Mexican Man with World’s Largest Penis Declared Disabled Because He Can’t Have SEX

I did a post on penis size by country almost two years ago. Variations in size by ethnic group offer proof that egalitarianism is nonsense. Asians really are smaller. I suppose that Asian women are adapted to the Asian male’s smallness.

Although Hispanics tend to have larger than average male members, the Mexican in this story is exceptional. His endowment is almost 20 inches in length. Those inches are not a blessing, however.


THE MAN with the world’s longest penis at HALF A METRE has refused to have a reduction in order to have a normal sex life and wants to be a porn star.

Roberto Esquivel Cabrera, 54, from Saltillo, Mexico, has a penis measuring a whopping 18.9 inches and weighing two pounds (0.9kg).

Doctors have confirmed the penis is not a hoax and he has even had an x-ray to prove that it is real.

His colossal penis has caused him some health problems and his penis even needs its own pillow to escape discomfort during the night.

He would rather have a huge penis than have sex as his penis has too much girth to have intercourse.

He said: “I can never penetrate anyone because it is too thick.”

Roberto has attempted to have sex twice, but the first woman did not go for it once she had seen the size of his penis and the second had to stop as it was too painful.

The government has now recognised Roberto as disabled and he has been forced to rely on food banks to survive.

But he refuses to take doctors’ advice to have the penis reduced so he can have a normal sex life.

Roberto said: “I am famous because I have the biggest penis in the world.

“I am happy with my penis, I know nobody has the size I have. I would like to be in the Guinness Book of Records but they don’t recognise this record.”

An adult entertainment company offered to pay for a reduction, but Roberto refused and says his goal is to to meet the right woman – and possibly launch himself as a porn star.

Here’s the table from the post from two years ago. The myth of the “BBC” (big black c*ck) perpetrated by the Jewish porn industry is shattered by the results seen in the table.

Bill’s Wandering Eye at Inauguration Draws Stern Look from Hillary

There’s a rape going through Bill Clinton’s mind, as shown in the picture above.

Actually, I strongly approve of any man’s right to stare at any woman he wishes to stare at. Feminists demonize the male gaze as some kind of patriarchy plot to oppress and enslave women.

In reality, the male gaze is normal and natural, probably even to faggots.

Furthermore, I’m not going to say anything bad about Hillary’s response to Bill’s wandering eye. Even if their marriage is a loveless business affair, it would be natural for her to be jealous of Bill staring off at another woman.

There are plenty of reasons to be happy that the Clinton’s political influence is now marginalized. So, let’s have fun watching the ultimate power couple suffer a bit of embarrassment, but let’s not hate on them for their natural, human reactions.


In cringeworthy footage of Mr Trump being sworn in as the 45th President of the United States, the former Democratic candidate can be seen staring knowingly at her husband.

Moments before the former secretary of state glances over her shoulder, Mr Clinton can be seen with a smirk as he lets his eyes wander.

Despite more than 800.000 Americans flocking to Washington DC on Friday to witness the historical moment the billionaire businessman was inaugurated, the former President’s attention appeared to be elsewhere.

The awkward footage, which was uploaded to Youtube, shows the 70-year-old, glaring at someone in the distance.

In pictures from the ceremony, Donald Trump’s wife Melania, a former model, appears to be sat in the direction of Mr Clinton’s amorous gaze.

The Republican’s daughter, Ivanka, also appears to be in the eye line of the former US president.

After a few seconds of ogling into the distance, Mr Clinton appears to notice his wife has clocked onto his distraction.

Seemingly less than impressed with her discovery, the defeated Democratic candidate glares at her husband before returning her attention to the events in front of her.

The Taboo Words That Trump Spoke During His Inauguration Speech

The globalists were not happy on Friday.

I posted the full text of Trump’s speech on this site here.


That Trump’s inaugural address was provocative is putting it mildly. Nowhere was this more obvious than in the initial reaction of the Financial Times. Consider the following excerpt:

For most presidents, a first inaugural address has been the occasion to set out a personal vision of the American idea. You do not necessarily lose points for failing to set out policy in granular detail. You are playing mood-music, making it as stirring as possible and positioning yourself in the grand flow of American history: reminding your audience of an essential continuity. Mr Trump’s theme was the opposite. From his first words, he stressed discontinuity: that his presidency would be a break.

