answers? What strategies and tactics can we adopt? The "Australian Rules" of course. Unquote
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I received a call last week from the Mayor of Phoenix asking me to participate in the Memorial Day Parade. He said that it would be a wonderful thing to see a highly-decorated combat soldier marching and showing his respect for those who gave their lives for this country.
Somehow, deep down, I knew I was going to get a call like that... but I still wasn't completely prepared. I stammered and hesitated enough that he knew something was up.
He asked me why I seemed reluctant.
I searched for words to convey what I felt and I told him, "I don't mean to offend you, but I can't in good conscience do that."
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This is now getting interesting. In walks yet another player NATO !!!
Old friends coming to help????
Who is "The Beast"?
July 4, 1937, the U.S. Navy in Hawaii received a garbled Morse code message on one of Amelia Earhart's calling frequencies, using her call sign, KHAQQ.
The message was: "281 North Howland calls KHAQQ - beyond North won't hold with us much longer...above water - shut off" - which was interpreted as "281 miles north of Howland."
That is the last time she was heard from.