“Today’s ceremony, however, has a very special meaning because today we are not merely transferring power from one administration to another or from one party to another, but we are transferring power from Washington DC, and giving it back to you, the people.”

That audience-shaping attempt, at least, had the right idea. Mr Trump made a lot of play with the second and first-persons plural: “This is your day”; “We will bring back our jobs.” But he positioned his “great movement” in a way that suggested not that the Washington government was the expression of democracy but its enemy. It was an unusually rancorous, backward look, given what he said about unity and solidarity. It was a dismissal of, rather than a humble doffing of the cap to, history.

[R]ewarmed like a tray of unappetising leftovers, were the familiar slogans of the campaigning Mr Trump. “The forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer.” “America will start winning again, winning like never before.” “All talk and no action.” “America first, America first.” They were greeted with what, at least on the television relays, sounded like distinctly halfhearted applause.

And here — during his sporadic attempts at the high style — were some awkwardly half-formed figures of speech. To say “we stand at the birth of a new millennium” sounds grand but, unless you have a 1,000-year regime in mind, if you can say that in 2017 you can say it any time you like. “We are one nation and their pain is our pain” would have worked if “they” had been specified. It wasn’t.

He spoke of “rusted-out factories scattered like tombstones across the landscape of our nation”; of how “a new national pride will stir ourselves (sic), lift our sights and heal our divisions”; of how “a new vision will govern”; of how “we will shine for everyone to follow”; of how “the wealth, strength and confidence of our country has dissipated over the horizon”. Each of those phrases is intended to resonate — but each, like a bell cast with a fault, makes a slight clunk.

And the punchline:

The speech’s most memorable phrase was “American carnage”. As well as being, unfortunately, the title of a thrash metal tour a few years back, it is memorable because it sounds slightly wrong. You want an audience to associate pride, dreams, prosperity, unity, freedom, hope and suchlike with the word “American” — not “carnage”.

While we won’t comment on the FT’s visceral reaction to the speech (full transcript here) – clearly the establishment mouthpiece was not happy with the words that came out of Trump’s mouth – and while readers can make up their own mind about Trump’s address, we do want to point something out.

Like everything else about him, Trump’s speech was indeed a break from established tradition, and nowhere was this more obvious than in the selection of words that had never appeared previously in any US inaugural address. Some of them: bleed, carnage, depletion, disrepair, flush, Islamic, ripped, sad, rusted, sprawl, stealing, stolen, subsidized, tombstones, trapped, trillions, unstoppable.

Why Trump’s Inauguration Speech Made History in a Good Way

Christian economist and social critic Gary North praises Donald Trump’s speech in the following article. I would agrew with him that from the white male perspective the speech was damn good. However, there are millions of lesbians, fags, snowflakes, and nonwhites who would disagree. If they take control of history, Trump will be obliterated from the American collective memory.

If you would like to read the whole Trump speech, I’ve posted it on this site. Click here.

Lew Rockwell

Donald Trump’s inaugural address is going to go down in history as one of the great ones.

I say this as a man with 59 years of public speaking experience and a Ph.D. in American history.

There have only been three inaugural addresses that have come down through the ages. The first was Lincoln’s second inaugural, with the phrase: “. . . with malice towards none, with charity for all.” The second was Franklin Roosevelt’s first inaugural: “We have nothing to fear but fear itself.” The third was John Kennedy’s: “Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country.” These are legendary phrases.

But Trump’s speech was different from any previous inaugural address. He spoke directly to his political base. He did not try to pull the country together in some kind of vague, pie-in-the-sky, common-ground political rhetoric. He threw down the gauntlet from the very beginning. Standing in front of the Capitol building, surrounded by former Presidents and politicians, he said that everything they had done in the past has been a way to extract power from the American people and to feather their own nests. This, of course, is exactly what they have done. Nobody had ever said this before in an inaugural address.

He made it clear that this is a turning point. Again, always in the past inaugural addresses have called for unity. He did not call for unity in general. He called for unity on his terms, governed by his agenda. He called for the transfer of power from the halls of Washington back to the people. The rhetoric was confrontational to a degree that I would not have expected.

Today’s ceremony, however, has a very special meaning because today we are not merely transferring power from one administration to another or from one party to another, but we are transferring power from Washington, D.C., and giving it back to you, the people.For too long, a small group in our nation’s capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have bore the cost. Washington flourished, but the people did not share in its wealth. Politicians prospered but the jobs left and the factories closed.

The establishment protected itself, but not the citizens of our country. Their victories have not been your victories. Their triumphs have not been your triumphs. And while they celebrated in our nation’s capital, there was little to celebrate for struggling families all across our land.

That all changes starting right here and right now, because this moment is your moment.

It belongs to you.

He took no prisoners. He offered no olive branch. He used the media to go directly to his political base. This was basically an extension of what he does on Twitter every day.

The media and the establishment have never dealt with anything like this before. Technologically, it could not have been done before 2004. Ideologically, no one wanted to do it. But he just did it.

This is populism, pure and simple. No populist has ever had the opportunity to deliver a populist inaugural address.

I think the inaugural address is going to bite him. He made promises that he will not be able to keep. The Washington political structure, let alone the Washington bureaucracy, will not let his promises come true. But at least in full public view, he announced them. He made it clear what he expects to be able to accomplish as President, and he promised not to betray the people — his political base.

Trump walked into the lion’s den and stared down the lions. He did it once, he will do it again.

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Russians Send Hellish Farewell Message to Obama

A nice propaganda piece by the Russians to shake up Obama on his way out of office took place in Moscow a few days ago.

The Gateway Pundit

Activists in Russia unwound a banner that said “Obama burn in hell” and lit flares in front of the US embassy in Moscow on Tuesday.

From RT:

“the activists were members of the art group ‘Federals’. They staged the protest to express their disagreement with the policies of the outgoing US president, who is leaving office on January 20.”

Published on Jan 20, 2017

Sub for more: | Ryan Saavedra for the Gateway Pundit reports Activists in Russia unwound a banner that said “Obama burn in hell” and lit flares in front of the US embassy in Moscow on Tuesday. From RT: “the activists were members of the art group ‘Federals’. They staged the protest to express their disagreement with the policies of the outgoing US president, who is leaving office on January 20.”

MSNBC: Trump Inauguration Speech “Sounded Like Hitler” (Mark Dice Video)

Mark Dice has put together a series of short clips of MSNBC’s coverage of the Donald Trump Inauguration speech.

From the youtube information box:

Published on Jan 20, 2017

“Dark, Militant, and Hitlerian” – Chris Matthews and Rachel Maddow at MSNBC think Donald Trump’s inauguration speech sounded like something Hitler would say. His “America First” slogan also reminds them of Hitler. Media analyst Mark Dice has the story.

That Rachel MadCow seems like a nice young man. It’s too bad he’s so anti-Trump.


CIA Director John Brennan Has Resigned, Trump to Tour CIA Headquarters on Saturday Afternoon


Will the Donald forcefully assert control over the CIA spooks when he tours the CIA facility on Saturday afternoon.

He’s leaving his fingerprints on everything else, so why not. The problem is that the CIA is implicated in the Kennedy assassination and so much more evil. The only way to clean it up may be to burn it down.


When newly sworn-in President Donald Trump tours CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, on Saturday afternoon, the man he picked to lead the agency will not yet be in charge.

The war between Trump and the CIA boiled over into the U.S. Senate on Inauguration Day, as Republicans slammed Democrats for delaying the installation of Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo as Trump’s new spy chief.

The CIA has been locked in a battle with Trump over allegations that Russian President Vladimir Putin was behind an effort to sway the election in Trump’s favor. Partisan wrangling over the CIA post just hours after Trump took the oath of office showed how politicized the agency has become.

As a result, Pompeo will spend at least one more weekend representing Kansas’ 4th Congressional District.

Former President Barack Obama’s appointee, John Brennan, resigned as director of the CIA effective at noon Friday. The CIA’s deputy director also stepped down.

For now, the CIA has delegated authority to the agency’s executive director, Meroe Park.

Park, the No. 3 in the CIA’s hierarchy, is in charge of the agency until a permanent director and deputy director take the helm. Park is a career CIA official, not a political appointee.

The CIA with it’s fake, phony #goldenshowers Trump dossier tried to smear the Donald last week. The snakes over there are a den of vipers waiting to strike. Drain the swamp, President Trump.